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 *<//_  .   '      O"^ .     r  _  r v ..      .���������������������������       _    r.    '     '  A (".     ���������������������������; n 10 '������������������;"  C������������������2= ^  /  Enderby, B. C, April 14, 1910  AND  WALKER'S  WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 7; Whole No. Ill  rr<-_-wi'i  Mv_n_____  A $45,000 Land Deal  Co'nsummatecHhis Week  A real   estate    deal   of very great j   Following   accounts   were   ordered  importance   to   Enderby and district ! paid:  is being closed   this week,  involving B.-C.Gazette,    Court    Revision  the Wiley ranch, or the old Fortune      Notice  $  Meadow   land.     The   price named in   J.- E. Peever, wages March ...  the   transaction   is   $45,000, and the.R. Bailey,.Sr., wages    papers were to have been signed yes- !A. C. Buchel, wages    terday or   today,   Mr. Gracie, agent jW. H. Flack, wages   and manager for Mr. Wiley, and Mr. |F. V. Moffet, lamps  :   Little, who has conducted this end of I The Walker Press,   ptg-adv ...  the negotiations,    going to Kelowna  Mr.  Enderby Drug & stationery Co.  Wednesday to complete the deal.  R. F. E. DeHart is the buyer.  It is understood that this is not  the end of Mr. DeHart's purchases in  the neighborhood of the Fortune  Meadow lands. He and his associates contemplate investing heavily  in land in this neighborhood,with the i  object of ��������������������������� extensive apple growing,  and the cutting-up vof this large  tract into small fruit farms. Negotiations have been under way for  sometime for this place and also a  portion of the .F. Hassard farm. '  All of this section.has water piped  on the ground for irrigation and domestic purposes, and, lying - so' close  to Enderby, it would be an easy mat--  ter- to get the electric light service  and telephone into every home parcel] }d off.  E_uller details of the deal and Mr.  DeHart's intentions will be given  when definite plans, are laid.  Jas.  McMahon,  blacksmithing  E. J. Mack, livery    H. F. Wilmot, taxes    5.00  28.75  35.00  20.00  2.50  1.G0  19.70  6.75  2.25  1.50  4.00  SUSTAINED ON EVERY COUNT  CITY COUNCIL,IN SESSION  _)  All the members of thc City Council were present at the last meeting.  The amending; by-law regulating  the water service, introduced by Aid.  Blanchard, came up for its third  reading. Au amending clause was inserted to the effect that"-'in all cases  In the County Court at Vernon last  week, -Attorney Banton' won an interesting appeal case, every objection  laid by him to the ruling of the low-  i er court being sustained by the high  court'. It was in the case of Mack  vs. Gracie. The case was heard before Magistrate Rosoman some-weeks  ago. Judgement was " then' given in  'favor of the plaintiff in the full  amount sued ...for' with costs. Objec-  ���������������������������tion was .s made. ,to several'-points  ruled ,upon\by the lower court, and  these., objections were sustained by  the higher court, and judgement was  given, in favor of.the defendant with  costs. The case grew out of a difference of- opinion as, to what constituted a contract. Peter Mack sued  Wm. Gracie to recover $50.00 alleged  to be due him on a contract for the  erection of two hay barns for the  defendant. The 'barns were blown  down in a wind storm last summer.  Plaintiff alleged   the   barns were fin  A serious fire was narrowly averted  at the" King Edward hotel Wednesday  afternoon. A defective flue caused  the roof to take fire. It was discovered just in the nick of time, and  by the'aid of the handy roof ladders,  an ax and a few buckets of water the  whole thing was put out in a few  minutes.  The Moffet home has cost, in the  neighborhood of $5,000. It would  cost the city very little to give it a  sidewalk.- It would ccst still less to  give it a crossing at the handsome  approach on Belvedere street to the  sidewalk already constructed .on the  west side of that thoroughfare. The  expenditure of either sum would indicate that our city fathers are disposed to encourage improvement and  to aid enterprise.  Pioneer  Hotel Man and Family ".  Feted and Toasted by Friends  What was, without exception, the  most en.oyable banquet ever given in  .Enderby by - her citizens, was that  tendered to Mr. and Mrs. H. W.  Wright and daughter at the Enderby  Hotel last Tuesday evening. It was  the parting public good-bye to these  pioneers of Enderby.  . Mine Host Manning exerted every  effort to sustain the reputation of  the house on this occasion, and the  committee in charge "did everything  possible to give their guests such a  farewell as would befit them.and their  work in Enderby..  Sixty" plates    were   laid, and every  Opening Services  :   Enderby Church  We doubt'if the Okanagan. has ever  seen a more successful" opening than j Henderson,, of   Vernon,-who was-not  "The   handsome   home being .erected*"  for Mr. and Mrs. Lemke-on'Sicamous  street is   showing   its ��������������������������� fine   lilies - of.  architecture.     " ... ,     * -.  The elders of the Indian mission  church, drew two wagon - loads' of  furnishings for the church from tHe  station to the reserve on Monday. V -  Rev. Prof. Hetherington. B.-A., __:;'  D.,' of Columbian College^ New West-.'  minster, will preach in "the Methodist'  church next Sunday evening.' '    .;   \-.\  James Bolton   was brought before, r-  Magis'trate Rosoman op. Tuesday for",  fighting' in    the". street, but was dis-'-  seat was   occupied.      Several of the j missed because of- insufficient evidence ..  pioneers   of   the    district and 'warm  to ;convict: ^      ."'".,     ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'--  J.-A. Hooper left For - Vancouver on:'  friends of the departing guests,, were  unable to be present, but enough were  on hand to make' the occasion-one  long to'be remembered.-  -Mr. Geo. ��������������������������� Heggie") acted -as" toast-  master in the    forced absence of Mr:  | that celebrated last- .[Sunday and  Monday in connection...with the new  Methodist church '-iiv Enderby. The  church services on Sunday morning  and evening were conducted by. Revs.  Mr. Powell of Nelson and Mr. Gifford  and both t services were greatly enjoyed by. large crowds.' It is estimated" there were" three hundred people in attendance at each service.  At the opening - service, Rev. Mr.  Gifford gave a brief statement of the  cost and indebtedness of the new edifice. In round figures, the church  would cost $7,800 completed.   Of this  where the consumer is not the owner J had not been accepted  by him.   The  of thc property occupied by him, and  lower    court   held   that the plaintiff  to which the water is supplied, but a  had completed   his   part of__the.__".-.  "teriarit=onlyT^th_==f_Tte==f6r==the saicf "  water shall    be   paid strictly in advance, and if    not  shut off  ! amount $4,000 had been paid; $3,000  ished before they were destroyed by jwas the am������������������������������������ut to be raised by loan,  the wind. Defendant alleged that there was something like $300 yet to  the structures were not finished and |be collected.of the subscriptions al  to  ready   made,  ,and' they    wanted  raise $500 at these services.        *"  Tiie sermons    by   Rev. Mr. Powell  lh__nirfgJ1Sna" *    '  able to make connections at the last-  moment, and right royally did he exercise ��������������������������� these -important functions".'"*" It~  is .no exaggeration' to   say that-'the.  toasts of the evening were far ahead  of the average on similar occasions,  not, perhaps,,so much'for their':bril-.  liancy,   but ' because - back   of   each.  toast offered there was the warm esteem? of the speaker for the.guests of  the evening in whose.honor the words  were, spoken.     Good-natured   simplicity- characterized   every speech, and  there   was   something   in-each,that  found    a    response    from    all.  speech   of   the    evening was that of  Mr. Wright himself.   Never on an occasion of this nature, has Mr. Wright  responded when    called upon, but on  Tuesday night be spoke, and���������������������������he said  something.   Replying to the toast of  Tuesday    evening,    accompanied' .- by-:  his,' little boy",' -wfiere he will have an _'"  operation    performed -_ on ,the_-iad_!_o:';.  overcome" some nasal obstruction: .. v  A public meeting is called:by "Mayor..  Bell for   this- (Thursday).evening in''  the Council;   Chamber   of   the    City ^  Hall'', to ' arrange for "the jannual ,24th'.3.'"  ofr.May ...celebration.    Everybody,".'is.'_  requested to attend. .    ,' .->;., '.'���������������������������..'-- '���������������������������_-,  The prize list   of   the Fourth" An-',  nu'al' Prize meeting to be held at the  '.  rifle    range, ". Armstrong,  June, 1-2-3. "  has .been issued.".'It shows many very  liberal prizes offered, and gives prom-'  ise of a very successful meet.  Capt. R. G. Tatlow, late minister  of.finance and agriculture, in the Mc-  The ?ride cabinet, died at his home in  Victoria last Monday, as* a result of  injuries received ��������������������������� from being thrown  from his" trap on Friday last.  -Ira C. Jones writes from Vancouver-that he is kept busy as usual. He  has three   houses    rented; has-a fine  i'1  The petition for the submission of lapsed, and to sustain this ruling it  a money by-law for the erection of a j was pointed out that no other barn  public hall on the recreation ground in thc district had been destroyed in  laid over from the previous meeting  the windstorm    of    that    time.   Mr.  was again laid over to await the  submission ol plans and-further-particulars from the petitioners.  The Mayor reported having met  the Board of School Trustees in matters of   interest,    among   them    the  Gillan, of the firm of Gillan & Elliott  Revelstoke, appeared for the Plaintiff.  Robt. Bailey, acting as special constable for Enderby, took John M.  Galloway   to   Vernon   last   week to  matter   of   the   city band using the  have him   adjudged . insane,    and to  school house for practice purposes,  and a meeting of the band ancl thc  school board was to be held to go  into the matter.  A petition of the property owners  in the Lawes addition asking the city  to open a street so as to give them  access to their properties, was referred to the Council as a committee  of the whole to go over the ground  and determine what could be done.  Clerk was instructed to purchase a  supply of dog-tax tags.  '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.  The matter of the completion of the  basement of the City Hall and other  minor work was placed in the hands  of Aid. Ruttan.  Clerk was instructed to ask Mr. F.  S. Stevens to have the small building and other obstructions on the  recreation grounds removed*.  turn him over to the provincial authorities. Galloway came into Enderby some days ago from one of the  lumber camps and was soon flocked  up because of his wild antics. He  was adjudged insane, but the provincial officer at Vernon refused to  take him off the city's hands, and it  was necessary for Enderby to foot  the bill to get him to New Westminster asylum, Mr. Bailey escorting  him ^hither.  tract.   The higher court held that it  ranrn,nS aim   evening,   were eloquent  was evident   the   structures were not jand   impressive.    The   music by the  so   paid will be | completed.    Had they been properly jchoir was exceptionally well rendered  Passed as amended. 'finished   they   would   not   have   col-!and    thc   solos   and    duetts   ^ thc  : Misses. Murry, Miss Oswald, and Mr.  :L. K. Farr, of Armstrong, and by  'Mr. Higgenson, were greatly enjoyed.  Mrs. Crane was assisted in thc organ  recital on Monday evening by Miss  Edwards, -of--Vancouver, whose services were greatly appreciated. The  one disappointment to many was the  absence of Rev. Mr. Osterhout of  Vernon,  who was indisposed.  Thc supper served on Monday evening   by   the   Ladies   Aid and their  friends was lavish.       More than 200.  sat clown   to   the    tables, and there  was an abundance for all.  The amount asked for bj1- Rev. Mr.  Gifford at the opening service���������������������������$500���������������������������  was exceeded by $3.  This church is one of the finest in  the Valley. It is of brick. Its seating capacity in the auditorium alone  is 250. "The Sunday School room adjoining is composed of an assembly  room ancl five class rooms, with accommodation for 125, and is so constructed that it can be used when  necessary as part of the auditorium.  The building throughout is well  worthy all the good that has been  said of it. Its acoustic properties  are as nearly perfect as it is possible  to make them. The one lack of harmony noticed by all was in the interior finishing, the light varnished  wood work conflicting seriously with  the dark mission-finished pews. In all  other respects the building was highly commented upon by all.  the evening, proposed by Mayor Bell, I garden where goats do not break in  he=  "characteristic"ally^^gave-^r_m"im^s^n_ steal", .,lots   of"   roses and. other  censes of the pioneer days which were ' flowers, and fruit trees galore,  most entertaining and humorous. t_   t_   _  A report of this   very happy occa-  .:R\ Ba!le? has received advice .from  sion would not   be complete without ^ leSal ad���������������������������fs   a* Vancouver, the  ,   ��������������������������� ���������������������������_._._. ,   ifirm of MacNeil,   Bird, Macdonald &  prominence being given to the excel-!.,    _. ,.    __,        ' ' 1,J-ttl-uuuaiu ������������������  ___���������������������������* ii*- .        i     ni-     iMayfielu,  that an absolute decree of.  lent vocp.l   selections    given by Mrs.    _. ' ��������������������������� l    U1  w    __     r>    * tt ��������������������������� ���������������������������   ' divorce had   finally   been granted bv  W.  E.   Banton.    Her    voice   was m'..     _      _.    _,    , b y  the Court,   final   papers having been  splendid   timbre   ancl   her   selections  met with a hearty "encore. . -     - -  Mr. ancl Mrs. Wright and Mrs. McCormick leave this week for Vancouver where they expect to make their  future home.  ENDERBY NEWS IN BRIEF  TENDERS  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up till Saturday, the 23rd  of April, for the digging and refilling  of about two miles of pipe-line ditch,  from Patchett Creek to south boundary of Stepney Ranch. Particulars  as to plans ancl specifications can be  had on application to���������������������������  GEO. HEGGIE. Mgr.  Stepney Ranch, Enderby.  The first shoot of the season was  held at the range yesterday afternoon  Jas. Mowat returned from a business trip    to    Kamloops on Monday.  C. F. Costerton was up from Vernon Tuesday to attend the Wright  banquet.  A son was born to Mr. ancl Mrs. H.  H. Worthington, at the Vernon hospital, the past week.  Wild flowers are abondant in the  canyons and on the hills, and that  spring feeling has arrived.  Tomorrow night the Eckhardt dramatic company will hold the boards  at K. P. Hall. It comes well recommended.  Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Worthington  are the happy parents of a bouncing  boy baby, which came to their home  the past week.  Mr. Campbell, senior member of  the firm of Campbell Bros., furniture  dealers, Vernon, was a visitor to Enderby Monday.  signed last week.  The girls' club will hold an afternoon tea, and an evening social with  refreshments in the old Methodist  church, Tuesday next, April 19th. An  admission fee of 25c will be charged  in the evening, which will include a  lunch and an evening's pleasure. Do  not mix your dates���������������������������it's thc 19th.  Thc ladies of St. George's Guild  will hold a sale of aprons and baby  clothes in the Parish Hall on the afternoon and evening of Thursday,  April 21st. Refreshments and ice  cream will be served. All ladies contributing fancy articles will kindly  leave same at the home of Mrs. Brimacombe, Tuesday, the 19th.  Mr.,and Mrs. Wm.' Gracie and child  will leave for Scotland Friday. "In  the few years they have resided at  Enderby, these estimable people have  won a host of friends, who will regret to lose them from our midst.  Business affairs at the old home demand their return to make their permanent home in the land o' heather.  Don't neglect to read the store  news this week. It will encourage the  storekeepers to tell you more if you  tell them you saw it in the Press. 4  .OR, THE NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL J-HIX.  Oil  IIIS  mm  "F.IJIT-A-TIVES", THE FAMOUS  FRUIT MED.CIN E, SAVED HIS LIFE.  CHAFTER YI[.-(C.nCd)  ���������������������������'-'..Pshaw-!''   returned    Nellie.  he  knows the difference  i  bo-  gacss  twoetv.rose-tint an.il , .dibitrn." Why,  h.1. the most, fastidious maul ever  saw.    He cau^l ..(Midiero thesmelV of  ���������������������������-co ok in;  i!nc!  savs he  would   never  look twice  dv  i.  whose jiam.s  )I1.  were not..#is soft and win La as---we  as niin _..;; and she glanced  ad.air  ing, v  ai, the little  ���������������������������a  Jin .ev s.  snowv  . . ���������������������������  ��������������������������� Q'"������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������        -     .   ���������������������������  winch were .beating ._ tunc linonine  proof that  old .-.Hannah,  window-sill.       :':  /"I- wants no  bettor  ln_ 9a fool.''' mtltiered  .wlio looked upen.. Nelli  /what s.Iio  really was,  a  thing. ������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������;���������������������������:���������������������������������������������������������������������������������:-  '' _V fool. Haiinah,5' retorted Mel-  lie; "I'd like to have Aunt"'"���������������������������'Kelsey  as  .11 IT;  emg  silly  hoar you say  1.1  ; Why,.'-he':!, the  very bestmatch in Bodies.cr. All  the girls arc dying for him,--but he  don't c.r'e s\ tlr.iv/ for .one oi Lhem.  He's out of health now. and is  coming ������������������������������������������������������here', this Rummer with Aunt  ,-Kt  Isey.  and  _ .  en  voir 11    .see diow  perfectly refined he is." By tlie way;  Maude, it I had a;.much money  Tot  at  I'tT.fi x  !. know  ray command; as you nave  7:upi-the:7parlor:a little  fathc.   won;L, and that carpet, 'I'll  venture to 'say,  was in ".tho  ark.  X  /almost; dread to hayc J. ��������������������������� G.come,  ?h.tvK so;; pariicular, but then he  know ..wo axe rich, and;.beside..'hat,  'Aunt Kelsey has; told :liin. just/how  kttngy father/is,;; so. 1 don't care no  mucin    Did :i'.-".'t _il yom J.  C. has: a  //cousin / _ urnes^, who   may-. possibly  :;coiueitoc>.::;I/never saw--him,, but  /Auhtidvol. e>-^  ;_ .t;n..i tba^  .diould prick her finger.., or .callous  her hand,-'' she said, ''and Mr. De  Yore ���������������������������.thought so much of a pretty  hand."    . ' ."   'L   '  .'"N.onsense !''���������������������������' said John, whowas  fill! a member of the family, "nonsense, Miss.Nellie! I'd give a heap  more, for one obdViiss Maude's little  'fingers, red and.rough* as thoy may  bo, than-: J_ would for both them  soft, sickish feeling hands of  yourn;"' and '.'John hastily disappeared from the room Lo escape the  angry words whicli he knew would  f el lo w  his bold remark.   .;.;,'.  Nellie was not,a favorite at hini of  and no one humored lier as much  as Maude, who, on this occasion,  almost outdid herself, in her endeavors to plea'. >��������������������������� the exacting girl,  and make the ho u so;' as p re sen ta hi c  as possible to the fashionable Mrs.  Kelsey, and ihe still more fashionable J. 0. D. Vc re. The new car-'  pet" was nicely i_lied to the iloov,  new curt.ins hung before the windows, the "old-' 'sofa.��������������������������� was re-covered,  the.; piano was tun eel, a hat-siai.d  purchased fov the hall, the 'spare  chamber  cleaned, --'and .ihon   very  _tg;_    <____>! ii^JMr *J__c_H^igni  JAMES DINGWALL, Esq.  Williamstown, Oiit., July 27th, 7008.  ���������������������������^ ."I suffered ; all my life from Chronic  Constipation -and.no doctor, or remedy,  I ever tried helped me.   "Frmt-,.-fives"  promptly curccl me.   Also,������������������������������������������������������last spring  I had a bad attack  of BLADDItR and  KIDNEY TROUJ'.LJi. and the doctor  gave _ie up but  "Fruit-n-tives" saved  my life.    I _m now over eighty years  of   age   and   I   strongly   recommend  ���������������������������"���������������������������Fruit-a-tiv.es'.', for   Constipation   ami  Kidnev Trouble".  ���������������������������:.-: (Signed) JAMES DINGW. LI,. :   '  50c .1 box, 6 for ������������������2.50���������������������������or trinl box, 35 c  ���������������������������at-   dealers:   or .fromi Fruit-a-tivcs:;  Limited, Ottawa. ���������������������������'-..  spend  the   remainder   of the  sum  mer,  A  Kle'THiCr.  dandi-  iinpatientiy: ..'Nellie ��������������������������� wailed  for,:t.he  0U8>  ^'^0. 1 Iy  day. when her guests were expected  te arrive'.'        ''���������������������������'  "was .known/id  m  payi une. bu6  ifii eVi tion ';-;tc������������������ a^wdm ah. inless/shc,;w:as  djni i.r. r; ed; j) r. ���������������������������; e 11 gagcd^^HeVhas-a juosf  ^delightful h(yi,se;;at.Ilarnplort^v/iore,  ;i7l)'c;;liye3:-\vit.^  ; 31 e ver Tnarry^ unless ��������������������������� it ������������������������������������������������������..'.'���������������������������is liOnie  7";}drcd;girl..wlib knows.diow7to,;AVO.!;k.:  /Why,������������������;:hc^vwas'.once���������������������������'heard;i0 say.'lie  S!voTiid?s'opn"''e):''':rjif  ; ed Irish girl than a fashionable eiiy  rf]ady,;";. -)\o ���������������������������;. knew;/; -ni .hixig ..Initio  dress, and fiirt, and play the piano  ���������������������������;���������������������������the:;w-rctch.:'' ��������������������������� ^;;   ���������������������������':'������������������������������������������������������:.'���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������:.: "���������������������������.:���������������������������.:.  :S '.'Oh���������������������������'!; I-know:T should like diim,"  The  time cauic at   last,  a clear  June  afternoon.   and  immediately  .1  exeianneo; i^ouis  v."ho ii;  had been  ;aifentive listener.-. :  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-. :"'{ ;:(i.!,rc i .a-'v ���������������������������'":vou  ,1  mcl-  : Maude, ;���������������������������!(.>,  ding,  sUouidu'i;  after.  WO Uic!,  ; rcturricd Ncliio./ad-  m    moment; "aud 1  wt.5it]e.r=--:j'f""',,"">1  v.  ���������������������������.:AI;HH.ip--..JU!>'L  suiifed him. .piiiioularly if he finds  he. -ai}) :toher,.elbows_in._d_i!gii. r.k'o,;  Maude., it isi for :vour .interest  to  imorove   (.lie.  V.v  <d-.i;"/casile.  a.  "Won't you i������������������uy a new ea rjjci"i  vhe drew nearer    to    Maude  littlo;."  ': and  who  nm.(  !������������������������������������������������������>  Tlu  no   e. ;cct.; rcpiN  three hniulred  ind  ���������������������������fi'ftvxlol-  " =1���������������������������l  ~lais...interest- niODey  v.'iii.eii hin: mrrr  ���������������������������..'-received.-, iii" year, before, had   but  liti.ie . of if. been' exp. _d .d  on her-  ���������������������������-;Keif, though il had-.{mr, -lased many  .furl; fnr  ihe  .'household, 'for  after; dinner ]\ el lie repaired to, hcr  charnbei'; so as lo,ha .:o ample time  Lo try the; effect uf;-her * different  dressed, ere deaiding ujiou any one.  Maude,'too, was:a; good deal excited,; for one, of: herieven������������������������������������������������������ tempera-:  ment. /; ;,; . he -raiher'������������������������������������������������������..clrcadcd-.-';%ij:^:  :KoIsey,,:.whoin;sh_ .had /seen; but  iwice/in ;her;life^ but for Eomo-rea-;;  son,; wholly inexplicable;'.rdierseli,  sli_ 4 f e 11 ;;���������������������������; i,? s t r an g e - i h te res fc _ i xv ;;th e  'wonderthk: JiOG.. ;brA\.hbm :she'-iacl  hearcf;so;niueh/,;Kiif ihaf^he.wbald  rn'/tiiie^hei^dn/Lhe: least,/but; a;rna-n  who could;funi:. the; beads of,:a!I;the  girl.viu ;Kochesfcr.in 1 usb.^bpi; some-;  .what.above ;dhe;;con .hoiv order of  mortals-;"T7_hd77\\d^ .jv'i/ai 7'kiW/licr'  work was done, and she,' loo;; wont  i,P lo- dress,-;it was ; with an; 1.1 ii-  iipua-l degree of ca.rneKtncss -'that sho  .asked. liev������������������.sisler/what"she./chould  wear,i-hat-'wciuld be becoming...;.;;  ''Wcar^what ; yon "/please,/ buf  d'*.n-'t .bother me, "answered ;-]s!e'-  lie. smodthing down the"folds of hcr  iigJit > blue inuslin, which harmonize d. admirably with her ...clear,; .<: -Ui-  ������������������������������������������������������pje_ i0:;i.;:;i;:. :."'_ "-"'^"^: ^  ,. "Claude,' called 'bonis, fro. i Die  adjoining rooai,. ;"\vcar ..wlrttei.....V,o\i  always look', jjrctly iii/ white.". . ;  ' -' 'So does every -.black person '."  answered Nellie, feeling -���������������������������-���������������������������pro voiced  (hat she had not advised Lhe wear-  fied-looking young man sprang; out,  .followed,;'-by-; another /far different  in style, although^ equally /as fi_e  looking. The lady next alighted,  and scarcely were hcr feet upon the  ���������������������������g������������������ otind whon she '.was caught.around  the. neck by a little "fairy ligure.iri  blue,- ������������������������������������������������������whicli' had trjppoc. gracefully  unconsci-  very conscious of  every;step,she took, for.the.blaek-  meustacbed;/ yourig r ::rn an, '-who  touched hi .';;:'h_t:.to her so .politely,0  was. particular al_ n;t  Kfi-ifc."'.--'':-  down tlie walk, .seemingly  woman's  health, it was really with the view  of asking her to be his "wife that  he had come to Laurel Hill. He  had first objected to liia cousin ac-  (companying him���������������������������not for fear "of  rivalry, but because he disliked  what he might say of Nellie, for if  there was a. person in the .world  -whose opinion he respected, and  whose judgment he honored, it was  his cousin James.    "Wholly  unlike J.: C. .was James,  and yet ho was  quite as popular,  for. b_c word from   him .was" move,  highly prized., by scheming mothers  a.nd  artful  young   gii'is,   than   the  most complimentary speech tliat J.  C. ever made.    He meant what he  said;  and  to  the kindest,   noblest  of hearts, he added a line comma;".d-  ing  person,   a  finished education,  and a quiet; gentlemanly manner,  tor say   nothing  of his   unbounded  wealth,   and   nnisical "voice',   whose  low,   deep  tones    had    stirred the  heart-strings of more than one fair  maiden- in  her  teens,, but/ stirred  th'cnv in vain, foi. James Do Vere  1.ad nover seen the w.0man he wish-  c-d to; call his" wife ; and now, at the  age  of   twenty-six, die was looked  upon as a confirmed old/.'.bachcl'ov,'  whom almost any oneAv.p'ukl;marry,  but whom no one ever could.   "He  had  come; to Laurel   Hill   because  ;Mrs.  -Kelsey had"-asked him  so to  de,    and    because    he    thought it  would  be pleasant to sjiend 0, few  weeks 'in-'that--part-.of--the.-..country.-.  Of .[aude's existence he kecwrto-  thiug, and when at last supper was  announced,  and    he    foi lowed   his  cousin"to Lhe dining-room, he start-  fd"ih surprise, ai. his1 eye foil on the  uark-eyed girl, who, with a, heightened  bloom .upon  her  check,   presided at the;   table ; with so much;  grace "a nd: (lighity. ��������������������������� /';YVh cili cr.'' iri ten -;  tionally=or not, . 'c caiinot say_; but  Nellie/failed to introduce her stepsister; .and as- Mrs;"Ivelscy/v. as too  much absorbed   in -"looking: at her  pretty niece. ;ahd in. talking , to her  .brother;./tp:-;iiotice/:;;tha;^  Maude's-.position would have /been  ! me ran  *H"H~f _-f" _-_"H ^^^-4- ^. -. 4 -f'_- ���������������������������+  FAJ_M NOTKB.  Bones (up to 400 pounds* per aero}  are beat when they have, een steam,  ed or boiled, since tho fat ia mostly removed thereby. Bhotild be ii  a very fine dust, the i'mer lhe bet.  (er, aud applied some time before  needed.  Any corn-raiser who pays parti,  cuiar attention to a variety;of con  Lhat wi 11 shell out a large j<erconrt-  age knows the importance,., f. Kcoiir-  ing-.tv v. .riety that is heavy, and 'with  the kernels compact on the .'cob.  Such an?_ar jvi 11 shell out frovu x)i  to 92 per cent.    ���������������������������  Many farmers who grow minimum -  crops of wheat 'without profit yeaf  after year,  would find uiciio pro(i(������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������.  in  rye./   ���������������������������. Such /_wbeat -; oropa art]l  grown/on  thin,  exhausted  or  wet  lands,    live would on  aueh lands_  j/C-'.^  efted by'/the live-stock woiiId giv.  some^ return and could be made a  means of improving the bind. On  wet kiRd-ifr'.'is' the '.-'more'-' certain of;  the two, as; ifc will not wiui_.rgill,  and tiie: return it gives _'_cfarmer^  is not absorbed by the lalxir bill, /i  At."the Maryland cxpsi^veiifc station  careful  trials  in'., ���������������������������growing po-;  tatoes showed   that    deep  cultivation   not too  often  repeated;;gave";  the  befit yield; that seed���������������������������]'(or;early  planting kept in cold storage pro-  ii.f  I  '������������������������������������������������������' -ti  31  m  m  '���������������������������.;.,;-.A."little apart, from the rest stood  tlie stranger, easualiyeveing the; di-,  uiin;utive^at.!rc,;<ifwlms^^  manly demeanor ;-ot;:^ James,  who. always;'courteous, particular-  ly. to'" those,;whom hei-hought/neg-  Ie. ted,: ;/bo.w;ed ��������������������������� "���������������������������' poll teiy ,:;/a iid y--nin:.do.  o._ ..peri ocuotis he Lad;;.heard 'much, i.'-''���������������������������'���������������������������:,,\  ... .���������������������������-.;��������������������������� 1.'.   :_.:      , , ���������������������������    j.'.:eiuie  There  was  both from berparrial aunt and, his  ^  ;ei. ism.-  of some coior not as Decomi)!:  L .��������������������������� Ma u d e as si i c kh e w w h i t e:  ie  a   oomiiii-f,  ,Maudr;  gave what  was  w;  pavh>r carpet    ir.-nui_.yi. <  lnitshe   wo'uid   iu;t   ph dy-  ,t<i.',.buv...."netl:'e.'r, until she.  ���������������������������nerous.   am!  treeiy  ��������������������������� fM' own to give.The  viblc-i   i'V'Ti   h.er,  herself  ...I'fm.  the  Jt,Tie(  .on  ed.   rcl  "fie  ier. pi.-'vc: 1 k di  1  used .on:  n ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������  lie   said,  ":  al  ail,  ai:'!  to niahe ii_:  tibic. ''���������������������������'  ft Sv;:s   in  was prehc'ii  and .!.  C   \  didn't care  1  tie  ill f  Wll.i,  carpet wa  'U'u::  ���������������������������(.���������������������������'/_r.:rr.c.T_u>-i  ;.;���������������������������, i)-.<: cxiieet  . l.aUiiC jUlfl liie iu-ii.itj.st conji'.n'Jicc  in  bonis'  taste,  and 'when, fifteen  hiimUo:';-later.' she st.od'before fee  mirror, her short, glossv curls ehio-j ir.g  of her a<  tvring about    her    head,   a bright jdul'bevl him '  bloom, on her. cheek,, and a bright  luilf-.fcriiitl'.ir.  mbineritarydhrili^-aifcelihg ; sn cli: as  OT!e;;;c_perieiiee!.; in /gazing ^upoira  ; va.re : pi ece/: 0 f;.; sculp tu re--and;/tlieii  'tli.'e.;::hej.-rt������������������^  RVinied-its-aeeiistometl-beiit^  k a ew\ ;,the ;. yi ti per ��������������������������� ; ;<;}) iuiibe . . ���������������������������'. f -fee  mind,;was.;empty,"���������������������������.' atfdU/:hencefprt!);  :Nellie's beauty;,would,, lave';iVav'atr  traetioh aor/himr.-.jVeiy prettily; she  led;-bo/way/id/flie .houseV.'iah'.d-;;.after,  aishcringrher/gue! -Swinto/the/;;iKir-  lor,:,ran7:up-stairs. !to'Maude",, bid-;  d ing dter; to; order ''su ppe r; at ./once'.,  and telling heras a piece of impbrt-  :a nt news.; wii icI > -s11 e ;'d id. n01 al ready  know, tiiet���������������������������';��������������������������� 'AuntvKelscy, Junica^  aiid /J.' 0- ;hafl: come.'';;  - _'::���������������������������",'."; oh a i^TEii a":i n;v '^,  James" and J. G.r 1. e; Yerc were  ���������������������������'ccusi....;" and also cousins ;of Mrs:  Keiecy's husband :;., and' hence .the  iiii.imacyclicLween:;; /ihat^dady"-ajul  ���������������������������tliehiseH'es ,;or TatberdVeLwecn thai  lady,,, au(f; J.;-C^,,. vlio, was undeni-.  ably ihe fa\:orite, ])artly'because he  ���������������������������was'.'-iriiieh-.ikre. herse!f,;;; and partly,  because of his name, -which she  thought so exclusive���������������������������so different  from any erne's else. His romantic  young mother, who liked anything  ...vorihg; ai'-aii^f^Vavei'lfTiiad'"i_"i-.'  ib;:dverrseveivil/;rcma;rks^/c_)nc:erping  l.heTfitn'cs3/ef:-;the','day:i^and;'''t_c'de-;  di gh tf u li^:<yv;/������������������;w.hi eh������������������;;d';^irfys;Hill.  ceiUina.ndedB;of 1 ';t^P . .^nrrotpiaing.  .pantry^; .Slie V/wasIno/eieni^d^rbs  '.k _cw._. nd,'���������������������������; 1Poking.��������������������������� in/bcr;::brifxhtj.  black; eyes, 'he' sa\y .that she Had;far;  .iuor. . 'iliii. :.than;.^  whd,/asMisual,;!wais7pM  . ^__y"'all;iuahhcr:';c"f:ldbhshTthings:;  /(To be ���������������������������eontinued.)   ;.;;;';.';  duced no , belter result_;__aji that  kept in 7 good,; cellars;,; aecd-with/  strong sprouts _ gave/   T2. ;bunheis  again st,;.38;:; bushels  ;:; from    weak  sprouts j 7Wl.il e the seed , end of po-;  i.atbkes yielded better reatdty/ithan  ���������������������������the stem/end of 22 to- -fO! bushels;/  -Tlic'/Siipcngv^yalue^f.^  clearly proven: as,-well  as the; ii'ii-^-  pc.i'tance of heal thy 7 seed over;. v'en -  slightly .diseased tubers/ /Spraying  with ^Bordeaux/ ��������������������������� mixtt/re > ^ix^^tirnes'^  produced -hotter results than ;-Kpniy-/;  ing _f0ur; tiihes;;;.-������������������������������������������������������;7/;;;.'7;-,z.;";.7    ;//:/ ;/-./.;'//  -i  MISFOItTuNE FdUTH'E;BLOOD-  '<-H        -//...:-7;;'I;E. S.:-f.;.;:i;_-;;.:;;;:;;.;:;;;:  Misfortune for^tho  ondle^s���������������������������that  should be; printed'in all Lhe/public  places;; T You must hay e. blood "tb  have'strong .;lungs:1 to .enable ;,;you  io,withstand,':.all the dust''an'd;"r,hi'-'  crobes u'i. "snmniei:/and; .heAuc. eing  winds and cold of winter. Oon-  sumption :is,, ^properly;/..srieaking,;  lack of blood: the natural result of:  ahaeiniav To prevent/ conaumpt.i'on-  rich blood-; is necessary. 7The be^t  way. to protect the organs is-to cir  culato  lungs,  this rich blood through  the  Manv have been  saved .by  flirted;  Jededl  Hi  c'r snule. upon her lit), she tin  if was the dress  wliich made  ii'ok s'o   well,  for it" had never  tered. her.mind .thai, she .was li  ilLdltj  her  cniild-  i'C  ���������������������������'.���������������������������r-  f.'iocd,'' j  iiaidly   worn!  m._:i!ii  if   hisj  :���������������������������. 1 .ni; ������������������!' !'e"  ;  \\ ear vour coral ear pug:;,  hie  Mw.   r>, w, t.-i     "i 1.11   \*   >  . v.':: 1 'i  idles  called  man.'!   and ��������������������������� 1  "le .v form,   a  superb,set of  ujjen  hire  the  cognomen  of  ih Ciei-.h'botliain,'.'and repent-  when too late, had  'J. C'.,, by wliich ii;imn  generally known,   'lhe  him    "a.    love of  it  :c. he Was,   if a  fault-  wicked: black  eye,   a  teeth .'.aii-'u.'ie.NOCp.i.ion-  in-  UO V.'  said  Louii-, who had wheeled hiim-ele in-j .1!l(i  wealth,  OS  1 mi1, e..-  (jtH.i-.  e' Vrvi  :���������������������������. :��������������������������� ? 1 n v  I.  (  nt   XciiiC,  Ann'..  Ke!  (he uk! ���������������������������!..  ior either,  ���������������������������._ _u!d ..ii'1 '  ',V iie  ��������������������������� V ,'.  .1 __ie room. :..:tl v.as wauiiieg uer  iih .all a fond bro.ht.rV> jreide.  I The earring:; were a decided iui-  lpioveme.it; ���������������������������'���������������������������|-:l lhe ,j������������������^dons ..cllie,  I when slie sa.w. lunv neat and !as!'.:-  jj'ul   iwi?   Ik r   .h-ler".   .dr....;���������������������������,   began  ier:  If 1  e.tjked  iilS    IWiU'.iS  >. i  _ S _ i ���������������������������  ,Wi;<.*;  pay i  ;!���������������������������������������������. ei'v, saymg, y.nc  \ 11 IV.ghl. iii-:t she'd ix'jihing li!- to  Iw.-ar, ;i.nd if her i'alher did iKd buy  If.*  smeefliiag s-he'd run away."  1 i ii e. ThTi IT. i . .1 m7 .ri-lny" 1 o. I7I If  I i ���������������������������: .  of broadcloli. . ve>)otted  lci'fec! gufid humoi' constitute  llhe i.ngredifvd c which .make up "a  !, vc of ;.. jnaM." Added to this, he  ri:ally did p^-ess a govd share of  common ^'m-v-, and with the right  kind of iiilliiei'ice, would have made  ;i. far diir'e.'ent man fr.eri what, he  was. 8el. love was the bane td' his  life.  and. as iie liked dearly to  be;  _>_,._,_^vhj-ij-'���������������������������"..- -)____i_v-_-���������������������������,i .__--T_--_t_T...-_-,-_.__i .-.:,��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������.- ...__,  ^rn-T--v\T"nTTrnTS_~ri7rlr~i'n-:-S7-ijex'aiTse-  fhe.^c .Pills aae a remarkable..'blood  builder; imf indirectly biit tl!recti."  ���������������������������with.each'.dose.- Thoy have cured  thousands of cases of anaemia;  green sicknes',.; . .general debility  and all other troubles arising out  of poof blood.  LIVK STOCK '.NOTES.  ::;/ ;,e.ow.0ERNi n a v:wj^$??M  Y;Thert3;:':is.'inb;;;;article>i^  :dhced,:that:-isAhc)rc;;pdns{Ui,ble,;; .iai-^;.  milk or :_rxyam;;says;H:oard'9; iJa iry-;;.//  man.;.7;;M. uy /things dmi)i-ove;A\dtli-/;7  age. butAuilk,is:v_t/ita;/best:lmnm  iitely._<iftbv.'���������������������������.-'drawri';': frcmi;:,ihe.:;:. ddc _i:/;  cf/thoi/cow: V.The;-longeV;.^_. _r . _pfc:;S  af tc iv :tbi s:;i the; popf cf; 'i t liecom esi;, 1 n-;;:. /  cpialily ;nb:;niatber/h(nv eaV(_ully,:it/  has' beeri  produced..;   /Jt ithercfor .'Vi  become^necessarythatlp^oVucieipV;  p red nee- th c bc st - q u ali ty; - 01; b 11 tt ti r ".  ."ere am '-.sli.oul d   , be/ dol'i ve'ro'd finprciv;'  than Vtuce a 'week;:tp;tbo/cre.iufcry;7.  H.'-.J.  Credicott/says;'in rol'erenee /  to;, this point t If we wish to^make ���������������������������/"...  a, good  quality; of butterAve : im.sb r/  have i,he; cream   ;delivered ;;to the; r,  ;cfeainery.-.'whi 1 e;it is7stil! _w0et"listel -i  fresh  i n ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.- fi a vo r.. ��������������������������� Wc:) i������������������,ye i n<f rii e - ; /:  ilvod which  will turn bad ilavbred /  ci'eara into; good butter.:;[]iaye-re-   !'  ceived/many leftersrifvbm butter-;'"/.  aiakers stating that the'oreain was_:  a week or more old before it reach- ;  ed the .creamery'.''.  There i. no but,-"  -icr-maker liyipg^ who  can make a: /,  ���������������������������/(,[  ���������������������������-���������������������������il  <;  goofrdmfter from such cream. The  creamery patrons nm.fc deliver  their cream more often if they expect the bntier-makcrto make good  butter.   -..'.'  her  frills,    .v������������������h.  toe   laree   lor.  That thV wun'  resu!;. of the v  visit,   had  ie.'.  Mrs. Keh^.-v. ar  willing to  ii.'ive  the   i'.'.ibjeci, .of  iin;:.''.ital'.h'.   ;i������������������m  f..;cr  in  Iter  b!u,  x\v  tin  o  lie Hi.  '.iv     were   aii.oge  oni1   ul   his  ma..  I probably  ��������������������������� ling n;a;i';  1   ylrougly  V.'.''  urn'  re-  cet.M  .  1    !.  . 1,  l;i_U   ('ouu  : 1,  quietly  ���������������������������>  and gavi  (���������������������������; n,< s;.  waikc i  U ie  with   I  1 ''.:1s'  wiide  i.ver.  U  ������������������������������������������������������>   'lisif   j  rpet  three-ply  lira rd her  home  ai-  ali  carp ft.,    '.v  ��������������������������� i'-t-r  :id.U'  as soon    .-  1  a. dear :.  1.  i.i:i*j'.i ii1,  he i!;.ore  ib.tl on  h" wa:-.  e:i!-:- of an-  .\.'!li;.' ,.,i\'.>  da ude vc ry  lhe store.  1.  hands'i'eie  'ihis hr't  v.h-u at al!  isiviiig vt-nf.  !..ct!cr, !-Ik:  -avin.v, ���������������������������".'!'  :'.i;e   had  bb  was  inditman  1  ie  dri  hi  v:  "Al.i\b  ick    re..  !\S    deft 1!  io '.t  soon  was  UC  eye<:.   for  ���������������������������'  < black  one... '  .'la.!ii'"s    can,'  iiider  of   1_ nu  '-A   Maude  icr   usual   threat i  a/id as 'after j  :.';ener_!lv 'I'.lt'  d   her   (ears,  c!i!VW;i.v   that  l  i mo  jiie  I     Vr  iwavs.  ,r>������������������ '  on wit it whom  Hiiis to Nellie  ('.  COl! Iti  was the  . v. ho al-  f.  nn   Nei-  (Uivimis atiael;: .  ine;  tlie-  time  ,1.1  clock  iii.il     s;ie   Had  )������������������������������������������������������.   sh<>u!i.!   be  i:(..J\l  iiome   as   scon     .-   1'OS! d-'e. ^  i'on   ai'i  a. dear :. .1.'!  e.ii'1 rJ'.vr  and I he-jie .lame.'-; De Vere wiii  5;i.i! in love \v it'n von." was Ke'lie',-  f>.xclama'i>'ii -'!^ '-he mw a large roll  r door,  bill  not a  lie ciocK \\as. strik-  lalf an  hour more   and  Uiey would     'tie     there,  and going  fiij'oinUi   tiie    room.-;    below,  deposited  siii.c!>. in  did u\u.  ihe  ma.king of  t im ca rpet  ecr to f:i!_'.        "She  . olm;!  Nellie  ii.iked to ice if eveiything was in  npfw. then returning to hcr chamfer above, she waitnd impatiently  until the -uund of wheels was heard  hi the disianee. A cloud of dust  wu:. visible next, and soon a large  tiavel ing-carriage stojiped at the  g:;1e laden with trunks and boxes,  as  if its occupants   had    come to  ikifterod,   mi he   in   turn  became  consiuimiaie flatterer  ,-er, adapting his remarks n>  the nature of the.pei  was cojA'crsiug.  medy, he said a thousand l'uol-  i-h thing.-, just because he^ knew  hi: graiiheri hev vanily by. doing so.  Alliiongh possessing the. reputation  <if a wealthy man, .'!. C. was far  from being one, a,nd his great object', was to secure a wife, who,  while not distasteful to him, still  had money enough to cover many  faults, and such an one he fancied  Nellie Kennedy to be. From Mrs.  Kelsey he had'received the impression that the doctor was very rich,  and as Nellie was tho only daughter, her fortune would necessavilv  be large. To be sure, he would  rather she had been a little more  sensible, but as she was not. he  resolved to make the best of it,  and although claiming to be something of    an invalid    in    quest of  .Cleanliness in winter is probably  more necessary than in summer,  from (he fact that fowls are obliged  '..>n ��������������������������� ..count of the much longer  nights arid many severe days, to  spend more  time  in  the lofts.  The model farm horse should  possess bize and -strength in order  that he may move large loads, fie  ������������������������������������������������������hould. be iptick in some degree or  tho ox would answer the purpose.  He should be a fair traveller. He  . .1 .nl.d be gentle, handy, and of  f.)_od appearance.  ���������������������������J.l. is not only possible to start  with common cows as a foundation,  and build up a good herd of beef  cattle, but it is one of the best  moves that the average farmer can  make, providing, of course, hc has  the common cows to begin with.  We.should advocate building up thc  herd every time from common  stock, so that one would gain experience while making improvements. Place the average man  without experience in possession of  a fine herd, and he will in most  eases abuse it through ignorance.  If a man cannot breed carefully  enough to build up a herd he cannot handle line-bred animals well  enough to keep them . up to their  standard. If therr. \s going to be  anv failure it is better to have it  out with the common herd so the  loss will bc less.  . IJUI..GLAR.S KGBIltfD  IXtfilSK.  VT-7, Marte a Rig!J.__!P'.;"  -. .Tdw-oIten-dica(tings--liko;,thisLarc  seen in the daily and weekly papers  throughout the country, stories of  burglars having raided house3 cither "at night!, or during the absence of the occupants and having  secured large sums of money which  .ere being'kept .in the house.  The average pen-on wonders how  't is that pcopic are so foolish as to  keep largo sums of money or .valuables lying around the house sub-  ic;t to raids of this sort. 'When  there are surplus funds on hand  mos,_ people 'deposit: thorn in the  nearest Bank or else sonic Bank  that offers special facilities to Savings Accounts, such as the Traders  Bank of Canada,  In the -Traders' Bank every Savin .s Depositor is made to feel that  .lis account is welcomed and that  the Bank is glad to ��������������������������� have small  transactions pass through on his  account at any time, including-deposits :of any amount from .$1.00 upwards aud withdrawals by. cheques  at any time that may suit the customer's convenience.  People.,living in country districts  iiv away from Banking facilities  will have no difficulty whatever in  doing their Banking by Mail. The  Traders Bank will .end free a little  treatise on Banking by Ma.il to any  party writing in to the Head Otliee  of the Traders Bayk of Uauath,  Toronto. 4>  _?  __._t__  ______5_l_"  -HOC!  AT HIS MAJESTY'S TABLE  ITO.V   TOE   KING'S   BITCHES"  ������������������INft' vvouks.  There a.e.fiL.i.y IL\.!.._ Which Can  fce Tasl.d Only nt Ih.  ttoyal Tablo.  Mr. _f.o.y.iger, tha head cook al  Bitckinglui ,i Palace, occupies an  i m j) or knit, post- in the Koyal. household. Hi-, {.alary is __,000 per an-  nuiu, and lie ia recognized as being  one ol vll_C gr .nlest culinary arliafcu  in the world. Tim l.uyul kitchens  and lit., whole kitchen staff are under his own pie to control, says London Ajuivt ._;.  Ope.dug" oJT the main kitchen al  one. side of it arc half _ dozen smaller kitchens, and on thc other side,  there .re four otlices, where lhe  clerical wo He in connection with  the kitchen department is attended to. One of thcso offices is Mr.  Memigcr',." private   room.  Air. Wen age _ does not Jive in  Buckingham Palace, bufc has his  private residence close to ifc. On  arriving at . tho Palace ��������������������������� usually  about cloven o'clock in the rtioru-  ing"-���������������������������-hia fir.t cure is lo inspect thc  lunch menu for that day, wliich' has  been prepared by his first, assistant, aud _!po thc menu for breakfast the following morning. He  then pvopai .a the dinner menu for  the following day���������������������������a task that occupies -hitn usually a couple of hours.  SAUCti THE Ki._G LIKES.  No two'dinners at the Jloyal table  nre ever iho same. Certain dishes  fire U-oitX time- to time repeated,  frequently hy special request of thc  King, but-what may be termed the  general, scheme of each dinner is always different. Oue of the side  kitchens is. reserved solely for Mr.  M'cnager's' use, where he- carries  nut expavi._co.fca] culinary operations, and.is constantly elaborating  ind working out now ideas. Some  dishes have taken him mouths .of  [ircpiir .ii... before lie has decided  ic pul lb em into the menu. There  is one particular sauce which Air.  Mcn.-g. i'"iii. enled .some years ago  do which the King has a particular  liking. MY, Menager was making  ex peril .cuts ior over three years  before lie: solved this sauce to the'  ]loyal tabic.  DO ANTS THINK?  Lord AveJ.ury Maintain* That They  _ Although Mr.'Henry Hill at the  Loudon Institution last week would  nofc allow ants any higher quality  than that of "instinct," Lord Ave-  bury sees no reason to alter the  conclusions afc which he arrived  thirty years ago, after many careful experiments. He still belieres  lhat thcso insects have "the gift of  RETURN TO BARBARISM  reason."  "1 have nofc studied ants for many  year _," ssid Lord Arebury, "but t  hope to renew niy experiments before long, aud I ������������������tiil adhere to thc  conclusions wliich you will find in  my book on 'Ants, Bees and  W.sps.' In that work I said:���������������������������  'When wc see an ant-hill, tenanted  I. thousands of industrious inhabitants, excavating-chambers, forming tunnels,  making roads, guard-  WOMEN       TORTUIH.       THEM-  SELVES FOJi BEAT-TV.  Finger  ing thoir home, " gathering food,  feeding fche young, tending their domestic animals, each ono fulfilling  in duties industriously and wnn-'  oufc confusion "it is difficult altogether to deny to them the gift- of  reason, and the preceding observa-.  lions tend to conn___ fche opinion  that, their mental powers differ  from those of man not uo much iu  kind as in degree.'  "My principal experiment was  one in which I placed intoxicated  ants near a nest, thirty-eight, being  friends and forty strangers to tho  colony. Of tho friends t w en ty- seven were taken into the nest and  carefully teuded, seven were dropped inlo the moat surrounding ifc,  and four were leffc alone. Of the  strangers, thirty were dropped into tho water, one was left alone,.  and nine wore taken inlo the nest.  Of the latter seven were again removed from tho nest and carried  fo the water. Could anything more  clearly show the reasoning power  ot tho ants."  The. secret, of many, dishes is  known onl/ to Air. Menagcr, and  he gu a rdtT ftucti secrets with great  care. No.tt. of his assistants have  tho least riotlan of how thesospeci-  ol dishes'unci sauces aro prepared.  Thry simply havo lhe handling of  I In1 raw m .tori .Ik, and each assisfc-  tujl carries'" oufc different directions  in its prep. r:.tion for table.  The dinner menu is submitted  every (buy ice their Majesties for  approval; but. this i.s a nicro matter of form, for neither the King  nor Queen: eyer think-of altering  or interfering.'wilh Mr. Manager's  arrangements.'  PRJ-PAltlNG A ROYAL DIXNF.I..  At three"-o'clock a report is laid  =4) c f o . e^< h e-grca.. h i e-f-by-thc-o rdo r--  clerk of tiie    various    meals that  havc been   ordered    in accordance  with    Mr'.' Mcnngcr's    instructions  of the  day before,  and  also what  is called a kitchen   report-is given  to him by the head assistant cook���������������������������  which is a detailed statement of the  manner in  which    the    dinner for  thai night in fco bc prepared. After  -seeing- lh_fc: everything -is in-order  for  iho evening's    work,  Mr.   Menagcr gencrallv  leaves  the  I'a lace  about, four   o'clock,    returning afc  half-past six,  when  he   never fails  to   make   n  personal inspection  of  the    various    ranges,    ovens, and  .loves, and lakes a careful note of  the  tempera lure  in  each.  The nrenaratiou . of the lioyal  dinner is then begun. Afr. Menaacr  remains iu tho kitchen, whilst thc  work is going forward, keeping n  keen eye nn every!king and everyone, and issuing from time fo time  instructions to his first lieutenant.  Ar Ion minute, to nine exactly a  hell  is rung, nnd tho servants who  Lord Avcbury gives instances  without number which scam to show  that ants have a higher power  than that -of instinct. One of the  most remarkable relates to their  treatment of tho eggs of th.c aphis  or "ant-cow." They carefully'tend  these eggs during the whiter, taking lhem into their-, nests for thc  purpose,. nnd then. remove the  young aphides whon hatched in the  sP!'i']o. placing- them in earthen  "cow-sheds" specially constructed  oi..the young shoots of the daisy,  the planfc which1 provides thc aphis  with nourishment. The herd of aphides thus reared is then rcgular-  1/ stroked or "milked" for the  honey they secrete.  "This seems to mc," said Lord  Avcbury, in his historic work, "a  most, remarkable case of prudence.  Our ants 'may nob perhaps lay up  food^ for the winter, but fchey do  more, for- they keep during six  months the eggs which will enable  them to procure food during the  following summer,  a  case of pru-  Jlaskg,    Th_������������������!_      Screws..  Chimps, Bandages ._-!{.... _.s,  arc Worn.  Head here of a few of the practises ot thc. enlightened women of  fftfchion of Christendom nnd the methods they take to make themselves  more beautiful in the eye. of their  lords, or others.  Quite ,n- striking new device is a  face and neck mack for removing  wrinkles. Stretching the skin tight,'  our lady places strips of adhesive  nhsfcev upon it, the'idea, of course,  being to draw the skin tight. Over  those strips goes a mask, the inside  of which is lined with slill other  adhesive strips.  L_I_J_"II10_. MASK. '  The wearer starts to bed, presumably to rest, despite the fact  that this insfcrui.iier.fc. uncomfortable as the Iron ALask of history,  is glued tightly to hcr forhead and  pressed closely about chin and neck.  The theory, of course, is that the  wrinkles arc wiped out. No'count  i.5 taken of those pressed in by thc  contrivance or tho unhygienic effect of lack of ventilation for thc  sjein and pressure upon die throat.  Throat, diseases from tliis fad are  quite frequent.  APPLY THUMB SCREW.  The thumb screw was invented as  an instrument of torture to wring  from wretched-.persons tho secrets  thoy were trying'to" keep, yet women now apply the thumb screw fco  themselves, because it is tlie method of the moment -lr> make thc  iincers taper to a delicate noint.-  The fmger clamps look.-'like  clumsy thimbles. But they arc literally thumb screws. A screw  . ives them an extra- turn, crushing  the flesh, torturing the nerves and  pinching the bones yet more.  .INJURY TO FIN GE R 8. -  If. nofc alone the fir, .ei* tip but the  entire finger is too thick and fleshy  to please tho wearer, or to bear,  favorable, comparison, with ' the  bauds of hor friends, she ties tightly around them -muslin banda.es  find, nre guaranteed to slop the  ���������������������������toirculafcion and" cause atrophy of  lb" fin .or. When she removes  the-cloth the fingers do look smaller and whiter to be sure. Of the  injur, to the - fingers aud to lhe  health.she does not think, nor  thinking, care.  TO MAKE HAND SMALLER.   .  To make thc hand smaller women  will tic bandages tightly arouud it.  arresting    the   circulation   in    the  whole hand jusfc a:, ifc is arrested in  A CONVICT'S ADVEXTUBE.  His Long Walk Across Africa���������������������������How  lie J_e_.e_.e.I Europe  ROM BONNIE SCOTUHB  rtenco   unexampled  in  thc   animal j [^"\?or-   7,hc lmn,d is .t,UIS ,J;fdc  _.___.__, " l0 look ������������������n.allcv, and il is smaller,  News was received in London on  Saturday of the death of Joseph  Creswick, who while fleeing from  jusfcieo accomplished one of the  most remarkable walking feats on  record, says the London Globe.  Oreswick waa undergoing a sentence for forgery in Rhodosia and  while being conveyed from ono prison to another by train (as reported some months ago) conceived the  idea of escaping from his guards.  As his legs were heavily ironed the  task was by no mean., an easy one,  but one night, when the train in  wliich ho was being conveyed was  between Ivaluwayo and S&lisbury  and kiu guards were asleep Ores-,  wick quietly opened the carriage  door and jumped out. When he,  reached the ground he fell, but was  nn. badly hurt. During the- remainder of thc nigbfc lie shuffled  along in the dark and afc daybreak  could see thc railroad ih the distance. He decided to walk in a  straight line from ifc, which bo did  fo: several days still wilh his feet  shackled. .  Day after day and night- after  night he rubbed his irons with the  sharpest pieces or rock he could  nnd until afc last he -was able to  throw his manacles aside. After  this Creswick went) on with great  strides through lhc unknown country in whieh hc found himself, his  sole object being to get to some  white settlement.  Sonic weeks after 'his escape thc  wanderer had a wonderful, piece of  luck. Jn a hut apparently belonging to ._ settler he found "a gun and  some ammunition, which in thc cir-  cuuisfcauccs he did nofc hesitate te  take possession of. With the gun  he managed to shoot several zebras  nnd other animals, which provided  :bim with many a welcome meal;j  but unfortunately "his gun got but  of order before his ammunition became exhausted and lie-had to rely  upon  fruit  for his sustenance.  .J ti st, when Creswick was coming  to fhe conclusion that he had been  walking 'round and" 'round without making much progress'he fell  in with some natives," who gave him  certain .diroci ions.as to bow to*find  "a vory Jong wafer," which' Creswick concluded , must mean the  River Congo, and for several niorc  weeks hc continued his tramp.-  ' Eight months after h-^s escape,  from .the train between Salisbury  and Ruluwayn. Creswick was'found  by a party of "Belgians lying in a  weak and feverish condition'about  two "hundred miles from Lcopold-  vilic on the Con .o. They nursed  him back to health and strength.  At Bomba. arrayed in all the glory  of a pair of cricket flannels and a  NOTES    OE    INTEREST    FnOM  HER BASKS AND KSAES,  What is Going On la the _Iig_Un#ft  end Lo .Iand3 of Auld  - Scotia.  The total export of coal foj las*  year was 1.0,230,000 Ion...  Edinburgh's vagrants one day recently numbered 3.D, chiefly men."  There is .518,170 at thc credit ���������������������������*  depositors iu Dalkeith . ariag*  Bank.  At Christmas .0 tons of c. al'vero;  distributed among the poor ������������������j  Stranraer.  At-Renfrew the Salvation Army  arc supplying free breakfasts to;  poor children.  One or two cases of diphtheria,  have been reported in Kirlcco .a .���������������������������  district, one being fatal.  Thc Duke of 1-uccleuch has givea.;  e..eh of 100 poor families in..Dal.-  keith five cwts. of coal.  In  Port   Glasgow   several shipyards arc so busy    that the -New.;  Year holidays were curtailed.  The shipbuilding firms in Greca-;  ock and' Port Glasgow", havo orders  representing over 100,000 tons.  Greeenock is claiming a medal for  virtue owing to haying had four-}  teen  "maiden"- Courts last year..  Tiie Royal  Infirmary  report" ofj  Edinburgh shows that 634 moro,pa-1" ���������������������������  lionfcs were treated last year, tha������������������'  in 1D0S.' -   ������������������������������������������������������_  Leith Dock revenue for thcycAr"  amounted to i!l03,fiSG���������������������������an increasa'  of  ������������������7,085  compared  with pre.viou. '  yeaY... .  fhiring   the    past'   year Eraser- '"  burgh exported 173.333 barrels    o������������������  cured "herring to. continent.    Soma;  2,300, tons  of. grain,   2,050 tons ol] ���������������������������  preserved herring in tins,"BOO tans'  of manure and 210,000 empty bar*"' ���������������������������  rcls-werc also exported. ���������������������������.'..    -  ..  A .Linlithgow miner   pulled', tha';  communication  cord  of a  train ti,..  see if thc train would stop. Tt cost'?'  him'.10.-    "      ''"-���������������������������' J.'    '"'' ';'-: _V",.  In Edinburgh last vea'r there were'"'"  10.25G apprehensions,- showing "a _.e-'>'-  crease compared with those of 1903.,''  of; 2,392'.; -     '   , "\\- <_  -   Births in  Paisley were hist year.   '  S5  fewer than   the-previous year;,/ ���������������������������  marriages were down 38, and deaths"''"  were 112. up. . -.-���������������������������';  There  were during last year 1,  000   persons   apprehended  or  cited  in Leith a decrease of 393 compared  with the previous year.   -  During thc past year deaths re-  gififered   iu -Edinbu.'gh    numbered  _  t    ;, ','-        "'^  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������' '^* ������������������"������������������ aj.j.TSa.   givin . a death rate of 13.45  football jersey provided by his >-.v  ,,,���������������������������. , ;,;nn     f.      1on��������������������������� .,.���������������������������   -...   ,.���������������������������.,  kingdom.  MX KING AT HOME.  Jihiia.ure   Money   Safes   for   (hc  SjUajl_Dc.po.si.or.  Savings  are lo bear the dishes lo the Stale  dining-room enter Ihe kitchen.  At nine- '/cluck dinner js served,  pad Mr. lMenttger's work for thc  dav is over, lie remains in his  private room until ten o'clock,  when he receives a message from  Hie King commending the dinner,  This is a .ceremony his Majesty  never forgets to perform.  OLD TIMES REVIVED.  The man who gets adown his neck  A slushy ball of snow  tlio time he was a boy,  So many years-ago I  '/'here ia a remedy for everything  except soU..  of thc remedies.  Forgo  Thc British Post-office  Bank authorities havc received a  large number of replies to thc circulars distributed among deposi-  Irrs requesting them lo assist the  Department by conducting their  business wilh as few separate transact ions as possible.  An interesting device which  should lend tu-further economy in  I he administration of thc Savings  ll.'ink has been brought before tlie  liolico of the authorities by Mr.  K. J.- TTuweU. of the Hankers' Service Corporation, Limited. This  contrivance i'_ a small steel money  box, resembling a mini,'.'lure safe  aiul similar to those already used  by a number of trustee savings  banks in   Kuglnnd and America.  It ha. been suggested to the  Comptroller that by distributing  these boxes the Suvings Bank would  escape a large number of ridiculous-'  ly small deposit:, and withdrawals  which prove so heavy. . tax on the  Department under existing conditions. They are so contrived that  it is impossible to extract any coin  from lhem, thereby removing any  temptation to fall away from grace  once a few shillings have been  saved. Thc key of each box would  be retained by the bank oflicials,  who would open iI in the presence  of the depositor, ancl.''place-to'his  credit thc amount contained in the  safe.   "''.'���������������������������  '.-���������������������������-��������������������������� '     _ _*__.- ���������������������������;,  j    Gracie���������������������������"Oh, Mr. Nocoync, how  j lovely of you    to   bring me these  'beautiful  roses!    How  sweefc they  are, and how fresh.    I do believe  there is a little dew on them yet!"  Nocoync--"W-well," yes,   there  is;  but for thc same reason that a par-  alyzccNiinb grows shrivelled. .The  effect is the result of impoverished  circulation, and in the cud outraged   nature  pays  back  The  hand lJ__af_ed^t!^__^^____gro.w_^y-ellow-^Uld^custod;v;   friends, the fugitive found a snip  on which be worked his passage lo  Antwerp. From there hc got a ship  to London. That, however, leek to  the undoing, for while walking in  Whilechapcl he was reco. nized by  Detective Inspector Belcher of  Scotland Yard, who arrested him  on the charge of escaping' from law-  and old far in advance of the time  it should naturally grow so. Palsy  i.. known to have occurred from this  practise of bandaging, which, by  thc way, is also applied to the feet  a.nd even the calves of the leg.    In  the  l  havo  after  case   very    evil   results  followed.  .BKITA I.N' H. A HIS'I'.O CKACT.  He was'- tak-',n subsequently fo  Bhodesia as a futritivc offender, and  fnr his escapade bc was sentenced  to a further term of six months  imprisonment, during whicli he  died.  - .  One   H*i.'.irii'. .I    _'.i.n.s._iul    person;.  Own all Land in Kingdom.  The aristocracy of Great Britain  i.s founded in land ownership. Ono  hundred thousand persons own all  the land in thc kingdom. Three-  fourths of it is owned by members  of the House of Lords. Fifteen  million acres, yielding an annual  rent mil of $00,000,000; represents  the holding of the lay members. Of  this area, 27 dukes own over' .,-  000,000 acres. Practically all of  London is owned by 31,000 persons,  of whom 1ST own 00 square miles,  or more than half of the city. Seven peers draw a revenue of $70,000,-  000 per annum from London holdings. Similar land monopoly exists in all cities of the kingdum.  ^ ^   but I'll pay ifc to-morrow."  "It's raining, Patrick, I just  felt a drop on my nose."  "That's funny; Oi've not felt any  on iny nose yet."���������������������������Life.  CHIPS OF CfUXKSE.  ---Feng-shui-is the Uhinese superstition  IhaL determines good  site  or  locality;   and if    a    town    on   the  Yangtze has not a good  feng-shui,  trade will  not conic  tu  it,  and  il  will be ruined.   A town named Pei-  Shih had its  pagoda  in the wrong  place���������������������������not fnr   enough    down  the  rive iv.-and lhc result was Lhat all  traffic which should   havc come to  it wa.s. swept past,   Pci-Shih  being  left out in   thc  cold.    Thc people  pulled down thc pagoda," ami built  another one in  the supposed right  spot,   as   nothing    would  convince  lhem thai thc depression could arise  from any other cause than that of  a bad feng-shui.   Thc city of Wan-  shein,, on  the  other hand,  lias  a  perfect feng-shui, two fine pagodas,  and is very  prosperous.    But tae  fact that Wanshcin is situated in a  fei lilc valley, where wheat, barley,  and the poppy flourish abundantly,  while Pci-Shih is barren and miserable, docs not concern the inhabitants so much as the feng-shui site.  This remarkable idea in'.the Chinese mind is only one of thousands  like ifc.  The office occasionally gets left  when ifc starts to seek "the man.  When it comes to jealousy ancl  crowing a man can put it all over  a rooster.  per 1,000.    For 1003 the death-rate  was 13.37. ���������������������������   '  .  '.The combined- ages'of   1G  weavers    employed    in    the -handiooni  shawl-weaving department.of a Til- '  licbutry firm total 1,036 years.  -   John Chapman Gray,  profession-,  al  musician,   Parliamentary  Road/f-  '(a native of Hawick) committed sui-1  cidc in an Kcliuburgh express trai.  dfy~_itttfhlf"jnf^t1n^at'/.:        '     '  The report of thc Savings Eank:  presents one bright spot. During,  hist year ihe deposits increased hy]  nearly $300,000, and the payment...'  decreased by over $250,000.  Clyde shipbuilders launched dur-.  ing last year 3J-. vessels, of .03,J>6#.  tons. This is an increase of -IS,357]  tons compared with 1003, but is'j  -Hit),605 -below -the record total'ofi"  1907.   .   Wiii.Ti.i..(; ti._.i. or ni:_ u  Xalives Say Spirits of Dead    Singi  Among Branches.  Among the curiosities of tree life,  is the sofar, or whistling tree, of  Nubia. When the winds blow ovcfi  this tree it . gives out flulclil.e  sounds, playing away lo the wilderness for hours at a lime strange,  iwcird melodies. It is the spirit  of thc dead singing among Iho  blanches, the natives say, but lhc,  scientific while man says that tho  sounds are due lo myriads of small  holes which an insect bores in tho  spines of the branches.  Thc weeping tree of thc Oanary\  Islands is another arboreal freak:!  This tree in thc    dryest    wcathcrl  will rain    down    showers from ital  leaves, and the natives gather up|  thc w_iter from thc pool formed ate*  the foot of the -trunk and find ib|  puro and fresh.   -The tree exudes  the water . from   tho innumerable,  pores at the base of tho 'leaves*    E  .    fc* ___,.!    I        |_l.'    ������������������    ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   __C_tV.__| ')  UNCLE EZRA SAYS f  '.''Waitin'   fur dead  men's Bli_e^  kes pu. many a man ou, his uppp.ro/.  ...J THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,. April 14, 1910  Are ygji in. need of a tonic  " ���������������������������a  general   builder-  up of the mind and.  body?      Try  F_Jl_.___ V Jc_D  COMPOUND  OF  Hypophosphites  This compound brings back  the strength and vigor so  essential to tlie proper performance of one's business  duties. To the weak, rundown person it is a great  boon.   Try it.  A. REEVES  ESS  Published every   Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  .2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Kates: Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Conr  tract advertising. $1 an inoh per month.  Lesral Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  APRIL 14,   1910  CLEANING THE VOTERS' LIST  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St.  Enderby  in bulk and package  L. L. May's Seeds, 3 for. ���������������������������  Steele-Briggs' 6 for ���������������������������  Plunket & Savage, G for    ���������������������������  10c  25c  25c  Just arrived:Shipment of Spring  Hats, in latest Styles and Shades  Fresh Groceries always in stock.  Wheeler- & Evans  City Meat Market  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  In this issue of the Press,  we publish a list of   the   names of persons  objected to   tinder   the provisions of  Provincial   Elections-'Act.    The    list  is an exhaustive one, and would lead  one to believe that the population of  the Okanagan Valley were on the decline.   Such, however, is not the case  as   will   bc   understood    when   it is  stated that   not   more than one-half  the' names published are expected to  ; be struck  off at the  Court of Revi-  j sion.   The intention is to try and get  a clean list bv publishing the names  .��������������������������� of all persons    who   did not vote at  ithe.last election, or who are not well  j known in the district.   By doing this  I the same end will be attained in securing a   clean   list   as if the whole  list  were  cancelled as was done  some  years ago at    great   expense and at  great   trouble.     It   does not  follow  that because a person's name is published in the list it will be removed  even if he himself takes no action in  the   matter,    because   some    of    his  friends or someone   of the same political party will be sure to see that  his name is not removed if he is still  in the,   district.     Still   it   would be  wise for anyone whose name has been  objected to   if   he    would notify the.  Government Agent at Vernon to have  same retained   on   the Voters' List.  This, it seems,   is   the  "only way to  get a clean list without any expense  to the Government.  KEEPING THE MONEY HOME  The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  Every dollar sent out "of the Okanagan to the Eastern department  stores makes .every resident of the  district " proportionally the poorer.  It does not come back to the district  ; in taxes; it docs not come back in  the erection of homes here, the building of business blocks, the laying of  the Okanagan that constitutes the  chief evil of this system. The merchant should therefore endeavor to  keep the money in circulation in this  province. He should, we think, allow at least ten per cent, discount  for cash, ancl the discount should be  genuine. Any man in business can  afford to do this, as he can save fully ten per cent, on the handling of  his goods if he gets cash for his  sales. Hc can take advantage of discounts on his invoices; he can do  without extensions at the banks, for  which he has to pay from eight to  ten per cent., and he further largely  dispenses with the book-keeping and  its attendant uncertainties. The  mail order house has no bad debts  or book losses. Its business is not  only cash, but for the most part  cash in advance. Any merchant who  will make it well worth while for the  public to pay CASH will in a short  time see that part of his business  increase, for the public are quick to  take advantage of reductions, and  those who have the money to spend  will go to the house which offers an  inducement to him to pay cash.  "Merchants and business houses  might also further carry out the  'patronize home industry' idea by.  giving more prominence to Okanagan  products. Flour manufactured at  Armstrong and Enderby is just as  good as any flour in the world, and  wherever possible these products  should be sold. Instead of this many  merchants not only handle eastern  brands, but push them in every possible way, even to the extent of forcing them to advertise through the  papers of the ' district. The same  may bc said of many other articles,  such as cigars, canned goods, butter,  eggs, vegetables, products of the  planing mills, printing, etc., which  are produced in the district, but for  the most part sold elsewhere. Quality being equal, the home product  should in every case receive preference. Moreover, all dealings should  be fair. A case has recently come to  our notice where a private individual  purchased an article for which he  paid $13.00. Later on this same article, in a tender, was offered for  ������������������9.50. A difference of this kind  should not be possible, for either one  <$*_k$K!)4X������������������)3<S>^������������������$^  vl US  it you  summer  That's tlie  Word---  Receive    OUr    prompt   attention,   purchased a   few   cents cheaper than   : jit could   be   purchased   of   the home  merchant, but in most cases the arti  ..        , j price is  too  high,   or  the  other un-  sulewalks,  the improvement of prop-if-, ,    . T_. ���������������������������    _. _.- t t-u-  ���������������������������   ' . y    L    fairlv low.   It is transactions of this  erty, or   in   wages   to the employed.   , .   -,"    , ��������������������������� , .    . _.���������������������������_  ������������������        __ .  fa i    '        kind which are calculated to encour  age thc mail order business, and merchants who practice tactics of this  sort will surely suffer.  "There should be a spirit of loyalty and   co-operation    on the part of  Every citizen loses, every town loses;  the district loses.   An article may be  P_._ _>���������������������������_ _���������������������������__       'I    _ _-,____������������������_-_��������������������������� .7 ,"     ,   in m������������������St CaSGS thQ Drtl_   ty and   co-operation    on the part of  nvale   Livery i,clc p���������������������������*^*������������������ ���������������������������*���������������������������to ^ ^ both      and sellers. the slogan  **   i handled by the home merchant.   Iti'si.,. .     .,���������������������������   _,,     .     ._,    _      _.        j                                  i                     J                                                        i "Canada   First"    should    h_ chanced  Canada   First"   should   be changed  Rubber-tired  Single   and Double  ^^Z   Z   __?"JJpat J.   .^w it0 "0kanaSan First" for every resi-  dent of this district, and if every  buyer will do his part, and always  consider both sides of each situation,  These are the  :;:;:;weVe;;;b(E^2  tellingyou  ������������������;^:';:::Iabbiit-S'w}i  Our Shoes  Men,  and Childili  are  u  tr  Note 7 the   handsome style  ?:: and ex cepticMlfit p?t  i Seethemany points pfi  Gome iiv and^l^_usi^inifc  l_lt__i.e_M_^  rigs;   stylish drivers;   new harness; everything up-to-date and  pleasant   to  majority of our people are finding  this out, and slowly the drain of  money to the Eastern houses is being  ithews  every  home town."  dollar   spent in the  well-kept.     When yOU wish a rigj^ecked^   The merchants of Enderby ihe wil]   certainly . come to the  for a Sunday drive, speak for it  early, as my finest turn-outs are  usually spoken for in advance.  Anor IV  Xii f f-Street -  Enderby  con-  have not been slow to do their part I   .    ���������������������������      .,   .        , ,        .    ,  .,   . . *���������������������������       ; elusion that each one of. us is bene-  to aid in    the   work   of keeping the !fited b  money at home.   They have improved  their stocks   in    every line; they are  up-to-date in   every    way,  and their  prices are   marked    at a reasonable  margin of profit.     It remains for the  Hotel  7|_fe_pre=tlfc^lfit^_=  and aid in the work unselfishly in order that we may make the Okanagan  the most prosperous district in Canada. It can be done, if we can but  keep the money to home���������������������������stop the  mail order drain.  The Home of the Old-Timer i/propo.s 0[ thc qucstion the Vcnaon  i   ,i i     i ������������������   ix      xt jTs'cws,  which   has   recently been  con-  and.the abode of the New-_.ductIng  a ,.cam])rti,n ,o[y ^^  Comer.   All Will find a Warm j along this line,   has" this to say:  Welcome at the pioneerhoUSej    "^s there are   two   sides to evcry  and you'll be made to feel at: st������������������ry. tlie��������������������������� m������������������st necessarily be two  home, no matter when you!si(lcs t0 the mail 0l'(lcr i^mcss. The  ��������������������������� ' public as a rule do not send to east  ern houses just by force of habit, or  simply because others do; but thc  , habit i.s due for thc most part to the  Ifact that there is not sufficient in-  |diicemcnt offered to deal at home,  whereas the mail order house is everlastingly offering all kinds of bait.  Many people state that the local  stores charge too heavy prices; that  their profits arc out of proportion,  and that they offer no inducement to  deal at home. It is probable that  there is a certain amount of truth in  this, but it should be possible to  eliminate these objections.  "Let every merchant consider what  the mail order business means, and  then introduce the remedy. This class  of business means CASH SENT OUT  of the District. It is not, perhaps,  so much the volume of business thus  diverted, but thc CASH which is  missed in business circles throughout  hang up your hat.  G. E. MANNING, Proprietor  Enderby  OVER 6S YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  DE9IGN8  Copyrights Ac.  Anyono Bending a sltotch and description may  Quickly asoortiiln our opinion froo whotner au  Invention la probably pntontnbje. Communications slrlctlyconlldontlnl. HANDBOOK on I'atou _  sent free. Oldest nponcy for_ecunntr patents.  -Patents takon turouKb Muun & Co. recelre  ip.clal notice, without chnn.o, In th9  Scientific American.  A handtomoly Illustrated weekly. Ljr. rt circulation of any Bct.ntitlo journal. Serins for  Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid, bold by  f_l newsdealer..  MUNN & Co.361Broadway' New York  Branch Office, <B5 F 8t��������������������������� Washington, D. C.  Wanted���������������������������at once���������������������������two or three gooJ  farm hands.   Apply���������������������������R. Waddell.  ������������������  _*  w  _������������������  Enderby Trading:������������������m0il_  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies: s.  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.  You have probably heard that song,  "You Certainly Got Me Going, Kid."  That's the way with some of my  competitors, and I intend to keep  them going. I have the goods to  fill the bill.  We handle the Alberta Seal Flour.  WALTER     ROBINSON  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs.;  Careful Drivers; Draying of. all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-  Prompt attention to all customers ^ioUS Stabling for teams.  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  We ca^  Some  prime  stall-fed-beef on  cut at the present time  Our Sausage is still a  '^^:C::-:-''::.Jueadtt-V-::-':..::y^-  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B.C.  les  You furnish the horse flesh and I  will do the rest. In addition to my  buggies, cutters and sleighs, my  blacksmith shop and wagon works, I  have placed in stock a complete outfit of single and double harness, lap  robes, blankets, brushes, curry combs  and horsemen's supplies. Everything  new, and the best. Call and inspect.  I believe I can save money for you.  Win. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  F.T.TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Repared  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B.C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed z>  .  >  :.  .  Thursday, April 14, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary President Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.  President, Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K, C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manage.,   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON.-Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT JKJS^^.i*  Branches in OVanag-nn District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kdowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq,, Manager, Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. End������������������*y  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  -  - o  Marcellus Junior  '���������������������������"-���������������������������- (14758)'  Imported Direct from Scotland last Fall, and won Cup and  Grand Championship at Seattle & Victoria Exhibitions  Pedigree���������������������������Marcellus Junior (14758): Bay; white face; four white  legs; foaled, April 23, 1906; bred by James McGaw, Stranraer,  Scotland.   Property of the Stepney Ranch, Enderby.  DAM  Melanie [16612] (14685)  Nina [16613] (8673)  Nance [4700] (573)  Lily  SIRE  Marcellua [4683] (11110)  Lord Stewart [5976] (10084)  Macgregor [4486] (1487)  Farmer [3056] (286)  Garibaldi (318)  Will travel and stand for service as. follows: Monday morning, leave Stepney  Ranch; Enderby, noon; over night and till Tuesday noon at Hazelmere ranch  (Mr. Waddell's); Enderby, Tuesday eve.; Wednesday morn., leave Stepney  Ranch; Armstrong, noon; Knop Hill, (Petrie's Ranch), over night and till  noon Thursday; Armstrong, Thursday night and Friday morning, returning  home Friday evening via L. W. Hartwell's ranch.  Terms: To insure, $25.00; reduction made on three mares and over.  Finestin the Country  .   -   "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Myrphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns.one of  finest brick hotels in the  country.;"-"Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he'calls,his  ' hotel the King Edward.   In addition to the ex-  . cellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  .   o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery 'a Ledge.)   .'".-",',  King Edward Hotel, E_P___URI. _  Enderby  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������..��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� A.  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  i  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns and White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  Enderby. B. C. 4  "THE PALACE" is the  shoe for well-dressed men  and women. The brains  and skill of Canada's best  workmen have helped to  make it so.  By years of careful experimenting���������������������������by crucial tests which eliminated every weakness whether of material or workmanship, we  have pretty nearly worked perfection into the shoe.  And back of all this are the largest and best equipped factories  In Canada���������������������������guaranteeing Ames-Holden workmanship-Ames-Holden  quality���������������������������Ames-Holden service every time.  Your dealer handles these shoes���������������������������ask him.  The Coming  World-Nation  The Bishop of London, preaching  at a service held recently in St.  Paul's to commemorate the jubilee of  the Church in British Columbia, says  the Daily Telegraph, told of the  mighty future that awaited the province.  "Putting British Columbia with  North-West Canada," he said, "we  are about to get, in the next fifty or  one hundred years, one of the greatest nations that has ever existed.  When I think of such a nation, with  -a population of one hundred millions,  occupying geographically such a commanding position, - I feel that upon  its character will depend the future  of the - world. In the hands of its  people will rest ,the balance of power  in the world, and upon them will depend the Christianity and the happiness of the world."  Any man, continued his, lordship,  who did not care whether that country, with its vast population and almost unlimited resources, was British  or whether it was.not British, who  did not care whether it was Christian or non-Christian, had a mind  too small to be stirred by anything.  To him personally the contemplation  of such a country was most entrancing. It would be a cruel thing if it  were not British. Every nation in  the world would give its right hand  to possess a British Columbia. By  contributing liberally to the cost of  the theological college which it was  proposed to establish, in connection  with the University of British Columbia it was possible to aid in the  training of men who would preach  the lessons of Christianity throughout the country, and if assistance  were given to the surplus population  of our great cities.. to emigrate to  this "Garden of the World" it would  mean.not alone that British Columbia remained forever British, but the  alleviation of the terrible evil of  overcrowding in the Mother Country.  Passing to the work of the Church,  the bishop said" that with' all its'  self-sacrifice and splendid deeds, there  was.one thing the Church of England  Ji ad never done���������������������������it had never been on  time. It was . not -.on -time . in .the  Eastend of London. Work in' that  quarter had been rendered exceptionally and unnecessarily' difficult because it came fifty years too late.  In the United States the Church was  170 years too late. The people of  British Columbia wanted to see the  Church firmly established, in their  midst. Let it not be too late on this  occasion.  For the purpose of commemorating  the Jubilee of the Church in British  Columbia it has been decided, if sufficient funds can be raised, to establish a theological college, .to be affiliated to the University of the province.  Mr. J. H. Turner, agent general for  British Columbia, spoke of the rapid  strides which the province was mak-  tffe  drama not unknown to Nelson theatre-goers.     The play was a complete  change in character to that given the  previous night, and it gave the highly    efficient    company   much, greater  scope.   Miss   Josephine Deffry's  'Emma Cooke' was a finished production  that did the lady infinite credit. Mr.  Eckhardt's 'Jimmie Smith' took with  the audience   immensely   and was a  clever   piece    of    acting throughout,  'Jimmie' being easily the favorite of  the large audience last evening.   Mr.  Brandon, as Capt.    Williams, was a  revelation to those who witnessed his  first appearance here as 'Sir Reginald  Belsize,    the    London    society   man.  As on   the   opening    night,' Paid in  Full' was   well-staged,   and the costumes of the   ladies   were above cri  ticism."   Prices: 75c   general   admis  sion, and    $1.00    for   reserved seats  Now on sale at Reeves' Drug Store.  Barb  $4.50  Nails, $3.75  wire  per  hundred  per  Keg  DEVELOPING THE HILLSIDE  The City Council was petitioned at  their last-, meeting to open the hill  property known as the Lawes- addition. The petition is signed by all  holders of property in that section,  and asks that a road be opened to  give access to the lots .bought there  by the petitioners and who wish to  erect homes thereon. ������������������������������������������������������ A similar request was made last year by Mr.  Lawes in behalf of the ratepayers to  whom he' had sold lots, but the proposition was then turned down, owing  to some difficulty in securing a suitable right-of-way for the road. At  that time, however, the City Council  promised to build the road- if the  right-of-way were given, but the City  would not agree to get the right-of-  way. The. right-of-way is now. settled, and if the Council is as good as  its word.this valuable residential section will be opened. Several' of the  property owners are prepared, to  erect homes there as soon as they  are given access to the lots.  STARTS OFF   SMOOTHLY  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A LU��������������������������� .murine* potior bi the Boyal Insurance Oo.  ���������������������������_ Liverpool, Eng,, l������������������ a y������������������lu_ble ���������������������������net. .plain,  otr_.fht.o_ ward contract, leaving no room (or  doubt aa to its value.  The lire  I _ Loadon _ Glob* In*. Co.  _ retvooli  Tke Phoenix I_iim__c������������������ Co. vt London.  St__ America AjMranes Co.  ralbuMMBMOoo- Liverpool (Life dept)  Tbe _f___ A L������������������_M_h__ Guarantee  .  Accident Co., a* Canada.  MLL BLOCK. ENDERBY  ifig7=2ffd~=of"="t_e ne_eYsit!T_6r~_~cor  lege such as was proposed. With but  few exceptions, the people of the  country were all workers, _,nd unable  to contribute the ������������������30,000 that was  required. They felt confident, however, that once the college was estabf-  lished they would be able to maintain it.  . A-resolution urging that the-"self-  denyiug efforts of the Church in British Columbia should be aided and  strengthened by an organization in  England" was moved by the Bishop  of Kingston-on-Thames, who pointed  out that the idea cf starting the college was to enable clergymen to be  trained in the country in which they  were to perform their duties.  Manager Stevens is to be congratulated oii,the-smoothness with which  operations at the sawmill were resumed. ' Last' Friday the big saws  were started on the season's cut, and  not a hitch .has occurred in any department. The new burner, works in  a very satisfactory manner.the debris  being consumed' as fast as it comes  from the carriers. It was impossible  to get the big screen top in position  before the mill started, but this will  be added as soon as possible. Danger from.fire is how reduced to the  minimum. .    .  The mill will run this week on a  single shift, but ��������������������������� next Monday it "is  expected night.and day shifts will be  working. Throughout the.season two  shifts a day will be'on, it being the  company's intention to get at least  a cut - of twenty millions from" the  saws this season. In all, about 250  men will be employed about the mill  and yard.  WE SELL  GARDEN RAKES  GARDEN HOES  GARDEN CULTIVATORS  GARDEN SPADES  . GARDEN FORKS  Planet Junior Cultivators  $5.75 to $17.00  Screen Doors  Screen Windows  Poultry Netting  Ideal Wire Gates and Fences  Sharpie's Tubular   ,  Cream. Separators, $40 to $80  . All the latest in Bicycles and <  Supplies  Paroid Roofing  $3.75. per Hundred Square feet .  Red Rope Roofing  $2.25 per Hundred Square Feet.  PENDRAY'S FRUIT TREE '"'���������������������������  SPRAY   ..  $1.00 per gal. in 1 gal. tins  . Alabastine���������������������������all colors, j -  Paints, Oils and Varnishes  Our, stock is complete'and the  Prices are right - :. , '  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby .  .  CITY OF ENDERBY  Assessment, -Year 1910  Court of Revision  =_BACKJr.O_THE__OLD.=_CAME=  J. W. Grier, who has been connected with the Boundary press since its  inception, leaves this week for New  Denver. In the Lucerne of North  America he will found the fifteenth  Slocan paper. This requires nerve  for all the others have died or moved  away. Jim should succeed in his new  home. - - He is well-known, industrious  a clever writer and an excellent printer. He has an army of friends in  this district who exclaim in the  words of Whitcomb Riley, "Good-bye  Jim, an' take keer of yerself!"���������������������������The  Greenwood Ledge.  GREAT ATTRACTION COMING  The Eckhardt Company will make  its first appearance in Enderby on  Friday (to-morrow) evening, and  from what we have learned about  this company from private sources  we feel justified in recommending it  cordially to the theater-going public.  The following extract from the Nelson News is a fair sample of the excellent notices which the press has  accorded this company. The Nelson  paper says: "The excellent impression created by the Eckhardt company in 'A Grass Widow' at the  opera house on Monday night, was  greatly added to at last night's performance of 'Paid in Full,' a comedy  Fix up the old chair by applying a  coat of Campbell's Varnish Stain.  You ty. 1 bfc surprised and dcljg lited  with the effect you can produce. The  cost is only a trifle and it is a pleasure to do the work yourself. Ask A.  Fulton for a color card.  NOTICE is   hereby   given that the .  first sitting of the- Annual Court of  Revision of   the   Municipality of the  City of   Enderby   for   the year 1910    ���������������������������  will be held at the City Hall on Saturday^ the 23rd day of April, at 7:30  p. m., for the purpose of hearing and  _determining_^complaints^against==_he____  assessment as made by the Assessor,  and revising   and   correcting   the assessment roll.  Any person complaining of an error  or omission,or as having been undercharged or over-charged in the asess-  ment roll, may come before the court  either'(1) personally, (2) by means of  a written communication, (3) by an  attorney or (4) by any other person  authorized by him in writing to appear _  in his behalf; and the court may, in the--���������������������������  exercise of their discretion, either cor- _  rect or confirm the assessment; but  no complaint can be heard unless  WRITTEN NOTICE of tlie ground of  such complaint shall havc been given  to the Assessor at least TEN DAYS  before the date of the first sitting of  the court.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Clerk of the Municipal Council.  City Hall, March 21st, 1910.  Kill time and Time will kill you.  Scratch Pads  We have a number of Scrap  Paper Scratch Pads. Various  sizes; just the thing for desk  memos and  scratch  work.  While they last.  10c a lb. pack  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  Headquarters for Choice Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Prompt   attention given to orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,  Variety.  and House Plants in  Have you read the ads of our home  merchants ? _S__  ���������������������������.HE SUFFERING  .OMAN  Can bc iii _.lsiicd by lhc Hich, Kefl  I.h.,.1  Dr.  Williams' 1'iuk  VVd-i Actually  Hake.  Behind lhc veil of hor modesty  nnd silent patience nearly every  womiifi endures suffering that casta  a shadow over liaif her existence.  An aching hack, tired limbs, attacks  o.: faint., ess, and headache upon  lu. duoho, .u.M not bc part oi a woman's life*. Such trials indicate  plain i.? tha/ the system requires tb',;  new blood t'aat ia supplied by Dr.  Williams' ! _uk Tills. Thcso Pills  aVe valued by sufiering women.  \vh_ havo used them, above all  other .r.edim'ncs, because they make  tho rich, red blood that makes women well, bright and ab their best.  Tli is is thc secret of the. great success of J.).. Williams' I'ink Pills.  Mrs. Ceo. 0. Waddeu, WaddcnY  Cove, I.. S., says:���������������������������"A few year:,  ago-, was completely run down. At  times I would bo so weak tliat f  ���������������������������waa uoubic to do my house-work.  I sul. er od from severe headaches,  pains- i,n tho back and dizziness,  and at time* I feifa as though lifo  was scarcely worth living. I had  tried hp.vera] medicines without getting relic/, when I finally decided  I.-, pivc Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a  trial. After using two or three  b  ttfflt&immmmMi&R  ***3__**&**Jfc&,  TESTItf) RECIPES.  Bscalloped Oysters.���������������������������One. pint oysters witl.ou. Honor, two cups  cracker crumbs, salt ana pepper to  taste, good sized pieco l.n:ltor cub  into small pieces, small cup of milk.  Mix all together, put into a but-  te-re . baking dish and bal.fi until  browned  about- thirty minutes.  M'tt yonuaisc.-���������������������������Tii re tablcsp.oon-  fitls butter, ono tablespoonful  flour, one and one-half, lenspooi.-  fp.l salt, ono-half teaspoonful sugar,  ooo ���������������������������tcftfipoon.i.l mustard, three  well beaten eggs, one-half pint  sweet milk, one-fourth pint vinegar, pinch eaycu.no pepper. Mix  ingredients together as written  out; cook in double __nilor, sdrring  a!J tbe timo. When thickened remove from fire, boat well for twelve,  minutes. This makes one pint".  Kept cool will last indefinitely.  Whon wanted, one tablespoonful of  mayonnaise, add one tablespoonful  of. cream.  Snowball...���������������������������Cream half cupful or"  butter, add gradually one cui.tul  of sugar, half cupful of milk,  two  and a- quarter cupfuls of Hour,  thveo and a- half leaspoonftils of  baking powder, sifted together, &dd  , _ ���������������������������     ,        , .    i. , whites  of  four  eggs    beaten   stiff.  boxes C_ notscod a ch:iugcf  and al-1 Stc.iiu  tor   Using   Lno    Pills    nboufc   two j t(,rcd   cups'ttnd  month.5; I was again, enjoying goo<  I._a.lh, and have since been vrev.  and strong. I can confidently recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  to all weak and rundown women."  You can get this great blood-  building, health restoring medicine  from any dealer in drugs, or the  Pills will be sent by mail at 50 > ^or,.^ s,  coats a.box or six boxes  for $2.50!    ^  by Tho JV; Williams' Medicine Co.,  Llroekyiilo, Out.  SMALL CAKES.  Plum Cakes.���������������������������One-half cupful  butler, ot.cv cupful .sugar, one-egg,  <-ne tabiesponful sour milk, one-  half lon?i]">_<_ lful sour milk, one-  half deasponjoful soda, one cupful  chopped raisins, one-half cupful  currant.', one teaspoonful cinnamon, one-hrdJ. teaspoonful nutmeg,  minutes  in  but-  ps  ana  serve   with straw  berry sauce.  Pi-nib Cako .Recipe.~~ When you  are making bread 'take ono cupful  r _ the. sponge, a largo cupful of sugar, one cupful of raisins and da.tcs,  one cupful of currants aud figs and  citron, one cupful of iJour, one-half  cupful of butter, two eggs. Mi:c all  ether, with the sponge. One  icaspooni'ul of soda dissolved in one  last one cupful of vinegar,       Let  boil until it thickens.  Sweetbread Salad.���������������������������Take two  pounds of veal sweetbread and boil  same till tender in salt- watcr.  When cold break in small pieces  and to a quart of sweet breads and  a pint of celery cut in small pieces  ono cupful of walnut meats. Mix  this with mayonnaise dressing.  Serve with salted wafer crackers  on lettuce leaf.  Endive Salad.���������������������������Careiuiiy pick  over nice, crisp endive, sprinkle  with salt and popper, and if desire*,  add a green pepper sliced thin.  Over all pour vinegar to taste.  When ready to servo the salad take  two slices of bacon and cub in small  pieces, ivy until, crisp and brown,  tn\d pour over the salad, stirring it  all together.  Cheese Salad.���������������������������Cut cheese in  small squares or roll into small  balls a.nd pour over ib a French  dressing. The cheese should first  be placed on a crisp head lettuce  loaf aud thc dressing then poured  over.it.    Serve with wafers.  Waldorf Salad.���������������������������Two cupfuls of  celery cub fine, cue dozen walnut  meats, grated rind of one orange,  one cupful of apple cut in, dice.  Mix with salad dressing. Pile upon lettuce leaves or fiii in orange  or apple cups.  Pecan Salad.���������������������������Make a well seasoned lemon jelly, turn in glasses  to mold. When set pub pecans in  it in design. Turn out on lettuce  Ieafx cut green peppers in fine  shreds, garnish with peppers and  mayonnaise.  __������������������  3__2  T. a e HT F@SM8SS 0.  ra-esh ana fragrant frcs������������������ Che garden, of the Ssest tee.  producing country in the world. Ask yo__r grocer &_.  ������������������_ package* to-day.������������������������������������������������������. you'll J.ka _t.  IFIMfll?3  R 3/i-up belt _ tuna ra _������������������V. . It _ . ir>__.������������������t������������������!tfj.y  S. Cic������������������s. It not send M _ for 2 o . !_._-:_ r.rvH  iv.cipc boo... Crstrcut Rife. Co., SimtW vV���������������������������,  tabiospoonful of hob water, one  teaspoonful of cloves, one teaspoonful of cinnamon. Put in pan to  bake and lob it raise for two hours,  cako will not hurt the  most  This  ���������������������������1.  . eucatc of stomachs.   Try it.  FOREIGN" Rl-CHM'S.  Danish -  Dumplings.--Take    one  tablespoonful  of  butler and put it  jinfco- . small stew pan.   Set over lire  .and stir into ib one cupful of flour,  lioni- to-nnx.    Hour the   i .nt. add:,_ - r <���������������������������      /       ������������������������������������������������������!������������������������������������������������������        .:  .   ��������������������������� ��������������������������� .   ,, ,,      '    ,     ;.hen one cuptul 01 watcr.   Mix ano  inc. sruecri,   tnen  mix  m  the-omcr ���������������������������  ,-    ., ��������������������������� ,,    r (-i -i iv  -   nr ���������������������������   _, r.       n ., ��������������������������� ,        . i stir this over fcho nre until-ib forms  given.   'Mix sole, roll Luck, cut out, I i ,i 1   i . .       < . ,\  j i   i .��������������������������� ; , '   around the spoon and does not ad-  A GOOD VOVdil .   IXTUIM..  Sirni)Ift I!������������������7Hft������������������i>ladc I.(M3ie<!y Tha. is  Free From Oj__te. and Jly.rini'ul  Drjig...  An effective remedy, that- will  usually break up a cold iu twenty-  four hours, is easily made by mixing together in a large bottle two  ounces of Glycerine, a half-ounce  of Virgin Oil of Pine compound  pure and cir\hb ounces of pure  Whisky. Tl lis mixture will cure  any cough that is curable, and is  nob expensive, as it makes enough  to last- the average family an entire  year. Virgin Oil of Pine compound  }iv,ve is prepared only in thc laboratories of the Leach Chemical Co.,  Cincinnati, Ohio.  v_f_?j.^H>r  J /!?".   i"_5T .M. K _  M.     _? P*������������������J    CAT;_ _KH. ... FEVK _  B        H.N'O _l.J. NO_S  ttW   HMD T_fiOAT OJSCaSES  Carer, thc sic!-: ana act,; ns _ ..rcywuivc foe oll\6r._ Li .uid (>.Ten on V.i{  tms-M. Saf. tor brood m_ro5 iitid ali ot!_r . I5es(; I;i()noy rcm*������������������_i . 5i..a?.  $1 r tvjil\c: Wan'1 .10 fJta Ooa-K. .Scici fi.r ail drus-cisi.. nnd Jiorse eoodi  bouse...   Distributors: All Wholesale Drug Housea.  SPOKN MEDBCAL CO., Chemhls. GOSHER, INDZSNA. U.S. A,  ������������������3 Foot Long by S Feet Beam.  j 2   h.p.   Fa!rba_ks-!V.crse   Marine   Dn;ib!_   Cji.int'nr   EnRfn*  _i������������������������������������������������������_<_.i_rwm ___u  TT,  Vevy strong Hull, built for heavy seas. Boat  Sited with Conboy. Automobile Top and largo  wicker chairs. Complete outfit cf tools, etc., ail  in first-class order.   In use only a short time.  This Boa. is Being So!, at a Sacrifice al Aiiovo Price  ' Cox 22, 73 Wsst AtteiateJa St.f Toronto.  . ���������������������������_.  ���������������������������ou  and hake, quickly  |h.crc  to   nan.    Take from  lire and  f,n"ar5 jeool.     Wiicn cold beat into it one  ,,lit,- . , ,;Cp������������������? and season  with salt and uni  on   l.uirlcr,    one.    even  tea.spoouhd;  soda,   three"    t. hlespoonfuls  Lad/ -i-'iiigors.���������������������������One cupful  one eg.';, three tablespoonfuls melt-1  mil k,  !ii'.^. IJcafc hard for ten niinutcs and  in  lhc  meantime havc a kettle on  one tea .poor*.ni cream tarfar, nut-:". -m   i   -x-     '    i<       i       \.-n  J-     "  -.,    u , ',        , ' si'ovo with boihng salt water.  Uil.ii  meg',     Mix   with  ilom;   to   rod   out  ja  tablespoon   form   the   dumplings  Uoil ten min-  thin, s;)ni.J:jo.iio\ydc.cd suj?ar over,        t   .     "���������������������������  .       ,,  ���������������������������  ,.=   ',   -     ,,        .. .      ,  .^     .,,  , '   and drop into water  aiul  out ni  long  thin  strip;..   J.akc  quickly.   ���������������������������^   J_ESSA&E"'0? EOPE  The  wlcs.    These    arc    delicious  with  broth  chicken   fricassc or milk or  soup,  lieef Chop Suej.���������������������������Grind two and  m     _    . ������������������   hail" iv.mndH of    beof    in  'a fund [The smooth,  road  lies beyond    thc  AU   wU_..111JL'U  _>'_ulill_il."_> 1 chopper aiul enough onions to sea-} rough,  KEEP OK.  If.   Fortune   frowns   upon  wiles,  Don't give up, keep on;  If hard it seems to win her smiles,  Don't give np, keep on.  If steep, your climb and dreary the  day,  And   dark  clouds  gather  on  your  wav,  At such a time, my friend,  I say-  Don'"t give up,  keep on.  What matter,  friend, if fools may  scoff.  Dou;t give  up,   keep on.  !  SklcJcisd. Engine-;   -..-ft  _ )*A  \  Equlppod wit'i evaporator Tank.  Designed especially for general Farm  Word  liuHt in 5 iind B  Siao...  8  Specially fid .?������������������cd for Vi?o?k   In  Cold We _Jher.  TI.P. Sf:ni-l-ocl.:ibJc Kiifrin.  with  Kvfipovalor  Tank.  ���������������������������Thoa. KiiKincs arc ,iic a.uno ns tlio Standard Horizontal Kuorntor F.:x-  .ii-:-:, except tltnt thoy nro nioiisil.c.1 on ni.iu3 . il,h . iolino tank phi rod in  b������������������..n of tho. f:_!fiiu". v/hurc it. i_s well proU.o ted, makinj? ;i vory v.c:\i, uosiipact.  B'._f-.ontiii:ipd outfit, as can bc F<_n from tho iHusiratiou iibovo of--thc 8 li.p.  Oiisolinc Kn. inc. Send for caitiloijuo W.S.  THK   CANADIAN   FAIRBANKS   COMPANY,   Limit!, d,'  MONTREAL, ST.   JOflN,  N,  B.   ., TORONTO, WINIJ1PEG  CALGARY, VAMCOUVEH  ��������������������������� inr "i *iir -~t rr~- ������������������������������������������������������������������������  icre ���������������������������--. lift c*f_.cr medicine can j  equal 1 ..hy's Ovrs Tahlcts for the  cure of . to.iHO.., bowel and tcotii-  in^ 1 rot:b!r,..< They come a.s a. message uf hone to worried mothers as  thev   m.'.kv.   shir!  , son it. Add Lhrce-q. arfcoi. of a  lean of tomatoes and a little finely  chopped suet. Mix well up in a  baking dish. Then add one-quarter of a package of. boiled macaroni.    1'ut in    a    graniio  pan  and  liii.v   ma:c .  s-.c-Kly,   iioevisn.   erring  v ,Ji-    / "  ';'.   "    f,--.....,   , ^.,.v  tilt*   ������������������'lf-'i >���������������������������.. r������������������i ii_     i\l    n    tr/iv-. ! Ul'Oo.  -I'rv  in  olive  s  C  mother lia-i t)ie guarantee oi a <,rov  eroment aisalv.st that this medicine!     Ko-y':i1   Uhopaucy.   conlnii's nn "opiate or poisonous 10l1 01' hl,Uc!r thvco sllcos or b"c0,,������������������  soiiMj _hv stmT. Mm. Maiu-icf. Mur-lUvo n������������������^'������������������>������������������ Siznf-J -hccd oninns,  r.hv, (;iii!ii'oi'<i. Q'.-i.. sav:-1-: ���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������'[ ' t'1,'C(- stalks of celery cut fino. Whon  think nab.'. Own T.._.:... ��������������������������� 'i'l,'..' lK>sl !lii(- onions are soft, add one cup-  medicine ur th- v.;,r\d.     i  mi.iv;  of!'"1  ,,C  vulcr,   ono-hair   pound  cold  -! i li.m ii. f!-!-. j chicken, one-half pnuuu cold ham  cut in dice, one small can of asparagus    tip ti,    one    small  can  of-  nofhin-:; foat ^'-n com:'! in. m n- c--,\r  inx siur.iarli, . ii-iwcl ;md LvvMhijif.  { r>iid ."." "Suld by "al! niedi.-ini'  doalori ur by mail at _.". cent-; ..  box firun 'i'Jie \)r. Williams' _M _____i-  cine   t'o..   ]������������������j..t_Icvilli*..   Out.  SKN _M IN' A  JiKNTKNCM.  ]ii..u*'-.!.v i������������������:*ft������������������:���������������������������{��������������������������� expediency.  .liimrnis    make    thc    year  trifU-.*-- -{'fi'.  Iteali'/'* Uk- f..ooc  ger, it ii!...  l-'iench iiitiRhvooms, one-half ounce  of ijr.cn Kiii^er root cub in (liin  disk.., two tahlespnonfub. of walnut  catsup. S'-ason highly wilh salt,  pepper.- and cayenne. Stir until  hoi.  and:'"  .oil  it I.  you   ii.'ivr.  any  i yiuM'i.elf.  'J'lio.  la:;t   person  der-..and  a man h  t-rsz lo Our nfiadfii'3.  V.'rJl" Mm-.::. Kyo Kptnody Co.. CIilctu .,  for Vi-pa'ar- illiistrii.tod V.ye Tiook i-'roe.  \Vrito i^l ":('������������������;iit Vour Kyo Troulilo und  they ������������������-IH i:'l\i'ii- iis ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ the Proper Application '-f th'r Murino Kyo Ilonjcditv. in Vour  ��������������������������� Kpi'Oiiil i":i.-<'. Y'iiii- Druggist '.vili li'll yo-u  llifit Mii'-HH- C.-liov .������������������ .oro Hyo. . Ktronatli-  r.i. V\'i>->1( I.V-:, "floosn't .mart., Soothe..  .-,od' .--.���������������������������__ for 50c. Try It in  :.!-..! in fi:;hy':. Eye3 for Bualy  ��������������������������� I C.-a-juiation.  Chile   Con   Caiue.--. o.'ik    I   pint  kidney  bean,    over ni^ht,   then  in  salted  watcr   until  tender;  within vou, unci !<-,:ifc 'l l'"1'1"-'��������������������������� of H/������������������������������������k. slunk info  jsma-l so.uare-;. roll each piece m  ' llo'u f and fry in drippings' until  brown. Add this meat fo the. boiled  bf-ami,���������������������������pour in a. can uf strained tomatoes, a teaspoonful of thyme,  two cloven of garlic, and enough  red pepper to season to taste. Uoil  for one hour and  serve.  Don't "-i.e. up,  keep  on.  Fair Fortune    will    smile    on you  then-  She's frowned, but amilcd on many  men.  So if you fail, just fry again���������������������������  -^Don-H. give^upT^kecp^Oii. -o^=  USE!'"tf_  HINTS.  disaster.  Silk articles slionld  not bc  fuld-  Bacon and kidneys must bc fried'cd in white papers, as the chloride  slowly,   li' cooked rapidly they will j of lime used in bleaching the paper  be hard Jind indigestible to cat.        will impair the color of thc silk.  -������������������*.  grievance,  keep  to learn  to  himself.  un-  Y  i-  vo n.-.-n.  our' 1.','"  y.<lid. :i  If   too  I  _    "Ollp  i  ; in   th  .!.".!  .-���������������������������;ilt has been added  .ii-.' a raw potato and boil  ��������������������������� so un   for a  few  minutes.  Tho potato will absorb much of the  _..!!.  For hmi!���������������������������>.. ealift fillinc., boat one  gg, add a mpfiil of sugar and tho  uie-.' and rind of one. lemon.  Cook  n   an    enameled     tin  until i.,.her  jhj.ik.    Wiicn cool, spread.  SALADS.  __oii<:tl Salad Dressing.���������������������������Use one-  half cupful of sugar, one fable-  npoonful of butter, one iablespoon-  fvi! of mustard, one-half cupful of  -vinegar, ono-half cupful of cream  or milk. Use three eggs and a pinch  of salt. Boil until thick enough,  then put info bottles.  Salmon Salad.���������������������������Pick the sal moo.  to pieces, chop celery and add to  salmon about twice thc amount you  have of fish. Mix well and add  dressing. Dressing : Two eggs, two  tablespoonfuls of sugar, one teaspoonful of mustard, little salt and  Z.UMiliK CUKES SULKS.  f.vi.icMCC From AM Sources.  Tiles are caused by distension of  the hemorrhoid v.ins, and the tissue becomes highly iailamed, dry  and sore. Zani-ibik cools and  soothes the inflamed tissue and tho  healing essences' in" Zam-.uk penetrate the diseased parts, giving  ease quickly.  .fr. George Harris, of Virden,  Man., says: "1" suffered acutely  from piles, but I am glad to say  Zam-Buk  worked a coniple  cure."  Mrs. S. Cooke, <l(. Pacific Ave.,  Winnipeg, says: "A month ago I  was cured by Zam-Buk of a bad attack of bleeding piles, to which I  had been .subject for a long time."  Mr. William Kenty, of Upper  Nine Mile River, Hants Co., I.. _.,  says: "I suffered terribly from  piles. The pain from these w.s not  times almost unbearable. I tried  various ointments, but everything  failed to dome the slightest good.  T was tired of trying various remedies, when I hoard of Zam-Buk, and  thought, as a last resource,' I would  give this balm a trial. In a very  short time Zam-Buk effected what  all thc other ointments and medicine* had failed to "do���������������������������a complete  cure." _ -  Wherever there is inflammation  or ulceration, thero Zam-Buk  should be applied. It heals ulcers,  abscesses, festering sores, cold  cracks, scalp sores, cuts, burns,  scalds, bruises, etc. AU druggists  and stores, 50 cents a box, or post  free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  for  price.    Refuse substitutes.  Store  Suap for a    month before  using.    Cut it info pieces and pile  If your tabic salt; is found to be,  damp,   mix a teaspoonful of corn-  up in  a dry place so  that the1 air  Hour with if thc next lime, you Jill  can_gct_to _it._  Keep above  iirr  sink a box containing borax and a bottle of ammonia for removing grease from  pots and pans.  A small piece of charcoal boiled  with cabbage will prevent the unpleasant smell which arises from the  vegetable.  Old hairbrushc... which havc be-'  come soft can bo made quite hard  andTivin by' "(lipping fliem in a  strong  solution of alum.  Tho yolks uf eggs left over when  the whites only arc wanted will  keep for several days if they arc  covered with cold water.  A joint of meat may be kept sweet  I'or many days of wrapped in a fine  cloth wrung out in vinegar ancl  hung in tho air.  In case of fire, a wet silk handkerchief tied over the nose and  mouth is a complete security  against suffocation  from smoke.  Onions cut into small pieces and  placed in a room where there is  fresh paint will absorb the odor.  One. large onion is  enough.  To remove iron ru .t, wet the  spots with salt and lemon juice,  hold the material over the steam  of a teakettle, and then put out in  the sun.  , Vegetabl- refuse, such as potato  peelings and cabbage leaves, should  be burned at the back of the kitchen  tire; they burn well and save coal.  If a teapot or coffee-pot is discolored ou the inside, boil it in a  strong solution of borax for a short  time, and all its brightness will return.  When frying anything in drop fat  'du will always  the sa Ueel la t;s_ana_   liavc dry sail.  Before using new enamelled cooking utensils grease them inside  with butter. This prevents thc enamel fruui cracking and chipping  quickly.  To freshen your ferns and house  plants, pour cold tea on them every  three or four days, ami you w.d  soon seo how much better they look.  Never boil  a    sill: "handkerchief.:'  or  ru!) soap on  it.    "Wash  in   :md..  made of    line white    soap, .squeeze  out, haif dry  in  the sun and iron  while damp.  Individual tarts are much served,  nnw-u-days  with  fruit  or pumpkin  liUing and with ice cream or whipped cream on Lop; with them serve  coffee.  Mustard should be mixed with  milk; this prevents it becoming,  hard and brown. Do not use vine-,  gar, as this destroys the flavor ot;  the mustard. ;  After having washed lamp chim-,  ncys in aoap and water scald with  clear   watcr.      They can bc. dried,  much moro quickly and will be perfectly clear.          SVl api������������������   Syrup  Pt_akei-3  Attention ���������������������������!),  Jlow.cun you rnasonably e_i .ct to tii a ke  eY.M a f..ir (iiinlit.y of'synin using osi_-*fi  dute po(.i? and JtoUlea and paws i'*r .eiling  your Maple _yrii|_ W_ll_ f .��������������������������� few*Met cii  l.lio "(Ji_.-..)j_on"  J_vs.fl_Go.k_   _���������������������������  have tho Hour sifter    full  of (lour  handy.     If   thc    'at   catches (ire, j TSia cmw.. KAuu9**Wi#+v"  sprinkle thickly with flour and save j ���������������������������        68 watiinaton &  n  ')}  i_  / .1  'hi  > _  i  \*i  ��������������������������� _ tf>  SUFFERED FOR  SIX LONG YEARS  THEN  DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS  CUllBD   MISS. RICHARD'S  DXABKTES.  Her   ]{!ic������������������ntaUsn_   also    Vanished  WIicji !. _dd?s Kidney Pills   Put  Her Kidneys ia  (Their Work.  Coin.i.iiHi'.o do  .- __._{," Chczzetco. k, Halifax Co  N. ������������������5., Feb. 7.--(Special.)���������������������������Cured  of Diabetes and Ithcun .ifisru from  which she had suffered for six  years, Mrs. Boniface .Richard, well  known here, is joyfully telling her  neighbors that she owes hcr health  to Dodd's Kidney Pills and to no  ether cause.  "My Rheumatism and "Diabetes  were brought on by cold and a  strain, and though J was attended  by a doctor he could not help nie.  After suffering for six years J made  " hi; my mind to try Dodd's Kidney  2'ills and to my surprise they did  mc good almost afc once. Two boxes- cured me completely. I recommend them to everybody a.s a cure  for Diabetes, Backache^ and all  other Kidney .Diseases.'-'  Dodd's Kidney Tills cured Mrs.  Richard's Diabetes because Diabetes is a Kidney Disease, and Dodd's  Kidney Pills cure all Kidney Diseases. Mrs. Richard's Rheumatism  was causod by her diseased Kidneys failing to fake thc uric" n_i'.i  out of hcr blood. V.hen her Kidneys were cured they strained the  uric acid out of her-blood and her  Rheumatism vanished.  caution:'  ''Lizzie,'''1 said ihe young mistress-,'"1 havc. been looking into  tlie kitchen, and 1 am shocked to  note  your carelessness."  "Carelessness, mum." says Lizzie. <f Well, if there's a cleaner  kitchen than this in town, I'll������������������������������������������������������"  "Oh, it is clean" enough, as far  as that "goes. Rut ..this morning I  noticed  that you"  are  report on a visit to the scattered  Gilbert Islands in the South Pacific, annexed by Great Britain in  1692, says Tlie Loudon Daily Mail.  The results may be summarized as  follows:  Advantages: Wars havo ceased,  tho islands are kept in perfect order; extreme poverty is almost unknown ; every man is secure in his  possession of his piece of land;  taxes are light and arouse no complaints; thc native police are efficient and the native official:, admirably honest; the houses are good,  the 'roads clean, and hospitals have  been established.  Disadvantages: Life is extremely  monotonous and circumscribed, intercourse between the islands being  forbidden; iho old Spartan simplicity of living���������������������������chiefly on cocoa-  nuts and ���������������������������iish���������������������������has vanished, and  rice, meat, sugar, and biscuits are  consumed; "clothes of shocking  shape and atrocious color have almost "replaced the picturesque kilt  of leaves": native arts and crafts  have rapidly declined: decrease of  population has set in and thc number of sterile marriages is growing  quickly; new diseases have been  imported, and there is an alarming  increase of phthisis.  Tho islands are of coral, and tbe  highest, land i.s not more than 20  feet above high-water mark. Thc  natives consume daily about seven cocoanuts per head. They have  a- Parliament of unpaid members  known as kauburc or "talking  men," thc Gilbert Islanders being,  TAKE A DOSE CF  be  ni list to _raft tw @u&wtfg^s  I] It will icsianlly relieve ihat racking coujh.  ij Taken piomptly it .ill often prevent  !|  Asthma, Bronchitis and serious throat ar.d  lung troubles.    Guaranteed safo aad very  palatable.  Al! Drugsiiti, 23 cent*.  SS__s__s__!  in  spite of the    scarcity  of topics,  "the most wonderful talkers in ail  the  South   Seas."      "The  eternal  WHERE TV ILL IT STOP?  "Our fleet of torpedo destroyers  seems to have stirred up our friend  lhc enemy," remarked the naval  chief of one  great power.  "Yes," replied his assistant, "it  is paid they will build a licet of  torpedo destroyer destroyers  now."  One of the greatest blessings to  parents is Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator. It effectually expels  worms and gives health in a marvellous manner to the little one.  HIS EGG PRODUCER.  Ashley���������������������������"I suppose 'you reinem-  that wonderful White Leghorn  hen of mine 1"  Selraour ��������������������������� "Yes; what about  her?"  Ashley���������������������������"J want to tell you  about her laying; it's something re-  markahlc ; -why, some days last summer she laid more eggs than' all  my other hens put together."  Seymour���������������������������"What was the matter  with thc other liens?"    .  Ashley���������������������������"They were sitting."  Regularity-  K O IV S E  OWNERS.   US   .  6y._BAl'I..S  CAUSTIC  BALSAM.  i t_M, sp.,. _ >_i. .������������������ ���������������������������������������������._.  _i.������������������ s _Mt, Best BUSTER  *\ _ u__. K_!iiov������������������_ ull b-r.f. .  f������������������o_ Hirto. I_j.c_:_>!��������������������������� lo  _������������������r';4tj_ff ���������������������������__ _ Miir.ir . Jwad  _ - ������������������.������������������..!}_ iv _ .rcubri.  TUB 1_.V?RE:_!I. W.M.IAMS  Ot)., '_ .r������������������mto, .Ml.  _���������������������������_*  of tbe'bowels is an nbsol _te necce-  pity for .rood health. TJ .Irgg tha  waste ran ttor from tho food "which  collects there ia e:ot rid ot nt least  onoc a dar, ifc decays and not. ;..s  tlio whol������������������* body, causing billo.s-  ness, indip.stion and p������������������c_ head*  aches. Sultn and other harsh  rvur .ativ*. Irritate tho detente  linlnff of tho bowels. T)r. 'Worse _  Jrid.nn Root Pills���������������������������entirely Vf?el-  n. 1 .���������������������������ro._ii1tito the bowels .effect-  irely without vr<_ keniut., 'sicken-  int.   or  griping.   Use  Dr.  o  Indian  Morse's  Root    PHI  ACENTS WANTED.  A MDITIOUS representation v..anted Id  u\ every locality to Hell "Modern" specialties. Secure your territory now.' "Turn  time into (.old." $5.60 to ������������������10.00-'_ day can  bc easily _i_da. Write 10-day. .Modern  Goods Co. of Canada, Owen .Bound. Ont.  FARM FOR  RENT.  LADIES'  ,**&  m  .    INTERESTING.  "You   say  that psychic  research  hat. led vou to some interesting dis  coveries 1"  "Yes," answered Mr. Lo brow. "I  had no idea before'that"so many  of my ancestors played the tambourine and guitar.Jj  the  box of matches-.right beside the can  .1 gunpowder tea.-'  PILES CUREDatHOME by  New Absorption Method  If you suffer from bleeding, itching, blind or protruding Piles, send  me your address, and I -will tell  you how to cure yourself at home  by the new absorption treatment;  and will also send sonic of this  home treatment free for trial, with  references from your  own. locality  if requested.    Immediate relief and! KEr,"��������������������������� *. sou$> So'etf Merchants, Toronto,  , i     _-.       . aro o_ci'tnt������������������-O.A.G.    No. . 21   lljirlny    and  permanent  cure assured,   bend  no  -   ��������������������������� ��������������������������� -��������������������������� -  - -       y  money, but tell, others of this offer. Write io-day io Mrs. M. Summers,  Box  P.  7_0,  Windsor  land problem" is the ever-fruitless  theme of endless discussion.  CURED HER KIDNEYS.  Mrs. John Pcttip. ew, of Central Economy. N.S.. was practically helpless from  Rh������������������ iimatiflm.  She could not stoop, and her limbs ache.  go that it was torture for her to _e up and  around the houso.  .  As Mrs. I. t_i<_row put. it, "T was al) ci iu-  pled up. I fi-'iw Gin Pills advert.-d and  pent for thorn, and after't:ikin_ i.iily two  bosoa. am a different v.-n_ .. . Gin 1.Us  arc thc only tilings that helped uic, and I  caunot say too much for them."-  If yon have that dreadful pain in the  back���������������������������if yon are tortured with Rheumatism get Gin Pills, nt once.  Write National Drug- A.' Chemical Co.,  (Dept. IV. L.), Toronto, for tree sample.  Regular size, at dealers���������������������������5Cc. a box���������������������������6 for  $2.50. -    ��������������������������� . ' . ���������������������������_  Comfort for the Dyspeptic. --  There is no ailment so harassing  and exhausting as dyspepsia, which  arises from defective action of the  stomach and'.liver, and the victim  of it is to be pitied. Yet he can  find ready-relief in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, a preparation that  has established itself by years of  effective use. There.arc pills that  are widely advertised'as thc greatest ever compounded, but not one  of them can rank in value jvith Par:  rnelce's.  wa ._s_g  OR  OtlT!f._  ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ��������������������������� QUITS  OlB be dan* perfectly by onr Ftw__ Proee_.  T _ II  cams;. ak__icaw dv. ;_a ca.  tSOXISEAJ*  TOJtONXO.  OTTAWA  * QUEBEC  Do you trap or buy  Furs? Iain Canada's  Jars est dealer, I pay  liif.liestprices. Your  .shipments solicited.  I pay matt and express c_ar.es; remit  promptly. Also laijjest dealer in Be .fhides,  Sheepskins,cic. Quotations and shipping lags  sent free, 9  JCHN  F\UM TO RT.. T, l.et-v-ft. i Mo 11.0M. pn . Ok-������������������ii  Sound. Two hundred,,icr<_ mi'_rcT_t?vitInn,  j. *.-> pa-.lur . fiirro h-inse 'and irood ouUinililin^g.  J. W. G. Wliilnor, il Toronto J.ti'oct,-.Toronto.  FOR  SALE.  i60    AC'?KS    JfANJTOflA  - DAUPITII.  district-all   j;ood   Ji-.nd, will    soil  , cheap and  -on    en ay    terms.'  _.]_.___.__ Ill1,  136 Wilton Av., Toronto.  HALLAM   TOROPJTO  pETRIB'S  I     Prompt  8x10, 7x10 in.  ers.   10  and   32  4. 5, 6, Si, 10, VI, 14  VACirj.J-lty    IOR   -SAL._.-  pJiipments.   10x11,   &x!2,   6vl2,  jportr.ble   cnicines  .and  boil-  P.   Irnoiion  ongino.   2,  16. 20 II.P. vertical boil  ers. 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Some men boast of their luck because none of their relatives ever  visit them.  DOU'T  WAST until    your    neighbor   is  srettiiiK  belter'crops  than   yourself.   Ceo,  Scotch pro .ii Regenerated Rnnuer Oats,  in 5 bush. lots, at $1.25 per bush., bags  PRKli.   Send for  samples, also catalogue.  The Host Liver Pill.���������������������������-The action  of the liver is easily disarranged. A  Kudden chill, undue exposure to thc  ������������������������������������������������������lemcnts. over-indulgence in some  favorite food, excess in drinking,  are a few of the causes-. J.ut -whatever may be thc cause, Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills can he relied upon  ns the best corrective that can be  .lakcn.__They_ are the leading liver  pills and ihey havo no superiors  among such preparations.  To prevent musriness in a teapot wash out iho latter every time  niter use, and let it dry with thc  lid off.-  NOT A DISTUiLBER.  Lady Visitor���������������������������-"That new girl of  yours seems, very nice and quiet."  Mistress���������������������������"Yes, she's very quiet.  Sho doesn't even disturb the dust  when she's cleaning the room."  A  bottle    of   3-ioklc's Anti-Con-  Per Chilblain,, Kio������������������t Kites, _n ,������������������os, ,Spr,\lns,  nthb .; -o<|tmls the fiiinoua uld remedy, i'orry  avis' 1 .uukillor. Koop a bottle always ou  ninl. K'liially _o������������������il to olmck Oillls aud bieak up  old .   At all ilru};f;i__  sunifitivc Syrup, taken accord ing to  directions, will subdue a cough in  a short time. This assertion can  be verified by hundreds wlio havo  tried it and are pleased to bear  testimony to its merits, so that all  may know what a splendid medicine  it is. It costs you only 25 cents to  join (hc ranks of the many who  have been benefited by its use.  P.EAL CLEVERNESS.  A man is really clever if hc can  make you  like an old story  when  he tells it.  Lll'K IX (JLLllERT ISLES.  Dflfcds    of     Civilization   on   lhc  Civilization  Native.?.  Some  curious  effects  of  civilization  are related in a Government  WIS.  rs  DYffiiii  I The Guaranteed ONE Dye for ALL Good., j  Ju__Thln_o.lt. With the SAME Dye  you can color ANV kind of cloth . orfoct!y-No  chance of Mistakes. All cilors xo cents from  yous* PruafBrist or Dealer. Ssniplo Card aud  Book_t'Free frcm  Tha Johiiion/.!. ohp_<t_.n Cc., U.. Itod,  _i.wa_.il.   m������������������*m.,n������������������ ii ��������������������������� ������������������.i������������������_������������������m������������������i ,m_e*ii 'fl>M_t������������������__,_)r������������������J  Only those who have had experience can loll thc torture corns  cause. Pain wilh your boots on,  pain with them off���������������������������pain night and  day; but relief is sure to those who  use Holloway's Corn Cure.  SAME HOUSE.  Two wretched-looking tramps  were brought before the magistrate.  .Addressing the worse-looking of  the two, he said :���������������������������  "Where do you live "  "Nowhere, sir."  "And where do you live?" addressing the second.  "I've got the room above him,  your worship."  DOMESTIC.   ���������������������������  "Name tlie   domestic   animals?"  asked the    teacher one afternoon,  when she was .giving hcr small pupils a quiz.  Philip frowned, sucked his p������������������a-  eil, and then manfully did as he  was told. ,  "The cat, the dog and the hi fen!  girl," he yrroto ih his big, rousi������������������t  hand.  " UNCLE EZRA SAYS :  " "Sometimes the wicked stand ��������������������������� in  slipp'ry, places so it will'be hard  for anybuddy to git near 'em."   .  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"Why, where have you.been for a  week back?", "Oh, just down to  the store for a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil," and Mrs.  Surface, who hates puns, w.alked  on But she remembered, and  when she contracted a weak back  there was another^_customci' forEc:  "1 cctf ic^Oi IT    ; =        ���������������������������.  When a millionaire points out  thc road to riches he invariably designates one that leads away from  his  own   private  hunting grounds.  LCGK!  BOYS AMD GIRLS l!  Do you want to earn a valuable prern-j  inm? Wc want boys and eirlt. to do pleasant and profitable work (or us,which can'  be done in a couple of hours of your spar .  time, and for which 'we are Riving a  choice of some valuable premiums. We  do not require yon to selPanythinff.  Write ns at oncp for full particulars.  BRA UN   A   CO., 52 Colborne St., Toronto.  Cnred without, operations. All who are af������������������  llirt������������������>d with tlii������������������ disea������������������_ and wish ' to be  cured permanently, .ofoly and quickly  with this great Homeopathic re. edy,  .which will be M'nt post-paid anywhere  in the world with full instruction.) for  iifing so os to effect r permanent cure.  Prico   S2.   .Address  John   T. Watt,   Momeonathlo   Pharmacy,  "Arnprlcr, Canada.  _ DO" YOU   WANT.   TO    KNOW  Jf!01 cirion. _noKt,!y untold) facts about  Human ' Nature ? l.ond - Pr. Foote's  "Wonder" book on th" flelicn1<> snbj>f.t_  of- Love, Marrl.j.., Parentage, - Health,  Disease, and Freaks, iris tho"fruit of 50  fears' experience of n fucccpful author  n.nd practitioner. Full of advioo n������������������w_s-  fin1., to everv man and womnn. f'ortni'"?  tnore vital facts thn������������������ your doctor would  fire yon for ten dollnrs. In 3 <-",,tio"..  UO p." ..s ?>nd 40 ilhitstT-ot'" . "r'.ce 10-:.  t.L.HI!.   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Canada,  LlrriHod  Toronte  VM2X.1,JsMJ������������������S,!UIRrt&,  _jiv. ids, cvrswicoxrvjiaw  For Croup. DipliUibria,  Influenza.   Grain p.,  Spavin . IIurn . Scald .  Accident.   B r u i s o .  F h 11 s,   G u n h h o t  VVonudri,     Poisonous  BiioKof Uogs, Sualce.i.  ..tin _so( liiHCCta,eu:.,  list"  R:i5lTirt.]r������������������  Kc;;.fliy  'Let, 'em !   We'll build a fleet of  torpedo    destroyer  stroyers."  destroyer   dc-  TO CURI3 A COLD IN ONE DAY  Tali*   LAXATIVI.   HllOMO   Qnm'-i.     Tablet .  Drn .L'Nls r������������������rmi-! iinni-'y if 11 fails to curt.  (1UUVK. Mfiiiituro \i on oicli box,   "'-���������������������������  u. w.  ���������������������������___  LKARNINCJ MAN'S WAYS.  And    now    the    female "liighway-  nian  At rob I ling  akes her llin,..  Soon v.'oman will compote with man  In ev'ry single thing.  Dcitcrthna a Mustsrd Plaster.  FOR GOLDS  U.y Kot Bltsicr.  IN'CHEST OH  TKRG _T, CHlLBLfiHiS, ET6,  12 Vaseline Remedies fn Tubes  Mentholated, Ciunphorntcd, Born ted, Cor.  bolau.1, Oxide of '/Aw, etc. Win. for  Free Vaseline llnok.  CKESEnnOUOH MPO. CO, (Oong'tl)  379 Craig 3t. W,. Montreal  aM-lMH___MCWO._a__Wt___et  ffiSffiJS46_3____Sa_SE__33iEB  NCHITI-S  If Neglected, it teen reaches l__ Lcajs  cad may Prove FataJ.  'Mr. G. L.Ger:owc_ 116 MiiliccntSl.,  cronlo, writes under dn!e ci September  13, I9G8, "One year ago this spring! contracted a severe cold in lhc chest, which  tievi.lop.cl inio Bronchil _, . I took three  kinds of medicine end found r.o improvement.    A friend of mice sdviacd   .s to'try  PSYCi _:NE and in threo day. I fe.'t iiice a  _tLe_-____.aSa'"-__l.t.1g3itgJolet other? know,,  what a valuable euro you.have'ia.PSYCHINE!for it cured me v/hsrs nil other med  kir.es hnd failed. I aramois than thankful to  be well again, and for ths sake of others who  m������������������v be ill,you may publish this testimonial.'  Stop that cold or the rejuits willbe  s;rious.   You can do this by toning itptho  system with PSYCHINE.  For Silo by ill Drr������������������is_, 10c.  . $1 per fcoltl.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  , LIMITED,  TORONTO J  i_  pw.0,-?:  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN  _3������������������S������������������___B__B  H0TE_ TRAYMORE  ON Till. OCEAN KHONT.  ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.  (at  ^^e^si  _ m������������������!.ni(lftenfc Un-story flru-proo. iwddttlon it Inst brdnj; coraploUd, miiliii; this f������������������.mom  host������������������lry tneBowo.it and mo3t UR-to-daU of Atlautio City Uotul . A uow toa.Lui_ i< the uiu.aj.1  si������������������e of tha bod'roomn, ivoragiuj; 19 f������������������������������������t s _uar������������������.  Kvi������������������ry room oomrnaiiiii an ocoan riew, bath attached with n*x and freah w*ter. Ch������������������Y .1-  glasa In-every chanibor, Tuuiperature reg. latsd by Tliermoadadt, the ___. dnvelr.pm.it in  ateain b ������������������_Uiig. Tolophone lu ev������������������ry taau. Uo 1_ priYil������������������a������������������������������������. C*p*city (WO. Write for i_lust__������������������J.  booklet  CHARLES O. MARQUETTE,  Manager.  ISSUE  TRAYMORE HOTEL COflPANY,  D. S. WHITE, PwwdenW  ***m .  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 14, 191o  ��������������������������� _ ���������������������������  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 >o_12  Afternoon, 4 w 5  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. ClifT and Georp.   Sts. ENDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block. Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  INCUBATION AND BROODING  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings firet  Thursday on or after the  full moon nt 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially in. ted.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  ^a_^ Eureka Lodire. No. SO  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. 0.  O. F1. hall, Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always ' welcome. .1. A. McMorland, N. G., A.  Reeves, Sec'y, E. J. Mack. Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  ROBT. N. BAILEY. C.C.  C. E. STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  K. of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments. For rates, etc, apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE. M. E.. Enderby  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.  Four Star Chop, $1.60 per 100 lbs  Per ton, $32.00  Three Star Chop, $1.55 per 100 lbs  Per ton, $31.00  Bran: $1.05 per 100 lbs.; ton, $21  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs.  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, $2.00100 lbs.  Cracked Corn, $2.10 lOOlbs  Northern Spring Seed Wheat $41  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00  Timothy Hay, "   $21.50  Upland Hay, "   $16.50  Under the above title, there has  recently been issued from the poultry  branch of the Department of Agriculture, by M. A. Jull, the government  poultry expert, a valuable bulletin  to the poultrymen of the province.  The purpose of the bulletin is told in  the preface by the author. "The demand for information in the various  branches of thc poultry industry is  rapidly increasing. There are two influences which give rise to this demand. Those already engaged in the  industry to a very large extent have  had to solve their, own problems;  their experiments, performed often in  a haphazard manner, proving of little  value. They have had to conduct  their poultry plants sorrrewhat as an  experimental station rather than as  a business enterprise. For them to  experiment is too costly. Then the  need for such a bulletin as this,  which it is hoped will aid the poultrymen to solve many perplexing  problems confronting them, is obvious. On the other hand, many new  comers to the province are desirous  of obtaining literature dealing with  the best methods to adopt in order  to be assured of the best success.  The business of the department is to  assist these as far as possible, and  with this object in view, this bulletin  has been prepared. We understand  a copy of the bulletin will be sent to  any person making application by  letter.  THE BOSTONIANS  This famed company of little people, the Juvenile Bostonians,,. ho will  appear  in  K.   P.   Hall in  the  opera  Berta's Billion," on the evening of  May 13th, is creating almost a sensation in many parts of Western Canada. The Calgary, Alta., Albertan,  tells of their performance there. It  says:"The Juvenile Bostonians have  always been great favorites with Calgary audiences, and their return engagement which commenced last evening at the Lyric theatre was no exception to the rule. In presenting  "Berta's Billion" music lovers of  light opera who were fortunate  enough to be present, enjoyed a treat  "The Bostonians are this season  composed of twenty-two clever little  girls between the ages of 12 aad 18  years. They render the best musical  numbers, and every child is an artist in singing.  "In the title role of "Berta," Babe  Also a full line of Rolled  Oats   and  Mason proved as strong a favorite as  $24  $24  $34  $24  $26  $40  $42  Wheatlets for table use.  Free delivery to any part of Enderby.  Terms: Net Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby _,  House  Cleaning  Will soon be on. Call and see  my stock of Carpets, Matting,  Linoleum, Wall Paper, and all  necessary articles for beautifying and making the home  comfortable.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  ever.   She has a style of her own in  rendering comic songs, which is both  sweet and funny, and she gets the audience  every  time.    Edith  McCIaire,  I taking the   part    of   Heindrie,   who  plays the role of lover to Berta, is a  charming little actress.     She proved  a success last evening in singing, especially   her    Swiss   Yodle.     Hattie  Hellen    also    deserves    mention   for  playing  the gentleman   role  of  Tom  Horton.     Iris    Mason,    little   Edith  Stoddard and Osa Kennedy also are  well to the fore.   The Bostonians will  be at the Lyric    for    the balance of  j.the^week^antUit^is^safe^to-say^therj  will still   remain    a    pleasure to all  who hear tliem."  The sale of seats for this popular  ���������������������������company of juvenile opera singers  j will open at Reeves' drug store early  jin May. Get your tickets early.  'Every seat in the house will be,reserved.  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderfcy  Having added a cement brick machine to my cement plant, I am now  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  BIG TIMBER DEAL  A report in thc Vancouver Province  says: "The timber limits of the Che-  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  Eld.rnell Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR  L.   MATTHEWS.  mainus Lumber Co., In Comox valley  on Vancouver Island, comprising 75,-  000 acres and extending from Comox  to Campbell river, a distance of 32  miles, have just been purchased by  the Fraser River Lumber Company.  The deal is easily the largest single  timber transaction ever closed in  British Columbia, the price being  about $4,000,000.  "The tract in question is regarded  by experts as the finest area of  Douglass fir in existence, containing  it is estimated, between four and five  billion feet* The Fraser River Lumber company had previously acquired  about 25,000 acres of timber limits in  the Comox valley, near Comox,  where extensive logging operations  are now being carried on. The combined holdings gives the company the  largest and most baluable tract in  the'" province, its value being estimated at $6,000,000."  CANADA'S EXPOSITION  Canada' Exposition has been postponed until 1914. This is the date  fixed upon after much conference for  the purpose of getting at an agreement on this point that would be acceptable to the several interests that  are involved. Such an agreement has  been arrived at, and the Exposition  committee has taken up the question  of finances with renewed activity,  this point having been allowed to  lapse while the matter of date was  being threshed out. Now that this  important point has been settled,  there is no need for further delay,  and the plan for raising money for  Canada's biggest show is being  worked out in general and detail.  The Exposition will involve an outlay of some eight or ten million  dollars.  TENDERS WANTED  TENDERS will be received up to  noon on Saturday, April 16th, for  the digging and filling of a pipe line  ditch, about four miles in length,  situated in the Municipality of Spallumcheen. Tenders will be accepted  for part or whole of digging and filling of said ditch. Plans and specifications can be seen at the Clerk's  Office, Armstrong. Lowest or any  tender not necessarily accepted.  ,   C. CREED, C. M. C.  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  We have some good  Cheap  Lumber  which we are selling at prices  Do not  Shoe  Bargains  5 per c.  off for  3 days  miss it!    more  ooo  In Felt  Hats  and CLOTHING  How would you like one of our  new BATTERSBY'S hats for  Spring wear? We are showing a very select stock of the  finest quality of Soft Felts; the  newest shapes and shades.  Working  Shoes  ,-x  For Real Value combined  with price we doubt if you  can find anything that will  give you the satisfaction  to be found in this footwear.  ooo  Straw Hats for  the Ladies  Get one while tht selection is  complete.  Dress Shoes for  Men, Women  and Children  In our Grocery  Department  you will find our prices as  low as the lowest.*  THE POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  From  $5 to $13  per thousand  Also small lots of special  stocks which . we -wish to  move. If you will call  and see us we will name  figures  to    do  business.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  Limited  Enderby B. C.  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on htnd. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  Garden.  "^ _ir  ������������������_  .*���������������������������  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.  and Flower  New crop now arriving from our growers in England, France,  Holland, Canada and the United States. All tested as to vitality  and purity on arrival. The BEST is good enough for our customers.   Catalogue free.  Business will be continued at our old stand until May. After  that in new "location, which will be announced later."  MI   HFNRY   3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  ���������������������������   Us   t tt-ii   . t\ 4 y BRITISH   COLUMBIA  HAY  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50  per ���������������������������  TON  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C.  .; ��������������������������� D  tt  Thursday, April'14, 1010.  SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENDERBY PRESS AM) WALKER'S WEEli'LY.  OKANAGAN ELECTORAL DISTRICT  No.  _  NOTICE IS IIEIM.I.Y (31 VEX that objections to (he following naiiies  Voters for the OI.an.ignn Electoral District have been tiled with me under"  Elections Act" and amendments, Viz.:���������������������������  -being retained  (he   provisions  on  of  the  the  Register  oi'  "Provincial  _'   NAME  Residence  Profession  Objection  ���������������������������   C Adams, Clifford  7|..d;.ms,' Ernest Mope.  fijAdams,   William  Ezra  j 1 Allied.,  .lames  Stowai  1-1 Agnew,   Harry   lOjAitkens,  Charles  Carroll  Colby  ..jAitchison, Charles  HIjAitkens,  Clement.  -OlAitken.  _*  '38  ���������������������������il  42  ���������������������������17  nt.  59  62  C7  6S  69  70  71  73  74  78  81  88  89  90  92  94  'LOO  102  :106  110  313  114  115  116  120  126  129  131  132  133  142  144  147  149  Albers.  Albers,  Albers,  Albers,  A1 cock,  Alcock,  Alexander,  Alexander,  James.  Mike   Simon   Malhias   . . .  Peter   William   Albert- John.  William.  William.  I.  Mian,  William  Allan,   Thomas '...  Allison, John Robert   Aimes, B. S   rVmer,   Laban   'Anderson,   John   Anderson, Neville Ebdcll   Anderson,   Charles  Walter...  John Ludwick.. ..  Antoine '.. . .  Rockie William. . .  Edmund Arbuthnot  Peter ':   .Villiam Thomas. . .  Summerland, Block 4 54   Penticton, Lot   14, Block  37   Kelowna,  Lake. View  Hotel   Penticton,  Lot  33   Penticton,  West Side Ellis Street.  Xaramatn,  Blk.  20, Lot 210...'..  Vernon,  Coldstream   Ranch   Peachland, Lot 4 7, Blk. IIS.   Vernon, Gore Street.._   Albers' Farm   Albers' Farm .   Albers' Farm   Lnvington   Ranch   Valley, Lot. 20   Lots 4 and 5 B. E   I.um by,  Lumby,  Lumby,  Lumby,  Okanagan  Penticton,  ISO  152  155  156  - 159  160  ''161  163  167  171  1S1  182  183  1SS  190  197  201  202  203  208  211  213  216  217  220  221  900  -i tai o  225  226  227  228  229  233  234  235  238  239  243  244  245  24S  254  256  258  261  264  274  277  281  Anderson,  Ander.on,  _nderscn,  Anderson,  Anderson;  Andrews,  Angus,  Alexander Whyte.  Archibald, Marvin B   Archibald, Keubcn     Archibald, Keubcn      An'ss,  Llewelyn '   Armltage, .Alfred Emerson  Armstrong.   William   Frederick  Arnason,  John      Asher,  Edmund   Bruce. .  Ashton,   Jay   Asson, John Sheldon.. . .  Asson,   Harry   Atchison, Samuel      Atkin,   Valentine   Atkinson,  William   Ayer, Reuben Charles. . .  Badger, James Edward. .  Bagnall,  Charles Edward  Bailey,  John  M   Bailey,- John Melchior.. .  Baird,   Andrew   Baird, James Ebert   Baker, George Charles..  Baker,  Frederick      Henry....  McKenzie.  Hope.  Baker, James  Ball, Joseph   .  Ball, William  Ball, Samuel  Band,   Martin  Ban ford, Fred   .  Banks, Edmund  Bannister,  Thomas"'  Barber,  Samuel  Barker,  Charles   Barnet, James Mersden..'.. .  Barnett,- William  Welland..  Barr," John      Barrie, Charles   Barry. Joseph Hanson......  Basham, Jabez '.   Bathurst,  Frederick Harley.  Baulia, Nels    _   Bawden,: Samuel George. .'. .  Bayliss,. William      Beard, Albert John;. ......  Beascoby,  Frederick Ernest.  Beatty,, Henry  Walker   Beatty,  Alexander'   Beaumont, Leopold   Beck, Alexander ,  Beckman, Fred   - ',  Beckman. Frederick      Beeson; Edgar Thomas   Beetham, Leonard Charles. . .  Beliveau,  Wilfred      Bell, Lowrie      Joseph Ferman ���������������������������   Peter Edmund   William   Robert   Thomas William   Sydney    Albert-Ed ward   Bell,  Bell,  Bell,  Bell,  Bellamy,  Bennett,  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.......  289 Bird, Robert Windsor   297 Birnie, Frank James ,  {01 Black, Alexander Duncan.  302 Black, James     303 Black, William Lawrence   i06 Blackball,  John      _308 Blackwood, Norman L . .. ._L1_LJ  ~'A 1_ BIffnee, J_ m~e"s~ W i 11 iarii.7   320 Blane, James     325 Boaz, Thomas   326 Bochler, Englebert     328 Bogert, John Edward. . .'   331 Bolton, Charles      332 Blyth,  Cecil  Thomas   334 Bond, Cecil Henry   335 Bongard," Edward Stanley   339 Boothroyd, Silas William   343 Boston, William     34 9 Boureel, Francis   351 Bourdon, Eugene     358 Bower,   Henry Richard   359 Bowman, George ".". ..". .".'.".  360 Bowman, Joseph Robinson....  361 Bowcott, William James.'   362 Bowden, Charles Gordon   363 Bowoll, William John   364 Bowel),   Stephen  Robert   365 Bowen, Frank William   370 Bowlsby,   .edeska   375 Boyer, Weldon Fraser.. .'   377 Boyer, Alonzo Brewci'   379 Bradley, John Joseph   380 Bradley,  Reginald      3S1 Bradley, William Wilbert   3S6 Brcedon, Frederick William. . .  388 Bremner,  David      396 Brims, James Alexander   398 Brisbane, Alexander Macdonald  403 Broad,  Hubert Frederick   405 Broderick, William Tindall   4 06 Brodie, James   4 07 Brodie, Giffard      4 09 Brooks, James   412 Brookland, Clement Francis. . .  413 Brow, William Henry   414 Brown,  Thomas   415 Brown, John Albert   116 Brown, Samuel Peter Herman.  41S Brown,  William  Robert   419 Brown, William      ���������������������������120 Brown,  Robert. George   425 Brown, Hugh William   42S Brown, John   429 Brown, John  . ........... .. .  432 Bruce, William Arthur..'....  435 Bruton, James William   437 Bryant, Cecil Roland....   438 Bryant, William   440Bryson, James       451 Buker, Wellington     4 53 Bull, Victor Joseph   458 Bunce, Benton  ............  459 Bunce, Joseph E.   4 60 Burgess, Thomas Ashton....  4 61 Burke, Patrick Andrew......  4 67 Burns, Frank    475 Burrell, Peter   4 82 Butchart, Harry    Armstrong, C. P. ft. Work Car   Lumby, Ham's  Horn  Hotel   Enderby, A. Paul's House   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Armstrong, C. Schubert's Farm : ..  Kelowna, Wollaston's Farm   Kelowna, P. Ellison's Farm, .Mission Road  Okanagan Landing, Wood's Farm   Vernon, B. X. Ranch   Armstrong,   Huntley's  Camp   Armstrong,   Huntley's  Camp. ���������������������������.   Vernon, Okanagan Hotel   Armstrong, One Mile North-. . .'   Ewing's Landing, Killiney.   Vernon, Okanagan  Hotel   Short's Point, Lot 2550   Peachland,  Beach Avenue   Vernon,   Mara  Avenue   Summerland,   Lot   4 55   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 4 97, 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.  Vt Sec. 24, Tp. 17   Summerland,  Lots  8  and  9,  Blk.  45,  Subd.  of Lot 455 ��������������������������� .-;  Rutland, Lot 1, Map 603 .-   Kelowna, Lot '465, Knox Estate   Kelowna, Block 13   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Kelowna, Glenn  Avenue   Okanagan, Lot-104   Lansdowne,  McClary.s Ran9h   Vernon,  Vernon  Hotel   Kelowna, Lot 4 2, Subd. 415   Kelowna, Palace Hotel   Penticton,' Ellis Street   Armstrong,  East View   Vernon, Fuller Street   Armstrong, Okanagan Street   Enderby,  Cliff  Street   Penticton, Hay ward St   Summerland, Lot 455   Lumby, Ram's Horn Hotel '   Armstrong,  Okanagan  Hotel. . :.'....;. .-.  Armstrong, Clinton Farm,'Larkin   Penticton,- Winnipeg  St   Okanagan Landing, Bruce's Mill   Kelowna,   Pendozi   St...... .'   Penticton, Lot 75, Main St   Vernon,   Victoria   Hotel   Summerland,-Blk. 59, Lot 455   Lumby, Christien's Hotel, Mabel Lake P.O.  Enderby, King Edward Hotel. . .. :   Armstrong, Gabouril's Farm   Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch   White Valley, Bardolph's Ranch   Armstrong,  Armstrong  Hotel   Okanagan Mission, J. M. Rutlands' Farm..  Okanagan Mission, Bell's Farm   Armstrong, John Docksteader's Farm....  Penticton, Ellis  Street   Armstrong, Cargill Ranch   Peachland, Lot .1183   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. 14 3,  Kelowna, Lot L7, Blk. 143,  Vernon, Tronson  Street.. .  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Vernon,   Victoria   Hotel   Kelowna, Glenn Avenue   Penticton,   Ellis'  Ranch   Kelowna,_Lake Front. . L . . 1_1._.,  P_i_ictbn~\VestminsteV^__ve 7..".. .  Vernon, Ellison  Street   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Lumby, Bochler's Farm   Enderby, Bogert's Farm '   Enderby,  George  Street   Vernon, Royal  Hotel   Kelowna, Lot 34, Map 264   Okanagan Landing, C. P. R. Lands   Lumby, Bessette's Mill   Jackman, Cherry Creek Mine   Lumby, Bourccl's Farm   Vernon,   Victoria   Hotel   Kelowna,   Bernard   Avenue   Vernon  ". .". .". .'. . . .".". ..... 7..v..'.".. ..  Vernon, Mission Street   Vernon, Wood's Lake   Okanagan  Mission,  Bowden's Farm   Armstrong, Bowell's Farm   Armstrong,  Knob  Hill   Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch   Okanagan,   Lot   104   Enderby,  McLeod's  House   Enderby, Belvedere St   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Enderby, A. R. Roger's Boarding House.  Bnderby,   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.   .4 Sec. 0, Tp. 26. ���������������������������  Kelowna, Lequime Block.   Kelowna,  Okanagan Mission . . .."   Okanagan, Brown's Farm   Silver Creek, His Ranch. .   Rutland, Lot 23, Map 245. . . . ... .'. .  Kelowna, Lot 23    Kelowna, Lot 136, Tp. 26   Okanagan Landing, Bruce's House   Armstrong, D. Graham's Farm.   Okanagan Centre, Rainbow Ranch.......  Peachland, Lot 16, Blk. 1184   Vernon, Barnard Avenue   Armstrong, Railway Avenue   Vernon, Cross Farm   Enderby, Enderby Saw Mill.   Enderby, Enderby Saw Mill   Peachland, Lot 24, Blk. 1184   Vernon, K. Sweet's Farm, Commonage...  Lumby, P. Ellison's Ranch   Salmon Arm, Burrell's Farm   Enderby, S. W. V* Sec. 14, Tp. 19, R. 9.  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Collicutt, Albert John   Colvin,  Robert      Cook,   William   John   Cooper,  Thomas Arnold   Copeland, Robert Andrew....  Corbett,- David    ���������������������������.   Corbett, Colin     Cormack, Gerald Frederick. .  Cosens,  Sidney Cornelius.  Cougdon,   Elbert      Coughlan, Daniel      Covey,  William Archibald....  Cowan, James   Cowan,  Alexander      Cox, Alfred James   Cox.  William  Machell   Craib,  John  Peter   Craig,  William  Rupert   Cranston, Charles     Crawford, Thomas     Crawford, Robert   Crawford, JL William, Sr   Crawford, William      Crawford,  John  Henry   Creech, Norrie Alfred   Croskell, John William   Croskell, William "George   Crouse,  Edwin      Crowe,- John Seldon ���������������������������   Cruikshank, George   Cry,  William ���������������������������.".-.���������������������������  Cudmore, Enos  .... v-   Cummings, John ..'.��������������������������� "."  Cummings, John  . .. .'   Cuneen, William   . . .'   Vernon, Judge Spinks' House  Salmon Arm, S. W. V_ Sec. 17, Tp. 20, H. 10,  W.   Gth   M   Ewing's Landing His Farm, L  Mara,  Cadden's Ranch   Okanagan Landing,  Haw's House   Okanagan Landing, Shori's Point   Vernon,  Coldstream   Street   Vernon, Coldstream Ranch   Vorncn.,   Coldstream  Estate   Lumby,  Mabel  Lake   Salmon Arm, S.  V> of X.    _   of Tp. 20 ,R. 9  W.   Gth   M   Summerland,   Lot   4 55   Vernon,   Vernon   Hotel   Silver Crock, His Farm   Enderby, Part S. E.  Vt  Sec. 13, Tp  Kelowna, Lot 122   Enderby,   Knderby   I lotel   Punticlon,   Webster's   .Mill   Sumnierland,   Lot   4 55   Enderby,   Knderby   Hotel   Peachland, Lot 4, Blk. 3, 4 90   Vernon, Victoria Hotel   Vernon,   Seventh   Street   Armstrong,  Raslulalo Farm   Enderby,   Knderby   Hotel   Vernon, Okanagan   Hotel   Vernon, While Valley.-Murray's Ranch  Penticton,   Penticton   Hotel   Vernon, Mara Avenue .,   Armstrong, Ashton's Ranch, Creamery  Kelowna, Lot 12, Blk. 13, Map 462   Salmon   Arm    '   Vernon,  Tronson  Street   Lumby,  Glencaird      Mabel Lake, Sugar Lake   Lumby, Sadler's Farm, Mabel Lake   Enderby, Deep Creek, N.  3_  S. E.  V*  Sec  Armstrong, Chambers' Farm   Salmon Arm    -   Okanagan Landing, Pt. Sec. 31 and 14, Tp  Xahun,  Lot J 292 .-   Vernon,  Victoria  Hotel........'.'..   Jackman, Cherry Creek Mine   Armstron,  Christian's  Ranch....'   Lumby, Quesnel's Ranch   Vernon,  Vernon  Hotel '.   Okanagan Landing, Aberdeen Boat   Enderby,   Cliff  Street   Rutland, Lot 11, Map 4 25   Penticton, Lot 11, Smith Street  Labourer  Farmer      Farmer      Engine Wiper  Boat Builder . .  Farmer      Merchant  Farm Hand   . . ,  Labourer      School Teacher  Rr  13  Farmer   ... .  Clergyman   .  Labourer   ...  Rancher   .. .  Farmer   . . . .  Labourer  . ..  Miller      Foreman   . . .  Labourer   ...  Logger   ....  Boat  Builder  Labourer   . . .  -Mariner  Farmer   . . . .  Hotel   Clerk.  Farmer   . . . .  Farmer   ... .  Hotel Keeper  Labourer   ...  Farmer   ... .  Clerk      Labourer   ...  Carpenter .. .  Rancher  Rancher  Farmer   ....  Rancher  Farmer   ....  Farmer   . . . .  Farmer   .. . .  Farmer   ....  Carpenter .. .  Miner      Farmer-. . . .  Farmer ....  Labourer . ..  Fireman  Barber     Rancher  Lather      Peachland,  Peachland  Hotel ' Carpenter  816  S17  S18  S19  S23  S24  825  S26  S27  831  S34  S36  841  S45  S4C  S47  S48  851  S55  860  S6  S63  864  S69  S70  S74  S79  SS0  SSI  SS6  SS9  S90  =-894-  1 901  904  913  917  91S  923  927  929  931  934  944  950  951  - 953  955  959  900  961  9 65  966  9G7  971  972  973  974  977  978  9 95  996  997  1000  1002  1003  1006  1009  1011  1.012  1013  101.4  1017  101.9  1020  1022  1024  1025  1027  1032  1.033  1036  1041  1049  1051  1053  1060  1064  1060  Curran, William Henry.  Curnow, Charles Edwin-  Currie, James Hasty....  Currie, Samuel H:..'. .  West  Curtis,  Curtis,  Curtis,-  Curtis,  Curtis,  Austen.  Robert     Elias  . .  John  Hamilton.......  Charles     Harry    '   Cushman, William Henry   Dacei-s,  Ranulf Harry   Dagg, James Clifton.'   Dale, Alexander, Jr   Dalgliesh,   Alex.   Warrington..  Dalrymple,- Robert William. . .  Daly, John    ."   Daniels, Joseph Ira..-   Darcy,  James      Dasnieres; Rene     Davidson,  James Alexander. . ,  Davidson,  William Alexander..  Davies,- John      Davies, 'James    -..."   Davis, Ephriam James   Davis, Ernest     Davey, Edward  Day,   George   Walte  Day, Ephriam Arthur...  Day, George      Deaver, George Milligan.  DeBeck,   Howard  Ludlow  Deeley,  Daniel '   detail tou r-j=Porclval-John���������������������������Dock  Dennison, Fred      Denniston, James, Sr   Desmantels, Arthur ���������������������������   Desrochero, Alphonse     DeTremenden, Auguste   ....  Dickson, George James   Didillion,   Louis      Dilley, William Henry   Dillion,  Bishop  Percy   Dilworth,  William  John, . . .  Doherty, George Henry   Dolscn,  George  Parker   Dom, Williams      Donaldson, -Richard Kennedy  Donnely, Samuel      Dorval, Rev. Father Dom G.  Douglas,  John      Douglas, William      Downton, John     Doyle,  Owen  Joseph   Doyle, George    Draper,  Richard      Dregar, August   Drcglr,   Edward      Drew,  Thomas      DrifTcn,   William  Pitt   Driggs, Aseal   Duncan, James      Dundas, Thomas George. . ..  Dundas, Frank Leslie   Dunham,   Thomas  F   Dunlop,   John   William   Dunn,   David   Andrew   Dunning, Rowland      Dunsmore, Joseph Monteith.  Duteau, Narcisse   Duteau, Alexander ... .'.. . ..  Dutton, Joseph   Duval, Archie Arthur......  Dwyer,  Leo Augustine.....  Eagle,  Edward  Arthur   Eakins,  Herbert   Eamo, Laban   ;..'..  Easto, Walter Warson.'.....  Eastwood, James Herbert. ...'  Ecclestone, Arthur Roslna. ���������������������������  Edmonds, John Stock......  Edwards, William     Edwards, Frank    Eite, William  Mitchell   Ellis, Henry Albert   Ellis, William James   Ellison, Xoel     Ely, W. R   Emeny, Peter   -.  Empey, James Albert......  1070[Endersby, William Edward. .  1071 Endersby,  Henry   Vernon,  Shuswap Avenue  Armstrong,  Railway Avenue   Kelowna,   Blackwood's  House".'...'...  Kelowna, Clement's Farm   Okanagan Mission, Whelan's Ranch/.  Vernon,   Vernon  Hotel   Armstrong, Swanson Road   Armstrong,  1  Mile West   Armstrong, Swanson Road   Summerland, Lot 427   Peachland,  Peachland  Hotel   Rutland, Lot 43, Map 426   Kelowna,' Lot" 10, Blk.  64.....'..:.. .,  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel (. ..  Okanagan Landing, Str. Aberdeen...  Kelowna,  Bredalbane Ranch. . ..v.. .  Salmon Arm,' N. E. Vt 20, Tp. 20, R. 9,  Okanagan, O'Keefe's     Enderby,   George  St   Kelowna, Lot 57   Kelowna, Lot 57 '. ,  Vernon, Coldstream   Hotel  . ..-,  Creighton Valley,  Hutchinson's Farm.  Vernon, Vance Street <   Rutland,-Lot 33 .Map 264". ..."..'.   Vernon,  Pino Street   Vernon, Greenhow's Ranch, Larkin...  Okanagan Mission, Crawford's Farm..  Okanagan Mission, Sec. 29, Tp. 20.....  Okanagan Mission, Crawford's Farm..  Armstrong,  Knob  Hill   Armstrong, Creamery Road. .."..'...,.  Vernon, Victoria Hotel. '   Vernon, Okanagan  Hotel. ....,.-   Vernon, Greenhow's Ranch, Larkin...  Kelowna, Lake View  Hotel   Kelowna, K. L. O. Ranch   Okanagan .Ldg., 'Str.".Aberdeen.-;. /. ..  Summerland, Lot 455 f.   Enderby, Cliff St., Lot 18, Blk. 6:-. ..'.  Vernon, Okanagan. Ho'tel ,..:..  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.  ]/4 Sec. 19, Tp. 20,  6th   M   Armstrong, Curtis', Farm, Kamloops Road  Penticton, Main Street   Penticton, Lot ], Blk. 18a   Armstrong,   Kamloops   Road ���������������������������   Okanagan Ldg., Curtis' Farm. . .���������������������������   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel   Vernon,  Mission  Road   Enderby,  Barnes Addition   Enderby,  Dales'  Farm.. ..'. '   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Silver Creek, S. W.  Vi  Sec. 7, Tp: 19, R. 10  Vernon;  Vernon  Hotel '   Armstrong, Patterson Avenue   Summerland, Hotel Summerland   Kelowna, W. side Ok. Lake. . . ���������������������������   V.rnon, Okanagan  Hotel   Kelowna,- Westbank,  Lot 2601   Jackman,  Cherry Creek   Penticton,  Main  St   Okanagan Ldg., S. S. York '.   Rutland, Lot 6, Map 245. .-    Vernon, Lot 35 J .  Coldstream   Okanagan, Day's Farm, W. side Ok. Lake.  Okanagan Mission, Lequime Ranch   Enderby, King Edward Hotel   Vernon, Mara Avenue   Penticton, Lot 3, Subd. L. 267   Vernon,  T.   Wood's  Farm   -Vernon ,=-Coldstream^=Estatc.._._._. .___._._-.____.  Summerland, Summerland Syndicate   Penticton,   Ellis  St ���������������������������   Vernon, Railway Avenue   Kelowna,   Royal   Hotel   Okanagan Mission, DeTremendcn's Farm..  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Lumby, Ram's Horn Hotel   Okanagan Centre, Lot 6, B  Vernon,   Rainbow   Ranch...  Rutland, Lot 62, Blk.  143. .  Summerland,  Blk. 254 3, Lot  Kelowna, Lots 19 and 20   Vernon,  Okanagan   Hotel   Vernon,.Carlvino Ranch, B. X   Vernon, Barnard Avenue-   Vernon,  Lot 2,   Blk.  4 2. .'   Enderby,  Enderby   Hotel   Peachland, Lot 9, Blk. 4S2   Kelowna, Lake View Hotel   Mara, Rothesay Lumber Co   Jackman,  Monashee      Okanagan Mission, Sniithson Estate  Rutland,   Lot   50   Vernon, Coldstream St   Hullcar, Platten'fi Farm   Kelowna,  South   Kelowna   Hotel   and 22   Caesar's   Dundas' Ranch. ..  , Blk. 221   Real Est. Agent.  Blacksmith  Agent      Agent   Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Farmer'   Farmer      Carpenter'-   Labourer      Rancher    Rancher  ........  Carpenter    Labourer      Labourer    Rancher    Farmer      Labourer      Mill'Hand      Farmer' . ..'. ...  Rancher  .......  Rancher     Farmer      Carpenter   Rancher     Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Engineer   .".'.'...  Labourer    ,  Labourer   ,  Engineer      Labourer, .......  Labourer '.'. .-.'..,  Farmer '' \ ,  Real.Est. Agent:,  Plane'rman      Stonemason  Labourer-...:...  Farmer   Miller      Farmer      Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Disi.  Left Disi.  Left Dist.  Left Dis,:.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left List.  Left Disi.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Disi.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Disi.  Loft Dist..  Left Disi.  Left Disi.  Lefl Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Disi,  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'.  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.  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.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left D.st.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  On twice  On twice  Left Dist.  Left=Dist.-=  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  I_ft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left DI .,  Vernon, Vernon  Rutland, Lots 7  Okanagan Ldg.,  Westbank, C. P.  Peachland, Lot i  Hotel   McLean's  Cam)).  Kelowna, Palace  Penticton, W, A.  Summerland      Vernon, Pine Street   Vernon, R. Swift's Farm   Lumby, J. B. Dcschamp's Farm.  Vernon,  Coldstream   Estate....  Penticton,  Penticton  Hotel,  Summerland,  the Barber Shop.  Summerland, Lot 4, Blk. 4 5, L.  Okanagan Ldg., S. S. York   Vernon, Dewdney Street   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Enderby, fiarnott'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. 15.  Vi  Sec. 8, Tp. 20   Vernon,   Mara  Avenue   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Summerland, Lot -ISO, Blk. 5   Armstrong, A. J. McDonald's Farm  Armstrong,  Rosedale Addition   Vernon,   Lloyd's  Ranch   Naramata, Lots 17-20, Blk. 67, L.J210.'  Fruit Grower  Farmer ....  Labourer . . .  Rancher ....  Carpenter ...  ft. C. Priest.  Labourer . . .  ftancher ....  Butcher ....  Foreman   ...  .Miner      Labourer  Farmer      Labourer   ....  Farmer      Fanner    Left,  Bar Tender Left.  Farmer    j Left  Farmer    I Left  IT _ft Dist.  'Loft Dist.  .Left Dist.  Left Hi .t.  I 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.  Labourer      Labourer     Carpenter   Labourer     Labourer     Rancher     Farmer      Labourer     Labourer     Cook      Barber     Baker      Deck  Hand   ....  Farmer      Waiter      .Millman      Farmer      Carpenter    Section   J .reman,  Labourer     Farmer      Labourer     Machinist      Agent     Fruit Grower . . .  Farmer   ........  Sawmiller   ......  Rancher    Labourer  .......  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Dist,  Dist.  Left  J Left  ,'Lcfl  /Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Lefl. 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.  Left Dist.  [(Continued.) SUPPLEMENT TO THE EXDERI5V PRESS "AND WALTER'S WEEKLV.  Thursday, April II, 1910.  OKA.VAGAX ELECTORAL DISTRICT���������������������������'Continued.  No.  1072  1075  107 6  1077  107S  1.S0  10S3  10S'4  10S9  1093  1094  1097  109S  11 OS  1109  11.11  .1112  1117  XAME  Residence  Profession  Objection  England, Ernest     English,  Robert      English,  William  Charles..  Ensor, Charles Thomas.. ..  Enouy, Frederick     Esson,-(Alexander     Etter, Eugene   Eiter, Mark Morale.   Evans,   Frederick      Evans,   Percy .17.   Evans,   Frederick   William.  Evans,  William George. . . .  Evans.   Lucins,   Philo... ...  Fagg, Frank Charles......  Fail-brother,   Horace Cecil.  Falconer .Oswald  . . 7   Falconer, Oswald      Faulkner,   Edwin  Gibbs.  Lot  Map 4 25.  45,  20.  111 9 J Fa u 1 k n e r, A n d re w A m os.  1120|Faulkner, James  Forman.  112'2������������������Fa\-ell. "Wilfred    . .   1130]Fenner, Lawrence Austen.  1131|Fcnton,   David  Alexander.  1.1 34jFenwick,   Joseph      1 1 35|Ferguson,  Frederick   .'...���������������������������.  11.4 0)Ferguson,: John   Henry. . .  Hotel.  Ranch.  ., Lot -155,  11.42  11-  1150  1151  1.153  1154  115 S  1160  1162  1163  1166  1.169  1174  1176  .USO  11.81.  1132  IIS 6  11S7  Fernie. John  Fessant,   Alwyn      Filler, Alfred  . . . . .   Finch, Albert Edward.  Finlay, Leslie William. .'. ,  Finlay, William Raymond.  Finlayson. William Angus.  Finley, William Burton. . .  Finucane, George Edward.  Fisher, James Boyd..'!....  Fitzgerald, Gerald Lucius. .  Fleming, Edward  .   Fleming, William  Henry.. .  Fleming.- Herbert Lome.  Fletcher,  Harold   . ... ... .  Fletcher,  Thomas William.  Fletcher, Thomas   Folkhard, William .......  Folkard,   Fred' . .........  119 0 Forbes,  Alfred Diincan.  1192 Ford,  George   1196 Ford, Guv William Justice.  1207 Foster .Frederick  1209 Foulds, Alfred  1210 Foulis,   Robert  .1211 Fowler,  Ali:red  1213 Fowler, James Wesley.  .1215. Fox,. Frank  121.9 Fox, Joseph Sanger.  1220 Fox, Frederick Earl.  1222 Foy, Michael  122G Frank, Jacob Otto.  1227 Franklin,  Jacob  1232[Fraser, John  12341 Fraser,. William  Rutland  Enderby, Stanley Street.  Vernon, Lots 3 and  I, Blk.  Ovama, The Railroad. ....  Salmon Arm, S. W.  V_  Sec  Vernon,  Mid mar. Ranch. ....  Enderby, Cliff St ".   Vernon, North  Street   Vernon, -Seventh   Street   Penticton, Smith Street;....  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel. .  Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel  Penticton. Rigsby Street....  'Peachland, Lot 1, Blk. 3, 490  Hilton, Pre-emption 5203. . .  'Vernon". Coldstream Hotel...  Armstrong, Armstrong Motel.  Vernon, B. X.  Ranch   Enderby, Vernon Road......  Suniiiierland'. Lot 3 I 9 1. .....  Penticton,   Martin   Street.  Summerland, Lot 1-4, 13"  Armstrong, Annstrpn.  Vernon,  Coldstream  I Enderby (  Roger's Boarding House.  K'ernon,  Coldstream   Ranch.... ...  lArmstrong,  Bolt's   Houso. . .   jSunimerland. Lot 4SS, Blk. 12.:...  i Vernon, Tronson  Street. .   Hilton. His Pre-emption   Penticton,  Lot  53 .   Penticton .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������  Kelowna,  Palace Hotel.   Vernon, Barnard Avenue. ........  Vernon,  Coldstream   Estate. ......  Kelowna, Fisher's Farm ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Okanagan Centre, Rainbow Ranch.  Armstrong. Armstrong' Hotel.....  Okanagan Mission, Lot 29 .;.���������������������������":.. . ��������������������������� .  Kelowna,  Mission  Road......   Armstrong, Fletcher's  Farm. . ....  Armstrong. 1. Mile West. .:,. .....  Armstrong. Patterson Avenue  Enderby, Mara  Enderby,X  W.fitll M.. . ... . .....������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������'��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Enderby, Armstrong Road. ....  Vernon, Greenhow's Ranch,: Larkin.  Fuller Street  Tp'.'20,'R.'i)  Road.  E.   Vt   Sec.  IS.'tp.   19,   R.   S  Lake.  Richard  Joseph   ..........  John ���������������������������  Harlod   Cttth-  Lewis.  ���������������������������Lewis.:  H.  Fraser, William  Farquhar  Fraser, Leon Bruce. ......  Fraser, Alexander Melvin.  Eraser, Donald  .". .......  Fra .er,  William   Jacob.  Frei, William  Joseph... .  Fritz,  Silver ,.,......,.. .  Frost,  John   .......... ���������������������������  Fuller';-:';Lorenzo"Murray..  Gage,  Arthur Ewart. ....  Gagen,   Richard   . :".'���������������������������'.-'. ..���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Galbraith,     Richard     William  Stavely  Gallagher,  Gammon,  . bert'.'";'.7. . .....' ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������;��������������������������� ���������������������������'"���������������������������  Gardiner, Stewart; .7 ....  Garnett, Edmund  ..........  Garnett/ George Franklin. ...:.  Gellet, George William....;.  Gelsthorpe, Bernard  ....... ..'  George, Philip James Wynne.  George. William"-:''.'.". '."���������������������������:.'-. ��������������������������� .;���������������������������:���������������������������  George,Milton :  Gerrard, ^Robert  Gerrard,: Robert  Gibb; Jabez 7: ....  Gibbersoi),;;Cbipmaii  Gibson,:. 'Augustus, ,7:V. 7.7 ���������������������������  Gibson,''Joseph 7:7.-'.:-;... '���������������������������;.  Giliai._Johh.: William::...".:.  Gi 1 , i W il iii. n-RaymoiidV7.  Gillard, Frederick Joseph.....  G i 11 a rd. .'J o li'h"���������������������������'��������������������������� Hen ry. .;. ���������������������������...:  G i 1 more, -Pan 1:7 .;:.7.7..7;;;.;;.  Gilsoiiie.-Antliony 7'-... .;.;;.".  Girvin.l.ichard .-'.-".:..... .  GTadwi'ii.i'TGilbert Mlarrisoii,  G1 enhie,-. Ha.'rry A1 exander  Goddard,   James: Whitfield.  Goddard/' 13 d ward '.'"Arthur".*:.  Godfrey," Richard  Ernest. 7  Godson,   ArthUr. ���������������������������'..'. ....7v '.'������������������������������������������������������.'  Godwin, James  ....... 77.  13S4iGoligiitly, William Henry. .  ���������������������������1.3S5 Goligbtly, -William Henry. .  ���������������������������13 S 6 Goniin, John 7:7. .���������������������������:..  Good,   Robert Wiley. ....'. .  Goodall, John Eiriei-soii.. ;.  Goodman,   Cyril '���������������������������';.... .".'."..:  Goold 7������������������������������������������������������'Frederick Charles  Gordon, Robert George.  Henry  James  James 7. V7  John   ... .7.7  Henry William  Archibald  1235  123S  1239  124 0  124 4  1.25.1  1.259  1.260  1203  .1273  1274  127S  1279  12S4  1291  1293  '12 9 7  1318  1.31.9  1321  1322  1323  7.325  71326  13 2 S  1330  "1334  1.337  ������������������134 2  ii-343  1344  il. _ -15  1353  1.354  .1.3 5 G  1.357  "1365  71.300  137 0  :i373  1374  137 7  Valuiii; MaeXair's Farm.  Penticton, East Side Ok.  Enderby, Knight Street... ....,....������������������������������������������������������:  Xahun, Pre-emption  49 i 6. .-. .. .... ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������..������������������������������������������������������  Armstrong; His Farm," Vernon:Road..-,  Ewing's Landing, Short's Point. ... . .  Okanagan  Ldg., "Si  S. Aberdeen..... .  Vernon, Barnard Avenue. . .. .;. ��������������������������� :��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Vernon, Lake Drive Avenue. .'.".. .. .  Vernon, Okanagan   Hotel... . .-������������������������������������������������������... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Vernon, Okanagan Ldg. Road.. .... ���������������������������  Enderby. Enderby Saw Mill.- . ...... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Okanagan Mission, P. Ellison's Farm.  Enderby, Cliff  Street. ... . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������, ��������������������������� ���������������������������:��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Armstrong, Wood, Cargill Blk.   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue...... .-.;��������������������������� ���������������������������  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue:.. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Mabel-Lake, Sugar Lake....,...  Enderby,: One Mile West..  Okanagan Mission,  Okanagan Mission,  Vernon.  Seventh  Street.  Okanagaii Ldg.,;Str.  Kelowna, K. L. O.  Sec. 5,Tp: 26..:.  Benvoulin Hotel.  Aberdeen.  Bench, Lot ,61.  Vernon,  Jackman,  Mission ;Road: .:.���������������������������;���������������������������;  Cherry "'Creek'Mine.  . 1.3S7  13 SS  1.3S9  1393  1.397  139S  ; 1.400  1.4 0 I  14 02  1.4 1.0  . 1 411  71.4 1 4  1 .17.  14 2 S  1433  1134  14 3 5  14 3 7  . I 4 4 I  14 4 7  14 5 2  Gordon,  Gordon,  Gordon,  Gordon,  Gougli,  Gould;;  Laing.  Harold,  Goii'rley,."JiimesM itrray:: ..".;  Gr;tlia m; :David  .McGregor'.���������������������������'"'. .  Grant, Adam ".'-.���������������������������.-.'���������������������������". ...'.':".".' ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Gi-assie,   Wi 111a m'"'":". v;.;.."���������������������������:..: .:.:  Gray;   Edward  George. ...  Gray, ".Thomas.Cook. .......  Gray,  Samuel   . . .. .... .. . .  Gray. George   . .: ...'. .;���������������������������   Green,   Thomas   A . .'. ���������������������������  -Greenfield,   William  John...  l^.lf(_   _e n i uT7=.V.rdTe^\'=:'. .'.:'. ��������������������������� -r=s=  l4'55JGronwo'od,- Arthur   . .   1457[Greenwood,   Hubert.  Francis,  lliilifir oi nail. C'lCorgo   .'.'... .....  1 KlljGroive,   Alexander  McDonald  1 -IGGiGrifUn,, John   Henry. . ......  l-MiSiGriillth,   Henry   . .  .  1 IlilMtiriines, Elmer Lorenzo. . . . .  14 7 2-Groose.   Arthur   Guyon ..'.'...'.  I ���������������������������173[Gro.sdiile. James  W. . . . .-.".'. .  IITGCriiniint'tt,   Richard:'-'........  ���������������������������-l4 7 7lGniyf.lie,- Joseph   Louis. .........  1 ISOjGuest. Alfred  James, Jr. . . . .  14:<i.'tlGurii .y,   Arthur   Gerard.   -'14 S3 TGll'st7~Ed wi n "J oil IXirT-rrrr-rrr-.  I ISSilladilow,   Reginald-'... ... ... . .  I llihllagan, James     I r.f-'Mlaiiii.'.s.   Edward      149t;Hair, Thomas   1 I !i 7:11a I re,  Oscar  W  1 IHSllalrlin, Joseph  Penticton,. Smith  Street. .".;. ........������������������������������������������������������; ��������������������������� ���������������������������.-  Summerlaiul   . ���������������������������'���������������������������. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������7 ��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������.���������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������'��������������������������� -7'  Silver Creek, Garnett's Farm   .. ...... . ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Naramata,"Lots::14 and 15,.2.1.0. ...;.:... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Armstrong, .Greenhow's Ranch;. .... ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Okanagan Ldg., S.-S. Aberdeen..... ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel.. .............  Penticton. Lot IS, Old,Town: ...:.:..;.....  Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel..:.-.......;.....r:-.v.-.,r.  Kelowna, near Bear Creek......��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Kelowna," Palacellotel. :.;. ��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������;������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������;���������������������������:��������������������������� ���������������������������  Kelowna,^.: Bei-nard :Ave.7;..;.;.-..;............ ���������������������������  Enderby.���������������������������:.';���������������������������..:"7;.;.:::':':".':,:���������������������������'���������������������������,���������������������������.���������������������������';.:;������������������������������������������������������,-���������������������������:���������������������������:���������������������������.7-:--;-!v  Vernon.;: Coldstream  Hotel ..$_:-..���������������������������; _._���������������������������:;���������������������������::  Enderby,:SicamousSt77 ....:.7-.���������������������������;������������������������������������������������������;���������������������������:���������������������������:::���������������������������:���������������������������  Nairnn,VLotl6,.;Subd.7.2549. ..;���������������������������:.:��������������������������� -7- ��������������������������� .-:-:V.  Enderby,"KnightH;Strect7:j.7.:.'7_.:;>. .v:v._;;:,:v.,  Veriioiu.Gillard'siRancli.iRailrpad. ,;..���������������������������:������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������;  Salmon Arm. Siiniiyside:-Ranch..:V;.r. .v.. ������������������������������������������������������;  Okanagan :L(lg:1.:str.yAberdeen;.7^v;V-;-77  Armstrong,���������������������������i.Gro'enli.pw.,s.-:...Ranch,  Larkin..:.  Enderby,  Enderby.  Hotel. .:.... ..;....��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������ -.  Edgewood,7Fire7Valley.:. ���������������������������:..���������������������������:���������������������������; r ���������������������������:������������������������������������������������������--������������������������������������������������������;:.-  StimmerlaiitirLots71.-2,: Blk:.44a.,;Lot-luo..  Vernon,  Coldstream- Ranch. . . :v..;,..;.....  Enderby,''.E11 derby  Hotel.7;:tv n;.���������������������������;yv.^���������������������������^���������������������������;  Jackman, Cherry Creek llinev. .,;... ..���������������������������/���������������������������  Vernon,-'-Vernon ..Hotel: ...,.,:.... ���������������������������..���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.  Vernon," Baniard:"Aveiiuo7..r.i..:.^. ���������������������������.;.:..:  Enderby, Salmon Arm Road:;. ..... .... .-,-.,  Enderby, SitlmonA.rm Road. .......... ���������������������������  Vernon.Seventli ..Street.:... ........ v-. ���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������,���������������������������.:  Vernoii, Barnard  Ave. ."..'. ��������������������������� ..������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������:��������������������������� ���������������������������  Enderby, King Edward .1-1  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   .... . .7  Rancher  ..-..'  Liveryman  Farmer  7. ... ..  Rancher  .. . ..:. .  Farmer   .... ....  Produce  Shipper.  Labourer   .... .-..  Farmer ..'. .���������������������������;. .  Farmer   . . . .'...'.  Mill Hand   .... .  Farmer   .:: ��������������������������� .  Trapper   .... '.7'.  Rancher  ..... :;  Labourer'".' .'���������������������������".'���������������������������'.".' ���������������������������  Far me r..........-.'.  Farmer   .7 7>.;>  Farmer   .... . ���������������������������_. ..  Fireman   . . .:. . ..  Stenographer   . .  Merchant   . . .-. ���������������������������  .\riner   . . . ......  Marble Cutter  Labourer  ......;-.  Labourer   ......  Printer  .. 7 ...'.'.  Dentist  ........  Contractor  :..:.���������������������������;  Contractor  '...;.  Contractor: .... ���������������������������  Rancher   .......  Plumber   ;....-..:  Farmer   ........  Labourer  ... ."��������������������������� ���������������������������  Clerk   . ..:...:.  Steward   . ��������������������������� ���������������������������:��������������������������� ���������������������������  Farmer....... .:���������������������������  otel:  otel..  14 A.  .a'n'ch.. . .'������������������������������������������������������  Sec. 132. Tp. 29,  4 55.  3S75  lll.T  llalmiod. Richard  Hall.  Edgar  Willi  Hamilton,   Linus  Haiiunersley, Guy  1 51 ti Hampton,   Robert  . I .".no  I ..11.V  1:, I I  15 1."..  Henry... ..  inn   Biiseoiiib. . ,  l-'red'-rli-k..  Herbert.  Ilia in   Unst ricks., .  l520:H:itui,   Robert   Wi  I.V_LHanson,   William  |."i_ii:ilanlmnn,  Harold      1 527:llnnlio, Charles   I53H Hardy, Thomas   ���������������������������153 1111ardy.  Archie      I 535'llarragan, John lliircourt. .  I53'iillarrlngti)ii. Chnrk'.. Henry  1 537i|Iarrls, Gordon Alanson...  I 5,'ililllarrls,  Percy Edwin   Alfred  Fryer Hyde. .  Jackson      John Henry Whitfield  Charles   Thomas      John Frederick.  Arthur   Ellis   Ames-  -*_  15 4.":i Harrison,  15 14'Harrison,  1 5 l.'iMlnn-ison,  I 547! Harrison,  I 5 ISjIlarrison,  1 519'l!iiiTisnn,  1 552:liarrlson,  bury      1 55-S.Ilartwig,  Auguste      1 564;Harvey, James      1571 lllastings,  Harold      I572|llatch, Sidney William. .  I 579Ilaiif.il,   William   George.  ir_ii:||,'ivill.  Henry     15X1 Iliawartli, James Daniel..  I5S3 Hawkes.   William      I5.xrilnwl.lns, John      1 5.S5:|lawl(lnsl  Henry     15,X,S;Ha\vtliorno, George ....  1539 llnyclon, Ashlev Seyinoui  1590 lla.vden.   Ashley      Enderby- King Ed ward  Kelowiia : ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� .7. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� . ���������������������������  Kelowna, Bernard Ave.  Vernon, Coldstream Subd.  Kelowna,  Lot 4 85. Blk; 12.  Vernon,   Long  Lake. . . V:. ..  'eachland, Boarding House.  Penticton...Martin   Street  Mabel  Lake,   Procter's  Kelowiia, S. W.  Vt  A r m st ro n gv i' 1 e'aa'a" n t '."��������������������������� Va 11 ey.".  Lumby, Lumby Saw.MTll. .. .  Vernon. ���������������������������Victoria  llotel. .:. .  Enderbv.   Enderby   Hotel....  Armstrong.., Patterson Avenue  Armstrong,  Oeen .Creek-. . .  Siimmerhind, Lot 3, Blk. 16, 1  Vernon, Coldstream   llotel.   Vernon, Coldstream   Hotel.7 .......  limivl .^mitlf^fr_TiiiTf^l-iH)el=l^kc.  Hullcar,   Deep  Crook. . . ... . . .������������������������������������������������������'.  Okanagan Centre.  Rainbow. . . . ... .  Vernon,   Vernon   Hotel   . . . ���������������������������'. .......  Summerland,  Lot  4 7 6.".   Vernon,   Seventh' Street.   Kelowna,  Cloverdale,   Lot   15......  Okanagan Landing,'!'. _I\ R. . . .  Okanagan  Landing.  Pre-emption  Vernon,  Coldstream   Ranch....  Benvoulin, Okanagan Mission,-.  Okanagaii .Mission, Okanagan. .  Vernon.  Barnard  Ave.........  Vernon, Coldstream   llotel   I. e 10 w ha," La kcr: V Icvv-^l lot 01 t-.-tt  Lumby   .('oldstreani   Estate.. ,.  Vernon,   Mara   Avenue.   Vernon,  Coldstream   Ranch. . ..  Kelowna,  17 Coiikling's Ranch.  Kelowna, Lake Front.  Ariiislrong,   Arnistrong  Vernon.   Mission   Road   Kelowna,   Pernio, i   St   Okanagan  Landing. Sprout's  Penticion,  Ellis Uaiicli. ....  Okanagan  Ldg., 'Hampton's  Wlilteinan's ('n.-ek   . . ...  Vernon,  Langill Street. . . .  Vernon, W. Side Ok. Lake.  Kelowna, The.  Pines, . . . .  Rutland, Lots   IS-19,  Map  Armstrong, Lot. 2, Blk.  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William Verney '.',  Charles  . ..---.'. ..'   George   Milliard,   Wilmot   Brock. . .. ,  Millier. Edward  .    Hinton,  Charles   . . .-..-   Hitchcock,   Herbert   ........  Hodgson, John  Whittan.. .. .  Hodson, John   ... .. ........  Hody,  Reginald   ...........  Holtby,  William  Thomas.. . . .  Holtby, George  ............  Ilolton,   Walter Allan   Homley,  William   Moneysott,   Robert   .........  Honsberger, Jasmin  D. .... .  Hoover, Charles Daniel.7 ... .  Hoover, George Nelson...-.,..  Hopgood,   Charles   llaiibtiry...  Horn, George   .............  Hosier,   Alfred  7. .-...:. .7 .���������������������������'.  Motile," Ernest: .;.:.:;..:. .:;  H6user, Charles Ernest. . ..'. .  ow,  Walter Henry.. ....  Howard,'. Marshall'....;.'. ���������������������������-���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Howe,  Walter.. ."....'. ... ... ..  lowe, .Charles Fox..;..:.......  .iowie, James  .... .���������������������������'". . . . .'.  Howie, George Alexander. ...  .-toy;  Alexander 7;7.7 7... .''.'���������������������������'.'  Hubber. Charles Edwin.... . .  luddlestone,  Cecil .Tervoise.'������������������������������������������������������'.  Armstrong,  Poole's Farm. .   Enderby, N. E. % Sec. 28, Tp. 12, Range S. .  Okanagan Mission, Haynes' Favm, Benvoulir'  Vernon, Maple Street   Okanagan Mission, Healy's Farm   Armstrong, Heachcote's Farm .   Vernon, Railway Avenue  . . .  Hullcar, Deep  Creek   Vernon, Victoria Hotel   Penticton,   Ellis 7   Armstrong,   Okanagaii   House.   Vernon, Greenhow's Ranch   Kelowna,  Pendozi  Street   Vernon,   Victoria   Hotel   Kelowna, Soc. 22, Tp. 2G, Okanagan Mission  Vernon,   Long   Lake ;  Okanagan Mission, Sec. 1.2, Tp. 2G. .  Suninierland, Block 61, Lot 455. . . ,  Salmon Arm, Canoe Creek   Armstrong,   Railway Avenue   Armstrong, Okanagan Street   Armstrong,  Main Street.....   Armstrong.  Brightlea Ranch   Vernon,  Maple Street. . .   Okanagan  Ldg., Thompson's Ldg. . .  Penticton.  Webster's Mill   Vernon, Seventh  St. .......... . ..  Vernon,  Coldstream   Ranch   Enderby, King Edward  llotel.. .. . .  Enderby, King Edward  Hotel   Enderby, Saw Mill Boarding House.  Enderby,  Enderby   llotel r.  Sumniorland,   Lot 50S   Armstrong.  Railway Avenue.7..'."..  Armstrong,  Railway Avenue. .... . .  Vernon,   Seventh   Street.   Sec.  Tp. 20, Range  Centre Hotel.   Avenue.... .... ...  Avenue.   174S Huffman, William George..  17 50  1756  1'  17 70  1771  1774  1.77G  1.7S  17S4  17S-5  1.794  1795  IS 05  MS 1,6  ISIS  MS 1.9  1S20  1S22  1S26  IS 2 9  1S30  I S36  1.39  1S40  1.S41  '1844  1S45  1S52  M.S54  .185.7  1S59  1.S61  MS 63  1S04  MS69  18.71  1.S75  1S77  MS7S  IS'Sl  IS S3  1.SS6  1SS9  1S90  IS. 3  IS 9 4  ���������������������������MS 95  1S9 6  1S97  1900  1907  .1.910  191.5  1 9 I 6  .1920  1922  1.923  .192 6  1.927  1930  1932  1934  193S  194 3  1944  1 9 4 5  1,94 7  1954  1955  195 6  105S  19G0  Frederick.  Edward. ..  James. .  Belton.  Hughes, Ernest Gordon  Humphrey,  Scott   .... . ..  Hunfjord, John J. ... .'���������������������������  Huntley, Albert E.7 . .".  Huntley,   Benjamin   ...  Hurren,. James  W.;. . .;.  Hurtley, John Henry. _.  l-luth, "'Harold'  Mutton,, George  Mutton,  Ernest  Immil, .John';.;. .  Inch, George  ..  Irvine,  William  Jacques,  James  James, Charles Francis.'..'.'. . .  James, Henry Benson. ... ... .  James,'William Nisbett Gordoi  James, /Albert .Leonard.. ... .  Jameson;'Nathaniel: ........  Jarnian: Arthur: Herashia.... .  Jellard,   GordonsGeddes:  Johnson, William James. . .'_'..���������������������������'  Johnson,  John ,. ......... . .  Johnson,  George Alexander..  Johnson,  Fred   . . . ��������������������������� ... . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� -;  Johnson, William James. ...;  Johnson, lames "Foulds:....;.   .;  Johnson,  George Alfred.....  Johnston,' Thomas ;...:;../.  ohnstoii, James William... ...-.-���������������������������;  Johnston,;: Jaines7\Iechin '.: ���������������������������. ���������������������������; :>  Johnston, ;CharlesTNloore..7��������������������������� :���������������������������  Johnston,   William  Lloyd. ...  Johnston,: Albert Edward; ..:.;.  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Harry 7..:. ...... .-���������������������������;���������������������������������������������������������������������������������:���������������������������  Kelso, ^Robert.;.,;..;..7 ...;.;..���������������������������  Kendall, John '.........'". ....;.  Kendrew; William  ;..;.'.. ������������������������������������������������������;; .-".'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������'  Kenhedy,7.:Lorne  ..'.;.... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Kennedy,;Murray ;.;. . ...:.���������������������������'."-.-;. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Kent;-.; Joseph   .7. . ��������������������������� ���������������������������..;���������������������������/���������������������������;.��������������������������� .���������������������������!;;���������������������������.'���������������������������.  Kent, Israel :. . .. ....... .... ."'���������������������������..  Kent,  George .Albert. . . ... ;.  Kerr, John Kennedy...;......". ���������������������������,  Kerr,7Thbmas"Cockburn. ������������������������������������������������������::������������������������������������������������������  Kerr, Jess'-. .7 . ..............  Kershaw,; Joseph 7: ��������������������������� ���������������������������;��������������������������� '���������������������������_;���������������������������' ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� '.'���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������  Keswick,   David   .7; ;7.:. .7-7;.  Kiiicaid, James:. .'-::. ..'.......  Kindon.   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Andrew ���������������������������...   Krempo,   Charles   Krinke, Albert  Robert.,......  Lacey, Harry ��������������������������� . .'.-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Lafrague, Pierre ... ....  Lamont, ��������������������������� Duncan   ... ...... .������������������������������������������������������..;  Land,   Walter   .... .-...-.. .-.  Lansdown,  William   .....'....  Lnpare, Arthur   L!ii>wdrtl.,"-Airrcd71nmesTT;7.-T-;  Law,  Everett   ..............  Law. Henry McArlhur.   Lawes.   Francis  Richard   Lawrence,   Henry  ......  Lawroncc, Joseph  ...........  Lawrence, William J   Lawrence,- Philip   Lawrence, Andrew Henderson..  Law-son, William   . . . .   Leatliloy,  Charles  Herbert. .'���������������������������..  LeBlond,   Bernard  R.. .... ......  Lechnioro,   Herbert Thomas. . .  Leduc,  Thomas    '....'.  Lcduc, Charles Augustus   Leo, Hugh   Lee,  William  Thomas. .   Lcl'evro,  Alphonse      Lefevre.  Archibald  Joseph....  Logge,  Walter  Holden   Leigh. Henry Easton   Leigh, Henry Egerton   Loisliman, John Alexander.,..  Lomond,  Hugh      Lennox, Henry Gordon   Leonard,  Frederick      Leslie, John Edward   Leslie,  Moses      LcQitesne, Frank  Herbert   Loveguc, Augustine   ���������������������������  Levins,  David   Levins. William      Lou-bold, Arthur     Lewis, William      Lewis, Walter  .'   Liddoll, Sidney Albert   Lindsay, Alan  Crawford   Lindsell, Gerald  Charles  Huntingdon       Lister, Septimus   Salmon Arm, S. E.   .  0, W.  6th   M   Okanagan Centre. Ok  Vernon,  13. X.  Ranch  Armstrong,  Patterson  Armstrong,  Patterson  Xahun,  Miller's  Ranch.. .. ..... .'.. . ...;... .  Armstrong,  Railway Avenue. .... .... . ...  Okanagan Centre, Lot 4, Block M-f. ......  Peachland, Lot 10, Block 4 9 0. ... .;.. . . .  Armstrong. -'Okanagan Street. . . ........ .  Okanagan Ldg., S. S. Okanagan   Vernon, Howard's Farm, Long Lake..... .7.  Vernon,  Victoria   llotel. . .'.. . ... . 7.... ... .  Vernon,; Victoria   Hotel. .: ....:,...,. ...'.. .  Vernon,, Pine  Street. ...... . ... ........  Vernon,  Pine  Street. ... ... . .. ���������������������������. ;. .-..:. .-;���������������������������'.  Vernon,. Coldstream   Ranch; '.Vi-.. -'.' ".-���������������������������.....;.  Vernon, ::Fuller Street.... .'.-,. -..7; :-.....-'.-.:.,; ���������������������������:/  Summerland, Lot 455..:. ���������������������������'.;. ��������������������������� .... ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������;���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Kelowna,  Harris: Street.,. ... :���������������������������;'. .7. ....".;.;.  Penticton, B. C.   Hotel. . .... ....... ... ...  Vernon,  Barnard Avenue. ... . .'���������������������������'. . .. ���������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,  Kelowna,  Royal   Hotel. . .............. ���������������������������;���������������������������  Armstrong," Hu'nl ley's "Farm. .... 7. . . :7". ���������������������������  Armstrong,   Huntley's  Farm..... . .-. ��������������������������� .���������������������������.'.';���������������������������  Deep Creel , X. E.  V,  Sec. 8, Tp. 19, R.9. >  Kelowna,  Ethel  Street... . . . . ... ..;; .������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������;���������������������������  Penticton,   Lot 59. '....... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������:��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Vernon,  Victoria Hotel.. .'-. . (. .:. ..  Summerland, Blk.  20, Lot 474 . . . . . . . . . . ;  Kelowna,  Pendozi  Street   Armstrong, Main Street   ivelowna, Palace Hotel   Penticton,Main  Street   Jackman, Cherry Crock   Enderby,  Cliff  Street   Short's Point      Vernon  ,12th  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 Ami, Johnson's Farm. . . -.   Enderby, Lots 1  to S, Blk. 3   Kelowna, Palace Hotel   Vernon,'-Tronson  Street   Summerland,  Lot 9,  4 79   Lumby, Lumby Hotel   Penticton; Ellis Street   Vernon;- Mission . Street ���������������������������  Lumbv, Smith's Lumber Camp. Mabel Lake'.  Penticton, The B. C. Hotel   Kelowna,   Glenn   Avenue   Armstrong.  Wolfenden  Blk   Vernon, Barnard Avenue '   VernonVBarnard  Avenue   Arnistroiig,'Fletcher Avenue   Kelowna; Palace Hotel   Kelowna,  Bankhead   Ranch: ;   Okanaganj Mission,   Pre-emption .'. 7.   Veriion.  Maple Street.'   Enderby, E. Smith's  House   Enderby,7Mill   Street   Vernon,   Victoria   llotel   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Kelowna,  Vernon   Road   Armstrong, Patten's Farm   Lumby, L.Christien's Hotel   Vernony Coldstream  Hotel   Vernon, Mara  Avenue   Armstrong, C. P. R. Oflice   Armstrong',-.C. P. R. Work Car   Xahun, Lot 10, Rcid Ranch   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Kelowna, Water Street   Lumby, Smith's Camp, Mabel Lake   Veruou,   Coldstream  Ranch   Vernou, Coldstream 11 otel   Penticton,  Smith  Street   Penticton,  Smith  Street   Vernon, Langill Street   Kelowiia; Kerr's Ranch   South Okanagan,   Bellview  Hotel   Lumby, Moran's Hotel   Enderby; King Edward  Hotel   Kelowna,   Parkdale      Penticton, ���������������������������Vanhimcr Street   Vernou, Langill  Street   Kelowna;Lot 3, Blk. 53   Enderby,   Cliff  Street   Enderby, Sawmill Boarding House   Vernon,' O'Keefo's Ranch   K.ldwn'atJ-Baiikheatl^Farni--r-.���������������������������-^.-���������������������������=---.-----.-  Keiowna, Barnes Bros.' Ranch   Armstrong, Okanagan Street   Vernon,  Coldstream   Hotel   Salmon Arm, X. W. Vt  Soc. 12, Tp. 20   Kelowna, Cigar Factory   Armstrong,   Bowell's   Farm   Kelowna, Lawrence Avenue   Vernon,   Royal   I lotel   Vernon,   Wellington   Ranch   Lumby,   .Morand's   House   Summerland,-Xaramala. Lot G, Blk. S   Rutland, Lot 3, Map 603   Lumby,'C.Christien's -Ranch... ..... ���������������������������,��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������....  Armstrong,   Rosedale-.-;-.-. .-.-..-.-. .-..-.���������������������������-...-.-  Peachland.   Lot   211.'... .-'. . ... . .'. ......  Mara,   Rothesay .Saw..Mill.   Endorby,  Clirr  Street.   Okanagan, Horsley's Ranch,  Okanagan   Mission,   Bonvoul  Suninierland ". .....��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Vernon, Lot 66. G. M ......7 ........ ....  Armstrong, McQuarrle's Ranch  .  Kelowna, Okanagan.Mission. James Murray  Ranch   Rutland, S. Sproule's Ranch. ... .   Vernon,  Lome Street    Vernon, Coldstream llotel................... .  Armstrong,   Leduc's  Farm . . ���������������������������  Armstrong,  Swanson's Farm. . .'.'   Armstrong,  Wallace's House. .'   Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch .. .   Kelowna,  Okanagaii  Mission ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   Okanagan Mission, Lefevre's Farm   Xahun,  Pre-emption   192, ... ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Kelowna, Alston's Ranch. . . .   Kelowna, Lot 10, Blk. 9 -......'  Lumby, Chrlstien's Hotel.   Kelowna, Palace llotel ���������������������������  Vernon, Railway Avenue.   Vernon, Six Mile Creek. . ...    Kelowna, C. Blackwood's Boarding House..  Kelowna,   Lot   53   Peachland, Lot 19, Blk. 490   Kelowna, Palace Hotel   Armstrong,   Levins'   Farm   Armstrong,   Levins'   Farm   Kelowna, Lot 8, Plan 1S7    Westbank, Pre-emption  S07. .   Kelowna, Richter Street   Summerland, Lot 4, Summerland Syndicate.  Kelowna  Hospital    '. ������������������������������������������������������   Armstrong,   Knob   Hill   Okanagan Centre, Lister's Raucir   'Profession,,  Objection  .eon.  Six Mile Creek.  In   Hotel...:..  Farmer   .  Printer   . .  Farmer   .  Farmer   .  Farmer   .  Farmer   ;'���������������������������  Carpenter  Rancher  .  Teamster  Labourer  Vet.  Sur.  Labourer 7 ."   Farmer   ........  Farmer   Farmer ���������������������������...,,. ....  Farmer   . .   Miner   Fruit  Grower. . ..  Rancher   Janitor   .......  Mlllmaiv      Labourer      Labourer      Carpenter      Farmer      Millman      Printer      Farm   Hand   Logger    -  Lumberman      Labourer      Farmer      Rancher     Miller  ,.......-. : . ..  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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 Warwick.  Mackie, William Donald..  ���������������������������Madden, Joseph  Madden,   Algernon   Lewis   Car-  withen      Maddoclc, Vincent Clinton.  Ma.gill, William     Ma'guire,  Leonard  William.  Mafn, John William   -,.'���������������������������'���������������������������-'.  -lA-a-nn      ,V'' \7t,  Sidney Richard. . .   .ss, George     __... -., John Ayton   2210T '-v_ham, Thomas George.  2211 A.'Vreland,  Fred Durward  .Ai  2212  2213  2214  2216  2221  2222  2224  2227  2234  M^rgettc, Thomas  Mi.frks, Alfred Edward   Martin,  Henry      Martin, Charles Robinson..,  Martin. Ebenezer Bridgman.  Martini' Launder B. . %   Martin, Thomas Bunting. . .  Martinson, Michael Brown..  Marshall,  John  Robert.  22o!  2262  2266  226S  2269  2271  2272  22S0  22S.1  22S6  2291  2293  2295  2297  2299  2301  2302  2303  2304  230S  2311  2312  1319  2321  2322  2:.9_  2235|Mai-shall,  Tom  2240 Marven, Harry   2244 Mason, Edward   2247 Massonat,  Henri  Michel   224 9 Mathan, James     225-3 Matheson, Daniel Crawford. . .  Marsden, Thomas   Mawhinney,  William A   Maxwell,  Robert Erskine   Maxwell,   Thomas   May, Thomas  7   Mayc| Albert Thomas   Maync, Ernest Harford ,  Macfie, James Washington....  Maclnnes, Carlyle William....  Maclennan, Murdo      Maepherson,  John James   MacWatt, Adams James Johns,  ton      McAllister,   Alex   McAlpine, Archibald Angus. . .  McArthur, James Herbert.:..  McAuley, Frank     JMcBain,  Earle Irving   McBride',  Robert A   McBride,  William  Leslie   McColl,  William  Hugh   McClughan,   Andrew      .McClure, Burt     McCorkell,   Samuel   McCorkell. Thomas Ross   McCulloch, A.  C   McCreanor,  Samuel      William      Thomas     Archibald      John  D   Donald Robert.....  2332  2333  4  335  2337  2340  2344  2349  2354  363  Penticton,  Winnipeg Street. .'.   Peachland, Lot 25   Vernon, Capt. Armstrong's Coldstream Muni  cipality   Vernon, Long Lake.,   Summerland,   Summerland   Hotel.........  Vernon, Johnson's Farm, Commonage....,  Summerland,  Lot  455 ..........7 ........  Kelowna, Guischan Farm. ...............  Armstrong, 1 Mile North....... . ........  Vernon, Langill Street   Vernon, Victoria  Hotel... ..   Armstrong, Railway Avenue. .    Summerland,   Lot   455  ..".   Armstrong,   Armstrong   Hotel. ............  Endorby,  Long Ranch. .'".' '..'.'   Okanagan  Landing      Vernon, Trpnson Estate   Vernon,  Pino Street !!!!'"'  Enderby,  Grand  Bend  Farm. ...!!!!!!!"  Rutland, Lot 5, Map 425   Armstrong,   Donald   McKay's   Farm   i "mi'lr-  west   from   Armstrong   Vernon,   Coldstream   Estate   Okanagan Centre, Ok. Centre Hotel   Vernon,   Twelfth   Street   Vernon, Barnard Avenue    ".'  Vernon,  Sully Street '  Vernon, Okanagan  Motel   Larkin, Clinton's Ranch   Kelowna, Rutland Prop., Lot 44. ..... .  Summerland, Lot 455   Armstrong, Rashdale's Place.'.'..'.'.'.  Vernon,  Coldstream Hotel  .'.  Summerland, Marcham's Farm  Okanagan Ldg., Shannon's Mill.. .!!!'"  Vernon. B. X.  Ranch   Kelowna. Ellis Street  "   Okanagan, Lot 104 !.'."'"'  Vernon, Barnard Avenue !. .   Vernon, Victoria Hotel   Vernon,  Coldstream  Hotel.   Vernon,   Seventh   Street   Penticton, Martin Street '.'.  Lansdowne, Spallumcheen ....  Armstrong, Spallumcheen ....  Kelowna, K. L. O. Co.s' Ranch.. ..'.'  Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel   Vernon, Barnard Avenue '  Vernon, Xorth  Street   Armstrong,  Railway Avenue. .!!!.'.'  Kelowna,  Pendozi Street..   .  Kelowna,   Rich ter  Street   Vernon,   North   Street... '":  Rutland, Lot 12       Armstrong, Eastern Addition'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."'  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel....  Lumby, Blue Springs School .'  Penticton, Fruit Lot 136.'   Vernon, Railway Avenue   Vernon, Barnard Avenue   Armstrong, C. P. R. Work Car   Farmer      Rancher      Labourer  ......  Farmer   .... ...  Carpenter   . ... .  Farmer   .... .���������������������������_'.  Carpenter   ..'.'..  Labourer  .... ...  Farmer   . ... . ..  Gentleman   .:...  Millman   .......  Millman   . . .....  Labourer   ....'..  Carpenter ...  Farmer   ........  C.P.R. Conductor  Farmer      Bank Clerk   Farmer      Rancher    Farmer      Clerk      Labourer      Layer  A.  McDonald,  McDonald  McDonald  McDonald  McDonald  McDonald, Angus  McDonald, Angus  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonnell.  McDougall.  2364lMcDougall  2365  2367  Donald A   David      Hugh      Alexander      David     Henry      McDougall.  Urban   .....'.. 7.7  McEachern,  Hugh  .-   McFadden. John     McGec, Edward  . ..  McGill, lrvin   ....'.,   McGregor, John   :......:....  Mcllvane, Samuel      Mcllvanie, John   ...'....-.....  Mcllwain, Nathan    -,  Mclnroy,  James      Mclntyre,' Francis 'James   Mclntyre, Joseph  Matheson...  Mclntyre, Justin Egerton   Mclvor,  Pr.trick    :<   McJannett, William T."   Mc.Jannett,   William   Alexander  .McKay. Donald Robert   McKay,  Frederick      McKay.  Charles      McKay. James     McKay, Thomas     McKay, Angus      McKay,  John      McKay, Charles     McKee, Robert Henry   McKechnie,  George      McKee, Ernest Humbert   McKendry, William      McKenzic, Allan George...  McKenzie, Alexander     McKinnon, Fred  . . ..'   McKinnon,   Hugh      McLachlan.  Hubert      McLaren, George Wilson.. .  McLean," Alexander      McLean. Albert  Murdock...  McLean, AVilliam Archibald.  McLellan,  Burton  Mural,  MclJellanT  2375  23S0  23S5  23SS  2390  2391  2393  2394  2399  24 00  2402  24 05  2406  2407  240S  24 09  2410  2416  24 1  24 20  2421  24 22  24 23  24 24  2426  24 35  2437  2441  24 4 2  24 44  24 4 5  2451  24 53  24 54  2460  =2=4 62  24 64 McLellan  2466IMcLellan  20,  R.   1",  West  (6S  2471  24 72  24 74  24 75  24 Si  24S2  24 SI  24S  24SS  2490  "2497  25 00  250  John  Thomas.  Neil      Duncan  50  50S  510  5 I 3  5 1 6  517  3 IS  ���������������������������>  o  o  o  0  0  25_���������������������������  25 I 9  25  25  I  i25  2529  2535  2537  254 2  254 5  254 7  254 9  2555  2557  255S  25G0  2564  2570  257 j  25 SI  25S5  23S6  2594  2596  2599  2602  2605  260S  2609  2610  2G13  2020  McLeman. Alexander   McLeod, Daniel  L   McLeod, William      McLeod. George Henry   McLeod, Charles      McMillan,   Philip  Duncan   McMillan, Kenneth      McMillan, Neil  Angus ,  McMillan. John      McMullen, Frederick Chester. ,  McXnughton,   Hugh      McNeill, James V. ..".. 7. .7.'. '.  McNeill,   Hector  Malcolm   McNair, Terrance Wolf red..-..  McXolIy, Thomas '. . .........  McPherson, Norman  .....". ..  McQuarrie. Robert  ..... ... ..  McQueen, Thomas M ...-'.'   McQuostion, George .Walter. ..  McRac, Norman Alexander....  McRorry,   Edwin  Beverly...'..  McVicar, Charles , .'.   McSunner, Thomas .,..'.'.'.' . .  McVicker, Daniel.-."...........  McVeigh, John Henry   Mead, Homer ���������������������������."   Meikle, George Arthur.. .....  Meldrum, William      Mellish,  . lilton  Leigh. .......  Metcalf, John  Charles.,.....,  Metcalfe, Archelaus .........  Mew, George  ...............  Micile, Dominico  ............  Middleton,  William   . . ... ..  Middleton,  Maurice  Smith....  Middleton,   William   Alexander  Miller,  David      Miller,  James  Hugh. :  Miller, John Ewing..........  Miller, Adolph     ...  Millington, Frederick :  Mills, Frederick Allan. .-   Milne, George  ..'   Mines, George Percy.   Mitchell, Frederick   Mitchell, George   Mitchell, Charles      Mitchell, Roland Ewart.. .  Mitchell, John Frederick. .  Mitchell, Joseph  .........  Mitchell, Robert    . ..' Uiu_iuu    Mohr, John Archibald....... .Enderby, 4 Miles from Enderby  Vernon,.Maple Street   Enderby, Belvedere   Armstrong, Vankleek Blk.'. .,   Rutland, Lots 3S and 39 '.[  Penticton, Smith's Camp .Naramata'-"  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel'.   Okanagan  Ldg.. Str. Aberdeen..   '.'"  Vernon,  Okanagan  Hotel ���������������������������   Xahun, Reid's Ranch   Armstrong, Armstrong Hot<_ ..'.'.'  Kelowna,  Okanagan  Mission   Jackman, Monashee, Chen-v Creek.  Vernon,  Okanagan  Hotel. ."   Okanagan Ldg., C. P. R   Armstrong, Railway Avenue. ...'".-'"  Vernon, Okanagan Hotel   Kelowna, Lot 122   Vernon, Schubert Street. .!!!!!!"  Penticton, Main Street   Vernon, The B. E. Mine '.'.'.  Armstrong, Greenhow's Ranch, Larkin.  Vernon,  Okanagan Hotel   Vernon, Victoria Hotel   Armstrong,  Wood Avenue .-  Vernon,  Okanagan  Hotel   Vernon, Langill Street   Kelowna, A. McDougall's Farm   Okanagan Mission, McDougall's Farm!  Kelowna,  Okanagan  Mission   Vernon, A 'ictoria Hotel. ,   Vernon,  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, Victoria Hotel   Armstrong,  Railway Avenue  .  Enderby, 7 Miles from Enderoy. ..  Armstrong.  Railway Avenue   South Okanagan, Bclleview Hotel   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue '  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Vernon,  Cat-swell's Mill.'   -Mara,  S.E.   >/t   Sec." S,  Tp.  6th M   Kelowna, Lake View  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   Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch '.'.'.".  Armstrong, McKendry's Farm.' !!!!!!  Peachland, Lot S, Block 482   Vernon, Okanagan Hotel .'.  Kelowna, C. Blackwood's House   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch . . .  Summerland, Lot 472   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue  .'.'  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel -...'.  Kelowna, Lot 6, Block 13   Kelowna,__EIi_.Avenue.,. _..._.-._._._l  Kelowna, Block 38 ';- !. !.  Peachland, Beach  Avenue   Okanagan, Lot 104   Kelowna,   Watcr   Street   Armstrong, Huntley's Camp, _ar_In   Salmon Arm, Sec. 10, Tp. 20, R. 9. . .���������������������������   Okanagaii Landing, Str. Aberdeen   Enderby,  Wright's  Hotel   Vernon,   Royal   llotel   Kelowna,   Harvey Avenue   Kelowna.   Richtcr   Street   Vernon,  Vernon   Hotel   Vernon,  Mara   Avenue   Vernon, Pine Street.   Vernon,'Mrs. Greenhow's Ranch   Penticton, Ellis Street, Lot 15   Armstrong, McNair Farm,  I Mile North-East  of Armstrong   Vernon, P. Sinclair's Farm, Sunnyside   Armstrong, A. K. Maundrell's Residence. . . .  Enderby, McQuan-io's House   Vernon.  Railway Avenue   Peachland, Lot 49, Blk. 11S3.   Vernon.  Vernon   Hotel...'.....   Kelowna, Lots' 33 aiul  34 .'. .. . .7   Peachland,  Pre-emption  4-119.   Salmon Arm, X. E. & Sec. 13, Tp. 20, R. 1.0  Salmon Arm, Canoe Creek. . ..-. ......... ..  Enderby,   Belvedere   Street.;.. ...........  Armstrong,  Eastern  Addition. . ..'.   Kelowna, Glenn Avenue. ................ .  Summerland, Lot '155 ,  Armstrong,  Mellish's  Farm.'.'. .   Enderby,  Cliff Street.  ..  Vernon, Elm Street.....................  Okanagan  Centre,  Lot 11............... .  Armstrong,  Micile's Farm.  ,. .  Vernon,  Vernon  Hotel.... ...... ... .... 7.  Vernon, Midmar Ranch.   Vernon, Midmar Ranch.   Vernon, Seventh Street.   Enderby, Miller's Farm   Kelowna,   Blackw;ood's  House   Vernon, Mis Farm at Lumby   Okanagan Ldg., Str. Aberdeen. . ...... .... .  Vernon, Coldstream Ranch   Vernon, Coldstream  Ranch. ..............  Vernon, Okanagaii  Hotel   Summerland, Lot 4 74   Armstrong,   Mitchell's   Farm,   First   Salmon  River Bridge   Armstrong, Pleasant Hill Road   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel   Vernon, A'ictoria Hotel. .   Armstrong, 5_  Mile from Armstrong  Balcomo  Bricl  Real Est.  Plastoroi  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   . .',  Farmer      Merchant   ....  Farmer      School Teacher  Orchardist  Telegraph  Clerk   . . .  Carpenter  :ont.  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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,  James George   Musgrove, Samuel   Henry. . . .  Nagel, John Henry   Nairn,  Daniel      Nash, Cecil  Howard. . .'   Naylor,  Henry     272S  2730  2732  2734  274 0  2751  2752  2753  2 754  2756  2759  2760  2763  2764  2772  2774  2776  2777  277S  2783  2793  279S  ���������������������������2S05  2S07  2S0S  2S09  2 SI 5  2S16  2 SI 7  2S18  2S22  2S23  2 S2 4  2S25  2827  2S2S  2S29  2S33  2 S40  2841  2843  2846  2848  2S50  2852  2853  2854  2855  2856  2S57  2860  2S62  2866  2867  2869  2870  2871  '2880  2S82  28S4  2SS5  2S86  2S87  2SS9  2S90  2891  2897  2901  2904  2907  290S  2912  291.3  2916  291S  2927  2928  2930  2932  29"35  2938  2939  294 9  2954  2962  29.63  2966  Naylor, Edward   Henry   Neale, Harry   Noil, Duncan   Neill,   Horace    .'.','  Nelson,  William  Frederick..!!  Newman, Sackville Creswcll...  Newman,  Richard   Adam   Newton, James     Newton. Edward  William ..!..'  Nicholls,. Cy      Nicklen, Frank  Harold!!!!!!!  Nichol,   William James.. . .  Nicoll,   Harry   Nicolson,  Ernest Joseph. . ..'. .  Normand, Joseph Eusebe.  Nuttal, Fred    '...-...  Oakes,  Frank Henry..!.-.!.'!  Oates, John ! " ,'  Oddie, Thomas A'enables. .!.'.'!  Oliver, Charles Albert   Orr,  William   "   Otterson,   Lome  S. .' .  O'Brino, Alike ...!..!!"  O'Connor,   John   William !!!!.  O'Grady,  Thomas Edmoiul   O'Grady, Michael   ."   O'Neill,   John   Samuel   o'Neiii, John s ;;;;  Packer,   George   Henry   Packer,  Cuthbert Henrv   Pangbourno,   Augustin" George  Alfred        '  Parke, Fred   '.'.'.!  Parker," Samuel    ..'.'.  Parker, Anderson   Parker,   Harry  Lake !!!!  Parker, Joseph     Parker, Robert '. !!.!!!"!  Parkinson,  Charles .Milburn!  Patchett, Charles Henry .  Paterson,   Gcorgo   William..  Paton, George Crawford....  Patten,   Lee  Alfred   Patten,  William John   Patterson, James      Patterson,  Arthur  A'ictor. . .  Patterson, Milton      Patterson,  David      Patterson  ,James      Patterson, Andrew     Patterson,  William  Thomas.  Paul; James      Payne, George     Peace, William Benson   Peace, Oswald Allan .-  Peake, Charlton   Pearcy, James  .. .. : -.  Pearcy,. Thomas   .... .'.".'.  Pelly, Bertram Porcv   Pentland, Milfi-ed     Perrin, Charles    "."-. ....  Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch   S. W.   ft  Sec.   13, Tp.  20, IT.  10, AV.   Gth  M  Vernon, Lot 16, Map 54S.  Lumby, White 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 5 9   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue.  Okanagan Centre, Gibson's Farm   Armstrong,  Wood Avenue.    Peachland,   Lot   490...    Kelowna, Lot 9, Blk   ]i   Kelowna, Lot 9, Blk. 55    '   Armstrong,  Okanagan   Hotel   Vernon, Coldstream   Hotel.        Summerland, Lots, 11. 12,  . ." 'oiV '._.���������������������������_   Vernon,  Tronson   Street... '    *""-  Endorby        Kelowna. Paiaco Hotel. ! !   Summerland,  Lot  -\S9 1           Vernon, White Valley, Murray'. Ranch   Vernon, Scln.be.. i3lock. .. C      Okanagan .Mission, Murray's Farm   Vernon, Okanagan  Hotel!!   Armstrong, c. P. R. Work Car   Endorby,  Regent Street...          Okanagan  Ldg., Sir. Aberdeen   it������������������'^:K^'^'^:'io'"^  Enderby, Deep Creek'Ranch!   Vernon,   Victoria   Hotel..  Vernon,  Seventh   Street  Enderby,   City  Restaurant!!'  Vernon,  Wetham Street.  Kelowna, Lot 51 '  Vernon, Schubert Street." ! "  Wood's Lake,  Lot 33  Vernon,  The Firs.  Summerland,   Lot   455   Vernon,  A'crnon   Hotel.  Summerland, Blk. 30, Lot ' '  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel..  Okanagaii Mission, Lot 37, Tp  Hilton, Cherry Creek.  Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel"'"  Summerland .Lots 1 and 2, Blk  Vernon,  A'ernoii   Hotel..  Short's Creek, Ewing's Landing!  Peachland, Lot  1, Blk   4  Penticton.  Lot   14,  Blk.   19   Summerland, Blk. 50, Lot 455"  Kelowna      Inderby,  Enderbv   Hotel   Penticton.   Penticton   Hotel  A'ernoii, Cai-swell's Mill  Lumby, Morris' Ranch. .      Enderby, Endorby Saw Mill. .! !!  Okanagan .Mission, Benvoulin  Westbank, Pre-emption 523S  ���������������������������111.  29.  52, Lot 4 75  Hotel.  Vernon,  Enderby  Summer  Gollatly  Okana.  Lumby  Okanagan  land, blk." 7  , Gellatly's  in  Mission,  Saw   .Mill.  Hotel   , Lot 4 54   Parker's Farm.  2C  Perry, Aaron Jenkins. .-   Perry, John      Perry, Joseph      Perry,  Edward    :....!  Petar,   Edward  Tooth   Peters, Simon   Petric,   William      Pettman,  Herbert Edwin   Pewtress, Robert     Phillips, Avery     Phillips,  Richard    ! . !  Phips, George Trorman   Pick, William      Pickford, Frederick'   Pihovaiak, Lukny .. :.".   Plummer,    Lawrence    Herbert  Roby    ;-....  Podwin,  Joseph      Pollard,   Oliver Herman   Pollock, Robert, Sr   Pollock, James Dickson   Pomeroy, Charles Edwin   Poole,  Francis Edward ."  Porteous,  Thomas  James   Potts,  Clayton  Wilbert   Powell, George  Powell, David  Prather, Bruce  Lumby,   Bossett's   Mill         Vernon,  Tronson  Street !!   Armstrong,  Wood Avenue   .  Vernon,   Mara ".venue           Hullcar,   Patton's Farm..   .  Armstrong,   Patten's  Farm. . !   Vernon,   Mission   Street      '   ' fci" ' "  Kelowna, A. B. Knox's Ranch.!!.!!!!!'  Okanagan Mission, Lequime Ranch...."  Hullcar,  Patterson's Farm   .  Lumby, Lumby Hotel   Vernon, B. X. Ranch   Kelowna,  Okanagan   AI ission "  Kelowna, Lot  15;   Armstrong, Wood Avenue!!!!!!!!!!!!!'  Armstrong, Payne's Ranch, Sec. 16, Tp. 7  Kelowna, Okanagan Mission, Sec. 22, Tp  Kelowna,  Peace's  Ranch. . ; ���������������������������  Vernon, Lome Street -...'.  Vernon,  Coldstream  Road ..'.!!!!!   Vernon,  Coldstream  Road..   .-.-. . . .-'.--   '/"  Armstrong.   Armstrong   Hotel...:....';   \.  Vernon  .Okanagan   Motel..:...'...   -'  Okanagan   Centre,   M.   p.   Williams';'Wood's  Lake..-   Suninierland, Blk.' L, Lot 2561.''.'.'.!.'!!! ;' '  Kelowna, Blackwood's House.. . .- -.! ! !'.  Vernon, Cai-swell's Camp   Lumby, Ram's Horn Hotel ��������������������������� ..'.  Armstrong, His Farm, Knob Hill   Kelowna, C. Blackwood's House.   Vernon. Okanagan Centre, Hanthorpe Ranch  Okanagan Ldg., Pott man's Farm   Salmon Arm, N. E. Vi  Lot 13   Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch    \  Vernon, T. AVood's Ranch .' -   Kelowna,   Rutland   Estate. .;. . . . .,  Peachland, Lot 59, Blk.   II S-I   Armstrong,   Otter  Lake ,  Armstrong, Part of Sec. 23, Tp. 34.  Mech. Engineer  Blacksmith- .. .  Fruit Grower   .  Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Rancher    Farmer      Carpenter   Clerk      Rancher    Pool    .  Bill _. Rm.  Farmer      Gentleman   . . . ...  Accountant      Implement   Doalei  Clerk      Book-keeper   ....  Painter    Clerk      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      Fanner      Rancher    Labourer     Engineer      Butcher      Resident   Carpenter   .Labourer   Teamster. ..'....  Labourer     Mill Hand   Bar   Tender   Lumberman   ....  Labourer     Labourer     Farmer      Rancher    Labourer     Teamster     Gardener     Book-keeper   ...  Farmer & Trap'r  Labourer     Labourer     Painter      Builder   ........  Painter   ........  School   Teacher..  Farmer      Butcher      Laliourer     Labourer     Farmer   Farm Hand ....  Labourer  Farmer      Farmer      Merchant      Farmer      Farmer'   Farmer-   .-   Photographer  \ .  Contractor   .....  Contractor      Printer      Carpenter   Far me.-      Teacher      Labourer     Lumberman   ....  Farmer      Farmer      Lumberman   Ranch  Foreman.  Farmer      Farmer   Farmer   ........'  Labourer  .......  Farmer      Rancher    Farmer    ,  Farmer      2967jPi .tt,  William  296S  2970  2971  2974  2975  2977  29SS  29S9  2990  2991  2996  2999  3000  3001  3002  3003  3007  300S  3010  3012  301  Pratt, James AVilliam   Prentiss,  Finer Frank   Preston, John     Price, Thomas Sidney   Price, George Raleigh   Prickett, Richard Bellingham.  Piigh,=_\\ .lliam=.-..=;=..-.=.=-.���������������������������....==  Pugsley,  Ross -Lynwood. . ...  Purves, Roderick   '.  Putman,  George Abrani....  Quesnel, Joseph Osias   Quinn, Francis     Quinn,  Arthur      Quinn, AVilliam      Radcliffo,     Ralph     Willington  Young    '   Rae, James     Raines, Joe     Steven      Albert   Henry     James D '   John      Rankin, Robert     Rankin,  Richard Charles   Rawllngs,   Frank      Ray, Charles     Raymer,  Horace James   Redmond,  Vivian      Reed, David Allan     Redd.  Robert Colvin   Reeves,  Frank Sldnev   Roid,  John      Reld,  Archibald      rteid, Charles      Reid, James   Ronnison,  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, William      Robb, Alexander ..   Robb,  James   ..............  Robb, Hugh William   Roberts, James   Ramage  Randall  Ranger,  Rankin,  30l6IRankin,  3017  30 IS  3021  3022  302 6  3030  3032  3033  303S  3041  304 2  304 3  304 7  304 9  3051  3057  3060  3064  3005  3066  3067  3070  3074  3079  30S0  30S2  3095  3096  309S  3102  106  10  3l10|Robortson,  IM  31.12  3115  3 11 9  Robertson, Robert'Hutchinson  Robertson,   Charles  James...,  John  Lindsay   Robert lltiichlnson,  James ..........  Richard   Andrew. .  William Elijah   Robertson,  Robertson,  Robinson,  Robinson,  Banker   ....  Miner      Rancher  Rancher  Book-keeper  Merchant   .. .  Farmer  Steam   Fitter  Tailor      Stone Mason  Book-keeper  Farmer   ....  Blacksmith's  Accountant   .  Teamster  .. .  Tailor      Teamster .. .  Rancher ....  Rancher ....  Farmer .  Real Est.  Mason ,  Farmer .  Labourer  Dentist .  Labourer  Farmer ..  crk.  Penticton, Bank of Commerce   Jackman, Monashee on Cherry Crook Mine.  Peachland, Lot 3, Blk. 7, Pt. 490   Summerland, Blk. 15, Lot 3397   Naramata,   Lot   210   Penticton,  Smith  Street   Armstrong, Poole's .Farm, Lansdowne   Vernon, Corner of Railroad an I Langill Sts.  Armstrong,  His Residence, AVood Avenue. .  Peachland, Lot 1,   Blk.   3   Kelowna, Lot, 3, Blk.  I 7   Okanagan Mission",   Pi.ther's Farm   Vernon,   Mission   Street   Vernon. Mission Road   Kelowna, Eli Avenue   Vernon,  Seventh   Street   Summerland,   Lot   254 3   Peachland, Lot 4 8, Blk. 11 S3   Westbank, Prickett's Farm   Salmoiu._nn,^N.=E.-J,4^Soc.--1-7j=rrp.-207-Range  10  ,W.  Gth  M   A'ernoii, Cor. of Wetham St. and Barnard Ave.  Okanagan Centre, Lot S, Plan 454   Lumby, Putman's Farm   Lumby, Blacksmith Shop   A'onion, Railway Avenue   Enderby, Mount Ida   Enderby, Sec. 19, R. 9, W. Gth M   Kelowna, 1. rkdale  : :   Kelowna,  on   Hi.s  Farm   Vernon,   A'ictoria   llotel   Okanagan Mission, J. M. Rutland's Ranch  Summerland,   Lot-473   Enderby,   Maude   Street   Siiniiiiorland, Lot 4 55^   Vernon, The Loarmoiith Estate   Vernon,   Mara   Avenue   Vernon, J. Cutler's* Ranch   Enderby,   Enderby   llotel   Armstrong,   Rosedale   Avenue   Kelowna, Abbott Street   Mara,  Redmond's  Farm   Kelowna, Camp on  Lake   Kelowna, Lot 26, lllk. I 0, Map 202   Vernon,  Coldstream   Estate   Vernon, A'ernon   llotel   Vernon, li. X, Ranch   Mara, S. I .  V,  Sec. 8, Tp. 20   Armstrong,  Wood  Avenue   A'ernon, Coldstream   Hotel   ..alum,   Pre-emption   4512   Kelowna, il. E. II. Harris' Lot 127   Kelowna, Rice's Farm, Okanagan Mission  Lumby, Rani's Horn Hotel.-". ......... .:.  Vernon, A'ancc Street.. .. ... ...'...... .  Okanagaii  Ldg., Str.-Aberdeen.. ...... .  Vernon; Barnard Avenue ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Lumby, Ram's Horn llotel.. .-. . .. ......  Summerland, Blk. S, Lot 472......   Lumby,   Finlaison's   Farm   Jackman, Rlnglo's Farm, Cherry Creek..  A'ernon,  Mara  Avenue   Vernon, Okanagan Hotel   Vernon,  A'ictoria   Hotel.   Armstrong, Brown & Pound's Farm.....  Salmon Arm, S. E.  Vt  Sec. 13, Tp. 20, West  Gth   M ���������������������������.....- Farmer  Peachland, Lot 4 in Ml S3. ..'..'  Dentist  .  Peachland, Lot 1 2 in 1.1 S3  . Fruit Grower  Armstrong, Robertson's Farm  ... Farmer      Peachland, Lot 53, Blk. 11 S3  Fruit Grower  Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel Carpenter   Armstrong,  Rosedale    Electrician   ..  Penticton, B. C. Hotel  Labourer  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Lefc 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  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  On twice  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist  Loft Dist.  Left Dist  Left Dist.  Lett Dist.  Left Dist  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  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John Arthur   tumohr.   \'ictor  Lorren . . ,  ���������������������������Rumbnll, Anthony  Walton  :Rush,   George   Washington  Vernon,  Barnard Avenue   Vernon, -Vance   Street.   Glenomma,'... W.   Vt .Sec. 7, Tp. 16.:  Vernon, . Xorth Street   Voruon,   Coldstream   Ranch.   Vernon,  Xorth  Street >   Endorby,  Lot  S.  Blk.  1. .'   Okanagan, A. Falconer's Ranch.   Vernon,  Okanagan   Hotel '. .  Enderby, Faulkhard's House   Penticton. Lot 53, Penticton Bench..,  Silver Creek, N. E. Vi Sec. 30, R.10,  Okanagan Ldg., Str. Aberdeen   :;17  :;i82i  3 ism?  3184'  31 Si  Penticton,  Lot  52 . .  . .jEnderby, Blk. .7, Lot  . .jOkanagan- .Mission  .. iSalmnn Arm, S. IC.  . . !Arm. . rung. Knob  Russell,  ��������������������������� Digby  C'liristoj>Lc-r  Trcn'iayn el  13, Cliff St .  Lot   1   .!���������������������������_  Sec. li, Tp. 20.  lill, Spalltimcheeii.  and 7, Subd. Sec. 25 ane'  .'!lS7Mtii.s;.]l.   Arthur   .'iLSS'Russell,  .lame..      -IS. M.U...-..I1,   William M.ut'iM. ,  3190.iRus.si-H,- Frank   liHM RusxtMl, Davis  .  .'! lOGjRutlle.  William  Harvey.  .'il9!>;i:j-an,   Daniel ,  3209iSainpsou, John Frederick  3210!Sainson, Alfred   3212 Sanderson, John    321  321 S  3219  3220  3 2 21  3224  3225  3228  3 229  3233  324 4  3245  3249  3 25 0  3 251  3 252  3254  3255  3256  3258  3259  3263  3 264  3269  3270  3272  3 2 SO  3281  3 282  32S7  2290  3291  .". 292  3296  3 300  3302  330-1  3305  3317  3321  3330  3331  333'2  3333  3o  333  3337  3339  334 0  334 3  334 G  3351  3352  3354  3357  3359  3362  2364  3373  33 7G  3377  33S1  3382  3 3 S3  ..384'  33S8  3390  3391  3392  3393  3395  3396  34 00  34 04  34 06  34 OS  34 11  34 14  34 15  2417  34 19  34 20  34 22  34 24  34 2 7  34 32  34 35  34 30  34 37  34 39  34 50  34 5 S  34 60  34 62  34 G3  34 69  _ 3.4 72  Sanford,   Charles  Saunders,  Harold      Saunders,  Thomas   Saunders,  Albert Janies..  Sawyer, Everett AV.. .. . .-.  Scaife, Thomas .   Scaife, Thomas -.7 ....... .  Schell,  Willis Frederick..,  Schell,   William   Garrett...  Schneider,; Henry AVilliam.  Scott, Francis Guy. .....:.  Scott,   George  Benjamin...  Scott, John  Henry..... .  Scott, Henry  .... .....:.. .  Scott, Thomas Chisholm . . .  Scott, James ....'. ........  Scott, James WrighJ,...;_ .  Se'.cord, AVaiter Levi. ....  Scroxton,; George   ........  Seaman, .Murdock ........  Searle, John James.. .....  Seely,   George  Arthur   Sellings, William .:".;������������������������������������������������������:. ..  Seymour,  Sidney  Percy.7'i  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,: AVilliam Robert.'-.".  Shoebridge, Alfred  .......  Short, Thomas   ... ..... ......  Shute, .Ernest   Albert.....  Silvester,  AVilliam. .... .  Simdnson,  Sinion   ."...'". ...  Simons, Charley ���������������������������.". .'.. ...  Simpkins, Joseph Henry. .-.  Simpson', "Victor. . ........ .  Simpson, Thomas  ...-.....  Simpson,   George- .7.... .;..  Simpson, Donald 'Cameron.-.  Simpson,   Janies; William. .  Sinclair, Ronald Drummond  Sinclair,  Janies   ..... ..:���������������������������': ..  Sinclair,  William. ..... .;..  Skermer,   William ..���������������������������'.. ..../.7  Slack, Enoch 7 ... . .7 .7 ...  Slaugheiiwhite, :l7:J .".'.���������������������������; v.'-  Smali;: Francis, Edwin.7.7'.  Small, .George.:.Stanley: .'.;. .  Smedley,;: Frank ;;. ..7... 7:  Smeeth,: Bryant;;Stuart.'.. '-;:.���������������������������'  Sm i thy;; George ; A rcli'i ba 1 d.:;  Smith,"',:'.! 6h n 7;".,."..'..":.'..>.':.'. ���������������������������'.  Smi th.v:'.H en ry;7;;7;..   .;. . "7.:  Sm i tli,':. Th dmrt's '"���������������������������"': A i rd.' 7777;'  Smith,;:Samuel:;.::: .7.7.7:.  Sm ith,;-Tony: Albert;'.:.. .:: .;���������������������������  Smith,7AVilliam  Alexander.  Smitlv'Elgih  Lome;'.' 77 7  Smith, ,Jobi7 AVink.;. ....;.  Smith, 7 J oh n 77; 77 .7;,;; v.;  Smith,, James 71..':.:." ."'..-;':..-..7  Smith,' Herbert-Walter. .-7  Albert licit.;.;'. ���������������������������'. 7  Angus.������������������������������������������������������'..:. .v... .':.  ���������������������������William   F.;;;....;  Alexander   ..... ...".  'Marcus 7.::;. ..77.:  Andrew '... .;.. : . . . .  John   :.:.'.:. ... .7,  ,  William George.'-.''.-. .  Smith,. John   .... .".;'. ... ...  Smith',;,Charles- Ernest''.;..;. .  George Tyndall. ... .  Jiimos Arthur.'���������������������������:'... .  John   ....... .'.;. ......  Pohn Arthur Creasy.  Paul   .... .... .... .  Evorard.Huir.:. .;.:..;.  Clive Mlatton:. .... .  AVilliam. Stephen. ...  larold;..,........;....  Snowsell.  Ernest  .... .'.���������������������������'.;: ."  Somers,  Frederick Joseph.:.  Speer,.:George Bruce. :. ::':.  Spicer,   William   Harold. .'..  Sproul,  Robert John.......  Squire,  Joseph   Nixon.'. .."-.'.  Stainer, Charles Elijah;.....  Stnnslield,  Albert   . 77."  Si;__h_n_i.:      Hugh       Kingston  Smith,  Smith,  Smith,'  Smith,  Sniith,  Smith,  Smith,  Smith,  Smith  Smith,  Smith,  Smith;  Smith,  Smitli;  Smith,  Snider,  Snow  Llewellyn  14 75 Stcedman,  Vernon  James. . .  347G Stool, '.lames-  .  34 77 Stool, Herbert G. I . . .. ... . .  3-17 8 Steele,   Robert  Frame......  3479 Steele.   William   Iloswell. . . .  34 80 Steele.  Robert  .  .  34 SI Steonson,  John   M ........ .  34 82 Stephens, William I.bcnezcr.  3490!Stovensoii, Albert. Edwin...  ::495|Stowart,  William   . , . .". ... . .  James A..:.,.. .. .  Daniel   ... . ; . .  William". ..... .'.-.  34 !i 6 jSl ewart,  ::4!i"|Stewart,  3 4 9 x | Slew n rt_, __. __.. _____  '.",505|stirirng. (!"di;n<in   .....  :;r.09lstnddarl, 'John .lames.  ::5|3iStoiie, ��������������������������� 10rnest  Percival  351."ijSt. Ongo, Ktiitiii* _... . . .  3517|Storoy,   Richard   .  :',5 19;Strathiiin,       Hugh  j     Llewellyn       :i523:Strong, George ,  Harry .losopli..  John  Alexandor.  James   lOdward.  Kingston  :.. :!0'Stiihl)  ;53'l!St.iiart  :535!St.uart,  ;53GiSl.uart.  William  Tii It   :,'.3S Sturt,  Herbert  Richard. . .  :53!i!sturt,  Thomas  Welch.,..  !."i4 liSudden, Janies      :.VI3'Sulivnii, Itdln-rt. Desmond.  :.'. 17'Kutclifr..   Frederick      ;.",t.s|Sutcliri'<', Arthur    :500;Slit.ton,   TlKimas   156I!,.Slini0t,   Hedley  .  l.'.USjSwi . ling,   Walter   Rorrodol  ;573;Swiiii6n.     William     Frederick  j     Hunter  iKeld-ivna, Lots ;  ���������������������������     2''!, tp,. 20. . ...   IK'-lowna,  lOllis Street... ' , .. ,  Hv'Iowna, I_Hi. Street   :Kelowiia,  l.llis Street   ���������������������������llOnd.rby, S.,W.-Vi  Soc. 20. Tp. 19, R, M....  Vernon.   Laviiigton"MOstato   Vernon,  Okanagan   Hotel   Vernpn,  Lome Street ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Kelowna,   Baillie's   Farm.   Kelowna, Lake View Hotel....   Voriioii,   Coldstream   Kstatc. ...;..........  Vernon,   10lm   Street. ..,.....'..'.   Vernon,   Vernon   Hotel.   Okanagan Centre, Ok. Centre Hotel........  Summerland,   Lot   '155...................  Sii_.rnc.land .Blk.   15, Lot 473. . . . . . . . .  Peachland,   Lot   11 S3 ....   Naramata, Lot 20, Blk. 57, Lot 210. .   Rutland,  Lot 59. . ..'   Rutland, Lot 09, Map'426 .   Silver:Creek,"S. W.  Vi Sec'S, Tp. 19, R". 10.  Armstrong, Main Avenue. . ... .-.. . . .  Vernon, .Mission Street. ... ...... . .'. -'.  Armstrong, Lansdowne  .... ..... ... .... . .  Summerland, Lot 472, Blk. 25. ... . . . . ...... ;  Kelowna, Okanagan Mission, Lot 62 . . .'. . ..  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel. . ......... .  Vernon, Ok.  Landing Road... ........... .  Enderby, Gardom:Ranch, 1 S V_ Miles N. W  Sugar Lake, Pre-emption 5099. ;.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������  Penticton, S. S. Okanagan.. .. .......... v  Vernon,  A'ernon   Hotel. .'.-.-......'.' . . :'���������������������������:....  Enderby,  Enderby  Hotel..........;. .. .-.....  Okanagan Ldg., S. S. Okanagan.. ... . .. . ... .  Vernon, Lome Street...... . .. . .. . ���������������������������-.. . .. ...  A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel. ........ .'.'.". . .. ...  Kelowna, Abbott Street..... . . .-'.. ........  Armstrong, Patterson Avenue. ...,...������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Armstrong, Patterson Avenue. ... ... .......  Armstrong, Railroad Avenue. . ... .....  Endorbv, McLeod's House. ,. ....  Peachland, Lot 2, Blk. 2, 490.........":.:  Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch.. ...... . ... ...  Vernon,  Coldstream  A'alley. . . .... . ..'."-..  Okanagan Landing, His Farm. . ... .;.... .  Summerland .7. 7 . ::.. .7:7. . ."."."; ...;...  Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel. ....... ... ...  Summerland, Blk. 4, Lot.454 . . . . . . . . ....  Vernon, Coldstream Ranch ....:. ........  Summerland, Post Office....7 ......:... .7  Penticton, Hudson's House.:. .. ;;......;. .  Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel. .,;. .-7.:. ..:  A'ernon, Miss Capel's .7 ..:. .. . . .;���������������������������-. '���������������������������.���������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.{��������������������������� ���������������������������  Westbank   . ...l:. ....... .."..; ... .. ..;  Okanagaii .Mission, Near Postill's Ranch  Okanagan Mission, Postill's Ra-nch ������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������.. .  Jackman',... Monashee. .Mountain:: ... .... .7.  Kelowna, Benvoulin  Hotel...... . ���������������������������'. .....;... .  Okanagan ������������������������������������������������������'.M ission. '"Lequime Ranch:..7 . :.;::  Kelowna, Sec: 9, Tp."24, Ok.Missibii;;".'.'7;;;  Gellatly   ..7. .77. . . . . . ... .���������������������������'. ......  Liim by, .Quesiiel's" Ranch. ..: . ... ........  Kelowna, Blackwood's Hotel.;. .... ...;.';���������������������������.  Summerland, Lot 3640...... 7.7. .,:..-."'. .���������������������������. 7  Kelowna, Eli Avenue, Blk.l.,.Lot,2.. . . .....  South Okanagan, Bcleview'Hotel. ;.:::....,. v  V.e'rn6i.,-;;L6'r^_'-Lhke;^  Vernon;/Vernon Hotel ;>���������������������������;..;:.y.;..;..;.::. . ,  ernon; Col dstroani'Ranch 7.:.:.; .7 r.-:::;; 7.  Okanagaii Centre; Lots 1.5"and"1G; Block ;K. .  -Ve.riidn;:-; .drncr;_'welfthia'hd :Schubert;.Streets  A'ei-hbii;:'rOkaiiagan;;MMotel;7'7;7777.7  Armstrong,7IIis iFarm;;.^,. .;;..;.;;.;'. .;���������������������������  Armstrong,''Knob 7 Hill. :;;.::;.;: ;::7.>:.:.  Vernon,  Tronson  Street. .:....:...... .,..;.  A'ernon,;Okanagan7Hotel;7V:7 .'-."'.v.;.:7.  Enderby, Sadler's Farm,Mabel Lake.:  Endorby,; Saw;lli!l.::;...;. 7. .;....^ ���������������������������,.���������������������������'-  Vei-non, Carey's;Farni,Swan;;Lake.-;..  Peiiticton, .Lot.   G. 7.^,;.:.i;:.;..:.7.;. 7.,....7  Kelowna, Bear Creek....;.'.. ....:.;.:;..  Armstrong,  Patterson Avenue. .... ...  Vernon,  Okanagaii  Hotel. .. .7 ....;...:  Okanagan, Greenhow's Ranch ....:;:. :  Enderby, Smith's Farm, 3 Miles from Enderby  Vernon, Coldstream Estate.... . .. . . . ......  Vernon, Pleasant A'alley Road ......... :.  Vernon, Vernon llotel.,. .............;.......  Vernon,; Pleasant. A'alley.Road. .;...;.. . .:  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel. ... . . . ... . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Vernon, His '"Pre-emption at Six Mile Creek  Armstrong,  Grinton   Road . ...........  Vernon, Pleasant Street. . . .. .... .... . ���������������������������..  Peachlnnd; Lot 7,1111 . 253.S. . ............  Kelowna, Ellis Street. .... ............."...'.  Armst.rong,;v:Wolfendeii;,Blk:.;.;. ...;.;.-..; .;.  Vernon, Pleasant Valley Road... . ..:... 7.  Lumby, School  .......................  Kelowna, Lot 4, Plan '139, Kamloops. . ...  Kelowna, ] .idbam's.. 7. ... ..............  Okanagaii Ldg., Str.; Aberdeen . . ....... . ���������������������������  A'ernon, Victoria Hotel;. .............  Okanagaii Mission; Spicer's Ranch .. ... ...-  Kelowna, Sec. 2G, Tp. 2G   ..  Salmon Arm, S. W. V.  Sec. 13, Tp. 29.. . .  A'ernon. McQuarrie's Ranch   Cherry Creel . Stansfield's Ranch........  Carpenter  Labourer   . . . ;  Farmer      Watchman   .;  Labourer  Labourer  Carpenter  Labourer   . . ...  Farmer   . . . . .  Lumberman   .  Horticulturist  Farmer      Labourer  Farmer      Teacher      Farmer      Farmer      Carpenter .. . .  'uSJTaggart, Albert  .85jTnylor, Jamos '  'i95|Torry,  Edward  liomas.  Toward, James  ,   Thi hod cau.   Peter   Thicke.  Alfred      Thicke.  Alfred  Ernest   Thomas,  Thomas      David      John     David  Randolph.  Joseph AVatkin. ,  Fred     nrry  35 9 G  3 600  3 001  3002  3 COG  3(11 2 Thomas,  30 l3iTliomas,  3G15!Thomas,  .".6 I G-Thomas,  3017JTIiomason  UilSjThompson  William  3619|Tho.  pson,      3027|Thompsoii, George A.  3 028[Thompson, David      3fi3HTIiompson,  Henry     2il32iTliompson. George Percival.  3(i34lThompson, Arthur ..���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  3G35!Thoinpson, Hugh Cranmor. .  TColowna,  Iiernani Avenue. ..............  Armstrong, Salmon  River Ward. .... .. ..-..  Okanagan .Mission, Postill's Ranch. .'. .....  Gellatlv, Gellatly's   Summorland, Lots 9 nnd 10, Blk. 52, Lot 15;  ullcar, Grafton Farm   Penticton, Tlio B. C. Hotel. . .... . .... .-. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Summerland. Lot 4 55    Vernon, Aberdeen' Ranch ���������������������������  Vernon, Whitoman's Crook. ..............  Vernou, Coldstream  Hotel. ... ...........  Vernon,-Seventh- Street. . , .... ..... -.-. .'..-. ���������������������������  Salmon Arm, X. 10. V,  Soc. 19, Tp. 29, R. 9. ,  OI<nmii_irLdg.._Slr. Aberdeen. . ..   KeTowTiifTi'''Midozi^Sl rr. t"77:"r.":"7-"."7v-7-.--rr;-.---,  Kelowna, Glenn Avonno   Vernon; Coldstrenin Hotel   Penticton. Lots 23 and 24, Blk.  IS, Alain St  Kelowna,   lllock  22 . . ,   Kelowna, Lot 122 ...,...........:���������������������������  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Kelowna, .Mill Street. . , ���������������������������  Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel. .   Vernou, Coldstream  Ranch.- ���������������������������  A ni, :;t rong, Fletcher's . inn. Spallunichoon. ,  Vonioii, Coldstream Hotel   Armstrong, Mark Hill's Ranch   Kelowna,  Lake View  Hotel. .   Kelowna, Suu-llf!.  Street   Armstrong, Meighan Road   Okanagan   Ldg., Sir.  Abordoon   Gellatly, Gellatly's   Vernon. Vernon  Hotel  ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Penticton, Fairviow   Vernon, A'ieforin Hotel   Okanagan Ldg., Near C. P. R. Wharf   Vernon, Okanagaii   Hotel   Armstrong,  1  Mile North   .lackinan, Thibedcau's Ranch, Cherry Creek..  Vernon,  Coldstream   Estate   Vernon.  Coldstream  Ranch. .   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel   Vernon, Mission Street ���������������������������  Enderby, lOndorby Hotel.  Summerland, JO.   '/_  Blk.  Kelowna, AValer Street   Enderby, Cliff Street. . .   Vernon, Railroad Avenue. . .  A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel..  Kelowna, lllock 33   Vernon, A'ernon Hotel   Okanagan Centre, Sec. I, Tp.  A'ernon, Maple Street   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel. .   Whiteman Crook, I), G. Eaton's Farm,  Rancher    Labourer   .... .  Cigar .Maker.  Telegraph   Oper  Rancher . .... .  Ra'nchcr   Stableman   ....  Labourer   . : .. .  Touch or   . . . .���������������������������'. .  Electrician   ....  Marine Engr..   .  Labourer 7'. .. .  Labourer   .....  Labourer     Clergyman.,  Teacher  ......  Boat  Builder.. .  Boat  Builder.. .  Farmer   . .....  Rancher .... . ., .  Farmer:.:....  Labourer  .... . ,  Labourer  ........  Farmer   . . . . . . ,  Fruit Grower ...  Farmer   .....  Book-keeper   . . .  Farmer   .; ;. .  Farmer,;.: .77,  Farmer   ... . .-..  Mate    .... .  Labourer   ......  Teamster t.  Deck  Hand. . .-.-. .  Plumber   . . .. . .  Labourer  ......  Labourer   Carpenter .; . .7 .  Carpenter ..... .  Bill'rd Hall Prop  Mill AVright   ..<;���������������������������,  Painter ..-"."; ....  Farmer   ....  Farmer   .... .-..  Agent".. .......  Blacksmith   ....  Teamster   .... .  Dairyman- . . .-'. .  Farmer ". . .....  Teamster ".".;'..".'.;  Labourer   .;.;.".  Farmer; . ... . ..  Farmer   ... . . ..  Labourer   ......  Farmer 7 .-'.���������������������������. 7..  Labourer- ... 7.  Miner  ..; ..''-... .  Labourer   .... . .  Labourer:.. .7: .-���������������������������;  Farmer .; 7; 7.7;'  Carpenter ������������������������������������������������������'.'. . .  Farmer ... . . . . .:  Carpenter ;.;....  Clergyman :.; . ..  Carpenter .7.7..  Labourer;;;.:.:;.".  Labourer ;; .',..;,.  Firemah:..:. 7. .7.  Farmer7.7;::;7';:7  Prcsbyt'n -Minist'  La bo u rer 77.:.;'.;;_ :  Labourer:7:777.  Farmei-:;;,.:. ;7-;..  Farmer 7. ..::. 7.'  Butchei-77.'-. .77'  Miner'; -....;.;...;.  Farmer   7. ... .;'.  Labourer i...;:...'"."'"; ���������������������������  Labourer   . 7.7 :.  Farmer 7..;; . ; .  Farmer;" .7Tf;-.7'".i  Bridge Carpenter  Aliner: ; ;.....:.. .  Farmer '"���������������������������'.'���������������������������'.'-'. ���������������������������'���������������������������...-'.���������������������������-.".������������������������������������������������������  Farmer   ......'.-  Labourer   .... ... ,  Labourer   .i;. .-.���������������������������',  Lumberman  '.'.. ..  Laboureri . :. ."���������������������������."-,  Carpenter .7 . . .',  Logger  .7 . . ;���������������������������������������������������������������������������������. :���������������������������  Farmer   .-. i'..-..,v.'-.'.  Labourer  . . .... ,  Physician   .'.'.'���������������������������:". ���������������������������;.",  Cigar Maker.'-. .'..  Farm   Hand..;..���������������������������.,  Labourer ".:; ;7; .  Teacher  ....;..;-.-'.'  Farmer'"'. .:..���������������������������"..;. .  Orchardman   ;''"."'.".  Labourer   . ..... .  Machinist 77.V.7.  Farmer 7 ..''. .'.. .  Farmer  ::. . 7 .7  Farmer      Labourer '... .. i ...  Miner  .'.:.......  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.  Left Dist.  Lefl  Dist  Left  Dist.  Left.  Dist  Left.  Dist.  Left,  Lefl.  Lefl,  Left  Left  Dist.  Dist.  Dist  Dist  Dist.  i'ft Dist.  Dist.  Dist.  Lot  19.  Goolc^r. ;7:; ;7::.  Farmer   . ..'. .  Labourer  ......  Farmer   ... . ...  Contractor   . . ...  Farmer   .......  Carpenter 7  Clerk   ���������������������������.'.'..��������������������������� ;  Fruit Rancher .. ,  Rancher   Labourer   .... .-.  Barber .......   Fanner   .... ...  Labourer   Ea rill O r���������������������������rir-.--r-r'i-T-\  Gardener.  .......  Carpenter   ......  SI ore Keeper  Retired      Labourer      m-icklayer  ......  Jeweller   ........  Outchor     Labourer   Labourer     Fanner   ........  Labourer   .77 , .....  Farmer   ....  Rancher    Farmor      Labourer     Labourer      Carpenter   Labourer   ....;..  Left  Left.  Lert Dist.  .oft Dist  Loft Dist.  Loft 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.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist  On, twice  Dead  Left Dist.  Loft .Dist.  Left Dist.  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  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.  LeftDist",  LeftDist;';  On twice :  Left Dist.  Left:Dist;::  LefUDist.;;  Oii"twice7  Left Dist.7  Leftl-ist"  Left Dist,  Left Dist.  Left Dist  Left Dist;  Left Dist.:  Lert Dist.:,  Left.Dist..-.  Lett Dist.':  Lert Dist.  LeftDist.::  Left Dist.  Left Dist  On twice :,  Left Dist.  Left Dist..  Left Dist.  .  Left Dist  On twice  Left Dist  Left Dist. ���������������������������  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist:  Lert Dist.  Lert Dist  Lert Dist.  Lett Dist:  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  LeftDist. 7  LeftDist.  Left Dist  Left Dist.  Ok.  Co..  Soc.-Troas  Nursery  Labourer  ....  Merchant  AVaiter     Stone Mason   .  Farmor      Farmer      Stableman   .. .  Farmer      Carpenter  Lumberman   . .  Farmor   .....  Farmer   .... .  Farmer      Carpenter  Carpenter  Harness  Maker  Labourer  ....  Rancher    Painter      Farmer      Carpenter ... .  .iref-tr  T_rt  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Left  Loft  Left  Left  Left-  Loft  Left  Lert  Lert  Loft  Left,  Left  Left  Loft  Loft  Loft  Left  Left  Loft  Loft  Loft  Left  Loft  Loft  =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.  No.  3G36  3G45  3G4G  3G-1S  3 64 9  3 662  3GG3  3G6S  3 670  3 071  3.G73  3674  3 675  .. 0 1 1  3 6 SO  3GSS  NAME  Thompson,  Stevenson    .  Tozer,   William  aid   . . ..   Tickle,  George  Tidsbury, Frank  Tight,  James  . .  Toombs,   Edward  John  Fleming  Arthur Regin-  Simpson. . . .  Toombs,  Thomas Alexander  Tracy,  James Henry. ...  Traveller,  William  Louis. . .  Trayler, A. E   Treanor,   Frank      Treharno, 'Ernest Guy. ....  Trelford, Jonas   ..........  Trembley,   Edwin   Cowan..,  Trill. Thomas      Tupper,' Charles  Franklin..  3C>SOjTiirnbtill,   Leroy  George...,  36!il!Turnbull, Andrew    "..  3094 [Turner,   Henry   ....... .������������������������������������������������������..-  3t!!l7;T\veod. Frank  ...........  :i700iTyler. Thomas II   37iH il.'pton. Richard   37051 Gins, Joe   3711 WaleiiUuc.  Thomas   Fisher..  371:!!Vallery,   Andrew  Morrice...  371 IjVallie, Aldcric . . .  37 15jVan,  Frank   3718 Va'ii den Xest  3722 Viirnes,  James   . .  37 24 Viiuglian,  Francis  3720 Viivsoar,   Edward   .   3730 Venn,  Hubert John   3732 Vibcrth,  Harry  . ...    3731 Vickers,   Randall   Hugh Went-  worth   Waddington,  Hubert  Peter.. ....  Herbert.  Allan.  Residence  Profession  Objection  Summerland, Blk. 27, Lot 2196.  374 0  374 3 Wagner, Theodore  374 5 Waldriff,   Weslev   3750 Walker, SamuelEli. ..'...  3752 Walker, William 7. . . . . .".  7G0 Wallace, John Bond;. .7.  37G2 Waller, AVilliam .. .". .".".';-  37 63 Waller, AVilliam   . ... ....  7 65 Walsh, Thomas   .. ... .. . .  3777 Wathers, Richard  ..... .'.'  37G7 Walton,  George  Anthony.  3770 Wandell, John Henry. 7. 7.  3772 Ward; William   .... ..;:. .  3773 Ward, 'William   Edward. .  774 Ward, AVilliam Albert.. ..  3777 AA'areham, Edward Janies.  377S Wark, Arthur Goodwin. ...  3779 Wark,  AVilliam   Gregory. ..  754 Warren,   Omar Rathburn.,  755 Warren, Robert James. ...'���������������������������;  37S6  37S7  3792  3794  3799  3S00j  3S01  3S03  3S0G  3S07  3 Si 1  3S13  3S15  3.S17  3S20  3S21  3S2S  3S21.  3S32  3S33  Warren,  Herbert   ... . . .  Warren,���������������������������"���������������������������Arthur. Colliver.  Waterson. George7 . . 7. .  Watkins,   Pat   . . . .. ; . .';.  AA'atson, Kenneth   . . ;... .-���������������������������'  Watson, Wellington  . ...  Watson,  Peter   . .   Watson.Pefer .���������������������������.';. .. . .. . .  Watt',. James Henry... . .  Watt, Ovington   . . . . ..;.. .  AVeber,/Joseph: Boys. :���������������������������'-.-���������������������������.  AA'ebster, Andrew  .......  Webster/Charles AVesley.  Weddie, Alfred Jacob.7 ..  Xahun, On His Pre-emption 537S   Peachland, Lot 2, Blk. 9 . .7 .......'   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel .7   A'ernon, Coldstream  Hotel.   Salmon Arm, S. E.  V_of S. E. Viand N. E. "/_  of N.E. % Sec. 12, Tp. 20, R. 10, AV. 6th M.  Salmon Arm, X. E. % of Sec. 13, Tp. 20...  Enderby, Enderby Hotel   Vernon, Coldstream Ranch   Summerland, Blk. 43, Lot 3640   Vernon,  Okanagan  Hotel. .   Armstrong,   Armstrong   Hotel   Kelowna, Okanagan Mission, Lot 122   Peachland, Lot 5,  Blk. 912   A'ernon,  Okanagan  Hotel  ....  Kelowna,  Lake  View  Hotel   Vernon.   Seventh   Street. . '..  Rutland, Lot 20. Map 540   Ai nisirong, Otter Lake.'.   Vernou, Okanagan   Hotel. .   .Summerland, Hlk. ,1 1, .Lot 3040   Okanagaii Mission, Pyninn's Ranch.'....-..'.  Vernou,  Coldstream   Ranch.    .  Vernon. Railroad Avenue. .   Armstrong, Knob' Hill Road.   Lumby, Saw Mill. '.'..-   Vernon, Oknnagan   llotel.   Suninierland. Hlk.  20, Lot 174   Vernon, Maple Street   Xahun,  Lot   1292   Vernon, A'ernon llotel   Okanagan, O'Keefe's Ranch   Suninierland, Lot 4 55   Fruit   Grower.  Rancher    Rancher    Labourer   ....  Painter     Thomas . . -.....;.  Heiii-y Richard. . .  Frederick   George  Weeks,  Weeks;  Welch,  cival���������������������������:'........... ���������������������������.'...'.'  AVeldon, Arthur, T. ;_-7. .'..".:  Wellband, Thomas Richard  Wollman, Thomas Robert. .-  Per-  3534 Wells,  \Villi_m7Alexander.7  3535 AA'"ells, Alfred Louis.i ... .  3S3GJWelton. John Russell. ... .  3S3SiAVest, "William   .. ; ; .7. :. .  S39  3S4 0  3S4 3  3S4 4  3S45  3S46  3S47  3S49  AVest, Alexander 1.1 cKenzie...  West, 'Richard Ernest...'..'. .7.  AA'estgato,; Charles-Benjamin.  AA'estgate, Richard Garner. ..  AVeyman, AVilliam; Middleton.  Whaite,7Jolin7Henry; 7;; 7.7.  Wlialey, James Alfred ; 7..,:.  Wliatmore. Robert.-.   . ..'... 7 ���������������������������  Jackmaiv .Cherry Creek Mine. . ..  Short's Point,  Mc.Alullcn's Ranch  A'ernon,  Barnard  Avenue   Peachland,  Hawthorne Ranch...  A'ernon, T. Wood's Ranch   Kelowna, Pendozi Street   Okanagan Ldg. Strand Hotel,...  \Vhite A'alley. Spoor's Ranch. . ..  Peachland, Lot 1, Blk. 3   Okanagan Ldg., Short's Point. . .  A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel ,.  Penticton, McLean's Camp   Kelowna, Allan's House. . . .  A'ernon, AVhite A'alley, Ward  Summerland, Lot 1177, Blk.  A'ernon, Okanagan   llotel...  Enderby, Mill Street   Enderby, Faulkner's Mouse.,  Armstrong,  AVark's House..,  Armstrong, Warren's Farm.  Armstrong,   Warren's   Farm,  Place     Armstrong, AVarren's Farm,  Armstrong, AVarren's Farm...  A'ernon, Coldstream Street. ...  A'ernon, Coldstream Estate. ... .  A'ernon, Coldstream Ranch   Naramata, Lots 12 and 13, Blk.  A'ernon, Douglas Hill Ranch..  A'ernon, Douglas Hill Ranch..  A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel. ...  Kelowna,  K. L. O. Ranch....,  A'ernon, Coldstream  Hotel   A'ernon. Sully Street   A'ernon, Okanagan   Hotel.  Salmon Arm. ST AV. % Sec  7 9, AVest Gth AI   Okanagan Ldg., Str. Aberdeen  Penticion, Martin Street   Farm.  ,   late   Croziei-'i  near Armstronj  20, Tp. 20, Range  1S50 AVheelens.,James: Cummings;;  3S55 AVhite;: Ebenezer7.William.;7:;;  3 S 5 G Wli ite, "..Matthew? 7.77:;;..:;..;  3SG1 AVhite, James:7,. ____..___..>  3562 White,: AVilliam   .. . ;::.7.'...'".������������������������������������������������������  3563 AVhite,  Charles .Reginald .;.  S64 AVhite. Harry--.:'.;:.7.:.v:7:7.  3S69 Whitehonse,  George Hayward  3S73 AVhitridger William"; Oscar ;:; ..  3S77 AVilbaiul,   Burns  Thadeus. . . .  3S79 AA'ilds,Albert .lames. . ... .;���������������������������'.' ���������������������������'.  SS0|AVilhelm,'A\'aldemar. :.:.;...;:  3SSl|Wilkens, Duncan; . . ;.; ... .;.  3SS4|Wilkinson, Thomas Loyzelure.  3SS6Wilke,:: John:.Charles.;:......:..;  3S90|AVillcock,��������������������������� "Stephen; Archibald.  3S9T|Willc6ck, Elmer "'.";7'.::.:...  3S92|AVillcock,: Ethelbert :.. .'.'. ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������  3S93|AVillcocks, Charles  .. ...��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������:��������������������������� -  3897|AVilliams,   C.   N.'.'. . . .;.. .777..,  900  3901  3905  390S  3909  3910  3917  3920  392'1  3925  39 2  3 9 3 2  3933  3936  3937  39 3S  _939  3940  3947  3950  39 51  3952  3953  3954  3961  39 G2  Williams; Thomas Rico...,.';. ;  AVilliams,  Bertram  Leopold.  AVilliams, Noel'-'. . .: . . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  AVillis;.Harold Arthur.:.,:.;:.  Willi ."FredericArthur.;;:: .  AVillis, Francis Knowles. v ;.  AVilson,"Andrew   :. .. . . . . .-.-  AVilson, John:., v. ..:.;,..;. ���������������������������'���������������������������  AVilson, Harold  . . . ...... . ���������������������������  AVilson; AVilliam   .......-. .-'.���������������������������; ���������������������������.  AVilson Albert .. .. . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  AVilson, Norman Humphrey;,  AVilson, George Henry.. ... ��������������������������� .  Wilson, George Alexandor...  AVilson, AVilliam Collis. . ."'.  AVilson, Frederick Sumner. . .  AAM1 son.ll a r-r-y=Pr-Gd er-i fe=^_==  Wilson, John Auld. ........  Winslow, John   ..... .. . ....... ���������������������������  AVinters, Thomas Bath.......  Winter, Christopher   ..'   Wiseman,  James  Barrio......  Witt. AVaiter   AVitter,  Hamilton Mu 11 roe.7 ...  Wolrige, Edward   . '.'...... .". .  Wolrige, Frederick   3964|Wolverton, Charles Vanesdale.  396S!Withrow, Franklin      Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Dead  Loft Dist.  Loft Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Loft Dist.  Left Dist.  Loft Dist.  Loft Dist.  39 69  3970  3971  3972  3973  3975  397(1  39S6  3992  3994  3995  3997  4000  4 005  4000  ���������������������������1013  4 010  ���������������������������1017  40 IS  4 024  AVithrow, Franklin  ........  Wood, John William Hugh..  WoodHiunry-Lewis..... -���������������������������  Wood,  Thomas  William....  AVood,  Walter Frederick.. . .  Wood, Einon Alexandor. . ..  Wood, John  . . . .' '���������������������������'."��������������������������� ���������������������������  Wooten, Clement Fanshnwe.  AVright, John    ,. .'   Wright, Harry Albert     AVright, Frederick Gordon ..  Wright, George Emanuel.. ..  AVrigley, David   Yates, Frederick  ..   Yeld,  Gilbert declare   Young,   William   Christopher,  Young, Julian 7   Young, William James   Young, Samuel .   Zimmerman,  Otto Fisher   A'ernon, Barnard Avenue   A'ernon, Okanagan  Hotel   Naramata, Lots 13 and 14. Blk. 3. 210   Enderby.    Wellman's   Farm   2   Miles   from  Enderby     Coldstream  Hotel   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel ���������������������������  A'ernon, Seventh Street   A'ernon,  Pine Street   A'ernon, Coldstream Estate   Penticton, Lot 79, on Flat   A'ernon, Coldstream Estate   Vernon, Coldstream Estate   A'ernon. A'ictoria Hotel   Armstrong, Rosedale Avenue ������������������  Kelowna, Ellis Street ':   Enderby,   AVhatmore's  Ranch   V_   Mile  from  i> Enderby   Endorby, Cliff Street    Enderby. Mill Street. .   A'ernon, O'Keefe's Ranch   Peachland, Lot 24 in Lot 11 SI   Gellatly, Okanagan Lake   Armstrong, Okanagan Street   Kelowna, Lawrence Avenue   A'ernon.  Coldstream  Ranch   Okanagaii Centre. Lot 1 . . . .;-.   A'ernoii, Fuller Street   Kelowna Palaco Hotel   Summerland, Lot 3 64 0 ,   Naramata, Lots 13 and 14, B1K. 55, L. 210.  Kelowna, Okanagan Mission, L. 24   Kelowna. Lake A'iew Hotel   Kelowna. Lot 4 5 ���������������������������'���������������������������  A'ernoii, A'ictoria Hotel   Hullcar, Grafton Farm '���������������������������  A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel   Summerland, Lot 4 55   A'ernon, Long Lake   A'ernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Coldstream, Kidston's House   Nahun,   His  Ranch   Armstrong, Graham' Farm, P. A'. Road   Armstrong. Graham Farm, P. A'. Road   A'ernon, O'Keefe's Gate Cottage   A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel   Okanagan Ldg., Wilson's Farm   A'ernon, Wilson's Farm, Mission Road   Enderby,  Enderby   Hotel   A'ernon, Coldstream   Hotel   Okanagan Ldg., S. S, Aberdeen   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel   A'ernon, Price Ellison's Ranch   Penticton, Lot 4, B. D. on Lake Shore   Oka nagaii^Landiiig._S._S_._y.o.rk_.. ...���������������������������__...���������������������������__.___���������������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������_.  Farmer      Farmer   Logger      Labourer      Labourer   .......  Bar   Tender.. . . . .  Farmer      Labourer   .......  Fruit  Grower.. . .  Labourer   .......  Photographer   . . .  Labourer      Labourer   .......  Farmer"  .  Painter  .... . . . ..  Fruit  Grower. . ..  Rancher   Farmer   ..... . . .  Fanner   ; . .'.. ....  Lime Manufact'r..  Labourer   .......  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J_ '"IVtt.  l.'!(Jin IV/0.  ���������������������������������������������'"MB IV Is,  .'"JIM 11 ii'1.".  ir       ���������������������������.  L* t.  L.' '        M.  Fanner      Mariner      Livery Stable Kpr,  Machinist  Labourer  Real Est.  Agent.  Enderby, Enderby Hotel.   Armstrong,  Railway Avenue   Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel   Vernon, Coldstream Ranch   A'ernon, Okanagan  Hotel   Kcjlowna. Blk. 34, Map 462, Ellis Street.  Kelowna, Glen wood Avenue ..'....  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue.   Kelowna, Lot 24 .. .:-. ���������������������������   Summerland, Lot 455. .   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel.. ...........  A'ernon," Okanagan Hotel..........  Armstrong, Patterson Avenue..... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Okanagan_Mission, Benvoulin.. . ..... I-  Kolowna, J. Conlin's Farm, Benvoulin...  Lumby, 10. 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