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 #/  '���������������������������V_ti������������������  ^ *'j  t T *       ,   ���������������������������    7   .   *.  :������������������������������������������������������*.'   ���������������������������;���������������������������  Enderby, B. C,  May 19, 1910  AND      WALK ER 'S      WEE K L Y  Vol. 3; No. 13;  Whole No. 116;  Brief Mention of News  of Interest to Enderby District  Good morning!  you ?  Did the comet hit  is  The   Blackburn     brick   cottage  nearly ready for occupancy.  Special services will be held in the  Presbyterian church and St. George's  . church to-morrow.  Dick Blackburn's Red Tom'is attracting great attention from the  breeders of high-class hcrse-flesh.  Proprietor Manning, of the Enderby  Hotel," welcomed the arrival of his  brother, from the east, the past week  W. Allan Dobson has sold his residence on the Salmon Arm road, and  is preparing to leave for England, in  June.  A. Sutcliffe has artistically terraced his hill property on High street  with cement    blocks    on   top of the  concrete to a    height of 6 feet.   The  dwelling will be of cottage type, and'  frame-built.     -Blanchard    & English  have the contract.  Never have the gardens of Enderby  looked prettier than now. The  interest taken in them is certain to  bring rich rewards.' i  Mrs. F. S. Stevens and daughter,'  Miss Mabel, and son, Percy, left on j  Friday last for St. Paul, Minn., '  where they will spend the summer.  Frank Prince left on a visit of a  few weeks to his Minneapolis home,'  last Friday.- He expects to return to  Enderby about the middle of June.  A card from Moose Jaw, dated  Sunday, the' 15th, states that the  ground was covered   with snow and *  spending his   reclining   years in this  ��������������������������� favored   district.    He was very well  '" pleased with what he saw of the Valley, and particularly with that of the  . district about Enderby.  POUND KEEPER RESIGNS  Peter Greyell isn't poundkeeper any  more, and he won't take any more  ruminating.rogues into pound to prevent their decorating the scenic  splendor of the inner beast with pan-  sics, posies" and climbing vines.  It all came about through no fault  of Peter's.  - At the last -' meeting of the City  Council, Jas. F. Johnson filed a protest against paying certain fees  charged by Mr. Greyell for impounding two cattle' belonging to Mr.  Johnson. The Council heard the  case," checked "off the" amounts, and  decided that Mr. Greyell had acted  within the scope of the pound by-law.  The   protest   was   disallowed.  The    overcharge      complained     of  it , .,.  Proclamations Issued "   --  Respecting Day of Mourning  ___B________________?_i___S__I3  CITY OF ENDERBY  A MOURNING DAY? -  Friday,  (to-morrow)  will be,* generally observed as a* day of mourning.  Every    business   institution, in town,  WHEREAS, it has pleased Almighty ! including both of the mills, ^will'shut  God to take unto Himself our late j down for the day.     As the ."manager  beloved-    Sovereign,     his    Majesty ; of one of   these   mills   put ' it:'-* "It  King Edward VII.; and j is the duty of every man to show his  dav of  loya*ty -an(*    respect    for   the/dead  _.  WHEREAS, Friday the 20th uaf m _,���������������������������_-_..,,  May, 1910, has been set for the day , {_,?"������������������rS������������������  -' "-   burial,    and   has    therefore'        g  which greatly adds to the beauty of Ithe temperature/correspondingly low.   amounted to 50c, _ It was the princi  the location.  ��������������������������� Janies Mowat reports much activity in the local real estate market,  he having made several important  deals- in town property the past few  .-days.   . *'":���������������������������"- * --  J.  S.  Johnstone   is-  finishing _the  , plastering of Ed.    Gray's cottage' on  -Regent. street,    and   will, start "next  .'week' on.   Wm. " Woods'    cottage, on-  ���������������������������Russell. street._ -  Miss Nellie Hancock was successfully operated on for appendicitis at  the Vernon hospital last Thursday,  and is rapidly - regaining her normal  good heal4 '" "-  If the big Canadian packing houses  could put out", a brand of bacon equal  to the Stepney', cure,- there wouldn't  be a pound of American cured bacon  sold in the Dominion.*  Tbe flag and drapery,decorations in  The government-telephone line that=:the Presbyterian church last-Sunday,  __ _��������������������������� ���������������������������__   __    ���������������������������-____. ..��������������������������� *__-.___-'i-werer*most artistic and _le_sin_.  'Thi.  is to be run to connect-up the.out  lying ' clistricts in this part of the  Province, is being constructed' as  rapidly as possible. .-*,*.  werermost artistic and pleasing. The"  church' will remain decorated for the  service to be held to-morrow.  The "Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian  Ten.acres of the valuable clay ?hureh>ill give . an ice cream, cake  1 on.the _trip.kl_._d addition w_r_ ia?dx candy,  social   about   June 1st  at the   home .of   Mrs.   Flewwelling.'  The band will be in attendance/  ��������������������������� It should be a matter of pride for  Enderby. to be favored by a singer of  land on.the Strickland addition were j  bought- .last   week   by The'Enderby !  Brick & ,Tile Company, to. add to the  company's clay holdings.  If the,.country   roads-were in as  bad shape'as Regent street just west ��������������������������� ?,uch."'*?* as /efie Maclachlan, and  of the railway track, or Cliff street  just west "of Belvedere, what complaints we should- hear!.  The proceeds of the Dutch Social to  be given in the near future by Mrs.  Gerald Neve, in the Parish Hall, will  go to supply hymn books for the  North Enderby Mission.  Miss Russell opened her ice cream  parlor on Tuesday.   It is in the old  pie back of it more than the amount  involved-, ' that Mr. . Johnson complained of." He claimed that the cattle had, not been, fed and watered by  Mr. Greyell, as .the law provides., It  was.a legal-question, and the City  Council having' dispensed with the  services of a City Solicitor because  he asked for a raise from $40.00 to  $100.00 a year, decided in -a- good-  fellow "kind of a way that Mr. Greyell was right and Mrf Johnson was  wrong.- ,'      ���������������������������      . _ '-. -. i. ,, -  ��������������������������� "Mr." J.ohhson. was< not satisfied with  the. decision.   .   He engaged Attorney,  Banton    to* take, the   matter    into  court." Mr.  Greyell was sued for the  amount .of' 50c.  -At the' hearing,  Mr.  Greyell'would,-not   say that he had"  fed-and watered    the cattle.   He expected-the owner to call for" them'at  any moment. -. On thisv evidence, Mr.  Johnson was given a decision for the  amount sued.for with costs.  j   Mr.    Greyell   tendered' his resigna-  , tion as poundkeeper, after paying the  amount of the judgment.  HALLEY'S  COMET AND THINGS  Halley's comet-must be responsible  city-=oflScer^^Glass-^topi^tables^have^4^Rr^R������������������g'ers"tumber=eoriis^experien"  been'provided,    and   everything done  cin������������������ the. best kind of business.   The  it will be unfortunate, if the house  which shall -greet her " to-morrow  night is not large.  The tail of   Halley's comet is said  to be 24,000,000 miles long, but it is  not in it with the tale of the croaker .ior **��������������������������� Hezekiah Elliott and Charlie  as he explains the whys* and' where- Rice a ,e neighbors., But they do not  fores-of the successful roan's success. I borrow, and the love that should ex-  and his own failure. {ist isn't there.    Hezekiah. persists in  I fetching home   numerous and sundry  Manager Stevens   reports that the, apple boxes, packing _boxes,���������������������������tiu_cans.  and junk of indisputable anguish; and  to make the service right.  cut for the   season   so   far  piling it in front of, back of, in and  is most ' around the premises of Mr. Rice, to  i satisfactory,    and   orders for lumber  his great displeasure- and grief.   Once  Delay is the surest death-trap you j are far in excess of any season in the ,upon a   time,   a   hen   belonging   to  can, run a progressive movement sinto  It has   killed   more    advance movements and stifled more progress than  ��������������������������� any other crime mankind is guilty of.  Chas. E. Strickland and wife left  last week for the coast metropolis.  Mr. * Strickland will attend -the -meeting of the Grand Lodge, K. of P. It  is Mrs. Strickland's determination to  spend some weeks at the Harrison  Hot Springs.  Our Enderby merchants are to be  congratulated for having brought to  their stores the high quality of goods  shown. It has had a marked tendency to reduce the volume of business which has been sent to tbe  Eastern sweat-shops.  The opening of the Flewwelling addition this week, in acre-blocks, has  caused a phenomenal demand for this  property. It has been cut up into 40  one-acre blocks. About thirty of  these have already been sold. Every  riverfrontage block has been spoken  for. Mr. Little is handling the  property.  Capt. and Mrs. Myers, who last  week purchased the Carefoot farm,  left on Tuesday for England, to be  gone until February, when they will  return to make Enderby their future  home. While Capt. Myers is away,  the work of clearing the land will be  pushed, and on' his return he will at  once put it out to fruit trees.  A. Reeves has. purchased the lot adjoining Mayor Bell's residence, on-  Cliff street, and will proceed at once  to erect a handsome home thereon.  J. S. Johnstone has the contract for  the cement work: Work of excavating is now underway. The foundation will be 33x40, with a cellar 24x33  past. | Hezekiah . strolled    into   the   garden  Some complaint is heard of the bad !?at.h of ^ Rice home.   A gun was  condition of the Mara-Enderby road  _red'    an_   ���������������������������e   hen,   caI"c over the  at    several    points.   On    Sunday an ��������������������������� fence-dead.   Since then the junk has  'auto1 struck   the   deep-   rut   at the :been. lncreasing   in   exact proportion  | bridge' this    side    of Waddell's farm  ������������������������������������ the diminishing of neighborly love.  'and snapped -four- thicknesses-of the ��������������������������� ?,bc otller day,-Hezekiah  Junior-and  car springs. i*"e ox"team  were unloading another  load of odds and ends up against the  Ray Hancock surprised his parents,Rice fence. Mr. Rice objected. There  and Enderby friends.: by arriving from J was the shadow of a scrimmage on  the coast last Friday, accompanied j scenery, and the next day a blue pa-  by his charming young bride. After Per was sworn to charging Rice with  visiting their Enderby home, Mr. and j assault.   The case has not been heard  Mrs. Hancock will return to the metropolis of'the coast.  Geo. A. Agnew arrives this week  from Minetonas, Man., to take over  the business of Walter Robinson.  The purchase was made a month ago  but Mr. Agnew had to return to the  East to close his business there. It  is too early yet to anticipate Mr.  Agnew's policy, but it' is understood'  he intends to considerable increase  the capacity of the store.  If the Lawes-Barnes additions were  opened to home-builders by the city,  it would add thousands to the city's  assets. Closed to the public, and at  the same time a source of revenue to  the city, is most unjust to all concerned. For every dollar spent in  the opening up of these properties,  the city would, in a few years, reap  $10 or $100 in increased revenues and  population. This has been the history of every advance movd.  Mr. and.-. Mrs. W. J. Ptolemy, of  Winnipeg, visited Mr. S.' Poison at  Enderby this week. Mr. Ptolmey has  for 28 ��������������������������� years been government accountant at the Manitoba metropolis,  and his visit to the Okanagan is to  spy out   the   land   with the idea of  and in the meantime a truce has  been ordered. While waiting for the  court to,sit, last Tuesday afternoon,  the team of oxen broke away from  their moorings and drifted upon tlie  ro:ks where Justice sits in the dingy  cabin on the river shore. They were  in search of Hezekiah. Rice met  then? at the door. Jt was the chance  of a life-time, and he drove them to  the pound. The poundmaster had not  lost, any oxen, and refused to receive  them. What awful things that Hal-  ley comet is doing !  Wanted���������������������������A good, strong girl or  middle-aged woman, to assist in general housework and the care of children. Apply stating wages required  etc., Mrs. C. Lefroy, Vernon, B. C.  Wanted���������������������������By single young man;  room ancl board; central location.  Address, giving particulars and terms  "V." care Walker Press, Enderby.  Milk Cows for sale; freshly calved.  Stepney Ranch, Enderby.  Don't neglect to read the store  news this week. It will encourage the  storekeepers to tell you more if you  tell them you saw it in the Press.  of his  been proclaimed   by his Excellency  the Governor-General, as a day of  solemn   mourning   to   be   observed  throughout      the      Dominion      of  Canada;  NOW THEREFORE, I,. Joseph W.  Evans, Acting Mayor of the City of  Enderby, do hereby proclaim that the  said 20th day of May instant shall  be observed in the" said City of Enderby; and by and with the advice  and consent of the Municipal Council  of the said City, Knowing the" spirit  of 1 patriotism and* loyalty by which  our citizens are animated-, and tothe  end that the said day may be fittingly observed, and that all may have  an opportunity of giving expression  to the profound- sorrow, which they  feel, in common with their fellow citizens, in all parts of the British Empire, at, this, time of, bereavement,.I  do''hereby-request:��������������������������� "'"TV',-" "-* ;,��������������������������� ���������������������������/:"-  1. That on,.' the ..said' '20th'���������������������������day of  May  instant'' all    ordinary business*  and .work   of   every' kind, so far as  may be, shall be suspended; **  2. That on that'day "there shall'be  no blowing of steam whistles, firing  of guns, or playing of games.on the  recreation "ground or in the streets,  or in any public place;  3. That on the said day, and for  such subsequent period as shall afterwards be determined, all citizens  shall wear.some indication of mourning in their attire;  4. That on the said .day all citizens shall-avoid occasion'of festivity  ancl amusement, . and if possible attend such memorial service.or memorial exercises as may be held in the  churches or elsewhere, * and such as  may commend themselves to their  judgment as worthy and befitting the  day:  5. That all parents, teachers and  guardians, and all who havc the care  of children and young people, shall  inform them as to the meaning of  these observances, and instruct them  in patriotism, duty and citizenship.  I earnestly commend to the attention .of all citizens the foregoing requests and suggestions.  God Save the King.  J.  W.   EVANS,          Acting-Mayor.  City Hall, May 17th, 1910.  I is not patriotic   to   the  i lives in or   calls   his  Patriotism    is ��������������������������� the finest-  inculcate   .in our business,-  ' social and national life." A .man' who '"'-  country he .  own is not, a';  good citizen.   We are going "'"to :clbse, ���������������������������:  the mill for that day, certainly;.' but V  we hope, the opportunity will not be-'"  taken    advantage     of    for ".hunting,/  shooting and-   other    sport.   That is '"  not the purpose of such a day.'"At1  tend the   special   services'if you feel ���������������������������  disposed,    then    go   home and think ���������������������������  what, the day means, and its signifi.'-  carice to. the Empire.''   This "man: is ��������������������������� '  flying the , stars   and   stripes,-along -  with the union jack at half-mast.  :t._  A-LESSON IN LOYALTY  ._ Victoria,, May. 14.���������������������������All-possibility "of/":  holding-the Victoria'Day celebration -  was abolished when*the Songhees,and;'.'  Quamichan.::Indians declined  tb take.'  part' in- the canoe race because of. the ��������������������������� -'  death,, of^King: Edwar_d.___The^. feature- ."  ofi/the" yearly'.celebration ha sal.ays"~'-J  been the-Indian' war canoe races','*for /  which cash, prizes-are offered," the "In;f-  dians training-for the event for three '  months in advance.-   .' . -      ~ /'.. .-,.'  , ."The* King was our best friend. He  is buried    on    the   20th.   -We cannot  race on the 24th," said Chief Cooper  of the Songhees   tribe   to   the .corn--'  mittee.  r       _ "V-J  ,  _r-J_.-'tl  ������������������-..**  DOUBLE   WEDDING   CELEBRATED:  PUBLIC  HOLIDAY  PROCLAIMED  The proclamation issued by the  Lieutenant-Governor proclaims: "Wc  havc thought fit, liy and with the  advice of Our Executive Council, to  appoint the 20th day of May instant  to be a Public Holiday, to be observed as a general day of mourning  within Our Province of British Columbia."  The Colonial Secretary cabled His  Excellency the Governor-General, under date of May 11: "Court mourn-  'ng will last until May G, 1911. It is  expected that Public .Mourning will  continue to 29th July. Half mourning after seventeenth June."  "King Edward's funeral will take  place on morning of May 20th."  -   A    very   quiet   but   pretty- double  wedding took    place at St. - George's  church at 3 p. m. .Tuesday; Rev.   J.  Leech-Porter     officiating.   The-   contracting parties    were   Frank Turner  and Horace   Neill. to Miss. Violet H.1"*  and Miss Maud- Davison.   The brides  are sisters, daughters of F. C. Davison,  Woking,  Surrey,  Eng.,'Vho .ar-   ���������������������������  rived=fromHhe=Mother'^Ean_l^_nrMon-  day.   Mr. Turner   and   Mr'. Neill are -  young men   well'  known in Enderby,  aud respected for their industry and  thrift.      The   young   ladies, , though  strangers,    havc    made   very 'many  warm friends.      Both are musicians,  and   will, add   much   to Enderby so-'  ciety in this direction.  The church was well filled by friends  gathered to witness the ceremony.' In  the evening the young people ^held/a...  reception in" the "residence corner of-  Cliff and Sicamous street, where'they  will reside. A very happy evening  was spent by the numerous frieiids  who called to wish them much happiness along life's way. The wedding  breakfast was served by Mr. and Mrs.  Thos. Pound.  Recipe for bringing up children' to  be patient, polite, kind, considerate,  gentle and courteous: BE patient,  polite, kind, considerate, gentle and  courteous.���������������������������The Fra.  For starting a bush fire near Lille,  and allowing it to run, Frank St.  Lawrence was fined $40 ancl costs.  For not obeying orders to assist in  putting out the fire, two men were  fined $4 and costs.���������������������������Greenwood Ledge  MEMORIAL SERVICE  A MEMORIAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD AT ST.  GEORGE'S CHURCH AT3 P.M. TO-MORROW, MAY 20TH,  BEING THE DAY OF THE BURIAL OF HIS LATE MAJESTY KING EDWARD VII. THE NEW MISTRESS AT
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iliiiil ".Maude could-marry whom she
never
jit the same time cxplain-
thc reason why one uf them
not received be fu re.
ind then,   as if    iho    subject   v-ere . n,,..v,,..; distribute over the budy. all
suggestive, hc questioned the. young j j;,..   nourishment  or  flesh   building
���������!i,ee,ts   obtained   from   the   food.
��������� vp.  Kelsey r.-
miii! _ci the conversation by suggesting thai.  a.s the   in .iter could not j Maude."
now lis helped, they had better s:iy |     <.|   |iavc
I'or scarcely tour days were passed,
when J. t.'. brought,-., io her an un-
sej'iied  nolo.
directed  to   '"Cousin
nothing,  but go off on
as rpiietly as possible. ]
1.
.e
in or row
ng .1. U.
io a\\ ___     from    his hallucination.
whieh  she wjis    sure    lie would do
soon,   and follow them to tho  cji.y.
This* arrani.cniei.il-    seemed    wholly
heard irom .Jim." no
fijiid. "and he is. the best fellow in
thi- world. Hear what he. says of
v_ii.:;  and   from  his  own  letter hc
satisfactory    to    all      parlies,    and
l rt-aa :
j on your choice
' is   a.   noble   en
i   do  congratulate.
:'Ul
un-
Mjuide Rcinington j','
ifure���������so   beauiifu
"Oh. J am so glad."' said .Louis,
a. hc ��������� finished i*e.!.diji;. tlu.'iii, "for
now .1 know ihat Jiimes De Yerc
dnr/'t like, yuii "
"Doir't like in.*, Louis.''' and in
Maude's voice there u-;>.:. a- world
of sadness.
"I mean,'''" returned Louis, "that
he don't love you for anything but
I a cousin. 1 like ,'J. (..'. very, very
jiniK'h. Jind .1 juu glad yoe are to hv.
jh.is wife; but I've. sou.ic.i _ie.
jihoughr; that if you ha.i waited, tlie
li.-her one  would  have,  spoken,   for
nit
iiwr'.io   know if in  his  'navel'-:
hud ever met the lady M-udc o'len-
dower.    J. C. h;id met her oji:*;"! at
j Saratoga,  at    Ncavj. n't    once,  and
le
'twice at llu.  Wiiitc Mouutiiiii?.
]   jl wjis ;i!n_..s'_ :.ure he loved you
don't,
knir.
though  Nellie dechired  she's, neve)
again   siiejilc  io  Jed   De  Vi-re.
dried  licr    tears,  iind    retii*int:)
rezl. slejit quite as .soundly ;is
iiad ever done in  her  life. |
The next morning when Maude'
a.s usual wont dc. ni to supevi.'lend 1
the breakfast, she was surprised to
igood.    Cherish  hei
"'  c! she  ougiit     to     be
.    I bring her some  ti.mr
she 1
ho couldn't   bc
���������it.
so refined,  iind witlntl so pure and 1 , .     .,,
mv  cousin,  as jE0  lltecd   ���������ih  your eugageniei
eiicrished,  and j,l,,i' ^'ntc ^u ^ a!locL]oaaich-it he
' rcallv cared
never
lo  jny   lioine,
'���������oast t:0 fair  a
hear from   Hannah that .Mrs.   Ke
101
wjis going that day to
'.vluen  wi
mistress."
��������� ���������'.I'm so glad he's pleased,"' s;iid
jj.   C.     "I   would   rather havc    his
of   thc   whole
Crying.   !   do j
I ;ipproval   thim   lhat
''        ' '       Bui.   what!
iUK
u
hat Nel
as lo accon
c.use
���������!!
said
fill".n   rcripl.ur'
nv
jiiiny Jicv.
:'_.obodv    can'
Hannah,  "'of    not
.ncct.   whi'r  it    says
.::'���������_ to   he.'ii*.  lot  '''in
did hear 'em a Calkin' ijist )'ig;it 0
vou and ?���������!������*.   Do" Vere,   an
them :i
ear
1,
h_>
ior
ii.
tell
*���������*.
!,,._., 1..;.st.. ;ilKl v.'hen after it was
word was spoken dur
iffccr it w.'i
to assist, .elks,  t
v.  " _ ou vc
De   \
you   they're   uivin'     mad   to   think
you'd  coiched  him:    but I'm  glad
fli.'l.    )irou dc-sarves him if anybody.
1  suppose that t'other    chap ain't
iiMie   of your  niarryin'   sori."   ;ind j
unconscious of flic t v.* in go. .her  Jasf-j
T.-oids had inflicicd 'Haniuih carried j
iiio coffee-urn  fo the  dijiing-roorn.  }
followed by _\laucle. .vho was grcot-
_*.l   with   dark   faces   and   frowning
looks
Sciirce.lv
mv, break
<'ve*\  Maude offeree
lie  in packing her "1 runks,  the  lal
tor   iinswcrod    fiecj'-'ive
done enough, J think."
A few inomo.iis afterward, J. C:s
voice  was heard    uiio.i   ihe.   stairs.
lie had come over to see the "Hones.- and her eub," as he styled Mrs.
Kelsey   and  her  niece,  whose cool-1
ness was amply atoned for by  tlio'
bright, joyous glance of Maude,  to , .__ .
whom hc whispered softly.  "Won t'
we hav
l.oe'u'.-l v'"nl'lcl*      ly . -   - -
' b'iicvc !'' and turning Maude's taeo
to the light, he    continued.  "Yes.
there are  tears on your eyelashes.
AVhafis thc matter?"'
"Xothing. nothing," answered
Maude, "'only 1 am so glad your
relatives like m'\"
,1. C. was easily deceived, so was
Maude���������and mutually believing that
nothing w;:s the matter, .!". C.
drummed on . thc piano, while
Maude lore open the. note which (l!1
James had wrifen fo her. It seemed ;
Maude  hardly knew whether she
were  pleased  or  not     with  Louis''
reasoning.    .It was true though, she j
said, and inasmuch its James did not j
care I'or her. aud she did not care :
for James,   she  was very  glad   she
wjis  i'li.a god   to  J.   C!     And   with
rc-assured confidence in herself, sho
.���������.at., down and v. rote an answer to
that note, a. . frank, impulsive!,
M.aude-likc answer, which, nevertheless, would convcv fo James .Do
Vere no idea how largo
a snare
o
o
of
l!:al young girl's thoughts were giv-
| en fo  himself.
I    The.  next    day     there    'came   fo ,
jM.aude ;i letter bearing the Canada
I postmark, together with the. unmis-
)le handwriting of Janet fiop-
I "She was ii splendid creature.."'
j he said, and hc asked if lilt doctor
! knew hcr. <���������
"'.I saw hcr as a,child of seventeen, and again as a woman of
twenty-iive. She is forty :;->\v,"' was
'.lie doctor's answer, aa hi; w.-iiked
away, wondering if tho - Maude
Clcndower of to-day wore greatly
changed from the Maude of iif.ee'.".
years ago.
To ,'J. C.'.'s active mind a new idea-
v.a.s presented, and seckiu . out the
. Ihcr Maude���������his Maude���������hc told
hcr of his suspicion. There tt'as n-
momentary pang, a thought of the
willow-shaded, grave where Kale,
and Matty slept, ;r.id then Maude
J.(_n'n.glo;i calmly rpies.ioiicd J. C.
of Maude Gle.ndower���������who she was,
and  where did she live?
J. C. knew but little ._ thc lady,
bin: what little, he knew, he told.
She was of both English and Spanish, descent, 'licr friends, hc believed, were nearly all dead, and she
was alone in the. world,
forty years of age, she
pn-.served. and CJjlled a wondrous
beauty. She was a belle���������a "flirt���������
a spinster, and v/as living at present
Thong
was v.*el
Tlie trouble with thin people has
always been that they do not absorb or retain enough of the fleshy
ma fit r to make them gain in weight
i-ven io ;i normal extent; bufc this
new discovery of blending certain
harmless drugs is a- revelation to
.ciencc. and hundreds have gained
from ten lo forty pounds in a few
weeks. Thero is no danger of becoming (00 fat. When you get the
rig hi  weight ihen stop using.
The general health and strength
is areatiy improved in anyone from
tlu. iige of sixteen to sixty. Women
soon get plump, with well rounded
arms and full bust, and men become   straight,   strong-looking' and
healthy.
In ;_ half pint bot'Me get threo
ounces, of essence of pepsin and
three ounces syrup of rlnibiirb.**
Then add one ounce compound essence cardiol, shake and let stand
two hours. Then add one ounce
tincture cadomrne, compound (not
caidamom). Take a teaspoonful
before and after meals, and weigh
before beginning.
i :n Trow
, ,._in.. Maude had not heard of hcr
so strange to Hunk he wrote it, "-'id jj(il. ,ornc iimCi ,nd vorv c;lgcrly sho
Maude trembled violently, while tho | v,.ld (ho ]e(,tcr   |.Uighing immodcr-
lilile  red   spots  c;imo   out
ier neck  and faee.  a.s  she
ii] over
glanced
Cousin
,".t<iy, .and giving vent to sudden ex-
.     cl.'iniiitions of    astonishment at its
at ihe.    words, "My    dear    Cousin  sul.|J].jKjnK  intelligence.    Janet was
Maude." ;J   mother!���������"a   livin'  mother  lo a
li, was a kind,  affectionate nolo, ;..]li](, bovn  out of t|uC SCason,"'   so
uk.  told how the writer would wel- Li,fi _dolitrhLcd creature wrote,  "and
what was better than all, it was a
giiL and the Sunday before was
baptized as Maude Matilda .l.on-
inglon Blodgett- Hopkins, there being no reason.'"'" she said, "'why she
.school, on .Second  street,  and
wjis all-he. know. ������ ,
(To be continued.)
this
h  )\A\)V. CMAYWAIU.V, SlfOWlNft.
Annual S.a.o._������e������(    <*���������_   .he l.rili.h
Amori.'i As"-t'*'*u,e<: ('ompaity.
- Attention is directed lo, thc .1111111-
t a fashionable boarding-   ;,i  __.-;*.iieial  .statement of thc Urit-
ish Ame.iicii. Assu>'.'iiiee. 'Company
.given in another place in to-day's
issue. The profits on the year's
trading amounting to .21.,J1 l.oO
give evidence of the satisfactory
condition of the company's affairs.
The surplus to policyholders siands
at $915.o(>o.fso. The ])remium income w;is $ I ,G.S.'2:-K. ti.")   :ind   out of
U^CLK EZKA  SAYS:    ���������
"A great many times it is the advice that you don't git that, docs
you the  most good."
come and love  her as    his cousin,
while,  ;if the same  time, if cJiided
"laving
ier
lor  noo
answered thoj
tier    sent    some    week's    before.
"Perhaps y.u did nol deem it
th;.- of -ni  an-'.ver,"' he wrote,
I   Wil:
wor-
���������'1 nit
Mlf
.    I shouldn't  give  her   child  a.s  many
sadly disappointed m receiv-1 n;jnK,s as l]jc    qaGon    0f 'Lugland
lione,   and now    ihat    you arc ! hit(.]l(,cl lintfl ]1CVS  beside that it was
really lo be my cousin I shall expect I
at all   likelv    that    slie  would
Vo.l
"if i
to do belter,  and ire;u me as:...^... h;i/e ,.nother, and so she had
niproved     this    opportunity,    and
_fy:fcr____l__gr_*ir^f_ r r 1 tit >^-. _n
lo...cs ol $8:30,-
e.*;!'0"!S>?.. of .$UG0,-
tnd other receipts
had a;i  exislence.    J. C.   must
I
are  _onc
"glorious  ITUT
id
dfni~thfvv'
1111]
monopolize you   wholly,   for
sha IL-claiLlLJl._ Il" 1'P-ilL_f_l__[l._:__.��������� _-..^j:Wj,? -Matty.-__arry-aiidJi&rJi.rs.t.L
na mod  her  daughter   in   honor   ol
sell. '
Poor
husband, Joel.      But,"' she wrote,
3 _S   _?___������ ^9
v:^afT"'
!���������{���������_ sum������ urn '^ lips
COLD S_&_$, WISCBB3.RN.
52 Vaseline Remedies in Tubes
Capsicum, Boiatcd, .NfenthoL.ti.. Carbo-
laleJ, Cnmphoiatc-i, While 0_i<l. of Zinc,
etc. Knch for special purposes. W:iic for
Free Vasaline Boole.
C__:SE���������ROUCH  WFC.  CO.  (Cons'd)
37-S=Cra.,s-8t,=V/.������-Montrsal=
te.is were paid nre
00!.2G, and ofliei
SJ7.0!. 1'n to roit
aie given as ftaJ.Ti!;.. !f> and this
the pro fii.*. up to the very
��������� factory amount mentioned
ab( ve. The British .America Assurance Company was incorporated in
!S3o. and since the orgaiiiz.lion the
five huses paid have readied the
enormous sum  _i  $:j3.'.i_0,T0'i.0l.
bring.1.
L'lTEl.AL.
.fislress���������Do   you    clean    rooms
with alacrity ?
'Aiiplieant���������T gin'rally pref.r:. pa-
^^gTrervi���������s\vu cpcTBT-n ranr
noo
r Maude !    She did not; <<|'ciolV*t know what you'll say when     __==
1 ���������Tlicir P7iCClC^^_r _ _*.,C������ol0?erv  fteI U,e su,nm,,r ,lir ,,,,nl, h01' ,jn'W JJ icll vou that my old man and some
h���������.    greatly,   and   he   _.i_   so   nci, |_(|jd noL hc.n. U)e disc01.diUlfc no(:os| ^^  h;ive  m.;de nie  believe that
TH.!it.   and aitentive that Nellie  I'C" | v.i|K;h j    (-/ |li:ui
made upon .ihe piano, , KCt.jn' I'vc-au heir of my own flesh
glad  to see you.
"Vou'Il   wait, some    time,   i
wait for thai.'1 mullercd J.  C as
he   rctiiriud  10  the house in  quest
mean
said aloud,   "What does he
���������v"u ' I  never received  a note."
"1 know it, 1 know it.'' hastily
.snoke J. C.. ami coining to her side,
of Maude, with whom he had a l"������S. i|'(. h.iuded her the soiled missive,
:im'   most   d.-lidilful  interview,   ior'
old Hannah, in unusually good spir- ] ,M1",
its. e;.prosM".' lu'r williimncss to see
lo everything, siiying to hrr young
niirtress.   ""'I'mi   <xn  ahmg  now.  and
! sa.\ iiig.  "It  came a  long time ago.
w;is mislaid among mv p;ipers,
court  a  spcl
I     reckon   I   bain
until this letter recalled it to my
mind. There is nothing in. it of any
consequence. 1 dare say, and hail it
not been sealed. I might, perhaps
have read it, for as the doctor says,
on the fence in old Virgin.y and;^,. ,, in.lxi,��������� flf mine, "tlmt a wife
heiird iho bobolinks a singin'. ' i j..���������'..ild luave no secrets from hev
���������Old Hannah    was    waxing svnl i- 'j i)l;s|);nui.'     iiev   .Maude?"   and   he
heightened !(..1)0SS(,(| ],._,. burnin.  cheek as she
done forgot how I find Crockclt sol
menial
iind    with
bloom upon her cheeks. Maude let'
her to her memories of .Crocket
and the bobolinks, while she wen
back to her lover.    J. (..'. wjis wel
'���������jread  the   note,  which,  had   it  been
'��������� I earlier received, might have eh'ing-
1 I cd hcr whole after life,
���������j    And still  if was  not one-half   as
skilled  in   the  little,    delicate acts ! iiiT..ctionut.i} in its. tone as was  the
which fend  to win and keep a woman's  heart,   iind   in   lis! en ing    to
las;,   for it    began    with   "'Cousin
M_ude" iind ended wilh "Yours re-
A flfivorini*. used thc sr.me .... lemon nr Tnnilln.
Jiy dissolving granulated sug.ir in watcr ami
lidding Map'.cine, a rJciiduusi syrup i:'. niadc and
it syrup better than maplu. Mcplcinr is sold by
urocci!". If not send 50i: for .. or., bottle and
rsri'if twok.   Crescent M.f~. Co., SsnUlo, W������,
YIC-. ntSTHMPC .
8������< l.A14R_HAI.   PEVCR
g __t) ALL NOiit;
fiUv ������N������ imtOAl DISEASE
ES
(.'urr.s I lu.1 fiicV. and acts a* a provuntjvc fer others. Liquid irivi-.n on t lie
torn.ur. S:ili>. for brtwd mares and all other . lies! Jcidney ri.'iiu'dy! f.Ov: and
$1 a bolt!'*; J5 and .10 Iho dozen. Sold liy all ilni;:i*,:*-.i.s and l:i_-_.; iroodi
litmses,   Dislrihutprs: All Wholesale Drop. Houses,
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists, G0SH1:N, INDIANA, U.S.A.
wouldn't- have changed my will; but
n;ilm* is natur."
Searcely had Miuide finished reading, this letter when J. C. came in,
and she handed it to .Iiini. lie did
no. si'Cin surprised, for he'had always regarded the will as a doubtful' matter; but: in reality he was
a little 'chagrined, for five thousand
was only half 'as '.much as ten. Still
Ids love for -Maude was, as yet.
stronger than his love for money .'ind
lie only laughed -heartily at the
string of names which J ancl. had
given to her offsiiring, saying, "it
was a. pity it -hadn't boon-a. boy. so
she could 'have called bin: Je.dci. liah
C!eisbolham.:'
"He docs not care foi" my money.'" .laude thought, ad her heart'
we. out toward hini. more lovingly
than it had ever done before, iind
h'.-*.* dark eyes filled wilh tears,
when he lo'ld her. as he ere long-
did, that he must leave the next day
ane'  return to Rochester.
'���������'The little property left mo by
mv mother needs attention, so  my
d
:.hciwill ha;-: gone up, and we.
ioorer than we were before by
thousand dollars, it is neees-
that 1 should bestir myself,
know.
agent writes  me,''   he   said,   ''an
now
are
(ir.
sarv
vou
Maude could not tell why it was
ha' his words affected her unnh_ is-
ui.lv. for she knew he was not rich,
__!___!___![9^
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I had scarcely any blood and  suffered from all ihe distressing  symptoms of anaemia. .'Doctors did  not/ help mc in ihe least, and acting  **st __5  SELECTED ftKClPES.  At.  04 the advice of a friend 1 began  , taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Tbey effected a remarkable change  .in my condition ; indeed I really believe they saved my life, as L havc  been well and sLrong ever since I  took them. I also recommended the  Tills to a neighbor's daughter who  was similarly run down, and they  also completely restored dier  health."   ' .  Every woman and growing girl  should take Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills occasionally. If you arc. ailing from any of- the many troubles  which afflict your sex they will  cure you; if you are not ailing they  will protect your health..and keep  .you well and-strong. Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills are sold by all dealers  in medicine or direct at 50 cents a  box or six boxes for $2.50 from Thc  Dr. Williams' Medicine"Co., Brock-  ' ville, Out.   *.   FACT AND FANCY.  Vices    and  .virtues   both,  renew  .their.youth "as they arc exercised.  .Sparrows have    three broods    a  year. '  A girl in a cozy corner is worth  two at a pink tea.  "II; should'be every woman's ambition to live up to hcr best photograph.  The largest gold coin i.s thc loof  of Annan.   Jt is worth $3J5.  'Economical Man _a!adc.���������������������������Put one  orange, one grapefruit and one lemon through the meat-chopper; add  eight cup*, of water and se������������������. away  for twenty-four hour-.. Boil fwen-  fv minutes and let stand-another  uventy-four hours. Then add equal  quantity of sugar and boil till if  jellies. Will make one dozen glasses.  Beet Soup.���������������������������Chop three cooked  beets while hot, and simmer in one  q'iiart of rich-milk for twenty minutes; season with salt and pepper,  thicken slightly with ilour, 'and  strain. Served in cups with whipped cre.am, it is most delicious, .although it may be served in thc ordinary way in soup-plates without  the cream.'  "Woodford Pudding.���������������������������Three eggs,  one tablespoonful of sugar, one-half  cupful of butter, one-half cupful of  flour, one teaspoonful of soda dissolved in four tcaspoonfuls of" sour  milk, one cupful of strawberry jam  or preserves. Bake one-half hour  in moderate oven. Serve with following sauce: One tablespoonful of  corn starch, one-half cupful of sugar one tablc'spoonful of butter,  one pint of boiling* water. Cook  until- clear.  Economical    Dish.���������������������������Order a veal  shank, about 15.coats' worth; boil.  with a handful of rice and an onion,  until the meat falls from the bones  aud the broth is nearly cooked  away. Take thc meat and chop line  in a,bowl-or granite pan and pour  over it thc- remaining rice, broth,  and onion in the kettle, salt and  popper, and set to cool and congeal.  When perfectly cold slice. It makes  an excellent cold meat and .will  serve for several meals.  An Appetizing Way to Serve  Mutton.���������������������������Take a loin ' of mutton  weighing three or four pounds, cut  it,into chops���������������������������or leave it whole, if  preferred���������������������������remove thc . fat,., wipe  dry. .flour and broil over 'a Ivory  hot lire until lightly browned,- bufc  not entirely cooked. "Put it in a  saucepan and pour over it a pint'of  boiling water. Add salfc, popper,  and half a teaspoonful of powdered  cloves and" allspice mixed, and half  a teaspoonful of sweet hc.'bs. Stew  for half an hour.. Kavc boiled in a  large    saucepan    with    plenty    of  spoonful of boiling watcr. Put in  a baking dish and bake for ten mi n-  uics. Serve with brown sauce made  as follows: Brown Sauce,���������������������������Melt  one heaping teaspoonful of butter,  into this stir one tablespoonful of  flour. Add boiling watcr to make  thc gravy the proper consistency.  Season' with pepper and salt and  stii* in one teaspoonful of extract of  beef.  Three     llccipes     for     Meatless  Ji cr.us���������������������������Scalloped   tomatoes���������������������������Scald  and skin enough tomatoes to fill a  quart baking dish, put a layer of tomatoes  in  the bottom of thc dish,  cover with  a    layer  of Tine bread  .crumbs, dots of butter, pepper, and  I salt;'place another ,layer of tomatoes and cover Lhc top with a second layer of broad crumbs, closely  packed,   dotted  over    with  butter,  pepper, and salt.    Bake in a slow-  oven one hour  or one hour and a  half, until brown and packed down.  Canned  tomatoes  can  be  used    in  the same manner,  using    only the  solid  tomatoes and    cooking about  thiee-quartcrs of an hour���������������������������a little  Joss, in a quick oven.  Scalloped' Cheese. ��������������������������� Scalloped  cheese is a, good substitute for  meat, as one pound of cheese is  equal to two pounds of meat. Butte.' a baking dish, put in a layer of  bread cut inlo squares, add a layer  cf cheese cut small, dust with salt  and paprika; add more bread,  about a half of a.stale loaf, one cup  of cheese, and one-half-teaspoonful  of salt. Beat two eggs light, add  one pint o������������������ milk, pour over the  bread and cheese ; bake " half an  hcur in a moderate oven. ���������������������������  Tomato lliec���������������������������Stew the tomatoes  and press through a coarse sieve ; to  one cupful of this allow a 'half a  cupful of rice, wash and boil in a  plenty of boiling water twenty minutes. Drain the rice thoroughly  and mix with the tomatoes, "adding  salt and pepper. Set the saucepan  on one side, uncovered, to stew  gently for, fifteen minutes. Add a  small lump of butter and when ibis melted, serve. Do not stir thc  ice around; lift it from the bottom  AVl.cn you see tins j rack* Mark on any Medicinal or Toilet Preparation vou  purchase.  His an assurance to you that every ingredient cuteriR 0 _i _J  preparanou is of. the highest quality (llat money 4i procure    wfia   fa cvS  move unportaiit, ,1 is au assurance that these ingredients have been compounded  according t0 the best formula, known, by expert chemists of lon.eS cc S  with thc accent on the second syllable. '  with a fork lo mix it.'  .    'iiiuiiii.       j u    jo    iyui vil   epL>__l. .!-"���������������������������_������������������        "������������������*n _ _|y<   . 1 >y im        J.JUilOV Ul  Wc know that perseverance is thc water, four carrots, two turnips,  price of success���������������������������bufc if wc should.M^-'O onions and a small head of eel-  only understand that it is always cry. When they avc tender cut  payable in  advance!  \- ' *    | them in. slice!, half, an inch thick and  Petroleum, when first discovered,   put with thc mutton.    Let all stew  was sold  in small  vials as a rheu  matism cure.  A good way to annoy a girl is to  ask hcr, when you see her in a new  dress, where she got ifc dyed. -  . A Manayunk, Pcnn.. man hasn't  spoken to his wife for fifteen years,  lie. explains that he doesn't want  to intern. _L hcr.  _*.  8LKHNB'DRAUGHTS  INDJOOTfllKFIIXTilM  A mother should never give hcr  child a. sleeping draught, soothing  mixture or opiate of any kind except on the advice of a doctor who  has seen the child. All these things  contain poisons    and  together 'slowly for half an hour  more, or until meat and vegetables  aro as tender as possible without  breaking to pices. If thc gravy  boils "away add a.little boiling water  and stir well. l.cmove all fat from  tiio top of gravy ancl add a wine-  glassful of catsup. Cold shoulder  or leg of muton is also good cooked  in this way.  English  Boiled  Cabbage���������������������������Cut a  smail__cabbagC-_into���������������������������qua i:L_._s,___c__  move the outer leave's, and cut  away thc core; wash thoroughly in  two waters; lay ifc in a colander and  lot, it drain while a large kettle of  -   HOME HINTS:     .  Corks  soaked in "warm oil. as as  good as  glass' stoppers: .    .  Always cut cucumbers from-'the  flower end: . The.stalk end has..a  bitter taste.  When cutting pastry for patties,  etc., dip the knife'or cutter .in hot  water. .     ���������������������������  Celery seed makes a delicious  flavoring for soups when celery is  not obtainable.  Boots that have been hardened  by wet, should bc well rubbed with  vaseline.  Tough fowls can be made perfect-'  ly tender if steamed for two hours,  or even longer.  When stewing fruit add thc sugar  after ifc is taken off thc fire, then  Icr... quantity will be  required.  To ice a cake put a lump of the  icing on thc top and spread with a  knife  dipped  in  boiling  water.  for TheTublic  ���������������������������What the Laws Say  For the protection of the public the  ��������������������������� law of each Province in Canada states  that only thoroughly qualified men are  . allowed   to   dispense   prescriptions���������������������������  these men being physicians or graduates  of ^recognized Colleges of Pharmacy.  The logical conclusion is that as tlie  laws are made by the representatives of  the people, thc people want protection,  and should welcome the opportunity  of being able to procure in anv part of  Canada thc NA-DRU-CO line of medicinal aud toilet preparations, compounded by expert' chemists from the -  purest and best ingredients, and guaranteed by a firm of our standing. l  f When you see the NA-DRU-CO  Trade Mark you havc this, pporlunity  and the guarantee for which you an;  ���������������������������looking.  Source of the NA-DRU-CO  Formulae  The National Drug and Chemical  Company of Canada, Limited, acquired thc businesses and maintains  the honorable traditions of 21 of thc  principal wholesale Drug Houses in  Canada, from Halifax to Vancouver.  All of these firms had long and successful careers, some of llicm.fi.tv to  one hundred years, and during their  existence they had accumulated a  splendid lot of formula, which all became the property of thc " National."  After giving these formula: careful study and practical tests for several years  we have now brought out, based on  them, the NA-DRU-CO line of about  125 medicinal and toilet preparations.  All the ingredients in these preparations  ��������������������������� are the best and purest.that money can  buy, and they are compounded by a  staff of expert chemists, each of whom  ranks higlrin his profession.  -- We have sue li* implicit confidence in  NA-DRU-CO. Preparations that we  offer them with  A Four-Fold Guarantee  The First Guarantee  is the firm behind thc NA-DRU-CO  f rade Mark.- -  The National Drug and Chemical  Company of Canada, Limited, is one of  'the largest wholesale drug firms in the  world, ..having a Paid-up Capital of  over Five Million Dollars. *We have  wholesale brandies in the principal  distributing centres in Canada so that  you can at all times satisfy yourself  that there is such a firm. Wc are the  largest buyers of drugs ancl do the  greater part of the wholesale drmj  business in Canada. Wc employ a staff  of about nine liTi'ndred people and distribute in salaries, dividends and other  expenses over One Million Dollars annually. We carry a stock distributed  among our Branches, of about Two,  Million Dollars, and iu addition we own  real estate and buildings which" are  to-day worth about Five Hundred  thousand Dollars, ancl other large  assets.  The Second Guarantee  of NA-DRU-CO quality  is  the  NA-  DRU-CO Trade Marie" itself.  We know that the quality of the first  NA-DRU-CO preparation you buy will  practically decide whether you become  a regular user of NATDRU-CO articles  or not���������������������������and for that trial you may select any one of the 125 preparations.  So we must make.each NA-DRU-CO  article of the very highest quality or  risk the reputation and sales of the  whole line^  The Third Guarantee  of NA-DRU-CO quality is the fact that  NA-DRU-CO preparations are never,  at any time or in any place, sold at cut ���������������������������  prices.  NA-DRU-CO   preparations   are   so  much  better   than   the   preparations -  whose prices are cut that discerning people prefer to pay full prices for the NA- -  DRU-CO  goods.  The Fourth Guarantee  of NA-DRU-CO quality is short and*  very much to the point. If after trying any article bearing the NA-DRU-  CO Trade Mark you are not entirely  satisfied, return it to the druggist from  whom you bought it and he will hand  back your money.  Consult Your Physician  NA-DRU-CO medicinal preparations  arc not intended to lake the place of your  physician's prescriptions���������������������������far from it  When you arc ill you heed the physician's skilful diagnosis and -treatment,  and it would be folly to depend on yoni  own diagnosis- and any household '  remedy. -  But iu emergencies when you cannot  get the doctor quickly, and in. many  other cases, a reliable'household- remedy  is a real blessing.  To put. the absolute reliability of NA-  DRU-CO preparations beyond doubt or '  question, we are prepared to furnish to  your physician or your druggist, on  request, a list of the ingredients in any  NA-DRU-CO  preparation.   Ask these  men, who are men ������������������f. standing in vour  community, and in whom,you place  implicit confidence, all about NA-DRU-  CO remedies. ,.  If your druggist has not thc parti-  cular  NA-DRU-CO  preparation  yon  ask for 111 slock, he can get it for yon  wilhm   two   days . from   our   nearest  wholesale branch.  .  _  *     _���������������������������  ^Tw^Pw_f_lir���������������������������_iF_r:C^liin3������������������l^  Kronehilis ami Hoarseness  in Five Hours.  water i.s coming to a boil. When  tlie water is boiling very fast,- put  in   the  cabbage.      Add  one table  may kill the little one.    When vou I      '������������������        ������������������       'L.'liul ������������������"������������������ ������������������c���������������������������fc Sft,t"  give your child Baby's Own Tablets     ' <'     . ������������������\'   j^ f^'     As soon  you--have-the guarantee of  a gov-   ^ 4 ���������������������������n fh back.lo the.bo,ling-point  1        11,1,  /��������������������������� ��������������������������� ,P.       remove the cover and misli the c_b-  crnraent analyst that this medicine   ,,..0.0. ,,.,.,.��������������������������� ��������������������������� ,,   4] - ,        ,.  docs not contain  one  particle    of L������������������/ Si������������������\,t     r?1Lo-ll,������������������ ^7 l">m hine  opiate or narcotic and cannot pos-     ������������������ ,l    ������������������"     M1?  S.0C!'P.L o[ s������������������cc������������������s������������������ ������������������  .'.... .   .    . .     x   -  1 Lu havc rapid    boiling,    plenty  of  _     . _ ....��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ,...,..  sibly do harm���������������������������but always do good  The Tablets promptly euro all stomach, bowel and teething troubles,  and give healthy, natural sleep.  Sold by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a bux from The D...  Williams' Medicine Co., ii rock ville,  Ont.  He who shakes at public opinion  never makes .it.  A witty frenchman writes in a  Paris newspaper that "a French  major is a man who has throe medals. Tlie third was given to him  because he had two, the second because lie had one, and the first because he had  no no."  QUICKEST WITH SAFETY  mi  water,   plenty    of    room." and" the  cover off.   It will take from twenty-1  livp to thirty-five minutes to cook. '  Make a dressing for the cabbage by!  rubbing  one  tablespoonful  of butler and  one  large   teaspoonful    of!  flour  to a  paste  and adding it to  r.._������������������-h._l_ cup of warmed milk. Take  up the cabbage in the colander and !  press with a plate to get every drop I  of wafer out; dress and servo,    j'f j  onco this manner of cooking is tried '  it will make many convert. . for instead of a wilted, indigestible vegetable,  there is ,. delicious,  lender,  springlike one, ixnd with the additional advantage of having had very  little odor from the cooking,  CURE  m. __s _ .yhl _\ua _ yoR;(jS}_ _ii$^%$$  For the baby often m .ar.s re.t for ������������������  both mother nnd child. _  Little, ones  |  like it too-���������������������������it's so palatable to take.  I  r_       c ��������������������������� Ji  rree Irom opiates. g  AH Drucci _ . 25 cents. J������������������  _B^ff5g_&__ ^gB__a_^-rgffi'_!_ajgLjjSB^  MI. . TLKSS HINTS.  .Meatless r.eef Loaf.���������������������������Soak    one-  half pound of stale bread in warm  _ water  and sqi.ee/.e it dry.    J'ut a  ! piece of butler  (he size of an egg  i !   a  stew  pan  and  when  hot mix  ...  i*; a largo onion, finely chopped.  As soon a.s the onion becomes a golden color put in   the  bread and a  tablespoonful-of   ch.pped    parsley  and salt to taste.    Stir it  until if  leaves the sides of the    pan,  then  add two    eggs in    which    has been  mixed  ono-half  teaspoonful  of extract of beef dissolved in one table-  Much is being done in these days  to slop thc ravages of consumption,  but probably nothing has been so  effective as teaching the public how  to break up a cold and cure  coughs, bronchitis, Lonsilitis, etc.,  with ' simple "homc-mi_e~d" medicine."  A laxative cough syrup, free from  whiskey is the pr.imo need. A cough  indicates inflammation and congestion and these in turn are due to.  an excess of waste and poisons in  thi. system. A tonic laxative cough  syrup rids the system of conges-  lion, while relieving the painful  j coughing. Get thc following and  mix at home: One-half ounce fluid  wild cherry bark, one ounce compound es..<.ucr* cardiol and three  ounces syrup white pine compound.  Shake the bolllc and lake twenty  drops evcry half hour for four  hours. Then one-half to ono teaspoonful three 01* four times'daily.  Give children less, according to  age.. Cut this out and save it for  some friend.  Write for the 1910 NA^DRU-CO Almanac, giving a list of _A-_BTj r_  JX?,? ?ndrCSSV With ������������������tl,ecr useful tafo������������������n_������������������������������������.g Add_i "Natlal W Co  Advertising Department, 34 St. Gabriel Street, Montreal."       i,au?nai vrvS V������������������ _  National Drug & Chemical Company  of Canada, Limited * ",  ������������������5 nS- { TH_lifaX~?_-Jtthn-M������������������ntr?al-������������������ttawa-King������������������ton-Toronto-Hamiltoa  ���������������������������������������������-he5. 1 ^"^"-Wmnmeg-Regina-Calgary-Nelson-Vancouver-vS"  ww.t Witt:  PAINT DO ?  Well, this brand will make your  house .1 prince amongst its ncighhors.  It will tell ortonc and prosperity about  yourself. It will make you happier in  your home.  Ramsay's Paints  bring liappiiu.. to your home.- -Thcy-  never disappoint. You arc secure- in  buying this old established, well known  brand. Always genuine and of great  repute for lone and beauty. Yon can  have our haiidsonic booklet on house  painting to help you if you write us.  Ask for Booklet "\V," free.  A. RAMSAY & SON CO.,  I. ,,'iblisliuil IS _,  The Paint Makers,      -      Montreal  Fast friends are sometimes loose;  companions. i  De who thinks he is a debtor to!  none is usually pauper to all.  "Did Tom have any luck hunting tigers in India?" ' "Yes���������������������������ureal  luck."    "'How?"    "He didn't meet  ;gers  GOES LIKE SIXTY      ^ __^���������������������������___���������������������������  81CU.SLIKRSIXTV     _.���������������������������<������������������_.__  &.SELLS FOR      , *$&?������������������.__������������������  GILSON  P^_S������������������ G A SOU NE  ������������������** E._ G I N E  Fnrl_inp*i._ Cream  k_oepaml_   .Churn .Wa������������������hM_  cln'm-*, etc.       ._i! Trini.  .... 3A������������������lforcuu!..������������������-.<mi_  ..  5ILSON MFG. CO.: a, >_r_St..  _UBLP .. ONT.  Fairbanks-Morse Gasoline Engines  ESP_C.fU._y #DAP7EP FOR GENERAL FARM USE.  n_.'.!i'k.SV3,l^i'10:^'y"s'''si"l���������������������������,,lo Hi'''���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������''ver.i.n f.itm hniiil <\u* ouoralo thorn.   Thoy wert es-  ������������������������������������_',,..' ol"*,t,(110 ������������������������������������>������������������ct Dto-nu _ _��������������������������������������������� ... il,u Pi. m...., ..,m1 ������������������.;;. 0I,.,(,|��������������������������� you to loduco labor costi,  .    ,,   i'1 * '" uat" "���������������������������."." i,l",,������������������y ������������������"��������������������������� "f >���������������������������">"��������������������������� f " "i H' in 'ivar I.U...-0.   (Jot te;uly now to run your  c:it"lngii. (M'!'!o(i'.^W 1-Co'5 c"Uln" ",l1 [hii <*"'������������������|>!oto  luliertl.omont ami samllng for  THE CANADIAN   FAIRBANKS   COMPANY,   Limitod,  MONTREAL, ST.   JOHN,  N.  Q. TnnnNTO. WINNIPEG  ST.   JOHN,  N.  B.  CAI-CARY,  N'.MK_.  rnnnNTo,  VANCOUVER  Aimiii..'-.  L [Ww#������������������uvw.iiiuuMww������������������rtwi.a_*vWtxi������������������i, rauuuc?..*c  _:M������������������.*_M.ta���������������������������_i  m.'r   .<mv... 1...^.^.. THE ENDERBY' PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKL_  Thursday, May 19, 1910  Toothsome  Sweets  Ganong's and Webb's  When the name of these great  candy makers is on the box,  you know that you are getting  the BEST made. A shipment  of a complete line of delicious  chocolates from both of these  houses has just been received.  Take a fresh box home with  you and make HER happy.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ciurst.  Enderby  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every   Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. (it  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising. Rates: Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subst _uent insertion. Contract advertising. $1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each Bubaciquonl insertion.  i Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line. ^  MAY 19,  1910  UP TO THE GROWER  EXTRA!  Special in Suitings to Order  In order to further, introduce the  famous "Hobberlin" made to order  clothes, we have arranged with this  big Tailoring House to offer Nos. 581,  582, 583, 584, 589 and 593 at $15.00.  The regular price of these goods has  been $22.00. They are splendid  "Spring Cheviots" in.the popular designs and colorings, and equal to  any ,.$22 or ?25 suiting elsewhere. It  will pay you to come out of your  way to leave your measure. No such  values havc ever been offered in this  town. It is only by "special" arrangement we have been enabled to  do so. Ask to see these-numbers  when you come.  Wheeler & Evans  City Meat Market  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  The Provincial Government is leaving no stone unturned, through the  ! energetic operation of its various  j departments, to assist and encourage  | every branch of agriculture. It is  lending every assistance to the agri-  1 culturist, no matter in what line he  lis engaged, by providing him with the  | most reliable information obtainable  | covering every phase of his work.  I The poultry man,' the stock raiser,  !the intensive farmer, the fruit raiser,  'all have an expert representative at  i the department head, whose duty it  ! is to furnish the most up-to-date information in the branches they repre-  ' sent. If a person engaged in any of  ; these branches fails to receive the  'bulletins furnished by the Govern-  ' ment, it is owing to that' person's  | own carelessness or indifference. The  'department of Agriculture is doing  its work well, and it but remains for  the agriculturist, fruit raiser, stockman or poultryman   to   do his part.  Mr. J. C. Metcalfe of Hammond,B.  C, has been sent by the Provincial  Government into the Northwest provinces on similar work to that conducted by him last year. He will enquire into the problems affecting the  transportation and marketing of B.  C. fruit in the Prairie provinces, and  ] generally to do all he can to further  ithe interests of the fruit growers of  the Province.  Mr. Metcalf will issue reports from  time to time as to market conditions, etc., at the different, centres,  both by wire and letter. This information will be disseminated to the  fruit growers from the Agricultural  Department, immediately -t is received, by all channels available.  I One of these will be through the  press of the Province, and everything  possible will be done to help the fruit  growers and the fruit industry  towards securing their rightful place  in the rapidly-growing markets of the  middle west.  best friend, father and sovereign being thus suddenly called away. May  God give us his Divine help to bear  this heaviest of crosses which he has  seen fit to lay upon us. His will be  done.  "Give him thought in your prayers  which will comfort and sustain me in  all that I have to go through.  "Let me take this opportunity, of  expressing my heartfelt thanks for all  |the touching letters and tokens of  ! sympathy I have received from all  classes, high and low, rich and poor,  which arc so numerous that I fear it  will be impossible for me ever to  thank everybody individually. 0  "I confide my dear son to your  care, who, I know, will follow in his  dear father's footsteps, begging you  to show him thc same loyalty and  devotion you showed his dear father.  I know that both my dear son and  daughter-in-law will do their utmost  to merit and keep it."  PRIMAL  SEX PRODUCTS  A MOTHER'S MESSAGE  The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  Private  Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs; stylish drivers; new har-  ^_s_T"eYery_hin������������������^up-to-dat_=and~  well-kept. When you wish a rig  for a Sunday drive, speak for it  early, as my finest turn-outs are  usually spoken for in advance.  Anor Matthews  Cliff Street Enderby  Queen Alexandra has given the nation a grand message. It rings true  of the woman's heart and echoes  clearly a mother's love. In it there  is the deep appreciation of the sympathy of a nation's love. It is just  such a message as one would expect  from the wife of the man the nation  loved to honor. The Queen's message to the nation Is as follows:  "From the depth of my poor broken heart I wish to express to the  whole nation and the kin people we  love so well my deep-felt thanks for  all their touching sympathy in my  overwhelming sorrow and unspeakable  anguish. Not alone have I lost  everything in him, my beloved husband, but the nation too, has suffered  an   irreparable    loss   by their  Henry George ��������������������������� used to argue that  "man is a land animal." And Henry  George was right. But he should  have added that no man can reach  his best as a "land animal" without  the aid of woman.  Adam Smith's dictum that all  wealth comes from labor applied to  land is also true, but not all of the  truth. All labor applied to land will  not necessarily produce wealth. As  Elbert Hubbard would tritely say,  another factor is needed���������������������������the factor  of intelligence, which implies purpose,  system, order, intent, enterprise.  No man can develop these things  alone on a farm. No man can develop these things alone in any other  calling, whether it :is that of preaching sermons from the pulpit or  through the handles of a plow. It  requires the presence���������������������������the companionship of a woman. The result of all  labor in the final summing up is in  the quality of the superintendence.  "In the raising of fruits and flowers, love is as necessary as labor."  No drunkard ever had success with  flowers, and for him fruits will not  ripen. You cannot fertilize land with  whiskey, nor "can you irrigate with  strong drink and woman's tears.  "Fruits and flowers are primal sex  products, and are best raised by men  and women in partnership."  ; $$_>_4>$_^_^_^_^_^$$$$_*<  E. J. Mack  | Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Driv-  | ers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  <| Prompt attention to all customers <|  Land-seekers and  Tourists in- $  vited to give us a trial.  ENDERBY  Hotel  The Home of the Old-Timer  and the abode of the New-  Comer. All will find a warm  welcome at the pioneerhouse  and you'll be madeJ to feel at  home, no matter when you  hangup your hat.  G. E. MANNING, Proprietor  Enderby  Without wishing to cast reflections  on the City Council, or to question  the sincerity of the men who are doing what they deem best to handle  the city business economically and  well, yet we feel called upon to ask  them if they believe it is economy or  good business judgement to endeavor  to carry on the city's business without a city solicitor? If it is economy, then why should the municipal  clauses Act demand that all cities  shall have a city solicitor?  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary President,  Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL. G. C. M. G.  President, Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND. K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General _ar.u_.tT,   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON. Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT SsS?.JES* ^Tr^\Zih  BrnncheH in Olcanagnn District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernoji, Kdpwna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON. Esq,, Mnnn _er. Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. Endeiiby  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  Marcellus Junior  (14758 *  mported Direct from  Scotland last Fall, and won Cup and  Grand Championship at Seattle & Victoria Exhibitions  PEDIGREE-Marcellus Junior (14758): Bay; white face; four white  legs; foaled, April 23, 1906; bred by James McGaw, Stranraer,  Scotland.   Property of the Stepney Ranch, Enderby.  DAM  Melanie [16612] (14685)   .  Nina [16613] (8673)  Nance [4700] (573)  Lily  Will travel and stand for service as follows: Monday morning, leave Stepney  Ranch; Enderby, noon; over night and till Tuesday noon at Hazelmere ranch  (Mr. Waddell's); Enderby, Tuesday eve.; Wednesday morn., leave Stepney  Ranch; Armstrong, noon; Knop Hill, (Petrie's Ranch), over night and till  noon Thursday; Armstrong, Thursday night and Friday morning, returning  home Friday evening via L. W. Hartwell's ranch.  Terms: To insure, $25.00; reduction made on three mares ancl voer.  . T R F      ���������������������������  Marcellus [4683] (11110)  Lord Stewart 5976] (10084)  Macgregor [44 6] (1487)  Farmer [3056] (286  Garibaldi (318)  <S*J)<&S$<S)_<S)S<!^^  Shoes  Walk-Over  Hamilton-Brown  "Made Wright"  McCready Classic  Ames-Holden  F. Slater  Every line a leader  in its class  Clothing  Only one line-  THE BEST  K5^ Our large stock gives  you the best in patterns  and style to choose from  We also carry a large range of samples to choose  from, if you want a suit made to order.     Fit and  satisfaction guaranteed or we keep the suit.  Can't be fairer.  |    Call for one of our Grocery Price  Lists, It will save you money.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd-  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  We have some good  Lumber  which we are selling at prices  From  $5 to $13  per thousand  Also small lots of special  stocks which we wish to  move.' If you will call  . and see us we will name  figures  to   do  business.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  Limited  Enderby B.C.  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  =_J^ernon,.BX.__=__  Headquarters for Choice Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Prompt   attention given to orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,    and House Plants in  Variety.  We can  still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  on  cut at the present time  Our Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  A  i*\  i.  ft-1  _  _  9  _  _  I  .  i'-i  _  I  %  ..I  :_I  a  :'J\  i  i  ���������������������������I 4s  Thu .-slay, Miyl9, 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  FIT  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       ,    "    ' t  AND  BICYCLE SUPPLIES  OF ALL KINDS  WE HANDLE FAIRBANK'S  GASOLINE ENGINES  FOR ALL PURPOSES  REPORT  OF    SWINE  COMMISSION  The report of the commission sent  last year by the Dominion Government to Europe to study, the swine  rearing industry has just been issued.  It consists of a pamphlet of 60 pages  of printed matter and a large number  of striking illustrations, all of which  should be studied by anyone interested in the industry. o  The countries visited were England,  Scotland, Ireland, Denmark and Holland. Denmark and Ireland, being  the strongest competitors of Canada  in the British market, received most  attention. The report describes very  clearly how the hogs, are bred and.  reared, and the various steps taken  to develop the export bacon trade.  The far-famed co-operative system,  as applied by the~Dan.es to the breeding and rearing of the swine, the  packing and marketing, is fully described. Co-operative feed buying,  which involves the purchase of over  six hundred million pounds of grain,  oil cake, etc., a year, is fully dealt  with.  A valuable feature of the report is  the attention   given   to the methods  followed in the different countries for  maintaining   harmony   between packers and farmers, and the securing of  a uniform supply of pigs.   Co-operation, not only between farmers, but  between packers and farmers, is credited with excellent   results.     This is  ���������������������������especially true in England in bacon-  curing vicinities.  ���������������������������After    dealing    with    the    various  .phases-of-production in the different  -countries," a'-ctiapter is devoted to the  English bacon* trade, and another to  lessons for '. Canadian    farmers   and  packers.";.The   report is comprehensive and -practical,    and therefore of  value to every swine raiser in  Canada.   Copies may be procured free by  writing   the    "Live   Stock   Commissioner" at Ottawa.  of the intestinal bacteria, and of  substances which would destroy the  bacteria. It was found that two  classes of bacteria existed in the intestines, especially in the large intestine, which are antagonistic to each  other. They have been calied "friendly" germs and "unfriendly" germs.  The "unfriendly" germs cause a decay of the refuse food in the large intestine, producing poisons which harden the'arteries,  irritate the nerves,  cause   rheumatic   pains, and produce  an early   breakdown   of   the   bodily  structures.   Therefore   when   we  havc  j headaches,  "nerves," the "tired feel-  ling", insomnia, and the like, we may  jbe sure these "unfriendly" germs predominate.  When the "friendly" germs predominate, they kill off the poison-  producing germs, and as a result the  headaches, rheumatic pains, insomnia  and "nerves" disappear, and the id-  dividual feels well.  The "friendly" germs belong to the  family of lacta-acid bacilli, which are  found in sour milk-. When these are  taken into the intestines, they grow,  producing lactic acid. The lactic  acid also stops the growth of the  "unfriendly" germs and consequently  stops the poisoning of the body.  A glass of buttermilk two or three  times a day, then, 'will not only help  one to live longer, but will prevent  the headaches, rheumatisms, neuralgias, the sluggishness, .and depression  which are such common results of  auto-intoxication.���������������������������Life   and   Health.  FAMOUS PEOPLE  BY FANNIE MLOTHROP  Screen Doors  Screen Windows  McClary's Stoves, Furnaces and  Ranges  BATH TUBS SINT"~  LAVATORIES���������������������������WATER CLOSETS   ,  IRON PIPE  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 &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid   Roofiing,    Screen  . Doors and .Windows. -Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  If you want to  Buy, Sell or  Trade  A   FARM  A   FRUIT   LOT  A   HOUSE  A BUSINESS LOT  or A BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby,  Vernon, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to me.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  TRUTH- "ABOUT BUTTERMILK  During the-last few-years we have  been hearing, a~great deal about'the  value of buttermilk rto promote long  life.*' Professor Metchnikoff, of Paris,  who has made exhaustive studies and  compilations' upon this subject, has  not" only been - observing the use of  buttermilk upon others,* but has been  using it himself for upward of ten  years. He'says: ."I .am very well  pleased ..with the result. And I think  that my experience has gone on long  eribugh-to justify myview." -  In studying, the subject of health  and long.life, animals.and man were  compared. Professor Metchnikoff  found that with few exceptions the  long-lived ' animals are , those whose  intestines contain ������������������������������������������������������ few bacteria,���������������������������for  example,-certain* birds,\fish, turtles,  crocodiles,, etc.;���������������������������and that certain  classes of. people and nations who eat  foods which are antiseptic or have  power to kill microbes, such as the  yoghourt-using ' Bulgarians, have  many more old people than do other  classes or nations.  These facts led to the investigation  So long as trade was trickery,  business barter, commerce finesse,  government exploitation, slaughter  honorable, and murder a fine art;  when religion was superstition, piety  the worship of a fetich and education a clutch' for honors, there was  small hope for the race. But with  the supremacy of science, the intro-'  duction bf the one-price system in  business, and the gradually growing  conviction that honesty is man's  most valuable asset, we behold light  at the end of the tunnel.���������������������������Fra Elbertus.  Don't put down the old carpet  again. Finish the "floor with" Campbell's Varnish Stain and you will  have a -cleaner and more sanitary  floor and will be delighted with the  effect and the durability of it. Easily  applied. Dries hard:- Ask.A. Fulton  about it. '      -  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack; you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  .That man only is really worthy to  be called Educated "who-is able to do  at "least1 "one useful'* 4t_ihg well; who  has a sympathy. which is universal,  and who is ih the line of evolution.  If you have not tried the-Glen Gerrack milk arid cream,-you do not yet  know the satisfaction" of being milk-  satisfied.  One-Acre Lots  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.  jkw kf FariMr Dro%. T���������������������������_l_  MISS JESSIE MACLACHLAN ^!..  The Popular Scotch Prfma-Donna  In the picturesque little seaport town of Oban, Scotland, with-Its beau-  tfful scenery and its inspiring historic associations, Miss Jessie MacLachlan'  the famous Scotch prima-donna, was born.. She was very young when she-  first revealed her unusual' musical endowment, for Nature gave her a voice  of rare sweetness and power.   When she was but twelve she joined the choir  in her native town, and with a thrill of surprise the choir-master.heard her.  sing.   So pleased was he with the possibilities of! her voice that he' urged  her to guard her golden treasure with care, to avoid indiscriminate singing  until she should be trained and perfected,under the best teachers.   He recom-'  mended her to devote her life to song, and told her, with a prophetic glimpse;  that she would be numbered among the world's greatest singers.  Under the enthusiastic teaching of Edwin Holland of the, Guildhall  School of Music, and other masters, her training was continued until she was  ready for her first public appearance. Her intense love of Scotland, a patriot- >  ism that seems the keynote of her whole nature, led her to realize the possi- -  b'.Iities of the old Gaelic ballads, the heart songs of her people, and when  Glasgow recognized her genius,3 her fame quickly spread through Great  Britain, and the doors of conservative London-opened in welcome. ~    ~J~  At Balmoral she was commanded to sing, before Queen Victoria, who/  expressed her royal appreciation by presenting  to  her  a  superb   bracelet.  For nearly two and a half centuries no Highlander had been summoned,to ..  the throne���������������������������the latest one being a MacCrimmon piper-who, in 1651, had the  honor of performing before the King and kissing his hand.  Miss MacLachlari's voice is a rich full soprano, vibrant with feeling and "  dramatic power.   It is not the mere singing, .the mere succession of pure  liquid notes, that rouses her audiences, it is the magnetic force of her per-"  sonality, her absorption of the spirit of'the song that carries the words from  the heart of some Scotch poet of centuries ago to find their echoing note in  the hearts of his twentieth-century fellow.-'*/untrymen. . ���������������������������"-���������������������������."  . , On her fourth tour of the world   .h������������������s-is-awa_enihg enthusiasm wherever  her voice is heard.      ��������������������������� , ,'; . in Boston, before ,an '  audience of 5,000,- when sne gave the sin Hug martial air, "Wi' a Hundred  Pipers," men jumped on chairs and waved their hands -and shouted.  "In  Toronto,  encore after* encore  inspired  new songs, until  the singer grew ���������������������������  woaried���������������������������a welcome typical of her entire tour.  .iti-p. _c..r'iinj to Act of tlio I 'arllnment of Canada, iu the year 1905. by W. C'Hack, at the Department of A(.   cnltnr.  Eldcrnell Orchard  Mara, B. C  F.T.TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  AU kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Rep a red  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  To start right in the poultry business���������������������������or any other business���������������������������go slow;  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.  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  -���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������-  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.-A few S. C. White Leghorns  and  White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  Enderby, B. C.  J  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� -���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  Finest in the Country  , "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs., s  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest" brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence _of. the, meals., breakfas.tJs_se_.V-edaip-to^lO-^=^  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, Froi^uRPHY  Enderby  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Life In aura nee policy in the Royal Iniuranee Co.  of Liverpool, Eng,, ia a valuable asset. A plain,  ���������������������������tralrhtforward contract. leaving no room for  doubt as to its value.  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ina. Co."  The _ hoenix Insurance Co. of London.  British America A_m ranee Co.  Royal InxuranceCoof Liverpool (Life dept)  Tho London & Lancashire Guarantee &  Accident Co., of Cannda.  BELL BLOCK. ENDERBV  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  Enderby  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  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Times, "to witness a fight- between
a four foot cobra di capella and
a mongoose.
"On iirsf catching sigh I of the
cobra, vikki tik (as l.udyard Kipling
calls the .Indian mongoose) quietly
smelt its fail and then huug around
awaiting events with curiosity, blithe hail nob h ng fo wait, foi1 the
cobra spread its hood, hissed out
iL:) death sentence and prepared to
dart from its coil al its natural and
halild  _nomy.
"Nov,- commenced a most interesting axid deadly baffle��������� of feint
aud counter feint, hy the mongoosu
nnd strike and lightninglikc recovery by his adversary, who was also
on the defensive, all the time watching for the opportunity fo get in
his properly aimed bite.
rime after lime vikki tik squirm
"Finally he ate ,-othrcc. or four
inches of his mortal foe, but carefully avoided eating the fangs and
poison glands, which I. picked up
by a stick unci found them broken,
but with the venom sucks attached.
Contrary fo popular belief I am of
opinion, tho mongoose is not immune from snake, poison, else
wlr.      ....
avoid being bitten. It is only
hy his marvellous activity that
Jk. escapes the spring and darting
.tii!;. uf his deadly enemy the cobra di capella."
BAJNKS AS 1)11 V JGLO PER S 0?
OU.    RESOURCES.
" Without the sinews of . Var and
the necessary facilities for doing
business very little progress can bo
nuidc in any country.
Without.,  our  enterprising*, auk*
ready  fit. all  times    fo provide the
���������������������������' ��������� ���������'' ...:_ 1 i ;���������,.   ,.f
une    from    snake    po.son,    else j'^���������������������������v   "" "���������" ���������������������������������������������"-���������'    >��������������������������� _-���������-   --���������
iy    should    he    no    particularly j f.'iciiitics with a quick tvan.icl.ion of
���������    ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� ������������������    ��������� 1"  1 l":f.'n_5 ��������� !���������_!_. .:il-, all-times to open
WORTHY OV NOT]'..
l.oldly ventured is half won.
Tu bo happy, you must forget
yourself.
Whatever else you do with a wor-
| ry. don't pass ifc on..
Benevolence is the only cure for
a morbid Lemper.
Don't hold your head so high, that
you can't soc where your feel are
going.
J.0  quarrelsome  man  ever made
111            i :m \,    ....,-.1, ...      iN0  quarrelsome  man  cvci   ina.i
ol slowlv   up   fo within    reach ot I             l       ���������          .                     ,,,-_,
��������� 1           .."    mi r,.,_..    i-_ IK-     nn ' n- success ot anv important or woi
those    terrible fangs���������bell.,      on ,                            -       L
g^mid-^^h^very gray _:_i_ of his i ������-������>' underUkint
bcdy erect with a.uge." aud excitement, his    eyes    glaring    from his
head, which,'by the way, ho invariably held sidcw.ys during this up
      ably���������j.i.eia siacways aunng.ti.un a,>-
Chickcn      M.ousso.--One      tabic-1 pro .ch and attack, but tho moment
spoonful    of   gelatine.   . no-quarter' the   cobra struck in  a    hash  back
cupful  cold,   chicken    stock, three-1 sprung master mongoose,   and_  al-
ouarters cuoful  hot chicken stock,; though often  it appe-ired as it im
iii'.iiv    seasoned     ",,n    fiiuful    of! ni)'-sibh> ihat, he could have escapes
15AD  HICK VilOil A JLORSE.
Mr. I. S. Kelly, ,o������ Markerville,
Alfa., says: "Wc havc proved
Zam-Buk of great value on the
faun.     I  was    kicked  by  a   horse
oinro-s cuoful hot chicken stock,; though oilcu if appe-irett as a un-naim. 1 was kiukou uy . nuist
bi'vhh-""sc^uned un������ cupful of! puxsible that he could have escaped j and sustained a nasty wound, which
lAv. cre.m ono cupful of cold! the dreaded fangs not a scratch tidily turned to an open sore,
corked chicken   cut in small pieces.' }Vd] med him, and there he would be  This caused  me considerable  pain,
Si_i !������^t 1������I������   iK'Ki-    io!' '��������� _t fait jvith ., s__.������.������. .b.?  k,���������-n���������k   can.pl.te.    heal   .     ������..  ������J   obU���������. .������ 0. aU..^ ^ ^
______3S___5___f S0r^^������5SSS^
bit _itic:-s ; ready at all-times to open
Brunches in tho mo..t ^out-of-the-
way places, the progress and
growth of this country during tho
last ien years would havc been
greatly retarded.
kveryoiu. can recall how quickly
the Hanks responded ,to lhc need of
stable progressive Banking conditions in the Yukon when that District was opened some years ago.
A. latter uud more recent example
exists in the new IH ranch of tho
Traders Bank recently opened at
_ . r. upine.
The, Porcupine .Branch of tho
Traders Bank was opened before
oven proper transportation facilities could bo had���������opened at a timo
when regardless of the future of
tiie. district nothing but a heavy
loss in doing business could be expected hy the Bank���������opened also
when the need was greatest���������when
if was most necessary to facilitates
Mining transactions, property
transfers ancl transmission of Cash,
Deeds and Documents in connection with the opening of this District.
Thc Banks may truly bc said- Lo
be our nation builders and to their
credit it may also be stated that no
better Banking system exists at Ilia
pre sent time than that, that at pre-
if,   and   brought on  a  covering oi
riC.AV    lm-ilihv     skin   all     over   the
fllUl.Ul eu,Md of ,__!_. ''-^^iX^r'wi^rmJvoni.aise dressing.
u,,etlu.d ,.,,_ anU_.m...h:iU ^^[l^^L^ elaborate dish is liked,
of .urn- wiih one-hall icaspoonlut ot
baking soda und two level fcaspooii-
ful-5 of ere.-.'in oi tartar, and add to
too other ingiedicnfs, then flavor
wilh on-- teaspoon, il of lemon extra,!, or ihe grated rind of'one loir...,   .j_,..i -iiv in one cup of cn_o;i-
jm-.i.  uud  .u.e-half   cupful   of   sliced       ^  _ ^
oil i-Mii;    ln-.l  stir    in    Lhe    beaten   c.l)(k.d inattress ticking rip if ap.'irt;
,f two i-_sis.    Bake in moa-j Aiil .,,1r, cnn. ,lt. ,-or c,irpct rags, aiu
^l|tSund pepper "if" necessary. Turn; never for a moment getting under
I ri t.-- baking powder or cocoa cans,: its mouth, hut right-at the   nape o
__���������_   di-.-merl hi    cold    wafer,  then \ the - necic    ancl    head,    whicn   __0|j,i-.������.   ^.,M,j     ......  ...
ill      Wlien'readv  to' serve,  turn j scrunched    with    a   loud   cracking j wound in a tew days,
^ou^^mmoids, cut in one inch! sound despite    the    .iruggles    and!    Zam-Buk   is  a  sure
slices'and arrange on lettuce leaves.; twisting and turning ot the cobra
1 .���������        -'     :,._   ,i..n_n(f I >_.,;.. -M._ .-iivniii   fikki  returned t<
Zam-.l)tik  is it  s..    _ .
skin   injuries   unci     diseases,   piles
.-tt    i ���������!.... .71   _.i.7 ���������..   .. i.  ^ r\.. ..
w-sting ana turning ol me i;wia.i   .m   _.,,.... ���������   ......  -
Win and ;.g������iu .ikki returned to |etc. All druggists and stores at 50c a
if-'-, more"'elaborate dish is liked.' tiie now writhing reptile nnd hit its box, or post Irce from Zam-Buk
L _o3 whh cioDpod celery und( head and body until iUay ^.^C^J^ato^^nce
salted  nuts,  mixed  with a  mayon-.    ���������    - - -
muse dressing.    This is particularly (ine.
TUB Si-WIN GROOM.
Old Ticking.���������If you  have a clis-
mothods    of   conducting    business.
They now have Branches at _ud-
,., , bitrv, Sault Ste. Marie, North Bay,
are. cure  for  all bPorcupinc, Matheson    and JJailey-
burv.
r: P]iilbsc)phy";covers��������� a"iritiltiluclQ^yOfy
'fU;itirCS: yy'-:;:ty^,V^:;p. ;i^. ���������;:{r_:;:-vi;?;:j;_, .
3TM    ANNUAL    STATEDEiMT    OF   THE
7\V.llltCS, ol
have woven with white warp. Havc
a border at each end of plain rags
to match.
To Darn .fatting.���������.![ matting is;
worn in the center it may be darned j
to look as good as new by thread-1
ing a darning    needle    with  railia'
i t
Lwo eggs.    UhKc m >������,J.u;jP,,L and sew iis for carpel rags, and
crai.  men.    b-ing-Boil one cuptu  j 	
of    MiuMi- :.nd    one-half    cupltil ot
w- i.-v'ii!l it forms a soft ball when
di-.nned in cold water;  while hot
rr.u.1. .-.Iiv   pour over    the    beaten
while of au egg, add one-hall    Lcti-
tp,-.,:!iul oi vanilla and one  cupful
ui ������-..c _i������_ii it*. -   Spread on cake.
......nan  Cherry    Cak<-.-.\s prc-
,...",.l bv a German diet : Ihrcc
;.,,, ft,], 'of red sour cherries (can-
rVeii). un. cupful of Hour, six tabic-
,p;u:.f,!is of ,ugur, the yolks ol two
e.M.s   one quurter of    a    cupful ol
���������r:'V ,one  tablespoonful  ������>l  butter,
I,i.  -h-.lf tea:-poonful of baking pow- _
c:-r iind one-uu. rfer of a ica|)soon-j
ova Seotia Steel am
JOY
ijkad ornc-K
M-W t;i":.V.SGOW, IN'OVA SCO'l'JA
any, .Limitei
: 0 E^:iS/ 'yWAT'iMl^Tv;;
"<.OKitAir"STrrK.3i'v.NT,   !>KOS MBKR 31.ST, il)0������.
ASS I..T..
f-,i uf aa>'   ���������all  h-vel nifiMMiiCh    aiv
;uid darning if as you would a
stocking. If the worn part is on i
the ed.ge buttonhole sl.itch the last
row as jl border and if will not
fray. Jf raflia is nut fine enough
split ib to suit. I. iHia comes in
about three colors���������natural, reel,
a I'd blue. Natural colored vaflia is
about, the same color as matting
i and is cheap
rnpor'ly  an<l   Miiifs���������
(J'".-������������������ I  ol"  Troporiics  owned  nnd' op-.-ralccl  I .'
ih .   ("oinpany    5
j    Ciinvnl Assi'ls���������
Jnvmitorics i i-inv  and  niamifac-
inrr;(I ._i;.l'_n_l.s iiml stnre.������). . . 1.1" I,r*_..  ?4
I,- ,^'M- .-. -i-o11ni_ mid  Bills J.15-
I't'ivti!)!
C .sh la B:uilc
iv
002.^80  in
207,020 .-��������� 1.5 =
BI
11.-
ickin
).
i .
ttr
.Sit
Vli'lWt
tin.
ilour
salt,   and
,-P-������������i.in- Kurm.--A good form for
,|,.r and   two  tcaspoon-
..<
i\ -imW.I
Then
j nil in the. butter.    Beat the yolks
of the egg  .  su\d to  ihem the milk
and ipiiek'v no . the liquid through
.       i
coats, and hips o
pressing waisi.-.,  >.,>/.���������.,.,,
skirts���������Get  a  sawdust   ham    from
clu _Lm._
,.,;ii,
Ti-rL-i-i-
ITtrfftrTtffridrrlrr^Corirr--
llannel.     It gives' the  round curve
required.
Curtain     Help.���������When making a
curtain   to hang   up  to a cupboard
ii..- Il'.u.- *''���������.]������-��������� wit-h .U;*; '^V'-Jcurtain to hang up U. a cupboard
j,... ;1 ���������na " 1 pa", -ne-eigl.th ot .u l( _ wflJ. j,.,,,^ ,,^[{.\{ H piece .ol Upe
;.,...; n.i-'r. D:������i" ehervies. spre-ol j ^ ^^ <)(. ,..im(j .,(.n)SS ihn wn)ng
ii,(,u i..-1-i lln- duu.h and sprint-'- ^ ���������> ^ ^ ���������.uhnitt !UH\ \tf onct nl
,','. ... Oi. m lhe reumiinng Mi..ar. | ��������� -'^ fiv(/.!ul,ul,l ;;!j C!l0li end of eur-
].���������!���������, iwmoy i..inm������<. m ^ bnsK ; ^ ^{ ^ Lll,f,���������,-!, :, small brass
/.-..:,:   Sauci-: T" l"<���������-!.���������'���������������"ii--1 c-''      .,.;...-...,,..1   sew.    Your ciirtani  i.s a--
- o > - r, i    no
2,003.5CS  14
].1A_II,1TJI!,.S
Capital  Sto.I.���������
I'l-Oi'ciTi1!!     	
C'ominon   	
Bonds���������
To Lai  Issiips    '.	
IjC.s.s in Treasury noL issued
;'$t;0..0VOO0V'OO ".:::::i
'.\-'U,00"0.   00':..'Q0'  $7,030,000 :0*
$6,000,000100
:������������������; .500,000.700
Dobon tu re  Si rick   	
Current rii.-ibiliiirs���������
' I'xW   noils   ami   Accounts   not
yot   (liiu    $
Bond Coupon due .Ian.  Isi,  11)10
Dtib^iuuri! Stoclc   liiLcrcst,  j)ay-
sihlo .fan.   1st.   1010	
C^uartcrly    Dlviduml-   on     I'ro-
t'orrocl   Shares,   puyablo   .lun.
! ">lli.   t!)!0   	
Quartei-I,. !t. ivitlr-nrl on Orelinary
.Shares,    luiviibln    .lun.     l.'iLh,
1910    '	
Hills  payable-and  (.'ush .���������idviinci'S
Gi.ncr:il 'Kpso.i'vo:
Si_.>i;i.il  l.i-si .'vo Ai-ffjiinls���������
Itcsorvo   (uv  (.on^rnl   I ii'prci'lii
-r������i!=-uiiiisiitil==-li._
"l. 3'.5".0"S .
y S7.GO0 00.:
-.'���������:;o,o6o.'0;-:'
y 2o;goo:oo
y_!,GOO.0O'0yO������
;i, oo 0,000:0 a
_)
TiO.OOO .00.
007.-tfiS.J5.
'905,109: GJ
���������$7 50,00.0  00
si Tr.s. .7.*io !>o
-t-iOri==iind-
li.-'nyos  ;oid  Uomnviils.
.j.'iro   In.siiraiii'o   Fund.
..urphis Profit and Loss,
02 l.r.02   10
_.-,._7:i   !i7     l,71!),Stl! .".7
..:.i.,S07 ���������"".������
51 l.f������S5.7r.!i :!4
"aiVstkagt "ok HKorrr a.m> i.oys account.
DR.
.U  LVi
P0_). Jjoc. ol.  Jntoi'ost   palil   on   bonds   and
iv  iu-
I   ,,iie   ctlpfMl   ol   :Ull
il.
], ni'.lr ol
i.'i  bu! i.ei
serve.
ir   I rin1.; iinu sew.    Your curtain is a!-i
l'>\.d ia!-!".-|i.u,ii|';il-  ..1 ilour.   . ;w;J.v* rexdy to hang ii)) when hiiu^
<eie h vcl leaspoi.ni'nl i'h'i'ed .and saves time nnd bother of
1   ������������������'���������:.iii  ii-inu'.ch and ' sii.|iping to in.serl a string or wire.
TTC
ad
;u
k eight minutes and
fii 11 KK\   ill-CH'KS.
(
I-
in   a
f,lf-!i'
(ii^.'kiM,.   b
the laiter.
iii-:i  "l' ciiK
a
]f a  rich-   .I"!
o
!;..';l!l ���������
. -aiding
.   many
There  is   m 'ii'
hen  than   in  ���������''.
1
' 120  ProDoratlnn'1 . Untlar   One Trade Mark,
I    A  am.    .IriiiiiiE irxampl'' <>f tin*    .  ���������owtli
1 ol  ili<> Trudf  M:irl(  id(>;i   iu  (lauiidu  1. bf
iiu. iti>iioiii<i''<d IVir iin>   lii-i-t   time   Pwlsi.v
in llu- lieu. i������_- |������������-f��������� t lirmi .limit  tin' I >������ mi in-
i'tn.    It  i< tin- ' .   \-l)l!tM'O." line nl about
I'Miiih.    prefer    ","' Imi'ilri'd   in.'d    iwi-nty-llvi'   toilet    ami
, '      I ���������   ,   ��������� nii'di'inal     pi'"|i|U';il ioii.������,  rDinijiiiiii'li"!     bv
In an;,   rii-r,  oinv a   la      ,!l(.  NiMil,.,.,!   ])ni.J.  0.   .���������hi'inii-al   l'.im;)aii.v
���������I.-'il   .-hould   bo   used,   a- , "I I'mii'da, l.unind.
1 ���������   1 ���������   ���������    1 1    i ,,._ 1..,,    '    A'l   tln'-i'    i->ri'p::rations    lu-ar    tlio   NA
mil   elimk.-it   is   all.io,,.   UMi'li..-!. I inn;.co '?r..il-. Muri-. Urn i\uv{<\ -.villi  thu;
is  nt.if liked  a   p:r. t ; n-.l    cross,  pi-t .ntnontly disnlaycd, and to j
the  faVimiy be  rcn,ov,-d  b_f.,^j^
banl5,   on-     2I7,S::i! R0
JnOTfKt   jriid  on dob'MU un: stock        tlil.llDO  00
"Paid  on" sin .Intf   finiil. ;..~ ;
Tiivid'Mid on prcff'nvd r .aires...
1 liviilciid on Ordinary shun. ...
Honiis Slock  Uividcnd  on ordin-
:i.ry   nil a res   	
nii'f.'ctiirs'   ivmiiiierillDii    	
Transl'i'i'i'f'd lo rcscrvo funds i'or
d.'prcciation,   renewals,   etc..
.IlipniveiuenLs    nnd    betleruiOlltH
to (ilanl written 0IV	
Commissions   and   Premium,,   on
i-.'ouvirliu_   l.oiid   Issue;   written   off   	
Transferred    to    llro    insm-unc
t'uiul    	
r.alano.   carried   forward   	
5.70(1 00
s-j.-ino 00
00,000 00
,000,000 00
l.,r>oo 00
77,000  00
is i.i;,:! r. 1
7.1'iL'O  OS
:i!|li.SI_   :is
, !!!7.I70 or
c
100S.   fee. HI. V.y balance   , . .
1000.   Doc. -1. My   prolils   for
���������Jl,   J00!)   ...
year   ended   Pec
.$I,_10,2.I   07
1)07,01!) Of
1000.   Dec.
iv   balance.
'"j*:.ri_'f.i7'o. .ov
-.   $:i;j������*..S(i7 :!S
_,������ _., I   .   I , !   I V     VI - - ^       t      , -
vear    .,.|V.d l)Vo-m.bor 31.   lLOU, and certify  ihi-t  U.e annexed balance  sl.������ot  ^'^^.^p  >1A, .��������������� i....G0.!, I.     ^ullRors.
afhiii-H at thai date.
c.i������ ki'.t
The
hicken   jdionld h>-'
d, and placed over
in'.:   . leilr of red.
In   their   fir.-l   adveii.U. meal,  -.vhicli
<:'<>':��������� liri..,  uiijobife
tii'':   five   with  wafer- to cover.
Ad.
I ficai-u  in tiii') i-^'1"'.
  tin-
.. ... .   Tim    National    P'-in.
('niapnny  fen tin.  tin'.-.  Train.   M:irk.   'I'iic.v
more j jmir-l out  :-cni.''  of the imporlanf  advaiit-
i aires lo 'nvcrv family in Ca'Uid.n of a Ibor
-���������  ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� ..���������:������������������!    is, _���������
ci.,--.���������!d     be     skiil'imeii.       auu     m--" - ���������    -i-es lo .very iuiniiy in   .aaiMii. ... ..  . .���������>���������.
.        f..   ,,   1:,-...  to   time,  cook   UU-nau-hly  reliable,    c.i.iiy    rmiaiuw-      1 .���������������.
water Iron:   tm._   l'.������   M;"1 '  ,    ..,.,...���������.,��������� n!.r.,.ii(.al!y every hnusel.old  need
ti!   lender,
pepper   v.'
M.lll     !/���������
a'^
���������iiil'0
make
!i-.w>:'
!'. . .Ill
it i;
ihe 1
oii;:-in>    i ���������.���������! 1,1.11. ...,      .......
ci.ivi-rins  pvact ical'y every household  r.eei
in the way of mi!nl  aad    niwlicinal    tirii-
etc.-,    and   Bii'.irant.t.'od    by    a    responsible
firm.
:     , -i.   ,1,,,,,,.!. I    'I'lie  Nalioiuil   Prui.   Ciiinpauj- icuavantec
,.������������������'.. U.L -Lion- 11 j U).a    (,vtiry    rs A-DUi:-(.'������)    m'ci'avation
with    salt a;-a
r.-M-iUin _.      Ono
��������� ;..' i r,     is fo be
DIliKCTOUSV' UEPORT
.,     ,���������;,.()     1.   ;.,'.: I _L    ic"-.-'       tlulL     every      ^a-um---     I- .-' ',!������������������'
. ' ���������!���������   1 .,,.   Mi-'ivf   sifted icomiioiiiide-i   hy   fiunlih.-d   chenm>U . 01U ,,
ia f.-.j..u>: l-dy. ui !!u'MfL, "V ��������� ; ir.11,1 from tlm pnre,! ..lrnss. As a i-rnot |
- . ,. il,i', ,. !o,'i:.riO.V,llnls Oi. l>;!'<in.'V tl,:lt u,,. formulae in- such a-; \,\c be.-.,
'"";    Ul' :���������(      u.a.noordul    of | phv.-iaa, would j.so   !hey makiyi nauiue j
pi: A'Cioi'.       '  ������������������'������������������������������������'' y '
Siiil.   !i:ol  ^;'-  'lK"in
ol
,    .,   ��������� tjii,:e������pMf;i;i'.ii      "'���������        {in-;
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Tour riit-e.ctora liori.'wlth submit their Ninth Annual P.opui't, witli statoinont of assets and liabilities, and abstract <_
jtrofit and loss accounl, for tin.- year ended I'ecenibor "1st, PJO'.i.
Tin-! profit, for the year aniounti'd lo-S!ifi",!i.-l!t.(ii_, as coinparod with $7"-t,701 .Ti3 for 1!K)S. In view olf-lh'e doprossei'l condition ol' business i.lurlnir tiie i.i'eaicr part, of the year, this result, should bo r_L;ardcd  with satisfaction  by  tho sharein.iklors,
Tho amount at tlio credit of protlt and loss account, on .lanuary J, 10011, was $l.,!!l!l,i-l.07, against which tho stock dividend of SI,turn.000.00, declared in  December,  I no:1, was char^ci], " .
'fhc various iiinoiintf.  transferred to the ilcsi.rvc Ji'uiul and Fire Insurance Fund, and written off for improvements and
be!torments, arc shown by tlio accounts.
A suni of $l8-l,'l"iu.i)-l for Premium and Commission on redemption of old and issue of new bonds ha.s been paid out ot
tho proliis of tho year. ���������
Tim balance curried forward  lo the  .redll  of profit and  loss account is  .!?,(!,SO"..'IS.
The sum of $:', ...or.:!. 17 has been expended durini,' the year on  capital  accounl,  iu  the  development of.   tho  submariaa.
iron ores nl. Wuhana, and  for improvonionis, plant,  etc., elsewhere. ���������
The volume of business 1 rausiicted by the Company du,rin_ tlie year shows a substantial increase, and i.s in excess oC
any previous year, and  il  is I'vpoeiod  that there will be a. still  further increase in  10IH.
The di'V-olopmont- oi' our su'.ena rine iron ore areas at Wabana was continued, the main slope belli!;- extended throu.vh
these are.1.-. _i I'unher distance of 1.170 feel. The slope is now about 'i.iir.O feet, into our own areas from iho southern boundary. 'I'he development, work carried 011 has fully eonlirnied ilio estimates previously made as to the vast, quantity of ore
eoiitaiueil  in,  and  the ;.re:ii   value of llic .   areas.    The plant for   tlie   operation   of   these   submarine   mines   is   uow   bolus
inslallcl.
I'oiishlei'iihlo extensions and  Improvements have been made to tlie mills vi New fllasgow, and  further extensions and
iniprov.'iiii'iiis  will  be made  in   I!) 10,  witli  a  view  to increasum tiie output (,f finished steel.
'I'he i'"or .ai.i'/.atloti of the I'mances of the Company, aulliorixed by tlie shareholders, has been carried out. A new I,...u������
of $i),iiini icni "1 per coin., li'irst Merl .1 .e lionds. and an issue of $ l,o0i .000 1! iier^nnit. Debenture .Slocks, wi.ro made; _ Il.DOO.-
000 o\' Mi" lioiids and $1,000,000 ii per cent. I mbi-ntm . .Stock were sold iu Canada, and the. two former issues of ti per coal.
Ponds w. re juiid off ami e;nie.dl'-il. Tlio balance of $:_.:.)(),ODD. of the l.t.mds reniains iu tin. Treasury. No portion of tha
premium ou the retirenieii' of the old bonds nor tin* commission on Llm new Issue has been charm-d lo Property Account..
'flm >v_:hv dividend oi' :_ per eeni, i|uart"fly has boon pa.id on the preferred shares, aud on Jan. liilh a qunrtt.ly
dividend uf I p.-r eent. was paid on th" ordinary :-shares, and the Director.:', have declared further dividend:; of 1 per cent, on
the oidin.oy share.-:, and i! per "em. on the preferred (.hares, payable on April Ifith to bIihim .mMers of record on March
I'.lst.   1'Mi..  ' All of whieii  Is respectfully submitted. ROHEHT  V).  KARKIH,
Feb.   ISUi    1" 10. President.
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'_ ii  CURE MEN AND  WOMEN ALIKE  .THAT  HOOD'S  KIDNEY  PH.LS  )>jd for o>;e FAMILY.  Cured Chas. Hell of l.I.cumalism  a nil His . .'ii.. oi lull .i.ima.ion of  <hi! J,i_n _ys���������������������������Mrs. Hell's ydHeme Ml.  Xorth  Jh'tnge,  Digb.v Co.  N. S.,  *]nv. N (Special)'.--That Dodd's  Kidney J'ills cure, the Kidney ills of  inc.: and women alike is shown in  tke cases of Mv. and Mrs. Chas.  Ee.'i of this place. A short time ago  Dodd's Kidney Pills cured Mr.  Jicdi of .1. icumaUsm from which he  had suffered i'or ten years. This  led Mrs. Bell to try"them for Jn-  Jla n.ma.t.>n of thc Kidneys, and she  makes the  following statement:  "I was troubled    with Inflammation of thc Kidneys fo.r l_vc.nly-.om'  . years. Sonic few years ago T got  worse and was laid up for a long  time. When I was able to bo up  again tho doctor fold mc J must on  no account do any work.    1 suffer-  - ed from Dropsy and my feet would  swell so I could not wear my shoes.  "My husband benefited so much  from taking Dodd's Kidney Pills I  decided to give them a trial, and  though I havc taken only three  boxes I am well and can wear -my  shoes and do nearly all my own  housework. I cannot sav"too much  for Dodd's Kidney Pills.'"  Dodd's Kidney Pills make weak  Kidneys strong and sick Kidneys  well.  FJJIST WATCH AXD CLOCK.  When the Second Hands Firs! Came  Into Use.  Since celebrations arc thc order  of thc day why not- observe the  .i.:th centenary of thc introduction  of clocks? Ib was, wc are told, in  loOtJ that the first clock known to  thc world'was placed in thc tower  of San Kustorigo, in I\likin. says  the  London  Globe.  The greatest astonishment and  admiration were manifested by  crowds who came lo see the timepiece. In 13.-I a clock was installed in the palace of the nobles at  Padua. This was a wonder of mechanism indeed, I'or besides indicating the hours if showed the  course of the sun, the revolution  of the planets, the various phases  of the moon, the months and the  fetes of the year.  The period of the evolution from  the clock" fo the watch was scvcnly-  ons years, not so very long, all  things considered, and lhc record  of thc first watch is 1380. A half  century lafer-an'alarm clock made  its apj carance. This, wc arc told,  was looked upon by tho people of  (haf age as "un 'instrument pro-  digieux."  The   fortunate    possessor of  this  clock was' Ancirae Alciato, a coun-  The chroniclers  record    that this  bell at  a  stated  same time, a little  lighted' autotnati-  was  done wc aro  Paint Without Di  Remarkable Discovery Tha. Cuts  Down the Cosf of Pain. Seventy-  Five per .en?.  A prominent nianuffu-liirer lias di_.-iivei.il n.  prucu s.s of Mialcinj,' a ne . kind ni piiiii. without  lln; iiso nf dil. lie '.-alI.s iL I'owdrp.'iint. I- is a  (liy powilcf iind nil thiit, is ..qniiud is cold ivntur  SOOT OX HIS SUIT.  They were having a spelling lesson at a certain district school the  other day, and the little scholars  were all arranged in front of the  teacher, spelling away for dear life,  trying-to sec how near they could  get to the head.  The  word  "chimney"   was given  . _ .out lo a little black-eyed girl  who  to will . _ i _in.. WL'.'itlieipi'ii'iif. lh.pi.M_ ami ii. j l,nf]   hf>(M1     .......Hi.,   word,   correctly  ilm.il.luas oilp.mit.    H adhere,   to ���������������������������������������������y kui_ic_,      . V , ������������������-' , ,  '  throughout the    morning,   but she  missed this .one by inadvertently  leaving out the "h."  Quick a_ a wink the little, boy  next her pounced on thc word and  .spelt it correctly.  "You may go up one, Johnnie,"  said  the teacher.  "I don't want to," whined Johnnie, getting ready to cry : "my mollie i would whip me if 1 did, because  cillor of Milan,  have placed on  clock sounded a  hour, <ind at thc  wax candle was  call v.    How this  ESCAPED LIGHTLY.  An okl negro, taken ill, called in  ft physician of his own race. There  being no signs of improvement, he  at length asked for a white doctor.  The doctor came, felt the old man's  pulse, and examined his tongue. -  _ "Did your other doctor take your  temperature?" hc asked...,  "I don't know, sail," replied the  -negro, "I ain't missed anything but  my watch so far."  no. told, hut ifc must-nofc be overlooked th;tfc until " aboufc seventy  years ago we had no means of obtaining a light other than the tin-  deibox, so that the Milanese must  have been centuries ahead of us in  this respect.  _vot much progress was made with  iho  onci  watch until 1740, when the sec-  hand was added.  HIS SOLE .RESTING-PLACE.  A  ter of  A precise teacher spent a  qua.  v ol an hour in impressing upon  Iter class the right pronunciation of  the word vase.  Next day, hoping to. reap the  fruits of hcr labor, she' asked:  ���������������������������'Now, Johnnie, tell me ! What do  you sec on the mautlepicce afc  home 1"  And Johnnie piped  forth  wood, . .one ni  liiick. spread., nnd looks like oil  pninr. nnd vt<: _s almut one-fointli as much.  Wiile to The IW-iirpuin. do.. Toronto. Out.,  for catalogue' and full information .10win . win  how win o.tii >.vo it Rood many dollar-". Write  to'iliiv.    MiMitinn tin'. papi ..  Do you trap or buy  Fins? I am Canada's  largest dc-aler, I pav  highest prices. Your  shipments solicited.  I pay mail and ox-  ..        .,      , press c_ai.o.s; remit  promptly.   Also largest dealer iu Hcefhides.  Mieepskms, etc. Quotations and .shinpiiiL' .at.:;  sent tree. (j  I   JOHN   HAL LA IV..  TGF? ONTO  1 .   HOPE FOR THE  DEAF-IK ACOUSTICON -  0110 of tlio maivuls of the electrical  ace?  'Jn use tli ro uphold the    .01 Id.    Write  for c���������������������������tal  Joffiie.    General  Acoustic Co., of Canada, Ltd.,  4.8 _ onge Street. Toronto.  TKOU13LK IN THE MlvN'AUERJ \i  "What ..are yon good for, anyhow?''' sneered thc rhinoceros.  ��������������������������� "Leather/' answered thc kangaroo; ."and that's mure than,  ven're good for," blame your cracked old hide!"  Minard's Liniment Cure3 Dandruff.  Tompkins���������������������������"Your wife scorns to  ���������������������������be a very thoughtful woman."  Thompson���������������������������"She is. She thinks of  all kinds oi things if 1 happen to be  on. late."  Dr.    Morse's  Indian    Roct    P.Ms  are not a new nnd nntrTpd remedy  ���������������������������our grnndfathcre up. it hem. Ha lit  ���������������������������a century ago, before Confederation, they were on snl. in nearly  every drug' or (.oiicral .tor. in the  Canada of that day, and w. _. the  refiofftmed euro in thousands ._  f?mc*.,r.oc Constipation, Iodize,  tion. Biliousness. Rhone,..ism and  Kidney and Liver Troubles. Today thoy are j,ltt .,��������������������������� f,_Tft(.tiv...  Juflt a* reliable as eve,', and nothing better has yet been   devised to  Cure  Co m m o n    His  {.TOCKS.  I''d get all  over soot.  Pills That Have Benefited Thousands.��������������������������� Known far and near as a  sure remedy in thc treatment of  indigestion and all derangements of  the stomach, liver and kidneys, j |i  jgclablc Pills havc ������������������  when  other specifics have failed.. Innumerable testimonials can be produced tu establish the truth_���������������������������of .this  assertion. Once fried they will he  found superior to all 'other pills in  the treatment of the'"ailments for  which they arc prescribed.  ___g__j______a_______^^  EJ___CFIO__Y_yii2:  Mombors Toronto Stoc!< Ezchango.  Safe Investments ss','.h,r ������������������w ".<*iy  ..~~~...,.���������������������������7.,_._. ,,... / circular011 aoeimHi*. ���������������������������  Reform to aUimliiu; to any bunk.  We havo moved to _  ouriiow bniidiiiK,   90 Bay St., Toronto.  ja3gs3a____a^;raa_ffi_^^  is  I'jm melee's   Vet  brought relief to  thousands  Virtue  is its  needs to be.  own    reward,  and  A Few Shares for Sale  in  ono .of tlto best  Loan 'Companies in'  Canada on easy terms ; only 510.00 down-  Money to   Lend at ������������������\% on approved'  .���������������������������ecuiiuo.s.   Apply for particulars tu  M. J. KJ.N'T. Box 419, London, Out;.'  i������������������_&-_-__I____&__XS____.  EDUCATIONAL.  LEA1.N TIIK BARBER TRADE-. KW  system���������������������������constant practice; careful"  instruction: few weeks complete rniir^p;.  tools free; graduates earn twelve- -"to  ei2tit'_n dollar? weekly; write for eata-,  I05.UC. Molor Barber College, 221 Queen'  _;ist. Toronto.  '  ther's feet,  ma'am.  Ta-  HOT NEWS.    -  Eminent professor says fish is not  brain food. He has evidently been  listening to some angler's yarns.  "A Grand Medicine" is thc encomium often passed on Bidele's  Anti-Consumptive Syrup, and when  the results from its use are considered,'' as borne out by many persons who have employed it in stopping coughs and eradicating colds,  is is more than grand. Kept in the  -hf>iise=it^is^alw-ays^artiand=a"ird=tt=  has no equal as a ready remedy.  If you have not fried it. do so at  once.  ,   .VOKTIl KNOWING.  Simple Itemedy Thai Any One Can  I'i'e.Pirc at Home.  Most people arc.morc or less subject to coughs'and colds. A .simple  ���������������������������remedy that will break up a cold j  quickly and cure any cough that is  curable is made by mixing two  "ounces of Glycerine, a half ounce  of Virgin Oi! of Pine compound  pure and eight ounces of pure  Whisky. You can get these in any  good drug store and easily mix  them in a large bottle. Thc mixture  is highly recommended by thc Leach  Chemical Co., of Cincinnati, who  prepare the genuine Virgin Oil of  Pine compound -pure for dispensing.   _���������������������������   The  best argument  I'or piety, is  0  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.  PA7.0 OrNTMRNT  N 'pnarantaed  to  cure  any  c.^i. of lt,ut)tii..   Blind.   Filee Ii 11 ���������������������������__ or   Protruding  Pile. iii 8 to 14 days or money rtsfumied.   60c.  A lonesome little iorphan sin always turns out .to" havc plenty of  cousins.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  cannot   be   kept  Imitations Abound, but in������������������i_l xtyion getting th*  r������������������nuiiie " The 1> & _ " . onthsil I'Uster. It ha.  itoori tlio lest Jl years. It cures acIio* aud pain*  quicker tbau au; plaster.  J.RTICLES FOR  SALE. = '  P .TCAX~V. A~RR_NTS   BOUGHT  AND.  sold,  pood  for    320    aon.      Western  immediate     delivery. _'Rogers    A  Doubtless   the    worm    turns   to  avoid the early bird.  These two desirable qualifications, pleasant to' thc taste and at  thc same time effectual, are lo be  found in Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.    Children like ifc.  A  hinds.  Co.. 30 Jforovito St.,_Tororito. jCollegejm  O OUTH ��������������������������� AFRICAN" VF/rERANS*" WAR-  ^ 1 . rants bought und sold, 320 iieres:.  Dickinson, Room 20, -15 Scotf St?. Toronto.-;,  MACHINERV '-     !       "~' *  ACinNTiRV  HBADQUAREBRS.   -  i'l   Ii'oii   and   wood-working   machinery,  engine ..boiler. . .steam   pump,    gasoline.;-.  engine . "   eleot.rie,     motors,    contractor*' -.  maeliiuery,    r.te^   .end    for    catalogue    of >'  over    3400     machine's.     II.     W.     PETRIRl ^  Limited.    Toronin.    Montreal.   Vaneonver... "  True    worship  vitliiu. walls.  -A Medicine for.the Miner's Pack;  ���������������������������Prospectors and others'going into  the mining regions where doctors  arc few and drugstores not at all,  shiiuld provide themselves with a  supply .of Dr. - Thomas' Eclectric  Oil It will offset th'c effects of exposure, reduce sprains, and when  taken internally will prevent and  euro culds and sore" throat, and as  a lubricant will keep the muscles  in good condition.,  its application.  You cannot get a man, to  once that which hc knows  right."  rever-  is  not  A man isn't "always cheerful when  ho.  does a lot of cheering.    , -  Minard's Llnimen. for Sale Everywhera:  A' blunt -man  in his remarks.  is  usually   pointed  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  TaVe    I. _XATIVB   HKOMO' Qiiinin .   TaUlot*.  Druuiristii refund inon������������������y if it fa.ils to euro.  GROVIS'S signature i.< on oacli box    2..c.  ic. vr.  A  bad draft���������������������������on a bank-  cattscs cold feet.  -usually  APhyllolan is not always At hand. Guard your,  ���������������������������elf against sudden coiiglis and cold, by keeping  a bottle of l*ainkillerin tho hoiis*. - Aroid substitutes, there is but on������������������ " i'ainkillor " ��������������������������� l'%nj  D������������������������������������i������������������'���������������������������2SC and 60c  Minard's Liniment  Co..  Limited.  Have   li.od   MINARD'S'   LINIMENT    for  Group;   found    nothing    co.unl to it;  sure  cure.  Uatience.is what thc .other fellow  lacks, nohdOfy possesses and everybody needs.  Minard's Liniment Curei Burns, Etc.  It is easy to bury aspirations uncle  ambition.  Whon all other corn preparations  fail, try Holloway's Corn Cure. Wo  pain whatever, and no inconvenience in using it.  ILiwks__w,  _:. 13.,  Gil A..  Sept. 1st,  K.   SHARP.  1905.  As soon as you have life you havc  the inexplicable.  KOT LONG XOW.  Sunshine pleases j  Winter teases;   -  Springlike breezes;.  Thaws and freezes;  Colds and snee/.es;  Coughs and wheezes-  Yes, it's coming.  Lom ef Flash, cough and pain In tbe chest may  not mean consumption, but aio bad signs. Alleu'j  Lime Balsam loosens the .ou_.li ami boats inflaui-  ���������������������������d air passaiios.   Not ;i grain cf opium in it.,  JUST SO.  He���������������������������"Will you be my wife?"  She���������������������������"Why, wc'have just n-icf."  He���������������������������"But you don't need to know  m ? Ion a'."  She���������������������������"That's a consolation."  ACENTS WANTED.  ("1 AX  .J;- te;  don.  AXVASsnns wanted, tiigii grade  as.   Alfred    Tyler,    Importer.  Lon-  A-CF.NTS-S5 A. DAY EASY.-"- NO EX-"  penance needed. , Soils on" eight .  Absolute neec.s.i ty to farmers. - Does work'  of 50 mt-.n. Pays for" itself "in "one" hour.,"  Write to-day, ��������������������������� C. R. Adam? Co., Karma,  .Ont. _^ ' ���������������������������'���������������������������-'-    .  .l.UE    NORTIiEKN    LIFE -AS .URANGE'  ���������������������������--���������������������������-��������������������������� ;J.  Company have- .ood openings _for,-.-t:.  r-sperienced insurance, "writers, also -for .'  younp men who'desire to".-n.nke money ."'jt  Art������������������lress.,-..7o_n Milne, Managing Director,.,,"  Nonliern^Ijjfc, London, "Ont. '.- " '-'"-- .V  ADV AND GENTLEMEN AGENT. -TOVc-  -Ji v .ell rich-looking'Map, nip? atSl.25,":  each. P. A. Conway, Sliorhrooke,-'Oue., ../  writes: Sold 30 the first day. 20 the second."'.  Yon can do'as-well. Write, for exclusive _  territory, and. ''.nnic'nie soiling plan.' E.__ ,  Condon,   Rug Specialist, Kloningto 11. Maine.r  L  FARMS  FOR  RENT.  -lOo"  ���������������������������TfEVE irTO ueir. d^heii?-5^  "Bridget," began Mrs. Young-  bvitle, timidly, "1 don't suppose  you would���������������������������-...---object to my getting  That Tormenting Cold that ra.-ids you wretched  la . winter will nut umae back if you take Allen's  l.uii^ li.i^ara nlien your throat is raw and _uro.  Tliis admiriiblo i������������������ni������������������dy iii free from opium. Tak*  it in tiuia.  an alarm clock���������������������������'  "JNoc at all m.r  hiKy  cook,  disturb me  "Them  at all."  am," replied the  things    never  "VTO   62S9���������������������������100 acres   in, the Township of--  X'   Caradoo. in the County  of Middlesex,   ,  soil, rich    sandy loam, 3 1-2 acres   orchard..',"  1J-2 storey frame house, 2 frame barns and   .  other outhiiildin .  .  a. few rods   to   public...  school, and close to church. 4 miles   from-  Sti'alhi'oy  market and R. R. Station.        ���������������������������  "VT 0. 6272-50 ACRES IN THE-TOWNKHIP  .  i*     of Blandford. hi thc County of   Oxford,  soil, black clay loam, 2 storey   concrete house, frame  bank barn  with stalil'  ���������������������������  iiip    under,  other, outliuildiiifr. .  buildings  nearly    new   and  in .rood repair, situated   --  on  Gravel  road. 'I  ii-iUv   from  Woodstock,  market and R. R. Station.   This advertise-  ment   appears   in   over    200   newspaper...    .  lnriuii'ors wil]   please state'tho    paper .in.   .  whicli  the.v saw  this advertisement.    The.  -���������������������������  Western    Real   I_ tate  Exchange,  Limited,   -  7S Dundas St., London. Ont. '���������������������������'.,, ".  ~sf^s~A I_l/'_PS~"������������������������������������������������������i* o~T li etnWI thoutWIlib -  %.������������������"��������������������������� *". .r "���������������������������w Booklet K _e."   ^^   ..tcole.U _ :Kgs Seed Co., Ltd.,-Ti>routu,fOa|..  Send for free sample to Dept. VV. L., N .  tional  Drug & Chemical Co., Toronto.  OH, DOES JI!..?  "Wi  good.  her    pOAvderod  hnmy     she    said,    "means  James means    beloved.     I  wonder ,;  A flush mantled  cheek.  "J wonder," she murmured soft  ly,  "what George means."  "George      means     business,  hopc,';    said   mother,    look ine  Avarice  makes evcry  burden.  blessing  from the  in thc  I  up  wedding announcements  evening paper.  _______     ___.      __ ��������������������������� __���������������������������__* ���������������������������    "_��������������������������� *^_i*a_ "������������������*s__m  D;������������������s__S|i_i  ���������������������������KJ--'-- ������������������������������������������������������;=    :U _..______������������������������������������������������������.  A Pill That is .Prized.���������������������������There have  been many pills put upon thc market and pressed upon public attention, but., none has endured so long  or met with so much favor as Par-  melcR's Vegetable Pills. Widespread use of lhem has attested  their great value, and they need no  further advertisement than this.  Having iirnily established themselves in public esteem, they now  inrtk without a peer" in the list of  standard vegetable preparations.  JUJ LED !  A laborer in a dockyard was one  day given a tow-foot rule to measure n piece of iron plate. Not being  accustomed to the use of the rule  he returned it, after wasting a  good deal of time.  "Well  Free to Our Readers.  Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.  _or- 48-pafre illustrated Eye Book Free!  Write nil ahout Your Eye Trouble and  they will advise as to tho Proper Application of tho Murine Eye Remedies in Your  Special Case. Your UruRsist, will tell yo>,  that Murine Relieves Soro Eyes, Strength,  ens Weak Eyes, Doesn't Smart, Soothe.  Eye Pain, and sells for 50c. Try It in  Your Eyes and In ._1.j.b Ej _b for Scaly  Eyelids and Granulation.  UAHD IiUCJv.  Caller���������������������������"How pleased you must  be to find lhat your new cook is a  stayer."  Hostess���������������������������"My deai  timi   it!    She's  a  slayer  bur,     unfortunately     slu  cook."  don't mcn-  nl 1 right,  s   not   a  You den't have to know what KIND of cloth i  your Goods are made of, SAME Dye for ALL- '  No ohanco of !_let;._������������������s. All colors zo rents j  from your Druffffist or Dealer, Sample Card (  ar.c. Book _. Froe. Tha Jclinnon-Nichardson S  P___.-i._7t_  Pint. P.. MorWrnal. Quo.       I  *���������������������������^*������������������- '������������������������������������������������������ *��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������'���������������������������'Wi������������������iu-ili������������������������������������_'_ ni^_.,���������������������������_.������������������������������������<;  j" remarked thc fore-  is    the    size    of  thc  plate  "Well." replied he, with a smile  which accompanies duty performed, "it's the length of your rule and  thunhs over, with this piece uf  ; and the breadth of my hand  arm, and from here to there,  btii' a linger."  l-iii  mnn.   "what  ,ji "  Ci I.  two  brie!  and  ,4?^������������������_������������������S;^  , v_A-T_ ' --i'. __5r___ Try   ��������������������������� _  &#__*.: f^Vjfc ���������������������������^���������������������������*Ayy 41>.; p^l  Why are the crows coming back?  Bo-caws.  ISSTE NO J2-10.  ���������������������������������������������"/  Marlatt's-- hair   Promoter  Crows Hair on any Bald Heart  On sale  at, lhe Hold.   Simpson's Drn_   \)o-  partnient,  Toronlo.   Can.,  or   the   Mailall  Hair   Prornol'uc   Co..   Toronto.   Canad.  cms  Cured without operations--. All who are uf-  fljrtoil with thi" di. 'use and wish to bo  ciircd permanently, safely and riuicl.ly  wilh this (neat Homeopathic remedy,  which will bc penl po.f-pniri nnywhero  in the world with full in. ructions for  u������������������iii(? po a? lo effect a permanent cure.  Price   *1.   Addresi  John    T.  Walt,   Homeopathic    Pharmacy,  Arnprlor, Canada.  PILES  THE"L"!NDMAH"TRUSS"wilOiold aiiv'redijcil������������������J_"  loitiia.     I'.iKiiirsod   hy   fdiviiio-t  uieilical   rnon  Wnio foi  p:irticul..i'd.     IJ. I.1M.MA.V, (l.e������������������'dl  Montu'i'il. H  Is Your Hearing Cood'    .  The    .KAl.-O-PIIONr.   will   cjvp   you    th<  benefits   of   trood    henrine.   .Send   lor   I p'cc  booklet,   pivin.    pul'liculars   and     names  ' _.    .  of   satisfied   users,   Also  Special  Offer for a Month's    Home   Trial.  THE   GRAND  ELECTRO   OZONE   LIMITED,    :...    .���������������������������_  --   --334   Spr-til. n   Avonu'1., -Toroiito   -���������������������������----=^-���������������������������~  FEATHER   DYEINQ  Oeaulnv ami Ourllnif and Kid filore. clraii������������������d    TIimi  can bo ^eot by post, Ic |ier oz. tho be . |>la,.. it  BfllYISH   A?,.E. JCAH   DVEIfJC CO  UO.N'TiUUU  _-t_____U_u*_������������������M������������������j_i_   ___  Blind, Bleeding, Itcnmg,  Protruding  Piles quickly  ancl permanently cured by  the most s. .enlific and economical 1'euu.il)  LVLE'S   COMMON   SENSE   FOR   PILES  Price    S1.00--6    for    S5.00,   mailed  on  receipt of price.  LYLE   MEDICINE   CO.,  718  Queon  West, TORONTO.  ^/ffmAmn.Jc/Ar/CA.Lomict  t^dAU. PAIiVAUtJAC/fZS  Inflammation of  tb   Kidney... of tlio  Bladder,  of tho  Bowels, of the  hunt. , Sore Throat.  1 .onchiti .Difficult  Drciithiiiff, Croup,  t^rrh, Intiucii7.u, Jfc  ache, 'i'outhncho. X  rclgiu, HhounuUism  Cliillii, Aj.110 Cliills,  blnin . Frostbite, g  cuied by  Badwaij's Ready Reilel  ^���������������������������wm���������������������������_���������������������������_>_���������������������������> 11 ��������������������������� 11  COUGHS & COLDS  LEAD TO CONSUMPTION  Colds ate the most cirm^crous of nil  forms of diicas:. A ncyleclad cold leads  to Bronchi!. , Consumption, Pneumonia.  ' Coughs" n;c the result ol irritated bron-  chiultubes. "PSYCHINE"curescougha  by removing thc irritating panicles aud  healing thc inflamed membrane. It is a  germicide an _ destroys the tubercle germ.  It 13 n tonic that sttengthens thc lungs, the  I liver, and tones up thc system. It makes  for belter health iu all conditions of humanity. Getstronsandlhccoujjh will disappear.  "PSYCHINE"  make,  weak   pcople  I strong.* It cures coughs of thc most obdurate kind and breaks up a cold iu a few  houtS'  Write for Free Sample.  For Sale ' _ all Drcsf ills and Dealers 50c. A $1  por belli:.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,   ���������������������������  TORONTO  PRONOUN  -^3SE_S_3_f-^0������������������S!PgK_-. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 19, 1910  PROFESSIONAL  D  Offir*  w.  R. H. W. KEITH,  Oflice hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5  Evening; 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Cor. Cliff nnd Geor.ceSta. ENDERBY  E, BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block.. Enderby,B.C.  FIGHT THE  HOUSE FLY  ���������������������������.���������������������������/���������������������������-  Of all disease-carrying, death-dealing insects, the common house (ly is  the most formidable.' In the words  of the City Bacteriologist of New  York, the common house fly is the  most "dangerous animal on earth,  more deadly than the cobra or tiger.'  HALLEY'S    COMET  San Jose, Cal., May 17.���������������������������Director  Campbell of the Lick observatory  to-day gave out the following:  "Halley's 7 comet was 20 degrees  ;long at daybreak yesterday, both as  'photographed and as observed by the  | naked eye. This corresponds to a  (length  of 24,000,000 miles.   The near-  ated  that   sixtv-live    out  of Cverv   miles from thc ea:th'   Tuesclay morn"  aieci   _na.   sixty u\e    out  ot  every , ..^ lt wiU  be nearly 7,000,000 miles  ���������������������������K__u_rir*us.n_^_ _ at������������������__s^mc-_-Z_x  SECRET SOCIETIES  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby   Lodge     No.   40  Regular     meotiiiKS     first |  Thursday on or after the |  full moon nt 8 p. rn. in Oddfellows    Hall.        Visitiiif.  brethren cordially invited.  , J. C. METCALF  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  1,  __������������������/   Eureka Lo<l.ce, No. .0  .\_ets every Tuesday evening- at 8 o'clock, in 1. O.  O. F. hall. Metcalf block.   VisitinK brothers always    welcome.    J.   A.  McMorland. N. G.,  A.  Reeves, Sec'y, E. J. Mack, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  -_. _.   _    __i������������������ ' Meets every Monday evtninK  ^-_^_^_^     in K- of p- Hul1'   visitors cor-  \j__^Si dially invited to attend.  ROBT. N. BAILEY. C.C.  C.E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  Ti. J. COLTART, M.F.  K.of 1 . Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments.    For rates, etc., apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE. M. E.. Endorby  mated that sixty-live out of every  hundred deaths occurring from intestinal infections were due to thc fly.  Thousands of babies ��������������������������� "are'sacrificed  annually. A map of the congested  portions of New York was marked  with black dots, each dot representing  a death from intestinal disease. Said  the City Bacteriologist: "If flies are  responsible for these black dots, then  it follows the more flies,the more  dots." Fly traps were also placed  along the watcr front. The resulting  rtatistics were striking. The Ily  catch ancl the death rate rose in direct proportion from 92 (lies and 69  deaths per week in June to the period of greatest fly activity in August  which produced 5510 flies and 509,p.,  deaths in one week ! In much the j (L -  same order, typhoid figures rose and  fell. To complete the case, sweepings in water front garbage piles  were stained. Thereafter when a fly  left these his course was traced, often straight to the kitchens of nearby  restaurauts    or'   bakeries; to ex-  ;away; .Wednesday morning a little  ! over 2,000,000 and Wednesday evening  I the earth will be passing through its  | tail. The present diameter of the  : tail at the point through which tho  i earth will pass is a little over 1,000,-  ;0'00 miles. Thc two bodies will havc  la relative velocity of about 43 miles  'per second.    The   time   required for  the passage, if the present dimensions  remain   unchanged,   will  hc six  or seven hours."  MADE A BIG HIT  Thc   Juvenile   Bostonians   in their  enitial performance in Enderby,  last  y evening, in "Berta's Billion,"  | made a big hit   with   our music and  ! fun-lovers.   The children certainly de-  ! serve all tlie good things which have  I been said of them.   Thc performance  i throughout    was   bright,    clean   and  ��������������������������� catchy, and the girls performed with  ! a snap  that  carried the house  with  i       ���������������������������,, F    .,       t   ,���������������������������    .,,      .     ,      ���������������������������, jthem.   Of course, Babe Mason capti-  I posed fruit and vegetable stands and | vatfid the audiei/cc.   Shc is a chaJ!m.  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  for coal and   oil  described   lands:       Situated   in   the  Osoyoos division of Yale district:  Commencing    at    a    post   planted  on the north side of  Short's  Creek,  about seven   miles   up   stream from  Okanagan Lake, two thirds of a mile  west   from   Kerrigan's ������������������cabin,   forty  -. feet north of   trail,    marked Charles  .13. Smyth,    S. E. Cf,   thence   eighty  chains   west,    thence   eighty   chains'  north,    thence   eighty     chains   east,'  thence eighty    chains south to point  _bt commencement.  Located, April 28th, 1910.  Locator���������������������������     CHARLES E.  SMYTH,  Doctor, Medicine Hat  By J. H. Christie, agent.  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  for coal and oil. over the following  described lands: Situated in the  Osoyoos division of Yale district:  Commencing at a post planted  at thc base of the mountain on the  north side of Short's-Creek, eighty  chains west-southwest from Charles  E. Smyth's location, marked E. J.  Tewing, S.E.C., thence eighty chains  west, thence eighty chains north,  thence eighty chains east, thence  eighty chains south to point- of  commencement.  =Loca tc dy-A-p r-il*_St h^l _ 10.-   Locator��������������������������� E.   J.  FEWINGS,  to creameries. One hundred thousand  bacteria of various degrees of virulence were found on the legs of one  fly selected at random. Six million,  six hundred thousand were washed off  another in a bottle of sterile water.  These bacteria are largely located^on  the stiff bristles of the fly's leg,  which "may be likcne"d to a head of  ripened wheat. These bristles gather  loose filth very much the same as the  straws of a broom, and it is readily  seen that myriads of germs may he  over the following j deposited as he walks over a loaf of  bread.or buzzes in the sugar bowl.  This process is materially assisted  by the fly vigorously rubbing the  outstretched legs together, a habit of  personal cleanliness common to him,  and no doubt very necessary.  Prom being regarded as merely a  harmless nuisance, the fly may be  proclaimed as an instrument of death  We have looked up bis record and  we know him for what he is.���������������������������Nurses  Journal of the Pacific Coast.  ing little   miss   with a smile and a  !  I naturalness that are irresistible. She  wins at every point. There were  others in the company deserving of  special praise, but to signal them out  would mean the mentioning of most  of the little artists.  TENDERS WANTED  METHODIST CONFERENCE  Tlie twenty-fourth session of the  B. C. conference of the Methodist  church opened at Nelson last Friday.  Fifty-two ministers and fifty-eight  laymen answered to their names at  the roJlcall, which is a record for the  Conference.  Rev. R. N. Powell was elected president of the Conference. Rev. A. E_  Roberts was re-elected secretary of  the Conference, and nominated as his  assistant Rev. R. F. Still man of  Vancouver. Rev. T. H. Wright was  chosen journal secretary, and Rev.  Thos. Green statistical secretary.  The draft for the Okanagan^i. istrict  resulted:  Enderby���������������������������Wm. A. Gifford, B.A..G.D  Vernon���������������������������John Robson, B.  A.  Long    Lake   and   Okanagan���������������������������. .  S  Wolfetdale.  Kelowna���������������������������Samuel  J. Thompson, E  B. Glass, superannuated.  Mountview���������������������������W.  Vance,  B.  A.  Peachland���������������������������John  J.  Nixon.  Summerland���������������������������W. L. Hall, B.A.,B.D,  Penticton���������������������������Geor-'   '" ���������������������������=.  __Keremeus���������������������������Geo.._R._ B._ Kinney, B.A  Municipality of Spallumcheen  - TENDERS will be received by the  undersigned up to Friday, the 27th  inst. for the hauling of about 25 ton  of Wood Pipe from Enderby Station  to the pipe line from Canyon Creek  to L. Main's property.  C. CREED, C. Mf C.  MILK VS. BEEFSTEAK  Chief Commissioner of Dairying for  the Dominion, says in bis report to  the Dominion government, that milk  at 12c a quart is equal in food value  to one pound of beef- steak at the  prevailing price. In other words, if  we had to pay 12c a quart for milk  such as the Glengarrack Dairy delivers in Enderby, it would be as  cheap in food value as beefsteak at  15c a pound. -   ���������������������������  By  THE GRINDROD BRIDGE  financial Agent, Medicine Hat i    J. I-I.  Christie, agent. i    Pile driving for the Grindrod bridge  ~~~~~ : ' : ~ i will be finished  this  week.   The tim-  iNOilCI. is hereby given that sixty :; b       for the   structural work are al_  hereof,     I in- j    .   ..        . .    ,. .. .  ready cut,   and    the    construction  of  the bridge  will    move' more rapidly  from now    on.   It   will   probably be  ready for traffic by the end of June.  When this    bridge   is completed, it  should encourage thc farmers in that  days from the date  tend to apply to the Commissioner  of Lands for a licence to prospect  for coal and oil over the following  described - lands;,���������������������������Situatedl^in^tho  Osoyoos division  of Yale district:  Commencing at a post planted  on the north side of Short's Creek,  about eighty chains westerly from  F. .J. Fewings' location, marked J.  II. C, S.13.C, thence eighty chains  west, thence eighty chains north,  thence eighty chains east, thence  eighty chains south'��������������������������� to point of  commencement.  Located, April 28th, 1910.  Locator- J.   H.   CHRISTIE,  Prospector, Vernon, B. C.  vicinity to go heavily into vegetable  and roots. There is much of the  finest kind of black pete soil on the  farms of W. Monk, Gerald Neve and  Fred Folkard, which is ideal for  celery-growing, and all the rapid-  growing roots.  ...  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. " $23  Middlings, $1.20 100 lbs. " $24  iOatsT$lT20=per:100"1bsr^=' '���������������������������$24  Oat Chop, $1.30 100 lbs. " $26  Wheat, $2.15 per 125-lbs " $34  Barley, $1.20 per 100 lbs. " $24  Barley Chop, $1.30100 lbs." $26  Whole Corn, $2.00100 lbs. " $40  Cracked Corn, $2.10 lOOlbs.'' $42  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   and  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.  and Bacon  Choice.    Home Cured.     Fresh and  Savory.  A High-Class Enderby  Product.  Farm Fed & Cured  o+o+o+<>+o+<>-ho+<>+o+o+o+oo+o-ty+o+o+ -c^+c^o+o-fo+o-fo  In Groceries  Let us fill your orders. We will prove to you that  we can serve you with the highest-class and save you  money; We handle all the leading Breakfast Foods.  Prices Right in all lines. Malta Vita and Kellog's  Toasted Corn Flakes, 3 for 25c. Others in proportion  o+o+o+o-^+o+o+S+z+o+o+o 04-o-fo-f c^o _-cnK>>-c+o-f_->-o-f o  If you want your Boy to be  Well-Dressed, fit him  with one of Our New Suits  A nice line just opened out.   Inspect them..  Fine Line of Straw Hats  Just Unpacked  040 + o-fo+o+c-f of o+o+o-fp-fo O+O+O+ofo-fc-fof o+o+o+o+o  See our choice line of POCKET KNIVES  THE POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  Farm  Implements  I have two carloads of Buggies,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows and  Harrows, Discs, Feeders, Etc.,  to arrive this week, and another  carload of 12- and 18-horse automobiles. I can give you good  terms on any of these, and want  you to call and inspect them.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  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.  Save  That's our rule of three. We have other rules too, the rule  of four, five and 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  I wish to call your attention  to the large line of Furniture,  Linoleums, Carpet Squares,  Rugs, Window Shades and  Household Furnishings I have  in stock. Have just added  another car-load of new goods  to my already large stock. If  you want anything in these  lines call and see my goods. A  few prices will convince you  that you can save money by  dealing with me:  Dresser & Stand, oak finish, from $15 to $26  Sideboard���������������������������. "      " 15 to -10  Extension Tables,     " !) to  215  Dining Chain, all prices from 75i_ lo fb each  Iron Beds & Sprint., from ������������������J.50 to j_5.  Mattressca, from    .50  to 17.00  Tarlor Tables and Standa, 1.50 to 15.00  W. T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Having added a cement brick machine to my cement plant, I am novr  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  A Positive Cure  for Indigestion  If you have indigestion, your food  ferments in the stomach and bowels.  It does more: it decays, and the nutritious matter which should go to  make new_ blood decays with it^ arid  "this~leffdtr. 6 ah ihipov_rish"i=d=_o_fli===  tion of the blood, to nervousness,  billiousness, constipation, sick headache, bad breath which disgusts your  friends, and other disagreeable and  unpleasant conditions.' ���������������������������  And all this trouble is caused by  the food that doesn't digett, but ferments ancl of times.~ rots . in the  stomach".  And fermentation is caused by the ���������������������������  stomach not being strong enough and__  energetic  enough  to thoroughly mix  the food with the digestive juices.  M-I-O-N-A is responsible for tens of  thousands of cures. In fact, it is  such-a positive cure for indigestion  and all stomach troubles that it is  guaranteed by A. Reeves to cure or  money back. The price of a large  box of Mi-o-na tablets is 50 cents,  and they are sure to promptly relieve the worst case of indigestion or  gastritis.   Try them.  While we 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.  (pmSWED HI0H-O-M������������������)  CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or  money back. Sold and guaranteed by  A.   REEVES, Kuderby.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B.C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furniahed and Work Guaranteed  Seed Oats and Spring Wheat. My  seed is No. .1 and guaranteed free  from all noxious seeds. Special quotation on ton lots.    Apply���������������������������  R.  WADDELL, ..  '-fl  vfl  III  _.  Ml

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