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 yy"r\   ., 7~     -���������������������������.  ,        ;��������������������������� '-"������������������������������������������������������_. _ '-_., .    ;-7  ��������������������������� i. _ _  1/  _>'  _   l  Enderby, B. C,  June 9, 1910  AND      W A L K E R'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 15; Whole No.,Tl9  Brief Mention of News  of Interest to Enderby District  Good morning; have you had the  measles ?  J. C. English returned this week  from the coast and the Slocan.  A "son was born -to. Mr. .and Mrs.  ������������������������������������������������������ B. -J. Carlson,' on Monday," June, 6th.  When measles   begin     to Peel, it's  time to call out the medical board.  '-,-.'   Jim   Grier   thinks   Halley's "comet  ,-   was no kind of^a comet-to'come..west  . without a tail.-  * The Grindrod bridge will be planked  nearly two-thirds' of  the way'by, the  - end.of this week.  Mrs. Chas. E. Strickland has re-  . turned'from   Harrison   Hot Springs,  where she spent a month in rest and  quiet.  The rains of-Sunday night, Monday  and, Tuesday were worth.hundreds of'  thousands' of dollars to the Okaha-  '. gan Valley. _-'���������������������������-*���������������������������"'  Little Viola Barrows'fell, upon her  arm " -.Wednesday, afternoon ��������������������������� in _ the  _ school yard, and "'fractured"the bone  ^ at the wrist. ,. ./_.  *.. "-  ;.' Mr. and "Mrs/ Webb Wright and Mrs  ffMcCormick*, - are ��������������������������� enjoying' a.yisit "to  Los Angeles and other Southern ;'CaW  ifornia resorts. -    -     .;'     ��������������������������� " '���������������������������     ***���������������������������'  The residential property next toHhe  office* of the Walker "Press in-being  greatly improved by Mr. Poison, who  recently bought it.  Much' of the lumber piled at the  street crossings two months ago for  the building of crossings,' would look  better, feel better and last longer if  it were made   into   crossings.  Fred". Moore is showing a very high  class of photography, latelyy done by  him with his new camera. Pew photographers bring out the detail as  clearly, .or give as good a finish.  "Mr. and Mrs.   W. R. Barrows went  ="to-Sicamous=Saturday^afternoon7-and=  Sunday morning Mr.  and Mrs.  Con-  greve returned with them to Enderby  in Mr. Congreve's   handsome launch.  H. W. Harvey informs us that,  pending the settlement of negotiations now underway, the whole of the  Grindrod property owned by Messrs.  Carlin has been withdrawn from the  market. ��������������������������� 1      ._..._  The Second Annual Fruit and Berry  Show will be held in Bnderby on July 6,  in the Parish Hall, [a strawberry show]  and on July 27, in K. P. Hall, to accommodate the vegetables, flowers and  later small fruits.  Rev. W. A. Gifford left for Kelowna  last Saturday, where he will occupy  the Methodist pulpit for a month.  He will then' return to Enderby for a  few days, to bid his friends good-bye  ere he takes up the work in Columbian college.  G. A. Agnew, wife and children,  of Minetonias, Man., were in Enderby  last week. Mr. Agnew came to take  over the stock and business of Walter  Robinson, but the deal was not  closed, and Mr. Agnew returned to  his eastern home.  , The regularity of the morning train  being "two hours late" since the  change of schedule, reminds one very  forcibly of the good old days of yore  when' this same train was given the  euphonious title "the Molasses' Limited," and it lived up to the title.  Road S uperiri t ende'nt Hamilton  Lang, has promised to carefully investigate the matter of the proposed  Bradbury-Nelson road to" open up the  The Musical Eckbardts do not need  an introduction to>an Enderby audience. They have, been here before, a  year ago, and no -aggregation of entertainers ever   gave better satisfac-  Bryn-Iach   valley,   west    of Enderby. tion.   The fact.that'they are" so well  and to do all he consistently can to  improve the road conditions which  retard the growth of that section.  The press of- the Okanagan will  join heartily in extending congratulations to ,, Editor and Manager Col-  linge, of the Summerland Review,- on  the'advent of a daughter to make  happier the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Collinge.  - At a meeting - of" the City Council:  last night an estimate of the receipts :  and expenditures - for   the year i910 i  was presented; and   Mayor Bell pro7  posed that the Tax By-law be.amended by increasing   the   levy from 17  and a fraction to 18 mills.  and favorably.known should be suffi-  ' A very handsome prize list of the  Okanagan' Exhibition to be held at  Vernon, September 14, 15 and 16, has  just been issued from the press of  the Vernon News, and is now ready  for' circulation to all who apply to  the secretary, J.\ A:'Meldrum.    "r"  .    - ���������������������������'..<-.';'.?       " ��������������������������� -   ���������������������������    _ >  ,������������������he~; Presbyterian^ Ladies' ��������������������������� Aid will  thc>ld, a, garden. -party^on the -evening-  of Wednesday,���������������������������; June -22nd, (weather  permitting) on the recreation'ground.  A ball -game will be played, there  will be music by the-band, ice cream  will be served, "together with'circus  lemonade and candy.  Rev: Mr. Connor, late of Prince  Rupert, took up the wark on the En-  derby-Armstrong circuit last Sunday,  preaching his first sermon in Enderby  in the evening to a large 'congrega-.  tion. Mrs. * Connor is spending a  few weeks with her .mother in Vancouver, and will join her husband in  the near future.  Commencing Monday morning of  this week-the summer time table on  the^C.= _,i=R7=n_ainline"went"into~-effect-  and the time on the Okanagan branch  was changed to conform. The morning train is supposed to reach Enderby at 10:45, from the north. The  south mail closes at 10:05, and the  north-going at 4:15 p. m.  Jas. R. Linton has established an  office at the Enderby Hotel, to handle the " business in " connection with  his heavy tie and pole contracts.  H. H. Worthington is attending to  the office end of the business, while  Mr. Linton will superintend the work  in.the camps. He has established his  first camp near.Mara, and is employing 17 men.  The changing of the river current  at the bridge has caused the cast  bank to wash away from two sets of  shallow piles, and some of the piles  to be carried away. The bridge has  been greatly weakened as a result.  As soon as he can move the pile-  driver from the Grindrod bridge, Mr.  Barnes will repair the weakened sets  in the Enderby bridge*  The. City Council has given City  Clerk Rosoman authority to employ  assistance in the preparation of the  tax roll, etc., and Mr._Rosoman has  secured the services of Ray Hancack.  Mr. Hancock has. just' finished transcribing the tax roll for 1910, including that of the school district, and  he has made a most, perfect job of it.  All who are familiar with Mr. Hancock's excellent penmanship will realize the wisdom of Mr. Rosoman's  choice. .::'.  cient to. guarantee them a crowded  house in K. -P.. hall next Tuesday  evening, June 14th. Enderby music-  lovers have missed two very good  performances lately, but this company is so well known it is certain  to draw a good house.  Geo. Bell, A. .E. Taylor, George  Sharpe and W. T. Holtby, attended  the annual rifle shoot at Armstrong  last week, and all. came home loud  with praise for the splendid management of the affair. .Capt. Wolfenden and his men deserve all kinds of  praise for the excellent arrangements.  The shooting was unusually close and  the scores high... . The men from Enderby did no. team work, but. showed  up _ well in,.the-individual ranks, all  winning prizes .in several events. The  grand "aggregate "prize was won by  F.-C. Wolfenden, and he was shooting  against Fred- Richardson, the.Bisley  medal winner, arid several - other  crack riflemen from,the coast.  "'-X'notice has been-given us for publication to, the effect that the Dutch  Social, postponed from a few weeks'  ago, which is to be given in the  Parish Hall in aid of the organ fund  of the'North Enderby church, will be  held on Tuesday- evening, June 14th.  This is the date of the great Musical  Eckhardts, and another postponement is in ordc_.v' What a blessed relief when all the mix-ups caused by  the. comet's tail are ironed out !  J. R.-Colley, of Hullcar, left for  Fort George���������������������������.some days ago,, taking  with him- several  and a strain of laying hens. Eggs  are $1 a dozen at Fort George, and  fresh milk and butter, any price you  have the conscience to ask.  Contract Let for Road  *   to Open Up the Lawes Addition  At the meeting of the City Council  last Wednesday evening, Aid. Ruttan  was absent.  An agreement signed by G. R.  Lawes, E. Lawes and A* Sutcliffe,  containing legal assurances for the  transfer of the right-of-way for the  proposed road on the Lawes addition  to the City, was laid .before the  Council. The ! agreement was acceptable to the Council and it was moved  by Aid'. Blanchard, seconded by Aid.  Hutchison that the tender of J. F.  Johnson and A. J. Carefoot to construct the said road for the sum of  $350, should be accepted, the work to  be completed by August 1st, 1910.  The ...motion was unanimously agreed  to, and the clerk instructed to prepare-and havc signed the proper "contract covering the work. -       *"     '  -  C. E. Strickland - came, before the  Council with reference to his former  request for water service.. ���������������������������  Aid.-    Blanchard    moved"  "that we  purchase, f-inch * Pipe, sufficient   to  reach from H.    Bjrrnes' home to the  Strickland home, and pute it^in place,  in. a._itch< to ��������������������������� be "-prepared5" by"' Mr.-  Strickland, and rerllled*"6y him. "sii__'  ditch to be sufficiently "deep to-ensure  the safety of'the-'pipe from frost, and  to be dug just "inside the. fence "along  the east   side   of   Railway   street."  Carried.  Moved by Mr. Blanchard, seconded  by Aid. Hutchison that Aid. Evans,  chairman of the waterworks committee, be instructed to order,the necessary pipe for this work from, A. Ful-  double that amount if a pre-emption  is also taken. '..,'"  In the upper Columbia division on  account of the very high altitude. of.'  the land    and   the   character, of.the  country, the   area of the. homestead -  is fixed at   forty   acres   with a .pre- -,  emption privilege on an adjoining 40  acres, and the area to be cultivated  is slightly more. , -  ' ^; " -  In the Kamloops division the_area '"  of homesteads is fixed at 160 acres,  or a quarter section. The _ smaller -  area is-applicable to lands suitable,-,  for fruit growing, "which are difficult "*'  to clear.   '- '_ "   :   . . '. ,  A WORTHY CAUSE  A GOOD MAN GOING  R. W. Hodson, provincial livestock  commissioner, has tendered his resignation, which has been accepted with  regret, to the Provincial minister of  Agriculture, to take effect on July  15th. Mr. Hodson intends to enter  into business with his father, who  was for some years livestock commissioner in the Dominion department of agriculture.  While in the service of the provincial department Mr. Hodson has  rendered most valuable services in  promoting the betterment of stock  and improving dairying conditions in  British Columbia. His successor has  not been appointed.  Wanted to Buy���������������������������One single-horse  mower; one single-horse hay rake;  one small disc harrow, ancl one big,  roomy. democrat. Bernard Rosoman,  Mara, B. C.  Buggy Paint, carriage top dressing,  wagon and implement paint, and  axel oil, at Fulton's Hardware.  If you would build a city out of  this town then be cheerful, tell the  truth and live it, and keep on sawing wood.  ton, at the   same    price as the last  purchased from him.   Carried.  Clerk" Rosoman called attention -to  good milch cows  the congested  .condition of the office  work of the City. . It was decided to  obtain the    services   of an assistant  until the end of June,  his wages to  be at the rate of $3.25 per day.  ^A=letter-^was^receive"d^fr6m^G_oT  Robinson,  secretary of the Northern  Okanagan   Poultry   Association, ask  ing the use of the Council Chamber  for a meeting of the Executive Com-,  mittee of the association, Wednesday  afternoon, June'8.   Granted.  M. C. Dunwoodie complained by  letter of Chinamen dumping foul-  smelling refuse on lots_within-the  city limits on thc Vernon road. The  matter was referred to the health  committee to be looked into.,  RAILWAY BELT LANDS  Economy fruit  crocks, and jugs,  ware.  jars, stone churns,  at   Fulton's Hard-  One Jersey Cow for sale; just come  in; splendid milker. Foster & Proctor  Denovan Ranch, Enderby.  Planet Junior cultivators, $5.75 to  $17.00,. at Fulton's Hardware.  Milk Cows for sale; freshly calved.  Stepney Ranch, Enderby.  Regulations for the administration  ancl disposal of    thc Dominion lands  in the railway belt of British Columbia were   passed   last   week   by 'the  Governor-General-in-Council. The regulations provide for the classification  of the lands remaining undisposed of  according to their character, location  ancl  altitude.    In the coast division  where the   rainfall   is heavy ancl the  timber growth large, a settler is entitled   to    enter   for   forty   acres of  bench land    as    homestead and preemption.     If the   settler is prepared  to cultivate    a   larger area than required in    connection    with   the half  legal subdivision entered as a homestead, he   is   permitted   to pre-empt  the adjoining twenty acres in the legal division.     The same proportions  will apply to bench lands in the lower Columbia   division and the Shuswap division.     It is required in this  case that the settler should clear a  total of ten acres and cultivate a total of six   acres   before patent, and  The'ladies of,Enderby have always -/"  led in   matters   looking -to the wel-; . ���������������������������  fare, of   the ��������������������������� community.    A year of  '"*'  more"'ago   when-they   thought "they./"  saw a way  of :��������������������������� getting  a   small .hos--"'-,-  pital established   in ' Enderby,".,-they *  worked earnestly   to bring-it'about:'."''--  To-day ."when ^that   worthy object isr"-'-  aboiit to-be ...consummated, "they, are "Ti  entering ".with-; renewed vigor "ih"*t _e'*r"v^|  effort' to;make-'it- an institution'that:'*-  will- bring comfort to the sick and a -:  general improvement in the facilities  \i  for handling the injured.  ,:. These ladies wish to supplement the    ,-  good action of   the - City Council in. -  appropriating    $125.00   for.   the purchase of beds, tables,.etc., by-raising    *>  a sufficient amount    tp add bedding,  service-cups', rubber   goods, and the -  numerous articles it is so. difficult/to V ���������������������������  get along without.    And   so. the "la-,..--:'  dies are arranging for a social to be  given     shortly,    at    which; refresh- ,";  ments will   be -served   and novelties  sold to all and" sundry who wish to    -  add their mite to aid the good work.  Already   Enderby   has learned - the     -:  importance of having trained resident  nursesno^essist^thir^hpician. when       '  the demand upon   his time and services compels   him   to cover a large  field.   Mrs. Sewell and daughter have . _  entered earnestly in the undertaking.  They have one   ward   in readiness to  receive emergency cases, and will perfect the plan previously mapped,out  as early as possible.  The band boys have gladly-signified*;----  their readiness to contribute music  for the evening. It is desired by the  ladies that cakes, sandwiches, candy,  and fancy articles be contributed by-  everybody in the district. They wish '  it to be understood that this is 'to be  a district affair; the assistance and  co-operation of everyone is earnestly  desired. Contributions will be received by Mrs. Geo. Bell, Mrs. Leech-  Porter, Mrs. Moffet and Mrs. Mowat.  who will act until a regular hospital  auxiliary is named by the citizens.  These ladies have taken the initiative  in the matter, and will call a general  meeting of all ladies to go into the  matter of detail and date.  DENVER'S NEW PAPER  Jim Gricr is back in New Denver.  He is giving the good people of the  glacier belt and metropolis of the  Slocan a bright, spicy characteristic  newspaper which hc calls the Slocan  Record. Colonel Lowery says Jim  has already done much for New Denver, in that he has moved the glacier  four miles nearer town. But this is  not all the good Jim will do the old  camp. PIc is a booster, and will  attract the attention of the world .to  the Lucerne of America if given the  support necessary to keep the plant  in operation. OR, THE NEW "MISTRESS AT  LAUREL HILL.  i liA.'TI.I.  Nit.   a-in.i  moan,  i.  J   C.  h-.p the  fai  indorsiood tin*  remainder ������������������������������������������������������'.  _   S.  t"!  t. I ������������������; c j -wise1 ha\ e been  hit. :iiul (lu I--  iis--s ������������������ia_. was  ui bo would  Ai'icr iii  d"  tislic  r. i  pai'luro. [here ensued ;in iu.er-.ni ol'  cji'iet. which. a1- spri-ip ;;]".;uni;i-*h _<1,  wits broke:) by the doctor's iv.-uni-  ii.g thc .vui'k of repairs, whicli had  . 1. .en suspended during tho colde-t  ���������������������������weather. The partil ion bei'-voen  1hc parlor and tiii'. large -qua re  bedroom was removed : folding-  doors wen*, made between : iho windows wore cut, down; a carpet was;'  bouybt to   innicli    the?    iiiio   wliich  l n i._ I: (\  liked Ins  loi-K  After ii.- li111f  somewhat, and  a ii."  he   nnd   novel  !Hc knew he admired her very much,  land when he wrote the note J-^-,  | withheld, he saidst-o himself, ,''H  ishe answers this, I shall write again  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������and again, and may Vie"���������������������������he did  ���������������������������..'���������������������������_ exactly know what lay beyond  ithe maybe, so he added, "wc shall  I bo very good friends."  ! But the note was f.not answered,  I unci when his cousin's letter came,  .tclling.-liim--of thc engagement, a  !sharp, quick-pang shot through his  ! heart, eliciting from him a faint  ; outcry, which caused his mother,  i whu was .present, to ask what was  Uho -matter.  j    "Only  a  sudden     pain."  be an-  'swered',   laying  his hand   upon   his  SEALED LEAD PACKETS ONLY  The r __tive purity  find  garden freshness of  howe, er, he rallied I  offered lhe eonsoln-  "they were in a  I'll   be   honest,  i sa:<i   lie.   "aud  foiifrs1-   iliiu   I   dc-  . pf.'ded  upon ihut nemey to set. mo  ' up  iu   business.      .!     was  aning  to  siac.  I'lovy  lemark.  thai  ' m;gluv   l)ad   li.\.  l "Pleurisy, perhaps," the pracli-  leiil   mother   rejoined,   and   suppos-  . img she was right, he placed the letter in his pocket, and went out into  "'the  open   air.     It   had  m-own   un  is preserved by the use of sealed lead packets.  comfortably    warm,    he    tnougnt, j ton tion.   and   he  was   approaching!  while the noise of the falling foiin-^he spot who've she stood, when the'  _ i       i.:..    i. _-.._ A i _        .    i  ���������������������������       _        j iii..  _.a.c notes, aim :n ������������������r|ici' t<> do sy, ; 1,..i) in lhc g.mjcn in.u!e his head | S(.,1!Iu! of ],js footsteps caught her  I must have ..une reaoy capital. ]t!.ul)C a,. ifc luul I!Cvcr a(.hC(j before; j Gatt aiKi turning round she disclos-  crumps ni.,' he. continued, "ior, as . ^ rcfcul.ning ��������������������������� ,0 the house, he ��������������������������� f:J lo vicw the features of Maude  a   married   man.   my   expenses   wiJl j       ��������������������������� ,     ,._  ���������������������������i..���������������������������..,,<   l.hrarv.       But * o��������������������������� ���������������������������,;������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  .aiuic -had purchased   the  summer j s--.l-.bod Maude who.  ... , ��������������������������� sought his pleasant library.     .^u^:.Remington.  necessarily he more than  they iiowi^^  vohnnc jn all those crowded *    ������������������������������������������������������Maude!" he exclaimed, "this is  arc'- ' ...'shelves had power to  interest hi"1 Ijno ccd a- surprise.      1 must    even  We can   defer    mir  marriage.;; j|iJcn.  anfj with a, strange  cliscpiiot. |f.lajm a COushr's right to kiss you,"  lean   throb-;i)e .lV-;-,lctorcd from    room to room, |.lljCj taking both her hands in his.  bed  painfully   wiih  every   word  hc ; 1|nt;j at \.lHi as the sun went down, jjK, ]cic.:scc] her blushing check���������������������������covly J  our mar-'}ie j.^ j,;,. throbbing temples upon |���������������������������timidly���������������������������for James Dc Vere was j  clerer  possbilv  before;   and   then,   when   all _ was j   ^     ^      ������������������  l1-no?thc0bCln^������������������'b_CiiusP ;.'had'cost jviage  awhile,   and   p...ssbily   a   part :j^;' p";iiuW.   .,!U1    in'   his     feverish j uuuscd 'to    such    things,    and  not  ..  mueh      Cut  he  could   afford   lo: "��������������������������� my fortune may be regained���������������������������or, I dr(1.M1lS>   suw  again   the   dark-eyed ;quitc    certain, whether  be extra'���������������������������-_inI,    for    a    wife    like : if y.'ii wish it.  I m ill -rele:.^ you at. ^, ,,udc    siLting    0n   hcr    rnot.iev s j  ho cMiui.i.yi.1 .      ,        v __,  ri  ,   ���������������������������_,   "in- j.j-^vc,   hcr  face  upturned   to  hiin.  1Prliinrl on hcr lip the. smile that form-  if you wish it.  I  Maude    Glcndowcr.   and     trusting j once    Vou  nee.  nwch  to the    wheat-crop    and the ; l'sss bride. '   an.  vool,  he  started   for    Troy,  about; lac m Moi  lhe middle of .March,  fully expecting to receive from the lady a decisive answer as to when she would  make, lhem both perfectly happy I  With a most winning smile upon  her lip ancl a bewitching glance in  hcr black eyes. Maude (ile.ndowev  look his hand in hers, and begged  fov a little lomrer freedom.  "Wait till   ne_t fall."   she said;  not '..wed a pen in  ha.nds. while, sin  od the answer i->  J. C De Veie did '  iupion belter inan  ever ������������������������������������������������������seen,   and    i  i.iai wc    hu  await- i  her   suggestion,  ���������������������������ve \jaude. I\e,m-  any one hc bai  ough he  caughti  deferred  (eagerly al/the^niari-i  : he was not'then willing to,give her.i  tup., and. 7 with one <.. T his impetuinis j  !:bursts,' die excjlaimcd.v":t. will Vnot^i  i he released, though it niay;ybe ywise '  I to , ! .ostpc .ie Voufc.bridal/dayr for: a ;  under the  circumstances it were perfectly pro-  p*:-.  for him to do so or not.  Leading hei- to the sofa, he soon  ... ,.*., ^   ..      .. learned   that she had come to the.  j    The   next morning  the headache j village to trade, and having finished  ���������������������������jwa.. gone, and  wiih a steady hand: hcr  shopping was waiting  for her  , Iho wrote to his cousin and Maude, j stepfather,   who    had  accompanied  i congra  ���������������������������?d her greatest beauty.  FOR CHAPPED SKIN AND UPS,  GOLD SORES, WI _DBURN.  12 Vaseline Remedies in Tubes  Capsicum, 15or_to_, Mentholated, Carbo-  luted. Cimj-.honm. , White Ox We of Zinc,  ct.. Enei. for R.iocial purposes. Write (or  Freo Vaseilue Boole.  CHCSEBROUOH MFC. CO. (Cons'd)  379 Craig St. W., Montreal  tulations   which  he   believed; he  sincere.    That J. C.   was not wor-  'And what of J.  C.  ��������������������������� .-!  ic askec  tnv oi lhe maiden he greatly feared ..aft.ov a moment's silence.,, "Has he  and he resolved  to have a care of j been  to visit  you  more than once  :]i.>   young man.   and try   to  make | since the crisis, as he calls if?"  ���������������������������i, ..   'what Maude's husband  ought j    Maude's eyes filled with t-cars, for  ��������������������������� to   be   and  when he heard  of  licv'.J    (J.'s conduct was    not    wholly  say    until    Chrisi-mas next, j^:,,*,.^ ml._     |lrt    stepped    forward! satisfactory to hcr.   Sho rcmcinber-  ���������������������������   n "'u.   _.,���������������������������������������������.,. ;r '������������������������������������������������������li;'M   '   lll)p(-   [:> lw  i-'!<,a,-,!-,sllt-''-1  inLvJih   hi*  Generous  offer,  which   J. | ed   his  loud  protestations of utter  summer,    i snali never bc haji^ t   h^n0^> ,n(l [mxvh(i0 hy lhc suf-  ^   ^vn^ ,^cd. ! disregard for hcr  money,  and she  .1   dont.  aud    you,    1    dnic    ^>; fori!1g expression ol her ^hite face: ;l'    '" "'^ ^     e' -      .f   t   |crnld   not help thinking how  little  wouldn t enjoy it- a br, ; llR k*;K(,d }ip,. 1caV8 ,v;;)>, ,m, tokl .    "Ee never ������������������ o xM'Lake his ������������������.1 _ to ^ ^ a,,.0],led.  The doctor was    not so    sure of  ],���������������������������,. hllW elaf{iv h,  ,v<).,j(i v.-ork for i Iivj upon his ic .itncb, l.c nae  ^uJTr    , .. ,  .;,,  u_���������������������������  ,���������������������������  ���������������������������nn ,  einon  that.    Hcr eyes, her voice, and the  i ���������������������������,:���������������������������.;������������������������������������������������������ ".'i_^ ;������������������ :,  __t_irr.   ���������������������������-���������������������������|much  pride" tor that, and the m;n-  ! time,  "1 must- go to Saratoga   onc m'-������������������i"cj v_h,.n   |  tier  soit  touch of her hand,   made him  feei verv Queer, and lie v. as almost  I Ho had  not been  to  see her since  im.     must  no    deferred.      Afcvjhis    flying    vis it'in    March     and  -un ths would make no difference, j though    he    had _ written   _ several  must be  d deal of difference, but j  wjlii Liijii..> "i w <���������������������������������������������������������������������������������>   ������������������������������������������������������������������������ - ���������������������������- ������������������������������������������������������--��������������������������� m,:"ij  1"-��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������     - ;o ... ,,  including evei'vthing; but that isn t| fry for tlie milkman's spilled milk    (  mucl . Vs L don't care to stay more: he left, her on  ihe verv dav when i mjlkc fl S������������������������������������  than two months !':  This decided the  doctor.   Hc had  n st threo hundred dollars to throw! ec , (  awav, and so he tried to persuade, hc wa> .saying, and she wept for lum :  his companion, lo. give jip   Sarato-1 "^ ^"^ ^S;,,  ,rl. | would Ulce bin, home, he sauntei  (To be continued.)  ���������������������������   Spavin Cnarc .--  Is a blrmliic lu liMineiisnd flijCVwn. In III. |>:i������������������t  <C .rriuT, Ki-mIujI'i. KiT.vlri Cine li:u. llli'rilly ������������������������������������������������������r,l  million* of dolinrs f.'r hoi . w.ueiti.  It In tho out reiiwdy that tun i-.lwujt. I. il������������������i>������������������tn1e<t  npuu U> BlK-nlntviv n-.ri: Si'svin, n.l������������������<. t .nc, Cml.  Hv Hut. Sv.rll-.ii.   wn! JiHiiMH _���������������������������  Hevi-r Mi������������������U'i", mpi" "r tiinis- tl'< t"''" *WI������������������.  A. k(hii. fur iii:>u .i������������������ I'" UMif.  K������������������.y Koidall'' tilw:i.vsii..m!y. #1. a l������������������tll���������������������������������������������  A for W. \Vl;t>n j-r.n Inir lit yi.in iti-iili'i' . jet <������������������'|'.v  of our Imui. "A Timtiw Ou 'I'h. Iluiiw"���������������������������it'������������������ t������������������-r.  ���������������������������<ir, wrtle iis f'  DR. B. J. UCNR _t,I, ���������������������������0., rnnslmro Falls, VI.  SJi'::_3t^^^ss?.s^'aE*^a_|  ���������������������������\'-  1- i        i i ���������������������������"���������������������������!.,,, i. leverv onc to  their mind,  jr.   Kennedy  vc urncd.       - i__mIc , f'l^>  ������������������;.{,eks aflcr lhis he went one  ciew J. C.  was keenly disappoint-1    l 0UI  ,i  that- he. was hardly aware what  cbv to Canaudaigua on business.;  and having an hour's lc.sure ere;  the arrival    of    thc    tram    which.  gu-and go with him to Laurel Hill, Dr. Kennecv could ofler no ad- , ^'���������������������������"^ -public parJul. of the  telling her, as an inducement, ofjnco-i.o comiort. Jt had al .a.\s . <--l "-10.} '., _J,...1���������������������������... ���������������������������, ,���������������������������������������������  (he imjirovemcnts he had made  'There  were  two  parlors now  'and  with   hei  vice���������������������������no   comfort  been  a   mixim  of his  not  to  make  that man her guardian : but women  wrong,   a.nd  handsome . would  do. ever.-thin  j  f'miiu're  thev would"fook remark-1 then, as ir his own trials were para  .i,],.    .pi| jj   ' ; mount to hers,  hc bored  hcr wiin  '"sVdi.i not tell him that hcr Ithe story of his troubles to which  handsome furniture was mortgaged; she simply answered "I am sor-  for board  and borrowed  money -! ry :" and this was all the sympathy  .   ��������������������������� ������������������ I. _ , I..!_..!,,  -111'l tl n.'I���������������������������i.ttt: i���������������������������.r 11 (  i:. _  ���������������������������|M^|iy^Ui.tUaM^^������������������ctloLth_r_.Kaiup_Lf.rom_tl).e^^^  in troii.n'.o Saratoga was to try hcr j    fnfhc    cc.urse    of a  rich  old  Southern | .Maude  received a loni  had   returned   from' James  De   Vere.  um  who she knew was to; from  J.  C.  of  his misfortune, a  powers upon  bachelor, who  Kurope. and  pass tho foiuing summer at the.  S).lings. If she could secure him,  !>r. l.<'ii.?..dy might console himself  as best h" i*ould. and she begged so  liard to defer iheir marriage unlil  the :;itlumii. lhat the. .doctor, gave  up tin1 cotilfs!, anfl, with a heavy  heart, preiiarrd to turn his face  homeward  n  ie  ew clays,  etter from  had heard  f his misfortune, ai ���������������������������_  very tenderly he strove to conif'ot  hei. touching al once upon tiu sub  jei*t which he n. turally supposed  l.\v heaviest upon hcr heart. Tl,e  marriage need not be postponed, hc  paid:. "There was rt.mii iu bis  houso and a place in his own aud  his mother's affections for their  'Cousin   .Maude.'"    She could live  hotel.    .Near    the    window, at the ���������������������������  i'aither .-..tvemity  of thc  room-,    a ���������������������������  young   girl   was  looking   out  the oassers-by  upon ������������������  lii _. ,i(      Something in    hcr i  form and dress  attracted   his    at-j  WHY BE SO THIN?"|  1nnno_}ri_&lftrflKiTi\-fss-nsr-l-iii!iral-^  ,1;.. ;l,Hj >-.������������������t Natural- rorniiila j  Now L'sotl Which Adds Fi-om One;  to Three Pounds a AVeek. ',  :.vcrv  ������������������������������������������������������V.mi n.������������������..l not .-,.._(��������������������������� nny more re-ilhcre  as   ue I    as  nul.     HampKm  P.urs unlil  I   i i".   I'd  i"������������������thor see'iwa. only half an hours ride  Irmu  tu   thcu   M'-v.!..''   Miss   (Jleridowerlli'o.ehester.   and     J.   C,   who    had  said at parting; and wondering  what further iniprovcnients she  <ould po'-sibly suggest, now that  the parlor' windows wen1 all right.  the doctor bade her adieu, ami  started for home.  Hitherto, M-lu*'.-> had been his  confidant, keeping hev trust so well  that no one, at Laurel Hill knew exactly what his intentions \vere.  and. as was very natural, immediately after his return, he went lo  her for sympathy in his disappoint-  men!. He found her weeping bh-  terly. and ere he could lay beforo  hu   Ids   own    grievances,   slie,   ap-  beeii   admittec  open  an  odice  d   t.   him   I'or     sympathy   anil  ������������������I'i --in  "Al-  i  at  the   bar,   could  .,  in    the  city,   until  something better presented.  "Perhaps I may set him  business myself.'' he wrote,  ail events, dear Maude, you ue-'O  not, dim the brightness of your eye-  by tears, for all wil! yet- be well.  Nt _t .June shall see you a bride,  unless your intended husband refuse my offer, in which ease \ may  divine  something better.''  "Noble man,'' was Maude's o_-  tlaniatioM. as slie finished reading  tii \ letter.- and if at that moment,  the two cousins rose up in contrast  praied to linn ior ,ym,H..n, ��������������������������� before her mind, who can blame her  iid 'The man to whom her money .,������������������������������������������������������ awarding the prelerence, to him  _.. inl'r.iHted. had' speculated, .1,.. had penned those lines, and  ]���������������������������V������������������Hv. loaning some of it out wl- thus kindly strove to remove  We. (.'at twenty per cent, -invest- Horn her pathway every obstach  'ii..v" !������������������:���������������������������in. in ' doiibifnl railroad to her happfcioss.  ^ek . and experimenting with the Jmne:, De Vere was indeed a  n>.| 'until, bv .-me- unlucky eha-ieo noble-hearted man. (.enero us.  ,,.' lo'-l ibe whole, and. viors.- than kind and self-denying, he lound his  ,, lta,| nothinu ..f bis ���������������������������v.i with chief pleasure in doing .dhers good.  ���������������������������    ,o 'ui'ke amends,    lu  i-liorl.'and he had written both to Maude  and  J.   (....ind  J.  C'.  just as the great kmo-  le   was    peniiiless.  Wi.lfll  M -i n di���������������������������   w*i*--      noU ii i e*>^������������������   ii iii.*   *j ���������������������������    -. ��������������������������� . ,��������������������������� ,i -,   ���������������������������'.    -  ���������������������������   j ��������������������������� - -.< .  li'  Ver- in'drspair.    She had writ-1 nes, of his hearl-had prompted bin  _e���������������������������   ,  him i*.ime<bate.lv. and he had   to   write.    He did  not  then  knov,  I:,.,,...   s"u������������������������������������"tin'..   noting,   offering   Unit  lm  loved    Maud,-   Hemington  nr.  advice,  und  saying  nothing    at   !u  first,   o.cepl     that  "the    man   was   n a lure  !' lie )i<'k<l never fully analy. nl th" 11 n-.r,u-  gJi-niug  of his feelings toward   her. '  one ought to have sonic j  wtra llesh on the bony structure!  of the body, both for the sake of  health  and  self-esteem. _ j  . Most thin.people arc sensitive to'  the harsh. unfeeling criticisms!  uhieh are constantly being hurled j  at them by the more fortu :ate well-'  figured   persons.  Kvcry one pities a lliin. bony  hoise. but horses don't know it--  while ihin people are both pificd  at d ridiculed. It -ought not. lo be,  bin  it--"' is_  A well rounded figure, be it man  or woman. ...cites admiration ; not  only for the figure but for the  bright eyes, pink cheeks, red lips,  and vigorous carriage which accompany a   well-nourished  body.  Strength, health, beauty and  sound flesh abound, if thc blood and  nerves get. enough nourishment out  of the food eaten.  This prescription aids nature;  help:* absorption, digestion and assimilation ; helps distribute the  blood and nerve elements which  makc sound flesh. Get the ingredient.-, and make it at home, and sec  how very fast you gain in .weight.  In a,half pint bottle, obtain  ihiee ounces of essence of pepsin,  throe ounces syrup of rhubarb.  Then add one ounce compound essence cardiol. shake and let- stand  tw< hours; then add one ounce,  tincture eadoinene compound (nofc  cardamom). Shake well and take  a teaspoonful before meals and one  after meals. Also drink plenty of  wiiter between meals and when re-  Weigh yourself before be-  !������������������������������������_.  _L mftfl-iiii'ceir.- t������������������r.-_ti.ry fit? proof iihlitinn 1k Jn*t t.1ns emnploi.tl, malting Itii.i liiui'm.  I.o .airy the" Don u.t And .oH uii-Uwlt U. of Alt .Mlio Oily IJolol:-t.'��������������������������� A now t������������������:������������������tui--i i_ the ui_u:iuil  nbo ol tlie h.d room;. fu-entu!ti_; )ft t .at .iqu.irc.  Kvery ruom connnant'N a.n oooxn ripw, b^tl* ail._ _li _��������������������������� 1 wiili sail and _���������������������������������������������. wator. Olieral.  t;U. In ovtfiy ohimbor. '1'. iipc-r.-.iur. regul;ilwil by TlitiriU'isd.-vll, tbt lalott il������������������vnloi)iu������������������nt . _  st���������������������������a,in ltd _tii_||. '1 tt!wph������������������u������������������ in nvery roum- (loll urivil___._ (J:m.ir,itr 000. WrlU lui'illu .r������������������t������������������J  booilol.  CMAtlLES O. MARQUETTC,    .    . Manajjcr.  OoU priril������������������i*J.    Oapmiity UOO.  TRAYMUI.H MOTEL COflPAlNY,  D. S. WHrriS,.President  -A  in _ i^iw ir [ nrriT*���������������������������i���������������������������' "���������������������������*"^*' ���������������������������#������������������_������������������������������������������������������������������������*** _*vw_������������������  Canadian  Langham Hotel, l^ondon.  Genllemen,���������������������������-] wish to .'.pi.", iny appreciation of l.lie IJ8  h.p. J) aim Ier which you have delivered to me. Hoforc shipping the car to Canada 1 made a throe weeks' trial of it. covering some ; 1,200 miles. The ear ran perfectly, and 1 never  had the slightest trouble of any kind, and .1 think it quite lives  up to the many claims you make for it. The silence, smoothness of running, and power of acceleration  on hills    is   really  remarkable.  My petrol consumption was 1G miles to the gallon, including a great deal ot driving in traffic." The tyres show no appreciable signs of wear,-and J think it will prove light on tyres.  I am really delighted with die car.���������������������������Yours  sincerely,  (Signed)   C  A, BOONK,   of Toronto,'.Canada.  "The filesf  Successful  Csr of fhe  Th3 Daimler fi. ������������������tor Go., oom) Limited,  COVENTRY,   ENGLAND. 9*7  *,  V  A GOOD MEDICINE  FOR THE SPRING  Do Not Dose With Purgatives���������������������������A  Tonic is Ail You Need.  -but not feeling  That's  tho way most  Not exactly sick  quite" well  people fee! in the spring. Easily  tired, nppetite fickle, sometimes  headaches and a feeling of depression. Pimples or eruptions may  appear on tho skin, or there may  be twinges of rheumatism or neuralgia. Any of these indicate that tho  blood is out of order; that the indoor lifo of winter ha3 left its mark  upon you, and may easily develop  into moro serious trouble. Don't  doso yourself with purgatives aa  many people do, in the hope that  you can put your blood right. Pur--  HOME. I  !_____ _fc_k _k<__ __ _k _t_ _fc__��������������������������� ______  SOME DAtNTY DISHES.  Bird's -Nest.���������������������������Makc a dough for  baking powder biscuit, roil half of  it thin, spread with molted butter,  sugar, and cinnamon, then cover  with the other half. They open  easily and arc nice for a change.  Browned Potatoes.���������������������������When the  meat is roasting, and an hour before it is to bc served, boil the potatoes in  their  "jackets."      Take  under  j make  laftei  gativ_s gallop througli  and weaken instead  strength. Any doctor will tell you  this is true. What you need in the  spring-is a tonic that will make new  blood and build up the nerves. Dr.  Williams' Pink .Pills is the only  medicine that can do this speedily,  safely and surely. Evcry docs oi  this me.Jici._c helps make -ncvi  blood, which clears the skin, streng  ' th.ns the - appetite, and make?  tired, depressed/men and women-  bright, active and strong. Miss  Mary Raker, Tancook, N. S., says:  "Dr. Wdliam.V Pink Pill ...have been  a great blessing to nie. Last ycai  whilo I.was attending school I became so weak and completely run  down that I thought I would have  to give up going to school. I was  affected with, dizzy spells and would  fall down at any time." I got half  a dozen boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills and/before they were half gone  I felt my strength returning. liy  the t'ine.I had used* them all, the  dizzy spalls were completely gone,  aiid I waa again. enjoying good  health."  Sold by all medicine dealers or  bv mail at 50 cents a- box or six  boxes for>$2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont  off thc skins, roll in ilour, and p.a"C  the meat, taking care to  them brown nicely. Serve  drying a- few' moments in  front of the fire.  Appelinc���������������������������-Is   a   very   delicious  tne system j preserve  for serving    with  a    rice  of    giving j mould.    Peel three or four apples,  jni'x them  with sufficient sugar    to  j taste,  add  a little  water  and  the  !grated rind of a lemon.   Stew in a  | china-lined pan till soft, then allow  j to grow cold before serving.  j   .Curried eggs prepared as follow*  jmake a delicious  dish: P>ring   oue  pint of milk to the boil and thicken  it with, a dessertspoonful .of curry  powder and the, same quantity   of  flour, worked,to-a smooth; paste in  a little' milk.    When thc mixture is  of the consistency of cream, poach  in it, one    at   a time, a sufficient  number of eggs.   As cooked, transfer carefully to squares of buttered  toast arranged on a hot plate. Pour  the   sauce   round   the   toast and  serve. ��������������������������� .      - ������������������  Tasty fried bacon "'and cabbage  makes a good supper or dinner  dish. First boil some nice cabbage,  drain very dry, and chop. Fry some  IN PAIN FOR YEARS  "FRUIT-A-TIVE_" BRINGS RELIEF  '������������������������������������������������������'    4_____Ml__.  .  '        ' _���������������������������_____  _____ *''������������������r:.'-  ____fl_______l  -___H_____n  '' ________P^___t  ���������������������������_____'  ^^______M *"  j______- _____  ^9___Qr______       ^n__P  ^_____    ������������������  ________5^^3__^y__L     **  ^_S____"a___ '-.-  ^^_________ ������������������_)____���������������������������  **_el____^_______     ' *  ���������������������������   ���������������������������         ������������������F**rf      W  '__!____>'  * 'J_B__H______&^,'.__**^  - ___i__������������������f'''  '________B*_^_M________.A ������������������_    ������������������"_>������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������  _____^_______K'������������������__</ ' '  ���������������������������S___ER^pgi?H__ '���������������������������:'  V'jl|l������������������^fe  MRS. FRANK CATON  I'rrmkv.l.e, Ont., Sept. 27, 1909.   .  "I suffered for years from headaches  and pain in the back, and I consulted  doctors and look every remedy obtainable without any relief. Then I began  taking "Pniit-a-tives", the famous fmit  juic . tablets, and this was the only  medicine that ever did me any real good.  I took several boxes altogether, and  now I am entirely well of all niy dreadful hradaclies and backaches".  (Signed) MRS. FRANK I.AXON. .  50c .1 box, 6 for $2.50 or trial box, 25c.  At dealers or from l.uit-a-tives Limited,  Ottawa.  and cook another hour.    Store as  canned fruit.    Delicious.  Creamed Apples.���������������������������Pare the apples in halver., taking off peelings,  core, fill the -apple with sugar", bake  slowly in oven until soft without  falling apart.   Te.>t with, toothpick.  in which eggs are poached will  keep them white and prevent them  from spreading.  If you want to keep lemons,  string them with a packing-needle  and hang them in'a dry place, but  do not let them touch each other.  When using valuable vases for  table decorations fill lhem with  sand, for this makes them stand  fumly, and renders them far less  liable to be knocked over and broken  When running brass rods through  window curtains put an old glove  finger over thc  end   that is   being  pushed  through  the  hem.  Unless  apt to  thi. is done thc material is  tear.  If new enamel saucepans arc  placed in a pan of warm water, allowed to come to the boil, and then  cool, they will bc found to last much  "longer before either cracking or  burning.  If furniture looks smeary after  polishing you may be pretty certain  that too much polish was used. Very  little, indeed, is really needed; only  j nt t enough to brush quite thinly  over the surface.  IV. restore the fragrance of baskets made from sweet-scented  grass, after they have apparently  lost it, plunge them into boiling  water, removing them -almost instantly.  "When lace curtains are to be  wn shed baste a narrow strip of  lTiiislin along each outer edge, and  lco it remain until the washing and  dr..in., process  is  completed,   and  '*l';<_t_;  Cft  yj  mr"i  Allow to cool.   Place on individual you  plates, cover with whipped cream,  then sift over all' chopped nuts.  This makes a very delicious dessert  and is inexpensive.  Apple Pudding.���������������������������Pare and quarter enough apples .to cover your  granite pudding pan (grease it with  butter  first) or  any kind of fruit,  an.I  I:  rashers of bacon and put .on a hot i but try thc apples first.   Then take  CAKES.  Prince of Wales .Cake. ��������������������������� White  part: Cupful of sugar, one-half  cupful of butter, creamed: two cup-  .fuls of flour, one-half cupful of  sweet milk, one large teaspoonful  of baking powder; lastly thc stiffly  beaten whites of three eggs and  one teaspoonful of vanilla. Dark  part: One cupful of brown sugar,  one-half cupful of butter, bnc-half  cupful of cooking molasses, onc-  hal. cupful of buttermilk or sour  milk, two cupfuls of flour, cinnamon, allspice, and cloves to taste,  bc'itou yolks of three eggs, one cupful of nut meats chopped, one cupful of- raisins chopped, heaping  tablespoonful of chocolate, ono teaspoonful of soda" dissolved iu hot  water. Makes two -layers- each of  white and dark parts. Put together  with nut filling.  Cake Making.���������������������������Tho secret of successful cakes is in the beating. Cake  . should_not_.bc__stirred_ _round_-_. nd  dish. Place the chopped cabbage in  the" frying-pan, fry it in the bacon  fofc. and place round thc rashers.  Pour about a tablespoonful of vine-  gr.r into the pari",' give it a good  bod up, then pour over the bacon.  Vegetarian Roast Goose. ��������������������������� Pare  ai.cK.ut in two lengthwise, a good  sized vegetable marrow and remove  thc seeds. Rub this over inside and  out with salt" and leave for an hour  to drain.-- Have ready some onions  boiled and chopped with a little  sage, add to them pepper, salt, and  a little butter, and fill up the halves  of"the.marrow with the mixture.  Close up and tie over with tape.  Butter a" pie-dish, place the goose  upon it, and bake in a moderate  oven till it is browned and tender.  Serve.with a little white sauce.   -  Dripping cakes are very nice for  tea, especially when there is a need  of saving cooking butter. Put the  dripping into a large basin and  cover it with boiling water thc day  before you wish to make your cakes.  Take the clarified dripping ancl  scrape off any sediment. Place half  a pound of flour in a basin, work  int- it three ounces of-dripping,  half a pound, of mashed potatoes,  two ounces of sugar, and two oun-  onc tablespoonful of butter, one  half cupful 'of white sugar or  brown, one-half cupful of watcr,  one cupful of flour, onc egg (or two  is bettor if cheaper), onc teaspoonful of baking powder. Mix. all and  pour over thc apples and"bake. .Use  milk, cream  or "whipped cream.  Farmhouse Apples.���������������������������Peel and  core tart apples,, fill the centers  with sceded;raisins, chopped citron,-  a little lemon peel, and sugar.  Place them in a baking pan and  pour over them one-half cupful of  water. Dust thc apples with sugar  and bake them in a .slow "oven until  they are tender.' 'Sprinkle with  bread crumbs on top, dust again  with sugar, and allow them to remain in the oven ten minutes. Mix  one tablespoonful of flour with one-  half cupful of sugar'and add ..gradually two cupfuls of boiling water  ana boil one minute. Take from  the fire and pour slowly over them  one well beaten egg; add the juice  of one-half lemon and pour over  the apples.    Serve hot.  will find your curtains straight  they will not sag.  night lights arc burned in the  mi)scry and you run short of them,  try this alternative: Take a wax  candle, cover thc top. which has  been burnedJevcl. with a thin layer  of salt, and leave only thc black-'  cr.ed end of-thc wick exposed. Light  the candle, and it will give a faint  but steady  light all night.  Small Cakes.���������������������������One-half cupful of  butter, one and a half.jcupfuls of  granulated sugar, four eggs, one-  hall cupful.of milk, two cupfuls of  flour, onc cupful of citron, cut in  fine -pieces, and two teaspoonfuls  of baking powder. Cream thc butter and add the sugar gradually,  then the eggs, well beaten-, reserving the whites of two for-the icing.  Add the milk, one-half afc a time,  then the.flour, sifted with thc baking powder. Stir in> tho citron well  floured.   Bake in layers in a modcv-  Spending hundreds of dollars la  building a splendid homo or burn  nnd tbeu deliberately allow It to  eulTer for paint.  Murtin-Senour Paint  10Qo/o Pure, Preserves  It feeds the hungry open pores of th������������������  wood wilh puro linseed oil, lead and  sine���������������������������making: tho nurface absolutely  impervious to climatic change.  It scala wood from da_)pnena���������������������������pt������������������-0|  vents it from splitting, cracklnff, from ���������������������������  sun and frost, blistering heat one blow-  Ins dust, which help the processes of.  decay and ruin.   Good pure paint buys  more than 100 cents worth of insurance  against tho ravages of time.   ���������������������������  Tho ingredients of a para paint Sts  well known. In tho main they are Carbonate cf Load, Oxide of Zinc puro.  Colors, well ground by specially adapt,  ed machinery, and thinned with pure  linseed oil and puro turpentine dryer.  A-building owner who fails to recognize the great Important* of sehding the  ilghl paint, will see his property value  (lecreasti whilo he grows aged  sod'  peevish wondering why.  Notify us' if your dealer cannot tup*  ply you. we'll gladly direct you whan  our paints enn be had.  ������������������'f4,_ Refuse All Substitutes  " *��������������������������� Illustrated booklet  "Borne Beautiful."  and   interesting  _,    color card Pre*  fer thc oskiog.  The MartiVSeaMrCo.'  iiiiitid  Montreal  Pioneer t Para Paint".  ato oven about one-half hour. Cut  in square pieces and cover with  white icing, placing Knglish walnut  halves iu rows'on .the icing   whiU  soft. ��������������������������� .  Boarding Mistress ���������������������������. ffIs thcr_,  anything wrong witli that egg, Mr.  Fourpcr. - I. sec you according it a  very critical examination."-. Mi*.  Fonrper���������������������������"Oh, "not anything.wrong  with thc egg, Mrs. Skimpcm. I.was'  ju>--fc looking fur thc wish-bone,  that's all." - v  :  round in the bowl, but lifted up so  that the air can get into it. A  wooden fork or strong, wire beater  is better to use for this purpose  than a paddle or spoon of any kind.  First beat thc butter to a cream,  then ;tdd the sugar, a little at a  time, beat until smooth, then tlie  milk, a little at a time, beating all  the while; next the flour and beaten eggs, a small Quantity nf each  at a time, reserving a small quantity of flour to mix with tho baking  powder, or cream tartar, to be ad-  dud the last thing. Bake in an oven  that i.s not too hot at first. Cake  rise? hotter in a cool oven and is  QOt so likely to fall.  -*-  X STURDY CHILDREN.  ���������������������������     f tar  ��������������������������� Tai  In every home where Baby's  Own Tablets are used you 'will'"  find    rosy,    sturdy, good-na-  ed children, because    the  xblets cleanse the stomach  and bowels, aid digestion  and thus bring perfect health.  And you can give them with  equal safety, to thc new born  babv or tho well grown child.  Mrs'.' A. E. McLeod, Woodstock, Ont., says: "I have  used Baby's Own Tablets  since my baby was two weeks  old and have found them of  great benefit for the ailments  of childhood, especially for  stomach and bowel troubles  and when teething." Sold  by medicino ' dealers or by  mail u-t. 25. cents a box from  Tho ,Dr, Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont,  ees of currants. Add a teaspoonful of baking-powder and a pinch  of salt. Moisten with milk to-makc  a stiff.dough._and.bake in a modcr-  ate oven.  Cottage Choose���������������������������In the-winter  som milk is not always to be had,  as milk will not thicken as quickly as in summer. Buttermilk will  make just as nice cheese. Put in a  jar set on back of stove to heat  slowly. When entirely separated  pour off whey, tie in thin cloth to  drain for. four or five hours,* then  sa't and mix with sweet cream oi*  rich milk. Made into small, round  patties, a bit of whipped cream on  tun of -each patty and garnished  with parsley makes a delicious dish  fo.v a "luncheon."  Oysters and Mushrooms���������������������������A quart  of best oysters, half a can of mushrooms, a heaping tablespoonful of  butter, pepper, salt, and cracker  crumbs, a cupful of milk, one beaten egg. Lay a startum of oysters  in n buttered bake dish, season with  pepper'and salt, sprinkle with chopped -mushrooms,'' cover with milk,  dotted with butter. The top layer  should be moist with milk _n which  an egg has been beaten. Season  with pepper, salt, and butter. Bake,  covered, thirty.-'.'. minute's,, then  brown. Pass crackers and lemon  with it in serving.  '4 . ��������������������������� ffH-4-M- *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������+���������������������������-+ 4-f>-fr*  APPLE DISHES.  Apple Chutney.���������������������������Twelve sour apples, ono mild onion, three peppers  (ono rod), one cup of chopped raisins;, one pint of cider vinegar, one-  half cup; of currant jelly, two cups  of sugar, the juice of four letijons,  onc tablespoonful each of ground  ginger and salt (level), one-fourth  teaspoonful cayenne. Chop apples,  peppers very line ; add  d jelly and let simmer  add   oth.r . ingredients  ; iuu.._������������������-,mjiii.ii*  Z. onion, and  iJ  vinegar  an  DEEP-SEATED COUCH  CURJKD IN 5 HOURS..  _Jcw j_.oiii.-Marte Syrup.  ��������������������������� (Cut this out.)  From Boston Press.  never ceases, and now it is stated  by a prominent medical man that  any deep-seated cough or cold on  tho lungs can bc actually cured in  fivo hours by the clock. Opium and  morphine havc been resorted to in  thc past, as relief measures. Hut  now it is learned that the system  must be treated to rid it of inflammation and " congestion.- -A" tonic  laxative cough syrup docs thc work  so quickly and thoroughly as to be  alir.ost magical. What heretofore  has taken weeks to cure can bc accomplished in hours. Get this formula filled or mix ifc afc -home and  always keep it on hand: One-half  ounce fluid wild cherry bark, one  ounce compound essence curdiol  and threo ounces syrup white pine  compound. Shake the bottle and  take twenty drops every half hour  for four hours. Then take one-half  to one teaspoonful three or four  times a day until the 7 system is  purified and tones up. Give children less according to age. One  filling will usually cure a wholo  family, as the dose is small.  R A W  FURS  References:���������������������������Dominion Bank or  any Commercial Agency.  Write   for   our   Revised   Price   List  .    quoting special prices for  Skunk, Fisher, Lynx, Muskrat, Red Fox,  and ..igho... market priced for all otiiur  kind? of raw fnr... A proper assortment  and full value assured wheu you ship to  11s. Our policy���������������������������"Satisfaction giiarautocd  or shipment ret 11 rued at'our expense."      ,���������������������������  Trial  Shipments Solicited.  C. PIERCES CO., Limited  609 ST. PAUL ST..  MONTREAL  A f avoriinf used the sam. as lemon or t__1I1l  By di-siilving granulated sugar in water anil  adding Maplcinc, a delicious syrup ii made ani  ���������������������������a sjmip better than maple. Mapleineit eoldby  Rrocer*.. If not send 50c for 2 ot. bottie an)  recipe !.  ok.  C/escent Mfe. Co., S������������������������������������ttU. W _.  LET-US  IT is lime lo ft.    al  painting. U  is_  rimi.   to   ____���������������������������_���������������������������   11n\v.       _o  111.1:1 _  PAINT NOW!  Time to clioo^e now. .0 many  brands of paint are olYei _d that you  m*i>t be careful in 3-0111- choice. The  oldest and 11105.1 thoroughly tested of  all paints are  AMSAY'S  PAINTS  They stand for t.tivnj;t!i, durability and  -beauty on thousands uf home-- hoivi-  Cape Breton to Vancouver Island, and  in foreign lands-. They will beautify  your home, and the price i*> reason.  able. Drop a card and ask us for  booklet "W" free. 11 i.s the hand:...-n-  est booklet ever issued on house paint-  ing.     Vou should have it.  A. RAMSAY & SON CO.,  I. t.'iblMiu"I LSI-',  The   Paint Makers,       ���������������������������      Montreal.  ono  gai  hour  USK].U.I_ HIXTS.  To cool���������������������������; a hofc dish in a hurry.  p]ace ifc in a .'vosscl of cold salt-  Yra.oi.  The moment you arc. instinctively  prompted to rub your eyes that moment stop using them.  A good way to tell when ham is  fried enough is by the fat.    When {  the  fat is   brown  (not hu���������������������������M.)  the t  ham i.s done. \  T:  mixed   with  milk  instead    of;  water mustard will nob get dry, but!  will keep nico and fresh until it is  all  used up. ���������������������������  A little vinegar put in thc wat. r  FAIRBANKS - MORSE  Gasoline Engines  sizns 2, 3. .. 6 H.l\  SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR GENERAL  FARM   WORK,  Tiicy are so simple that the average farm  hand can run them, and are practically Fool .  Proof and Frost Proof. Send to-day for  catalogue.G.E.-i02, W.P. CO., showing full  line of engines for farm use. It m������������������ __���������������������������  money saved for you.  TERMS���������������������������Special  Terms to Farmer*.  The   C. K. DIAH   n\lf.3AHK5   COMPAHV,   Limited,   MOHTRE.H.  Branchoi:-Toront������������������,   Ct. John,  N.B., Wlnnlpog, Calgary, Vancouver  Namr.  AD!'_KS<-_  ���������������������������������������������_������������������_*������������������������������������������������������__._*_���������������������������*��������������������������� THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 9, 191q  PRICES  Quoted by The Columbia Flouring  Mills Go:, 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  " "      "   $23  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at   Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, tl an inoh per month.  Legal Notices:   10c a line first insertion  each subsequent insertion.  Reudintr Notices and Locale: 10c a line.  ." JUNE ~9,~1910~  5c a line  FRUIT MARKET CONDITIONS  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs.  Middlings, $1.20 100 lbs.  Oats, SI. 20 per 100 lbs.  Oat Chop, $1.30 100 lbs.  Wheat, $2.15 per 125-lbs  Barlev, SI. 20 per 100 lbs.  Barley Chop, $1.30100 lbs.  Whole Corn, $2.00 100 lbs.  $24  $24  $26  $34  W. E. Scott, Deputy  Agriculture, has received the first report on market conditions in thc  territories, from Commissioner J. C.  Metcalf.   The report says:  Moose Jaw, Sask., May 30th, 1910.  I have the honor to report as follows: On arrival at Calgary, and  S26ia^er interviewing wholesalers and  ������������������4Q' retailers, the general consensus of  opinion was that the crop of various  kinds of fruit in the American coast  states   would  he a   very   heavy  dealers with the estimate of crop,and  varieties for sale, as soon as crop is  assured.  There is a'' very determined effort  on the part of, jobbers everywhere  here, operating through their Boards  of Trade, to get the present tariff on  fruit reduced from the American side.  These efforts and agitation along this  line are likely to be continued. Any  action by the Dominion Government  in this direction should be opposed  ! by-fruit growers east and west most  Minister  of j energetically. Yours truly,  J. C. METCALF, Commissioner  <$������������������$������������������������������������z)$������������������������������������d������������������������������������Q������������������������������������������������������$m������������������$^  CANADIAN    MANUFACTURER'S  TRIUMPH  $42  The following letter was recently  received by the Ames-Holden Co., the  largest manufacturers of high-grade  shoes in Canada: "1705 Race St.,  Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. A. Ames-  Holden Ltd: Dear Sirs���������������������������Would you  one :let me know if you have an agent in  Cracked Corn, $2.10 lOOlbs  Northern Spring Seed Wheat $41  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00  Timothy Hav "    $21.50 this season, and from the present re- [this city who sells your  "Traveller"  Unland'Hav" ' "    $16.50. Ports    prices    would     rule   low.   At| brand ������������������f shoe.   I have worn them for  Also a full line of Rolled Oats andij Present, Wenatchie Valley is reported : several years, and if I can get them  Wheatlets for table use. -- {to have 500 .carloads of fruit for sale, jl do not wish any other.   They, were  Free delivery to any part of Enderby. | The McPherson   Fruit    Company has | first recommended to me by the vil  Terms: Net Cash with order j been offered 100 cars of fruit .(mixed)  The Columbia Flouring MUU j������������������n  consignment    by   fruit    organiza-  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby  B   C.  tions in that valley, indicating the  abundant crop. The present quotations for future delivery from Wenatchie, f.o.b. there, are as follows:  Peaches,    per case   ? .45'bought in  Prunes, per case  40  Apples, per box,  No.  1  80  No. 2  C5  No. 1     1.00  " "���������������������������     No.  2  90  Cherries, per box 10 lbs  50c-60c  Strawberries from Tennessee, Missouri and Hood River have been coming in and supplying markets here,  but other Oregon berries are in now.  By express, Hood River berries were.  The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  EXTRA!  Special in Suitings to Order  In order   to    further    introduce thej  famous     "Hobberlin"    made to order i Pears, per box,  clothes,  we have arranged with this ,       " "  big Tailoring House to offer Nos. 581;  582, 583, 58-1, 5S9 and 593 at $15.00.  The regular price of these goods has  been $22.00. They are splendid  "Spring Cheviots" in the popular designs and colorings, and equal to  any $22 or ?25 suiting elsewhere. It-costing Jobbers at Edmonton, per  will pay you to come out of your'case, $4.25. Missouri berries at Ed-  way to leave your measure. No such monton, $3.15. The. ..Missouri berries  values have ever been offered in this .were, brought in by freight via Win-  town. It is only by "special" ar-:nipeg and Saskatoon to Edmonton,  rangement we havc been enabled to'.but at thc present time strawberries,  do so. Ask to see these numbers [ are coming in from Milton and Free-  when you come. j water, Ore., by freight, costing laid  t-tt-i -i p��������������������������� -t-1 Idown Calgary, $3.25. They are then  WneOler     iSL     iWRHSj distributed from there, selling retail-  ������������������������������������������������������ !ers at Calgary $5.00 per case.    Coun-  /***l JiM        j.     Jill       1      i!try customers,    $4.75   per   case.   Ar-  V/ltjr      1V1C_1_     lVicirfv������������������U rived  generally in  good  condition, a  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor       j few showing   mould, the baskets full    | and well packed.  Mr. Morgan, manager of the Oscar  Brown Fruit Company of Edmonton,  informed us   that Mr. Griffen,  repre-  sc_tin_    the   American' houses,    had  i  j bought the output of strawberries on  Vashon   Islands,   paying f.o.b.  there  $1.50 per case.  The last report of the output of  the Island I have had placed it at  75,000 cases. Salem, Ore., are offering strawberries $1.50 per case f.o.b.  1 there, but cost of transportation is  higher from there, making it almost  prohibitive _to__-bcing_,them^in_^a_t__J;_he,  present time. A few strawberries  from Mission, Hatzic and Hammond,  C, have   arrived   at some points  early, as my finest turn-outs arejtllis (late- 28th M������������������y-  Arrivcd in s������������������od  .condition, but   somewhat green,  and  ! not graded as to size.     I may state  i that   carloads   of   strawberries    are  coming    through    from    Spokane   to  Enderby; Calgary   by   freight   in    four   days.  j Freight   rate   $1.00    per   100 pounds;"  | duty, 48c, icing, 10c,  I    Local-grown lettuce on market here  i  .now, but not   in   sufficient quantities  ! to supply   the   demand, sold by job-  '. tiers to   retailers   at   40c per dozen,  The Home of the Old-Timer".^ inl!)ortC(1 IeUuce at Ule same  and the abode of the New-; ^ D> c. VC������������������,eU1)lc growers muBt  Comer.   All Will find a Warmiget their products on these markets  Welcome at the pioneerhoUSC; early if they arc to obtain profitable  and you'll be made to feel at \ returns.  home, no matter when you | * would fadJis������������������ fru,t ������������������rowers and  t ' ii '       'shippers   of   13.   C. to   perfect   their  liang Up yOUr na.. ���������������������������- I shipping facilities and marketing ar-  G. E.  MANNING, Proprietor rangements   and   give   the    greatest  !care.to all the details in putting up  | their fruits this season.  From the   present   reported   heavy  jcrop,  the good and finished  product  i will sell,   while   the   poor and unfinished   may    go    begging     for   sale.  Peaches   arc   likely   from    recent reports to be exceptionally large crop  everywhere.   This,  with the energetic  efforts being put forth on the part of  American    growers   and    shippers to  sell their products   in    these markets  will have the tendency to reduce the  price.   I would    also   advise growers  and shippers to   get quotations into  the  hands   of    wholesaler and retail  lage storekeeper, Hodson, I think,  was his name, in Grand Porks, B. C.  and since then, with the exception of  one pair I bought when over in Scotland, have worn no other shoes but  | yours.    The   last   pair   I   had were  Bank St., Ottawa, a few  months ago, and as I expect to be on  this side of the line till spring, I  would like to get another pair. If  you have- an agency here and will  send me the address, I shall be greatly obliged. Yours sincerely,. A.  Sinclair."  Piazza Chairs should be given a  coat of Campbell's Green Varnish  Stain. It produces a very handsome  effect that adds to the attractiveness  of your front porch or summer house  Anyone can apply this Stain. Dries  hard and stays hard. Color card on  application to A. Fulton.  E. J. Mack  Private  Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  ____..rigs:._stylish. drivers; new har-  ness; everything up-to-date and  well-kept. When you wish a rig  for a Sunday drive,  speak for it-.B  usually spoken for in advance.  Anor Matthews  Cliff Street  ENDERBY  Hotel  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables:  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-;  dious Stabling for teams.  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and/;'Tourists invited to give us a trial.  _> <m*%^ ,*$x^ .*e*$x$x$>_^ <  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.  Enderby  Hot Baths  Mr. Hendrickson wishes to announce to the public that he has fitted up two bath rooms in his barber  shop, with white porcelain enameled  tubs. Hot water at all times.  Price, 25c per bath, children 15c except Saturday evening.  The flowing bowl looks like a cup  of happiness to some men���������������������������until the  morning after.  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.  WrnH. Hutchison  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.  Prints, Ginghams  Curtain Muslins  We have this season placed in stock the handsomest  goods ever carried by us in these lines, and we want  our lady patrons to personally inspect the stock. It  embraces goods of as good quality as can be found  in any large city store. And our prices are as low  as can be found anywhere.  Call for one of our Grocery Price  Lists. It will save you money.  Enderby Trading0Co. Ltd.  | Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies |  _Kg_^_35_<__K8_^>���������������������������^!#������������������_^^  Bank of Montreal  Rest, $12,000,000  .  Established 1847  Jkpjtj_,_$14,400,000_ _ __  Undivided"Profit_r$699;969:88 ���������������������������  Honorary President,  Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA. MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. Q.  President, Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND. IC. C. M: G.  Vice-President and General Manager,   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON. Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT j^^^^T  Branches in Ckanagan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq,, Manager. Vernon - A.E.TAYLOR, Manager. r_idei.y  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  Marcellus Junior  ���������������������������   (14758)  mported Direct from Scotland last Fall, and won Cup a  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:  JMonday morning, leave Stepne,  Q T T? Jp  Marcellus [4683] (11110)  Lord Stewart' 5976] (10084)  Macgregor [44 6] (1487)  Farmer  3056] 286  Garibaldi (318)  ing, 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. Hart\vell's ranch.  Terms: To insure, $25.00; reduction made on three mares and voer. ft  Thursday, June 9, 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  o  ���������������������������Ask to see our  new  MULTI PED at  20 cents per foot.   Also cheaper lines  EVERY FOOT OF   THE HOSE WE  HANDLE IS GUARANTEED  ALL THE LATEST GOODS IN  LAWN SHEARS,  PRUNING SHEARS  LAWN SPRINKLERS    ': " '  Oil & Gasoline Stoves  Just the thing for the warm weather  BICYCLES  AND  BICYCLE SUPPLIES  OF ALL KINDS _  WE HANDLE FAIRBANK'S  - GASOLINE ENGINES  FOR ALL PURPOSES  ** .  Screen Doors  Screen Windows  McClary's Stoves, Furnaces'and  Ranges  .       BATH TUBS ST*"~~  LAVATORIES���������������������������WATER, CLOSETS    .  y/    ' IRON PIPE  LAUNDRY TUBS    "  FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Poultry Netting, $3 to $6 per roil  Planet Junior Cultivators  $5.75 to $17.00 . -  -   -    i!.  1   ���������������������������  A, Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  <Jt)f Brot.fr (Jr..  One day the doctor went out to the tree, <   '  The brother-tree, you know,  Where the little brothers grow, ;   .  .  En brang a little brother home for me.  En first he was all wrinkled and red, ':  En ever' time I tried        " \  To make him laugh he cried, '   ....  En had the funniest bald-headed head !  But now there's fuzz that's just begun to sprout  (Like papa's on the top, <  Up where the hairs all stop),  En somethin'   inside's   tryin',. to peck out.  His eye's is twins; you can't tell which is which !  They're fastened in with thread,  En you can see the red  Right in the corner where they made a stitch ;  'Cause if they glued 'em in like a dolly's eyes,  He'd be just like a doll,  En couldn't cry at all. '.~  I think the stitches hurts him when he cries,..  But mama say he cries because he's   cranky. '  Sometimes his nose cries, too,  En mama says, "Oo, Oo !"  En.dries the nose tears ofl with her hanky.  When.brother's hungry, he don't have to stir *  Off mama's lap, 'cause he ,'  Don't' go down stairs,' like we;  He.don't eat food, you know; he just eats her.  En papa says when he,was little brother,  He et his mama, too.  En gram, when she was new,  "Et her's���������������������������en EVER'BODY et each other !  But when the firstest baby come, why, I don't see _  Who feeded him, ner who  It was he et, do you ?  Ner who it was that picked him off the tree ?  ���������������������������E. V. Cooke, in National Magazine.  Bringing (fip of (fftiliir. n  Fred H* Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  "PlaTO^aitdiBstimates  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  Eld��������������������������� rne 11 Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L.  MATTHEWS.  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  All kinds ot Tin and Zinc Article* Rep a red  Rear Evans Blk  Bnderby  SLTHOUGH I'm a roan, I  think I know as much about  this important subject as lots  of folk, writes Benjamin Keech, in  Life and Health. So I'm going to  air my views." In the first place, as  has often been suggested, use great  care in the.selection of grand parents  Remain ��������������������������� single - to the end of your  days rather than marry anyone you  do not love ; and ..beginning early in  your "teens," prepare to be a model  father or mother yourself. Then the  child to "be brought up will have no  serious badness to prevent him from  being good.  v In" the';second;place.'"judiciously love  him for all you're worth. If you  didn't want .him,: you had no business  to bring him here.' But as long as he  has arrived, take .pity on the poor  little chap, and love,'him into being  good. The years before his 'teens"  count-like everything. During this  time he will be with you more than  with any one "else; and he .will observe you critically. ' Walk straight,  so that he may-have, a fine example.  Up "to his ".third or fourth year  most of his time should be employed  in sleeping and growing. Too much  attention from "grown ups" will-be  bad for his nerves. He is not an iron  toy to be frequently displayed and  roughly handled,, but a delicate, ten-  _der=_.human_==baby.,____to=be__.treated _ accordingly. Give . him wholesome, judicious food,.and all the pure air he  can make use of. Plenty of kisses are  allowed, but preferably not upon his  mouth. Be his best friend, and play  with him all you can. See that he is  kept happily busy, either at helpful  work or play.  Use great discretion in selecting his  other, smaller playmates, and, if you  wish, give him a big, sunny room of  his own where he can entertain. But'  first, win his heart secure; and then,  if you make a mistake, and some  poor little black sheep demoralizes  him, you can still keep him straight.  To "win' his heart secure" means,  simply, to love him into loving you  to such an extent that he wouldn't  disappoint or disobey you for the  world. It is possible to love a child  so much that you can manage him  without punishment. But it's very  rarely done.  If a little one knows that you really love him, he will let you know  that he still loves you, even after  you- have spanked him. There are  few sights more charming to witness  than a parent and child between  whom there is complete love and confidence. And there are few sadder  topics for thought than the scarcity  of such. Confidence���������������������������that is almost  the whole thing. If your boy or girl  has no confidence in you, and you  have none in him, how in the world  is there ever   going   to be any har  mony between   you,    especially when  YOU have grown old ? *  Now and - then a' child comes to  earth blessed with ".natural goodness  far superior to either parent." If assisted by love, he will develop into a  magnificent specimen of humanity.  But if prevented by- indifference and  other crushing forces, he is apt to  become hard-hearted ; and . miserable,  to say the - least. So you see it is  more than wise to faithfully cultivate your babies. ��������������������������� As sure as you  are born, it will pay.; Maybe there  is a little genius in your house, this  very minute. If I were you, I should  love him into j being a successful  genius���������������������������none other would satisfy me.  And if he's "fated", to-be just an ordinary little boy,. he: can still, if assisted by you, be a very good, ordinary little boy.  I suppose you have heard the homely illustration that a child, is like a  plant. Cultivate "him" conscientiously and he will grow into a splendid, healthy specimen. Neglect him;  let little, bad branches go unpruned,  and allow the soil of his heart to go  unwatered with loving help, and he  is apt to become like the weeds that  choke him. It seems incomprehensible  that some fathers will pay more attention to the plants in their gardens than to their little human  plants. But such is the truth; and  same mothers are, likewise, big sinners. Until reform begins with these  individ_als_(paren_ts),_������������������th___world__will  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.  Price, $250.00 to $400.00  Terms, 1-4 cash; balance 1,-2 and 3 years at 7 per cent.  If you want one, BUY NOW !   Fifteen Lots were sold  the first day.   Soon none will be left.  The Flewwelling property of 40 acres,  situated between  .the river and the railway, in Enderby townsite, is the coming 's  residential part.      Only 5 minutes' walk to City Hall, and  ;  all good level land.  Plans may now be seen at Mr. Flewwelling's. or will be.  shown by A. L. Matthews, or���������������������������  - REAL ESTATE AGENT. * MARA and ENDERBY: V)..,.  Finest in the Country  1 'Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs. ���������������������������_.   _  When Paddy Murphy shook, the snow of Sandon y  off his feet he came here, and how. owns one of V "���������������������������  finest brick hotels in the  country.    Although '\-'\:.  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his   ^  hotel the King Edward.   In addition to the ex-;,;.  cellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to, 10 \,  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists.".   ,:  .   (Extract from Lowerr'a I__re.)  King Edward Hotel, k*$m���������������������������Y. Enderby  ;; Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  I WKite Holland Turkey* .  Toulouse. Geese  1 *��������������������������� - t i '     "'* * *     '  White and Tirtridge Wyandottei  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes art tht 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.  stay right where it is, or grow worse  Most of the badness on earth Is due  to grown-up children that were not  wanted in the first place, or that  practically brought up themselves,  after they arrived. How can a child  whose parents hated him -be good,  happy or successful? Such offspring  are apt to be cursed with torments,  that nothing" short of God "can "heal."  They become bad, destroying forces,  when, perhaps, in the.depths of their  hearts, they would "like to be somebody."  If you are single and do not love  children," find some good paying job,  'way out in the world, some place,  and never, never marry. Unnatural  parents are quite sure to have unnatural children.  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses.  Vernon, B.C.  Headquarters for Choice Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Prompt   attention given to orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns, . and House Plants in  Variety.  JAMES  Fire, Life. Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Lits Insurance policy in th. Boyal Iniuranee Oo.  ef Liverpool, Ens,, it ��������������������������� valuable aaset A plain,  straightforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt aa to its value.  The Liverpool A London A Glob. In*. Co.  '.  Th. Phoenix Insurance Co. ot London. . -  British America'Assurance Co. '  Royal Insurant* Coot Liverpool (Life dept)  " The London _ Lanoaahire Guarantee A  - Accident Co.. of Canada.  BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY-  ���������������������������E-N-D-E-R-B-Y���������������������������B-RJ-GR  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 co'st'of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  HAY  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd  per  TON  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C.  If the farmers north of Bnderby  waiit to" make use of the road built  nine months ago by the government,  opening up that country lying east  of the railroad track, and which has  been useless to   them up to date be  cause of the negligence of the railway company in failing to put in a  crossing, all that is necessary for  them to do is to appeal to the railway commission, stating the facts as  they exist. The railway commission  will do the rest. MEDICINES YOU CAN TRYf  A HARDWOOD FAMINE.  AN EFFECTIVE FETISH.  .__.._������������������.,;  It KM EWES TO USE   IN  EMERGENCY. ������������������  (JumI   <v'n(er for J] urns or Scalds���������������������������  Virtues of Itoric Acid arc  Many.  Imminent   in     America���������������������������Growing How   Henry M. Stanley Surprised  Eucalyptus Trees About the Only  Solution for Future Supply.  an African Chief.  Ngalycma was an African, and  .an enterprising trader in ivory and  Eucalyptus trees in California j siavcs> l,t>ldins the position of chief  have been prorogated . from tho j0j ti,c Stanley Pool district. Hc  seeds only. To this fact is <!"������������������ i had demanded, wrote Sir Henry M.  their freedom from injurious insects j Stanley   in hi.s    recently published  STORIES ABOUT ALFONSO  A Fit EN C .(.MAN'S OPINION  THE KING.  OF  \utobiography," and also rcceiv-  and diseases usual to exotics which  have been introduced into America >cj a RU(Xfiy sum'for granting Stan-  by  ���������������������������'y Ho wing simple remedies  v. iii -..*t\.' y=m i . lot of pain and trouble, ii u.v.i in timo :  li yuii hur.i ur .scald your fingers,  pit*;*-..!. '!:" ':'and instantly into cold;  .;.���������������������������;'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������--���������������������������._:<��������������������������� colder    the better���������������������������and j  ].���������������������������>.;��������������������������� ic there for live or ten minutes, j  (���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Id   water   removes  all   pain, i  by cuttings  or  seedlings.    Accord-j](.y  ti1(J ln.jvi]e.re 0f establishing a  ing  to extracts from    Bulletin No. j station where \ip-river  navigation  I'JC. entitled,  "Eucalyptus in CJali-; bCIri,lsi. Time passed, and Ngalye-  ._.._*..    "     :���������������������������.,... _,l     l...     (1...     _   _11_,rn    rJ -.         ������������������    . .      '               ...                       .���������������������������  ornia," issued by the College ot m.i chosc to forget this transaction,  Agriculture. University of Cahfor- and HliUic an jmpiic|f.nt demand for  nifi,  Berkeley, California: ,llorc mon(!V.     Duiv warned,   how-  (Page uO) Eucalyptus planting has jcvor)  now passed the experimental stage'  a, i.   may    be    considered    without I  'question  as  a commercial  proposi-1  Stanley  had prepared  a surprise for him.  1 had hung a great Chinese gong  th "    '    "        ������������������������������������������������������   *       '-���������������������������   ���������������������������-> _"- ��������������������������� ���������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������_>- ~ ��������������������������� ~   <*li(h*:s   and  all,   into  a, tepid,   of: feefcly   safc.   with  .hi,.1., bath.    But the best thing lo  sure and  reason;  du i.i this case until thc -doctor  eniiic*' i-s to apply carron-oil, and  du-i the part in cotton-wool. Car-  r< r-.-oi!���������������������������a bottle of which should  ti.- in evcry house���������������������������consists of lin-  ._i_ed-oil and lime-water. Any oil,  or vaseline, can be used.  .Jut better even, than carron-oil  is carbolic-oil, which soothes pain  mid acts as an antiseptic.  RED FOR BURNS.  Severe bums cause a great shock  and tho healthiest and strongest  person becomes exceedingly weak.  Therefore, put thc sufferer in bed  ut once,  rolling him in warm blan-  an  assurance   of  ably largo  profits.  (Page 31) The profits to be derived   from   Eucalyptus iu  thc  future  ! would gladly rest after a. ten-mile  march. Other of my men lay still  as  death   under  tarpaulins,   under  | bundles of grass,  and in the  bush  ,  .������������������������������������������������������ * ! round thc camp.    Hv the time the  w .1 be founu in hardwood  lumber j dnim_taps amj    ^0T"nii    announced  for wagon  work,  farm    and  other!  implements,    railroad  . coach    and  house finishings, furniture, etc. ;  tics, telephone poles and bridge  timber will also prove profitable.  For any of the above named products of Eucalyptus at least ten  years' growth will be'required, and,  of course, the older thc trees the  greater thc profits in proportion.  . . . , The Eucalyptus lumber is being used in every place where great  stiength is required, and the finished product is valued at thc same  kefcs, and applying a hot-water bot-  P"ce as oak lumber.  tie io tho feet.  Cuts are often poisoned by being  covered with not over-clean rags,  cobwebs, stamp-paper, and other  things, whieii are sine to have any.  number of microbes upon them.  Thc proper treatment i.s to wash in  cold water thoroughly, then wait  untii the bleeding moderates or  .ceases,   and   then   bind   round,   not  That there' is money to bc made  horns  JNgalyema's arrival, thc camp seemed  practically abandoned.  Ngalycma was strangely cold at  my hearty greeting, and said, "He  was not my brother forgotten his  road ? What does hc mean by coming to this country'?"  "Nay, it is Ngalycma who has  forgotten the blood-bond that exists between us. It is Naglyema  wh^ has forgotten the mountains  of goods which I. paid him. What  words are these of my brother?'''  Speech and counter-speech followed. Ngalycma had exhausted  hi., arguments; but it was not easy  under  present price   conditions  of jto break faith and be uncivil with  hardwood, ancl that there is an inevitable scarcity of hardwood timber even within the present generation, which will insure still better  prices iu thc near future, are emphasized in the following quota-  lions :���������������������������  From The American Lumberman,  _.oulo. be  boric acid  boric acid.  .cepcci in a  solution of  or sprinkled with    dry  Ti. stop bleeding of the fingers,  hand, arm,, or foot, raise the part as  high a.s possible.   The best plan, in  loo tightly, with a piece, uf scrupu- j March 20, 1909, the greatest lumber  l=us!y clean  cotton ur linen.    This! trade* journal  in  the  World:    "It  is probably true that land can be  devoted to no other' use'-that will  tn so profitable as thc growing of  eucalyptus, if the climate and land  aro both suitable.      Under  proper  ..���������������������������_.. <u��������������������������� (        L , ...  conditions  a eucalyptus plantation  the case of" sav, lhe hand, is to put should begin to pay after live or six  under  the cold-water  tap for  a!years,   aud    within ten    or twelve  aud then years should bc yielding enormous  risb profits, exceeding anything that  can bc secured from a citrus crop,  minute or half a minute,  raise it above the head.  To 6iwe corns, get from the chc-  ruisl either live cents of salicylic-  plaster, or. better still, a small bottle of salicylic acid dissolved in  ether, with a little Indian hemp to  rem. v- the pain. Tf cither of these  is applied steadily for a week or  two the corn will disappear.  Colds in  the  head eai^ generally  be cut short if attendedv!-b at once.  A  teaspoonful    of    whisky,   or a-  small quantity ���������������������������of water vith ordin-  satur-  -made  ary salt dissolved iu it, or a  nnd horticultural crop, or even  truck gardening. Tho probabilities thus expressed seem like a  dream, so tremendous are the fig  urcs of yield and  profits.'  Extracts  from  Circular 11G,  out, plausible    excuse.      His    eyes  were reaching round to discover an  excuse to fight,   when   they   rested  on the round, burnished face of the  Chinese gong.  '���������������������������'What is that?" hc said.   '  "Ah, that���������������������������that is a fetish."  "A'fetish!    A  fetish for what "  "It  is  a war  fetish,   Ngalycma.  Tbe  slightest sound of that would  fill this empty camp with hundreds  of angry warriors; they would drop  from above, they would  spring up i  from the  ground,   from   tlie forest  about, from everywhere."  "Sho! Tell that story to the old j  women, and-not to a chief like;  Ngalycma. My boy tells mc it is j  a'kind of bell. Strike it aud let;  me hear it." |  "0   Ngalcyma,   my   brother,   the \  consequences would be too dread-;  ful !   Do not think of such a thing !"  '���������������������������'Strike it, I say."  I struck  it  hard  and  fast,  and  almost certain ij-hg  clangorous  roll   rang  out  like  j thunder in the stillness.  1    Only for a few seconds, however,  j^.M.'iavvj   j.^w._    ^....~      ,       - )    -       _/my   iul   a  j_>\   &__uu_-.-_,   -i������������������������������������. .<w,  tilled. "The Wlining Hardwood . ff)l. u'tempest of human voices was  Supply," issued by tho Forest Scr-J hcarc| jnll.sting into frightful dis-  v.ec Lr. S.  Department of Agnail-'  ture :���������������������������  (.'age 8)  While   we know  wil bin  rcasonablv   close   limits   how   much  utcd solution    of boric acid- ,,,..,., ���������������������������--���������������������������-���������������������������-        ���������������������������     ��������������������������� . .  bv putting inlo hot water as much i l>~i dwood is used for the manufac-  ,;���������������������������   he powder :._ will di>solve in it jtnre ol lumber, wc do not know how  |hos.uee,ed    from a piece ! n^ch   is cut ior    other    purposes.  g into irigl  cords, and from above, right upon  tho heads of the astonished warriors, leaped yelling men; and from  tents, thc huts, the forest round  about, they came by sixes, dozens  and scores, yelling   like    madmen,  S lolll(.  i>C   souee/.eu     lnun  ..   j.ioi...    ��������������������������� ���������������������������-     -      - -       -    .       .  .������������������������������������������������������ coLUm-wo.l into each nostril un-   Enormous quantities    ������������������rc  rcquiiBd  v.  the !i(-lUid    runs    down     to the ! each year lor     railroad   nob,   tele-  ..throat Y_.ui____ Id will be  ii '___.>_go.ne.  the morning.  I. )P IC  ACTD.  U1 ; phone and other poles', piles, fence i  ti n ti-a.-g- r e at-a-  becamc  jffiFt"st^.t _cH-u e-Hri cFa-=_ rea-e-a-mo u n t  The virtues of boric acid, by lhe  v:,\\, are. nol .-.o ueil known as they  hliould be. Vou can get a. quarter  uf ;.������������������������������������������������������ pound \*o- five ceuis, and it will  efftvtually  cure a  dozen  slight ail-  IIH'lll.-.  li your face leeis sore Lifter sIim . -  ing   nil) in a little boric acid mixed |  with   va-elinc.   and  vou   will  be   at  ease.    Do   do-  same, in pimples <>n  Hi.- faee, and Umy will disappear  If yot; have a boil on lhe n  Ci.* boric-acid ointment will cure it.. | f0l,(. p,,r year, this would mean a  Are your lips chafed or your hands j six)t.lM, years' su.plv.  chapped: Try a little boric acidf 'AcCQI.;iin��������������������������� to |ir,lir'CSpUblislio.cl by  and vaseline. A re there .pimples j .^ Al,'ioi.iCJin : Lumberman, our  on.ry.urh.Kly. making you Icol "V" | ria,;ve .havdwoiVds require a great  ea:-v i   The vaseline and boric acid  is wasted in lumbering and manufacture. The present lumber cut of  7 I-:, billion feet represents probably not one-third of the hardwoods yearly used. Twenty-iivo  billion feet yearly is certainly not a  high estimate.  The amount of standing hardwoods is still more uncertain.. Thero  ihas been no census of standing timber, and there have been but few  csliuiates. The largest estimate  h'.'.is   the.  figure,    for hardwoods  at  "'���������������������������     S .io.   billion'feet.      If wc  are  using  ''c. ��������������������������� 'hardwoods at the rate of i!3 billion  will disperse lhem in two nights.  Do you suffer from dandruff! .Hub  in the vaseline aud boric acid, and  lhe: dandruff will disappear after  the first <<r ^ce><nd application.  1 ��������������������������� is also th" doctor's great mod-  c..-i f_y--.-.<*un*"-ai least, for many  kinds of diseases of thc lids and the  skin, or mucous membrane, about  tlr* eyes. I'.ut for this purpose you  should ge( Ihe lotion from the chemist, for if must not be too strong.  NOT  "Vou  will  gentleman,'  A   li ICAitflST.  marry    a.    tall, dark  _aid    the  fortune-teller   examining the lines in the fair  hand.  ���������������������������'���������������������������That doesn't help me," despairingly replied the lovely blonde who  ���������������������������]i������������������d' called   to consult her.      "All  three of them are tall, dark gentle-  many years to grow from the seed-  ]i .g"to 12 inches in diameter.  'J'he black oak about 'SO years,  thc black walnut about 50 yea rs,  ash about 7:i years, hickory about  DO years, and white oak 100 years.  The fact that Kucalyptus will  grow from the seedling in good soil  to 12 inches in diameter in 10 years  demonstrates its possibilities for  reforesting purposes.  and  seemingly animated with    uncontrollable rage.  Thc painted warriors  panie-.stricken ; they -forgot their  clnc-nincl^ll^UmfKlrt^^f^loyaltyY  and fled on the instant, fear lifting  their heels high in thc: air.  But  Naglyema  and his    son  did  not fly.    They caught the  tails    of j  my   coat,  and  wc   began to  dance j  from side to side, a loving tripletj  myself being foremost,  to ward off  the blows savagely    aimed at  my  "brothers,"  and cheerfully  crying  out:  "  "rfold fast to mc, my brothers!  1 will defend you to the last drop  of my blond ! Come one, come all!"  Tr'esenfly the order was given,  "Fall in!" and quickly the men  stood iu two long lines in beautiful  order. Ngalycma relaxed hir. hold  of my coat tails, and crept from behind,  breathing more freely.  "Eh, mamma!" lie exclaimed.  "Where did all these people come  from?"  "Ah, Ngalycma,'*' I* said, "did I  not; tell you it was a powerful fetish'. Let nie strike _it again, and  show you what else it can do."  "No"', .no!" he shrieked. "I have  scco enough  .  John,   "I  JOHN NTH's :bi<:  "Mamma," said little  just made a bet."  "You naughty l>oy, Johnny!  What made you do it " she asked.  "[ bet Hilly Roberts my cap  ntrainsl. two buttons that you'd give  me a penny to buy " some apples  with. You don't want mo to lose  jii.v cap, do you ."  f.Ie ;..ot the penny.  you  Think what  RASE CANARD.  Kind    Lady���������������������������" Why    don't  brace up, poor man',  yon owe society."  Sandy Pikes.���������������������������"I don't owe society nutliu'. lady. What do yer  t'ink I've been doin'���������������������������playiu'  bridge whist?"  Leader of Lynching Party (in Far  West)���������������������������"You got anything to say  before we strings you up?" The  Condemned Man (apologetically) ���������������������������  "if it ain't too much trouble, I'd  like to have, you trim the end o' the  rope where it's frayed. It tickle!,  me nock."  Intelligence,    ...orgy,  Courage and ���������������������������'  Seiitiiiicuj of Iii. |  .Majesty. j  -  In spite _f his continued need of ;  movement, his love of sport in all j  its forms, especially of motoring���������������������������:  his expansive, rather (.centric, but;  very attractive youthfulness, Alfon- !  so XIII.. according to _1. Navier j  Paoli., never loses the occasion -tu j  improve his  mind. j  .He  is  very    quick    al   seizing a j  point, possesses a remarkable pow- ;  er of assimilation, a-nd aliiiough he. j  does not read much. I'or he has no  patience, he is remarkably well informed  regarding  the   smallest detail? in matters  that inlcrest him.  NUMBER OF GENDARM KS.  "One day, for instance," writes  M. Peoli iu McClurc's, "he asked  me, point blank, '.Do you know how  many gendarmes there are in  France?'  "I   confess that    I was    greatly  puzzled what to  reply,  for J. havc  never cared  much about statistics.  I ventured to say offhand:  "Ten thousand.'  " 'Ten thousand! Come, M. Paoli, what are'you thinking' of?  That's the number we have in  Spain. It's more like twenty thousand.'  "This figure, as I afterward  learned, was strictly accurate.  "As for business of state, .1 also  noticed that thc King devoted  mere time to it than his restless life  would lead one to believe. Rising  winter and summer at G o'clock, ho  stays indoors and works regularly  during the early, part of the morning and often again at night. .In  this connection one of his.*Minister., said to mc:  " 'He never shows a sign of either weariness or boredom. The  King's "frivolity" is a popular fallacy. On the contrary, he is terribly painstaking. Just like the  Queen Mother, he insists upon  clear and detailed explanations before hc will sign the least document  and hc knows quite well how to  make his will felt.   Resides  HE IS FOND OF WORK,'  and hc can work anywhere in a motor car,  in  a boat,  in  a train,  as  veL as in  his study.'  "Every morning of his life Alfonso XIII.'. has a good rump steak  and potatoes for his first breakfast, often preceded'by eggs and  sometimes followed by salad and  fruit. On thc other hand, the King  never drinks wine and generally  confines himself to a tumbler of  water and zueharillos, the national  beverage, composed of white of egg  beaten up with sugar."  To M. Paoli was assigned thc duty  of guarding the young king during  a. visit to Paris, and while there he  had to examine a great many anonymous letters containing threats  agajnst Alfonso^? Ufe. One of tbcsc,_  received as he was alSoiTlTio gro" _cf  thc gala- performance at the opera,  given in thc King's honor, struck  him particularly, because, he says,  "il conveyed a warning devoid of  any of thc insults that usually accompany this sort of communication.  "Tn spite of all the precautions  that have been taken,' it read, 'the  King had better "be "careful when  he leaves the opera to-night.'  "This note, written in rough, disguised hand, was of course unsigned. \ at once passed it on to  the right quarter. The very strict  supervision that was being exercised, no doubt excluded* the-possibility of  A  SUCCESSFUL PLOT.  "Haunted by a baneful presentiment, I nevertheless decided, on  leaving the opera to remain near  the King's carriage (as a mere passerby of course) until he had step-  pec1 into it with M. Loubct and  driven off surrounded by his squadron of cavalry. The attempt on his  life took place at the corner of tho  Rue de Rohan and the Rue de Ri-  vo!i and both the King and M.  Loubct had a miraculous escape  from death. My presentiment  therefore, had not been at fault.  "I need not here recall the coolness the young monarch displayed  in these circumstances, foi* it is  still present in every memory,'nor  the magnificent indifference with  j which he looked upon the tragic  ! incident.  j    "M have received my baptism of  ; fin.-..' ho said to me a couple of days  'later,   'and  upon   my  word  it was  mi', h less exciting    than  I expected.'"  SPEED  OF  WILD  DUCKS.  In Dead  Calm   The.v   Average 5.  Miles an Hour.  My observations were made with  mallard and widgeon just off (ho  sea. and coming in at the. evening  flight, such birds not having got fully under way, having travelled only  about two miles or a- mile and a  half, according to the state of tho  tide, savs a writer in thc Scotsman. The times varied from 10%  miles an hour in the teeth of a hurricane to li.'O miles an hour with  half a gale driving them forward,  Iheir speed with a full gale being  below thi..  In a dead calm they averaged 58  miles aa hour, but as T have mentioned they were not travelling at  top speed. Oilier species of duck  fly much faster than this, lhc speed  of a merganser going down wind  being something terrific, aud if I  mentioned my rough calculations  ma.de- as to his speed with a stiff  breeze behind him no one would  beiicve nie, so I will refrain from  doing so.  One day in March, when a fresh  breeze w:ls blowing down the Hoy  Sound in Orkney, mergansers were  lost sight of in five seconds after  passing the point upon which I was  sitting. They are without doubt  the fastest of our web footed birds,  although other of thc diving ducks,  such as the. goldencyc, Jly at an  encrmous velocity.  .The .speed-. at which, birds aro  travelling is very deceptive, for instance swallows appear to bc going very fast, but rarely attain a  speed of 30 miles an hour, whereas  wild geese appear to be travelling  veiy slowly when seen at a distance,  but see them passing over you at  dawn .about fifty yards overhead  aud the:r wings look like flywheels,  giving tho birds the appearance of  huge, bees in the half light, so fast  are-their wings vibrating.   .j,   NO BEU ii A KS- IN COiMIN 1JA G lh*  None of the  Usual    Evidences   of  Poverty in Evidence.  Copenhagen is a city of 500,000 in  habitants. During a week's stay  I have, seen no seller of matches or  bootlaces, no gutter merchant, no.  blind or other afflicted " persons  about thc streets asking for alms���������������������������  not one single sign of distress diia  io poverty, writes a correspondent.  I have explored thc artisans' quarters by day and late at night. Thero  is not a single spot in the whole of  Copenhagen that could bc compared even remotely to the slums in  our large towns. There arc'no un-'  employed hanging about thc street  comers, no unkempt women standing idly at the doors, no ragged  and dirty children playing in tho  gutter. There are no dirty houses,  with dirty or broken windows, auA  a ragged apron or a torn bedcloth  doing duty for a curtain.  .REAL FUN.  A fond mother sent her small boy  in. ������������������ the country, and, after a week  _L_anxiety^^rece_ived 111o IoUowing  reassuring letter:  "I got here all right, and I forgot to write before. It is a very  nice place to have fun. A fellow  and I went out in a boat, ancl the.  beat tipped over, and a man got  me out, and 1 was so full ci water  that I didn't know nothing for a  good long while. The other boy  has to be buried when they find  hiin His mother "ea'me 'from" hcr  home, and  she cried all the time.  "A boss kicked me over, and I  have got to have some money to  pay the doctor for mending my  head. Wo are going lo set an old  barn on lire to-night, and T am nob  your son if we don't havc some  real fun. I lost my watch, and X  am very sorry. I shall bring homo,  some snakes and a toad, ancl I shall  bring home a'tauied orow, if I cau  get 'cm in my trunk."  NOT -SO BAD.  "And you want to "many my  daughter?" growled the grim old  father. "Do you think you ean  support her in the luxury to which  she is accustomed?"  "Well, sir," modestly replied the  youth, "I think I can guarantee  tha. we will havc meat on the tablo  at least once a day."  i).i  -Or-  ': EARNINGS.  "Father, to-day I earned money  for the first time in my life."  "Excellent, my son! How did  j-r.u do it?"  "I lost a bet."  "Lost n  bet?"  "Yes, father, and refused to-pay fl
Geo. II.. .Vutt.rvr.__h, of Rodney,
Feels Like a Boy Again After
Sniveling From the Most Deadly
of Kidney Diseases.
Rodney, Ont., April 4 (Special).
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well-known travelling salesman,
whose home is in this place, makes
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"I love the rose, the violet,"
������aid he with twinkling eye. "I love
the blush of early morn and the
tinted twilight sky. I love the
poetry of life���������its charms I won't
deny���������but there's nothing I love so'
much as a good big hunk of pie."
Mrs. Gibbs���������"Your wife is such
a sympathetic woman, Mr. Tibbs!
Jt lakes very little to move hcr."
Mr. Tibbs���������"You're right, madam.
Eleven times in four years, and
.he's"looking for a new house now."
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tear holes in y*m_ throat. Are you aware that
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Sharp-Nosed   Missile Causes   Terrible Wounds.
Details have been received in
London of the new sharp-nosed bul-
lqct virtually adopted by thc German army. The correspondent had
an opportunity of seeing experiments made with it at onc of the
schools of musketry some little
while ago.
The wounds made were terrible���������
equal to thc worst caused by the
dum-dum or any other form of
blunt-nosed bullet. Thc restrictions of the Hague Convention arc
technically complied with in tho
construction of this missile, for it
is fully enclosed with a hard nickel
skin drawn to a point as fine as
that of a pin. From this point thc
slope to the full width, of the bore
is almost imperceptible, and this
slightness of curve is what causes
the worst results of a wound, for
the least resistance that is met gives
rise to a deviation in direction and
also throws thc bullet off its axis.
The increased flatness of trajec-
ioiy enlarges the danger zone for
point-blank firing to about 900 yards
and with higher explosives it is. expected to cover even more ground,
within whieh a man cannot' stand
upright without danger. This is
nearly 300 yards more than is given by the British service rifle and
"Anything romantic about their
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hi has a job."
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Members Toronto Stock Exchange.       '
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Some of his boys were taking but
little interest in the lesson, and thc
teacher grew desperate.
"William Smith," he suddenly
demanded,  "arc you  listening?"
"Yes, sir!"    "
''Then perhaps you can tell me
where Nelson was killed?"
"Trafalgar Square!" was the re-
���������"Indeed!" sarcastically ejaculated the teacher, when he had recovered his breath. "Then I suppose
Wellington was killed at Waterloo ! that   something     else   is "just
Major Henri Robert, iri the course
of an address in Paris on alcoholism, and especially on the abuse of
absinthe,* spoke in moving terms of
thc terrible ravages caused by the
"green demon." Thc drink curse
was, hc declared, the direct cause
of the decrease in the birth rate
and of the physical and moral degeneracy observable in the French
race. In the most contaminated
districts -the recruiting counsels
had to refuse as many as 50 per
cent, of the young men called to
serve with thc colors.
Very often thc cheapest and poorest production yields most profit.
Some dealers with their own. profit
in view try to "push" inferior pre
B *������ d    Blood1
It the direct end IrerittbU remit
cf li.pj.ular or conntip .ted bo. c'_
end -loKK.d-up kidneys and ski. .
The undigested food nnd other want a
matter which is allowed to acnutn-
ulat* pol.ona the blood end the
whole system.. Dr. Home"e Indian
Hoot Pill,, act directly on' the bo w-
"Irf. regulating theru on the kid- ��������� "
neyi. giving then. eafi������ and strength
!<��������� properly filter the blond-anil
on th.. (.kin, opening np. the poree.
For puro bipod and good health
Or.    Morse's
Indian    Root    Pills
t . i. rience needed. Sells on sigh..
Absolute necessity to fanners. Does work
of 30 men. Pays for itself in one hour.
Write to-day, C. B. Adams Co.. Sarriia,
I     Company have good openings for ex-
ii _v_H_n ."____   7__i-ftn_    ..   ._._._.   ������CTienco(l    insurance    writers,    also      for
paiations ������_icn  i_am-_uK is  asKeo ��������� voun��������� mo��������� who   dpsire ^   raake  m0Tiey,
for.       They     talk     about   "just   as; Address,    John  Milne.   Managing Director
good,"  or ""practically the __t__." I Worthcr.n Ltfp' London, Ont.	
Not one dealer knows what is'in j TY^anted-local '
Zam-Buk!    Jf any dealer tells you!*;.   ___'_,n,.__"L!5:._._
"No,    sir,"  responded
"That was Napoleon !"
If every woman,-)who has Kidney or
Bladder trouble, could go to Da vi .ville,
Ont., and talk to Mrs. A. Simpson, they
would do just as shc did���������take Gin Pills
and cure themselves.
"For 14 or 15 years I had' Kidney er
Bladder trouble, Buffering at times intense
pain. I doctored continually but nothing
gave nie permanent relief until I was
peisuaded to try Gin  Pills."
"Within a cfrnple "of'"days I received
great, relief and after taking one box was
completely cured."
Write National Drug & Chemical, Co.,
(Dept. W.L.), Toronto, for free sample.
53 cents a box���������6 boxes . for $2.50 at all
Pale,"' sickly children should use
Mother Graves.' Worm Exterminator. Worms are one of the principal causes of suffering in children
and should be expelled from the
svstem.  ���������
good," task him how he knows!
When buying Zam-Buk be sure
and see the name oh the packet.
The name is protected by law, and
therein lies your safety.
AND      GENERAL���������
i  contracts to good
men;   apply  by    letter.   Continental . Li fa
as j Insurance   Company.   Toronto.   Correspon- .
dence confidential.
A man never knows how many relatives a woman has until after he
marries her.
Wt Mwat Oo from heated moras to tha onl*
i>nter air. and the change sets nn coughing. Cu_
ng winter colds is not hard if you take Allen'I
.ting Ba .am.   A neglected cold ia troublaaoma
A  rare orchid  fetched 1-150 guineas in England in 1906.
fcnd d_ngaroua.
"Yes," mused the returned Arctic explorer, "at one time we came
within an inch of freezing to'death.
Luckily,  however "      He gazed
reflectively at thc ceiling. ''Wchad
the presence of mind to fall into a
heated -discussion."
Miss Elder���������"I -will bet-you anything you like that I'never marry."
Mv Easy���������"J'll take you." Miss
Elder (rapturously)���������"Will you,
really . Then I need not bet at all."
. A. Purely Vegetable Pill. ���������'The
chief ingredients of Parmelee's
Vegetable 1'ills are mandrake and
dim.del ion. sedative and purgative,
but perfectly harmless in their action They cleanse and purify and
1;n___..a_most_hcnl_hful. effect-np_Q_u
the secretions of the digestive, organs. The dyspeptic and all who
suffer from liver and kidney ailments will find in these pills the
must effective medicine in concentrated form that has yet been offered to (.he suffering.
- There's no hope for. ��������� men who
haven't sense enough to invent excuses. , _ ._
Pirtu. Infl Yard Holla. The famous "Tha
J) A I." Menthol Plasters, which euro lumbago,
backache, sciatica, neuralgia, etc., are always put
up in one yard rolls for physician-) and family una.
Dar is _ Lawrence Co.. Montreal-
J- One of the surprising things in
this old world is the ease with which
some sinners makc money.
���������Relief for Suffering Everywhere.
���������He whose life is made miserable |
bv-the suffering that comes from indigestion ancl has not tried Parmelee's Vegetable Pills does not know
how easily this formidable foe can
be dealt with. These pills will relieve where others fail. They are
Lhe result of long and patient study
and are confidently put forward as
a sure corrector of disorders of the
digestive organs, from which so
many suffer.
a-man's  acquaintances   don't
know that hc is in love it's a sign
that he isn't.
Minard's _inim_nt far Sale Everywhere.
When a young couple are engaged
people don't pay any attention to
their foolish actions.
Some persons, are more susceptible to colds than others, contracting derangements ,of the pulmonary organs from the slightest causes" These should "always-have at
hand a.bottle of Biekle's Anti-Con-^
sumptive Syrup," the present day
sovereign remedy , for coughs, catarrh and inflammation; of the
lungs. It will effect'a^cure no matter how severe .t\ie~"-'Ic'6Yd. may be.
_on cannot afford to*-be ""without a
remedy like. Biekle's,-.,for,.'vit is the"
est. . -��������� --���������
Par Ohllbialn. Fro.. Rites, Bruises, Sprain*,
nothing oqnuU the fainou. old leineriy. I _rry
Davis' painkiller. Keep a bottle always on
band. K>_u,iily good to check ChilU'aud break up
Olds'."  Al all druggists.
What is one man's hobby may be
another man's nightmare.
Minard's Liniment Cure. Burns, Etc.
���������IP    $600 cash and a clear   title   to   a ' $S0O
property.   For particulars  write to \Vf.
McNnmara,  Wctaskiwm.  Alta,' C.in.
sold. "  Immediate  delivery.     Rogera
_ Co., 36 King St. East, Toronto.
Mary���������"Did she make a good
match?" Ann���������"Splendid. Lots
of money, good social position,,and
all that. In fact, the only drawback is tho man."
"If" is  blamed for  most of our
Holloway's Corn Cure is a speci-
fi<* for thc removal of corns arid
warts. We have never heard of its
failing to remove even the-worst
kind. ���������'    -.
Save the Baby-���������Use
*i rants hou .ht' and roM," 320  ncr.a:
Dickinson. Room 20, 43 Scott St.,"Toronto."
, rants.     Highest price   paid.
Ross." .cott' St.. Toronto.
Fox A:
Iron   and   .wood-working   machinery,
engines,   boilers,   steam - pumps.', irasolina;
eiipincs.      electric     motors, . contractors'.'
machinery.-  otc.   Send   for    catalogue   clover    J .00 _. machines.     H.     W.     PETRIE.
Limited.    Toronto.   Montreal.   Vancouver.
system���������constant practice; careful'
instruction: few- weeks complete, course,
tools free; pm dilates earn twelve U>
eiprhtoon .dollars weekly; -write - for -cata- y
lo.ne. Vol or Barber College. 221 Queen
East. Toronto. . - '��������� "
'ww_i.t.\u.t wn(s)iow>%._r
Should, be given at once when, the
-little one coughs. ' It heals the delicate throat and protects (he lung*
from infection���������guaranteed *afe end
very palatable. .    -
Al! DrugciiU. 25 cent*.'
lots and farm   lands-on    easy   pay-",
ments.   Will    buy    western . property. ' ,Si.'-
M.1 Mathews,,   Room'. 11 1-2 75 Yon_e Street.   ..
Toronto. ��������� " - *  -"" ' r '   " *���������    *
'. . layers. Very profitable. Free circu-,:-'
lars.- Tells all about Anconas jandT-I_g-i_
horns. Edmund Carlyle' Apps, Box -22. ._;
Vice-Prof. dent. International Ancona Club,; j
BraiitforcK Ontario,   r"  '"" ... -       \"
. I
The bride is given away at thc al-
tai. nnd occasionally  tho groom is
Minard's Liniment Cure. Dandruff.
"Mrs. (Vl.ni.n.y," said Father
3.i:Mur|ihy, ''why *do T never see
J^iirii;_ ;it church uow'. '. Ur...
O'li'iKuiey slionk her head sadly.
"I:, it .o.iinlism ]" "Warse than
ihov. your rive .'once."
jsm .'"' "'W.irsc, vour
"Wlint is it, then?"
"So Jones is dead, eh? Well, he
was a hustler ; he never lot the grass
grow under his feet." "No; perhaps if he had it wouldn't bc growing over his head now.'
Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.
About 1(5.000 persons annually die
violent deaths in England and
T was cured of Acute Bronchitis by
Buy  of  Islands. .T.   _.  CAMPBELL.
T whs cured of Facial Neuralgia bv MTN-
Rpringhill.   N.S. WM.- DANTEL. .
I wiih cured of Chronic Rheumatism bv
Albert Co., N.B. GEO. TING LEY.
of onc thousand acres for sale nt a snap
For this and.oilier farm lands in Albert?
write to the owner.
��������� W.  .1.  Mc.   A.MARA.
Wfitsi..i_i\vii..- Alberta.    ...nadi-.
F.RC1IANTS ���������' WANTED.     ONE"    IN
each locality, bavin-?   sales to   Rive
pold plated or trcrman silver name' plates
; as premiums, flat or curved, for umbreltas,
f whips, does, prips. etc., which I-will stamu
j wifh customer's name and address. Win-
; dow display bills forwarded. Subscribe
'within 30 days to the Home Journal, :
I monthly, one dollar..yearly. - and receive
{ both   plates   ns   described   Free.   Renewals
continue oiie year after expiration of your
pre.sprit paper.     Address, Journal Ag-oncy.
Box 61, M'..p.ot_: P. Q.
sf+A I ]/FS   *a,s# Them, Without Milk
E������*1f-V C& Bonklet Kr#������..
^^   Steele,iliriee-s 8������������d Co. Ltd., Toro_t<>,{0__ '
THE LINDMAN TRUSS will hold any redticl l> 1#
lier:iia. Kudu, ed by fmeino-t medical tin: ..-
Wiite  for  particular*!.     ti. J.INDMAN, (Iteg'd).
Is Your Hearing Cood ?
The" HEAIt-O-PllONE   will   pivo   you   tbe
ben'-fits  of   tcood   h.;irintr.   Send   lor   h'ee
Ibooklel.   uivin|_    piirticuiars.    ������nd      naiiie..
of   sa'tisfied   use:-..    Also
Special  Offer for a  Month's    Home   Trial.
THE   BRAND  ELECTRO  OZONE   LIMITED,   * 3oRue.. General   Acou _ic Co., of t ___.!������,   Ltd?"
jUty Qf.StrXit. Toronto. '
nii������ of lhc ma;vols of the el������
!>e tliifitifliout  tliu   world.    Wri
-IR ACOUSTICO (I���������
'ertrical  iiae..
te for  c;ita.
"J _'L A tlio-
A sign in 1,1 te rooms of an American hotel reads as follows:���������"Indian clubs and dumb-bells will not be
jiei'tuitied in any of the rooms.
Guests in ncctl of exercise can go
down to the i.itchen and pound a
A General Favorite.���������In every
place where introduced Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil has not failed to
establish a reputation, showing
thai the sterling qualities whieh it
possesses arc valued everywhere
when they become known. It is in
general use in Canada and other
countries as a household medicine
and the demand for it each year
shows that it is a favorite wherever
Try this
You don't hava to know what KIND of cloth
your Goods are made of; SAME Dye for ALL-
No chance of Mistakes. All colors io cents
from your Druggist or Dealer. Sample Card
and Booklet Freo. The Johnson-Richardson
____.._ _ff.*d_j_>. t. 0.__l_or������tr_al. Otto.
A year ago a manufacturer hired
a boy. For months there was nothing noticeable aboufc thc boy except" that he never took his eyes off
tho machine he was running. A few
weeks ago thc manufacturer looked
up from his work to see the boy
standing beside his desk.
"What du you want?" he asked.
"Want mc pay  raised."
"What are you getting?"
"T'rec dollars a week."
, "Well,   how much do -you  think
you aro worth ?"
"Four dollars."
"You think so, do you?"
"Yes, sir, anM've been t'inkin'
so for free weeks, but I've been
so blamed busy I ain't had time to
speak to you about it."
The boy got the raise.
Too many people's idea of a
friend is"some onc'they can impose
Fr������s to Our Readers. -  -
Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago,
lor 48-psj.e illustrated Bye Book Free,
Write all shout Your Eye Trouble nnd
they will advise a������ to the Proper Applic...
tion of the Murine Eye Remedied in Your
Special Cnse. Vour DniR .ist will tell you
thnt Murine Relieves Kore Eye. St.ren(:th.
ens Weak Eye . Docnn't .Smart. Soothe.
Eve Pnin. nnd sells for 50c. Try It in
Your Eyes and in Bahy'e Eye. for Scaly
Eyelids uud (irauulation.
 r~33<���������Spadina���������Avenuef=-Toronto: =
Cnred without opera tions. All .ho fire a.
flirted with tlil= di.������cn.c and wibh to be
rnr.d permanently, _ rifely and quickly
with thi? pi. .it Homcopnthic remedy,
which will bc s-pr.1 popt-pnid anywhere
In. th������ world with full iiiPtrnctto'na for
liPinR po an to effect n permanent cure.
Price   S2.   Addr..*-*
John   T. Walt,   Homeopathic*   Pharmacy,
Arnprlor, Canada.    J
She���������"So many men marry for
money! You wouldn't marry rnc
fur money, would you. dearest?"
He (absently)���������"No, darling. I
wouldn't marry yon for all the
money in the world !" And he marvels now that she didn't speak.the
last time he met her.
ISSUE NO. 15-10.
DO   VOU    WANT     TO    KNOW
1001 enriono.'mostly nntnld. fact?, nhont
Human Nature ? 1,'end T)r. Fonto's
"Wonder" hook on the delic'ite Fiihfr-ct.q
nf Love, Marriage, Parentage, Health.
Disease, and Freaks. It If the fruit oT 50
rc.ir. experience of ti _ iccer. til ntithor
Mid nrnctilinner. Full nf advice niveq.
tnry to pverv man and woman. Contain*
more v11_ 1 f:ict������ Ihnn your doctor would
yon for ten dollar.". In _ poctinnp,
atreo and . ilhi'trntlon . Price 10c.
L. L. Mill   Bcok   Co., 1.3   E. 28 St., New   York
pive y
VO   pa
f ������X������_ THROAT, jjRotrarms, TOSSIUJJS
run latotl . "fiRIP"
and ������������_    . IIIJOM4.
Lose nn tlrnj, but trot.
at once a  bo.Ue  at
"ttADITAr.* *IV.AI>T
KtHIEt' and prevMit
piioumonla. or cure I.
if alteiidy  mtnifo _���������
ed.   Ir tlie Unfailing
I-Iou^ehold R e m c dr
.or Cough*. 0 . J d h. 1
6ore Thro.it. Wronchltls, j
"Grip,"   I'neumonla intl I
Falo? oT all lcht _������, I
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unci ull   .nits ot hoi-a-> )ian_:nt., ul'o
L^CE CURTAINS 0VE0llW������Ji__ME1>
Write t<i  lis A'.nnl yonro.
BRITISH AMERICAN DYeiwe CO.. 60H58, Montrwrfj
" PSYCHINE *" has rulored ihou _ ndi
of people lo buoyant health /wid strength
whose condition hud been regn rded ������j hope-
less. It it u Jon ic and ficali-builf Icr, containing lemnikable profx-rlica ns a blood
purifier nnd ecimicide. It will strengthen
end ncal tlie wcalc lungs, force out tlie
pliiegm, nnd drive ������way llie cough, no
mitlci of liow long standing.
" PSYCHINE " tones up the whole
jj'jlem nnd drives out disease, deals die
decayed tisiue nnd rcjtores lost energy. Its
Uic daily vvill prevent and ward off that
most subtle disease consumption.
Write for a Fr.-:e Sample.
r.. S_������   . til Drusfiit. & Dt ._������, 50i. A )|
(icr Lvtdc.
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PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 9, 1910  ��������������������������� <���������������������������-.������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  ~--~-~ I THE ^N 0 RT H E R N 0 K A N A G A N  NO IRRIGATION REQUIRED  ���������������������������  I  "NOTHING   t  DOING!"  ijReal Estate Bargains  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  We think it is good  enough to keep  i  ��������������������������� !  i>  I  ���������������������������  A SITE FOR A LOVELY HOME!  Situated about one mile from Enderby, on the river bank; excellent land,  A GOOD FARM OFFER���������������������������1G0 acres  land; about 13 acres cleared, of which  3 acres in clover. 214 fruit trees, 130  of which are   bearing.      Comfortable  ^especially   adapted   ior strawberries, j rcsideilce; goocl   stable   for 3 horses,  ���������������������������     .._i.i_~.  o  _���������������������������        shC(i for 3 cows; two hay lofts witb  8 acres  Our Friends want us  ���������������������������   to stav.     Friends are  1  T   better   than    money.  1  ���������������������������  small fruits and vegetables  cleared, G of which  fruit trees two and  and looking well. Small frame house  goocl cow stable and chicken house;  two cows milking; poultry, farm implements and tools as now on the  place. Price, $2,500; $1,500 down,  balance on terms to suit purchaser at  7 per cent.  are   planted in ', drive-way   underneath;  three-year old,'!shed������������������    wood   shecl   and  We cannot tear ��������������������������� enderby  ���������������������������  1  ���������������������������  1  ���������������������������  I ourselves aivay  1  ���������������������������  1   ���������������������������        1  1        Walter   Robinson  ���������������������������  I CASH GROCER  I  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-  one carriage  root house;  never-failing stream of excellent water which can be easily piped to  house; land of a sandy loam nature.  Price, 54,200.-  Note���������������������������As building cannot bc replaced for $2,000, will leave balance  of land less than $14 per acre���������������������������an exceptional bargain.  For further particulars and list of properties, apply to���������������������������  H. W. HARVEY  GRINDROD  BLACKBURN WINS SUIT  Tangle Foot and Poison  Pads are the great ex- ���������������������������  terminators * of these  pests. Clean them out!  Seventy-five per cent of  summer sickness is the  result of the fly pest.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  CliirSt. Enderby  In the County Court held at Vernon last week, before Judge Swanson  Dick Blackburn won his suit against  W. A. Russell. Judgment was given  for the full amount sued for, $244.75,  and all costs of the case were ordered to be paid by the defendant.  Attorney Mclntyre of Kamloops conducted the case for Mr. Russell, and  Attorney Banton   for Mr. Blackburn.  The amount sued for was for hauling rock for the construction of the  burner erected for the A. R. Rogers  Lumber Co. by Contractor Russell.  Defendant claimed plaintiff refused to  finish a hauling contract because the  roads became bad; plaintiff claimed  that he quit the contract after due  notice was given because defendant  refused to pay him any money as the  work progressed,  o  JAMES FAX COMPANY  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  ~   -^^qflic^hcHirs.   FTTi-eiK_tfr'n~trri2  Afternoon, -1 to 5  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, hy appointment  Office: Cor. ClifT and Goo __   Sts. ENDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  -Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C.  ___r__r__V____r������������������________>.t_t_it__sn  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  FKED. H. KARNES  W. M.  Endorby Lodfc'c No, 40  RuKiilar meetint. fir������������������t  Thursday on or after tho  full moon at R i>. m. in Odd-  follows Hall. Vlsitim.  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. metcalf!  Secretary t  j    A small audience greeted the James  Fax Concert Company, in K. P. Hall  .last Friday evening.     But there was  (not a feature  of    this'excellent con-  'cert company's  performance  slighted  | by the talented people composing the  company.   This is the second concert  ! company   sent   through   the West by  .Wallace   Graham,    the   former being  headed   by   that    inimitable   Scotch  singer,   Jessie   Maclachlan,  and  both  were high-class.   Unfortunately,  both  companies were poorly patronized by  Enderby     music-lovers.      The    effort  which has been  made this season to  induce only   the   best shows to come  to Enderby, has been well supported  by our people.   But just at this time  the town is   suffering   from an over-  dose_.of^good=things,^hence^th_^small-  houses at these performances.  The Fax company made good everything advertised of it.    James Fax is  great   as   a   mimic,   but   his humor J  is phlegmatic and lacks the spontan- ;  eity that   gives   life   to his performance.   Me  is   a   humorist of the old  school, and   depends   much upon the  .rotesquones..  of   his get-up  to bring  down tiie house.   The singing by Miss !  Ida George Elliott and Mr. Hartwell j  DeMillc, wa.s the best in its line that .  lias ever been heard in  Enderby, and ;  the readings   by   Miss Florence Gal- !  brnith,    especially,    "Leah,   the For- j  saken,"      and      Dunbar's      "Pntscy j  Barnes," were the work of an artist  Outside of THAT  he's all right!  MAN comes   into    this  world  without    his    consent,   and  leaves   it   against   his will.  During his stay on earth bis time  is  spent in one continuous round  of- contraries  and  misunderstandings by his fellow beings.   In his  infancy he is an angel; in his boy  hood he   is   a   devil; in his   manhood   he   is   everything   from    a  lizard up;   in   his   duties he is a  fool;   if he raises a family he's a  chump; if he raises a small check  he's a   thief,    and    then the law  raises hell   with    him; if he is a  poor man he    is. a poor manager  and has no sense; if he is rich he  is       dishonest,     but     considered  smart; if   he   is    in   politics you  can't place him as he is an undesirable citizen; if he goes to church  he is a hypocrite; if he stays away  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� from church   he   is   a sinner and ���������������������������  damned;  if he donates to foreign  missions he    doi^'.ii. -for show; if  he doesn't he is."gtingy and a tightwad.     When   he" comes   into the  world   everybody .'wants   to kiss'  him; before he   goes out they all  want to kick him.    If he dies young  there was a   great   future before  him; if he lives to a ripe old age,  he. is in the way and living to save  funeral  expenses.      This life is  a  funny road, but we all like to travel it just the   same, so join the  line of the cheerful and buy your  Lumber and Building material from  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.,Ltd  Enderby, B. C.  ____B������������������a_t_^^  ains for  the Ladies  of c-fof o+c->K>fo>-o-K>-f<>+o_<> o-f o-fo4<Ho4-o-f<>-f<>-f_-f_-.<>f<>  Ten per cent discount on Ladies' Shoes, and a few  lines AT COST *  o-f-c .-c^-o-fo-fc^-o+c-fo-fofofoofo^<>^>^o^<y^<^o^<>^<>^o-^  Ladies' Wash Suits  and Linen Summer Coats  O-f 0+0+0+0+0+ o-fo+o+ofofo o*- o-fo-fo-f o+<>+c+o+<>+<>+-Of o  Also Big Bargain Counter of  BLOUSES  It will pay you to look these over.  of ofo^o+ofof-of _~fo4^>4-ofo ofofof of of ofofofo-fofof  Fine Flavored Oranges  Oregon Black Cherries  Strawberries  c-fo-fo-f o-f o-f o-fofo-fo+o-fb-fo o-fofo+ofo+o+of ofof o-f o-f o  Graniteware���������������������������Good Values  v-fo+o+o+ofo+ofo^-ofo+of^ ���������������������������  Boots and Shoes  Something especially seasonable for. the, warm days.  Keep your feet comfortable and most of the" troubles  cease.   Our shoes will help you.  THE POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  DUE NOTICE !  I.O.O.F.  *iSS^ "<_a^  Eureka Lodge No. .0  Meets every Tuesday eveninj. at So'clock, in I. O.  O. F. hall. Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always welcome. J. A. McMorland, N. G., A.  Keeves. Sec'v, E. J. Mack, Troas.  If anybody in this country claims \  or thinks that I owe liim anything, j  let him send me a detailed statement j  on or before the 12th inst., as I am ;  leaving on the'14th, after which date.  ENDERBY    LODGE11" wiU have some difficulty in getting  No. 35, K. of P.  Mupts every Monday  evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  KOBT. N, BAILEY, C.C.  C. E. STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  IC. of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments.    For rates, etc., apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE, M. E.. Enderby  j his money,  W.  ALLAN DOBSON.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B.C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furniihed and Work Guaranteed  Our grandmothers of a few years  ago used to run us up to play with  the neighbors' children when they  had the measles, in the hope that  we'd'catch' 'em. Our grandmothers  of to-day are not so obliging. They  get goose-fleshed ancl invoke the  strong arm of the law to compel all  measily children to play alone in a  dark room behind the shadow of the  quarantine. Thus is the world advancing.  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water- Act, 1909" to obtain a license in the Kamloops Division of Vale District, by the applicant, Alexander Miller, Enderby, B.  C, farmer, for eight cubic inches per |  second of water in a small stream I  flowing in a southwesterly direction j  through the centre of thc said Alexander Miller's 53-acre farm, comprising the southern portion of fractional  section No. thirty-six (3G), township  eighteen (IS), range nine (9), west of  the Gth meridian, and also southern  portion of the west half of legal subdivision No. twelve (12), section  thirty-one (31) township eighteen (IS)  range eight (S) west of the Gth meridian. Tlie point of diversion is about  one mile up the creek from Alexander  Miller's south line. Description of  the premises on which the water is  to bc used: the above mentioned  lands and premises, comprising 53  acres, and on which is situate a  dwelling house and other buildings.  The water is to be used for irrigation purposes.  . This notice was posted on the 7th  day of June, 1910, and application  will be made to the Commissioner on  the Sth day of July, 1910.  No riparian proprietors or licensees,  are likely to be effected by the proposed works either above or below  the outlet.  ALEXANDER MILLER.  Enderby, B.C., June 7th, 1910. I  .ave  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  Sideboards, >       "      " l.ito  40  Extension Tables,      '      ' .to   25  Dining Chairs, all prices from 75c to $o each  Iron Beds & Spring, from ,*S.50 to *_5.  Mattresses,  from 3.50  to 17.00  Parlor Tables and Stands, 1.50 to 15.00  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  north, thence eighty chains east,  thence eighty chains south to point  of commencement.  Located, April 2Sth, 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  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  E. Smyth, S. E. Cf, thence eighty  chains   west,    thence   eighty   chains  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  j at the base of   the mountain on the  north-side of   -Short's- Creek,- eighty ���������������������������  chains  west-southwest    from   Charles  JE. Smyth's   location,    marked E.  J.  jFewing,  S.E.C., thence eighty chains  ] west,    thence   eighty    chains   north,  jthence   eighty    chains   east,    thence  eighty    chains    south   to    point   of  commencement.  Located, April 2Sth, 1910.  Locator��������������������������� E.   J.  PEWINGS,  Financial \_.gent, Medicine Hat  By J, H. Christie, agent.     .  i      ;      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  on the north side of Short's Creek,  about eighty chains westerly from  E. J. Fewings' location, marked J.  H. C, S.E.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.


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