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 ,-x yi   ' ��������������������������� -',7- ..-,  ^  _"    -  v.  JUN lb' 1910  _  .00  Enderby, B. C,  June 16, 1910  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 16; Whole No.. 120  Brief Mention of News  _���������������������������  | talent has   been    much   appreciated.  n -r .     .       -p-i      -I       i -������������������->.���������������������������    .--   ���������������������������     .    Owing to the extra busy season and  OI  IntereSt TO  il/llderbV  DiStriCt the resultant   heavy   work in the ab-  countant's    office,    Mr.  Lemke found  Good   morning!     Are ' you immune  against corporation pedal frigidtalis?  Mrs. Gus Schultz   returned, from a  visit''to Alberta, some days ago.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier is scheduled to  be in Vernon two weeks from to'd'ay.  The greatest hindrance to Enderby  advancing   to   first-place   is   lack of  '  vision.  The" new time table brings the  ���������������������������- southbound train into Enderby at  ;' 10:35; the northbound at 17:17.-  ���������������������������;    H. M. Breedon, of Brantford, Ont.,  is visiting his   son,    the genial Jack  " Breedon, at the King Edward.  . Every'acre lot in the-Flewwelling  . addition has been sold, and plans are  ���������������������������-taking shape for the improvement'Of  ! that "section. ���������������������������  A crowded house greeted the Swiss  ;. Bell Ringers Tuesday evening, in K.  .'P. Hall, and "the performance was of  'unusually high rank. -. .->      . . ,  Contract Un-Let for Road  to Open Up,the Lawes Addition  will-be-a story-and-a-half, 28x32-feet that in order to fill the "requirements  foundation measurement, and the 0f the '0ffice as chief accountant for  building material will be cement the A. JR. Rogers -Company, he would  blocks. "       - '  | have to give up the band.   Mr. Dug-  Mrs. W. A.' Dobson and children left dalc has taken- "P-the leadership.     .  ,_.   .    , -       ���������������������������     ,      ,    ���������������������������.   -, *        ��������������������������� memuer5  tn    xneir    seats except  AJC1  Enderby en route for England   Wed-     There was some, splendid shooting |Rutt       who is absent from the  nesday.    They will await Mr. Dobson s at the range last .Wednesday.   W. T. I   The clerk as   treasurer    submitted  coming at Sicamous      Mr. Dobson will Holtby made   the first possible that  estimates of the revenues aQd  remain Jintil- after the -auction sale of has been made on the range. It was jditures of the current  his household, effects,  Saturday,'June at the 500 range.   Every shot was a | ��������������������������� In view   of   the   showi      mad     it  18th.   This   sae   is   attracting   wide- bull's-eye.     His shooting at the 200 J was moved ���������������������������    Ald. .Evans*  secoa'decl  spread interest- because of   the high- range-was also high.     Only seven of   by Ald. Hutchison,   that the resolu-  tions of the Council of June 1st, pas-  At the meeting of the City Council  have in the Bell'block a hall with a  last Wednesday evening, the principle seating capacity of 250.     Frequently  business transacted  was-the undoing  the hall is   crowded.   -There is. only *  of business previously done. one entrance to   the   upstairs of^-this  Mayer. Bell    was   present   and. all , building. ��������������������������� In addition "to the hall in-  members in    their "seats except Aid. I the second.floor there' are "three office  class goods which are to be offered.        . those -shooting   finished at the three  W.   J.  Honey,, professional photog- ''ranges.   Following is the score: Bell,  rapher of   '" " "n" "  sing the   Tax ' By-law,' 1910, for the  third time, and authorizing "the affix-  20 -years   experience,  has   9������������������: G- Sharpe, 82, Wheeler, 87; Holt  leased* the'old' boarding house at the   hy>   91!   Ackman,    61;   R.    Salt, 71;   ing of the seal    of   the'City thereto  bridge and'Glifl street;-and is putting'Taylor,; 94; Pulton,    90.   The follow-  be'rescinded.   Carried unanimously.  ~___0_      ...__. ___*._       WW-WW;        ._uu       xu      j-r ������������������__���������������������������-___������������������> ... __ .  in-a   skylight    to   accommodate his   inS finished.at the 200 and 500 range-  business.   He expects "to be open for.E- Bvans, 49; Price, 42; Williams, 43;  It  was moved -  by" Aid.   Blanchard  rooms occupied. Everything carried  into the building for the occupants.bf ���������������������������  the second floor comes up the front  stairway, and if there is not -room  for it in the, rooms it is stored -in"  the hallway. There is not a fire-escape from any window in the" building  an-yi no back stairway. .If* the'stairway .leading from the street were enveloped in smoke ' from a fire' in the  ground floor, which is liable to happen any evening on which an entertainment is'being held, the death" list  nd    Aid:.- Hancock,    that .Sec. 1 of-,of those-in the upper floor would be      ' t   "   _ *  _._..___>-__    x_c i_.p<. i_   t_   uc uycu iuj . <     ��������������������������� -.   --������������������_���������������������������������������������   , ���������������������������,   ai_u    A_u:_- nancocK,    tnat   bee. l of ��������������������������� oi tnosein tne upper lioor would be  business, .Friday,   the 17th, and will,*. Glen, 44; A. Marwood, 43; Brima-  the .Tax. By-law .be amended by in-j appalling. " They would be caught" like  be prepared    to   make appointments  combe, o2;' H. Moffet, 54.     Dr.  Keith   creasing'   the   levy   for the purposes': rats ih a trap. --The re would" be no  shot only-at   the   200 range, scoring -therein specified .from 11.20 mills to-escape.' '",-���������������������������' '" "     :"  34.   A. E. Taylor is shooting for the..12 mills.'   ���������������������������     ���������������������������     .-        - / .     j   This   thought   is- hot new." it/has "  The By-law    passed it's third read-' been .heard night" after "night-as the  for   sittings  class work.  He guarantees-  first-  silverware this year, as will be*seen  by reference to his score.  "A. McQuarrie -is   Scotch.. He likes  to do"things   just   right.   And so,.a   _ __,     ,   ���������������������������  '--    Rev. Adam U, DePencier, rector of few days ago" when   one "of his milk  - * rank. Hassard -is-this season per-  ).'St.  Paul's .church,    Vancouver,;was. patrons told -him   that the Glengar-j   ���������������������������    "? hlS " irriSation system ��������������������������� his  ; last week elected, to   succeed Bishop  rick milk soured   over ^ night'in her6 ������������������������������������"acre ranch - near town' *Mr" Has-  refrigerator, he.took a- bottle out^of ifard raiSf about-400.tonsof hay on  ii*. ....���������������������������-.   '-.:,     .,_���������������������������   ' '    his irrigated    fields, ^besides handling  ing as amended.    . ���������������������������      ���������������������������.- __        vv www ������������������v*u   '      .>__       l/llt- *-* '  *- ��������������������������� --_.-. _,_     l������������������     **_#���������������������������������������������     . ��������������������������� j  ~ ��������������������������� -w        ������������������ _.*��������������������������� *_-__. _������������������_*_^ t     uuvi      _,u^/_.-  acre off    two of these fields.   But'he^road   in-.this    sub-division,    stating Jcially when there is a crowd leaving  the official action taken by the City'finds that, when the labor broblem is   that after, carefully considering their .the hall.   We have seen elderly ladies  jyustju uuLLcige. uospnai movement,   in connection  -with   the measles epi- j considered, he can do better growing : resources for  .the   current year,  and. clinging   to   their   escorts in actual  called for   Friday   afternoon at 4 jdemic scare.   Without going into the hay    under    his     irrigation   system, {comparing     same    with . the     fixed i fear of falling as   they are asked to  ____ in _ho r._n_.i. _.___.__. _. . __   whva _n_' w h. r___   _  ic onnimi, +^  This is an excellently equipped farm, 'charges and other liabilities already! step down into the darkness on leav-  Water i^piped   to  .the highest point 'incurred, the Council had found that j ing the brightly lighted hall.  and open ditches are used to carry it |the funds available.are not sufficient     These complaints   surely    have not"  Dart, deceased, of this diocese.. ���������������������������  ' Graham Rosoman   has greatly im-,  proved the' appearance of ..his Belye-.  .dere-street home' by giving-it a coat  'of paint and laying out a promising,  lawn.     '    -.-  ���������������������������  A meeting of all ladies of Enderby.  and district who' are interested in the  proposed cottage, hospital movement,  is  o'clock in the Council Chamber of the  city. hall.  H. W. Harvey states that Lot No.  43, advertised last week, and continued in his ad this week, has since  been sold He offers Lot 12, Block 5,  map 211B, with 5-room house and  good shed, at $650.  - ��������������������������� The Presbyterian "ladies will hold a  garden party in the recreation park,  _..next._.Wednesdav���������������������������af.ternoon^and=evf.--  nin'g. -They will have the band in attendance, and the afternoon feature  will be a baseball game. Refreshments will be served.  It is rumored that the Kamloops  Indian agency is to -be divided, and a  new agent appointed to have charge  of all that district from Enderby to  the_ boundary line. A suitable'person  from this section is to be appointed  by the Indian Department.  A clinker-built row boat was stolen  from the river bank at the Collin  place, north of Enderby, some days  ago, and no trace of the craft has  been seen. The boat was not named  but had a tin star on the bow. Any  information concerning its whereabouts would be thankfully received  by F. W. Collin, Enderby.  The Dutch Social to be given in  aid of the organ fund of the North  Enderby church, will be given in conjunction with the strawberry fete to  be held Wednesday afternoon, July 6,  in K. of P. hall by the Ladies' Guild  of St. George's church. The program of the Dutch Social will be  given in the evening, and the berry  fete in the afternoon.  J. S.- Johnstone sold two lots and  his home to. J. R Linton this week,  the deal.being . made ��������������������������� through Chas.  Little's agency. It is Mr. Johnstone's  intention to. erect a new home on the  the - wagon ..and   slipped   it. into the  'cooling room   oif_'Geo.  Sharp's'meat'  market.     Six" days "later   he   went  after it.' It.'was still sweet.  The Enderby ' correspondent of the  Vernon  News "unreasonably  criticises  Frank Hassard'I is-this season per-   - Tt was moved   by-   Aid. Hutchison  and Aid. Hancock" that the'resolution of the. Council of June" 4th, accepting the tender- of Messrs. J. F.  Johnson and R. J. .Carefoot, Jor. the  "the. butter product from>25 head of  milkers, .and the ��������������������������� grain produced on  the rich soil .of several fields. "When  Mr. Hassard -was raising wheat he  thrashed   75'and   80   bushels .-to the  people have    been, picking their-?way._  down   the    dark.   stairway - to   _the^  street. .Occasionally-there is a";light..  at the head of the.stairway, but none.",  either at the sides-or-at the bottom. '  The light-at   the - head of-the" stairs'/  construction" of a. road in the'Lawes J enables-one to "faintly see the steps  sub-division" be rescinded... Carried, if one is ascending without anyone in  It was decided to write Mr. Lawes, * front" of him. But the light at the  as representing the parties petition- head of the stairs is absolutely use-  ing   for.   the   construction   of a new -.less to    anyone   decending, and espe  whys and wherefores, it is enough to  reproduce the. text of a telegram received by the City Clerk: "Correspondence received. ' Your actions have  approval of Provincial Board of  Health. (Signed) H. E. Young, Provincial Secretary."  over-the   land.     In the home he has   to admit   of   the   construction this  son. The company is erecting a 16-  room lodging house to add to the  rooming quarters of the young men  employed in the mill who have not  other accommodations. Thus far the  season's cut has been most satisfactory to Manager Stevens, and the  shipments average 60 cars a loonth.  . The first-meeting- of-the-Board of  library commissioners of Enderby  was held at the City Hall last Monday evening. There were present Mrs  E. F. Hendrickson, H. Roy Ackman,  Rev. Mr: Connor,, Dr. H. W. Keith,  and Graham Rosoman, secretary-  treasurer. The statutory declarations were made by all members, and  the resolution adopted by the City  Council governing the commission  was read and adopted. Rev. Mr.  Connor was elected president of the  board, and Mrs. Hendrickson, vice-  president. It was decided to appoint  a librarian at a salary of !{25 a year.  "The Stepney Library" is the official  title by which the library shall be  known.  W. J. Lemke last week resigned his  position as leader of the Enderby  band, and suggested the election of  Chas. Dugdale to take his place. It  was with deep regret that the band  boys accepted the resignation of their  leader. Since Mr. Richardson removed to the coast, Mr. Lemke has  handled   the   band    in   a   thorough,  every convenience and' everothing up-  to-date. He proposes next, to install  an electric-light plant to light the  farm buildings and home.  Obstruction at the "intake" of the  water main Tuesday morning, caused  The" A. R. Rogers'Lumber Co., put  a night force in the Enderby mill last  night,    and   will   continue night and. -   (street* that the   (  da:L___t_^o_r__t_^^^^^  .(.1t.p._    ._    i     ���������������������������.,���������������������������.___     t. i wit enure    project  year, of the whole road projected,  unless a money by-law were placed  before .the electors and sanctioned by  them; that the Council, however, are  prepared to construct the proposed  road from High street to Lawes  street; that the   Council_._r_egret__that  cannot be carried  reduced   to   a   Jribble.   It was noon,     .     , ._.,,_.___,  before Aid. Evans became aware of 1������������������^.at 1on?c> but fff that the WOrk  the difficulty, although many water 10UtI!n?? aboVe woul<l ^ SUffident to  users were without water as early as^^ f6 ,more Pr������������������*ln������������������ needs ������������������f th*  8 o'clock. Mr. Evans at once took :1)reSeDt f ^T'& "^ ^ aCC������������������Pt"  steps to have the difficulty remedied, I *��������������������������� ������������������f *he "ft-of-way for the  but it was'4 in the afternoon below j wh������������������le ,r������������������ad ,Q.nd the c������������������������������������str^������������������n of a  the pressure returned.   All this while I5.". ������������������   ^'^   ye"   Sh������������������Ul<l bC ^  fi._ __,.  ,.._,. _ _ _���������������������������    ti       -i..     i. r.     *cient to assure    all  concerned as to  the city was practically without firei,,       ...      ,    . _    _.  _._f__.,-__    -o        -    -   -it���������������������������  --    ,. --the ultimate intention  protection.     Some    months   ago  the  water gauge kept by the city went  out of commission, and since then we  have been doing business in our water works department without a  pressure-gauge cock. Mr. Evans is  now convinced that it is poor economy, and thinks he will havc a new  pressure-gauge installed at the' City  Office so that the department will be  E. J. Mack was appointed pound-  keeper for the balance of the current  year.  LOOKING TO PUBLIC SAFETY  Every time an entertainment is held  in the K. P. Hall there are complaints  against the lack of interest, if not  able to keep, posted on the condition , criminal carelessness, of t'he owner of  of the water supply. j the hall or those having it in charge,   ��������������������������� :in, not providing proper stair lights  For Sale���������������������������A    farm   wagon,   logging'at   the   entrance,    and   some   other  sleigh and disc harrow���������������������������good as new.  Apply, H. F. Flewwelling, Enderby  One Jersey Cow for sale; just come  _.    __     _,_.,  in; splendid milker. Foster & Proctor  remaining   lots of his property.    It painstaking manner, and his musical  Denovan Ranch, Enderby.  A great many people mistake stubbornness for bravery, meanness for  economy, and vilencss for wit.  Economy fruit jars, stone churns,  crocks and jugs, at Fulton's Hardware.  The more you say, the less people  remember.  means of escape than by the front  entrance. The Knights of Pythias,  who have leased the hall, and are  directly responsible for the safety of  the people gathered therein from time  to time to witness the public entertainments, feel that they lease the  hall and not the public entrance to  the building off which the hall opens.  And thq'y do not feel that it is up to  them to light the entrance and care  for it. No doubt in this they are  correct. But it is up to somebody to  see that the public is protected before an awful calamity happens.   We  escaped the ear of Mr. Bell.* One  would think so from the amount.of  effort put forth to remedy the conditions complained ��������������������������� of. They are,' indeed, becoming worse, for at the entertainment Tuesday evening, with  the hall packed to the doors, there  _was_not=frven=the=-top-stair-light=sin=  the hallway leading to the street.  Months ago Mr. Bell informed'us  that he was about to place fire-escapes to all the second-story windows. But nearly nine months have  elapsed since then, and yet not a  fire-escape has been provided. But  window fire-escapes to a public hall,  are an absurdity. They_.w_ould_be.;as.  effective as a silk thread in unload,  ing a ship.  - K. of P. Hall is a public hall,:and  will probably be the only hall for  entertainment purposes in" Enderby,  for some time to come. It is up to  thc theatre-going public to demand  some protection. The risk to life and  limb is too great. A back-stairway  to the hall is not too much to ask.  The property of a public hall may  rest with the owner, but when he  allows it to bc utilized as a place for.  public entertainments, he accepts the  responsibility of caring for the public  safety. If he neglects this important  part of the transaction, the public  have a right to demand the enforce--  mdit of the law .governing such con-'  ditions.  ENDERBY BIRTHS  A daughter was born to Mr', and Mrs.  W. T. Holtby Tuesday morning.  Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Metcalfe are the  happy parents of a daughter, born the  past week. ' ' "SALADA" Tea is weighed by electric weighing"
machines. The net weight is-printed on-"every
package. We. absolutely guarantee it to contain
full weight without the lead covering. Have your
grocer empty a package and weigh  it for you.
Sealed   "SALADA"  Packets   guarantee   full   weight and tea
unequalled for goodness, freshness and fine flavour.
OR, THE NEW MISTRESS AT
LAUREL HILL.
CHAPTER. XII.���������(Cont'd) ������������������
"1 am glad he has roused himself at last," answered James, "he
would not accept my offer, for
which I am sorry,' a.s I was anticipating much happiness in having
niy Cousin Maude at Hampton during the summer. You will remain
nt  home,  J  suppose."
"No," said Maude, hesitatingly,
"or that is 1 have serious thoughts
of teaching school, as I do not like
to be dependent on Dr. Kennedy."
James De Vere had once taught
school for a few weeks, by way of
experiment, and now as hc recalled the heated room, the stifling atmosphere, the constant care, and
more   than  all,   thc noisy  shout of iej   .inj the next 1
brought hiin so much joy as hers���������
no being in the world he loved so
well. But shc belonged to another
���������thc time had passed when she
might have been .-on, Shc_ could
never be his, he said; and with his
love ho waged a- mighty battle ��������� a
battle which lasted days and nights,
wringing from him more than one
bitter moan, .as, with his face bowed in his hands, he murmured sadly.' the mournful words, "It might
have been."
Yes, it might have been : it could
be still; but this hc did not know.
He knew J. C.  was  fickle  in most
matters,   but  he   did   not deem   it
possible that, having loved  Maude
Remington  once,   he    could    cease
from loving hcr; neither did he undo stand "why   her  eys  drooped  so
oft  beneath  his gaze,  or   why  the
color always deepened on hcr cheek
wiicn  hc  was   near.      "Maude,  too,
wa.s waking up, and the schoolhouse
witnessed    more . than    one   ,fierce
struggle between hcr duty and her
Iinel ina't'ons;    for,    with    woman's"
'tact, she knew that she was not in-
1 cliff .rent  to James  De Vere;    but
she was plighted to another, and if
he \aclc her keep    her    word,  she
, would, do so, even though it broke
jh er heart.
i Matters were-��������� in this condition
j when J. C. came onc day to Hanip-
jton. accompanied by jsomc city
��������� friends, among whom were a few
iyoung ladies of tbe Kelsey order.
! Maude saw them as the.v passed the
j schoolhouse in the village omnibus;
,  .,        iMiisaw.  too,  how    resolutely    J.  G.'s,
give me my  portion,   and then 1 11 j ^ iuf.^d as if afj���������i(l
take you to Lur.pc.   You won t be, ^ ^^ meet
old,    Maude,    only    twenty-seven, .������He Wishes  to  show   his  resent-
and 1 shall be proud when the poo- .^   .)f courgc hc,n yij.it  mc
pie say that beautiful woman with | >   returns," she'thought. And
eyes like stars is the crippled art-
Maude De Vere;
isl.'s sister !'
In all his plans he made no mention of J. C, whose conduct he despised, and whose character he began  to read aright.
"Maude will never marry him, 1
hope," he thought, and when she
brought to    him    the    letter from
many times: that day she cast her
eyes' in the direction of Hampton
Park, as thc De Vere residence was
often ealled.
But she looked in vain, ancl with
a feeling of disappointment she dismissed her school, "-nd glad to be
alone, laid her head upon thc desk,
falling ere long asleep, for the day
James De Vere . the noble little fel- - ^ ^ wag vcry tired
low conquen-d his own feelings, and ;So w  ^ slepfc  thflt sh(J. dk,
with  a hopeful heart as to  the re- |        h<jaji -^ ^ of whcelSi ror the
Bill V of that summer-s teaching   lie , ^^ ^ y ^.^ &s the party
bade hcr go.    So it was alai'-������>g-|f        thc citv rodc bv on their way
,      -  -,-. ,ed, and the next letter which went ������������������   Neither, haH iin hour
triumph  which   greeted  his car on | frorn Maiide to J. G. carried the in-   ,;._    J, <a_ w.,, ,,;,. ,.....,.,. fonf._
tha.-. memorable morning,  when he j toll i gene,   that his  betrothed    was
found  himself    fastened    out,  and | ������������������;,._.   -'io    turn    country    school-
i going
, b���������...b    'to    turn    country
knew  his   rule was at an   end,  he! nKr'iin1i    am(    teach    thc Hampton
shuddered     at      the    thought   of!
Maude's being exposed to similar
indignities, and. used all his powers of eloquence to dissuade her
from licr plan. Maude was frank,
open-hearted and impulsive, and
emboldened by James'' kind, bro-
ihorly miinncr, shc gave in a. most
childlike way, her reason for wishing lo teach.
"If I am married next winter,"
.she said, "my wardrobe will need
replenishing; for J. C. would surely he ashamed to take me as _ am.
an.I I have now no means of my
own for purchasing anything."
Ir.  an   instant  James   De  Vere's
biats their A B CV so at last hc
said to Mrs. Kelsey and hcr niece,
between whom and himself there
was a perfectly good understanding, and to whom hc talked of his
fuMire prospects without, reserve.
Mrs. Kelsey was secretly delighted, for matters were shaping themselves much as shc would wish. Hcr
brother evinced no particular de-
sin, to have his stepdaughter at
home, and shc determined to keep
hcr as long as there Avas thc slightest chance of winning J. 0. Dc
Vere.    He was now a regular visi
tor at hei' house, and. lest hc should
-suspect her design, she spoke often
hand wus on hi.s purse, but- ere he an(j ,.c.SjH.ct���������ully of Maude, whose
drew it-forth he reflected. that to J causo shc seemed lo have espoused,
offer money then might possibly be j ;m(j w]nM, ]1C Ca me to her with the
out of  place,  so  hc said,   "J. have j ju.Ws  of hcr  teaching,   she  sympa-
": ""   "''  "'"    no  ������'if(-'j | thized with hiin at once.
It would  bc   very  mortifying.'"''
l. fat v \"=^tr=-d i s tr-i e I.
...ter, did shc hear the hasty foot
slop which crossed the threshold of
tne'door; but when a hand was laid
upon her . shoulder, and a well-
known voice bade her awake, she
started up? and s.iav. before her
James Dc Vere. He had been to
.her boarding-place, hc said, and
not finding her there, had sought
her in the schoolhouse.
"I have two letters for you," hc
continued, "���������one from your brother,
and one from J.  C."
"From  J.     C. !'"''   shc    repeated.
UNNATURAL THINNESS
EASILY CORRECTED.
no  sister,   no  girl-cousin,
and   more  money  than   I   cau   use
=a-n *:l=-.\. i en^t-l i<._-I g-1 i-t���������l-i-m ft^e o n. e s=no
7_i_   saw.
'\:cr
thing can please me morc than to
give you your bridal outfit. May L
Mi.tide'. .And if you do not like toi
slay with Dr. Kennedy, come to
Hampton this summer and live with
us, will you ..audi'. I. want you
lhem so much." and in the musical 'q
tones of hi.s voice there was a dec]')
pathos which brought the tears in
torrent, from Maude*.-, eyes, while
she declined the generous offer she
could not   accept.
Just then Dr. Kennedy appeared, he was ready In go. he said, and
bidding Mr. De Vere gnod-bye.
Maude was soon on her way home,
lu r spirits lighter and her heart jC. did not approve her plan,.-she
happier fnr that chance meet ing at j was muni than repaid I'or his dis-
'ihe Hotel.   One week latin- Mr.  I >e! idea;.ire bv the words of encourage-
j schoolmistress,   though^ there    was
{some   comfort in  knowing  that his
Ifiiends were as yet  ignorant" of the
engagement.
"Let lhem remain so a while longer ���������'���������' was the, hasty answer of J.
I., who, as tinic passed on, became
more and more unwilling thai the
.ay world should know of hi.s en-
gacf.ment with one who was not an
h.ire.s  after till.
liy (.ever Prescription Which Can
Jle. Filled ul Any Drug
Store.
No Meed lo he Thin Mow as It .ports
Show This Mel hod VJ-
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April, 1910
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Province of Manitoba 4's
Province of New Brunswick 3's
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City of Toronto, Ontario
City of Montreal, />._������.
City of Winnipeg, Man.
City of Peterboro, Ont.
Township of Barton, Ont.
CityofSte.Hyacinthe,P.Q
City of Moose Jaw, Sask.
City of Moose Jaw, Sask.
City of Strathcona, Alta.
City of Edmonton, Aha.,
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City of Fernie, B.C.
City of Kamloops, B.C.
City of Medicine Hat, Alta. 5's
Town of Thoro Id, Ont.
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Railroad, Corporation and Industrial Bonds
Serially
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Canadian Northern Railway
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Hamilton Cataract, Power,
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Suburban Rapid Transit Co.     5's 1938
Dominion Iron & Steel Co.,
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Western Canada Flour Mills
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P. Burns and Co., Limited       6's 1924
Canadian Car _f Foundry
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Canada Cement Co., Limited   6's 1929
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TORONTO.  A_OnTREAL.LOr.DO/S.ErtG.
CHAI'TKR. .Mil.
Six happy weeks 'Alaude had been
teacher, and though sin; knew J.
ere wiiiie
XL:'!
ha. vi
her. saying that, if she j ment which James always had in
wihlx d to teach, she could | store for her. Many times had she
the  school   at- Hampton.    Hi
hoard, with  us.
ftuppo.se,   and
that we. live
iiouse iis. Lu
or    vou   lu
had seen the trustees,. had. agw.
upon tlie price, and had even selected her a boarding place, neai
by.
''! regret," said he. ''"
so far .-from   the  sclmo
rei-dcr   it  impossible
You might ride. I
would cheerfully
.airy you every day: but, on lhc
whole, J think you had 1.x .ter stop
wilh Mrs.   Johnson.''
This hitter Maude look at once
to hcr brother, from whom shc had
hitherto withheld her intention to
teach, as she did not wish to pain
him unnecessarily with lhc dread
.1: it. separation, wliich might never
he. Deeply hud he sympathized
wilh her in her misfortune, whispering to hcr thai two-lhirds of his
owi  inheritance should be hers.
"I ean coax almost anything j shone in her I. ruth ful eyes���������no million) father.'" lie said, "and when j sie so sweet as the sound uf her
I em    t-.venty-oiH'..   I'll ask him I" j gentle    voice- no   presence    wliich
been lo the'handsome home of thc
De. Veres, and the lady-mother,
whom she at first so much dreaded
to meet, had more than once stroked her silken curls, calling her
'���������'my ehild." as" tenderly as if she
did indeed bear that' relation to
her J tunes De Vere was one of
the trustees, and in that capacity
he visited tlie .school so often, that
ihe wise villagers shook their heads
significantly, saying, "if he were
any other man the.v should think
the rights of J. C. were in danger."
The young schoolmistress's engagement wilh the fashionable
Jedediah was generally known, and
the- wen1 lhe public blinded to ihe
tree  state  of   affairs.     Gradually,
.lames De Vere had learned how
dear lo him was the dark-eyed.girl
h" . called his "Cousin Maude."
There was no light like, that which
People who are vcry thin and
scrawny ought not to be so. Undoubtedly Ihey are more subject to
disca.c ami contagions than the
normally fleshy. Thinness is usually u-ccumpanied by weakness, and
weakness subjects any one to colds,
coughs, consumption, pneumonia,
et/;. . It. has...been- discovered, al-.
mesl by accident, thai tincture ca-
domene, when combined in a prescription with proper aecclerative
medicines,^becomes one of the most
valuable, effective and reliable nutritive or llesh making medicines
known to science. It is especially
beneficial to men and women between the ages of'si. teen and fifty-
five, wlio from lack of proper nerve
force and digestion, remain undeveloped in body, limbs, arms and
bust. A well rounded symmetrical
figure in man or woman indicate
health, magnetism, stamina and
happiness.
���������The reader who wishes to add
from ton'to forty, pounds should not
fail to begin witli this valuable.prescription :
First, obtain of any well stocked
druggist,.-three ounces of essence of
pepsin and three ounces of syrup of
rhubarb  in  an S oz.  bottle.    Then
udd  one ounce    compound-essence
cardiol.    Shake and  let stand .two
hours.   Then add one ounce tincture
eadome ne   compound    (not   cardamom).     Shake'   well  and  fake  one
teaspoonful be fere each  meal,  one
after each 'meal.    Drink plenty of
water between meals and when retiring.    Keep up this treatment regularly and of. a certainty from one
to three  pounds  will be added to
the weight eaeb week, and the general health vfUI also ipporye.
''Has  he  gone  back .    Why  didn't
he call  on me f''
"He's a villain," thought James
De Vere, but he answered simply,
"h-: had not time, and so wrote you
instead,'"'' and sitting down beside
her, he regarded her with a. look
in which pity, admiration, and love
were till blended. ���������''Your head
aches,  don't it, Maude?"
Maude's heart '.vas  already full,
and at this little act of sympathy,
she burst into tears,  while James,
.di:a_w������ngJiei-to.his.side, .and.resting
her head upon his  bosom,  soothed
her a.s he -would have done had -she
been   bis  only  sister.    He   fancied!
that  lie knew the cause of her grief
and his heart swelled with indignation  toward  J.   C,   who  had   that
day  shown  himself  unworthy of  a
gi-l  like Maude.    He had come  to j
Hamilton without any definite ideal
as to. whether he. should sce.heror
not ere his return, but when, as the
omnibus drew near the schoolhouse.
find    Mamie    was    plainly    visible
ih rough   the  open   window,   one of
the  ladies made some slighting re-j
mark    concerning    school-1 each ers!
generally,   he    determined    not  to!
hazard   an   interview,   and   <|iiiefodj
his conscience by thinking he would;
come  out in a  few days find  make!
the mailer  right.       How then  was!
he chagrined when in the presence
of his companions, his cousin said :
''Shall  I send for Miss .Remington '
She can dismiss hcr school earlier
than  usual,  and conic up to tea."
"Dismiss her school V' cried one
of the. young ladies, while the other,
the proud Miss Thayer, whose
grandfather was a pedlcr find
whose great-uncle had been hung,
exclaimed, "Miss .Remington ! fray
who is she? That'schoolmistress we
saw in passing. Really Mr. De.
Vere, you have been careful not to
tell us of this new ;ici]iiaiiitaiice.
Where (lid you  pick her up.'"
The disconcerted J. V. was about
stammering out some reply, when
James answered for him, "Miss
Remington i.s our teacher, .and a
splendid girl. J. ('. became ac-
(���������uainlcd with her last summer at
Laurel Hill. She is a stepsister of
Miss Kennedy, whom you probably
know."
''Nellie 'Kennedy's stepsister!    I
never knew there was such a being."  said Miss Thayer.
J. C. made a faint effort to rally, but they joked him so hard that
he remained silent.
At last when Miss Thayer asked,
"ii! the bridal day were fixed," he
roused himself, and thinking if he
told the truth lie should-effectually
deceive them, he answered, "Yes,
next Christmas is the time appointed. We were to have been married
in June, but the lady loet her fortune, and the marriage was defer
red.
"Oh, teaching to pureha.se her
bridal trousseau. I'm dying to see
if,' laughingly replied Miss Thayer.
"Lost her fortune. Was she then
;t:.������ heiress?"
"Yes, a milkman's heiress," said
,\. C, with a slightly scornful emphasis on the name which he himself had given to Maude. ]n the
course of the afternoon the'eousins"
were alone I'or a few moments,
when the elder demanded of the
other: "Do you pretend to love
Alaude Remington, and still make
light both of her and your engagement with her.".
"I pretend to nothing which, is
not real," was J. C.'"s haughty answer; "but 1 do dislike having my
matters canvassed by every silly
tongue, and have consequently
kept, my relation to Miss Remington a secret. I cannot' see her today, but with your permission I
wil pen a few lilies by way of explanation,"' and he stepped into his
cousin's.library,"where he wrote the
ncfe James gave to Maude.
(To be continued.)
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This new blood drives out  disease, clears the skin and makes  .weak, easily tired men and women  ' and childreji bright, active and  strong.    Miss A. M. Dugay, Lower  ��������������������������� Cove, N. S., says: ''I believe I owe  my lifo to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  '__y blood seemed to have turned to  water. T was pale as a sheet; 1  suffered from headaches, and /'eating specs seemed to be constantly  beforo my eyes. As the trouble  progressed my limbs began to swell,  and it was feared that dropsy had  set in and that ray case was hopeless. Up to this time two doctors  had attended me, but notwithstanding I kept growing worse. It waa  at this juncture I began using Dr.  ���������������������������Williams' Pink Pills, and after taking a few boxes I was much improved. I kept on using the Pills  until I h_d taken eight boxes, when  my heal lli was completely restored.'_'  ;    Sold   by  all medicine dealers^or  ��������������������������� by mail ufc 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.SO from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  , A DIKKOTMKY OF BltHtiDEKS.  _ Book of ft rent 1������������������ I crest to Stock  Fanners.  Thc Branch of the Live Stock  (Commissioner at Ottawa has issued  ja revised edition _ f the Directory  'of* breeders of pure bred live stock  in Canada. According to the preface page tho work is a compilation  of information received through  correspondence from breeders in all  * the provinces in regard to the size  of their breeding herds, and tho  (Iumber of male*, and females of  _;__ several breeds they have for  Bale. The Directory is prepared to  p,j_ist persons in locating herds,  si.ids and Hocks in their respective  neighborhoods, or in distant provinces from which pure bred animals  i_,ay be procured. It is stated in  the Directory that copies will be  jbciiJ to ranchmen, stock breeders,  /tec'votaries of farmers' institutes,  agricultural sneitios, live stock as-  ; sicoations,   and .o tli e_rs_ __hp_may_  apply  for the  m.  __���������������������������_  CQUGHiNG  BURST  BLOOD  VESSEL.  Says Danger   Avoided   and Cures  Coughs in 5 Hours.  A writer, for thc __ medical press  Itatea that coughing is responsible  for the bursting of blood vessels  ,quite frequently. A cough or cold  !means inflammation (fever) and  congestion, and these in turn indicate that the body is full of poisons  end waste matter. Simple relief,  as found in patent cough medicines,  and whiskey, often result in morc  harm than good; as they cause  more congestion. A tonic-laxative  cough syrup will work marvels and  here follows a prescription which is  becoming famous for its prompt relief and thorough cures. It rids thc  sy.stem of the cause, except it bc  consumption. Don't wait for consumption to grasp its victim, but  begin this treatment, which cures  some in five hours. Mix :n a bottle one-half ounce fluid wild cherry bark, one ounce compound essence cardiol and three ounces  syrup white j_ne compound. Take  twenty drops evcry half hour for  four hours. Then one-half to ono  teaspoonful three or four times a  day. Give children less according  to age.  ITS KIND.  "If the discussion about whipping  in the schools "is   revived, it will  create quite a. breeze."  ���������������������������    "X.s; a spanking breeze."  1 HOME. 1  DISHES FOR THE SICK.  Toast for Garnishing. ���������������������������- For  poached eggs, cut thc brcad into  rounds with a large cake cutter before toasting. For small birds or  asparagus, remove the crusts^ and  cut into oblong pieces. For minces  and fricassees, cut into small  squares or diamonds. For a border, cut, after toasting, into inch  and a half squares, and then into  halves diagonally, making triangles ; or cut into long pointed triangles.  Crisped Crackers.���������������������������Split butter  crackers and spread with butter;  put them, the buttered side up, in  a- pan, and brown in a hot oven.  They are delicious with white and  vegetable soups, and in fish chowder and oyster stews. They can be  prepared in a short time, when.it  is not convenient to fry croutons or  to toast over an open fire.  Toast.���������������������������Cut stale bread in thin  slices. Place them in a fine wire  broiler, and move the broiler over  a clear fire, turning often, until  the bread is a uniform golden  brown color. If to be used dry  serve afc once. If for water toast';  dip each slice quickly into hot salted water, spread with butter, and  serve hot.  Milk' Toast.���������������������������Put a pint of milk  into a spider, and a large tablespoonful of butter, and let thc milk  boil about five minutes. Have the  brcad toasted till dry, but not  binned. Put thc slices in the milk  ar.d boil till quite soft. Remove to  a dish and pour thc milk over them.  Cream Toast.���������������������������One pint of milk  or cream, two even tablespoonfuls  flour, two tablespoonfuls butter,  ono-half teaspoon salt, and six slices dry toast. Heat the milk, melt  the butter in a granite sauce pan,  add the flour, mix well and stir in  one-third of the milk. Stir till it  thickens and is smooth, then add  the remainder gradually. Add the  salt. Dip the dry toast in hot salted watcr; put it in a deep dish and  pour tho thickened cream over each  slice. '  Broiled Fillets of Chicken.���������������������������Remove the bone from the breast and  thighs. Rub the meat with butter or olive oil; season'and cover  \vith_i ne-'crackcr dust. Broil about  ten minutes.  Oatmeal.���������������������������Put a teaspoonful- of  s .1', and'a scant quart of boiling  water in the top of a double boiler  an J place it on the stove. When  the water boils, add gradually one  cupful of coarse oatmeal. Cook  ten minutes, then place it in thc  bottom of the double boiler and let  it cook onc hour. Put a tablespoonful of salt in thc water in the lower  boiler. When done remove the  cover, stir with a fork to let the.  steam escape. Serve it on a platter  and  garnish with baked apples.  Browned Rice.���������������������������Cook one cupful  of rice with three cupfuls of milk  in a double boiler until soft. Season it with one teaspoonful of salt  and one tablespoonful of butter.  Pack_itclosely_iii_a_s_ma.ll breadpan.  "When cold cutTiiTirTlialf"incir. 1 ices"  and brown them delicately in hot  butter. Or spread thc slices slightly, with butter, put them in a" fine,  wel J buttered gridiron, and color  a light brown over a- clear fire.  Fried Chicken.���������������������������Singe; cut at thc  joints; remove thc breast bones.  Wipe each piece with a clean wet  cloth; dredge with salt, pepper,  and flour, and "saute them in "hot  salt pork fat till brown and tender,  but not burned. Arrange on a dish  with boiled cauliflower or potato  balls, and pour a white sauce over  lhem. Or dip in egg and crumbs  and fry in deep hot fat and serve  with tomato sauce.  Chicken Broth.���������������������������Clean the chicken .and separate it at thc joints.  Il .move all thc skin and fat. Cover  tiie chicken with cold water. Add  one tablespoonful of salt, one salt-  spoonful of pepper, one small onion sliced. Simmer until thc chicken is lender. Remove the best part  of the meat, and put thc bones and  gristle back lo simmer until the  bones arc clean. Wash and soak  two tablespoonfuls of rice half an  hour. Strain thc broth. Remove  thc fat. Put the broth on to boil  again, and add to il the rice, and  the nicest portions of meat, cut into small pieces. Simmer until the  rice i.s tender. Add seasoning to  taste and serve at onco. A few  spoonfuls of cream may bo added  if' desired.  TORTURED FOR SEVEN YEARS  "FRUIT-HIVES" HEfi SALVATION  MADAM JOSEPH LIRETTE  No. in George St., ������������������Sorel,Que.  "For seven years I suffered from  womb disease and dreadful torturing  pains, and Iliad constant Dyspepsia and  Chronic Constipation���������������������������the latter so bad  that sometimes I went ten:days without  action ofthe bowels. ��������������������������� Six different doctors treated me and 'for a year I was in  bed, constantly facing death. Then  my husband coaxed nie to try "Fruit-  a-tives " and this medicine, and nothing  else, cured nie and saved my life."  (Signed) Mme. JOSKPII I. 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To Wash Rug.���������������������������One washing will  make a rug look better than repeated sweepings and shakings.  Tae rugs1 purchased abroad are  washed repeatedly before they are  brought lo this country, making the  colors rich and mellow.- Tack the  rug on a bit of bare floor, the back  piazza being as good a place as  any. Scrub thoroughly with warm  ammonia suds "and rinse with many  clear .waters, until all the soap is  removed. Let the rug dry on the  flc _r without removing the tacks.  Then take it up and it will not  shrink, roll nor pull out of shape.  A preparation for washing rugs and  ca.pets is made of four ounces of  any good white soap dissolved in  four ounces of boiling water. When  cool add five ounces of ammonia,  tve and one-half ounces of alcohol, two and one-half ounces of  glycerin, and two ounces of ether  or chloroform. Bottle and cork  fc.gh.lly. To clean a rug add a teaspoonful of the preparation to a  pail of tepid water.   The same prc-  ������������������18!  !������������������_____  __������������������***  ������������������  -N"4  Sw������������������  Consider the higher real estate  value of wel! painted building3,  compared wilh unpaintcd ones.  Don't postpone painting ���������������������������  every day does its damage and  piles up costs for repairs.  Martin-Senour  li Paint  yiOO% Puro\  is tho cheapest. Absolutely puro  and unadulterated, it wears best,  looks bettor and' Koes further, gallon for gallon, than any other paint  at any prico. -.������������������_������������������>_?. ,. . _������������������    _  If undecided which paintto uso, write  us today for tho name of our doaler  nearest you���������������������������ask him about tho written  guarantee that backs every claim wo  mako for our paint���������������������������a guarantee that  actually protects you.     ������������������������������������������������������ ._.  Don't c.perimsnt when certainty  cost, but a few cents more. Thero'n a  Maitin-S:nour Paint for every purpose���������������������������  for houso, barn, windmill, pumps, WRg-  o_. carriage, cultivator and plow���������������������������paint  for wood and paint for iron���������������������������the best  that skill and money can produce.  If your dealer cannot supply you,  notify us and we will (.lsdly direct you  to where our pain ta arc to bc had. ^  Decline AU Substitutes  gip?r-������������������!fr.      Write for illustrated  _',//____������������������      booklet,  "Homo  _.   . Beautiful,"  nnd  ' -*      interesting color  card.   Free for  tho asking.  Tbe Martiu-SenourCo.:  -INITIO  Montreal  Pioneers Pure Paint  paration is also good for cleaning  men's clothes. Two tablespoonful -3 to a pint of water will remove  most obstinate stains.  FISH.  Fish Pic.���������������������������Pick into small pieces  ai.-y left over cold fish ancl put in  baking dish. Pour over it white  sauce of flour, butter and watcr or  part milk. Cover with seasoned  mashed potatoes an inch and a half  deep, sprinkle top wilh buttered  bread crumbs, and bake. Left over  cold meats are nice for this pie.  Stewed Sole with Tomato Sauce.  ���������������������������Put one quart of canned tomatoes  in a saucepan with a teaspoonful  each of finely chopped, parsley, salt,  and olive oil, one finely cut clove  of garlis, a pinch of sugar, pepper  and a dash of cayenne, and one cup  of cold water. S'mmer for one-  half hour; then lay in the. fish, adding a little water if there bc not  sufficient liquor to ,cook. Beat up  the yolk .of an egg wilh the juice  of a lemon, and five minutes before serving thc fish pour it in and  shake sauce pan to prevent curdling. A flounder may be substituted for sole.  _        A-  GENERALLY A MJSFIT..  Greatness which is thrust upon  people , seldom sets well.  THE MOTHEB'S AID  AND CHILDREN'S FRIES.  Baby's Own Tablets see not intended for babies only. This modi-  cine is intended for children of al.  ages. It is gently laxative and  comforting. Cures indigesticm and  other stomach troubles, cohstipa-*  tion and simple fevers. Guaranteed  free from poisonous opiates. Mrs.  Paul Carrier, Petite Mechins, Que.,  says: "I find Baby's Own Tablets  the best medicine*I have ever used  for children. I have used them for  most of the troubles that afflict  liltie ones, (and have-not known  them to fail). Mothers should always keep them on hand." Sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at  25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  .    ,._ *   "Tommy, do you want some nico  plum jam." Tommy���������������������������"Yes, mother." "1 was going to give you  some to put on yoiir bread, but I've  lost the key of the pantry." "You  don't need the key, mother. I can  reach down through the windevr-  and open the door from the.inside."-  "That's what 1 wanted to know.  Now just wait till father cornel  home." ��������������������������� . '_ . '  PAGE WHITE FENCES  THE PAGE WIRE FENCE CO.. LIMITED*  t__1 ���������������������������__,,,_ . ..'     -l!irCest feace ,,,d cnte Manufacturers ������������������n Canada am  ������������������VALKERVttiE     TORONTO      MONTREAL      ST. JOHN      WINNIPEG     V_CT0_5  A flavoring used the came as lemon or vanilla.  BLy** __'.������������������. BMMlated" sugar in watar ul  adding Mapltme, a delicious syrup is made ana  s syrop better than maple. Mapleine is sold b_  grocers. If not aend 50c for 2 os. bottle and  recipe book. Craieent Mfg. Co.. S������������������������������������ttU. W_  BOOST   YOUR   TOWN    BY   ORGANIZING   A  BRASS BAND  Information on this subject with printed instructions for amateur bands and a printed form of Constitution and By-Laws for  bands, together with our big* catalogue, will be mailed FREB on  request.  Address Dept." D."   ' ' ..  WINNIPEG  I   THE  R  MANITOBA  ^WILLIAMS f,sS_s.?,  ;d  TORONTO,  ONTARIO  AW  FURS  Referances:���������������������������Dominion-Bank or  any Commercial Agency.  Writa   for   our   Revised   Prlco  List  quoting special prices for  Skunk, Fisher, Lynx, Muskrat, Red Fox,  and highest market prices for all other  kinds of raw fura. A proper assortment  nnd full value assured wheu you ship to  us. Our policy���������������������������"Satisfaction guaranteed  or shipment returned at our expense."  Trial  Shipments Solicited.  C. PIERCE & CO., Limited  609 ST. PAUL ST.,  MONTREAL  PAINT  TESTIMONY  \\/._I_N  you paint   this   spriny lot  "* this testimony help you.    All  _P ______s_brpa_i_i'J__ 1 __������������������<__!_.<___ nds_  of customers holding* up high wiih gratitude the old reliable brand of  ASSAY'S  PA8NTS  guaranteed to preserve, to protect, to  beautify, never to peel, cr ackor chalk**  always living for the lifetime of pure,  paints, mid.always sold -l.tlie light  price. Ask about lhem, and write for  Booklet "W'" (rce, ;\ handsome booklet on houso p;liming. You -.hould  have it.  A. RAMSAY & SON CO.,  l-MahlMiod isi.\  The Paint Motors, Montreal.  FAIRBANKS - MORSE  1  Gasoline Engines  sizes _, 3. .. a h.p.  SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR GENERAL  FARM  WORK.  They are so simple tliat the average farm  hand can run them, ancl are practically Fool  Proof and Frost Proof. Send to-day for  catalogue G.E.-102, W.P. CO,, showing full  line of engines for farm use. It means  money saved for you.  TERMS-Special Terms to Farmers,  The   W.. D1AN   FAIRBANKS  COMPANy,   Limited,   MONTREAL  Branches:���������������������������Toronto,   St. John,  N.B., Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver  KAMI'.   ADDKKS'V  . THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 16, 1910  PRICES  $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 - "  Drifted Snow Pastry, $1.55  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.55  Graham Flour,     - . $1.45   '*  Rolled Oats. $.85 per 20-1 b 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,  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs.  "  Middlings,  _ 1.20 100 lbs.  "  Oats, $1.20 Der 100 lbs.     "  Oat Chop, $i. 30 100 lbs.   "  Wheat, $2.15 per 125-1 bs "  Barley, $1.20 per 100 lbs. ���������������������������"  Barley Chop, $1.30100 lbs."  Whole Corn, $2.00 100 lbs. "  Cracked Corn, $2.10 lOOlbs."  Northern Spring Seed Wheat $41  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00  Timothy Hay, "   $21.50  Upland Play, "   $16.50  Also a full line of Rolled Oats   and i  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-  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  every  Thursday .at  Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising: Rates; Transient, 50g an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1 an inoh per month.  Le^il Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 6c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  ~j���������������������������E~16^~_910  CHAT ABOUT ENDERBY  At last the awakening ! Enderby  District is coming .into her own. If  one-half the "prospects" now in view  '.'make goocl," Enderby and district  i will experience great development in  the next year or two. And tlie man  or the wherewith  one of the greatest steps forward Enderby has taken.  These are conditions which Enderby  must meet and prepare for, and the  sooner we realize it and go to work  on the problems arising, the better  it will be, and the less it will cost.  CANADA'S WONDERFUL FUTURE  $40  $42  SPLENDID LINE OF  Schwabe Prints,  Ladies' Vests  and Hose  $34.   ,    .  mp^iwho has property,  ^     ' to put into property,  will find it to j  his advantage to hold onto it and get j  hold of all that hc can handle.   The !  years  of ' marking   time   have past, j  We are now'1 to   experience   years of j  steady    advance.    This   applies   not j  alone to    Enderby,    but   throughout !  thc district    adjacent   hereto:  Mara, i  j and .the district   between; and Mabel i  Lake and   Trinity   Valleys.     It   will  be but a little while until every foot  of arable land in these localities will  have been taken   up, and the forests  will give way    to   orchards and field  crops.     While there  arc hundreds  of  acres even in the old-settled sections  which   are   yet    as    wild    as Nature  made them,    and   thousands of acres  farther back   upon    which no settler  has yet    located,    yet   the Valley is  small,   if   we   speak    comparatively,  and its   extraordinary   climatic con-  j ditions  and    its    great fertility and  | wide    adaptability,    are   advantages  ! which  are  certain to bring hundreds  Gent's Shirts,  Fancy SOX,   Neck|of   home-makers   where   in   the past  they have come   by twos and threes.  To cope with   these   conditions, to  Wear, Hats, Etc.  Writing in Moody's Magazine, a  New York financial paper, Frederick  Lownhaupt remarks that Canada is  synonymous with bigness. It is  vastly larger than the United States,  including Alaska, he points out. It  would make thirty Great Britains; it  is equal to one-third thc entire British Empire and almost the size of all  Europe. Out of an area of nearly  4,000,000 square miles, ��������������������������� close to 1,-  000,000 are yet unexplored. It is often said of thc United States that  with 85,000,008 population they are  still young. What shall be said of a  country greater in extent with fewer  than 8,000,000 inhabitants? Someone has said that "Canada begins  with the twentieth century in the position the United States were in at  the beginning of thc nineteenth." By  which it is meant, of course, in respect to its marvellous resources,  which have as yet hardly been  touched. Canada's advantage, however, lies in the fact that it stands  on the threshold of a future with all  the experience of the United States  to guide it.  IN THE OKANAGAN  prepare    for   them���������������������������and    they are as  Finest lines of Teas, Coffees and certain to,come as the sun is to go  Cocoa idown to-night���������������������������Enderby   must, waken  'up.   It is all    right   to say that we  Wheeler. & Evans  have   been    awake   and   are   awake.  But this is true only in so far as we  r_fi_    M*>at   Market havf secn  ������������������ur possibilities- And if  V^Iljr      _���������������������������_._> ul     ITiailVClwe have narrowed our scope of vision  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor       ! to a few feet of sidewalk and the lev-   . : clling of a few    streets, then we are  r ,  _ ' awake only to these little things and  The best Fresh,   Salt and Cured; are aslccp to thc much bigger tMngs  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish !which are necessary if we arc totake  ���������������������������weekly; eggs and vegetables, jthc position which is rightiy.ours as  | the centre of attraction���������������������������the. huh���������������������������of j  f.Vr.OT'Q  "hv   TVr__ll        'tlie  Nortllern    Okanagan.    While  we j  .'    v/i Ucl b   Uy   IVXCtll        i mUSt recognize   the   good work that  receive    our    prompt   attention. ! Enderby has done, as a corporation,  still, it is the worst thing we can do  to sit down and admire ourselves in  the glass   of   our   self-consciousness.  , We have so   much   greater things to  Rubber-tired Single and Doublej lay plans  for  and  workout,   that  rigs;    stylish   drivers;    new har-j what   little   we    have     accomplished  ness; everything   up-to-date and -barely makes a shadow by contrast.  way   of   suggestion, we will  matter    of   sewers,    of  Private  Livery  Fair is our Valley and sweet are its  flowers,  But their subtle suggestion is fairer;  Reminding of heaven which right here  can be ours���������������������������  But the secret that clasps it is rare  Rare is the   rose,   but   that   upes at  the dawn,  Showing   its   petals    in   garden and  lawn���������������������������  But the strain   of their sweetness is  sweeter when sung,  To the   chime   of   all Nature, still  fairer. S. POL SON.  It is expected that Sir Ernest  Shackleton, the famous antarctic  explorer, will accompany Earl Grey  on his expedition through Hudson  Bay ancl Straits. Sir Ernest is in  Montreal, and is now in communication with Earl Grey. The Governor-  weneral will leave for the north about  the middle of August.  well-kept.    When you wish a rig! Just.by  ��������������������������� r.      . .  ��������������������������� i   t     -.mention   the  for a Sunday drive,   speak for it \       x groun(l������������������.    of street.tree plant.  early, as-my finest   turn-OUtS are! ing)    increasing    the   water-main ca-  usually spoken for in advance.  ~XrioF MafiHews  Cliff Street Enderby  ^derby"  Hotel  The Home of nfee' Old-Timer  and the abode of the New-  increasing  j pacity,   and   the    beautifying   of the  Iri vet���������������������������frontage .Thcsc-improvements.  j may not be" required today, but if we  j are to grow, they will have to come.  | Tlie matter of sewers is becoming  generally recognized, and the public  health of the town is demanding that  tlie question be considered. Land  suitable for sewage-ground is daily  advancing in valuer The same may  be said of a site for a cemetery.   In  a year or two land that today can bc  bought for .$25 to $50 an acre will he  Comer. All will find a warm jHOl(1 for *i0������������������t0 *150 an acrc- If we  welcome at the pioneerhouseIcanuot lay.,t.hc fewer "p.^there  rrvvwn������������������v<*������������������ i ,s no j)osslj)ic chance of ���������������������������perfecting a  and you 11 be made to reel atisystein ,lt tl]C proscnt t_mc-or._a.-iy  home, no matter when you j future,, would it not be wise to look  into thc matter of grounds to be used  for the purpose. We must face the  problem;  delay    is only shirking the  hang up your hat.  G. E. MANNING, Proprietor  Enderby  John S.  Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, _n4uri_>  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.  President Taft is likely to appoint  Roosevelt chief of the peace commis-  to visit foreign capitals and in-  sion  duce the limitation of armaments.  Planet Junior cultivators,   .5.75 to  $17.00, at Fulton's Hardware.  responsibility. The matter of beautifying the city streets is also demanding attention. To permit the streets  to be overgrown with noxious weeds  as they have been in the past is suicidal. We cannot expect our home  makers to accomplish a great deal in  the way of garden-making if the  harvest of weeds from the streets is  to be permitted to infest the town.  And if wc do not show our faith in  the town by our works, and make it  beautiful and attractive, we cannot  hope to induce others to locate here  and do what we have not done. It  remains to be seen if the ;City will  carry out the decision of the Council  at a recent meeting and remove the  bandstand to the river front. This  is the initial   step   in what would be  | _*������������������������������������>������������������> <$xS* _x$x$x������������������> _x?x$>_xj> _x$><$>^_^><gxg> <  | E. J. Mack  ; Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-f  _d iou s__S_tabl i ngjo r_,team s.___  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers [and Tourists in- 41  vi ted to give ub.a trial. <  We can   still slipw  theXJood^  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  on  cut at the present time  Our  Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Farm  Implements  I have two carloads of Buggies,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows and  Harrows, Discs, Feeders, Etc.,  JUST RECEIVED. Can give  terms on any of "these, and want  you to call and inspect them.  Wm. H. Hutchison  BNDERBY  <s>������������������<$>0$-<.)<^^ _*s>$_>$������������������<e<������������������i<$_^^  Just Received!  _>  A Shipment of Choice NABOB DESSERT JELLIES  which we are selling at  3 for 25c  Also a choice assortment of  Robertson's  Famous Paisley Jams fresh this week f  .������������������-������������������_-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������-���������������������������-������������������-������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������_-������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-#-���������������������������-���������������������������..���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������.  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 storer And our prices are as low  as can be found anywhere.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  |> Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  _^5_HS>_^sS$������������������$������������������^*������������������$������������������$������������������$������������������_> .������������������������������������^������������������^������������������������������������������������������^)������������������^*������������������^^_*���������������������������^������������������*_^*������������������*  .  '*i  Bank of Montreal  Established 1W7 ''-���������������������������'  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits, $699,969.88  honorary Preoidant. Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCO.  A, MOUNT ROYAL. G. C. M. G.   "^^PfteidwtrHoffrSIR'GEORGE'DRUMMOWDrl^CrMfO:   Vice-President and General Manager,  SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ^^J^tiZ&J^  Branches in Okantfsn Diatriet: Enderby, Aemstrong, Vernon, K .o . na and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON. B_q��������������������������� Manager. Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. Etodeifcy  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  Marcellus Junior  (14758)  Imported Direct from Scotland last Fall, and won Cup and  Grand Championship at Seattle & Victoria Exhibitions  DAM  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.  Q T J? Jp  Marcellus [4683] (11110)  Lord Stewart 5976] (10084)  Macgregor [44 6] (1487)  . Farmer [3056] 286  Garibaldi (318)  Melanie [16612] (14685)  Nina [16613] (8673)  Nance [4700] (573)  Lily  Will travel and stand for service as  follows:    Monday morning, leave Stepney  rby,.noon; over night and till Tuesday noon at Hazelmere ranch  (Mr. Waddell's.; Enderby, Tuesday eve.;  Wednesday morn., leave Stepnev  A - ��������������������������� _      _��������������������������� T_   ___   TJ.'II       /"Ds.t..._'n       _o___\ ,...__      _.���������������������������_!__ _���������������������������,._  Ranch; Armstrong, noon; Knop Hill, (Petne s  Ranch),   over night and till  noon Thursday; Armstrong,  Thursday night and Friday morning, returning  home Friday evening via L. W. Hartwell's ranch.  Terms: To insure, $25.00; reduction made on three mares and voer. hb  *  Thursday, June 16, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  B. tl)f (Quift  Sfim...  I thank Thee that I love the things of cur tli: ?  Ripe fruits and laughter, lying down to sleep, ?  The shine of lighted towns, the graver worth ?  Of beating human hearts that luug-h & weep. *  ���������������������������Juliet Wilbur Tompkins.       ?  I remember when a boy  How I used to just enjoy  Riding with old Deacon Hill  When he used to drive to mill.  Skittish nag the deacon druv,  For he had a kind of love  For a good free-actin' colt;  And he'd keep an easy holt-  On the reins, and when she'd shy  He'd just drawl, so kind of dry,  "There, there,   colt !   Now, now,  tearin' !  No use cuttin' up an' rarin'.  Just keep right down in the road.  No use frettiu' at the load,  Steady pull's not half so wearin'.  There," there,   colt !     Now, now,  tearin'!  no  COME BACK   TO-MORROW  no  Years ago that boyhood day ;  Colt and deacon's passed away.  I ain't young's I used to be,  By a good deal; no, sirree !  Coltish then I must allow, , '  Well broke into harness now,  'Cept when things go wrong, then I  Want to rip and tear and shy.  Then inside me, kind if still,  Seem to hear old Deacon Hill :  "There, there, boy !    Now,  now, no  tearin'!'  No use cuttin' up and rarin'.  Just keep cool an' peg away, -  Do the best you can each day;  Just keep patient arid forbearin'.  There, there,   boy !     Now, now, no  tearin'!  ���������������������������R.Seayer, in Youth's Companion.  A boy went to school. He was very  little. All- that he knew he had  drawn in with his mother's milk. His  teacher (who was God) placed him in  the lowest class and gave him these  lessons to . learn: Thou shalt not  kill. Thou shalt do no hurt to any  living thing. Thou shalt not steal.  So the man did not kill; but he was  cruel, and he stole. At the end of  the day (when bis beard was gray-  when the night was come) his teacher (who was God) said: Thou hast  learned not to kill. But the other  lessons thou has not learned. Come  back t'o:morrow.  '  On the morrow he came back, a  little boy. And his teacher (who was  God) put him in a class a little higher, and gave him these lessons to  learn: Thou shalt do no'hurt to any  living thing. Thou shalt not steal.  Thou shalt not cheat. So the man  did no hurt to any living thing; but  he stole and he cheated. And at the  end of the day (when his beard was  gray���������������������������when the night was come) his  teacher (who was God)' said: Thou  hast learned to be merciful. But the  other lessons thou has not learned.  Come back to-morrowf  Again, on < the morrow, he came  back, a little- boy. And his teacher  (who was God) put him in a class  yet a little higher, and gave him  these lessons   to   learn:   Thou shalt  not steal. Thou shalt not cheat.  Thou shalt not covet. So the  man did not steal but he cheated  and he coveted. And at the end of  the day (when his beard was gray���������������������������  when the night was come) his teacher  (who was God) said: Thou hast  learned not to steal. But the other  lessons thou hast not learned. Come  back, my child, to-morrow.  This is what I have read/ in the  faces of men and women, in the book  of the world, and in the scroll-of the  heavens, which is writ with stars.���������������������������  Berry Benson, in Century Magazine,  May, 1894.    OUR   PIONEERS  Long may   they   live,    this' side the  Vale of Weeping;  Angels   them   watch   and   keep from  hour to hour.  Tho' age by years upon them slow  is creeping,  Love,    faith   and     friendship,    are  their sure and certain dower.  S. POLSON.  Water Notice  Our aged   pioneers   are looking hale  and hearty;  Fortunes do come   and go, but these  have come to stay.  They   cannot   stay   too   long,    we  wish them luck most hearty,  They are blessings to our land���������������������������  They work as well as pray.  Pioneers they were, and pioneers they  are;    .  Always the   same   no   matter   where  where they be.  Loved much and loving,���������������������������  Like the northern star���������������������������  Pointing the way of love and hope  along life's sea.  To Hair Dressers  A Splendid Hair Tonic That  Makes Beautiful Hair  Every hair dresser should know  about Parisian Sage, the quick-acting  hair dressing, that does just what  this paper tells you it will do.  Parisian Sage is a most delightful  and different hair dressing, a fact  that will be recognized the moment  it is applied to the scalp. There is  not a particle of stickiness in it; it is  not greasy; it has a delicate and refined odor, ancl is a truly invigorating tonic that will make hair grow,  if the hair root still shows the least  sign of life.  Try a bottle of Parisian Sage. It  will brighten up the hair in two days  Parisian Sage is guaranteed by A.  Reeves to cure dandruff, stop falling  hair and scalp itch in two weeks, or  money back. It is particularly in  demand by women of refinement, who  desire soft, luxuriant hair, that compels admiration. Price, 50c a-large  bottle by A. Reeves, or direct, all  charges prepaid, from" the ' Canadian,  makers, the Giroux Mfg.-Co., Fort  Erie, Ont. '  Finest in the Country  "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'������������������ Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, k.P_J?URPHY  Enderby  ^^rO  IP'  JL_\>^'  w>  ^v  _ M_j_r_i  r/  ���������������������������?_____  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  'section No. thirty-six (36), township  {eighteen (18), range nine (9), west of  the 6th meridian,   and also southern  .portion of the west half of legal subdivision   No.    twelve     (12),    section  thirty-one (31) township eighteen (18)  range eight (8) west of the Gth meridian.   The point of diversion is about  one mile up the creek from Alexander  Miller's   south   line.    Description  of  the premises   on   which the water is  to   be   used:   the   above   mentioned  lands   and   premises,   comprising   53  acres,   and   on    which   is   situate   a-  dwelling house   and   other buildings.  The water is   to   be   used for irrigation purposes. ���������������������������  "/���������������������������    .-''.'"  This notice was posted on the 7th-  day of June, 1910, and . application  will be made to the Commissioner on  the 8th day of July, 1910. ' . '. ;  No riparian proprietors or licensees  are likely to be effected-by .the pro- .  posed works either above or below  the outlet.  ALEXANDER MILLER.  Enderby, B.C., June 7th, .1910.  Coal Land Notice  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty  days, from the date' hereof, I intend  to apply  to  the Commissioner  _ -   - ,  of Lands for a licence' to prospect  for coal and . oil "over the following  described lands: Situated in the  Osoyoos division of Yale' district: ���������������������������'  Commencing   at    a    post   planted  on the* north side  of  Short's Creek,  about seven   miles   up ; stream from  Okanagan Lake, two thirds of-a mile ;  w;est _from. Kerrigan's  "cabin; yforty y  feet north of   trail,    marked.Charles'*  E. Smyth,   S. E.'Cf,   thence -eighty'";  chains . west,    thence   eighty   chains  north,; thence   eighty    .chains :east, -  thence.-eighty -. chains south to point"  of commencement. ������������������������������������������������������ '���������������������������  Located, April 28th, 1910. *.  Locator���������������������������     CHARLES E. SMYTH;  Doctor, Medicine' Hat  By J. H. Christie, agent.  **>__  lh  For Heavy Work all men should wear the  AMES-HOLDEN  AMES  HOLDEN  iS/lOE*?  ARE MADE  FOR MEN  ,1k  . -_&L>r, VY. ,rv  ir)every^of ,ife  It's the shoe for the man who has work to do���������������������������prospectors, hunters,  surveyors, etc. It is built of solid leather, choice upper stock, pure  leather heel stiffener, solid leather heels and soles���������������������������both insoles and out-  soles, every stitch perfect���������������������������a worker's boot throughout.  Good leather is essential in a boot of this kind, and in this you can  rely on the Ames-Holden shoe every time. Yet we never hold that  leather alone makes the shoe���������������������������there are slipshod, " no-good " shoes into  which good leather has been put, and which may even fit perfectly, but  they lack the touch of the real workman. Thread and nails wont hold  a boot together and make it give perfect service���������������������������it must be bound together with integrity. The "unseen things" about a boot must be  right���������������������������these count for much in the service you get, and it is just because  of the hidden worth of the Ames-Holden shoe���������������������������because of Ihe workmanship���������������������������the stitch on stitch attention to detail���������������������������the inspection at every  step���������������������������that you get a bigger dollar's worth every time you insist upon  buying the Ames-Holden Shoe���������������������������the perfect shoe for men.  VE  MAKE  'SPLENDID  LINE OF  Coal Land Notice  .NOTICE is hereby given that sixty  days from the '��������������������������� date hereof, * * I in-_  tend to apply to the Commissioner  of Lands for a licence to prospect  for coal and oil over the following  described lands: Situated - "in , the  Osoyoos division of Yale district:  Commencing   at    a    post   planted  at the base of   the mountain on the  _ ort __side_of___Short:s__Creek,=. ighty_  chains west-southwest   from Charles  E. Smyth's   location,   -marked E. J.  Fewing, S.E.C., thence eighty chains  west,    thence   eighty    chains, north,  thence   eighty    chains   east,    thence  eighty    chains    south   to    point   of  commencement.  Located, April 28th, 1910.     -  Locator��������������������������� E.   J.  FEWINGS, '  _" "'Financial "Agent," Medicine Hat"  By J. H. Christie, agent.  FTrm-sp.  (cX_-  EN  AND  F������������������BVV    CHILDREN  Coal Land Notice  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty  days from the date hereof, I intend to apply to the Commissioner  of Lands for a licence to prospect  for coal and oil over the following  described lands: Situated in the  Osoyoos division oV Yale district:  Commencing, at a post planted  on thc north side of Short's Creek,  about eighty chains westerly from  E. J, Fewings', location, marked J.  H. C, S.E.C., thence eighty chains  west, thence eighty chains north,  thence eighty chains east, thence  eighty chains south to point of  commencement.  Located, April 28th, 1910.  Locator��������������������������� J.  H.  CHRISTIE,   Prospector, Vernon', B. C.  Three-section    st'eel harrows, $18.00  per set, at Fulton's Hardware. METHODS OF CHEAT
MECHANICAL AIDS    USE!)   UY
..(iAMBIiKHy.
ingenious    Magnifying    Mirror   i"
the K������������"l ������1' ;1  Pipe-Various
UoltllHll ..
which is attached, as part of tho
ring, a small wire clip or spring,
fies.i colored. The card is inserted
under this spring, and in that manner is retained within the pabn of
the hand by the pressure. Experts
in sleight-of-hand would not require
a clip of -this character, being enabled to palm the card without any
mechanical aid.
Besides such devices as. those just
mentioned',, the gambler depends
for his success partly upon his dcx
A PASSENGER IN- CH AINS
1
.ADVENTURES    Ol1    A TRAVEL-
LER IN 'INDIA.
Natives Show" Their   AIYec.iun    for
Their Wives by*Loading Them
With Trinkets.
Gamo ol ''liaiice
a fa:-.iinit hm for ali cl;i
vidual, :i I all ages, and the profes-
sit nalo *_i;_rp   has  made   this   weak-
iiL-ia (wln.li  ii)  .���������.wiiie persons is de-
vil-ip.d into    ������������������-   nil inn    passion)  u
mean.,   lor   earning  an   easy   liveli-
1kmid. at the expense ol the numer-
oiia  Hals  wlio   vi-.it the   racecourse
or ���������oilier place.-; where gambling  is
looked upon as a more or less legitimate pastime.   The ingenious mechanical   devices   which   have   been
eaiployi/d for this purpose arc really   astonishing.     Such  clumsy     appliances  as    loaded    dice    are,  of
cuut'.sc, out of date, though one ingenious sharp invented a table, the
top of   .hid.  was sheet   ._"_1  under
a very thin    cloth    covering.      By
electro-magnet coi_-
lave always had ' ferity in handling thc cards during
! ������������������'������������������s-c.s of in-fli- ; t.ln_ actual
PllDOKKSS OJ< TH.K (_\.MK.
Of  course,  marked  cards  arc
j queiiily employed for this purpo.se,
but   the   expert  gambler   will   succeed in marking the cards with his
thumb nail during the cow .e of the
play,  so tha-t, at the end of ��������������� few
bonds,   hc knows practically  every
���������c._rj. in'ihe pack from the slight in-
idications upon its back.   Sometimes
also, cards are   bent more or  less
slightly  to insure  their recognition
��������� either individual cards or a number   of  cards   together,     .if  half  a
pack   is hert, in  this  manner,   this
is called the bridge.    .1. acti card in
this section then has a slight curve.
1     A gambler may even deal to Jiim-
or to  ���������'"���������������������������  M<-M"^im  form in a1   the
''When you arc travelling in India vou nre apt tor'havo strange
com. union-.," said K. C Thuvb.r
��������� managing director of the bntish
frc-i branch of one of thc American oil
companies. "1. remember a night
thai .1 spent on the train going from
the north of India down to Luck-
,..,., which furnished the most un-
comfortable three or four hours ot
ni.v life.
'���������First class coaches   on   the   Indian railways arc divided into com
SBDsra^������__n_E-_^
OWN AND OFFER FOR SALE
.������
$2,000,000 oi the 7<fo  Cumulative Preferred Stock,
with a bonus.of 25^0 Common Stock, of
LIMITED
(incorporated under the i������w. of tha Province of Ontario)
Head Office
Toront
oi?
means of    an  ..���������cicc-i. o-mab
ceal d    within  Lhc    table,  its    top \Xck  * paVticular" card  which    is
could be converted into a powcrlu. , knowu L_   ^    Th-s ^ ^ ^ .,,o
magne .   and  the dice  (which  wcroiJ}oUoili  Q, blic        fc   ^ Ujc ^
prepared b.v lnmng ouc_s.de of i������ic-{fle.lls off thc cards -fl.om UlC t      of
,vcrc ivory; couId | . ,_    conLimlously    uuLil    hfi
be attracts  to  thc table^ when, the | reJlchcs U)c ijorson inU; whoso ]uuid
���������_ i_n     i. j tM j^...^ ,V]1CU j.y ;i j.;ipjt| wovenien
i.i. it
re,
to  thc table
current   was   on   or
any   haphazard   position
c
. it the
I.  off.     Dice,   bow-!ho ^liUi-aws,  not the fop  b
"y suspected, and ; jK.,f.|j0in (:iird with hi.s fingers instead
venture  U) j 0i. his thumb.   This trick, when rap-
uniin  the  fall   ol t-hc j jj-     ujskI well   executed,   is  pracfci-
current  was  shu
eviir    are  genera
hardly anyone    would
stake   money   . ,
dice any more than hc ^ciild up.iii j cu,'ly u1k1o1ccU}j|0
Card   sharps  also employ    other
devices   for saining knowledge    of
dice any  nun .   nn*"  *'~   ��������� .- ������   .
three-card motile, says the Scienti
fic
American.
DliVKT.S WITH.  _.\I.._S.
are   the
Cards are the most fertile held
for thc gambler's revenue. Winning a.t cards depends largely upon
~ _ .-I'l        J _���������
the carda.
knowledge,
"Tn  order to gain  1,1ns
ii  small mirror  is   cin-
pl.ved.    Sometimes the mirror    is
attached  tc  a    needle    point,   find
G.vcd to Lhc under side of the tabic
.If,   now.  in
thu'posscssiiiui of certain high cards  nearest  tho    dealer. . .
or the aces which win thc tricks, I drilling, each card oc passed ovc.
aMj .,. guin possession of these | th- mirror iy turn the gambler
cfl.'da is "iho gambler's object .Kor I will be enabled to tell the post ion
a-;, uri nt' this, various devices liuvcjof each card d^lt, find "'"> ioHow
been employed called holdouts, mc-i the cards before a single play can
chanical contrivances concealed   in | be made.
A mirror of this charac-
o
the si cove which by a very slight
pressure, or movement in one direction, will instantly shoot out tho
required card inlo Hie gambler's
hand and recede again into the
sleeve. One of the most ingenious
and perfect, of these was invented
bv a gambler named Keplingcr, and
<_ c device has over since been
known as the Keplingor holdout.
Thc apparatus was worked by the
kne-es,' so tha-t no motion of the
arms or body was necessary. A
slight separation of the knees was
all that wa.s required to shoot lhc
card into the gambler's hancb The
knees were thereupon relaxed?) and
Lhc. holdout  receded liko a ihvsh in- .
to  the gambler's sleeve ^^l 'Sn^ the'col.^
^i.otborvanetyofhohoutistha ' d  go  lhafc
���������concealed   in     Uic    waistc.a      and j J ^ h]^d ()E
JH-rc the hand   is held cmse ^\ * ^    Tho ^       b
bo V with thc cards outspread while :
the thread is    pulicd. and    in
niMincr a card  shot into ihe  ham
ter is
A   DANGl'^OUS DEVICE.
and is easily detected. _*or this
reason, vcry ingenious schemes
.have been employed. A small inir-
r.ir is inserted into the- bowl of a
pipe laid carelessly- on thc table,
the bow! being turned slightly upward and toward tho dealer. Now,
in dealing lhe cards, they are passed each in turn over the bowl of
thc pipe, and in this manner the
magnifying glass it contains conveys to the sharp all thc required
knowledge as to the cards contained
in each siller's hand. Occasionally sharps employ a- mirror rim.' for
,i,;>t; then swings open on lhc pivot hinge
under cover of the remaining cards.
_This. hov.ev.c_r,  is a dangerous pro-
 ; ; j-1 ,-= =: "T   '     ""������������������'���������'���������        1    ~~"r \
and discloses a tiny magnifying
mirror beneath. By thc aid if this
mirror the majority of cards can be
del_cled-a.-d<_ rlU.=.<\-Ul_a_l_-_i.i___i.__i_iid
court cards ean bc distinguished
ou! i������ th.-a known as the bag. Tho I Tv.-m cards of lower values, which
iiimiil, .harp noin. is stuck into the !*������*   U������<-   d'^   Llllllnr  Lo  be  discover-
... *
v.'d d of the unji'i
:���������!. is rarely cnijiloycd. A
spiall but, inuenious sjiecies of hold
CC<iUt'C   wl|!<
partments containing two sofas and
t-.'o up])er berths, whicli arc let
down at night. You furnish your
own bedding.
���������'When j got on thc train T was
'he only foreigner on it, and T had
_��������� compartment to myself. So at
bedtime I turned iu with a gi
deal of satisfaction confident that
I would not be disturbed.
' "About -2 o'clock in the morning
as tlie train stopped' at a junction
point for lhe railway from thc. sac-
rod city of Ucnarcs, T was awakeu-
���������A by a. commotion outside and a
ot of .shouting and screaming such
as you hear only in India. Thc solitary lamp that lighted the compartment had gone out and
I WAS TN DAUKNKSS.
f,'l was turning over with a growl
at being awakened when I heard
thc door handle creak and a voice
demanded in. fairly good Knglish
whether .1 was tho only ocupant of.
the compartment. T replied that 1
wa., and then in the gloom a man
climbed into thc compartment.
Tb.cn hc reached out to assist some
object���������-.vhat it was .1 could not
make  out���������into the car.
"There was a sound like the rattling of chains. T thought at first
the traveller was lifting up a big
dog. Whatever it was, it crept
along the other side of thc car,
jumped upon the sofa opposite, and
remained perfectly quiet.
"No words passed between the
man and thc object, ancl after lying there a. few minutes I began to
got uncomfortable. Perhaps it was
a young tiger, or a big monkey, or
perhaps it v/as some prisoner. Or j
perhaps���������here I remembered hav-'
ing heard that a maniac woman had
escaped somewhere in this very
neighborhood  a few days before.
'���������Just as T had reached this
point in my reflections the man, in
whose hands T had noticed something long and thin, like a rille bar-
Tel, got up. The end of the object
swung vcry near my face a.s lie
tinned it around and put it in a\
rack near me, and 1 broke out in
A CO I'd) 1 .'.RSPLUATION.
As soon as he had taken his seat .1
reached up cautiously and touched
the object, and found to my relief,
that it was only one of those long
slaves wliich the people in India uso
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The dividends on tlie preferred stock accrue from April Otli, _9l0.
.Su lis _rtpf ions vll'l be pnyable na follows:
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90 per cent, on Allotlmeul.
100 per cent. or
In
Instilment.*-   ns   follows,   in   <vUlch
i-:is.   interest  -it.  die  nite ot 0  pet
cent, will bo dmrgod :      .
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J5 per cent, on ulloMnent.
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Si per cent, on 1st July, l!MO. ������n<*
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The rljrh. is roamed to allot only surti sub.scriptiotis and for sucli nmounls m-
may l>������ approved  aud  to dose the subscription  hook  wi ho      hot tc.
App!i..*..itiou will lie made for the listing of the s_ount.es of the   .oinpau.  on u .
Toronto Stock-Mx.-h.'iuge. r.���������,.,������������������nv
The subscription list was opened at (he office of tho J. inrAliin 1 ru.-t Cor, n y^
r.til.. Toroi'to. on Monday. April 2r.l.h. .1010. and will be closed oa Oi b.foiu
Mouiliiy, tbe 0th day of May,  1010, at .'! p.m.
Bankers of Company:
Imperial  Bank of Canada and Bank of Montreal.
Board of Directors:
D. C. CAMRttON, Winnipci... President.
President Hut Portage dumber Com-
���������psiny,  Liuiited.
CA\TTltl7.\ Mljr.OCK.   Toronto.   Vice-
President.
Director Imperial Hank of Can _ln. Director Confederation Life Assoclatiou.
I'JKDl/KY  SHAW,  Toronto,    Managing
' Direi-toi*.
.TOHN T. A. HUNT, London.
President <".ndi_ri.li.  Klevator &. Trioi-
sit   Company,    Vice-President    .Hunt
liros..  Limited, Millers.
CHAJ-LT..   AVUUTBl'.H. Toronto.
Vice-President  National   Iron   Wor.k..
Limited:
.TORN CAKUICK, Toronto.
Secretary The Maple Leaf Flour Mills
Coiiipany, Liuiited.
CI"IAltl .IS W.  1.AN1"). Toronto.
Viee-Presidciit .rames Carruthers Company, LiaJited, drain  Exporters'.
  dde ,,. the Uti'lcj (,(
in such ;i manner that the Hat bar j
fin
iore urn
*i  number of other in-
ii r"w j tiki i i g:   ��������� ..,^____
<:Thcn .1 tried fo engage, thc man
in conversation, but .he answered
in monosyllables. I was .lying in
my pajauuis, and 1 beuanie* so unit, ny that [ drew on my trousers
and sot    up.      1   asked    the    man
,��������� Mini a iiiiuiii      u ., l������   J" .;    Beriliw devu,,, l,���������l Iho ftlK-w vril        j      t 1'  ask..d    the    man
1""Va,T   'rl'r the      lh-ji     !H hast give th, reader an idea oi   X,^e he had come, and he replied
,������������������,���������,,  Uio.  v.uod id tl     l; a   , Lo   wliit.h   thls  pracf.co, ,     had jusL roaclu..d |.hc ,_n������-
5'";!t1''  I0".   ",, nU_ , ," f, ' ! 1'^ ]^ ������������������^ <>f Ll,������ r������m:,.rki,b,n  t U on  thc    train    from  Benares,
1,:M','l'Ml 'V1" ';-..,.     .'���������,��������� : in _������M.u������ly displays! by n. uiidaefur- j   , . ,   wa8 |U1 houl. ,,llo.   uc was so
il 1 v'
jrc*.
thc
niav iie "���������Vi'"
. iii the iiel- <>
l:ibli'   (ov. :m
vi:i;v
..,  ,       ,-, -   Ml ,- V' : inopiiuily displayed by mauufacfui
withdrawn b.\   the  lm- >   l-> ���������'      ,'.������������������,���������   .....i ..f il,,> do\"
���������D nil ' (M'": ������-   S,IC" <J������'V1CI s>  ,UKl    "   l
! terity  iiiifl  during <'''_ the
thcniselves iu cm ploy i nft them
11 ru w i iin c
I lie body.
.I.MI'I.K.
:i ru
gamine rs
llljlll'      Vill I
lo the s|e.
the  shirt--
ii
IV  o
i.
It
���������ve.
:il ���������
nre
A diiriu _  V'.m.    ������������������
hi.Uleiit is al l a.i:hei
is buckled ar'tund
under the cn;il :nu.l ' v.*o sum
ed  hooks,     laeiiiji." oiilwari
pofiinsi, the en:ii sleeve. These ii.;������>ks
limy lie separalcd or bronchi n.'iir-
o;'   tii'jelhi"!-   by     [li-essing    upon   a
small  rubber  lube.    If no_
be  placed  .'i.^abist lhe  co.-tt sleeve,
.>u the. ouf.--.idi?, and the clips sepa r-
akd   end   then   released,   they   will
clasp the iviuTS (if the -.".'I id  throu..h
������T������
TO .KKKI.' TIUI. WARM.
j    On a biift r winter night Patrick,
! win-  had  been    tramping    all  day'
���������long, iliing himself down to vest bc-
| lu-afh a curt.
it card1,     ,A*  benighled wiiyfnrer p.'issed by,
and, lieitring-an unusual sound 1'ko
snoring, ho approached the sleeper
���������'.11
the cloth of the coat and it.
retained  there   liy  the   pressure
the spring in tlie holdout.    So
a^  the   arm  be  held  ownward
.! is invisible, but the card
bc
of
can
long
the
n i ;iv
bc obtained possession of liy thc
fingers of the other hand when resting ayainst the sleeve of the arm to
which,  the holdout is attached.
A still simpler device, is to havc
a small pocket cut in the coat sleeve
at the scam. Thc pocket is merely
a slit about three inches Ions;, into
which flic recpiired card is inserted. The fingers grasp the. card and
withdraw it with the others at thc
.required 'moment.     Another   vari
an !  profidi'd
;i s't'uil; stick,
"What are you doin
lim  in the   ribs
under
v.itl
cart  there,   my    poor  fellow'!'
that
������������������   he
which was an Hour late, iie was so
short in his replies that by the Lime
wc reached the, next station T had
made up'-m.y mind lo get out and
complain to the r.fafion master.
''So when we stopped, I alighted and found that functionary, who
fit my request turned his lantern
into flic carriage, but j could not
see ill... object on the further berth.
" 'Is if customary to allow prisoners lo travel in first, carriages'?' 1
demanded.
��������� _alub,
hc replied,
cr ! .
"T.  was    not
Vice-President and Mnu..f.In.,r T)!r<_-
t������r Tlie Mupte lieaC ['���������lour Mills Co.,
Limited. .,;-
Security and Earning Power
Th, nflnntH of lhc old Coi..panl._ lukMi ������ver M above KtPnd in erprw of jlMljt-
lilllliri. ami without any ulluivhiH'e for booiJ-w ", ;���������a*I|"K*"j .,.. V.'���������.< .������.!..".������������
RM.JU. U.is nmouul beinj. ascertained o������ the l������*������i������ of ������ ������l I ������"'il������-������> \[���������������    ^  " ^,
_sh_(h ink..! over, _uil lli������ ccWitlcle of Mcmm. * r7''-\,V, *f m . blllit. ������i 1 <
it. of . ebriwpy _8lii.  1010, iih ������> ������'npr������nt    ������ss������ls and  <���������-un -ent  Ilnl)'   ���������>. '������ ������
!l!.vr..t ������!!o������-__<-o for all .londUBOBrlcs. . Tlu-ro I.W al.s.. been! HB.id iii Uw
Tr,.__.8p.v :. .000,000 of aililMionnl i-asb. which. besWcn pisPn iti nff of tl.������ ��������� m.������I������lion
<_ a 0,100 barrel mill M..I ������ million bushri elwi-.lor and Pl<������'������*" V' ������l"""^
I'ort <:o!!><>r.-.. and of liftcen tulilUiomil elfvulors m tlie ^vosl, ������ill pi.jvulo tuo
new Coiui.-uuy wiih fui'llier \v������rkin<r enpitiil.
An ������rr <:<��������� rlifl_..(,- of Moski-s. ITlc?. YVal.Tlioiiae * Co.. of^^"J1""" ���������h"
earKliiBH   of   (lie   old   Comimuy   ������u   lh������   P���������*"**1���������1   "m<'"ntel '<,.,<, Kl, -���������
from   St-pU-inber  'i5th,   l������08.   to   AiiffiiM   ������0lh.   190������.   U>    .2l5.hl.JJ8
And  from Aut'ust 21st.  1D0!������. to   fVLruii.-y "Sib, 1i������0.  '������    $l!J(������,71)o.I!9
being for (he Intlcr period at ������ rale ouiial io over 13 per ������enl. ������n Uie preferred
slock of (bi- C'onipiiny.
I'rospoetuyes uud forms of iipplU. tion mny be oblnlned .it any braiieb ot
the linpi-rlnl Bauk of Cmuda or Tho Koynl Hank of Canni u. from Ounnhaii
Trust Company, liimiled, Toronto, and from Cnwtliru Mulock & conip.mj.
Toronto.
Apiilleiitinns for .shares kIiouM he made upon tlie form aeooiupanylaR ������i������
prospeetiia ami should bo sent  together wilh lhc re.   itlauee due ou application   ������o
Any Branch of The Imperial Bank of Canada,
-   or-The-Royal Bank of .Canada,.	
Guardian Trust Co., Limited, Toronto,
or to Cawthra Mtilock & Company,
Members Toronto Stock Exchange,
Royal Bank Building - Toronto, Ont.
���������______. ____3rs������r������_������_sEie=_Fm__i_r^ wa. v_ias_������KCTro_'isaccwa_������BBBar.
know
Uif. geu 1.1 oinnn,
and  ho 1ms no prison-
iiHjnii'i'j.l.
"Just sLoeping!" cnnio the cIkiw-
sy, cross reply; '''at lasio Oi wa.s."
'Toil,," siikl. the way wa rer, "<lo
yo'i not feel eoldf'"
" .hiire.l do," Pat answerod as
turne . drcmnily over on his side,
"so just throw on another curt,
ye."
will
Mrs.   Brick row--"It  docs a lady
pco-d to have Dr.  Grinn  when one
is sick.   Be is always so jolly." Mr.
require-d .momeno.     nnumu    v.w. , Briekrow���������"You'd  )>c jolly,  too,   if
cty of holdout.    A ring is worn on iy,,u wero getting two dollars for a
mi ;ir
tnrnnuv
cty oi uoiuuuu.    ������  ....._������������������������������������   _      -     .. ,        - -
pne of the fingers, to the luside of jtcn-minutu call.
���������v.... ��������� Riitisliefl -witlrMhc
d's reply and insisted upon his
the lantern into the coni-
p;n Inient again. At this the. Hindu
inside, who had been dozing, arose
and came out upon the platform.
IT:' exchanged some words in Hindustani with the station master,
and  then he turned to nie.
" 'Sir, it i.s niy wife that I have
travelling with  ine,' he said.
"Well, I wondered what a man
was doing dragging his wif.e about
with liim by a chain, for the rattling
ecu tinued at intervals, so I decided
to remain up,  and
'bi..GAIN TO SMOKE.
information about northern India.
Suddenly lie "asked "nie whether 1.
belonged fo the craft and upon my
replying that l did, he informed
me I hut he was master of his lodge.
"As daylight approached f would
ca^i fin inquiring look in the direction of the other occupant of the
compartment. When it got light
.1. found to my'surprise that the wo-
niii.n, whose face was heavily veiled, was swathed in a beautiful silk
robe. Shc wore sandals and as I.
glanced at them I. discovered that
what had aroused my.alarm was a
multitude, of anklets and bracelets.
"ft is the custom in India for a
man to show affection for his wife
by loading her with such, trinkets,
and that particular Hindu displayed more devotion, in that way than
any other f ever eam_ across. He
did not introduce hev to me, nor
did he address a single word to her
while they were in the car. Hc had
violated the road's rules by bringing his wife into thc .compartment,
but knowing I was not a Hindu he
thought; 1 would not object. The
following day T learned that he-was
the chief Government auditor for
the railways of that district."
There are 5 admirals of the fleet,
Tl 1.1. GA1;V KSTON" OA US 1. WAY.
* The third great project "of" GaI-'
veston, Texas, since Lhe storm of
.%<), in which 0,000 lives and ^2!.,-
000,001) worth of property were .lost,
ir. j. concrete causeway now building' over the tw-o miles of Galveston
liny intervening between the mainland of Texas and the .city of Galveston. It will cons'st of a .pro-
te c 1 e d ro a d w ay, a e c tie re tc a. re 1 i
bridge and a' lift draw-bridge, and
v, i 11" c o s fc a bout . i, 500,000. T11 e
protected roadway, or dirt'portion
of the causeway, i.s to be at cither
end ; t'he concrete .arch bridge. _,-.
.5l< feet in length, is to spun, the
n.'iddle, find the lift- draw-bridge
is to be in the centre of the arch
������������������.,*i ii'ii
-iie-
"The   teller "thawed after his ! 1?. ^^ t������tfS_  liit
explanation, and T found him   .very/,    J   > -. d   ...L    ..  l-no
intellectual man.   He gave me nuteh ; ot  ihe   l������nU*b  >���������-">���������
N.KW' I-OftM OF PUNISHMENT.
This from a Shanghai newspaper :���������
''A new form of punishment was
recently witnessed in Oh en chow,
when a cruel mofher-inrlaw who had
driven hcr daughter-in-law to commit suicide was placarded and compelled to cany the dead daughter
through the streets, with a man
going on before to call the populiico
to see the body. It was certainly
������ hideous sight, but u doubtful
form of puni*.hmi.iit. ^   _  >o-  Thursday, June 16, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Binder Twine  ���������������������������'SYTHES,   SICKLES,  HAY FORKS,  HORSE PORKS, ROPE,. CHAIN,  Wire  Cable.���������������������������Everything for  Hay ancl 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  Proving the District  By Practical Work and Experiment  GREAT MABEL LAKE VALLEY  We have   just   received   a carload of  McClary's Stoves, Tinware  and   Graniteware  direct from their factory iii London,  Ont. We are therefore in a position  to give you the very best price that  can be got.  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 $3.75 per 108 sq. feet,  nails, caps "and cement included,  which is cheaper than shingles ^when  laid; and it will wear longer and  look better than any other roofing  on the market.  RED ROPE ROOFING  This is a cheaper roofing, made especially for outside buildings,, barns,  ��������������������������� chicken houses, etc' It is guaranteed  to last from six to seven''years, and  *^aj -bs 801 -13d OS _$ W pjos 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.  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 install Fairbanks'  Gasoline   Engines for    motor boats,  Pumping   Plants and   Wood-sawing  machines. -                       ,,  ��������������������������� 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.  j_-_.NailBt--$3.75=per.=keg.--r-��������������������������� -.   A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  Fred. H. Barnes  Unless one has    visited the homes  of the   settlers   in   the   Mabel Lake  Valley, and   is   acquainted  -with the  marvelous   fertility   of   the soil and  its splendid   climatic   conditions, he  can have but a faint conception of. the  great possibilities of this Valley.   In  this Valley,    running   from Enderby  twenty-five miles to Mabel Lake, and  with an average width of two miles,  there are hundreds   of acres, now in  thick woods,   which   will one day be  the apple orchard   of the Okanagan.  The actual   product   of the tree is  what counts, and the settlers of this  Valley have produced the goods.   Not  in quantity, perhaps, but in quality.  Some day, let us hope,  the portion  of the Indian reserve lying across the  river from   Enderby,   will be opened  to white   men.   Then   we   shall   see  things transpire   that   will open- our  eyes.    From   Enderby   east, clear to  Mabel Lake,   we   shall   see the land  cut up into   small   holdings, cleared  and.put into fruit orchards.  Mr. Alden and Mr. Brash, adjoining  the reserve in different directions,  have demonstrated the adaptability  of the soil in their vicinity for fruit-  raising. Farther east a few miles.  Edward Haynes and Frank Hawes  are proving that cherries, peaches,  and plums, as well as apples, do well  on the land on their homesteads.  The Cooke Brothers, still farther  east, are proving both the benchland  and the lowlands will produce the  best quality of apples. The Gossen  Brothers, a little farther east, have  done likewise.. And"the Baxter Brothers, and other settlers who recently  took up homesteads .in that vicinity,  are "making -marvelous strides v in developing and getting into vegetables  and small fruits. In..a_"quiet way,  there is activity throughout the Mabel Lake Valley. The settlers are doing things'. ....  Within the past, week the writer,  visited the home, of H. D. Baxter,  adjoining the homestead of H.'A.  Baxter, the pioneer settler.of that  district. Here we saw the most remarkable demonstration of what can  be done in two seasons of-systematic  work. Three years ago, where Mr.  Baxter's home .now stands was a  dense forest. He has an ideal site,  on a bend in Baxter Creek, and about  his home there are ten acres or more  cleared and in to grain, strawberries  and vegetables. ,The soil is clean,  soft, sandyr alluvial, and. a black  loam. His vegetable garden- and  berry patch, his chicken yard arid  grain field were an object-lesson in  neatness,   system   and dispatch.  This is only a sample of the homes  of the future-Mabel Lake Valley. It  may take a few years to do it, but  this especially favored Valley is going  to_be made_the_ideal_homeland-of-the.  Okanagan. It ' is traversed by the  Spallumcheen river from Mabel Lake  to Enderby, and there are numerous  mountain streams flowing through  the many homesteads.  PROVING THE HILL LAND  Geo. R. Lawes has of recent years  done much to demonstrate what the  hill lands about Enderby will do in  fruit raising without irrigation. He  has planted an orchard on the hilltop back of his home, and these tr,ees  are this year beginning to bear. Of  all the apple trees planted three seasons ago, hot one has been lost by  drought or frost. Of the cherry trees  one was lost in the planting. This  j year he is gathering his first cherries  from the Belle-Magnifique, the .Olivette, the-Royal Ann "and the Morclla  while the Bings will fruit next season. Strawberries planted on the  hill came into bearing about ten  days earlier than those on the lower  land. Mr. Lawes also finds that the  hill-top trees _are freer from pests  and more perfect in foliage and bark.  The value of. a Varnish Stain de.  pends'very largely upon the grade of  Varnish used in making it. Campbell's Varnish Stain is made from the  toughest gum floor Varnish. You can  finish your floor with._this Stain and  pound it with a hammer without  causing the finish to chip or scratch.  A. Fulton sells it. ' "  One-Acre Lots  Enough for a comfortable home, and a really good investment to cut up as the town grows: viz. six full-sized lota  for a reasonable price for one.  Price, $250.00 to $400.00  Terms, 1-4 cash; balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 7 per cent.  If you want one, BUY NOW !   Fifteen Lots were sold ,  the first day..   Soon none will be left.  The Flewwelling property of 40 acres,. situated between  the river and the railway, in Enderby townsite, is the coming  residential part. Only 5 minutes' walk to City Hall, and  all good level land.  Plans may now be seen at Mr. Flewwelling's, or will be  " shown by A. L. Matthey.s, or��������������������������� '.   .  Chas. W. Little  REAL ESTATE AGENT.      MARA, and ENDERBY  That man only is really worthy to  be called Educated who is able to do  at least one useful thing well; who  has a sympathy, which is universal,  and-who is in the line of evolution.  Hardly any woman would want to  vote if she could boss some voter..  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  Outside of THAT  he's all right!  MAN comes   into   this  world  without    his    consent,   and'  leaves   it   against   his will.  During his stay on earth his time  " is spent in one continuous - round  of contraries and . misunderstandings by his fellow beings.   In his  infancy he-is an angel; in his boy  ��������������������������� hood he   is' a   devil; in his   manhood   he   is   everything   from    a  lizard up;   in -his   duties he is a  fool;   if he raises a family he's a  chump; if he raises a small check  he's a   thief,   and "then the law  raises hell - with    him; if he is a  poor man he    is   a poor manager  and has no sense; if he is rich he  is      dishonest,.   but     considered  smart; if   he   is   in   politics you  can't place him as he is an undesirable citizen; if he goes to church  he is a hypocrite; if he stays away  from church   he   is   a sinner and  damned; if he donates to foreign  missions he   does   it for show; if  he doesn't he is stingy and a tightwad.     When   he   comes   into the  world   everybody   wants   to kiss  him; before he   goes out they all  want to kick him.   If he dies young  there was a   great   future before  ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,��������������������������� ���������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������ ������������������  T v ,-_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send.foi? i_Jr mating list giving all the information of my winnings.     '  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.-A few.S. C. White Leghorns and White Wyandotte cockerels"  for sale, from same strains as.my, winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop. r  Enderby, B. C. J  * ���������������������������  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance   '-KHSS^^  Ag  jencies  A Life Initrance policy in the Boyal Inauranoe Co.  ���������������������������f LiTerpoul, Eng,, is s Ttluable asset A plain,  straightforward contract, learin. no room for  doubt as to its ralue. ...  KtWi AaMrlca Assurance Co.  ral Insurance Coof Ltrerpool (Life dept)  The I_M_oa 4 Lawuwhb* Guarantee _  Aestdent Co. of Canada.    .  BILL. BLOCK! ENDERBY  "~hini; iFhiTlives to aTipe old age,  he is in the way and living to save  funeral expenses. This life is a  funny road, but we all like to travel it just the same, so join the  line of the cheerful and buy your  Lumber and Building material from  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.,Ltd  Enderby, B. C.  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.  THE NORTHERN OKANAGAN  The Damper Lever of a  NO IRRIGATION REQUIRED  Real Estate Bargains  Hot Baths  Mr. Hendrickson wishes to announce to the public that he has fitted up two bath rooms in his barber  shop, with white porcelain enameled  tubs* Hot water at all times.  Price, 25c per bath, children 15c except Saturday evening.  To start right in the poultry busi-  rack milk and cream, you do not yet  know the satisfaction of being milk-  satisfied.  A SITE FOR A LOVELY HOME!  Situated about one mile from Enderby, on the river bank; excellent land,  especially adapted for strawberries,  small fruits and vegetables; 8 acres  cleared, 6 of which are planted in  fruit trees two and three-year old,  and looking well. 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Wood Furnace  is where it ought to be���������������������������at the front, readily reached without  groping in the dark or taking unnecessary steps. A turn of  the lever* instantly changes the draft so the fire is quickened  or checked, at will. Turned on, McClary's Magnet Wood  Furnace produces the strongest heat in a few minutes; and  the nickelled steel tubes radiate this heat for hours after  the draft is shut off. Because of this stored heat McClary's  Magnet Wood Furnace is economical and a continuous roaring fire is unnecessary. The heat that goes up the smoke pipe  of ordinary wood furnaces, goes into the register pipes of the  Magnet. Like the position of the damper, the Magnet Wood  Furnace is right all through. Right in principle, right in construction ; right in materials. See the Magnet at the McClary  agent's in the nearest town. Write to nearest McClary branch  for booklet, giving a detailed description. Free, postpaid.  McClaiyi_  Lflndon, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary.  For Sale by A. FULTON, Enderby  Don't Go to Bed To-night without saying  a good word for the town you live in. RISING COST OF NAVIES  -HUGE   SF. S   .UROPE SPENDS  FO_   UATTLESJlirS.  $C0fl,00O,0()������������������ by Genua uy���������������������������$200,000,-  000 I'or a Year's 'British Naval  l.xpenscs.  Germany's Navy Act of 1900 fixed  thc battleship strength of fche: fleet  nt fchbtiy-eight vessels, wliich were  to be completed by 19IG. Jt also  provided tliat four toon large 'armored ���������������������������cruisers should bc in commission  by the same dute. In I90U a fresh  Navy Act was passed by the Reichstag, -its mo. I imporlant feature be-  inc an addition of six large cruisers to lhe -aandard fixed in 1900.  1^ Ii)i)7 the Xavy Act of I90G was  altered, the size and c .sfcof the  twenty !urt.e armored cruisers to  bc  built being increased.  Basing his    statements  upon  thc  foregoing   facts;' Col.   (jaedkc,   thc  naval crili.c.  has written an article  in   tho Berliner Tageblatt in whicli  hc point.- out that Germany is creating a licet not of thirty-eight battleships,   as  provided by  the Navy  Aco of  1300,  but ol fifty-eight battleships,   the twenty  large cruisers  equivalent      in    size    and  to  first-class   battleships,  iie   also  assorts  that lhc  German  armament    policy    has  apparently  abandoned   the principle    that thc  prestige of thc Fatherland depends  oo thc army and maintains that thc  expansion  of  naval  armaments    is  gradually outstripping thc requirements for the defence of thc  E:\JP_K1_ STKADJi AND COASTS  "Tho time is gradually approaching, indeed," says Col. Gacclke,  "when the German fleet will be  superior to all fleets in thc world,  with thc single exception of the  British, it was so unimpeachable  a    witness   as    the Xreu_ Zcifung  type, firing a 440 kilogram melinite shell, will be disposed in pairs  in six turrets. The arrangements  of the turrets, four along the centre line of the ship ancl one on each  side am'dships, will permit ten guns  to be fired broadside and eight guns  ahead or astern. The fore turrets  are to be about eight feet higher  than the aft turrets, and the highest placed gun will'be nearly 38  feet, while the lowest will be over  21   feet above the water line.  The secondary armament will bc  arranged ���������������������������in. eight independent batteries, each with a radius of fire of  1.0 degrees. Six .batteriesof three  of these l:3S.G millimeterguns will  be disposed along thc sides of0thc  ship, while the remaining four will  be situated low in thc stern. The  arrangement will allow six of these  guns to be fired ahead and ten  astern.  The armor will consist of an ar-  The Ingredients Used In  Medicinal and Toilet Preparations are of the same high quality as those  your druggist uses in filling your physician's prescriptions.  being  strength  which  fold us a   couple  ago that our fleet was  making  or months  such  rapid progress that in 1911 it would  be superior to that of the United  States, even limiting calculations  to the strictly modern type of vessels.  "It is officially admitted that in  the Spring of 1912 Britain will havc  twenty completed Dreadnoughts,  thc United States twelve, Germany  eleven and France six. Thenceforward our relative strength will rapidly increase, so that in 19U. for  example, we shall possess nineteen  Dread noughts against thc sixteen  of the United States.  "In thc six years between 1893  am.! 190.'. Germany's expenditure on  new ships was $120,470,000. During  thc succeeding six years we spent  8195,475,000 on new ships, and in  1908 and 1909 $91,775,000 or vastly  morc than cither France or thc  United States devoted to thc same  purpose.  '"'Until 1914 at least thc German  disbursement for new vessels and  armaments will be still more strongly emphasized. In 1911, for example,  the programme calls for more than  Sr.:, 000,000. fn thc last twelve  y*ars Germany has spent on new  slips alone ..310,000,000, and be-  t .vc ri now and 1914 will spend an-  -tn_re _=, 287t500tOOO:j '   morcd belt 270 millimeters thick at  lhc two ends. The armored decks  will be 70 and 'IS millimeters thick.  The battleships will cost $13,-100.000  each, including $900,000 worth of  ammunition. Each battleship is to  havc a reserve of $J,300,000 worth  of ammunition.       * ���������������������������  INCREASE OF $10,000,000.  The large increase in thc impending British naval estimates show  a rise of over $10,000,000 above last  year's estimate.*.. Engineering  says that the new estimates will total $200,000,000, thc largest sum  that has ever been asked for by thc  British Admiralty in the ordinary  estimates of any onc year. It marks  an advance of ������������������75.000,000 on thc  total of ten years ago. For the ,  year now closing thc gross total was i  .. J80,750.000. Four battleships arc  said to bc included in the new programme.  According to Engineering. Great  Britain has been forced into this  increase by the growth of expenditure of other Governments. It adds  that the cost of the eight battleships which arc to bc ready by  Apr'l,  1912, is    $10,000,000  apiece.  Thc battleship Vanguard, the  eighth ship of the Dreadnought  type to be completed for the British .navy, was placed in commission at Dcvonport the other clay. In  her main armament tlie Vanguard  shows a great advance. Earlier  ships have ten Ab calibre 12-inch  guns.- Thc Vanguard's weapons ���������������������������  the same in number���������������������������are five calibre, longer, giving them a muzzle  velocity of 53,-100 foot tons, compared with thc 47,097 foot tons of  thc shorter guns. The distribution  is the same as in thc first Dreadnought, that is to say, the Vanguard can fire eight guns on the  broadside* and  The National Drug and Chemical  Company supplies the greater part of  the drugs dispensed by the physicians  and druggists of Canada, and. it is  probable that tlie ingredients used by  your own druggist in- his prescription  work came from our warehouses.  From these.same warehouses come  the ingredients used by our expert  chemists iu compounding NA-DRU-CO preparations.  Every ounce of material used in every NA.-DRU-CO  article is the best that our skilled buyers ean select  from the world's markets.  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KING'S VISIT TO CANADA  riiTY YEARS SINCE !1B CAME  TO THIS COUNTRY.  Incidents of Thc   Trip of His Majesty, Then  I'rii.ce of  Wales.  Tliis year is lhe golden anniversary of King Edward's visit to Canada and there arc many living in  the Dominion lo-day who can recall  SIX AHEAD OR ASTE-RN.  when   fche  gallant young  Prince of  Wales, then in his 19th year, embarked for Canada on H. M. S.  Hero at Plymouth oh July 9th,  18G0. Hear Admiral Sir R. Massic  Jjlomiield writes interestingly of  tlie visit the Prince made to Can-  ad;,   in   a   recent  number   of    The  AN ILLUSTRATION.  The readiness of Germany lo expand hcr He. t regardless of expense  wi*. illustrated on Thursday last  when the Budget Committee of thc  Reichstag passed without debate  tiie Admiralty's estimate for new  armor for the current year. The  ..stii of. !?i_l, |-v_\_('!> for.the artillery  of new bait!, .ships, cruisers and  torpedo Im>mIs and I'or mine . floating apparatus was voted without  ni*y 'suggestion or -objection from  an}   quarter.  At a recent meeting of the French  Council of .Ministers the Minister  of Marino miide a sfnUmenl on lhe  subject of his negotiations with the  Navy (.ommilt.ee of the Chamber of  Deputies. Jle announced that the  designs for the six new .3,lf)7-ton  battleships haw been drawn up and  approved in. all particulars.  No alterations were ���������������������������contemplated, and the ships were to be laid  down ai- tiie rale of two a year ���������������������������  in 1910, 1911 and 15)12. The I Ji M)  and 1912 sliip^ were tn be construe  tcd in the naval dockyards ai  Brest and I.'Orient, respectively,  while the 1911 pair were to be built  by private contract. The period of  construction for each ship was fixed  al: three years.  The siiips were to be armed with  twelve. !. _;_ millimeter guns and 2_  lSb.G millimeter guns. Their speed  was to be between iid and c21 knots,  with a steaming capacity of _,.(..  miles at L>0 knots, and 28,000 horsepower.  THE HEAVY GUNS  pinch  are of the    1900    :"������������������������������������������������������'.-.'. ilibre  kliniral Calabritto, of thc. Italian Army and Navy Gazette,  navy, has devised a system by which "The Hero had been a montii in  funnels on torpedo boats and de-j the hands of the odicials, of Daven-  stroyers, and possibly on larger ves- [port dock," thc article says, "lit-  scls also, may be abolished. The! tiny for thc embarkation of the  smoke is led off in ventilating shafts Prince and his suite; but, like thc  lair! along the sides of thc ship, arrangement of the royal yacht,  and tests havo shown that the in- there was an absence of any luxury  vention   is    doubly   satisfactory in  in the accommodation  and decora  that it reduces the heat in the  stokeholds. It has been practically  decided to adopt Admiral Calabrit-  lo's system on all thc smaller Ital-  -iati���������������������������Vi .t-i���������������������������c-ra-f-t. -���������������������������-���������������������������  A naval expert, commenting upon  Ihis invention, says that it follows  as a matter of course upon the ad-  vcip of the airship and aeroplane.  Their entry into the area of sea  warfare, it is affirmed, must react  on the design of warships, some defence against bomb dropping being  an essential feature of their construction. First of all.-there will  be thc removal of structures on the  upper dock, and Admiral Calahril-  fo's invention removes the largest  fitting of all, the funnel. This writer predicts that warships of the'future will possess armored decks as  smooth and sloping as a. turtle's  back toward off overhead attack.  tions, His Royal Highness sleeping  in  an ordinary ship's cot slung in  the Commodore's fore-cabin.  The  Prince Consort accompanied  Ws^on=to=lMymoulhHn-fch(_4_Glui  ASSOCIATION  OF .OKAS.  Going to sleep in church i.s likely to be no more- awkward and  rude a thing than waking up suddenly in church. An item in a  country paper aptly illustrates this.  . o doubt the lady, who behaved  herself admirably under the circumstances, was (|iiile as much embarrassed a.s her husband.  .Major Young went to sleep Sunday in church just lief ore. the plate  was passed. He snored for a while  in a ladylike manner, but- suddenly  let, out a few links that sounded  lik? a  trombone solo.  his wife jabbed him  h her  elbow,  which  sufliciently     to   re-  alone !    Get up aud  vourself.     It's  your  At thai point  in tiie ribs wi  ..wakened hirn  ma ric, ''Eel. it it  liiiiid   the  lire  ia and Albert and spent a, couple of  hours wilh him on board thc Hero,  when thc ofiicers of the ship were  presented to him, but returned before- a in thc evening. The Hero  took hcr departure for Portsmouth  at dawn, followed by a royal salute.  It look the Prince a fortnight to  cross the ocean, that time having  elapsed before the heir - fo the  lln one of Great Britain set foot on  shore at, St. John, Newfoundland.  Persistent head winds and fogs  wore encountered en route and the  cold, wet fog 'enwrapped k-ic p'^.Y H0  densely at times that the mainmast  could not be discerned from the  poop.  The Hero was accompanied by  the Ariadne, and another warship.  The Flying Fish, left previously for  St. John, Newfoundland. These  noble steeds of Neptune, of which  the British people were so proud in  these days, have been exhibited one  by one in "Rotten Bow since and  have long since passed to the scrap  heap.  Some, danger from ice bergs was  evident during tlie voyage and the  Commodore gave orders to arouse  him during the nights if a decided  change in the temperature was  shown. Five degrees was thc minimum change at which he was fo be  notified. At one occasion the Commodore was aroused and given an  anxious ten minutes before hc discovered that th'c temperature had  iimmi, not fallen.  other cities were visited by the  Prince of Wales and everywhere he  was received with truly affectionate and genuine loyalty and enthusiastic receptions given him. Hc  v. is entertained at a constant succession of balls, p'enics and free  passes with hotel accommodation on  all the railway lines. The Prince  saw _ londin, who was then in the  height of his glory, cross the famous Niagara rapids on a hawser,  an., the daring rope walker wanted  to take thc Prince over in a wheel  barrow, as he had successfully done  the empty barrow.  Onc incident alon0, of the  Bruce's land journeys must bc recorded. It was during a Royal  lunch at Brantford, on the railway  line from London to Niagara, when  a bevy of fair damsels invaded the  cloakroom, unseen, and carried off  all the black bands from the white  top-hats of the Royal party in order to make sure of securing  amongst them thc onc belonging to  th. Prince as a precious relic of  his memorable visit. Thc young  ladies of Quebec had at the same  time carried ofl' every tag from  thc green tassel of thc bell-rope  which hung over the Prince's cot on  board the Hero.  The  journey from  thc Dominion  ever,  was    bright   and    beautiful,  with plenty of blue sky, and on November 9,   thc  anniversary  of   the  birth of his Royal Highness���������������������������which'  was to  havc been spent afc Windsor with their Majesties thc Queen  and  Prince  Consirb���������������������������was  celebrated at sea during the  gale,   whilst  Her Majesty was holding a review*  and  distributing    Victoria  Crosses  to    distinguished    soldiers   in    tho  Home  Park  our    Royal  Squadron  was  dressing  ship    and    saluting,  while we observed the guns of tho  Ariadne almost dipping.    The prolonged absence of the Prince    had  caused the Queen and Prince Consort serious anxiety, and two  fast  frigates had been sent to look for  the missing Hero.    At ten a.m. on  the day of  our arrival  the  Queen  received  the gratifying intelligence  of the    safe    return    of his Royal  Highness,   who landed at  11   a.m.,  ar.d after receiving congratulatory  addresses from the authorities    ot  Plymouth   and   Dcvonport,   left by  train  and  reached  Windsor  Castla  at G..5 the same evening.    The log  of the Hero records that when tho  Standard of    his    Royal  Highness  was  transferred from that ship  tii  the    shore "three   heartier cheer,,  were never given than by thc Hero's!  ofiicers and  men, who one and all "  through thc United  States,   where j felt the parting with those who had  the Prince    was    hailed  with    the  traveled on thc deep with them fo_  greatest enthusiasm,   differed  from  his Canadian onc in being  stead of Prince of Wales.  ''By a strange coincidence,'  Sir    Gardner  Englcheart in  eep  so many    miles,  and    who, during  that  time, by their universal kind-  ires^hW^c^v^if^tiic^lfcai'ts-^f^al 1=_ ir  board."    "And thus ends," (in th*  says  words of its historian, Sir G. Eng-  _m=  FI NF RFOEiTiON ..  turn.  i)  Toronio, Newfoundland,  Quebec, Mont real  and Niagara  ilifax,  and  us  "Journal printed for private cir-  culati n," "the squadron arrived  at Portland on thc vcry day and  almo fc at the very hour on whieh  jus'. Sn years ago a British fleet of  six sail, under Capt. Mowatt, entered the harbor (of Portland) with  orders fo burn, sink and destroy  Lhe town which had just given a  hearty welcome fo the ofiicers of  the squadron, has cntertaintd them  at.a grand I. ill,' and is now taking  enthusiastic leave of thc Prince.  At _.-lf)p.m. (on October 20), we  were on board the Hero once more  and under weigh for England."  TJ-Jlv VOYAGE HOME.  And now'commenced for the.Royal party a tedious voyage of twenty-four days, with strong head  winds during the last fortnight. On  November 5 we were within 410.  miles of our de.r.lination,: when' thc  strong easterly head wind increased to ii gale, and so continued for  nine days 'more. Much of the fifteen days' coal on board when we  left Portland had already been consumed when the gale sprang'up,  and, moreover, it was impossible  for a 90-gun Hile-of-battlc ship to  make headway under steam against  tin; mountainous Atlantic sea, and  we were compelled to near our  port-as best we could close-hauled  under treble  several days.  we.  were still  .'500 . miles   from  Ply-  month,   and   the   next day on?y   DO  (lehear.t) "a record of thc  most re  markablc tour of modern davs."  -*-  ONLY THE USUAL.  He had  waited  out in   the wind  and  rain  for fen long' minutes "be-"  fore  the  door  was  opened   on   tho  chain,  and a  woman's face���������������������������to be.  polite���������������������������appeared   at the aperture-  'Good  morn  ing,   madam !"    be  gat! the street-hawker in  his suiiv-,  est tones.   "I have here a little article  of    universal  utility.      It   is  called the Marvellous Mice  1.xter '  minator, and the pri "  "No use!"��������������������������� ���������������������������interrupted  the    woman firmly.    "We have no marvel-'  lou-;  mice  in  this house; only  the;  ordinary kind." ���������������������������    j  Then  the  door slammed fo,  and1  the hawker was once more alone.  In  FAMOUS WINTERS.  1209 the entire  width of the  .Baltic Sea  was crossed by sledge.j  In 13159 a great many persons were  frozen to death .in  England.- In  1409 the Danube,  was    frozen    up  from her estuary in the Black Sea.'  In  1_69 all  vines in    France wero  killed by frost.   In  1009  and  103.  the port of  Marseilles  was frozen  reefed    topsails    for lover and there a. as great suffering  'ly noon on the 12th and distress.   In  1709 France war'  icebound from  north to south, 1,5k  ice   extending   for   miles  seaward. .  miles nearer.    The.  weather,   how- Birds and animals died of cobl oi/  Dr.  Indian  IVS o r s e' s  Root  Pills  exnctly meet the demand which so  often arises in i.vor.v family for a  nicdk-ini! to oj.nn up and regulate  the bowels.. Not ���������������������������niy are thny effective in all cam'* of ConHtiprition,  but they help (.'reiitly in bn.iV.ing  up a (.'old or __(..ripr>_ by eleaiiiiiR  out tlie HVslein ami purifying tho  bloorl. In the same .ay ihey relieve  or euro 11 i I ion sn _> _ a. ImliKi .tion,  Sick Headache.. Rheumatism and  other en mi 11 on ailment.. Jn tho  fullt'.l j-ens's of the word* Dr. Morse's Indian   Hoot IMJIs are  _    A Household Remedy  ~ tTOCKS.  e__BB_fiB_pp������������������s&\,aaBSKas^^  _������������������__.LdCROWYN^  Riombars Toronto Stock Eiohango.  _^t_ i_.������������������__t_i__*_   Write for our weekly  Safe investments (:irc���������������������������iaron securities.  Heferah tu Ktniiding to any bank.  We hare ninrert to  cur new Ijuililin,.  PLENTY OF PATIENCE.  "So you want to marry my  daughter, eh." queried the old  man. "Do you think you have the  patience and forbearance to make  hei- a kind ancl indulgent husband "  '"J don't kno.-, .sir," replied the  would-be .son-in-law; "I can button  a stand-up collar on a shirt that i.s  a size larger without getting angry,  11 ml I can button up the back of  niy  sister's blouse, and J. "  "Say no more," interrupted the  old man, ''any no more: but take  hoi. my .on, and niy blessing goes  with her."  A CO^VEMKNCBTO DTtOVKKS.  HE GOT RELIEF  RIGHT AWAY  DODD'S KIDXEY-PILLS   CURE  KIDNEY DISEASE OE El HUT  YEARS STANDING.  1.  G.  That's What They Did for William  0. Oniti, aiul Now He Says:  "Dodd's Kidney Pills arc a Great  Medicine."  90 Bay 5t,, Toronto.  d . OB ALT _II.\_.ll ANT) POIIOUPINK  ��������������������������� J cold slooki. bought iind cold. Vrop-  p.rtien iut_rporato.il and fnxnneed. Wrile  for pa'rii .ulars. V. S. llairston. 25 Mann-  injr Arc-ulo, Toronto, Ont.  i__ .-__   ., -     ���������������������������'���������������������������:  ACENTS  WANTED.  A   YOUNG   -MAN   WJTir   AMJ51TION   TO  Bell high   _r������������������ide leas.   Alfred Tyler,  London.  A  al  U...11. Ii 0! I lie Tr .iters Hank  (he   Union Slock Yards,  Toronto.  The  new   branch  of  the-Traders  P>yrik which has been opened in the ! this neighborhood  iMaplctoii, Albert Co., N. . .,  April 11 (Special).���������������������������"When 1 began  taking 'Dodd's Kidney Pills 1 got  relief right away. 1' havc found  Dodd's Kidney Pills a great medicine." So says William 0. Cain,  w _!1 known and highly respected in  And Mr.  Cain  IANKE VIEW OF DO UKS.  "] _as.se-  Looking  Exchange  Euikling  Stock Yards,  AGENTS-.?.    A-   DAY   EASY.     NO Experience    needed..     Sells    on    eight.  Absolute necessity to farmers.   Does work i week (market days), and a general  PayR   for   itself    in o������������������ie hour.    -       -  at the Union  Toronto, will prove .  great convenience" ,,b drovers who  have business on the Exchange.  Thc excellent connections of the  Bank  throughout   the  country   assures   its  patrons of a  very   complete Banking Service  at the    Stock Yards    is  Mondays   and    Tuesdays  has a very good reason for  so    emphatic    a    statement,  eight years he was a sufferer  Kidney Disease, and did not  to be  able  to get relief.  "Why, I was so bad," Mr.  goes on to state, "and  Ihe Branch 1 bothered ine so that if  open on  of .each  of 30 men.  Write   to-day,  Ont.  for  0.  _.  itself  Adams  Co.. Sarnia,  m UK NORTHERN LIKE ASSURANCE  J Company have good openings for experienced insurance' writers, also .lor  frounc men who desire to make money.  Address, .lohn Milne, Managing Director  Northern Life, London, Out.   SCRIP.   AFRICAN  WARRANTS   BOUGHT    AM������������������  .   sold.     Tuiniertiate  delivery.     Rogers  A Co., 36 King St. Ihist, Toronto.  banking  business is  transacted on  those days.  Safety cheques " . are ��������������������������� issued,  cheques cashed and deposits received���������������������������money js transferred cither  by telegram or mail to any part of  Canada or the United States.  WANTED -  rants.  Ro9fl, Scott St.  -SOUTH ATRTCAN WAR  Highest price paid. Fox &  , Toronto.  MACHINERY  MACHINERY HEADQUAREERS.   -  Iron and wood-working machinery.  ���������������������������Egjne_, boilers, steam pump... gaeoline  engine . electric motors, contractors'  machinery, etc. Send for catalogue o!  over 1400 machines. H. W. PETRTE.  Limited.    Toronto.   Montreal.   Vancouver.  EDUCATIONAL.  LEARN THE BARBER TRADE-NEW  system���������������������������constant practice; careful  fnatrnotion: few weeks complete course;  tools - free; graduates earn twelve to  eighteen dollars weekly: write for catalogue.' Moler Barber College, 221 Queen  East. Toronto.  And occasionally a.man thin]  is  being   neglected   when  his  niies' attend  strictly   to   their  business.  :s he  ene-  own  to pick anything off the ground I  would fall'." But Dodd's Kidney  Pills cured him just as. they .iave  cured thousands of-other .sufferers  ali over Canada. They never fail  to cure Kidney Disease of any kind.  Not once, but score's, of times, they  havc vanquished Bright's Disease,  the most deadly of all kidney troubles, while every day brings stories  of cures of Jiheumatism, Lumbago,  Dropsy and Heart Disease .from  various parts of the- Dominion.  Other kidney medicines may cure.  Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure.  Boston Globe Praises Their Thrift,  Honesty and Sobriety.  Neither thc laws prescribed in  Plato's republic nor the plans of  government in More"s Utopia nor  thc dreams in Johnson's  las" or in Bellamy's "  Backward" would bc of any use in  that community of 10,000 Doukho-  bors in western Canada.  Tlioir statues, arc based on thc  Sermon on thc Mount, and Tolstoi  is their prophet. They govern themselves without courts or police or  lawyers or clergy, and they save  money by doing it.  They were all but paupers when  they arrived in Canada a few years  ago    To-day they own collectively  property valued at millions.    Their  llcur mills, brick yards, stores, telephone lines belong to the community, not to any individual or corporation,   .and they are well  managed.      The  Doukhobor  does    not  separate religion from business. He  scan iis religious seven days a week. No  jono ever saw a dishonest, drunken,  Cain i profane,  immoral,   envious,   ambi-  my kidneys ! tions or even a  I would gojhobor. -   They  ASPECT OF  making  For  from  discontented Douk  are  They  shun  alcohol  Boston Globe.  vegetarians,  and  tobacco.���������������������������  "A _ri������������������a-yartf Oough" In ths ery of torture*  lungs lor rooroy. Give them mercy in the form of  Allen's I.nnjt Balsam", which is uaad with such  ood effect evan in co'_sm_ption*s early     .__������������������������������������������������������������������������  sisr uegiecta cougb.  s  "Ah, Elsie, it "is fine to be married to an .officer���������������������������such a beautiful  uniform, and so many decorations!" "^es, and, besides that,  he'ij have a band at his funeral."  GREED.  "I had a great dream the other  night.- I dreamed I met a man who  offered to cut me a pound slice of  radium."  "Whew! It's worth more'n a  million an ounce!"  "That's right. 'Want a slice 1'  he says to me. 'Yes,' I answered.  But I was too grasping."  "How was that?"  "I woke up just as I asked him  to cut it thick!"  Beware of thc man who says he  never beat any one out of a cent.  He's probably planning to separate  you from several of your, hard-  earned dollars.  totalization never comes to those  who decline to hope.  Dickie's Anti-Consumptive Syrup  nerds no recommendation. To all  who are familiar with it, it speaks  for itself. Years of use in the treatment of colds and coughs and all  affections of the throat has unquestionably established its place  among the vcry best medicines for  such diseases. Tf you give it a trial  you-will not regret it. You will  find it 25- cents well invested.  Stout Party���������������������������-"Are you aware,  sir, that you deliberately stuck  your umbrella in mv car last evening 1" Little Biffe'rton -.- "Vcry  careless of nie, I am. sure. 1 wondered what became of it, and ���������������������������  would it be too much trouble to ask  you to return iti"  If your children arc troubled  with worms, give them -Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator; safe,  sine and effectual. Try it, and  mark the improvement in your  child. -  Do. .your best and leave thc rest;  never mind to-morrow.  Minard's Linimtnt Cure3 Burns, Etc.  Mistress -��������������������������� "Now, remember,  cook, the Joneses are coining for  dinner."    Cook���������������������������"Leave-it to me,  The Jape DM It They supplied the Menthol  found iu "Ths DA I." Menthol Plaster, whlah  telisTs's Instantly backache, headache, neuralgia,  iheumatisa and sciatica.  A political boss is a man who  saves thc voters the trouble of thinking for themselves.'  fteil, Weak. Weary. -Watery- Kjem.  Relieved Bv Murine Eye Remedy. Try  Murine For- Your Eye -Troubles. You  Will Liko. Murine. It Soothes, -,50c At  Your Druggists. Write Kor Eye Books.  Free.   Murine Eye Remedy Co., Toronto.  Ii. is well enough to-be candid,  but.it isn't necessary to tell thc  neighbors all the mean things you  know about yourself.  mum.  never  J'll  do  trouble  me  .ver  worst.      They'll  Minard's Liniment Cues Dandruff.  After burying thc hatchet  some  men go out and dig up an axe.  after ��������������������������� OoM Orlve don't fall to take a tsaeyos ���������������������������-  111 of Painkiller mixed with a glass of hot water  M������������������l sugar. It surely pierouts chills. Aroid sob-  ���������������������������tltutss, there is but one " Painkiller "���������������������������Perry  Paris'���������������������������H5c. and to*.  A Pill for All Seasons.���������������������������Winter  and summer, in any latitude, whe-  ���������������������������tiier* in torrid zone or Arctic temperature, Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills csin bc depended upon to do  iheir work. The dyspeptic will find  1 hem a friend always and should  carry lhem with him everywhere.  They are made to withstand any  climate and are warranted to keep  their freshness and strength. They  d o^-n o t-=g-r 0 w-=-s 1.1 c _=a=q u a 1 i ty^n 01-  posscsscd in many pills now on the  market.  America spends a hundred times  more on drink than on education.  That Tormenting Oold that made you wretched  last whiter will nut come back if you take Allsn'f  Lunc Bal. _. when your throat U raw and sore.  This admirable remedy is free from opium. Take  It ia time.  They Soothe Excited Nerves.���������������������������  Nervous affections are usually attributable to defective digestion,.as  the stomach dominates the nerve  centres. A course of Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills will still all disturbances of this character, and by  restoring the stomach to normal action relieve the nerves from irritation. There is no sedative like them  a no in the correction of irregularities of the digestive processes, no  preparation has done so effective  work, as can be.testified to by thousands.  Lots of dreamers'make up when  the courtship ends'in marriage..   -  Minard's Liniment for Sale Everywhere.  Irene���������������������������"A girl shouldn't marry a  map till shc knows all about him."  Evelyn���������������������������' 'Good gracious  knew all about  him."  him  she  If   shc  wouldn't  Magistrate--"You are found guilty of knocking down the plaintiff,  'and robbing hiin of-every thing except a. gold watch. What havc you  to say'/" Pri.s.ncr���������������������������"Had hc a  gold watch?" Magistrate --"Certainly." Prisoner���������������������������-"Then I put  in a [ilea of insanity."  Ill fitting bouts and shoes cause  coins, j-lollowny's Com Cure is thc  article lo use. Get a bottle at once  ami cure your corns.  BE AL CH A J. .TABLE.  Tattered Theodore������������������������������������������������������" ''Sense mc,  1D0111, but J. ain't got scarcely a  ra-3. t' mc back. Kin yous help mc  out."'  Kind Lady���������������������������"Certainly. You'll  find the rug bag behind tho door  in tho wood house.   Hei). yourself."  Try th.s  Way  Your  Clothes  msom  Vou don'* have to know what KIND of cloth  your <_oods are mule of. SAME Dye for ALL-  I No onanco ol Mistakes.   All colors 10 rents  ���������������������������rom your Dnigfiit or Dealer.   Sample Card  land Book let Free. Tho Jolmson-Rlcfcordsoi.  Co.. limited, Pagt. p., Montreal^ Quo.      |  T    (inn. der    MWATUVS    LINIMENT  the  PI.. 1'  Liniment in ti .*>.  I  -jot   mv foot. Inullv jnmntcd    Intolv.   T  bathed it well witb M1NAHIVS LINIMK.VT  and it. was ns well ��������������������������������������������������������������� civ<*r next day.'  YoufH vcry truly.  T.  tl.  McAIULLKN.  Offer an excuse  like a man and  don't try to shift thc blame.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  PLAIN SAILING.  *  IN'ever judge your future possibilities by your past failures. 0  Optimism i.s glorified, intrepid,  luipcful common-sense.  Everyone will kick" the under dog  unless he shows Iiis  teeth.  There's a sip, as well as a slip,  between  thc cup and thc lip.  Truth is seldom a- thing of beau-  ly, but it isn't the truth's fault.  People seldom take any advice  other than what they pay for.  Beauty is only skin-deep, and  ���������������������������.c.me people are remarkably thin-  skinned.  Whon a woman begins to talk  baby-talk to a man )je might as well  surrender. *���������������������������  AGE OF HALLEY'S COMET.  While Halley's comet������������������ has been  identified as a member of our system for over 2,00(3 years, certain  characteristics of Hs orbit lead us  to believe that it has been with us  at least ten or perhaps 100 times  as long as that. According to a  accounts, it was a magnificent object at thc time of the Norman conquest in 1006. Its head was cqua  to the full moon in size, and its tail  _ii_r _"asccl=t _^i^variTlcTEuMengthTi?==  Why is it that we invariably hear  of a man's bad deeds long before  thc good ones'?  Where Weakness is, Disease  Will Settle.���������������������������If one suffers from nny  organic weakness, inherited or con-  tvacled, there disease will settle  when-it attaoks the-body. ���������������������������Thoro.-  foie drive out thc pains that beset  you, do_ not let 11 cold or a cough  harass Von, nnd keep the respira-  lory organs in a good healthy condition. This you can do by using  ]')i Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Prevention is the wisest course.  Husband (angrily)���������������������������"Look here,  when will you learn that a razor  isn't the thing for cutting twine and  sharpening pencils with?" Wife  (calmly)���������������������������"Just when you learn  Ih.iO a hairpin isn't the thing for  cleaning a pipe with."  va������������������ue"  r  Zain-I.uk spells saving to you 1 Suppose iiunbaua, wi fo or tjonio member of  the fn.roily BUBtains a cut or a bad  Hcratuh, whiohfo.ten or turns to blood-  Suisoning.    Result��������������������������� off work I   What  oes that mean at pay day ?   Zam-Buk  prevent*   wounds,   cut.   or   injuries  " turning tho wrong way."   Apply it  immediately, and it kill* tho poiaon  and Ntarta healing.  Thero ia another    aspoct.  If yon havo'in  tha family, eo-  zema, ringworm,  ulceratioa.     o r  any akin disease.  try   Zam-Buk  first���������������������������don't spend  money on   experimenting I You*  will have to  et, Znni-  uk eventually. ��������������������������� Do  it now; and .'  nave cost of  tho other things.  Hear these persons:���������������������������  Mr. A. M. Brook., Wellington Street.  Steelton, Out., aayn:���������������������������" If only I had  got Zam-Buk at first, it would'have  aared rae scores of dollars; aa well as  hours of agony." Mr. Brooks has been  cured of eczema. He says:���������������������������" My neck,  chest and body were covered witb^the  terrihle disease.n The itching, burning  and smarting I suffered, none who baa  not gone through it can tell f Doctors'  lotions, salves and prescriptions didn't  do tne a bit of good; and from one  thing to another I piiesed, only to find  them, uselntti. With Zam-Buk it was  different, and without going through a  long story, I can say that a few weeks'  treatment with thin (Vest _ie_!_fb������������������lm _������������������_1_1  tht! sores, ami rid ins (or good of the terrible  eczema, which had >teld au in its grip (or orer  ten months I"  " If I had applied Zatn-Buk in the tint place.  Inttead of trying the other preparations, I  should hare saved nytelf a lot of money." lo  eeys Mrs. B. ������������������. Bedw.il. ef IS7 Provenclicr  Av_, St. Boniface,' Winnipeg. Mm. Bed well  had a cnt finger, which became poisoned. Shs  says:���������������������������" It became swollen and discolored, and  my whole arm ached and throb! __ violently. I  called in a doctor and ha lanced It. You mav  imaglne how I suffered, anddesplte the doctor's  treatment the finger again fettered, aad got so.'  bad tin . thedoHor advised me to ga Into ths  hotpital. 1 (eared. It I did, they.would cnt It  off, ������������������0 refuted. One day we were adrieed to try  Zam-Buk. We left off everything else and gave  this balm a trinl. Well, it only took about four  days to draw out the _orene_ 1 Then, bit by  bit, it beiran to heal, and in lege then three  weeks from flr*t applying the Zam-Buk .the  flnzer wm lietled and perfectly healthy. If only  I had got Zam-Buk at first IT  All skin injuries and dl������������������ea������������������ee are cured by  Zam-Buk-. _>Eczema, eruptions, pimple", ulcers,  > iie*, inflamed )>atche., cute, burn., sualp sores,  chaps, eto., cannot reeitt its healing virtus.  fifto. tmx, .1 dni������������������girt������������������ end stores, ar poet free  from Zim-Buk Co.; Toronto, for price. Refnie  all licitetiom. Q  EXCHANGE, HUIIjDING  lots nnd  farm   latiils   on    cany    payment.   Will    buy    western    property,     ii.  W. Mu thews.  Toronto.  Room 11 1-2 75 Yoii|_o Street.  TTOFE fOR THE OEAF-lfl SCOUSTICOS-  |"l (.>iie of lh������������������ uui vol* nf the elnstrlcal ������������������_._.  j|n" use thrnn.10111 the wurld. Write for cula-  loeue. General Aeouitiu Co,, of*Canaila, Ltd.,  4(1 Y obis Street. Toronto.   Don't Cough!���������������������������Use  PISCf  A    CUBE  . _t 11% . KtMUtt TOR gjlWtS _������������������%M  Will instantly relieve your aching  tliroHt. There is nothing like it for  Asthma, Bronchitis snd lung  troubles. Contains ao opiates.  Very pleasant to take.  All DruKuuU, 25 cents.  QALVES ������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������TBh0'o?ie_,^u*,,"������������������  ^   feteele.iUriggjSeed Co. Ltd., To.  nto,fOn_  THE LIN OMAN TRUSS will luild any reducible  hei-iia. Emim.seil by foreino������������������t ni. ih-al men.  Write for paitictUau. Si. MNDMAN, (Keg*).  Montreal.-  CARPET   DYEINQ  ^^and Cleaning,   Thin le a e_)i<ci.iky will, the^^  British'   American    Dyeing    Co*  Bend partic-iUii* by poat and wc arc *:-,.   lo 11.iti _jr.  Address _o* (5S. Montreal.  Is Your Hearing Good?  The liEAK-O-PITON _ will givn you the  ben.tits of gnod hearing. .Send for I roe  booklet, giving particular-, and names  of satisfiril us.rn. Alao  Special Offer for a Month's Home Trial.  THE BRAND ELECTRO OZONE LIMITED,  334  Spadina   Avenue,   Toronto.  APPENDICITIS  'Cared without operntions. All who ore af������������������  IliPt-'d with thin tli. 'n.ve and wish 10 be  .enrod permanently, ..snfely- and- qnlckly-  with thlp preiit nomcopnthlc remedy,  which will he .cnt po. -pnid nnvwhere  In th������������������ world with full In. trnrtlone for  using po .if to .f_ct a'p. rinnn.nt cure.  Price   |2.   Ailtlre.s  Jehn   T,  Walt,   Homeopathlo    Pharmacy,    Arnprler, Canada.  , ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ .vv-"  ,_. "'tX.  _v^tt*j  ISSUB NO. 16-10.  AteBKALGiA,rf������������������A&Km,  TOOTKAOlS^AUi  Radwu. ������������������ Ready Relief care* the won_  paini In from un') to.  twfliii.y minute.  For Readaetie  "iwhellier _ck or  'nervoiin1. Tooth-  anhe, Kenralpia,  Kheiiraatiaru,  Lumbago, pains and weakness  In tho onok, .ilnw or kidney .  around the Utot, pleuriir. HWelllog  of the .lolnt*. and paln^ of nil kinds, Hatd-  way'R Kearly Relief vrlU In 6 tsm ffafe ul-  foot a permanent, euro.  Ravages of Consumption  ALL HER  RELATIVES  HAD  DIED OF CONSUMPTION  In the yenr 1890, 18 years ago, Mr������������������.G.  S.Cetner, ol Belle Isle, N.S.,\vas in a gad  condition. All her relatives had died of  consumption, and there was cveiy indication  that she was going tlie same way.  At this point her li usband suggested to try  Psychine. The doctor who sltcnded ������������������sia  Psychine wes worth lets; but it effected a  wonderful cure. Eighteen years after in a  letter bearing date August 14, 1908, Mrs.  Gesncrsays, "I am better than I have been  for years. My lungs have not troubled rae  since I took your treatment. My physician  told me I could not t������������������ke a better tonic thin  PSYCHINE, and I recommend it lo all who  are suffering from Lung Trouble and General Debility."  Fer sale by al! Drugj__ti 5_c. _ ,. per fcoNlr.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN THE ENDERBY 'PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 16, 1910  ��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-4-4������������������������������������������������������*-���������������������������-  ?        A  ��������������������������� ���������������������������*���������������������������** .  f Combination  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  -���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  r  ���������������������������    i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  is  Hard  to  Beat  r  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  i  T  ���������������������������  T  ���������������������������  !  Chase & Sanborn's  Coffee for Breakfast  a red:rose tea  __���������������������������  for other meals  Prices, 35c^0c  Dr. Goldwin Smith,;,  Distinguished Writer, Dead  In the death of Dr.-Goldwin Smith, who died last week in The Grange, his  Toronto home, the result of an injury to his hip, sustained in a fall some months  ago, Canada loses one of her brightest minds and most logical writers. Writing  of Dr. Smith some time before his death, Fannie M. Lothrop said:  ������������������_,"*_������������������_*i!*: _$__%$_?-  #"*_> *>.>'���������������������������_' IZVS. 7.  t.���������������������������*-...'_T. ____<__.:__  making friends daily.  I    Have YOU made their acquaint-  I        ance?    They are verv nice.  l=���������������������������==���������������������������  I        Walter   Robinson  CASH GROCER  t  ���������������������������  I  t  t  ���������������������������  1  T  t  I  BEEF, IRON  AND WINE  u  Greatest Spring and Summer ��������������������������� tonic knowii to the,  science of medicine. It  makes the weak strong/  builds up the system, and  dispells that tired feeling.  To prevent sickness is better than curing it.  A. REEVES  Drug-gist & Stationer  , ,, *_Kefr������������������ph ty Dlxo a, T .__,'  PROFESSOR GOLDWIN SMITH  The  Greatest  Living;  Master  of  Style  In "The Grange," a delightful, plain, brick ljpuse, half-concealed by the  net-work of vines that cover it, with, a wide sweep of lawn and grounds filled  with old trees���������������������������a whole city block in the heart of Toronto, hedged in by  high walls���������������������������lives Canada's venerable author, Goldwin Smith.  This greatest living master of style in the English language, as he has  heen called, has had a busy life in his eighty-one years, yet his own words  prove it has been a serene and peaceful one. "According to the Psalmist,"  he says, 'if by reason of strength our years be fourscore, yet is their strength,  labor and sorrow,' but I must say that while I have found mine full of the  first, they have been free from the second."  Born in Reading, England, he was educated at Eton and Oxford, graduating in 1845; two years later was elected a Fellow of University College,  where he acted as tutor for some time, and though called to the bar, he never  practiced. He was prominent in the two commissions appointed to examine  intof the condition of Oxford University which led to a number of salutary  reforms. In 1S58 he was made Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford, a post he held for eight years. During the Civil War in the United  States he was a valiant champion of the Northern cause, and on his lecture  tour in that country in 18G4 ho met everywhere enthusiastic and flattering  receptions and received the degree of LL.D. from Brown University.  In November, 1868, having resigned his chair at Oxford, he again visited  the United States and accepted the professorship of history at the newly-  founded Cornell University at Tthaca, N. Y., where ho lived for three years.  On his retirement he went to Canada, being still Professor Emeritus of Cornell, when, he was extremely popular with the students, who affectionately  referred to him as "Goldie."  In Canada he soon found recognition and served in a number of positions that gave him opportunity to render invaluable service to the cause  of education and letiers, and on all questions of vital political into_3st his  voice and his pen were ever ready. A long list of books on histqty, religion, national politics, philosophy and biography he has to his credit, yet a  far greater bulk of material remains in his constant contributions to the  newspapers and periodicals of his day. A rare scholar, a master of style, a  preat thinker, a fearless iconoclast, an able champion a tireless worker,  Goldwin Smith has been a mighty influence for good..  Ktitcreii according to Act ol* tha Parliament of Canada, In the year 1905, by W. C. Mac t, at the Department or Aprlcn" i*������������������.  AN OUTSIDE OPINION  Cli/TSt.  EnderlM.'  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to S  ^"^    ~~~^        _vCnin_;. to" 8_  Sunday, by appointment  Oflic.: Cor. Cliff and Coor.re Sts. ENDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block.. Enderby,B.C.  ___r_-_.-__-._S_l. >.T ���������������������������fcJWl -M._ll.f-I���������������������������3���������������������������^^SSMSSSSSSSSSm^���������������������������  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Emlerby _od������������������e" No. 40  Regular m������������������etlr_������������������ first  Thursday on or oft������������������r tho  full moon at 8 p. m. la Odd-  follows ..nil. VMtinK  brctlirsn cordially invit*..  J. C. METCALF  Secr������������������t*ry  FRED. H. KARNES  W. M.  __.     I-O.O.F.  %E^^ ^J^)  Eureka Lodsr . No. SO  Meets every Tuesday evening nt 8 o'clock, in I. 0.  O'F. hall, Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always welcome. J. A. McMorland, N. G.. A.  Reeves, Sec'y, E. J. Mack, Tion..  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Moots every Monday ev������������������ninpr  in K. of P. Hall. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  ROBT. N. HAILEY.C.C.  C. E. STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  R.J. COLT ART, M.F.  K.of P. Hall Is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments. For rates, etc.. apply  to- R. F.JOHNSTON E. .   . E., Enderby  I    G. M. N. Woods, of the law firm of  i '  Brydcn, Jack, Ross, Price & Woods,  i Vancouver, was a visitor of Bnderby  'the past week or ten days. Mr.  I Woods ivas particularly pleased with  I Knderby and its ideal position on  ! the Spallumcheen   river.   "The thing  i  I that strikes me most forcibly," said  he, "is the   woeful   lack of apprecia-  -tion^even-4)y=yoii___.owrupeople,_of__the_  magnificent   possibilities  of this district.   Tn    this    river,   you have  thc  greatest asset possible.   Why, you do  not know the great   numbers of Old  Country men    of   wealth who  would  be delighted   to   know of this place;  where they could build their palatial  homes and enjoy all the pleasures of  fishing,  boating,  hunting,  golfing and  jiiutd   driving   over   good roads   and  I through  a country  like  this. .. I  can  realize   that   your   development    lias  ; been and will be slow, owing to thc  j Indian   reserve.--being   right at your  j door.    But  this   cannot  remain   unchanged much longer.   I consider this  is the most important thing you can  | do���������������������������get thc   reserve  opened  to white  'settlers.    Tlie  question   of  reversionary rights will   this year bc decided  I by tlie privy  council,   I   understand.  ; Which ever way   it   goes, it will en-  j able some   action   to be taken.     1  | havc made a critical  examination of  jthe   district, and I like it   so  well I  -am thinking    of   buying here for my  'own future home."  which   is   high   financing.    But   the  other day these boys drove a number  of cows into pound which were being  herded by   Mr. Pound on the Indian  reserve.     Among them  was a milker  owned by Dick Blackburn, and he was  paying $2 a month for her keep.    It  so worked   upon   Dick's nerves when  hc saw "Spot" in pound that he deliberately ignored   poundman and all  and went in and took "Spot" away.  Constable Price was notified, and he  -had=-to-see-that��������������������������� the^la\v=-\vas=__spect-^  ed.   It is a   criminal offense punishable by a fine of $25  to  release an  animal from pound without the consent of   the   poundkeeper.   Dick was  therefore   taken     before    Magistrate  Rosoman  who appeased the demands  of Justice by imposing a fine of $2.50  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed  TROUBLESOME COWBOYS  Enderby is gifted with some bright  boys. Recently some of them have  been picking up a quarter now and  then by driving stray cattle into the  pound, all of which is very praise,  worthy. Thc same boys drove their  mother's cow into pound and collected a quarter, and the mother had to  pay 75 cents   to    release   her, all of  Save  Money  I wish to call your attention  to the large line of Furniture,  Linoleums, Carpet Squares,  Rugs, Window Shades and  Household Furnishings I have  in stock. Have just added  another car-load of new goods  to my already larg������������������ stock. If  you want anything in these  lines call and see my goods. A  few prices will convince you  that you can save money by  dealing with-me:  Dresser & Stand, oak finish, from $tf> to $2G  Sideboards, .... ^. ^  ^  Extension Tables,     "       " 9 to   25  DininK Chairs, all prices from 75c to 35 each  Iron Bods & Springs, from tfS.50 to .j!25.  Mattresses,   from 3.50  to 17.00  Parlor Tables and Stands, 1.50 to 15.00  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  SHOE  (SALE STILL ON)  Bargains for  the Ladies  of ofo-4- o-fof of- o-fo-fo+o 4-04-00 4 o 4-o4of o-f o-f-o| o-f of o-f o-f o-  Ten per cent discount on Ladies' Shoes, and a few  lines AT COST  of o fofofofofofof ofof Of o of ofof of of of ofofof of ofo  Special for Friday  and Saturday  We will put our Muslins on sale Friday and Saturday  at Bargain Prices���������������������������two days only.  of ofof of of ofof ofof ofofo ofofof of o f of-of of of of of o  Special Straw Hat Values  Also Summer Underwear and Light  Suits for Warm Weather  o fo fof ofof ofof o fo fo f o f o of of of of of ofof of o f o f o f o  Graniteware���������������������������Good Values  ���������������������������^fofofo^ofo^fofof-ofofoofofofofofofofofofofofo  Boots and Shoes  Something especially seasonable for the warm days.  Keep your feet comfortable and most of the troubles  cease.   Our shoes will help you.  THE POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50.  per  TON  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  t. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  Headquarters for Choice Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Prompt   attention given to orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,    and House Plants in  Variety.  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  quickly'ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention Is prolmbly patentable.* Communion-  tions strictly oonildontlal. HANDBOOK on Patents  gent free. Oldest agency for securinepatonts.  Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive  ipecial noUce, without charge, la the  Scientific Jimericait.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms for  Canada, $3.75 a year, poatago prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealers.  MUNN & Co_361Broadw-y New York  Branch Office, .25 F St* Washington, D, C.

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