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 V       r  Enderby, B. C, June 23, 1910  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 17; Whole No. 121  Brief Mention of News /  of Interest to Enderby District  Good morning!    Nice penmanship on  your tax notice, isn't it ?  'Postponement is the father of fail-  ' ure.   Do it-today.  A boy was   born to Rev. and Mrs.  Connor last Friday.  Mrs. W. Covey- is visiting her parents for a few weeks.  A daughter   was   born to Mr. and  Mrs. W. G.-Pringle, last week.  .     W. T. Holtby is unloading another  shipment of furniture this week.  cMiss Forster   left lust week on the  summer|s visit to the Old Country. -  The cottage of Aid.'Blanchard, on  the-Salmon Arm roadUs well underway.  Armstrong is advertising a big day  . -of sportsfor ��������������������������� July 1st.   Enderby will  be there ! -  ''    It is1 worth a   long trip, to see the  magnificent-display" of pieonies at the  - Lawes-home. ."    '/-���������������������������:'-" "- ..������������������   -'' "   .  Mrs. V'.'C' Brimacombe left for "the  '-coast~last-. Thursday," -to ?be absent'  .six or eight weeks.', ,.   . - ,_  - We. were'^treated.,., to' a: beautiful-  : bouquet of roses., from the-garden of;  " Mrs. Geo. Folkard this.week. '��������������������������� - '  *��������������������������� " ��������������������������� '    '   ������������������    - -   i -  Robt.. Peel is.Jlluminating the Enderby   Trading - Co.   store 1 with his  ' mellow smile, after an illness of several days.  Grindrod has two station signs,  ao_ everything, about "the place, has  been newly painted and polished up  to the queen's taste.  Wm. Elson has put a new- roof on  the Goerge street property recently  purchased by' him, and is otherwise  improving the house..  Norman Grant has greatly added  to the appearance of his * George  street property, by fencing it with  the ornamental wire.  Messrs.   Foster   &   Proctor are re  placing the snake fences along their  splendid property north of Enderby,  with a neat straight fence.  The pretty cottage home of Mr.  and Mrs. Wm. Woods is being finished  by the painters,- and they hope to  move into it in a week or so.  The rose bushes about the Moffet  home-are a rare picture,-the-colors  and the perfection of foliage and  flower being unusually attractive.  J. S. Johnstone has a cetaent-  brick making machine,/ and has on  hand at his cement works, samples  of this high-class   building material.  Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gray have  taken up their residence in their new  cottage on Regent street, and are  fast adding to its beauty and surroundings.  The shooting at the local rifle  range promises to have a vcry exciting ending. A. E. Taylor is now in  the lead, but there are several giving  him a close run.  Geo. R. Lawes is receiving frequent  enquiriers for lots in his hill property. A cottage for Miss Cobb will  be built on Lawes street as soon as  a roadway is cut to the lots.  The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Calgary, will hold a confirmation service in St. George's church  on Tuesday next, the 28th inst, at 8  o'clock in the evening.  . .��������������������������� ^  For Sale���������������������������A farm wagon, logging  sleigh and disc harrow���������������������������-good as new.  Apply, H. F. Flewwelling, Enderby.  - The painters are. finishing work on  the Lemke home, and Mr. and Mrs.  Lemke hope to be "at- home" to  their many friends in their handsome new home in a week or two.  The Orangemen will this year celebrate the Glorious Twelfth at Kamloops. The excursion rate from Enderby will be .3.15. Any information  regarding the day will be furnished  by Chas. Garden.  Naramata-will hold its first regatta  to-day, commencing at 2 p.m. The  program of events,- and the prizes  offered insures a day of lively interest, and should'attract a large number of lovers of aquatic sports.  The foundation and-' cement-block  work on the new "Reeves-hi;me, on  Cliff street was finished' - this week,  and Contractor- Blanchard is pushing,  the frame work.- "-'It gives promise; of  being a very.-handsome dwelling.-  D. T, Forbes, of ;the Eastern Townships' bank, Grand Forks, who has.  been relieving Mr. Lawson, - manager  of the local - office for the past two  ���������������������������weeks,- .returned-" home- on- Tuesday.���������������������������  Keremeos ^correspondent Hedley .Gazette.   '-- "'--  ' " -  ., Paddy Murphy delights . to. show  appreciative strangers the beauties  of woods and' river and mountain j  scenery about Enderby, behind his  single-steppers. -This week he has  treated Mr. Breedon liberally to the  pleasure.  Mr. and Mrs. W. A! Dobson leave  this week for England. In taking  their departure from Enderby, Mr.  and Mrs. Dobson leave behind many  very warm friends- who wish them  every success and happiness in the  "old home"town'V  The Presbyterian church grounds  are being much improved; the property- -is_being__newly...fenced,   and_a  sidewalk is to be built along Regent  street, and the one fronting the property on Belvedere street is to be  rebuilt and increased in width.  The auction sale of the furnishings  of the Dobson ho me, which was conducted by B. Francis last Saturday  afternoon," was largely attended.- It  was strictly cash on the goods being  knocked down, and therefore the bidding was not as brisk as usual. The  quality of the goods made it essential  that every sale was a bargain.  The McGill matriculation exams  were held last week, the following  candidates writing: Miss Mildred  Ruttan, Miss Irma Flewwelling, Miss  Phyllis Faulkner and Reginald Crane.  The examinations were held in the  City Hall, and were conducted by  Rev. J. Leech-Porter. The regular  public school examinations will commence Monday, July 4th.  A sad drowning accident occurred  at Mara on Sunday, in which Victor,  the 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.  Putula, lost his life. With other  children the lad was playing on the  river bank and fell in. His playmates ran for assistance, but it was  twenty minutes before his body was  recovered. The funeral' was held  Tuesday morning, Rev. J. Leech-  Porter officiating.  Ernest A. Johnson, a Scandinavian  out from the old home only a few  months, and employed in the lumber  yard of the A. R. Rogers Lumber  Co., died at the Vernon hospital last  Wednesday as the result of a double  operation for appendicitis. Manager  Stevens, of the Company, showed  particular interest in the young man,  and contributed in every way possible  to his comfort, and his countrymen  feel deeply the debt of gratitude they  owe for the kindness shown. The  body was brought to Enderby and  intered from ��������������������������� the/ Methodist church  last" Thursday morning, Rev. Mr.  Connor officiating. .  An ice cream so'cial will be given in  Hullcar Hall, Friday afternoon, July  8th, with strawberries and cream and  delicious cakes served on the side. In  the evening a dance will be held, and  refreshments served. Admission to  dance, $1.00 for gentlemen; ladies'  free.  Owing to the frequent warm showers of. June bringing on the local  strawberry crop so rapidly, it has  been found advisable to bring on the  annual strawberry show" "a week  earlier" than the . time' heretofore advertised.*. It will be held in K. P.  Hall next' Wednesday afternoon and  evening, . June 29th. Don't miss it.  The Dutch Social will come with-it.  . The garden party given last evening  on .the .recreation--grounds,.,by,- the  ladies -of the Presbyterian church,*  was not the usual success, owing to  a heavy rain dampening the grounds  (as well as the ardor) and keeping  the big crowd at.home. The lacrosse  boys of Armstrong, accompanied by a  large- number of their supporters,  drove up to have - a "go" .with the  Enderby team, and. the footballers  got up a* scratch game. The band  concert was also an interesting feature.  There are on exhibition,_ at A.  Reeves drug store some of the handsomest ^photographs of the district  just south of Enderby which it has  ever been our pleasure to see. That  of the Fortune home, .with the pioneer seated in the foreground, is" ex-  Hospital Auxiliary Organized;  Officers and Committees Named  ceptionally^good,^also^that=of=theTSOUth=orCIiff^streelrMrsrEeech-Por  Stepney orchard.   They are the work  of Hudson, the photographer, of Kelowna, whom Mr. DeHart engaged to  come to Enderby to do the work. In  the near future Mr. Hudson promises  to give us a panoramic photo of the  Enderby district, and possibly another of the Valley from the top of  the Cliff.  The meeting called for last Thursday afternoon, to consider the matter of organizing an auxiliary to  work in conjunction with Mrs. Sewell  and daughter in their efforts to* establish a cottage hospital in their  home on Mill and High streets, was  well attended by the ladies of Enderby and vicinity, and much interest  was' . manifest. Organization was  effected, and the following ladies elected officers:  President, Mrs. H.W. Harvey; secretary, Mrs. Jas. 'Martin; treasurer,  Mrs. A. Reeves. A committee was  named to draft .a constitution. and  by-laws for the association;.also one  to solicit the district for members.  The membership fee was placed at  $1 a year.  It is the object of* the ladies of the  Auxiliary to raise at once, by public  subscription, sufficient funds to provide all the necessary accessories to"  furnish the hospital and start "it off  right. These funds -will be used by  the auxiliary purchasing committee,  and a strict accounting will be kept  of all purchases made. _ The accessories so" purchased" will remain the ���������������������������pro-''  perty of-the hospital-auxiliary,'and  will-be placed at the service, of "Mrs.  Sewell' and Miss Sewell so"-long as  they operate a hospital. -If the' necessary amount can be raised for the  purchase of these - accessories, the  Enderby hospital - will be" able to  give patients as good treatment as  can be secured in any of the larger  institutions, for the ladies are determined to provide everything absolutely necessary to give the sick the  proper care. .       .     ,     .  The following ladies were named on  the several committees: Constitution  and By-laws��������������������������� Mrs. Leech-Porter and  Mrs. Geo. Bell, with the regular officers; Soliciting committee: Mrs.  Hendrickson   and   Mrs.   Pearson, for  . TRINITY VALLEY ROAD   .  Our   Trinity   Valley   correspondent  sends..this   item- of good news:' "I  have seen. nothing , in   the issues of  your pape* as. to   any reply having  been received by   the Enderby Board  of Trade to the communication they -  sent to    the    Government  regarding  the Trinity Valley road and  bridge.  This -week,    however, two settlers of:  this Valley were deputed to-wait,up-..  on Mr. Hamilton   Lang, road superintendent,    Vernon,'  as we could-get  no satisfactory information from him  by letter, and I am glad to say that  Mr. -Lang   informed, the'deputation'  that .the   questions   relating to; the  bridge have   now   been   settled, and  that we may rely upon the. road and '  proposed.bridge being constructed.in;  the course, of the current year... Mr.-".  Lang'"also stated that he intends vis-.'  iting.the Valley   next week in order"  to go over .the intended line of .that..  road as well. as the lineTof the road  to   connect   the N. E. branch-of. the,'*.  Valley, with the road to Enderby:<CC['  Wm. Owen had Jas. Bell up before  Magistrate Rosoman last Thursday,  charged with assault. A number of  Maraites were in attendance as witnesses. It seems that Mr. Owen's  cows got into Mr. Bell's hay field.  Mr. Owen happened along about this  time, and Mr. Bell asked him to  drive his cattle out of the field. Mr.  Owen said he would when he returned  from the postoffice. Mr. Bell pushed  him off the ��������������������������� fence over which Mr.  Owen attempted to climb, and would  not let him pass. (He was travelling  across Mr. Bell's field.) The case occupied some hours, and the court decided in favor ,of the complainant  and imposed a fine of $1 and costs.  CARD OF THANKS  In the name of the Scandinavians  in the employ of the A. R. Rogers  Lumber Co., I wish to sincerely  thank Manager Stevens for the kindness and consideration shown by him  in the interest of Ernest August  Johnson during his illness, and for  deeper consideration at the death of  Mr. Johnson and his subsequent  burial. J. A. UTAS.  ter and Mrs. Flewwelling for north  side of Cliff street; Mrs. Leech-Porter  and Mrs. Walker," North Enderby;  Mrs. Haines, for Mara; Mrs. Dr.  Keith, Salmon Arm road; Mrs. A.L.  Matthews, south of Enderby.  - The committee appointed to canvass the district will get busy this  week, and .when _they call upon YOU  they hope to receive a hearty welcome, and the necessary membership  fee to assist them in their worthy  undertaking.  DALE WINS SUIT  Attorney Banton won another case  before Judge Swanson, at Vernon,  the decision being handed down yesterday; A. Bridgman appearing for  the defendant. It was in the case of  Jas. F. Dale vs. T. Carefoot, in  which plaintiff sued to recover $300,  alleged to have been overpaid defendant in a log contract this spring.  Sums of money had been ordered  paid by Dale to the defendant and  his brother on the strength of deliveries which they claimed had been  made, ancl when the time of settlement arrived it was found the measurements did not tally with the  amounts ordered paid. Judgment  was given for the full amount sued  for, less certain discrepancies discovered in tally sheet, and a counter  claim for alleged damages for $338.00  was dismissed, defendant -to pay all  costs.  An old buggy for sale. $40 takes  it.     Apply, Robt. Waddell, Enderby.  STARTING A.NIGHT. SHIFT. ,-.y  "-alanager, Stevens   has" been ^having  sleepless nights lately./' He started 'tonight-shift in the mill the past week,.  *l -   f - . _t ,    * -i      - - ��������������������������� <'  and it required some nights for the ~-  men to., get- in touch, and - keep, every- -'  thing   running   smoothly.   The day-  shift is one of the best in B. C. They  average a little better than one! log  a minute on a month's run���������������������������and that  is going:   He did not .want to weaken ���������������������������_  the team   work   on .his shift so put ,  new   men   at, the   machines   on the  night shift.   The first few nights "the  cut was not large,"but gradually."the"1  night-shift   is   getting into shape to  make a showing.   It is" Mr. Stevens'  policy to push his" men ahead as fast *-  as they can   travel, and rather than  get new men he   has pushed some of  his "reliables"  into positions higher  than they have heretofore held. He.  wants to see them make good, and  they are trying not to disappoint  himr The hum of the saws throughout the night gives Enderby a lively  tonic for breakfast.  CITY  COUNCIL  MEETING  . At the meeting-of-the City-Council   held last Wednesday evening, June 15,  the Board of Works was instructed to  proceed at once with the construction  of the proposed road from High  street to Lawes street; the Board of  Works was instructed to havc the  narrow sidewalk now fronting the  Presbyterian church taken up and re-  laid on Regent street, and a new  six foot walk laid on Belvedere;, tho  building bylaw passed its second  reading; the public library regulations were amended so as to permit *  four to form a quorum; the Council  did not approve the suggestion made  by the library board that the library  be known as the Stepney Library,  but preferred to have the library  known as "The City of Enderby Public Library." It was decided to hold  a tax sale on September 3rd The  price of $110 was fixed on the safe  previously used by the city but now  out of commission since the city  acquired a vault.  FIFERS WANTED  Two or three fifers to play in band  at Kamloops on July 12th. For particulars apply Drawer 1, Salmon Arm  B. C.    . ' n wwii mi r. iim_ tumi _r������������������^nT_irri ._ -irrnn_Tj   ������������������������������������������������������ n i i  OR, THE NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL HILL.  CJ!A PTKI. XIII. --(Cont'd) i woids, "God bless y.m, Maude,'"'  Under some circumstances iti more, i'lian recompensed her for the  would have been a verv unsatisfac-' >'i^ "In. hud incurred. Gradually  l(.r. message, but with'her changed��������������������������� lie'- fear subsided, particularly  feeling's toward the writer, and ? when she learned that it was in I act  James De Yore sitting at her side. | tiie Miridoid.  she .scarcely noticed how cold i'tj jn this n.anncr nearly two weeks  wa.., aiul throwing it down, tore; passed away, and the panic-strick-  open Louis's letter which had come! <_n villagers were beginning to  in the evening mail. It was very j breathe more freely, when it was  brief, and hastily perusing its eon-itok! thorn one day that- Maude and  ten i.s, Maude cast it from her with  a. cry of horror and disgust ��������������������������� then  catching ii up, she moaned, ''Oh,  must fgo!-1 can't!    I can't!"  "What is it?" asked Mr. Do Vere  and pointing to the lines, Alaude  bode him read.  Dr. Kennedy had the smallpox, so  Louis were both smitten with (hc  disease. Dr. Kennedy was by this  timo so much better that Louis was  taken to his apartment, where he  ministered to him himself, while the  heroic Alaude was left to the care  of John. Everything he couki do  foi' hcr hc did, but his heart sunk  Louis wrote, and Nellie, who had | within him when he saw how fast  been home i'or a few days, had fled j hcr fever came on, and heard hcr.  in fear back tu (he city. Hannah, I in her sleep, mourn for hei* mother,  too.  had gone,  and there    'was no  to hold her aching head.  one left to care for the sick man.  sa.o John and "the almost helpless  Louis.  ���������������������������'Father i.s so sick." hc wrote,  "and lie says, fell Alaude for humanity's sake to come."  If there was onc disease more  than another of which Maude stood  in mortal fear, it was thc smallpox, and her first impulse was, "I  will not go." But when she reflected that'Louis,  too, might take  "She mustn't die," he. said.  "Will the good Father send some  one to help V  The prayer of the weak African  ..���������������������������I;- heard. James Dc Vere had  never, for a day, lust sight of  Air.ude. Immediately after hcr return he had written io the physician, requesting a daily report, and  when, at last, he learned that shc  was ill, and all alone, he came unhesitatingly,  presenting  a   striking  it,  and need her care, hcr rcsolu- j ,.ei,trasl to the timid J. ('    who had  stand by iiomovcdj- and -../darting  from the I'oom, he mountcu "lit  woodshed stairs, and from beneath  the rafters drew out an-old_leathern wallet, where, from time to  tame, hc had deposited money for  ���������������������������'the wet day." Re counted out the  ton golden eagles which his purse  contained, and, going back to  ���������������������������Maude, placed them in her hand,  saying ��������������������������� ''Oo '16.' Koehcster,' Miss  Maude. .1 saved 'cm for you, for I  wouldn't have, the light sque.nehcd  in them shiniir eyes for all thc land  in old Virginny."  Thc necessary arrangements^were  quickly made, and ere a week was  passed, Alaude Funnel herself in  .{ochcsler, and an inmate of Airs  Kclscy's family: for, louched with  pity, that lady had offered to receive her, and during her brief stay  treated her with every possible attention. Nellie, too, was vcry kind,  ministering carefully to the comfort  of hcr stepsister, who had ceased to  bc a rival, for well shc knew J. C.  De Vere would never wed a penniless bride aud blind!  CHAPTER XV.  The 20th of October came, and  with a firm hand Ala iul c Glcndowcr  arrayed herself for the bridal,  which was lo take place at an early  hour.' The scar on the end of thc  doctor's nose had shaken her purpose for an instant, but when she  thought again of thc unpaid bills  lying in her private drawer, and  when,   more than    all,  the  doctor  "SALADA" is grown in the finest tea gardens of  the Island of-Ceylon, picked every day and reaches  you not later than fifteen weeks after being gathered. Its native purity and fine flavour are preserved  in air-tight sealed "SAL AD A" packets. You,  arc guaranteed  tea of unvarying  good quality.  Ask your grocer for a package to-day.  You'll like it.  plainly discernible, lighted as it  was with an oil lamp and a single  tallow candle. But shc scarcely  lh( ught of this, so intcnC was shc  upon the beautiful face of the crippled boy, who sat in his arm-chair,  eagerly awaiting hcr arrival.  "This is Louis," the father said,  a.'d the scornful eyes wliich with  onc rapid glance had scanned thc  whole apartment, filled wilh tears  ;i? they turned toward the boy.  Dropping oh one knee before him  the lady parted the silken hair from  hi*, forehead, sa.ying vcry gently,  "Vou must bc like your mother,  sav that your eyes are brown, and  hers were blue.   May I bc your mo  the Lmarriage vows. They were to  go to Laurel Hill that day, a.nd  when thc doctor saw thc handsome  fin ni ture. ot her rooms was still  untouched, he ventured to ask "if  she had left orders to have it sent."  "Oh, f didn't tell you, did J, that  tion    changed, and    moving   away: heard of her illness, and,' at first, | my furniture was all mortgaged to  from hcr companion, shc said firm- i d_red not open thc letter which his  Mr_  Kaymond for board and bor  ly, "J must go, fur if any thing be- j cousin    wrote,    apprising    him    of  fall my brother, how can I answer! Maude's affliction,  to our mother for having betrayed j    ]-ju(. Maude  did not die; and  afc! my furniture."  and the little soft,  rowed  money,   too;   but of course  you don't care; you did nofc marry  iny trust.     Ur.  Kennedy,   too, w.isj|jlC expiration of ten days shc was  her husband, and hc  must not bo  S(.  f.ir ()Ut  (lf danger that    James  left to die alone  "Do not urge mc to stay, but rather help mc to go, for J must leave  Hampton to-morrow. _uii- will get  some one fo lake my- place as .1,  of course,  shall not return, and if  ] have it- "  Here shc paused, while the trembling of her body showed how 'terrible to her was the dread of thc  disease.  "Alaude Remington," .aid Mr.  De Vere, struck with admiration by  her noble, self-sacrificing spirit, "I  will not bid yon stay, for \ know-  it would be useless, but if that  which you so much fear conies upon you, if the face now so fair to  loo., upon be maircd ami disfigur-| cic.,erted her master's family iii  cd unlil not a lineament is left of*,]lcir affliction. As if fo make  lhc once beautiful girl, come back a���������������������������K.n<js for t,|_is she exerted herself  to cleanse the house, from everything which could possibly inspire  fcai on the villagers, a.nd by the  s.rms involuntarily toward her, and *]���������������������������... of Allg���������������������������st there'was scarce a  scarce knowing what shc did, she Lrcce jfift "vi llic rcccnt jjCourgc,  went forward to thc embrace. S!lve lhc deop sc;n. on lhc CIuJ of tlj0  Pushing back the silken curls which (|���������������������������cl(,r-s nos0i onR ���������������������������,. twi) nKlv].s on  clustered around  her lorchcad,  hc j_,)njs--s facc.   nmi    .,  weakness    (Jf  Dc Vere yielded to the importunity  of-his mother, who, in an agony of  terror, besought him to return.  "J would do even more for you if  J could,"' hc said. "I am not afraid  of the varioloid, and henceforth I  snail think gratefully of it for having dealt so lightly with you."  So, saying, he lurncd away, feeling happier-than he could well express, that Alaude had not only escaped from death, but that there  would bc no marks left to fell how  near the ravager had been.  After a little Hannah returned  to her post of duty, hcr beauty unimpaired and herself thoroughly  ashamed of having thus heartlessly  to  nie.  same."  A.s hc  Jove  yuu  a l  ic  1   wi  spoke, he    stretched   his  white hands were laid upon those  of thc bridegroom, while thc lustrous eyes sought his face, to witness thc effect of hcr words.  A rap at thc door, and a note  from Messrs. Barnabas Muggins  and Brown, "hoped Aliss Glcndowcr would not forget to settle hcr  bill."  "It's really quite provoking to  tremble you with my debts so soon,"  said thc lady, "but 1 dare say that  wc should have no secrets from  each other, and so I may as well  show you these at once," and she  turned into his lap a handful of  .iiis, amounting in all to four hundred dollars, due to thc different  tradesmen of Troy.  The spot on the nose was decidedly purple. ".Really, Airs. Kennedy, J did not expect this..and ''tis  a max "  "Never mind the maxim,''' and  "the mouth of the speaker was covered by a dimpled hand, as Maude  Glcndowcr continued, "it's mean,  ] know. bufc.as true as I live-, 1  don't owe another cent. Four  hundred dollars is not much, after  shall love you very much, my mo  ther."  "What of your sister'?" the lady  said at last, rising to hcr feet. "Is  she  recovering hcr sight?"  "Nellie writes (here is hope,"  said Louis,, "though she did not receive attention soon enough, the  physician says."  There was reproach, contempt,  and anger in thc large black eyes  which sought the doctor's face, bufc  the tallow candle burned but dim,  and so hc did not sec it.  "It will be a." great misfortune  to hcr. and vcry hard on me if she  is blind,, for of course 1 must take  care of her," he said at'last, while  his wife indignantly replied,. "Take  cirr of her! Yes, I'd sell my diamonds rather than sec hcr suffer!"  Supper was now announced, and  in examining the arrangement of  tiie table, and inspecting lhc furniture of the dining-room, the bride  foigot everything save the novelty  or her situation. It needed but one  glance of hcr keen eyes to read lhc  whole, and ere the close of the  next day. she understood hcr position  perfectly,   and  summoning   to  HOW THIN FOLKS  CAN GET FLESHY  iY__*VY^  SFkMVH  Kills Bone Spavin  Rich Valley, Alta, May 20th. 1909  "I liave used your Spavin Cure for a  long tiiiic and would not be without it.  Have killed a Done Spavin by its use."  OLE CARLSON.  That   tells   the  whole  story.    Anil  hundreds of thousands have had tlie  _r_uic experience in the pkst _0 years.  For Spavin, Ringbone, Curb,  Splint. Swellings and  ail Lameness,  Kendall's Spavin Cure cures the  trouble���������������������������makes the horse sound ������������������nd  well���������������������������and saves money for the owner  because it removes the cauce of the  trouble.  Keep a bottle always at hand- Jl orC  for $5. Good for man and beftst. Ask  your ilealer for free copy of our book  '"A Treatise On The Horse" or writy us.  D_t. I. J. HF.NI._L1. CO. Enoskurg Falls, VI.  Camphor Ice  FOR CHAPPED SKIM k_B UPS,  cold sores, mmw,  12 Vaseline Remedies in Tubes  Capsicumi   Bornted. <_iC_t_r__lr_, Cnrtx.  lated, Cunipliosuted, White Oxide of _inc.  etc.   Ench for special purposes.   Write for  Free Vaseline Book.  CHESEBROUGH MFC. CO. t'Cons'd)  370 Craig St. W., Montreal  1_BCW_5U>������������������ M������������������_M.    "������������������ .������������������l������������������_;_T'r������������������->T-.  ____i__ad^lia?_ i _.'iff ���������������������������;i ii d--111. ii��������������������������� r _ l _as.  ing hor, said : ''Forgive me, Maude,  if I have taken more than a cousin's  liberty with yuu. 1 could not help  it "  Awhile longer ihey talked together, _.lr. Dc. Vere promising to  .send a servant to take her home in  the morning. Then, as the huh had  ..!.. and the night shadow:, were,  -deepening in the. room, they bade  f������������������oh other good-bye, and ire the  next day's sun wav very high iu tlie  heavens. Maude ������������������:i.i fa. on her way  to l.;niivl  Hiil.  HIA FT F.I. XIV.  Dr   Kennedy had been to BulTalo,  ;iiii!  taken  (he smallpox, so hi1-,  attending   ph\sician     said,   and    the  news    .pr<ad    rapidly.   fri_hlening  ill, and you ought to be willing to  ���������������������������. I-.'i-udeAs^eyeSf-wli ieW io ea rne. at=l ti-sty]-'^'-^cv-Ci1=. nure=f.or=un e.__.do 1 i_Uy-0-U.  think so, dearest?''5  . ''Yc-es,'' faintly answered the  doctor, who, knowing there was no  alternative, gave ;i check for thc  whole amount on a. bank, where he  had funds deposited.  Maude    .lendowor was a  charm-  n  cause of serious alarm.  It was in vain that Louis implored his father to seek medical aid in  R (.ehe.st.er. where, the physicians  were, .supposed tu have more experience in such matters. The doctor  refused,   saying.   " 'twas   a-  maxim  New Accidental Discovery .ives  Sl.u-lliug It .siilf.���������������������������Mills _ l_.ii on  Thin People anil Rounds Out Lm*  [lorFeel Pigures.  _imp!c Proscription (iivcu.  of his not to counsel with any one. i ing travelling    companion,   and  in  lU'ivous people as they  never were. it')],, must, it be  and  he guessed    he knew    how to  manage sore eyes.''  Hut Maude's eyes were not sore���������������������������  Ihey wen; merely wea! . while the  pain in the eyeball was sometimes  so intense as to wring from her a  eiy of suffering.  "Oh. Louis,'' she said to hor brother one day. "I would so much rather die than to be blind, aiul never  s< c you any more-never see tin.  beautiful    world    J   love  so   much.  Is there no help 1"  no ueip  frightened before.    Xcllie had been]    -'.Janies l.)e Vere could help us if  home I'or a week or two, but. at iIii'JIk: were here.'"' answered Louis, his  fust   alarm  she   lied,   ru:.iing head- j ,lVl* i   tears   mingling     with   his  sis-  long through the hall and down lhe   tcs's,  .stairs,   unmindful of the  1 re.rnulous j     |jut    James    De  voice,    which      cried     impioring'y. . Hampton   for  Xow  Vere    had  left  Orleans,   where  "Don't, leave me,  daughter,  in dic,j|f, w,',i,l,| probably remain until the  ob-iie !" 'winter,   aud  there could be uo aid  Hannah needed no second bidding  expected from him.  to run,  and half an hour later she:     ;\j   length   .1.   ('..   loused   not  so  wis domesticated    with    a colored ' mueli by  the touching letter which  family, win.   lived  not far from lhe|Hh,, wrote him, as by the uncertain  landwritiug,  came   himself,   bring;  .Hill. Thus lefl lo themselves.  Louis and  .lohn.  together with the  physician, did what they could for  the sick man, who at last proposed.  .ending for Maude, feeling intuitively tliat she would not desert him  as his own child had done. Silent,  desolate and forsaken the old house  looked as Maude approached it. She  ������������������'_p.'TifiK:cd no dilliciilly in finding  the .sick room, where Louis'" cry of  deliudil, John's expression of jov,  ��������������������������� !.  nig with him a physician, .wlio carefully examined the soft black eyes,  which could not now endure the  light, then shaking his head, lie said  gravely, "There is still sonic hope,  but she must, go to the city, where  I  can see her every day.''  J, (.,'. really had not the ready  means wilh which to meet the expense, while. \)r. .Kennedy had not  the inclination.    Hut one there was,  listening to her lively sullies, and  noticing the admiration t,hc received, the doctor forgot his; lust four  hundred dollar*.. John was waiting for them, and the moment her  eye. fell upon the carriage he. had  burrowed from a. neighbor, the new  wi/e exclaimed, "Oh. I hup.' that  lumbering old thing is not ours, it  would give me (he rickets tu ride  in   il   long."'  ''It's borrowed.'" the doctor said,  a*, she continued, "I'll pick out.  mine, and my horses, loo. I'm  finite a connoisseur in those matters."  When about three miles from the  village, the lady started up, saying, "she had left her shawl, and  must  gu back immedintely.''  ''There is not time,'"' .said the  doctor, "for the sun is already  nearly set. It, will be perfectly safe  until we send for it.'''  "'But' it's inv India shawl. I must  it.  and the lady's hand was  reins   to   turn   the  nave  laid   upon   the  horses' heads.  Of course they went back, finding  thc shawl, not at the hotel, but under the carriage cushions, where  the la-dy  herself had placed it.  The doctor did not care even if  the clock did strike nine just as  thoy slopped at their own gate. The  Fvr    women���������������������������and    men  too,  for  that matter���������������������������who can never appear  stylish with anything they wear, because of abnormal thinness ami angularity, this remarkable prescripts i:.   is destined to solve the problem      As a. beauty   maker  for   thc  figure it is simply wonderful while  it adds brightness to the eyes, and  color  to .the  cheeks .and .lips..    It  requires no particular dieting, but  acts as an aid to nature by its peculiar action  on    the    nerves  and  blood supply. Thc blood and nerves  distribute over the    body,   all  thfl  nourishment or flesh  building elements obtained from the, food. Thc  trouble with thin people has always  been that they do not absorb or  retain enough of the fleshy matter to  make them gain  in  weight even  io  a normal extent; but Ihis new discovery of blending certain harmless  drugs is a revelatiun lo science, and  hundreds have gained  from  ten to  forty pounds in a. few weeks. There  is no danger of becoming  too f .t.  When you get the. right weight then  slop using.  The general health and strength  is greally improved in anyone from  the age of sixteen to sixty. Worn.n soon   get   plump,    with    well  her aid hcr iron will, she determined to make the most of everything. Shc knew hc hy<l exquisite  t_.slo. and, as he waa now a-t leisure  they would contrive together how  their pn.rlors could .lie improved.  Slie tik.ir't quite like them as they  wero, the window lights were loo  small, and Ihey must have the large  panes of glass. Then satin paper  on the walls would look so much  better, .and the carpets, though  really very nice, were*'hardly good  enough for a. man of Dr. Kennedy's  standing in society.  "Rut',:;  gasped  the elector,  "the  ion-e^i!i^the^back^|D;__l_o_i__J_s__^l_Lr_ii_L=^  new���������������������������has scarcely been used at all,  and it is a. maxim of mine "  ''Your maxim is good, undoubtedly," interrupted the lady, "but tlie  chambers all need reearpeting, and  this will exactly fit Maude's room,  which I intend fixing beaulifully  before she returns."  "Hut, my dear," said the doctor.. Vit will.cost a great deal of__  money to carry out your plans."  "Oh, no, not much," shc answered, "give, me live hundred dollars  and 1 will do everything that i.s  necessary to make us comfortable  .���������������������������hr nigh   tlie winter."  "Kivc hundred dollars, Mrs. Ken.  nedy !" and the doctor's gray eves  looked as they used to luok when  'Kaly and Matty a.sked him for live.  "Five hundred dollars! Preposterous1 Why, during ihe seven years  1 lived with your predecessor, she  did not cost me that!"   "'  From old Hannah. Mrs. Kennedy  had learned how her predecessor  had been    stinted  bv    the doctor.  Rut    she    did  no  t    embody    lier  'thoughts in words, neither did .she  deem it advisable to press the sub-'  jeel further at that time, so she  waited- for nearly a week, aud then  resumed the attack, v.* iff. r c do u b I ed  rounded  arms  and  full  bust,   and i z;;;j*.  men become "'straight,  strong-look-1. ���������������������������'���������������������������'���������������������������^Ve    mus|    |,.,vfi    -mother  ser-  ing and heal.thy. i'vant."  she said.    "Ok! "Hannah is  In   a, half pint bottle get  three; w].,u]|y  iiic_l.cif._l,,- and  so   I   have  ounces  of    essence  of    pepsin and   onpaK*ct| u. eulured woman fr.ni the  three   ounces   syrup   of   rhubarb.  Then add one ounce compound essence eardiol, shake and  let stand  two hours:      Then  add one  ounce   nhfl Lo|(J ^h._ :[onks ,;0 buv mf> ,,.,,,  and     (he    sick    man's    whis y ered. the  faithful  John,   who  could    not'J  tincture cadomene compoun.  night was dark and the bride could   caidamom). Take a teaspoonful be-;*;n���������������������������_    ]������������������q\  fore and after meals, and weigh be- l'|u������������������;)AV."  fore beginning. | .  not  distinguish   the exterior of the  louse,   neither    was    the   interioi  engage.  'hoi-el; and did I tell you, I h.*n i;  spoken" to a man about the furnace we ..are going to have, anel I  al.'o told 'Mr. Jenks to buy nx<  (110 'hundred ye. rets uf Brussels .eavpet-  ono     I'or    goods,   vo.i  IVi  be conti. ned.) _ ������������������������������������������������������  /  _>  _<  BANISH PIMPLES  .11 t_e Spring Most People Need  a  'strength  j build  up  Tonic  If you want.new health ancl hew  in thc spring you must  your blood with a tonic  I medicine. Following the long in-  Yjoor winter months most people  i'sel depressed and easily tired.  ��������������������������� This means lhat the blood is impure  and watery. It is this state of the  blood that causes pimples and unsightly eruptions. To this same  condition is due attacks of rhcuraa-  ti. in and lumbago; the sharp stabbing pains of sciatica and neuralgia; poor appetite, frequent headaches and a desire to avoid exertion. You can't euro lhe,sc troubles  by the use of purgatives; you need  a tonic and a tonic only, and among  all medicines there is none can  ecpial Dj;. Williams' Pink Pills for  their tonic, life-giving, nerve" rc���������������������������-  sfcoring powers, livery dose of this  medicine makes   new,   rich   blood,  i wliich   drives   out impurities,   stimulate, every organ, and brings a  feeling of new health and  energy  to weak, tired out, ailing men, women and children.   If you are focl-  ,    ing out of sorts .-give this medicine  a trial, it will not disappoint you.  Mr   Paul Char, onncau,   a   young  man well known in the town of St.  Jerome,  Que.,' is one.of  the host  who bear testimony to the value of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.   Hc says :  "When  I left school I became    a  bookkeeper in an important office.  Probably due to confinement I began t������������������ Buffer from indigestion and  loss of strength.   I be'came pale and  seemingly bloodless and was often  seized w_ith palpitation of the heart  and vielent headaches.   I tried several remedies, but they did not do  me a hit of good.    I was advised  to trjDr. Williams' Pink Pill, and  did-so, and the use of eight boxes  brought ine back to perfect health  and strength.   I have since enjoyed  the best of health and cannot say  too m_ch in praise of this valuable  medioi ne."  : Sold by all medicine dealers or  by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes, for $2.50 from The Dr. William*. Medicine Co., Brockville,  Out ���������������������������'  OUT OF THE GINGER'JAR.  A sure way to save money���������������������������don't  ,ipcnd it.  Many a nut is* not what it was  cracked up to be.  A horse may    know a   good bit  .without a college education.  One ������������������f the surest ways to lose a  iriend is to lend him money.  J   Anti-fat   remedies     arc   seldom  needed by tho man who  leans on  hope.  ���������������������������    It is quite useless to tell the goat  not to butt in; he v. ill do it any-  ,'wa,y.  '   How can we tell whether  lutiou is goocl or  have broken-it?  |    ''It was  all over in a minute,"  flight refer to a railway accident  . or J.0 a wedding.   =yTW=l_cse times���������������������������df_lTigirprices" cv-  crybody has to pay. Even tho oyster is compelled to shell out.  Speaking of home remedies, the  "switch" of our grandfathers was  a pretty good remedy for quite a  long list of juvenile disorders,  i One swallow docs not make a  suinnior, but a dozen or so in a  blaek . ettlc arc sufficient to produce a" great " change in tempera-  I u re.  FOREIGN RECIPES.  a reso-  not till after we  FOR THE PUBLEC  Not Formula Chits l!<hi;, is, Colds.  Itronchiti.s and Hoarseness  iu Five Hours.  Much is being done in these days  to stop the ravages of consumption,  but probably  nothing has been   so  effective as teaching thc public how  to    break    up a   cold    and cure  coughs, bronchitis, tonsilitis,  etc.,  with   simple home-mixed medicine.  A laxative, cough syrup, free from  whiskey,   is  the prime need.        A  cough indicates   inflammation  and  congestion and  these  in  turn, arc  dx\e to an excess of.waste and poisons in  the'system.    A tonic laxa-  , tive cough syrup rids the system of  congestion, while relieving the painful, coughing,      Get    the following  and  mix at home: One-half ounce  fluid wild cherry bark,  onc  ounce  compound    essence     cardiol    and  ;three ounces syrup white pine compound.    Shake .the bottle and take  'twenty   drops   every  half hour for  .four hours.'   Then one-half to oho  '{teaspoonful" three    or    four times  German Rahm Torlc. ��������������������������� The  whites of four fresh eggs, one-half  pound powdered sugar, a few drops  vanilla, flavor, one pint of whipped  cream. Separate the eggs, save  yolks for -dumplings, whip . until  they begin -to get stiff; add one  tablespoon powdered sugar, whip  again, add one morc tablespoon  sugar; now whip until stiff, fold in  the rest of thc sugar, spread on  paper thc size of a large layer cake;  now put your pan in the oven until  hct, place paper with cake on hot  pan and bake about twenty-live  minutes or until it is hard, but 't  must remain white. When done lift  off thc paper; now whip the cream  until stiff, add one tablespoon pondered sugar, a few drops of vanilla;  spicad between layers and on top.  Swedish Veal Chicken.-���������������������������Taic-j  four slices veal steak, cut into pieces four inches across;'chop paisley  fine, roll in a ball of butter, and  put in the center of veal; tie with a  string and brown good, then bake  in oven for two hours, baste with  ha1? milk and*half watcr; serve  with gravy. This is enough for  eight persons.  Swedish Apple Cale.���������������������������Roil one-  quarter peck apples to smooth  sauce'; grind ono loaf sweet rye  brcad and brown in good piece of  butter. Fill a baking dish, bread  ftrsi and alternate bread and apples, brcad on top; bake onc hour.  Sauce": One pint of milk when boiling, dissolve onc teaspoonful potato  fiour in cold inilk^and pour in the  hot, milk; take from lire and beat  two eggs in the milk. When cold  rtir in vanilla and sugar to taste.  Seivc cold.  Chop Suey.���������������������������-One and one-half  pounds of chopped beef and one-  hali: pound of sausage meat cooked  together, six large onions fried in  butter brown, one package of spaghetti cooked'in salt water, can of  tomato soup; put as much water as  scup and thicken'with a little corn  starch; add a little celery, salt,  pepper,' and salt and one tablespoonful of sugar; fry onions real  brown in butter and then fry thc  meat. When all are cooked put in  one dish and cook five minutes.  This rccip.e is splendid.  Chile Can Came.���������������������������Two pounds  veal, one pound beet suet, one  handful bay leaves, two onions,  three peppers^ (red or green). Put  all of these through the food chopper One tablespoonful of cloves,  enc tablespoonful of allspice.- Tie  ia a cloth bag. Two quarts tomatoes, salt to taste, pinch of red pepper Boil for five hours and add  two cans of kidney beans. Let come  to a boil again. - Keep in a cool  place and heat a little afc a time as  wanted. Serve hot with coffee and  thin slices of bread and butter.  Amsterdam Potatoes. ��������������������������� Take  eight medium-sized potatoes, pare,  boil, salt, and mash. To four cups  of mashed potatoes add the well  .baat_Ji_w_hitesi.of^.tw_o^eggs,_onar:lia__._  cupful of cream, and one tablespoonful of butter. Heat all together until light, then put in a  baking dish and bake a light brown.  This   is  a  delicious  and  attractive  Doomed to Sofferioj  RESCUED By " FRUIT-A-.I������������������������������������S"  CHARLES BARRETT. Esq.  Harbor au Louche, March 24, 1909.  "I suffered terribly from Biliousness  and Dyspepsia for fifteen 3"cars, was  treated by physicians and took ma uy  remedies but got uo relief. Then I took  "Fruit-a-lives", .and this medicine  completely cured nie when everything  else failed. _. To all sufferers from Indigestion, Biliousness nnd Constipation,  I strongly advise them to try" this  fruit medicine". Charles Barrett.  50c a box, 6 for $2.50���������������������������or trial box,  25c. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-tivei  Ivimited, Ottawa.  Roasted Ham.���������������������������Wash the ham,*  "scrubbing it thoroughly with a stiff  brush; cover with equal parts of  water and cold milk. "In thc morning drain off the liquid, cover with  fresh watcr, and cook, allowing  fifteen minutes for every pound of  meat, after the water has. reached  a steady- boil. When done let the.  ham get cold in the liquid in which,  it was boiled, then remove the skin,  stick a dozen cloves in the fat, and  cover the ham with a soft dough  or paste made or flour and watcr.  _ nt tho ham in a roasting pan, pour  abcut it two quarts of thc milk and  water in which ib was soaked, add  then a quarter cup of brown sugar.  P������������������asto every twenty minutes during  the time ifc is in tho oven. After  this remove thc paste and pour a  eup of sweet cider over the ham.  For. cleaning copper and brass,  saturate a soft-cloth with ammonia,  upon which shave thickly sapolio,  aiul apply to copper sinks, brass  faucets, jardinieres, or utensils of  any kind. Makes like new. Far  superior to  salt and vinegar.  To select oranges one should  judge by weight and appearance. A  juic\ orange is heavy in proportion  to its size, while a "corky" onc is  light in weight. A smooth, fine  grained skin, which appears to be  tightly stretched, is a good indication of the contents, while the  heavy, coarse grained, dry skin signifies a coarse grained fruit with  little juico.  If you have trouble with children  in giving lhem a shampoo because  they object to having soap suds  splashed in their eyes try tying a  napkin over their eyes that you  havc taken by opposite corners and  rolled until the remaining corners  arc formed into a pad. Tic around  head with knob afc back of neck and  all superfluous watcr and soap suds  will be absorbed.  Does any one know the value of  the supper part of long kid gloves  r'oi fancy work. Especially nice  for book covers and baby moccasins. Thc kid can be-decorated in  many ways. Cut work over an  underlay, embroidering, painting,  and making up the same as other  material, except that for book covers thc boards should be covered  with a split layer of batting.  _____;  BREAKFAST HELPS.  Wash, core, and chop nice apples,  fih the dishes, sprinkle with chopped niifcs and sugar, and serve with"  cream.  Add a tablespoonful of seeded  an:i chopped dates to each dish of  w ell cooked oatmeal and serve with  sugar ancl cream.  Pour a little hot- water over a  shredded wheat biscuit and drain,  cover the top with canned or preserved strawberries, and -serve  with cream.  _ Prepare tho biscuit as above,  cover with canned or preserved  peaches, and serve with cream.  Sliced Oranges.���������������������������Peel thc oranges  and slice from the outside to center in small'pieces; sprinkle with  sugar.  Wash cooking apples, cut out the  core, and fill thc center with sugar;  place in a granite dish, pour in a  little hot water, and bake; serve  with cream!  Take boiling salted water, fchick-  ei with graham flour, steam twenty  minutes, and serve with milk or  cream.  HOW TO MAKE BABY SLEEP  The baby lhat cries half the night  does not cry for nothing. It cries  because ifc is not well, and has no  other means of saying so.. The  chances'are the trouble is due lo  some "upsetting of the stomach or.1  bowels, which would be'-speedily removed if the child were given a  dose of Baby's Owii/Tablcts..These  Tablets make children sleep soundly and naturally because they, remove the cause of the crossness  and wakefulness. They are a bless-;  ing to children and a relief to worried mothers. Mrs. John Sickles,  Douglastown, N. IB., says: "If anything ails my little ones the first  thing 1 give them is a dose of  Baby's Own Tablets and they are  seen well again." Sold byincdi-  ciii_ dealers or by mail at. 25 cents  a box from Thc Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Onfc.  '(fae&ed  Thsre _ ft sett-faction In ft perfect!r  painted houicsimilartowken ones body  la protected by good stout clothing,  rain-coat, top-coat and sturdy boots.  The protection nCordcdpropertynfUr  __��������������������������� paint costing Is worn down to tha  baro wood Is no greater than garments  vrorn down to tho llolmg.  Martin-Senour  Paint  IOO0/0 Pure  protects roar property bo that tt emerges  from winter aa hardy, ragced and strong  as it entered. Quality does It, It with*  stands tbe rigors of winter storms,  tempests, rapid changes of temperature,  humidity and the disintegrating effects  of sua. wind, oold. rain, ball and snow.  Everything that count* Is pat in���������������������������Everything that doesn't it Itfi tut. That's why  the quality lasts.  If yon r dealer cannot supply yon.notify  as and we will gladly direct yon to where  oor paints are to be bad.  Decline all Substitutes  _-_  _*  Write for Illustrated  booklet.   "Home  Beautiful." and,  interesting color  _    card.   Freo for  thoacking, '  M e__.$_i<_rCo.  tlKITOD  Montreal  Piontarr ParsPm  Everybody is selfish���������������������������with the ex-.  ception of yourself.  Occasionally a liar tells thc truth-  because ho  thinks it isn't.        ' ' =  Many a-candidate has spoiled his  chancc by beiug too candid. ...  Some men who arc even-tempered are ill-tempered all thc time." ' .  dish.  MEATS.  ���������������������������Friccdellers, a German A! eat  Dish.���������������������������Take "two" pounds "of beef  and half a pound of pork chops and  mb: well, one egg, small bowlful of  soaked brcad, season well with  salt, pepper, and nutmeg. Then  mi . all together thoroughly and  make into balls, fry in hot fat for  twenty  minutes.  Delicious Steak.���������������������������Cot a thick  llanlr steak wilh a small piece of  suet, pufc sucl in spider to render.  ���������������������������Jlcll steak in beaten egg and powdered cracker crumbs, season with  salt and pepper. Have grease hofc,  lay in steak, cover until brown ;  turn, leave uncovered, let other  ski-*, brown. Serve on platter garnished with parsley.  Legless Birds.���������������������������Get a nice cut of  round steak, not too thin, cut up  in three and. one-half inch squares,  then salt and pepper well; get one  pound of chopped meat, half beef,  hal. pork; cut'up two nice sized onion,, i_r;e, mix well one ogg, ono tea-  apconful of cream, salt and pepper  to taste; fill square with mixture  an 1 tie with white cord, then roll  'daily.    Give children less, accord  ing lo  it for  age.  tome  Cut this  friend.  out and save  in flour. Put in well greased frying  pan and brown well. When good  and brown add enough water to  cover, put in stew pan, and let  slew for an hour and a half, adding watcr when needed. When  weli down take off cord and pufc in  yuatler and set in oven for a minute until gravy is ready for table.  HELPFUL HINTS.  A little kerosene on a soft, wefe  rag removes, all dirt and grease from  tne painted kitchen walls.  Choutons for soup can bc quickly  made by putting the squares of  bread into a corn popper and holding over the hot lire and shaking  frequently.  To clean and brighten rugs���������������������������have  a clean mop, wring nut of clean  warm water in which is one-half  cup of ammonia. Mop the rug as  you would a iloor.  Pul. one-fourth  of a  teaspoonful  of ground ginger in each  hatch of  doughnuts.      The spice will  never  bc detected and the doughnuts wi  net soak fat.  The colds so frequent, wilh chil-j  d.rtv 111ny.be prevented by covering!  fcho headpiece of iron beds or cribs.  Use a curtain of cretonne or sillco-  lewe to match spread and bolster  am} the effect is an improvement.  When the cane bottoms of chairs  sag, turn them upside down and  give them a good wetting. Scrub  with a brush and use soap. bet  them dry *in this position and the  canes .'will tighten up and be as good  as new.  A good china cement is made by  mixing with a strong solution of  gum arabic and water to enough  plaster of paris to make a thick  paste. This should be applied to  the broken edge with camel's hair  brush.  To clean combs take an old can  and "fill,'with coal oil, dip the comb  into the oil and rub with an old  toothbrush. Dirfc and dandruff will.;  readily leave the comb. The oil  act. as a disinfectant, l.iuse under'  the faucet.  A fi������������������vorinn used tbe sarce as lemon or vaaills,.  Br dissolving; gra rui]ijte<J sugar in water ana  adding llapleine, a delicious sjt_ p is made anf  e sjrnp better than maple. Xliplcinc is sold br  KTccers. If not s<nd (Gc fur 2 oz. bottle and  recipe book. C ret cent tejx.Co., Seattle. W _.  ft_E____a____s  Is m..du for you.    Il will pay you to  .se__ aboilt_if. It_has.-bt.eii- made_Jn__  Canada lor nearly seventy years  with  lli_ greatest skill.     It i_ known as  ASSAY'S  PAINTS  and it means gain to yon when yon use  it. Remember Hint you get tlie high  standing* durability lest and beauty of  loncjhat you c_n_t gel in.olhc _paii_ts,_  and the price, is always reasonable���������������������������  impossible lo be in thc low grade���������������������������but  never too high. We issue a lovely  booklet on house painting. Do you  want it? Write for Booklet "U"\  Wc mail it free.  A. RAMSAY & SON CO.,  _..i).li..ie<l 1.1.  The Paint Makers,      -   h Montreal.  FAIRBANKS - MORSE  Gasoline Engines  SIZI-S 2, 3, 4, 6 H.P.  SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR GENERAL  FARM   WORK.  They are so simple that the average farm  hand can run them, and are practically Fool  Proof and Frost Proof. Send to-day for  catalog-ueG.__.-_oa, W.P. CO., showing- full  line of engines for farm use. It means  money saved for you.  TERMS-Special  Terms to  rarmers,  The   C. NflDIAJ.   FAIRBANKS   _0 MPANy,   Limited,   MONTREAL  Branchc*:���������������������������Toronto,   St. John, H.B., Winnipeg, Calcajy, Vaneouvsr  II  Nakc.  ADI)ll__. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 23, 1910  [CES^  ENDERBY PRESS  $24  $24  Quoted by The Columbia Flouring  Mills Co., Ltd., To-day  Moffet's Best Flour,���������������������������$1.65 49-lbs  Three Star Flour,      $1.55     "  Dri fted Snow Pastry, $1.55    ''  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.55   "  Graham Flour,     -'   $1.45   "  Rolled Oats, $.85 per 20-lb sack.  Four Star Chop, $1.60 per 100 lbs  Per ton, $32.00  Three Star Chop, $1.55 per 100 lbs  Per ton, #31.00  Bran: $1.05 per 100 lbs.; ton, $21  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs.  Middlings, $1.20 100 lbs.  Oats, $1.20 per 100 lbs.  Oat Chop, $1.30 100 lbs.  Wheat, $2.15 per 125-1 bs " $34  Barley, $1.20 per 100 lbs. " $24  Barley Chop, $1.30100 lbs. " $26  Whole Corn, $2.00 100 lbs. " $40  Cracked Corn,$2.10 lOOlbs.'' $42  Northern Spring Seed Wheat $41  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00  Timothy Hay, -   "   $21.50  Upland Hay, "   $16.50  Also a full line of Rolled Oats   ancl  Wheatlets for table use.  Free delivery to any part of Enderby.  Terms: Net Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B   C.  SPLENDID LINE OF  Schwabe Prints,  Ladies' Vests  and Hose  Published every  Thursday at Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising: Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Local . 10c a line.  JUNE 23,  1910  FIGHTING   FIRE   BLIGHT  There was   recently   issued by the  Cornell University   Agricultural   Experiment  Station,  a bulletin dealing  with    the   fire   blight   of   apple ancl  .pear trees.    Thc  bulletin  gives vcry  $26 j valuable information on this import  ant subject.  Blight, pear blight, ��������������������������� fire blight,  blossom blight, twig blight, fruit  blight, sunscald, canker and blight  canker are among the names frequently given to this malady on different kinds of trees or different  parts affected. The term "fire blight'  is perhaps the most appropriate,  since it applies equally well to the  characteristic symptoms .of the disease on any of the trees on which it  is now known to occur. Whether it  is the blighting of the blossom clusters, the dying of the growing tips  of the twigs, or the formation of  dead areas, or the cankers in the  bark of limbs or body, it is one and  the same disease���������������������������fire blight. It is  the same disease whether it appears  on the pear, the' apple or the quince,  and is readily and commonly transmitted from one to the other.  The disease was first observed in  the Hudson eiver highlands in about  1780. It worked its way westward  over the Allegheny mountains and  into the Missippi Valley. ��������������������������� If'or a long  time it was confined to regions east  Gent's Shirts, Fancy Sox,  Neck  Wear, Hats, Etc.  | of thc Rocky Mountains, but in 1903,  Finest lines of Teas, Coffees and i despite the   claims   of the exploiters  Cocoa ' ������������������f  thc    fruit    regions    of  California,   y��������������������������� that theirs v/as   a    country in which  vv heeler & Evans the biight couki not thriv������������������.jt sud-  denly   made   its   appearance    in the  pear    orchards   of   that   state    and  wrought such havoc in a- few years as  | has seldom   been    known in a fruit-  j growing country,  j    The disease is now known all over  The best Fresh,   Salt   and Cured!the   United    States   and Canada, in  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish;nearly every   section in which fruits  City  THOS. E  WOODS, Proprietor  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt   attention.  i.  Private  Livery j ������������������  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.  ArtrMatth^ws  are grown. It is not certainly known  to occur in any European country or  in South America or Australia.  This is the most destructive and  the most dreaded disease of fruit  trees, especially the pear. It is of a  j distinctly epidemic nature, appearing  .suddenly in virulent form in a locality and wiping out entire orchards or  ��������������������������� injuring the trees so severely that  several years are required for recovery from the effects of the-attack.  It seems hardly necessary to de-'  scribe the signs ' or symptoms by  which this disease can be recognized.  The growers ' generally ������������������������������������������������������> know them  only too well. The most striking  symptom to be recognized by the  grower is the twig with dead, brown  Cliff Street  Enderby  Farm  Implements  I have two carloads of Buggies,  Wagons, Democrats;   Plows and  Harrows, Discs,   Feeders,  Etc.,,  JUST RECEIVED.       Can give 1>lie(1-  ___ ...ov,!-1    Thc cause of  1 .en known to  oi black leaves clinging to it, contrasting sharply with the dark,  green foliage in summer and the naked branches of the trees in winter.  In no other disease of our trees do  the leaves cling so tenaciously to  .dead branches. Tlie effect is not un-  j like that resulting from scorching by  ; fi ro or injury by frost. It is from  i this appearance that the name "fire  blight"  has    been    appropriately ap-  terms on any of these, and want  you to call and inspect them.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDEREY  '.<;.,...._  V!  ��������������������������� .>..44.*.^ .-<?x. <t _*>*,  v<>>  < ���������������������������>  <���������������������������.*  E. J. Mack  f Livery, Feed & Sale Stables ������������������  *_ <���������������������������>  7-  _���������������������������  t  f  ENDERBY, B. C.  <_  f  <*>  I  Good Rigs;   Careful Driv-J>  ers; Dray ing of all kinds.      v  f  f     Comfortable and Commo-%  _ . i.    , ^  <.  <.  < .  J> dious Stabling for teams.  I  Prompt attention to all customers A  <*>     Land-seekers  and  Tourists hill vited to give us a trial.  thc disease has long  be due to a specie of  bacteria, which, when introduced into  the growing parts of the tree, for example in the blossoms or young  shoots, multiply rapidly, feeding upon the tissues and secreting poisonous substances that kill the affected  part. The bacteria which are responsible for this destruction are  very minute rod-shaped plants, so  small that 2,000 of them end to end  would be required ro span an inch.  They arc covered with fine hair-like  flagella by means of which they  swim about in the juices of the diseased tissue of the host. During  moist weather they ooze forth in  sticky, milky masses from diseased  twigs, blossoms or cankers. They  multiply by dividing in two in the  middle, growing to normal size, and  dividing again, repeating this every  ( half hour or so, as long as food, wa-  ���������������������������>> iter and proper warmth prevail.   Thct  slowly work their way through and  between the cells of the bark, spreading thus into the healthy part of the  twig or limb and kill it. They are  able, even under the most favorable  conditions, to penetrate but a few  inches a day.  The bacteria are carried from tree  to tree and introduced into blossoms  or growing shoots by insects of various kinds. One has proved that flies  and wasps carry the bacteria from  oozing,cankers to opening blossoms,  and from these to others, thus  spreading thc blossom blight through  the orchard. Our own observations  tend to show that the aphides and  j leaf hoppers are largely responsible  | agents in introducing bacteria into  the tips of growing shoots, while the  same insects and the curciilio frequently introduce them into wounds  whicli they makc into fruit, thus giving rise to fruit blight.  Also, it has frequently been demonstrated that thc blight bacteria may  be carried to the healthy trees on  pruning tools.  It has been pretty definitely shown  that no method of protecting the  trees by means of a spray is effective.  The very nature of the method of introduction of the causal organism  into the tree precludes this as effective means of control. A general  plan of operations for thc season is  laid down in the bulletin. The main  points ������������������,re these:  (1) Destroy all sources of infection, i.e., clean out all cankers'in the  apples, pears and quinces, cutting  well into the healthy tissue and removing the diseased bark. Disinfect  the cut with corrosive sublimate solution, one part to one thousand of  water, easily made up by adding out  of the tablets of this preparation,  whicli can be purchased at any drug  store, to a pint of water. This solution may be carried in a bottle or  sponge to the -voiinc.. This disinfection may seem .to the grower at first  to be unprofitable and unnecessary.  However, he will soon appreciate its  importance if it is omitted. Clean  up old pear, apple or quince trees in  the neighborhood that may harbor  the disease organisms. If necessary,  destroy them.  (2) Make a regular inspection of  evcry tree in the orchard at least  once a week throughout tlie growing  season, beginning as soon as the  blossoms begin to fall.  (a) Break out all spurs that show  the disease and remove them from  the orchard. They should"bc burned.  ��������������������������� (b) Rub off with the,hands, from  the trunks and main limbs, all shoots  and watersprouts as fast as they  start.  (c) Cut out all blighted twigs,  shoots and watersprouts. As indicated above, disinfect the cut with  corrosive sublimate. If a long-handled primer is used the sponge may  bc attached to ��������������������������� the pole, simply  touching the cut surface with it as  soon as the twig is removed. Remove and destroy all prunings. Al-  .___yg...-jsinfect.the cut,or wound,_not_  the tools. If all cut surfaces are disinfected any bacteria left on them by  the tools or any brought to them  subsequently by insects will be Cis-  troyed.  Cutting out the blight once or  twice during the season, when it becomes sufficiently serious to frighten  the grower, is a waste of time and  an injury to the orchard. If itis not  profitable to take it out as fast as  it appears one cannot afford to grow  fruit.  .<rj;4^<������������������;^>.^/^^4'^^^M^^^'(1������������������ not travel through the sap tubes  If you want to  Buy, Sell or  Trade  A   FARM  A   FRUIT   LOT  A   HOUSE  A   BUSINESS   LOT  or A   BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby,  Vernon, Victoria,, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to me.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L.   MATTHEWS.  Planet  Junior cultivators,  $5.75  $17.00, at Fulton's Hardware.  to  <&S)������������������X!)���������������������������XS)S<!)<&S^  Just Received!  A Shipment of Choice NABOB DESSERT JELLIES  which we are selling at  _���������������������������  3 for  Also a choice assortment of  Robertson's  Famous Paisley Jams fresh this week  Rowat's English  Pickles, 15c bottle  ..������������������..���������������������������..������������������..��������������������������� _-  Summer Dress Goods  We have this season placed in stock the handsomest  goods ever carried by us in these lines, and we want  our lady patrons to personally inspect the stock. It  embraces goods of as good quality as can be found  in any large city store. And our prices .are as low  as can be found anywhere.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  _>  Bank of Montreal  o  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  ^Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  . ono r������������������r, President Rt. Hob. LORD STRATH CON A. MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. O.  President. Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K, C. M. G.   -Vice-Prc-i-ent and General Manager. _SIR EDWARD_CLOUStO. . Bart.   Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Z^J^^JkrT  Branches in Ok_v_yan District: Enderby, Ar.'..strong, Vernon, Kejowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSOM. Ee _��������������������������� Manager. Vernon A. E. TAYLOR. Manager. Ended.*  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  Marcellus Junior  (14758)  Imported Direct from  Scotland last Fall, and won Cup and  Grand Championship at Seattle & Victoria Exhibitions  Pedigree���������������������������Marcellus Junior (14758): Bay; white face; four white  legs; foaled, April 23, 1906; bred by James McGaw, Stranraer,  Scotland.   Property of the Stepney Ranch, Enderby.  SIRE  DAM  Melanie [16612] (14685)  Nina [16613] (8673)  Nance [4700] (573)  Lily  Will travel and stand for service as follows: Monday morning, leave Stepney  Ranch; Enderby, noon; over night and till Tuesday noon at Hazelmere ranch  (Mr. Waddell's)"; Enderby, Tuesday eve.; Wednesday morn., leave Stepney  Ranch; Armstrong, noon; Knop Hill, (Petrie's Ranch), over night and till  noon Thursday; Armstrong, Thursday night and Friday morning, returning  home Friday evening via L. W. Hart well's ranch.  Terms: To insure, $25.00; reduction made on three mares and voer.'  Marcellus [4683] (11110)  Lord Stewart 5976] (10084)  Macgregor [44 6] (1487)   ."-*.  Farmer [3056] 286  Garibaldi (318)  -* f j  _ &'/  Thursday, June 23, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  l________2_____0_E______i  o  To be seen in and about  Enderby  _  A District Teeming with Great  Possibilities.     What has Been  Done and Is Doing.   The Story  " Told by Camera.  The Columbia Flouring Mills, one of Enderl y's pay-roll industries, where "Moffet's Best"  comes from. - . ,  W~ 1_J V~V*)"4������������������4  ��������������������������� -y ,;  .'_v>;������������������v.  ty -Stf'T i"'J . *7C_. j  Most favorable district for stock  breeders  ^-ype^of^churclredifices _ _=Enderby=  ������������������������������������������������������y'-S+ffigtyV'   *.'"J:  3*3__  Looking towards Enderby, showing a corner of a tract soon to be . u! -divided,  _������������������������������������������������������_  Outjrut ci the Hazelmere, one of ourhijjh-clasa  .poultry farms       '  A. R. Rogers Lumber Company's mill, another pay-roll industry of Enderby.  Type of a country home on the bank of the Spallumcheen River.  B______B_______ THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 23, 1910  OUS PEOPLE  BY FANNIE M.LOTHROP     ^__.  Ratepayers of Enderby  and the Amount of Taxes Paid  From the City Office this week  Graham Rosoman, the city officer of  many titles, will send out the regular tax notices to the following ratepayers, for the amount of taxes set  opposite their names:  Arland,   J.   A   BLISS CARMAN  Canadian Poet,, Critic and Editor  Bliss Carman, poet, critic and editor, one of the foremost of Canada's contemporary litterateurs, was born in Fredericton, N. B., in 1861, __d on his  father's side is descended from the Carmans who went from L_ng Island,  N. Y., to New Brunswick, while his naternal ancestors fought cin the American Revolution. He was educated at the college school of his native town  and the University of New Brunswick, from which he graduated in 18S1,  later taking a two years' post-graduate course at the University of Edinburgh, and afterwards spending two yiars at Harvard.  There seemed to be a restless. Bohemian strain in his nature that chafed  under restraint and convention; for he tried many lines apart from literature, but it had somehow a compelling homing instinct that always brought  him back to a bottle of ink and a pen. For a few years he read law, then  ventured into the field of civil engineering, then taught school���������������������������but it all  proved empty and unsatisfying; he had not found his place.  It was not until his post-graduate (lays that his poetic sense became  manifest and under the stimulus of the inspiring appreciation of the editors  of the college literary magazine he began to write verses in a timid, furtive  sort of a way at first, then he grew bolder and more irrepressible, until the  . editor's drawer was stacked with enough. Carman verses to last for years.  When he began to send his poems out to the real magazines where the editors  paid for contributions, acceptance was not so sure.  He sent out poem after poem, but they almost invariably returned,  with no leaf of promise; but he had supreme confidence tnat his doves of  verse would find resting place in some ark of editorial appreciation. The  best-ones, which always made the greatest number of trips before acceptance,  especially interested him. and he gave them pet names to commemorate their  travels, such as "The Flying Dutchman,'' "Ulysses" and "The Wandering  Jew." One manuscript he sent to Australia by way of San Francisco and it  came back via the Suez Canal and London, visiting many editors, and this  poem he christened "Captain Cook," because it circumnavigated the globe.  Mr. Carman has been on the editorial staff of half a dozen magazines or  more ancl recently retired from the editorship of the "Literary World": 1?" has  written about a dozen books, three jointly with the late Richard T-Tovey. He  has a well-shaped head, a shock of wavy hair ancl a general premeditated  eccentricity of attiro that would make him conspicuous in any company.  KM'-rcJ i.TorMliiK lo Acl .rtiiu 1 _i)la-iieut of (__������������������__, In lhc year 13    >hy W. C. ..������������������_:, al Hi- I>:-;i_ iiti:c-ui uf .<;ricullui..  Bailey,    Robt.  Barnes, F.  H   Bank of Montreal  Baird,   J.   ID   Baird, Mrs. I   Baird,  A.  M   Bell,  Mrs.  F.  A.  .  Bell,   Geo   Bell,  Mrs.  B.     Binch, R. H.   Blackburn,   R   Blackburn, Wm. .  Blackburn, Mrs. J  Blanchard,   H.   B.  Boyer, Chas   Boggs, Mrs* L.  Brundish, B. ...  Bri rrracombe, V.  Bradley, Mrs. S  Buchholz Jr., A. .  Buchholz   Sr.,  A.  Burnet, P   Burbridge,   A   Columbia F. Mills  Carefoot, R.   J.  ...  M.  C.  J    $   S.55    33.39    07.14    117.00    2.70    -1.05    16.G5    9.90  ..������������������  232.88    22.95    10.80    9.18    8.28    2.52    22.77    12.24    2.70    8.73    12.24    14.40    15.30    17.28    7.20    19.35  Co  364.50    5.40  Seal of Alberta  "The Faultless Flour"  MAKES  Try  PERFECT  BREAD  a Sack-and you will see that this statement  is the truth, and nothing but the truth.  WALTER ROBINSON  Carefoot,  J. H    49.95  Chung Chew    11.88  Covey, Wm. A.        8.28  Coode,  J.  C .....O154.80  Cobb, Miss L      1.00  Crane, J. B      1.98  C. P. R. Co  132.21  Dunwoodie, M. C      2.34  Dale,   Jas     10.80  Dagg,  Jas      9.00  Daasvand,  N      4.50  Dobson, Mrs. E. K. L    42.30  Duncan, Mrs. M. A '..   14.40  England, Church of     30.24  Elson,  Wm      2.25  English, J. C    13.59  Enderby F. & P. Ass'n       3.15  Enderby B. & T_ Co      9.00  Evans, Mrs. E. R    21.60  Evans,  J.  W    24.30  Evans,  J.  E    20.43  Faulkner, A. A    44.10  Flett,  P      2.43  Fletcher,  E.  H      4.05  Flewwelling,  H.  F  115.74  Fortune,   A.  L      3.60  Foulds,. A      6.75  [Folkard,--..    i      7.20  ;Forbes, D.  T    22.50  Franklin,  F    12.60  Fulton, A ;      S.10  IGray,  E.  G      3.96  'Garnet Estate       7.20  ! Gaylord, J. B    21.24  ! Gardom, Basil     12.15  'Gifford, W. A    14.94  Gibbs,  Miss M.R    21.60  Golightly, W. A      7.56  Graham, W.  J      7.20  Grant, J. N    12.78  Greyell, H. J    27.45  Green,   A    14.40  Greyell, Mrs. L    10.80  .Greyell...Peter- ___22.50-  Gunter, A      8.10  Harvey & Dobson Estate     52.20  Hutchison, W.  H    44.10  Harvey,  Mrs. E    23.40  Hancock, Wm    34.20  Hale, F. H      4.14  Hawkins,  C.  E      5.12  j Hendrickson, Mrsf E    28.35  i Heron,   H      2.43  Hughes, T._ ." '.'.      7.20  Jalland, Mrs. E * 11.70  Jaquest, H. P    18.90  Johnson, Carl  '    11.70  Jones, Ira C    16.65  Johnson, Mrs. C. J      4.50  Johnson, Jas. F    22.95  McMahon,. Jas.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������    17.10  McMahon,  Mrs. E!      4.95  McMillan, J. A .....'.    10.08  Nicholl,  J ........._.....     9.45  Okanagan Telephone Co.      4.50  Paul,   A '.'    15.66  Peel, R. E    39.06  Pcever,   J.   E    10.53  Poison,   S  188.23  Pound,  Mrs.  A.   J    21.15  Powers, Geo. L      9.90  Reeves, Mrs. E      6.21  Reeves, A      5.04  Ruttan,   J. L    17.73  Richards,  J.  C        .42  Robinson,   Walter      11.88  Robinson, E    12.69  Robinson Bros    21.60  A. R. Rogers  .'    93.60  Rogers Lumber Co  997.65  Roeser, F      1.98  Ronald, Wf E      2.34  Rosoman, Graham     23.40  Rosoman, Mrs. B      2.70  'Secord,  W. L    13.50  Sewell, Mrs    11.70  Sharpe, Geo. R  104.40  Shaughnessy, P      9.72  Simpson, N      9.90  Sing, Lem        7.83  Sing, Lee      5.40  Skegia,  S      4.50  Smedley, Geo. H    10.80  Spence, M    14.85  Smith, E. T    23.85  Sparrow, Mrs. E.       u.55  Stoward,   J.  S      9.90  Sutcliffe,   A    21.24  Swan,  H ;    n.25  Teece, S    49.50  Towler, G      6.84  Walker, Mrs. A.  Walker, H. M. *.,  Wheeler, W.  J. .  G.    1.44    19.08    26.10  Wallace, Wm  8.73  Williams,  G.  L  2.70  Woods, W.  J .'.  10.08  Worthington, H. H  14.13  Wright, H. W  n.70  Total $4,811.58  ENDERBY  B. C.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyright* Ac  Anyono sending a sketch and description m������������������y  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether _n  Invention Is probnbly patentable. Com. unlca-  tions strictly conlldontlal. HANDBOOK on Patent!  sent free. Oldest BKOncy for eecurlngpatents.  Patonta taken through Munn A Oo. roc������������������lT������������������  ipecial notice, without <_arir e, to th������������������  Scientific American.  A handsomely UlnstTattd weekly, tsrgttt elr-  oulailon ol any solcullllo Journal. Terms for  Canada. $3.76 a year, iiosUgo prepaid. Sola by  ���������������������������Jl nevridealert.  MUNN S Co.3e,Bro-d-������������������New York  Braocb Offlco, 025 V 8U Washington. D. U.  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  Headquarters for Choice Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Extra-municipal     School     District  Tax, 1910.  Aldin, H. C $   7.75  Avery, C. G , -.  5.65  Bogert,   j;  E  8.75  Blair, A.  H  2.15  Bradley, R. P  8.75  Bradbury, T. K  4.25  Brash, Thos  19.87  Blackburn,  R  10.50  Bass, Mrs. A  3.60  Byrnes, H  5.20  Campbell, "A  5.35  Cameron, B.   J_   2.63  Collin, P. W  12.25  Cooke, H  10.00"  C. P. R. Co  24.83  Dale, R. F  14.80  Davis,  Wm  1.00  Dixon Estate    8.40  Dunwoodie, M. C  1.87  Elliott,  H  3.73  Ellison,  Jas  4.25  ���������������������������F-rci-,-P_=--J-.- 7_tt:-.-.-.-.-v;^.���������������������������.--.t.-.t- 2tl-3-  You judge a pair of shoes  somewhat by the way they  look���������������������������perhaps you judge them  more by the way they feel, but  rest assured that if they do not  feel comfortable, the chances  are ten to one that they will  not look well. You cannot be  at peace with a shoe unless it  feels comfortable, and no shoe  can be comfortable unless it  fits. If it fails to fit it will  soon lose shape, for you can-  not be comfortable in a vice���������������������������  the foot or the shoe must yield.  Now Ames-Holden Royal  Purple shoes for women embody just these features-  perfect fit, perfect style, and  with it the maximum measure  of full comfort, and that is  why so many women ask for  AMES-HOLDEN   SHOES  AM  E__hb___  Glen, A  5.92  Gill,  Geo  2.40  Grant, J. N  3.50  Greaves, L. C  6.50  Gunter, A  14.25  Hancock, Wm  22.12  Hazleton, Chas  3.00  Jones,  Wm  14.43  Johnson,  R.    _ 1.25  Lawes, Geo. R  1.00  Manson, A.  J.  2.00  Prompt   attention  given to  orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,  Variety.  and House Plants in  Johnstone, J. S  15.30  Johnstone, Mrs.  J  3.60  Johnstone, A.   E  12.69  Kelly, Mrs. C  15.30  Keith, H. W.  26.55  Kenny, N. H  2.88  Lawes, Mrs. E.  6.30  Lawes,  Geo,  R. .,., 77.31  Louis,  Long  s.73  Marois, E  6.30  Marwood, D  51.12  2.25  19.08  14.40  55.80  28.80  Munro, G. L   Matthews, A. L   Matthews, Mrs. A.   Mack, E.  J   Metcalfe,  J. C .������������������������������������������������������....������������������������������������������������������..;  Metcalfe,  H.  W.  .*. .:.....���������������������������..;...,.     1.35  Moffet',   F. 'V.   ......;;....;..;      48.24  Mowat, Jas, ���������������������������.    27.27  Moser,   J      441  Murphy, P. H.  103.50  McArthur, Harper       1.44  McKinley, R      6.75  Manton,  Mrs  1.75  Marwood, H  1.88  Marvis    3.00  Miller,   Alex    3.75  Miller, Jno  6.50  Moffet, F. V  2.55  Murphy, P. H  14.90  McKay,  John   3.12  Nelson,  C.  M  4.25  Newberry, D. W  5.25  Olford, B.  1.88  Poison,   S.  3.50  Preston, H. A.  2.28  Pye, A.  1.30  Rice, Mrs. S  3.75  Robinson,  W  2.80  Rogers Lumber Co  24.78  Rosoman, P  9.30  Ruttan,  J. L. *...;.....  16.12  Stebbihg, W.;F .*....���������������������������.....  1.00  Stewart, Thos."...1.'.'.* .*...���������������������������.....,... 2.25  Strickland, Mrs. B.  26.30  Teece," S.'....'. ,  19.00  Tibbets, O. D  12.00  Waby,' F  3.00  Wright, H. W  20.50  Total  ;...? 441.28.  Water Notice  NOTICE   is   hereby   given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the   "Water   Act, 1909" to obtain a license in the Kamloops Division of 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  sectio_^Nor=_ hirty-six-^CSejT'-towns hip"  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  thirty-one (31) township eighteen (18)  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   he   used:   the   above   mentioned  lands   and   premises,   comprising   53  acres,   and   on    which   is   situate   a  dwelling house   and   other buildings.  The watcr is   to   be   used for irrigation purposes.  This notice wus posted on the 7th  day of June, 1910, and application  will be made to thc 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.  A $125  Typewriter  for 17c Day!  The Oliver Typewriter Co.,  The Oliver Typewriter Buildini., Chicago. III.  (  I  . .  - I , _, _ijr  HO' ^ .  D  i  Thursday, June 23, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  _ '  if _  _  i  ,   t  (  x  I  >s  Binder Twine  SYTHES,  SICKLES,  HAY FORKS,  HORSE FORKS,  ROPE,  CHAIN,  Wire  Cable.���������������������������Everything for  .Hay and Harvest time  SHERWIN-WILLIAMS  PAINTS  for houses, barns, wagons, carts, etc.  CAMPBELL'S   VARNISH  STAIN  for chairs, furniture, floors, etc. Try  a tin of this and you will use no  other  PAINT BRUSHES, HORSE BRUSHES, SCRUB BRUSHES and  STABLE BROOMS  ���������������������������We have   just   received   a carload of  McClary's Stoves, Tinware  and   Granite ware  direct from their factory in London,  Ont. We are therefore in a position  to give you the very best price that  can be got.  Fruit Market Conditions *  as Seen by Commissioner Metcalfe  Ideal woven ' Wire Fence  and Gates.  All sorts and sizes that are  manufactured  PAROID ROOFING  There are all kinds of felt Roofing on  the market, but this is the only roofing that has stood the test of time.  It is also the only roofing that is  absolutely guaranteed by the makers.  The price is $3.75 per 108 sq. feet,  nails, caps and cement included,  which is. cheaper than shingles when  laid, and it will wear longer and*  look better than any other roofing  on the market. ���������������������������  RED ROPE ROOFING  This is a cheaper roofing, made especially for outside buildings, barns,  chicken houses, etc. It is guaranteed  to last from six to seven years, and  '^aaj -bs . 801 J������������������d 0S"Z$ V* ' P.os ,st  nails and caps included..  ������������������������������������������������������;   In our PLUMBING AND HEATING  WORK, our aim is to make every job ���������������������������  as   complete -" and   -satisfactory-'as"  "-skilled    workmanship   can   make it.;*  i You.have no.expensive repair bills to..  - pay.   The-first cost is the only cost.^  When you intend to build we will be  _ pleased to give you specifications and?  . * estimate of cost, or any information  which will be of help to you in this  line/        --���������������������������'-.  - We handle    and  Gasoline   Engines  Pumping   Plants  machines.   -  install Fairbanks'  for .motor boats,  and. Wood-sawing  Cabinet Sewing Machines, only $50.  Ordinary   Drop ' Head     Sewing   Machines from $27 to $40.-  Stone Jars,   crocks    and churns���������������������������all  sizes.  Barbed Wire $4.25 per hundred lbs.  Nails, $3.75 per keg.  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  J. C. Metcalfe, Provincial Fruit  Commissioner sent by the government to study the market conditions  in the Northwest and Manitoba, in  his last weekly report, says:  The freight rate from Wenatchie to  Winnipeg per 100 pounds, is $1.12$,  and the same rate exists  Yakima. It costs to lay down at  Winnipeg from either of these points  for the following fruit per case:  Peaches, 48c; prunes, 43c; pears, 80c;  apples, 57c, the above to be added to  the cost of the fruit f.o.b. there.  There arrived at McNaughton Fruit  Exchange to-day, (Winnipeg, June 7)  thirty cases of strawberries from  Haney,' B. C. Arrived in good condition, and fairly well packed, baskets showing some slackness; maximum price obtained, $.3.P, minimum  price, $2.80. These straw jerries were  nearly all from" Japanese growers of  Haney, B. C. There are no strawberries coming into the wholesalers  or retailers from "'British Columbia.  Growers are ^supplying the trade farther west; ' A car of., Vashon Island  strawberries . arrived today. Car  minimum : 15,000 pounds. . Car rate  per 100 pounds, $2.00. Express, duty  and ice per case, $1.15. Arrived in  good condition, Three days in transit. Five hundred and ten cases in  car. Sold per case, $3.50. " Commission and drayage expenses to come  off the above price.  Hood River strawberries dropped-in  price to the retail trade as a result  of, Vashon Island strawberries coming in, and being sold cheaper. Hood  River" strawberries cost about the  same to lay down in Winnipeg as the  Vashon Island berries.  The following places on the American side have an express rate per 100  pounds in carload to Winnipeg: Hood  River, $1.80; Portland, $2; Yakima,  $2 Wenatchie; $2; Puyallup, $2; Seattle, $2, and a number of other points  but ;all do not - have a minimum of  15,000 pounds. A1 distributing express rate per 100 pounds from Winnipeg to Saskatoon,, anh,.Prince Albert per C.N.R., is the same to both,  Points, > $2.40; and] from Re'gina, on-  main line of C.P.R. to Saskatoon,  $1.30; from' Regina, on main line of  C. P. R., to Prince Albert, $1.60.  The following carloads of strawberries have arrived at Winnipeg to  date: Louisiana; 2; Arkansas, 2;  Tennessee, 6; Missouri] 2; Hood'  River, 10; total, 22 cars. At least 50  carloads will be marketed in Winnipeg this season."  Idaho cherries are coming in now  more freely. Very nice stock. Selling retail at ��������������������������� $2.50 per ten pound  case. Varieties, Black Tartarian,  Royal Arm and Bings. They still  maintain the cost f.o.b.' there is $1.25  per case.  ��������������������������� Today in Winnipeg, Mr. Savage, of  the firm of Plunkett & Savage, Cal-  g_ ry ..-Stated__thcy_:_had_purchased- ten  American side or e.sewhere. It may  American side or elsewhere. It may  termining the advantage they possess over the American growers of  fruit of the same variety when shipped into Canada: Green apples per  barrel, 40c; per box, 13c; Blackber-  frora North ries, gooseberries, raspberries and  strawberries, 2c per pound; cherries,  2c per pound; cranberries, 25c per  bushel; currants, 2c per pound;  grapes, 2c per pound; peaches, $1 per  100 pounds, 20c per case; plums per  bushel of 60 pounds, 30c; per box, 10c  quioces, apricots, pears and nectarines, 50c per 100 pounds.  VANCOUVER  EXHIBITION  Vancouver is making big preparations for the Agricultural Exhibition  to be held there August 15th to 20th.  The large new grandstand to scat  4,000 people is well underway, and  work has been started on the mammoth machinery hall, poultry and  dog-show buildings, horse and cattle  stables, sheep and pig pens.  The-division of days at the exhibition will be: Merchants' Day, American Day, Labor Day, and Canadian  Day. A glance at the prize list just  issued by ��������������������������� thc association indicates  the immense - scope of -the' competitions. Premiums totalling $30,000  are to be given in the* various departments.  MAGNETl  ������������������_  Wood Furnace  The McClary Magnet Wood Furnace has a fire-box opening  that admits the largest chunks of wood with ease���������������������������wide,  deep, generous in size as the Magnet is in quality of material  and workmanship. The wide opening saves you work,  because you can use wood that you would have to saw and  split to get through the-narrow, shallow fire-box openings of  ordinary  wood  furnaces.  msmm  Campbell's Varnish Stains are scientifically prepared from soluble colors, combined with the toughest hard  gum floor Varnish, In such. a way  that this Stain works like a transparent Lacquer. Nothing like it for  use on Floors, Furniture, and Interior- Woodwork.* * Very durable.  Stains and Varbishes at one operation.'  A. Fulton sells it.  Instead of making .he fuel  fit the door, the Magnet  door is made to fit the fuel.  It is just as easy to get  the ashes out of a Magnet  as. it is to put fuel in;  because the opening of the  ashpit is just as generous  as the fire-box opening.  You can get at the farthest corner and remove the  ashes with ease and speed  ���������������������������no turning and twisting; no trouble nor inconvenience. These two advantages'are good reasons  why you ought to use a  Magnet. The McClary  agent in the nearest, town  will welcome the chance  to' give you. many more.  Write to the nearest McClary branch' for booklet.  McClarys  613  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary.  For Sale by A. FULTON, Enderby  THE NORTHERN OKANAGAN  NO IRRIGATION.REQUIRED  Hot Baths  Mr. Hendrickson wishes to announce to the public that he has fitted up two bath rooms in his barber  shop, with white porcelain enameled  tubsi Hot water ; at all times.  Price, 25c per bath, children 15c except Saturday evening.  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  cars of peaches from Wenatchie at 45  cents per case f.o.b. there..  E. D. Smith, Winona, Ont., has  agents here now, and sells to jobbers  and retailers,' and also sends some to  the auction mart. The Norfolk  Fruit Growers' Association, Ontario,  has an agent out here soliciting all  over the provinces for orders. The  Ontario Fruit Growers and Shippers,  of Grimsby, Ont., are contemplating  putting solicitors or resident agents  all over these provinces to solicit orders, the same to be wired in direct  to Grimsby and shipped direct to the  party ordering. Other fruit growers  associations as -well are covering  these provinces. Even poor old lethargic Ontario is waking up and adopting western methods, and reaching  out, and pushing energetically to develop their fruit trade, and it behooves our growers and shippers to  put up the finest and most perfect  fruit product they, can, and use the  most energetic and...progressive measures in the sale of them to obtain  their proportion of the trade in these  markets.  California plums and peaches have  arrived on these, markets and are selling to the trade at the following  prices: Peach plums, per case, $3.75;  Alexander peaches, per case, $3.  Poor stock; small and green and no  color or ��������������������������� flavor. "California has an  immense crop, from reports to date.  The following, is a list of duties on  green   fruit   coming  : fn ' from   the  Have you seen it?  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Write The Oliver Typewriter Co.,  Chicago, or call at The Walker Press  and see the machine in.operation and  get particulars.  gains  33.': 163 acres . of excellent bench  land; ' prettily situated," about one  mile, from Enderby; 80 acres cleared,  and producing hay,' grain and vegetables; orchard of about 100, bearing  trees; " . and one hundred young  trees;' good dwelling house, stables,  barns and outhouses.. Never-failing  spring of- excellent water. Good  range land near by, not likely to be  disturbed for some time. Price, $75  per acre. An excellent bargain for a  going farm. " Intending purchasers  should look at this.  - Lot  12,  Block5, Map 211B,  with 5-roomed cottage .and shed, $650  For further particulars and list of properties," apply to��������������������������� "    ' -���������������������������   -  : H. W. HARVEY  GRINDROD  ENDERBY  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Having added a cement brick machine to my cement plant, I am now  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime, kept in  stock.  _3���������������������������Ji  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for- my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes.are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N." B.���������������������������A few S. C. White "Leghorns  and  WhiteWyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  !$���������������������������  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  Enderby, B. C.  _'  ���������������������������V  I  JAMES MOWAT  F.T.TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Rep a red  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B.C.  Contractors & Builders  , Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Life Insuranco policy in thc Uoy.il Insurance Co.  of Liverpool, Enj_, is a valuable asset. A plain,  straightforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt aa to its value.  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  lite Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  British America Assurance* Co.  goyal Intmrance Coof.Liverpool (Lifo dept)  The London & Lanooshir. Guarantee  .  Accident Co.. of Canada.  BELL BLOCK. ENDERBY  Finest in the Country  1 '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 Ledge.)  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor.  King Edward Hotel,  Enderby  \ BULL FIGHTERS' WEALTH  FORTUNES     MAD .     JSV  LEADING   MATADORS.  Makc From.935,000 to $.0,000 Annually���������������������������They arc (lie idols of  (hc People.  The   opeiiinq   0[  a   University  :ifc  Bilbao  fur the,    conferring    of degrees  for    bull-lighting    (licentiate  ami  doctor of   tauromachy}  is ono  of (ho, lutest  evidences <���������������������������['  the  popularity  <.f the     _j.trii.sh    national  hj'. /rt.      I. ill-iighling is h  pa.time  peculiar to -such countries as Spain,  Mt-.xico, and Portugal, and it vs jusfc  ns^ much a  popular   rage   as coek-  fightinc*  was   at one  timo   in  England.    Thoro is this important difference,   however,   that    in    cook-  fighting human life was not imperilled,  whereas in bull-fighting it is  one. of the sacrifices often paid  in  iiie  name  of  this    so-called sport.  Jusi-,    recently      several    tragedies  hare occurred in tho bull-ring,  involving the lives of no fewer than  five expert matadors,  while others  have been   almost gored to death.  Rut these are. everyday occurrences and are treated in a sportsmanlike  way  by Lhc    devotees    ol* tho  ring.  IDOLS OF THE PEOPLE.  The bull-fighters themselves arc  regarded much as prize-fighters aro  in this country, nnd they arc the  idols of the lower stratum of tho  populace, from whose ranks they  nre drawn. At onc time those who  were killed in the ring and died  without confession wero denied  burial rites; but in these more humane days a clergyman is in attendance with the consecrated host,,.in  case of accident.  Down to   tlie days of  Philip IL  the exploits- of   gentlemen    in tho  bull-ring, their prowess, grace and  dexterity,   were thc    pride    of tho  Spanish nobility.   Naturally, when,  after risking iiis life repeatedly, tho  knight killed the  bull in  masterly  style,   the  audience    grow    frantic  with enthusiasm,  especially as,  by  the  rules of thc arena,  the knight  onr-e unhorsed must face the raging  animal on    foot alone,    sword    in  hand.   This last act still forms part  of thc display of the matador at the  present day.     With  the  advent of  the  Bourbons  a change came  over  ihe bull-ring,   Ifc ceased to bc fashionable for tho nobles to compete,  and  thc  sport wa.s    abandoned  to  paid professionals, who make Jargc  fortune.'..  matadors sooj. grow rich.  A   matador   receives  about   $700  for  a   bull-light,   besides   presents,  and,  as   he    iights    about severity  times in the year, may make from  $.35,000 io ......OOO aunuallv. After a  successful    fight    and    an    artistic  denfch-U.rust. (he matador is heaped with presents. Ladies in a frenzy  of applause and excitement tear  their bracelets from their arms,  _notch tb .ir purses from their pock-  .ct_ a_ . fling gold and jewels into  .the arena. Once a poor woman,  .cai ried" away by tlio excitement of  I ___.th _-=__ ota e-rtrV-to ok���������������������������o f "Mi ���������������������������T==__n'S_-[.1_  and throw them afc the triumphant  matador. On another occasion Sarah 1_ *nil__rdt took the je*. cllc  from hor bair and presented  the  matador, who  received it with ! about thc time taken, as '������������������������������������������������������'.. rule  818 or 9.8"_!ev_tc_ Tank or Flush Reservoir for Coal and Wood.  Made of the Best Blue Polished Steel and Malleable Iron.  The "Dominion Pride" Range  MADE IN CANADA and is placed on tho market in response to a demand for a  Range combining tho sterling'qualities of Malleable Iron aud Polished Steel,  Unbreakable, U nwarpa ble, Intiestruct able, Economical, Design Attractive, Perfect  Cookers aud Bakers, will Last a Lifetime with Proper Care.  The ordinary east iron range is at best n disappointing investment to the piinrhaser,  so soon does it exhibit tbe effects oi! wear and tear, unavoidable in a range constructed  of such frail and brittle material. The Combined Malleable Iron and Blue Polished  Steel Ilange ia the nearest approach to Absolute Perfection ever designed for Comfort, Economy, arid Satisfactory Domestic Service and wherever installed it will  prove itself _ eoulinual object of Satisfaction. The price at which it is supplied ia  so modest that it is brought easily within tho reach of every prudent family.  GUARANTEE  ' 'Dominion Pride" Ranges are sold ou the following Guarantee:    If any easting proves  defective in twelve months from date'of purchase, wo will furnish same  free of charge.   The ahovo Guarantee is very broad, no if'b or and'a,  and any canting that would have a flaw i_ it that we failed to see  in the course of construction, such flaw would show long beforo  tho twelve months have  transpired when fire is put in range.  INCOMPARABLE OFFER  Our placing direct to the consumer our High Grade "Dominion  Pride" Malleable and Polished Steel Range, ns fully described  iu our descriptive circular and guaranteed, for less than you can  buy a ca_t inm range. We are.enabled to make this extraordinary  offer by our Direct from Factory to Kitctan Plan, which ea ve*  the jobbers, mailers, traveling salesmen aud their expenses,  giving tho consumer the benefit of these savings, which iu reality  enables the consumer to buy as cheap a* the wholesale jobber.-  PRICE  .Why not buy direct from tho Manufacturer, and save Uic middle*  mon's and retailers' profits? "Dominion Pride" Range if sold  through the retailer or traveling salesman would have to be sold  for $09.00 to $78.00, according to the territory sold in. Our  jxrice, direct to tiie cousumer, is'as follows: "Dominion Pride"  Range, 8-1S or 0-18 lop, with high closet elicit and elevated tank  or /tush reservoir, with piece of zinc to go underneath range,  S joints of blue polished steel pipe and 2 elbows, delivered to  nny railway express station in Ontario, Quebec, New _mu8 wick,  Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island "for $4-1.00 (We Pay the  Freight), and delivered to any railway express station in Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia for $49M  (We Pay the Freight), $5.00 to accompany order, the balance  *o be paid when range is delivered to you. If not convenient,  to puy cash, will accept your Note.  CASH  PRICE  Delivered to any Railway Station in  Onfcerio. Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova  Scpfcia and Prince Edward Is laud.  We pay the freight.  CASH  PRICE  Write for our Descriptive Circular.  Delivered to any Railway Station in  Manitoba. Siberia, Saskatchewan and  British Columbia   Ve pay the freight  OVER 6000 OF OUR ______GES IN USE lit TORONTO ALONE  Manufactured and Sold only by the  "GaBadfrMialleaM^  (IN    WRITING    PLEASE    MENTION   THIS   PAPER]  gracofu) courtesy. Those matadors  arc immensely popular. They nre  gem-rally rich men, who lounge all  the ���������������������������.. iult-r and fight all lh  ic .summer,  -alu-i i.a..i.g -.heir t'eats ot skill a.id  coinage with 1 o.e-malcing aud plea-  suie.    'Their   nerves  arc   naturally  -of iron, for when those l_   .-ik down  .their  professional  days  ,_ iv at  an  .nd.     Their   names   are   household  .words,   and  their   portrait-.,   in  all  the brnv .ry * . velvet and gold, silk  stockings and   .audy ehiaks, iill the  are  ���������������������������nut  photographers' chops,  gazed at ndmiriuely by gaping j  'crowds, liven fine ladies do not disdain to Ik.ior the matador by their  favors, arid a prosperous', .admired,  and heroic figure, is thi.s descendant  of the Roman gladiator, until the  day when, wounded or mortally  hurt, he fall, to the ground or retires from, the bull-ring in which hc  has won   .11 hi.s glory.  A line bull-fij'ht is an expensive  affair, ami costs about $:_,���������������������������.)() to  $G,000. while the largest bull-rings,  such ns those at Madrid,'Seville,  and S)i r.g.ssa, are as spacious a.s  the old Roman ampithcatrcs. Iu  the Git; _f Mexico some years ago  nearly 8350,000 was .spent in fitting  up six rings in which bull-fights  wore .held. It. has been computed  that about '2,000 bulls and .!, .00  horses are killed every year in  Spanish bull-lights. 'From six to  ten bulls arc usually dispatched in  a R.i. glo day.,  to  slay one; and as .some of the animals may lie worth from .$300 to  '.���������������������������".."JO. it will be r'"see 11 ..that"tauromachy is a very costly sport......  TRAINLNG BULLS.  Hulls, like prize-fighters,-have to  undergo a period of training before  they are fit for the ring. When .a  year old the bull i.s separated from  the rest of the herd and branded;  then it is turned loose to graze on  the, wild plains and sniff the aroma lie air of lhe pasturage. When  the," are two years old their trials  bej.in, the bulls having to prove  their mettle on the (lowery plains.  On tho ranch friends muster and  sportsmen take (ho saddle in the  early dawn. Skilled herdsmen,  finned with lances some four yards  in length, keep the impetuous bulls  together and prevent them from  joining their friends in -the distance. Then one bull is allowed  to escape across the plain, followed by two horsemen, onc of whom  plants a- blunt-edged banco on the  bull's flank and turns him over���������������������������  a performance requiring practice,"  nerve, and dexterity.  Immediately the, bull rises he  charges, when tho second horseman, armed with a pointed lance,  gives him a prick on the shoulder.  Those bulls wlio freely charge twice  au. considered Jit for the ring;  some hulls will even charge a third  Tho selected bulls are then named  and' entered in a stud-book, similar to what is clone with pedigree  horses  and  cattle in  this  country.  BRINGING-BULLS TO COMBAT.  The-two-year-old bulls, after their  trials, are left to graze in peace, in  charge  of herdsmen   till   they   are  'four'years', old;' whon thoy are  removed   to  large  fields  surrounded  by   palisades,   where    they  remain  till,''strong,   'fierce,    and    full  of  muscle,   they enter    tho   bull-ring.  Oxen are introduced into the herd  during  the  night,   being    received  without disfavor by the fiery bulls.  These aro decoys, trained to accompany them into the town where the  bull-'ight is to take place.    People  arc  warned   not  to  linger  on   the  roads  while   thc,  bulls are   on  the  "march,"and small barricades are  erected  near the entrances  to  the  streets.    The oxen  all carry bells,  and the   drivers   are    armed with  lances,   and galloping wildly drive  forward the. bulls, who rush blindly on    until they    enter    the cells  awaiting them.   When the bulls are  once  firmly  caged the decoy  oxen  are trained to slip out by the trapdoors,  and the bulls are  then left  alone till the final moment of combat and death.  GI .'HAT NAUTONA I_  SPORT.  In   Madrid  the  bull-fighting sea-  sen lasts about ci  year���������������������������from Apri  least one Sunday or saint's day afternoon in every week devoted to  the sport. The fights take place in  a kind of circus, called the Plaza  de Tores, round which the.seats  rise one above thc other, like the  steps of a stair, with a tier of boxes  over them. The* IMaza ha.s accommodation for 10,000 to 15,001) peopled, who pay a high price for admission, and all go attired in their  best clothes to witness the spee-  laele, which, to the novice in hull-  lli'h't., is neither edifying nor inspiring.  .bht months of the  to    November-  twenty minutes being  .1,01)1) FOR  UI.J.MFiCAT _.  Durham Man Koceivod Ritf Howard  for Slight Service.  A romance of a marriage certificate, in two acts, concluded at  Rookhopc, a village in Durham,  Kngland,'' a few days ago.  About twelve months ago Mr.  Robert Lightburn, an old resident,  received a request from someone  living in Australia to hunt up an  old marriage certificate. He obtained a certified copy of thc entry  in the parish register and forwarded it to his correspondent without  Imving the slightest knowledge of  his or her identity or the importance  of the document.  A few days ago lie received a  draft on an Australian bank for  L'1.000,  with an  intimation   that it  time,  but they  very rarely do  so. I and during  that  time there is  at  was  intended  as    au   acknowledg  ment for the trouble hc had take .  in discovering the marriage certificate' of an old friend.  Ii. has transpired that among the  emigrants who left Wearilale bu  Australia during the "gold rush"  sixty years ago was a young woman  who, after arrival at Melbourne,  entered the domestic service of it  wealthy merchant and eventually  became the wife ot his son.  Hut she was married under her  nickname, and this fact led to trouble when in after years, a question  of succession to the merchant's fortune arose among her children.  It was to prove that the nickname  was not her real name that inquiries were instituted in Durham  among those who were likely to  have remembered her in her youth.  ���������������������������RAISING: THE "FALLEN;  "See that young feller over  there',"' inquired the talkative  stranger.  "Yes, what about him." inquired Srnithsoii fretfully.  "That young follow, mister, h do-  voting his life to a noble cause.  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Lit chute     Man,  Years Su fieri _k,  an  After   Fourteen  find _ Health and  Old Reliable Kiil-  yrHE  JjARGE!  KEL  purity/  lerproof*  .���������������������������.   bm_*  iff** ��������������������������� **���������������������������    *  Children's Coughs <**,*���������������������������  Oy Much Unneceuar. Sufferiar  .   Strength in  iiey Itemedy.  La chute, Que., April 18 (Special)  ���������������������������After fourteen years of suffering,  v-liich started fvom pleurisy, followed by dropsical swellings, and  culminated in Lumbago, and confined him to his bed, Malachi F.  M-Aulift'c, iv well-known resident  ol this place, has entirely recovered his health, and he says without  h. sit .tion, "I am sure I owe it"cn-  tirely to Dodd's Kidney Pills."  "[ was laid up with Pleurisy,  wliich ai't'ectod iny kidneys," Miv  McAulift'e continues. "I suffered a  great deal of pain, especially in iny  back. -I was also terribly troubled  wiih dropsical swellings, and finally, after many attempts to get rkl  of my. trouble, I found myself compelled fco give up and was confined  ���������������������������to my bed witli Lumbago. I tried  many medicines but they failed to  do me any goocl. Then I turned to  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and after  taking one box I felt greatly relieved. I took several more boxes  and found myself completely  cured."  Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure  any and all forms of Kidney Disease.  WHAT IIEB "DOT" I)0KS.  Put French   Woman-on    Basis of  Equality With Husband.  . Though there is far less suflrage  picpaganda in France, thc superior position of the French woman  hns often been noted. If thc husband keeps a, shop, she keeps it  too; there is no question about her  capacity for business, nor is her  share in the joint business regarded as '''interference." With rare  exceptions, says London Truth. , it  is almost impossible to imagine thc  Englishwoman in a position so entirely taken for granted. Eut a  French portionless girl would be  fairly certain not to marry; from,  tho moment of her birth, therefore,  her parents set to work to provide  he* with a "dot.". Incidentally,  tho "dot" system is perhaps the  greatest incentive to thrift so entirely lacking in England. The  dowered girl goes to her husband  with a certain solid backing���������������������������which  proves its value in times of stress  ov illness���������������������������and is not only willing  but prepared to work.  The average1 Englishwoman, on  the other hand, will be independent but she is also romantic. And  romance with her prefers the role  of beggarmaid to King Cophefcua.  COULDN'T BE DONE.  After hearing the evidence in an  assault case between man and wife,  in which thc wife had a deal of provocation, the magistrate, turning  to the husband, remarked:  "My good man, I really cannot  do anything in this case."  '"But she has cut off a- bit of my  ear,   sir."  "Well," said the magistrate. "I  wi_\ bind hcr over to keep thc  peace."  "You can't," replied the angry  husband; "she's thrown the vpicce  awav!"  Constipation-  BABY BADLY BUNKED.  CURE  _ftt _ tt _ WMil T__ Ql _WSi. %DS  Give* ioiUnt relief���������������������������tooth. ���������������������������__ heali the Kith  throat* and picvcn _ more ferioui iDne_. Children  like it too���������������������������to pUawnt to Uke 'ead doe. not uptct  Ihe Mo__ch.  All Dni___ ia, 25 cenU.  THE RIGHT NAME.  "What a singularly  appropriate  name is Pistel for the man."  "Why is it appropriate?"  ''.Because he spends his time between  getting   loaded    and  being  fired."  /.ive the reverse lever a yank  wn, jn you find yourself talking too  much.  In her heart of hearts, she likes her  husband to "raise hcr to his side."  She scorns romance on a business  basis. Too late does she realize  thai the small business* or professional man cannot" really afford the  luxury of a housekeeper.  Coup tree, t>xrvMQNiKfUVB&x  When ouo le "chilled  Srough," ora_ _m_ iron.,  ������������������e .matto-Paini,   Sore.  Throat. Lumbago. Tooth- j  " fc>fwjr*Hri_. _ciatl-  luinonla, ToiigU  .in mixtion of fche  M Tubes, ������������������6w-  ������������������fa or Long*,  drain;*.  ~ to   Mww,  _ Pains of any  kind, net  ******    _���������������������������**_���������������������������_���������������������������  ttfffir.     ���������������������������^_=2|  %-,, i, __._,.__,  When a man says you are too  smart to be fooled, look out"; he is  getting ready to spring a,new one  on'you.*  "Perfectly ��������������������������� Trustworthy" is*, the  character of .icicle's. Anti-Consumptive Syrup. ' Jt can be used  witli the utmost confidence that it  will .do what is claimed for it. It  is sure" in its effects, as tho iise of  it will clearly demonstrate and can  be relied upon to drive a cold out  of the system more-effectively than  CURED HIS BLADDER TROUBLE.  Mr. Herbert Bauer, ot Davisvill., sayB  he owes Gin Pills a debt of Rratitudo  which ho eun never repay. Hc Buffer?d  for years with Bladder Trouble, and could  not pass Urine except by much .training,  which   caused great pain.  Mr. Bauer Kent for a free sample of Gin  Pills. The i_r.it dose did him fio much good  that hc ordered six boxes and began to  take them regularly. A Month's treatment completely cured hiin.  * You ean try Gin Pills before you buy  them. Write National Drug & Chemical  Co.. fDept. W.L.), Toronto, ior free, sample.  At all dealers, 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50.  The young daughter of Mrs. T. S.  Dougall, 523 Flora Avenue, Winnipeg,' was arranging some of hcr  dell's washing on a clothes rack,  when shc fell, and hor hand came  in contact with-the hot stove. Shc  sustained a 'serious burn, and her  screams brought her mother quickly to the spot.  "I sent to the druggist for thc  bcsD remedy he had for burns," she  says, '"and he sent back a bo_ of  Zam-Buk.." Hc said that there was  nothing to equal it. I applied this,  and it soothed the pain so quickly  that the child laughed through her  tears. I bound up the hand in  K&m _Buk, and each ' day applied  frim-Buk frequently and liberally,  until the burn was quite cured.  "I would recommend all mothers  to keep Zam-Buk .in the home." .  All druggists and stores sell Zam-  Buk at fifty cents box. Post free  from Zam-Buk" "Co...Toronto, for  price. Refuse all imitations.  is an enemy within the camp. It  will undermine ihe strongest constitution and ruin the most vlgor-  011*5 hoalth. It leads to indigestion,  biliousness, impure blood, bud complexion, sick headuchr ., and is onn  of the most fm.u.nt causes of  uppendieitis. To neglect it is slovr  suicide. Dr. Morse's Indian Root  Pills positively onre Constipation.  They aro entirely vegetable in cow  position and do not sinheii. weaken  or qrripe. Preserve your health by  taijUE  Dr.  Indian  Morse's  Root    Pills  SCRIP.  WANTED - SOUTH     AFRICA .  rants.     Highest price   paid.  K-OB6, Scott St.. Toronto.  WAR.  Fox &  EDUCATIONAL.  LEARN THE BARBER TRADE-NEW  system���������������������������constant" practice; careful  instruction j few weeks complete course;  tools free; graduates earn twelve to  eighteen dollars weekly; write for catalogue. Molcr Barber College. 221 Quoea  East. Toronto.  FOR  SALE.  }~7\ OR SALE OR EXCHANGE. BUILDING  " lots and farm lands, on easy payments. Will buy western property, ti.  M. Mathews. Room 11 1-2 75 Yon&c Street,  Toronto.  MACHINERY  ACHlNEIir- HEADQUARTERS. ���������������������������  i.tji Iron and wood-working machinery,  engines, boilers. 6tea'm pumps, gasolin*  engines, electric motors, " contractor*  machinery. ,tc.- Send for catalogue ol  over 1400 ��������������������������� machines. . H- W. PETRIE.  Limited.    Toronto.   Montreal.- Vancouver.  WANTED..  w  year  -���������������������������j.���������������������������-  ENIGMATIC.  "Drinking is a disease with you.  Dryup.    Are   you   doing  anything  for it1?"  "Yes,  su\  a  sir;    I'm getting  treated,  ANTED-A FEW ACTIVE YOUNG  men to learn Moulding. Three,  contract. $1.25 a day to start". $2.50  can be made after 9 months on .piecework. Must be well recommended a* to  character, habits, etc. Apply the Gumey  Foundry  Co.,  Limited,  Toronto.  FARMS   FOR   SALE.*       .  w  ESTERN  FARM LANDS-CITY" LOTS  on   easy  terms.   ]f you   are goine  west,-, send   for , my  list, it will * pay, you.  S. M. Mathews. 75 Yonge St.,-Toronto.  Minard's Linimant Cures Dandruff  S [  ,  Ma y a    good1- man is a quitter  when the whistle blows.  A  FBI.  and  Real  I Ont.  100    .ACRE    FARM,    WITH-   GOOD  buildings in   the County of Middle-  for sale, or *will  exchange for hous������������������  lot  or   smaller   farm.    The  Western  Estate   Exchange,   Limited,   London.  any other medicine,  convinced that it  claimed to be.  Try it* and be  is   what   it is  NO, TROUBLE ABOUT THAT.  Pa���������������������������"But, young man,,do you  think vou can make my' little girl  happy V'. ���������������������������    ; -  Suitor���������������������������"Do.11 ^.Say, I wish you  could 'a seen her when I "propos:  ed!"    ' .-        ;."'".  Mirurd's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  * welcome aa Sunshine after a ���������������������������torrn (s the relief  when an obstinate, pitiless cough has bean driyen  away by Allen's Luug Balsam. No opium in Ik.  Tbe good effect lasts. Take a bottle home witb  you this day.  Some think that a virtue.is simply an extinct vice:" '  Thc law won't make a man good,  The  thing costs too much.  that costs .you no-  They who crawl in the dark think  they travel faster than those who  walk in thc light.  Ti is only necessary to read tbe  testimonials to be convinced lhat  Holloway's Corn Cure is unequalled for the '.'cmoval of corns, warts,  eto    Jt is a complete extinguisher.  THE TEST.  Ite_. Vv'enfc. Weary, Wmery __!?_���������������������������.  but it may prevent him from being Kne^r -Ulline-Kyc "  a nuisance.  A Simple and Cheap Medicine.���������������������������'  A simple, cheap and effective medicine "is something.7 to be desired.  There is no medicine so effective a  regulator, of. thc .digestive system  as Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. They  are simple, they are cheap, they  can bc" got anywhere, and their beneficial action will prove their recommendation. They are the medi- !  cine of the poor man and those who  P  ? OR .ALE Oil - EXCHANGE; A 164  acre farm witli nplendid building!.,  in^the County of Est_x. Will gel! or exchange for smaller farm. The Western  Real Eutate Exchange,- Limited, London,  Ont. - : -  THE LINDMAN TRUSS will hold any reducible  tieniia. Rndoised by .loi������������������ir.o-_ medical tnaa.  Wr.to for particulars. B. L1N0MAX, (Rag'il).  Moutreal. -���������������������������.-'"    v  fTOPE FOR THE DEAF-IN ACOUSTICON���������������������������  f-J    one of the manrels ot the electrical-a������������������e.s  fii use lhTon_hout the  world.   Write' for catav'  loiue.   General Aeoustic Co,, ef CanaJa, Ltd,  ieiYo_.e8������������������ree*. Toronto.  FEATHER  DYEINQ'  Cleaning and Cnrllo������������������ ������������������nd Kid Gloies cleaned   Th*.  - can be lent bf poit, le p*r ea the but place it  BRITISH  AMERICAN  DY.IHC CO.  MONTEEAU  Prue���������������������������"Do you think hc was sincere when hc said ho loved von?"  Dolly���������������������������Tm sure of it. He'looked  too foolish to bc making believe."  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  A gossip believes everything she  hoars, and takes the rest for granted.  Your   Eyo   T  Will   Like .Murine.    It  Soothes  Your Druggists.     Write h'or Eye Books,  ifree.   Murine J_yc .Remedy Co., Toronto.  Kemedy.    Try uvish to escape doctors5 bills will do  roubles.      You .,   - ���������������������������      ���������������������������   ���������������������������  .     . i .   ���������������������������   ,  jbthes. . 50c At  wel!  in giving them a trial.   ���������������������������  I   eon. der    MTNAR.1.   _   "I.TNJMEXT  the'  I������������������EH'C  Ijliilme.'U  in use.  1 _ot i������������������y foot, hadly .lammed   lately.   I  fcathed it. well with MINARITfl LliNIlt'llN].'  ami it wa*. iie well .-i*. ever n.u.t day.  Yours very truly,  T. G.  McMDLLKN".  Kip Diseas in the Bud.���������������������������It is  diflicult to eradicate a disease alter  it has become/seated, "therefore it  1is==v.ise==1to==take==anys_ailm"ent==iiriit]3  initial stages and by such remedies  as ..re snflicierrfc, stop it in its  course. Cold is tlie commonest  complaint of man, and when neglected leads to serious results. Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil will cure thc  severest cold or most violent cough.  It's easy to get up in the world.  Simply patronize an elevator going  thai way.  Loft of Weeh, cough and pain in the chest nay  not mean consumption, hut are bad signs. Allen .  Lu.-ig Il/vlsam loosens the cough and heals intiam-  ������������������d air j-awBacea.   Not a gram of opium in it.  =JT.u sb an tU(d u v i n g^-th c=q \x arcel),  Minard'i Liniment for Sale Evsrywhera.  "Clean, dry quarters are necessary for young lambs," says a stock  journal. But any old quarters that  will pass are good enough for most  of us.  APPENDICITIS  Cured without operation*. All who are at-  Hinted wiih thi? dihea.' nnd. wish to-he  cured pern)nnent.ly, _:ifely nnd^ quickly  with this great Homeopathic remedy,  which, will be "nt po.t-.i.iid anywhere .  In th������������������ world' with full instructions for  using no ns to effect n permanent cure.  Price   \1.   Add reef  John   T. Walt,   Homeop..tM9   Pharmacy*  Arnprti*r, Cannda.  CASH AND CREDIT.  (M  HOW IT HAPPENS.  Mr.' Stubb���������������������������"Man up in the extreme end of Alaska writes to his  vile every mail."  Mrs./-Stubb-.My! What an affectionate husband!"  Mr. Stubb-"Oh, I don't know.  There i.s only one mail a year up  there."  a the r, '��������������������������� wh at i s mean t by bankruptcy?"  "bankruptcy   is when    you put  ���������������������������your money in your hip pocket,  ,'jnd let your creditors   take your  coat,"  ���������������������������* Hfcrttlute l������������������r "i^t D . I," Menthol Plaster,  ���������������������������H_������������������iu_ iee������������������������������������ aa������������������������������������re>������������������li)u������������������ dealer* may say there  (t Keoc_n������������������%<led by doctors, honpltali, clergy  ind ererylodF lor v''������������������������������������"r������������������������������������X. ������������������������������������Ib������������������������������������m. ���������������������������'���������������������������������������������  "Providence looks after fools, you  know."   Wife���������������������������"Indirectly ��������������������������� yes." '  Husband���������������������������"Indirectly?"     Wife ���������������������������  "Yes; by giving them wives to look  after them."  ���������������������������MH.* te the Bone .   A teemennfol of Pal*.  kinerjn_,veuno_h_t-wate_-BWeetened-wll_-wan_  jou and are. I a cold. A void substitutes, there Q  bat en* " Painkiller "-l'erry DaTU'-_6o and sot.  ALLAN LSftSE  E1SJ  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator has the largest sal. of any similar preparation sold in Canada.  It always gives satisfaction by--restoring health to thc little folks.  Vou don't havo to .now what KIND or cloth  your Goo Js are made of. SAME Dye for ALU i  I No chance ot Mistakes. All colors io cents |  ! from your Dnifrt-hit or Dealer. Sample Cuil !  I nnd BooWet Free. The Johnson-Rlchardson I  t^2_J������������������_2____������������������__        --    ���������������������������     -   -  ,     TRV, UNSEWN WITNESS.  The lecturer was growing very vehement in tho course of his oratory.  His subject was, "How to be happy  though married."   '  "As.we all know," he cried, "the  duty of a wife is to.be'a loving helpmate to her husband by cooking  his food, attending., to the various  requirements, conducting properly  his household affairs, and so on,  and so on!"  "Ah!" sighcr the little, man in  front, "they never perform that  laMrduty!"  "Which one is that?" asked the  lecturer.  "Why," explained thc little man,  '���������������������������'sew on, aud sew on!" aud he exhibited his shirt cuffs, which were  fastened with pins.  The church th.'it knows nothing  of the. alley knows nothing of the  man who went about doing _ood.  "Work," observed thc reflective  tramp, "work is all right, if you  can get thc sort to suit your individual needs. I, for instance,  wouldn't object to calling out thc  names of tho ports of call on an  Atlantic liner."  He-���������������������������"I havc been told that I was  handsome." Shc���������������������������"When was  that?" He~"To-day." She-''No;  I mean, when were you handsome 1"  The average man is never as big  a fool as hc might be if he associated with the fair sex more.'    o  Away With Depression and  Melancholy.���������������������������These two evils are  the accompaniment of a disordered  stomach and-torpid liver and mean  wretchedness to all whom they visit.  The surest and speediest way to  combat them i.s with Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, which will restore  tho healthful action of the stomach  and bring relief. They have proved  their usefulness in thousands of  eases and will continue lo give relief to the suffering who are wise  enough lo use them.  Tho " Victorian " and  rirjjiniiin" *.������������������ie fined  .ill. Turbini. Knj������������������*ii.e_,  Triple Screws and  =kong^D')stai)ce~~"=- -   ~~~~*=  S TURBINE i.:,  ���������������������������__m__i_>i    i  iiuinls   are  Lounge  Cafe,'  Ladies'  Boudoir,  Library, etc  Vibration is i*i.   need to a minimum.  "Send'lbr'f. .iliugs*r rale . etc., to  general Agency I'or Ontario.  The All.n Lino, 77 Vonse St., Toronto  luxurious  and  include  STEAMERS  set  E__s ���������������������������-?'" 1__  fe5-*r _..������������������__*_-_  S__5is2=������������������3  ,1c. tfWS^j)* -     ,         -  T11F, HA UN DANCE.  Very ^unpopular with the younger  -���������������������������Life.  LA GRIPPE  Arrested, and Consumption Cored  Mf.C. D.Co! . 4ol WelLemlle,Ont.  waittrUken down with La Grippe in 1906  ���������������������������nd it left him in v . y bad condition. He  say.: 1 wm allrun down nnd bordering ot  Coniumpiion. I could not sleep et n'gtai,  had awful sweat . and couched nearly the  whole time. This ia how I wci when I  began to take Piychine, in a low nervoui  state; but (rom the first bettlel began to  improve. It did mwvcls for.ine and brought  me back to htallKin no time, making a new  man o( me. It foitifici the body agaiait  the attscks of La Grippe and it a sure pre.  ventative. I always take Psychine if I feel  a cold coming on end it puts tne right in  no time."  NO HOME SHOULD EE  WITHOUT PSYCHINE  F������������������r Stic ly a_ Di������������������_ji������������������t> ������������������n. Dialer . 50c. _ $1  ������������������trb_ll������������������.  D?._T. A. SLOCUM^  'LIMITED,  TORONTO  PRONOUNCED .Si-KEEN THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 23, 1910  ���������������������������We have just received  a lot of  New  furniture  and have more coming  OO O O O-QOOCOOOOOOOOOC-OOOO  Lowest Prices in the  Valley  0_<K>CO_OO0_OO0OCK>O0OOO0-  For the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,    Rugs   and    Mats.  W. T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  X_XZ_E  PRO BONO PUBLICO  Witch Hazel  Face Cream  and the non-greasy toilet  preparation  Euthmol Cold  Cream  Are necessary adjuncts to-  every ladies' toilet���������������������������most  especially at this season of  the year when the warm  sunshine ' burns, blisters  and causes roughness of  the skin.     Try a sample.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St.  Enderby  (Correspondents will please be brief and avoid  personalities. The Editor reserves the riffht to  reject any correspondence or part of correspondence that does not bear on the question at issue,  or treats thc subject in a personal interest rather  than   in   the  interest of tho public.    Bc brief,  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir: In the last edition of  your valuable paper, under the head1  ing of "Troublesome Cowboys," you  stated that the other day these boys  drove a number of cows into the  pound which were being herded by  Mr. Pound on the Indian Reserve.  Now this is news to me. I act as  agent for Chief Edward and receive  payment for the grazing of said cows  but have nothing to do with herding  of the animals. A herder is no doubt  a very honorable occupation, but I  have no wish to be credited with  what I have nothing whatever to do  with. Trusting you will make this  correction in your next issue, I remain, Yours truly,  THOS. POUND,  Real Estate   and   Insurance Agent,  City.  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir: In your last issue you  did what I have been thinking you  should havc done a year ago. I am  glad to read your criticism of the  manner in which the public safety is  looked after by .the owner of the Bell  block, and I hope to see the city  take the matter up and have it remedied. I think you should have got  after them long ago. I have heard  the question talked about many times  and feel sure that a back stairway is  i the only way to provide any kind of  I a safe escape from thc hall. What  Igood would iron ladders be from the  two back windows? How many of  the women and children could use  them? It is not probable that anyone would use them if there was a  stampede, whereas, if there was a  back stairway the hall could be  quickly emptied, and the danger of  serious injury to anyone would be  reduced to the minimum. Why don't  you agitate for a by-law along these  lines?  Yours truly, C. B.  MEASLES AT LARGE  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.  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and Georyrc&'ta. KNDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block,'Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Endorby -Lodge No. 40  Regular meeting* _r������������������t  Thursday on or after the  full moon nt 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially Invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  Since     the     first     appearance     of  measles   in    Enderby   two   weeks or  more ago,   the   health committee of  the   City   Council   has    taken every  precaution to   quarantine the houses  j where the disease was known to ex-  ! ist, but other than this, the tacking  up of a quarantine placard, no effort  has    been   made    to     see    that   the  quarantine was enforced.   The result  has been   that,   to   all   intents and  purposes,  the quarantine has been a  farce, and the disease has spread as  rapidly as it   well   could.   There are  now said to   be   upwards of twenty  cases, with no apparent desire on the  part   of   the   parents   to   assist   in  I. 0.0. F.  _______      Eureka Lodsr ���������������������������, No. SO  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. 0.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block. Visiting brother, always welcome. J. A. McMorland, N. G.. A.  Reeves, Sec'y. E. J. Mack, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Viiltori cordially invited to attend.  ROBT. N. BAILEY. CO.  C. E. STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  K. of P Hall Ib the only hall in Enderby ������������������ul__l������������������  for public entertainments. For rates, etc, apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE, M. E., Enderby  checking its spreading. A special  meeting of the City Council was held  Saturday evening to consider the  matter. It was decided to continue  thc quarantine, but it was recognized  that little could be accomplished in  the effort to check the disease unless  everybody was prepared to observe  the quarantine.  Fortunately the attacks have so  far been of a very mild type. Few  children have been really ill with  the disease, therefore it 'seems thc desire of many to let the boys and girls  enjoy thu sensation. While this  disposition . exists on the part of the  parents, thc efforts of the City cannot accomplish anything towards  stopping its spread.  Measles is a contagious disease,  characterized by a preliminary stage  of fever and catarrh of the eyes, nose  and throat, and ft. lowed by a general eruption on the skin. One attack practically pratects a person  from another, yet, on the other ha .d,  second attacks occur with extreme  rarity. It is more contagious than  scarlet fever, and isolation of a patient in a house is of less service in  preventing communication to other  inmates, whereas in scarlet fever half  the number of susceptible children  may escape the disease through this  precaution. Thc germs which cause  measles perish rapidly, so that infected clothes or other objects merely  require a thorough airing to be rendered safe.    A patient with measles  is capable of communicating the dis.  order from its onset, before the appearance of the rash, through the  breath, discharge from the nose and  eyes, tears and saliva and all the secretions. At the end of the third  week of the disease the patient is  usually incapable of giving the disease to others. Close contact with a  patient is commonly necessary for  onc to acquire the disease, but it  frequently happens that it is carried  by a third person in the clothes, as  by a nurse. <  The vast majority of healthy persons over two years old recover completely from measles, yet there are  serious complications and sequels,  and in view of these, it ought to be  the desire of all 'to check it's spread  as quickly as possible. Severe bronchitis, pneumonia, croup, laryngitis,  sore eyes, ear abscess and deafness,  violent diarrhea, convulsions, and, as  a late result, consumption sometimes  accompany or follow measles.  While by isolation of the patient  we may often fail to prevent the occurrence of measles in other susceptible persons in the same house, because of the very infectious character  of the disease, and because it is probable that they have already been exposed during the early stages when  measles was not suspected, yet all  possible precautions should be adopted promptly. For this reason other  children in the house should be kept  from school., and away from their  companions, and they ought not to  be sent, away from home to spread  the disease elsewhere.  ^_:������������������_-_-3_SKr���������������������������  _.a������������������ij  Bargains  thi  is  week  in  v*$i*\  r&fi  *XJ     . 1  _*_>*!  ���������������������������  "?������������������_?  __._-><  __.  :te  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.ReRogers Lumber  Company, Ltd.  ummer  Waists  ������������������5_  \^y\  coo  1 A Per  iv Cent  ff on  Ladi  les  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  If the Merit  wasn't there  The sales of Calgary Flour  would not be increasing  when you can get other  brands for 25c less per 49-  pound sack.  Th*Seal of Alberta,$l. 90 pr W-lb  Economy,        -    1.80     "  Get wise to a good Flour;  it's worth the difference  Walter   Robinson  ��������������������������� CASH GROCER  When wanting the best in  Groceries, order from us,  either in person, by note  or 'phone. Prompt service  alwavs.  m  POLSON  Mercantile Co.  ������������������  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  H   A   Y  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50 &,  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  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.  . _


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