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Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly May 26, 1910

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 ��������������������������� ii  t.  ���������������������������    .;_-'' J  _��������������������������� ���������������������������  '   _/,  V  I ������������������������������������������������������ >    i  ^:o   "   \  #  _���������������������������_���������������������������_ i __fjrti^������������������_t_i  Enderby. B. C.,, May.2fi, 1910  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 13; Whole No. 117  Brief Mention of News  of Interest to Enderby District  Boost for Enderby District.  R. A. Chamberlin left. for Polti-  more, Que:, yesterday, to be absent  for some weeks.  - The first tennis game of the season  will be played on the tennis club  court next Saturday.  Miss Nellie- Hancock and, Mrs.  Proctor returned- from the Vernon  hospital on Monday.  Robert   Bailey   Sr.   last week suff-  ���������������������������ered several days from an attack of  blood poisoning   and   erysipelas.   He  is able to be about again.  Jas. C: English returned from Slo-  can City last week, where he was engaged in closing a general merchandise business for the creditors.  ��������������������������� H. A. Baxter - will "leave in a few"  days for "Portland, ������������������>re. He will proceed- to New York, and later go to  Florida, where he expects to winter-  ..The dog tax is now due. "The city  is" furnishing a bright brass tag to be  ing' rainstorm caught many of the  parties just at- a time' when the day  was becoming most interesting, and  made them scurry for home.  'Busy Session of City Council  Important Matters Decided;  The valuable   homestead   of H.  A.   .   .   , ,.        ..,_,.._.,.  farmer writing to the Department of j Baxter, situated about six miles from      A busyl meeting .of the City Coun  Agriculture at Ottawa for it. .   |Enderby up   the   Mabel'Lake-valley,   Cl1 was held   on   the   evening of the  Poultry Expert Jull was in Ender- !was   -solA   the    P*st     week.      .Paull18^-    Alderman   Evans   was elected  by the p^sfweek.   He has finished a   Stainer. bought %     acres,    Frank  actin_  mayor and took the chair at  very- successful lecture tour over' the ' Shanky 40-acres, and Frank Ornst 40  Province,   and   reports having orga-' acres.     These -gentlemen are late ar-  nizcd three associations in the past  late arrivals. .They bring their fam-  few weeks, bringing the total number !llies Wlth them, and are preparing to  now organized up to ten.   The poul-,erect suitable   homes;    They are en-  trymen throughout the province are . deavoring to .learn ' where   the pro-  ' posed government road'' to Trinity  Valley will cross' their places, so as  to erect their * homes - on convenient  sites. Any, information the government road superintendent could "give  exhibiting great interest in the movement to better the - condition of- the  industry. - , <  James R. Linton is closing some of  the head ,������������������of the table. There were  present Aldermen Blanchard, Hancock and Hutchison.  A. Sutciiffe was present and asked  permission to address the Council.  Hc stated that he was of opinion  that there had been some misunderstanding in reference to the amount  of his remuneration for the work of  through. Mr. Moffet that the petition-'  ers submit a definite statement of the"  entire scheme   of   modification" which  they propose, to -ask    the court, to  sanction in registered map-188^  *  Public Library commissioners were  appointed as follows: Rev. Mr.Camp-  ! bell, Rev. Mr. Gifford, Mrs. E. Lawes  i Mrs. H. N. Hendrickson-, . Dr. H. W>  ��������������������������� Keith, W. E. Banton and H.R. Ac .-"  ���������������������������man. ��������������������������� -"  j    In the matter   of    assisting"in the'"  establishment of a-. Cottage'Hospital"  the biggest contracts ever handled in ; them would be' thankfully received, as  this   section,   for   cedar poles, fence i it would enable them '-to proceed at  once-with1 the erection of their buildings. . '-���������������������������  posts and piling. He has just signed  up on a- three-year contract which  will mean about $30,000 a year to  our ranchers who have land to be  cleared .up. Mr.������������������,Linton ".will establish permanent headquarters at Enderby and operate his various camps ^is? whTch was  irom tins centre. | plications   of   the    most   dangerous  For-.the first time in twenty years  type.   Dr.    VanKieek   was    called in  the people of   Enderby-spent a .quiet ' consultation    with .Dr.   Keith* .and  auditing the 1909 accounts, and asked [in Bnderby, Aid. Blanchard as chair-1,  that the matter might be reconsider-jman of   the   special    committee aped,  as .he felt that an injustice had   pointed-  to    investigate, reported as  been done him in the matter.   Action  ! was postponed   until  ling of the Council.  the next meet-  follows:  "We  Sewell  are, of    opinion-''   that   Mrs:  is entirely a suitable person  _,,,.,         . ._  ,      , ���������������������������,       T       i    t������������������,t    r.i- 1,4.1                 a    ���������������������������_'*"    '   j.  tto have charge of such an Institution  The baby boy of Mr  and Mrs. Jno-|    Mr. Gohghtly appeared and request-jand   we   consider   her   premises well  Hooper died last Sunday after an ill- ;ed permission to close the lane run-      ited- t    the,pUrpose.      She informs-  ness of   several 'days      The    illness  mng through his hill property.   Mat-  -us that it is her intention to build a  started with a virulent   ��������������������������� ���������������������������     ��������������������������� ���������������������������     -.i.i.i-  put on   Towser's   collar. '    Buy   one-; 24th.   Every available rig in town��������������������������� every" effort made to .save-the life of  inst  and. make even" the dogs look-prosperous."   -'- "~    --,"���������������������������    ':  R. R. Gibbs made a trip to Revelstoke last week and returned with a  contract to furnish-300,000 bricks for  the new. school .house to be erected in  that city. . ��������������������������� . ,'     /       ,'.*'- "  Rev: Mr. Gifford has accepted a position as professor in. the New' West-  , minster.college.   His.place in the Enderby circuit   will   be filled by Rev.  Mr. Connor.  C. G. Piper, ���������������������������a painter .and paper  hanger of Old Country training, arrived in Enderby this.week, "and has  taken charge of the painting work of  J. F. Turner. '  -   S. Robertson, late of Southern Alberta, "this .week   purchased the"160  acre homestead of A. .Stroulger, situated four miles ."up the Mabel Lake  valley, at.$25 an".acre.  Wm. Ellison has purchased the  McVeigh cottage adjoining the pretty  Wheeler home on George street, and  will continue his tailoring establishment in his new,quarters.   Chas._E.._Strickland _has. concluded  to cut up his river-shore property  adjoining the town of Enderby to the  north, in one-acre blocks, and will  put the property on the market at an  early date.  Mabel Lake valley is developing  fast, and the Government would render great assistance to the settlers if  the Trinity Valley road to connect  with the Mabel Lake road, were open  this summer. -        ���������������������������  The time has been extended until  Saturday evening at 7:30 for the receipt of tenders" for the construction of  the proposed road on the Lawes' hill,  also for the removal of the bandstand  from the City Hall to the river bank.  The ice cream social and afternoon  tea to be given by, the Ladies of the  Presbyterian church on June 1st,  will be given on the lawn at the  home of Mrs. F. V. Moffet. Ice  cream will be served afternoon and  evening.   Band in attendance.  A number of Enderbyites took in  the sports at Kelowna on thc 24th.  All report having enjoyed a delightful day and evening. A performance  of Gilbert &- Sullivan's opera The  Mikado, was given in the evening by  local talent, and high praise is expressed for the company.  Jas. Johnson wishes the statement  corrected. He was not assisted in  his suit for 50c against the pound-  keeper by Attorney Banton. He conducted the case alone. Mr. Greyell  also wishes it to be understood that  the troublesome Bossies had lots to  eat if they didn't have anything to  drink.  H.���������������������������,E. Waby is the only pure-bred  stock breeder listed from Enderby in  the Dominion Live Stock Directory,  just issued, and   he   Is credited with  everything but Hezekiah Elliott's' ox - the little - one. . Diphtheria-was feared  ent.type of bron-j ter postponed pending general settle-.'bath rooni   as   an   addition   to the;.'  followed by com-J ment of. thoroughfares in the Lawes'   house    We recommend that the city  - msion. ,    . ."        .'provide the furniture for two wards,  In accordance   with the decision of  [Q be    laced in Mfs. Swell's charge  the Council at the meeting on the 7_h   {or tio_pitar. purposes and to remain  .  a profile plan, oi tne- proposed ,���������������������������the .property of the city.     We also  -  L?*_^__^ that the city supply .Mrs, _  team," aud   IT. was "spoken for���������������������������was "and Dr. Keith sent a culture from the   was submitted by Surveyor Williams,.; yeweu w^th water free-of charge  or.__(ro_'  +r_   _������������������__T,T������������������_r    lionntr    ____������������������ri _/������������������_.__������������������*_.     fn     _.Villrl*G        _���������������������������___������������������__������������������__��������������������������� +���������������������������__���������������������������      __���������������������������__!_        Pir..rin_  iol       _>i_/_ _it i r* tr    +_____       ___*___._tc_   r   __f     _���������������������������!___    wi __���������������������������__ 4-_.__f_   ! .  ������������������   <  engaged' to carry happy picnickers to child's, throat - to" -tlie Provincial  the various'points, of interest-in the Board of Health, who pronounced it  neighborhood of town. . A party, of free from ' diptheria bacteria!' An  nine" enjoyed al delightful day-'atJVIa- older- child-, and Mrs.'Hooper were  be ."Lake.-a_other:;of-13 picnicke'd/ori. also -afflicted,-.' but-both'-are .now out  the grassy-banks'of the,'Spallumcheen of "danger,  at the .ranch" of Frank Hawes;.".triers'  climbed the- Cliff; others fished in the  ' trout holes on Deep Creek, and. oth-  I ers of two and no more were scatter-  j ed in- all   the   cosy - nooks along; the  river and. up the canyons.   A drench-  We    wish . to-  express   to   all -- our  heartfelt thanks .'for the great'kind-  to it.  Work to be completed by July-  ness shown to us in our late bereave- !l5th. Tenders to' te received up'to  ment and. the   illness   of   our little   May 25th.   ' -' '���������������������������'  ones.,    -���������������������������    MR. and MRS:.HOOPER    I* It was - decided,    also,- to request  snowing the grades of the. right-of- . It was decided to ad t the r^t<  way selected by the Council. It was I and t'c. ca.ry out the recommendation-  decided to��������������������������� call -.for - ��������������������������� tenders for, the contai_.ed - therein, subject tb.; Mrs>i  construction of the road 12 feet wide, 8ewell /entering- into a .proper" legal-  and the. clearing of the> nght:of-way - mel*lt "which is -to"-govern in-ttie/  its full width of 24 -feet. ^ -Any rock ! jitter - -   v n"  requiring blasting to remove, to be , ^ Usj. o{ the ^ecessary-'art'icles-fdrV.  left in place and the- rtfad- graded up ' furnishing ��������������������������� the   wards   was   ordered . ���������������������������  WALKER'S  WEEKLY  Published every Thursday at Enderby, the Gate-Way of the famous Okanagan, Land of the Bis Canadian Red Apple and the California of Canada  .    "      ��������������������������� '. - Entered ii. the Tost Office at Enderby. B. C. as second-class matter.  "In order to be poor in the Okanagan," you have to waste an awful lot of Time and Money."  . U.    M.    W   A.   _���������������������������   K   K   K    . |  1    -    ��������������������������� v__^s_-X'^ nl    The good old parson who asks  us  U to disbelieve   the newspapers is him-  ONE, MAN'S POINT OF VIEW Q self a deceiver,   or   he would not ac-   ; fi cuse the press   of   insincerity.   He   ^^^_>*n . I t working a sort   of   shell  game  is  upon  demned, by the parsons of punk piety  and false conception.  These parsons of "punk piety are  soul murderers. I have the greatest  respect for   the   preacher who carries  =������������������_  E^heard-^of^an__ndividual_-the--h___peppl_e_^ with  him  other day who, on being ad-: posed^ He must have a great deal of  vised to do a thing a better sham in his make-up. We havc been  way, surprised his friend by wanting in the newspaper business, and more  to know if' it was a new way,- and , or less closely associated with news-  stating   if   it    were   he   would have  papermen    for   nearly    25 years.   We  to be asked of "Dr. Keith, with price-  of each.      - -   -"  ���������������������������  . Alderman Blanchard proposed that ;  the City Bandstand be removed and ���������������������������  set-up on   the   river .bank.   Council -'  approved of   the   suggestion and de-,  cided ,to call for tenders for the work  Alderman Blanchard was authorized  to purchase the necessary furnishings - -  to complete the baserr.'ent of the City  Hall'.' .  Council   confirmed     the   action" of. ,  Alderman Evans as acting mayor, in  issuing   his   proclamation    regarding  the observance of Friday, May 20th,  the date of the King's funeral.    ,  A letter    was   received from Peter ���������������������������  Greyell, asking to bc relieved of the  duties of "poundkeeper,      Resignation  accepted.  It was decided to mow the grass "on   ,  nothing to do with it, explaining  that he had no use for anything new. He did not state why he  was so opposed to anything and  everything new, but intimated that  the old way was good enough for  him, and his friend had to leave him  without the knowledge he so much  wished to impart.  One is reminded by this incident of  gullible congregation  spect for him than I have for the  man working in the ditch who carries  peace, laugh and love about with  HIM in his work. And I have no respect for the person of punk piety  whether preacher or shovelman, who  carries damnation about in pious  pills of prayerful cant.  Thomas Dreir says, in writing  along New Thought lines: "A while  ago I received from a fiftccn-ycar.old  girl who lives out west, a letter in  which slie tole me of thc ill-health of  her mother.  " 'She is getting better every day,  to avoid every-'popular notions   of his congregation |but she would get better faster if the  in his work.   But 1 have no more re-j tlie recreation-ground-and-place-sand-  "jest growed-up in thc business." In  all that time we havc not met a  newspaperman who has not shown  more downright sincerity in his work  than nine out of ten of the parsons  we have come in touch with. Thc  difference is this: -The newspaperman  steps out beyond his readers, of times,  in an effort to show a better way,  while the parson,  through habit and  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir:    Would  you kindly mention through   your   columns that as  we are leaving   shortly   and have a  lot of worn  (some considerably and  some not '.so   much)   men's, women'  and children's   clothing which" we-"do"  not intend taking   with us,  we shall  be glad to give   it   to anybody who  really    needs   it   and   would care to  . have ,it, either through a hospital or  thing of   a   "new   thought" type of  and feeds them   on sweet-meats that ]fool women that came in did not al-1 similar authority, or on the applica-  rcasoning,   and   to   refuse to believe .tickle perverted  palates. j ways tell hcr   tliat   she 'looks like a j tion of any individual by letter stat-  anything the newspapers had to say j And as for the note of alarm re-'ghost,' or 'you look like a dead per- ing what they most require. Know-  about parsons and the churches. It I gating "New Thought," why, bless son.' Mrs. Notham came in yester- ing that many people who really need  must be admitted that the good old y������������������u- that is as absurd as it is blind, jday ancl told her she was looking thc things would feel some natural  farmer was quite   as sincere, and as   "The first   thing   you   should  know, fine and that one could see that'the | diffidence in   asking   for such things,  the good old parson who advised his  bowing to custom, simply follows thc  where it  ball field.  is   needed   to level up thc  CLOTHING FOR THE" NEEDY  reasonable as   the   good old parson  In the measure of the light they had  both spoke honestly.   To the farmer  who refuses to grow, there is no way  quite so good as the old way, and to  about 'new thought' is that it takes! walks in thc open air were doing her j will you kindly say that requests  PRACTICE to do anything with it'a world of good. After Mrs. Notham j from individuals will be treated in  that   counts."    Elizabeth   Towne  in |left,  mother   sang   and  laughed  and istrict confidence and none but the al-  the    June   Nautilus,    puts    it    very [acted better than she had for weeks.  nicely when she says, "New thought | "The thing that interested me in  the parson who refuses to see any lis a point of view from which you sec .this letter was the unconscious grasp-  good in anything that does not bear .the world and everything and every-  ing of the psychological truism that  the earmarks of the particular creed  which custom and habit have forced  him to    believe   is   the   only Simon  Pure article, there is nothing quite so ,see things as  bad.as   "new   thought,"    or   "new"  anything   elsef     New    thought,     or  thought of any independent nature, is  distasteful to dead parsons just as it  is to dead farmers or dead artisans.  It really makes very little difference  the nature of a man's calling.   If he  will not he will  not,   and that's the  end o' it.   But when he condemns a  thing because he does not understand  it, or finds   fault   with   another who  dares to hold a contrary opinion and  express it, that man is a dead man,  though   it   is   possible   he does not  body in it as 'members one of an- < thoughts arc things^ and that nega-  other,' as extensions of yourself, itive thoughts produce negative effects  New thought is a light in which you ! while positive thoughts produce poSi-  they   really arc.   But j tive effects,  new thought is not new���������������������������it is as old      "This woman after a visit from the  as the    world   and   older.   The only  negative   variety   becomes   more ill.  element of   newness    is its universal ;But when a positive visitor that ra-  recognition.     There   have   been   pro-'diates health, good cheer, vim, vigor [ shades,   fixtures  phets of   the   new   thought here and land energy comes around, she bright-' *  there  through all   the ages,   but to-  ens up and laughs and sings.  "And so I ask: Do you go about  helping folks toward the grave, or  do you help them to more life? Do  you  radiate cheer,   optimism,  inspir  lotee will know who got the things.  The things will   be sorted out and  ready for distribution about June 5th  Yours truly, W.  A. DOBSON.  day   everybody   is   catching the new  thought view of things."  In short, New Thought is the very  thing this good old preacher has been  having the largest Red Polled herd in know it. and would refuse to admit  the Dominion. A copy of this direc-.. it. The world of accomplishment is  tory may .be had by any breeder or I unknown to such a person.       .  praying for   all   his life: "Thy king-|ation,    hopefulness'."  Do    you   make  dom come, Thy will be done, on earth  as it is .in heaven." And coming as  it has���������������������������from the common people, and  not by flare of trumpets and bumptious piety,���������������������������it has been condemned  just as   the   Son   of   Man was con-  folks long to   see   you,   to talk with  'you, to watch your smile."  The thought back of this excerpt  on health ane. happiness, applies with  equal force to soul health. The wise  parson knows it.  ELECTRIC FIXTURES  I wish to announce to the people of  Enderby that I have concluded arrangements with the Enderby Trading Co. whereby they will handle a  complete line of my electric lamps,  and portables. Orders will be taken for any repair  work. Thanking you for past favors.,  and hoping' for a continuance of your  patronage, I am,  Very truly yours,  FRANK V.  MOFFET.  "We have the making of the finest  little town in the Valley at Enderby  if everybody will just boost!" said a  businessman the. other day. He told  the whole story.   Forget the knocker  '-��������������������������� j." _��������������������������� Maude De Vere;
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.))}< \\u* \\avh\ of I'ii^liinii. _u lie mistress nl'   Mini lmusc.
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wlu-ii ;ii   last. J.   (..'.
Jidicu.   find gone   In
hii(j I'rcqtit.illy  joiiin
.ii;,   .!'   lhc  ).������_aiit.it'u!
tlo\vfi'.   whiis . name,
hcr,  .she had Im.iuI
wiicn ui' wlicro she
iiwi'il   licr.   find
had biddfn her
Iiis city   lionio,
liersrli' iliiiik-
iMaudt'  Glen-
il- sconcd    lo
l.r .ore.  lliuiigli
could nut. I ell.
don I
Jii-1 liosuin foi* tin. unknown lady,
and _ie oi'tcn v.uiul. n .! if iliey
wouk! ever met. . Tlie doctor
tlmughi- of hor. too,--(.hough, of hor
oflen, ;md thou^hl of hcr hmjr. find
as Iiis IV. lings toward hor cliaii������_r.
;unl lie loariK.'d altci'wai'd Lli.il :-ii.
had _m'our,'ig. d him fur ihe sake of
l.ii'iiit.iiit' anwl.hor ni;m to torms !----
find lhat man, whose name the .inc-
icve r know. was a college
nol yr-t t wonly-onn.
"I hated hcr then,''' said
''hated this -Maude (.!londuwci
hex deception; in:. .1 couki not for
..N. her. find after Kaly died
sough, her again
of Sar .toga, am
Tin's I  hau
1 lefl: her in hor glory., find i.lirco
years fifiev married your departed
mother. .Maude. Glendower has
ncvei' married, and fit tlio ago of
forty has come Lo her senses, and
signified'her willingness lo become
my wife.--or. that is to sav. 1 have
. for
She was {.he star
no match For inc.
sense enough to see. so
covered shoulders, seemed ���������'to indicate that time had made an exception in her favor, and dropped
'her from its wheel.
"With a portion of her history the
reader is already acquainted. Early
orphaned, she was thrown upon thc
care.of an old aunt who.  proud of
jh.r    wondrous    beauty, spared  no
ipains  to make her    what,    nature
! seemed to will that she should bc,
jji coquette and a "belle.    At seven-
jfoen,  wo,  liner her  ;.'i  schoolgirl in
iMev. Haven, where she turned tho
heads of all the eollego-boys,   aiul
! hoi.    immnu rod    because    one,    a
daik-eyed youth  of    Iwonly,  wilh-
ln.d    from    hor  the    homage    she
c-l.-iiined a.s  her just duo.    .In  fi lit
of pique she besieged a staid, handsome young _V1 ..I.., (if twenty-seven
who  had  just commenced  to prac- j
tise  in   the city, and who,  proudly j
keeping himself aloof from the col-1   ���������             ���������-��������� ���������=
lego-students,  knew nothing of U.c.������,. 0.ir readers.    De had arrived in
youui   she  bo   much  fancied.     Per- jTroy on the western train, and wrii-
feclly intox-icalc'd with her beauty, ; ton  her a. note announcing his  in-
ha   offered   her his hand,   and  was j Li.m-_I.joii   to  visit her  that'evening.
repulsed.      Overwhelmed  with dis- j]--nj. this visit Maude Gleudower had
appointment  and chagrin,  lie then i arrayed herself with care,  wearing
and located himself at a  j.;^ .sjjk dress    of    crimson and
The Finest Flavoured Tea
"SALADA" is hill-grown tea���������grown on plantations high up on the hills in,the Island of Ceylon.
The leaf is small and tender with a rich, full flavour.
is always   of unvarying good quality
tent   with   common   tea   when   vou
Will you be con-
gct "SALADA"?
inlormcci l.o
soften  toward!
probably   would
I second time.    Now. Maude 1
' |on.   I   !,_,_.  ,',.l,f
lef; the cm-
Laurel J-Iil'l,
the   selfish,
whore no.w wo find him
Dr.   Kcn-
blae-k���������colors well adapted  to    her
"He saw ine at tweofv-fivo.    ].c
lint in  after years  Maude  Glen-j s]u,]j  no(/ t\iin]- mo gmil;iv ,.|iavj_ed
dcwe.r  was -punished  for thai  act. j Bi,,cc then.-''  she said-   as over-her
B Treat
my sister lhat- she !
nut.  refuse  me    a!
so  did his    mannei
th-. dark-haired girl  who bore    her
name, and who he begun a I hist to :,,,���������.,. u,|.  ,mi| _,.m, (_np
fancy resembled hcr in more point:-..' htj\M.r. remarked
ceasing   loj SCJls(.t ..^  ivi'jj  kc(,p,(ll(. Micv(il   lh
incli.UM.ucoj is .. ina>:il|, ui' mi,K> whcn  .invlhin
Tmo    dark-haiied   "student    she so;i:,rir(.  )iet-k and arms she  threw
much loved wa.s wedded to another. ! exquisitely .  wrought-    mantilla
iincj  with  a  festering wound within
than  one.    -Maueie- wa:
be an object of perfect
to him.    She was an ingaged young:
lady, find, as such, enttied to more j
respect   than  ho   wjis wont-  to   pj:yi.,���������
hcr,  jind  as  the   days wore  on   lie
b.iran  to have   serious- thou a1
ifive iohrye.! this, becfiuse I. j
ind il:; 1 j
you are ;i girl of j
icming-j])C,., ]JCa,.j,( s]10 p]ungC(| ;lt once in
t.-> the giddv world of fashion, slay
ing her victims by scores, and exulting as each new trophy of her power  wjis laid at her feel.     Sho
Tlie Glendowor  family   h;id  onco
heen  very    wealthy,  and    the  last
daughter of the haughty race glittered    with    diamonds    which had
liad.C0!1)e (.t, j10). fron1 }-JCi. great--.rand
For fifteen days. If you do riot wish to continue, costs you noth) ._;. 1 p.m- curing-
Catarrh. Uc������fi:e_B, Head N'olsos, und Throat
troubles, with a rci.arkol.t
new troatment. I want to send
b couriie of my treatment with
(wo instrnments, to every sufferer, by midl, all charges prepaid, to try IS days.
���������*-s*5 This isthofr . Trial Treatment
Si'iid'no money. Wilt* f..r my (ru
trlnl liealiucnt .cat, _;i__t- full d������-
u:iii<liun of yonrr.ii _.
Br. W. 0. Coffee, u$- Bes Moines, la.
visit 'Miss  Clei
if  I  like hc
d'i it, so
���������er iirime
well onongJi
l marry her at .nice
' an! gone, of cmil _e.
1 \\v\Y   "������ ll0;lH;: thc p(;nple said" aiul W!tl-1M':e.the.rJ and had been but rccen'tly
'Ji-aciv'   ;1 ni0l"kinS liUlgh pI'C thejught ot thc-,.CiSCl.    _,\nd  there she sat, bcauti-
vlVsH'.li  t|Iliot gV!lvc ',nid thc N(iV'' KriShlnd ! Fu-'   Maude Glcndowcr��������� thc  vularv
' V.      ,'ihilis,  where,   one moonlight  night. |0rt-.lsi.;,.���������<}���������_..  .v.-,tvi:.u ,,r t ho v,-.rl<l
mail nf the world
lvU   iiun
vou iilone
or n few-
sure   no one Jn
J   wi.-h  lo nee
YYf.nderingly. A'l.'uide followed
hini into ihe. pjulor, where hor ;is-
ionishmerit was in no wise dimin-
tis     .hutting    the  blinds.
i..hod  In-
died a few months before, ami its v,-j;0!.c. i]u. diamonds arc shining,
hor annuity ceased with her death, ������.j cou]d easjjr inisl.,kt. hiJn for
Mwndc. was almost wholly destitute. niy fa(.hc,..������ sho thought, ;i grav-
The limited    means    sho possessed | iiaircd man stepped into the  room
Olf-nrlf.-^v    ������-h'i   th_������. -_l-l   ,h,l,l,riwo,lld only suflicc <L<) pay hci* b.?}lvdi where he paused sin instant, bewil-
���������  ,'        ������o,     !l11  \,' ������y s"abuJ I For ii short time, and int-his dilem- \ dci.cd vlih  iV
nr__fr_mr~Tn*i_*T~i_iBii_in ���������������~nrj_ _>���������������������������    i n
Camphor Ice
"Dr. Kennedy,'"       exclaimed
iW.'iude. interruntiiig hini. "you
surely do not in ton tl fo present
yourself before the fastidiems   Miss
dr. pping the curtains, and locking'}.^
ciylho:.    She  would  say Xo. sooner than she did before.    You must
i he
door!    Maude  1
mil whon  hc
<-iu _o
;i ry.
to her    side
. to what il.'i
i rem
drew  Hi's c
she started up, (
was a preiimin-'
un-enure  new suit.    You can!
.... he glare, of . lisrht ;ind
na she thought of ncr old lover, J,L(lfJ disjilav of "pictures, mirrors,
a-id wondered if he coiild agaiii be |ta]:estry, 'rosewood . iind marble,
d"wn---sit down,
pered;   "J   want   fo  fell  you  .so.'ic-
thing,  which you must  nevei- men-
he world.     You   certainly
still enjoy
jhad.been  accustornod.      She  Jcnew
;his sister���������they had mot in  thc s;i-
111 i loons of Saratoga,  and    though   il
,    , .   ,,        , .. W01!,UU1 | hurl  hcr pride to do it, she at last
had over held, and that very alter  '
noon.  the. village merchant wjis as
12 Vaseline Remedies in Ttubes
Capsicum, Koratod. Mentholated, <. rbo-
lated, CumjiiioratiaJ, Wliito Oxido of /ino,
etc. Koch for special purposes. Write for
Free Vas_t_u Hook.
370 Craig St.AV., Muntronl
Dr.  l\onncdy was never in a con
i dition fo be so easily coaxed as now
Maude Cleudower'luid ;i  place
Iih lio.Jirt.  which no    other
11 eve-
Jut p:-
-i.-r I'iither.   l  slioui
-well, jinyway. thoro
pee;, of my being married,'"'' <"nd by
to ii-cm- j;:,-, ',]'���������] 7       r " "\""    '"" """I won.    He was rich, she had always' v].:c], li)C(; i^s V1CW
:h!lir tori  or died "VC nuMiad|'���������I-  -nl. as his wife,  she could      "Mrs      B _ klc'v    Maude .XJlcn-
...   :onr.  S...C.C >no.he,   died. ..,.��������� _.,.,���������. lhe luxu,.ies lo _wl.ic_l, she   tlljWf!|.:-, nnntj   h^{-  .stintcd hcl.,p]f
to gi-iitify her niece's whims, and
their surroundings had always been
of the most expensive, kind, so it
w.'irs not strange that Dr. Kennedy,
accustomed only to ingrain carpet,
and muslin curtains, was dazzled by
so much elegance. With a well
feigned start- the lady arose to her
feet, and going to his side, offered
sue. sat expecting him on the jhini' ]uM. h].1Ki s.lvinc. ^Yon aro
tiikIiL when  first we introduced hcrjDl    Kennedy. T am sure.    1 should
signified her willingness to be again
Uo'i   in   tlio  wont!.     .ion   certainly   <,���������.���������.!, ,,i     .   ,. .       ��������� ,     .     ,-��������������������������� iiuuie^cu.
havo  some  sense,   or   I   .hould  not I  . ; ^   .a', JlC P^". nous doctor s |     ,, ^ wecfcs crc Dl, Kcn.
irx,y.l vou.      Claude. . I am    going- f  "  ;    ' "������,lhc  V���������c* (,i     ' ,c  n������cs  ;.,������iy coiicjucrcd    wholly    his olden
Urn., i  .   I have ever, reason to be-;   '  .^ ot'  " l��������� storo-    Jt i;ce!!1^ ! grudge,   but  conquered  it he-had,
Ji. ve~-or rather.  I  should ,av  1,cr-  ' . f,\% '",>dc'1iI. "   mtmcy L(? .W* 1,utiand  sho  sat expecting bin. on  the
-    -       .    -Maude Jicin rmton    at    his o bow. ��������� .-..i.,     i ....   <-.._i   :���������i..,..i i i,���������_
is a pros-1
, .-ind idaudc Glcndowor in his mind, I
,,     ,.       ., ���������       ������������������ i    i   ,i    , e-( .:r,p.crecl at last, and the new suit ���������
thc tune tins crisis was reached, the:
perspiration wa. drop1].ing
Jii.  fi-ii-fhcad ;ii!ti i-hi.n.
. f.      .was  oought.    including    vest    hat.; WHY YOU ARE THIN ;
!l   l!(i]ll     l . i i, . ,,, .',,.'
, hi'Oih iinel all.    there is something;
"Vim iiro. certain you'll never tell
ami that there's no one in lhe
hiili."   siiiei   tli'-   duel or.   going     on
h-i' ;
(<iif i1
*-.���������a-n ti���������fill 11     one
f   there   was
���������ot u ruing l o iii- i;cat,
. I range   siiij'y    of ;i   nuu'Yi
l)f;i ill if ul     wiling    girl,   with
r7. rl-jiig���������
there. |
II-    l( Jill'
in luindsomo clothes very satisl'ac-
iory to most people, and the doctor,
when arrayed in hi.s. was conscious
of ;i feeling of pride epiite unusual
to him. Ou one point, however, he I
__���������:. ___.s_.ljiate,._'_'.h_c_wou_l_d._not _spoiI_'
ihavc known you .anywhere, for you
arc but little changed.''''
She meant to flatter his self-love,
though thanks to _ lav.dc Remington
���������  i for liaving insisted upon the broad-
DiscnsKos Causes of Thinness    anil !fi()l,h  suit<   j,c - |r:okcd  ^markablv
.ivo.s Now Method of liu.-n.ai.iiig ; we}]
W.ijrlit iiml    Koiiiwliiig  Out    t!ie;       '      (To bc ca���������Linucd.)
Form. I _, ���������:������	
tlj^Tby wci.iing lhem on the road. . |������n,S(.rin|ioii Aooomplisli. _ Wonders i
when he cniild ju,-t- as well dress at; ... '
:,n.������   h..lel
i.j;.'iiusti   lire   in
and ;i  >;iiin {.'loci n
h-.'t   hisii'oii^ eyes,
on lior bin
ller name, was ���������Alaude
A   treatment   which  anyone,    can
So    .Maude,  between    whom and   pri-'P"rc cheaply at home, lias been
limxeif there was for the time  be-1 f(,i,ml   tu  "'crease  thc  weight,  iin-
aniiciiblo understand-: P!'ovc Lllc health,  round out scraw-
ojii    nicolv    in '   his!11"'' ^uri?s> V,nProve the bust, brighf-
nu.k.   while J-lannah    and     Louis!011 'the-eyes .and put new color into
. i    . | ing quite an  ai
e-black ! ���������        '      ,    ,   .,
, , .i���������n  i mt..   packed  the
- Olcn-j ,.���������,.���������,.    ���������.,.;,,��������� -,.,
low-cr;  ai:<. ������������������vfv;:-rs ago sue.--won -his ' ,     ,     ���������      ������������������--���������   ������������������-:-1 '-������������������--. ,    .   ._-.-'���������-    , . ��������� i ,������,i (O-ieeks -and  lin . of anvonc
v .-.���������   , .:..���������. ���������         ,             ,.,'looked on wondering what it could ���������L" '.. LI1C<-   ��������� ,.  ������������������-,,-     ���������>   "
oyiy, Joadinu; hiiiij.natKl  (in   until j)!i(>;ini  rt ,s tou thin, and .bloodless. .  J.t
 T-]-,E_\ __r-H������S-E &]^-J'r?Srt���������
Keep Avarm.
I'.at regularly and slowly.
Maintain regular bodilv habi'js
AVai !������������������������!), Out.
-  Feb. mil.
''1 had n horse that
h..(! n  Spavin for   a
U)������K tiuii.' :iml I hail
' lrif<i lifarly every   _imi uf mcdicitic
when   ?.   neighbor   luld   mc   to  uac
K'eoil.'ill's S];nviti Ciirr, wliich I ������lhi
������uil li jeled wondcrtnlly."
m. kosi-:ntiiai_
K_nd_sr_   Sp&vln C*jre is no
unlricU c._prrim. ������I, but is the world's
.laixlaiil  remedy for all Swellings,
Sofi Hiincliesniid l.niiimt-ss in lior.<c
nnd man.
Used the world over for 40 years.
livery f;ir_icr, stockniau, express-
jnan.   livery   pioptietnr   and   horse
' owner    generally   should   keep    it
always on hand,
?l. a boUic-G for $...    Ask your
di-alcr for free copy of our book "A
Treatise On The Horse"���������or wiite us
DR. B. J. KENDALL CO.   56
Ennsburg Falls,    -    Vermont.
Take early and light supper:, cr,
better  still,  none  at all.
i������_    _*_ !_____'Bi W&H M __ ������ _ W8B A Coring used the _a .to u-- lcmo.i (,-r vj-.nil
__    /___ ______ Sf       __ e_fe*_ __ % dissolving  .rnnulnted si n;ar hi watt.  >.
__   t _ f^ __lr B _l_  __ __l.i5_ _a_ at*di_K Maplninc, a dciicious ������yrupi_it>������i.ioa
������������������>. ��������� _K-f_ ra^  __ Si     _3 ___?__ I_^ a syrup betttrlhan ninii'c.   Map.'oineiss-.i.)!d'
- .11- ��������� n-������-i- to^iiirKt- ���������ic-r-iMuHiiv losi/lu/ii-f���������-77,^,-7^ Vi'tr���������--^--p^v------^-----"-^--^---
1 '       1       ,- !       ' ho Millennialis comm , or, olsc
or ,". niiincan pav ;i woiimn- I. v 01-;,   . ��������� ������������������,     . .    , ,,      . , -:.
1   ��������� lies gom   a   coiirfin ,    said H.an-
.    , nail,  anel    satisfied    that- she was
leioil  lu r  lu.'-  Iioart,   his  hand.
-no n
0 01-
i'ully, (.���������or.foriijii.iioiit!;.' rol'ti-
right, she went back to thc kitchen,:
lli-_foirthose^\\dio have-becn^always
thin whether from disease or natural tendency, on those who by heavy
JOJiling iinel diet have  in vain-tried
1_ )V,D\l I.C 7, ...A  Ci!?)-;
KN.M)!;Si-;i>  15V  PMVSICIANS.
while Louis, catching at once at herjLo i������cfc������sc; on those who feel wc
1 i.n-.t'cairt got hit; and on those who
have; tried every known method in
iiying his
begged of
laniiiih had
I'.   A.   K
(lis Wl.tl
: :���������IK':1
".������, i>.
in  in-.'it-
sulicriiig ,
fourteoii ;
!').   I).   l).-i
Iv-l.ti 11,.
ing jiiii
tion :
"Thero wa
from ei::M'i;i;i
yc.'U.-, and i
treiitinoi:).. ! ai^o i'
man of '.V:,.l. i.Mdu!
lias l.)!"..-n sitfiiM-ing v
Iiis fool; and the .-;���������(
iu both 0.",;_.-:������������������ I'loan.'.
most itb-������-.!::to!y. Tho lir:U application i.-' :i bal'iii. and ii>; :.i.".M.hing of-
is  beyor.d   ; x))ro:;^ioii.     1  sh;t!l
a man lion
fo;1  lh"  !a.
.ijMdiod  ill'.'
jiivo  aiip'ioii  it  to ji.
'inn'.,  ^lio:. j'
loci, .heg.'in to cry, and
head on his sister's lap
Ium' tu fell him if what .1
-aid wore true.
Tu hiin. it seemed like-trampling
! on the little 'grave, beneath the willows, and il leepu'reel all Maude's
powers of porsuJi.sion to 'dry his
fears, iind soothe; the pain which
over;- child must feci, when first
llu      ' ...
linn.,   v. no
i'!o .('.-na  hi
t l'.vJi Mnollf
������������������kin  ii!-!
���������   know  that    the  hist mother.
:;o. memory they so fondly cliei���������-
i.s to bo succeeded by another.
no\ ei��������� bi-
it among
v.' 1.1
> i ���������, i i ���������   . .
ni.'-.\- i
fer. from eo/.i'ma. '������������������
vol'ii), etc., you wi
soi tlo.'d and th
onco whon '," tew dv
porii'.i of oil oi w:
mol glyoorino, ilc.
r.ui cs js.il : c ni !.(������ In
|.-'o:' f'.-'.o trial hot
Vroser ipti(Ui
Mil  :-:hail   i:"c
.'iUi.gol h.'-r.
ibiy  you   ^nf-
i!i.":i:ii.   ring-
���������."���������I   !iis!;in(ly
il :-i)     ;i!!;!.yod   ;it
���������oi'i.- of th.is coni-
iiilcrgn.'on.   tliv-
She was a most magnificent looking woman, ;is she sat. within her
richly furnished room, on that
warm (September night, now gaz-
iin. idly down the .street, and- again
bending her ho .nd to catch the lirst
sound of foj.fsteps on the stairs.
Personal preservation had been
th:.' great study of her life, and forty years had not dimmed the luster
vain. It is a powerful aid to digestion, nutrition and assimilation. It
assists the blood iind nerves to distribute all over the body thc flesh
elements Contained in food, and j
gives the thin person the same absorbing epialilies possessed by' the
naturally lloshy.
Kvcrybody is about the same, but j
eoi tain  elements   and    -organs    of j
blood and nerves arc deficient and!
until  this  is corrected  thin  people
will st.-iy thin.    Thc nutrition stays
in the body after separation by the!
digestive functions instead of passing through unused, when this valuable treatment    of    blended medicines is used.      Practically no one
(Mil remain thin who uses it, for it
supplies the long felt need.
Mix ii  half    pint    bottle,'   three
ounces of   essence of    pepsin, and
three ounces of syrup of  rhubarb.
Then add ono ounce compound es
her  soft,   black eyes,  or  woven  scnec cardiol.    Shake and let stand
!.- applied,
iv;-i;p    . ,   the   I J.
Laboratory.   !'"pari iicul   \V.
Jordan '-''������������������ Ton-nl".
I'vr hale by ail druggists.
I ..
I. lie
one. thread of silver among the luxuriant curls which clustered in such
profusion a round hor face and neck.
(Iray hairs and Maude Glcndowcr
Lad no thing in common, anel the
fair, round cheek, the pearly teeth,
two hours. Then add one ounce of
tincture cndoinene compound (not
cardamom). Shake well .and fake
;i teaspoonful before and after
meals. Drink plenty of water between   meals  and     whon   retiring.
i thc youthful bloom, ;md white, un-'Weigh before beginning.
.     h,
pro.ers.    Jf not sen _ 50c fur 2 oz. ImlUe ..n-l
Sv .    recipe book.  Creicur.t Mf .   Co-.-'SeaU.  ,'Wi
As this very remarkable preparation'-is-now
on Hod, i.s the i,T-Ut-.st Constllutiona.l Kcniudy
over known for li.ooi.l Mut-cs. Colts, Stiilllou..
and all other horses ; also Distemper ..:.o_g
X)ogs and Shoep. This compoiuul i.'.t made ���������of
tlio purest ingredient!; nnd not an atom i>t'
pulsonous or-" injurious nature enter., inlo ii:i
I'Oinpo.sitioii, I.Ju:iy poi'.sons are now t.-iklnj;
.POI-IX'S Cor Ln Grippe, Cokla. Cohjj.Ii., Kidney Tronblo, tie., and it i:; always n.'ii'e. It
expels, lhe Disease Germs- from' the body;
acts, directly on tho Blood and Gl.inds.
.P011N" . Is now fold by nenrly every dnij..-
g-ist and harni'.ss dealer in (ho land, and any
can get-it.���������'for you. Firty cents and $1.00 a
bottle, and ������6.00 and  .11.00 the dozen.
Itc .or .   ������f  _ i.-.ur.l   l.alcs,
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8th Year	
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3.0th  Year   	
11th Year	
12th Year	
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lath Year   	
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ill tf  SPRING REMINDERS  OF RHEUMATISM  Raw, Damp Weather Starts the  Pain, But tiie Trouble Lies  ia ttie Blood.  Changeable spring weather, often  raw, cold and damp, is pretty sure.  k> bring a time oi' misery to people  who suffer from rheumatism, llut  .t must be borne in mind that it is  not the woaiher that causes rheumatism, Lite trouble is rooted in  the blood���������������������������ihe damp, changeable  weather merely .starts, the aches ar.d  often almost unbearable pains going Tlie trouble must lie reached  through thc biotid, and the poisonous rheumatic acids- driven out.  This is tt, medio..! truth every rlieu  .rc ������������������Jv >). 7J. ?7. .jjv jfl JK 3n ������������������_\ "J|V.J__ ^  HOME.  matio sufferer should   realise.  nip..cuts,  outward  _.j.plications ami  Li-  mil  BREAD.  Bread Halving.���������������������������No doubt .many  a .woman has found her bread long  in rising in the winter after working it on the bread board, which  is usually-cold. To avoid this, purchase a tin one, heat it before thc  fir., and you will never find your  bread chilled. Instead ot using a  pur, which chills quickly, but a  wide'crock. Always heat it- on the  stove, place the biead in it, and  cover witltaa piece ..woolen blan-  ki-.', wilh the result thc bread is  ready to bake much sooner than  usual. A slato slab, such as is  ! ust (I for roofing, also makes an ex-  jccllent bread board, and can often  bc got for nothing. It can be heat-  and  so-called elect vie appnane.s, novel ;cJ ycry hol .,���������������������������,, p,accd. ul,dov a  did. and lift ver can, cure nurnnia !cvock or nan of dough to assist slow  tjsm.- 'I u������������������ suilcrcr is only y,-asfi;iji   ,.rcad in-,.isinR in %vjRter.  valuable time and money witli this  '. sort, of treatment, and all-the" timo  the trouble is becoming more firmly rooted���������������������������and harder to cure.  There is just one sure way t-o cure'  rheumatism���������������������������Dr.- AVilliams' . Pink  Pills. They act directly on the im-  .pnre,    weak,'   acid-tainted    blo.qd.  _.ut Brcad.���������������������������Into four cupfuls'of  Hour stir four teaspoonfuls of baking powder, one cupful of sweet  milk; one and a quarter cupfuls of  sugar, one cupful of nuts, two well  beaten eggs, vanilla flavoring; this  i.s very stiff. Put into baking" pan,  let stand twenty minutes, spread a  They purify and strengthen it and j]iaIe bu{Lg|. ove"r the lop> and bake  so root out the cause of rheumatism.   n(,:n.lv  an  hovn. untn   doI.e,      Try  Mr.   John   Finnainoi'c, Marys*, .lie,  N. _..  says:���������������������������"I was laid up" with  rheumatic fever for a year, aud for j  eight months of that time  T could  not go about. My blood had seemed  to turn to water, and thc pain i endured was at times almost uneudur-  Nolwilhstanding I was under  I was not regain-  mv strength and I  decided to  the doctor's care  able  th  ing  give  tcia  wit!}' straw.  Corn Bread.���������������������������One cupful of eorn-  imcal, one cupful of flour, one cupful of sweet .milk, ono egg, one  heaping teaspoonful bf baking powder sifted with flour and meal. One  tablespoonful of sugar, two table-  spconl'uls of melted lard, one teaspoonful of salt."  Fruit or Coffee Bread.���������������������������Two cup-  Dr.    Wijiiams'  Pink   .Pills a j fll[s of sngar)    one    cupful butter,  I took altogether nine bo. es j fua,       Sj t-vvo_thirds cupful of Gr  and, they simply worked wonders in . ]-;)n- ���������������������������{0jasses. aMd one level tea  bringing back my lost strength. 1 ; spoon SOfja beaten light, one cup-  still take the Pills occasionally as j ,'al strong coffee, one cupful raisins,  I am wo.rking in a saw mill where J 0l,c Cllpfi,i currants,  one-half cup  ful citron,  tiie work is pretty heavy  ���������������������������JN'ot only rheumatic, sufferers, but j f]our_   ini._in������������������' ingre  all who  have' any  trouble due   -to'-n.lII1cdf  = ^o taste, tour cups  dicnts  in order  weak, watery blood, will find a cure  through  Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills.  Nut Bread���������������������������Four cupfuls of flour,  v. .four  teaspoonfuls of  baking  pow-  It iu because of their direct^ action !<-},.,.  onc cupful"., granulated sugar  "'one cupful of chopped English wal-  nuts,.one egg beaten light, two cupfuls of sweet milk.    Mix all togeth-  pour in greased pan, and raise  on the blood that these Pill _ cure  such .troubles' as anaemia, indigestion, "general weakness, neuralgia,  ancl the ��������������������������� aches, pains and secret  troubles women folk"   alone know.  ouehalf hour.    Bake one and one-  Give Dr.' Williams' Pink-Pills a fair] ]ia|f hours in'a slow oven  trial,  and they will not disappoint"!    Breakfast    Puffs.���������������������������Sift    together  you.    Sold by all medicine dealers jon3 p;nt  flour,   one-half cupful of  pr by-mad at 50 cents a box or six ; RUgar.  onc heaping  teaspoonful of  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr.' Wil- j |���������������������������tkmg powder, teaspoonful-of salt.  liams'    Medicine' ��������������������������� Co.,    Bro.kv.__e, J Xhcn add one egg and water enough  Out.   *-  USJGl. [������������������_ HINTS.  A basin of cold water placed in  an oven will soon lower the temperature.  Milk will keep sweet longer in a  shallow pan than in a pitcher.  A small quantity' of green sage  placed in the pan try will drive away  old ants.  Thc hands should bc dipped in  cold watcr before making pastry.  Tc polish glass   use aquaammonia  on cloth or sponge and polish with  =so!_=papc_-  to stir them up. Bake in gem tins  in quick oven. Nice served with  maple syrup.  CANDY.  Divinity Candy.���������������������������Two cupfuls  granulated sugar, one-half cupful  corn syrup, one-half cupful water.  Cook till it threads a little, then  pour in white of one egg well beaten ; beat till creamy, then add one  cupful walnuts chopped fine.  Toasted Marshmallows.���������������������������Toasted  marshmallows are delicious served  as__follo_ws_:___Placc__i_each-=_maj:shmal__=  low on a square cracker and before  placing in the quick oven to toast  put; a tiny bit of butter on each  marshmallow.    This   makes    them  ���������������������������^3J_-  Formulae Have Been Well Tried Out  Though the NA-DRU-CO line of- Medicinal ancl Toilet Preparations h^ve been on sale  for a few months only, don't think for minute that in buying NA-Dill. CO goods you are  experimenting with new or untried preparations.  Their Origin  The twenty-one wholesale drug firms now united  in the "National" had all of them lengthy careers,  some for fifty to one hundred years, prior to the union.  Each firm had acquired or develoj>ed a number of  valuable fornnila. for medicinal and toilet preparations,  allot" which became the property of the "National".  Since the union our expert chemists have carefully  gone over these formula; and selected the best for tlie  NA-DRU-CO line. Every formula has been carefully  studied by these experts, improved if possible, and  then., thoroughly tested again, in actual .use, before  *��������������������������� we consider it good enough to bear the NA-DRU-CO  Trade Mark. .,.��������������������������� ,. -.  An Example  A good example of what we mean is NA-DRU.CO  Nervozone 'for. Brain Fag or nervous' break-down.  The formula was pronounced the most scientific combination of nerve medicines,, but this was enough for  us ; we had it tried out with a dozen different kind of  Brain workers ��������������������������� School Teachers, Lawyers, Bookkeepers���������������������������as well as Society leaders and home workers,  and everywhere the result -was so good that we adopted  it as one of the best of the NA-DRU-CO line!  There are therefore no experiments among  NA-DRU-CO preparations. Wc havc invested altogether too much time, work and money in the  NA-DRU-CO line to take any chances of discrediting it  witli preparations that might not prove satisfactory.  We make absolutely certain tliat each preparation is  int.. factory before we endorse it with the NA-DRU-CO  Trade Mark.  Ask your physician or your druggist about the  firm behind NA-DRU-CO preparations and about the  NA-DRU-CO line. They can tell yon, for we will  furnish them, on request, a full list of the ingredients  in any NA-DRU-CO article.        "'*  .  "Money Back"  If by any chance you should not be entirely  satisfied witli any NA-DRU-CO article vou try, return  the unuscd^portion to the druggist from whom'you  bought it arid he will refund your money���������������������������willingly,  too, because we return to him every cent he give-  back to you. ���������������������������   ^  If your druggist should not have'the particular  .NA-DRU-CO article you ask for in stock he can get  it foryou within'two days from our nearest wholesale  branch. - -  Some NA-DRU-CO Preparations You'll Find Most Satisfactory.  Camphor Ice  Greasaless Toilet Cream  Talcum Powder  Tooth Parte  Tooth Powder  Baby's Tablets  'Carbolic Salve  Cascara Laxative. (Tabfeta)  Cod Liver Oil Compound,  Tasteless (2 Sizes)  Dyspepsia Tablets  Hcpdnche Wafers  Herb Tablets  Neryozone  Pile Ointment  Rheumatism Cure  Sugar of Milk  Stainless Iodine Ointment:  Toothache Gum  White Liniment  ONLY CUB PRODUCTS BEAR THIS  ������������������    TRADE MARK  National Drug and Chemical  Company of Canada, Limited  Wholesale Branches at:  HALIFAX.     ST. JOHN,      MONTREAL,      OTTAWA,  KINGSTON,  TORONTO.  HAMILTON,  LONDON.  . WLNNIPEG.  REGINA,  CALGARY.  NELSON.  VANCOUVER.     VICTORIA.  ALWAYS LOOK FOR THIS  TRADE MARK  ��������������������������� V.   ;  ' ...,*C|  soap on iron to keep from sticking  to clothes.  Keeping Shape of Clothes.���������������������������To  prevent clothes from getting oufc of  shape in laundering, be'sure to iron  with the straight of the goods. This  will-pull "them into shape and prevent stretching of the bias seams.  Especially true of children's" aprons  that have a bias "seam at thc sides.  Washing Black Stockings.���������������������������Remember the length of time you take  to wash white ones and rub accordingly. There is no garment worn  requiring the care in clcansingas a  black stocking,' because' you cannot see dirt is no. reason there-is  none. Do not wasli in hot water,  but lukewarm. Would suggest five  minutes to one pair. I have had  new stockings ruined in the first  wash. Once improperly and huvri- j  edly washed ruins them forever.  Linger long at the washboard. No-'  thing but good soap and washboard  is a success.  $ Crowing $  Hardwood Timber  ������������������ Rvcry reader knows tho increasing  ������������������������������������������������������"* scarcity^ of llardwood Timber- and ita  consequent lucreivsc in value iu   thc . uear  ifc may be removed without effort  Good gravy can bc made without  the use of meat. Brown flour in hot  ���������������������������lard-or butter, add milk, or watcr,  salt, pepper, and enough solid or  fluid beef extract to- give the desired flavor.  ���������������������������, Dressing.for fowl or .meat is made  l.ettcr bv adding ono or more table-  spocnfuls of fluid beef extract, taking the place of giblets that arc  usually added, and gives a much  stronger flavor.  '���������������������������IIH + *Hf4f4H*tH*^  A WORD TO MOTHIHI.S.  To  preserve  (Towers put a   little  sal'-, petre in the water.  Baking Powder Hint.���������������������������To open a  car. of baking    powder, roll  under  thc foot a moment.   This breaks the j brown  quickly.    Serve as soon   as  paper and loosens thc cover, so that J taken from the oven.^  .ralencs.���������������������������Two cupfuls of sugar,  one-half cupful of maple syrup, one-  half cupful of cream. Boil until a  s.i.e ball can be. formed when.drop-  pod in cold water. Kcmove from  the fire, adding a tablespoonful of  butter, and beat until creamy, putting in a cup of chopped nut meats  and a teaspoonful of vanilla. Drop  int. buttered tins and set outdoors  to cool.  Peanut Brittle.���������������������������Two cupfuls of  granulated sugar should bo put into  a granule saucepan and allowed to  melt, being stirred constantly to  avoid burning. Wheu the sugar is  all melted pour over peanuts which  havc been placed in thc bottom of  a shallow buttered pan.  Marshmallow Fudge.���������������������������Two cupfuls of brown sugar, onc cupful of  milk, one-fourth cake of chocolate.  Boii until a soft ball can be formed  when dropped in cold water. Take  from the fire, adding a tablespoonful of butter. Lot the mixture  stand about a minute and then beat  until creamy, adding vanilla and  mavshinallows. Pour in buttered  tims and cut in squares.  THE LA.UND.l-tY.  Tc Whiten Tea Towels.���������������������������Save all  the lemon hulls, drop them in the  vessel in which you boil thc towels,  add one or two t'iiblcspoonfuls of  borax, and it will whiten them wonderfully, and there will b. a clean  freshness about them that is desirable.  Iron Help.���������������������������When    ironing    rub  Little Helps.���������������������������Soften Water  Hcafc but do nofc boil a boilerful of [ 0r any othc/arliele  watcr; aeld two tablespoonfuls of  lye;. In a few miuutes a scum arises; remove with a spoon, then add  soap and wash same as for soft  water. Perfectly harmless to.clothes  and a saver of soap.  parings, or any waste on thc tablecloth.  Do not leave thc table until meal  is over.  Do nofc" read if others- arc afc the  table with you. *   ~  Do nofc hesitate to take the last  piece that may be offered to you.  It is presumed that there is morc. 1 future.  Do nofc bend over the plate, drop-1 $ Hardwood to-day ia as absolutely neo.  .,     .       . .       , ' '       ,.'    IM.  cssary   iu   tlio   manufacture., as coal  ping: the head, too low, thrusting the   .ro._  and steel. It simply must be Imd or tlia-  olbows Otlfc, 01' sitting with the back   nations greatest industries aro at  stake.  turned toward the   person"   iii the'. <Djfc Th������������������e  ���������������������������������������������  dollars   .rapped  up  in  ,    . x j MH.   every Ftick of   Hardwood .that   can  next en ill 1'. . ;bo grown to 10 inches or over iii diameter..  Do   not   grasp   thc    blade   of  the  -aiiytimc-aiiy whore-but. when it can ba.  .:._._    x -i i   -i.-i      j.i   ' i        n_ -     ���������������������������      i Brown to this kizo in 10 years   and 'grown  knilc ; hold it by thc handle. . | tpo ripht on the   main   lines  of ��������������������������� railway  Do nofc pour  tea  or coffee  into a' and within easy roach of tlio two greatest'  _���������������������������! h.p.   in  Pont    n nr    rl.ii.l-    from   'L   ������������������<a,,uf������������������cl'U'in_ o.itics on the Western coast,  saucci to-cool, noi    clinic   nom .t thcrc are stm Kre.^ei. Villue3 obtainable. -  saucer. .,   - titC Would you   invest,   say   8500, if   w_  Dc nofc tip the plate lo obtain the  wip eouKl prove to you by   a   series  ot  l-i.i- l'omn.vil   _f H.n amii. ' ; absolutely   correct   records of _uoaly.ilus-  IJSL lemnant ot  the SOUp. .Timber   {.rowths ?   1st.   Thai   these ' trees  Do      nofc    bite     mouthtlUS     from, will grow to over 10 inches in diameter in*  bread : alwavs  break- it. 1? i'0?!���������������������������"?.'1 ave T-rth U\om P to. ������������������* MF?' -  .-,-,      -     ,   ��������������������������� * . , .        _   .,     .'2nd, tliat the wood is as hard and durable  J.0   not   lasten   a    napkin   at  thc   as   our   Canadian    Oak   or   Hickory, and  neck nor tuck in into a buttonhole: 3rd. that thousands of dollars  ;u.   beiiid  ]���������������������������., a   .���������������������������  u,n  l��������������������������� ' i made by   growniff   this   Timber, and   4th.  ���������������������������u.>   11- iii  t.io  iap.     ��������������������������� . thai you are guaranteed throe times your  Do   nofc play  with   fork   Of  spoon, ��������������������������� original  investment   at   tho   end   of   ten  I years.     Would yon ?     Hould you ?    Thon  .... , I write at once to V,'. I.. Dyer, 11.   .iiiifWoa..  Do nofc take large mouthiuis nor.Toronto.  eat  too heartily; health   demands  0   - __     - __>-  TABLE DON'TS.  ���������������������������  No matter whether baby is ^_  sick or well, Baby's Own Tab- 4.  * lets should be kept in thc ������������������  ���������������������������f home always. They not only ^  _������������������ cure thc minor troubles to ���������������������������.  ���������������������������f  whieh    babvhood    and child- t  __  J hood is subject, but will pre- _������������������  _^. vent them coming on if the +  _��������������������������� child is given an occasional ^  ^ dose of the medicine. Mrs. ^_  Geo. T. \Valk_-r, Mascouche 4.  Rapids, Que., says:���������������������������"I have r  used Baby's Own Tablets for ^  constipation and other disor- 4.  J* dors of childhood and am so +  J pleased with them that I al- ������������������  i  ways keep the.Tablets in the +  * house."     Sold    by  medicine ������������������  %  dealers or by mail afc 25'cents ^  * a box from Tho Dr. Williams'  .  ���������������������������T Medicino     Co.,     Brockville, >  f Ont. ;  ' Thc following brief rules  should  be practiced three times a day : ,  Do not cat rapidly, and never eat  with a knife.  Do not cut up food in small pieces on thc plate.  Do not sup soup noisily nor from  thc end of the spoon.  Do not- leave spoon in teacup.  . Do .not put. food on the..back.of  the fork.  Do not put    potato    skins, fruit  Fair.ity Cough Syrup  Cures Any Cough in Five Hour..  Ni;\V IMIKSCKIPTION JltiltK.  Here is' given the most effective  cough prescription known to thc  medical world. IL is a mild laxative, too, and this is what a body  needs when suffering with cough  and cold on the lungs. A cough or |  cold indicates poisons in thc sys-1  1 ten;, causing inflammation and con-J  'gestion. Nearly all cough syrups  relieve, but make the trouble worse  by their constipating effects. This  prescription not only relieves quickly, but it cures any cough that is  curable.- Get, one-half ounce fluid  wild cherry bark, one ounce compound essence cardiol aud threo  ounces syrup white pine compound.  Mix in a bottle. Take for acute  cough or bronchitis twenty drops  every half hour for four hours.  Then one-half to one teaspoonful  three or four times daily. Give  children less according to age. A  few hours' treatment will cure and  heal the throat and lungs of all but  consumptives. Cut this out and  give ifc to some friend who may!  need it to be saved from an early  death by consumption.  fchafc vou eat slowlv.   Good manners th'  ai'd health go hand in hand.  it Will  Astonish You I  Everybody    is    astouiblicd    at    ilie  marvellous   gain   that comes to their  =l!oi_tf=.iid-to-iht'iusc!ves=b\s=iiie-uso���������������������������ol=  RAMSAY'S  PAINTS  I. _nt y'ou tliinlc it would lm heller for  lo enquire about these paiiil.s ? D<>n't  use. poor paints���������������������������they cost too much.  .Don't u. e .car paints���������������������������Ihey co.it too  much. (jsi. Ramsay's Paints, sold at,  just llu*-rijfht'price I'or correct"paint;-  ing. We issue a handsome booklet on  liou.e pointing. You should havo il.  Write, u. for Uooklot "W." Wc will,  mail il freo.  A. RAMSAY & SON CO.,  I'. ..ihlislio.l 1SI_,  The Paint Makers,      ���������������������������      Montreal.  . 1  Fairbanks-Morse Gasoline Engines  ESPEO.   L. jlDAPTEP FOR GENERAL FARM USE.  Tlioso oti"iiio . _:o so slinplo that an avcrago farm hand can onarat* them. Ther. *n jr  pocS. Uy (lovoinpo'l to moot tho iiued . t>. tlio (armor, and wlllouaula r������������������u to teduce labor 09M_  ami iiolp vou oh ni muri) iiimiov out of vour f. 1111 ihin over before. CUt ready no . to tun f������������������M  faun In an up-tn .Utt> way'by cutting out this coiuplote advortisaraont _nd ������������������������������������ndl������������������_ iOl  catalogued K lOt*-\V.l\_o.  THE CANADIAN   FAIRBANKS   COMPANY,   Limited,  MONTREAL, ST.   JOHN,   N.  B. TORONTO. WINNIPEO  (  CALCARY,  X'VK_  TORONTO,  VANCOUVER  Annum   ���������������������������MtM������������������_'_M f~- ut.    k THE'ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 26, 1910  The Great Cough  Remedy  Don't permit the danger from  a severe cough to hang on! It  may lead to serious complications. Break it up ! ZIP will  do it. No cough too- severe  for ZIP to overcome.  A. REEVES  balance is imported from other  countries. So that while there is  room for tremendous development before British Columbia will be able to  produce what she consumes, there is  Advertising Rates;   Transient, 50c an inch  first   still several million dollars of a mar-  insertion, 25c each  subsequent insertion.   Con- I ket  for  the  Other provinces to  supply  Published  every   Thursday at   Enderby,  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  B.C. at  tract advertising, $1 an inoh per month,  Le������������������al Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each subseciucnt insertion.  Ft ending Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  MAY 26,  1910  before the production in the province  is increased at all.  MANY   APPLICATIONS  COMET IN EVENING  SKY  In answer to an advertisement inserted in the Halifax Herald and the  Toronto Globe, thc school trustees  have received 45 applications for positions on the teaching staff. The  majority of the applicants are uni-  jversity graduates ancl possess B. C.  certificates.���������������������������Kelowna Courier.  The long-looked-for,    much-written-  about, ^and generally-abused Halley's  comet, has at   last   appeared in the  | western  sky,   and  has been  seen  low  in the west   each    evening since the     We Understand that when Mr. Wins  ;20th.   It   will   be    disappointing    to  low   Qf the Department 0f Horticul  most People      The astronomers have ;t in Salmon Arm recently, he  .pointed to the coming of this migra-jstatcd that        packing school would  tory    heavenly   body    as   something jbe g-t    ted  here  provided they  could  .that  would  startle the  world.   Dust i    t a clasg    of ils_    The    ch      c  storms     were     promised,     meteoric j       ld be $2   f       20    lessons.-S. A.  showers and amazing heavenly ilium- j observer  inations were predicted, and then we '  Druggist & Stationer  chit St.  Enderby  But all these things have come ��������������������������� nser  gone    without    anybody  seeing  EXTRA!  Special in Suitings to Order! able  . ���������������������������  ' _       _    _._.        ���������������������������  _ __        Henry  Tn order   to    further    introduce the ���������������������������  were to be gently swished by the  comers tail and bathed in'a strange  gas  and  , feeling or hearing them, and m_ v- we  see, faintly but none the less surely,  the fleeing comet, growing fainter and  fainter each night, and going farther  and farther   away,    to return again,  ' maybe,  in 73 years.   It is not much  ! to look  at,  even  if it has furnished  j pages and pages   of    matter f������������������ir vie.  ! newspapers    and   magazines.   Just a  | faint    nebular   glow   in    the strong  i moonlight,   with no  tail  distinguish-  V  ������������������  Here's   a - handshake    through the  j comet's tail to the Armstrong Adver-  With its - last issue it entered  upon its .ninth year.  famous "Hobberlin" made to order  clothes, we have arranged with 'this  big Tailoring House to offer Nos. 581,  5S2, 583, 584, 5S9 and 593 at ������������������15.00.  The. regular price of these goods has  been $22.00. They are splendid  "Spring Cheviots" in the popular designs ancl colorings, and equal to  any $22 or 525 suiting elsewhere. It  will pay you to come out of your  way to leave your measure.   No such  Norris Russell, Ph. D., in  the Scientific American, says "thc  average man will find by far __���������������������������_ best  opportunity to see the comet, during  the last ten days in May. At first  its apparent motion among the stars  is very rapid, but later, as it recedes  from us, it seems to stand alm-.-st  still in the sky. Its distance L'om  the earth is in round numbers 14  million miles on the 20th, 17 million  on the 22nd, 28' million on the 2Hth,  and 45 million on the 31st, so tliat it  will appear to shrink and grow visibly fainter from night to night.  "From    present    indications    it  is  town. It is only by "special" arrangement we have been enabled to  do so." Ask to see these numbers-  when you come. - -   }  Wheeler & Evans  __ :���������������������������j  City Meat Market  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  values have ever been offered in this j probable that   at    first (on the 20th  | and 21st) the comet will be as bright  ; as the stars surrounding it, and vis-  ! iblc at a glance. Toward the end of  j the month, while ��������������������������� the comet each  night will appear higher in the horizon, it will be much fainter."  For the first few nights the light of  the moon will   lessen the appearance  of the comet,    but    later,  when  Lhe  moon is out    of   the    way, the'bead  tand  tail  may    be    seen,   though  the  -| comet will    be    so    much  fart.-jr off  'that, on the whole, it will nardly le  ' so line a sight.  !    On   tbe   18th,    the    comet   passed  'squarely across   the face of -.he s:;._  , Science hoped   to    learn   much from  .observations taken on that o-.'i'ision.  "Transits of   comets    across the --un  iare  very    rare,"    says    Mr.   Russell.  ��������������������������� "The  most    remarkable  previous  instance is that of the great comet of  1882,  which, though so bright that it  could be   seen    close   to   the sun in  , broad daylight   with   the naked eye,  [vanished completely when in front of  the sun's  disk,  showing  that it was  ;practically perfectly transparent."  The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  Private  Livery  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, $2.00 100 lbs.  Cracked Corn, $2.10 lOOlbs.  Northern Spring Seed Wheat $41  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00  Timothy Hay, . "   $21.50  Upland Hay, "$16.50  Also a full line of Rolled Oats   ancl  Wheatlets for table use.  Free delivery to any'part of Enderby".'  Terms: Net.Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B   C.  Summer  Clothing  Only one line���������������������������  THE BEST  Our large stock gives  you the best in patterns  and style to choose from  ><>4<>><>4<>^<>4<>-f<>^4^4-o-f<> <>+o+o+o+o+o+<>+<>-^>+o+o+o  I Hats, Caps,  Light Underwear,  Shirts, Ties, etc.  $24  $24  $26  $34  $24  $26  $40  $42  |>      O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+p O-fOfOfOf0+0+0+0+-0+0+0+0-  oes  > $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$_>$$$_>_>$_> <  Walk-Over  Hamilton-Brown  "Made Wright"  McCready Classic  Ames-Holden  F. Slater  Every line a leader  in its class - nM^^^T^mygip^  Call for one of our Grocery Price  Lists. It will save-you money.  Rubber-tired Single and Double j agricultural outlook in b.c.  rigs;    Stylish   drivers;    new har-:    Few people realize the great oppor-  ness; everything up-to-date and' ^f3 exis.tin.s "! b. c. for the suc-  ii i       ���������������������������      -iim ^        . , .    -cessful    agriculturist.      Here    oppor-  well-kept.     When you Wisha rig;tunlties are simply  unlimited.     Dur-  for a Sundav drive,   speak for it ,ng !'ecent ye,a{s s������������������ mu.ch attention  , " _       , \ , i,las 1,een I)aul to the wheat growing  early, as my finest   turn-OUtS are; opportunities    of   the   three   prairie  ; provinces,   that   comparatively little  1 attention has    been paid to the agri-  i cultural  opportunities of British  Columbia.   "The fact that most of the  land on  the prairie does not require  i to be cleared," says a writer in Successful Poultryman,  "ancl that where  ; there   is   timber,   it   is mostly of a  I light nature, and.also that about 90  per cent,  of the   land   in the Pacific  , province is more or less heavily tim-  jbered, is, to a large degree responsible for this condition.      But a close  study  of   the   situation    reveals  tlie  fact that British Columbia possesses  ��������������������������� other advantages, which, in some degree at least,    offset thc advantages  enjoyed    by    Alberta,    Saskatchewan  and   Manitoba.   A   great  m_ny  years  will flit by before she is able to pro-  cts to  usually spoken for in advance.  Anor Matthews  Cliff Street Enderby  ENDERBY  Hotel  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables;  ENDERBY, B. C.  <|    Good Rigs;   Careful Driv-  & ers; Draying of all kinds.  ^    Comfortable and Commo-  J> dious Stabling for teams.     f  E. J. Mack 11 Enderby Trading Co, Ltd.  $ Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies .  _<!_$_; .X������������������<^<$>������������������___$^^ 0������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$^������������������$������������������*������������������*$*  The Home of the Old-Timer  ancl the abode of the New-  Comer. All will find a warm  welcome at the pioneerhouse  and you'll be made to feel at tlucc enough agricultural product  home, no matter when you ^yJ^Jl���������������������������.^"^.^ .^  hang up your hat.  G. E. MANNING, Proprietor  Enderby  TENDERS  WANTED  Municipality of Spallumcheen  growing ancl ex-  | panding���������������������������in some lines by leaps ancl  | bounds.  | Putting it in round figures, seven  | million dollars a year is annually  ] sent out of the province for agricul-  ] tural products. Over two million  ! dollars a year is sent out for poultry and eggs alone. Considerably  j more than a million is sent out for  {butter. Condensed milk to the value  : of two hundred thousand dollars is  TENDERS will bc" received by the! annually imported. Bacon, hams and  undersigned up to "Friday, the 27th ;cured meats from the outside are an-  inst. for the hauling of about 25 ton : nually consumed to the extent of  of Wood Pipe from Enderby Station'over three hundred thousand dollars,  to the pipe line from Canyon Creek Lard comes along at close to the two  to L. Main's property.' ,hundred  thousand  dollar mark.   And  ,0. CREED, C. Mf C.     j so it continues,    all    along the line,    j until  the    startling    total    of seven  New Denver Fruit Fair promises to million dollars is reached,  be one of the best in the interior this I An interesting thing about this  year. The committee in charge have'large annual importation of agricul-  arrangements almost cpmpleted. The tural products is that only five mil-  fair will be held October 4th.���������������������������Slocan |lion dollars' worth is imported from  Record. 'the  other provinces in  Canada.   The  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists invited to give ub a trial.  i _^������������������^ _^_x&$^_^_^_^S*_M_> <  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  Headquarters for Choice Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000                                           Rest, $12,000,000  l_fmivmed"Pr_fitsr$699r969:88���������������������������~'���������������������������-"   Honorary President, Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.  President, Hon.   STR GEORGE DRUMMOND. K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and Gen er.l Manager,   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Pl^__=_\'���������������������������_!__*th  Branches in Okanayan District: Enderby, Armstrong, .Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  _ A. E. TAYLOR, Managor. Bnd������������������9*K  G. A. HENDERSON, Ebq,, Manager, Vernon  Prompt   attention  given  to  orders  for Funeral Emblems,  Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,  Variety.  and House Plants in  We can   still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  cut at the present time  on  Our Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  Marcellus Junior  (14758)  mported Direct from  Scotland last Fall, and won Cup a nd  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.  Marcellus [4683] (11110)  Lord Stewart 5976] (10084)  Macgregor [44 6] (1487)  DAM  Melanie [16612] (14685)  Nina [16613] (8673)  Nance [4700] (573) Farmer  Lily Garibald  Will travel ancl 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 voer.  3056] (286  (318)  ..  si  n  ^M  t_  m .-  Thursday, May 26, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Summer  Goods  Lawn Mowers  ALL  THE    BEST.   MAKES.   THEY  RUN LIKE A BICYCLE���������������������������CUT LIKE  A RAZOR  GRASS   CATCHERS  TO  PIT  King Edward VII. Laid to Rest  in Royal Chapel of St. George  Refrigerators from $15 to $50  Garden Hose  Ask to see our   new   MULTI PED at  20 cents per foot.   Also cheaper lines  EVERY FOOT OF^ THE HOSE WE  HANDLE IS GUARANTEED  ALL THE LATEST GOODS IN     .  LAWN SHEARS,  PRUNING SHEARS  LAWN SPRINKLERS  Oil & Gasoline Stoves  Just the thing for the warm weather  .    BICYCLES  AND;'    "  BICYCLE SUPPLIES  OF ALL KINDS  WE HANDLE FAIRBANK'S  GASOLINE ENGINES  FOR ALL PURPOSES  Screen Doors  Screen Windows  McClary's Stoves, Furnaces and  . Ranges  BATH TUBS SIN7'"'     ;  .  LAVATORIES���������������������������WATER CLOSETS  IRON PIPE _ ;���������������������������'���������������������������;"-���������������������������_-_-V  "-'.       LAUNDRY TUBS ;  FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS        .  Poultry Netting, $3 to $6 per roll  Planet Junior Cultivators  $5.75 to $17.00 .  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTORS  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid - Roofiihg, - Screen  Doors and Windows.  Glass cut  .  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  King Edward VII. has been laid to  rest with his fathers. With every  pageantry of grief, amid mourning  thousands, and surrounded by all the  outward symbols of kingly power, the  body of the dead monarch was borne  through the streets of London last  Friday, May 20th, and conveyed to  Windsor, where it was laid to rest in  the royal ehapel of St.' George.  The night before the funeral was  close and dull, and the crowds which  long ere dawn broke took up positions' in the streets where .they could  view the procession were apprehensive of a. downpour of rain. Their  apprehensions were' well-grounded, for  a thunderstorm broke soon after midnight and for a brief period rain fell  heavily. Then the sky cleared of its  clouds and when morning broke every  prospect indicated a day of. bright  sunshine for the sad pageant. All'  through the night the sound of hammers was heard everywhere; hundreds  of workingmen having been engaged  putting .the finishing .touches to the  mourning decorations along the  route and erecting - stands for sightseers to view the royal cortege as it  passed.  . The casket was placed on a gun-  carriage and covered with the. Royal  Standard and the insignia ' of the  rank held by the King in the British  army. Following the coffin came the  royal mourners, King George, the  Queen, the Queen Mother, the Kaiser  Wilhelm, and the various' reigning  sovereign, the princes, nobility and  distinguished commoners of the realm  as well as the over-sea representatives from Canada, Australia,' New  Zealand, India and South Africa. ,  The pageant was one ���������������������������6f solemn  grandeur,-and' as it passed between  the ��������������������������� masses of- people crowding everv  point of vantage, the scene "was impressive in the highest degree. The  booming of guns and the tolling of  bells accompanied the movement of  the procession, while. the. bands in  turn played "The Dead March from  Saul," and Chopin's "March Fune-  bre."  The -. red-coated, soldiers standing  with rifles reversed and colors dipped  in token of sorrow, .made a bright  foreground for "the sombre-garbed'  people packed closely, behind them.  So. great was - the crush cat some  points that. many broken .limbs and  other injuries were received. Hundreds of persons fainted, especially  women who   had .- been standing for  hours waiting.  :__:_ - ���������������������������-���������������������������     ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������  ^ENDERBY CHURCH SERVICES  Friday, May 20th, was fittingly observed : by the people of Enderby. It  was not necessary for more than the  formal proclamation by. the Governor  General making the day a legal holiday -and a day of mourning. It was  in the hearts of all people to respect.the day and honor the King.  . From early morning till late at  night .there was the quiet, inostenta-  tious mourning of a loyal people at  the going of a beloved sovereign.  The services ih the churches at 3  o'clock in the afternoon were ' well  attended and sincerely participated  in. , The church decorations were  most impressive. Over the altar in  the St. George's ��������������������������� church, a British  flag was - tied with crepe, and the  chancel rail, pulpit and choir stands  were draped   in    black,   and all the  the occasion, and made it possible  for all to enter deeply into the spirit  of the service.  Mr. Graham Rosoman read the  lesson most impressively, and the  address by Rev. J. Leech-Porter was  sincerely spoken and heart-felt. The  church was filled to the doors, and  the singing by the congregation and  choir spoke unmistakeable the deep  feeling which bottomed the exercises,  and was impressed upon the hearts  of all.  The decorations in the Presbyterian  church were rich, simple and impressive. The union jack hung over the  choir loft draped in black, and the  choir railing and pulpit were hidden  behind deep drapery, artistically tied  with royal purple ribbon. Purple  lilacs rested in the folds of the black  crepe.   The harmony was perfect.  Rev. Mr. Campbell spoke most earnestly of the ��������������������������� great loss to the em-'  pire by the death of King Edward,  and told most forcefully of the simple manliness of the --King, whose  whole life as King was spent in the  service of his-people; who gave up all  that men might hold, selfishly dear  that he might- know his simple duty  and do it. Mr. Campbell's, words  .were most impressive, in'their simplicity, and met -a hearty response in  the hearts of his hearers. The selection by the choir, and the solo by  Mrs. Bell were given with much feeling and were most impressive. -  This was a union service, Rev,..Mr.  Gifford, of the Methodist church, being on the platform with Rev. Mr.  Campbell.   The church  was  crowded.  - .*<.    yi. .>S?_ *  Ames Holden Shoes  for men who work���������������������������  for men who are much'  on their feet���������������������������for artisans,    farmers,   fruit  growers- all those live  an outdoor life���������������������������these  shoes are particularly  well suited.   They are  made strong, serviceable, practically impervious to the weather,  well sewn throughout  They are built to defi-  Any man can make a success with  poultry if he    will   apply himself  . nite standard, for every boot must pass the most critical  inspection before leaving the factory. We have put a  lifetime of experience into the making of these shoes.  They are the most perfectly dependable, shoe on sale in  this Province to-day.  ASR.FOR  AMES-HOLDEN SHOES FOR MEN  sP.S.���������������������������You cannot get more out bf a boot than the  maker has'put into it, and that is why we are emphatic  upon this point���������������������������the qnaliiy of Ihe Ames-Holden Shoes���������������������������  we know what we have put into them.  AMES-HOLDEN CO., Limited  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  c Larkin School.  -     "  OEALED TENDERS,- subscribed  ^ "Tenders for Larkin.School'Buil-  ding.V. will be received by the Hon.  the Minister of Public Works up to  and including Wednesday, 8th day of  June, ,1910, for the. erection and com-;  pletion of a large - one-room'. school  building at Larkin, in the Municipality of Spallumcheen, Okanagan Electoral-District.  Plans, Specifications, Contract, and  Forms of Tender may .be? seen -on and  after the 19th. day of May, 1910, at  the offices of J. M. Wright, Esq.,  Secretary of' School Board, Armstrong;- Government Agent, .Vernon;  and the Department of Public Works,  Victoria.-  Each proposal must be accompanied  by- an accepted bank cheque or certi-.  ficate of deposit on a chartered bank  of.Canada, made payable to the Hon.  the Minister of Public Works, for a  sum equivalent to 10 per cent, of the  amount of the tender, which shall be  forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into .contract when  called upon to do so, or, if he fail to  complete the work contracted .for.  The cheques or certificates of deposit  of unsuccesslul tenderers will be returned to them upon the execution of  the contract.  Tenders will not   be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,  book marks   were   the Royal purple,   signed with   .the   actual signature of  The=cut^iflowers=iused=were=entirely-rthe-tendererf^and=encloscd-=in^the=en-=  faMBMMME.  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet ne 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- v  cellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10 -'<_/'  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery"������������������ Ledge.)   ' ',1 l" ,������������������������������������������������������'.' -*~  KaiigEdwardHote. ^"W1* Enderby'  f  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  El darnel. Orchard Mara, B. C  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zino Article. Repared  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  To start right in the poultry business���������������������������or "any other business���������������������������go slow;  white, entwined with green foliage.  It all was so simple, and the harmony so complete that it added much  to the impressiveness of the service.  Appropriate Memorial Service programs were also provided, which  added still more to the solemnity of  velopes furnished  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  F. C. GAMBLE,  Public Works Engineer.  Department   of   Public Works,  Victoria, B. C, 16th May, 1910.  One*Acre  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland Turkey*  _  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  - -{  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings. <  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns and  White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application. ' - ���������������������������  Enderby, B. C. J  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������-  I_l.tS^M0WST  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Lite Iniuranee policy in the Royal Iniuranee Co.  ef Liverpool. ling,, ii a valuable aatet. . A plain,  straightforward contract, leaving no room for  doabt aa to I ta value.  The Liverpool A London A Globe Ins. Co.  The Pbo_>i_ Insurance Co. of London.  E__tWi America Assurance Co.  Royal In_urar.ee Coof Liverpool (Life dept)  The London A Lancashire Guarantee A '  AeeMent Ca. of Canada..  BELL BLOCK. EN DERBY    -  Enough for a comfortable home, and a really good investment to cut up as the town grows: viz. six full-sized lots  for a reasonable price for one.  Price. $250.00 to $400.00  Terms, 1-4 cash; balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 7 per cent.  If you want one, BUY NOW ! Fifteen Lots were sold  the first day.   Soon none will be left.  The Flewwelling property of 40 acres, situated between  the river and the railway, in Enderby townsite, is the coming  residential part. Only 5 minutes' walk to City Hall, and  all good level land.  r  Plans may now be seen at Mr. Flewwelling's, or will be  shown by A. L; Matthews, or���������������������������  Chas. W. Little  REAL ESTATE AGENT.      MARA and ENDERBY  ENDERBY   BRICK"-7"  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or'small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  HAY  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  per  TON  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C. 1  TREKS AS DYNAMOS.  They Produce    I.leHricity Says   a  Trench Kaginccr. .  _Novcl experiments showing that  electric currents arc produced by  trees, soil, and watcr have, been  carried out by a French engineer,  M. .'���������������������������ommelin, says Thc London  Daily Mai!.  By connecting <'i p!atc of copper  attached to a tree, and another  plate luiri. .1 in the earth, to a delicate gaivandiiicter���������������������������an instrument  whieh records minute currents of  elect rici.y he ha- observed that an  electric current of definite amount  passes Lh rough it. With two or  throe troi'S connected lie obtained  twice or threi' times the amount of  current, the quantity being proportional to tiie number of trees.  Kieetroj.lai.inu. also appears to be  possible by means of electricity entirely obtained from the soil. M.  Commelin placed two copper plates  in tiie earth about a yard apart,  and villi the current wliich passed  between Lliein he was able, in an  electro phi ting tank, to deposit 25  milligrams of copper (about one-  thirri of a grain) in .OS hours.  Doubtless, therefore, with much  larger plates it would bc possible to  obtain more powerful currents,  whicli might eventually be put to  si-me  practical use.  GIVEN UP BY H!S PHYSICIAN  "FRUIT-A-TIVES", THE FAMOUS  FRUIT MEDICINE, SAVED HIS LIFE.  JAMES DINGWALL, E _<_  Willfamstown, Out., July 27II1, 1908.  "I suffered all my life from Chronic  Constipation and no doctor, or remedy,  I ever tried helped me. "Fruit-a-lives"  promptly cured tne. Also, last soring  I lm . a bad attack of Jii.ADD .R and  KIDNF.V TROUKU. and the doctor  pave r.i_ up but "Fruit-a-tives" saved  luy life. J nai now over eighty, years  of age and I strongly recommend  "Fruit-a-tives" for Constipation and  Kidney Trouble".  (Signed) /AMKS DINGWALL.  50c a box, 6 for ������������������2... >���������������������������or trial box, 25c  ��������������������������� at    dealers   or    froi.     Fruit-a-tives  Limited, Ottawa.  J._l raon'in.-irv    results were    ob  sessed from the effects of daylight.  "It was found that if the recording  in.-.t rumc'il. were connected, one end  to thc soil near a river and the  other to the water in tiie river, a  much . realer current, was generated than in the other cases, but  while  the   instrument   recorded    '10  cent., while American companies  averaged slightly better than tho  J.iiglisli. The Excelsior Life, however, earned during the same  pciiod the remarkable sum of more  than seven per cent, on its investments. In ['.)()���������������������������:���������������������������> its interest earnings were the. highest of any com-  jpany in Canada and for many years  iii  lias   not,    ranked    below   second  , .    .   .      , "place.     The   far   reaching effect  of  aegrec, at   II   0 clock in  the morn-  ....^   canli is  tl)0   al,parCnt for  inj;, only ���������������������������_>."> degree;, were recorded  in   thc  afternoon.  A  vj.A.rs !{..cok.> BUSINESS.  further comment.  In thc year which has just closed  the'Excelsior increased its Cash Tn-  jcome thirteen per cent. ; decreased  I its Expense and Death Claims  j Ratio nine per cent.; increased its  j Assets sixteen per cent.; increased  Splendid Sinn.ing of The    __ e.lsior  Life  insurance Company.  Xf fii-ly all the Canadian l.ifo Ln-:'ls Government Reserve twenty-  su.m_e' companies have in the past.Ui'��������������������������� per cent. ; decreased its ]_n-  few vears shown remarkable bihL:o._ thirty-seven per cent., ad-  <nvwlh The confidence 01 the poo-jdi'd to its Net Surplus on Policy  pie ui Canada in ijieir own ii.sli.u-; H'^'i's' Account forty-three per  tion. has been well merited. Tlie .cent, and more than doubled its  iiiaiia .finciiLs of tbe most sue ._ss-:N^ Unalloted Surplus. The total  fiu companies have, been e... daily jas-.sris tor the security of policy  praisrworthv in their efforts to keep! heelers now stand at $M0.00 for  down ..peases while enlarging their j every 8100.00 of Liability, a most  held of operations, adding to their i unassailable position all through,  assets ;.nd increasing their divi-j The managciucnt of the Excelsior  denu,; to policv holders. Canadians'has shown a most praiseworthy  hav.-.m.L been'slow to recogni/e Iho-conservatism in the selection of new  c\re!!'-ii_ opportunities for safe and business and m evcry essential of  pn.iil.iblc investment afforded by : pn.gressive.ness, consistent with the  these wril-iiianaged and thoroughly- ��������������������������� utu.ost safety. It has given a most  su| ervise<l lmaiici .1 institutions. ! remarkable and satisfactory ae-  Thv security offered by the regular; count of itself in the conduct of Lhe  Cau.'idian   companies "is   second   to; company's affairs.  none.    In practically  no other line!  +___   of fin, ucial activity* can   it be said j ],;XTA..1.S ALL.  thai- any company has ever entered,  in!-> lifpiidatioii or failed to mcefc;  its obligations in  ful  THE  MEN TLIAT GET ON.  Those Not Afraid;    Courage  Must  =.-    be Mixed. With "Brains.  "Some men," said a business  manager, "are afraid of responsibility, some men welcome it; either  serf, of man may bo good and useful or bad and harmful, according  to his special development..  "There arc. timid men who need  somebody always to lean upon, but  who under guidance are faithful  and effective workers; and then  there arc men afraid of responsibility who arc always irresolute and  ineffective, who never ean bc prodded into anything but the dullest  of dull routine work, and who  must always stay down close Lo tho'  ground,  nun  of small  account.  "Then among men not afraid to,  take responsibility you find somo1  who are too cocksure about it,  ready to setLle any question Lhat  comes up to Lhem right off thc bat,  big or little, going ahead jauntily,  slapdash; not a good sort of man  this to havc at a, responsible post.  "Also you havc the man not  afraid who thrives on responsibility and enjoys the increase of power, but who is cool and clear headed, a man who knows instinctively  and logically what is Lhc right thing  fco do and who then fearlessly goes  ahead and does it, a man of brains  and courage. A rare combination  this, and the man Lhat possesses  it gets far.  "For courage is thc manly attribute Lhat men most admire; we'd  all dearly love Lo be courageous, to  dare; and Lhe man of courage plus  brains, thc man nofc afraid to take  Lhe responsibility and who lias also  Lhe downright ability to make good,  we cotton to, and him most of us  are willing to follow and obey. He  can have what ho wants iu this  world, and if hc should want it he  can have the biggest pair of wings  in fche world io come.  "If you expect lo gob  anywhere  don't bo afraid to Lake the rcspon-j  sibility!    Bufc really to get on you]  want  fco  mix    your    courage  with  brains."  EUCALYPTI'S.  A Rapid Growing Hardwood���������������������������Native of Australia, Hut Being l'ro-  pogated Very Satisfactorily i,u  California.  due . in the short space of tune stated.  tho  in  A   tailor who was defended in  a  I ca_c   tried  in   court  seemed  much  The Kxcclsior Life Insurance \.\...i down when brought up for  Company has from the first held a trial,  position of prominence in those fae-j "What's Lhe trouble?" whispered  tors which are of essential import-: his counsel, observing his client's  ance to policy holders. Lconomy of'distress a.s he surveyed the jury-  management,     productiveness    and   men.  security of investments  and  favor- j     :'Jt  looks pretty    bad     for mc,"  a bit-     mortality    experience    havc; k _jd  the defendant,   "unless    some  _)__)T~Liiirwa'tTrhTTtn'dTr_-Hi-y"i n a-i i-a-ge-^=s |-c p s~t r eH a k e n^to-d ism i ss^tlra L^j u ry-  inent- : and get in a new lot.    There ain't  Tiie  Mortality   Experience of the, ;l  ;j!;Ui   amongst 'cm  but owes  me  Excelsior  Life is  remarkable.    Thc]   iil-NA TO REORGANIZE NAVY.  China- is planning lo spend seven  years in reorganizing its navy. The  most striking items in its programme will be carried oufc from  1911 fco 1910, when the government  will have built S first-class battleships, 20 cruisers, 10 gunboats and  three flotillas of torpedo boats.  China intends to proceed immediately to develop naval bases, expand the naval schools and enlarge  the dockyards. She also plans the  creation of an admiralty board and  the establishment of _ now naval  academy and Lo recruit a force of  marines.  The rapid development of  Eucalyptus growing industry  California has been afclraciing much  attention of both thc State and  Federal Forestry officials, and more  recently this interest has spread to  tlie point whero many capitalists  are investing very largely.  With the one-Lime almost unlimited forests of native hardwoods,  America looked upon ihe Lucalyp-  tus simply as a supply for certain  oils for Medicinal purposes, and  but little attention was given to tho  wonderful growth and thc intense  hardness of many species of 1.11-  eaiypts. Recent years, however,  have proven thc fact that. Kuealyp-  tus will grow in California as readily as in its own native country of  Australia, and the following quotation from "A Handbook for Eucalyptus. Planters," issued by the  California State Board of Forestry  confirms  this statement.  Page 0_3) Under favorable conditions trees in seeding plantations  have reached a maximum development of 5 inches in diameter and 07  foot in height in four years. This  represents an average of 17 feet  height growth per year, though a  growth of 10 to 15 feet in height  yearly is the general average. . . .  tho most rapid seedling growth  noted was made by a tree which in  nine years reached a height of 125  fee*, and a diameter <jf 3G inches.  The Eucalyptus is a remarkable  tree���������������������������remarkable from almosfc.,evcry  standpoint as compared with the native American timber trees. It is  an evergreen, but a hardwood. It  is one of thc hardest of hardwoods,  but is a morc rapid grower than  any of our native softwoods. As a  seedling it requires about as much  care, as a field of corn, and it grows  almost as fast, .but after two or!  tli rec years ii requires very little]  attention, and yet will continue its!  remarkable growth for many years.  Even when cut down there i.s a second growth (like our Canadian  chestnut trees), more rapid than  ihe first.  The secret of this rapid growth  is due very largely to tlie tap-root  system ihat nature seems to havo  worked oufc to perfection in this  species of her many wonderful children. Almost immediately after  transplanting into an open field  the seedlings develop what is called  a tap-root. That is Lhe main centra! root starts in a downward!  course'and simply keeps on growing1  until it finds a. supply of water.  The following illustration" for  which we arc indebted to Mr. W. E.  0,\er, Canadian Representative of  th.- Eucalyptus Timber Corporation of Los Angeles, shows what  nature and scientific work will pro-  _fu3~  _1#U���������������������������_���������������������������--  Below- y   _!/  EUCALYPTUS HOST1.ATA.  Age, \sdyi months; height, 13^  feet: circumference, Vi% inch afc  ba;c ; lap root, lG/ij feet, below surface. Planted .ApriI 20, 1B0S. JJug  up August 5. 1909.  This is not one of the fasfcesL grow- ���������������������������  ing Eucalypt _, bill is onc of the  hardest and most valuable for tim-  b;r products. Regarding'this particular species the United State!  Dep'i of Agriculture, J.ulletin No.  35, may bc quoted :  (Page 77) Thc. E. rostrata is a  timber thai is very, valuable foi  many purposes. II, is very hare  and strong���������������������������almost as hard as iron,  when thoroughly dried. 'J'he great  usefulness of this timber is dm  principally'to iis durability, bolk  under ground and in water.  Baron Von Mueller says that wel!  matured trees of this species, cut  afc the season when the circulatior  of sap is least- active, and carefullj .  placed for drying, havc. proved on<s  of the most durable of any timber!  of  thc whole globe.  SPRING  SKIN TROUBLES.  Are. Currd  by Za 111-Bui.  Afc this season, scores of pcople-  avcrag"   mortality   experience   pci'i  ].00:������������������  lives at   risk   for   10 years  of!  .all   active  Canadian  companies    is  slightly  over  ten     and  a   half  per  cent.   The average of CO prominent  American   companies   for   l!)07   was girls and young women especially���������������������������  exactly twelve per ccni.   The K\c<_-  iind  their   faces disfigured-by   pim-  sior's average for au entire period .pics, dark spots, eruptions, etc. The  of nineteen years is only about four  skit;   needs  attention.  per cc-.t. ; and the year  l!)0_ shows1    Just think    what    ii    has    gone  Liie lowest percentage in mortality  through ! Vou havc been out in rain  experience   of any    year  since  the, and   sleet   and    snow.       Vou   have  company began  operations.        Tlu^bc-cn   at    one    moment   perspiring  experience of  the  Kxcclsior in this ] from  skating,  or some other cxer-  regaid is certainly noteworthy. The! lion.     Then    you    have    stood   to  importance of a low mortality ratio; '!cuol  off."    You have spent hours  cai:ii"t be overestimated.    It is   of < <.f   the   day  indoors  ai a   tempera-  va.tlv  urealrr  significance  Lo    the ^ lure equal  to summer boat.    Then  policy holder than even a low expense ratio.  That Economy of.... Management  has always been regarded in its  ���������������������������true- importance in the. conduct of  the affairs of the Excelsior is attested by the fact that Counsellor Til-  ley made the following reference  to this company before the Royal  Commission : "I have gone over the  salaries; I. do not 'think there is  anything to be commented upon except that it has been ihe effort of  tlv_ coninany to keep down expenses."  In .some respects, however, the  most interest ing feature in thc result, of the. l-'xcelsior's business is  tlie productiveness of its investments. During the past five years  the average rate of interest earned  by all the companies operating in  Canada was a shade under five percent. Thc average earnings of  British Companies from iho samo  source was four   and   a   fifth per  you have covered up your skin���������������������������except your face���������������������������and gojic out into  a .temperature away below  zero!  Don't forget thai the skin has to  do work just as any other organ  of the body, and if you overwork  it, ii gives ont. Zam-Buk is the  remedy. Smear ii lightly over thc  spots, ihe eruptions, the sallow  patches, at niglit, and notice how  quickly your appearance improves.  As the- rich, refined, herbal essences sink deep into the tissue, the  hard, scurvy-like patches arc ve-  moved. Pjetter color results. Thc.  cells of the skin become transparent, and tlie delicate bloom of  health replaces the sallowness and  pallor of disease.  Zam-Buk also cures eczema, ulcers, chaps, ringworm, cuts, burns,  bruises, children's rashes, piles,  etc. All druggists and stores at  50c. box, or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Refuse harmful substitutes aud imitations.  UNIXCJAf. STATEMENT OP   TIIE  MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY  OF   CANADA  IOR YI.AR ENDING   I) EC EM BUR 31 ST. 1910  - .1  m  >  _  i  CASH ACCOUNT.  _J  INCOME.  Net    Ledger    Assets,    December  31.   1908   .       $12,3.. 5,474  81  Promlums (net)         2,049.820  41  Inteiei,t - --- 700,t27  00  $15,105,322  22  D__M R_KAffi. IS.  To Po!L.yhol(i������������������r��������������������������������������������� |  Donth Claims  3S ... 27  Jff  Matured Endowment* 240.197  00'  Surrendered Po!let������������������������������������.     M.JI7  7������������������  Surplus      U.O'i 04  Annuities      11.341   05   . 1     314,800  8|  Expenses,   Taxes,   etc    -152,3._8  20  Balance Net Le<1(������������������r' Aucu, December 31st,  1������������������0_������������������   ... ,...,..   J3.S34.174  3S  115,105,322   23  ^1  _  I  rf>v������������������Mnnv>   r*w\~-������������������mi ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*_ _r_������������������ _������������������*__^  BAI.A. CI. SHEET  ASSETS.  Mortgages    $ 6.885.SR4 88  Debentures find Bonds  4,858,596 62  Loans on Pollcier.  1,81 8.76S 56  Premium   Obligations     19.8SG 01  Real   Estate     (Company's    Head  Office) , 150,5.8 00  Cash in Banks  ..���������������������������  233,633 42  Cash- at Head Office  .  3,786 90  Due    and    Deferred      Freiniuma  (net)    ... .......    . ..... 354,717 99  Interest'due  and  accrued   .... 292,660 24  $14,518,441  61  "     ~r LIABILITIES.  Reserve, 4V#, 3V_,?������������������ and 3% standard    $12,065,146  II  Re__rv. ou lapsed policies ou  which eurrandor values ������������������ir������������������  claimable   Death C1_1i_b unadjusted      Present value of aanounts not  yet due on matured instalment pollci8B ..   Matured Endowments, unadjusted   ....   Premiums paid in advance ....  Due for medical fee3 and sundry  accounts   Credit Lodger  Balances   .....������������������,  Surplus, December 31sr., 1909..  (Surplus on Government Stejid-  ard    of    Valuation,     $2,978,-  l.taj ������������������T  41,2 47 00  T4,40 4 71  T  1,762 5f  14,282 51  11.078 88  8C.S89 00  2,369,692 28  .14,518,441 61  Audited   ami   round   corrotst.  ���������������������������T.   M.   SO. _I_y.   l-'.O.A..   Auditor.  AVntorloo. Jnn__rv 2 . 1910.  ���������������������������������������������_���������������������������j~���������������������������������������������__ ������������������������������������������������������������������������. 11. ��������������������������� 1 1.,������������������  New Business (all Canadian) written In 1.09  Assurances in force, December 31, 1909  Assets, December 31, 1909   Surplus, Deeember 31, 1909     5   S,125,578  '59,261,959  14,518,442  2,269,892  GEO.  WfiGKNAST.  Managing  Director.  ___MMM_______>_I___MII Mill 1 MMM������������������������������������M___HaMH__HM___M__fl9  Increase over 1908.... ? 877,114  Increase over 1908 ... 4,568,07.  Increase over 1S08 ... 1,534,7.$  Surplus earned in 1909.     508,921  Booklets  containing  the  Directors'  Report  and  v ,_ __      u ������������������   x   mm 11 .  ���������������������������   ,        . -   . proceedings of tli..  40th  Annual Meeting  held March .|rd. 1910, are being printed, aud will   he   distributed   a_io;>_     policyholders   lu   du������������������  course.  HEAD OIFICJ'.  WA.TKUI.iOO.. ONT.  if  ������������������;_  _)  III  ill ./  RHEUMATISM  WEATHER THIS  1H.T 1>0I)������������������?S KIDNEY PILLS ALWAYS CUKE RHEUMATISM.  Wlial They I>i<l for W. U. Crainc,  and Why. They Always Cure  ]lh ...niiilism���������������������������They   Remove   (he  (.���������������������������'DISC.  Toronto, Out., Mar. 21 (Special).  .���������������������������-Jn these days of sudden changes  oi temperature known to so many  suffering people as . _heuinatism  weathcr Lhe experience oi" W. H.  Crainc, of 103 Gladstone Ave., this  city, i,. oi" widespread interest. Mr.  Crainc suffered . from .Rheumatism.  lie is cured and hc knows thc cure.  It was Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "Ves, 1 know Dodd's Kidney Pills  cuied my Uhciunatism," Mi'-  Crainc states. "For after I started, taking them I used no other medicine. 1- never cease recommending Dodd's Kidney Pills to my  frie ds."     ' '���������������������������  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure Rheumatism by putting the Kidneys in  condition to strain the uric acid out  of the blood. It is.uvie acid in the  blrod that causes Rheumatism.  Cold or dump causes it t������������������ crystal-  \he at-the muscles and joints and  then comes those tortures every  rheumatic knows only too well  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure Rheumatism by curing the Kidneys. The  cured Kidneys remove the cause of  thc  Rheumatism.  ;. .   Beautiful Widow���������������������������"Do you know,  I am forty years old to-day 'I" (Jal-  lart Bachelor���������������������������"Madam, you aro  jusfc twenty. ] never beiicve more  than half oi" what.I hear.'"  Marion Bridge, C. 1., May 30, '02.  T have handled MLNAUD'S 1,1NT1M_1.T  ituriiifj* the past year.. It is always tho  first fjiiiif_io.it naked for hero, and un-  f|ii<_tionnbIy the host seller ol" all tJic  different kinds of Liiiimont 1 handle.  Nl-.n. >'KltGU .ON".  A man is never ,. man until he is  married, and theh he ceases to be  one.  Frtt to Our Readers.  Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago,  fer .page illustrated Eye Book Free.  Write nil about Your Eye Trouble nnd  Ihey will advise ns tc tho Proper Application of tho Murino Eye Remedies in Your  Special Cnse. Your Drug .i?t will tell you  that Murine Relieves Sore Eyes. Strengthens Weak Eyes. Doesn't Smart, Soothe.  Eye Pain, and eelle for SOe. Try It in  Vour Eyes and in Baby's Eyes (or tieuly  Eyelids aud Qrauulation.  AN AWFUL FALL.  "Spearing of bad fallsrdl ladadu  "Speaking of bad falls," remarked Jones, "I fell out of a window  once, and the sensation was terrible. ^During my transit through  the air I really believe 1 thought of  c'_cry mean act I had ever committed in my life."  "Hum!" growled ��������������������������� Thompson ;  "you must havc fallen an awful distance."  "J always was lucky," said a  tramp to his pal. "1. dun't see,"  replied the other, "how you can  say lhat. Hero you are, all run  down, and not knowin' where your  nuM meal's . umin' from." "That's  w.g 1 tell you. It's just plain good  luck." Wot if .1 was healthy, and  had a big appetite'/"  Mamma���������������������������"J am delighted at the  interest- my . buy is- taking in 'his j  writing. He spends two hours ;i -  day a t i t.'' V i si tor���������������������������"Ji ea Ily 1 U ow  strange! .How did you get him to  do it." Mamma���������������������������"Oil, I told him  to write me oufc a list of everything  hc wants for his birthday, and he's  still at ifc."  ITOCKS.  __!__*__ C RON YN ������������������-������������������������������������  Members Toronto Stock Etckanfe.  Safe Investments *r.uu���������������������������n0Mc".?ti_.  ' Refer aa tost .ndingtoany bank,  our new building,      90 Bdy St., T Of 01) tO_  Dyeing!   Cleaning I  Ws* _��������������������������� vary feeelaa_fl reef ������������������e������������������k to th*  "���������������������������IITlfH AMRICAN __1.N0 ft."  _Mk Is* afleel ta yaw to������������������a, a* mb4 4lraa.  MMtrttJ, Toronto, Ottawa, Qaefct*  Tommy���������������������������"We're going to move  soon." Sammy���������������������������"How do - you  .know ." Tommy���������������������������"How do 1 know'/  "Didn't nie mother lemme break a  winder t'other day and didn't say  nothin'?"  "I say," asked Jenks, as hc  walked into '..ink's \shop, sample-  case in hand, "can a cowhide in a  boot shop?" .Biulcs wasn't at all  slow. "No," he said; "but calfskin."  PILES CURED at HOMEby  New Absorption Method  If you suffer from bleeding, itching, blind or protruding Piles, send  me your address, and 1 will tell  you how to cure yourself at home  by the new absorption treatment;  and will also send some of this  home treatment free for trial,'-with  references from your own locality  if requested. Immediate 'relief*and  permanent cure assured. Send no  moncv, but tell others of this offer. Write to-day tcri. rs."j.. Summers,  Box   P. ;7_q,   Windsor,   Out.  "I wonder if that rich uncle of  Wilson's' remembered' hiin when he  made his will?, Wilson usccKto  sing to him." "He must- have; he  didn't leave Wilson a penny."  You might do worse than exaggerate the goodness of your friends.  These Pills Cure Rheumatism.���������������������������  To thc many wlio suffer from rheumatism a trial of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills is recommended. They  have pronounced action upon thc  liver and kidneys and by regulating  "trtc^actTmrortlfcse organs act~as~arf  alternative in preventing the admixture of uric acid and blood that  causes this painful disorder. They  must be taken according to directions and used steadily' and they  will speedily give, evidence of their  beneficial effects.  Minard's Liniment for Sale Everywh? re.  Suffragist���������������������������"Wc believe that a  woman should get a man's wages."  Married Man���������������������������"Well, I know one  woman who gets mine."  There is nothing equal to Moth..- Graves' Worm Exterminator  for destroying worms. Xo article  of its kind has given such satisfaction.  Great story about rubber prices  going still higher. This yarn is not  stretched.  A practical joke i.s never funny  when it's on thc first person singular.  By Erl bl������������������_ tt. Horvee with opium you n_,.  etop&oimdi, but the iiifl.niwiitIon ������������������ues from bud  t������������������ worse. A lion's I-"' . lhi,!i><uii, oonUinliiK no  opium, .ot"11" tlio root nf the tr uiiId and euro,  ieep-s.iitod .flection. of tbroiit and lungs.  'J'he small streams that feed a  river make its smooth watcr.  Hollow.ay's Corn Cure is the medicine to remove all kinds of corns  and warts, ami only costs thc small  Bum of twenty-five cents.  THE NATURAL  PLACE.  "Where should a vessel encounter the teeth of a gale?'  "T don't know, unless ifc is in the  mouth of a river."  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAV  Take   l.VXVI'IVl.   Ml').  O   (Juiniiie   Tablet*-.  DintfirNl'- refund lunn-'y if il fail* to cure.    E. \V.  GKOVK'S _f.nat.iire i<= on e.icli box.   'Uo.  Grace has no time to groan.  Minard's Liniment Cur as Burns, Etc.  Try tSiio  Sure  Way  Your  Clothes  You don't havo to .now what KIND of cloth  your Goods aro ...do of. SAME Pyc for ALL-  No chani. of Mistakes. All colors loc-.uts  from your Dn.__.j_t or Dealer. Sample Card  and Booklet i.ao. 'fho Johnson-Richardson  Co.jLlmlt.... !>(.������������������_. Oq Montreal, Qua.  The man who respects the law  need.not foai' it.  The merits of l.ickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup as a sure remedy  for coughs ancl colds are attested  hy scores who know its power in  giving almost instant relief when  the fchruat. isr sore with coughing.  an... thc whole pulmonary region  clisoulered in consequence. A bottle of this world-famed Syrup will  save doctor's bills, and a great deal  of suffering. Price 'Jf) cents, at all  dealers.  A gentleman travelling stopped  at the house of a pious old woman,  and, observing her fondness for a  pet dog, ventured to ask the name  cf the animal. Tho good woman  answered by saying that she called  him "Moreover." "Is not that a  strange name '*' inquired the gentleman. "Yes," said thc pious  lady; "but i" thought it must be a  good one as I found il in the Bible."'  "Found it in the Bible!" quoted  Lhe gentleman. "Pray, in what  part of the Bible did you find it?"  The. old lady look down" hcr Bible  with the utmost reverence, and.  turning to the text, read as follows:  "Moreover, the dog came and  licked his sores."  Tt doesn't take much work to convince a man that he needs a rest.  UNCLE KZJKA SAl'S:  "Some men    listen    so intent to  hear opportunity    knock    at their  doors that they    don't   hear their  wives luggin'  in the wood."  CURED OF LAME BACK WHEN 84.  Mr. Samuel Martin, of Strnthioy. Ont.,  piiPKCil twenty years of his life in misery,  . ...ring tortures from lame back. Jle  tried nearly all advertised remedies and  household recipes, but received fio benefit  from any of them.  Some months ago. seeing Gin Pills advertised, Mr. Martin purchased si box.  Thc relief whieii Mr. Martin experienced  after he had taken one box, \v:is eo groat;  thai. ho knew he had found the right  remedy nt last, iie used two more boxes  and is now completely cured.  50c a box-. 6 for $2.50. At all dealer?.  Free'sample if you write National Dni_r  &  Chouiiual Co.. (Dept. \V. h.) Toronto.  They-who arc candid over little  faults' often have big ones in the  closet.  As thc Oil Hubs in, the Pain  Rubs Out.--Api_ led to the seat of  a, pain in any part of the body thc  shir absorbs" the soothing liniment  under brisk friction "and the patient  obtains almost instant relief. cThc  results of the use of Dr. Thomas'  J:.clectric Oil have surprised many  who were unacquainted with its  qualities, and once known it will  not be rejected.   Try it.  BRUIN'S BUTTONS.  The iuspector in a certain school  asked Mie boys he was examining:  "Can you take your warm overcoat-off?"  "Yes, sir," was the response.  "Can the    bear  take    his warm  overcoat off." . :  . "No.sir." .    '  "r "Why not?"  There was silence for a while, and  then a little boy spoke up:  "Please, sir, because God's made  liim without any buttons."  A Sudden S'.ilil often means midden Nlneia.  Painkiller i.������������������t all that i.-������������������ needed tu ward it off.  Unequalled for cramps and diarrhoea. AroiJ  substitute . there ia but one " Painkiller"���������������������������Perry  Da_ la'. . .   f  Children Like  i  CURB  . ,t .IS . fclMCWlt VQ_ (������������������\l.tt_������������������.i>(������������������l__  It is so pleasant to take���������������������������stops lhc  cough so quickly. Absolutely sa.e  too and contains no opiates.       .  , All DruKiiUto. 25 centi.  ^._._,_   "     _  in       ^j  Kidneys   Wrong ?���������������������������  If   they   are. you   are   in   da,njr������������������_.  When through weakliest or   dieoaw  the kidneys fail    to fillc.    tho    Impurities   from   the    blood,    trouble  comes at one.e.- Backache, Rhoiiroa-  tipm, ��������������������������� Sciatica,   -Qinvcl,.   Diahete8,   v  Gall Stones and the deadly Bright'*   ���������������������������  Disease are some of the results of  neglected    kidneys.   . Dr.     Morse'ir  Indian    Root   Pills contain  a most  effective    diuretic   which   Rt.renuth-  ons  and  stimulates  the kidney*, eo  that they do their work thoron_ta-  ly and well.   Try  Dr.   Morse's'  Indian    Root    Pills  EDUCATIONAL.  IE.ARN THE BARBER TRADB-NBW-'  A syetem���������������������������constant practice; careful  instruction; few weeks*'complete fourift;  tools free; graduates earn twelve to  eighteen dollars weekly; writ* for catalogue. Molcr Barber College. 221 Queen  15 a st. Toronto.  ARTICLES FOR SALE.  AFRICAN WARRANTS BOUGHT AND  sold, good for 320 acres Western  lands, immediate delivery. " Rogers A  Co., 30 Toronto   .t.,"Toront..   Collese J989.  VETERANS    W A Find   sold, 320  acres.  Dickinson. Room 20, 43 Scott St.. Toronto.  ^ OUTII    AFRICAN  k 7 rants bought,  and   sold, 320  acres.  \\7 ANTED - SOUTH���������������������������AFRICAN    WAR  v t     rants.    Highest price   paid.   Foi A  Ross, Scott St.,--Toronto.  One form of pious gymnastics- is  to walk onc way an. point the  other.  We Make the Emphatle Statement that "The  DA r," Menthol l'1-i.xtor *#*ill du iiif-ie to relieve  neuralgia, lamo Imek, lumbago and kindred  troublei tlian any'oilier plaster. 23c tins aud |1  yd. rolls.   All drUjjtbti.  JYlarlatt's  Hair   Promoter  Crows Hair.on any Bald Head  On sale at the Robt. Simpson's Drug Department. Toronto, Can., or the Murlntl  Uair   Prom'of'ng  Co..   Toronto,  Canada.  APPENDICITIS  Cnred without operations.' All wlio arc ������������������!���������������������������  Ilictert with this di. -na. and wish to be  cured p'-nnanent.ly, safely and quickly  with thie great Homeopathic remedy,  which will he sent post-paid anywhere  In th* world with full Instructions for  using so ns to effect n permanent cure.  Price   %1.   Address  John   T. Walt,   Homeopathle   Pharmacy)  Arnprlor, Canada.  I> UY YOUR-PIANOS BY HAIL. AMONG ..'  >    our  cash   bargains  in  used   upright-;''  Pianos, somo i*���������������������������. tist* less.than six months'*  urc   Ilcintzmnii, .8125.   'Nordhoimcr.   *H0.  Schumann. J?165.     Bell,'$175.     Milton, 8185.  Mason k Risc.h. 8195.     Leach,   .195. -.Each  instrument   warranted.   -?f> extra   for  boxing.    Write  immediately   for������������������particulars.  The  Lea.h   Piano  Co..  Limited.  Montreal.  The empty head is always clo-  rju.nl oh- the - subject - of" a" full  heart.       ' .���������������������������'���������������������������  -  ���������������������������* 'V  Minard's Liniment Retieves Neuralgia.  Smith���������������������������"I'm uot very well,-thank  you Nasty pain in my temples���������������������������,;  Jones���������������������������''Oh, that must* he neuralgia." Smith���������������������������"j\to ; can't-he new-  vaigia���������������������������I've had it quite a moijth."  Trial is Inexpensive.���������������������������To those  who suffer from dyspepsia, indigestion, rheumatism or any ailment  arising from derangement of thc di-  gci-tivo system, a trial of Parmelee's  Vegetable Tills 'is recommended,  shculd thc sufferer be unacquainted with them. Thc trial will be inexpensive and the result will be another customer for this excellent  medicine. So-effective is their action that many cures can certainly be traced to their use where  other pills havc proved ineffective.  Few men havc the courage to ad-  mi'j they are cowards.  ;, Only One "IJRO.MO QUININR"  Tliat li I.AXATIVI. llltOMO QI'ININK. I.oolt  fur the .-.nature <>f K. W, fiKOVK. L'snd thu  wurld over lu Cure a Cold in One I) .. 'ii5c.  Cold cash is responsible for many  a"hot old time.  Minard's Linimont Cures Dandruff.  Some people's only aim in life is  to look for a larger target.  V.otoome ae Sunshine after a ntnrm s tlie relief  whon an nbslliial*. pitiless i'*ni|*.li has been driven  KWavb* Allen's I.iiiik MuNAin. N;i oiuum In it  Tlio kmid etl'uct lasw. Tak- ������������������ buttle home with  fou thin day.  "What's (he use of searching for  '.he Nurf.li 'Polo, anyway?" "Why,  it would save thousands of dollars  if il were found. It wouldn't he  necessary to send any more expedi  tions to look for it."  1SSUK NO. 13-10.  A GREAT DEMAND TOR  PAPER STOCK  WASTE  PAPER  OP   ALL  ORAD..I..  Also Rags. Iron, ilctali. Rubbers. Etc.  E     Pill LAM     Adelaide and M������������������ud Sta^  ���������������������������    rWH.ni., Toroate. Ont.  Pboue for uarticulart.   Slain *"  iODTNOX  The famous new discovery of the. age,  positively,' fjnickly. completely' rrlieves  anil cureN Goitre, Thick Neck, Sciatica,  Swellin.s, Kunions,. Quinsy, etc. $i.oo,  or 6 for $5.00,- niailed'on roi'cipt of price by  LYLE   MEDICINE CO.;   Toronto-  MACHINERY  VI ACiriNKRY HBADQUARBBRS.   -  I'l Iron and wood-workinff roachinerr.  engines, boilers, steam pumps, pnsoline  enpfne.. electric motors, contracto-re'  machinery, .tc. Send for catnlotrno' o!  over 1400 machinco. 11. W. PRTRTE.  T.itnited.    Toronto.   Montreal.   Vaneowvpr.  ACENTS WANTED.  VCENTR-S5 A DA'Y EASY. HO Experience needed. Sellf on eight  AliFolute ncessity to farmers. Does work  of 30 men. Pays- for itself in one hour.  Write to-day, C. R. Adams Co., Sarnia,  Ont.  WAN'JKD-LOOAL      AND      GENERALiS  Apents���������������������������Liberal contracts to good  men : ,apply hy   letter.   C0ntinent.1l   Life  In.-Mrnieo   Company.   Toronto.   Correspondence conjidential  FARMS   FOfl   SALE.  Zs,AMfu,fiims,  'jCAIMS, CVTS^CONTVil&s;i  For Croup. DJulilKoriii,"  lnflucnnft,   Or m in p.,  Spawim, HuriiH, Soalds,  Acc.dcnfjt.   Br 11 in tie,  KallH,   OuiMliot.  WoiiiiiIm,    .liHO.iou*  Bites of l)o_>, Snakeh,  8iiiii_Mof inxecto, ou:.,  IU. ������������������-~  Radwar'fc  Keady  Kclief  ATO  6SG5-90 ArRK.   IN THE TOV7NSUIP  lM     of West Flamboro, in  the County of  ���������������������������Wentworth, soil,   Band' and   clay   loam.-3  storey    brick   hom..    frame     .suik.harn.  'stotio-.foundation,   stabling   under. '40x70,  .other ontljiiLldingH.-'sitiintod    1-4   mile ;to ,  public mhool. 1-2 mile to church, 1 1-2 miic  !to Dundas R. R.  Station, and 6 miles   to  l Hamilton. "Price i.9,000..    ;   .   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������      ���������������������������      ;������������������������������������������������������:.*���������������������������  "VTO. 6M8-100 ACRES IN THE TOWNSHIP  I^_   of Metcalfe, in-the-County of. Middle-  Hex, i.oil. clay, and sand loam. 1  1-2 storev  brick house, frame bain, on cement wall .  stHbliiifr under harn,"nrive-b:'.rn Hiid.oth'jr.  nuthtiildimrs.    telephone   and-, rural    free  mail delivery,"-school on  farm,-on  Gravel  jroiid,- 2 miles  fo R. It,* Si at ion.    -WilT'  ������������������_���������������������������_  ! chance   for   smaller   farm, or for City or  Town  property. '  . "   ' ,'  This advertisement, npperr3 in over 200  newspapers. In .uirer? will pleasn state  Ihe paper in which they'saw this ad-  vertironnsnt.  The Western Real Estate E������������������channo, Limit-.  ed, 78 Dundas St., London, Ont.  *r   ste������������������  l/fiTC   ������������������������������������Ue Them Wltheut Milt  ������������������CW Booklet Krte.  ,Ste������������������!e,|Url(.cs 8eed Co. Ltd., _ oroiito,;Ont.  ���������������������������yi  Consider the higher real estate  value of well painted buildings,  Compared with unpainted ones.'  Don't postpone painting ���������������������������  every day doe_' its damage and  piles up costs for repairs.  Martm-Senour  THE LINDMAN TRUSS will hold any r-^iliioihle  liornia. Kiidnr.<ed by foiemo _ n_ >1 ion I men.  Wnlo for i>dilic-i)ai._ U. LINDMAN. (IU_d).  Munircil.  TTOPE F0������������������t THE OEAF-IN ACOUSTICON-  jFl     mio of Ui������������������ maiv*I.������������������ df the e _i_rji'al  nee*  In uso thiol).  1011. tho   world.    \V.i 10  for  >-\\-.  Jo;,'uo.    General   Ar.011 _ii: Co., of (_.u%_������������������,  Ltd  4(11 Yons������������������ Street. Toronlo. -   .,-.."  Is Your Hearing Uond _  The   HI.Ai:-0-I-riO:>'I.   will   (five   you   tho.  "RelTo(ns "of   KOKd   Ic-nnng.   .SerFiI~l7rr-=''T_F^"  booklet,   civiijj;   ;)at licnliirs   and     nnines  of    .litlsfio .    u-cr..   Also  Special  Offer ror a  Month's    Home   Trial.  TKE   CRAND  l-LCCT. 0  OIONF.   LIMITED,  3,'1   Spadi/ia   Avrmio    Toronto.   DO-VOU WANT TO KNOW ..  JP01 ptirlonp lir.o������������������'!.T untold) fact!- ahont  fliiman Uatnro 1 Kend Ur. foote'e  "Wonder" l-"o_ om !h>' d''!-">te fsn'tjo. ts  nf Love, MarrlnRC, Paroritni_ , Health,  niseaso, nnd Freaks. It i������������������ the ���������������������������>nit <>' SO  |-err",' p<periep"o nf- ir-������������������itie/-B"fnl^nijlhor���������������������������  Piul prartlllnrpr. I-'nll of ?dvir������������������ peee������������������.  fnt'7 In ererv map ai'd woman. Co. Ini'n  more vllal !r.r>.:> tli-" v������������������ur d"e������������������or wnnlil  plve roil fnr Ir������������������ . dollnr������������������- 1" ���������������������������' wtlnno,  f40 pii"o������������������ nnd "1 )llii<=lmtl..M������������������, .Price 111c.--  L. L. Hill   Book   Co., 1?9   E. JS St., Hew  York  irc_Sii_k___:-  >  Paint  y 100% Puro\  ia thc cheapest. Absolutely puro  nnd unadnlle.niteil, it wean best,  looks belter and jjocs ftuthcr, k������������������1-  lon for ^:illou, than any other paint  at any prico. ������������������**������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������   ���������������������������     ������������������  If undocided which paint to use, wiile  us today for the name of our denier  nearest you���������������������������ask him about (he wriiton  guarantee that backs every claim wo  make for our pnint���������������������������a Guarantee thut  actually protects you.     ���������������������������-.���������������������������.,������������������  Don't experiment when certainty  CosLi bnta few cents more. There's a  Martin^tnoiir Paint for every pin pom���������������������������  for house, barn, windmill, pump a. wng-  on. carriage,cultlvatorandplow-paint  for wood and paint for iron���������������������������thc best  that skill and money can produeo.  Jf your dealer cannot supply j*oo,  notify us end we will aUdiy direct you  to where our paints avo to bc had. .<������������������.  ' DeclineAUSxbsiitatet  ff_J_5__.       ^rllo for ilia, treted  _y __S__v    booklet. "Home  'z^____i     J_l������������������:*<ntlnir color  ������������������_^i__     c*rd>   Fru0 ror  The l_.lin-S._u.Co.  -.l������������������tT������������������0  Montreal  Pionfrs Pars 1  BRONCHITIS  If Neglected, it ������������������oon rcociiet tho Lnaft  ead acy I'rove Fatal.  Mr.C.L.G .rowcf 116 Miiliceni St..  Toronto, wtilci under dale o( Sspte_t>er  13, 1908, "Oneyear ago lltiispring 1 con-  tiacted ������������������ scviie cold in llie chest, wliich  dev;lopcil into Brondiilii, i tool* three  kind* ol medicine aud found no improvement. Afrie'idof tnineaJviied mctotr)  PSYCHlNK and in three day. Hell like a  new man a cain. I desiielo let others know  what a valuabl* cure you have in PSY-  CHINEIor it cured ine whero all other med-  icir.es hadfailed. I a;n myictlian thankful to  he well again, aod for I he nke oloth'.rt who  may foeill.you may publish thi������������������t������������������itimonial."  Stop that <old or lhe r������������������������������������ultJ will hc  serious. You can do this byloninj up the  lyiiem svith PSYCHINE.  Sate bj all Ormciiti. S9c. 4 II ������������������ . V:.'.tl:  Df. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED.  TORONTO THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 26, 1910  PROFESSIONAL  ZZXCZE  JESSIE MACLACHLAN HERE  R.H. W. KEITH,  ,.   ��������������������������� .Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon. 4 to 5  ���������������������������I-vuninK, 7 to S-      ;  Sunday, by appointment  Onii: . Cor. Clill' and Geoi. c.Sts.        ' ENTDEKB Y  PRO BONO PUBLICO.  _-_xr-_~  LA  W.  E. BANTON;  Barrister, Solicitor, ���������������������������-���������������������������  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell-Block.. Enderby,B.C.  s _____r__i_>ja__a _;____  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.I"   A.  Endorby  Kc.rul.ir  Thursday  full moon at S p.  Lod _e No. !0  meeting, firrtt  on or after thc  FRED. H. KARNES  W. M.  m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secrotiiry  (Correspondents will please be brief and avoid  personalities. The Editor reserves tho right to  reject any correspondence or part of correspondence that does not bear on the question at issue/  or treats the subject in a personal interest rather  than   in   the  interest  of the public.    Be brief.  Vancouver, May 17.    ���������������������������  Editor The Enderby Press:        ���������������������������."'"''������������������������������������������������������  Dear Sir: Having read Mr.-Dobson's article and your comments on  my way of doing business, in-your  issue of March 29th, T will now, with  your permission, take a little time to  answer it.  In the first place I do not presume  to say that my primitive methods of  conducting my business are the best  in the world; but, so far, I have been  pay 100 cents on the dollar,  owery   says,    'have   never  I  to  as    ].  raided by the sheriff.'  our school ' days wc read in the  I. 0.0. F.  __������������������/   Eureka Lodge, No. 50  Mi.-.is uvcrv Tuesday evening at So'clock, hi I. O,  O. t*'. ball, "Metcalf  block.    Visiting brothers-always    welcome,    -i.   A.   McMorland,  _ . (!.,  A.  1-coves, Sec'y. E. -1. Mack. Treas.  reader of the man, boy  who started for market  everybody's    advice,   with  that    the   man   lost the  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of iJ.  Meets every Monday  evening  in IC. of I'. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  'ROUT. N. BAILEY, C.C.  O. E. STRICKLAND. K.ll.S.  H. J. COLTART. M.P.  _. of I'. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments.     For rates, etc., apply  to- R. I*'. JOHNSTONE. M. E.. Enderby.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty  days from the date . hereof, I intend to apply to the Commissioner  of Lands for a licence to prospect  over the following  Situated in the  of Yale district:  a post planted  of  Short's  Creek,  able  and,  been  In  :old second  | and beast  and  took  1 the   result  beast.  i While I have been very grateful for  ' all the gratuitous advice I have had  thrown at me in the past 20 years in  ,B. C, I have had to sift out con-  ' sidcrable chaft .ora it to get thc  'grain. ��������������������������� The' largest and most rcli-  . able firm of nurserymen in thc United  I States (Stoars & Harrison) dispose  | of 1200 acres   of   nursery stock each  season through catalogues alone.  'How  about- the  departmental  stores  of Canada and    the   United  States ?  They get the cream of the trade  .through, catalogues only. They sim-  : ply  cater   to   the  intelligent  reading  class who have the money to pay for  their goods and who make it go as  for coal and oil  described lands:  Osoyoos division  Commencing at  on the north side  about seven miles up stream f: ora  Okanagan Lake, two thirds of a mile  west from Kerrigan's cabin, forty  feet north of trail, marked Charles  E. Smyth, S. E. Cf, thence eighty  chains west, thence eighty chai_s  'north, thence eighty chains east,  thence eighty chains south to point  of commencement.  Located," April 2Sth, 1910.  Locator���������������������������     CHARLES E.  SMYTH,  Doctor, Medicine Hat  13y J. TL-Christie, agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty  days from the date hereof, I intend to apply to thc Commissioner  of Lands for a licence to prospect  over thc following  Situated in the  of Yale district:  post    planted  far as they    can.     Any  businessman j great advantage  must understand,    surely,  that these '  pcrrcgrinating salesmen arc not travelling around   the    country for their  health, and those that'purchase from  Jessie~ivlaclachlan, the world-famed  Scotch   singer,    assisted    by Barney  Nelson,:. Craighall Sherry and Robert  Buchanan, gave a cdncert in K. of P..  Hall last Thursday evening.    Unfortunately the audience was very small  ���������������������������the smallest Miss Maclachlan ever  sang before���������������������������but   what    it lacked.in  numbers it made up in  appreciation. lj  Never have we heard in Enderby so j.j  sweet a singer as    Miss Maclachlan; jj  |and never will   be heard anywhere a|j  I singer  of   Scotch  songs  as  inspiring j 5  las    Jessie    Maclachlan.     She    fairly I!  'moves the heart a step or two higher J  .and    makes thc   hair   tingle   at the J  !roots when she gives those grand old J  i patriotic songs    of   the Hcathcrland. :jj  : It is regrettable   that   so few heard | i  her.   It will be many a long day be- \ i  ' fore we shall hear anything so good ] j  'again,   unless    Miss   Maclachlan   andjj  ! hcr,,talented company of entertainers j|  come back to Enderby. ;|  Miss   Maclachlan's     conception    of j  Loch Lomond,  and her recital of the I  legend of the song, gave her audience j  a higher conception of the piece than j  is generally   felt.    Pier Gaelic songs  j  were most' pleasing,   though but few j  ! in the audience could appreciate them j  | to the full.     But hcr "March of the !  '. Cameron  Men,"    and  "Blue Bonnets !  .Over the Border" captivated all. I  j    Mr.  Sherry    is   a   humorist of the j  highest type.   He wins a warm spot j  ; in the heart of   all   the moment he ',  i walks upon the stage.   If Sherry can ;  | not make an audience laugh, it ought j  . to be buried.   He was good in every-  ' thing he gave, but his best selection  .was his presentation of 'The Deputation to the Scotch Minister/'. ]  i    Barnaby Nelson is a tenor robusto ''  iof unusual merit; his voice powerful, ���������������������������  sweet and clear, and his enunciation |  perfect.   In  the concluding duet with !  1 Miss Maclachlan,    he    was heard to j  or WE would not do it.  ���������������������������o-f o-fo-fof o-fo-fo -f o -f o fo-f -o -fo -o -t-o +o+ o-f of o-f o-f o-l-o -f o.-c-f-o  It  them are paying dearly for thc honor  of having them call and doing them  the favor of accepting their"order. I  will venture to say that nine out of  every ten people who give their orders to an agent who calls at their  door, arc those who do not subscribe  to or read any horticultural or agricultural paper, nor even the local  paper, though they may possibly send  Robert Buchanan, solo pianist and  conductor, is a superb accompanist,  and the selection of Scotch airs of  his own composition pleased everybody in thc hail.  Onc of' the   wisest  Council has made is  moves the city";  thc purchase of !  pays  to read our advertisements or YOU would not do it.  j o fo-fo-fo-fof-o-f-of of o-f ofof C- O-f Of O-fO-f O-f O-f O-f O-f of o-f c-to  I  Ladies and Gentlemen of  Enderby District  Come in and inspect our new line of Handsome Straw  Hats and Nifty Felts. You will find the latest and  newest shapes at prices lower than you are asked  elsewhere for old styles and shapes. We have  especially good values in Ladies' Sailors and other  shapes.   Also in Men's and Children's headgear.  of-ofo-f of of-ofo-f o-f of-of-of o of-of-of-orof-of-of ofo-f o+of-o  It is not news to tell you of our  an Ever Ready Chemical Fire Engine,  havc    been tested for  !|  back    cast   for   some story j derby many a-disastrous fird.  on the  eighty  from Charles  marked E. J.  eighty chains  chains north,  cast, thence  to    point   of  for coal and oil  described lands:  Osoyoos division  Commencing    at  at the base of   the mountain  ' north  side of    Short's  Creek,  chains  west-southwest  E.  Smyth's   location,  Fcwing,  S.E.C.,  thence  west,    thence   eighty  thence    eighty    chains  eighty    chains    south  commencement.  Located, April 2Sth, 1910.  Locator- E.   J.   FEWINGS,  Financial Agent, Medicine Hat  Uy J".~' J:LITfiri _Lfc7"agent.  NOTrCE is hereby given that sixty  (lays from the date hereof, J intend to apply to thc Commissioner  of Lands for a licence to prospect  over the following  Situated in thc  of Yale district:  post    planted  a dollar  : paper.  j    My first experience with agents sell-  ling stock for me was some 15 or 20  years ago,   when    I   was younger in  , the business.   They workccl.in__.ouble  harness.   One played   the sanctimqni-  : 011s act, the other carried a bottle of  Iwhiskey.   Between  them they  worked  'a large ancl varied clientele���������������������������and incidentally me,  to   thc    tune of several  hundred dollars.      After that I concluded to conduct my  own  business,  even if my    doing   so   did not meet  ' with the approval of all other people  I    Thanking you and my customers in  your vicinity for generous support, I  remain, Truly yours,  M. J. HENRY.  i These engines  'several years.      They have stood the *jj  ; severest try-outs, and'even the small 1 *.  ; onc the  Council  is  investing in  ! no doubt be the means of saving En  ���������������������������will _ \  Splendid! . Well worth the money! j  .Is the universal' verdict of every;  ; house-keeper, who buys Campbell's;  ! Varnish Stain for staining and Var-j  inishing Floors, Woodwork, _ Chairs, ;  j etc. Easily ��������������������������� applied. Dries hard.  Wears well.     A. Fulton sells it.  a_L_rw__u_____.__.__y:uj  ____2^j_X_i'������������������__u*R3Km_4__._7__'^  W _ have some good  _>  Most of you-have already made the discovery. We  are offering similar bargains in Summer Underwear,  Fancy Shirts, Etc.   Come and see.  ���������������������������  o-fofo-fo-fofo-fo-fo-fo-fo-fo-fo  o-fofo^ofo-fo-fOf-o-fo-fofofo-  See our choice lme of POCKET KNIVES  DEVELOPING THE INDUSTRY  for coal and oil  described lands:  Oriuyons  division  Commencing at  on the north"side"iif Short's "Creek,":  aliout eighty chains westerly f. om ���������������������������  Fewin .s'    location,   marked .J.  H,  J.  II.   ...  west,  Uic lice  eighty  eighty chains  chains   north,  cast,    thence  to    point    of  S.E.C,    thence  thence   eighty  eighty    chains  chains    south  commencement.  Located, April 2Sth, 1910.  Locator��������������������������� J.   H.   CHRISTIE,  Prospector, Vernon, 13. C.  Farm  Implements  I have two carloads of Buggies,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows and  Harrows, Discs, Feeders, Etc.,  to arrive this week, ancl another  carload of 12- ancl 18-horse automobiles. I can-give you good  terms on any of these, and want  you to call and inspect them.  Wm. H. Hutchison!  We should like to know what is the  matter   with   the    secretaries of the  various Associations.   We have never  had a line   from    Mr.   J. Tsherwood,  secretary, of    the    Nanaimo  Poultry  Association; Mr. Wm. Maxwell, secretary of the Ashcroft P.  A.; Mr.  Geo.  S.   Robinson,    secretary  of thc  Nor-  thorn Okanagan P. A.; and Mr. J." J. i  Dcvine, secretary of the Revelstoke P. ;,  A.   Do these poultry fanciers take no :  interest whatever in poultry matters? \\  Do~their���������������������������respective���������������������������associ-uti'ons���������������������������no t^r  wish them to hc concerned in the de- i  velopment of the industry in the Pro- j  vince?      Why  do local  poultry  asso- i  ciations exist if they arc apparently ii  accomplishing nothing?   Wc havc had  several  communications from  Mr.   W.  I-I. Dinsmorc,    secretary    of thc Vancouver Association, and nre in touch j  with Mr.  W.    ..  Nachtricb, secretary  of   the    Victoria    Association,     Thc  Vancouver and  V'-t.oria   Associations  nre" in excellent standing," but of the  others we know not. Monthly reports  from* ALL of the secretaries would be  very interesting   to   nil  our readers.  We sincerely hope  that these  gentlemen will  realize   their   responsibility  in the building   up   of a progressive  industry.���������������������������Successful   Poultryman.  1  ���������������������������I  THE POLSON MERCANTILE CO. I  t^������������������F  which we are selling at prices  From  $5_to$13  per thousand  Also small lots of special  stocks which we wish to  move. If you will call  and see us we will name  figures  to    do  business.-  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  Limited  ndcrby B. C.  Our Rule of Three  Is of interest to housekeepers who devote thought to grocery buying  RULE ONE���������������������������Extreme care when we purchase.  TWO���������������������������Inferior goods never considered.  THREE���������������������������Prices as small.as we can make them.  ENDERBY  That's our rule of three. We have other rules too, the rule  of four, five ancl six, a quick store service, a delivery ditto,  and a willingness to make wrongs right.  We make good all along the Grocery line, and we would be  glad to prove it in your case.   MAY WE ?  WALTER     ROBINSON  Save  oney  _I wish to call your attention  =tTXlf^laf^lirre"^"Fui_iitirre7  Linoleums, Carpet Squares,  Rugs, Window Shades and  Household Furnishings I have  in stock. Have just added  another car-load of new goods  to my already large stock. If  you .want anything_ in these  lines call and see my goods. A  -few-prices���������������������������wiil-con vince--you-  that you can save money by  dealing with me:  Dresser & Stand, oak finish, from $lf> lo $28  (Sideboards. "      " 15 lo  '10  Extension Tablo.'.:."       " !) to   25  Dining Chairs, all prices from 7f>c lo So each  Iron Beds   . Spring*, from ,*_ ,50 to j_5.  Mattrusscs,  from 3.50   to 17.00  Parlor Tables and Stands, 1.50 to 15.00  W. T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  Parisian Sage  Cures Dandruff  If  it Don't A.   Reeves  will  Give You Your Money Back  Yes, Parisian Sage, the most invigorating hair restorer, cures dand-  .r _ff_ai.d__gro..s_hair. ���������������������������_Tlie__\v.omen_of__  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Having added a cement brick machine, to my cement plant, I am now  prepared to . enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  While wc haven't much use for men  on general principle, still we believe  that occasionally there is a man  worthy to'live with a good wife.  Canada, who have luxuriant .air,  know it does, and that is why thousands of attractive women throughout  the land are regularly using it.  For years this most marvelous  grower of lustrous and beautiful hair  was confined to the elite of Europe  land New York City, but about two  , years ago it was given to a select  i list of druggists, and to-day can bc  j obtained in any city or town in  KAmeriea^where- society-- women of -re-  : finerrient dwell.  Parisian Sage is thc most delight-  | ful hair tonic in thc world. It makes  i the hair soft, lustrous and luxuriant  I in a few days. It is perfumed most  j daintily and is not sticky or greasy.  I It stops falling hair, cures dandruff  ��������������������������� and itching scalp in two weeks or  j money back.  j    A. Reeves   sells   it   for   50 cents a  i large bottle,    and    guarantees it,  or  direct, all charges   prepaid,  by Canadian makers, Giroux Mfg Co., Fort  Erie, Ont.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B.C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed  A $125  Typewriter  for 17c a Day!  The Oliver Typewriter Co.,  The Oliver Typewriter Building,  Chicago, 111.  H. M. WALKER, Local Agent  .1  _  I  ���������������������������<4  %  1  '_  <,_  V  J_  /_  1  _���������������������������  t  ��������������������������� . k  . _.|  II  .11


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