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 ___������������������_____   _**���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������*mx> _/w<.���������������������������  I   __ILIU    II   I.  Enderby, B. C,  June 2, 1910  AND       WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 14; Whole No." 118  Brief Mention of News  of Interest to Enderby District  for   Portland,  -     H. A. Baxter    left  Ore., last evening.  The University Commission will sit  at Vernon June 11th, at 2 p.m.  Mrs. A. L. Matthews returned on  Monday from the coast cities,' where  she has spent; several weeks.  The weather clerk seems to have a  penchant for doing nasty things when  an ice cream lawn social is in sight.  Mrs. Thos. Ri. hardson and children  returned to Vancouver on Saturday,  after a visit of two weeks with Enderby friends.  Mrs. J. E. Crane is slowly recovering from an-attack-of rheumatism,  and hopes soon to be able to take up  her work again.  An effort is being made to get up a  party to drive to Armstrong on the - pies,  evening of .June 6th, to see the Ver-  . non band of Pierrots.  . . The regular meeting of the Enderby  Conservative Association will be held  in the sample room of the Enderby  hotel, Saturday-evening, at 7:30;  The - Indians have been_ having a  sort of protracted-, church bazaar on  the reserve "this week',- and from ,n_ w  until the salmon- run-they^will- be-as  poor, as Job's turkey, yy*-.-   -'. '. '  F. V. Moffet is having^ his "acreage  property along the, Salmon Arm road  within the city limits, cleared of all  . underbrush and he will put a portion of it on the- market as soon as  it is in shape.     . ...  The Poison Mercantile Company has  added dress making- to its dress  goods department, ��������������������������� and has engaged  "Miss Schofield," an experienced dressmaker- from the East to handle this  branch of the business.  Since the ill-wind blew- the band  boys electric lights and more comfortable quarters in the school house  they have been doing some hard practicing, and are turning loose some  __,high_.class=.music___.on=pra'ctice_nights._  Enderby will enter a Tyro team in  the Annual Rifle Shoot which is taking place at the Armstrong rifle  range this week. A. E. Taylor, W.  T. Holtby, R. Wheeler and Geo. Bell,  are attending from the Enderby association.  Mrs. Alex. Campbell, who .has been  suffering severely from-an attack of  blood-poisoning, " with other' complications, is recovered sufficiently to be  out of bed, and her friends will be  pleased to learn that she will soon  be about again.  Ole has the measles.. Ole is a  man, and he lives at the same hotel  as Schoolmaster McDonald. Schoolmaster McDonald was ordered to  close the school, and the school is  closed���������������������������that portion of it over which  Schoolmaster McDonald presides.  Fi R. DeHart is holding an auction  sale Friday afternoon on the Willie  place, recently purchased by him. B.  Francis, auctioneer, will handle the  sale. He will offer all his stock of  farm implements, horses, cows, sheep  and pigs, together with such furnishings as he wishes to replace.  The Vernon Okanagan came out in  new form last week. It has been reduced in size of page, and is now in  newspaper magazine form, 16-pages.  F. T. C. Lever, the new managing  editor, promises still greater improvements as the months roll on.  Patrons of the Enderby postoffice  were pleased to see Miss Mowat back  in her old position as assistant postmistress, commencing June 1st.   It is  Postmaster Harvey's intention to de  vote more of his time_ to other interests    this    summer,    hence     he   has  placed Miss   -Mowat again in charge.  Miss Nellie Hancock, left for the  coast Monday, to attend the marriage of her brother Chas. S., to  Miss Evelyn Hale, Wednesday, June  1st, at the home of the bride's parents. These estimable young'people  are well known in Enderby, and the  Press joins with their many friends  in' wishing them much happiness.  In an interview in the Daily Province, at Vancouver, W. S. Ricardo,  manager of the Coldstream ranch, is  credited with saying that the Okanagan Valley will this season yield a  500-car crop of fruit, refering to ap-  plums, prunes and u peaches,-  small fruits not being included in  the estimate. This means that the  cr,op will be three times,larger than  that of last year.        ���������������������������-.  H. N. Hendrickson received the sad  hews of his   father's   death last Fri-  **       *���������������������������    ������������������j    - *���������������������������  day morning and left the same* after-,  noon to be! present .at "the funeral.  He will remain at; the * North" Dakota  home" two or'^three weeks.' "Mr. Manning, ,brother" of Proprietor Manning'  of the Enderby Hotel, will have lull  charge' of the -barber shop in Mr.  Heridrickson's absence.- .  At the regular1 meeting of the Enderby lodge, K. of P., .Monday evening, the following, officers were elected: CO., J* N. Grant; V. C, Walter  Johnstone; Prel., R. J. Carmen; M.-  of W., F. R. Moore; K. R. S., Chas.  E_ Strickland; M. of F., R. J. Col-  tart;. M. of E., Robt. Johnstone; ~M.  of A., J. H. Chapman; I. G., H. M.  Walker; 0. G., R. N. Bailey.  An automobile driver, one day last  week drove a frightened mare seven  miles at a break-neck speed along the  Salmon Arm road and into Enderby,  without^ever^slackening^speed^or^giv^  ing the animal a chance to turn off  the road into the many by-ways. It  was remarked by some of the farmers  who saw them as they, passed that if  they could have got hold of the automobile driver at the time they would  have pounded some brains into him  if they had- to make a jelly of his  carcase to do it. Animals, of. this  type, who drive benzine buggies over  the highways careless of the rights of  others, should be severely punished.  They are the worst enemy to legitimate autoing there is.  Enderbyites missed the rarest treat  of the season,- when they failed to  hear Jessie Maclachlan's company of  artists. Another treat is in store for  them to-morrow, (Friday) night in  K. P. hall, when the James Fax Concert Co. will appear. James Fax is  the greatest humorist on the Canadian stage, and he is supported by  Miss Ida George Elliott, soprano;  Miss Florence Galbraith, dramatic  reader; Miss Agnes B. Quigley,  pianiste, and Mr. Hartwell DeMille,  baritone. They advertise "many  merry morsels of mirth, music and  mimicry for melancholy moments."  Tickets at Reeves' drug store. Admission $1.00 and 75c.  stand on the river shore will mark  a new era. It will .'be the first step  towards making the improvement in-  this quarter .that the Council of two  years ago decided upon���������������������������and then,  through inactivity,'. dropped it. It  will be an indication, too, that the  city appreciates, in a small degree,  at lea__, what an important thing we  have in the magnificent river flowing  past our very   doors,'   ,  Council Proceedings in  Matters of Roads and Hospital  GRAND BEND FARM SOLD  Mayor Bell and Aldermen Blanchard  Evans, Hancock and Hutchison were  present at the meeting of the City  Council, Wednesday evening, May 25.  Mr. Flewwelling submitted a plan  of the streets in his new sub-division  and the same was approved by the  Council.-  No tenders having been received  either " for the ' construction of the  road in the Lawes sub-division or  the removal of the -band ��������������������������� stand, the  time for receiving tenders in either  case was extended till Saturday evening; May-28th. '     '  Mr. A. Sutcliffe was present to  take up the matter of his claim1 for  services rendered in connection with  his audit.of the 1909 accounts." He  went into the matter fully, and.it  to allow the ������������������15  his'coriginal ac  William and Walt Mack this week  disposed of - their - splendid 100-acre  farm on the ' river bend about three  miles north of Enderby. C. G. Gelling, a wealthy cattle man of Montana is the purchaser. Mr. Gelling  will take immediate possession.  Mr. Gelling- has J been visiting the  Okanagan for the past.month or so'.  He is    an   old-   friend, of Mr. C.  S.  Handcock.     Last Thursday Mr.  Gel_.Was finally   decided  ling _ and Mr. Handcock were 'driving J balance claimed   in  over the   district, between ...Grindrod, j count and which was disallowed at a  and    Enderby."   Mr:   Gelling, took .a  previous meeting. ' =���������������������������   '.   _-"  fancy to the Mack farm.-   Oh closer     Applications'for.; water service were  inspection he was better pleased. Mr:   received    from A/R. Rogers .Lumber  Wm. Mack    being   at,; work    by, the ! Company, W.  J. ' Woods,, A." Reeves,  W./E. Ronald   and" Hezekiah Elliott.  Referred to .waterworks*1 committee.*  - The" finance'coinmitte .""recommended  road, he was - approached and asked  to set a price.   He did so.   It was a  \ little   better..' than ' -$_AS.'6b. an; acre.  The- price was- satisfactory.,. A-deposit was paid,- and   the next'day the  papers .were drawn-up and signed."    -  Mr. .Gelling knows a good buy, and  he did not, require much ��������������������������� time to consider, the    Grand    Bend    farm. ���������������������������  The  Mack Brothers know how to develop  a farm.   They have'made the Grand  Bend farm one of the best in the_ district, and were   making it better all i Whe 'Yen, wages  the time.    Mr.    Gelling  will add to   F. V. Moffet, inst  what they    have   done, all - that his  knowledge and money can do, and we  doubt not that we shall see vast improvements made in the Grand Bend.  ENDERBY-TRINITY VALLEY  ROAD  Our Trinity    Valley    correspondent  writes:  The decision of the City Council to  remove the bandstand from its present location where it spoils the appearance of the City Hall grounds,  and place it on the river bank near  the bridge, is generally conceded to  be a wise move.   To erect the band-  It was good news to see by your  issue of the 5th inst. that the-Enderby Board of Trade had reminded the  Premier of his promise regarding this  projected road and bridge, and we  are hoping to learn that a favorable  reply has been received.  The settlers recently sent a pressing  letter to the Vernon Superintendent  of-Roads on the - same subject, but  have not received a reply. We know,  however, that this official has since  been in communication with the road  overseer up here.  Settlers continue coming in and  have to go farther and farther back  to get pre-emptions.  An effort is being made' to open a  driveway along the river, from Cliff  street to thc grove beyond the Flewwelling   sub-division.  For Sale���������������������������Rose Comb Jthode Island  Red eggs, $2 per setting of 15; incubator lots, $10 per 100. Apply, Ca-  ther, Kelowna, B. C.  Lively music, sextette from "Flor-  adora," scarf dances, etc., by Vernon amateurs in Armstrong,  June 6.  One Jersey Cow for sale; just come  in; splendid milker. Foster & Proctor  Denovan Ranch, Enderby.  One Empire No. 2 Cream Separator  in perfect order, for $15.00, at Fulton's Hardware.  Go to Armstrong on June Gth to  see Vernon's band of Pierrots in their  musical entertainment.  Three-section steel harrows, $18.00  per set, at Fulton's Hardware.  the payment of the~following:r,-'v'"'' '"���������������������������  t> - -       ...  Board of School Trustees' or-  "-"  ders, salaries, etc.*,-      ' $349.78  G. Rosoman, salary" _ts clerk      75.00  ' do     salary as magistrate   15100  A.-R. Price,' sal. as Constable     15.00  Bank" Montreal,' retire coupon    150.00  C.P.R.,-freight .        19.74  Sam Kee, wages         19.10  '.         4.50  lamps .... .50  A. L. Matthews, hauling       33.50  A. G. Bagley &   Sons, tags...     '3.50  the   adjourned    meeting of the  At  Council -Saturday evening, it was decided to postpone the opening of the  single tender for the construction of  the road on the Lawes sub-division  until-   Wednesday   evening,    June   1.  There were no tenders in for the removal of the bandstand, and the  matter was referred to the board of  works.  The tax bylaw passed its first  reading.  The sum of $125.00 was appropriated to purchase furnishings for two  wards in the cottage hospital to be  established by- Mrs: Wm. Sewell and  daughter.  OPENING HILL PROPERTY  All "matters relative* to the road  right-of-way to open the Lawes hill  property were amicably settled at  the adjourned meeting of thc City  Council last Saturday evening, when  the owners of the property through  which the road is to run presented an  agreement settling thc right-of-way,  and the Council agreed to let the  road be registered as agreed upon by  the owners. The agreement is made  between G. R. Lawes, E. Lawes, A.  Sutcliffe, J. W. Evans, F. V. Moffet  et al., W. H. Golightly and G. Rosoman, and reads:  It is mutually agreed between the  owners named (1) That a right-of-  way 45 feet in width, or of such  greater width as may be required by  law, shall be given for the construction of a road, such road to commence at the N. E. corner of Lot 1,  Block 1, Map 188, and to follow the  stakes of a survey made by Mr, G.  L. Williams, surveyor, on or about  the 17th day of May, 1910, to a .point  near the   N.   W.   corner of G. Roso-  ; man's acreage,  and thence along the  west line of said acreage to/the S.W.'  corner thereof; (2) A. Sutcliffe agrees ���������������������������  to give such portion of Lot 1 Block 1  as may be necessary for tlie construction of said road from N. E: corner'  of Lot.l, Block 1; (3) E Lawes agrees/  to give .such   portion   of the lot's in  .  Block 1 owned by her .as may'be required   for   the    construction' of the -  said road;,"   (4)  G. R. Lawes agrees*,  to give such" portion. of the acreage/'*  marked 7 on the city map of the Corporation'of the" City of Enderby,  as  may be required for the" construction/  of the said road; (5) F. .V. Moffet'et  al.   and   G.   Rosoman  agree  each "to *  give an equal   quantity   of   land to"'  continue the   said   road oh the line  between   their   respective'-properties *  from the north side of G_ Rosoman's  acreage to   the   south ;side thereof;.;  (6) .G. R. Lawes' agrees- to' continue, ���������������������������  Johnson street at its present width  froin-Lawe./street.-to the West' liir.it _'  of his property, the north side; of'-.the  said-road, throughout its length;.to \  immediately adjoin,the south'line'of-���������������������������  the   Moffet/and 'Rosoman   acreages;,;  . (7 }Vlt_is . agreed .by.:.the par ties .'hereto; _  that*the lanevruhning.^t_r,qugh?,Block^  1;''and the   west   portion   of-Knight'  street, or all that part'of same lying-  on the S. W.'' side   of   the   proposed'  road mentioned',;in" section 1 hereof,-'-  shair.be cancelled, and the said; lane,  and the south;thirty feet of the said -;  portion   of   Knight   street   and   the  whole of the said lane shall, become -  the property of E. Lawes;.and it is-  further agreed that the north thirty -  feet of .the   said   portion of.Knight;  street shall   become   the property "of  "  J. .W.  Evans; it is also agreed that '.  all the lots and portions of lots the  '  property of E. Lawes in Block 1 shall   -  be cancelled; (9) It is agreed between.  the parties hereto that the portion of",  the   lane   in    Block    3    which    runs  through^WT^HT^G-olightly'sTrop^tir^  in the said block shall be cancelled,*  and the said portion of the said lane  shall become the property of W.- H.  Golightly, and   it   is   further agreed  that all the lots in the said- block,  owned by W. H.  Golightly, shall.be  cancelled; (10)  It is agreed that''the  Corporation of the City of Enderby  be asked to approve, the-modification--���������������������������  of map 188 hereinbefore set forth,and  to construct   the   proposed   road as  an order of the   Court has been obtained authorizing the said modification.  '���������������������������-'.'.I  A PRESENTATION  On Saturday last, the members of  St. George's church choir presented  Mr. and Mrs. Turner and Mr. and  Mrs. Neill with two handsome hand-  painted toilet sets. Mr. Higginson,  as choirmaster, made the presentation, and in a neat and effective  speech wished the happy couples very  much happiness, and gave them some  fatherly advice.  One of the best evidences we have  of the faith Manager Stevens has, in  Enderby is the steady building the  A. R. Rogers Company is doing on  its residential property, and its readiness to purchase more. The past  week Grant Towler sold to the company through Thos. Pound, his three  lots and dwelling on George street.  Under the new assessment the property of this company was increased  nearly $20,000 over last year. But it  never made a word of protest. -That  is showing the right kind of faith in  the town. ELEPHANTS' IN  LONDON  WEATiJE.f JUJiS.8..1N A CON'J'JX-  UO US CYCLE.  3*]n gland's Climate   Changed  From  Egypt to Iceland���������������������������Temperature  Now Hi.-ing.  The London, Eng., Daily Mirror  has been running a series of letters  by (.'has. JI. I leydeinann dealing  v.'iil. prohNloric London.  TIh: latest, aiticle, whiel". wc: publish here'. ilh. i.s nl' equal interest  to us, as it deals with conditions  whieh must have been universal:  1 showed in my first article that,  a.s wo read the records imprinted  on the earth's crust ol! thc so-called  J.nrdun Basin beneath our feel, we  find some 2f.J,00(J years ago, in the  at;e. ot' the s;ind, gra\  deposits, a climate about the same  as  Kgypt,  inhaliitc rl  by ;i  ing appliances, such as electricity,  wo may safely say that the London  temperature is increasing at the  rate of not- much less than J. degree  Fahrenheit every century, which  wii! bring us to thc .'Egyptian temperature perhaps a little sooner  than I stated���������������������������in, .say, about- 3,000  years.  GULF STREAK.  Jiecenfc  research has shown   that  tlie effect of the    Gulf   Stream in  bringing warmth  to this country is  very   much    less    than    supposed.  Spn  as   it   does,    when  leaves the coast of Newfoundland;  its temperature drops considerably,  am! in summer lime cannot be scid  to have any influence in increased  warmth to England at all.  Jt is rather to a drift of warm  superficial water, called the. Xorth  Atlantic drift,.that thc comparative  mildness of this country is due. But  all evidence, geographical, meteorological and astronomical, points  find clay | to the fact that England and London are slowlv getting nearer to a  i  cinds of  ir.pie.al plants (palms, cocoanut  trees) and animals, including (a fact  which may appeal to our epicurean  aldermen) Some ten different kinds  of turtles, hmguosed and short-  nosed ones (Chclunia Longiceps and  15 rachiceps).  Then, a.s thc ages: rolled on, the  climate changed from that- of sub- |'  tropical heai, to semi-arctic cold,  from ihat of Egypt to that of-Iceland. And'that was: 5,000 years before Adam's time.  Gradually then thc climate began  warmer climate.  .'in  to get warmer. Wo find, in the  Pleistocene period, together with  thc knives, hatchet, and implements, rhinoceroses and hippopotami, and also glacial drills and  Norfolk boulders.  At   the.   present day  thc average  mean  temperature of London is 50  degrees/   Fahrenheit, whereas    the  geology of the Thames Valley shows j  us   lhat it has  fluctuated  in   limes'  . gone   by  from  0 degrees  lo  -10 de-:  green   Fahrenheit,   ui'    'M    degrees'  from one lo  lhc other. '  CAUSE OF C'HAXOE.  The. reason for this astonishing  state of things is to be found in  what is called the precession of lhc  equinoxes.  This i.s that peculiarity in the  movement of mir globe whereby  y,-".-ry part of the earth's surface is  ���������������������������subject to slow but continuous altera lion of position in relation Lo  ihe heat of the sun (owing lo the  attraction of lhc sun find the moon  upon the earth's prolurberancc afc  the  Equator).  Theoretically speaking, the line  ���������������������������of the l.(|iiator is supposed to mark  the line of the greatest heal, the  effect of the solar rays' being greatest where they fall (or impinge) on  ihe earth perpendicularly.  lint, as a mailer of fact, the, lines  of   heat arc    slowly    but  steadily  A. LAMIA DOR It ESC UK.  Dr. Orenfell's   Experience   on  Tec Floe.  Tn his work among the pcople of  Lhc Labrador coast Dr. Wilfred T.  Ircni'cll has often imperiled his life.  One such instance is given in his  beck, "Adrift on an Ice-Pan,,J in  which i.s told the story of his remarkable escape from death. "What  follows;���������������������������an account of the rescue-  is all the more impressive from being told in thc homely words of onc  of the rescuers.  Onc day about a week after Doc-  tor Grcnfoil's return two men came  iu from Gricpicfc. fifteen miles away.  They had walked fill that distance,  although   thc trail was heavy with  'HOUSE RENTIS VERY LOW  $82.30 .V. .MONTH IX AX ENGLIS.11  I'AKAMSE.  Every Prospect; is Pleasing���������������������������31 oral  Uplift Plus S I'or Con..  Profit.  "Thc most perfect city I havc  cvei seen or heard of is the famous  garden oily of .1.ournvillo, a suburb  of Birmingham, Kngland,'' .says a  writer in Country Life iu America.  "J was simply transported by the  hcallhfuln.'ss:, happiness and beauty of the place, ancl 1 believe it  gives the. people morc for their  money than any other city on  earth. Any onc who ha.s cherished  some noble vision of a glorified humanity would be intensely interested to sec Bournville, for part of  .Bellamy's 'Looking Backward' is  here realized.  "Can you imagine yourself living-  four miles from a city the size of  Pittsburg in a suburban town of  about 5,000 inhabitants, where  there are no saloons and'never can  bc any slums, noise, dirt, crowding,  factory    smells,    bill      boards  streets torn up for gas lighlinj  ! snow  'We iiist felt we  lie  doctor  must sec  and    tell    him    what  twould  'a'  meant to    us    if he'd  been lost," said George Andrews.  "'Twas even when  us    knew  'e  w,.   on the ice.   George 'Davis seen  no first.   'E went Lo th' cliff to look  'is  spy-  ass an'  or  or  sewers'. Wouldn't you like a  chance to play golf, tennis, cricket,  bowls or hockey under ideal circumstances at a cost of a few cents  a day 1  "'Would you be satisfied with the  social life of a conmumifcy that has  splendki schools, churches, baths,  gymnasium, meeting house, and  one-tenth of its whole area given  up to parks and playgrounds.  Wouldn't you feel safer in a city  where thc national birth rate has  been doubled and the death rate  cut in fcwo? Aud what would you  say to a handsome brick house of  -seven rooms and a bath, with an  eighth of an acre already planted  with fruit trees, vines and lawn, at  lhe rental of  $12.30 A MCXNTH?  ''How can such superb opportunities be given afc so low a cost?  There arc three ways, each of which  is exemplified by a different' gar-  dor! city in England. The first is  fcho plan of Lever J.ros., soap manufacturers, who built Port Sunlight,  a suburb of Liverpool, afc a cost of  ,91.700,000, Ifc is the most beautiful  Iof all, has the greatest variety of  buildings  for  social purposes,  and  'Lwasn fc    ice,  goin'    abroad,    for  'twas packed snow.  'Tlr pan was away from even  th' slob, floating by hisself, an'' lh'  changing (entirely outside of fill open water fill roan', an'- 'twas  .i.eh consideration as altitude. geo-!ju:-,L across fn. Goose (Jove, an'  graphical position, sea proximity, j outside o: th.'it. there'd been no  winds,   etc.),   because    the   earth's  pch' does not move perpendicularly  for  seal.    'E  got  made, out a man a' dogs on a pan,  an' knowed ifc war the doctor.  "Us had a good- strong boat, an'  four oars, an5 look a hofc kettle of  tea an'   food  for  a    week,  for us  thought 'ud    have lo   go    far,- an'  p'raps lose th' boat.    1 diV hope  to  find  Lhe doctor alive,  an'  kept  lookiir. for a sign of un on th' pans.  'Twa'  no'  easy gcllin'  to tlr  pans  wi' a big sea runnin'.  "Us saw lh' doctor about twenty ,(,)e ch        g(. ,.6nt     ]ml. ifc Jias bNV0  minuLcs (iloro as got I.   un.     E was; ig dlw)juckSt ���������������������������   ���������������������������  waviu'   'is Hag, an, I seen    mi. '._��������������������������� ��������������������������� ,  . _      r  was on a pan 'no bigger'n (his floe, j       K\r*l>   thc  S0C1;'1 hfe ?\ il c?n'~  an' T dunno what over kep' un fro' jm,,mt*' }"l\\"8 only one y.lercsfc is  i not. as ncalthy as that of a mixed  community. Thc renters at .Port  Sunlight fire all employes of the  same factory, find the magnificent  social features provided for their  eomforfc and pleasure aro nofc used  a_ much as they ought to be. See1'  on i  makers   any    direct    dividend,   also If-support-  1  ville standard without depending  on gifts. ^Vhen I saw Lctchworth  in 1908 the city was less than five  years old. Yefc it had a population  of 0,000, and there were 21 factories It comprises 3,S18 acres, 2,500  of them, or 05 per cent., being perpetually reserved for an agricultural belt.  Thus thc people of Lctchworth  wil! always bc sure of a broad country scene, even if London should  build up solidly around it. Moreover, they will receive profits from  tli s land because it will bo rented  Lo market gardeners and dairymen. This is in addition to the regular park system, for 200 acres arc  devoted to public parks and playgrounds, including an 18-hole golf  course.  "Lctchworth can never be  crowded. The population is limited" to 35,000, an average of  NINE PERSONS TO T.HI. ACHE,  for the whole tract, or 23 per acre  for thc town site. Twelve families  to the acre is the maximum, and  even in this case evcry family has  a lot equal to 30.3x100 feet, which  gives the poorest residents a fair  sized garden, and is _5 per cent,  better than the typical city lob of  Now York.  "'Another excellent feature is thc  arrangement of thc factory quarter.  This is located as far as possible  from thc resdence quarter.jind thc  prevailing wind carries what little  smckc there is away from thc houses. The factories mostly use electric power from a central plant,  yvhich is equipped with a smoke  consumer. The whole factory quarter is screened by a hill and a belt  of trees.  "Bufc the greatest feature of all  is that thc inhabitants of Lcfcch-  wcrth will get practically all of the  collectively earned increment. Few-  people' realize how quickly this  counts up. Simply by .moving to  Lc-tchworth and living there 0,000  pcople created in four years and a  half a net increase of half a million  dollars!  "AU of this profit- ordinarily goes  to real estate speculators, bufc  eventually the people of Lctchworth  will get back 95 per cent, of it in  the form of reduced taxes. Thc  other 5 per cent, goes to thc company which finances thc whole enterprise, the First Garden City Co.,  which differs from an ordinary joint  stock company only in being limited to a 5 per cent, cumulative dividend on tlie capital invested. Thc  shares were.placed at 925 each in  order to give working men a chance  lo subscribe."-  THE ENGAGEMENT RIM    .  STKAXfiE   OXES     A15E   SOME-  TBI ES  PRESENT l_I>.  One. Made From an Old Ho roslio*  ���������������������������Another Manufactured From  a Farthing.  During the hearing of a breach of  j promise case tried afc the Macroon  iQuarter Sessions, Co. Cork, Ireland, it transpired that thc engagement-ring which Lhe defendant had  presented lo thc plaintiff was originally made for thc, purpose ol  putting through a pig's nose.  In another case heard some timo  back, the defendant staled that ho  did not consider himself called upou to fulfil hi.s promise to marry tho  plaintiff as the engagement-ring on  which much of the evidence turned  came from the interior of a Christmas cracker. The jury, however,  while not traversing the truth of  this statement, showed by the verdict that they did nofc consider that  the defendant's meanness had invalidated the significance of his  gift     -  No, niggard spirit was ifc that  prompted a young man Lo have hia  fiancee's engagement-ring mado  from a portion of  AN OLD HORSE-SHOE,  which hc found when on his way to  the lady's house to put the fateful  question.  Another iron substitute was a section cut from thc barrel of a pistol which many years previously  had been the instrument of avenging the outraged honor of a member of the bridegroom's family. In  this instance, however, the dull huo  of the grim memento'was relieved  by the insertion of a ruby, an opal,  a sapphire, and an emerald, tho  initial letters of which gems formed  th. bride's  Christian name.  By the advice of a lady on whom  hi.s affections were fixed,' a Liverpool gentleman was rash enough t.  engage  in a law  action.      Though  |]( ...J,   lhc  oily    ha.s    never paid its  I think UK way th' pan held io .   . ..  io iis path (so-called'ecliptic) round   gelher was on ...count o; tli'  dogs' | !liu"S|'L-is Piw. ica  the. sun.  but    tilled    al: an    angle | bodies  meelin'   it,   an't froze hardly     lhc Eevers firmly behove, thafc  which decreases and increases dur-: during Lhe night.   'E was level with  jth' water, fin' th' sea washing over  us ali th' time.  ll!_  Iixfd periods.  ���������������������������i:iiOM-Ho:P-TO.f.-or.i).  In other words, climate, or difference between hot and cold weather, depend* primarily on the slope  of lhe sun's rays Lo lhe earth (cli-  jiiai-e. from ihe Greok~-Kilnio: [  bond, I incline), which is itself sloped fit fin angle to the line of its path j  i .-nin-"l  lhe  sun. j  This,  steady  revolution  of eerlain  pari- of-the earth  fr-iiu-hot to- eoh.l \  and from fold to hoi used lob;-, eon- j  sidrivd   iu mplished     once   every j  i"..(l')U year*, bin, roc< nt researches J  show ihat the complete change  takes _l.uiiM year^ lo accomplish, so'  thai ue may e-l iinale that it -.* ill ���������������������������  tak" 'London ..mother ������������������������������������������������������LOW or 5,0011 j  years to .reach the climate of j  Egypt,   to Which  it    is    slowly ap-j  "''.K 'ad ripped thc dog harness  an' stuffed lhe oakum in lh! leg o'  ���������������������������'is pants to keep un warm. 'E  -.bowed it. to we. An' '- cub off lh'  top* of 'is boots to keep Lh' draft  j from Ms back. ' I". must 'a' worked  i'avd all night. ' E said ;c droled off  once or twice, but th' night  wonderfu'  long.  fchey havo received an .ample Jinanc.  al return in the increased efficiency  of their employes.  tltaCTlW  But.  |     '-Us took un off ih'  pan fit about  .half pas'l" seven', an' 'adfi'ai'd fight  we cannot expect-  city life of the world will be revolution i zed by kind-hearted manufacturers. Port Sunlight, i.s superb,  bin. its plan implies too great an in-  vot'tment for lhc ordinary manufacturer, find Lhe returns are too in-  seemed I direct lo appeal to tho average  'business man. Both of these defects are remedied in the plan of  Mourn ville. "wliich"  was  founded' by  ���������������������������Hiii'  .<:���������������������������>  in.   Lhe     sea    sLilt   runnin' j (horge Cadbury.   the cocoa  nianu-  'igh.    ;K said  'e was  proud to see j I'acLurer.  us comin'  for un.    And so V might*     "|M   j|-,-  f.rt.1  place only  for   it   grew   woudorfiK   cold  in   Ih'j  >an !  "roin anvwhere -mil ov-  per  d.iv.   find  th    sea   so    igh   tlie  couldn't  'a'   lived outside.  " 'K wouldn't slop  when   us  ashore,  but   must, go  right, on.  .Otl  ei'iil. of the renters at lionrnvilh.  aie employes of Lhe factory. The  others came  ri  LN OLD TiOXDON'.  Within T.imiis of Cily T/������������������ril .Mayor  is I.i.Me iSovi'iriffi..  "Within, the limits of Lhe city the  Lord iUayor is a little sovereign.  Hi. only troops fire ],000 policemen, but no royal troops may enter  tiie city without permission. . He  receives the password of the Tower  every three, mouths, under the sign  manual of thc king. But other  things aro more precious to him  than this, for he is the recognized  fountain head of hospitality in the  -Umt_d=J\_ngdoni,^say-sU3ai-bneiis.^  'J'he city of London is the. only  oii-y in tho world which royalty of-  ficially recognizes. The Mayor of  London recently received the Emperor of. Germany, the President  of France, and many lesser potentates. The city of Eerlin aliompL-  e.i.1 to assume a similar distinction  during the recent visit of King  I.award to Germany. -  Within Lhe city the Lord Mayor  lakes precedence of .ill persons save  Lhe .King. Kven the I'rinee of Wales  falls behind him on official occasions.  n,  ���������������������������/where, aud many of Lhem spend   K.  ' ���������������������������       i ���������������������������       i_ : i      / v.    I ''���������������������������'  ���������������������������'"l  'their ihivs  in   '.Birmingham.   Cons.  pr  ���������������������������anting.  n support of this theory it. is eur-  io;  i.s to ni iie the mean average tem-  pe  laiun* of London has been slow-  Iv  rising (.luring   the -past cenlury.  so  that.London nf  the present day  IS  I1,"   th-erces:   Fahrenheit, warmer  111,*  ji;   k. was   100 years  ago".'"  hen 'e  'fid dry  clothes, fin'  was a !,,���������������������������,.���������������������������tly  (.he social   life is lhat  i when  ol  a  j bit warm us sent, un to St. Anthony !,-,,_-.,.,���������������������������.,],      mi .ed      community���������������������������nofc  ! with fi team." j merely  INDUSTRIAL Oil SlJnt'JM. \N.  '"Tn  the  second  place. - Bourn ville  lie  wanted j really pays." The city's chief source  ie grew up, !of income is rent;.    J'.vorybody pays  ACCOITXTKD FOIL  K'alph had often ,'sfi.i  fco be a surgeon  when  l  Jv'vefe enid is' becoming' a thing ;m,J his inf,lber was boasting about 8 percent, on the investment actu-  of the p'l^i Snow is now a com"'1''3 knowledge of anatomy. "My ally made in his house and lot. The  naiative'. >.ilv.    The '^o-ealled old- h0"-" she exehiimed before ;i party  city's income    doubles    every  live  w !'nl-i:rs\,.\\  ,i  upjo  i.'imes frozen j  ncu snowei  me    '  roasted     whole,   ami  the ponds,   aro only  Christmas cards.  pi  f fishioiie.  stage  coaein  over,   an   "X  .caters on a I  to lie  seen oh  C!i;()\VIN(!   WAIiMl.li.  'J'he last m vere winter that I. can  remember, when a boy, was thai of  lHti?, when.il number of people lost  their lives in break ino- through the  visitors,   ��������������������������� a nifin  lias: now many  ribs?"  L.alph   looked  solemn.  "Well, ma," he replied after a  pause, "k just depends on the.man.  Xow, a man willed here, to-day who  had i  ribs.'  hundred    and   'twenty-nine  l.alph,  icy in   Jiegent's  'ark.  Allowing, of course  amount of increased  .  larger  populalioii.  0 .miLimfc increase  fi  for a certain  heat through  with its eoii-  res a in  saiil his mother sternly, "don't fib."  "I'm  not fibbing,   ma."  "And you mean Lo say the, man  had one hundred and twenty-uino  ribs?"  "V  ! luMt-V.eml  es.  er.  m;i.  He was an umbrella  years (it i.s now 15 years old), ana  in 30 years afc this rale ifc will have  au annual income of about ..ij.OOO,-  000 Ami since it will never havc  to pay 'bii-ck'M.r. Cadbury's gift of  about .775.000, the city will have a  largo, sum available for building  other cities like  Bourn ville.  "The most important idea in all  these garden cities is that represented by Letehworlh. a suburb of  London, :',l miles north of the metropolis, but reached by the bent  trains in less than an hour, for  Letch wood has shown how we may  build cities  fully up lo  the Bourn-  ���������������������������rior to the creation of thc  J.'iiamos Conservancy Board, in  , for lhe care find preservation  of the shipping of London, the Lord  Mayor rode to Parliament iinmecli-  alilv after his election in a splendid medieval barge wilh tapestried  canopies find banks of Mowers, like  an Oriental prince. Sinco thc control of. Lhe Thames has been taken  away' from Lhe city Lhe barge has  never been used.  hc gained thc day, thc nominal  damages of onc farthing left him-a  heavy pecuniary loser.- When subsequently hc became engaged to hifl  fair adviser, he had Lhc small  bronze coin Lhafc had 'constituted  his legal award made into a ring,,  whieh was accepted by his futura  wife in the same spirit of humor in  which ifc was offered.'  Distinctly novel    is    an    cngagc-  monl-ring  COMPOSED OF TOBACCO.  Such was thc present; made to his  fiancee, by a member of a family  Lhat owed its wealth to thc possession of extensive tobacco plantations. Thc fragrant, leaf so strangely enlisted in Cupid's service, was,  by subjecting it lo an indurating  process, made to assume the consistency and appearance of iron,  thc sombre tone of which was lit up  by a single-brilliant of considerable  value.  To he knocked over by a bicycle,  oven though  its rider be a lady, is  not pleasant; _fill less so when you  -ris_:  rourl-he^ground-minus^rtootliT^^  Such some time  experience  the pain-  ul experience which gained a  Brighton gentleman an introduction to his future wife. On Iheir  becoming engaged he made Lhe customary presentation of a ring,  whicli Look Lhe form of a souvenir  of their initial meeting, being nothing less than his displaced tooth  surrounded-by a-oirclet of-gems. --���������������������������  A grisly nionionlo in the possession of the wife nf'a London clergyman is a ring made from  TIIK BLOOD OK AX   HXCLK  THE SCAPEGOAT.  Teacher--"! shall nofc keep you  ii [ter school, Johnnie. You may  go home now."  Johnnie���������������������������-"I don'b want ter go  home. There's a baby just come to  our house."  Teacher-���������������������������"You ought to bc glad,  Johnnie.    A dear little baby "  Johnnie (.cheinenlly)���������������������������". ain't  glad. I'a'll blame mc���������������������������he blames  me I'or Everything."  The average girl is prouder of  lm.' engagement ring limn sho ever  will bf of her wedding ring.  who was badly wounded while lighting for Garibaldi and Jtalian freedom. Ur. Manini, of Naples, lhe  celebrated polrilier of human remains, attended him during his illness, find ou his convalescence presold ed him wilh a ring made from  his own blood. On his return in  England he gave this jo his.nephew,  then fin undergraduate afc Cambridge, '.whose 'whimsical " fane,,  prompted liim, on his becoming engaged a year or two later, to usa  it is an engagement-ring.  In preference to a' conventional  jeweller's''bauble a well-known ac*!  tress selected as an engagement-j  ring an amulet that had erstwhile^  encircled the finger of an Egyptian*  mummy. An outre choice certain-}  ly. but nofc so ghastly as was thafc*  of a young society lady whose lov-.1  er. ab her earnest entreaty, pur*'  chased for hcr engagement-ring to  golden hoop that was reputed in  the course of a couple of centuries  to have been worn by no fewer than,  seven murderci's.-���������������������������London Tit-, its.!  It's easy  to  prescribe a remedy  for other people's ills- ���������������������������_ _.____.__ _��������������������������������������������� -1tf_5 __  4^  [';.  r> ������������������  CURE WAS QUICK  AND COMPLETE  DAME PARENT'S HEART    DISEASE CURED BY  DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS.  She Suffered   for Two    Years but  Mow Advises all Troubled a.s Slie  .Vas to (Jive Dodd's Kidney Pills  a Trial.  I       INTER?:STING OI.D "IAN.  St. Robert, Richelieu Co., Que.,  War. 23.���������������������������(Special).���������������������������"I recommend  Dcdd's Kidney Pills to all my  fi'i.nds."    Those  arc the words of  Dame Joseph Parent of this place.     . , . , n    ,. 11r        ���������������������������  llent' J-:'sl,cl's an" loss unworldly lolk, and  .'106 Year.   Old���������������������������Accompanied    Ka-  polcon on Trip to SI. Helena.  There is a man in a Sydney, New  South Wales, institution, presided  over by thc French Sisters of the  Little Company of Mary, who was  ldG on March _G. He is William  Johnstone and in 1S15 he "was cabin boy on H. M. S. Northumberland, thc _ ritish warship that took  Napoleon to������������������St. Helena. For a time  afterward he remained on thc island  as one of thc personal attendants  of the fallen Emperor.  His story has  been sifted by the  Dr.    Morse's  Indian    Root  Pills  enrf many common ailment* which  av? very different, but which all  arise from the same cause���������������������������a f. s-  tp'ii elop-ged with impurities. Tho  Pills cause the bowels to move  .���������������������������ocularly, strengthen , and stinm-  . lot. the kidneys arid open np the  j_--r><* of the akin. These ori. ins  immediately throw off the accumulated impurities, and Bilious-  nos . Indigestion, Liver Complaint,  Kidn������������������y Troubles,        Headaches.  Hhenmatism and similar ailm en's  vanish. Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot  T'ills  Sa ve    Doctor's    Bills  ITOCKS.  And the good dame gives exec  reasons why sho docs,, so. "For  two years,'"' she, says, "1 suffered  from Heart Disease, Headache,  Backache and a dragging sensation  across the loins. Seven boxes of  Dodd's Kidney Fills cured mc. 1  hope all who arc troubled as T was  will give Dodd's Kidney Pills a  trial.;;  Some people may ask how Dodd's  Kidney Pills, which aro purely a  Kidney remedy, can cure Heart  Disease. And the answer 'is simple. Diseased Kidneys fail to drain  the impurities out of thc blood. If  these impurities arc left in the  'blood they not only increase the  work of thc heart in propelling the  blcod through thc body, but act on  tho valves causing disease. Pure  blood removes the cause of the disease. Dodd's Kidney Pills make  puio blood by putting thc Kidneys  in condition to strain all the impurities out of it.  the-,  -M������������������  Thc trouble with trouble is that  it usually swoops down on us before wc havc a'chance,to sidestep  it.  tn  loca!  many  its initial  sli  ailment casilj  a cold is a  dealt with. Put  neglect it and tlie  result is  often thc development of distressing  seizures of thc bronchial tubes and  -Jungs that render life miserable for  "thc unhappy'victim.    As a first aid  .there is nothing in'thc handy medicine" line so certain in. curative re-  Eulta as Bicklc's ���������������������������Anti-Consumptive  Syrup, the    far-famed remedy 'for  colds ancl coughs.   .- . -  ���������������������������  - Sit down and -wait'for things t-o  come your way,' and the first thing  thao comes will bc thc wagon to  Haul you off to lhe county infirm-  '"ary- ���������������������������  As Firo Spreads in dry grass, no does an Inflammation i)i the throat _row down into tho lung...  Ileal promptly with a cold as with a lire, and  'when you begin to cough u_e Alloa's Lung Baltfaiu.  have no doubt that it is genuine. It is certain, at any rate, that  a William Johnstone was cabin boy  on thc Northumberland when Napoleon took that memorable voyage  Johnstone loves to tell anecdotes  of the Emperor, and of course,  never lacks listeners. He generally begins': "L was cabin boy under  Mv. AVilson and I used to look after  thc Emperor's cabin. Wc used to  havo many talks and I think he got  rather fond of mc."  When thc play "A Royal Divorce" came to Sydney, Johnstone  wa-'-- taken to see it and thoroughly  approved of it. Hc said thc man  who played thc part of Napoleon  was just like him���������������������������"same stand,  same walk, same face and hc had a  mark on his neck like Napoleon."  !_������������������__. CRONYNL&  Members Toronto Stock Eichar.gs.  Safe i.vegfments 2������������������I_a__������������������������������������^������������������_:Skiy  Refer as to .-jt.iudiiife' to any bxnk.  ' Wel lav o inovad to     __(������������������..     _������������������      _��������������������������� _.  our new hiiildin-;,      SO Bay 5?., T OfO....  EDUCATIONAL.  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They can be used  without fear by thc most'delicately constituted, as there arc no pain  ful effects  operation.  preceding    their gentle  FARMS   FOR   SALE.  NO   6289���������������������������100 acres   in  Cara  .To whom it may   concern:    Tin's   is   to  the Township of  idoc, in the County of Middlesex,  Foil, rich sandy loam, 5 1-2 acres orchard.  11-2 storey frnii.c house, 2 frame barns nnd  other outbuildings, a few rods lo public,  school, and close to church. 4 miles from  Strathrny  market  and  R.  R.   Station.  0. 6272-50 ACRE .IN 'MB TOWNSHIP  of Elandford, in tlie County of Oxford, r-oil, black clay loam, 2 storey concrete house,, frame bank barn with stabl '  injr under, other outbuilding., buildings  nearly new and in pood repair, situated  on fir.avel road..4 miles from Woodstock  market and R. R. Station. This advertisement appears in over 200 newspapers.  Inriuirers will please state tho paper in  which they saw this advertisement. The  \Veoforn l>al E-tate Exchange, Limited.  78 Dundas St.. London. Ont.  Few men appreciate freedom until they view it from the other side  of thc bars.  Painkiller in -winter checks chill., breaks up  cold; aiul thiii pie-rent's Htinmliit: _ Lagripj .  and KhouiiiiifcUni. Unequalled *i_ a liniment for  frost bites, chilblain:). bruUo., pp.'aln. Sold by  All druggists.   Only one A'ainkiller���������������������������Perry Davij'.  SAVED  FINGER.  One-half the world doesn't lie  awake at night worrying about how  tho other half lives.  Tj * RTTISII  COLUMBIA ��������������������������� FORT   GEORGE  lands,    50,0000    acres    fertile    wheat  and jiTixed fa ruling lands.. St-ml for   photographs    and    Mii'veyors'    reports.    Th  certify   that I have  used MINARD'f. LLN I-   V.ripht  Investment  Co.,   Dominion    Trust  M__NT myself as well as prescribed it in  my practice where liniment was required  and have ucvei" failed to get the desired  effect. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ..    '    -  C. A KING, M. T>.  . When a man fails in all his undertakings-he blames', his parents  for the way they brought him up.  Pains  Disappear' Before  It.���������������������������No  onc need suffer pain when they have  Building, A .uicouvi.  , B. C.  !7 OR S._LI_ OR  _XCJIA_  lots and farm   lands  incuts. Will  Jl. Mathews,  Toronto.  \NGT_, BUILDING  on easy pay-  buy western property. S.  Room 11 1-2 75 Yongo Street.  CLEANING ������������������  LADIES'        ���������������������������  WALKIRf  . OH-  OUTI _������������������  ���������������������������   a   ��������������������������� SUITS  Ou b* done perfectly bf oar FrtMh Prootsi.   Tiy tt  MIT18JI AMERICAN DV-IHO CO.  _������������������___;���������������������������__,   TORONTO,-  OTTAWA   ft QUEBEC)  Is Your Hearing Cood'  The' ITF.AR-O-PIIONK  will   (jive   you   thi''  .,   . ,-     ��������������������������� n_. ,     ,.  ,     ,.     benefits  of   good- hearing.   Send   tor   ..*'ee.  available     Dr.     Ihomas - '..'.electric i booklei,   giving   particulars   and     names  O'l.     H not in   thc  llOUSC   when  ro-! of   satisfied   users.   Also  quired   it cau  bo    procured at the < Social .Offer for a Month's   h���������������������������������������������m���������������������������-  1 _     , n i       <    l _,.      THE  BRAND ELECTRO OZONE  L MITED,  nearest store, as all merchants keep   ,nc ������������������������������������""  COSVEJ1-  ' COS SOYA TION IN  '    S A TION.  . If-people   only    said what' they  .thought, there'wouldn't bc so much  talking.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  You may havc notjeed that people  with big hearts usually havc small  pocket books.  T Only One "BROMO Q _ !NI_l_"  Tliat I.. I.AXATrVB   HKOMO   .T'l. INK.    Took  lm tlio signature of E.   XV. Cl.OVK.    L_n d the  world over to Cure a Cold in One !.)._.. 25c.  it for sale. Khcumatism and all  bodily pains disappear when it is  applied, and should they at any  time re turn, experience teaches the  use" of thc Oil how .to deal with  them.  He who knows no God outside his  church knows" none therein.  Minard's Liniment far Sale Everywhere.  Thc limit of satisfaction has been  reached ' when you beat the other  fellow at his own game.  Free to Our Readers.  Write Murine Eye Remedy Co.. Chicago,  for 48-page illustrated Eye Book- Free.  Write nil about Your Eye Trouble and,  they will advise as tc the Proper Application of the Murine Eye Remedies in Your  Bpccial Case. Your Druggist wilMell you  that Murine Relieves Sore Eyes, Strength-'  ens Weak Eye. Doesn't Smart, Soothes  Eve Pain, and sells for 50c. Try It in  Your Eyes and in Rahy's Eyes for Scaly  Eyelids and Granulation.  ��������������������������� Hatred is never so loathesome as  when it assumes a holy name.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO u DAYS.  PAZO OINTMK... .   it inwantoed to'cure any  es.a nt Itehiii .,   Mind.   Hlerliu'r or   Protruding  Pile., in 6 to 14 day. or money rofunddd.   50c.  The hedgehog and the,-porcupine  are truly a prickly pair.  - The never failing medicine/ Hol-  Ioway's Corn Cure,-: .removes all  kinds of corns, warts, etc.-; -even  tha most difficult to rcmoyvc cannot  withstand this, wonderful  remedy.  Never  judge  a man's worth -by  the amount of insurance hc carries.  3..   SpatJina   Avenue,   Toronto  What la tho Best Thin? to strengthen weak  back? "The D f& I" Menthol Plaator. It will  euro luinbaB') and rheumatism. $1 roll, mako  seven '/.-ie. plasters. Davis & Lawrence Co.,  Montreal.  No man believes in any real heaven who docs not sweat to makc it  rcaHiercr-- ���������������������������-��������������������������� ?������������������������������������������������������--  Too many  pathology of  tern of divinity  mistake    their    own  humanity for a sys-  A Pleasant Purgative.���������������������������Parmc-  Ico's Vegetable Pills aro so compounded as to operate un both the  r-itoniaeh and the bowels so that they  act along (lie whole alimentary and  .xcrctory-passage. They arc not  drastic in their work, but mildly  purgative, and lhe pleasure of taking them is mdy equalled by the  gratifying effect they produce.  Compounded only of vegetable substances ihe curative cpialities of  wliich were fully tested, they afford relief without    chance  of ui-  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator does not require thc help of  anv purgative medicine to complete  the cure,  convinces  Give it a trial and be  ���������������������������INVISIBLE.  Old'Lady���������������������������"What is thc title.of  tho picture, dear1."  Daughter���������������������������"' 'Dogs,' after Sir-Ed-  ,ward Landsecr."  Old Lady���������������������������"1 can see thc dogs,  .ut where on earth is Landsecr?"  NO BENDING.  Thc village Sunday School treat  was "in" full swing, andafter a rollicking time, the youngsters were  now  engaged  on a heavy tea.  Littlo Johnny, though unaccustomed to very rich faro, had been  eating until he could not accommodate another mouthful, and he was  consequently feeling slightly uncomfortable.  "Shall'1 lift you down, my little  Farmers admire a cut-rate grocer  until he cuts the price of butter and  Allan's Lung Balaam \i especially intended to  break up neglected c..u������������������li_i, and many hopeless  ca.o_ have been savod by its use. Contains no  opium iu any-l'oriu.  ���������������������������    THE JOLLIER.  He doesn't always mean it,  When he comes along each day  With a cheery bit of smiling  And a pleasant word to say.  I know he has his troubles  Andjif c isn' ball a 'song, ^  ;B Tf inic'FTnyi hl^tcrfoTgc tr^enr  As he jollies folks along.  He isn't all unselfish  Ah he greets his fellow-man;  He's quick to ask a service,  But he'll do onc if hc can.  His kindness is something  That.ill fortune cannot budge;  It's only just a jolly,  "But it's'better than-a-grudge.  Minard's Liniment Cure3 Dandruff.  Tho Sentimental One���������������������������"Alas,  many a smiling face conceals an  achiiighcart." The Literal Idiot���������������������������  "It seems to mc that an aching  tooth would' bc more likely to be  there.'  Mrs.  B. E/Berlwell, of 337 Pro-  Tencher Ave., St. Boniface, Winnipeg,  says ;��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ Somo timo ago niy children  took diphtheria, and while attending  them ths poison entered a email ecratofi  on the second finger of aiy left hand.  Thi.. became very sore and blood-poisoning Boon Bet'iu. For months after tho  children wero quite ve^l I was suffering frofn a shockingly bad finder. Tha  ���������������������������cratch was caused originally by a pin,  and in itself, w<va not at all serious.  Tho consequences, however, of neglecting th ia scratch, wero very serious to ine.  "When the blood-poisoning set in 1 tried  poullicosanda salve I had In tho houfte.  These, however, did not have the desired  o.i'ect. Quito on the contrary the Auger  became more and more swollen and dis-  oolored. It then began to fester, and I had  to call in a doctor. Ho lanced tho finger  i to let one rha pu.*, and you can ynagme  !i how painful tho linger was! Dc. ])lto his  oaro, ho . ever, it again festered and the  ointments,-liniments, und othor preparation., which tho doctor gave mo seemed  i absolutely unable tohrlngal_iit.:������������������ny relief.  " Tlie doctor thereupon ad vl1-"*-" rae to go  I info tho St. Boniface Honpiiu /; feared  i that if I went'to the Ho-<plt;i, ���������������������������,io finger  | would bo amputated. .We were told ol a  ; cascpIniilurtomyownSn which Zam-link  s hadetfectcdacure when everything eise  1 hail failed and the doctor had said that  J only amputr-"na could save the person's  I hand. ���������������������������  "We, (heii-foro, decided to give Zam-  Bnk a trial. A supplv was procured, and  wo'uoriiiuencKd tlio Zam-J_u_ treatment.  It only needed a fow days .to show the  H tvii*dom of thiq step. Thobloodpoinonlng  and Inflammation were reduced, the pain  ! b.uame lo.i acute, and it was evident  ,'vory shortly that the trouble was being  reducod to a loss and still les. area. We  porsevercd witli the Zam-Buk and in the  ���������������������������nd tho fostering soro was thoroughly  cleaned, then healed. In under three  week. from first commencing .with Zam-  Buk, tho flnsior w.s entirely well; and  had iroapplied_am-Ruk in theflrstplace,  Insfead/Of trying ordinary preparations.  no doubt I should have saved myself  hours .ind hours of acute agony."  All moth.M should note this <*s. -Zam-Buk  is a sure cure for blood-poisonlinr, fc_erinsr,  cuts,- scratches from barbed wire, .bruise*,'  e__em. .Mhes. tetter, ml. rbeuin, loot sores,  ulcers, piles, b*~d lejf. <rarIco'-e v������������������ins, and'all  _kin i������������������j_.i-_*i.d di_n������������������cs. .Con box, all drug-  rista Mid stores or _>o . f_ e from Zam-Buk Co.,  Torontn. for price. - Send lo stamp for postage ���������������������������  of (roe tml box..  Refuse all Imitations.  ARTICLES FOH SALE.  ^ OUTK AFRICAN VETERANS WAR-  k j 'J rants bought nnd sold, 320' acres.  Dickinson, Room 20. 43 Scott St., Toronto.--  WANTED - SOUTH     AFRICAN  .rants.    Highest price - paid.  Ross, Scott St., Toronto.  WAR  Fox &  MACHINERY  .1" v?is the  Try this  Sure  Way  Your  Clothes  DY-OLA  ������������������  You don't have to know what KIND of cloth |  Sour Goods are made of. SAME Dye for ALL-  'o chance of Mlstskos.   All colors io cents I  from your Dn*.(_t'i-t or Dealer.   Sample Card  and Booklet Freo. The Johnson-Richardson  Co., LEni.fr'. Dent. O., tftc.trcal, Que.  ______..._ _ . ���������������������������'    Mini_M_tM____���������������������������  manT' w.'is tne gcniic niciuiry of a  lady helper -who had noticed thc  youth wriggling about on the seat.  "Yus, please, mum," assented  Johnny, whoso distended anatomy  m_ de him hold himself as stiff as a  poker. "Yer can lift me down,"  and here his look was truly pathetic,  "but please don't bend mc!"  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  rKACTJSE MAKES PERFECT.  Old Lady���������������������������"I want you to take  back that parrot you sold me. I  find that hc swears very badly."  Bird Dealer���������������������������"Well, madam, it's  a very young bird. It'll learn to  swear better when it's a bit older." .   '���������������������������"���������������������������:.'.  *_***_���������������������������_���������������������������>___ 1_U> ___���������������������������  HE FAILED TO SEE IT.  Mr. Glosecoync (during his wife's  reception).���������������������������She gives 'em lights;  sno gives 'em music; she gives 'em  food, flowers, champagne, and  that'B what she calls receiving!  When You're Hoarse Use  fend for free sample to  tlonal Drue A Chemical  Dept. W. L._  Co., Toronto.  THE LINDMAN TRUSS ������������������ill hold any reducible  liemia Kndnrsed bv fmeiiio _ inodic.iI men.  Wnte for parliuulaid. ������������������. UN OMAN, (Kea'd).  Mont.iual.  APPENDICITIS  Cured without, operations. All who nre nf������������������  flirted ������������������ith thi" disease and wish to be  ctired porman .ntly, pnfel.v nnd quickly  with thii i������������������re,.t. Ilomeopnthlc remedy,  which will be pent post-paid . nywliere  In the world with full instruction1- for  nRlncr *���������������������������<> ns t'i effect n permanent cure.  Price   S2.   Addrp-**  4chn    T.  Walt,   Homeopathic    Pharmacy,  Arnprlor, Canada.           fi^DTNOL  The famous new discovery of the. ape,  positively, quickly, completely relieves  ancl cures Goitre, Thick Neck, Sciatica,  Swellings Bunions, Quinsy, etc. $i.oo,  or 6 for $5.00, mailed on receipt of price by  LYLE   MEDICINE CO.,   Toronto-  VI _:___ ERY 1LBADQUAIIKE11S.   -  i*i Iron and wood-working machinery,  encrines, boiler?, steam pumps, .gasoline  eu_inos, electric motors, contractor-,  machinery, etc. Send for catalogue of  over. JdCO machines. II. V/. - PKTRII3.  Limited.    Toronto.    Montreal.   Vancouver-.  .   ACENTS  WANTED.  VGENTS-S5   A    DAY    EASY.' -NO EX-"  perience    needed.     Sells   on    sight  .Absolute necessity to farmers.   Does work  of 30 men.   Pays   for   itself   in ono hoar.,  Write   to-day.   C. II.  Adams    Co., Sarnia,  Ont. .  1  .Ifl_    NORTHERN    LTFE    ASSURANCE  perienced iiihurance writers, also for  young men who desire to make money.  Address, John Milne, Managing Director  Northern Life, London, Ont.  CURE  .. . i.������������������$i mwcm_ TOR (OUGH ,\C������������������%_S  Gives immediate relief. The first  dose relieves your aching throat and  allays the irritation. Guaranteed lo  contain no opiates. Very palatable.  All Drum-lot*, 25c.  ISSUE NO. U-i0.  CXACMsitmU&PAJVli  Rndway'g Rea.iy Keliof I  cures the w..r.. pains in  from one to twenty  minute.   For Head-  aoho (s'.olt or n or v-  0 vi ���������������������������),   Tooth ache,  Nwalgia,    Rhoti-  mat .m. Lumbago,  pi. as. in the back,  si^ne .or. kidno;  pains around  t  ys.  he  fiver, pleurisy,  swellings of tho joints, *������������������d  p_lns of all kinds, use  RADWAY3 READY RELIEF.  _^_1/   l/PQ   Ralso Tham Without Milk  ff-Ali-If CO Booklet Krw.   >  ^^   Steele.lBrlggs Bstd Co., Ltd., Toroato.jOn*.  HOPE FOR THE DEAF-IN ACOUSTICOR���������������������������  ono of tho maivelH of the electrical   an*. ,  Ifi-hso Ihioualiout.the .world...Wiito.for-rata^-  Hoguo.   General  Acoustic Co., of Canada,  Ltd.,  468 Y ongs _ trsst. Toronto.   Marl alt's   Hair   Promoter  Crows Hair on any Bald Head  On  .ale  at   the  Robt.   Simpson's  Drug   Department,  Toronto,   Cat..,   or  the   Mnrlalt  Hair   Promot'np   Co..   Toronto.   Canada.  INVIGORATING TONIC  FOR RUN-DOWN PEOPLE  Your blood has become thin and weak.  The drain upon your system the past lew  months has been very great. You arc consequently feeling "all cut of sorts" and  "run down." Your appetite is bad and  you hardly have enough energy left to do  your daily duties, You should take  PS YCHINE, the greatest of Tonics, wilh -  out delay. This will put you on your feet  at once.  Gcnlicmcn :--"Iliave used PSYCHINE  and 1 do think it is the gteatefl tonic and  system builder known. I wouid advise all  who are run-down or physically weak lo  use PSYCHINE."*. Yours truly, Mrs. Jas.  Bertrand, West Toronto.  If yon are weak PSYCHINE will mile yon strong.  Fer Sale   _ ������������������11 Drtu.iiti & Dealtrs, SCc. & $1  per bottle.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  '���������������������������  TORONTO  ii_  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 2, 1910  The Great Cough  Remedy  Don't permit the clanger from  a severe cough to hang on! It  may lead to serious complications. Break it up ! ZIP will  do it. No cough too severe  i'or ZIP to overcome.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St.  Enderby  Published every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  S2 per year, by the Walker Press.  1  | Advertising. Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  I insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Con-  |    tract advertising:, $1 an inoh per month.  ��������������������������� Le������������������al Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  I    each subsequent insertion.  ' Readinji Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  JUNE   2,   1910  APPRECIATION WANTING  EXTRA!  Special in Suitings to Order  In order to further introduce tlie  famous "Hobberlin  clothes, we havc arranged with this  big Tailoring House to offer Nos. 581,  5S2, 583, 5S-1, 589 and 593 at $15.00.  The regular price of these goods has  been $22.00. They arc splendid  "Spring Cheviots" in the popular designs and colorings, and equal to  any $22 or $25 suiting elsewhere. It  will pay you to come out of your  way to leave your measure. No such  values have ever been ottered in this  town. It is only by "special" arrangement we have been enabled to  do so. Ask to see these numbers  when you come.  Wheeler & Evans  City Meat Market  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  In the   past   eighteen   months Mr.  Chas. W. Little has spent upwards of  | $1,000 in advertising the resources of  I the  Enderby-Mara   district.    He did  I not ask assistance from any quarter.  I The seed planted is producing a like-  i ly harvest.   Homeseekers have but to  .' go over the district and see what it  i has  to   offer   to   become interested.  j Many havc been induced to come here  ' through the efforts of Mr. Little and  ;the literature he   has put out.   Now  ; and   then   Mr.     Little     has   run up  j against     some   pretty   hard   bumps.  ���������������������������As is the case   with   every man who  takes the   initiative   in anything, he  ; has been   accepted   as the legitimate  iprey for the fellow  with  "something  else just as good" to sell.   There is  j apparent that lack of loyalty to the  man  who is doing things, and when  his back is turned the individual with  "something   as    good"   appears  profits by Mr.   Little's   work.   It is  made to order j an ������������������hi game that has been played for  centuries���������������������������lack of loyalty to the man  who  steps out   and   ventures.  PRO BONO PUBLICO  x  (Correspondents will ploase be brief and avoid  peraonalities. The Editor reserves the ri_ht to  reject any correspondence or part of correspondence that does not bear on the question at issue,  or treats the subject in a personal interest rather  than   in   the  interest  of the public.    Be brief,  A CREDIT TO THE OKANAGAN  The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  With the last issue the Vernon News  con-rmenced its twentieth year of publication. Wc are glad to offer congratulations. Thc Vernon News, under the able management of Mr. L.  J. Ball, and the conservative editorial work of Mr. J. A. MacKelvie, is  without exception the best all-round  newspaper published in the Interior.  It is the best newspaper published in  a town of equal population in Canada. This is not sweet stuff for  babies to chew. We mean it���������������������������every  word. L. J. Ball and J. A, MacKelvie are a team that it is hard to  beat, and we are as proud of the  News as they aro,  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir: ' During thc past three  years, the Indians on thc reserve  have been bitterly complaining of the  destruction of their field crops and  gardens by trespassing cattle, and  horses. The trespassing by stock has  been repeatedly brought to thc attention of the department and agent,  with no remedy to .date. Result:  someone of these pcople has taken  the'law in his own hands. From the  information I have received, the  facts are: It is a matter of common  talk amongst the members of the  Spallumcheen band that one A. Hub-  la sold a horse to a white man in  Armstrong. The horse returned to  the reserve and was found grazing in  the field and gardens; was tied up in  a stable for several days without  food or water, and was then turned  loose. Several days later the animal  was again seen in a garden on the  ' reserve.  Bayill found the same animal tied  to a tree many days later, where it  ind i 'ia(* starve^ t������������������ death. It was above  the upper road leading from Enderby  to Salmon River, about one mile  from Enderby. Bayill brought one  Michell to see the horse. They found  the feet had been removel (horse was  shod). A later visit by Bayill, he  found that all bones of the carcas  had been removed.  Such, I am informed, is the gossip  of the band. I am also assured that  this is the 20th century. Question to  me is, could such a damnable crime  be perpetrated in a civilized country.  Sincerely hoping that there is no  truth in the above, I am,  Yours  truly, CLINTHILL.  <SXs)$_>$_>$������������������<&S}$>_x^^  SUPERFLUOUS CHURCHES  ; Evangelist Charles Scoville has  i suggested that great good would re-  i suit from building bonfires of super-  J fluous churches.  | "En too many places," said the  i evangelist, "the number of churches  1 erected is entirely beyond the need o.*  the community, now and for a long  ;timc to come. They are living at a  and Double'poor dying   rate,   and   it   would be  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  Private   Livery  Rubber-tired Single  rigs; stylish drivers; new har-,better'Jif m������������������ny of the churches were  ness; everything up-to-date and jbl,rnccl aml these 1)e������������������i)lc gathered to-  well-kept.    When you wish a r_g!Bcthfr ln one lQrg.\cl,urcn- ancl the  - r,      ,        i  ��������������������������� i   _      ., .surplus money used to carry the gos-  for a Sunday drive,   speak for itjpel ,nto those flelds whcrc it has not  =eaTl3Cas^ny"_ii_ .t^t^rn^cjtits"are"; yet been  usually spoken for in advance  Anor Matthews  Cliff Street  PRICES  Quoted by The Columbia Flouring  Mills Co., Ltd., To-day  Moffet's Best Flour, $1.65 49-lbs  Three Star Flour,      $1.55'    "  Drifted Snow Pastry, $1.55    ' *  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.55   "  Graham Flour,     -    $1.45   "  Rolled Oats, $.85 per 20-lb sack.  Four Star Chop, $1.60 per 100 lbs  Per ton, $32.00  Three Star Chop, $1.55 per 100 lbs  Per ton, .31.00  Bran: $1.05 per 100 lbs.; ton, $21  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs.  "  Middlings, $1.20 100 lbs.  Oats, $1.20 per 100 lbs.  Oat Chop, $1.30 100 lbs.  Wheat, $2.15 per 125-lbs  Barley, SI.20 per 100 lbs.  Barley Chop, $1.30100 lbs  Whole Corn, $_. 00100 lbs.  Cracked Corn,$2.10 lOOlbs  $24  $24  $26  $34  $24  Summer  Clot h ing  Only one line���������������������������  THE BEST  I  Our large stock gives  you the best in patterns  and style to choose from  +o+o+o+<>+<>+c>+o+o4<>+c+o<>+^  Hats, Caps,  Light Underwear,  Shirts; Ties, etc.  <>^0+C+<+<>^<>+0+(>+0+0+0^-0- 0+0+0+0+0+0+C+<>+<>+0+0+0  Sh  oes  Walk-Over  Hamilton-Brown  "Made Wright"  McCready Classic  Ames-Holden  F. Slater  Every line a leader  in. its class       -     mm  Call for one of our Grocery Price ������������������  Lists, It will save you money.  Enderby Trading Go. Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies.  \^^^������������������^������������������<^������������������^������������������^<^4>������������������^������������������^������������������^.^������������������<$������������������^ <$������������������<$������������������<$������������������$>������������������^������������������^^<^>������������������^������������������^������������������<$>������������������$>������������������k>  $40  $42  ENDERBY  Hotel  heard.  Think of it,  625,000,000 who have  not yet heard the gospel at all, and  j yet in some   little   cities of a thou-  p    ,     ,     'sand inhabitants   you will find from  Underby jfjVG t0 scven   C[Uu.Cjlcs_   That town  ;should have one union church.      The  j other five pastors should be released  for a needier field."  The Home of the Old-Timer  and the abode of the New-  Kil _. TflM DANDELIONS  If your lawn  dandelion  pest,  is   suflering from the  here's a cure:   Take  Comer. All will find a warmjon(; imrt i,'on sulfate to four parts  welcome at the pioneerhousel:;'^I^v^,,t\ ^J.0 a solution  i oi v i    .     _      i        \ami    spiay    the    dandelions    in    the  aild yOU 11 be made tO feel attorning of the first warm day. One  home, 2.0 matter When yOU.application is generally sullicicnt. If  hailg Up yOUr hat. jKomc P'!"its are    persistent, sprinkle  G. E. MANNING, Proprietor^1!1. *r* .,r?n f^ ,n thc GVC������������������i������������������^  ' ������������������ ol   t.n_   lliir-fl     i-l.nr     _h_���������������������������   ii..   ������������������nr_vi_.  J__������������������vth_ _ii_Sp___ig_Seed=Wheat$41  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00  Timothy Hay, "   $21.50  Upland Hay, "   $16.50  Also a full line of Rolled Oats and  Wheatlets for table use.  Free delivery to any part of Enderby.  Terms: Net Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B   C.  I E. J. Mack  ; Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ; ENDERBY, B. C.  Enderby  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  .of the third   day   after the  | was done.    This will kill the dandelion plants, and not injure the grass  any extent.  to  The man  who  thc interest    of  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyono Bonding a sketch and description may  quickly ii.cort.nln our opinion froo wlio.hor an  Invention is probably patentable). Cotiuminlca.  tlona strictly conlldontliil. HANDBOOK o" I'atonU  sent froo. Olclost aponcy forgocurliiK patonlb.  Patents takon tlirouRli Munn & Co.' rocolvo  tpedaI notice, without char .0, lu tho  Scientific Jltticrica tt.  A handsomely Ulnitrufd weekly. _.(. ������������������t circulation of any nclcntlllc Journal. Tern ib for  Canada, $3.7!> a year, postane prepaid. Hold by  all ttow-dualuri.  MUNN &Co.36,Broad^ New York  Branch Office, 62S V St* Washlni_ton, D. C.  speaks thc truth in  what is right may  ;.suffer in tlie present, but he will be  j living when those who throw stones  | at him have returned to the mud  [from which they sprang.���������������������������Greenwood  ! Ledge.  j    If you   would    build   a city out of  'this town  then    be cheerful,   tell  the  truth  and  live  it, and keep  on sawing wood.  Tlie  lowing bowl looks like a  J of happiness to some men���������������������������until  1 morning after.  cup  the  " Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  |> Prompt attention to all customers ���������������������������  J>     Land-seekers  and  Tourists in-  X vited to give us a trial.  Bank of Montreal  -Gapit_lr$-l-4r400f-000=  Established 1817  ���������������������������Restr$12.000;000-  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary President, Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.  -President, Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K, C. M. 0.  Vice-President and General Manager,   SIR EDWARD OLOUSTON, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT e^^^?t^s__{���������������������������l^u���������������������������  Branches in Okauag-an District: Enderby, Armstrong, .Vernon, Ktjowna and Summerland ���������������������������  A. HENDERSON, Esq,, Manager, Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. EndeWby  G  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  Marcellus Junior  (14758)  ..ported Direct from Scotland last Fall, and won Cup a  Grand Championship at Seattle & Victoria Exhibitions  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.  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 ancl stand for service as follows: Monday morning, leave Stepney  Ranch; Enderby, noon; over night and till Tuesday noon at Hazelmere ranch  (Mr. Waddell .); Enderby, Tuesday eve.; Wednesday morn., leave Stepney  Ranch; Armstrong, noon; Knop Hill, (Petrie's Ranch), over night and till  noon Thursday; Armstrong, Thursday night and Friday morning, returning  home Friday evening via L. W. Hartwell's ranch.  Terms: To insure, $25.00; reduction made on three mares and voer.  ti j r> j?  Marcellus [4683] (11110)  Lord Stewart 5976] (10084)  Macgregor [44 6] (1487)  Farmer [3056]  286  Garibaldi (318) _ __J. *-* * -*- *  ^.  Thursday, June 2, 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  WATCHING THE MILK SUPPLY  Refrigerators, from $15 to  $50  Garden Hose  Ask to see pur   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  Jjist the thing for the warm weather  BICYCLES  AND    .  BICYCLE SUPPLIES  OF ALL KINDS  WE HANDLE FAIRBANKS  GASOLINE ENGINES  FOR ALL PURPOSES  . Screen Doors  Screen Windows  McClary's Stoves, Furnacesarid  ,       Ranges .  bath;tubs'-.    siNTrc\  -:  LAVATORIES���������������������������WATER .CLOSETS   .  ^ IRON PIPE .-,-. .  -   .-,'  LAUNDRY TUBS  J'tt  FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS - .     .  Poultry Netting, $3 to $6 per roll  . Planet Junior Cultivators   -  $5.75 to $17.00������������������  A, Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  ___  ==^JCONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  If you want to  Buy, Sellor  Trade  A   FARM  A   FRUIT   LOT  A  HOUSE  A   BUSINESS   LOT  or A   BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby,  Vernon, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to me.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������-  ANOR L.  MATTHEWS.  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Article* Rep a rod  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  Some months ago the City Council  deemed it advisable to inspect all  places .from* which milk was supplied  to customers. At. that time the question of passing " a by-law regulating  dairies was considered, but on learning that the Provincial Board of  Health had already stringent regulations governing such places, the question of by-law was dropped. At this  season of the year, when there is so  much danger from impure milk, and  the housing of cows in unsanitary  quarters, it might be well to look into the regulations prescribed by the  Board of Health. Of course, we have  little to fear since the excellent service furnished by the Glen Gerrack  dairy^ has been generally adopted in  Enderby, still there may be some dispensers of the lacteal fluid who are  not aware of the regulations. Without going into the regulations and  reproducing then? in full, let us site  briefly some of the points covered  by the regulations, which are made  to apply to "any person keeping cows  with the object of selling milk; and  shall include any farm, farm-house,  cow-shed, milk-store, milk shop, or  other place from which milk is supplied, or in which milk is kept for  the purpose of sale."  Such places, the regulations provide, shall be open to inspection by  a medical health officer or other inspector. Every cow-shed shall be  lighted by windows, and openings  shall be provided for. the proper ventilation of the shed. The shed shall  be kept sweet and clean, and shall be  .cleaned out not less than once a day*  It shall be whitewashed not .less than  twice a year, once during the month  of May and once during the .month of  October. Proper drainage shall be  provided,-and the water supply shall  be continuous and pure. - All dairies  shall be properly lighted and ventilated, and the matters of cleansing,  drainage, and-'water-supply- are "dealt  with specifically. All milk-shops and  milk-stores shall be kept thoroughly  cleansed, and all milk-vessels shall be  cleansed by. steam or boiling water.  - _-Milk intended for sale shall not be  -kept, in any room or place "where it  would be liable to become infected or  contaminated by impure air; in any  room used as a kitchen or living  room,- or in any room or building  communicating directly by door, window or otherwise, with any room  used as a sleeping room, or,in which  there- may be any person suffering  from any infectious 'or contagious  disease, or in any room or building  in which there may be any direct inlet to any drain. -   -  No cow shall be milked for the purpose of-obtaining milk for sale whose  udder and teats' are not thoroughly  clean, and unless the hands of the  person doing the milking are thoroughly clean and dry,' and free from  all-^infection"^"and==^contltoHn_Ction7  The cow must be free from disease,  and free from any discharge, and has  "cleaned", and unless the cow from  which milk is obtained is a longer  period than twenty days before or  five days after calving.  All milk rooms shall be situated at  least ten feet from any cow-shed; a  cooling room_.with facilities - acceptable to the Board shall be provided;  milk shall not be allowed to "stand"  in the cow-shed.  "Calving" cows must be kept separate from milking herd till "cleaning" in complete; cows suffering from  any infectious disease must be kept  separate from milking herd. Cow-  keepers and' dairymen must have s\  certificate from an official veterinary  surgeon that cows from which milk  is obtained for sale are free from  tuberculosis, such certificate to hold  good six months from date of issue.  Clause 26 provides that the Board  of Health shall _ be notified of any  occurrence of a case or cases of infectious disease, such as typhoid, scarlet fever, or diphtheria, in or about  the premises, or in the family of anyone employed about the premises  where milk is kept for sale or distribution; and that "it shall be unlawful for any person suffering from  a contagious or infectious disease,  such as typhoid fever, scarlet fever,  or diphtheria, to handle, transport,  deliver^ mix, taste, work over, or  distribute milk, in or about the place  where milk is stored, sold or distributed, or to serve as a milker or milk  man.   No   vessels   which    have been  handled   by   persons    suffering from,  such disease shall be used to hold or  convey milk.  A penal clause makes the violation  of any of the regulations punishable  by a *fine not exceeding, $100, with or  without imprisonment not exceeding  six months.  AN ELEPHANT'S  CONCLUSION  teacher asked the mean-  words   "tripping"   and  One day a  ing of the  "conclusion."  "Mary, you please give the meanings," said the teacher.  "Tripping means running and conclusion means the end of anything,"  answered Mary.'  "That's right, Mary. Now, Johnny  you give me a sentence with these  words in it."  Johnny stopped to think a moment  and then answered: "The elephant  came tripping down the hill with a  tin can tied to his conclusion."  NOT A BRIER PATCH  A teacher having occasion to complain of the dirty condition, offensive  to the nose, of one of her boy scholars, sent a message to the parents  asking that "the boy. might be kept a  bit cleaner. A reply came from the  irate mother .couched in the following  expressive- terms: "My Ike ain't no  rose, so don't smell him; but learn  him." ...  You can learn a good deal about  women by pretending indifferency.  One-Acre Lots  Enough for a comfortable home, and a really good investment to cut up as tbe town grows: Viz. six full-sized lots  for a reasonable price for one.  Price, $250.00 to $400.00  Terms, 1-4 cash; balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 7 per cent.  .,    If you want one, BUY NOW !   Fifteen Lots were sold  the first day.   Soon none will be left. .  The Flewwelling property of 40 acres, situated between  the river and the railway,* in Enderby townsite, is the coming:.  residential part.      Only 5 minutes' walk to City Hall, and  all good level land. ��������������������������� ., \  Plans may now beseen at Mr. Flewwelling's, or will be ~  shown by A. L. Matthews, or���������������������������  Chas. W. Uttl<>  REAL ESTATE AGENT.  MARA and ENDERBY  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  ______ '     u  ���������������������������   Larkin School. ���������������������������  '  SEALED TENDERS, subscribed  "Tenders for Larkin School" Building," will be received by the Hon.  the Minister of -Public Works'up'to  and- including Wednesdayr':8th'-- day of  June, 1910, for the erection ."and completion of a large "one-room school  building at Larkin, in the Municipality of Spallumcheen,' Okanagan Electoral District."  Plans, Specifications, Contract,' and  Forms of' Tender'may be seen on-and  after the-19th day of May,'.1910, at  the offices of J. M. Wright, Esq./  Secretary of School --Board, - Armstrong; Government Agent, Vernon;  and the Department of Public Works,  -Victoria. ~ '"   ' .  Each proposal must be* accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank  of Canada, made payable to the Hon.  the Minister of Public Works, for a  sum equivalent to 10 per cent, of the  amount of the tender, which, shall be  forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into contract when  called upon to do so, or if'he fail to  complete the work contracted for.  The cheques or certificates of deposit  of ��������������������������� unsuccesslul tenderers will be returned to them upon the execution of  the contract.  Tenders will not   be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,  signed^with^the^actuaHsignature^of-  the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  F. C. GAMBLE,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works, Victoria, B. O.,  16th May, 1910.  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs,     "  When Paddv Murphy shook the snow of Sandon*_   .  off. his feet ne came here, and now owns one of    - "���������������������������  finest brick hotels in the. country. - - Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his-  '���������������������������'<  hotel the King Edward.. In addition to* the,ex-;  cellence of the meals, breakfast, is served up to 10 , "-;  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."/ .-;',  > (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.) _   .  King Edward Hotel, r^iJflJRPHY Enderby  * *.  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������,��������������������������� ���������������������������. ���������������������������   _������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������. ��������������������������� ���������������������������"���������������������������' ������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������.���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ������������������ >.������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������">" "  Hazelmere  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  Headquarters for Choice Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  n  J  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese v  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.   "  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns and  White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.   ���������������������������'- -  MRS; WADDELL, Prop.  ��������������������������� .���������������������������.���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� t ���������������������������  ...   Enderby, B. C;  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������.  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies-  A Life Insurance policy'in thc Royal lnaurai.ee Co.  of Liverpool, Er_,, ia a valuable asset. A plain,  ���������������������������tralghtforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt aa to its value.  Th. Liverpool A London A Globe In*. Co. ,-  Th. Pho_ii_ Insurance Co. o_ London.  Britieh America Assurance Co.  -     ^     .  ^^RoyalInsuranceCoofLiverpoo_~"(L4fe~d __)'  The London & Lanoashire Guarantee A  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK, ENDERBV  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  /.''  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. .A large stock now  on hand.   Reasonable prices for large or small quantities.     By farthe cheapest,  material for asubstantial house." Cool in's urrimef; warm in winter:   saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  Prompt   attention given to orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Perns,  Variety.  and House Plants in  We can   still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  cut at the present time  on  Our Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  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.  And it sometimes happens, perhaps  not in Enderby, that when a woman  sees her husband look happy and consented she thinks there must be some  thing wrong with him.  The only devil you need have any  fear about is the devil of fear. In  small towns he is the devil that  plays hob with progress and makes  individual soul life wither and die.  r-,\ If you only had more.'manner,  min' your clothes were fashionably  made, you would far excel the city  t. rls,'' he said, a compliment wlncli  to .Maude seemed rather equivocal.  When  he    was    there before,  he  OR, THE NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL HILL.  had  not. presumed  . tvle  of dress, lml  CD A PTKK  .XL- -(Cont'd)  ii criticize    hei  he did so nov,*.  quoting the city belles, until,  hall  'in earnest, half in jest.  to liim.  "If you  think  '_ .shion  you might not  co mi try girl.  j     "Pshaw !'" returned ,'  'you   all   the belter  for  y< u  please,   and   still  could  acnuire  a  .Maude said  s:u much. of  to marry  a  . C. ������������������������������������������������������! liko  dressing as  wish     you  upon  Ins  lace,    she    s.-n.i   lo   hun  ���������������������������'Veil think your home is not a de-  tor  don't  care  little   city   polish,  to   have,  mv   wife  the subject of remark. If .Maude  Clendower comes in the spring,,  vou  can  learn a great deal  of her  PAGE WHITE FENCES  Page Fences vrsr.r nest���������������������������Stylos for Lawns.'Parks', Farihs nnd Railroads,    14.000 miles of Prko  ���������������������������Kor.C'-S and 73,000 Page dates now In use in Canada. Our 1910 Fences arc better than ever.   P������������������ae  Gales (or 1910 Uave Galvanized Frumea.   Gel our latest prices and booklet.  THE  PAGE WIRE FENCE CO., LIMITED  Largest fence rind Bale manufacturers in Canada  V/ALKERVILLE     TORONTO      MONTREAL      ST. JOHN      WINNIPEG  '  EOS'  VICTORIA  .She had humbled her/elf to say that  sh_ re.retted her girlish freak, ana j  he' had so far unbent his dignity j  as to sav that he could not under-  .!_ nd whv she should be willing to  leave, the luxuries which surrounded her and go with him. a plain,  old-fash.oned'man. Maude Glcndowcr scorned to make him think  (hat it was love whieh actuated her.  :ind she replied, "Xow that my  aunt is desd. 1 have no natural prelector. 1 am alone and want a  home.'" , .  "But-  mine   is   so' different,      lie  said:   "There   are  no  silk curtains  - .here, no carpets such as this "  "Is  .Maude     Remington  there  the  ladv asked,  and  in    hei  black eves there  was  a dewy  tenderness,   as  she     pronounced   that  name.  "Maude liemingt.on !���������������������������yes. ' the  ilo. lor answered. -'Where did you  hear of her! -My sister told you..  I suppose. Ves, .Maude is there.  _hc. has lived with ine ever since  her mother died. Vou would havc  liked .Matty, I think.'' and the doctor felt- a' glow of satisfaction in  having thus paid a tribute to the.  in en ior;.  an ice-house.  ���������������������������course'.'  he ouestioncd hcr of'mother to know you, Mamie.  I -ll..*    will      OUl;   lie    i{ m.onw ������������������������������������������������������<-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������   " ���������������������������     " ~ .. ,, , ,  narlo,,S "'the five thousand  which  was  to be. will like you, J am sure. Lor she al-  v  large  Poor  doctor!     Double   ,  i  J   . .       ,       .���������������������������     ������������������������������������������������������,i   (iMU.,M. ' ttlO   live   iii<iiih.ui������������������.i    i-i������������������'<."        ���������������������������- _    ���������������������������   .      '      r   l     -'-'  tow w_ndow_-K*e-hou.e. aad   lowu ^    ^    oisrhtecnth birthday,; ways tiniiks as I do.  gaulon-he had none���������������������������uiulc the ������������������l(a ���������������������������    ' j  va..uoiv hinted  that  hc might j    This letter was far more pleasing  carryall luid long, since ceascu to ao;-^.   it& to "set himself up in  busi-: t0 Maude's    taste    than    were the  its duty, and its place was supplied --^     He  had    made    no arrange-; oranges   and   figs,   and    Louis  was  by an open buggy, drawn by a nor-, ^--^ fo^ho hlUirCi \vl Sll_d. there; suffered to monopoli_e tho latter���������������������������  rcl   nag.      13r.t   Maude   l.le-uto-ici ; ^ -������������������������������������������������������  -^ pnouirll in thc :sp.-ing, and' a privilege which lie appreciated as  could  do  with lum   what ixaty ancl ; "^..^j^.^ ,- wilh h(.r again <lur- ������������������������������������������������������ children  usually  do.  Matiy could not have done   and ;u-; ^ ^M ho  k.fl hcr 0jUilei     ARei. ihc i10ijdays. J.   C   paid a i  ter his  return   to   l.aure1     ti .1,   tic ,     < in   ;^  U)  Nvl|Clhci. slic   . ere   ��������������������������� il]sr  Y;sit   t()   Uurel   Hill.   where;  was   more i.:.nn once clo������������������e,cw    ���������������������������* ^.^ hcr (j,. ���������������������������()t  iMaudc. to whom    he    conhactl in.->..-  niun of improving the place, asking  The next day she was greatly comforted by a long letter frum Jumcs,  _uurel  his presence caused quite as much (  pain as pleasure,, so anxious he-:  .seemed to return. Kochcster could ;  iko  well    exist    without  him,  one!-  her  if slie thought    thc    profits of' lone tl  _\  next year's crop of wheat and wocd .why wrote occasionally, evincing so  would meet- the whole expense, j much int. rest in "Cousin Maude,"  Maude guessed at random that it ��������������������������� that he always succeeded in mak-  v.T.uld, and, as money in prospect; ii>g hcv cry. though why she could  sc-cvus not quite so valuable as j not tell, for his letters gave her  rnr,ney in hand, the doctor finally j mere real satisfaction than did  concluded to follow, out Maude' those of J. C. fraught as thc iat-  Glendower's suggestions, and. to1' were with protestations of con-  greatlv to the surprise of the neigh- _st.ncy  and   love.     Slowlv   draggeu ,  -    lhc  weeks,  and  the  holidays werc,vdlcn   wearying of    ihe    same  o  at hand, when she received a ihes--,  sage   from  J.   0.,   saying   he could  not possibly co:r,e as he had prom-.  is;e<l.    Xo reason was given for this  change in his plan, and wilh a- sigh  of  disappointment,   Maude   turned  would suppose, from hearing him i  talk of the rides hc planned, the;  surprise  parlies   he  managed,  and',  ; the private theatricals of which hc ;  ; was the leader. j  I    "Do they pay you well for your;  1 services?"   Louis asked   liim   once,!  bors,  the  menccd.  repairing process  1 o1  com-  CHAPT-Elt XII.  The October sun had painted the  Is .'  ^o}7,his.j.wifc^yry:':y;': ;:  ' uidc/likeMieryniother V:  the  lady asked: a deeper glow upon her  !���������������������������        1   the  expression  of   hei  interest  she fell  forest- trees with the gorgeous tints  .���������������������������keek,   and   tl  face   evincing  the  in the answer.  "Xoi, at all."   returned  the doc-  ...^   ]if(j  !.,_���������������������������     ���������������������������-Matty    was    blue-eyed  and     .,,/ Uv..  fair, while Maude is dark,  and  re-  .enibles  her father, they say."  The white jeweled hands were  1-hii.pcd together for a moment, ancl  then Maude Glcndowcr questioned  hiin of the other onc. .Matty's child  of autumn, and the November winds .to "> letter from Xrellie, received by  had changed them to a more sober j the same mail.' After dwelling at  hue, ere J. G.  Ue- Vere came again :length upon thc delightful time she  hue, ere J. G.  U<* Ycre came again ��������������������������� -������������������       y -   Neilic    lokc  to Laurel Hill.    *cry regularly ne     ���������������������������������������������. la      _ .                   ^  wrote   fo Maude-kmcl    loving let-Jo*      ^    v Christmas week.    Mr.  lers, which helped to cheer her so-  ���������������������������    n    au i ������������������ Tvanhoe,   shc  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������- ���������������������������        .,, ���������������������������      _;���������������������������)(>  Vere  was  to  be Tvanlioe,  No lie still  remained , u': . N^ ������������������   ^ ,    ,     ���������������������������,>;.������������������������������������������������������.,  with   Mrs.  Kelsey,   and though she ;--^   0^ l   ,^''"  bad so  far forgiven   her  stepper.        -u ������������������ ^  ts I.,  write to hcr occasionally, she  :"si;C;  c.  wrote,  in  the  ,.;-,-  of aniinosii  .her ;lovci  ..���������������������������ia his. Very tenderly the doctor  (allced id' his un fortunate boy, tci-  liu'r of hi.s soft brown hair, his an-  g< I face and dreani\* eyes.  still cherished toward her a feeling ll'arty.    Pie really begins^., appear  for having stolen away ; more as he used lo do.   He has not  .,   .���������������������������,.,_. i forgotten you. though,   for lie sail  On his return t. Kochcster, J. Qythe other day   you   would  makc a'  De   Vere   had  fully   expected   that'splendid Rebecca.    Tt takes a dark |  his engagement woukfbc the theme ;pei son for that,  J. believe!"' j  of every" tongue,  and hc had  pre- i    Miiuclc knew the reason now why!  like "Matt.  ''' the l.dv* ,)ilrctl hin1;;c1^"1' i]��������������������������� attack. How. i-J- C. could not possibly come, and,  KaitL more to hers. If than her (.J-llllcn. wtls 1k- surprised fo iind ihatjthc week she    had    anticipated  so j  panion. who proceeded lo sneak of!no onc  ha(l  ibo-  leasl suspicion  of, "men  seemed dreary  enough    not-'*  c.  as a i_ .i-airon of lowlinessi '*> {h������������������"Zh "'������������������">��������������������������� Joked him lor hav- withstanding it was enlivened  oy a.  virtue/   :'l   shan't like hcr    I ��������������������������� !ilS quarreled  with Xellie.- as lhey!hox  ot  oranges  and iigs from   nor  'tiie l.idv thought.' "but the! wf-rc sui^'hc bad done, by his not,  i..ii.:.   two."  how her _icarl bound-! "fuming when sue did.  c.l at the thouahts of folding them!    .Mvs-   Kc]so*    lliul     changed   hei  ��������������������������� " '   M"'1  ������������������������������������������������������'"ilvivl to sav nothing  LEGACIES  Make your own will. No lawyer's fo.es.  T:< _al Will rorms and Rperjimon Copy,  25o^   All kinds Log;il Fornifl game price.  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Louis K'Minedy. weeping thai hi.s'  mother wa? inrgolien, hail nothing^  to fe:u- froin Maude Olendower. ���������������������������  for a ehild of .Matty Hcininglon was,  a Kin;red irusi lo hcr, and when as.  liir do.lur bade hrr good night, he"  said a train. " Vuu will 1'md a great,, '  contrast,   between   ymir   home' and  qu.Milly nu;t. scrupulously icfran  nniie."   she  iinsw.red,   ''1   shall  be     '  I'ciilcii'ied   if  Alaude  and   Louis-nre  the doctor  she shmik  there."  "And Xi'llie too.'  ih il. unwilling tha!  iat rh'ol'cd.  "Ves.   Xdlie  (no,  Fwc red.     the     eNpression  mi'iiih   indic.-ii.inp:   that-   \'i  he  lady  of  'tie  ad-  be  an-  her  t oo.  of an affai.- which  would never prove-  ���������������������������ind the result sh.owed thc wisdom  of her proc-ee-ding. _\o une spoke  of Maude, to J. ('... for no one knew  f hcr existence, and both Mrs.  Kf Isey and    Xellie.  whom    he  fre-  M  '      cfi. "lined  from mentioning her name. At (irst  h.~[ felt annoyed, and more than  onue was tempted to tell of his engagement, but as time wore on. and  IS THINNESS  EMBARRASSING  TOnTiTimmirJ riri<>^a-iiriHU-;;i<M  HOTEL TRAYMOR  ON TIIE OCEAN FRONT.'  ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.  ,,., a���������������������������,| VoiiOi���������������������������While Kvch Tliose;|  Well Along in Vears 1'refei' \V������������������������������������  I .'csci'iidion liierea.se:. WcigliJ.  A scrawny, gangling youth or  maiden is almost invariably slighted, overlooked or ridiculed in any  social" gathering.-- There is soine-  aboul a plump or well propor  A tMSnlficont, Ur������������������-rtorj-flra-proof addition Is Jn. being completed, making th������������������������������������'*,B""  hoattlVy the nowort and r_e:Ht up-tf. Ut������������������ of Atlantic dly UoUU. A new (eatum is *��������������������������������������������� ui.aiu .1  vze of tho bad roonij, ������������������veragiug 16 feet square.  Every room ccmra. ������������������d_ an n'cu_n tiew, b_th attMlied with ������������������a *nd Irssh "**���������������������������' Jjj'1''*,1:  clans In orory ohamber.   Temporaturo rogulaUd  by Tbonno.dadt. th.  Iftte.t|^������������������'eV.?'__..,!_���������������������������  _-**m L?.tiu������������������.   TeLplioM in ivory rooui.   (iol_ privil������������������aaiv Capacity l������������������0.   Write fortlk^.a.od  booklst.  CHAiiLE* O. MARQUETTE,  Manager  TRAYMORK HOTEL COHFANY,   -    D. Sr WiliTli, Prasid.nl  un*-.  lier  an  gageiiieut, uui. ������������������ih turn. ������������������..,,������������������������������������������������������,  tiling ..._������������������..., ,.  .  he became more and more inicrr sL- j LionuU   figure '  which    at tracts ' not  ed iu city gaieties,  he thought los.jo:,:y  friend-hip. but love and adu-  i'ref|iu".Uly of the dark-eyed ..Maude. < lotion as well,  who, with fewer s-ourcts of amu.e-;     people with a   proper amount of  .UUilllii  meni.  was each day ihinking more. (|(s|  aro favored in all walks of life,  object,    .ifV"ind'.fferei.r.-  ,,/n'sd hmmt uf him. Still, hc \v;is suro: ^i,i|..  the   Ihin  are  unb'lef-.sed,   un-  i he !o\ed her, and one morning near* welcome   -tU]L\   frcrpieiuly   mis.erablc  '   '"'-   -I:'''' .������������������..������������������   1,'nv   i'm   the  the  lhe   d.ocior   is gone  di hi-tl  IlCCV.lII  ]Iou:h\   iK'ai  ...u  and   at  hv.   he  hU  the  .���������������������������,���������������������������,���������������������������,.    .."Yin-limber,   when  he.f.,r life.    The dilTorenec lies in the  ,,-,,.   ,".V-'i  letter  from her saying, . power of the digestive functions a_d  ,M.���������������������������  is'!-   V    ijmctimcH very lonely, ,i.ul, !;,e ability of iheh ood and nerves;  m       ���������������������������  ,.'    -l      <l.-.i     von    were     here.     he. u,  absorb  and  distiihutc  o\u   tu_  ���������������������������'^Hvl^u.d'1';;    iilh  1.1���������������������������>��������������������������� inH.cU,:;l���������������������������a.v  the   ���������������������������������������������.r.li���������������������������n o^ded .rom  '',..!��������������������������� iui.li'iv In-, wi-.s fully a-.vav. ol: iho. luoil oulon.    M,u.ln Gl,,<l,,fnr. iLi: ".;,;,, Lnonlic.s. I,,  found h....-i    Thc U..������������������ .   "on ������������������ Kl.norn.uK.ml,  .   n \.1,m! bifiev ie-u'='vli licki'U-d for    C'auandaigul, ancl  .';'.u":"-' h.\l si* _"V',AnAU:,:_. \;.xt: ..h,���������������������������,-* u������������������������������������ k���������������������������������������������. .,  lie  .-ino  wi.  But  ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������ '"  oh.  ."it  ICtV  shrank  from lhe man  sne ��������������������������� locking  from    his    window,    and  ." . Z:������������������'"Z<i Vk' ito,.':������������������S ..o-! walchius Mm daily stage ,is. it carao  ;^,:h;.li^ ;������������������������������������������������������hi,,.. ������������������i..- ^.uw ������������������p ^ ^ ���������������������������^"^ uui'  II- w:i������������������ ri'ie-iooking.--he st .od we  in 1  Wil':  had fihf  hold  il  ���������������������������.I'll)!'-,   '  world.--he was rich while she  ,<ji\    i.l.it nol for ihis ^alono,  c promised to be his wife.. To  mdc   Kemingtoii  within   her  ,. look into her eyes, to call  his daughter child  k! rongest reason_ r.if  ���������������������������wa.s it strange tha  hIic slept.  she   wa-  tiiis was the  them nil. And  when at. last  a girl again,  looking across the collegt  i-alch a glimpse of ''.ine  fers'uee had nuule hcr what, sin  jvits, a s.Hish  rd wi.iuaii.  There w,.  . n< - in i nr_. nnd then  hei,  but  ind-    iin,;  ,.l_  "He's come���������������������������he's come!"  A \iy\- moments more, and Alaude*  whs clasped in J. O.'s arms. Kissing her forehead, her cheek, and  hv: lips, he held her off and looked  l.o see if shc had changed. Shc  had, and hc knew it. Happiness  and contentment are. more certain  beau ti lie rs than the most powerlul  cosmetics,  und under the combined  '"eels of both  Maude wjis greatly  X lie     i-ii.i,    j... .   links the power to absorb and  re  tain   the   flesh    aad    fat  elements j  wliich the gastric juices in  the sto- >  mach and intestines should extract  or separate from all kinds of food  and drink.  A recent accidental discovery has  proven that tincture cadoniene when  blended with certain other drugs,  wil! add from one to three pounds  of liesh per weede during treatment,  while the general health and  strength also improves wonderfully.  Get in a half pint bottle, three  oiu.ees of essence of pepsin and  three ounces of syrup of rhubarb;  then add one ounce compound essence cardiol ; shake and let stand  green to j i  .  who",- indif-' improved.     She   was happy, hi   he.  ' engagement,   happy u>   the ".creas- , ���������������������������.,........... -^ ; -^ tinc.  lu);u-,-0d  respect it brough   her   r;,m        ���������������������������       ,������������������ ^  .^ ^U,   ..ouud, (not car-  irnends. and happy, ton, ,    t c j -���������������������������������������������  ^     s,   k ���������������������������  ;lml   t.lko    u  lHolll(���������������������������. inlcjrvit!W next; usual   kindness   o    her  s,   p a      ,. ��������������������������� h ������������������������������������������������������);   ^\j(ifm.t  ;uk| a{tcr incal,  %tts ^. i^l)::: s:%X x ^^ ���������������������������= ^^ >*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������of ���������������������������wiacv bctwoon  MOTOR :GARR1 AG ES  AWARDED DEWAR TROPHY.  V.'Ui'.i  in hi  nt k  .1 her  shining   eyes  (.'. told her she was  ������������������  beau'-il'o.  1 h.i.*u*: a  ml when retiring.  The De-war Challenge Trophy is ..warded yearly by the  JIOYAL AUTOMOBILE CLUB for the most rne.ii...i_ ii k )>ei-  forinance of the year under the geusva! regulations for certi-  lied trials.  The New-Daimler engine has now been in the hands of  ihe public for nearly IS month's, rpiite long enough to prove its  merit; owners are sending in toi-tinioiiials hy every post and  wo should like to forward to any person or p.o-so;.s interested a complete set of literature fnliy explaining this, m.i-vcl- .  Ions new motor. Send also for out new illust*<iicd booklet,  "The Dew sir Trophy and how it was won,"'' a. history of the  Gresitest  Engine Test on   He-/������������������\l.  Ths Daisnier Motor 0o.? (1904> Limited,  COVENTRY,   ENGLAND. ���������������������������iU-r_.JU_ -  Cfi  /  SPRING BLOOD  IS BAD BLOOD  flfctf.to Get New Health ancl New  Strength in tlie Spring.  Kvcn thc most robust find thc  winter months trying to their  health. Confinement indoors in  often overheated and nearly always  badly ventilated rooms���������������������������in ihe  dome, thc office, the shops and the  tehool���������������������������taxes the vitality of even  Iho strong .r!. Tiie blood becomes  thin, and watery, or clogged with  Impurities. Sometimes you get up  In the morning jusfc as tired as  when you went fco bed. Some pcople have headaches and a feeling  of langour; others are low spirited  and nervous; still others hsive pimples and skin eruptions.   These are  - till spj'ing symptoms that thc blood  is oufc of order. Many pcople rush  So purgative medicines in thc  i-priug. This i.s a mistake. You  can't cure these troubles with a  medicine which gallops through  'your system, and is sure to leave  yov weaker still. What you need  to give you health and strength in.  the spring is a tonic medicine and  the one always reliable tonic and  blood-builder i.s Dr. Williams' Pink  .Pills. ' These pills not only banish  . pring ills, bufc guard you against  thc morc serious ailments that follow, such As anaemia, nervous debility, indigestion, rheumatism, and  other diseases duc'to ' bad fblood.  Dr. Williams' _ink Pills' actually  make new, rich blood which  strengthens every nerve, every organ and every part - of the body.  - Try this medicine this spring and  you will have strength and energy  lo resist the torrid heat of thc coming summer.  Air. Geo. AV. Johnson, Hemford,  N.-S., says: f'A couple of years ago  when I came home from a lumbering camp where I had been employed my blood was in such a condition  tha. my whole body broke oufc in  boils���������������������������some six anil eight in a- nest.  These were so painful that I was  confined to the house and for three  months was treated  by my family  . doctor. I got no better; in fact the.  .-.sores began to eat into my flesh,  end at times were so offensive that  I refused to sit at thc table with  my family. A friend asked mc ono  day why I did nofc give Dr. Willi-  .urns' Pink Pills _ trial and I decided to do so. I got six boxes'and  before they were all gone the sores  began to disappear and my system  was much strengthened. I continued using tho pills until I had taken  twelve boxes, when every boil and  sore had disappeared,  and-I have  .   since enjoved    the.  very    best  of  health." -  Sold .by all medicine dealers or  bv mail afc 5 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Onfc.  "  1 HOME. 1  salt, pepper, melted butter,  IH tie vinegar.  "THE DEAD HAS COME TO LIFE"  A "FRUIT-A-TIVES" MIRACLE  DAINTY DISHES.  Fried onions arc a delicious vegetable. Choose some small onions,  parboil them, and then fry whole  till perfectly tender. Scatter pepper ancl salt over, and serve with  stews, etc.  Potato Salad.���������������������������Slice cold boiled  potatoes thin and mince an onion  line. Alternate layers of potatoes  ar.d onions.   Season each layer with  and a  Lefc stand an hour  or two before serving.  Apple Cake.���������������������������Roll out" some baker's dough to the thickness of half  an inch, cover half with chopped  apple, sweeten and scatter ginger  over. Cover, and bake in a quick  oven.  Carrot Ginger.���������������������������Scrape and boil  some carrots and mash them, and  to each pound of pulp allow three-  quarters of a pound of sugar, and  to evcry three pounds of pulp thc  grated rind of a lemon ancl two  ounces of powdered ginger. Boil  for half an hour .nd you will have  a delicious jam.  Mashed cabbage is excellent now,  when pcople are apt; to be tired of  the-plain vegetable. Boil tne cabbage till tender, then drain and  chop ifc very finely. Return ifc to  tho pan with a teaspoonful of ���������������������������butter, half a teaspoonful of vinegar,  and a good seasoning of pepper and  salfc. Make very hot, and serve in  a mound on a hot dish.  A Vegetarian Dish.���������������������������Boil some  cabbage till tender, chop small,  anci place it in a pic-dish, with little knobs of butter. Then cover  with a layer of grated cheese, and  bake in tlie oven for half an hour.  If cooking apples, peel and core  six apples, place them in an enamelled dish, filling up " spaces with  Demarara sugar, lemon-peel,  cloves, and butter." Put small pieces of butter.all over top, and,cover  with buttered paper. Bake until  perfectly soft," and serve cold.  ' Scotch' Shortbreads.���������������������������Mix well  leg-ether half a pound of butter and  a quarter of a pound of sugar; then  add one pound of flour, and roll out  inlo cakes of "size required and bake  in" a slow oven. For-a richer quality add " an egg; while "a tablespoonful of rice-flour will imparl;  crismiess.  MR*. JAMES FENWICK  Enterprise, Ont., October 1st, 1908.  "X suffered tortures for 6even long  years from a Water Tuinor. I was  forced to take morphia constantly to  relieve the awful pains, and I wanted to  die to get relief." The doctors gave ine  up and my friends hourly erpected my  death. Then I was induced to take  ". ruit-a-ttves" and this wonderful fruit  medicine "lias completely cured nie.  When I appeared on .the street again  my friends exclaimed 'Tho dead has  come to life.' The cure was a positive  miracle."     MRS. JAMES FENWICK.  50c a box���������������������������6 for $2.5o-=-or trial box,  25c. At dealers or from Fruit-a-tivcs  limited, Ottawa.  1SKOUGHT A KIOJI KKWAJtD.  IIan Who Gave Invalid J_idy Jloscs  is llequeallied ������������������120.  A "Nantwich (England) shoemak-  =eii.j=Georgc=J.{obinson,=has=had_.an  unexpected windfall, which is a  sequel to an incident that occurred  twelve years ago. .Robinson, then  a journeyman shoemaker, met just  outside Nantwich an invalid lady  and a nurse. He was carrying a  bunch of roses, and the lady remarked as lie passed, "What lovely  roses." He turned immediately  . aad.asked. '.'.Would vou like .some,  madam." The lady said she would  be very grateful, and added lhat  sho wanted some roses to put on  hoi* mother's grave. P.obinson  handed her the roses, and at her  request gave her his address. During the week-end a Llandudno solicitor visited Nantwich and told  Kobinson that Miss Pan-amour, of  Craig-v-Don, Llandudno, had died,  and by hcr will left him ������������������120.  ���������������������������4 MODERN MEDICINE  FOR YOUNG CHILDREN  No sane mother would wish herself treated under the condition of  medicine or surgery of half a century ago.      Vi'hy then   should shc  give-her tender little child thc old-  fashioned medicines that have  not  changed   in half    a    century,  and  which more likely than not contain  poisonous    opiates    that    will not  cine the child, bufc merely drug it  into        temporary        insensibility.  1 .iby's  Own    Tablets is a modern  medical    science.      This    medicine  cures all stomach, bowel, teething  and other ailments of childhood and  babyhood.   And the mother has the  guarantee of a- government analyst  that it contains no opiate or poisonous drug.   Sold by medicine dealers or hy mail at _f.   conts a- box  from The Dr.    Williams' Medicine  Co., Bro.__.ille, Onfc.   .  OYSTERS.  Steamed Oysters.'���������������������������-Drain ' and  wash,onc quart of fresh oysters.  Put them ih a steamer over boiling  watcr and allow them to cook over  a moderate fire for twenty minutes.  Melt slowly one-half cupful of but-  'tc_ in a saucepan. Add'to ifc onc  teaspoonful of grated horseradish  mixed with a- little water, one teaspoonful of Worcester sauce, one-  half teaspoonful salfc ancl pepper.  Place thc oysters in a dish, pour  over them tlio sauce and serve.  Broiled Oysters.���������������������������Dry the oysters  __L___-_l_k_. .<__!P each one in ine Hcd  butter wel 1 pcppcred7~Ehen in beat-  cn egg, then in brcad or cracker  crumbs, also peppered. Broil on a  wire broiler over live . coals four  myuites. Drop over each a little  melted butter. Serve hofc.  'Oysters and Macaroni.���������������������������One cupful of minced raw oysters, two-  thirds cupful of finely broken cooked macaroni, one cupful of cracker  crumbs," small .uinp" of butter, one  level teaspoonful each of salt and  pepper, ono beaten egg. Mix these  ingredients thoroughly and shape  into croquettes, clip into beaten  egg, then in cracker crumbs. Fry  a golden brown in hot fat and garnish with celery. Makes a fine  luncheon dish.  Corned    Oysters.���������������������������-One    can    of  WOIiTH KNOWING.  Bice watcr should never be  thrown away. Ifc makes excellent  stock for vegetable soup.  To keep taffeta silk from cracking soften by ironing with a hofc  ircn before making up.  When rugs are to be beaten,  fasten them to the lines with the  largest sized safety pins.  When ironing cloth scams rub  each on the "inside with yellow soap  before pressing with thc iron.  Next best to having a thin felfc  under your carpefc is to have several thicknesses of newspaper.  Natural wood kitchen tables and  sink boards can be kept cleaner if  yru rub them with thc cut half of  a lemon.  Bub pan first with-vinegar then  with butter when baking.fish", and  ifc will nofc break or stick to pan  when removing ifc.  For cracked lips, from which so  many, suffer .at this time, try the  application of honey'and .glycerine  in equal parts.  ltaw beef bones should never be  thrown away: for, broken into  small pieces, they makc an excellent foundation for soup. . .  If your milk pan or any utensil  holding cold liquids has a small  hole in ifc, melted paraiin is a good  remedy if thc soldering stick is nofc  handy.  "To peel a.large quantity of onions  without discomfort pufc them in a  pan and pour a kettle of boiling  water over them; then peel them at  once.  Wash ancl scrape carrots, cook  until soft in boiling salfc water,  pcur over thin cream sauce, and  pour the whole over a hot broiled  steak, serving at once.  lunger spots and all grease and  dirt can be removed from windows  and mirrors by putting a few drops  of ammonia on a piece of paper and  rubbing.  =To=rc m 0 v-c=t-hc-=odo r-=o I. fi sh^or=on -r  ions from pans, wash in good suds,  then place pan inverted over flame  of gas range or put in hot oven for  a few minutes.  To make squash pic without eggs,  take 1% cups dry mealy  squash, 1  cup  boiling milk,  V,  cup sugar.   I  cracker rolled fine, s/. teaspoon each  salfc and cinnamon.  -- To make rye-gems, take-one cup;  flour, 2 cups of rye meal.  J  tablespoon  sugar,   1   tablespoon  melted  butter, 1 teaspoon soda. 1 egg, \%  cups sour milk,  little salt.  Before taking nauseous medicine  con, and vou will have a very tasty  dish.  To remove the bitter taste from  cooked cranberries, before taking  from the fire add a pinch of baking  soda. Then skin off the scum, pufc  through a sieve, and ifc is ready for  use  Pouring hot fruit into glass dishes is likely to result in breaking the  latter. To prevent this, stand the  glass dish on a cloth wet with hot  water and then pour the fruit into  it  Tc prevent eyeglasses from steaming in cold weather rub the glasses thoroughly on both sides with a  little vaseline or cold cream, then  rub with tissue paper or cloth to  clear the glasses.   -  To clean white all wool suits, "to  one gallon of'gasoline add onc cup  of Hour, tablespoon of baking soda;  rub soiled places with soap, wash  well, and rinse* in clean gasoline,  shake oufc and dry.  A tender steak is not always procurable. Before cooking it should  be beat-en well with a rolling pin.  Dust it over with salfc and pepper,  and then brush over with salad oil.  Leave it then for an hour.  A restless patient is made much  more comfortable if the corners of  thc  'under    sheet"  are   carefully  pinned to ihe^under side of tho mat  tress with safety pins. Draw the  sheet tightly'ancl pin it securely.  COUCHED ALL NIGHT  Till This Recipe   Was Tried, Cure  Followed iu 5 Hours.  A prominent medical man, who  Buffered with a severe cough and  cold on the lungs, often being kept  awake all night, and weakened by  Ioas of sleep, finally discovered- a  simple formula which will cure any  cough in five hours by tho clock. Ifc  is a laxative tonic cough syrup  which can be made afc home by anyone and the formula is here given  for the benefit of those who pass  sleepless nights in painful paroxysms. Those who havc tried it say  it is magical, and beats any high-'5  priced, slow-acting cough medicine  eve. sold. ."''���������������������������'.  Mix in a bottle .one-half ounce  fluid wild cherry bark, one ounce  compound essence cardiol and three  ounces syrup white pine-compound.  Take twenty drops-every half ho_ur  for fotir hours.* Then-take. one-Half  to one teaspoonful three or four  times a day. Give children less according to age. This ."will tone up  and rid the system of deep-seated  coughs every, time.  Garded  There's a satisfaction In a perfeet _���������������������������'  painted house similar to when ones body  Is protected by good stoat clothin*.  rain-coat, top-cost acd sturdy boots.  Tbe protection afTordedpropertya fter  the paint coating Is worn down to tha  bare wood is no greater than varmsota  wora down to tho lining.  Martin-Senour  Paint  IOO0/0 Puro  protects .oar property so that It emerge*  irom winter as hardy, ragged and strong  m it entered. Quality does It, It with-  itanda the rigors of winter storms,  tempests, rapid changes of temperature, -  humidity and the disintegrating effects  of ������������������un, wind, cold, rain, hall and snow.  Ererythlng that count* la pat t������������������ ���������������������������Everything that dottril it tyt out. That's why  the quality lasts.  If your dealorcannot supply you.notlfy  ns and we will gladly direct you to where. ]  oor paints are to be bad.  Decline all Substitute*  _*_  Writo for illustrated  booklet.   "Home  -\   Beautiful,"  and  >3_   interesting color  card.   Free for  the asking.-  ���������������������������Mart'm.SeoourCo.  iiaiTas  Montreal  Pionssr* Pars PaM  ma'am,"  answered  '���������������������������'But, sir,  Jei. you    pass,  the man of-thc baton.      ��������������������������� __...., o.M  you do not know who I am.   I am  the wife of a "Cabinet* Minister:-''���������������������������-.  "It  disna    mak'    any    difference,'  ma'am," 'he answered:,," "I couldna -  lefc you pass if you .were thc wife of -  a Presbyterian minister."-      -:' * "-���������������������������-"  THE HIGHEST DH_NT.LT.  There joined thc police force of  London a young Scotchman-bufc recently arrived from his native land.  J3cing detailed one day to block the  tniilic on a certain .thoroughfare  where members of royalty were expected to pass, he was accosted by  a lady hurrying to keep an appointment who thrust her head from the  carriage window to remonstrate  with him over the delav.    "I canna  .    SQUELCHING HIM.  ' The Uev. Sam Jones greatly disliked being interrupted when speaking, and thc rash auditor who-attempted it- generally mei with a  pretty sharp retort.   -  He was preaching on prosperity, -  when a little man in the front, row  shouted:���������������������������  "Prosperity hain't hit mc 'very  hard yefc! Tell us about'suthiii'  we know about."  Thc, speaker paused and glaring,  down afc the diminutive interrupter'  squelched him with thc following:���������������������������  "So prosperitv hain't hit voii vet,  eh?       till  .Veil, you cfin'fc expect ifc to  you   grow  some.    It- is pretty.  hard work to hit nothing!"  SHOWING  PAINT.  An  youjjoing to take any old  such as cud li  or anvthing  corn, yolks of three eggs, salt and  pepper io taste; add six crackers  rolled fine; beat the whiles of the  eggs separately and add the last  thing. To each oyster drop a  tablespoonful cf this mixture into  boiling lard.    Serve hot.  FJ.AG.KA.T SCI__.TS.  Fur note paper: Powder together one-half, mince each starch and  orri? root, add four drops attar of  rones, and keep in tiny bags in writ-  ink desk.  For linen goods: Pound into a  powder onc ounce each cloves,'caraway seeds, ancl allspice and four  ounces dried rose loaves. Mix wilh  this one ounce common salt (dry)  and put into little bags.  For clothes: Pulverize one-half  ounce each cloves, cedar, and rhubarb. ��������������������������� Sprinkle in chest, drawers,  or clothes press, it will prevent  moths as well as creating a beautiful scent.  IVCL*   On,     u i    1111,1 iiiiug  witli a strong tasle, chew a small  piece of lemon peel, and the clis-  agiccablc taste will not bc noticed.  When fat catches lire while frying, do not move thc pan about, or  pour watcr into it. but rather scatter a little sand, or Hour in it. I_i-  IhcT of these will quench the  ilamcs.  When gilt frames or moulding of j  rooms havc specks of dirt from  Hies an other causes upon them  thoy may be cleaned with white of  egg applied with camel-hair brush.  When baking cake let the mix-  tiuo come well to the corners and  sides of the pan, leaving a slight j  depression in the centre, and when  baked the cake will be perfectly Hat  on to] 1.  Many inexperienced cooks���������������������������and  some careless ones���������������������������have difli. ulty  in making smooth gravy. If the  Hour is stirred in wilh a fork instead of a spoon there will be no  lumps.  Pits of bacon may be satisfactorily used in many ways. Chop-them  finely and add to rissoles, stews,  an . hashes. Try frying beef steak  and  chops  with  (inoly dj.yj*.  ha-  pain! Ihis spring- when von paint  up? Don't you do il. You can  get good paint easily, and .et it  al the proper price.    You can g-et  RAMSAY'S  PAINTS  ill. oldest brand of iii... <1 Painl"* in  Can "a tl:\~, g 11 a 1.11) 1 ecd' fof~->urity~I . _" . _"  I'or quality, ami 111 _h:illi_n^i_l in rill  house painting to-day. Drop us a card  and ask for our booklet "W," lliv.  linuc!. oiiicm booklet on house painting*  ever i.ssticd. It is Ire.. Vou should  haw il.  A. RAMSAY & SON CO.,  I*.it.-blMioil ISI'J,  The Paint Makers, Montreal.  FAIRBANKS - MORSE  Gasoline Engines  SIZES 2, 3, A, 6 H.P.  SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR GENERAL  FARM   WORK.  They are so simple that the average farm  hand can run them, ancl are practically Fool  Proof and Frost Proof. Send to-day for  catalogue C .I..-102, W.P. CO., showing full  line of engines for farm use. It means  money saved for you.  TER MS-Special  Terms to  Farrr?������������������r������������������,  The   CANADIAN   FAIRBANKS  COMRANy,   LI*Hed, J__>NTRE*L  Dranch ess-Toronto,   St. John,  N.Q., Winnipeg, Caleary, Vancouver  .am;..  _.  At) DISKS'! THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 2, 1910  PROFESSIONAL  D  Orticf  w,  R. H." W. KEITH,  ADVICE TO  EDITORS  Olfice hours:  Forenoon. 11 to 12  Af ii-meon. ���������������������������! to 5  Evenin_. 7 to S  Sunday, by appointmciil  Cor. ClilT and Goor .pSts. ENDERBV  W.  ALLAN DOBSON LEAVING  E. BANTON,  "There is   more   written aud said,  and less   thought,   about tlie profes-  j sion ol journalism   in   which we are ^  engaged, and to which we have dedica- j  ' ted  our lives, than about any other  j topic   of    familiar    discussion,"   said  Col. Henry   .Vatterson, of the Louisville   Courier-Journal,  in  an address  Barrister, Solicitor, before the   Canadian   Press Associa-j  Notary Public, Conveyancer, ; tion at their   annual   meeting in the  etc. I King Edward hotel, Toronto,  recent  ly. "I assume it to bc a profession,"  he continued. "Yet it is without any  code of ethics or system of self-restraint and self-respect. It has no  standards either of work or duty.  Its intellectual landscapes are anonymous, ������������������its moral destinations confused, if not impalpable. The country doctor, the village lawyer, knows  his place and keeps it: is held by certain obligations and inspired by certain traditions; modest and holding  within bounds, though he may be  learned and   skilful,    having the con-  Offices, Bell Block._Enderby,B.C.  "SECRET SOCIETIES  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Endorby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings firit  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary   J. 0.0. F.  v^g^s^. ^rr..    Eureka Lodge, No. ������������������0  oWtfAff^ffitty-S:  sciousness of superiority.  ways    welcome.    J.   A.   McMorland,  N. C...  A  Reeves. Sec'y. E. J. Mack. Treas.   ^_/j^������������������".'   ._��������������������������� Meets every  >C$J_y?f in K. of P. Ha  *&&&������������������<gP dially invited  _������������������<_������������������_?_* R_RT. N.  "The journalist,   be   he of city  or  town, has   few,   if   any, mental perspectives to fix his professional horizon, no canon laws to guide his wayward    footsteps,    neither    chart    nor  precedent nor map of discovery upon  which    his   sailing   lines   and travel  lines have been distinctly marked. He  lis a law   unto    himself, too often a  | free lance,  only the more self-assert-  live because he lacks assured position  and is without authority.  "There are those who even profess  to disdain the name of journalist,  whilst proclaiming the power of the  press. The affectation of infallibility  assumed by the more pretentious to  hide the sense of insufficiency, if not  inferiority, communicates itself to the  obscure and imitative, sometimes degenerating into foolish and childish  bombast. According to a once received opinion, anybody could keep a  hotel and edit a newspaper. Our  reading, like- our victuals, was ill-  dressed; the point of view, like thc  bill of fare, wanting discrimination  and variety, with frequent changes of  editor and landlord.  "I agree that we have reformed  this measurably, though the newspapers have scarcely made as great  progress as the hotels.   They arc yet   ���������������������������,��������������������������� .    .      ,        . ...,���������������������������+ _...*.���������������������������   what Dr.  Rush called  them,  'vehicles  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty   ..........       , , , ,      .,  days from the date hereof, I in.-; of disjointed thought, carrying the  tend to apply to the Commissioner curse of Reuben, 'unstable as water,  of Lands for a licence to prospect '. thou shalt not excel.' There seems  for coal and oil over the following ^continuity nowhere. The panegyrist  described lands: Situated in the j of yesterday becomes the critic of to-  Osoyoos division of Yale district: [day, the assailant of to-morrow; and,  Commencing at a post planted ! as the average purveyor for the press  at the base of the mountain on tlie 'measures his words no more than the  north side of Short's Creek, eighty ;average dairyman the water he puts  chains west-southwest from Charles into his milk, newspaper lucubration  E. Smyth's location, marked E. J. [decreases in importance in proportion  Fewing, S.E.C., thence eighty chains [as it increases in carelessness, the  west, thence eighty chains north, j space writer having his daily grind  thence eighty chains east, thence j to do, and pursuing lines of least re-  eighty chains south to point of distance, not always in his worry  .collimp.ncp.mi_nt     ].iln._._j__ __[__!__ .1_P..i_._t.___  _*���������������������������__._<_  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Monday evening  Lull.    Visitors cor-  to attend.  ROBT. N. BAILEY  C.C.  C.E. STRICKLAND, K.R:S.  R.J. COLT ART. M.F.  K of P Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments.    For rates, etc , apply  to- R. F. .1 OllNSTONE. M. E., Enderby^  __ct j j __ l ������������������iy^ ij* ,B ' * e____^k*__^*^t^ ^ _--.~-.-_ . ��������������������������� ���������������������������     ���������������������������     ���������������������������   - ���������������������������     ' ��������������������������� ���������������������������  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty  davs 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  north, thence eighty chains cast,  thence eighty chains south to point  of commencement.  Located, April 28th, 1910.  Locator- CHARLES ]_. SMYTH,  Doctor, Medicine Hat  By J. H.  Christie, agent.  Mr. W. Allan Dobson has decided  to leave Enderby for his old home-  London, Eng. Mr. Dobson has accepted a half interest in a newly incorporated collection and brokerage  company, and will manage the enterprise. The new company has ample capital at its back to establish  branches in all the large cities of the  Home Land,, and operations will be  carried on on a very large scale.  In a limited held, and under adverse conditions Mr. Dobson has  demonstrated what he can do in organization work and as a promotor.  He has demonstrated, also, that hc  has the-"gift of.getit" when hc gets  after a fellow with an overdue account. He never fails . o make good.  If he does, he loses.. It doesn't cost  the firm whose accounts hc is collecting anything. This idea is new in  the collection business, but it is a  winner. He has to get the money to  make it. The result is, he gets it.  At least this has been thc result of  his agency work here in the past  year or more. Mr. Dobson is a natural promotor, and as manager of an  enterprise such as the one he is giving up his business here to undertake  he should win thc big prizes. We are  pleased to know he is to enter actively, in a business he enjoys in a  field amply large to give him scope  for his talent and resources.  You can't please everybody. That  is about the first thing a newspaper  man learns. It makes half the people  sore at you if you please the other  half.  Wanted���������������������������By single young man;  room and board; central location.  Address, givin . particulars and terms  "V." care Walker Press, Enderby.  For twenty-two years Campbell's  Varnish Stains have been used by  house-keepers _ everywhere for re-finishing Furniture, Floors and Woodwork. Nothing "else will give as good  satisfaction as the original. Insist  upon getting "Campbell's." A. Fulton carries a line of all colors.  Wanted���������������������������A good, strong girl or  middle-aged woman, to assist in general housework and the care of children. Apply stating wages required  etc., Mrs. C. Lefroy, Vernon, B. C.  i_.-_tt_e_.-3  ���������������������������curacy.      As I am myself an old oft  I fender and have   in my career perpetrated all the   sins   I enumerate, let  mc at one and  the same time serve  my warrant and crave your pardon."  ELECTRIC FIXTURES  Located, April 28th, 1910.  Locator- E.   J.   FEWINGS,  Financial Agent, Medicine Hat  13y J. I-I.  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 y wish to announce to tlie people of  for coal.and oil over the following j Enderby that. I have concluded ar-  dcscrlbcd lands: Situated in the I rangements with the Enderby Trad-  Osuyoos division of Yale district:       |j-_g Co. whereby   they   will handle a  Commencing at a post planted j complete line of my electric lamps,  oil the north side of Short's Creek, j shades, fixtures and portables. Or-  about    eighty   chains    westerly from , (]ers  will    be   taken   for  work.  E. J, Fcwings' 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, 13. C.  Farm  Implements  I have two carloads,,of Buggie3,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows and  Harrows, Discs, Feeders, Etc.,  to arrive this week, and another  carload of 12- and 18-horse automobiles. I can give you good  terms on any of these, and want  you to call and inspect them.  Wm. H. Hutchison  any repair  Thanking you for past favors  and hoping for a continuance of your  patronage, I am,  Very  truly yours,  FRANK  V.   MOFFET.  We have some good  Cheap  Lumber  which we are selling at prices  $5 to $13  per thousand  Also small lots of special  stock. which we wish to  move. If you will call  and see us we will name  figures  to    do  business.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  Limited  Enderby B- C-  ENDERBY  Our Rule of Three  Is of interest to housekeepers who devote thought to grocery buying  RULE��������������������������� ONE-Extreme care when we purchase.  TWO���������������������������Inferior goods never considered.  THREE���������������������������Prices as small as we can make them.  That's our rule of three. We have other rules too, the rule  of four, five and six, a quick store# service, a delivery ditto,  and a willingness to make wrongs right.  We make good all along the Grocery line, and we would be  glad to prove it in your case.   MAY WE ?  WALTER     ROBINSON  t pays US to  advertise  or WE would not do it.  o+o+o +o+0 . of o+o+o+o+o+o 0+0+C+<>+0+0+0+0+0+0+0^-0.  It pays YOU  to read our advertisements or YOU would not do it.  This Week's Store News:  Nice line of  Tin and Graniteware  Just Unpacked  0+<>+0+0-+0+0+C+<>+0+0+<>+00+0+^  SMALL OIL LAMP-STOVES  HARVESTERS' SHOES  AT  POPULAR PRICES  ���������������������������    STRAW AND FELT HATS  Extraordinary values in  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.  Save  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, ouk finish, from $15 lo $20  Sideboards. ,"    .,',.��������������������������� 15 to  -10  Extension Tables,      .       ,       ��������������������������� _.���������������������������   ,   ������������������>������������������   2.5  Dining Chairs, all prices from 75c to ,15 each  Iron Beds & Spring . from itS.60 to *'25.  Mattresses, from 3.50  to 17.00  Parlor-Tables und Stands, 1.50 to lo.OO  W. T, HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  MI-O-NA  Relieves    Stomach    Muery  Almost Immediately  If the food   you   ate   at your last  meal-di(Wnot-idigest,=but_laid_.for=__aJ=  long time like lead on your stomach,  .then you have indigestion and quick  action should he .taken.  Of course, there are many other  symptoms of indigestion, such as  belching up of sour food, heartburn,  dizziness, shortness of breath ancl foul  breath, ancl if you have any of them,  your stomach is out of order and  should be corrected.  Mi-o-na tablets have cured thousands of cases of indigestion and  stomach trouble. If you have any  stomach distress, Mi-o-na will relieve instantly.  But Mi-o-na, unlike most so-called  dyspepsia remedies, does more than  relieve; it permanently cures dyspepsia or.any stomach trouble, by putting energy and strength into the  walls of the stomach, where the gastric juices are produced.  A large box of Mi-o-na tablets  costs but 50 cents at A. Reeves' and  are guaranteed to cure or money  back. When others fail, Mi-o-na  cures. It is a producer of flesh when  the body is thin; it cleanses the  stomach and bowels; purifies the  blood and makes rich blood.  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Having added a cement brick machine to my cement plant, I am now  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  If you have not tried the Glen Gerrack milk ancl cream, you do not yet  know the satisfaction of being milk-  satisfied.  (PM0W'GB> H16H-0-ME)  CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or  money back.    Sold and guaranteed by  A.   REEVES, Euderby.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed

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