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 /  Enderby, B. C,  July 7, 1910  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 19; Whole Na 123  Brief Mention of News  of Interest to Enderby District  The town bell was hung Tuesday.  \V. Grieve is station agent in the  absence of Agent Burnham to the  coast. .  Mrs. Hesry Greyell entertained the  tennis club at her home throughout  the day on July 1st.  Jack -Lucas has material on the  ground for a cozy cottage on' his lots  on the Salmon Arm road.  ��������������������������� A large number of Enderbyites will  join the Orangemen in the excursion  to Kamloops on the 12th.  W. J. Lemke moved into his new  home on July 4th. This is one of the  handsomest homes we have in town.  ��������������������������� Miss Cobb has returned from England and will erect a cottage on the  Lawes' hill as soon as the road is made  to it.  Aid. Ruttan was back in his seat last  night." He will return to Fort George  to look after extensive timber and land  interests.*  . R. P. Bradley and family have-removed from Kitsillano to Chase,  ' where Mr. Bradley has opened, a grocery store.  Miss McNaughton, of Kelowna," is  conducting the local high school examinations this week. * There are five  candidates writing. ���������������������������  A.Fulton has lumber on the ground  for the erection of additional warehouse room in the rear of his up-to-  date hardware store.  Miss Ross and sister of Sacramento  Cal., are. visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.  L. Fortune. They will spend six or  eight weeks with their old friends.  t  Wm. Hutchison is erecting an extensive addition to his carriage and  implement house, preparatory to  putting in a very large stock this  fall.  Mr.    Geo.    Folkard  and  daughter,  Mrs. Treat,    enjoyed   the trip to the  ^Galgar-y-fair*t-he^past---week7=-the"first=  ;'ourney Mr. Folkard has taken in 23  years.  Howard Logan returned this week  from Greenwood, where he has been  residing for the past year. "How"  thinks the Okanagan is a pretty  good thing to come back to.  R. R, Gibbs showed us a sample  box of- his British Queen strawberries  this week which attracted a great  deal of attention while on display. In  size, color and flavor they were delicious.  We are sincerely thankful for the  most beautiful bouquet of sweet peas  presented to us this week. The coloring and perfection of thc flowers  would do credit to Boddington thc  sweet pea king.  Ernest Evans sustained a vcry  painful accident while playing lacrosse at Armstrong on the 1st. His  ankle was dislocated, and it will be  several weeks before he is able to do  much but hobble about.  A special meeting of St. George's  Guild will be held in the Parish room  at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon to attend to matters relating to the  Fruit and Flower Show to be held on  the 14th July. A full attendance is  requested.  Mr. and Mrs. Burnham left for the  coast on Monday, whither they have  taken their little girl in the hope of  finding some benefit in a change of  altitude, the child being in a critical  condition from heart trouble. Their  many friends sincerely hope the  change will havc the desired effect.  THE MOFFET ADDITION  That valuable acreage property recently purchased from Geo. R. Lawes  The rain held   off    long enough on   by F-  v-  Moffet,   lying   west of the  Wednesday    evening   to    permit  the  home   Property   of   R. R. Gibbs, on  ladies   of    the    Methodist church to  the Salmon Arm road, is now in ex-  hold a very successful lawn party on j cellent shape to be put upon the  the recreation grounds. A baseball market, and there is every reason to  game, and the City Band were the | believe that it will be snapped up by  big attractions,    and then there was i homeseekers quickly.     The property,  the ice cream and other refreshments  to appeal to the innerman.  Mara Jumps Boldly Into  the Annual Celebration Business  Enderby celebrates the 24th of May  and Armstrong the 1st of July. Mara  is a little place, but has decided not  to be left out of the celebration business altogether.  For the past few years it has been  customary to give the school children  BAD INDIAN AND FIRE WATER  In the Police Court on Saturday,  last, before Magistrate Rosoman,  Duncan, an Indian of the Enderby  reservation, was brought up. to answer to the charge    of having, while  in addition   to   being   surveyed  and  properly mapped, has been cleared of j the  occasion  of  breaking  up for the  A football game   between the En-  a11 underbrush'-   and   Presents a very  sumnier holidays.     This custom has  derby   and ���������������������������- Vernon   teams    will   be i|attractlve    appearance;    Mr.    Moffet   gr_wn in popularity, until the grown  plaved on the Enderby grounds  Sat-   Sparing nothing   that would- make ifc . UP children decided they have need of  desirable for suburban acreage homes.   an airing    on   that    day also.   This  The lots are of various sizes, ranging from one to three acres, and  each has frontage either on one of  the avenues or   on   the Salmon Arm  at Mara an outing or some kind on   drunk,  violently    assaulted  the  Chinese night-watchman    of    the   A.  R._  Rogers Lumber Co. .Attorney.Banton  urday evening, commencing at 6:45.  This promises to be a fast game, and  one that all should turn out to see.  No charge will be made at the gate,  but a collection will be taken up to  defray the expenses of the game.  A special meeting of the City Council  was held last night to consider the  question of width of -the Salmon Arm  road fronting the Teece-Moffet properties. Mr. Moffet has refused to give  more than  the width now" used as a  year, a* most cordial invitation was  extended by tne Mara people to the  children of Enderby���������������������������-old and young���������������������������  to join with    them   in. making Mara  public road, and refers  the  Council to \ residential centre.   The soil is equal  the lmes of the road on record with the !to the best in the'Northern Okanagan  government.   The clerk was instructed ;and   there   is   practically   no   waste  to write to Kamloops and New West- land in the whole plot  minster for information in the matter,  and to notify Mr. Moffet accordingly.  road. A home . surrounded-by ex-j Day-June 30th-a very happy one.  pansive grounds in a suburb so well But just as a number of Enderbyites  situated as this, convenient" to school j were preparing to leave for the grow-  and business, is what every wise man illg iami of Mara last Thursday, a  desires for himself and family. Here rain storn_ came and threatened to  the city water is laid on the proper- I make piCtnicing a strenuous pastime,  ty, and every convenience is offered !and so those who would-have been  that could be   found   in \ the choicest   there ..from Enderby stayed at home/'  Our Mara correspondent very kind  ��������������������������� Mr. Moffet has sliown good taste in  laying out the property', and also in  It ������������������������������������������������������ has    been    found   necessary to : leaving the natural   trees so conven-  ly furnishes the following account of  the exercises:  "Make a memorandum"of the date,  neighbors, and the next time it  conies round, take it in with us.  "Although the weather looked verv  change the date    of   the Second An- jiently placed.   The property has been j unpromising during the early part of  nual Fruit, Flowers and Vegetable  Show, to the 14th of July, owing to  the early season. -By the kind permission of Mr. Moffet, the show is to  be held on his beautiful grounds, and  in addition to the show there will  be attractions in the shape of the  Enderby City Band, fortune telling  tent, Old- Aunt Sally, Fish Pond, etc.  Refreshments, as usual, will be  served, .'including ice cream, lemonade  and candy stalls. Admission to the  grounds, 10c, afternoon and evening.  It" is to be hope���������������������������sincerely hoped���������������������������  that our fruit, flowers and vegetable  grqwers__will____hoW-. more-int_rest__n_,  placed in the hands of H. W. Harvey  who is now preparing to properly  advertise it. To protect thc trees left  in their natural.beauty,   and others be-  the day, Maraites were not going to  be bluffed, and immediately after the  closing exercises at the school, a  large   number   took    wagons,   motor  ing planted, the  property is being put boats, and hiked to Kelvin Grove.the  under fence. Q  SOLICITING FOR HOSPITAL  the Second Annual Fruit, Flowers &  Vegetable Show, to be held in Enderby on the 14th inst, than was in evidence at the strawberry show, held  last week. The ladies of St. George's  Guild deserve great credit for the  manner in which they handled these  shows last year, ancl for their unsel  The ladies having in hand the can-  was in attendance on behalf .of Chew  Chung,  the proprietor of the boarding house   where   the ' watchman re- '  sided. ..  ' -    ���������������������������  It appeared from the evidence tliat"  on the night of Thursday, July 1st, '  the prisoner   followed the- watchman  on   his'rounds   into   the . company's .  stable, and   there   seized, him by the  throat and attempted to choke, him,-  saying   "I'll   kill   you."   Failing "in".  this he went   away   and lay in wait-"  behind a lumber pile near which ther  watchman had to pass in the course;-  of his. duties,  and from thence made  &���������������������������' second attack on him by throwing J  a heavy, stone   and "striking his victim .on the side bf the face, inflicting--  an'ugly   wound.     '    '��������������������������� ".-���������������������������--":_':.' '-.;   -:  The court sentenced the" prisoner-to  three' months'    hard   labor,    with"; a -'  fine of $30.     On Monday, Robt.'.'Bai-..  ley took the prisoner to Kamloops.".  JEFFRIES DOWN AND OUT    -  The. fight between Jim Jeffries- ancl  Jack  Johnson,    the negro,  at Reno"/  Nev.,' on  July 4th,  will go down in  pretty lake-side farm of Messrs. Kel-   sporting history as the greatest dis-  lett and son,  who had kindly offered   appointment   and   the  poorest  spec-  the use of this natural beautyspotfor > tacular heavyweight fight, before the  the occasion. .   Arriving -here it was  vassing of   the   district on behalf of found  that the committce in  ch  the completing of thc hospital  furn-jof   the   <eat-and-drinkables'   had not  ishings,  are   this   .week pushing the|been idlC| an(]   the appearance of the  work.   In spite   of the clearly stated j .prodIg^ SUn- about tMs tlme mad<j  policy of the ladies, and the freedom  things     considerably     more    ch  with which they have discussed their  After a bountiful repast of the picnic  plans,   they    find    some, di^ujtyjn .ri<>RPriTtfin_1_=nii_-__on_o^T_nf1_^h-t,ir  making the   matter   clear with some  way to the large meadow beside thjj  who   profess not   to   understand   it-;iake, where the following program of  To assist   in   the   work, it might be'sports>    athletic    Coutes"ts,  etc., was  as well to   repeat   what has already  introduced:  been said with reference to the plans j    .0peQ events   fop silver cupg.   10Q_  and objects of the hospital auxiliary  in their present canvass:  It should  be understood  that Mrs.  yard race, high jump, 220-yard race,  long jump, putting shot, throwing  hammer.   These contests were judged  fish labor   in   connection .with these if ew.e.U and ber daughter have agreed   ���������������������������y poh]tS) and.prii.c__ .awarded as foi  shows" this year. They have"provided j  excellent prizes, and are leaving no I  stone unturned to make the shows a J  success. But they cannot be expected ���������������������������  to provide the exhibits as well as '  conduct the shows.  to give two - large rooms - in - their  home on Mill and High streets if the  city will furnish same for hospital  purposes.     When furnished,  these la-  lows: 1st prize, silver cup, 26 points  lout of possible 35,won by Wm.Ahier.  Second; silver cup;  11 points out of  possible    35,     Stanley     Richardson,  dies will conduct a regularly appoint-   Third;   watc'h   fQ]}.   1Q po,nts Qut q[  BRITISH COLUMBIA HORSE  ed hospital, and carry on all classes  of emergency work.   In consideration  possible 35, Jas Bell.  The children's contests, consisting  "B" Squadron completed the annual training at its local headquarters, Vernon, after a very successful  camp in every respect. A school of  instruction was conducted for the N.  C. O.'s and subalterns by Serg. Maj.  Sparks of Strathcona Horse Regt. of  Winnipeg under Major C. C. Bennett,  D. S.  A.    of   Victoria,    resulting in  certificates of qualification being is- 'and district, have organized a hos-  sued to four officers and 16 N. C. O.s ! Pital auxiliary, and have appointed  The inspection took place July 1st at committees to canvass the district in  11 a. m. by Major Bennett, who ex- order to raise the necessary funds,  pressed hinself as very highly pleased   The articles supplied by the auxiliary  of this, the city has appropriated the   _.f _������������������������������������������������������,������������������������������������������������������     ���������������������������._    ��������������������������� . i _, ;  .������������������..>_ .      ... i r .    .    Pf raciI1S. etc-> interspersed the above  sum of $125 for the purchase of beds,   _.���������������������������__..<.. ,    ,  ,.,,   ,       .,._       ,. ,  ,   ,, , ._      , : events und  filled out the afternoons  tables and stands, with the agree  ment that when Mrs. ancl Miss Sewell  discontinue thc ' hospital, thc furniture supplied by the city will revert  to thc city. In order to get the necessary bed linen, and the long list  of accessories which are needed in the  work if it is to bc successfully carried on, the   ladies of Enderby-Mara  ! amusements, which wound up with a  j tug-of-war, married men vsi single.  i It is only necessary to say that Jas.  largest audience at a prize-fight the  world has ever seen. More than '20,'-"  000. sporting people were gathered in  the huge uncovered circular building  erected for the purpose. The promoters of the fight boast of making  more than $100,000, after paying .  -Johnson=-t-he=^winnerr^$757'000==="ah:d==  Jeffries, the loser, $50,000.  The fight itself, according to all  reports was too one-sided to.be interesting. Jeffries did not stand any  chance of winning from the very  start, Johnson pounding him at will'  and playing with him as freely as if  he were a bag of straw.  Fred. J. __Hewitt__tclls of-.the_.15th--  round: "Jeff was almost helpless.  The big fellow's hands were up in a  sort of a way, but they did not interfere with thc progress of Johnsons  fists. It was a right into the stomach for the big negro, and again that  terrible left to the jaw. Jeffries sank  inertly nnd he almost fell out of the  ropes. He was out then���������������������������counted out  by the timekeeper���������������������������but Tex Rickard  the referee, did not seem to hear the  count.   Jeff's  seconds  helped  him   to  Bell  was   anchorman on the married   nls feet> and  tllcrc llc st������������������od shaking  end of the rope.  and  shivering despite thc heat.   The  with the efficiency the Squadron had  will be given under similar conditions  attained to and complimented Major j as those governing the giving of the  Bott, the O. C. of the Squadron very   furniture by the city.  highly on having such excellent material to work with, both men and  horses proving very apt.  WANTED���������������������������AT ONCE-At Kelowna,  a good general servant. Three in  family; one child.   Box 122. Kelowna.  The people of Mara have responded  most readily. A committee consisting of Mrs. Geo. Little, Mrs. Kel-  lctt, Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Green and  Mrs. Massey is soliciting funds, and  will get up a social to aid in the  undertaking.  Supper was then partaken of, in neSro tore at him like a ferocious  the grove, after which Mr. Kellett, :lion- and the ver.v w������������������ak defence that  Sr., made an appropriate speech and !poor old JefI Pllt UP could n������������������t stem  presented the prizes. |the tide of blows.   Johnson straight-  "The singing of Auld Lang Syne,ened Jcf! UP with a left hook to the  brought to a close Mara's first an- h'aw- Then he planted his right deep  nual celebration." j into his stomach, and concluded the  In the evening a dance was given, p0'5 with a vici������������������us left hook to the  in which every Maraite who enjoys \r'^Sht eye. Big Jeff was out for keeps  the pastime took part.  FOR    SALE���������������������������Household    furniture,  chairs   and    carpet.     Everything   in 'ness and   mower.  FOR   SALE���������������������������A   team    of    general  purpose   horses;   wagon,  double har-  All in first-class  good condition.   Will also transfer a (Working order.   We are going out of  good piano.   Mrs. Foulds, Enderby.  FOUND���������������������������A pair of gold-rimmed  eye glasses, on recreation ground.  Owner can have same by proving  property   and   paying   for   this   ad.  general  farming.   F.  Waby, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������A 6-room house on  Knight street. Clean ancl nearly new  and in every way desirable. Cheap.  Apply, Mrs. Foulds,  Enderby. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 7, l.lO  Great Possibilities of Hog  Raising in the Okanagan  clean   and the skin  There is hardly a better country  than this for die raising of hogs,  sheep, cattle, horses and poultry. In  all season*, of the year, live stock of  a high class command a high price,  and Iind a ready market. On the  other hand, scrub stock are always  "on your hands" and "eating their  beads oil." Scrub animals will eat  as much as thoroughbreds; they command no price, and their product is  of no quality. A cow whose calf is  sold to the butcher under protest at  ������������������9 will eat as much as the thoroughbred whose calves are in demand at  $50 each. The same holds good of  pigs   horses, sheep and poultry.  It is essential, then,  for anyone in  the business of stock raising to start  right, by getting the best animal possible to   breed    from, . and to get it  quick.    .  While we of the Northern Okanagan  are counting our possibilities in the  fruit, hay, vegetable and grain line,  we are overlooking thc most profitable industry of all���������������������������the, raising of  stock���������������������������the thing into which we can  put our other products and transmute them into meat as good as j_old  which will not perish, and is not at  the mercy of the middle-man.  There are hundreds of acres along  the banks of the Spallumcheen river  which are not used for anything, that  might as well be. utilized for thousands of head of hogs. And for hogs  there seems to bc an unlimited market at a very profitable price.  An article recently appeared in the  Nor'west Farmer which will be of interest along this line. It is by N. K.  Sorenson, Markerville, Alta. He is  writing of the profit in hog raising,  and says:  "I use in my hog business eight  acres "of land bordering upon the  Medicine River. The slope towards  the river is covered with brush, and  the rest of thc land is partly in native grass and partly seeded down  with mixed grain for pasturage,  which is a great help to keep pigs in  good  growing condition.  The principal ' building provides  pens for some 50 hogs, and in one  end of it I have a feed-room with  tanks for storing water and buttermilk. The feed room is surrounded  on three sides by feeding yards fenced  in and they are arranged so that  hogs of nearly the same size are fed  together.' Outside the regular feed  yards I have other buildings used  principally for brood sows whenever  I find it advisable to separate them  from the rest; while these as well as  straw stacks are' available for farrowing quarters, the sows seem to  prefer farrowing in the bushes ��������������������������� in  summer.  "My bunch of hogs is of the Yorkshire     breed,   bred    from    registered  kept    absolutely  free from scurf. -.  "In order to secure the best results we must keep the hogs comfortable a.nd treat them kindly. A  hog so handled should gain on an  average 1} lbs. per day from the day  itJs farrowed until it is five months  old. Beyond that age every pound of.  gain in weight costs more than under  that age. My hogs have been in  splendid health and I have not lost a  single pig from disease. This I attribute to the open air, exercise and  excellent shelter afforded by the bush  land surrounding my hog yard. It  also provides shade in the summer  for thc young pigs.  "Of feed stuffs, I used the equivalent of 2,800 bushels of barley, or  134,400 lbs., according to the formula  ���������������������������6 lbs. buttermilk, 1 lb. oats, 1 lb.  barley. From this I have produced  29.4S0 lbs. hogs, using 4.56 tbs. of  barley per pound gained in weight,  and thus realized 71.3 cents per bushel after the principal items of expenditure, such as interest and depreciation, are deducted.  "As to the value of the labor involved, this becomes a matter of individual calculation on farms where  hogs are kept in conjunction with  other stock, but it seems to me that  in my situation it is easier to feed  the barley to the pigs than haul it  14 miles tb railroad station  TERRIFIC WIND  STORM  Reports from Gladstone, Man., tell  of a terrific wind storm which swept  that district on Monday evening, the  27th June, completely demolishing  the town rink, the high fence at the  exhibition grounds and part of the  grand stand. The large smokestack  on the Echo Milling Co. mill "fell,  destroying the roof of Williams Bros,  warehouse. At the farm of D. Smith  just west of town, a load of hay was  carried away, not a wisp remaining.  AJ1 day Monday .there was terrific  heat, and on Tuesday the thermometer ranged over 100 in the shade.  What serves is sacred���������������������������and nothing  else is.   Water Notice  NOTICE, is hereby given that-an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water . Act, 1909" to ob-  j tain a license in the Kamloops Division of Yale District, by the applicant, Alexander Miller, Enderby, B.  C, farmer, for eight cubic inches per  second of water in a small stream  flowing in a southwesterly direction  through the centre of the said Alexander Miller's 53-acre farm, comprising the southern portion of fractional  section No. thirty-six (36), township  eighteen (18), range nine (9), west of  the 6th meridian, and also southern  portion of the west half of legal subdivision   No.    twelve     (12),    section  "The year's business is summed up 'thirty-one (31) township eighteen (18)  in the following statement, viz:  Bought 106  hogs  weighing 9,450, ?554  Bought barley, oats and  buttermilk equivalent to 134,400 lbs.  barley        832  Sundry exp.  (rent, int., etc.)   ...   165  Total   expenditure '. .1,551  The following shows the number of  hogs sold and the amount realized:  May'0' 27; 4,515Ibs @ 6c lb,...? 270.00  July'09, 9; 1,6001 bs .@ 6.5 lb....'104.00  Aug.'09, 14; 3,120rbs @ 6.5 lb... 201.50  Sept.   '09,  39,   5,9401bs @ 7c...   410.00  Oct.  "09,  9;  l,440Ibs @' 7.5    135.00  Oct.'09,  10; l,390Ibs @ 7c lb...     97.30  j Oct.'09,  14;  2,7301bs  @ 6.51b...   177,45  !Dec.  '09, 19; 3.240It)s* @. 7.5 tt)   243.00  Jan.'10, 9, l,515tbs @ 7.5 Ih....   113.62  Jan. '10, .19; 3,448lbs @ 8c lb...   275.20  Sundry, 27; 800lbs @ 10.1 lb...     81.00  On  hand Feb.'10,   7,4001 .s @ 8c 665.00  Total,  244  hogs,  38,930  lbs...$2,881.97  This shows a surplus of $1,330.97.  range eight (8) west of the" 6th meridian. The point of diversion is about  one mile up the creek from Alexander  Miller's south line. Description of  the premises on which the water is  to be used: the above mentioned  lands and premises, comprising 53  acres, and on which is situate a  dwelling house and other buildings.  The water is to be used for irrigation purposes.  This notice was* posted' on the 7th  day.of June, 1910, and application  will he made to the Commissioner on  the 8th day of July, 1910.  No riparian proprietors or licensees  are likely to be effected by the proposed works either above or below  the outlet.  ALEXANDER MILLER.  Enderby, B.C.,  June 7th, 1910.  P holoi.byjj_ o i������������������_i_Toroi)l9.  ;,::7-;^���������������������������  j Canada's Author, Artist and Engineer.  Knowb-the life of William A. Fraser, the books he has written seem inr.  ���������������������������. ._������������������*E.chis the harvesting of certain distinct years of his hying; renew^,;;  cy���������������������������fi. _ ���������������������������ft3or5- by his individuality.    The nervous intensity of nthe  I.S v Sthe^vShySnoLre in alhits phases, the artistic ;gen1uSf in catching  nal ty, tne sympawY 0r an episode are characteristic of Fraser the  P? v. "_ _n9vi"d litoin-N^York;".  His unusufl artistic ability;early Became..._:  *_ _ ���������������������������lffen! . _^^n_od his Sans.    He now paints scenes in his novels m vocabulanc  of his fauher Jan������������������P^^b, - . gl with   -gret that he temporarily gave v;;  .yeais.*:he;.^cn^  ^n^Wr^  ^i^&^^^^^'^k^sM^i^^  f_ lS5���������������������������__ hun_ ������������������n the fe  '_  .So Pi-II  *x  ^-__  Temptation    won't  you keep busy.  bother    you  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  stock and consisted in February, 1909  "of  for fattening. During the year the  brood sows had 17 litters, totalling  138 pigs of splendid vitality farrowed  as follows: 8 litters in March, 5 in  May and 4 in August. I bought 65  half-grown hogs for fattening between September 11th and November  15th, 1909. In February last I had  -35-pregnant sows.and 2 boars,, having,  sold altogether 207 head during the  year. During pregnancy the sows are  fed on oats; otherwise barley is the  staple grain ration. In my experience  the young pigs show less vitality  when their dams have been fed largely on barley.  "Separate feeding yards are provided for the small pigs, where they  can always find barley, whole or  ground, and fresh buttermilk. It is  very important to have the small  pigs feeding well when they are  weaned, and they should be fed liberally so as to keep a clean skin and  a good appearance, without being  fat. I start fattening thc pigs when  they are 3 or 4 months old, and give  them all the barley chop they will  eat and any buttermilk which is not  needed for the small pigs. I feed  regularly three times every day but  only what they will eat up clean.  "The best size of pen is 12 feet by  10 feet, with a 12 foot trough, and it  gives room for 10 hogs; larger pens  and several hogs in each gives too  much disturbance. The pens are  cleaned out daily and some bedding  is placed in onc corner of each. Mugs  do not   thrive   well   unless they are  Carnations a Specialty  r<_.  Ss  r_  Sfi^>FM<M^n;  Ask Your  Prompt   attention  given to  orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,  Variety.  and House Plants iu  _.v  Say a GOOD Word  It is wise to say a good  word for yourself or your  business, whether your  stock in trade be merchandise or labor, Want  Ads. are the most direct  line of communication  to the best buyers..  Or. "l**** ,*" v* M  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, 13. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished nnd Work Guaranteed  __  "THETRAVELLER"  shoe is a gentleman's shoe made for gentlemen. It reflects style and good  taste. It gives service and satisfaction, and every shoe is made from  choicest stock in perfect finish.  You can buy "The Traveller" in fancy patent bluchers-light weight,  dressy shoes, elegant and correct in every way, or you may purchase a  heavier box calf leather with viscolized soles-a waterproof boot for the  rainy days of fall.   Many styles-many shapes-but big value in all. .  _.'  Thursday, July 7, I9i0  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  [\  . We carry hi stock  Standard Manila  Binder  Tw  me  PRICES  In 600-lb lots or more, of 550-ft.  $11.40 per 100 lbs.  In 600-lb. lots or more, of 500-ft.  $11.15 per 100 lbs.  In any quantity at 12c and 12**c  per pound.  Church Hay Carriers,  $10 each  Louden Hay Carriers, $7.50 each  Th������������������ very best in Horse Forks  '    from $5 to $6 each.  Jl  Manila & Wire  Rope all sizes  Hay Forks and Rakes, Hoes,  Spades, Shovels, all kinds  We carry a large stock of  Builder's Supplies  Nails, $3.75 per keg  Building Paper 85c a roll  Locks,   Hinges,   Wood  Screws,  Bolts, Roofing,  Paints. &  Oils.  Tools of all kinds: Saws, Hammers; Axes, Chisels, Trowels,  Files, Punches, Planes, Draw-  Knives.  Sporting Goods: We stock all the  best in Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolvers and Fishing Tackle.  Our stock of Ammunition is  complete.  The 1900 Water Motor, Washer  and Wringer, Price $40. This  . machine is absolutely guaranteed; you do not have to keep  it if it is not satisfactory.  Estimates given on Plumbing  systems,' Hot Water and Hot  Air Heating Plants.  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  Fred. H. Barnes  0 man is fitted to do for others, who fails to do  for himself. No man can rise above his fellows  unless he tills his own fields. He cannot help  others unless he first helps himself. The master man  is his-own builder; others may, in a measure, bring  him materials to enter the construction of his building,  yet he must choose for himself what materials he shall  use. The divine gift to man is the desire and purpose  of caring for hims2lf. All..others may flee to him with  trophies from foreign shores of time or the gifts of past  eternities, and unless he has been a true lover, of his  own life, how can he appreciate the gifts? What is the  use to place pearls before swine! No man can appreciate life unless he first appreciates himself. His own  personal being, his life and his purpose should he so  near to him. Some people stay at one place and live  at another. Man should live with himself cin the line  of self-investigation, self-decision and self-building ; he  alone is responsible for the building of his own house.  In order to command respect man must first respect  himself;  the respectful is fitted to   extend   to others a  - help in time of need.   The world is not so much in need  - of bread for the physical life as it is in need of viands  , for  the  mental  and the divine.   No   man need go hungry in either relationship; if he   first   feeds himself he  "'will'be more in rexdiness to render to the' dependent  their due. The strjng man, the manly man, the fully  equipped - man, the man who does things, is the man  who has been made strong by the use    of his own pow-.  i'  ers. Such a man receives good . from every way of  truth. A man must possess before he can give. Why  ask the 'cripple to walk, or the weak to carry the load,  or the dead live mean to stand in the front of battle!  The cripple would fall, the weak would faint, while the  dead live man would be several paces in the rear. Tlie  master builders in all the world's current history have  . first built for themselves.  .������������������-������������������._"������������������..������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������"���������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������_-���������������������������������������������"������������������  ������������������������������������������������������_-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������#���������������������������.���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������#���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������.���������������������������.  Armstrong Celebrates  July First in Pitting Manner  -BUII.DER-_r-  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all _factory_. work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows.- Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  played a good  to score.   They  Needless Waste  Of time and energy can bc avoided  by the use of our Classified Want  Ads. Time and energy represent  good dollars in this age. Do not exhaust them in an aimless search fox  good help. Use our Want Ads. and  the help wil! come to you..  July 1st���������������������������Armstrong's Day���������������������������was  one.of joy to many who partook of  the hospitality, and good cheer of-the  people of our-neighboring town. The  crowds attending from.all parts of  the district, were.hardly, as large as  usual; and there-was no "grand  dive" or tight-rope sizzle to attract  those who desire something-real lively, .but the field" events were well put  on and hotly contested. -The management of the" grounds, ancl the care  of the crowds at noon-time deserved  all'the good words said on behalf of  the committees" having it' in charge.  The concert given by the Vernon  band, afternoon and evening was the  biggest and best event of the day,  and-held the' interest of everybody.  A farce comedy was given in the  opera house in the evening, and this  was followed by a dance.  Of the field events, the baseball  game between Armstrong and Enderby seemed to arouse the greatest interest, the old-time .friendly rivalry  between the teams - standing out  prominently at every turn in the  road. The lacrosse game between  the teams of these towns was also a  veryinteresting. ...event. _._Though...the_  Enderby team was out-pointed from  start to finish, * they  game and tried hard  lost, 3 to 0.  Following this, Revelstoke defeated  Kamloops in a ten-inning of baseball.  The teams were well matched, and  score stood ,7-7 at the end of the 9th  inning. In the 10th Revelstoke made  two runs, while "Kamloops failed to  score.  Following this the Victoria Cross  race wa.s of interest, Josh Blackburn  rescuing his dummy and getting  home first.  Then was given the usual butcher's  game of lacrosse between Vernon and  Armstrong seniors. Mundrell and  Kelly, of the Armstrong aggregation  again played to slaughter their men,  ancl effectually disgraced the game.  Vernon won the game by a score of  <1 to .1.  OIT the field, both Kelly and Mundrell nre good fellows well met, and  havc a host of friends, but either of  them is too hot-headed to be permitted to handle a lacrosse stick.  They are poor sports, in that they  are had losers, and their tactics when  losing are a disgrace to'the team  and make the spectators disgusted  with the game. The player who deliberately beats another over the  head or body with a lacrosse stick in  a public-game is no less guilty of  crime than the man who attacks another with a club on the street, and  the public generally is getting tired  of it, and soon will demand the ar  rest and    punishment  who stoops to it.  of   the player  The ball game between Enderby and  Armstrong showed conclusively the  strength of the respective teams, and  what a little practice will do, The  Enderby team, with Ray Hancock in  the box and Paddy Murphy behind the  bat, and -the in-field ��������������������������� strengthened as  it is, with' Schmidt on first, Evans  on second and W. Mack short, is in  better shape to play the game than  it has been for .some years. The  game with Armstrong is hardly an  indication of what the team can do,  as the neighboring team was, not in  trim to play, but we have the making  WOMEN'S WOES  Enderby Women are Finding  Relief at Last.  It does seem that women havc more  than a fair share of the 'aches and  pains that afflict humanity'; they  must "keep up," must attend to du  ties in spite of constantly aching  backs, or headaches, dizzy spells,  bearing-down pains; they must stoop  over when to stoop means torture.  They must walk and bend and work,  with racking pains and many aches  from kidney ills. Kidneys cause more  suffering than any other organ of the  body. Keep- the kidneys well and  health is-easily maintained. Read of  a remedy for kidneys only that helps  and cures the kidneys.  Mrs. Edward Calwood, of 123 S.  Harold street, Fort William, Ont.,  says: "I suffered with dull, miserable  pains, soreness , across my back ancl  in my sides for months. . They would  catch me so badly at times that I  could scarcely move around. The  kidney secretions had also been of a  heavy color and contained a sediment. Then, I would have dizzy  spells, and altogether felt generally  run down. After using a number of  remedies without finding relief, I  learned of Booth's Kidney Pills and  am pleased to say, found them an  excellent remedy. Tbey have relieved  me of the miserable pains and soreness in my back, and have also cured  me of my other kidney trouble." For  sale in Enderby by A. Reeves.  Y0MEI  I (PliONOVKED HIGH-O-Mi) I  CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, of  money back.    Sold and guaranteed by  of a team that should clean up either  Kamloops or Revelstoke. "'  The score of 17 to 0 against Armstrong ' indicates how one-sided the  game was, but it does not indicate  how hard Armstrong fought to save  being shut out. Out of the 23 men  who came to bat Hancock struck out  nine, and stopped two more at 1st,  an. two more between 1st and 2nd.  Of Armstrong's 23 who came to bat,  only one got as far as 3rd base. Up  to the 5th inning only one man got  to first.  Armstrong's battery was weak. Id-  ding was in the box. The Enderby  boys, found 'him easy. Later Ferguson went into thc box, but it did not  improve matters, and at the end of  the seventh inning the game was  given to Enderby.  "ON THE SQUARE"  Now   what   is   there   in   this man  Roosevelt    to   arouse such interest ? >  I'll tell you: he is honest, that is all  ���������������������������not all, either.    In addition to his  honesty he is not afraid to say what  he thinks. But Elizabeth Towne in  her July Nautilus, puts it better  when she says:  "I notice some of the English editorials wonder a bit why Theodore  Roosevelt should arouse so much interest, enthusiasm and faith in  America. It is because he is the  prince of our new nobility. He is  just as goodoas I am and a little bit  better���������������������������in spots. * I am ..just as good  as hc is and a little bit better���������������������������in  spots, The American people know  Theodore Roosevelt because they  know hc is just like them, 'and because they know and have - every  proof that he is working for'the good  of every man, woman' and child in  America. Americans believe in equal  opportunity for all and special privilege to none, and they believe that  Roosevelt stands for the same thing,  stands with all his might and main.  Roosevelt is as smart as they make  them, and HE IS SQUARE. ' THAT  is thc secret of his vogue in America.  And that is the secret of his vogue  everywhere else. Nobody in the world  cares a two:cent stamp whether a  man makes a mistake once in a  mistake once in a while or not. What  he docs like in a public man is the  will to tell the truth as ho sees it, a  man who says what we would like to  say if wc weren't afraid to,"or if we  could only get the chance."  Women's Beauty  It  Can  Never Be  Perfect  Without Luxuriant Hair  A head of luxurient hair is .sure to  be attractive. But nature has not  crowned every woman with glorious  hair. Some very loveable women she  has treated rather scantily in this  respect. For instance, there are tens  of thousands of women in Canada .  to-day who have harsh, faded and  lusterless hair, who are unattractive  simply because they do not know that  nowadays even the whims of nature  can be overruled by the genius of  science.  If you are a woman without beautiful hair,   do   not    permit your attractions    to   be   hidden   because' of  this slight misfortune.   Go to-day to  A. Reeves and buy a bottle of Parisian Sage for 50c, use it each night, ,  and you will notice the harsh, repulsive hair disappear, and in its place "  will come soft, silky, bright and luxuriant hair.     Parisian Sage is guaranteed by A. Reeves to sure dandruff  itching of the scalp, and stop falling-,  hal* in two weeks or money back.  When' you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  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.  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  AH kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Rep a red  Rear Evans Blk  Enderby  OVER 68 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Beiicve in the divinity of the child  and you will not have to look far for  it. Wc see-in all of life, only that  which we are prepared to see.    ''  No man can better society in a  better way than by example. Ser- ���������������������������  mons of' words are shallow things j  and become stale to the hearer. '  Trade Mark*  Designs  Copyrights 4c.  Anyone tending a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invontion Is probably patentable.   Com.iui.lc_-  -tlons strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent froo. Olilost airency for securing patents.  I'ntenti taken through Munn __ Co. receive  tpeclai notice, without charge, In tbe  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly,    largest circulation of any  suieii.ulc  journal. . Terms   for  Canada. 8������������������.7S a. year, postage prepaid.   Sold by*  all newsdealer..  MUNN ������������������ Co.36������������������B;oir_ New York  Branch Ofllce, 625 F 8 _, WashloKton. P. C.  .  THE NORTHERN OKANAGAN  NO IRRIGA TION REQ U1RED  Real Estate Bargains  37.   Lots 12, 13, M and 15, block 2,  =corrGuorge"and"RegcrirSt_7rEn_er byT  Four-room frame  house,   with lean-to  kitchen ancl woodshed. A few fruit trees.  Producing rental of $7.50 per month.  Price, ?800; terms.  48. 172_- acres, situated 4 miles  from Enderby; 10 acres cleared; house  unfinished; hay and machine sheds;  hcn_house and   root_.house;_50_to_75.  fruit trees; soil, black loareTand a  sandy clay loam; 100 acres of the  whole, farm land; balance, good  pasture land; estimated 150,000 feet  solid timber: fir and cedar, still  standing, besides a quantity of cedar  poles. Price, .$3,500; terms, $2,000  down, balance to suit purchaser at 7  per cent interest.  For further particulars and list of  properties, apply to���������������������������  H. W.HARVEY  ENDERBY GRINDROD  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-_- j  \ Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland  Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all thc information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns  and  White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  Enderby, B. C.  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Life InBuranco policy In the Royal Insuranco Co,  of Liverpool, En_,*, in n valuable asset. A plain,  ���������������������������straightforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt as to I Us value.  _ .e Liverpool   . London _ Globe Ins, Co.  Tho Phoenix Insurance Co. of London,  ftritish America Assurance Co.  Itoyiil Insurance Coof Liverpool (Llfedopt)  The London _ Lancashire Guarantee &  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK. ENDERBY OR,  THE NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL HILL.  ( 'I. A!'TKIi   XVT.��������������������������� (Cont'd)  "Cue!  ancle,  -.erv  nai'  for whom T: returned  For  J.     C.   1)0     Vere .  cle of love for him has  died oiu., and I am jvo'v\ inclined to  think I never entertained fur liim  Jimre than a girlish fancy, whilo ho  certainly   did   not    truly    care   for  mo. '"  This, answer was very quieting t-o  >>'c!lic's conscience, and in unusually y,ood spirits .ie abandoned  herself tu tlie excitement whih usually precedes a wedding. Mrs. Kennedy, too, entered heart and soul  int_ the mutter: and arming hcr-  ���������������������������. i. - -  i  The bridal was over  ���������������������������:!_,r_Uil. lions'   nearly    so  stranger was .liinmirieod, an  unin  A'iled i, lost, iind from Iiis armchair !  in   the  corner,   Louis   saw  1 hat.  ifc j  wa*-  the s.ir.i  l.ii.-iit    .������������������.   fearles  lil.t]. more "lhan  (ear, it was night noon day, and the  ! sky undimnfed by a single cloud.  I    ','1 once called    you   my   cousin,  i2_audc," the deep-toned voice said,  | "and .1 thought it the sweetest, name  j 1   had ever heard,   but there  is a  j nearer, dearer, name which I would  'give to you, even my wife���������������������������Maude���������������������������.-  shall it be?" and he'looked into her  sightless eyes  to read her answer.  "Yi;u  know     not  what   you   say.  Yor would not take a  blind girl in  : her helplessnc1-*;.'''  j    "A tinuisand-i'old dearer to ine for j  ;thal.  very     hclnles-Micss,"   he  said.'  ! ana then he. inld  her  of  the   land  j beyond the sea. where the physiei  Cleans    Silver    and    Gold    without  Rubbing���������������������������Just Dip, Rinse and Dry.  Guaranteed'Absolutely A'r on-Injurious.  Ask y'our Dealer or send direct 25c. for  package to make 12 quarts  of solution.  HOUSEHOLD  CONVENIENCE  CO.   LIMITED  214. BOARD  OF TRADE  BLDG. TORONTO  (hcS)  TAJ, DC   MAK K  nd the con-i ans were v,ell skilled in everything  wh.cn    a! ]>ei iaining   to    the   eye.       ".Hithei  they would go.''' he said, "���������������������������'when thc  April    winds    were    blowing,   and!  should the experiment- not suc.cei  love and cherish  her  al  > >  est    pleasure    in      niinistsrhig    Lo j j531  others' happiness;  but she crossed;  in-1 path at last, and then I thought;  1 hated her."   ' I  "XoL my mother, lady. You could j  r._. hate my mother;" and the blind j  eve  II,  .tshc'  kind  face wliich had  he Would  ssly  over his pillow -the more,  six m .nth_~ before. '  Maude  knew  he  was in  earnest,  name ^ was ia]U] was about tu answer him, when  Jau'ies.-   De   Vere-���������������������������the  eciiucd  from. Up to. lip, but did; not | alongHhe hall thercicame the sound  .penetrate,_he: silent ���������������������������.chamber..whore  ���������������������������'���������������������������Hush, child, don't look so fierce- j  ly at me..'' said Maude Glcndowcr. j  ''Upon your mother's grave I have*  wept that sin away, and I know I!  am forgiven as well as if her own!  I*1-  I't voice had told me so.    J loved  Maude, sat weeping yet.  .A_rapid glance thv-ougli the rooms  ,  , , , I vour father,  Maude,  and  this was;  crutches, and over her mcuj;,,..  ���������������������������r(.&l cn.01      ~ -  of littl  there flitted a'shadow of paii  was  the. sister-love  It!  warring   witn  assured the .y<  was not there:  rnons to .supper  ind  when the sum-  was given, lie went  !ll_j_������������������    -HVJ.- ��������������������������� _ . - *. ���������������������������' .  Bel? wit-lf the plea, that "it was his' Jo Louis am, asked mm ror his sis-  only daughter, who would  probab-   -cr. _ __  Iv 'never   bc  married   again/'   she j     "She   is   up-j.l_ai.__"   said   Louis,  coaxed  her husband into all  man-  adding    impulsively.   "She will  be  '    ' ' for  she  has  lung, mam ; that, she j tne Tove'.of-selOint Janief .Dc?Vcrc  ner of extravagances, and by    the  giad   you  have   .���������������������������._..  first of March.'few would have  rc-^ talked of you so  much."  cognized the interior of the house, j     ������������������������������������������������������Talked of me!" and thc eyes of  so������������������changed was it by furniture and. James Dc Vere. looked earnestly in-  repairs.     , .   j to   Louis's  face.     "And  ���������������������������docs    shc  '.Meanwhile  the    fickle    J.  C,  in ^ talk of me still V:  It'che'-uer, was one moment regret-,     "Yes.''' said Louis.  "1 heard her  ling the step he was about to take.   onct, Y/hen she  was  asleep, though  and thc next wishing the day would  ] 0l,ght not to havc mentioned it,"  hasten,   so he could  "have it over. }K.  continued,     suddenly  recollect-      with."'   Maude. Remington had seeing himself,  "for when I told her. I^ia<.    hc.  cured a place in his affections which  s.|,c  blushed  so  red,   and bade me'  .'Nellie   could   not   fill,   and   though _ mjl to ie]] -���������������������������>  lie had no wish to marry her now,!     "Take me to her, will you?" said  understood it ail, aud he hastened to say. "Louis will go, too. my  darling. I havo never .had a  thought of separating you. In Eu-  icpe he will have a rave opportunity for developing his taste. Shall  it not be*so?"'  "Let him decide.''" was Maude's  answer, as the crutches struck tlie  soft carpet of the room.  "Louis," said Mr. De Vere.  "shall Maude go with me to Eu-  v>  he tried to make himself believe  that but for hcr misfortune, she  should still have become his wife.  Two weeks or more went by. and  then there came an answer, fraught  with sympathy for Maude, and full  of commendation for J. C., who  "had shown himself a man  Mr. Dc Vere, and he was soon op-! flashing    of    the    diamonds, when  posite   thc door  of Maude's room, i janies  placed  upon  her  linger the  "Wait a moment." he exclaimed. \ ring> which bore  thc inscription of  passing his fingers through his hair, j ������������������������������������������������������'Cousin  Maude."     . cforc ' coming  ' arid   trying in  vain   to brush  from j {\.<:rc that night, Mv.   Dc Vere had  ...  - Hc was a distant!  nnalivc of your mother, whom he1  always called his cousin. He was  bashful, I thought, for he was not  then twenty-one, and by way of  roushig him to action, I trifled with  another���������������������������with Dr. Kennedy." and  she  uttered  the name spitefully.  "T know it���������������������������I know it," returned  .Maude, "he told me that when hc  first'talked wiih me of you, but 1  did not suppose the dark-eyed student- was my father."  "it- was none other,"   said Mrs.  Kennedy, "and you can form some  conception   of     my     love   for  him,  \mic ='" I when  I tell you  that it has never  yes. yes," was Louis's j died  away,   but is as fresh   within  hasty answer, his brown eyes filling j in;.*   heart this    night,  as    when   I  with  tears of joy.  when   he  heard | walked with  him upon thc College  too,  was    fco   accompany I _.ce.n.  and  he called  mc "Cousin  Lhem. i Maude."      Matty    was present at  Alaude  could  no    longer   refuse, j ihat  time,   and     had    I  not been  anci  shc  half  fancied she. saw thc j blind,  I  should have seen how his  whole  soul  was bound    up in her,  even while kissing me.    When she  I was fifteen, she left New Haven. I  ;.ill remained in thc city ancl wrote  Camphor Ice  FOR CHAPPED SKIN AND LIPS,  GOLD SORES, WINDBURH.  12 Vaseline Remedies io Tubes  Capsicum, P.oriUed, Ment_olnt_(l.-.O..rbo-  lated, Camphorated, White Oxide'of Zinc,  eta. Kadi for special purposes. Write for  Free Vaseline Hook.  CHESESROUCH MFC. 00. (Cone'd)  379 Craig 8t. W., Montreal  yjT������������������MJo^^.r__?i..v^-������������������^rM_r^__^_r.^yt^iv������������������y_y..i*'%.tfji.^jJ  rope as  my  "Yes, ves  111,000 MILES IN SUA IX HO AT.  j Voyage From Dover to Cape Town  in Fishing' Smack.  On January 2G_, 1809, four young  Ycvkshireinen, who had left Dover  in a lishing smack thc previous  June, arrived at Cape Town, after  covering a distance of 10,000 miles.  They purchased a 22-ton lishing  smack from a -Dover iisherman, and  visited Madcria, Las Palmas, and  thc Cape Verde Islands. From  there they had purposed returning  to England; bufc thc spirit-of adventure had grown upon them, and  they made for the lonely island of  Tristan da Cunha, in the South Atlantic. They received a hearty welcome from the eighty-one inhabitants, and found the strange community perfectly happy and thriv-  iig. though the whole island was  overrun  with    rats,   making    ag!'i-  ii= coat the dust which had settled | l^^Tcd* ^vari���������������������������\  and found that" j father came to me. told mc' she was  , "* ! "���������������������������-*-'1-' '       L Mr I*-..'' ' l   *        1--���������������������������-   1-        '���������������������������������������������    X-.ni'    civ-)-.   .   11 rll  there. ja  steamship  would   sail  for  Lnei-  *'lt  don't  matter,   for she  can't | pCOj. on the 20th of April, about six  lia<( snown nimse.i ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� man. ���������������������������     ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������}���������������������������  cton'.  mauer.   ior sue  can ^pool-on tne _uin oi .-\pni. uw^ a^  Accompanying the    letter  was a  ..,.,.���������������������������.��������������������������� sa[cl [j0ujs. wj10 comprehend- \ w0<4_s ������������������rorn that day.  box containing a most exquisite set  C<1 a[i QnCQ tjlc fee]iT]g 0f his com-1     "\\rn AViH g0 in it," he said, ''my  of  pearls   for the    bride,  together  ])naion. ! bHnd birdi  Louis aT)C\  ].-���������������������������   and  he  with a, diamond ring, on which was,     .'<\yake. sister, if you're sleeping.   pavted  lovingly the silken    tresses  inscribed   "Cousin. Maude." ./.He's come.    He's here!" of her to whoV this new appellation  inscribed   "Cousin. Maude.''  'Ain't   "F    in a deuced scrape," j     "i]roij1GV) have you deceived mc  said J.   C,  as    he    examined  beauiiful ornaments, ������������������������������������������������������_?.ellie would  be dcli'-dit-ed    with    lhem, but she  ���������������������������shan't, have     lhem,    they   arc  not  hers.   L'll write to Jim at once, and  "Where is he'?  her  Y-  sound  shc said at last, as j  f he iv to :whoni this: n e w' appel .1 a tioii  .w.asV-.given';-;::- yyyyyyii:, >y^y-Z^:v:.:^  ;:Thej'e:was:'much\iri':the.:fut;urA:ito  her  listening  ear   caught  no   new j anticipate,   and   much  in   the   past  tell him the mistake,'' and seizing    (which  hc  wished  to talk over;  so  "Here. Maude, here." and glid-n1(, stayed with her late that night,  in. to her side. Mr. De Vere wound ; al.cj  on  passing through  the lower  .... ,        . hi-s   arm   around   hcr,   ancl  kissing j }iajj   V.1S  greatly  surprised   to   see  his pen, he dashed off a lew lines,  bc_. ]ips_ c;i]ic<{ ]ier }jy uie name to j Mrs.   Kennedy   still  sitting hi   the  little guessing how much happiness  ,,.],;���������������������������*, sj1(, w.,s getting accustomed '' "        thev   would  carry   to    the     lar-olt   ^ ^.^ nevp/v Sllin5<]eci s0 sooth  _:... where daily and nightly -lames  .^w ^ wJ]cn 1)refltl]e(j by fas me  |)e Vere  fought manfully with He  jo^j-;jUS    vu,;ce.      ������������������-jrv   poor.  blind  lov   that   chins?    with  a deathlike;  puvlor. She had divined thc ob-  jec������������������. and result of his visit, and the  mc ment he was gone, she glided  up   the   stairs  to  the  room  where  *- ,      . i * _��������������������������� ..,... _������������������  to hcr regularly, until at last, your ; Cll]luvc  impossible.     From Tri.j.'i .  "'thc-y sailed for Nightingale  Ls.and,  where a brief stay was made, and  to be his bride on hcr sixteenth  birthday. J know not wliat 1 did  for the blow was sudden, and look  my senses away. Matty Reed ".was  preferred to mc, and while my  . ranish blood boiled at the fancied  indignity, I said manv  thing of hcr���������������������������I called hcr designing, deceitful, and false: and then  in my frenzy quilted the room. 1  never saw Harry again, for he left  the city next morning; but to my  'dying hour, I shall not forget the  expression of his face, when I talked to him of Matty. Turn away,  Maude, turn awav! for'there is thc  thence on to Gough Island,  little vessel next made for Cape  Town, and the voyagers had ahno*-,  roached thc end of their rcs'r.ircjs  . ... , when Table Mountain was sighted,  a   harsh! their provisions having been r cine-.  e:l to  a     few    gallons    of  tai iled.  water.    Only one  of the four nit.i  had  ever been in  a" boat bcfo.'e.   *   P_E. ivR MES  AS SERVANTS.  The    increasing    employment    of  g.asp   ti  sakon,  Maude.  the.  tin  girl   J.   C  noor.   blind.  !ca,lh]kLi Maude."  was  all he said,   but  by [ M\UKic was quietly weeping for very   tys  letters.    I  said I  v  Vu'    01"!the. clasp of his warm hand, by   thc. :ov     The storv of the engagement  the  soft brown  tress  helpless,, ,      , ,,  ,_.,,...  .���������������������������,, r,iin(,K   .m.iiJ ���������������������������*   ...... ,, I,,   0���������������������������,i ,.,in,iin.y her arm (To be continuci  men and bovs for domestic work is  ...aim..-, tu.., -������������������a.  .pointed t? by some people as a Big-  same look now upon your face. But nil', cant sign of thetin.es. Jn Lon-  ] have repented of lhat act. though; don. thc papers ot that town state,  iv "��������������������������� till yc:ts after. 1 tore up Mat- J lads are being trained \ulh conspi-  (\ 1  would burnjeuous  success to^'lo daily  work in  ClIAI'TEJiXVJL.  The  blint  gn  1  sat   alone  in her  tear she;.Lelt upon  licr cheek,; and   y,*as soon told, and winding her.arm  -li\*.liis::vcry^si]eiice-shc;:;knew^}ib     around 'G-Maude's ;; neck.. LLrsr Ken���������������������������::  d(���������������������������C}lly he syinpathized with  her.   :V ^cdv  said.   "L-rejoice. -Avith  : you,  '-Knowing-that they  wouUl-rat^^^  be alone,".Louis went below, where; s]-.alT be left so; desolate when: you  i .'"' ti ��������������������������� '���������������������������",.,��������������������������� .������������������������������������������������������_    f  manv inquiries were  istcninc to the sound ot ���������������������������   ���������������������������   '    .    ���������������������������.   ��������������������������� ,,    r    i-  ��������������������������� ���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������    i rruest who Iuk!  so  .suddenly disa-p-  makins for thcj,,.-.((   y_0uis  are both gone  . ".lust then her eye. caught the ring  u   Lll-  n...,.   ...-....--,   ,.1(.,irod-   The inlcrview between the! iri0!1   Maude's  linger,   and  taking  ..I' fw.. m*s-i-hf-.-iast--1    i   ������������������������������������������������������.  _ .      i- _ t i��������������������������� ..._...' i. . .1 a-____���������������������������! _i.-.i... - ifc  *"���������������������������"-���������������������������i��������������������������� ���������������������������^���������������������������j���������������������������| ,vo was sittjii, ior smut--cri���������������������������n-ranicte-.��������������������������� \y-\j)���������������������������jurr���������������������������iTairch���������������������������siie���������������������������a-cini-n-c-..i���������������������������"--  :UK   aerpiainlanee eame  up lo   see  her, ��������������������������� (.}mhte beauty, and Avas calculating  but it sufiiei'd  for  Mr.   De Vere to   -.,,.   ,. K.,uii-.   _?l.   when   ..lancing  chanibfM.  .. . ,      ��������������������������� i  j-n-rrv   voices   in  the  hall -without,  ��������������������������� r  ���������������������������(���������������������������__.���������������������������  up  heard  ���������������������������J.   C.   De   Vere as he  d.i.oi,   but.    it.    ii woke  Ki*-*'.!!!   no  lingeiing   re-.  ni   itt.���������������������������pa it  aniving guests trippec  d.i,\Mi thc stairs. Shc  thi' v..ic������������������ or .1 C De \erf  pa* M'd her ih.in Imt n  \\ iihin .her  gin, and win.1, an hour later, . el-  l;e -."nd Ir'.'Tc her, arrayed in her  biidal i' bi1.., hee (lassed. her h'i'ul  ear'.*>-ir,giy {.ver the fh-wing curls,  lhc !';-:ii*. i-iiiii'.l !',u*e. l_*e. satin  dit11'. a;ul -l i i-ainiii'- veil, <-a\iim* ::s  did -i',  "1 know you \we beau-  learn a  to knov  it'j   prubable   cost,   when  lhat he cared particularly'.^ the inside, she started suddenly  then.  CHAl'TLR   XVFH  -Uv  l:liu  \ "ti  The   ������������������  nil .'1(1  is a.i I,  ill.  !!1  tl  my    .';: .er.   and    if    a  l)h"':s;;'n!g can bo of any  ������������������avr; i[  uio*.t   ciinlially."'  f vi "ice.-'- grew louuer in  ���������������������������v<- was a tread of many-  fi*i*i f.p'.ti the M*iir*. .Kiiee'-eded by  a *-.--i<*!-iu hii'r-li. 'and Maude, listening hi .-very i-imiul. knew that Human t" wh-iiii slie had in'oii ))li|iht-  ed, was ui\ irig to anolher his inar-  r.age 'vit\\. Ih m- .Viand-''.! It. was  dark, dark  night  within, and dark,  ! exclaiming. "Cousin Maude' -that  lis mv name-ihe one by wmen he  ! alwa'vs called mc. Mas it been giv-  li-n to vou. too'?" and as the throng  Thro.- davs had passed since lhc.!of mo'mories that name awakened  |���������������������������-w|al. and' James Mill lingered at'eame rushing over hcr the lmput-  Laure! Llill. while not very many ;,ive woman"folded the blind-girl to  ,..iI.-������������������ awav his ninther waited and her bosum. saying to her, ai\  w.mdered'uhv he did not come. J. | child, my child, you snould have  C    and   Nellie  were gone,  but ere   been'." ������������������������������������������������������      ' 1  ,],.v had l,.fi, the former sought "1 do not understand yuii. saui  an'interview wilh Maude, whose ' Meude. a-nl Mrs. .henucoy vcplieit.  ,.i,,-:d brow  he kissed temlerly, as   "it is imt meet that we should pai i  n'a rk  r\ e (  night   without:  aud   her  ould nut  p.-net-rate thc  dm;  gloom,  '"��������������������������� star which hung u'-*r tlie  brijw of the distant hilL where a  way \\"i*n lna.i't was toiling on. Days  and . nights had he traveled, until i t di'ul of fatigue, whih.' his t'uroli-  hip;. heart o'utst'rijil the steam-god  hy many a mile.  The   jetu-r  had   fulfilled   its   mi*.-  v.j������������������..ii.   and   with.' one   wild   burst  of  i  he  .'������������������������������������������������������farted   foi*  ihr  ii'-i.  hi whimpered in her oar: "I'ate decreed that you. should not be my  wife, but. 1 havo made you my sister, and. it' I mistake not, another  wishes to make you niy cousin."  To James he had  ornaments    iiilondo.  bride than X el lie. s.a  so.   ".Alaude  them vet.'''  "What,    do  i  eve  ,.,-, , toll vou who and what 1 am.  Is the name of Maude Clendower  strange to you? '..' Did you never  hear it in vour Vernon home; ^   __.       .    ������������������������������������������������������It. seemed familiar to  me  wnen  given back the I j   C. De Vere first told me of you,  l    for   another j answered Maude.    "Did you know  vin .. as he did", m,mother 1"  houses,   and    both    as cooks    and  "housemaids" they leave the weak-   v ,or sex far behind.    Such,  at least.  Vour nrayer means business when j is thc    testimony of    the   grateful  \*. .i~"_t busy. (housekeepers who employ lhem.  THE'ROYAL'.-LINE i  _������������������.__  SAILING   FROM  and Quebec to Bristol  Do   Vera    may  wear  v  I am  asked ;nu.  mean  you    mean  , ...inios. and .j. C. rcfdied :  , that ! and not. you will havc aCuu-  | sm  Maude.  "Who    might    have    been    your  w'lo .'"  cpieried James.  "Xo."  J.  C. answered mournful-  ' Iv. "not- my wife, even if sh<* were  jl  when he n.  ,<���������������������������:', a rled  f<-i'  exiiecl ed  ���������������������������' ���������������������������   be  i  In  he was free, ��������������������������� not  nit sin  north.     M'  :<���������������������������   wedding  was i am  but; sin  blind,  she did  I   never   satisfied  not love mo as l  her,  mow  can love vou,'who are iar more  l a cl  -urpriso,   he  .1    lie    pressed  untiringly  thought,  eoiiitort-  He      did  her   lose  wi.rthv  of    her.       Cod bless    you  both." and with a sigh to tho menu  o  it-   won If  km w.   anon,   thinking  but  one  lhat.   how   lie     wouhl  p,-.nr.   blind  Maude,  know   lhat   e\m   then  lonncd in hiin, bin  he could win  it. .  ���������������������������   ha.,,   and   then   awav   to   ���������������������������...ny |     'IV. days had elapsed smee th     .  ,,,.,������������������������������������������������������.,    ..Vro   many   a   w omlerl'ul   a ml  it was night again--but t-o the  .���������������������������  wrouirlu. and  miuhl   blind u.rl. drinking m the words ot  n.li.-.rv oi what he once hoped would  ti,,. i... J, C. went from his cousin to  ni,l.; h s bride, who petulantly chicled  },.-.. i hii.j for having stayed so long  awav.  on re  hail  ���������������������������01  be  wrought  again.  love  whieh  fell  like music on  ii r r  'Yes.   father   and  mothei'  both.  !  loved   them.   too.      Listen  to  ..Maude, while 1 tell you of lhe  past. Though it seems so long ago,  I was a schoolgirl once, and nightly  in my arms there slept a fair-  haired, blue-eyed maiden, four  years my junior, over whom I exercised an elder sister's care. She  loved me���������������������������this little blue-eyed girl  ���������������������������and when your brother first spoke  to me, I seemed again to hear hcr  voice, whispering in my ear, 'I love  you. beautiful Maude' "  "It was mother���������������������������-it- was mother!"  and Maude Remington drew nearer  to the excited woman, who answered.  "Ves. it was your mother, then  li'tllo. Matty Heed; wo were, at  school together in .Xow Haven, and  she was my roommate. We were  it all alike, for I was whollv  ���������������������������c'lrU.  Triple Screwy Mirconi Wireless; l_eep Se:i Telephones,  Passenger Elevator., 0 Pa^cnger Docks, 12,00?; tons.  The " lioval lvlw.ird'"' will in air. urate ".the fortnightly  service of the Canadian Northern Steamships, Limited--  Tiie Eoval Line-from Montreal and Quebec to Bristol on  Thursday, May 26th.  Best Appointed  Steamers.  The Most P/c-  turesque Port.  Only four days  at   Sea. \   >������������������K"������������������t penec  J   tank system  .��������������������������� J  as required.  The twin ships, the " Royal Julw.ird " ancl the  " Royal George" are the i'aslesl .triple screw turbine boats in lhc Canadian service. The British  port, is llrist.nl (two hours nearer than Liverpool.)  Special trains alongside steamers within na minutes of London. The steamers are driven by the  newest type of turbine engines, insurim,-- ������������������ maximum of speed and minimum of vibrniiqn. Tho'ir  equipment is the finest ever, seen in the -St. Lawrence. I .irjfe. staterooms, spacious social apartments, .sheltered promenade decks, artistic iiirnish-  ings, perfect service, and ventilation hy ihermo-  , the lie*.) air being wanned or cooled  I'M  while she found  her great-  For full particulars, rates, booklets, schedule of sailings, en  any steamship agent, or write to 11. C. BOURLiKR, Gen  Canadian   Northern  .lent .ships,  Limited, Toronto, C..v. ida.  apply  A gen) .  1  EVERY DAY BRINGS  A FRESH PROOF  THAT DODO'S KIDNEY    PILLS  ARE A BOON TO SIT-  FEi.ING WOMEN.  Mrs. Rousseau Tells How They  Cured Hoi' After Three Years of  Almost Ceaseless Pain.  May     2  furnishes  Hintonburg,        Ont..  (Special).���������������������������Evcry     day  - fresh proof that the women of Canada can be cured of ailments which  have hitherto seemed to be a part  .CREMATIONS !>' KSULAND.  There  .Vere 855   Last Year���������������������������Xtimber  Steadily Increasing.  Thc movement in favor of cremation in England continues to make  slow but steady progress, writes  t.ic London correspondent of the  Xcw York Medical Journal. During .909 thc number of cremations  carried out in Great Britain was  S*">5, au advance of sixty as eum-  paied with  190S.  Thc first crematorium in England was opened at Woking in ISSo  and the total number of cremations  sinco that time is 8,1 .1. There are  now altogether thirteen crematoria  iu Great .Britain and this number  of the inheritance of the sex by tho w>!' probably soon bc increased  use of Dodd's Kidney  Pills.'    And   -}��������������������������� Cremation Society of England  Pa.  Uy n_i**_r  PowcJr P  out   ;xn   f.rxiti    work  lint  as  m  you c  in  turn  contra, tins,  painter.   Write to POVVOR PAINT CO,,  Toronto,    Ont.,    for    full     in form-t tion  and   Catalogue   with   Color   Card   audi  Prion List.  1..EAKISH.  who had just re-  CTOCKS.  Edward  ���������������������������\frica brought home  this place has a living proof in the  person of Mrs. William Kousseau,  of 37 Merton Street.  "For over three years." Mrs.  Rousseau states, "I was very ill. My  troubles were painful. I suffered  very much with my back. My head  ached almost continuously and ������������������  scarcely knew what it was to be  frc3 from pain. I was very weak  and run down. Occasionally my  hands would swell up. and this, too,  gave me a great deal of annoyance  and discomfort. I began to use  Dodd's Kidney Pills and very soon  commenced to improve. Threo  boxes  cured me completely/"'  Nine-tenths of suffering women''s  troubles start from diseased kidneys. Thc natural way to cure  them is to take away the cause,  that is, to cure the kidneys. Dodd's  Kidney Pills always cure diseased  kidneys.  ill E. MEW MILLING COM PAST.  Ontario is certainly going to play  a very prominent1 part in the future of the Milling industry in  Canada.  And so it is that we find that the  n������������������v. big Ontario milling concern  which will be known asr the - Maple  Leaf Milling Co., Limited, and will  absorb the Maple Leaf Flour Mills  C_., Ltd., and with it the Hedley  Shaw Milling Co., has already  under way the construction of a  ' .G.0G0-barrel mill, a million bushel  elevator, and ~ storage warehouse  out on the new piers that have  been constructed .at Port Colborne.  Naturally it"takes a pile of money  to carry  through   such  big under-  ha* been very active in its propaganda- work and public interest- is  slowly being aroused.  .Uoocii'tly a cremation society was  formed in Edinburgh. 7.ho object  of the society is to promote the  practice of cremation and burial reform by means of meetings, lectures and publications or otherwise. There are already about ISO  members, including - many well  known persons.  TWO KINDS OF TEA. RS.  There is something vcry  in the little domestic situ  bv this  genuine  tion iit-  scrap of conversa-  M em bars Toronto Slock Exchange  Safe investments X...?,/. r,,our Wf7-kly  ni   _._. .I--.,, 7,1 circular ui) secur1 Hei.  _e.9rai to slixml.u;; toany bank.  Woliavamoved to  our iiuw buildin .  A    gentleman  turned   from  with him a. negro as his servant.  The darkey had always been used  to hot countries, oa nd had never  seen watcr in its solid form as ice.  One morning he came into his master's room, carrying a large piece  of ice, aud  exclaimed :  "See, master, what a large piece  5 a COi ' ������������������^ S'ass   '  have found."  His master, by way of joke, told  hiin  to put it in the oven to dry.  Regularity.  90Bays.., Toronto.  c  OIUJ.T   ft.I.VJ.R,   AND    POKOUPJ:...  Gold Stocks bought ami sold. K-i-  Siiio.i .' .Reports on Porcupine. Write for  purticuku*. P. S. ITairutoii, 25 iliinninjr  .Arcade,  Toronto,   Out.  Very soon he came back, carrying  the partly-melted ice. and saying:  '''Sec, master,  this is  thc .*itocr-  ....    glass I   ever  saw; the more   I  dry it thc wetter it gets."  cheated  tion :  "My wife has cried only twice  since we've been married.'''  "On what occasions'?"  ".When 1 told her 1 couldn't afford to get hcr a set of furs for  Christmas, and when I got 'cm for  hcr "  Minard's   Liniment  Co., .Limited.  X was very sick with Quinsy   .nd thought  I    would    strangle.   I    used     MINARD'S  LINIMENT and   it'Jcured me nt  once.    ���������������������������  I  am never without it now.  Yours gratefully,  MRS.   C.   1).  PE1NCK.  Nauwigcw.uk,  Oct. 21st."  AN OBSERVATION.  Thc reason that- so many  pcople  liko an even   tempered  man is be-  takings,   and   the men who are at j;cause they think they can give him  thc head of the new Company, in-i t'1  eluding   Mr.   Cawthra  Mulock,   of   lfc  Toronto; Mr. .Hedley  Shaw,  foun-  der and head of the Hedley Shaw  ' Milling Co.. and Mr.  D.  C.  Cameron, the Western lumberman who  ' organized the    Maple    I_af  Flour  Mills "Co.,    Ltd..   have   supplied  ������������������1.000,000 of additional  cash capital which besides permitting of the  completion of thc entire new plant  already  under  w-ay   at  Port    Colborne, and the construction of some  15  new  elevators throughout    tho  West,  will provide   the new  Company with further working capital  to go  right ahead and get its full  share  of  the larger business   that  is  offering,   not    only    throughout  Canada,   but    morc    especially  in  Gieafc Britain and various foreign  ���������������������������   SHOT HIS OWN KENS.  Two neighbors kept hens and  quarrelled because they scratched  each other's potato rows up. One  sold his hens, unknown to the other,  who made a large run, and fastened his hens up. saying:  "Now. the Jjvst hen I sec ih my  gaulcn ] shall shoot."  Next day he saw a hen scatching  as usual, so hc got the gun and shot  it, then threw it over his neighbor's  rails,   saying,  "Take your hen i"  The hen was picked up, taken in,  and cooked.  The following days thc same thing  happened. Still the neighbor took  them up and said nothing till the  seventh came over and hit him on  the head. Then he picked it up,  ai.-l threw it back at his neighbor,  saying:  "Fat your own old hens i We are  tiicd of eating tbcm, and prefer a  little pheasant. 1 sold my hens"over  a month since!"  Where can I get some of Hollo-  w<iy's Corn Cure? I was entirely  cured of my corns by this remedy  and wish some more of it for my  friends. So writes Mr. J. W.  Brown, Chicago.  Mo man knows "anything about  heaven who is content that others  shall wait for happiness . till they  get there.  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians.  Minard's  Liniment   Lumberman's  Friend.  Miss Screecher���������������������������"I wonder if  Uncle Jim remembered mc when  he made his will. . "i used to sing  f--r hini. Lawyer-���������������������������"Yes, hc evidently remembered you���������������������������at least,  youi name isn't mentioned in the  document."  of the bowels is an absoluV* necessity for good health. Unle&A tho  waste matter from the food which  collects there is got rid of at least  once a day, it decays and poisons  the whole body, causing bilibu.nes,  indigrestion nnd sick headaches.  Salts and other harsh mineral purgatives irritate the delicate lining  of the bowels. Dr. _or.se . Tndian  Root Pills���������������������������entirely vecrntahle���������������������������  re.ul'p.te the bowel? effectively  without weakening*, sickening cr  I'riping.   Use  Dr.  n d i a n  Morse's  Root    Pills  ACENTS  WANTED.  A GKNTS-S5 A DAY EASY. NO EX-  xV perience needed. -Rolls on sight.  Absolute necessity to farmers. Docs work  of 50 men. Pays for itself in one hour.  Write today. C. R. Adams Co., Sarnia,  Ont.  ARTICLES FOR  SALE.  EI.P     YOUR    HOME    IMMACULATE ' '  by ii. ing the Pusto Vacuum Carpet-  Cleaner,    $6.00.   A.   Hills.   556    Dovercourt  Kd.,   Toronto,   Ont    Agents   wanted.  B^E .TILE  EGG.--FROM   SINGLE   COMB   *  ���������������������������*      mottled anconas prize pens, $2.00 for  15;  $9.00  for   100.     Erps  from   fine  utility  stock, $7.00 per 100. $1.50 for 15.   Pine table  fowl.     Ytczt   wint*./*  layer?  on   earth.-A n-  f-onas and Leprhorns   make the best early  broilers.     Single   (.omb   White    Leshorn  <__-s.-S4.50   for   100;   $1.00   for   15.     Money  makers   both.   Fre.   circular.   Write   vour    '  wants.   Ed.   C.   Apps,   Box -224.   (Viee-Presi- "  dent* International   Aneona   Club).  Brant-  ford, Ontario.  p ONTENTfl     FIRST-.'T_A. R .   ROOMTNO  \J   house for sale.   Full  of roomers paying   well.   Apply   1.6  .Wilton   avenue,  ronto.  To-  markets.  Wc don't mind seeing other people get up in tho world so long as  they refrain from using us as stepping stones.  worst of it and get. away with  Perry Davit' Painkiller. It's affects a_������������������ almo..  lu.taiitaneous. Cures cut������������������. bums and bruise...:  Ir-tkon internally cures cramp?. diarrhiBa and  fivseuterr. Avoid mib_titut������������������3. There U but <>_���������������������������  "'i'ainkillor"���������������������������Penj; 1 _vi_-'_ c. and 50c.  Many a man who is smart enough  to makc money hasn't sense enough  to keep it.  Do Not Delay.���������������������������Do not let a cold  or cough fasten upon you as it will  Hc���������������������������"Wonder why it is  w .vs     speak     of     thc  bride'?" , She���������������������������"Nothin .  they a  'binshin  very  fc>  re  markable about it, considering thc  kind of men most women  marry."  Parents buy Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator because they  know it is a safe medicine for their  children and an effectual cxpeller  of worms.  Country' people makc   their own  f ct  if neglected.   Dr. Thomas'Eelcclric JJ>"'.-���������������������������   b������������������t   pcople in    (he    city-  Oil will break up a cold and cure a jthwrs '" thc streetcars,  cough,  and should   be  resorted  to i  at  once when- the    first symptoms !R^e^By^r^nrEy^R*n^.i>rJr"^  appear.        It  can-   be   disguised   SO ."Murine   For   Vour   Eye   Troubles.      You  ',,. . ,i ���������������������������._.������������������������������������������������������ +   .���������������������������_������������������,   ���������������������������*.    _..,.! Will   Like   Murine.    It   Soothes.    50c   At  tliat any   unpleasant tasuc it may j your Dnii;ijiSls.    write For Eye Books.  havc   will   be  imperceptible  to  the   Free.   Murine Eye Remedy Co., Toronto,  delicate.   Try it and be convinced.  At this teasoo, scores of people,  gixl������������������ and women especially, find  their faces marked with pimples,  dark spots, eruptions, etc. The  skin needs attention, needs renov-  ��������������������������� ating after the trying winter season.  Just think what it has had to go  through I  You have _c������������������n out in ruin and sleet  and snow.- Yon have been perspiring  i from skating, or Rome other exertion.  Then you have otood to "cool off." You  hare spent hours of the day indoors at a  temperature equal to summer heat.  Then yon have covered up your Bkin,  except your /ace, nnd gone out-into a  temperature* e.way below zero! . No  wonder that tho=skin of the face and  neck shows signs of needing attention.  Zam-Buk ia a skin food. Sniesr ifc  lightly over the spots, the eruptions,  (he sallow* patches, at night, and notice  how quickly your appearance improves;  A> the rich, refined, herbal eesonces  sink deep into tha tissue, the hard  scurvy-liko patches are removed.  The cuticle is softened. - The cells beneath are stimulated to healthy opera-  tion. The pores resume their work  properly. Better color results. The  cells of the akin being purified by Zam-  Buk'a stimulating balm, become transparent; the blood beneath is ablo to  impartita proper coloring to the tissue,  and the.delicate bloom of health replaces  tho sallowncss and pnlior of disease.  A few days of Zam-Buk treatment  will transform a " muddy," speckled,  spotty, complexion into one of attractiveness and prettiness.  Use Zam-Buk for more nrrions nkin  troubles, such as eczema, pu6tulen. boils,  ulcers, festering sores, rin-jworrn, scalp  e.creB, sores on the body duo to b'.ood-poison-  iug, etc. Mothers will And Zam-Buk  unequalled for baby !   .Wc bos: all .������������������_.*?.  A   Till" that  Proves its  Value;���������������������������  Those  of  weak    stomach  will find  sticngth  in   Parmelee's   Vegetable  "Pills," "because "they  serve-to maintain the healthful action of thc stomach and the liver irregularities in  which  arc  most distressing.     Dyspeptics arc   well  acquainted    with  them and value ihem at their proper worth.   They havc afforded relic'.' when  other  preparations h_vc  failed, anci  have effected  cures in  ailments of  long    standing  whero  other    medicines    were    found un-  nv.iil .i ..  Many . man's success is due to  his having strayed from the beaten path.  Does Your Back Ache 7 Don't cxporlmsnt with  Imitation, but get Uie genuine, the "O AI."  M.ntli'il Waster. It cure.. Davis ���������������������������_ Law. uc������������������,  Co., ranker a.  The trbubie wiTli the unexpected  is that it too often refuses to hap-  pe ii.  Kesp Minard's Liniment in the houso.  Thc magistrate was incredulous.  "Vou mean to say that this physical wreck" (indicating the prisoner) "gave you a. black eye ?"  "Yes." retorted the prosecutor,  "but hc wasn't a  physical   wvec.  until he gave me tho black aye."  ���������������������������   ^  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.,���������������������������,.��������������������������� ���������������������������-       ..,'        ���������������������������|im���������������������������_.���������������������������'r���������������������������;,3  Love laughs at locksmiths he-  cause thcy-can't keep the wolf from  the door.  Bicicle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup  is agreeable to tha taste, and is a  certain relief for irritation of the  thi oat that causes hacking coughs.  If used according to directions it  will break the most persistent cold,  and restore tho air passages to  their normal healthy condition.  There is no need to recommend it  to those familiar wilh it. but to  those who seek a sure remedy and  are in doubt what to use, the advice is���������������������������try Bicklc's Syrup.  A Cure for Pheumatism.���������������������������A painful and persistent form of rheumatism is caused by impurities in the  blood, the result of defective action of the liver and kidneys:"The  blood "becomes tainted by the intro-  du tioifof uric acid  wmcii causes  much p;u'n in the tissues and in the  joints. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  an known to havc effected many  remarkable cures, and their use is  st'rongiy recommended. A trial of  tlieni will convince aiiyonc.of their  value.  SCRIP.  WANTED  rants.  -SOUTH     AFRICAN    WAR.  _ _ Highest price   paid.- Fox.A  Boss, Scott St., Toronto. '      -  '  EDUCATIONAL.  LEAK. THE BARBER TRADER-NEW  system-constant practice; careful  mis miction: few week, complete rnurse:.  tools free; graduate?" earn - twelve to  piffhtecn dollar? weekly: write for* catalogue. Vnlcr Barber Collepe. 221 Queea  E?.=t. Toronto.  MACHINERY  VJ.ACI1INERY"        HEADQUARTERS.   ��������������������������� -  **" -Iron   and   wond-working   mni-hinerf. '  engines,   boilers,   steam   pumps,    p-isolins'  en. incs,      electric     motors,     contractors'  machinery.    Ptc.   Send    for    catalogue    o! ���������������������������  over     ;���������������������������_(!     machine".     H.     W.     PETR1E.  Limited.     To*.  "���������������������������>���������������������������_.    Montreal.    Ynpponver.  ��������������������������� FARMS   FOR   SALE.  \,I7.,EPTF.RN FARM LANDS-CITY LOTS  ������������������������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������''. on ensj- terms.. If you nrc.-Roing  west, send for my list, it will" pny you.  S. M. Mathews -75 Yongc St...-Toronto. *  HOPE FOR THE OEAF-  .  one of tho marvels  III ACOUSTICO _-  _.__ ''"  the electrical'i\p#. ���������������������������'.  fir use throughout tint  world.   Write for cat������������������." '  lo;������������������ue." General  Acoustic Co., of C_uaJ_, Ltd,'-  408 Yonc* Stiett. Toronto. "  Is Your Hearing Good?  The HEARO-PUONE will give you the  'benefits of good hearing. Send for free '���������������������������  | booklet,' giving particulars and -��������������������������� namci  j of satisfied users. Also  ! Special Offer for a Month's Home: Trial.  THE BRAND ELECTRO OZONE LIMITED,  331  Spadina   Avenue,   Toronto'.     .   -  f*A L YEB RaUo T.h07\ without wm  ������������������������������������'"������������������ ������������������- ������������������ >>*���������������������������** Booklet Free.  ^   Steele.il. ij-giSejd Co��������������������������� Ltd.. Torouto.fOnl  THE LlNDMflrt TRUSS will hold anv reducible  lienii.-i.     Endorsed   by   fore mo .   medical   men  particulars.     ������������������. LINDMAN, (I.eg'd).'  Write  for  Montreal,  LEANING j%  jer q������������������ Iff  LADIES'  To Use  THIS  Dye  Means  Perfect  Results  A  solii  A POLITE INQUIRY,  few days after a farmer had  P _  to  DY*)__.  I0NEpvetobALIk"������������������ps of goods.  You don', even havc lo know whM kind of cloth  your coods aro made of. SAME Dye for ALL  Mistake* lire IMPOSSIBLE. __.,������������������ and U_.ut.ful  Colors. 10 cent-.. Don't falHo try it Sair.pk Card  and BdoMi . I;ri- .  The Join-son. Kit .(irttton Co., Limited,  Moo (real.  a neighbor he  chanced to pass the neighbor's  place, where he saw the little boy  sitting on the edge of the pig-pen,  wu tolling its new occupant.  "How d'yo do, Johnny 1" said he.  "How  is your pig to-day."  "Oh, pretty well, thank yon/'  replied the boy. "How's all your  folks?"  Ask for Minarci's and taltc no other.  Tar���������������������������"On my last voyage 1 ..saw  waves one hundred feet high!"  Spar���������������������������"I've been a sailor forty  year, and never seen :'em over  forty." Tar���������������������������"P'raps not! .ut  everything is high _r now than it  w-ed to be. mate!'"'  WALKf������������������������������������  OR  OUTINfl  ��������������������������� ������������������ ��������������������������� euiT_  Oka t_ don* p������������������rMctly by our _ NHwh Proc***.   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All who nre nf.  tlieted with I Ji I = . disease ancl wi.h to (is  cured peril):, _r.i-.ly. ..ifely and tiniekly  ���������������������������with this {.icjii Ilnmeopathic remedy,  which will be ,������������������cnt post-paid anvwhere  tn the world with full In. trnctio'n.*- for  using w iiMo effect a permnnent  Price   $2.   Audreys  John    T.  Walt,   Komeop-.thlo    Pharmacy,  Arnprlor, Canada.  A GREAT DEMAND   FOR  AT THE LAWYER'S.  "There goes a man who is going  to nKikc his mark."  or>k as though  he  "He doesn't  wore very bright  . >  <n  He isn't; he can't even write j  his own name, limit is why he is I  uoine to make his mark." |  STOCK  WASTE  PAPER  OF   ALL  GKADKS.  Also lines. Iron,  Metale, Eubbera. Etc.  _      PHI LAN     flde|3l<*e  and Maud St������������������_,  _.    rUi.L.in, Torontu.  Ont.  Phoue for oarticulari.   Main if*  ���������������������������ISSUE NO. 111-10.  Best for Children  JCAiai, CUTSiziCOSTupaNJ  Croup. 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MIN_R   iManagcr. :.*-._  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 7 7, li'  ICES  Quoted by The Columbia Flouring  Mills Co., Ltd., To-day  Moffet's Best Flour, $1.65 49-lbs  Three Star Flour,      $1.55     "  Drifted Snow Pastry, $1.55    ''  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.55   ("  Graham Flour,     -    $1.45  Rolled Oats, $.85 per 20-lb sack.  Four Star Chop, $1.60 per 100 lbs  Per ton, $32.00  Three Star Chop, $1.55 per 100 lbs  Per ton, .31.00  Bran: $1.05 per 100 lbs.; ton, $21  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs. " $23  Middlings, $1.20 100 lbs. " $24  Oats, $1.20 per 100 lbs. " $24  Oat Chop, $1.30 100 lbs. " $26  Wheat, $2.15 per 125-lbs " $34  Barlev, $1.20 per 100 lbs. " $24  Barlev Chop, $1.30100 lbs. " $26  Whole Corn, $2.00 100 lbs.'' $40  Cracked Corn,$2.101001 bs. " $42  Northern Spring Seed. Wheat $41  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00  Timothy Hay, "   $21.50  Upland Hay, "   $16.50  Also a full line of Rolled Oats   and  Wheatlets for table use.  Free delivery to any part of Enderby.  Terms: Net Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby "    C.  Children's Red .  Oxfords, Reg $1.25 85c  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  every  Thursd.-vy at  Enderby, B.C. at  J2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising* Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising*. $1 an inoh per month.  Les.il Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locale: 10c a line.  JULY 7,   1910  A PETER-PAUL SUGGESTION  Children's White Canvas  Oxfords, reg. $1.50, $1,00  Regular $1.25   7QC  Wheeler & Evans  City  Meat Market  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  Private   Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs; stylish drivers; new harness; everything up-to-date and  well-kept. When you wish a rig  for a Sunday drive, speak for it  early, as my finest turn-outs are  usually spoken for in advance.  A; LrMaffhews  Cliff Street Enderby  Farm  Implements  I have two. carloads of Buggies,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows and  Harrows, Discs, Feeders, Etc.,  JUST RECEIVED. Can give  terms on any of these, and want  you to call and inspect them.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDRKBY  A,_   ..   ..!./{.....   ....*$.���������������������������._<������������������. 4* ..  7  _���������������������������  E. J. Mack  Mr. F. V. Moffet has cleaned up a  valuable residential addition to Enderby on the Salmon Arm road, adjoining the property of Mr. R. R.  Gibbs. The undergrowth has been  cut and cleared away, and ;ust trees  enough left to make the lots beautiful. Thc natural rise in the land  from the road to the hill back of the  property makes it ideal for building  purposes. The property has been surveyed into town lots with appropriate roadways and streets.  At the last meeting of the City  Council Mr. Moffet presented plans of  his new addition' and asked that the  Council approve same so as to enable  him to file plan in the land registry  office, preparatory to placing the lots  on the market.  When the provincial government  opened Salmon Arm road the survey  followed the line between the property of Geo. R. Lawes and the Lam-  ley Brothers, running to the Ellson  corner post, and on either side of  this line the government requires 33  feet to be set aside by the owners for  the said  road.   When Geo.  R. Lawes  surveved his addition, he allowed for  o ���������������������������  66 feet for the government road where  it ran  through ,his property to the  line between his property and that of  the Lamlcy    Brothers,   and   33    feet  from that point to the Ellson corner  post.   The  road  was run  along  this  33-foot   strip,    the   Lamley Brothers  and owners coming after them never  having given their share of the road.  As a result,    there   is just about 33  feet of    roadway    between    the fence  fronting the   property    of Mr. Teece  and   Mr.    Jaquest    and    the   stakes'  marking the survey line of the prop-.  erty purchased   by    Mr.  Moffet from  Mr. Lawes.  When the Moffet addition plan came  up for approval, the Council deemed  it wise to have the matter of roadway settled. Mayor Bell lucidly explained to the Aldermen what they  considered the right thing to do in  the matter. Rather than require Mr.  Teece and Mr. Jaquest to move back  their fence along tlie road, they  would require Mr. Moffet to give the  cityt'33 feet more of roadway, thus  giving a road 6G feet wide. 1-Ie recognized that there was more or less of  a hardship about it, but when people bought property along a public  road, they should remember the requirement of the provincial law  relating to public roads. He felt that  Mr. Moffet could give the road with  less inconvenience than the owners of  th_n?iW^tfynSii-tliT __5rfl_^i_T^fTlie=  road, ancl he was not in favor  of requiring these property owners to  move back their fence line.  As a result of this clearly defined  policy elucidated by the mayor, the  Council decided to withhold its endorsement of . the plai\ submitted by  Mr. Moffet until they could settle  the-matter of-road way.  If this plan of Mayor Bell's is  carried out, and Mr. Moffet is required to give 33 feet frontage along  his property to save the property  owners on the north side of the road  giving it from their frontage, what  a beautiful 33-foot jog we would have  in the road west of Mr. Gibbs' property line ! Fortunately the Aldermen  are going over tlie road before any  decision is arrived at, when they will  quickly see the impracticability of  the suggestion.  Landing, and carry the excursion to  Kelowna, where a��������������������������� grand, holiday will  be spent in the park or on the shore  of the lake���������������������������wherever tbe individual  or the party wishes to spend it. The  round-trip fare will be $1.35 for  adults and 75c for children. There  will be a limited number of tickets  sold, and, as these excursions are  very popular, it behooves all those  desiring to take advantage of the  rate to speak for tickets early. In  previous years, when a similar excursion has left Armstrong, the stores  have been closed for the day to permit everybody to enjoy the trip, aud  thc demand for tickets has been more  than thc supply. The limit this year  is also lower than on other years.  LOOKING UPON THE RIGHT SIDE  A hungry man *who 'would refuse  to eat a good dinner set before him  today, because he feared his wants  might not be satisfied tomorrow,  would be regarded as a fool or a  maniac. But, is he any more senseless than the man who darkens the  sunshine of the present by worrying  over the difficulties that may arsie in  the future? Which is wiser, the  woman *who provides herself with  the light, airy gown she needs for th-.  coming summer, or the one who  spoils her comfort and happiness by  putting away the money for some  possible future contingency?  The Bishop of London is an optimist who always has a good word  fo say for everybody, even if the person under discussion may seem to  have no admirable qualities. One  day, when he had been standing up  for a particularly disreputable specimen of humanity, ._ friend said to  him: "How is it that you' can always think of something pleasant to  say about everybody under the sun?"  The bishop laughed. "Well, you  see," he said, "there Is so much good  in the worst of us and so much bad  in the best of-us that it does not become any of us to speak ill of the  rest of us."  FARMERS WITH AUTOMOBILES  On his recent visit to his South  Dakota home, H. N. Hendrickson was  struck with the apparent prosperity  of the wheat farmers. He says the  benzine buggies were as numerous on  .he farms as the horse buggies used  to be. Many of the old farmers had  retired, and were living in town, and  had automobiles to carry them about  the country.  RE-BUILT TYPEWRITERS FOR  SALE���������������������������At immensely reduced prices,  we are offering all makes of re-built  standard typewriters for sale. These  machines are in perfect condition,  having been re-built in our own workshop, by the most expert workmen in  the city. Send for price list. The  Oliver Typewriter Agency, 321 Homer  St.; Vancouver, B. C, P.O. Box 1481.  The way to   achieve    success is to  <������������������> Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  ������������������    Good Rigs;   Careful Driv-  % ers; Draying of all kinds.  J>    Comfortable and Commo-;  |> dious Stabling for teams.  I  ALL  ABOARD FOR KELOWNA !  1  $ Prompt attention to all customers ���������������������������  %     Land-seekers  and  Tourists in-'  <?> vited to give us a trial. \  <_   4  .-4* . 4 -. /iy.A:_ _ 4 4._ 4,4.4yl.* .'4 4 4- ���������������������������  ^_.  The Sunday School picnic this year  from Enderby to Kelowna promises  to be the biggest excursion that has  ever left Enderby. A special train to  accommodate .50 will leave Enderby  early Wednesday morning, July 20th,  and will return in good season the  same evening. Parents are supposed  either to accompany their children or  provide someone to look after them,  as the officers will not assume the  responsibility. The large C. P. R.  boat will meet the train at Okanagan  "d.ser.e it���������������������������no"   matter what your position in the community.  Uniform  Grades  AND GOOD MILL WORK  in lumber will  Reduce the Cost of  Building your  Home  more than BAD lumber at  cheaper prices. First Cost  is by no means the final cost.  Figure it out and you will  buy your lumber of���������������������������  A.R.Rogers Lumber  Company, Ltd.  Everyone from the Northwest and  Eastern Canada knows the high  quality of the Winnipeg  (<���������������������������:,  <i*  (������������������������������������������������������  l-  \*  .  Gold Standard  Teas, Coffees, Icings  Spices, Pickles, Etc.  We have th^Enderby rights for this well-known brand  of goods, and have just put in stock a most complete  line of ;  Gold Standard Whole Pickling Spice, ;  Thyme, Mint, Tartaric Acid, Turmeric.  Gold Standard Extracts,  Gold Standard Icings���������������������������Maple Cream, Lemon,  Orange, Chocolate, Rose, Pink.  Gold Standard Teas,  Gold Standard Coffees.  If QUALITY means anything to you 1  | you will appreciate this opportunity ������������������  to get the BEST.  ������������������������������������������������������-+���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������*      _������������������.������������������l������������������������������������tl������������������ftw<������������������'������������������lfW>������������������t"|ntn|*������������������M'������������������  _*e*$x?xs*$* _*8>_k$x$>$^ _>_x$*$x������������������<^<^^^ c _  <*> r _  ���������������������������*���������������������������  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in.General Merchandise and Supplies  <&S_>������������������.^<&S><$<S>^  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000 Re*t, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $S99,������������������__������������������.88  _JHonorory_Ere_dent._Rt._Ho_i.iLORD.=STRATH_ONA. MOUHT-ROYAL. G.G^MrG.  Presiient, Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND. K, C. M. G.  Viae-Presid������������������mt and General Manager,   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTOH, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK- DEPARTMENT J^Efi- SS-.-J*  Branches in OVaaafiran District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vern������������������n, K _<������������������wi_a and Summeviand  G. A. HENDERSON, Bag,. Manager, Vernon A. B. TA .LOB, Manaj-. r. &_da*V  ' .Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Lodre.)  King Edward Hotel, prop?i  MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  HAY  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50  per  TON  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd. I>  Thursday, July? 7,. I9i0  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Furnace  McClary's Magnet Wood Furnace has a fire-box with corrugated sides���������������������������not straight like the fire-box in ordinary  wood furnaces. The Magnet corrugated fire-box, if  stretched out straight, would be one-third longer. You  can readily see the advantage of this McClary feature  ���������������������������it nearly doubles  the heating power and  gives you the best results. The Magnet  fire-box' is better,  stronger, heavier than  you'll find in other  wood furnaces, and it  is in only two pieces,  held together with  McClary Oil Cement  at the joint (cup-  shaped) so no fumes,  smoke or gas " can  escape. The McClary  agent in the nearest  town will show you  all of the good points  of the Magnet. Write  to the nearest McClary branch for  booklet. No charge.  .-_-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-  -���������������������������^���������������������������^���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������������������������� .������������������***������������������.������������������������������������������������������..������������������.���������������������������  B. H)f <������������������ uif.  I thank Thee that I love the things of earth: ?  Ripe fruits and laugrliter, lying down to sleep, ���������������������������  The shine of lighted towns, the graver worth *  Of beating human hearts that laugh & weep. ?  ���������������������������Juliet Wilbur Tompkins.        ?  -���������������������������"���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������~������������������..  looking 3lua? for tftot  .uithni m  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary.  For Sale by A. FULTON, Enderby  B& B- B- tari. It),  I. rnon, _. d.  Truly, this is an age of discovery.  Not only are inventions never  dreamed of one hundred year ago  common commodities, but men are  discovering faculties within themselves that have lain latent through  years of growth. We believe, in our  own conceit, that humanity is at the  highest stage of development it has  ever known, while in reality we are  just entering in at the door of the  house in which some of the ancients  lived ages ago. It may be that the  human race as a whole is experiencing an outward growth not  known before, but if the egg is not  sound all through, before long the  shell will crack. True development  is not brought about by outside  learning, but {by the educating of the  inner faculties or the bringing forth  of the Absolute Good in every man;  and that is what wide-awake humanity is striving for to-day.  In their search, for God men are  delving deep into books, they are  turning the Bible inside out, revolutionizing the churches, and what is  the ultimate result? Are they any  nearer the goal? A little, maybe,*  not much. True God is omnipresent,  He is in the, Bible, the church, and  books, but then, God is in you, and  while, he. is in you, why are you  looking outside? We may iind  truths innumerable in books, companionship- and. unity in churches  and societies. But though these are  excellent, they are not the highest  good. If . we, ourselves, are the  'image of Omniscience, why should  we look without for God? God did  not come forth in any one man more  than in another. You are as full of  the All-knowing understanding as I.  If I have developed by faculties more  than you, it does not mean I have  more knowledge than you. Awake!  O sluggard, study yourself.  You cannot find God in'books, in  churches or societies, or through any  outward means. Go into the silence  of your own soul, still your biased  intellect, and meditate upon the  Good in you. There anci there alone,  brothers, can you find God. Within  you are possibilities you should  strive for with all your soul. Jesus  said, "The kingdom of heaven is  within you," and Paul said, "Christ  Enderby products in the home orchard of H. W. Harvey.  r._j&?_i?v .rr?r-_ t"1^<c~y���������������������������  9^^^^^m  ������������������_"!_' ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>-  Looking down upon Mara, where river and rail meet.  Don't forget when in need of  Office Stationery, butter paper  --anything in Job Printing-we  will do it for you reasonably and well.  in us, the hope of glory." You may  have read lovely books, helpful  books, but truly, until you find your  Maker through your own soul's inward efforts, you cannot reap the  benefit of them. Friends when you  look for God, look within, and if  your heart is truly set on Him within, Ho will appear to you in all outward works. Seek-the Good direct  from the fountain head. You may  get some water from the streams  that run from the fountain, but you  won't get it pure and unadulterated.  Oh, brothers, meditate on the  Good within you in the silence of  your inner closet and you will soon  taste nectar such as Jove never  knew.' Christ will be born in you,  now a little child in God, and you  will havo Peace, Love' and Life, unfailing, undying, everlasting. And  you will bo able through this Christ  consciousness awake in you to realize a new fire in books, a new love  in society, and a new unity with all  creation; when you congregate together you will have almighty  Power, far-reaching Love, and the  Peace which the* world cannot give.  Then the world will "see your good  works, and glorify your Father  which is,in Heaven."  _U&o Wf __������������������ Mr?  What have you made of yourself?  AVhat .have you done for the world?  Whom havo you helped on the up-  road? What sacrifices have you endured to justify the right to claim  principle? How many times have  you resisted the sale of your honor?  How often have you kept your word  rather than keep an unfair dollar or  take an unfair advantage?  Is society any' better for .your  birth, or have you added to the welfare of others.  Suppose you drop the blinders of  conceit and take a squint in the mirror of revelation. And while you're  at it get a good look. See your  weaknesses and acknowledge them.  They're bound to be found out by  some one else, because the biting  acid of "life will sooner or later eat  away the plating of hypocrisy and let  thc brass of your nature peep  through.  Who are you that you have the  right to judge anybody?  Is your'own past so spotless���������������������������has  your own record been so pure that  you're qualified to condemn any man  or woman in the tribunal of your  complacency?  Have you known hunger and privation���������������������������has your heart been torn  and your soul worn by the pressure  and the grind of misfortune? Have  you been put in positions where  temptation cried out with a thousand tongues while necessity knout-  ed with a hundred lashes? Are you  so just, so all knowing as to determine how any man or woman shall  act?    ' ; '  '   Circumstances    are    so    peculiar,  combinations of event's are so  misleading, that every wheel in the ma  chinery of justice is set to clog at  circumstantial evidence. The juryman recognizing that his verdict will  bring a definite result���������������������������that it will  send a man to his death or deprive  him of his freedom and destroy his  good name���������������������������argues and pleads and  fights with his associates over every  doubtful point in the testimony  rather than go through life with the  responsibility of condemnation.  But what of the -countless times  when the name and reputation and  character of men and women are disposed of by a word of thoughtless  slander? Do you stop then and  weigh evidence? Do you demand  proof and fact? Do you pause to  consider what motive may lie behind  the initial accusation? Do you seek  to trace its cause? Do you ponder  over the probable consequence of  your gossip?   You don't.  It isn't because you wish to hurt  nor because you are really malicious,  but because you don't visualize the  consequences   of   your   thoughtlessness���������������������������because you don't see the definite otcome of what you are doing.  The charity that you spell in dollar marks  is minor  alms.     Give of  your heart, give of your understand- *  ing, of your gentleness, of your for- .  bearance.  Don't judge.  First of all,   because when  it is   ���������������������������  yor   province   your   own   weakness.  should plead forgiveness for another.  And,'secondly,  becase  it is  usually"  none of your business to stick your  nose into affairs that do not concern  you. .; -  If you want to  Buy, Sell or  Trade  A   FARM  A. FRUIT   LOT  A   HO.U.SE  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  Eldern#ll Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L.  MATTHEWS.-  Seal of Alberta  "The Faultier Flour"  MAKES,  PERFECT  BREAD  Try a Sack and you will see that this statement  is the truth, and nothing but the truth.  WALTER ROBINSON  ENDERBY  B. C.  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  THE WALKER PRESS,  Enderby, B. C.  The man who hesitates before he  makes a promise is the one who's  most apt to keep it.  A genius is a man who doesn't  know whether he's eating boiled cabbage or stewed fudge.  Don't Go to Bed To-night without saying  a good word for the town you live in.  And add another word for the Home  Products of your town. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July- 7, lyiu  We have just received  '    a lot of  and have more coming  -..' .>_������������������������������������������������������.,������������������������������������������������������ .;-;.-  ��������������������������� O. ��������������������������� O OO O OO OO O _��������������������������� OO  Lowest Prices in the  Valley  oo oo o-o-ooo-oooooooooooooo  For the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,    Rugs   and    Mats.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  I BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY|  We .Carry  Everything ,  known to  the Trade  to keep down the  Fly Pest  Tanglefoot for use on shelf  or table, Poison Pads for  the window sills, and Flico,  the . handy coil to hang  from the . ceiling. These  aids to the housewife are  inexpensive and ever ready  and they do the work.  A. REEVES  Druggist &��������������������������� Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  Proceedings of City Council ���������������������������  and Batch of Bills Allowed  |    The   regular   meeting   of   the City i position to a more suitable location,  Council last   Wednesday evening was land that if, when the weather is suit-  attended by Mayor   Bell,   and Alder-j able,  the band   would give a weekly  men Blanchard,  Evans and Hancock,   outdoor concert,    it  would  be  much  !    After the   adoption of the minutes   appreciated    by   the   citizens of En-  1 of  the previous   meeting,  Aid.  Han-   derby. ,  ;. cock reported that the new road had P A bill was received from the Oka-  been completed from High street to ' nagan Telephone Co., for $4, for in-  Lawes street. It was decided to istallation of a telephone in the City  clear Lawes street from its junction j Hall. As this instrument was not a  with the new road to Miss Cobbs' j good one, ancl had never given satis-  lots. Referred to the board of works , faction, it was decided not to pay  ��������������������������� to have this done. j for same until   it   had been replaced  A letter   was    received from J-I. M. jby one   properly   constructed and fit  Walker, secretary   of   the celebration j for use.  T. E. Woods, having for nine  months past paid in error the dwelling house rate for water for his shop  it was decided to grant a rebate. The  Council was unable to go back beyond the current year, but granted a  credit of 50c per month for the six  months of 1910 already paid, same to  apply on rate for the 'next three  months.  Applications for water service were  received from J. S. Johnstone, new  dwelling; .A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.,  new boarding house; and J. C. Lucas  cottage on  Salmon Arm road.-  It was decided in future to charge  for water for mixing cement at the  rate of 10c per barrel of cement.  Mr. F. V. Moffet submitted plan of  proposed subdivision for approval.  Postponed pending inspection of the  ground by the council.  The building by-law was brought up  for further consideration, but was  postponed' until next meeting.  committee, stating that as the cele-  i bra tion had been cancelled owing to  ! the King's death, the committee  | thought the expenses which had been  ��������������������������� incurred previous to the cancellation  I should be defrayed by the city.  j Agreed. Decided, however, to allow  ! the Salmon Arm   Observer $2.50, the  amount charged by the Vernon and  Armstrong papers for the same service as that rendered by the Observer, instead of $3.75, the amount  charged.  I On motion of Aid. Evans, seconded  ���������������������������by Aid. Hancock, it was unanimously  ��������������������������� decided to execute a deed of sale of  : the acre of ground formerly used by  ; the city as a nuisance ground, to I-I.  '[ A. Preston.  j The finance cammittce recommended  .the payment of the following ac-  ' counts:  : School Board  orders    ,?,   10.15  :G.   Rosoman,   salary  as  clerk..    75.00  G.  Rosoman, salary as Police  I    Magistrate         15.00  ; W. R. Hancock, office work... 52.00  :A. Fulton, w. w. materials ...     113.51  JA. G. Buckel, wages        13.75  j C. Dugdale, wages         13.25  ID. Marwood, wages          5.00  ;E.   J.  Mack, dray age       11.50  |W.  A.  Russell,  labor           1.25  I The  Walker Press,  printing...       17.50  A. Reeves, stationery         '5.30  Jas.  McMahon          1.00  G.  C. Paton, int. coupon 3...       60.00  JG. Rosoman, cash dish        13.92  !A. R. Rogers Lumber Co        33.34  i Roger Dale, wages         36.00  ;W. Embrey, wages        15.00  j J. F. Dale, wages        10.50  PI.  M. Walker,   bills   in. con-  1    nection  with  celebration   ..  ORKING  HOES  Special Prices and Special  Values now offered  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_>������������������*���������������������������"���������������������������-���������������������������"���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-_.���������������������������  ROAD TO LAWES STREET  We can   still show  the Goods  Some  prime   stall-fed   beef  on  cut at the present time  Our  Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C   p-r������������������f-e-ss-i������������������Nt_l-   17.00  The clerk ' reported    that   the   safe  had been   sold   to    J. R. Linton, at  the price set by the council, $110.  !    The clerk reported that the'balance  j of taxes for the    year 1905, collected  | by  the government    on behalf of the  .city,  amounting   to $91.87,  had  been  received  from the government.  It was decided to renew the allowance of ?10 per month to the band.  The clerk was instructed to inform  the band that the bandstand would  shortly be removed  from its present  It is a matter of great satisfaction  that the road opening up the Lawes  addition from High street to Lawes  street has been done by the city at  so little cost, and it is a matter for  further satisfaction that the work of  clearing Lawes street has been undertaken by the board of works. No  one is more capable to do the work  than Aid. Hancock, whose long experience in road building has given  him a knowledge that few men possess.  MOUNT TATLOW  As a monument to the late minister of finance and agriculture, who  lost his life under tragic circumstances three'months ago, the hitherto  unchristened culminating peak of the  Cascade mountains, rising to a  height of 10,000 feet immediately to  the south of the Nemiah Valley, has  been named Mount Tatlow, at the  suggestion of Mr. Sidney Williams,  of the British Calumbia government's  field  survey staff.  What we call  righteousness is only  a form of common sense.  Are You Going to  ig Sale of  Ladies' Shoes  Do not miss it this week  4 We are offering special Values in  I Toilet Sets, Dinner Sets, and Gran^  i ite Ware.  I  ������������������_������������������_���������������������������������������������_**������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������.������������������".������������������-_-_-<-_������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������.���������������������������__���������������������������������������������_���������������������������������������������_.._*.  Come in and see our splendid line of MEN'S SUITS.  A Just received: a big shipment.  | .............................................^  LADIES: We have a few of  those  pretty Shirt  Waists left, and are offering them at right prices.  .).|..������������������.,|..|,.|������������������������������������..|.|-l-l-4M-l������������������������������������-^l������������������l-*-l-l-������������������������������������f    ������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������ .������������������_������������������_9_#H)  ���������������������������-���������������������������*���������������������������_ -���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������ _+.  POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  . _  J\U. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, n to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5  Evenin ., 7 to 8  Sunday, liy nppointnaent  Office: Cor. ClifT nnd GorRe .Sts. ENDERBY  LOOPS  w,  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,   j  Notary Public, Conveyancer, \  etc. j  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C.!  _I_PI������������������_IWH !���������������������������__. IIIIIIIMH ������������������������������������������������������_ ___IM������������������M������������������Mi������������������_MW^____________���������������������������i    '  SECRET SOCIETIES \  A.F.&A.MJ  Enderby Lodrc No, Vx \  lieculur meotin.* timt :  Thursday on or after the :  full moon tit 8 p. m. in Odd- ,  fellows Hull. Vlsitinn '  brethren cordially invited.  12th  V  x-_  ��������������������������� **>*���������������������������-' W___   *���������������������������*������������������__: '-���������������������������  TRAIN LEAVES  6:30  FKEU. H. HAKNJ* _  W. M.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  Tickets can now  be procured at  station  ROUND      TRIP  $3.15  ��������������������������� ia  ._  1  .*���������������������������  Do you know you  can buy  Victoria  I. 0.0. F.  _S/   Eureka Lodge, No. SO  Meets every Tuesday  even int. at 8 o'clock, in I. 0.  O. F. hall. Metcalf  block.    Visiting* brothers always    welcome.    J.   A.  McMorland,  N. G.,  A,  Reeves, Sec'y, K. .1. Mack, Treiis.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Moots ovory Monday evvnin.:  in K.of I'. Hull.    Visitors cordially invited tonttend.  ROBT. N. BAILEY, C.C.  C. E. STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F. ;  K.of P. Hall ia thc only hall in Enderby uui table  for public entertainments.    For rates, etc, apply j  to- R. F.JOHNSTONE, M. E��������������������������� Enderby  Get your Tickets on previous day and thus avoid the ;.*  morning rush.    Enderby City Band in attendance      *  ���������������������������:���������������������������  L LODGE MEETING evening of July I  9th.   Church Services,  July 10th, $  ���������������������������;��������������������������� - * at 11 a.m., in, tke Baptist church. ���������������������������['  ���������������������������f. Members will meet at Lodge Room at 10:30 sharp. $  * Visiting brethren cordially mvitedlto be present. t  | H. A. PRESTON, W.M. '     CHAS! GARDEN, R.S. ������������������  at the same price as other  Teas?  Then why not?  Malkin's Teas  Always pleas.  Glad to have you test them  Walter   Robinson  CASH GROCER  Have you seen it?  It would give your boys and girls  sound business training, and teach  them how to get along in tlie world  by honest, fearless, sturdy effort.  Jockeying in business is a-thing of-  the past.  To-day it is straight, honest ellort  and "the know how" that counts.  When you invest in an OLIVER  TYPEWRITER YOU ARE TAKING  THE FIRST STEP THAT LEADS  TO SUCCESS.  SUCCESS IS STAMPED UPON  EVERY MOVEMENT.  WHY?  Because, back of every movement  there is MERIT.  Write The Oliver Typewriter Co.,  Chicago, or call at The Walker Press  and see the machine in operation and  get particulars.  ���������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������*<������������������������������������������������������  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  *%


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