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C,  April 28, 1910  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 9; Whole No. 113  m m i * ������������������������������������������������������f^nw.  Brief'Mention-of News. ,  - of Interest to Enderby District  Don't forget the Tennis Club dance,  Thursday, May 5th.  Garde 11 making is the pleasure of  the day.   Get the habit and smile!   ���������������������������  The regular meeting of St. Georges  Guild will. be held Friday ��������������������������� afternoon  in the Parish Hall.  R. A. Chamberiin, of Deep Creek,  will leave early in May on an extended trip to the eastern provinces.  Now that we have a chance of getting  a first-class baseball- team, boost the  club along by joining as a non-playing  member.  P. Waby was selling his early crop  of rhubarb in town last" week. It  was a picture to look at, and the  flavor, excellent.  The ladies of St. George's Guild  report a very successful apron sale  last week,-the proceeds amounting tb  something over $116.00  The footballers want to see all interested in the practice games on the  recreation ground by. 6:30 p. m. instead of 7 as heretofore.  A meeting of the Enderby Board of  Trade will be held in the Board of  Trade _ ro'om to-morrow, ' _ (Friday)-  evening. .-Important business" 1 .  Ray Hancock was in town over  Sunday, visiting his parents before  going to Vancouver, where he has  been offered a good position.  The concert .by local talent which  was to have been given tomorrow  night in K.- P. hall in' aid of the organ fund of the Methodist church,  has been indefinitely postponed.  J. C. English has been engaged to  close the business of Mc Vicar &  Pinchbeck, of Slocan City, for the  creditors, and has been handling the  stock sale for   the   past three weeks.  Messrs. Liiigford & Honey, of Salmon Arm, are in Enderby this week  looking for a location for a photograph gallery, which they hope to  have established, an __in jan__atio.i=_.v-  Mrs. T. S. Richardson and children  ore visiting Mrs. W.R. Barrows, from  Vancouver. Mr. Richardson has a  splendid position in the coast metropolis, and is greatly, attached to  the thrifty city." .������������������  Persons whose last-year's taxes arc  not yet paid should pay up at once,  otherwise they will lose the rebate  which they would have been entitled  to for prompt payment of this year's  levy.. This is the gist of one of the  amendments to the Municipal Clauses  Act made by the provincial legislature.  Ground was broken for the Bank of  Montreal building- this week, and  work will be pushed with'all possible  speed. The'structure will be a story-  jancl-a-half affair, built compactly and  well, with reinforced concrete walls,  and will set - back" a few feet from  the street to permit of swards of  green and flower beds." ���������������������������  .The first prosecution under the decision of the.City Council to enforce  the city by-laws,, took place Wednesday forenoon, when Hezekiah "Elliott  was. -called before Magistrate Rosoman on the charge of allowing his  cattle to run at large.' When the  case- was called, Magistrate "Rosoman let the offender off without any  penalty being imposed.    In whatever  direction one looked out of the Court  .windows, there were cattle grazing in  the streets. Constable Price was  /instructed to have every animal at  'large contrary to law driven at once  'to the pound, and the owners noti-  'fied that the practice must stopf  Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stevens and.  babe left Enderby for Seattle on  Tuesday, where Mr. Stevens has accepted a position with the Old Ore-  goni&n Lumber Company. The removal of. these young people from  Enderby will be felt deeply by many,  for they were so genuine and, bonnie  in,their friendship. They are removing to Seattle so as to place Mrs.  Stevens is closer touch with mother  and. sisters.  ���������������������������  The demand for lumber is so great  that the A. R. Rogers Company is  finding some difficulty in keeping up  the- supply. Some days will yet  elapse before the night shift will be'  in operation. The' yards are being  rapidly emptied, but when the double  shift is .working, Manager Stevens  hopes to "fill up in the short lines.  Satisfactory Progress  By the Celebration Committees  The 24th.  The many friends of Chas. Hancock  will be pleased to learn of the young  man'e rapid rise since going to Vancouver. Charlie is now secretary of  the Dominion Stock and Bond Corporation, Limited, with offices in the  Winch Building.  Builder Russell is pushing work on  the new Poison" block. The corner  has been boarded up, excavating is  done, and work on tbe foundation  will be started at once. Thc block  will bc of brick or cement, one-story-  und ..-half, 60x67 feet.  TENDERS WANTED  For the cottage known as the miller's  residence on the Columbia Flouring  Mill Co's property, cor. Belvedere and  Regent sts.  Tenders also wanted for the removal  of said building to the Company's property opposite the Binch home on Regent  street.  The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  COLUMBIA  FLOURING  MILLS  CO.  Will the person who removed 50-  feet of garden hose from the woodshed of the small Dagg cottage, in  the past few weeks kindly return  same to J. W. Graham, Enderby.  For Sale���������������������������Rose Comb Rhode Island  Red eggs, $2 per setting of 15; incubator lots, $10 per 100. Apply, Cathie,  Kelowna.   ���������������������������- /     '     ������������������������������������������������������ . .    ' ���������������������������  A number of small pigs and brood  sows for sale. . Chas. E. Strickland,  Enderby. ���������������������������. -  Yes, this weather is" trying on the  feet. .But.Eas'Em. That's thc.stuff!  It rests tired feet; is soothing, cooling arid- antiseptic," arid'.is sold by A.  Reeves, the druggist.-  Prairie Hay and Feed Oats for Sale  ���������������������������Apply to H. F. Plcwwelling, Enderby.' Also 4-room cottage on Knight  street, for rent.  At the meeting   of the Celebration j  Committees,    last- Thursday evening '  in the City Hall, all sub-committees ]  reported   favorable    progress.      Thc  matter of funds was amicably settled  on  Chairman Ruttan  reporting that  the City   had   voted   $250.00 to head !  the'list.   The subscription paper was  circulated   at   the   meeting, and $510 ,  was the amount subscribed by those  present.        Since   the   meeting,   this  amount has been raised to over $650,  and Chairman   of   the Finance Com-  inittee,"Mr. Pound, hopes to make it  reach the $700 mark.   A general meeting of   all   committees   will be held  this evening in   the   City Hall, when  it is   expected   that" word will have  been received   which   will   enable .the  general committee to give out a more  definite . program-of   the   entertainment to be provided for the'24th.    .-  The football committee has succeeded in getting the lovers of the  game out to the- practice games, and  Messrs. Castle and McDonald hope to  have a team-that will answer, well  for Enderby. against any team from  the.neighboring towns. '-���������������������������'..  The - baseball committee 'has "also."  got down to work. Au baseball club'  was organized last Friday evening,  and-an effort will be made to get the  practice games going this week. It  is the intention  of the  club to get  new suits this season, and to organ-'  ize on a permanent.basis. Mr.'F. S.  Stevens was elected honorary presi-'  dent; A. E. Taylor, president; J. W.  Evans, vice-president; Frank Prince,  secretary-treasurer; ' A., Reeves, man:  agcr, and P. H. Murphy, captain. .-  No movement has been made to" select the team, - but   we are informed'  that several good "players are,entering the team and will be seen on the  Enderby. diamond   for, the first, time''  this season. .. .  " 1  POULTRYMEN  IN   SESSION  WALKER'S  WEEKLY  Published every Thursday at Enderby, the Gate-Way of thc fair.o u < Okanogan, L_r_ of the Big Canadian Red Apple end the California of Canada  Entered ii." the Post Office at Eiulci ..    B. C. as seeond-c!nss matter.  "In order to be poor in the Okanagan, you have to waste An awful lot of Time end Money."  I  jby the woman who gave him life.   If  ONE   MAN'S POINT OF VIEW H! this be   true,   then   how much more  -XZXZ  should we who have known and cx-  __ i  -Q;perienced all this, and can recall the  ������������������y .rf HILE   it   is,   perhaps,    true, ^ sacrificcs.she ���������������������������h as���������������������������mad_e__anc__pain^suf-^  ^flH=that^Canadiansf^as^.rruleTJ^ more should  are a bit slow in initiative, [ we strive to elevate ourselves to the  we are, nevertheless, quick to grasp j realm of manhood that enables us to  the really good things of life initia- see in the magic wor(l MOTHER all  ted by others. And, so, when we ' tllat is bcst am] truest of life. And  take up the day that is being made.how much more readily should wc,  the Day of All Days by our cousins \vi10 stiU know what it means to  to the south���������������������������MOTHER'S DAY���������������������������and'have a mother with us, endorse the  make it part of our national life, we 'Mother's Day movement, and give it  honor ourselves no less than.. vc_-OUr-noblest thought and purest "con-  honor thc pcople who instituted the!duct.   t,,c dny ,ms bccn in vogue in  day. jthc United States for some time, and  There should   be   no day dearer to ' ]ast May the  movement took root  in  tlie heart of every man than Mother's 'Eastern Canada.   This May, the day  Day.   And no day that should receive ( wjn bc observed in nearly evcry part  more of our deepest homage and re- j0f tlie   great   Dominion.      It simply  spect. - 'means that on the second Sunday in  When, as   men,    we look back over :May the day is set apart in honor of  life, and realise all it has meant to j mothers.    It is    observed by special  have had a mother to guide our foot- 'sermons in the churches, by individ-  steps when life   was   precarious and|uais wearing a white carnation, or a  inclinations     wayward,    we    cannot J white ribbon, and, most essential of  check the tears that salt the eyes as < aut by devoting special attention to  we recall the   selfishness and lack of j mothers on that day.  consideration which characterized our  conduct,    oh,   so   much   of the time,  toward Mother.   Not that there was  any lack of love.   No, not that. But  where is the boy who can realise all  that   Mother   means!     And   if that  mother has departed this life, and we  shall see her   no   more, shall wc not  be made   infinitely   better men if we  hold fresh in   memory some incident  in early life   through    which Mother  may be idealized?     It has been said  that the man who holds the highest  ideal of   Mother���������������������������the   man to whom  this mystic word means the most���������������������������is  the   man   who   has   never   known a  mother's "care and was never coddled  ooo  "Write home to your mother"  sounds a little more human, more  Christian and more SENSIBLE than  "ninety days in jail." It was the  sentence that Judge Galvin, of Denver, gave the other day to a youth  who had taken a few steps in sin.  The boy, under thc law, was a vagrant. The judge made him a human  being, with a   chance   for usefulness.  Few boys who keep in close touch  with a mother's love go far astray.  The youth : was but one of ib undreds  who leave the family fireside for the  world struggle. He, as have other  boys before and will many others to  come, forgot the gray-haired woman  whose heart will always contain the  vision of the prattling babe, of the  cute tricks o'f his boyhood, oi_Jxi_s_  -fu'st^pair^of^an"t������������������7^vliln=slie_slied her  silent tears because he was "growing  up." Instead of memories of the  humble home, with its rag carpet, its  oil cloth covering for the table, its  decent economies, and, above all,  ITS MOTHER HEART which filled  it with love and turned it from a  rude habitation to a real HOME, the  boy found the bright -lights,- the  clang of the mechanical piano, the  rough companionship of other and  older men who had also forgotten  their mothers.  He did as hundreds do. Ho didn't  have time to write home. If lie had  a thought at all of thc lonely evenings in that humble home, with a  woman remembering his young pranks  and with a heart aching with a longing for some word, the thought was  brushed aside by the fast-growing appetite for these new city habits.  The young man that takes time to  keep the close sympathy of thc little  boy with his mother won't find time  to get ' into trouble. Better than  that, the very memory of her sacrifices and her love will protect him  from going to more glittering and  dangerous paths of occupying his  time.  "Write home to your mother" is  about the wisest sentence we have  heard from a criminal court for a  long time. It' has its authority in a  greater law than that which any  legislature has ever framed���������������������������the law  of love, which, as the Vancouver  Sunday Mail says, holds and protects when other human barriers  against unwise conduct fail.  At a meeting of the Northern Okanagan-.'Poultry 'Association, held in  the City Hall qji -Friday- afternoon,-  April 22, the date V of the' next*.show  was fixed for the last week in January, instead of.- the date previously  made, in December.    _���������������������������  "  Messrs. Bell, Blanchard and Ruttan"  addressed the "meeting" _n theqiies;"  tion of exhibition hall, and promised  on behalf of'the City Council, -in"the '  eve lit. of the11 Poultry Association organizing themselves " and getting "a  reasonable amount subscribed, to-'as-  ;sist. toward the cost of a building,  and- lot, the" estimated cost" being  $1,000. Messrs. Waddell and > Dr.'  Keith'were appointed a committee to  push the matter through.  Mr. Jull; provincial poultry expert,'  was present, and advised the association to offer good prizes-for dressed  poultry and eggs. He also' agreed  with the proposed new 'formation" of  the "Society, and gave particulars of  the organization of societies-at Kelowna, Nelson and Cranbrook. - He  believed two such societies in the'  Okanagan was sufficient, Kelowna for  the southern end of the Valley', and  Enderby for the northern end of the  Valley, and expressed   the wish that.  thc^other-towhs would centralize on  these points.  Mr. Jull stated that he could not  state definitely .what amount this society's share of the general government appropriation would be,'but  would know in August.  Tlie poultry lecture given last Friday evening in K. P...hall by.Mr. JtiH,-  go.ernment expert, was well attended  by poultrymen, and great interest  was taken. Mr. Jull is a convincing  talker, and tlie information he imparted should be of great value to  practical poultrymen. Mr. Jull did  not lay down any hard and fast rule  in dealing with any phase of the subject, but showed what other men are  doing and what it is possible for the  poultrymen of this province might  do through proper organization and  effective work. He had just returned  from a trip through the poultry centres of California, and gave astounding figures to show what these places  havc done and are doing. Petaluma  he cited as an example of what can  be done. The output from the poultry pens of this California city of  7,000 people is $275 an hour, 10 hours  a day and for 365 days in the year,  and is increasing every year. He believed there were advantages in this  province which the poultrymen of the  southern state did not have, and it  was his earnest wish to do all in his  power to assist and encourage the  poultrymen to bring the industry up  to its highest and best.  Mark Twain is dead! Doesn't it  give your heart a twinge of sorrow  to read it? 'OR, THE NEW-MISTRESS-AT.  LAUREL HILL.  08 YEARS  rRUtT-A-TIVES " BRINSS RELIEF  ?__s^___s?*  (TiAIT.  _   VI: I.- (Cont'd)  .lames  Dc   Yen- did   no!   under  . wagon   througn  ; ii wav   In   Horn .  Ui.     village.   nnd ���������������������������  lovely   spoi  whero i  ,      ,   . ,    . ,     ��������������������������� ,   i t-'1* 1okiv artist _i>. Iti indulge in  hia j  *t_._c! the l.uii.lc heart, and wish- j f;)vori(f. oeclJ,>;i{.:01.���������������������������ili;H. of sketch-!  i_g to. relieve Maude from all <mi-jin., lhf. fomiljur (,bjp,.ls around!  War .issment   m   ho,-     tuturc   inter- i hi;iK     A)    fn-st -XHIic.  accompanied;  n.iwsf: wilh herself, hv ..iid u> licr  as they reached the door: " M'.v ,  C .-n..in Maude inn!.! nol mind wh;U;  J. ('. said, for ^ie knows il i- not j  so." !  M_ _. . RANK KATON  T .iitibviHf, Ont., Sept. 27, 1909.  "1 suffered for Te������������������rs from headaches  ing somewhat relieved when the  blue ribbons of Nellie's __d_ disappeared from view. For appearance's sake, lie felt obliged to keep  his'room for an. hour or mdre, bufc  ut the end of that lime he ventured to feel better, and dressing himself with unusual care, he' .started  fi.ir Dr.- Kennedy's, walking .very  slowly, as became one suffering  from a nervous headache, as he  wa.s supposed to be. Maude had  finished her. domestic; duties, and  in .tasteful gingham lrforniiig-gown,  wit}', the whitest, of linen collars  upon her neck, "she. sat reading  alone, ai ihe foot of the garden, beneath ao old eherry tree, where  John had built her a rough seat of  .���������������������������cards. This was her fa\oi-ite 1 e-  sort. and here J. (.'. found hcr, so  intent upon her book us not fo observe  his  approach .until   he  stood  "Certainly    not,"   was    Maude's I .f>_r.._j.  af.sw.r.  a.s she ran upstairs,  hard- i |j(JI1   0f   )-rMn;(i .1 ing  at  home   there-  ly knowing  whether  she wished   it | after--.1    resolution   1101   altogether  unpleasant   to   J.   ('..   iis     hy   this  {hem in these .-..cursiuns : but when I ������������������"������������������ pain in the b������������������ek,  and I cousulted  ! before her.    She  seemed surprised  r������������������11 ���������������������������"��������������������������� d;>.y her aunt, who still remain-i  ."���������������������������'(  al,  l.aur.l   Mill,   pointed  out   to I  her a patch of sunburn and a dozen '  freckles---the  result  of  her outdoor!  d-jciors and t_������������������k every remedy obtain- \io   ,.fie  ]-,},���������������������������.   anc|  ma,|,-.   anxious   in-  ������������������ _-._IHrllt-.".-rdi"f- 1T.eiiIb_^ onirics   concerning    his   headache,  taia.jr    T-nut-a-tivcs   , the um*us nuit , ���������������������������  ,      ,      ,111                          1    i    .'  juice  tables,   aud  this was  tiie   only wh;dl     hv   L,',<-1   ll(!1'   ,v'iS  much  b''1"  medicine ih.it ever did mt any real go^tl.  .she   declared   her   intern-!  *  *lCo1,t "eversl  ..���������������������������_���������������������������������������������;���������������������������;  alios _t.ier,  axi  w _re.  or  wt-rc nol so.  On  0   thing,   however,   .she   knew, j means Maude was nmre f. o.jii _ nt ly  Rhe liked to have hi  ui <-a  II her Con-! hi������������������ companion.  sin iJaudp ; and  whon  Louis asked  what-  Mr.    De   Vere   had   said   b  ��������������������������� rath I.I. > willows,  .������������������������������������������������������he told him of  Iser m w name, and asked if h  ������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������   like il. I Ijcjv  Jf our renders .-appose  that  to a  ������������������a . I s_i entirely well of all uiy dreadful hs_._ftc.ie. "and becka __u',s". '  (Sigse.) M_ S. l'RA.VK KATON.  50ca bo.., 6 ior$2.50 or trial bor., 2,.c.  Al .ealers or fro������������������i 1; mit-a-lives J,in������������������itre������������������l,  Ottawa.  ���������������������������'Yes,"   he   an.-ucrfd.  man   of  .1.   C.    nature   there   w.is|had   W(,   ,..,   [oj,r.   ^sowded  v.ilh  i.y   .are   miMaken.  for  Louis  ���������������������������     ,,.    :,.    -���������������������������_.'���������������������������--   ...... *.   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������had   bL.(M!  Sl,   loKg  a_S0(.sllcd  v''llh  <- UiU,il,iiS  devn.mg himse .   lo a  cnpplc ; f).^h  f|.om lh(i ,..,,..,, ([ish.icts. wi!|,  lev,  '"And even if it- were nol,"'' snid  In:, seatinp,' hini'self at hcr feel,  "even "if it were not, the sight of  yoi:, looking so bright, no fresh ami  so neat., would dissipate it. entirely./ und bin eyes, fruiri which the j '���������������������������  saucy, wicked look was for the i>>o-  1 no nt gone, rested admiringly up-,  on her i'aor. o  ml    i d , Krrmedy  might   have   rnnained  in-  railipr yoi 1 Aiorc his sisler. for then|c|(l(���������������������������.6   f'or   over,   had   it  way be he'd  call  me  brother, even | f���������������������������,. t],0 Kjin���������������������������y s���������������������������ii]0 :in,|  if'   I   am   ;t  eri])f)le.    J-fnw   I   wish  I  ������������������������������������mld see him. and perhaps 1 shall  tc-morrow.'''  Bui on lhe morrow bonis was .so  much worse that, in ill tending to  liim,' Maude found but lillle time  to spend   with  Mr.   J>  Vere,   who  been  naught   in     her    disposition   save  Igoodness,   nuritv and  truth.    The.v  "ol   00c������������������ i v,-onld  be  surprised,   he knew,  but  .,    ,       ...   w      .    .,    f,.ok ;'' "c_!;j.she was w<>rth a thousand of the-mj  titude  which .Maude  Hemingi,,.,  al-;;l]li ai](, lhp|u whh ..    ]Qyf of     ,j(,r>  way.s gave lo ,1. C. De Vere. whm;h. th() hL ,^w his |fn(Io). )ovC flnd  ne  came  for or returned  with hor. W(m]d shick| hov hom .tl]] nn_  darling bruiher. ln.ens^lny U.e kj_d .,,lfi;n.k ;1))d how he wolllrl  dnrnesiic nrtues ami q.uei ways of | ma,.. ]ii]Jlsc|f w.rthv <jf such a  (ii.  bla'jK-luured  M::ude were  win-  (To  be  cotjtinned.)  THE FJ.LtKI.AL LWE.  I?cstilts of <he Past year Indicate  fi ood l'rugrcHS..  The annual'report of the'Federal  Life Assurance (.omriany of Canada,  contains very satisfactory indications of progress. The report,  which is given in another place in  this issue, shows"new business consisting of 2.()00 applications-for in-  suranee aggregating $:i/i(i3,^fi ,.G(i,  of.w.hich 2,501 applications for $U,-  5CI.2:_Vwere accepted-. A.s in previous years tlie income of the com-  pan'y" shows a "gratifyihg --increase  anil ilic asset, of tlie company have  be-en increased bv ...'5_9.0U_.S8 and  j have now reached $;3.C_. ,!) _n.f.:.. exclusive of guatarii.ee capita). The  security for policyholders including  guarantee' capital amounted at tho  (Use of the year to .4, til: 1.JMH.3..  and tlie liabilities for rescrvoH ajid  all outstanding claims, including  !?.'J0,OUO set .aside as a special addition to policy reserves, $:.,:},. 1.2..4,  showing a surplus of $1,162.(it.....W.  h]:<clu.sive of uncalled guarantee capital, the surplus fo policyholders  was $_92._C....o. Death claims, lo  the amount of #200.���������������������������!(.;.( . were  paid. Including .ash, dividends  and dividends applied to the, reduc-  ion of premiums, wilh anmiilies  the t'i(.;i! payment to policyholders  amounted to J.M7.27���������������������������.._._. The as-  M-.rauee.s carried now amounted to  .'2i.0.y.;}2 2.31.  . ning a strong hold upon J. C-.'s uf-1  was to leave then) that evening. | fcKions. and still he had never!  nhen, howcier. the carniige which: ..eviunsly   thought   of   making   her'0  treasure.  This was" the- nobler,  better part  J'.   C.  nature,   but    anon     a  was to (���������������������������ike him away .stood at llie;i,:i. v,-if0'_ fl'e U,A\V knew ' tluit 'he !1,u:,'e ���������������������������SOJ'(-li'' fcc;liiiii" i'1',-i'1^ i������������������> a!K'  ante, .she wuit i|n\ui to bid him j lik^d'h*. tint'he felt" very' emu-!'1C ,)Illfihecl to ^ bimself wnnder-  gooil-by, ar.d ask him to \i<il thftin J fv,.(.ablf where she wa.s, and verv|inS 1k,vJ' U-rS? hor f������������������i-L"������������������e rcttl)?'  ava.in. _.r.,._._f���������������������������_(..Ki., .,.1 1..: , "_!wa.l    No one knew,   save the law-  "I   thai  nappy  10 <!.;  so," ha j that .1,,, noimd of her voice singing !>'ci;s ;l"f lhc tri,sLe;c  L" whuf VarC  fcaid: and then, a:, ihey were s'.aiu!-1 ;n ^^ (.i,0jr was ,jle on]v mu!;it; )>X> I1'-' nufI   bee"  committed,   and  since  my.   alone  together,   he  confirmed : j |,,.;mi ,-,,,     ,(H  . abballl  dav,   and!1'" hi\d b������������������coini' jn^rested in her  he  ()f.dared nol C|iu'sl.ion them,  lest they  ..mmgli   J  i.avr   rn.i, mix  as n.ui-l.   il1(..ujrh Nellie,  in   her character ���������������������������f ;t\a,eV,,,uL f'1     ,.  oi you  as I wished.  I i-'hall rernem- j soprano,   ofttimes  warbled    );k_  ;i i s������������������"l,lt'   accuse   h.un    ot   mercenary  _tsv  my   .i.i.   ai   Laurel dlill   with ! bmj.'  fining  the " old   church' wit'h i motives.    Was it ns large  as Ncl-  pJ.a.suvi-.     In Jfampto/i.   there are! niHody. )xp did  not heed it. so  in-  'lft 6'    i'i' W!K1.ievl   '",- k������������������ew.   while,  . jtol,   niany, ladies    r������������������'i'   w.Iji.m-.  ae-1 lcnl M:ilh ho in listening lo tlie decp-  ���������������������������������������������f'i_n _l _iu-e I jiartu-iilarly caic, iUidi,.,.   rit.|,cl.  nojrH  0f  her   who  sum;  1 have uften wished that I had some, t]u,  al|C)t  ;nu|   w|,ofcl.   i\ngrers swept  female  friend   with   wlnmi   I   eould \ {},,. (l,.jjn��������������������������� ^Cys with so much grace  ���������������������������wrr _. pond,   and   llms   while   u\vayj.m(j   hr.-nilv.  sonic-of mv leisure moimmls.    Will!     A    1   t.. '   ,   t      ���������������������������,._.���������������������������      .        t  .,.'.., .,  , !    And   Maud.!   w.tnin   her   bosom  .   v  ( dmsiii   Maude answer  me  if  eder  ssurance  Of Canada  T_e TwentJ'-rlpritTi ">n'mrRT"Il?celinp of flif SlinVftiolflcr.^ _f l������������������i . .TiVrt .r.-u T,tr.  , Asiuraricc Oompnny of Canada wast h.lrt at the frimpuny's \\o-,:<\ CjCfkic, In ll.-im-  i I ton. .a Tiu-.dav, liitli Ffliru _rv, J910, s . 2 p.jn., i.lr. DiiviO l>ust .r in tlio olmlr,  Mr. W. )\.   navl..  Awttiiy B^evrt" .ry.  Tli* Aimua] lloport, ������������������b follows, was rv.\<\ ami ndnnr-rl, on motion of tlio  Pr<ssld*_t. lAv, l'.ifx'cr. si-cmulod by tlio Vliw-I''r .sWlent, JiN-iit.- .d. Kvi'm.  Tour Oireciors- Imvo Hie Jionov lo 1 _en.it 1 In . .Hcpon nidi . Infliie.ini _t ate-  ment of 111* CoiupHn.v for the yi.Hr wiilch tlosod IIHt  OwtiiIi. r, 1009. rtnly votioh-  ai. the same  time,   he   declared  to i ed for i.y th* Auditor.. ...,_"_, ,��������������������������� ,    ,      ,    ,       ,���������������������������  , . ,.,  ., .iii 1 v.< I lie n������������������������������������w lni.iin.ss of llin yenv coii^istr-f! of I wo t_.ii.u:in(. six liumlrcii nppli-  ImnsoJI that it should _na_������������������ no tin- cations  for i.������������������?iirnnn*. ngti-i-osMin^ ?-:!.������������������������������������:*.._9t_.ri(_  <if wiiicii  two  thoiwnm ��������������������������� hv_  ference. The heart which had with  stood  so mayiv  charms   was  really  hundred ami on.  i\,.p)l*..(ii .is for $3,SO_,;::.M0 w���������������������������������������������>v.  aeropl   .1.  A.   in  pro.v.ous ycar������������������.  the im'.ornc of  Iho  Company shows  .    iri .i(lf.vln?r  hi-  crr-Af.r, and  (h>- n_.*������������������'t.i of  .h������������������>   .umpa r.y hnvo  been  i_ewn_e_  hy  {���������������������������:������������������25,.(l!r/'.S .  and  inlcrested   at   last,   and   tllOU.h   hff ' huv-p   now rf-y.if.!  ^:.fi.|8,0. _..��������������������������� _   ������������������xi']n.iv_   ol   .    nnnkr  ������������������������������������������������������Hiiiliil.  knew    both      Mrs.    .Ktlsey   au.    '"���������������������������!    -      T>1"   *'��������������������������� C1!l'h>'   {vr  ro]i,.y)io!dor?.   Jiiftln.llr.R;   Ku:irunl..p   ,Ti|jil..l.   ;mioimtr..  hcr i  niece  wo  ��������������������������� should  somo   time chance  to  write i v;f" "f,"������������������ in^n'sl ttW,lkent,t| U>r, \ against   him.   hr.  was   prepurec  Uy. more f.icmllv, cousinlv letters,   ';Mn "'   l.,m,8bl  ^ ,.'1,;t-'!l  "f her ' i withstund   the   indignation   of   the.  ��������������������������� ' ��������������������������� >   \ r-v    but   u   v.as  an   jnterest  ot   u  1      .>u_.   ,ik.iii.\    kii .    nr.i . l]!ir pl0,c of li!e y4.ar |0 j4ir.j3<!)lirtit-3j gurt Ihp Jiv.m.itio.   for iost.vos _nd fill nnl-  llld       array       ihemselevsi Pt . ndlny.- claims   iuchuliiifi;   .2.''.000  .set shwIo sis a  fcp.rl. 1  addition   lo  uoliity  )'<*-  I    I ������������������������������������rv������������������'if." ?..,.1fi].26. 00.  showiii.  a  _i;ri_ 1^  of  ? 1.1 62,fififi.f>R.     IC.m.Iusivc 'of  uncaDcd  of .course'."  This last lie said because he mis  ,ook   the  deep    flush    on   Mamie's]  cheek   for   an   en. iliinguc-.s   lo   do1  Yr-s.   hut   jt  different  nature   front   his  liked him, because he was so much !  more   polite   to   her   than   she  vriiH. ant i>t. -.ipitn.l.  ih.-  suriiluy.- to   Pi_ii-ihold.ru  wu..   J:!fi2.<!91U.h',1  Pol'c.'p* on  on*- hundred  and  ri'torn  lives br-cfiitii! Ghilm.  throiiKh  ili.ilh    (o  '   !l, on,! and the opposition of the other, i *l������������������- *-������������������������������������������������������������������������""}��������������������������� of *2_0,t_6m7,   -        ,���������������������������. .,    , ,.,.,,        ,    ,-,   ���������������������������#..,'.,������������������'  _3_'C ;       -, ,.     ,{ v-   n-    ' Tnc'uc!mR- Cnftti Dlvldfi.ns ard  nividend" apj.llorl  !o tho  1 ciluolioi. of pi-oiot-  ."M.    perlcetly   secure   wa..   AOUIC ! nmF. wilh ..snuiltlo.-:. ,lhr������������������ t'.im1 pnyiin-ni to Volieyl-.oldir-r.������������������ Hinotiiil������������������-d lo j:M7.'/7 1.43.  id   J.   C'.'.S   admiration   for   herself, I Cnrftful al'Piu!on ha.������������������ been givon (o tin- inv. .Imk-iiI rJ' tin- i".   iiiiianv's funds.'  hild-'.i 1   '   r   m " 1 1 ��������������������������� ' ���������������������������"    . I l_  flr.������������������t-.)s.!_.   1.   .ids,  nmi-ti-a. o  s.tii:-if lo. ; and   loans  on   U--  floinpaiiy'.   pol |pl<-<  that   she  laileu   to  see   ms   growing j _.n.;.i:.. s?cni>d hy r.^ervf-. .    Our 5ir. oMnii-n.'-; hr.v.- y!old._i a \-.������������������ry unilHtiM-tnry"-  id at   bamel   Mill,  and iis  soon as'!".'     . ..',     ,        ," .' .   ,    ,    '   ".'.i Maude  higher   in    his  estimation, i ���������������������������n T.iabiiit.i.^ im-r<.a.s.d  ._?.<!_-i.sk durin. 11^ past y<-nr. from which ������������������ .ppi-h  _;t   . , .i^i.i   l-f-   lw. -:.i������������������.m.,1. <l   I-,.-,., v  l(-0i!pni -'d;i"''de.   wlncli  IliUl  sotindeM,       .   ,                  ,    ,      ,           ,    1     {   an ��������������������������� nddltlon of X20.poo was made (0 policy v"wvf-"y.  b\\   Cms .1   l'l,   le   .n.i.Midtd   \enu-y ,jv ,     h,,.     ,,.   whcn   ht. ll;u|;<l,Nl   |R   s\]1"  8I,,J   w }������������������;n   d\  JaSL   in |      .  n.^ .   l.lof.1.-.. nnd r.^enls of ih.   r, .!U,:., .- ar,. tiilMJP������������������-iit nnd lnvnl. _.,  ing  to  the   hotel,  where  h"  would i       ,    ' .          ,,.               ���������������������������                     opportunny occurred lor nim to tie-   RT.��������������������������� ������������������������������������nt Jt loci in mmh-ii c^du for thoii- o������������������dc n-nr/.s-oniaiiop of ih������������������ fv.n-io.'invN into:  be iudciiendmii    of    I>r.   Ki-iinedv. .' pr"':'" '';       ' 1S    pron":M;  ���������������������������s"������������������i  '/r    f|;,i-c  his intentions.                            | ���������������������������>*".., T,|P !',pnU,'rs ������������������r l,u' nfnre *Vaf( ,,nvo !,'M> ,,r"v������������������l1 faii,lf,,) l" t!,(1 Cf,n  and at   ihe muiu-  iuiic devote him  vei' to  the daughter '"' sl.?pdaugh  ter, .:ii.st its h'   shinild fee! inclined  _omi-  *-1:r-11  idea  migh  ni'-mberod. too, and as often as the  mail came in, bringing hcr no Idler,   she    sighed    involuntarily  to  think  she was 'fon. .[I. n.    Xot' f,,,.-i vill" .''��������������������������� l'������������������il been planning a picnic j  -1-I-tTVI (-T  -1  1.  ''f[ gotten,   jM;uid''.   m^,   not   Forgiiltri  1  r-       _   _ .__ _      . '-  . pany'.-" service.  ,   and ' Tour   Director?!   ni-i������������������   plo..������������������:r.,i   to   h������������������  nbio   to  . lat .   lhat   11_    hic-lnos.������������������  of   th.  ��������������������������� >   f_w   , r   -Iip   %���������������������������__.'.-   i.f._nlo   of   lhf i Company   for  lh.  cnrc.it  v_r hn"  ln-r.,  of a   l.^rt  . .itis-factory  i-haun. t-r.  nnd  a   tew    01   .Sic   ..OU.lg   people   i__  UK ; u_at   (h|s  0,lUook   fov  tlK,   fll,.n.0  ,���������������������������  n,osl   0:ir,onvn-ln������������������r.  PAVIO n������������������-'..VTt;'M,  (l|  {(jf.   i���������������������������i._  .,_,!   ,i,n  in,,.   ���������������������������..,* i-.,.,ii.. Prrs.lrti.nt   and   Manat. uy   Olroulop.  'or a week  or more, ?\el!i  ...j.wl.  Jaiix--.   i'-r    v. hi i,,   ii!  took   his    cmi-ins   ha ml  ''Vou   have   .-!!���������������������������,      good      v  vour   suct:c -   '.'��������������������������� ������������������lh   Nfiiie.  I ji r! ni_.  1  -o-i  he  lie    >;i if 1.  is!;*"-   for  bin  and when on.- arternno  iifter- Janrcs's depnrt  stood ;il her .'ide. hc had u������������������nu  ���������������������������i);e and  the dav wits   .mil-;  i~ .ivT^wf^xd^1 e^"!^^''P('tt^-^-^i'^ditUnat. sLi.k=.  j,',^^    ;j '   ('.J. C if be were going; she expect-  r ea-  ed   i(   ;is  ii  "Hut not u :!h t'other ooo. hey.'"!  liUighiiigly   if-joitied   .1.   ('..   adding;  that .latin .   nei-d have no f1, ���������������������������'.���������������������������<. l'<'r,  there   wa.1-   m-l   the   ���������������������������.|ighicvt  biht;.   of   hi1-   addn-v-iii.:   ihe   :'.Iilk-  niaii -s   M _|! r >s ! - -  Alas for .1. ('.'��������������������������������������������� houf-t'. ' I'.ven  while he <,pokf. I'neri v.;"- ;ie.iehc:-y  in his ���������������������������-a-.I'M, '-w-s, foi- tin- niilk-  imm's hciic--,. ;i;. \e c.'iiled h''r. was  not to him iio i,l-jfct of di-'.ke, ami  win n. iiiler I he ca niaij-- dro\ e  awiiy, he .-av, 11;������������������* -lii'dow^. on hei  face, and !-:i-|-eci.d their .-aiise, Illicit :; strong ib.-irc that In-. '!,-jiar-  ture might alio, 1 her in a similar  nianm r. Th;ii evei.iiiir. too, when  Nellie  matier ol '���������������������������ouvsc. just 1  .'.isoi. r..r t.irn..,^ t..s'������������������-.es awav troin ;'^ ^ ���������������������������\><-^<l ihat Maude would j  ..iber   truthful   glance.' h,r   lie   kncw:^������������������r  ���������������������������������������������'    "'"'^   to   look  alter   bonis j  ni   wrong done to hcr lhat'"'"'  '-���������������������������������������������'.'V,l,M>'.   lU,1 J'  ( '   ,1!ul l"S '  I   ,.,_,!,.   i_ him  il.-n   own   opinion  oi     the  B__������������������-������������������__p__r_f_,-*.-V-T__ t.mwe^rsi.'snsuSm-JSSH  if ii M'cn  ATiT"l1TOItS���������������������������  tn.fti  ...  , Tu flu-  Prr.*lilrn(  i'ikI lMrn-inrii oT (fir l;'"i.<>rn!  _,!������������������".   InMirnrrf r<>'.v'"iy!  matter,   aim ; G.-n(l������������������ _m>n.--\V.   hnv.-> r,.r,-, .illy mid Mod H'O boehs nnd r-'crd-i of your f'om-  1 ������������������������������������������������������ r ,,i.nl   iii,.   ti-kiiriiiKLF   came   he   found   pany for Iho y._r <������������������ndln.   :il������������������t Oi'or'r.ihi"' 1.--1. and lu-vo i-orlllif-1 lo lhi-lr ri<.(:uniov.  , iriftrilin ..  a  leller Ifoin ,lame-,  con-   yi-*n    un    muni, .(-,   <-.u������������������������������������.   "-     ������������������ ' Th<. rnc>. n,|fl  .ffi)|),,.r.1 Vouc,;u.rp llrivo 1,0,.,^ (.,1ppc.1v .������������������>:_n.lnrd and ayrf-o with  l,()rf,,"....:_: "..   ._,!,. i"_,- \t.i,.,!,..  ���������������������������).,.1 ihe   M   very c������������������.iiv.*nient   to be   ^uttering   ,,.,. pri,,.,,.������������������ rori���������������������������.(._,|  jui'inng ;i  note If*i" .Maude.  ;in.   tlie   ','  1 ro.ouest   that,  hc   would   liaml   ii   in;'1'";  1  -t-M-rc     lu-auaene,  . o  licr  ino-  IIIIIIMIH I  .'.ang to luin hi- laconic  iiotig. he keid one ear liirm-d inward tin; chamber above, where, in  a low, sweet voice. Maude l.e-ming-  ton s.'ing her .���������������������������-ulTeriiig brother to  sleep.  : The next iiiornin . iie removed j.o  tier.  "I    should   ha\e   wrillci  SoolK 1',' '   .lillllC.'.      wrote.    ''  il-er's     illness     and     .111  fiuioiiiit   of   biiMiie"-'-   prevented   m."  from   doing  so.     'Mcllcr   late   than  ilC\e)'.'     is,    ho_o\Vi,     il     good    Mloi-  [,, jit limes, and 1 cut nisi ilr- h-l ���������������������������  lei to volt, became | v. mild ���������������������������i.'ive  h-'i' from any no-sip which an "i>t']j ;  wilh      me    111 i ti 1.1 ��������������������������� can  1  1  w onid   led   |i--i no!   lull!   I o .1  bcfi, much ie--s Wi join ihe pha^ure-  pariv.  "tjivi'   my    compliment^  to  .Miss  Kennedy."   In-   said   to   t!m  man   who came   to  hi.   door.. ".nfi  loll   her   I   ciinnol   po������������������-iblc  "������������������������������������������������������   ''  n 1 < 11 >i 111 ���������������������������;.   but    will     pci-hi  (low 11  lhi.- afte 1 noon.  Wlncil , Tho  npli.nl nro.  Ttonds. otc.  In   ih"  pou-osslon   of  tho  fco.in ny  havo   l,or-n  1 :,. 1 In. n'-plivl.   vhilsi   Uio-c   df-noj.-iio-]   wllli   th.o  0'ivf.i _iirn-nl   have   hr-on   vcrlllod   hv  \ C  tl!1  ,. r-rlinrn'e-.   'hf   lolal   Mfrf-f-in_  -\viili -tlic-aiooiint -ns   sh.un   In   lhc  yinfoin.nl   or,  u . ? .* f*l. .  T|>.. .ifcr.nipanvlns' Sta t m- '-<-1, vi/.. 10'vcnn^ nnd l-_:������������������i">d,i 111'". Af.'f-I--- nnd  Y.i!ihilll!on. shows Ih. ror.nlt of !ho year's- opr r..ilon;.- and al:-ci Iho (Inn nolal iios-l-  :!cn  of  Hi.   Company.  y oiing  1  1  .0     lillS  is come  7->-<r,ocl fullv  'nbinll !fd.  linwllfon,   1 st   1'V.r.nr.r,   I'M!).  f|| \ni '���������������������������''������������������������������������������������������ '-'i  C. ii. i'.rovr,  ll-'li"  C, A.  I-'. O.  A.  Auditor .  Mr.   De   Vere   n>.l     {.oing  ���������������������������������������������_*f _jw**_-_  f on-e^jjomienc1'  cit-iiie."  I'or Jame.1  De Vf. re to wrid  young girl  v.-;is an  unh'-iiu! i,  ciiiiihtance. ��������������������������� ami   the  mte   aroused   in   J.  1  il :"   and    the   angry 1  to a  rir-  sighl.  oi   ihat  C.:*  bosom   ;i  feeling of jealousy lest the prize no  now knew he .coveted should be  takci  from him.    No one. but hini  lelieve   1  iear- glittered in Nellie's blue eyes,  when sin- heard ihe n"i( ssage hi: hud  sen!  her.  "Not going."' exclaimed Mr.-. cM-  sc\-    while  even   Maude sympathise-j   ...'.-'.  c;i  in   the general  sorrow,   for her | ^^ ���������������������������������������������X^  nds   had   prcpared     t'u:   repast, 11 .uianeo.      rT\A\D  .T,  STATfllll'V^'l'  l-'OH   ������������������!!C11.  [t'.fKi:"rs. ' ���������������������������  T.vnihi!_   nnd   Ar.piiifv   "Infom.    .7 IP.fi?7 Pfl  Interest. H'-nt? and Pn .Us   '..'..'    I ...07 . Si!  nj.vfJI-'IJHK.VMMT.s.  ���������������������������.Iliil  ,?:i 17.2'M -I.I  . '.I:...'!!) 04  .  :.i _.-iTfi 21  an.I   sue  had  taken  especial   pains  $_!.3.fl������������������2 cs-  ?_!)3,O02 ������������������8,  ASSW'I.,   DMCMMUKII  ..IJi't'.. 1H0!).  ..���������������������������i.i- ��������������������������� 1 1 1  1 11        i;j..eii    iniiii   11011.      .\ u   inn..-  'mii.   ji.iiii    ,1.11 ���������������������������-     ...-^,    ,.~.,^ ..    ..-,..- .. .    ,- , A������������������_T������������������i,   [J|..������������������ ���������������������������;���������������������������; _151- .!  the hotel, saying he should proban- ��������������������������� ^. ^^ .^.^ U) A, ..^ |ilMllini?.; v,lt|,   vhe   pies  which   Ih'.'De   Vere , ivhtntnres  m-d   Bo,,..; '..;...��������������������������� "...'   is the an.d  b.uiul 11:11 ',asliip,li.,^;(iiU1   ^   j..^       Thc   (.OIll{.���������������������������,iS   ���������������������������|'j Vi-j. j,ylj,ndnig  his dislike 1.0 kitche-.i ; A11   0tii������������������r-A.*.������������������et.s   SOS.OUT) 77  fi:ir.,sr.:. fu  7nr,.oi'i fiO  ly eomiucive.  to his   ratiier ilelieati  liculth : but whether  In: meant  the',!'1  .nvigoratui.  bi  eiv.e  which  from   the   sun-.Minding  blow j  or an  bcir of  a   more    substantia!   kind,  lime  and our'"'.-tory   will  show.  note might be of the in  i (hnary kind,   but   for  somo  imdefinable   to   himself   be  j rather  slie   should   not  see  ! ami though it  cost him a  s  isi. or-! odo-i"--. ho hud seen her make. . tand-;   -  reason ; ii>_>- i'.t  her  elbow,  and compliment- j Roservi.   Fimd ������������������������������������������������������  would liim   hor   ^<Ml. . ; Fpi-elal   Addition  to rolley  li.-.sr-rv^  .'UK11, i'"���������������������������;.      .    -s'11-. , .      i|-i������������������.ntli  Los.-^c awn I! inn,- l'roufn      it   yet.;     N.e!he  was  in   huor   ol    .eterrnig ��������������������������� f-,(.1UM.   i.ubilitl"s ��������������������������� ....  fliggiei the   ride,   but   others   of   the   party,   Surplus on Policyholders' 'A������������������cou:it  -$:���������������������������;, __s.n_o r,3.  !,I..HM,.T!-.������������������.  CUAITKIi   IX.  Wli.i   (Iul   11'  il! Do   Vote's  to deal thus falsely with both, h  icsoK ed lo keep it from her linii  .vile hiid promised to be hi.s wife.  Ho never ilreanied it possible that  s|-e could tell liim no; ho had been  .red from his illness, and had mad(\ ..- Haltered and admired by the  the actpiaintanee of .1. (..*., wilJi.cit.v belles, and tin mily point  Avhoiii he was oinhe iiest of terms. ! wlr.ch troubled him was what his:  JMiuo.'!-  every   brieh!   d;:y    did   the ! fashioiiiiblo friends would say when  man draw the lillle covered ' in place of thc Nellie, whose name  the parly  M r.  weeks.  )o Vere iind bee n gone four  bonis   had   cnl.irelv   rocov-  aud had made  ih  poulifigly iyiug1 on  young l.'idy took lit.e  tut I'll.  I care so inucli   lor .Mr. j >ir.,et.,   s.-icie.ly.   olijccl.erl,   and ; tlii.ir.-mU*   Cn.ulotl  'iat.    iho '  [xvr    l"'i'-     ''"-irotfd   Security      -a.II. Ijfsido her j PolleiPs   wero   Issued   Asr.uriiif.;  Total   Tnstira:n.'o  In   i<'orce  .. T3.:..r.*;.fi 10 on  ::o,ono no  f,...(i30 on  1 1.71 . 00  v 9 ���������������������������.. 0 r- f. !������������������������������������������������������"  , . ?K.(I .    .<! ID .'.3  (Cd.OOO 00  ,...;..Mil.!i.t! r-3  .? .'t.r.Mi.;:.'!.", 00  2l.Oi'Oti-', 31  ��������������������������� $3,6-j:s,_>_u r..r  ye, tin $  .ul'it,    v.'liu   was    .-carce ly   I'ss   eii.t- ; A]|   tilB  ^tiiin^  niroclors wit.   rc-"lortod.  ns  follow..   M.   i[.  Aihlr.n,  M.n.,.  .Tilled   th-i'i   lierseli   ill   (heir   disup- :h;ivirt nexl'.r, lion. i!e������������������. K. Fo.t������������������r, Hon. J. M. OiliHon. T. ( .  Ilaslott. K. ... I.lonl.-  ;,'(   ,.v,,| iCoi- Win. Kni'ji!.. .lohn 7   Hcott, A.   V..   Hnss, M.A.. John WnKoli-ld. D.U., and  A..,  V\ earcvhile.   fr-.ni   behind   hi."   |>a- '    "Vt'a "niibsVinumt ni������������������ftln"_   of the  mr. titor;  the- following' oliicorn; wj-iv 7������������������������������������-l  '   .   ���������������������������   '       1      ,,      1     1 .  1    ,.-1,. . i iir, .od-     DnvUI   Di'stor.   Presidcut and  Mannr:ln_   Klr.ctor:   l.,iout.-Ool.   \V-ll'.-un|  |K'i    eiu'l.e.'.,".s.   J.   t .    looked    !������������������lLo'    ^".���������������������������s. "Rnj  T.  o.   r_ai_ett.   K.C.,  VIcc-PrcBidrntu;   Dr.-A.   Woolvorton,   Moillctil,"  the i.iarty ;:s thoy  rode away,  fori-   ati-cc'tor. ^  , ..������������������ il _.iut;>|__)u  Many. Women Suffer  Untold Tortures in Silence  They Can Be Relieved by Keeping the Blood Supply Ricb  and Pure With Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  COOKIES.  A woman needs a  blond-building  medicine, regularly just because she  is a  woman.       From    maturity   to  middle  life,  (he  hc.a'tfi  aud  happiness uf every woman defends upon  her blood,  it... richness  sad its  regularity,    if her blood ..apply is irregular she suffers fro ia headaches,  backaches,    sidcaches,    and    other  iw.upoaki.hle.    distress   VliicIi    only  women   know.     _ 0:111*   wwnic.n   have  grown   io expect this  suffering   at  regular intervals and to bear it in  hopeless      silence.        1.5 ut    women  would   escape  much  of  this misery  if they  took a box or two of   Dr.  Williams'   Pink]'ill.  to help  them  over each critical period.       These  ]'ills actually make new blond. They  help ji woman    just    when   nature  makes  ihe greatest  demand'   upon  ���������������������������lie i'-blood supply.    They have done  this     for     ihous'inds   of     women  throughout    Canada,  why    not for  you .  Mrs. Joseph Kinney, Gilbert's  Cove. N. S., says:���������������������������"For ten years  J stiff .red from nervousness and  those troubles that make tlie lives  of so n_a_.y women one of almost  constant misery. At time.. I would  be confined to my bed for weeks.  I spent sleepier.;, nights and seemed  to lo:.e all courage.   I tried several  doctors, but they failed to give nie  any  relief.    The last doctor 3  consulted told me frankly that- he could  mil   undertake    my c*u.  unless-   I.  would undergo an examination.   Lt  \sas .hei. J'   _ecif]e'_ to jive Dr. William*'   Pink  Pills  ������������������  trial,      After  taking six boxes 1    .as   n. ich  improved in health,   _ut I  continue .  t"i   take, the  Pills   for a. couple, of  months more when I felt like a new  woman,    aud    wax     .ujoying such  health as I had not experienced for  ten ye.trs before.    1 have had    no  return of this trouble sisce, but T  huve used the  Pills once since that  time  for  the    after    effects  of   la  gi-ippc,  and  the  result was all    I  hoped  for.    These arc plain  facts  frcm   my  own   experience,   a.nd    I  havc always felt that I cannot too  strongly recommend Dr.  Williams'"  I'ink Pills to the mauy women who  suffer as I did."  You can get this great blood-  building., health restoring medicine  from _ny dealer in medicines ���������������������������>r  direct by n_s.il at SO cents a box,  or six boxes tor fc_.5(.. from Tke  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.  I HOME. |  THI.  LAUNDRY.  Bobhinet Curtains.���������������������������Cut pieces of  mus.iiu four inches wide and sew  flat on edges of c ur lain s before they  are laundered, using a long, loose  stitch on the machine. Then wash  cind starch as usual and pin evenly  ov carpeted floor.# When dry the  muslin is easily ripped off, and in  . this way you avoid the full, uneven  edge -which is so often .eon in bobl  inc.i; curtains.  Soap fi int.���������������������������Soap improves with  keeping, and it will be found ceo,  iiomical. to- purchase it in large  quantities.  Whitening. Clothes.-/fake equal  parts of kerosene and turpentine  ���������������������������and shake well together. One tablespoonful of this mixture added to  the soap-suds in which clothes arc  boiled will he found to have a most  , denning effect. A spoonful of  kerosene in boiled starch keeps it  from sticking, but do not use  enough  to make it smell.  To Protect .'.nitons.--LMacc scv-  M'.-il folds of white wadding between folds of old linen sheeting  twenty inches long and seven wide.  Stitch round tho edges and down  the middle. Put this pad on the  table and place the buttons on it  and iron the garment on the. wrong  side. and_.yim__wjU__,nc\_cr lose or  break  a  button.  Lace Curtains.-���������������������������To wash lace  cv.itnins by the .French method put  curtains to soak afc night in cold  watcr. In the. morning let lhc water  drain from the tub and cover agam  with cold water. Do this repcated-  1. until the wafer is clear and  clean, allowing an hour for e .ch  soak-in.. Wring, starch in boiled  " starch" "and "st retch"."" Xo" soap," im  rubbing, and the curtains will be  like  new.  Killing Tubs.--Where stationary  tubs are not a purl, of the laundry  equipment buy six feel of hose wilh  a nuzzle, attach to the hot or did  wafer faucet while washing, and  Jill the tubs by this moam. It  saves the ha id labor cf lifting heavy  buckets of water.  Save your temper and clothing  by a generous use of ironing wax  on ironing- day. Keep n large soft  rag to rub the iron with after waxing. This keeps the iron clean  and bright, also indicates thc temperature. A teaspoonful of melted  p_r__in in your starch will lighten  labor and mako lhc clothes whiter.  The refined starch, tkafc is usually  used by housekeepers for- cold  starch, is much Wetter aud more  economical for general starching or  with boiled starch. Hang sheets  by selvage edge and you will nofc  have those awful crjnky wrinkles  to iron oufc. When washing flannels wash in a good hot suds made  of casfcile or green olive soap, rinse  in a clean suds of s .me temperature. They will not- shrink. X ever  allow flannels to freeze; ifc is as bad  as boiling.  CAND _.  Sea Foam.���������������������������Two cupfulsof brown  sugar, one cupful, of boiling water.  Cook until it threads and then  pour into the beaten whites of two  eggs. ._ eat until stiff and add one  tcasnoonful .bf vanilla and one cupful of chopped nut i_ e������������������ts. Drop  on buttered paper ov tins.  Hazel Kut Strips.���������������������������Take six eggs,  a cupful granulated sugar, half a  cupful of almonds, and half cupful  cf hazlenuts, each rolled or grated  line, a few drops* of vanilla., and a  quarter ._ a cupful of fiour. to  which is added half an even teaspoonful of baking powder, lieafc  yolks and sugar until light, add in  succession nuts, flavoring, flour,  baking powder, and, lastly, whites  beaten to stiff froth. Bake in'mod-  crate oven in single sheet one-half  inch thick, lining pan with paper  and oiling well. When done  spread with a thin layer of some  tart jelly, cover this Avilh boiled  icing  and     sprinkle    thickly  with  grated   h .zeluuts. Cub   in__stripj5  i1^lT==wrcle_a"iTd_T.hree   inches  long.  Hickory Nut Macaroons.���������������������������-One-  pint of granulated sugar, four cj'gs,  well beaten, ene pint _������������������ur, oae  pint af kernels; stir togefcker and  di _p on a buttered pan upside  down. Bake slowly until light  .rowa.  Molasses Cookies.���������������������������Oae egg, ������������������ne  cupful brown sugar: one cupful of  whort.aing. one cupful uf m<*! .s>-  sce, three level leaspooiifula of soda dissolved in one-half cupful _f  boiling water, one toaspounful of  ginger, one of cinnamon, a pinch  of yall. beat this with spoon as  you would for cake, ihca add three  and ���������������������������ne-half cupfuls of flour, roll  out, cut in shape and bake in Uot j  oven.  Peanut Cookies.���������������������������One cupful of  sugar, one cupful ������������������jf butler, two  eggs, two cupfuls of peanuts, two  cupfuls ef flour. Cream the sugar  aud butter, then add the eggs hea-  i&ii lightly: then the peanuts that  have been broken ; lastly add the.  flour and one tablespoonful of baking powder. Drop a tablespoonful  of dough on buttered tins and .bake  in a quick oven.  -Fruit Drops.���������������������������Two cupfuls of su-.  gar. one cupful of lard and butter  mixed, three eggs, one cupful of  soui' milk, one teaspoonful of cinnamon and cloves, one teaspoonful  soda, one cupful chopped nuts, one  cupful'chopped raisins, four cupfuls flour. Drop spoonfuls in baking tin instead of cutting as for  cookies.  Hickory Nut Macaroons. ��������������������������� One  cupful of powdered sugar, one cupful of hickory nuts chopped, a pinch  of salt in thc whiles of two eggs,  and beat still. Fold sugar and  nuts in the beaten whites carefully. Drop in buttered tin (not  sheet iron) cookie pan. This will  make aboufc twenty-four. Bake  slow about twenty minutes. Lay  a wet cloth'en table; put-hot pan  on cloth when macaroons are baked.  Take a spatula or pancake turner  and you will take them out without  breaking.  Cracker Turnovers.���������������������������One pint of  rolled cracker crumbs. Add milk  enough for a thick batter, then add  two eggs, two teaspoonfuls of baking powder, and a pinch of salfc.  Fry as pancakes, then put a teaspoonful of jelly on them and turn  one-half the cake over on to th*  jelly.  "SALADA** is the same wherever or whenever  y������������������u bisy it���������������������������always of unvarying good quality*  its r*feivs purity aad garden freshness is per*  feotly preserved in sealed "SALADA" Packets.  A _ woriuc dim. the taw.* _. Jem so <?r renfll*,  ������������������? (.!*._-_��������������������������������������������� grtim} _.el! sof ������������������r iu water tart  _������������������_i_f ___>!a������������������_.. m. ___io_8 t.r������������������_;��������������������������������������������� VH( Bj>i1  _ sywso bat tec __*a atapfe. Msjrc__e i. wl & _������������������ '  grncKf. If sist ecasfi ttc far 2 ������������������c..b<.t_ ������������������o_  recipe b������������������ak. Crate* .t M_r. Co., Saatds, V7_ .  A MOTHER'S PRAISE  FOR B.UJY'S OWN TABLETS  There arc thousands of mothers  throughout Canada who have no  hesitation in faying that the good  health enjoyed by their little ones  is entirely due to the judicious use  of I. u by'.s Own-Tableis. And Iheic.  are many mothers who do not  Ik.?. Lite to say thai at a critical  period Jj.'iby's Own Tablets have  saved a baby's life. Such ;. medicine should always bc kept in every  home. Mrs. J. A. I'nrier. I'aqucl-  ville, N. R., . .ys:--"\\re pivc  l.jby'.-. Own Tablets all the credit  ff ir keeping our little one well.  They arc an excellent medicine for  children." Sold by medicine dealers or by mail at LI.") cents a box  fiom Thc \)r. Williams' Medicine  Co.. Brockville, Out.  HORSE'S 1.1N_.F._ PARTY.  Eighty inmates of the home of  rest I'or horses at Cricklewood.  Kn^.j were Riven a special feast  last week. At precisely ti o'clock,  Max, a veteran horse. 33 years old,  thrust his bead from his box, seized a bell rope and announced with  a clang that dinner v/as-ready. Immediately the grooms served up a  dainty repast. Kadi horse was re-  ,galed with four pounds of carrots  and apples, wilh brown and white  bread,   biscuits and sugar.  Just Think o( 1.1 With tlie SAME Oye  you can color. _y kind of cloth Par.io.lj. -No  c!i,_ii__ of mistake;!. All colors in cent, from  your DntprRrist or Pealer. Samp!. Card and  Booklet free (rod  Tha Johnson _.ihnri_on Co., Llml.nd,  _Do_)t. 0.       _ _ Montreal, Que,  '"I wonder what the women do  at those, afternoon teas?" "Oh,  they just sip and gossip."  The man who gives his business  pvopev attention has but little time  for side issues.  _AS EXCELLENT REMEDY.  Will l.r."__ L'p a Cold hi Twe.ty-  ffiur H<t_.K ami Cure A _j Cttigk  Thal is Cm able.  The following "mixture is often  prescribed and is highly recommended for coughs,-colds and"other  throat and' bronchial trouble: Mix  two ounces of Glycerine, a half  ounce of Virgin Oih of Pine com-;,  pound pure, and eight ounces of-  pure Whisky. These can bc bought  in any good drug store and easily,  mixed together in a large bottle.  The genuine Virgin Oil of Pine  compound pure is prepared only in  the laboratories of the Leach Chemical Co.. Cincinnati, and put up  foi' disnerysing iy half-ounce _jaL_...   I-J OU _-������������������H 0? _D-H-T3C5ES.--====  Honey should bc kept in the dark  or it will  ganulate.  A cheap cotton blanket with one  thickness of cotton batting between  iind tied like a comfort makes an  excellent  bed   pad.  Tf you should scorch any colored  goods, such as linen, percale-, etc.,  dm instantly in vinegar, then wash  iind  rime well.  If fish is lightly rolled in flour  after having been well dried with  a clem cloth it will be less likely  ,o break up with cooking,  A good polishing cloth for thc  kilchcn. and one that will not be  staked quickly, is made from the  small cv arse. Turkish  towels.  I'c.l h .nous with a knife clear to  the white skin before you put lhem  iii the squeezer; the work is easier  and you gel more juice thereby.  Garments that-ar. to be hung out  to air can be put on hangers rather than pinned Lo thc line. This  prevents sagging or marking with  clothespins.  When ;i child is fretful, give il a  little water to drink.   Just as often ;  ;.s not it is simply ihirsfy.  Never bathe a baby immediately  after it has fed. Two, hours at  least should elapse before a bath.  Wet a- towel in cold watcvr and  cover all kinds of roasted meats,  turkey and chicken to.prevent'dry-  in"1. They will retain the llavor  and keep moisty a long tiViie.  In giving an alcohol rub to a child  use an old toilet water-bottle with  shaker cord, allowing only a few  drops to fall. The other hand is  then free to i.uas?a .e.  To breathe deeply is to stimulate thc heart and circulation. It  means a full kijh elf eat   .wJ '���������������������������������������������-��������������������������� ad  shoulders.    It means  a good   carriage  and a well poised head.  If you are doing your own washing and are'in a hurry to. iron immediately after the clothes are dry,  sprinkle with warm water and in  ten minutes they are ready to be  ironed.  K fishy knives and forks are well  nibbed'with a little butter aud put  aside for _ few minutes, then  washed in hot water, the unpleasant taste and smell will be entirely  gone.  ]f hot fat be spilled on the flo_r  pour on to it cold water at ������������������nce.  This will cause it tv set and prevent its soaking into the boards.  When set it can be easily removed  with a knife.  Your carpets and rugs should be  very' much alike so far-as weaves  nre cencerned. It is a mistaken  idea to buy a fine rug f������������������r the best  room and put a cheap ���������������������������_������������������ in the  adjoining room.  When ironing fine white waists  cr underwear lay a bath -towel on  ironing board, lay _ult_ned side  on it, and iron over wrong side of  garment." Between buttons will  be ironed  and not a������������������y. ironed off.  _��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������* _������������������m.  Flvsr ������������������r aaaVh  ���������������������������ts-Mo B-���������������������������*  vi.__.Aed .llvn#  KM_ 1 K������������������ .. Tral<\  ft* ___:_ only ftuS  ���������������������������trttt. or finv. ������������������r aaq -  *ac_s___ia.d_ 1"h������������������f.  n Hia hoi; - <*>cx\  Bn������������������_ at r"ttr ������������������������������������n_J  ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������rfMteM ta������������������. vtfm  amil ytu tb* ������������������cs_J tf  (nil ������������������f, . inuM _9  IS_ firt'Urg* Pact o J9fc  Writ* at _, _. ��������������������������� A port*  ami mil do. Wnttt*  pc.ui ll'ilion't U   .taf  ���������������������������_>_������������������ fto.lab.*  Praatlum 09s  Chicken' Stew.���������������������������Cut ekicken in  pieces., wash, and wipe dry. Brown  butter in kettle, the������������������ c������������������vev bottom  with chicken. Whe������������������ Fame-is brown  and salt has been added, cover with  milk and let simmer until chicken  is done.    A. tender chicken is need-  HORft*   OWN&KS!   U. $  CAUSTIC  BALSAM.  A nt*, t**������������������ty u4 ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*?��������������������������� fr*.  ������������������k* utm, ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������! ������������������L(������������������T������������������ .  ���������������������������T������������������r muS'. liatiM all kamkat  frttnHar***. )������������������i|_i������������������iH������������������ i������������������ ..  fr*i .��������������������������� w������������������r *r ^lamiak. S .<  f������������������r ietTiptii* ������������������tnil������������������r>.  a.lAMS  *!���������������������������., T*r������������������nl������������������, Can.  Camphor Ice  F6fi CHAPPE3 SKI. AW Li?S,  ItLI StftES, WfHOtlffiR.  12 YaseloK Ttmc&ts it Tub_s  Cft#(icuH, Iterated, M������������������itb������������������l������������������tH, Car bo.  liu_, (. Mpkerated, White Oxiit of Zlac,  eta. Cac_ for ine..*. pnrmstot.. Write for  ProcVaMllaelMk.  . ,  OHitian������������������uttH Mr������������������. ������������������������������������������������������.<#������������������������������������������������������������������������_)  *7������������������ ���������������������������rnlg St. W.. M*ntr_al   .  Map.a   Syrup  Makers  At .������������������ntion!  . Hott cm y������������������_ roap.riably axpect to mak������������������  tven a fair ������������������ua)it7 ef t.������������������rii> ntiaj out-of-  datapot. aa4 kettles aaii pa������������������i for beiliaf  y������������������ur Wai������������������le Syrup. Writ. f������������������r b.������������������klet oa  tkt "Cha������������������vioo" KTau.ratar to  Th������������������ CHI MM MANUFACTURING Company,  CI Wailinfttn St., Mtntraal.        .  cd io makc this a success ah������������������ makei  a delicious dinner.  PAGE WHITE FENCES  fait Peaces w-_r ���������������������������������������������������������������!-_. 1%. fcr T.awn . ParJcs. Farm. ���������������������������������������������<! Rallroids.    U.CW ������������������Hm cf Para  Fences aud V3.WU Pafie liatM aaw In ������������������������������������������������������ ia Canada.  Our l������������������10 Pencei ar* belter Ua������������������ ������������������������������������cr, -P>t������������������   Galas icr 1910 kavc CaVr������������������_laa_ Fraaica.   Cet tiur latcat rrlccv ami U.oklet,  THE PAGE WIRE FENCE CO., UM1TE������������������  Largrct fesca and entt1 mauuficturern in Caosiln 5_  WALKERVILLE     70RONT*      MONTREAL      ST. JOHN      WWNPEO     \XT0RiA  For  DISTEMPER  Pink _ye. I'aizooflc,  SHIpplna r������������������ver  A   Catarrhal I'evar j  Snrecurft ami prmltix'R prnventlve, no matl'-r lio������������������ hor_s at any nse .m \  infecte 4 or "expos. .!.*������������������ Litniid, eivcii on Jhci ninriiL'.' nc:_oii llu- lilt.d atut i  Chtnd . t-vvi'ls tho poisonous r_i_.slroni ihe \**\y. ( uw-s DUtcnipi . in Dou. '  and Slict-pand Choi .:i in 1'.tillry. J^arj-rst M-llunrUvcsli _k rumnly. Cmea  La Ori������������������p. amonir human l>.lr.c_ nnd Is _ lti_ ��������������������������� Kidnoy n-mi-ily. ������������������0.: iind $1 a  bottle: J6 and $11 a do/eu. Cut I hip out. Ki^p ii. siw . x'o your drujf.ls.1,  .Jio will grtt It for yon.   Five r.oolik-t, " Pisiomper, C:uivCs and Cures.*'  DISTRIBUT0RS-M.L V/H0LF.������������������AL!i DRUGGISTS  aPOHN MEDICAL CO., Cheni.Mi _t. 0..le.i������������������le.i9lj, SOSIItf., _ ._., U.S.A,  Fairbanks-Morse  Semi-Portable  or Skidded Engine  Equipped .'.with Evaporator Tank.  Designed especially for general Farm  Work  Built in 5 and 8 H.P. Bir.e..,  ���������������������������<s_os.i*-.- Specially Ad ..fed for Work  In  8    ir.P. Semi-Portablo   .ncii'c. with v Cold   Wei.h.T.  1-.aporator Tank..  These   Ku_in ..   aro th������������������ same as the Standard    Horizontal     .Tap������������������r-_ot   Ba.  cines. excopt that'they'arc ' monnt.d   on skids   with rasaltne tank   placed   ta  bnso of tho p_j.ii)_ wbpri: it in.wull protected,  makint;  a .rcry neat,   comjiao*,  celf-coiiti. ned outfit, as can bo aeon from the illustration   abate  af  tha ��������������������������� h.p.  Onsolinn Kugiue.    \'\w <uu ������������������������������������������������������ thu iwmplolettdrortiasaiont and sand forcotalog W.P.O,  THE   CANADIAN   FAIRBANKS   COMPANY,   Limited,  MONTREAL, ST.   JOHN,   H.   B. TORONTO, WINNtFiO  CALGARY,.  VANCOUVER  Xakk   Aiuh_:s*_  "Wm'ji i   ������������������������������������������������������I���������������������������I ,m I ������������������fc w  .#,), i^mi_aawt_Mi_nw w^w.afJiMM^wgy^.  il  1    _ '. i  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 28, 1910  Clean Up!  Disinfect!  Prevent the Possibility of Sickness  Here are the  every   ' ''bug"  for sickness:  enemies of  that makes  Chloride of Lime  0  Crude Carbolic  Formalin  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  every   Thursday at  Enderby, B.C.  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising- Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. $1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  APRIL 2S.  1910.  PERSONAL  Tennis Shoes  Wc wish to apologize to our readers for intruding upon them this per-  1 sonal reference.  \ His Worship Mayor Bell, at a public meeting held in the City I-lall last  ! Thursday evening assailed the editor  of this paper with a bludgeon of bil-  : lingsgate. He insisted on making the  : audience believe that the editor was  :a monumental liar, incapable of tcll-  ; ing the truth, and given to false logic  i and false statements.  Let us state at this point that we  have no feeling but the kindest toward  Mayor Bell. As a private citizen  he is a gentleman. As a public official he is a gentleman. As a spotiter  of pyrotechnical billingsgate, he is a  gentleman. But we do not agree  with Mayor Bell in many things. We  hope this privilege is to be granted.  In reply to Mayor Bel), we stated  at the meeting that wc aimed at all  times to speak honestly and fearless-  For Ladies and Gentlemen;  also a full line  Of   Boots andjly on   questions   effecting the public  j interest,  and wanted to be fair, and  offered  the columns  of the paper to  Shoes to satisfy all.  Splendid assortment of  Council was not disposed to tell the  band or the public what the difficulty  in the way of the band using the City  Hall as a place for practice consisted  of. He said the Council committee  had met the representatives of the  band ancl the whole matter had been  amicable settled, and his band witness substantiated his statement. It  was the first time we had heard that  an amicable settlement had been  reached, though Mayor Bell's witness  was the person who, when the band  disbanded because of thc city's refusal to grant them the use of the ball,  came to us and requested this paper  to take up the fight for the band. At  that time we said we would do so  and would stay with the band to the  end, provided the band would not get  cold feet. To be real candid, we do  think that the least the band should  havc done was to notify us that they  had capitulated and not leave us in  the field fighting their fight after the  game was forfeited. We regret that  the matter should have been reopened  by the article last week, and wish  now to state that the matter is positively closed so far as this paper is  concerned.  The Mayor's next objection was to  the article 'refering to the celebration  funds subscription of the city. He  objected seriously to the caption  "Discord Producers." He wanted us  to understand' that we, the editor of  this paper, were the great disturbing  element in the town, and demanded  that we should cease making the City  Council the target for abuse and  falsehood. He claimed there was absolutely no double-dealing in connection with the   city's subscription to  Mr. Bell or anyone else who felt they  'had a grievance.   And we said if Mr.  __^__T*_*r> Qlk_T.-*���������������������������<������������������ _?���������������������������_    _-!������������������__���������������������������_:  Bell would produce facts to prove we i  Men s dnir_s (k. flats !wero fal8Ci any Btatoment would bc ���������������������������  ill newest StvleS  and Shades, j retracted or qualified   with pleasure.  ___  ;    On   Friday     morning    Mayor   Bell  I .me and Grape Juice for the hot     |with    {our   witnesses    came   to   the  weather season officc of Thc Waiker p and   pr0.  Fresh Groceries always in stock. Jducing a copy of last week's issue of    .the   Enderby    Press,   said    that   he 'when dealing   with   the other fellow  city  and  the celebration funds, and denounced  the use of the word "graft." "We replied in relation   to   the first state-  Iment,  that the Mayor's attitude before   the   Council   and    his   attitude  Wheeler *& Evans  brought   these   men    to    witness his |on  City  _>_  at Market  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  most questions effecting the  proof as to the falsity of our state-jwere so divergent ancl contrary,  meats.   He did not wish to take the  h*s statements to one individual and  to another so colored to fit the case,  that it led to unceasing contrary  opinion   and   discord.    This   remark  was branded as a lie by the Mayor.  In reference    to   the statement that  .The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  matter up in the columns of the paper, but would simply point out  before, these witnesses wherein we  were false and see if retractions  would be made. j  In doing this, Mayor Bell-placed us |the Council was made a target hy us,  in rather an awkward position. Weiwe explained that, while at all times  I did not have a stenographer present, >d in a11 Places- we liad spoken in  land no witness, and as Mayor Bell jfav������������������r of upholding the hands of the  'did not put his objections in writing j Council, yet, as the public mouth-  land was not specific, we havc to rely ;i)iece of the community, we could not  lupon memory in reporting the inter- |sit supinely by and see what we be-  Wc  shall endeavor to be jIieved to be harmful actions taken by  view now.  f  Private   Livery  the public servants of the people, and  we said that   so   long as this paper  was  the cummunity's mouthpiece we  absolutely fair and impartial in pro- j  'ducing Mayor Bell's version. j  His first objection was to the gen- j                              I oral statement   that   there had been | would be found exposing what looked  Rubber-tired Single and Double jockeving in   dealing   with the" ques- |to be  evils in   our  civic life.   The  rigs;    Stylish   drivers;    new har-i tions of opening the Lawes addition, , Council, while it might be doing its  ness; everything up-to-date and Und the  petition   for  an exhibition i^j;"^������������������orw91t'  n i      i.      un -l ���������������������������     ha"-   He said thc Council had exert- .members, as   public  well-kept.    When you wish a rig1  Hair Goods  Every Lady will be  interested in seeing  the latest in fashionable Turbans, Braids  Invisible Hair Nets,  Hair Pins, Combs.  We have a most complete line of the newest, up-to-  date Hair Goods and Novelties. Also a complete,  new assortment of Notions. JUST UNPACKED:  Some new Imported Ginghams.   Exceptional values.  MEN'S  That's the  Word---  SUITS  ,   j,      .   ��������������������������� ed evcry   effort   to    find   a   suitable  for a Sunday drive,   speak for it!gra(lc   to   tlie    Lawes property, and  early, as my finest   turn-OUts are! were doing what they deemed best in  Usually Spoken for in advance.      I the matter.   It was pointed out that  i this had been the claim ever since the  Ciiff Street  Enderby  ENDERBY  Hotel  Tnatterncamcfir  that last year the Council had definitely promised to build the road  provided a suitable grade could be  obtained and the right-of-way over it  was clear. The Mayor said that a  right-of-way over what they considered a feasible    route   had  not been  servants, above  criticism.  The Mayor's objection to the use  we made of the word "graft" is farfetched. We do not see how our  meaning could be misconstrued. We  -said:-=^It=-is=a=-stFange^=propositionr  if the city has to be tied up to this  singlc-idead policy adopted by the  councils of old and perpetuated by  the present council, that robs Peter  to pay Paul. If the city as a corporation would put up all the funds necessary to hold  the celebration,  and  Our Shoes for  Men, Women  and Children  are "Quality"  Just, in���������������������������a nice line of Children's Patent Leather Slippers.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  I Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  <_<<_$_) _HS<e_)S> _^>������������������^������������������<������������������������������������������������������>������������������<������������������������������������^������������������^.<^������������������^������������������^ <$������������������_^ _>������������������_K8__>_K_x$������������������������������������_ ������������������_>������������������$>������������������. ������������������<������������������  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  i granted    the   city.   But   Mayor Bell itlien take thc Proceeds of the grounds  Thp Hnmp of the Old-Timer:fslll������������������rt Lo ������������������UlLe 'uid.refuses to recog- ;i.L wo,,1(1 bc n simnlc ,),]Siness p:_p.������������������-  ineilOmGOI    _ne UlCt  limei,  Corporation nc-.8lt,on and    ���������������������������V   easily settled.  ��������������������������� and the .abode of ..,the New-;n,MfL,h?,t?cn   -,,���������������������������_��������������������������� ,  .  r, An      mi  _      i jccpted the Lawes addition as part of  Comer. All will find a warm;the city,s n88CB8lble.. proporlyi ai.i  Welcom 3 at the plOIieerhOUSe | took  it over   ns   then   chartered,  it  and you'll be made to feel atjaccepted the responsibility "or. open-  home, 110   matter   When yOUin������������������   thc   Property   to   settlement by  jopening thc streets then chartered.  I He fails to remember, also, that last  ���������������������������year Mr. Lawes oficred to cancel thc  i existing charter of his addition, with  Enderby  But  hang up your hat.  G. E. MANNING, Proprietor  OVER 6S YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone Bonding a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whotlior an  tnvontlon Is probably pntentablo. Communications mrlctly confidential. HANDBOOK on I'atou ts  ���������������������������ent froe. Oldoat aeoncy forsecurini. patents.  Patents takon throu. i Munu & Co. recotre  special notice, without chnri?o, In tha  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest circulation of any sol_iitlt1<! Journal. Terms for  Canada, &S.7& a year, postage propald. Bold by  fdl no. sdealen.  MUNN S Co.3G1Broadw������������������y New York  Drauch Ofllco. 625 F St., Washington, D. C.  the Council's permission and lay out  the trunk street where the Council  wished it provided they would agree  to open the road or street.  In the matter of exhibition hall,  Mr. Bell said that, while there had  been some delay in the matter, the  feeling of many was that if the city  was to build, it should erect a building which would cost $7,000 or $8,-  000, and that it required some time  to go into details on such an undertaking. In this Mayor Bell is correct  but it is not what the petitioners  asked for, nor what anyone else  asked for, therefore it is saddling upon the original petition a load that  will surely kill it.  Thc next matter dealt with by the  Mayor, was   the   statement that the  when the business pcople are asked to  contribute and the city still takes the  proceeds, it looks like graft. The  few who are public-spirited enough to  contribute arc made to pay what  should come from the whole body of  the ratepayers."  Headquarters .for-Choice .Cut .Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Prompt   attention given to  orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,  Variety.  and House Plants in  We can   still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  cut at the present time  on  You can make old furniture har  monize with new surroundings by ap- (  plying one coat of Campbell's Varnish Stain. These Stains are transparent and impart a fine color and  finish without obscuring the grain of  the wood. Any inexperienced person  can use them. Apply to A. Fulton  for color card.  Our Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  Have you seen it?  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BI ^&fem_p.   js ...  &i&!_5!  i|_ft.'$.3  <"  j.  % Thursday^ April 28, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Bank of Montreal  Honorary President, Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA. MOUNT ROYAL, O. C. M. G.  ._     -    K,C.M.G.  Vice-President and General Manager,   SIR EDWARD OLOUSTON, Bart.  President, Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND,   _. C.  resident and General Manager,   SIR EDWARD i  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ������������������������������������JKMtS^jr  Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby, _  Q. A. HENDERSON, Esq,, Manager, Vernon  Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby, Armstrong. Vernon, Kdowna and Summerland  ._        . .. A. E. TAYLOR. Manager. End edby  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  Marcellus Junior  (14758)  Imported Krect from Scotland last Fall, and won Cm, .__  Grand Championship at Seattle & Victoria ffihfc^  ?4W'W_!_*������������������f_?_^^  SIRE .  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 __ fn.i__,a.    _*   _  Ranch; Enderby, n oon? overiJtan7_ill tW^- mornin*' leave Stepney  (Mr. Waddell's) Enderby? Tuesdav ev? w2iay_100n at Hazelmere ranch  Ranch; Armstrong noon- kno_H__ 7pI_ Wednesday morn., leave Stepnev  noon Thursday; ^SSi^^^^lS^ oversight an^til.  home Friday evening via fi. W. Effiff^Sh y m������������������rmng' returnin������������������  Terms: To msure, $25.-00; reduction made on three ^ ^ ^  Finest in the Country  fines? _&*___e ^ and now o^s one of    :  nnest brick hotels in the. country.    Althon.i.  ___.!_   _*��������������������������� Irisl?lan from MichiS heoallsIs  hotel the Kmg Edward.   In addftio_ to the ex  o clock, which is an added attraction for tourists "  ������������������^# "    - ^tract from Lowery's Ledge.)       " -Vi WUX1������������������W������������������������������������  KingEdwardHotel,Pp;0H.MURPHY Enderby  Hazelmei^_Poultry Ranch  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese   . .  White and Partridge Wyandottes  for _,e, &Tjfi^������������������&&������������������ ffi������������������ *.$___*"*  M  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  Enderby, B. C. J  Fir������������������, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A L if ��������������������������� In.urane* poliojr In the Bo..I Insurance Oo.  of Liverpool, Eng. la ��������������������������� v������������������l tt������������������ bla aiiat A plain.  Straightforward contract, ImvIds no room for  doubt aa to its rahie.  Hie Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  British America Aaati ranee Co.  Royal InauranteCoof Liverpool (Life dept)  The London A Lancashire Guarantee A  AeefcUnt Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY  All the little improvements  that go to make for goodness,  comfort and style are here���������������������������the  Best Leather, the Finest Workmanship, and a last to fit most  everybody.  ' ASK YOUR DEALER FOR  AMES-HOLDEN SHOES  Farm  Implements  I have two carloads of Buggies,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows and  Harrows, Discs, Feeders, Etc.,  to arrive this week, and another  carload of12- and 18-horse automobiles. I can give you good  terms on any of these, and want  you to call and inspect them.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Mid*., Eadcriby  Having added a cement brick ma'  chine to my cement plant, I am now  prepared to enter Into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  Regular Meeting  of City Council  At the meeting of the City Council  Wednesday evening, April 20th, all  the members were present except Aid.  Hutchison.  The petition of property owners for  the. "opening, up of Lawes and Harvey  streets, referred to the committee of  the whole at the last meeting, was  brought up for decision. Mayor Bell  reported that the committee had inspected the ground and found it impracticable to grade the streets asked  for. It was decided to.���������������������������:-, refer the  matter to Aids. Ruttan and Hancock  as a special committee to go over  the ground again with one of thc petitioners and endeavor to locate a  feasible right of way for a road to  open up this subdivision.  A letter was received from G. S.  Robinson, secretary of the Poultry  Association, asking for the use of the  City Hall on April 22, in the afternoon for the purpose of holding a  meeting.   Application  granted.  The petition for a money by-law  to erect an exhibition building was  again taken up. Mr. Waby and Mr.  Robinson, officers of the Poultry Association addressed the Council. Mr.  Waby referred to the Association's  inability to get a suitable building  in Enderby for exhibition purposes as  they anticipated that the birds to be  shown next year would number 600 or  800 and he hoped the show could be  kept at Enderby, as it was to be a  permanent thing, and was continually growing in importance?  Mr, Robinson spoke along the same  lines. He said the Armstrong members were naturally striving hard to  get the winter poultry show for that  town, and were prepared to offer  building suitable for the show.  Considerable discussion was indulged in, it being the general opinion of the Aldermen that a larger  building than that asked for in the  petition should be erected _if any.  One that would include a' skating  rink as well.' Such a building, it was  estimated by Aid. ��������������������������� Ruttan, would  cost $7,000 or $8,000 to. erect. Aid.  Hancock thought a skating rink was  badly needed; Aid. Evans was in favor of a single-story building, large  enough to answer' all purposes, but  build one adjoining the other. Aid.  Blanchard thought the Poultry Association had done more to advertise  Enderby than anything of a public  nature we had, and said if it were  found necessary to sacrifice any-part  of the large building, the poultrymen  should be provided with an exhibition  hall. Mayor Bell did not want to  throw cold water on the proposition,  but he thought we should be backward about erecting any mc.re buildings on the recreation ground, as the  Indian reserve was to be opened in a  very short time and he was in.favor  of the city buying 10 acres or more  just acrosss the bridge, and the establishment there of a park and exhibition buildings.   ^lt^was^_nally"^dmd_d~to appoint  Aid. Ruttan and Blanchard to confer  with the Poultry Association and  others and to consider and report on  the question of erecting a building  for joint purposes.  G. L. Williams, provincial surveyor,  wrote, offering to make a plan of the  city showing thc waterworks system,,  for the. sum of $50. It-was decided  to ask him to proceed with the work.  A letter was read from A. Sutcliffe  oflering to amend his account to  whatever sum an outside firm of  accountants would charge, and returning in the meantime the cheque  of twenty dollars sent him by the  city, and offering to undertake the  1910 audit for the price an outside  auditor would charge.  It was decided to reply that the  Council were unable to reopen the  question of remuneration for 1909,  xnd to return Mr. Sutcliffe's cheque,  and to say that as regards the 1910  audit, it had been decided to obtain  the services of an accountant at  Vancouver.  Letter from M. J. Crehan, chartered accountant of Vancouver, offering to audit the city's accounts at  the end of the year for $50.00, or if a  quarterly visit were made at this  sum plus hotel expenses for the time  spent in Enderby. It was decided to  accept the latter arrangement.  Aid. Evans thought a bylaw should  be   passed   regulating   pool   rooms.  Postponed for further information.  Following accounts were ordered  Paid on the report of the Finance  Committee:  School Trustees orders  ?420._5  l*. Rosoman, clerk salary     75 00  G. Rosoman, Magistrate salary  15.00  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co. Ltd  lumber,-light, thawing pipe.. 119>9o  K. N. Bailey, wages as special  constable and   conveying insane prisoner to asylum     69.80  G. E. Duncan, M. D.,   examining insane prisoner         5 00  G. Rosoman, cash expenditures     9 50  A letter was received from the Indian Department   at   Ottawa asking  to know where the gravel referred to  8 19ooCOUnC.'S/eS0luti0n of August  18, 1909, is situated, and stating that  on receipt of information the depart-  As there is a possibility of the reserve being opened up SOme time in  the near future, it .was decided to  take no action in the matter for the  present.  Clerk reported that Peter Greyell  w������������������* prepared to act as poundkeeper  filTLSOomffiec������������������ene ^ C������������������Uld ^ f0UDd t0  It was .decided to ask the province fGn������������������rVernment t0 reimburse the  city or expenses incurred in caring  for the insane prisoner Galloway  and conveying him to the asylum  Clerk .reported    the   receipt   of *  cheque for $15>00 from the   *^*  Flouring Mil,8 Oo., for water used   n  the erection of   the   manager's residence.   It   was    decided    t*       repayment for   water.-USed in putting  concrete foundation under the mill. %  ������������������___���������������������������_? R<?inS0D ������������������Sered to siv* th*  __?���������������������������* !Fee,deed t0 an 8-^ot strip off  the back of-his business lot, provided  the other owners, would do likewise  m order to' make a 16-foot alleyway  running from Belvedere to Georg.  streets. Decided to endeavor to secure deeds to the right of way for  this purpose.  hJ*ATfS _?������������������Ved by Ald- ������������������������������������������������������������������������_, .sec.  $2o0 00 be made to the funds for the  celebration to be held in Enderby on  the 24th of May.     Carried     .  Complaints having been received in  reference to infractions of the pound  by-law and other by-laws of the city  it was.decided to instruct the con!  stable to take whatever steps are  necessary to enforce the by-laws  w\ Pltlti0n WaS Presented from Rev  W A.  G,ff0rd -and Rev   D   c  asking the City Council to establish  a public library in the City Hall, the  nuc eus of which shall be the gift of  books made to Enderby some years  ago by the late������������������_ir Arthur Stepney  and to appoint a library board to  have m'hand the management of the  library.   Postponed for future action.  If you'have not tried the Glen Gerrack milk and cream, you do not yet  know the satisfaction of being' milk-  satisfied.  Barb wire  _f)4.ZO hundred  Nails, $3.75 jg  WE   SELL   THE   VERY   BEST IN  GARDEN  HOSE  EVERY FOOT   OF   THIS HOSE IS  GUARANTEED  _ l     HOES  ��������������������������� RAKES '  SPADES  CULTIVATORS  LAWN MOWERS  , SPRAY   NOZZLES j  ' HOSE CUPPLINGS  I GARDEN SHEARS  POULTRY NETTING  ALABASTINE-ALL COLORS  FRUIT TREE SPRAY PUMPS  SHERWIN-WILLIAMS  PAINTS  CAMPBELL'S  VARNISH STAIN  McCLARY'S  KOOTENY'^RANGES  Screen Doors  Screen Windows  SCREEN WIRE CLOTH  Planet Junior Cultivators  ;$5.75 to $17.00  Paroid Roofing  $3.75 per Hundred Square feet  Red Rope Roofing  $2.25 per Hundred Square Feet.-  GIVE ,US   A   CALL    WHEN" YOU  WANT ANYTHING IN-THE HARDWARE   LINE.      OUR    STOCK     is'  COMPLETE    AND.    THE     PRICES  ARE RIGHT.   . ' ' ' ; ,' '   . i>  A. Fulton  wrdur*_e' Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  .F.T.TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  - All kinds 0/ Tin and Zinc Articles Repa rod  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby,'B. C. " . '���������������������������      "-     "'  -  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed  Garden;���������������������������  Field  and Flower  HolUnVX _ad_W_nTthenn_S_; S_r_8r������������������W_f? ln BngIand- France-  M. J. HENRY, 301������������������ Westminster Road, Vancouver  7 BRITISH   COLUMBIA  HAY  p__.DmA1. T_,a UpIand> $16-50 Per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50 Z,  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C. Hints for Busy Housekeeper  Recipes anil Other Va.ua.le Information  ef Particular Inter .st to W������������������men  Folks.  DISHES ilADK OF BEANS.  Ttakod Corn and .cans. ��������������������������� Take  oc]ual quantities o������������������, shelled beans  and dried sweet corn. Place in bean  pot in layers, sprinkliag salt and  pepper between each layer. .For  ane, pint each ������������������f corn and _e*ns  take en .-half pound silt ptrk, scare  tlie rind and place ea top ������������������f bean-  pofc,  letting' tiie rind euuie up even  wii.li  the corn  and  beam  with    boilin  water,  ba  Cover  ke  slov.lv  seven  or eight hours, adding; more  water as it cooks a .ay.  .Baked   Pork    nnd    Deans.���������������������������Soak  one quart of beans  in  cold water  ���������������������������'��������������������������������������������� mi _ ip ��������������������������� !_���������������������������_-������������������������������������������������������..___. !._���������������������������__. _i iimw'iff i^n__ni"  you .% piece of suet with it. For  '.the first'., day ��������������������������� boil the mc. t, then  take out some of the broth to make  soup, 'adding, vegetables. The soup,  with a few small pieces of the meat  in it, together with some kia ..of  '���������������������������I .sear., constitutes the first moat.  The second al_y make either noodles  ������������������r _muplii_gs out of the remaining  broth. This, with scalloped potatoes nnd dessert, will make your  dinner for another day. The third  day, take the  remaining meat *nd  over   night.  h  morn mar  put  m-  theru in fresh cold water, and si  nier until soft enough to pierce with  a pin, being careful not to let them  boil  boil  enough,  to break.    If desired,  one onion    ._  th th  em.  W  'ten  soft   turn  into  colander   aud  pour  cold  water  through them.  ac?  them with the union in a benn pot.  Pour boiling water over s. quarter  of  a   pound  tt  salfc porIc.  par  fat  and part lean; scrape the rind until white. Cut thc rind in half inch  strips. Bury the pork in the beans,  leaving only the rind exposed. Mix  one tec spoonful of sail;���������������������������more it!  the pork is not . .Ity���������������������������aud add one  teaspoonful of mustard with one-  quarter of a cupful of molasses.  Fill  the cup    vrith    hot water and  make   meat cakes   or has!  This.  with some kind of a vegetable and  dessert, will make a- dinner for tho  third day.  to live on a  Feov)  le wh  o are  trying  small salarv  will  iind   take a glance in it  ding, try tke addition of half a teaspoon of powdered ginger, two  tablespoons of sugar, and the juice  and grated riud at half a lemon to  the  apple.  ���������������������������Food. aa_ fruit are the best cures  for csst-iveness. Good medium oatmeal made into porridge. Cor breakfast, but thick and substantial,  well salted, and not too long  boiled.  To-make linen easier to 'write on  when marking, dip the piece you  wish to mark in coid starch, rub  over with hot iron nnd you will bc  able to write without the pen  scratching.  If when using lemon for flavoring  you need only kalt' a oae put the-  other half oy a plate and cover with  * "glass tumbler. This excludes thc  nir and prevents it from drying up  or getting moldy.  A mirror placed j. the floor  acainafc a  wall   and    left   there in  r'our dressing ro  ora w  ill  remind you  ot   uneven   skirts  aad other  faults  >'t wearing apparel if you  will but  wiien  w  /ell  nixed  poui  the  beans.  .Add cn.ugh more water to  cover  them.  TC.eo   thei  u cove re ci  witn water until the last hour; then  lift tho pork to the surface ������������������nd let  it crisp. Beans should^ be baked  ur least eight horn,   in a'moderate  this hint on economy a help. Try it.  Eggless Cake.���������������������������A nice filling for  cake, when eggs are high: Juice  and grated rind of one orange,  stirred stiff enough to spresd on  layers, with pulverized eugav. Egg-  lees fruit cake: Or,e cupful brown  sugar, one cupful shortening, one  cupful buttermilk, one cupful raisins, one cupful English currants,  dissolve scant teaspoon salsrafcus in  the buttermilk. Cinnamon and nutmeg and salt, two cupful* flour.  Winter Pie.���������������������������An excellent winter  p:c.  bake  Makc  first  ich  crust and  _ven.   Use more salt and  one  ���������������������������third  of a cupful of butter if you dislike  ������������������ork,  >r   use  half ������������������. pound  of fat  and lean cornbeef. The a.ustard  gives the beans a delicious flavor  and also renders them more wholesome. Yellow eyed nnd lima beans  are also'good when baked this way.  Cream of Raked Bean Soup. ���������������������������  If.elt one-quarter of & cupful of buf-  ( .v and a_d one-fourth of a cupful  of flour. When thoroughly blend-  <*J add two cupfuls of cold milk  and cook until thick. Add two cupful? of cold baked beans. Jf too  thick  dilute with   milk or stock  to  Allow to cool. Boil until  "syrupy"' one,cup of dried currants  with one cupful of granulated sugar, with suffcient water to cover.  Ah'ow this to cool, then place in  '.hell. Beat stiff the whites of two  eggs. Add two tablespoonfuls of  granulated sugar. Spread over pic  and brown in oven. To be eaten  cold.  Kggless Cake.���������������������������In these days of  high priced eggs, the following receipt for  apple   sauce  cake,  with-  it it ia feared that egg. have been  boiled rather too long, on removing them from the water break Lhe  top of thc .hell at once with a  spoon. This frees some of the'heat  aud stops the hardening process.  Flannel should not- be used in  needle books for sticking needle in-  tc, as flannel is often prepared with  wliich .will rust thc  piece of fine  linen   or  TKE POACJUMt'S DOG.  {w'.e.s Warning    of    Gamekeeper's  Approach.  During the recent trial of a  poacher at Llangollen, Morth  Wales, it came out in evidence that  hi-- canine companion on forays acted as an advance scout and gave  him notice of the presence and  whereabouts of the gamekeepers,  says the Scotsman. Actions of that  kind arc all a matter of .'training,  and when thc training "runs in  families1' the habit becomes quite  instinctive, so that with the pups  of. old peaching dogs very little  leaching is necessary. The best  type of ilog for Lhat purpose is the  "lurcher," product of thc greyhound and smooth coated Scotch  collie, especially if the dog is to  be used for hare pouching after  dark.  A highly    trained    dog    of   that  stamp    "''hunts  -silo  nt'  -that  js.  it  never gives a whimper in thc chase.  A dog oi* inferior iss timet often  whimpers, and if it finds its prey  outaiauoeuvring or outdistancing it  gives utterance ta loud yelps ��������������������������� a  perilous thing to do on a dark, still  night, as it mav be heard for a mile  1SADEN-POWELL TO YISIT US.  i;������������������y    Scout    Mot _mc_(. Tends   (c  .flake Good Ci.ip.etis.  "It is a fine thing to hold ������������������ responsible coinwiand in tho King's  army, to train' men t.o bear arms,  and to carry cut the r.utine of  thc- service, but it. is a far ti������������������e_  thing to give boys character, to  leach them������������������to take life cheerfully,  and to be true citizens and wholehearted  sons of thc Empire."  It is with fcheec words'Sir .It. 8. S.  13a den-Powell explained thc re-  signatiou of his commission .is a  lieutenant-general in order lhafc  hc stay devote the whole of his  time to the perfection of the work-  lie initiated Iff. years ago. That  work is tho organization of the  Boy Scout movement throughout  the  Empire.  What is a 'Roy Scout? General  Baden-Powi  smiled   almost  im  perce  ptibly  'Certainly hc is  nofc  or mare aro  und.  Ar old Ayrshire poacher of a- past  generation      had  wonderfull  sulphur,  ur.cdles.  out   _j  it has  w  ill   I:  he.  jo :apprccia  d  ted.  as  en tested and ioun .  to be  excellent: One  oupi.il ot h.ujar, cm  half cupful  of   butter,   one   cupful  ���������������������������f  unsweetened  apple   sauce  ,vith  one scant teaspoonful of soda, stir-  one and one-half cu..-  fi  red into it:  fuls  of   flour,  one-half teaspoonfu  of    salt,     one-half - teaspoonful of  cloves,  one teaspoonful    of   cinna  mon, one cupful of raisins.  ch  opp  (ur.  i mixed with the flour.    Eake as  a loaf cake  and ice.  th  ���������������������������e   proper    consistency.  S  euson  with salt, pepper and minced parsley."  Bean Soup.���������������������������Boil a small sou]')  bono in two quarts of water until  meat falls from the bone. Take out  tho  bone,   add   a    cupful  of  white  P-  WO.RTK KNOWING.  A  corn may be eased by fcho a  plication of a  little  oil of peppermint.  To improve tough meat and make  it. tender rub it well with a cut le-  hea-j.s whicli have Ween soaked over   rn.n.  tiig-ht, and boil for two hours. Add      Paint on   window   panes may  be  three potatoes, half a- turnip,  and  chamois leather is much bcttci  In washing dishes be careful that  hand painted china and china with  gilt ornamentation be not left to  stand long in hot water, ������������������s much  treatment is certain to ruin the  decorations sooner or later.  Travelling bags after thc holiday  often look very travel worn. _ rush  those of black leather with a good  boot polish. The ' brown bags  should be first washed with soap  and water, and then polished with  brown boot polish.  health v  great care   must  be  taken   to  ; rained dog:. Starting from hoiae.  he and the dog went in opposite directions, thc dog often making a  circuit of many roiies, but never  failing to iceet its master at some  appointed place. That dog also  acted as a spy on -.gamekeepers,  specially thos.  of the old tip], ing,  the picturesque impossibility many  people  suppose    ki;u    to   be,"  ho  said.  "'Jle  is not  merely a. y  oulU  wlio  carries  a  a  lo  a*  pole,   wears  a  istinctive costume and 'looks picturesque. What I want my boys  to know is that by being good  workmen they serve their country  just  as  truly  _s  thev  serve   their  J_t7.J  learniny;  signalling  _������������������op discipline, and the rudime  nil  or  in l  es  t ex-  ruflianly "school,''' now &h_os  ti net-  Dogs of that kind, so highly  trained and instinctively hunters,  often co-operate among themselves  in forays and by skillfully imitating lessons taught them by man  o an immense amount of in-  Since General Baden-Powell originated this Imperial scheme all  manner of unofeicial offshoots have  sprung  into  existence.  '1  i   soma  I'ten d  jury  ie  writer  a a  #!-  "I   k  new  If room plants arc- to keep  remove dust from the leaves. To  keep the latter glossy it is a good  plan to add a few drops of paraffin  to  tepid water    and    sponge    thc  leaves wit  h  th  e mixture.  Be careful where you .place your  dressing tables and mirrors. Sunlight will destroy the finest, bevel  French plate, and it is impossible  fco restore the backing without considerable expense. Dampness -will  destroy it in thc same.manner.  To stone raisins easily you require to pour boiling water on and  let them remain over night, when  it will be found in the morning that  two collie dogs that showed great  skill in co-operative rabbit hunting, anil when they "'snapped' more  thsn  th  cv  could  carrv  to  their  tnev  arc  n  ot oniv easier to stone.  but stoning does not tear the fruit.  Dry  in   usual  way.   only they will  re-quire a little longer.  Have a small bottle of benzine at  hand.  and  when  spot of grease  a carrot ail cd. unc.  an  B  oil  an  ho  d i  ur longer,  iciiper.  Se  ror nan  _  .son   with sau.  removed  by   w  .a r.  a shini  i.  witn vine-  When   buying  fish    i .member  it-  Id be stiff and the flesh firm to  snou  Puree of _>eans nnd Rice.���������������������������Put a   tl  quart  of   beans   which  in  water   over  ive   heen  aoal  saucepan   with   a   pinch   o  night  in  sa 11,  touch,  ankets  nie  clrvmg snoulc  we  tablespoonful  of butter,  a sprig of  a  1   il_. 1  lice  parslry, and boiling wafer to cover.  pr  even  Cook   until     beans    are    soft,   rub  ���������������������������\ th  through a fine ;-ieve. and add sufiici-  in  the  cnt stock lo make the desired   .uan-  |-n  rls  lity of soup.    Season to tas-te, add  to  lhc  two   tabic-jioonful.-,   of   bu'.U ."   and      , .-..1     .r  ... i.i   i     ��������������������������� i ,,i   ..:....     m ..  1  tl  1 be  beaten    with    a   cane carpet  b. afcr to make them fluffy.  boi La_c__u:ked _eg a______ra i_J_____in  gets on io clean tablecloth put  clean paper under the spot ancl wet  a clean cloth with the. benzine and  rub the grease into the paper underneath and your tablecloth will  be as clean as ever.    Keep the bot-  rospective homes (r/ids apart), they  hid the carcasses and removed them  bit by bit." Night sheep worrying by dogs is a curious "instinctive'' survival of a trained habit  neolithic or p3laeolithic..mai_ taught  wild canidae lung before Cadmus  or any other pundit brought him  letters. '   .  Rll VKR E.\ V US IN  EA ST A V1? 1 CA  A  Phase. ������������������f   (hc   Servant Problem  'iucli (be Same as in America.  The    servant      problem    is    bad  of the colonies, though the movement has caught on finely, there  I.,"  he  said,   "no  proper  organiz  ation.  pa i  \  ve-   are   sending  a  argo  rty of our boys over to Canada  next August, and I myself will  visit the Dominion during the siim-  r.     l.ater   on I    hope   to  travel  me  tnrou  ghoul South Africa, _ct.  Zealand and Australia cli.-.ching  our  organization   in  evcry part  uf  the  mpire.  'Tn  South Africa  troops ot  .my  ts are  in   active operation  as  _cou  far  in  kins?  land  as  .  ulawavt*.  Mafn-  v e i  e no up; l  in  th  IS  CO  tint  rv  nd tl  ie ex  periences mistresses havc to relate  a r<  manv  a  nd  vane  ad.   b  but an  m-  e ol n-ewspypcr. an. this will  it the white from boiling out.  in strip of orange peel placed  bottom of a tea caddy im-  i  delicious aroma and  flavor  t-a.  Itie  ones arc riljli_r  d  t.  tie  wav from tl  lire.  HOT IKON  K1U.S (.'..KMS.  Cloitiirij. -May he Soiis .i_(ori!y Disinfected by Ironing.  Ironing linen ha.s a greater effect  than is commonly believed  As thc  ' .ic   ciiplii!   o.   col  heat and .-'."rvc.  11 (11 i:  nee.  TIIM  i>.\  X   OX   Ii  Apr:  P'.'-l     Oi      illi  rccut  ban  on  ������������������������������������������������������> ��������������������������� aii s :t  is  1  fart  Ii to rcmemocr  ie_;  wear glasses, sec that tnev are ta  I-.!  cri off two or three times a day ane  polished.  temperature or thc iron may greatly exceed _6(J degrees Fahrenheit it  has been suggested that thc process  i of   ironing  may  sufiicn   to  finitely wider range of possibilities  is opened up. says the Wide World  Magazine, when mere man���������������������������ancl a  bachelor man at lhat���������������������������tackles the  servant and other household problems in an East African bungalow.  Anything can and does happen  then.  Native house servants of a sort  are plentiful enough around thc  chief towns of British Fust Africa.  I cannot say /definitely, but I should think there is one  there. South Africa as a whole is  working with us splendidly. Mr  Percy Fitzpatrick-has given us a00  prizes  to   be  competed for   bv   pa  trol J  ot cigni boy  in  L,n .land am  South Africa.  '���������������������������'The   problem   set   the.  Knglish  settlement  in   the   African  i>oy   ii  colon:  es on a  capital of.������������������100.     Do  communicates    with    hi.     coloni.  il  Nairobi "find .Mombasa, and-"tin?  slightest rumor ihat the mm.ungu  (white man) requires a '"boy" or  'jiezi (cook)  lills one's compound  cousin regarding trade conditions  in South Africa, thus bringing  himself into amicable touch with  the sons of Englishmen in our  southern dominions. The English  boys whose ultimate decisions are  adjudged the best will be aw a aland the colonial boys  ho  have  given   (he  wisest advice  :d prizes.  11 also be included in the list ol  mors.  '    NOT SlJtfPBISED.  Si   Perkins  had  never been  sur^  prise:.!   in   a  When   ifc  snowed in  the  latter part of April  ie allowed he'd sorter felt it in the  'for some time; when .'fudge Ab-  TJoto' ."iTailiHjTnTTUtl7i"S"r=fchx)-ugllt=i(r  as  about  time  an  d  wnen  tin  -itli  cooks.  _ en era is  and    raw  negroes    representing    e\cry  tril  oo  -tenlize  irgical dressings and hence be of  ���������������������������w   nannc  mii.t  illWi  oe  iliiubl  o service, espec;  ,U,-  nrrur;  In'd  in two lathers.  ctTlain _ii!oui  t of dress fo u'i  hero is a  out  districts and  elsewhere,   in the ab-  of    di-infecl ing    ovens :\nd  Moans   should  rui-hi  liov  shoiinl  not-  water in  w  I   tlie  hey  IO'.  'I   I) '  coo  i-o'ilved   ov.'i"'  conked in tho  ar" soaked.  or at lea'  kod  e;c  hi  In 1  nour-< mi ,  > - - _ i. i ���������������������������-���������������������������������������������si i).-  miu'crate oven.  lie  .ouu  .hould tic  r>t ra mod  to    remove  uskf  which  erntfoi   in'  nutriment  and 'an  dii.e-lihlo.  br-iori*   l.tie iliri   will move  senco  sterilizers.  , t'iirlv  micro uc^  J)  i������������������   not   ban_r  . "s  and   clinii])!  IbOtlt    11'MHll  rUK'C  t t!  uorvos o  If  you  do  not  re-  f the familv. eoi  can be killed by a sidiicionlly lung  application of a temperature of  J."_   degrees Fahronhcit. but a fem-  Ullf  .t ne  him.-'cl  Ier AI  nca. s  sun.  average  bach;  ir    contents  with  four servfints���������������������������a h  cad  ���������������������������b  'i.V  -ider. hingi  ancl  i ours.  perature i  f -JOG  d"g  ahienlicit  Dtaius  on    mirrors    ano wiikIo",  required   to  kill   certain   spore:-  ma  in- i  with  leave  W  ."   removed  by  r'.tbbing  spirits    of    ("iiiipiior,   which  Ijactena   and   to   produce   s  ihi  CO!  A   (easiKioiiful   of  "nd-i   added   f  ant ])  icn making-past!  ' the  011.-.1!.  a   lemon   to t.  wa!  flu:  boiled  :in r  will  ,i   which   the  dn.  mo  i.i  beans  are  icid in the  ing...'  and d:  vv  ;n  ma  i..  s..cl tlie  tavor u  J.0   Keen.:  mn  f  tai.  eld the juiec  yc  for niix-  paste lighter  nrd.  lies  w  nplet  e stenhzatum.  If has been proved by experiment  that it is possible: tu disinfect clothing very satisfactorily by ironing.  Clothing which lias been worn by  children   affected   bv  various  a ''ook, ;. 't"',o (youth) to  assist them, and a m'shenzi (raw.  nut r.ieed native) for tidd jobs,  gr.rdening. etc,  It is no easy i_������������������k to make a se-  hcl'.on from the ho.-i of eager, voluble applicants. Dirty, carefully  Muck kgether "baruas" (u\-fimon-  iiil. ) are cxaminod and ihe owners  tpioi-tioiiod. but it is unwise tu pul  much faith in these documents, ior  ���������������������������i is no unusual occurrence foi' a.  ���������������������������'!.<:)>���������������������������"���������������������������du  the    principle    of "the  town hall was struck by lightning  he merely shrugged his shoulders  iind said" he'd told 'em that them  liiihtnin'   rods  wasn't any  account;  when  v w  ti  .. >  the  'em up.  ci-e first tulkin' :.-l put-  Mi  bout given    up  excitin .     hcr  erkms nae  ,f  jusfc  hop  c ut ever  husband's    wonder  when "a  friend told her"of-a inur-  llous  conjurer who  was showing  v.  at a va  rictv theatre in Boston.  She  tool-  Si.  more  merrier  to    prov  dly  hite--   tngious  tliSCiU:  and  eon-  wlueh con  ic)  skin ot  tne  hean  no  oxcellencv  11.  ol  haked  leans  depends up  :m th  i)������������������i :-.������������������������������������������������������.  e nol  "i wmeh the  beans, arc  ���������������������������ecrlheu,  with a  n  ii     .shouh.l   be  arrow mouth and  Scrub  them  we'll with cold water  ���������������������������soap and  ittl  e silver sun  d.  Do  as it  bulging  Boan-  food. b  hard i.ri  thi  .tics.  :\\(--rd  on. ���������������������������  ���������������������������;!,  a nutritious, cheap  >i   bt.'jng  so  or  jso   who   lead  ���������������������������count  ire be  an  active!  outdoor  tte-r food  f  lite  Jar  wor  .cans should not be on the regu-  fiire  of    ihe  sedentary  ;n  ker.  k/CONOMfCAL DISHi'.S.  Three Dinners from ID Cet'ts of  )j_. at.���������������������������Get a lean piece of meat U>  boK  and   bare your    butcher give  not use  hot water on tables,  ti ins ihem yellow.  Old l.ablecioth. should not be tlis-  cai ci ci  parts,  -tl  d f.  a" rat  hem  an  Cllt  (Hit   ill!  best  ei.  iCV  d  use   for. face tow-  are   delighlfullv   soft   I'or  Jose.  the puri  If the  tops of young turnips  ll.orou .hlv clanec  tl  iov can be u  ire.  sod  ;il.h   the.     diced     turnips:    and  joiled  ie  ame ;is cabbage  HC;  make ;i very  roe  d dish.  Stewed   tigs   or   prunes   wil  K'  toiind  much  richer it  soaked  stewing  th  lor  Tl  several  !CY   bit  the  fruit   if  before  hour:  i>uld be stewed iu  n  which soaked.  Wheu making a boiled apple pud-  ? same water i  tained bacteria or ]>us,   diphtheria  ind tl  ie  Iike.  was  sorint  irr  :d ane  nod.  .1. was then rubbed on plates-of  latino prepared, for the. culture  bacteria, but not a single colony  devel  pad.  OPTIMISM.  Every night is  dark.  Every winter's cold���������������������������  But  every year  is  new.   my  So why  should we grow   o  dear  Id  Landlords and tenants can nevir  s.<- tiiromvn  th  e same sp.e  aclc  The greatness of many a man  if  due to inherited money.  pre.-ciu-  you  will  i   litrec  testimoni  als,  eve-re  .name trom  introduces  one  bearing a different  hiclr he  e one under w  th  himself  These gentry arc always greatly  offended when you kick- them off  the- verandah and tell them they  bought or    stolen   the docu-  have  men  one  brou  ts.fr  oin   o  occasion  tl  ier natives  Upon  a  wou  ld-b.e.   coo  k  ght    the    writer    a  bam a  signed by a well known settler an  worded:  To  whom  it may   concern.  The  bearer of this ''barna," is an internal rogue and thief. Please kick  him out.  iiv  the time  the  white   man  had  ion  pod laughing the nogr  o n.-id  ar  rived at the conclusion  tliat some  thing was wrout  an  d was doing re  cord  time  dowu the   path.  When the conjurer called for a  volunteer from the audience Mrs.  Perkins urged  her  hu-.band  to go  up  She  on     the      stage.  Jle      did.  tantl\  as  watched       expec  extracted   a  iivc-  thc   "professor  Id  p'  ao  pa  mi  ear.  bad  ie.ee     from   Si's  ��������������������������� sed   a  watch   through  his  ;fi-acfed yards and yards of,  from his shoes.   Si look-;  ane.   e.  cker tape  cd boi  ed.    Finally, the conjure  r be-|  oi  an to coax at Si's beard, and, to.  c amazement of the spectators, j  t hopped-three little white rab-'  bits.  'Wul,  sai  d  Mrs.   Perkins,   tri-  ui.up  seat,  some  hantly,   when Si   resumed hia;  'mess  that    surprised yoj  didn't it?'  Si seemed almost surprised that  she should think so.'  "Why,  no,'1'  he finally drawled.    "I didn't like'  nuthin'  about it,  but I'voj  ter  suspectin'   that tlie.il  to sa.y  been   sor  rabbits   was thar for some time.  He (rhapsodically)���������������������������"I adore cv-  ervthinc that is grand,   exquisite,  super-em  the   serene  inent,   I love the peerlt  **,  tm  >���������������������������������������������>  i.    perfect  m   htc.   "\  She (blushing coyly)-"'Oh, Geov;  how can  refus  e  ,������������������iu \i  Lm.   v..������������������  !������������������l  it  t so beautil'ully .  .  i  ii ff  .  FROM AWAY OUT  ON THE PRAIRIES  COMES PROOF OF ASOTHER  .VOjNDKUJTJL    cuke    by  DODD'S KID. EV PILLS.  Mark Southern Tells How Tl__y  Itc'ii.sod. liim From a Bed of _iek-  hoss, Cured His Kidtje.T Hi .������������������?;is������������������  (ik _-Made Jfiiu a TV ell Mhii.  - _kiptou, Duck Lake, Sask., . ek.  31 (Special).���������������������������After thirteen years  sufferi _g f_ . ru __i deer .Dis.ase  Wuugbt ���������������������������_ fey an _eciik-fll, JMayk  Bout-hern, ������������������i R.sl aker Fawn near  Jirrc, is a wall _..������������������, and he is r.ot  fclow to state that he o . ������������������s lais cure  to  Dod .'a Kidney  Pills.  "It fee^an with pains in my  back," Mr. {southern says, "'..nd  ncross my loins, and .Plate years  J beep me very weak an . t'.r days  -I hud to keep, to my bed.- I hsul all  kirfds of Rtlvie. ������������������nd tried _ great  many aie .ioiars. but ali U no pur-  1 >o se.  "���������������������������Reading an advertisement induced me to give Dodd's Kidney  Pills a trial, and 1 wr������������������������������������te for six  boxes.. After taking the first box  J began to f.*l relief, and after using five boxes I felt ejuite well  ugain. J am now able to get about  my work and feel no effects whatever  from the old complaint."  Dodd's Kidney Pills clean all  Kidney Diseases and all diseases rc-  Bulling from disordered Kidneys  right out of the system. That's  fcow they cure Bright's Disease,  Piabetes, Dropsy, .heurnatifein and  Backache. They do it by putting  <ht. Kidneys in good working order  and they always do it.  A  GOOD    PUDDING TU..2.ETH  AWAY WRATH.  1,1  "Land! how disagreeable everything is!" cried Ma, "here's Jul*  a-gittin' mad at her own brother,  and here's you, Opal, havin' no  duds to wear to the picnic. But  I don't believe I'd asfc your Pa for  a new dress, 'cause that'd make  everything more disagreeable than  ever." _  VER Y SOH RY���������������������������A. TEBWA HD S.  In a town not fifty miles from  here a lady went into a store and  asked for a box of Zam-Buk. JShe  was told that it would cost fifty  cents, and that a larger box of another ointment- could be bought  cheaper. In a rnoi_e������������������t of weakness  she took the cheaper box. When  she had used it she still needed the  Zam-Buk  as badly  as before,  and  to I������������������������������������ '  1 _!���������������������������?���������������������������  WITH DUE .ALLOWANCES.  H was  at a little north-v .stern  town in New South Wales.   A travelling Englishman sfood on the verandah of the public house wauh- jTro������������������b.    for *ft������������������en *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I t������������������* d_ct������������������r-i.  1 j'������������������Mi*.������������������,_ _������������������.i__   | medi .nie  out  got   no    help.   1    want    te  lint Opal could not give up the j bought a box  idea of a new dress, and so. as soon j Thi-. Za.ra-_.ik did what she nced-  it.s her father and her brother J.died, but as she had bought the use-  were suted at the supper table tnat (less ointment, too, she pai. just as  evening, she. courageously said : I mueh ajj.'iin for the benefit derived  "Pa, can f have a new dress  wear to th.  picnic."  "A new dress," echoed her fa-  ._*_��������������������������� ifi'iift'ly. "I don't know no-  thin' about it; but this I cU know,  wr'vc gotta be awful eareful of  money jest now while the factory's  run.iin'   light."  "Wlmf'd'l trll yon, Opal'?" asketl  her mother .significantly.  Pa ate his potatoes and meat in  grim silence. But after he began  on the rice pudding his scowl gradually relaxed, and a look of peace  overspread his tired face; for the  pudding tasted very good to him.  And as he slowly munched the raisins, he glanced speculatively at-  Opai; ihen. after every crumb was  gone, said pleasantly, "What kind  of a dress do yuu want, Opal?"  "A thin uhiie one. and.] can't  go to thc picnic without a new  dress."  Pa sheepishly handed Opal three  do! bus.  "Oh, thank vou. Pa," cried Opal  joyfully.    "Can  1. have it, Ma1?"  "Didn't your Pa give it to y. u 1  But I chinno as he would if we  hadn't worked on his feelin's with  the puddin',"  worried Ma.  "A good puddin' turnetb away  wrath," grinned Fa.���������������������������Everybody's  Magazine.  ���������������������������c had bought Zam-'Suk in the  .stance.       She    was  sorry���������������������������  'afterwards.  Zam-_nk bas years of honest re-  ctimmtti elation behi_d it. People  have proved that it cures. Imitation  food contains no nourishment, and  'imitations of Zam-Buk fail iu the  one essential feature���������������������������they never  work Zam-Buk cures. When you  ask. for Zam-Buk don't take anything else. The name is protected  by law and is clearly shown on each  package.  "Dear friends." began the politic;; I candidate. "I call you 'dear  friends.'    I  won't call you   ladies  and gentlemen,   because,  1 know, vou-all ..������������������ well."  ���������������������������on  see,  SAVtO  IN  HIS OLD ACE.  Annapolis,   .  .  .,   May  14,   1SW.  I  am  over eighty yearn ������������������_   sure    and  have hi. flc-red from    Kidney  and .ladder  toe sun go down aerc.s th������������������  Black Soil Plains in a splendor cf  purple and gold  tliank you for sending tne ihe sami.tle  box  of Giir Vi....  which h _lv>*i! me.  "I have taken ������������������ix    box*,    of   (.in    Pills  ���������������������������altogether,  but got   reli.f  h.r'oi _    I    had  .By- jove !"   he     exclaimed   t������������������ an I taken   near that amount.  .1  hart  W     get  tip some nights every fifteen minute.; and  hiid to .He _h in. {lament before T could  urinate. Now, I __n lie in bed four or  five hours without getting up."  ������������������V. H.  PIERCE.  Write    National    Drug    A    Chera.    Co.,  (Dept.  W.I..) Toronto,    for    free   aaaplt.  Regular *ize,  50c���������������������������6 for  $2.50.  Impassive bnshniaii who was lounging against a post: "That's gorgeous,' iisn't it?" .  The _ua._ia.n slanted his head a  little and looked critically afc" the  glowing we.t. "Not. bad," he  drawled;- "aot bad���������������������������fer a little  pi nee like Boggabri."  A girl's idea    of   having a 'good  time is to do something she thought  .  _  ________     _._.___.. __ 1 would be fun    because  she wasn't  Tt_r. toll* ���������������������������M������������������fi Tt������������������lf������������������K sa s, kti* T������������������n coM%. |    ��������������������������� _  ,      .     -,  ,f)M trouhU ������������������o*a from bad %o troise _n!������������������Mch#ck* '< alJowe.  to UO it  IM.    AUcn'i h**4 Uftlana *ut������������������b th* wont ot    _eV!������������������-  I* ������������������"*T* istftuvatioR aad ������������������l������������������ari (_������������������ air  'There are two eides to every question���������������������������your side and the wrong side.  Some people say they do as fchey  please���������������������������but do they.  @ Mother Graves' Worm Extermin  ator has no equal for destroying  worms in children and adults. 'See  that yon get the geuine when purchasing.  ___���������������������������_���������������������������*_������������������   *  . He���������������������������"That handsome girl over  there made a fool of mc two years  ago." She���������������������������"I felt sure that something happened in your past life  that you had never got over."  Many patent medicines have enmc  nnd gone, hut Bicklc's Anti-Con-  Br.mptive-Syrup.continues to occupy  a furemust place among remedies  for coughs and eoids, and as a preventive of decay of the lungs. It is  a standard m.dicine that widens  iis sphere < . usefulness year by  .war. If you :>_e in need of something-tu rid -yourself-of ..-cough or  cold, you c.innut do better than try  I-iefclt. s Syrup.  TIM.. TO GO _ OVtl.  , To Mr*. .IcCuithy, busy with her  w.'ishin.. .'ind in nv mood for chat,  Jiad com-'1 Mrs. t.'luncy, who noticed  (liter ;in InMir or two th.'it it liad  boeonm. olouriy.  Said she: "Do ifc rain. Mrs. Me-  Ca rtliy V'  "it. do that, "Mrs. Clancy; but  net that hnvd f couldn't get home.  Sf I   was at vour house."  ISSW&.-KO. &-10.  DON'T WAIT until your neighbor ia  gettinp better crops than yonrsel.. C������������������o.  KEITH A SONS, Seed Merchant*, Ttrentv,  are offering O.A.G. No. 21 Barley and  Scotch grown Regenerated Banner Oat..  in 5 bush. lots, at $i.������������������j" per bush., bag.  PEEK.   Bend for  (samples, also catalegue.  How many people do you know  who can repeat the ten commandments ?  The Crick in the _ack��������������������������� "One  tour.h of nature makes the whole  world kin," sings the poet. But  what about the touch of rheumatism  and lumbago, whieh is so common  now . There is no poetry in that  touch, for'it renders life miserable.  Yet how delighted is the sense of  =relief-=-when=an=npplication==o!==Drr  Thomas' Eclectric Oil drives pain  a���������������������������-_y.    There is nothing eqimls it.  Some men think they arc ambitious, when in reality they are  only discontented.  ��������������������������������������������� iNbatttutft for "Tl. D A T<" Matitbol Planter,  *Hbough some miacrupuloui. fi eider, mar **. tbtra  (a Reooir.msmiflt. hy doctor . hospital . clergy  Md ������������������������������������T������������������rjbo_y for yleutlRj, itifiit*!., eU.  -   ���������������������������  WHAT HE COT.  "Well, what happened to you?"  asked the friend of the man wh_  was swathed in bandages.  "I was struck by an auto."  "How did it- happen ."  "1 was stooping down in the. roiul  picking up a hor.eshoe for luck."  Hope for the Chronic Dyspeptic.  ���������������������������Through lack of consideration of  the.body's needs many persons alio, disorders of the digestive apparatus to endure until they become  chronic, filling days and nights with  suffering. /Io these a course of  Parmelee's Vegetable Pill. is recommended as a sure and speedy  way to regain health. These pills  are specially compounded to com-  ba' dyspepsia and the many ills that  folk.w in its train, and tkey are  successful alwavs.  Pcople look upon a six-footer who  weighs over 200 pmiods as a big  man���������������������������until he proves that he's  little.  Free te Our Reatiers.  Write Murine Eye Remedy C.., Chleaje.  for _-yac������������������ illustrated Eye Bock Pre*.  Write _]1 about Your Eye Trouble aad  ���������������������������hey will ad rise as to the Froper ,.]_y>licit-  tieu ������������������f the Murine Eve Remedies in Your  Special Case. Your Drnrs. i������������������t wi!) t������������������il you  t_������������������t Kuril. _eli*T��������������������������������������������� .Sore Eyes. St-j-ng.V  idi Weak. Eyes, Doesn't 8tnRi't,So_tbM  Fy* Pain, and -eells for 50i\ Try It in  Yo������������������r Eyes and in Baby's Byes for ��������������������������� Scaly  Eyelids and Granulation. ?*r'  .A man never realizes how,many  faults he has ut til he. ha.__.bec_"  married two or three years."  ���������������������������hlinren win ������������������������������������������������������ fleijrtalnf. They r_ a������������������ bene  ������������������i>T������������������r������������������tfi with khow. Naif a. ttaspnoii.nil of P������������������i������������������������������������  killer in hot. weeteneti w_tor will pr������������������T������������������nt any  Uleifeotn. ki'sli eubitituteV Utera t. b������������������������������������ eae  ��������������������������������������������� Faiiikiller "-l������������������er������������������j D������������������vi������������������'���������������������������Jje. ������������������ud 50a.  '"'What do you mean by the rising  generation, pa?" "Oh,-the people who can afford to have airships,  sonny!" '  TO CURE A COLD IN _NE DAY  T_r������������������    l,AX\r.    R    .RO  .0     .nin"=ne   T\b!������������������t_  _ rujrj.iit������������������ >-_/"������������������a tt wonsy if i. failt l<' cure.     _. W.  QROVK'S sljiiatirt* ii un e.ich bax.   2.'> .  "These are the smaHes!. sandwiches I ever saw for tlie money," said  thc traveller. "Yes," said the railway restaurant waitress. "There  was so much complaint of the quality of them that ] thought^Tj\voirld  ITnTlfe^thlJm^fffa 11 er.-so there^von 1_|"  nofc be so much to grumble about."  FEW BKITISJI WAR-HORSES.  Seareily of   Horses   Available lor  MHilary Puvpeees.  Something akin to a panic has  taken possession of British statesmen in the last few years owing to  the scarcity cf available horses fov  military purposes in case of war  since the automobile has eome' into the field as a rival and a rnenae.  to the horse, -yet statistics would  seem to indicate that thc Britisk  Empire could fur _is_ horses enough  nnd t* spare proYiieri the means  were afc hand to ira_sjD������������������rt thena t������������������  the KCPne of action. Canada has  ,2,] .5,4*0, or more than the m_kher  country; Australia. l,_7l.6_83 and  1. itish rnclia l,<e-3,283, whil. oth_r  .dependenties swell thc total number of horses in the J_npir. _���������������������������  about 8,000.000.   *   Revive the Jaded Condition. ���������������������������  When energy Hags and the cares  of business become irksome; when  thc whole system is out of sorts and  there is general depression, try  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. They  will regulate the action of a deranged stomach and a disordered  liver, and make you feel like a new  man. 2.0 one need suffer a day  from debilitated digestion -when bo  simple and effective a pill can be  got at any drug store.  WOULD TRY AGAIN.  "Won't you try to love me?"'he  sighed.  "I have tried," she replied, kiad-  ly -but firmly.  "My rich aunt has just died," he  went on.  "In that case, dear, I will try  again!"  CURE  ' Vfc _IST ______& 1 _* (������������������tt������������������K������������������_%_$  I_ fine fer c_il _.cn,.*_������������������. echilt., very pleasant  to take k_<_ Uss frMD cp_ te.    It soothe,  and hcs.U tlie jelling (hfoct ar.������������������?a.oor������������������ re^ttul  uijkls to both ciffilwr sad child.  All Druss__i. 25 cent .  _35__^_   .....��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������     "���������������������������-- . _ - .J j_T_T_^*mi .. ���������������������������     ���������������������������-^^w^[  EDUCATIONAL  1EAUN. THE BATwBER " TRADE-NEW  . Bysiew���������������������������eonstant vr act i.e.; careful  fiistruction; few weeks complete course;  tsolg free; graduates earn twelve te  eighteen dollars weekly, write (orf,cata-  l.ttne. Moler Rai-ber College, 221 Queen  E_6t, Toronto.  FARMS   FOR   SALE.  SOUTHERK   ALBERTA    PALL   WJIEAT  land,    641    acres,    iiothing    better."  Will  cell   cheap,   or exchange for Out aria  farm.    PEWTRESS.   84  Don   Hills    Road,  Toronto.  MACHINERY  1*1    Iron   and   rrood-uorVAng  machinory,  enRine.,   boilers,   steam   pamps,   gagoline  eritrinos,      electric     motorfi,     contractors'-  machinery,   etc.   _*nrt    for    cRtp.resrue   ol'  over    KC0    machine..    II.    W.    PETR1E,  I/imited,    Toronto,   Mu-trea.l.   Vancou-ver. ;  FARM FOR RENT.  FVUM TO RENT. M������������������mii WeMont awl O^en  Ho_n<_. Twohnn<Jr*1_i-.res under cultivation,,  p.Uo pwttir*. farm hou.=e   .n������������������l aiui ontbuiHinjs.  J. W. 6. Whitney, ii Toronto _t������������������eet, Toronto   -  w., .  _  *'I,ll0?������������������'|   byfcemoH  medieal   wen.  JVrne for particular..     B, UNi>MAN. (Ra/dT  PILES CURED IN * TO 14 DAYS.  PAXO OINTMKNT  i������������������ eu.ira .teed   lo  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� %sj  e.<i������������������ of Itching,   Blind.   Ble������������������.ii!i_ ar   Proiruiian  FiUi in C ta li days' or wonay ref tiudad.   W)������������������.  .   AT THE RESTAURANT.,  "Waiter, why'd. you recommend  everybody to take a beef a la med*  U-day?"      ���������������������������  "Because, sir, if it isn't all eat-  ������������������n we shall .have it for dinner ourselves."  A IU* .ta������������������ Ooufi. drlros ileep and aomfort  awa/. Yen ean eonfuer It with Alien'i L*au  Bal������������������<M_. whieh lolitraa hard bra.\tbing, pain is  tha ehast aud irritation of tha throat. Giro il  h������������������eir to tha chilUraa.  Passc_-P>y--"_s that your pork  down there or the road, "uv'nor?"  Fanner���������������������������"Pork! "What d'ye mean'?  There's a pig o' mine out there!"  Passer-"By���������������������������"Ah. but there's ,*i mo-  inr-car just gone by."  FATHKR WAS AX 12. VALID.  Jt had been a hard day in the  held and father and son were very  hungry. The only things eatable  on the table were i-2 very large apple dumplings. The father had consumed 10 while the hoy was eating  one, and then both reached for the  one remaining.  "Son." pleaded thc father, '"'you  wouldn't take the last apple dumpling from your poor sick pa, would  you?"  "Did you deliver my message to  Mr.'Stumps?" asked the merchant.  New Office Boy���������������������������"No, sir. He was  out, and the office was locked up."  "Well, why didn't you wait for hirn,  as I told you " "There was a notice on tiie doer, sir, saying, 'Return at once,' so T came back as  quick as I could."  Biliousnes s���������������������������-���������������������������  is certainly os.e of tlie most rlis_-  pr.'eable ailments which tle������������������,h is  heir to. Coated tonK.iu ��������������������������� IjiUer  tn_c in the mouth���������������������������nan.. .- (lir.r.i.  ncpfi--tliPfse coinhiiio to make lift- n  hunh .1. The cm .��������������������������������������������� is st disordered  lirer���������������������������Uie cure T)r. ..01.. V Indian  Knot "Pill . Thoy pro .������������������trai_;l.l to  the root of the trouble, put. the  liver riprht. eleaiisi.-the nosnueh aurt  bowels, Hear tin; (o.v/uo ai:/l takn  nwiiy the hitter ta>te froin the  mouth.. At the t-.r.t _������������������_ of hil-  ioiiiiie's..  take  Dr.   Morse's  Indian    Root    Pills  CONDITIONAL.  Mrs. Clancy���������������������������Sure, Mrs. Dpeer-  fcy', there's some folks would rather  roast th.ir navbors than ate.  '- The'Hostess���������������������������Tli rue fer yci.on-  less they.c'u'd ate at the. expinse  t.f their navbors. .  Mothers, Give the Children a Chare..  Spankinjj does not cure children of hed-  wetting. There is ;i constitutional e.iuse  for thi.. trouble. Mrs. M. Summers, Box W  720. Windsor, Out., will . *mi_I free to any  moilier h.r successful home tr.atiiH'nl.  wiiJi full instructions. Send no monev,  but write h.r to-day it" your children  trouble you in this way. Don't blame Ihe  child, lhe chances are it can't help it.  This tre.-tmeiu _lso cures adults and aged  people'troubled wilh urine difficuliies by  day or night.  Yeast���������������������������"Do you quanel with  your neighbor still about his hen  coming over in your garden V  :C rf hYf_"n='' :2v_T '"we've got over  that now." "Ruried ' thc hatchet?" "No; better still. .Buried thc  hen."  Thos. Sabin of _ glinglon, says:  "I have removed ten corns from  1 uv    feet    with    Hollowav's    Corn  QALVES "���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������".wit.���������������������������������������������%���������������������������!!������������������  CHENILLE CURTAINS  an������������������J all ___������������������ of fcer** _iuoi.i_g������������������, il_o    ���������������������������  LjjcecunTj,iHsPYED.._"Tp #*****���������������������������  ,, Vr't',_ to a* ������������������. ������������������uk your*.  iwiti.ha. em. .nt.������������������incee., e_������������������iai, Montr__i|  Marlatt's Hair Promoter  Cr������������������w< Malr en any Bald Hiarl  On f.lc nt tbe Robt. Simpson Co., Toronto,  Cwunda. or the Marlmt Hair Pron-Otinf  <3o.. Toronto. ���������������������������_nsi������������������la.  A Few Shares for Sale  'in -one  of tlie t_������������������t.)_an 'f.  D_2_ni������������������<_ In.  Ciinaiia on easy terms ;"<mly liO.eo down-.  Menay to   Land at   ... .on'approved  rccnihlea.--Apply for particolara to .  W. J. .KKiVT, li'ox 41������������������, I,oniton, Ont  DO   YOU    WANT    TO    KNOW   ���������������������������  .0.1   purionit   'nio.tl.r... untold)  fact. " .hout'-  HMman      Nature.-   .E.������������������;'<<1    -T>v.     Foote's  ."Woi^dfr". l>r>f>k   on' tlio-' flollc. \A   finhiff-ts  rf   Love,   Ma������������������rlr������������������ .e.   Parent .g������������������. * Health,  DIS8.sc. an������������������J Freahs.   It if the fruit, .of 50;  yf.Tr!>'  oxnnvip .t-p  of ��������������������������� ti  mcf*"pftiV untjior -  dt<d   prsrti .onor.   Fnll' oT    e .rio^    U'tcs-  parv to propr Tr;rin   and  wo_iJ������������������n.   Conts5"������������������  r'ore  viifil  f(;fi������������������ t'i>,������������������,'> your'rtortor   v.'ov.M ;  r'r.-.  vnn   for   t"o   doUnr.       Tn  3  F/������������������"tiop .  -  p/.p  p'.fnc ������������������������������������������������������> .1 4n iiiii<.-f.������������������"t,i .������������������������������������.   "rfes 105.'  L.L.Hiil   Boo!<   Ce.,159   E. 23 St., New York  A GREAT DEMAND  FOR  Cure."  likewise.  Reader,   go  thou   ;:nd   do  H  OH FO������������������ THE  DEAF-IM ..COUSTICO.-  o������������������v> ������������������1 Ui������������������ mnivali >>f th? clfvtrlcal  ate.  in'u.B tiuowclioi" tho woiJcl. Write- for rata-  lo������������������u<������������������. General Aeon .'.������������������ (>., o' Canada, Ltd.,  46S Y ������������������ns������������������ SVreet. Toruiite.  f TrifXKr, JiXOXCf/mS, TCXIflfrtS  J/tf&lMATl'CXS--------  NB������������������tECT .D A, ������������������j������������������>e  ���������������������������r_i-tntothe". KIP"  and P..������������������ .J.O.YIA.  1 ...ono tiA ... ut set  at one* ������������������. bottlrt cf  "UAI>WAV������������������t ���������������������������������������������_,_������������������_  _ _I.1ES' .nd nr. ve������������������t  pnoumocia, of euro i;  If alioady manifested. Ik the t'lifftlllnis  Household Rem ������������������������������������������������������iky.  for Cov\,<?h r, Co'cts,  Sore 'I'hrOnt, Rronphlti?.  "Grip."   Pneumonia t_irt.  Pa.ius of ftll kinds.  ^w 1Mi_1 I MH_W>n_*  old  CAT'S SKXS1" Ol7 LOCALITY  A lcilten about six months  was taken to a house a few miles  dislant from its birthplace, confined  in a room and (.ojulerly eared for  during a week, ;ind Ihen set at liberty. It u_s supposed lo have become habiluuled to iis new surrounding . hiii.il relumed to its old  home on the day of its release. The  sense of locality and direction was  exhibited still more strikingly by  .'in old tom-cat. which was stolen  und carried a distance of twenty  mile.", confined in a bag. Thc cat  v, as imprisoned, but made its escape, and in a few days reappeared in a pitiable state at the home  vi its former master, which was  separated from that of the thief by  a high wooded cliff.  PHILOSOPHY.  '"'After all," said the optimist,  "the best of luck ia only what you  make it yourself."  ".It's all well enough for you to  talk," growled the pessimist, "but  I never get anything but bad luck."  "Well, then, it's up to you to  makc the best of ifc."  Just think of the clothes a man's  wife could buy with the money lie  squanders for cigars 1  WASTE PAPER OF "ALL GRADES.  Also Jiag . Iron, MctaJe, Rubbers, Etc..  E. PULLAN, "���������������������������'^r.VtiroS'81^  Phono (or particulars.   Main 4693.  ILES  ^  Blind, Bleeding., Itching-,  Protruding Piles quickly  and permanently c������������������reil bf  =_h __ino.__sc.i_aii_.v_. a sid. _.__.. _mt_������������������ __.nc_.J_  LVLE'S   COMMON   SENSE   FOR   FSLES  Price   S1.00--6    for    $5.00.   mailed  on r������������������  ceipt, of ijrU'c  LYLE   MEDICINE  CO.,  711 Queen  West, TORONTO.  APPENDICITIS  Cured without operation .   All who ar.   _.  Hint*.. ���������������������������. itb '.hi?   di.e.i-w   and   wi������������������h ,to   he  cnr.'d p'-minn. ntly.    ^iifoly    nnd    t|\iii-k\y .  with-, this    t������������������r������������������'Jit- Kn.ri.op.tthlc-  remedy,-  wiiich    will   be   font    post-uairi   nnywliore  in   the   world   with   full   in?I motion.   for  usiiiir  ������������������n  n������������������   to <'. <>rt   n   tiorinHn*"!!!   ture.  Prion   .V!     Artdrr."  John   T. Wait,   Homeo.athlc   Pharmacy,  Arnprior. Cannda.  WEAK LUNGS  RESTORED 3Y PSYCHINE.  " PSYCHINE " has r������������������_red thousands'  of people to buovant health *nd sirsngth  whose condition htd been regarded a3 hepe-  less. It is a tonic and .ic.h.l.uilo'er, con.  taisiinf! rcmar_ab!e propcrlie. as a blood  puri&ef and germicide. Il will strengthen  ������������������nd~he������������������l thc weak lungs, fotcc cut ihs  phlegm, and dxivc away the cuugh, no  matict cf how long *Undi_g.  "PSYCHINE" toDCi up the whole  sy.lem-and drivts cut disease, heals the  decayed tissue aad restoies lost eaeigy. It-  use daily will prevent and ward off that  most subtle di_*a������������������e consumption.  Writt for ������������������ Free Sample.  For Stic fcj all DrmuUt. Cc Dt������������������!tn, 50c. & $1  ������������������tr b������������������ttl������������������.  Dr. T. AS     UM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  ,Oi  ���������������������������PRONOUNCeot-SI-KEEN THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 28, 1910  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. Ii. W. KEITH,  ONE  WAY RULE  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. CHIT and George Sts. ENDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  Last November it was decided by  the City Council to appoint A. Sutcliffe as auditor to audit the accounts  of the city for the year 1909, the remuneration for this work to be the  same as that paid the previous year  1��������������������������� ?20.00  |    The work   was   done, and on Jan.  ; 21st,    the    following    communication  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,; was received from Mr. Sutciifie  etc.  Offices, Bell Block. Enderby,B.C.  '^"STORET SOCIETIES   A.F.&A.M.  FRED. II. BARNES  W. M.  Endorby Lodge No. 40  Regular mectiiifrs first  Thursday o:i or afior the  full moon at 81>. in. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  /0\L 0.0. F.  _"      __^fflg_._^\_s. )\_  v^T^^      "~^������������������~^^.   Eureka Lodge. No. .0  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  0. F. hall, Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always    welcome.    .1.   A.  McMorland,  N. G.,  A.  Reeves, Sec'y. E. J. Mack, 'JYeas.  ^"ENDERBY" LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in IC. o������������������ J'. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  ROBT. N, BAILEY. C.C.  C. E. STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  IC. of P. I-I.llI is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for ;>ublie entertainments. For rales, etc., apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE. M. E.. Enderby  1  j The City Council, Enderby:  Gentlemen: In enclosing you herewith my bill for auditing the city  accounts for last year, I beg to state  that the amount I received for auditing the previous year's accounts  was altogether inadequate for this  work, and I am therefore charging  what I consider a fair remuneration  for thc services performed.  Yours  faithfully,     A.   SUTCLIFFE.  Bill rendered $35.00.  Amount allowed by Council, $20,00.  The Clerk was instructed to get a  price from Mr. Sutcliffe on the work  of auditing the accounts for 1910,  said audit to be made quarterly.  Minute of Council, April 6:  A letter was received from A. Sutcliffe fixing $65 as the sum he would  ask for to audit the city books for  year 1910. It was decided to get a  price from Mr. Crehan, of Vancouver.  on by thc Bostonians turned out to  be. The musical numbers, the dancing, and the acting were all splendid, and the audience was charmed.  The Juvenile Bostonians have always  held a warm place in the hearts of  Lethbridgo people, and last night  they materially added to the affection with which they are regarded.  AT THE  RIFLE  RANGE  The first score-shoot at the rifle  range was held last Wednesday afternoon, seven members of thc association attending at thc butts. Following is a record of thc shooting:  At the 200 range���������������������������  S.   1   2   3  ���������������������������1  3  _  5  5  2  2  4  5  Holtby  5-2  2nd    3���������������������������1  Price  4���������������������������3  Taylor  2���������������������������3  Brimacombe... 3���������������������������4  _ <_cman  2���������������������������2  Keith 3���������������������������4'  Bell  v 3���������������������������4  At the 500 range-  Price  3���������������������������0   3   0   2   0:  Holtby   0���������������������������0   3   0   3   3  Taylor  2���������������������������5   5   4   3   5  Ackman  3���������������������������2   3   2   0   2  Brimacombe... 2���������������������������5   5   3   ,3   2  Bell 2���������������������������2   4455  Keith  ; 3���������������������������3   5   3   4   2  5   6  2 3  3 3  4-20  4���������������������������2G  4���������������������������27  3-24  quA .ITY  f.  2   4   4���������������������������23  3���������������������������IS  5-31  4-33  5���������������������������13  4-16  5-32  4���������������������������18  5���������������������������25  4���������������������������29  5���������������������������2G  PRICES  Quoted by The Columbia Flouring  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. |some firm of stable accountants,  Four Star Chop. $1.60 per 100 lbs!and wh������������������tcver   tbeir charge is I will  Per ton, $32.00 | correct my bill    to   that amount.   I  Three Star Chop, $1.55 per 100 lbs  therefore amend   my account to the  On April    8th    Mr.    Sutcliffe wrote  the Council as follows:  i The Mayor ancl Council of the City of  Enderby:  Gentlemen: With reference to my  bill for auditing the City of Enderby  accounts for the year 1909, as there  appears to be much doubt in the  minds of your Council as to what a  proper charge is for the work involved as auditor, I would suggets that  you get a figure for the work from  GREAT TRINITY VALLEY  $23  $24  $24  Per ton, ������������������31.00  Bran: $1.05 Der 100 lbs.; ton, $21  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs.  Middlings, $1.20 100 lbs.  Oats. $1.20 per 100 lbs.  Oat Chop, $1.30 100 lbs.  Wheat. $2.15 per 125-lbs  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,  .  Also a full line of Rolled Oats   and  Wheatlets for tabic use.  Free delivery to any part of Enderby.  Terms: Net Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B C.  figure you may be quoted by them  and "withdraw and cancel my account  already submitted.  Re..audit 1910: As I have not heard  from you in reply to my offer of the  6th, I hereby withdraw same, and  hereby submit a figure based as  above on the price for which outside  $26  firms of accountants offer to do  the  $40 j work: ...  $42 j This, I feel, is a reasonable proposition ancl should appeal to any businessman, ancl further, as it is not a  one-sided  proposition,  should remove  Provincial Constable Price returned  last week from an extended trip into  the Trinity Valley. In his rounds,  Mr. Price discovered that thc Valley  is fast filling up with a population of  thrifty, patriotic citizens, and hc  came home strongly imbued with the  desire to see these people given access to the Emlerby-Mabel Lake road.  The settlers of Trinity Valley are  deserving of the Government's most  earnest consideration in connection  with the proposed wagon road and  bridge across thc Spallumcheen.  LEAVING FOR ENGLAND  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.  $34  $24  $16.50 i all doubt   from  your minds that I  am attempting to impose upon you  in any manner whatsoever.  I herewith return cheque and  voucher pending adjustment.  Yours faithfully,     A.  SUTCLIFFE.  *jave  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:  Drc .(.!���������������������������. .Stum!, onk finish, from $11. to $2(1  Sideboards, "       " 15 to  -10  Extension Tables,     "       " !> to   2f>  Dinin������������������ Chair, all  prices  from 75c to fii each  Iron Beds & .Sprinifs. from *\S.i_ to f25.  Mattressw>.   from .....0   to  17.0(1  J'arlor Tables and Stands. 1.50 to 10.00  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  Minute of meeting of April 20:  Letter from M. J. Crehan, char-  jtered accountant of Vancouver, offering to audit the city's accounts at  the end of the year for ?50.00, or if a  'quarterly visit were made at this  sum plus hotel expenses for the time  -spent=in=Ender-.y_^I-t^w-as=decided=to;  : accept the latter arrangement.  I am contemplating retiring from  business and leaving Enderby for  England and desire to sell out my  stock of cloths, trimmings, sewing  machine and tailoring implements.  The same are now on sale at my  shop, corner George and Mill streets.  ���������������������������WM, ELSON. Enderby.  I  .n_.nn_M  Amount city refused to grant home'  i man this year:   .?35.00.  j    Amount city   will pay outside man  : for the same work at the end of this  :year: ?50.00 aiid hotel expenses.  j    Amount that would remain in town  ;if paid to   the   Enderby home owner  'and ratepayer: .$Go.00.  !    Amount that    will remain in town  [ when  paid   to outside man  and  non-  ratepayer: -?15.00 or thereabouts.  |    Amount of loss to Enderby as a rc-  , suit of this transaction��������������������������� ?  We have some good  Cheap  Lumber  which we are selling at prices  From  $5to-$13  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.  GET YOUR SEATS EARLY  FOR  SALE  Seed  Oats  and   Spring Wheat.   My  seed is   No.   1   and   guaranteed   free  'from all noxious seeds.   Special quotation on ton lots.     Apply���������������������������  R.   WADDELL,  Hazelmere Ranch, Enderby.  More and better poultry markets  every year, and more and better  poultry for the markets.  The greatest treat it has ever been  Enderby's good    pleasure to enjoy is  | in store for    it   when   tlie    Juvenile  ! Bostonians   appear   here on the evening of   May   13 th.   in    the musical  j comic  opera    "Berta's  Billions."   It  jis said to be    thc   best   thing these  talented artists    have ever appeared  in, and    they   are   captivating their  audiences    everywhere.      Speaking of  their receht appearance at Lethbridge  the Daily Herald says:   The large audience which   attended    the. Majestic  Theatre   last   evening,    (April   20th)  were given   a   great    treat by those  well-known   versatile   young players,  the   Juvenile Bostonians.   They went  there expecting something good,  but  never expected anything quite so delightful as the musical comedy as put  per thousand  Also small lots of special  stocks which we wish to  move. If you will call  ancl see.us .we_.will name  figures  to    do  business.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  Limited  Enderby B. C  While we are offering these exceptional inducements in Ladies' footwear, we are prepared to give  j"' the Gentlemen important reductions. It will pay you  \ to investigate.  THE POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house: Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  w'VTW.aW '������������������* 1PT ���������������������������_ 1������������������T._������������������ *������������������������������������������������������*____!  _l  If you want to  Buy, Sell or  Trade  A   FARM  A   FRUIT   LOT  A   HOUSE  A   BUSINESS   LOT  or A   BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby_  Vernon, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to me.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L.   MATTHEWS.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  .Enderby  In and out of season  Call Up Robinson  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.  We guarantee it to please.  TEAS--We have some bargains.  WALTER     ROBINSON  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  A Good Line  FOR   EVERYBODY  I  Fop Sale Evepywhepe  ���������������������������!_  1  .  0 7  7)  Thursday, April 28, 1910.  SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  OKANAGAN ELECTORAL DISTRICT  XOTrCE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat objections to the following .names' being retained on tbe Register ot  "Voters for the Okanagan Electoral District have been Hied with me under ��������������������������� this .provisions ol! tlie "Provincial  Elections ���������������������������_ct" and amendments, Viz.:���������������������������     .  No.  : 7  9  11  14  r'   l.'l  20  21  26  29  32  .   -34  35  37  38  ���������������������������11  42  47  4S  56  58  59  C2  67  ���������������������������    ������������������8  C9  70  71  73  74  78  SI  88  89  90  92  94  100  102  106  110  113  114  115  .6  120  126  129  131  132  133  142  144  147  149  NAME  Adams, Clifford .. ...  Adams, Ernest Hope...  Adams,  William  Ezra...  Affleck, James Stewart.  Agnew,  Harry.... ... .. .  Aitkens, Charles' Carroll Colby  Aitchison, Charles ...,......  Aitkens, Clement..   Aitken,   James   Albers,   .Mike   Albers,   Simon   Albers,  .Mathias      Albers,   Peter   Alcock,   William   Alcock, Albert John   Alexander,   William. ...:   Alexander,   William   Allan, William L   Allan,   Thomas   Allison, John Robert   Aimes, B. S   Amer,   Laban '   Anderson,   John   Anderson, Neville Ebdell   Anderson,   Charles  Walter...  Anderson, John Ludwick. ...  Anderson,   Antoine   Anderson, Rockie William.. .  Anderson,: Edmund Arbuthnot  Anderson,   Peter   Andrews; William Thomas...  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   . . r   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      Residence  Profession  Objection  Whyte.  B.  226  227  228  229  233  234  235  238  239  243  244  245  24 8  254  256  35 8  261  264  274  277  281  2S8  289  297  301  302  303  =.306  3 OS  318  320  325  326  ' 32S  331  332  334  335  339  343  34 9  351  358  359  360  361  362  363  364  365  370  375  377  379  380  3S1  ..SG  3SS  .396  39  4 03  405  4 06  4 07  409  412  413  414  415  416  ���������������������������118  419  420  150 Baker, James  152 Ball, Joseph  155 Ball, William Henry.  156 Ball, Samuel  159 Band,   Martin  McKenzie.  160 Ban ford. Fred  161 Banks, Edmund  163 Bannister,  Thomas  Hope.  167 Barber,  Samuel  171 Barker,  Charles  151 Barnet, Janies Mersden   152 Barnett,   William  Welland...  153 Barr, John1"   1S8 Barrie, Charles   190 Barry, Joseph Hanson   197 Basham, Jabez     201 Bathurst,  Frederick Harlev..  202 Baulia,  Nels_   203 Bawden, Samuel George   20S Bayliss, William- ........  211 Beard, Albert John .  213 Beascoby, -Frederick Ernest. .  216 Beatty,   Henry  Walker.".   217 Beatty,  Alexander   ;   220 Beaumont,  Leopold      221 Beck, Alexander  ...........  223 Beckman, Fred     Beckman, Frederick '   Beeson, Edgar Thomas   Beetham, Leonard Charles...  Beliveau, Wilfred      Bell, Lowrie     Bell, Joseph Ferman     Bell, Peter Edmund.   Bell,  William   Robert   Bell, Thomas William   Bellamy, Sydney .. ."   Bennett, Albert Edward....".  Bennett, John  Wesley   Bennett, Richard Owen Greet.  Bentley,  Richard  Irvine.'....  Berrey, 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, William Lawrence   Blackhall,���������������������������John���������������������������-. ..=v.___^_=?v  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   Bqwell, William John   Bowel),  Stephen  Robert   Bowen, Frank William   Bowlsby, Zedeska    Boyer, Weldon Fraser   Boyer, Alonzo Brewer   Bradley, John Joseph   Bradley, Reginald   Bradley, William AVilbert...  Breedon, Frederick AVilliam...  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.......  425 Brown, Hugh William.   4 28 Brown, John .............  429 Brown, John ...'. .'.���������������������������   4 32 Bruce, William Arthur.. .  435 Bruton, James William   4 37 Bryant, Cecil Roland.   ���������������������������138 Bryant, William  ......   440 Bryson, James   4 51 Buker, Wellington  .-  4 53 Bull, Victor Joseph......... .-  458 Bunce, Benton  .-  ,459 Bunce, Joseph E   460 Burgess,  Thomas Ashton.....  4 61 Burke, Patrick Andrew   4 67 Burns, Frank    475 Burrell, Peter .-  4 82 Butchart, Harry   Summerland, Block 454'... ........... . . . .  Penticton, Lot 14, Block 37..........;..  Kelowna, Lake View Hotel.. .....:.......  Penticton,  Lot 33. . ... ......:......   Penticton, West Side Ellis Street.. ..'. .. .-.  Naramata, Blk. 20, Lot 210.............  Vernon, Coldstream  Ranch.......:. .".���������������������������'.;.. .'���������������������������'  Peachland, Lot 47, Blk. 11S-1    Vernon, Gore Street   Lumby, Albers' Farm   Lumby, Albers' Farm   Lumby, Albers' Farm   -iimby,   Lavington   Ranch   Okanagan 'Valley, Lot 20   Penticton, Lots 4 and 5 B. E   Armstrong, C. P. R. Work Car   Lumby, Rani's Horn  Hotel   Enderby, A. Paul's House ,  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Armstrong, C. Schubert's Farm   Kelowna, Wollaston . 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, Killlney   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  S and  9,  Blk.  45,  Subd.  of Lot '455   Rutland, Lot 1, Map 603 \.. .  Kelowna, Lot 4 65, 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 4 55   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, Gabou__'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,  _ohn 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. 5S, 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. 20   Kelowna, Lot 1 7, Blk. 143, Tp. 26   Vernon,  Tronson  Street   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Vernon,   Victoria   Hotel   Kelowna, Glenn Avenue ._. ���������������������������_���������������������������_���������������������������_���������������������������_  Pentictonf__lis'���������������������������Ranch777"."7'.""."777." . 1.  Kelowna, Lake Front   Penticton,  Westminster Ave   Vernon, Ellison Street   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Lumby, Bochler's Farm.-   Enderby, Bogert's Farm   Enderby, George Street ,   Vernon, Royal  Hotel   Farmer      Farmer      Agent      Rancher      Mason   Gentleman      Farm   Hand ....  Rancher      Carpenter      Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Labourer     Farmer      Rancher      Bridgeman     Carpenter    Farmer      Carpenter    Farmer      .Farmer      Labourer   Farmer      Labourer     Painter   Farmer      Teamster   ,  Farmer      Rancher     Logger   . .'.   Rancher    Baker      Printer ��������������������������� ,  Carpenter   Carpenter    Farmer   : ,  Telegraph   OprHr  Farmer      Farmer    '.. .  Labourer     Farmer      Labourer     Labourer      Labourer     Farmer      Fruit Grower  Millman      Millman      Book-keeper   Farmer      Teamster   Plasterer      Labourer     Engineer      Kelowna, Lot 34, Map 204   Okanagan Landing, C. P. R. Lands   Lumby, Bessette's Mill   Jackman, Cherry Creek Mine   Lumby, Boureel's Farm   Vernon, -Victoria - Motel -.-....-   Kelowna,   Bernard   Avenue   Vernon      Vernou, 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 St   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Enderby, A. R. Roger's Boarding House.  Eiiderby,  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. 2G. . .   Okanagan Landing, Bruce's House....;..  Armstrong, D. Graham's Farm   Okanagan Centre, Rainbow Ranch.......  Peachland, Lot 16, Blk. 1184   Vernon, Barnard Avenue   Armstrong, Railway Avenue   Vernon, Cross Farm.   Enderby, Enderby Saw Mill   Enderby, Enderby Saw Mill   Peachland, Lot 24, Blk. 118'4.   Vernon, K. Sweet's Farm, Commonage...  Lumby, P. Ellison's Ranc"h   Salmon Arm, Burrell. Farm   Enderby, S. W.  _ Sec. 14, Tp, 19, R. 9.  Baker      Rancher  Accountant   .  Butcher      Butcher      Plasterer  Farmer      Labourer  . . .'.  Labourer  Rancher  Labourer  Orchardist   ..  Contractor   ...  Labourer  Engineer  Labourer  Labourer  Rancher   '.'...  Miner-   Clerk      Farmer      Nurseryman .  Mill Labourer"  Carpenter  Farmer      Rancher     Rancher     Labourer  Lumberman   .  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Cameron,  Cameron,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Cann, George Brown.. ..  Carefoot, Andrew James.  Carlson, Barnard   ....  487  4 90  492  500  502  511  514  5.15  519  5 25  5 26  5 29  5 30  536  541.  54 2  5 ���������������������������! 3  54 0  5 IS  551  552  553  556  559  5 64  505lCaiison, Charles  500  503  569  573  577  579  5S1  601  602  603  605  606  613  621  622  628  629  633  640  65 0  652  654  656  657  65 8  659  660  661  665  675  679  6S  688  6S9  699  716  729  730  Andrew Graham..  Colin ......   Simon Alexander.  James Donald. ...  John  Murray.. ..  Angus Harry.  Archibald B.. ...  George D... ......  Frank . ...... .. .  John  Clark......  Matthias ........  Carman, George Anson. . .'���������������������������...  Carmicbael,  Duncan  Alfred.  Carnegie, David  . . . _.... .'.-.  Carpenter, Charles  .....:.'.  Carscallen,  Shibley  Goldsmit  Carson, George '.   Carswell, John      Catt, George Clifford   Catt, James   Cavanagh,   William   John...  Chamberlain, Rufus A   Chambers, Edgar Millet. . ..  Chaplin, George     Chatterton, Richard      Cheesman,  John   Reginald..  Childs,. Christopher Thomas.  Chisholm,  Donald   Duncan..  Christian,  Joseph  William ..  Christien,  Alexander   Clark, Thomas      Clarke, George Herbert   Clarke, Albert Gerald :  Clarke, Albert Edward.....  Claughton, Arthur     Claughton,  Milton      Clayton  .Richard. Stopford..  Clayton,  Frank Albert   Clegg, John Arthur   Clement, William James. . ..  Coakwell,  James  Francis...  Cochrane, James     Collicutt,   Jesse Albert.'....  Collicutt, Charles Clarence..  Collicutt, Albert John   Colvin,  Robert     Cook,  William  John   Cooper,  Thomas Arnold. . ..  Copeland, Robert Andrew...  Corbett, David      733 Corbett, Colin     737 Cormack,  Gerald   Frederick..  741Cosens,  Sidney Cornelius...,  48 Cougdon,   Elbert      749 Coughlan, Daniel      753 Covey, William Archibald...  755 Cowan, 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, M. William, Sr   775 Crawford, William      778 Crawford, John  Henry   7S2 Creech, Norrie Alfred   790 Croskell, John AVilliam   791 Croskell, William George....  794 Crouse, Edwin      7 95 Crowe, John Seldon .........  500 Cruikshank, George  ;. .-   501 Cry,  William   SO . Cudmore, Enos . . . ..' "..  09 Cummings, John . ..  S10 Cummings, John ���������������������������   S13 Cuneen, William'   SI5 Cundell, Henry   816 Curran, -William Henry   S17Curnow, Charles Edwin P...  518 Currie, James Hasty   519 Currie,  Samuel  H. .'   Spinks' House. ...  . W. Vi Sec. 17, Tp.   2550.  20, R. 10,  20 ,1 . 9  19, R.  Vernon, Judge  Salmon Arm, S  W.   Gth   M-   Ewing's Landing His Farm, L  Mara, Cadden's  Ranch   Okanagan Landing, Haw's House..  Okanagan Landing, Short's Point. .  Vernon, Coldstream  Street   Vernon, Coldstream Ranch   Vernon,  Coldstream   Estate   Lumby,  Mabel   Lake   Salmon Ann, S.   _  of N.   >/_. of Tp.  W.   Gth   M   Summerliind,   Lot   455   Vernon, A'ernon   Hotel   Silver Creek, His Farm   Enderbv, Part S. E.    _  Sec. 13, Tp  Kelowna, Lot, 122   Enderby,   Enderby   Hotel   Penticton,   Webster's   Mill   Summerland.   Lot   4 55   Enderby,  Enderby   Hotel   Peachland, Lot 4, Blk. 3, 4 90   Vernon, Victoria Hotel   Vernon,  Seventh   Street   Armstrong, Rashdale Farm   Enderby,   Enderby   Hotel   Vernon, Okanagan  llotel   A'ernon, White Valley, Murray's Ranch  Penticton.   Penticton   Hotel   A'ernon, Mara.Avenue   Armstrong, Ashton's Ranch, Creamery  Kelowna, Lot 12, Blk. 13, Map 4 02. .. ;  Salmon   Arm      A'ernon,  Tronson  Street - ,  Lumby, Glencaird      Mabel Lake, Sugar Lake   Lumby, Sadler's Farm, Mabel Lake  Enderby, Deep Creek, N.  '_  S. E.  V*  Sec. 7  Armstrong, Chambers' Farnr. . .".   Salmon Arm    ".   Okanagan Landing, Pt. Sec. 11 and 14, Tp. 13  Nahun, Lot 1292 ".  A'ernon,  A'ictoria  Hotel   Jackman, Cherry Creek Mine ���������������������������.-.  Armstron,  Christian's Ranch   Lumby, Quesnel's Ranch   A'ernon,   Vernon* Hotel   Okanagan Landing, Aberdeen Boat   Enderby,  Cliff Street -,  Rutland, Lot 11, Map 425.  Rc  Penticton, Lot-II, Smith Street   Peachland,  Peachland  Hotel   A'ernon, Shuswap Avenue..'.   Armstrong,. Railway Avenue   Kelowna,  Blackwood's  House _ . ..  Kelowna, Clement's Farm Agent  Okanagan Mission, AVhelan's Ranch Farmer  Vernon, A'ernon   Hotel Farmer  Armstrong, Swanson Road  . Farmer  Armstrong,  1  Mile AVest Farmer  Armstrong, Swanson Road Farmer  Summerland, Lot 427 Carpenter  Peachland,  Peachland   Hotel .' Labourer  Rutland, Lot 43, Map 426 .\ .Rancher  Kelowna, Lot 10, Blk.  64 Rancher  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue Carpenter  A'ernon,. Coldstream  Hotel. . '.   Okanagan Landing, Str. Aberdeen........  Kelowna,  Bredalbane- Ranch   20, Tp. 20, R. 9. . ."  Labourer  Farmer      Farmer      Engine Wiper  .  Boat Builder . .  Farmer      Merchant  Farm Hand . . .  Labourer     School Teacher  Farmer      Clergyman  Labourer     Rancher   Farmer   Labourer  . .  Miller    ".'.  Foreman      Labourer  ......  Logger    "  Boat  Builder. ..  Labourer     Mariner   Farmer   .....'  Hotel  Clerk..'.'.  Farmer      Farmer . . .'". , , t  Hotel Keeper  Labourer   ',  Farmer  Clerk    '.I'.'  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      Salmon Arm, N. E.  .  Okanagan, O'Keefe's  Enderby,  George  St. .... '.   Kelowna, Lot 57 '. :   Kelo.wna, Lot 57 '."   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Creighton Valley,  Hutchinson's Farm  A'ernon, A'ance Street '   Rutland,,Lot 33 ,Map 264   A'ernon,  Pine Street   Vernon, Greenhow's Ranch, Larkin..  Okanagan Mission, Crawford's Farm.  Okanagan Mission, Sec. 29, Tp. 20...  Okanagaii Mission, Crawford's Farm.  Armstrong,  Knob  Hill ;   Labourer  Labourer .  Rancher. ..  Farmer- . .  Labourer .  Mill Hand  Farmer . .  Rancher ..  Rancher ..  Farmer . .  Carpenter ,  Rancher ..  Farmer ..  Farmer . .  Farmer ..  Farmer . .  Farmer . .  Farmer. . .  Armstrong, Creamery Road. . .' Farmer  823 Curtis, Robert  824 Curtis, Elias  S25 Curtis, .John   Hamilton  S2C Curtis, Charles  S27 Curtis,  Harry  S31 Cushman, AVilliam Henry  834 Dacers, Ranulf Harry  '836 Dagg, James Clifton  S41 Dale, Alexander, Jr  S4 5 Dalgliesh, Alex. Warrington  846 Dalrymple, Robert AVilliam.  S4 7Daly, John  S4S Daniels, Josepii Ira  S51 Darcy,  James      S55 Dasnieres,  Rene     S60 Davidson, James Alexander..  S63 Davidson, AVilliam Alexander.  563 Davies,  John    ���������������������������   564 Davies, James      569 Davis, Ephriam James~   570 Davis, Ernest     S74 Davey, Edward Austen ......  S79 Day,  George AVaiter   550 Day, Ephriam Arthur   551 Day,  George      SS6[Doaver, George_Milligaii  ,  '8 S 9peBeckT"I l o wa rd Ludlow   S90  894  901  904  913  917  918  923  927  929  931  934  94 4  -950  951  953  955  959  960  961  905  . 966  967  971  972  973  974  977  97S  995  996  997  1000  1002  1003  1006  .1009  1011  1012  1013  1014  1017  1019  1020  1022  1024  1025  1027  1032  1033  1036  1041  1049  1051  1053  1060  1064  1066  Deeley, Daniel  deLautour, Percival John Deck  Dennison, Fred     Denniston, James, Sr   Desmantels, Arthur      Desrochero, Alphonse ......  DeTremenden, Auguste   .....  Dickson, George James. .....  Didillion',  Louis   .... . . ....'.  Dilley, AVilliam Henry. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������'.'.  Dillion,  Bishop  Percy;......  Dilworth, AVilliam John. ....  Dolierty, .George-Henry; .-....  DolsenrGeorge/Parkerr.rTfi .  Dom, AVilliams ............  Donaldson, Richard- Kennedy.  Donnely, Samuel  ......  Pitt.  Dorval, Rev. Father Dom  Douglas,  John: .........  Douglas, AVilliam  .......  Downton, John  .........  Doyle,  Owen Joseph.....  Doyle, George ..........  Praper, Richard  .... .���������������������������".. .  Dregar, August .........  Dregir, Edward   .. ......  Drew,  Thomas  Driffen, AVilliam  Driggs, Aseal    Duncan, James ...........  Dundas, Thomas George....  Dundas, Frank Leslie.  Dunham,  Thomas  .........  Dunlop,   John  AVilliam.  Dunn,  David  Andrew....  Dunning, Rowland      Dunsmore, Joseph Monteith.  Duteau, Narcisse '.'...  Duteau, Alexander  ... ....';  Dutton, Joseph  .. .........  Duval, Archie Arthur. . .....  Dwyer,  Leo Augustine   Eagle, Edward  Arthur   Eakins, Herbert ....... .:..  Eamo, Laban   Easto,  AVaiter' Warson.  Eastwood, James Herbert...  Ecclestone, Arthur Rosina. .  Edmonds, John Stock   Edwards, AVilliam     Edwards, Frank    Eite,  AVilliam  Mitchell.. ., .  Ellis, Henry Albert,, '  Ellis, William J.ames:......  Ellison, Noel ,.   Ely, AV, R   Emeny, Peter    Empey, James Albert. ..'..'.  1070|Endersby, AVilliam Edward..  1071 Endersby, Henry     Vernon, Victoria Hotel  Vernon, Okanagan  Hotel   A'ernon, Greenhow's Ranch,- Larkin  Kelowna,' Lake A'iew Hotel   Kelowna,-K. L. O; Ranch. ."... ..:'".  Okanagan ,Ldg., Str. Aberdeen'... .  Summerland, Lot 455 ....;.'.':.".. .  Enderby, Cliff St., Lot 18, Blk. 6..  A'ernon, Okanagan Hotel   Kelowna, Bear Ck., P. R. 4983.. ..  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'ernon, Mission  Road   Enderby,  Barnes Addition   Enderby,  Dales'  Farm .',"   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Silver Creek, .S. AV.   M  Sec. 7, Tp. 1 9, R.  A'ernon,   A'ernon   Hotel   Armstrong, Patterson Avenue   Summerland, llotel Summerland. . .".   Kelowna, AV. side Ok. Lake   A'rnon, Okanagan Hotel   Kelowna; AVestbank, Lot 2601   Jackman, Cherry Creek   Penticton, Main  St   Okanagan Ldg., S. S. York   Rutland, Lot G, Map 24 5   Vernon, Lot 35 B, Coldstream   Okanagan, Day's Farm, W. .side Ok. Lake.  Okanagan Mission, Lec.uime Ranch   Enderby, King Edward  Hotel   A'.eriion.-Mara .Avenue.  Engineer  Labourer  Labourer  Engineer  Labourer  Labourer  Farmer  Real Est.  Planerman  Stonemason  Labourer  .  Farmer .. ..  Miller      Farmer   . . ,  Agent.i  267.,  O..  1  Penticton, Lot 3, Subd. h.  A'ernon,  T.  AVood's  Farm '   Vernon,  Coldstream  Estate   Summorland,  Summerland  Syndicate....  Penticton,  Ellis  St .-   Vernon, Railway Avenue   Kelowna, Royal Hotel   Okanagan Mission, DeTremenden's Farm.  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Lumby, Ram's Horn Hotel. ...'   Okanagan Centre, Lot 6, B  Vernou,   Rainbow   Ranch . . .  Rutland. Lot 62, Blk. 14 3. .  Summprland, Blk.  254 3, Lot  Kelowna," Lots 19 and"20   A'ernon,  Okanagan   Hotel   Vernon, Carlvinc Ranch, B. X   Vernon, Barnard Avenue   A'ernon, Lot 2, Blk.  42   Enderby,  Enderby  Hotel   Peachland, Lot 9, Blk. 4S2   Kelowna, Lake A'iew Hotel   Mara, Rothesay Lumber Co   Jackman,  Monashee      Okanagan Mission, Smlth.son Estate.  Rutland,   Lot   50   Vernon, Coldstream St"   Hullcar,  Piatten's Farm   Kelowna, South  Kelowna   llotel   and 22   Caesar's j Farmer  Dundas' Ranch 'Labourer  21.  A'ernon,  A'ernon  Rutland, Lots 7  Okanagaii  Ldg.,  AVestbank, C. P,  Peachland, Lot 5, Blk.  Kelowna, Palace Hotel..............  Penticton, AV. A. McLean's Camp. .'...,  Summerland' .'.   A'ernon,  Pino Street   A'ernon, R. Swift's Farm.. ...... ....,  Lumby, J. B. Doschamp's Farm.   Vernon,  Coldstream  Estate...........  Penticton,  Penticton   Hotel..   Summerland, the Barber Shop.   Summerland, Lot 4, Blk. 45, Ij. 455....  Okanagan Ldg., S. S. York.. .   Vernon, Dewdney Street   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Enderby, Garnett's Boarding House....  Kelowna,  Okanagan Mission   Vernon, Okanagan Hotel. ..... .'.���������������������������   Okanagan Ldg., C. P. R. Track   Okanagan, Greenhow's Ranch   Silver Creek, S. E. % Sec. 30, Tp. IS.. .  Mara, S. E. Vi Sec. S, Tp. 20..   A'ernon,  Mara Avenue   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Summerland, Lot 4SO, Blk. 5.. .'.���������������������������   Armstrong, A. J. McDonald's Farm....  Armstrong,  Rosedale Addition..,;   Vernon,  Lloyd's  Ranch   s'aramata, Lots 17-20, Blk. 67, L. 210.  Brakeman   ...  Farmer '   Nurseryman   ..  Nurseryman   ..  Farmer      Gentleman ..-.  Teamster ....  Farmer .....  Carpenter ....  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Labourer     Left Dist.  Left. Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left. Dist.  Left Dist.  J^eft Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  (Continued.) SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, April 28, 1910.  OK.VXAG.AX ELECTORAL DISTRICT���������������������������Continued.  No.  NAME  Residence  Profession  Objection  No.  NAME  Residence  1.0 72|England. Ernest   1.075|English,   Robert      1076 English, AVilliam  Charles...  1077 Ensor, Charles Thomas   107S Enouy, Frederick   1.0S0 Esson,  Alexander      1053 Etter, Eugene   1054 Etter, Mark'Morale   10S9 Evans,  Frederick      1093 Evans,  Percy J   1094 Evans, Frederick William..  1097 Evans. William'George   1095 Evarts,   Lucius,   Fhilo.   110S Fagg, Frank Charles   1.109 Fail-brother,   Horace  Cecil..  I 1 1 I Falconer .Oswald   .   1 112|Falconer,  Oswald   :>..   1 1 1 7!Faulkni_r, Edwin Gibbs. . ..  111 njFaulkner, Andrew Amos....  1120 Faulkner, .lames  Fornian...  1 122;Favell,   Wilfred   . .-. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  1130[Fonnor, Lawrence Austen...  lKlljFenton,   David   Alexander...  n:U]Feiiwick,   Joseph    ��������������������������� ���������������������������  li:L"ilFerguson,  Frederick     114 0:Ferguson.  John   Henry. . ... ���������������������������  L1 -121Fernie, John   ........ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  114 3|Fessant,   Alwyn   ....-.-   I 1 50|Filler, Alfred   .-'-.   .115tjFinch, Albert  Edward   1153|Fiiilay.   Leslie   William... ..  II 54!Finlay, William Raymond.  ll.-.SIFinlayson, AVilliam Angus.  HG0|Finley,   William   Burton.  45, Fuller Street]  .' 20,' Tp. 20, R.  Lot 4 55,  1162  1163  1166  1169  117-1  11.76  11 SO  - 1.1S1  1132  ll'S 6  11S7  Finucane,   George   Edward.  Fisher, Janies Boyd   Fitzgerald, Gerald Lucius. .  Fleming,  Edward  .   Fleming,  William   Henry.. .  Fleming,  Herbert Lome...  Fletcher,  Harold      Fletcher,  Thomas  William,  Fletcher,. Thomas     Folkhard, William   Folkard,   Fred      1190 Forbes, Alfred Duncan.. . .  ���������������������������1-192 Ford,   George   . . . . ....". .. .  1196 Ford, Guy William Justice.  1207 Foster .Frederick  ..... .V.  l'2'09 Foulds, Alfred'/ . ... :\  1210 Foulis,  Robert   ... . '.-. . . .'. .  121.1 Fowler, Alfred   1213 Fowler, James AVesley. . ..  1215 Fox, Frank  .... .������������������������������������������������������..'. ..  .121.9 Fox, Joseph Sanger.... . .;  1.220 Fox, Frederick Earl. ... .'.".  1.222 Foy, Michael ...'. . .'. .'.'.   1 226 Frank, Jacob Otto.......  1227 Franklin,  Jacob   . .... . . .  ].232|Fraser, John / . . . ..... ..  1234IFraser, AVilliam   .'. ... . . .  12 35 j Fraser, AVilliam Farr_uhar.  123S  1239  1240  12-14  1251  1259  1200  12 63  1273  1274  12 7S  1279  12S-1  1291  1293  1297  131S  1319  1321  1322  1323  1325  1320  132S  1330  1334  1337  134 2  13-13  134 4  134 5  13 5 3  1.354  1.35 0  1.  13 J! 5  1.369  1.370  1373  1374  137-7  Fraser, Leon Bruce   Fraser, Alexander Melvin.  Fraser, Donald      Frazer.  AVilliam   Jacob...  Frei,  AVilliam   Joseph. . . .  Fritz,   Silver      Frost.  Jobn      Fuller,  Lorenzo .Murray. ���������������������������  Gage,  Arthur  Ewart   Gagen,   Richard      Galbraith,     Richard   : William  Stavely      Gallagher, Joseph   .... ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������  IGammon,   John   llatiod   Cutb  bert      Gardiner, Stewart     Garnett, Edmund      'Garnett George Franklin   Gellet, George.  William   Gelsthorpe, Bernard     George, Philip James Wynne.  George, AVilliam      George, Milton      Gerrard,  Robert  Lewis   Gerrard,  Robert  Lewis   Gibb, Jabez     Gibberson,  Cbipman  H   Gibson, Augustus   ...........  .Gibson, Joseph      Gilian,   John   William   Gill, William Raymond. .-...���������������������������  Gillard,  Frederick Joseph. . . .  Gillard, John   Henry   Gilmore, Paul      Gilsomo.   Anthony      Girvin, Richard      Gladwin,  Gilbert.   Harrison. . .  JGlennie.  Harry Alexander   Goddard,  James   Whitfield . . .  Goddard,   Edward Arthur   Godfrey,  Richard   Ernest   Godson.   Arthur      Godwin. Janies  .[Rutland, Lot-25, Map 425.  .iEnderby, Stanley Street...  ��������������������������� jVenion, Lots 3 and 4, Blk.  .lOyania, The Railroad   ��������������������������� jSalmon Arm, S. AV.  "_   Sec  ��������������������������� iA'ernon, Midmar Ranch.....  ��������������������������� iEnderby, Cliff St   .jA'ernoii. North  Street   .[A'ernoii.  Seventh   Street   ��������������������������� ���������������������������jPenticton. Smith Street.....  .[A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel...  .iArmstrong,   Armstrong   Hotel  ��������������������������� [Penticton,  Rigsby   Street. .. .  ��������������������������� [Peachland, Lot 1, Blk. 3. 490  ������������������������������������������������������Hlilton, .Pre-emption   5203...  ������������������������������������������������������[A'ernon. Coldstream  Hotel...  ���������������������������.[Armstrong,"Armstrong Hotel.  ��������������������������� ���������������������������[A'ernon, B. X.  Ranch   , -'Enderby, Vernon Road   ��������������������������� ���������������������������[Summerland, Lot 3194   ��������������������������� -jPontic .on,   Martin   Street. . . .  ��������������������������� ���������������������������jStimmerlaiid, Lot 1-4, Blk. 54  ��������������������������� -i.Armstrong, Armstrong  Hotel   ������������������������������������������������������[A'ernon, Coldstream   Ranch......  ������������������������������������������������������jEnderby(  Roger's Boarding House   ��������������������������� -[A'ernon, Coldstream   Ranch.  .".  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� i Armstrong, ,Bolt's  House   ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������Suninierland, Lot 4SS, Bll . 12.   ���������������������������vVernon, Tronson Street. . ..   ��������������������������� ���������������������������jllilton. His Pre-emption . . . ..���������������������������;. ........  ��������������������������� ���������������������������|Peiiticton,  Lot  53,. .". ���������������������������   ��������������������������� ���������������������������',Penticton   . . . . ...   ��������������������������� -[Kelowna. Palace Hotel.. . ..  .  ���������������������������'���������������������������jVernon', Barnard Avenue. . ....;'. .";"..'".'.".".  ��������������������������� -[Vernon, Coldstream  Estate.... .........  ��������������������������� ���������������������������iKolowna, Fisher's Farm ................. .  ��������������������������� ���������������������������lOkanagan Centre, Rainbow Ranch.. ... .'-.  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� j Armstrong.   Armstrong' Hotel. . ...........  ��������������������������� -lOkanagan .Mission, Lot 29 .....   ��������������������������� ��������������������������� I Kelowna, Mission' Road. . .... .....'-. . .'.���������������������������'���������������������������'.-_ ".-;  ������������������������������������������������������|Armstrong,: Fletcher's Farm.. .. .... :. . .-.'.  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� I.Armstrong, 1 Mile West.-.'...... r. .   'Armstrong, Patterson Avenue... . .. .. ..-.-."-..-,  Enderby, Mara Road. . ...... ......... .���������������������������.--.  Enderbv.N  .   E.   Vi   Sec.   lS.Tp.   19,  R.   S  W. 6th M........ . ... ... ......... .. . . .'.-���������������������������,  .Enderby, Armstrong Road. ... .���������������������������..,. .....  ��������������������������� j.Vernoii, .Greenhow's; Ranch, Larkin.:. .. . . .  ���������������������������jNahuii, MacNair's Farm. .. . "���������������������������'.���������������������������...'-.-.. . .. .;. . ./-,  ���������������������������jPenticton, East Side Ok. Lake. . ..-..:.  ���������������������������[Enderby. Knight Street. ;���������������������������'.- . ... ..:. .._-.-.  ' .Nahun,' Pre-emption   4976. . .'. .-. ... .-. . ... .".  ���������������������������[Armstrong,!His Farm, A'ernon Road.. ...'..'./  ���������������������������[Ewing's Landing, Short's Point:. ... ......  ���������������������������[Okanagan Ldg.. S.' S. Aberdeen. . ... .7  ���������������������������]A'ernoii, Barnard Avenue.. .. .............  ���������������������������[Vernon, Lake Drive Avenue. . ..:...... ;:...  ���������������������������jVernon, Okanagan   Hotel ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������! Vernon, Okanagan Ldg. Road..... ... . . ..."  Enderby, Enderby. Saw'Mill. .'." .-..'.;������������������������������������������������������  Okanagan-'Mission, P. Ellison's  Enderby.  Cliff  Street. .-.. . . . .  Armstrong, AVood, Cargill Blk...... ...  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue. . ..:'. ...  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue..... ...  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue. ... ....  Mabel Lake, Sugar. Lake... ...... -... .  Enderby, One -Mile AVest/. .. . ....  .Okanagan Mission, Sec. 5,' Tp. 26. .  [Okanagaii,Mission, Benvoulin Hotel  Vernon,/ Seventh   Street:. .,.:. ���������������������������.. .;-.-.'..  Okanagaii Ldg., Str. Aberdeen  Kelowna,'K.-L. O  Rancher  ........  Farmer      Labourer  . . .  Rancner     Farmer      Carpenter ...... .  Machinist   ......  Engineer    ,  Painter      Rancher  .. .<   Carpenter ......  Farmer      Engineer   ......  Rancher   ..... . .  Farmer      Farmer      Labourer   ......  Farmer      Lumberman  Farmer   .......  Labourer   . ���������������������������.-'.. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Plasterer   ......  Engineer   ......  Farmer   . :.'...".  Labourer   ......  Farm Hand  Clergyman      Fruit Grower   . .  Labourer   Farmer   . . . . . : ���������������������������  Farmer   .'. ./. . . ���������������������������  Fruit Grower  ....  Carpenter   .'....  Photographer   . ���������������������������  Labourer   . . .-.,,'-.  Farmer      Rancher     Liveryman      Farmer      Rancher     Farmer      Produce  Shipper  Labourer      Farmer      Farm.  Left  Left-  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left-  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left.  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Lert  Left  Left  Lert  Left  Left  Left  Bench, Lot 61.  Larkin.  44 a;';���������������������������'Lot '155.  l"3S41Goliglitly, AVilliam -Henry.  " iam Henry.  13S  13S6  1..S7  1.3SS  13S9  1393  1397  13 9S  14 00  14 01  14 02  14 1 0  1-111  1114  1-117  142S  I -13 3  14 3 4  1-13 5  .__!_���������������������������! 3.7  Goligluly, Wil  Gomm, John      Good,   Robert   Wiley   [Coodall, John Emerson. . .  Goodman,   Cyril      Goold. Frederick Charles.  Gordon. Robert George. . .  Gordon, Henry Laing. . . .  Gordon,  James  Harold. . .  Gordon/James      [Gordon,  John      Cough,  Henry William. . .  Gourd/-.Archibald      Gourlev, .lames  Murray...  'Graham.  David'.McGregor.  Grant,  Adam      Gr'assie.   William      Gray,  Edward  George. . . .  ��������������������������� Gray,'Thomas Cook   Gray,. Samuel      ���������������������������14 4 1  14-17  14 52.  /1.4 54jGreeiiici  John.  Francis.  Gray, "George   .". . ."  Green.-'Thomas   A.  Greenfield,   William  Andrew .  115 51Grenwood,  Arthu r  !457jGn.  nwood.   Hubert  II 61 iGreman, -George      14 04!l!reive.   Alexander   McDonald  146G|GrilIln, John   Henry   MOSjGriflith,  Henry     1-lOOIGrinios. Elmer Lorenzo   1 4 72',Groose.   Arthur   Giiynn   1 .t73'Grosdnle. James  W   1 IT .f.intnni'Mt.   Richard      .T77;Gruy<->lle; Joseph Louis. .-.-. .  MSOiGiiest, Alfred James, Jr. . . .  1483.'iurnoy.   Arthur   Geriird. . . .  -14 S3 It! list. -Edwin  John   MSSilladtlow.  Reginald   lllUlllagaii. James . .   1 ���������������������������l!i...iH������������������lni-.i.   Edward   1 inoilair. Thomas     1 l!>7��������������������������� Ilairc.  Oscar  Wall  1 I. Sillnirlin, Joseph   . .  |..t)i.:lhilnood. Richard  15051 Hall.  Edgar Willi  151-1 Hamilton.   Linus  "1.. 1 r> 111 ;i in tn i.. _-h1 c������������������y.  Guy  15 1 (j) I lit in |>t oti,  Robert  |  l.'i2o!llaiin," Robon   William.....  I 52 11 Hanson.  AVilliam   Rastricks.'.  I526;llardmtiii,  Harold     l527|llardio. Charles   153li!l lardy, Tlionuis   I 53 11 Hardy.  Archie   |535illarragiin. John  llarcourt. . . . .  . |.536!l'Iiirrington,   Charles   Henry...  Inrris,  Gordon   Alanson   [Harris,  Percy Edwin   i11arrison. .Alfred Fryer Hyde..  '[Harrison,  Jackson      [Harrison, John Henry Whitfield  ���������������������������r. ���������������������������  .  li'-nry   urn. ...... ���������������������������  I'.asi'omb. . .  l-'n'<l(-rick..  Herbert. . . .  Vernon.  Mission   Road   Jackman, Cherry Creek Mine....  Penticton, Smith  Street   Summerland    ,��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Silver Creek, Garnett s 1'a. m ... ���������������������������  Varamata. Lots 14 and lu. 21.U. . .  Armstrong. Greenhow's Ranch . . .  OkanagaaLdg.. S.S.Aberdeen...  Vernon. Coldstream   Hotel   Penticton. Lot -IS. Old Town   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Kelowna, near Bear Creek   Kelowna,. Palace Hotel   Kelowna,   Bernard   Ave   Enderby    ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Vernon,  Coldstream   Hotel   Enderby. Sicamous St. .   iNah'un. Lot 10. Subd. 2..   .)   Enderby, Knight Street. ..... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Vernon; Gillard's Ranch   Railroad  ISalmon Arm, Sunnysulo Ranch...  [Okanagan Ldg., Str. Aberdeen   .  Armstrong.  Grccnhows  Ranch,  Enderby,   Enderby   llotel   Edgowood, Fire Valley....  iSunimerland. Lots 1-L, B1K.  Vernon,  Coldstream   Ranch   Enderby,   Enderby  Hotel..   liickman, Cherry Creek Mine.  A'ernon,  Vernon   Hotel   Vernon.  Barnard  Avenue......  lEnderbv, Salmon Arm Road...  Siiderby. Salmon Arm Road...  A'ernon.  Seventh   Street   Vernon. Barnard Ave. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� "  Enderby, King Edward - olG . .  Enderby, King Edward   Hotel..  Kelowna      Kelowna, Bernard Ave. . . . . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  iVornon, Coldstream Subd. .i-ia.  Kelowna,  f.ot 4S5. Blk. 12   Vernon,-, Long   Lake.   Peachland. Boarding House...  Penticton. Martin Street....-  Mabel Luke. Procter's Ranch.  Kelowna. S. \V. V, Sec. 32. 1 p.  Armstrong. Pleasant Valley.- .  Lumby. Lumby Saw Mnl   Vernon, Victoria   Hotel   Enderbv,   Enderby   Hotel   Armstrong,  Patterson  Avenue.  Armstrong.   Beep  Creek. . .. . .  ^u mTrierl'. fr'r. Ito"t=-3-. 15i k. =4-1>h-I >���������������������������  Vernon, Coldstream   Hotel. . . .  Vernon. Coldstream   Hotel. . .  .uiiiby. Smith's Camp, Mabel  Hullcar.  Deep  ("reek. .   .Okanagan  Centre.  Rainbow   Vernon.   Vernon   llojcl      Sumnierliiiid.  Lot   176   Vernon,   Seventh   Street . . . ��������������������������� :   Kelowna.   Clovordale.   Lot   1;>   Okanagan Landing. C. P. R- ���������������������������_��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������; ��������������������������� ;;���������������������������  Okanagan   Landing, Pre-emption  ..S.i..  Vernon.  Coldstream   Ranch   Benvoulin.-Okanagan  Mission   Okanagan   Mission.-Okanagan   Vernon,  Barnard  Ave. . .   Vernon. Coldstream  Hotel   Kelowna.  Lake  View  llotel   Liinibv   .Coldstream   Estate   Vernon.   Mara   Avenue..   Vernon.  Coldstream   Ranch..   Kelowiia,  E. Conkling's Ranch   Kelowna,  Lake Front   Armstrong,   Armstrong   Hotel   Vernon,   Mission   Road .....���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Kelowna.   Pendozi   St. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������?��������������������������� ���������������������������  Okanagan  Landing. Sproul s  Ldg. . .. ���������������������������  Peiilleton.  Ellis  Ranch ..... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Okanagan   Ldg..  Hamptons  Ranch  No  Ass't.  29.  AL.  Lake  Farmer   . . . ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Mill 'Hand ;....-..[  Farmer   ...  Trapper   . . . ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Rancher  .../.'.'  Labourer  Farmer   ..������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������  Farmer   . :. ��������������������������� .  Farmer   ....:. .  Fireman   ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Stenographer -  Merchant   . . .-  Miner   . .".-.-'��������������������������� ���������������������������  Marble Cutter  Labourer -.... ..  Labourer  Printer   ... ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Dentist "... ..."���������������������������  Contractor   ..;  Contractor ���������������������������'.-..  Contractor ���������������������������..'���������������������������.y.  Rancher   ....  Plumber   ... ���������������������������  Farmer   . ......  Labourer ; ;'.'  Clerk'-/.'.'./.-.'.-  Steward ... ���������������������������.  Farmer   ....  Farmer   . ..  Labourer  .  Merchant   .  Blacksmith  Farmer  Surveyor's  Labourer   . ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Labourer   . . .  Clerk   Fruit Grower  Carpenter   . .  Farmer  Farmer   ..���������������������������;  Fruit Packer  Sawyer     Clerk      Labourer . . .  Rancher  Engineer . .-.  Farmer ....  Labourer . . .  Fireman ....  Farmer ....  Lumberman .  Farmer   ....  Clerk   Labourer   . . .  Checker C.  Miner      Labourer ,   Labourer ".....  Teamster      Teamster      Alason      Watclv Maker   .  Labourer     Labourer      Farmer      School   Teacher  Farmer      Merchant  Teamster   Labourer      Carpenter    Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Milt Hand  Carpenter    Rancher      Store Mgr   Farmer      Electrician-  Labourer  Labourer  Logger   .  Farmer  P. R.  26. . .  Farm,  I 5 37  1539  15-13  1 5 4 -1  154 5  I 54 7j Harrison,  1 51 Sj Harrison,  I 54! .Harrison,  1 552-llarrison,  bury .  Hart wig,  Harvey. .  Hastings,  Hatch,  |..7fiiliaiigli  15S0!llavill,  Charles      Thomas      John  Frederick   Arthur   Ellis   Ames  Auguste      ames      Harold      Sidney  AVilliam.  William   George  Henry    1 5S|i|lawiirih, .lames Daniel.  15S3Mlawk<. ..  William   .....  15 5S  15H4  1571  15 72  ir.s-i;  1.585'  !5SSi  15S9  l.V.HI  iwkiiis, John      lawkins, Henry     lawthorne, George ....  layden, Ashley Seymour  laydeii,   Ashley      .���������������������������.���������������������������.  3!lfl0  Whiteman's Creek   Vernon,  Langill Street    Vernon, W. Side Ok. Lake    Kelowna, The Pines   Rutland,  Lots   IS-Hl,  Map 4  Armstrong, Lot 2, Blk.  114.  Okanagan  Mission  Hardy's  Salmon Arm, on His Farm. . . .  Enderby,  George Street   Vernon,  Pleasant.  Valley  Road  Vernon, South  Street   Lumby, C. Bonneau's Farm...  Armstrong, Pleasant Valley !  Armstrong, Old Vernon Road   I Armstrong, Pleasant Valley   A'ernon, Barnard Avenue   Armstrong, Capt. Wallace's Farm, Lansdown.  Rutland. Lot 4 9, Map 264   Lumby. Mabel Lake, on W. A. Sigalit's Farm  Kelowna,  Bernard Avenue   Vernon, Pleasant Valley Road   Penticton,  Lake Shore  Road   Vernon,   Barnard   Avenue   Vernon, Okanagan   Hotel   A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel   V'r.rnoit, Vernon   llotel   Vernon, Vernon  1 lot ol.   Armstrong, Hawkins" Farm   Peaclilliiid,   Deep  Creek  ..  Endfrtyy,  George Street   Entlorljy,  Klti','  Edward  Hotel    .  Labourer  Labourer ..'...  Stableman   . . .  Labourer  C. P.'R. Clerk,  Labourer  Nursery in a n   .  Grocer      Farmer   .... .  Farmer      Rancher  ...  Bank Clerk  Rancher  .. .  Rancher  ...  Rancher   ...  Merchant   . .  Farmer   . . .  Farmer   ...  Labourer   ..  Journalist   .  Farmer   ...  Labourer   ..  Farmer  Farmer   ...  Farmer   . ..  Clerk      Farmer   .. .  "Rancher ,..  Farmer .. .  Brickmaker  Labourer . ���������������������������  Gentleman  Clerk ..'...  Labourer . .  Machinist .  Labourer ..  Labourer '.'.  Butcher . ,.  Teamster ..  Labourer . .  Lumberman  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dii't.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  1600  1601  1612  1.616  161.7  1619  1625  162S  1630  1631  1633  1591|Hayden,  Syden   I 159S|Haynes, Edward Bailey . ....  Haynes, John   . . . .   Haynes, Jacob      Healy, Edmund Fitzgerald...  Heatbcote, Frederick   -  Heath, John   Hedman, John AVilliam   Heller, Fred Stewart   Hemsworth,  Lancelot   .......  Henderson, Colin McPherson.  Henderson, John     Henkson, Aubrey Lisle   lenson,  Gordon   Hepburn, John AA'eldon   Heriot, Allan Douglas. ......  Herrman,  John  Afram......  Hes'peler,  Alfred  Al-Minius. . ,  Hetherington,   Harry Ashton.  Hewlett,  Alfred   . . .   Hilderman,   Fred   Hill, Amos    .Mill,  William  David.   Hill, William Verney   Hill, Charles   1670jllill, George   . . .   107 4 j Milliard,   Wilmot   Brock.. . . .  1675|Hillier, Edward  . . .-   1679|Hinton,  Charles   l6S4|Hitchcock,   Herbert   16SS Hodgson, John  AVhittan.. .. .  1690JHodson, John   169i|Hody,  Reginald   ...'.   1702|Holtb"y, AVilliam  Thomas.. . . .  George    AVaiter Allan.......  AVilliam   .7..".".,.."'.".".  1G35  1036  164 2  1645  164 6  1650  1653  1660  1062  1664  1666  160S  Profession  Objection  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist. .  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist. ;���������������������������'  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  LeftDist.  Left Dist.  Lett Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist..  Left Dist.  Left.Dist. /  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  LeftDist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist./  Left Dist.  Left Dist.:  Left Dist.  Left Dist.'  Left Dist.  Left-Dist.:/  Left Dist.-,  LeftDist./  Left Dist."  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist:  LeftDist-  Left Dist.  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LLeft__i__,  Vernon,  Enderby,  Enderby,  Enderby,  Enderby,  1703|Holtby,  1.705|Holton,  1706 Homley,  1707  1.70S  L712  1714  1.71S  1720  1724  1725  1727  172S  1730  1.733  1734  17 35  1730  173S  1739  1742  1.74S  ���������������������������17 oO  [1756  17 57  1770  1771  1774  1776  17 S3  17S4  17S5  1.794.  17951  1S05  IS 16  ISIS  1S19  1S20  1S22  1S26  1S'29  IS 30  1S36  1.39  1S40  '.1841  1.S44  IS45  1S52  IS 54  1S57  1S59  ���������������������������-1S61.  1S63  -1S64  IS 69  IS 71  ������������������������������������������������������IS 7.3  ���������������������������1.S75  'IS 7-7  /187S  ISSl  :iSS3  Honeysett,  Robert   ..........  Honsberger, Jasmin D   Hoover, Charles Daniel. . ......  Hoover, George Kelson. ......  Hopgood, Charles   Hanbury. . .  Horn, George   . .... .........  Hosier,   Alfred   . ......... .  Houle, Ernest .... .:.. ;/'....  Houser, Charles Ernest. ....  How, Walter Henry..". .���������������������������'.'.......'  Howard,   Marshall   ..........  Howe,  AVaiter  ..:..-. .........  Howe. Charles Fox. . ....  Howie, James  .........:.. .-..'.  Howie, George Alexander   Hoy,  Alexander   .... . .....-.:'.  Hubber, Charles Edwin.. . . . . '.  Htiddlestoiie,  Cecil Jervoise.. .  'Huffman, AVilliam George.....  Hughes, Ernest Gordon: . .. . .  Humphrey,  Scott   . . ... . . ..--.',  Hunfjord, John J. .���������������������������':': :. . . .:-.'���������������������������  Huntley. Albert E. . . .........  Huntley,   Benjamin   ,.......,  Hurren; James  W ,..'. ���������������������������  Hurtloy, John I-leury. . .. ....  Httth,  Harold   .... ....... ::.  Hutton,, George Frederick....  Hutton,  Ernest  Edward.-'.  Immil,  John   . . .:.:..:. .:..-.  Inch, Georg:e  Tp. 2 0, Range  Hotel   H.  _ ke.  [A'ernon,  A'ernon,  A'ernon,  A _ rnon.  A'ernon,  A'ernon.  Irvine, William Janies. ..  jJacques,  James Belton..  James, Charles Francis. ��������������������������� ..'. /.  James/Henry Benson.". ...  James, William Nisbett Gordon  James, Albert Leonard. ... ...  Jameson, Nathaniel   ..... .. .-.  Jarman, Arthur Herashia .. .-.'.  ;Jellard," Gordon  Geddes. . .. :>  Johnson, AVilliam James. .... .  Johnson/John   .....:. : .  Johnson, [George Alexander.:.  Johnson,  Fred :..;./;. . .[.:'.-". .'.'  Johnson, AVilliam James.'.'.';'-.  Johnson, James Foulds. . ...  [Johnson.  George  Alfred. /. V. .  Thomas   ......"'.  James William   James Mechin   Charles 'Moore   William   Lloyd   Albert. Edward   Samuel      William: James   David Brown   Johnston,  Johnston,  Johnston,  Johnston,  Johnston,  Johnston,  Johnston,  ; Johns t on._  Jolinstbiie,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones.  Jones,  Jon.es,  ISSOJJones  IS 89  1S90  1S9 3  1S94  IS95  -1S96  1S97  1900  ,1.907  191.0  1.915  1916  1920  1922  1923  1926  1927  1930  1932  1934  193S  1943  194 4  194 5  1947  1954  1955  1950  1.95S  Jones,  Jones,  '.Tories,"  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Schoolmaster   . .  Gentleman  Millman      Labourer   .....  Elec.   Engineer.  I .akeman   .-.-...  Farmer. ... ���������������������������_���������������������������  Farmer   ......  Carpenter .. ....  l'>imiui\7._.-'._.__.'-'..  Machinist  ...  Mill  Hand      Labourer  Left  Left  Left.  Left  Loft  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  .eft  Left  Left.  Loft  Left  Left  Left  Loft  Left  Left.  Left.  LeH.  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  [=1 _.6_iKing  1965|Kinnon.  lohn Theodore. . .; .  Ernest Aubrey   William v.Alor.ley.. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Owen    .-  James Gilbert   John      Thomas Moor   Ira C   Harvey James   William      Levi Charles   Thomas   AVilliam. . .  Ormund     Judson, Frederick Henry- ���������������������������  Kealev, Elward Sylvester..  Keddi'c.  Caspar  Haliburton.  Kellv,  Robert Warren   Kelly, Harry     jKelso, Robert   Kendall,- John     Kendrew,-AVilliam     Kennedy, -Lome      Kennedy. Murray   Kent, Joseph      Israel   George Albert   Job n ������������������������������������������������������Kennedy.   Thomas Cockburn. . .  Jess   Joseph      David      Kent,  Kent,  Kerr,  Kerr,  Kerr.  Kershaw,  Keswick,  Kincaid. James .  Kin do n.   William  all      King, John Henry.. .  King.   Sidney   Charles-  Ed ward   Fox-  Armstrong, Poole's Farm   Enderby, NL E. Vi Sec. 28, Tp. 12, Range 8. .  Okanagan -Mission, Haynes' Favm, Benvoulin  [A'ernon,  Maple Street, . .   Okanagan Mission, Healy's F_arm   Armstrong, Heachcote's Farm. .   A'ernon, Railway Avenue   Hullcar,  Deep  Creek   A'ernon, Victoria Hotel.   Penticton,   Ellis. ���������������������������   Armstrong,   Okanagan   House   A'ernon,  Greenhow's Ranch   Kelowna,  Pendozi  Street.   A'ernon,   A'ictoria   Hotel. . .   Kelowna, Sec. 22, Tp. 26, Okanagaii Mission  Vernon,  Long  Lake   Okanagan Mission, Sec. 12, Tp. 26..  Summerland, Block 61, Lot 4 55. . . .  Salmon Arm, Canoe Creek   Armstrong,  Railway Avenue..   Armstrong, Okanagaii Street   i.Armstrdng, Main Street. . . .   Armstrong. Brightlea Ranch   Vernon,  Maple Street   Okanagan  Ldg., Thompson's Ldg...  Penticton.  AVebster's  Mill. . ...:���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A'ernon.  Seventh  St.........   Coldstream   Ranch.   King Edward  Hotel. .....  King Edward  Hotel   Saw" Mill Boarding House.  Enderby  llotel   Summerland,  Lot 50S-   Armstrong,  Railway Avenue   Armstrong,   Railway Avenue   Vernon,   Seventh   Street   Salmon Arm, S. E.   VS   Sec. 2  10, AV.  6th  M    Okanagan Centre, Ok. Centre  Vernon, B. X.  Ranch   Armstrong, Patterson Avenue. .  Armstrong,  Patterson Avenue..  Xahun,  Miller's  Ranch   Armstrong. Railway Avenue...  Okanagan Centre, Lot I. Block  Peachland. Lot 1 0, Block 490..  Armstrong. Okanagaii Street. . .  Okanagan Ldg.. S. S. Okanagan  A'ernon, Howard's Farm, Long 1  A'ictoria  Hotel   A'ictoria   Hotel   Pine Street   Pine Street   Coldstream  Ranch   Fuller Street   [Summerland. Lot 455   Kelowna,   Harris . Street   Penticton, B. C.  Hotel   A'ernon.  Barnard  Avenue   Kelowna,  Royal   Hotel   Armstrong,   Huntley's ...."arm.   Armstrong.   l-luntley"s   Farm . . ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"  Deep Creek. X. 13. VI  Sec. S, rlp. 19, 1 . 9  Kelowna,   Ethel   Street   Penticton.  Lot  59   A'ernon,  Victoria Hotel   Summerland. Blk. 20. Lot 4.4   Kelowna,   Pendozi  Street ���������������������������   Armstrong, Main Street   Kelowna, Palace Hotel   Penticton,.-Main' Street   acknian, Cherry Creek   Enderby.  Cliff  Street   Short's Point      A'eriion  ,12 th  Street   Armstrong,- Rosedale  Avenue   Enderby;' King Edward  Hotel   Penticton,  79-SO      Kelowna. Lot 4S   Hullcar, Deep Creek    Armstrong, Armstrong  Hotel. .   ���������������������������Vernon'. Okanagan Landing Road   Salmon Arm, Johnson"s Farm   Enderby, Lots 1 to S, Blk.   Kelowna, Palace Hotel   Vernon;  Tronson  Street     Summerland, Lot 9, 4 i9   Lumby, Lumby Hotel   Penticton,-Ellis  Street   A'ernon;/Mission  Street. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Luinbv, Smith's Lumber Camp. Mabel  Penticton. The B. C.  Hotel   Kelowna,   Glenn   Avenue      Armstrong,   Wolfenden  Blk. r   Vernon.  Barnard Avenue   Vernon? Barnard Avenue   Armstrong, Fletcher Avenue   Kelowna. Palace Hotel   Kelowna.   Bankhead  Ranch.......���������������������������  Okanagan 'Mission.   Pre-emption   Vernon,  Maple Street ���������������������������_  Enderbv. E. Smith's  House   Enderby.   Mill   Street..   Vernon,   A'ictoria   Hotel   Kelowna. Bernard Avenue   Kelowna,  A'ernon   Road   Armstrong, Patten's Farm      Lumbv, L. Christien's Hotel   Vernon, Coldstream  llotel   Vernon. Mara Avenue.   Armstrong, C. P. R. OOice..   Armstrong. C. P. R- ^\������������������rk Cm   Nahun. Lot 16. Reid  Ranch   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Kelowna: Water Street. . .. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Lumbv, Smith's Camp, Mabel Lake. .  Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch   Vernon.  Coldstream Hotel. ��������������������������� ���������������������������'���������������������������   Penticton,/Smith  Street   Penticton, Smith  Street -  A'ernoii, Langill Street   Kelowna,  Kerr's Ranch. . . ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  South Okanagan.  Bellview  Hotel..  Lumby, Moran's Hotel.   Enderby. King Edward Hotel   Kelowna,  Parkdale      Farmer  Printer   ..'....  Farmer   ......  Farmer   ......  Farmer   .... .  Farmer '.'....  Carpenter  Rancher     Teamster  Labourer  Vet.  Surgeon.  Labourer   I. ..  Farmer   ....,  Farmer   . .. . ,  Farmer   . . . ."���������������������������'.  Farmer  Miner   ......  Fruit  Grower  Rancher  ....  Janitor     Millman ".. . . .  Labourer   ....  Labourer   . . .  Carpenter   . .  Farmer  Millman  Printer   .   Farm Hand. .  Logger      Lumberman   .  Labourer   . . .  Farmer   .. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Rancher  Miller      Carpenter   . .  Carpenter   . .  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  LeftDist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Lake.  AV. illiam-James.. =  1966|Kipp  Dan  .George  Farmer      Labourer ....  Fruit Grower .  Farmer      Farmer      Gentleman   . .  Merchant   . . .  Livery St'ble Prop  Labourer   ....  Butcher      Freight Clerk  Farmer      Contractor   . .  Logger      Carpenter ....  Carpenter ....  Teamstor ....  Carpenter ....  Rancher     Rancher     Teamster   ....  Farmer      Labourer  ....  Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Labourer   ....  Fruit Grower  Labourer  ....  Fruit Grower  Farmer      Carpenter   . . .  Carpenter   . . .  Merchant   . . ���������������������������  Cook      Farmer   ....  Rancher  Carpenter .. .  Carpenter ...  Logger      Rancher  ....  Farmer  Farmer  Builder   ....  Carpenter .. .  Farmer     Millwright   . .  Bricklayer  ..  Plumber  ....  Fruit Grower  Machinist   . .  Horticulturist  Farmer  Logger   ......  Engineer   . ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Teacher   ....  Mill Foreman  Baptist Clergyman  Agent      Baker      Labourer      Farmer   ������������������������������������������������������   Farmer      Rancher     Builder      Carpenter      Labourer      Gentleman      Rancher     Farmer      Painter      Teamster      Clerk      Telegraph  Operfr,  Bridgeman   . ... ��������������������������� .  Farmer     Agent      Carpenter      Logger      Farmer      Labourer      Harness  Maker. ..  Saddler      Gentleman      Rancher     Farmer      Rancher     Lumberman   ....  Carpenter   1967  196S  1974  19S0  1997  Kirbv, William Upton   Kirk", Gerald Arthur   Kirkup. John     Knight.   Ernest   Stremmell.  Kori, Jacob  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left.  Lert  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Lert  Left  Left  Lett  Let't  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Lert  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Dist.  Dist.  Dist:  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  1!)9!iiKrausnian, Andrew   2000|Krempo,   Charles      2001 iKrinkc. Albert Robert. ..  2005!_acey, Harry    2007|Lafrague, Pierre   20l4jLainont,   Duncan      lOI5';Land,   Walter      ansdown,   William'".".". ���������������������������  . a pa re, Arthur   Lapwort.li. Alfred James.  Law,   Everett      Law,  Henry McArthur. . .  Lawes,   Francis Richard.  Penticton, Vanhinier Street   Vernon, Langill Street   Kelowna. Lot 3, Blk. s   Enderby,  Cliff   Street...... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  EmlWlJvrSfvwmill^Boarding-lloube^.-.,.  Vernon, O'Keefe's Ranch   Kelowna. 'Bankhead  Farm. .   Kelowna, Barnes Bros.   Ranch   Armstrong, Okanagan Street   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel. ... ... ,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Salmon Arm, _. W. M  Sec. 12. lp..-0.  Kelowna, Cigar Factory.. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Armstrong.   Bowell's   Farm.. . .'��������������������������� ...  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  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Left Dist  iLabotirer     Gentleman  Harness   Maker  Logger      .Planerm'an _....._. _  2024  2025  2027  2 031  2033  2 03 6  037  Lawrence,  20-IO[Lawrence,  201  204  204 3  2010  | Lawrence  nwronce,  awrencc  llenry  Joseph  ,  William  Philip  .  Andrew  Henderson.  KliLawson, William  .athley,  Charles  Herbert. .  .eBlond,  Bernard  R.   iCchmere.   Herbert Thomas.  Leduc, Thomas   ..due,  Charles Augustus. . .  Lee. Hugh      ice,  William Thomas   Lefevre,  Alphonso   Lofevre,  Archibald  Joseph.,  egge, Walter  Holden   Leigh, Henry Easton   Leigh, Henry Egofton. ...'..  Leishman, John Alexander. .  Lomond,  Hugh      Lennox.  Henry Gordon   Leonard,  Frederick      Leslie, John Edward   Leslie,  Moses      LeQuesne,  Frank  Herbert. .  _ Leveguo, Augustine   .......  209S Levins, David   .   2099 Levins, William      2102 Lewbold, Arthur   2104|Lewis, William    ���������������������������. .  2100U _wls.  Walter  2050  205 6]  2057  2001  2062  20031  2004  2067  20GS  2073  2074  2075  2077  20S0  20S3  20S4  20S5  20S7  20S9  209(  210S  2113  2114  211 S  Liddcll. Sidney Albert. . .  Lindsay, Alan Crawford.  Lindsoll, Gerald Charles  ingdon      Lister, Septimus   Hunt-  Kelowna, Lawrence Avenue   Veriion,   Royal   Hotel.   Vernon,   AVellington   Ranch........ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������; ���������������������������.;  Lumby,   Morand's  House. .. . . ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������" "" ' -"]  Summerland. Naramata, Lot 0, Blk. b. . .. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Rutland-LoHL --Map-GO.1...-.-.....���������������������������.-.���������������������������-���������������������������^i^a---  Lumby, C. Christien s Ranch. .... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Armstrong,   Rosedale    ���������������������������   Peachland,   Lot  211 .. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� " '.'  Alara,   Rothesay  Saw  Mill ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  fiSSuSsK^  Okanagaii   Mission,   Benvoulin   Hotel. . .   Summerland    .....������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.   Vernon, Lot 60, G.  1 . . . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Armstrong. McQaarrie's Ranch  .������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������;  Kelowna, Okanagaii Mission, James Munay a  Ranch    . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� "_'"',   Rutland. S. Sproule s Ranch   Vernon,  Lome Street,   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel.-   Armstrong,  Leduc's  Farm   Armstrong, Swanson s 1- arm   Armstrong, Wallace's House   Vernon,  Coldstream   Ranch   Kelowna,  Okanagan  Mission .. ���������������������������   Okanagan Mission, Lefevre s I-arm   Nahun,   Pre-emption  192. .... ������������������������������������������������������   Kelowna, Alston's Ranch   Kelowna, Lot 10. Blk. 9.   Lumby, Christien's Hotel   Kelowna, Palace Hotel.   [Vernon, Railway Avenue   A'ernon, Six Mile Creek. ........��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������  .Kelowna. C. Blackwood's Boarding House.  Kelowna,   Lot   53 ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   Peachland, Lot 19, Blk. 490 ���������������������������  Kelowna, Palace Hotel   Armstrong,  Levins'  _ arm   Armstrong,  Levins'   Farm    Kelowna, Lot S, Plan 187.   Westbank; Pre-emption SO i ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������  ^.Aa^r^Smeriani Syndicate  Kelowna Hospital   Armstrong, Knob   Hill. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"   Okanagan Centre, Lister's Ranch"   Labourer  Labourer  Gentleman      Blacksmith      Clerk   Rancher     Mgr.  Cigar Fact"}'  Labourer      Cigar Maker  Clerk      Labourer      Labourer      Rancher     Farmer . .  Farmer".".  Decorator  Rancher .  Clerk ...  Labourer .  Labourer .  Farmer . .  Inn-Keeper  Farmer ..  Labourer     Rancher      Rancher     Photographer   . .  Labourer     Farmer      Farmer      Chief of Police. .  Blacksmith   ....  Farmer   ....  Farmer   ....  Farmer '...'. . ��������������������������� ...  Rancher  .. .;.. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Farmer   ....  Farmer   .......  Farmer      Porter   ........  Miner    ���������������������������  Teamster  ......  Farmer      Real Est. A:,  nt.  Miner      Farmer '.'���������������������������'���������������������������'��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Farmer   ....  Farmer      Rancher      Carpenter    Farmer   .......  Janitor     Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  LeftDist  L.frDiStT"  Left Dist  Lert Dist.  Lett Dist  Left Dist.  Left. Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Lert Dist.  Lert Dist.  Left Dist.  .Lert Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Lert Dist  .Left Dist.  . l/'ft Dist.  Rancher  Rancher  Lert Dist.  Let't Dist.  Left. Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist..  Left Dist  Loft Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left. Dist.  Loft Dist.'  Left Dist  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  (Continued.) ^  Thursday, April 28, 1910.  SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  OKANAGAN ELECTORAL DISTRICT���������������������������Continued.  Xo.  2119  2122  2126  2127  2134  2142  214S  2151  2153  2155  2157  2158  2161  2162  2165  2168  2169  ,217  2175  217S  2179  NAME  Residence  Lister, Joseph . . . .". ....  Little, Wilbour McNeil.  Livingstone, George  . . .  21 SO  21S1  2182  21S4  21S0  21S7  2190  2192  2198  2200  2202  2210  2211  2212  2213  2214  2216  2221  2222  2224  2227  2234  Lloyd, Amos Edward ......  Lockie,  Andrew      Logie, William   ...........  Loomer, George Milton.....'  Lougheed, AVarren  ........  Louth,  AVilliam  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. . .,  ���������������������������~> ���������������������������.:.  3a  2240  2244  2247  2249  2253  225S  2262  2266  226S  2269  2271  2272  22S0  22S1  22S6  2291  2293  2295  2297  2299  2301  2302  2303  2304  230S  2311  2312  1319  232,1  2322  2328  2331  2332  2333  2334  2335  2337  2340  2344  234 9  2354  2363  2364  2_6 5  2367  2373  2375  23S0  23S5  23SS  2390  2391  2393  23.94  2399  24 00  2402  24 Oo  2106  2407  240S  2409  24 10  2416  2417  2420  2421  24 22  2423  2424  24 2 6  24 35  24 37  24 41  24 4 2  2444  24 4 5  _2451  ^T5"3  2454  2460  2462  2464  2466  24 6S  24 71  2472  2474  24 75  24 SI  24S2  2 1S4  24 S5  24 SS  2496  2497  2500  2502  2504  250S  2510  Mackie, William Donald. .  Madden, Joseph   Madden,   Algernon   Lewis  Car-  '   withen   ......-;.-  ..  Maddock, Vincent Clinton....,  Magili; William     Maguirc, 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 Bridgman. . .  Martin, Leander B   Martin,  Thomas  Bunting   Martinson', Michael  Brown....  Marshall, -John Robert   Marshall,  Tom      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, Janies AVashington....  Machines, Carlyle William....  Maclennan, Murdo.   Maepherson, John James   MacAVatt, Adams James Johnston      McAllister,   Alex   McAlpine, Archibald Angus. . .  McArthur, James Herbert....  Mc Ail ley, Frank     McBain,   Earle  Irving   McBride, Robert A   McBride, AA'illiam  Leslie   McColl,  William  Hugh   McClughan.  Andrew      McClure, Burt    McCorkell,   Samuel   McCorkell, Thomas Ross   McCulIoch, A. C   McCreanor, Samuel      McDonald, -William      McDonald, Thomas      McDonald,  Archibald      McDonald,, John D   McDonald, Donald Robert   McDonald, Angus  ....."   McDonald, Angus   McDonald, Donald A   McDonald,  David    1 .  McDonald, Hugh- '   Penticton, AA'innipeg 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   Okanagaii  Landing   . . .- '.  Vernon, Tronson Estate   Vernon,  Pine Street   Enderby,  Grand  Bend  Farpi   Rutland, Lot 5, Map 425   Armstrong, Donald McKay's Farm 1 milr-  wost   from   Armstrong   Vernon,  Coldstream  Estate   Okanagan Centre, Ok. Centre Hotel !  Profession  Objection  Vernon,  Twelfth  Street :..  Vernon, Barnard Avenue ,  A'ernon, 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 [  A'ernon, Barnard Avenue.......  A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel '.  A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel. . ..  Vernon,  Seventh  Street   Penticton, Martin Street   Lansdowne, Spallumcheen   Armstrong, Spallumcheen .....  Kelowna, K. L. O. Co.s' Ranch.  Armstrong, Armstrong Motel. . .  Vernon, Barnard Avenue   A'ernoii, North Street   Armstrong, Railway Avenue. . . '  Kelowna,  Pendozi  Street...  Kelowna,  Richter  Street   Vernon,   North   Street   Rutland, Lot 12 '  Armstrong, Eastern Addition'.'..'.  A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel   Lumby, Blue Springs School   Penticton, Fruit Lot 136   Vernon, Railway Avenue......'.  Vernon, Barnard Avenue '  Armstrong, C. P. R. Work 0nr.  Farmer   .......  Rancher     Labourer  ......  Farmer      Carpenter      Farmer      Carpenter      Labourer      Farmer      Gentleman      Millman      Millman      Labourer     Carpenter      Farmer      C.P.R. Conductor  Farmer      Bank Clerk   Farmer      Rancher    McDonnell, Alexander   -McDougall, David   .".'   McDougall,  Henry    i  McDougall,  Urban      McEachern,  Hugh    '.  McFadden,' John   McGee, Edward     McGill,  Irvin    .'   McGregor, John      Mcllvane, Samuel      Mcllvanic, John      Mcllwain, Nathan      Mclnroy, James      Mclntyre. Francis James   Mclntyre,  Joseph  Matheson...  Mclntyre. Justin Egerton   Mclvor,  Pr.trick    v.   McJannett, William T   Mc.Tannett,   AVilliam   Alexander  McKay. Donald Robert   McKay,   Frederick      McKay,  McKay,  McKav,  McKay,  McKay,  2516  2517  25 IS  2523  2519  2524  2525  2529  2535  2537  2542  2545  2547  2549  2555  2557  2558  2560  2564  2570  2571  25 St  2585  25S6  2594  2596  2599  2602  2 605  2608  2609  2 61.0  2613  2620  Charles      James     Thomas     Angus     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,_Aloxauder__. . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� _._���������������������������_._  McLean, ATbeTf Mtfrdobk. .."  McLean, AVilliam Archibald.  McLellan, Burton Mural....  McLellan, John Thomas....  McLellan,.Noil      McLellan, Duncan      McLeman. Alexander     McLeod,  Daniel  L   McLeod, AVilliam      McLeod, George Henry   McLeod, Charles     McMillan,  Philip  Duncan.. .  McMillan, Kenneth     McMillan, Nell  Angus   M c M i 11 a n _ J o h n ~^~^ _fr . rrr  McMullen, Frederick Chester  McNaughton,  Hugh   .......  McNeill, Janies .'. ,  McNeill, Hector Malcolm...,  McNair, Torrance Wolf red. .,  JO,  R. .1,  AVest  McNelly, Thomas  ... .... .-.'���������������������������  McPherson, Norman  .......  McQuarrie. Robert ........  McQueen, Thomas IT. . .". . . .  McQuestlon, George Walter.  McRae, Norman Alexander..  McRorry,  Edwin  Beverly.  McVicar, Charles   McSunner, Thomas   McVickor, Daniel   McA'eigh, John Henry   Mead', Homer. .............  Meikle, George Arthur.....  Meldrum, AVilliam   ..... .-. .  Mellish, Milton  Leigh.. . . . .  Metcalf. John Charles......  Metcalfe, Archelaus .......  Mew,  George  .............  Micile, D'ominlco  ..........  Middleton, William   ...   Middleton, Maurice Smith. .  Middleton,   AA'illiam   Alexander  Miller,  David   Miller, Janies Hugh   Miller, John Ewing.. .���������������������������   Ali Her,  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   Vernon, Maple Street ���������������������������.  Enderby, Belvedere  .'    .   .  Armstrong, A'ankleek Blk........''  Rutland, Lots 38 and 39   Penticton, Smith's Camp .Naramata  .  Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Okanagan Ldg., Str. Aberdeen   Vernon, Okanagan Hotel.. .." ;.  Nahun,- Roid's Ranch   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotwi -.   .  Kelowna, Okanagan  Mission   Jackman, Monashee, Cherry Creek...  Vernon, Okanagan  Hotel. ...-   Okanagan Ldg., C. P. R   Armstrong. Railway Avenue. .......  Vernon, Okanagan Hotel '..'..  Kelowna, Lot 122   A'ernon, Schubert Street -..'.'  Penticton, Main Street -...'.  Vernon, The B. E. Mine...   Armstrong. Greenhow's Ranch, Larkin  Vernon, Okanagan  Hotel   Vernon, A'ictoria Hotel   Armstrong, AVood 'Avenue '.'.'.'..  Vernori,1 Okanagan Hotel   A'ernon, Langill Street   Kelowna, A. McDougall's Farm .v.. ..  Okanagan Mission,-McDougall's Farm  Kelowna,  Okanagan  Mission ���������������������������  A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel. . . . .*. .......  A'ernon,  Coldstream  Estate. . .: .  Penticton, Lot-7, Blk. F   Kelowna, Okanagan Mission, Lot 122.  Penticton,  Smith  Street   Enderby,  Townsend  Farm   Enderby, c. P. R. Boarding Car   Enderby, Hassard's Farm, Lot 94   Vernon,' A'ictoria Hotel   Armstrong,  Railway -Avenue   Enderby, 7 Miles from EnderDy   Armstrong,  Railway Avenue   South Okanagan, Belleview Hotel   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   A'ernon,' Carswell's Mill   Mara.  S.E.   %   Sec.   S,  Tp  6th M   Kelowna, Lake A'iew Hotel   Suninierland,   Lot  4SO   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue :'.. .  Hilton, Cherry Creek ���������������������������   Penticton, Esplanade .:. .'...'.  Kelowna. K. L. O. Ranch - '.'.  Armstrong, Morgan & Jackson s Camp   Enderby,  Knight Street   A'ernon,  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 472 .'   Kelowna, Bernard. Avenue...  ..  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel. ...:......   Kelowna, Lot 6, Block 13   Kelowna, Eli Avenue...-   Kelowna, Block 3S ; ."   Peachland,  Beach  Avenue '   Okanagan, Lot 104 -....'   Kelowna,   AVater   Street ;   Armstrong, Huntley's Camp, l.ar!.In   Salmon Arm, Sec. I 0, Tp. 20, R. 9   Okanagan Landing, Str. Aberdeen   Enderby, AVright's  Hotel   Vernon,   Royal   Hotel   Kelowna,  Harvey Avenue   Kelowna,   Richter   Street   Vernon,- Vernon   Hotel. .-..--.-...:.-...;.....  A'ernon,   Mara   Avenue   A'ernon,  Pine Street   Vernon, Mrs. Greenhow's Rancn   Penticton, Ellis Street, Lot 15   Armstrong, McNair Farm, 1 Mile North-East  of Armstrong   Vernon, P. Sinclair's Farm, Suniiyslde.-'.....  Armstrong, A. E. Maundrell's Residence....  Enderby, McQuarrle's House..............  A'ernon, Railway Avenue... ;   Peachland, Lot 4 9, Blk. 1.1 S3.. .......  A'ernon,  A'ernoii   Hotel...................  Kelowna,  Lots 33 and 34. ."   Peachland, Pre-emption  44 19. ......'.-'   Salmon Arm, N. I .  Vt Soc. 13, Tp. 20, R. 10  Salmon Arm, Canoe Creek.   Endorby,   Belvedere   Street.    Armstrong,' Eastern  Addition.   Kelowna, Glenn Avenue .'..  Summerland, Lot 455.'.-.'  . ������������������  Armstrong,  Mellish's Farm. ..............  Enderby,  Cliff  Street..   Vernon, Elm Street. .   Okanagan  Centre,  Lot 11   Armstrong, Micile's Farm....  A'ernon, Vernon  Hotel   Vernon, Midmar Ranch. .....  A'ernon,  Midmar, Ranch. .:....  A'ernon, Seventh Street.. .....  Enderby,  Miller's Farm.   Kelowna, Blackwood's House.  Verno'n, His Farm at Lumby..  Okanagan Ldg., Str. Aberdeen.  Vernon, 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.....  Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel...'..,..  Vernon, Victoria Hotel   Armstrong, Vi Mile from Armstrong  Balcomo   Enderby, 4 Miles from Enderby   Farmor      Clerk      Labourer      Brick  Layer.. ..  Real Est. Agent.  Plasterer      Labourer     Farmer      Farmer      Clerk      Farmer      Book-keeper   .. .  Farmer      Mill  Hand      Fruit Grower   . .  Blacksmith   ....  Farmer      Baker .'.  Plasterer  ......  Salesman     Carpenter      Contractor      Farmer      Farmer    !  Labourer   Farmer      Jeweller    '.'.  Carpenter      Carpenter   . . .'..  Merchant      Carpenter      Contractor   .. ...  urmer   .... ,v;.  Merchant  ......  Farmer .-. .-. .'. .  School Teacher' !  Orchardist      Telegraph   Oper'tr  Clerk      Carpenter   Farmer   ....  Mill Hand  .....  Farmer      Farmer   .......  Labourer  ..'....  Labourer   !  Labourer  ......  Carpenter ......  Gardener     Millman    ".'.'  Carpenter   ....  Miner      Painter    '.'  Brakeman .....  Ship Joiner  ....  Labourer     Labourer  ...  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Loft Dist  No.  2625  2630  2632  263 6  2643  2644  2 647  2651  2652  2 OSS  2659  2660  2665  2667  2671  2672  2673  2676  267S  2679  26S1  2682  2691  2692  2704  270G  2709  2712  2714  2715  2721  O 1 O ���������������������������}  NAME  Residence  Profession  | Objection  Moilliet, Theodore Maynard..  Monteith, AVilliam      Monteith  .Francis B   Moor, Gerald Henry   Moore, John Richard     Moore, AVilliam Robert   Moore, James Stewart   Morand,  Frank      Morden, Thomas Wentworth.  Morgan, Frank AVoodhouse..  Morgan, Cyril Fryer Nicholl. .  Morgan, William Stanley. . ..  Morrell, AVilliam Edward....  Morris, Charles Edward  2725  2727  2728  2730  2732  2734  2740  2751  2752  2753  2754  2756  2759  2760  2763  2764  2772  2774  2776  2777  2778  2783  2793  279S  2S05  2S07  2S0S  2S09  Morrison, Murdock Malcolm.  Morrison. Robert      Morrison, John Alexander. .  Morrison, Ralph Stanley. . ..  Moss, Thomas      Motheral, Charles   .Mowat, Gilbert     Mowat, Robert     Munroe,   Colin      Munro, Finlay     Murray,   Daniel  Alexander. .  Murray,   William      Murray,  Joseph      Murray, Patrick Andrew. . ..  Murray, J.ames George   Musgrove, Samuel  Henry...  Xagel, John Henry   Nairn, Daniel      Nash, Cecil  Howard   Naylor,  Henry     Vernon,  Coldstream   Ranch Mech.   Engineei  3. W.  %  Sec.  13, Tp. 20, It 10, AV. 6th M. Blacksmith  A'ernon, Lot 16, Map 54 8. .  Lumby, AVhite Valley ��������������������������� '.'.'..'.'.  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           Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Okanagan Centre, Gibson's Fa'r'ni   Armstrong,   Wood  Avenue.    Peachland,  Lot   4 90..    Kelowna,  Lot 9, Blk.  j 4   Kelowna, Lot 9, Blk. 55      Armstrong,  Okanagaii  Hotel   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.  ,  14,  Blk. 455.  2S17  2S1S  2S22  2S23  2824  2825  2S27  2828  2829  2S33  2840  2S41  284  2846  2848  2850  2852  2853  2S54  2S55  2856  2857  2S60  2862  2866  2867  2869  2870  2871  28 SO  2882  28S4  28S5  2886  2SS7  28S9  2890  2S91  2897  2901  2904  2907  290S  2912  2913  2910  291 S  2927  Naylor,  Edward   Henry   N .ale, Harry   Neil, Duncan   [  Ncill,   Horace  [  Nelson, William Frederick.,  Newman, Sackville Creswcll,  Newman,  Richard  Adam...  Newton, James     Newton, Edward William...  Nicholls,   Cy      Nicklen, Frank Harold..!!!  Nichol,  William .Tamos...  Nicoll,  Harry     Nicolson, Ernest Joseph....  Normand,  Joseph  Eusebc...  Nuttal, Fred      Oakes, Frank Henry .'  Oates, John   Oddie, Thomas A'enables. .!!  Oliver, Charles Albert. . . .  Orr, AVilliam     Otterson,  Lorne S. ..  O'Brino, Mike   -. ! !  O'Connor, John AVilliam...  O'Grady, Thomas Edmond..  O'Grady, Michael  "'s Farm,  Empire  Mine.  Se'c.'io/'fp  Bile. 52,' Lot'k 75  2S15 O'Neill  ������������������S1G O'Neill  John   Samuel  .   John   S   Packer, George Henry...  Packer, Cuthbert Henry. .  Pangbourne,   Augustin   George  Alfred      Parke, Fred      Parker, Samuel      Parker, Anderson     Parker,   Harry Lake   Parker, Joseph      Parker, Robert   Parkinson, Charles Milburn  Patchett, Charles Henrv.. .-  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 Pcrcv......  Pen .land, -Milfred-'..'   Perrin, Charles   ..-   Perry,  Perry,  Perry,  Perry,  Petar,  Peters,  Petrio,  Aaron  Jenkins.  John     Joseph      Edward      Edward. Tooth.  Simon     William  Pettman,  Herbert Edwin  Pewtress, Robert     Phillips, Averv     Phillips, Richard      Phips, George Trotman..  Pick, AVilliam     Pickford, Frederick  ....  Pihevaiak, Lukny   Plummer,    Lawrence    Herbert  Roby   2928 Podwin,  Joseph      2930 Pollard,  Oliver Herman.  2932 Pollock, .Robert, Sr   2935 Pollock, James Dickson..  2938 Pomeroy, Charles Edwin.  2939 Poole, Francis Edward..  294 9 Porteous, Thomas James  2954 Potts,  Clayton  AVilbert. .  2962 Powell, George   2963 Powell, David     2966 Prather, Bruce     2967iPratt, AVilliam    2968  2970  2971  2974  -2975  2977  29S8  29S9  2990  2991  2996  2999  3000  3001  300"  3003  300  3008  3010  3012  30  3016  301  30 IS  3021  3022  302 6  3030  30!  3033  3038  304 1  304 2  3043  304 7  304 9  3051  3057  3000  3064  3065  3066  3067  3070  3074  3079  3080  30S2  3095  3096  3098  3102  3106  3107  Pratt, James AVilliam   Prentiss, EIner Frank   Preston, John     Price, Thomas Sidney   Price. George~Raleighr.T":T77  Prickett, Richard Bellingham.  Pugli, AVilliam      Ram ago,  Randall,  Ranger,  Rankin,  Rankin,  Rankin,  Rankin,  Pugsley,  Ross  Lynwood...,  Purvcs, Roderick     Ptitman,  George  Abram...,  Quesnel. Joseph Osias   Quinn, Francis     Quinn,  Arthur      Quinn, AVilliam     Radcliffe,     Ralph     Wellington  Young   Rae, James     Raines, Joe-   Steven      Albert      Henry    James-U   John      Robert     Richard Charles.. ..  Rawllngs, Frank      Ray, Charles   Raymer, Horace James   Redmond, A'lvian      Reed, David Allan     Redd, Robert Colvin   Reeves,  Frank Sidney   Reid,  John      Reid,  Archibald      Reid, Charles      Rold, James      Rciinlson,  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 William   Roberts, James   Robert Hutchinson.  Charles  James....  John  Lindsay   Robertson, Robert Htttchinson.  Robertson, James     Robinson, Richard Andrew...  Robinson,  William Elijah   Robertson,  Robertson,  3l10jRobertson,  3111"  3112  3115  3119  Summerland, Lots,  n   1'  Vernon, Tronson  Street."  Enderby        Kelowna, Palace Hotel!   Summerland, Lot 2S91       Vernon, AVhite Valley. Murray's Ran.ii  Vernon, Schubert Biock.      J C"  Okanagan Mission, Murrav  Okanagan Mission, British  Vernon, Gore Street   Vernon, Okanagaii Hotel!!" '  Armstrong, c. P. R. Work f ..  Knderby, Regent Street      C<  ?___.iffan_jds- Slr-  Abe<"'lecr.  Enderby, Deep Creek, s   E    _  19, R. 9, W. Gth M . . .  Enderby, Deep Creek Ranch!   \ernoii,   Victoria   Hotel.  Vernon,  Seventh   Street.'   ''        ���������������������������"  Enderby,  City  Restaurant   Vernon,  Wetham Street..      Kelowna, Lot 5 l    Vernon, Schubert Street!!!   Wood s Lake, Lot 33. .    A'ernon,  The  Firs       Summerland,   Lot  4 55   Vernon, Vernon   Hotel!!   Summerland, Blk. 36, Lot -.ii"  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel..  Okanagan Mission, Lot 37, Tp'.'^o'  Hilton, Cherry Creek.  A'ernon, Coldstream  Hotel.      bummorlaiid ,Lots 1 and 2,  A'ernon, Vernon   Hotel. . .  Short's Creek, Ewing's Landing!!   Peachland, Lot 1, Blk   4       -    Penticton, Lot 14, Blk.  19   Summerland, Blk.  50, Lot 455!   Kelowna   ...-.-.     Enderby,   Enderbv' Hotel!   Penticton,   Penticton   Hotel -   A'ernon,  Carswell's  Mill. .    Lumby, Morris'  Ranch. .        ���������������������������  Enderby, Enderby Saw Mill. . ! !   Okanagan Mission, Benvoulin Hotel!.!"  AVestbank, Pre-emption 523S   Vernon, Okanagaii  Hotel.-   Enderby     ���������������������������'  Summerland, Blk. 7, Lot 454   Gellatly, Gellatly's    '.'.'.'.'.   Okanagan  Mission, Parker's Farm   Lumby,  Saw   Mill     Lumby,   Bessett's  Mill......-!   Vernon, Tronson  Street   Armstrong, AVood Avenue   A'ernon,  Mara Avenue ���������������������������      '���������������������������''  Hullcar,  Patton's  Farm......  Armstrong,   Patten's   Farm'. .!!   Vernon,   Mission   Street    '  Kelowna, A. ,B. Knox's Ranch.. !!!!!!"  Okanagaii Mission, Lequinie Ranch..  Hullcar,- Patterson's Farm". . .- -  Lumby, Lumby Hotel   A'ernon, B. X. Ranch. . .- !!!!!!  Kelowna, Okanagaii  Mission.!!!!!!!!!!  Kelowna, "Lot 15   Armstrong, AVood Avenue!.!!!!!'..!!!!  Armstrong, Payne's,Ranch,'Sec. 16, Tp. 7  Kelowna, Okanagan Mission, Sec. 22, Tp ��������������������������� 2C  Kelowna,  Peace's  Ranch -  Vernon, Lorne Street. ....���������������������������....!!.! V !" '  A'ernon, Coldstream Road !!!!!!!     '  Vernon, Coldstream  Road-.-. ���������������������������..."..  Armstrong.  Armstrong   Hotel      !.  A'ernon .Okanagan  Hotel.'.'..'.... '!'.  Okanagaii  Centre,   .AI.   P.   Williams',  AA'ood's  Lake '. '.   Summerland, Blk. I, 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, Okanagaii Centre, Hanthorpe Ranch  Okanagan Ldg., Pettman'sFarm   Salmon Arm, N. E. Vi Lot 13   A'ernon,  Coldstream' Ranch   Vernon, T. AVood's Ranch .v.. . .'   Kelowna,   Rutland   Estate..".   Peachland, Lot 59, Blk. 1184   Armstrong,  Otter ��������������������������� Lake   Armstrong, Part of Sec. 23, Tp. 34   Penticton, Bank of Commerce   Jackman, Monashee on Cherry Creek Mine. .  Peachland, Lor.!, Blk. 7, Pt. 4 90   Summerland, Blk. 15, Lot 3397.. ..:   Naramata,   Lot   210 '   Penticton,  Smith  Street   Armstrong,  Poole's Farm, Lansdowne   A'ernon, Corner of Railroad and Langill Sts. .  Armstrong, His Residence',' AA'ood Avenue...  Peachland.  Lot  1,  Blk.  3   Kelowna, Lot 3, Blk. 17   Okanagan  Mission,  Prather's (Farm   A'ernon,   Mission "Street .'   A'ernon, Mission Road   Kelowna, Eli Avenue   A'ernon,  Seventh   Street   Summerland,   Lot  254 3   Peachlanilr-Lot-1 S^Blkf^l-l-837.-7r7"-.-.".'."-���������������������������T  Westbank, Prickett's Farm   Salmon Arm, N. E. Vt, Sec. 17, Tp. 20, Range  1 0  ,AV. 6th  M   Vernon, Cor. of Wetham St. and Barnard Ave.  Okanagan Centre, Lot S, Plan 454   Lumby, Pulman's Farm   Lumby, Blacksmith Shop   A'ernon, Railway Avenue   Enderby, Mount Ida   Enderby, Sec. 19, R. 9, W. 6th M  Fruit Grower  Farmer ....  Farmer ....  Farmer ....  Rancher . ...  Farmer ....  Carpenter ...  Clerk      Rancher ....  Pool & Bill'd  Farmer   ....  Contloman   ..'.'.'..'  Accountant   . . .'."  Implement   Dealer  Clerk      Book-keeper  Painter ....  Rm.  Clork  Teamster  .....  Engineer   ...!.'  Baker      Labourer ....'.'.'  Farmer ...,"'  Tinsmith ...'."  Farmer ....."  Miner .. . ..'..'.'  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  .. .  Teamster  .:..!!  Labourer ..  Mill Hand !!  Bar   Tender   Lumberman  Labourer   Labourer   '.'  Farmer ��������������������������� !  Rancher ....!.!  Labourer ....  Teamster  ....!!  Garaener  ......  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 '.'.'  Farmer   . ..'   Teacher      Labourer'   Lumberman      Farmer      Farmer   .'   Lumberman   ....',  Ranch- Foreman..  Farmer      Farmer'   Farmer   Labourer   {.  Farmer      Rancher    Farmer   Farmer'   Banker      Minor      Rancher    Rancher ..'...'...  Book-keeper   ....  Merchant      Farmer      Steam   Fitter   Tailor'   Stone Mason  Book-keeper   ....  Farmer   Blacksmith's   Hlpr  Accountant      Teamster  Tailor   .  Teamster  Rancher-  Rancher  20.  Kelowna, Parkdalo      Kelowna, on  His  Farm   A'ernon, .Victoria .Hotel   Okanagan Mission, J. M. Rutland's Ranch  Summerland,   Lot   473   Endorby,   Maude   Street   Suninierland, Lot 455   Vernon. The Learinouth Estate   A'ernon,   Mara  Avenue   Vernon, J. Cutler's Ranch   Enderby,   Endorby   Hotel   Armstrong,   Rosedale  Avenue...._   Kelowna, Abbott Street ."   Mara,  Redmond's  Farm   Kelowna, Camp on  Luke   Kelowna, Lot 26, Blk. 10. Map 202',   A'ernon.  Coldstream   Estate   Vernon,  A'ernon   llotel   Vernon, B. X.  Ranch. . ..  Mara, S. E.  V.  Sec. S, Tp.  Armstrong, AVood  Avenue   Vernon, Coldstream  llotel   Nahun,   Pre-emption  4542   Kelowna, II. I.. II. Harris' Lot 127   Kelowna, Rice's Farm, Okanagaii Mission  Lumby, Rain's Horn Hotel   A'ernoii, A'ance Street   Okanagan  Ldg., Str. Aberdeen   Vernon, Barnard  Avenue   Lumby, Rain's Horn Hotel   Summerland, 131k. S. Lot 4 72   Lumby,   Finlaison's   Farm   Jackman, Ringle . 'Farm, Cherry Creek..  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A'ictor Lorren ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  3lS3;Rum ball, Anthony Walton....  31. l[Rush, George Washington. . . .  3185 Russell.  Christopher  Tremayise  i    Digby   31.S7;Ritssell,   Arthur    ....'..  31SS:Russell, James ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  MIS! .Russell. .William   Ritfns   3190lRussell,  Frank   . . .   31 fit Russell., Davis  ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������  3l!)6:Riittle,William Harvey ���������������������������  3199,Ryan,  Daniel ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  3209;Sampson, John Frederick. .. ��������������������������� .  3210;Samson. Alfred ....'....'.."���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  3212|Sanderson, John  .. ... ��������������������������� ..,..-��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  .[A'ernon, Barnard Avenue  ... .-.  ' lA'ernon.   Vance   Street. .  . .  'iGlenemma, N. AV.  %  Sec.-7, Tp. 16.  ;Vernon,  North  Street   .jA'ernon,   Coldstream   Ranch   ! Vernon.  North   Street   [Enderby,  Lot  S,  Blk.  1   .[Okanagan, A. Falconer's Ranch   'jA'ernon.  Okanagan  Hotel   'jEnderby. Faulkhard's House   .Penticton. Lot 53, Penticton Bench.  Silver Creek, N  Okanagan Ldg.,  E.  Str,  %   Sec. 30, R. 10.  Aberdeen   Penticton.  Lot.  i>'1   Enderby. Blk. 7, Lot  13. Cliff St   okanagan Mission,   Lot .1   Salmon .Arm. S. E.  V.  Sec. 0, Tp. 20.  Arnistron;., Knob .Hill, Spallumcheen.  K,-lowna. Lots  .-'.'26. Tp.  26.  Kelowna. Ellis  .Ivdownn. Ellis  ���������������������������K'.downa, Ellis  Enderby; ... AV  1 Vernon.- Lavington  A'l-r.um, Okanagaii  5 and 7, Subd. See.  and  Carpenter  Labourer  Farmer      AA'atcbman   . .  Labourer  Labourer  Carpenter  Labourer  Farmer   .... .  Lumberman   .  Horticulturist  Farmer   .... ,  Labourer  Farmer ....  Teacher ....  Farmer ...'..  Farmer ....  Carpenter .. .  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left.  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  No.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist  Left Dist.  Street. .  Street.';  Street. .  li  Sec.  Estate  Hotel.  0; Tp. 19, R. U.  Sanford,  Charles   .... ..-. ...'.-��������������������������� ���������������������������  Saunders, Harold   Saunders, Thomas   .' '���������������������������;'���������������������������  Saunders,  Albert James.. ... ���������������������������  Sawyer, Everett AV   Scaife, Thomas     Scaife, Thomas     Schell,. AVillis  Frederick   Schell,   AVilliam   Garrett   Schneider,   Henry  AVilliam...  Scott, Francis Guy   Scott,  George Benjamin   Scott, John Henry   Scott, Henry     Scott, Thomas Chisholm   Scott, James     Scott, James AVright   Seacord, AA'alter Levi   Scroxton,  George      Seaman, Murdock   Searle, John Janies   Seely,  George  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      Sheridan, Alvah      Shields,  William  Robert   Shoebridge, Alfred     Short, Thomas     Sh'u'te.   Ernest   Albert   Silvester, AVilliam      Sinionson,  Simon      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,   AVilliam      Slack, Enoch      Slaughenwhite,   L.  .1   Small, Francis Edwin   Small,  George Stanley   Smedley,  Frank      Smeeth,  Bryant Stuart   Smith,   George  Archibald...  Smith,  John   Smith,  Henry     337 7ISmitb,  Thomas Aird   33S1.Smith,-Samuel      33S2 Smith, Tony Albert   .".3S3 Smith,   AVilliam   Alexander..  33S4 Smith,  Elgin  Lorne   3388 Smith,   John   AVink   3390 Smith, John    3391 Smith, James    3392 Smith, Herbert AVaiter   3393 Smith, Albert Bert   3215  3218  3219  3220  3221  3224  3225  322S  3229  3233  3244  324 5  324 9  3250  3251  3252  3254  3255  3256  325S  3259  3203  3264  3269  3270  3272  3280  32S1  32S2  3287  3290  3291  3292  3290  3300  3302  3304  3305  3317  3321  3330  3331  3332  3333  ������������������. *j O '1  3335  3337  3339  334 0  334  334 0  3351  3352  3354  3357  335 9  3362  3364  3373  337 6  AV.  339 5  3396  34 0 0  34 04  34 00  34 OS  3411  3414  3415  3417  3419  Smith, Angus  Smith, AVilliam F  Smith.'Alexander.  Smith, .Marcus- ...  Smith,tf"Andrew::. .  Smith, _'John:..-..-. . .  Smith,  William George  Smith,  John      Smith, Charles Ernest.  Smith, George Tyndall  Smith, James Arthur. .  3420JSmit_,  John      Smith,  Polln Arthur Creasy. .  Smith,   Paul      Smith, Everard Muir   Sniith,   Clive  Hatton   Snider, AVilliam Stephen   Snow, -. Harold      ;4 2 2  14 24  34 2 7  34 3 2  34 35  34 30  34 3 7  34 39  34 50  34 5 S  34 60  34.62  "3TT7  Snowsell, Ernest     Somers, Frederick Joseph.  Speer, George Bruce   Spicer,   AVilliam   Harold. . .  Sproul,  Robert John   Scniire,_ Joseph   Nixon....  " Cliifr Irs51  .A'ernon.  Lorne Street.   .i'Kelowna.  Baillle's Farm..........  .jKelowna, Lake A'iew Hotel   J A'ernon,  Coldstream   Estate........  .[Vernon,   Elm   Street. .-....-   . A'ernon.  A'ernon "Hotel.'.'.. . . .... :'.  . Okanagan Centre, Ok. Centre Hotel.  . Summerland,   Lot  4 55 .". .  . Summerland ,Blk. 15, Lot 473. ....  . Peachland, ,Lot" US3    Naramata, Lot 20, Blk. 57, Lot 210.  Rutland,  Lot  59... . .'. . . .... . . . . .  Rutland. Lot .69, Map 426.   Silver Creek.-: S. AV.  14  Sec. S, Tp. 19, R. _10  Armstrong, Main Avenue'.,. ......'.'..': .  A'ernon, Mission Street. ........ ......  Armstrong, Lansdowne . . .-. ... ..-.���������������������������.....  Summerland, Lot 472, Blk. 25... .......  Kelowna, Okanagaii Mission, Lot 62..  A .rnon,. Coldstream  Hotel.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������;'..-...... .  A'ernon, Ok. Landing Koad. . .. :.....  Enderby, Gardom Ranch, 1 S_'Miles X  Sugar Lake, Pre-emption;5099. . ....':. . .  Penticton, S... S. Okanagaii.. :  A rernon, A'ernon" Hotel. . ...............  Enderby.  Enderby  Hotel..............  Okanagan Ldg., S. S. Okanagan....'.-..... .'.  A'ernon, Lorne Street...... .......... .  A'ernoii.r Victoria Hotel. . ... .:.... . ..-. .-.-  Kelowna,. Abbott Street. :..... ..... ...  Armstrong, Patterson Avenue. ...'.'   Armstrong, Patterson Avenue. .........;  Armstrong.- Railroad Avenue. :..'.... . .  Enderby, McLeod's House.. .:.. .. ... . ..  Peachland. Lot 2. Blk. 2,, 490.7. :. .. . ..  A'ernon,  Coldstream  Ranch....... ..77.7. 7"  A'ernon. .Coldstream A'alley. . ..'. .7 ....'-.,'.  Okanagan Landing, His Farm.......... . ..  Summerland  ;-...... ... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������: .:..;. .".'. .. .'.-..':?.  A'ernoii; Coldstream Hotel. . . ..... .;. ...  Summerland, Blk.,4, Lot 4 54. ....... . '.'.-  A'ernon, Coldstream Ranch... .-.....:..  Summerland; Post Office.; .......... ... .  Penticton, Hudson's House... ... . . . ... .'.  Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel. . .. .......  A'ernon,Miss Ca pel's' .... .v.: ... ... ...  Westbank   .;..... ................ ....:.  Okanagan- Mission, Near PostilPs Ranch .  Okanagan Mission. Postill's Ranch ".'���������������������������'-.....  Jackman,Monashee Mountain.....:;..:.  Kelowna, Benvoulin Hotel. .. ..-.. . . .....  Okanagan Mission, Le.uime Ranch. ...V.  Kelowna, Sec. 9, Tp.. 24, Ok;'���������������������������Mission".'-'.".";".  Gellatly[   .;,:....::.::.-. ;.:.;::-....-.. .:-:.  Lumby, Quesnel's Ranch.'.-...-.-.-.7. :". .'..  Kelowna,-: Blackwood's Hotel: ..".:: -'.--.:..-'.'���������������������������'.-  Stimmeriand.yLbt 3040 ;:...;.V. . .-'-.; .���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������;������������������������������������������������������'.���������������������������  Kelowna, Eli Avemie, Blk. 1. Lot 2.. ..7..  South-Okanagaii.rBeleview. Hotel:..'.:;;.'.  A'ernon,-Long [Lake:-.':.;.; :\ ,:. .::.:;:.>;..  A'ernon :-Vern6ii-.Hotol. :.;.:.y;::.;:. ._'_:__._[.'.;���������������������������.".  A'et'ii6h/[C������������������[la[stream--Ranch:; .!;^;. ::-:v-7:[?.[[;  Okanagan Centre, Lots 15 and 10, Block K. :  A'erhoii,7Corner.Twelfth and SchubertyStreetsjj  A'ernon,^ Okanagan:.Hotel. . .[v[.[. .; ;.'.'  Armstrong. _-Bs Farm :;.'.;.:.;.'.:.:;:;  Armstrong,: Knoby'Hill.".-. .;, v.: ;..."-.'.  A'ernon,-'yTronson';.-Street........y.y:.'".'";.":  A'ernon,yOkanaganvHdtel. >:.,v :::'.:.  Enderby, Sadler's Farm, .Mabel Lake  Enderby, Saw Mill..'���������������������������"."���������������������������'-.������������������������������������������������������"."'. . :.,..'77T.y.';  A'ernoii. Carey's Farm;ySwan:Lake. .  Penticton,;. Lot 06. ..;;. .:..... .....  Kelowna. - Bear Creek: .7. '���������������������������'.-. ..77:. .7  Armstrong, Patterson. Avenue. ...-;.".;.  A'ernon, Okanagan Hotel. ... . ..-.. .'���������������������������.  Okanagan, Greenhow's Ranch  EnderbyySmith's Farm, 3 Mile;  A'ernon, Coldstream Estate. ......  A'eriion, Pleasant -A'alley Road. ...  A'ernon,^A'ernon. Hotel.. .;.. . . .-..v.  A'ernon, Pleasant A'alley Road... .  A'ernon, Coldstream Motel. . .. :.-.  Vernon. [ His Pre-emption at Six Mi  .Armstrong,' Grin ton  Road .7. :>". -. .-.-  ^'A'ernon, Pleasant Street.... ... ....  Peachlandr-Lot7. Blk;: 253S; 7.7.. :.  Kelowna, Ellis" Street.. ..... . .:...  Armstrong,  AA'olt.ndeiv Blk. . . .7.  A'ernon, Pleasant A'alley Road. i. 7. .-.  Lumby, -School   .... .:. . . . .'���������������������������'. .:......  Kelowna, Lot 4, Plan: 4 39, Kamloops  Kelowna, Pridham's .. ........"'. . :'.  Okanagaii Ldg., Str. Aberdeen..:.-:-.  A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel. . ..;... . ....  Okanagan Mission, Spicor's Ranch..  Kelowna, Sec. 20. Tp. 26  Rancher .....  Labourer  .7 .7  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      Labourer     Labourer     Farmer      Fruit Grower ....  Farmer      Book-keeper   ....  Farmer     Farmer      Farmer      Mate      Labourer      Teamster     Deck   Hand '  Plumber      Labourer     Labourer     Carpenter    Carpenter    Bill'rd Hall 1. .opr,  Mill AVright     Painter     Farmer      Fanner      Agent      Blacksmith      Teamster      Dairyman      Farmer      Teamster     Labourer      Farmer      Farmer      Labourer     Farmer      Labourer     Miner      Labourer     Labourer     Farmer      Carpenter   Farmer      Carpenter   Clergyman      Carpenter   Labourer     Labourer     Fireman      Farmer      Presbyt'n   MJnist'i  Labourer  . .'   Labourer      Farmer   Farmer      Butcher      Minor   ��������������������������� ��������������������������� '���������������������������   Farmer   ........  Labourer      Labourer      Farmer      from Enderby]  ���������������������������_". 77.: -.v. :-s  Creek.  5 _rriTTJ1T~ClTnTl._-i__.ni   69|StansfieId,  Albert      34 72!Statlia m.       Hugh       Kingston  j     Llewellyn       ';4 75;Steed_ian, A'ernoii  James   3476|Steel, James     3477iSteel, Herbert G. I   347S-Steele,   Robert  Frame   3479'Steele.  AVilliam   Ilosweil   34 SO ''Steele, .Robert      ::4Si:SteenKon, John  M   34S2.Stephens,  William  Ebenezer...  :'..i90Sievens-oil.   Albert   Edwin   ���������������������������S4JI5.Stewart.. AVilliam -.;, .....- ���������������������������  3!!l6Stewart; . iaiiies-A . ^. . .. ...I.-.j.  34 97'Stewart, Daniel   ..   34. X Stewart,  AVilliam   3505 Stirling, Gordon   ............  :;5(i!i'Stoddart. John James   ::.'. 13 Stone.   Ernest   Percival   ::.'��������������������������� 15,St. Onge. Samuel   .,517 Storey,   Richard   .  :::.l!i Stratham,       Hugh  Llewellyn       ''"���������������������������23 Strong, George  ......  Harry. Joseph.  John  Alexander  James  Edward  William Tail. .  Herbert Richard  Salmon Arm. S. AV  11^,��������������������������� OU^M (iQ-i'.riJ^i  M  Sec. 13, Tp. 29:.  JtaneJi-,  Cherry Creek. Stanslield's Ranch   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   .Armstrong, Salmon River AVard   Okanagaii Mission. Postill's Ranch   Gellatly, Gellatly's  . .,  Summerland. Lots 9 and 10. Blk. 52, Lot 45."  Hullcar, Grafton Farm. ...... . ..  ,  Penticton,'The' B.C. Hotel. .   .Summerland..Lot 455. .   Vernon, Aberdeen Ranch  .". ...... . . ;  Vernon, AVbiieman's Creek. :[':... ..::..,.  Vernon, f'oldst'rwi'm  llotel. . .-.'....... .-. ..  v'urn o n...Seven Hi. St reel.;.,.:. . . . ... .....  "   .rs?0!.-Tp._97Rr;97-:  ���������������������������Farmer:."-';'���������������������������'���������������������������'.-'. , :7[.;  Bridge Carpenter  Miner   ........'.'.  Farmer   . ."'.���������������������������. . . .'���������������������������  Farmer;: ���������������������������: '��������������������������� - .;-7 [���������������������������  Labourer  .77:..  Labourer y. ... .";.������������������������������������������������������  Lumberman  .7  Labourer   , . ... .  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Blk. 1S, Main St.  3530[Stubbs.  ,:;,:.4 Stuart  :;.',35rStuai't  ;:5_0 Stuart.  :;53S[Sturt  ;���������������������������..:.it Sturt  Thomas  Welch.  3 54 I'Sudden, Janies   . . .  j  :;543[Sulivan, Robert Desmond..;..'  ;!547iSutcliiTe,   Frederick    !  :',54S;Sut _l!_o, .Arthur     ...".OOiSutton,  Thomas   :.561[Sinnot, Hedley    ���������������������������",",������������������������������������������������������"  350SiSweetlng,  Walter  Borrodell...  :;573:Swintoii,     William     Frederick  \     Hunter       ;',57S[Taggart, Albert  ���������������������������  35S5jTaylor, James Thomas...  3595;Torry,  Edward      3596iTeward. James      ':;ti00lThibedeau.   Peter   ;:0OLThicke,  Alfred      3'002jThick<y Alfred   Ernest. . .  3606;Thomas,   Thomas      ::6i2;Thoma.-\ David  .........  3613iThomas, John     30l5[Thomas, David Randolph.  36|6!Tliomas, Joseph AVatkin..  3017 Tiioinason, Fred     ::6l8.Thoiupson,  Harry      3019-Thomiison,  William      :',627jTlioiupson, George A   3628ITbompson,  David      3631 .Thompson,  Henry  3632-Thompson,  George  3634:Thompson, Arthur  ..   3035[Thompson, Hugh Cranmer.  Salnion Arm. X  Okanagaii Ldg.. Str. Aberdeen.  Kelowna,   Pendozi   Street. ....  Kelowna, Glenn Avenue.......  Vernon. Coldstream llotel  Penticton, Lots 23 and 24  Kelowna,  Block 22.  .. ....  Kingston'   ..Kelowna, Lot  122    lA'ernou, Coldstream  Hotel '.   .iKelowna, .Alii! Street,   .[.Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel   .[Armstrong, Armstrong llotel   .'Vernon. Coldstream  Ranch   .{Armstrong. Fletcher's Farm, Spallumcheen.  .A'ernon, Coldstream llotel.   ..Armstrong.  Mark  Hill's Ranch   .'-Kelowna,  Lake  View  llotel   Percival.  Kelowna, Sutcliffe Street   Armstrong, Meighan Road   Okanagan  Ldg., Str. Aberdeen.    Gellatly, Gellatly's ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  A'ernon, Vernon  Hotel   Penticton. Fairview   iVernon, Victoria Hotel . . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ..������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  .'���������������������������Okanagan Ldg., Near C. P. R. Wharf   'A'ernon, Okanagan  Hotel   Armstrong, 1 Mile North ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Jackman.'Thibedeau's Ranch, Cherry Creek.  Vernon,  Coldstream  Estate   A'ernon,  Coldstream  Ranch . .   Armstrong. Armstrong Hotel   Vernon, Mission Street   Endorby, Enderby Hotel. ... ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������; ���������������������������   Summerland, E.   _ Blk. 32, Lot 4,3   Kelowna, AVater Street   Enderby, Cliff Street.   Vernon, Railroad Avenue   A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel   Kelowna, Block 33   Vernon, A'ernon Hotel ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Okanagan Centre, Sec. 1, Tp. 19   A'ernon, Maple Street   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel.   AVhlteman Creek, D. G. Eaton s Farm   Miner      Cook      Farmer      Labourer  Farmer      Contractor ..  Farmer .... .  Carpenter .. . .  Clerk   . . .   Fruit Rancher  Rancher .. .-.--.-���������������������������.  Labourer  ....  Barber   ... .-..  Farme'r:~TTfr7.  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   3636  5645  NAME  Residence  Profession  John  Fleming  Arthur Regin-  Simpson. . .. ...  Left Dist.  Lert  I .ft  Left  Left  Left  Lett  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Loft  ..eft-  Loft  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  -Dist-  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  3663  366S  3670  3671  3 673  Thompson,  Stevenson    .  Tozer,   AVilliam  |    aid   .   364 6|Tickle,   George  3 64S|Tidsbury, Frank  3649|Tight, James   . .   3662iToombs,  Edward      Toombs, Thomas Alexander.  Tracy,  James  Henry.......  Traveller,  AVilliam Louis...  Trayler, A. E    .iTreanor,   Frank      3674rrrebariie, Ernest Guy   3C75JTrelford, Jonas      3C77|Trcinbley,   Edwin   Cowan...  36S0|Trill. Thomas   36SSjTtipper,  Charles  Franklin..  36S!i|Tiirnbull,   Leroy  George. . .'.  3C9ljTurnbull, Andrew   .'i6_4!Tiii_ier.   Henry   . . .7 . . .....  3697|Tweed,  Frank   3700iT,vler. Thomas  IT. . .. . . . ...  :.701!_pton, Richard  ....... ... .  370.-_;_.nis. Joe   371 ljA'aleiitliie,   Thomas   Fisher..  371..jVallei\v,  Andrew   Morrice...  37l4|Vnllle, Aldorio .   3715 Van, Frank   37 1 SJ Van den Nest, Pel or.   Variies, James   ...  Vaiighaii,   Francis  I  A'nvsoar,   Edward   ..  Venn,  Hubert.John  Viberth,  Harry   . .'.-  Vickers,   Randall   HughWent-  ;   worth   AVaddington,  Hubert Allan  Wagner, Theodore      AVesley      Samuel  Eli   AVilliam      obn   Bond   AVilliam      Summerland, Blk. 27,  Lot 2196..  537S.  AValdriff,  Walker.  Walker,  AA'allace,  AValler,  372-1  3720  3 73(1  3732  373 1  3740  374 3  3 7 -15  3750  3752  3700  3762  37 63  37 65  3777  3767  3770  3772  3773  3774  3777  37 7 S  3779  37S-1  37S5  37S6]Warren,  37S7|AVarreii  3792'""  3794  lerbert.  AValler, AVilliam      AValsh, Thomas      AVathers, Richard     AValton,  George  Anthony.  Wandell, John Henry   AVard, AVilliam      AVard, AVilliam Edward. .  AVard, AA'illiam Albert: . . .  AVarebam, Edward Janies.  AVark, Arthur Goodwin. . .  AVark, AVilliam Gregory. .  AA'arren, Omar Rathburn.  AVarren, Robert James. . .  Nahun, On His Pre-emption  Peachland, Lot 2, Blk. 9   A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel. .-.   A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel   Salmon Arm, S. E.  Viof S. E. ^and N. E. &  of N.E. % 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,  Okanagan  Hotel   Armstrong,   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 540   Aiinstrong, Otter Lake. .... ..-. .......  A'ernon, Okanagaii  Hotel  .   Summerland, Blk.  II, Lot 3040...!. .-.  Oltaiuigan Mission, Pyman's Ranch.....  Vernon. Coldstream   Ranch   A'ernon, Railroad Avenue   Armstrong, Knob Hill Road   Lumby. .Saw'Mill   A'ernon, Okanagan' Hotel   Siinimerland. Blk. 20, Lot 471   A'ernon, Maple Street   Nahun, Lot  1292   Vernon, A'ernon Hotel   Okanagan, O'Keefe's Ranch   Suninierland, Lot 4 55   Jackman .Cherry Creek Mine   Short's Point,  McMullen's Ranch   A'ernon, Barnard Avenue   Pciichland, Hawthorne Ranch   Vernon, T. AVood's Ranch   Kelowna, Pendozi Street   Okanagan Ldg. Strand Hotel   White A'alley, Spoor's Ranch   Peachland, Lot L Blk. 3   Okanagan Ldg., Short's Point   A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel. . .'   Penticton, -McLean's Camp   Kelowna, Allah's Houso   A'ernon, AVhite A'alley, AVard's Farm. ..  Summerland, Lot 1177, Blk. Z   A'ernoii, Okanagan  Hotel   Enderby, Mill Street   Enderby, Faulkner's House   Armstrong, AVark's House   AVarren's Farm. .  AVarren's   Farm,  Objection  3799  3S00  3S01  3S03  3S06  3S07  3S11  3S13  3S15  3S17  3S20  3S21  3S2S  Herbert   ......  Arthur". Colliyer,  te  . ....  AVaterson, Geon  AVatkins,   Pat. . . ... .  AA'atson, Kenneth   ..... .7  AA'atson, AA'ellihgton   . . . . .  AVatson,  Peter- .. ...... .:..  AA'atson, Peter  . ..... .'..���������������������������...  AA'att, James Henry. . :.  AVatt,- Ovington   ...77 .  AA'eber,  J oseph  Boys. . .. .  AA'ebste .'' Andrew.:.:.  Webster.  Charles AA'esley.  AVeddie, Alfred Jacob .7 . .  AVeeks  AA'eeks  Welch.  |7 cival  3821! Wei don,  3832  Thomas      Henry Richard   Frederick   George ���������������������������'P.er-  3S33  3S34  3S35  3S36  3S3S  3S39  3S40  3S4 3  3S4 4  3S4 5  3S4G  3S47  3S4 9  Arthur; T. ........  AVellband,  Thomas Richard.  AVellinan.oThomas Robert.  AVells,  AVilliam  Alexander, . .  AVells,   Alfred   Louis. .......  AA'elton, John Russell   AVest.   AVilliam      AVest, Alexander McKenzie. . .  AVest, Richard Ernest   AA'estgate, Charles Benjamin.  AVestgate, Richard Gamer. . .  AA'eynian, AVilliam  Middleton.  AA'haiie, John -..Henry   AVbaley, James Alfred.'   AVhatmore. Robert     Armstrong,  Armstrong,  [Place ..  Armstrong,  Armstrong  near  lateCrozier'fl  Armstrong1  Ranch   Vi   Mile  irom  ..SS'O.AVhcelcns. James Cummings...  3S55 AVhite, Ebenezer AVilliam.....  3S50!AVliite, Matthew     AVhite, James     AVhite, AVilliam      AVhite. Charles Reginald   AVhite.  Harry      AVhitehouse.  George Hayward.  AVhitridse. AVilliam Oscar. . . .  AVilband,  Bums Thadeus   AVilds, Albert James   AVilhelm, AA'aldemar   AA'ilkens, Duncan  . . . .  AVilkinson, Thomas Loyzelure..  AVilke, John Charles. . . . .  AVillcock,  Stephen  Archibald..  AVillcock, Elmer     AVillcock, Ethelbert   AVillcocks, Charles      AVilliams,   C.   N. . .   AVilliams, Thomas Rico. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  AVilliams,  Bertram  Leopold. . .  AVilliams. Noel   AVillis,   Harold; Arthur   AVillis, Frederic Arthur. ..._..  AVillis, Francis Knowles   AVilson, Andrew     AVilson. John      AVilson, Harold     AVilson, AVilliam     AVilson Albert ���������������������������   AVilson, Norman   Humphrey. . .  AVilson, George Henry. ���������������������������   AVilson,  George  Alexander   3TTfTfW i lion .HA1! 11 la m=-Goll i Sr���������������������������^^~  3. .SjAVilson, Frederick Sumner. . . ���������������������������  ilhsoJAVilson,  Harry Frederic......  ;;040iWilson, John Auld   3947 AVinslow, John   ;.950|Winters,  Thomas Bath   3951'Winter.  Christopher   .   3952'Wiscman,  James Barrio   3953|Witt, AVaiter ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������   3954iWitter, Hamilton Munroe. . . .  3���������������������������61|AVolrigo. Edward      3902|Wolrige, Frederick  3964IAVolverton, Charles  39GS|Withrow, Franklin  3S61[  3S62!  3SC3  3S64  3SG9  3S73  3S77  3S79  3SS0  3SS1  3SS4  3SS6  3S90  3S91  3S92  3S93  3S97  3900  3901  3905  390S  3909  3910  3917  3920  3024  3925  3927  3932  3933  3930  A'anosdale.  Left  Lert  Lert  Left  Left  Left  Lett  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  AVithrow, Franklin ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  AVood, John AA'illiam Hugh.  Henry Lewis   Thomas  AVilliam.. .  AVaiter Frederick.. .  1 .lion  Alexander.. .  .1 oh n  39 GO  3970  3971  3972  3973  397 5  397G  30S6  3992  3994jWrigiit Harry Albert  :.995i\Vrlght, Frederick  399  AVood,  AVood  AVood  AVood  AVood  AVooteiv, Clement Fanshawe.  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V, Sec. 20, Tp. 20, Bangs  9, AVest 6th" M ���������������������������   Okanagan Ldg., Str. Aberdeen   Penticton,Martin Street   A'ernon, Barnard Avenue   A'ernon. Okanagan  Hotel ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Naramata, Lots 13 and 14, Blk. 3, 210.  Enderby.   AVellman's   Farm    2   Miles   t'ron;  Enderby      Coldstream  Hotel   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel   Vernon, Seventh Street   A'ernon,  Pine Street   Vernon, Coldstream Estate. ..'������������������������������������������������������.   Penticton, Lot. 79, on Flat   A'ernon, Coldstream Estate   Vernon, Coldstream Estate. ... .-   A'ernon. A'ictoria Hotel   Armstrong. Rosedale Avenue   Kelowna, Ellis Street  Enderby,  AVhaimore's  Enderby      Enderby, Cliff Street   Enderby, Mill Street   Vernon. O'Keefe's Ranch ,;  Peachland, Lot 24. in Lot 11S4   Gellatly, Okanagan Lake   Armstrong, Okanagan Street   Kelowna, Lawrence Avenue   Vernon.  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