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 iO  Enderby, B. C,  June 30, 1910  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 18; Whole No. 122  Brief Mention of News  of Interest to Enderby District  Are you going to Armstrong ?  Work on the foundation of the  bank block is now in full swing.  Harry Krebs returned from a business trip to the coast this week.  W. H. Harvey reports the sale of  another . property advertised ' last  week.  The .new" boarding house of the  mill company is now in the hands of  the painters.  Mrs. Ira J. Bell and son." Donald,  of Springfield,* 111., are visiting Mr.  and Mrs. W. J. Lemke.  A. Burbidge, who recently purchased the Bradley block, started his  bakery business this week.  The _ band ..boys   are industriously  Queens; H. E. Blanchard, 1st on  Campbells; any sort, 1st, Mrs. W.  Glenn, 2nd, Charles Garden, booby  prize, Clifford Greyell.  The ladies of the Methodist Ladies'  Aid .will hold "a garden fete" on the  recreation "' grounds, at which ice  cream and other refreshments will be  served, accompanied by sweet music  by the baud, next Wednesday evening, July Gth. There will also be a  baseball game, commencing at 6:30  sharp, between the married and single men, which promises to be a hot  one. With Ray Hancock and Wm.  Mack for,the married -battery, and  Chas." Schmidt and Paddy Murphy  for the single men, we ought to get  two good ball teams.    .  A very happy, audience enjoyed the  K. of P. Hall,- given in aid of the organ fund , of ' the North" Bnderby'  church.- An enjoyable program ,of  vocal and- instrumental music and  reading "selections, was .given,-and refreshments served by- young ladies in  costume. Inspite of the many postponements suffered by the Dutch, the  entertainment   was   one    of the best  else is.  practicing .The   Orange Feather pre- Dutch ^Social ..Wednesday^ evening in  paratory to wealing it'to Kamloops  "     * "  on the Glorious* Twelfth.  Dave "Hyslop ancl bride, "nee Miss  Williams, stopped off in Enderby this  week to visit friends, on their honeymoon ..trip from Moncton .to the  coast.-  - A class, of nine candidates for confirmation were received by the. Lord  Bishop, of Calgary fat. the,cdnfirriia-  - tion- service "in , St.    George's church  - on" Tuesday "evening.  A .   number . of ���������������������������" mill   hands   were  brought   in. 'from"   the.   coast   cities  this week by the A. R. Rogers Co...  -and the first night shift on the resaw  was put to work Wednesday night..-..  There will be service in thc Baptist  church Sunday morning,"July 3rd; as  usual. -On July 10th, at 11 a.m., the  Orange Lodge will march to this  church for their annual religious service.  * * >  Sergeant J. R. Sproat, of Strath-  cona Horse, "Winnipeg, accompanied  by Major C. C. Bennct, of Victoria,  aud Lieut. J. H. Budolph, of Vernon,  inspected the Enderby Rifles this  week.  Chas. Ashton "brought a stalk of  Turkestan alfalfa to town Monday, a  sample of much in his field, which  stood   nearly jour _ feet_ high,., with.  ���������������������������we have had, and reflected great credit on those having it iu hand. All  the good things originally arranged  for were given, excepting the Dutch  cheese, and it,.tiring of the frequent  delays resulting from the King's  death, et cetera; et cetera, walked off  before the performance began. An  innovation was brought on���������������������������the first in  Enderby, and-one heartily appreciated,  ���������������������������when Mrs. Gerald Neve, who had the  affair in Hand, was called upon to take  the chair. She performed the duties  of presiding officer most admirably:  In order to build up a town, the  selfishness of personal interest much  give way to the greater interest ol  the community.'   " ''  ooo  The way' to achieve success is to  deserve it���������������������������no matter what your position in the community.  v OOO  . What we call righteousness is only  a form of common sense.  -    - ooo  We will meet better people when we  ourselves become better.  OOO.      - -  We get what _ we . prepare _for���������������������������no  more, no less.  y      .   ���������������������������    "kxx>  What serves is sacred���������������������������and nothing  Fruit Commissioner Metcalfe  Makes Valuable Suggestions  In his last report to the deputy I Regina, June. 13.���������������������������Agent express-  minister of agriculture, Mr. W. E. ! company here reported two, ship-,  Scott,  Fruit   Commissioner Metcalfe.ments of   strawberries  -arrived from  makes the following observations.  "Portage LaPrairie, June 9?���������������������������No B.  C. strawberries arrived at this point  to date. Dealers here claim our  strawberries do not arrive in as  as good condition, nor do they hold  up   as   well   after   arrival as Hood  Mission   for   McPherson   Fruit-Cdro-^  pany, and were refused by them, be-1*  ing in poor condition.   Were "sold by  express company for charges. ' First  lot brought $15.00 and the second lot-*  $17.00; express charges to _>e deducted  from  above.   Twenty-five cases more  River or   Missouri,   but prefer as to ' came in    from   Mission on. the 11th;  flavor. j only in fair condition.   Twelve cases"  Brandon,   June    10.���������������������������At   Smith   &.*more came in on.the 13th from Mis-"  Burton's here I saw some B. C.  strawberries from Mission. Arrived  in good. condition, and fairly well  graded, but baskets not full enough.  Our growers generally do not fill baskets enough, in comparison with  American growers and . shippers.  Dealers here have had a number of  shipments of strawberries direct from  growers at Hammond and Mission,-  all of which arrived in pretty good  condition,* 'and prefer our strawberries as to flavor ih comparison with  thc American berries" from Tennessee,  Missouri, Louisiana and even Hood  River,'but our growers do. not grade  close enough or fill the baskets as  well. -. -' * -  Wm K ER'Ss WEE R .Ii %  '-.Published every Thunisf at Enderby, the Gate-Way of the famout Okanagan, Land of the Bis Canadian Red Apple and thc California of Canada  Entered ii. the Post Office at Enderby, B. C, aa second-clabB matter.  "In order to be poor in the Okanagan, you have to waste an awful lot of Time and Money."  II. - M.    W   A. L.  K   K   11.  rwrv  ONE* MAN'S POINT OF VIEW  20 su'culent "branches," and "the main  stalk as thick as your finger.  A wealthy colonization "company,  of San Francisco capitalists, we believe, has Dought the Carlin property  embracing Grindrod townsite, ancl is  now surveying the tract, and preparing to clear it and put it on the  market in small.holdings.  Frank Prince returned on Tuesday  _ from his _ eastern trip. _ He brought  with him the first go-devil to enter  the Valley. A motor bike is one of  the finest instruments of science with  which to educate timid horses and  make them feel that, after all, there  isn't anything on earth that one need  be afraid of.  ft is easy to claim that you have  the best show on earth. But the advance agent assures us that no flow-  cry adjectives are necessary to get  business for the -daman Players, who  appear in K. P. hair next Saturday  evening, in tlie farce comedy, Are  You Crazy. They carry their own  band and orchestra, and promise a  good laugh to all who go to see 'em.  S. F." Hartey and Thos. Philips of  Forest Grove, Ore., spent the past  week in Enderby. These gentlemen  were finishing up an extended trip to  ali parts of the Valley, and when the  great possibilities of the Bnderby-  Mara district were pointed out to  them, they concluded this was good  enough. They made a small purchase  or two, and will return to Forest  Grove to settle up their affairs there,  preparatory to coming to Enderby  to permanently reside.  , The weather of the past ten days  or more advanced the strawberries  so rapidly, that most of our growers  did not feel that'.they had anything  worth showing   at    the    strawberry  _ show Wednesday afternoon. Only a  few entries were made. The winners  were: Mrs. W. Glenn, first and special  on Magoons;   second,   H. E. Blanch-  <���������������������������    ard; R.   R.   Gibbs,   1st   on   British  w  HEN   Editor   Clement, of the  Penticton    Press,     expressed  his views concerning the public expression   of   sympathy .at King  ENDERBY is about ,to lose one of  her foremost citizens  and  truest  friends, and one much honored by  all.   On the 1st ol October, Mr. Geo.  Heggie will take the management of  the affairs of the Land _and Agricultural Company of Canada, so far as  the interests- of   the company in the  Okanagan. Valley are concerned, and  will have   entire   charge   of the sale  and development   of    the 17,000-acre  property owned   by    the company- in  are   prodigious.     Think   of bringing  water 30 miles to water lY,000 acres  of fertile   land,   then" imagine   what  it will mean when these acres are cut  up into   small    holdings,- and   each | charges.    The freight "rate on mixed  small holding to make a home.   And j carloads   from    L'ewiston."   Idaho,'is  then you   will   get' some idea of the   $1.33 per hundred; from North Yaki-  sion.     These   'were   bought by their  own agent for Stockton & Mallinson._  Some of them arrived on the. Saturr-,  day night and   by "_ Monday were .in  very poor condition.   Quite a number  of them had torbe dumped out, being;,  no" good.   Our-growers and shippers'  must-avoid    shipping   to    arrive on"  Saturday., .night    at   'any"-of  -these  points as .they.  ,will certainly suffer"  loss, if more attention is not given to.  the time   "of   shipment. "There is no,  difficulty- in   figuring   out- from-the,  time.table the-proper train and day,,  to-ship. " . -        "  "-������������������������������������������������������_. *  Saskatoon,   June 15.���������������������������B.  C." strawberries   are" -coming -in   here daily."''  They do not arrive in the best, c'bndi-' ���������������������������  tion; stock'is poorly graded and-'bas-"  kets 'not   well   filledr .This "stock is'.-  b2{fght"- for^Th^N d rttiefn" Fruit' 06/.-"  by their 6-wa 'agent at'Mission/. The .  berries .are brought' in "allC.P.R.\via V  Kirkella* to Saskatoon,  being- a Ion- r-  ger time in transit ;than via, Regina  to Saskatoon. .'Express rate by Kir-'  kella, $3 per   hundred;    express rate  via Regina, $3.85, per hundred, having  to go over    the    C.P.R.   to Regina, "  then C. N. R. to    Saskatoon,  but a  shorter time in transit.   They refused ,-*  one lot of   forty   cases that came in  from 'Mission, and they were sold for '  ���������������������������*,-?._ I  Edward's     death,   he     wrote   disrespectfully   and ��������������������������� foolishly.   There was  the vicinity of Vernon.   The property  no reason in the article, and no call  i.   better known   as   that of the Bel  for it.   Yet in spite of this, we have  today,  more   respect for_Editor__ 01e_  gian Syndicate  The_ mammoth irrigation    system  m_n_"tfi__rfor~"tlie~li"ttl_~yellow yelp- fwh"i_h~th"is~company has~been"engaged"  ing poodles in some of the" newspaper in Putting in for so many months has  offices of the province who are now i at last heen completed, and this vast  making a sham show of their loyalty ' acreage of arable land is now going  by barking at the man while he's Ito bc cut UP '^to small holdings and  down.     When    Hon.    W.    J.  Bowser  Put "Po11   the   market at $250.00 an  acre.  The company has purchased a site  on,  and will erect a handsome office building thereon for the use of the ������������������,man-  ager. and his staff, and.at some.con-,  venient point on the company's, property thc manager j residence will be  erected.  The papers undev which Mr. Heggie  takes charge of thc property stipulate a period of five years.  The selection of Mr. Heggie for this  important position is an honor befitting a man of his integrity and ex  asked for thc resignation of W. J.  Clement as Justice of thc Peace, because    of   his    editorial    expressions  nex} ������������������>,  thc   Cit>T-   Hall, in Vernoi  , ., _ , .      I   _ n _       liril I       ___*/___ 4-       __        li _  _ _ n a ���������������������������_ _ ._       ��������������������������� _l_ __       1. .. i  concerning the general mourning at  the King's death, hc did what every  sane'.Britisher .would - expect of him,  for no man should hold such a commission holding such views as W. J.  Clement, as editor, expressed. But  we fail to see why this action of thc  Attorney-General against W. J. Clement as n Justice of the Peace  should be accepted as such a dandy  opportunity by so many of our usually faint-hearted exchanges to get  a slap at the man on the ground.  Editor Clement has made many  mistakes in life, no doubt, just as  you and I. But ity is every man's  privilege to be wrong some time. If  there is one mistake in Editor Clement's career that we would point to  it was in his accepting a commission  as Justice of the Peace while editing  a newspaper;-��������������������������� In so doing he sealed  his mouthy as an editor, and did not  bring any i.considerable amount of  dignity 'or wisdom to the bench. In  all. fairness- to .the community he  serves, a newspaper editor should not  attempt to "be anything else at the  same time. If Editor Clement's fate  teaches us anything, it is that editors are not fit subjects for Justices  of-the Peace.  ooo  If you want to see your town advance, and advance with it yourself,  then for decency's sake patronize the  products of the industries of your  town. Don't send away for a commodity that you can buy as good at  home. If you do, mark this: you are  on the slide to akidoo ! No man  can long expect the patronage of the  town who deliberately fights the industries of the town.  responsibilities    that    go   with    Mr  Heggie's new position.   It is a jump  from 1300 acres 'to 17,000 acres.  But it is  a  jump  Mr.  Heggie  can  cover.  ooo  HEN 'Theodore   Roosevelt first  appeared in London, there_ was  W  0|/|ygui _.__,     .n   juvuuuil,     i.iii;i(.     vv c.   _       *. * .,      ,.   . '   __   *Z. _-,        -____.������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� __  firmaTrimonrairEbrfatt^^  kings and princes who attracted more  attention and more apparent affectionate interest than he. He was  honored and feted as few men have  been. Then came his Guild Hall  speech, in which he had the audacity  to honestly speak his mind on mat-  tors which did not concern him, but  which lie apparently believed concerned deeply England in Egypt. It  was audacious, .alright. _But.it was  honest. * Englishmen who arc accustomed to being right whether or  no, denounced Roosevelt, and disparaged his remarks. But Englishmen honest enough with themselves  to recognize a weakness when it is  pointed out, saw at once in Roosevelt a man of simple honesty and  sincere    good-fellowship.      He.   was  perience in   thc   district. _ The fifteen  recognized as   a   friend and brother,  years he has spent in the district has  given liim a knowledge of-, men and  conditions that will be of inestimable value to the company and  officers of the Belgian Syndicate. It  will be a loss to Enderby to have  Mr. Heggie sever his connection with  the interests-of the town, and a distinct gain for Vernon.  -The position Mr. Heggie is about  to assume is an important one. His  selection was made by the president  of the syndicate, who is visiting the  district from Brussels, after interviewing the most prominent and influential businessmen in the Valley.  After the selection had been made  the matter was laid before -Mr.. Heggie and he was asked to accept. The  company's officers wished: him to  take immediate charge, but Mr. Heggie has considerable yet to do in the  closing up of the Sir Charles Stepney  property at Enderby, and he was not  disposed to take up the duties of the  new and larger position until the  Stepney property is sold.  While deploring the loss of Mr,  Heggie from this section, we are happy, to know he is , not leaving the  Valley.  The plans of the Belgian Syndicate  regardless of the onslaught of those  whose pride had been pricked. And  we honor them more for it. Trust an  Englishman at heart to find the good  in a man every time. Just how far  Roosevelt was right in his Guild'  Hall speech, history has yet to prove  ������������������������������������������������������but he was honest, and he spoke his  mind fearlessly. This of itself was  enough to   win   men equally honest.  Writing of Mr. Roosevelt the 'week  after his Guild Hall speech, the Standard of Empire says: "Mr. Roosevelt  continues to occupy the centre of the  stage in London, and to monopolize  the limelight, but he does it in so  amiable a way that nobody appears  to resent it. At court, in society, in  politics, among the university alumni  and with the London journalists, he  has been a dominant figure throughout the week. At Oxford he distinguished himself by delivering the  Romanes Lecture, and by eliminating  from every portion of. it except its  title any reference to biology. And  he delivered three other speeches on  the same day, all delightfully Roose-  veltan in tone, and all charged with  that quality of strenuousness which  seems to arouse enthusiasm even in  the dullest of listeners."  "ma, $1.42 per hundred.  ���������������������������Prince Albert,  June 17.���������������������������In conversation witb the   retailers here, -I find  a strong*   feeling   in   favor of B.' C  fruit of all kinds.  There is certainly a better feeling  on the part of the jobbing houses and  retailers   towards   buying.and 'hand-  ognize we have a good crop of fruit  and they are also aware that it" will  come into these markets, and if they -  do not handle it they will have it in  competition anyway.  I am trying to impress upon job.  hers, retailers and-consumers I come .  in contact with that we havc an-'  abundant harvest of all varieties of  fruit, and that it will be to their ad- -  vantage to handle B._ C..fruit_fo_ ;.  many" reasons". "  Another   point   our   growers    and  shippers ought to bear in mind is the '-  tact    that,    although   all    our "fruit'  might be   marketed   in the provinces  of Alberta and Saskatchewan, it will-  be advisable to market a percentage  of our output irf the province of Manitoba,   for   the   purpose of not only  selling our fruit, but for the advertising of it, and also the possibilities  of fruit growing in this province, removing the impression that exists in  the minds, of some   that we are not  growing or producing any appreciable  quantity of fruit as yet.  It is to be hoped our growers and  shippers will use every endeavor to ���������������������������  put up a good product this season  for these markets, because prices will  be ruled to a great extent by Oregon  and Washington competitive prices,  and we shall be prepared to mett  them. Prices f.o.b. there, plus the  duty and any advantage we may have *  in freight rates will be the ruling  prices for same varieties and grade  of fruit in B. C.  ; The value of untaxed church property in the United States is over five  thousand million dollars. What is it  Canada?  When one individual or institution  escapes taxation, the load is thrown  the heavier upon the institutions and  individuals who pay taxation.  Fresh bread delivered to any part  of the city. A. Burbidge, Bradley  block, Cliff street. _���������������������������  GR> THE NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL HILL.  i/______������������������_i  .TLUTK!., XV   .-((.'oiit'll)  ''Really, Airs. Kennedy, this exceeds ail. _\.y former companions  . iv." I'd tn consult, me always. Kcnl-  ]y. one. Innicli'<.<I yard*, of e:irjioliner,  find a-  bliick    cook!      Astonishing,  j\l is.  Kennedy���������������������������n.stoni;.hing !"  One day he. funnel hcr gi.ing di-  reetioiiK to two ur three men who  wore papering, paiiu'ng. and while-  washing ?,ja.ic!c"s room, and then,  as John'remarked, lie seemed more  Ji. c himself than he had done be-  'fn: .   sinco Ii i.s last marriage,.  "If Maude is going to be blind."  h". said, "il can make no difference  with her how her chamber looks,  ami "'tis a maxim of mine to let well  enough alone.'"''  "J. wish you would cure yourself:  oi! those disagreeable maxims," j  was the lady's cool reply, as, ste])-)  ping to the head of thc stairs, she!  "bade John "bring uji the carpet, j  if  it  were whipped enough." j  "Allow me to ask what you avc ���������������������������  going lo do with it?'' said thc doc-!  lor us-from lhe windows he saw!  the back parlor carpet swinging on I  'the line. j  "Why. 1 told you l was going to j  'fit up Maude's vr.orn. Sho is com-j  i';g home in a week, you know, and j  .1 am preparing a surprise. I have j  ordered a few pieces of light fur-!  i.ituvc from tlie cabinet-maker, and!  1 think her chamber would look i  nicely if tlie walls were only a lit-i  'De higher.   They can't be raised, J. j  suppose ?"  She was perfectly collected, and  no queen on her throne ever issued  her orders with greater confidence  in their bi _ng obc.ve d : and when,  that night. .he .aid to her husband.  "These men must have their pay,"  lie had no alternative but to open  'his purse and give her what shc  asked. Thus it waa with everything. Hers was the ruling spirit/  and struggle as he would, the doctor was always compelled to submit.  CHAPTER XVJ.  A!nude's chamber was ready at,  1 .st, and very inviting it looked w-th !  its coat of fresh paint., its cheerful .  paper, bright carpet, handsome;  bedstead, marble wash.sland. and !  mahogany bureau, on which were I  nrianged various little articles for |  the toilet. The doctor rubbed his !  hands and tried to seem pleased.  when his wife, passing her arm in  In.;, led' hiin to the room, wliich she  compelled hirn  lo admire.  "It was all very nice." he said,  "but- wholly unnecessary for a  libnd girl.   What   was the   price of   I i. :���������������������������-*.__.-l. ..l ,i i ... i.: l.,.,.,].  ���������������������������l-l iTTT-i Iii":���������������������������rr.-_i.i-;���������������������������I Siryrl rg���������������������������jT. _���������������������������i L Irll Ir  upon   the bedstead.  "Only twenty-five dollars. Wasn't,  it, cheap," and lhe wicked black |  eye" duuet 1! wilh merriment at-the!  loud  groan    which    \-ueee, .led  ihe  ciejjf over him. and wheeling his  ehaii* lo the window of her room,  he looked anxiously at- her. as with  '..din's asbistan.e. .-.li*. alighted front  tli > carriage.  "If she walks alone. I shall know  she is not very blind," he said, ami  with clasped hands he watched hcr  intently as die came slowly toward  tli" house with Nellie: a little in advance.  "..enrer and nearer she came���������������������������her  foot  rested on  the withered violets  v.:hieh grew outside tlio  walk,  and  h'T ham!  groped in  (he empty air.  " .he's blind���������������������������she's   blind,"  said  Louis, and with a moaning cry, he  l.'tul his head  upon  the broad arm  of his chair, sobbing most bitterly.  Meantime    below    there    was a  j si range interview between the new  I mcther   and   her   children,   Maude  : Glcndowcr clasping   her  namesake,  I in .her arms, and weeping over her  1 as she had never  wept before but  jci.ee, and that when the moonlight  j shone upon hcr sitting by a distant  I grave.    .Pushing back   the  clustcr-  | ing curls,, shc kissed the open brow  i and looked into the soft black eyes  with   a burning  gaze,   which  penetrated   tho  shadowy   darkness   and  brought a, Mush to the cheek of the  young girl.  "Maude Ivemingi.n ! Maude Kem-  ington !'*'" she said, dwelling long  upon the latter name, "the sight of  you affects me painfully, you are  so like one 1 have lost, j. shall  love yoti. Maude .Remington, fur  the sake of tlie dead, and you, too,  must love me, and call me mother  ���������������������������will you V  Though fading fast, the light was  not yet quenched in Maude's eyes,  and. vcry wistfully she scanned the  face of the speaker, while her hands  moved caressingly over each feature, as she said. "I will love you.,  beautiful ludy, though you can never be tu me what my gentle mother  was."  At the sound of (hat voice, Maude  G'enclower started suddenly, and  turning,aside, so.ber. words could  i.ei. be heard, she murmured sadly. ".'Roth father and child prefer  her l.o mc.'"���������������������������then recollecting hcr-  '���������������������������'I,  sister,   I,"  and hushing   his  ov. " great, sorrow, the crippled boy  comforted  (he weeping girl just as  she had once, comforted him, when  in tiie quiet graveyard he- had lain  hirn down in the long,  rank grass,  and     wished    that    he  might  die.  "Pa's new wife  will cave for you,  l.i*e " he  said.    "She's a beautiful  woman. Alaude, and a good one,  I'i-ain   sure,   for she cried   so'hard  over mother's grave, and her voice  'was so gentle when, just as though  I she had known our mother, she  j.iiici,   "Darling    Malty.   I    will be  kind to your children.'''  "Ah.  that  I  will���������������������������-I will,"  came  faintly from the hall without,  I where Alaude Gl end ower stood,  ill.:- eyes riveted upon the upturned  , face of Alaude, and her whole body  'swelling with emotion.  I \*  |    .Hearing her husband's voice be-  j low,   she glided   down     the stairs,  j leaving  Louis    and    Maude  really  alone.  '"'Sister," said Louis, after a moment, "what of Air. De Vere'. Is  he true to the last."  T  have  released  him,"  answer- i . _       . .   .  -ed  Maude.     "T a.m nothing to him | ������������������> taring  no  souno   within,   fancied  a Goodness  is a delicious and fragrant blend of the finest C������������������ylon Tea.  Get a package from your grocer and enjoy its excellent qualities.  uive been on the morrow, shc gave  no  outward  token,  and,  with   hev  accustomed smile,  bade thc family  good night.      The    next   morning  mis went often to her door, and.  'now,"   and  very    cnJmJv   she  pi _-lsJ,;i  wus keeping,  until at last,  as  Icoeded   fo    tell    him    of  the night j l"c cloc:k Htnick Iunc" ^ ventured  ;'v.*hen she'had .said to Mr. De Vere, Ito 6������������������ H1     ,4 ���������������������������J"  '-    -"-'  j'"'jYIy  money  is gone���������������������������niy sight    is  j going  too,   and  "I    give    you  back  ���������������������������ycur troth, making you free to marry  another,  _.ellic, if you  choose.  it* > i _���������������������������  j Sho is better suited to you  than I  ��������������������������� have ever been."  I    "He will    marry her,  I think,"  Maude  said,  and looking into her  :calm, unruffled face, Louis felt sure  : that she had outlived her love for  ; one  who  had    proved    himself  as  '/i.kle as J. C. De Vere.  i    "And what of James?" he asked.  !'"'Is hc still in New Orleans ."  !    "'He is," answered Alaude.    "He  has a large wholesale establishment  there,  and as  oue  ui' the partners  is sick, he has taken his' place  for  ! the winter.   He wrote to his cousin  : often,   bidding   him     spare  no  expense  for me, and offering to pay  ��������������������������� the bills if J.  C. was not able."  i. _ ~_ ,*,. Maude was awake, and  'advancing to her side, hc bade her  'a ''Merry Christmas,''' playfully  chiding her the while for having  slept so late.' A wild, startled expression flashed over her face, as  sh-.. said: "Late. 'Louis! is it  morning, then ? T ve watched so  lonij  io see the light?"  Louis did"  not    understand her,  arid   he   answered,   "Morning, yes  ������������������va  Camphor Ice  "HI  FOR . I2AFS SKIN AND MPS,  gold sose s, wraseim  12   _______ Kerned.es in Tubes  Capsicum,   .orated,   Menthol, ted.  Ctrlx.  Ia _<i, CuiBplioratert, White Oxide r.f Zinc,  etc.   Kach for sjxscial pnrpcacs.   Write ior  ]_ee Vaseline !ioo_.  OH������������������SE__OUCH MFC. CO. (Con������������������'d)  37B Craig St. W��������������������������� Manttenl  1 _.    y _.  The sunshine is streaming into the  room'.'    Don't you see it "  "Sunshine!"   and  Maude's    lips   ingly.  quivered   with   fcav,   as   springing  from    her    pillow,  she    whispered  faintly, "Lead me to thc window  wish should be gratified.  "Then give me back my sight,  oh, give me baek my sight," Maude  clasped her mother's hands iraplor-  Poor Maude!" seemed t-o be the  sentiment of the whole household,  and  Nellie herself said it manv  a-  _? ^- *������������������ _������������������      jiiv       *v       -._.-_'        . ���������������������������   .   .������������������������������������    _i w   it   . j     ���������������������������_iii_i i'    _ Ail. u  _  i    .   _ij Ol-vJ.4        J   _"        (JJIVLI   r i'  He complied with hev request, S time, an wiih unwonted tendeme:.  watching her curiously as she laid , she caressed the unfortunate girl,  both hands in the warm sunshine, j fearing the while lest shc had done  and shone upon her raven hair, i her a wrong, for sho did not then  She felt- what shc could not see, and ; understand the nature of Maude's  Li'iiis   Kennedy  never    forgot   the'feeling for, J. C. De Vere, to whom  to be assisted by her. ,   .  j   "The wind hurt my c.vcs~-they will j ,urll,J |,t;������������������. ,11(?'  :bc  better-   to-morrow,"  she    said, j "hud ��������������������������� '  'and. with her old sunny smile, she1,        - - . ,__._    ���������������������������.   ..    ! greeted  her   stepfalher,   and   then ���������������������������* *rig-Jitcn me, and there may be some i posed to Maude, was only too mud  i tinned  to Hannah and'John,  who  hr.pc yet." ,,.'',    | P^sed to answer Yes.    And when  insisted  upon an early day,  J'm  blind!  oh,  I'm j be  his "wife.     And  Nellie,   Forget-  I ting her"  assertion   that she  would  look    so.    sister.      You | never marrv one who had first pvo-  ch  had  come in   to see her  "Hope',-"  she    repeated  bitterly, j J   C.   insisted  upon an early  there i.s no hope but death."        j she named the  fifth of March,  her  "Maude, once in  the    vcry spot' twentieth birthday.    Very conipos-  l.ut alas for the delusion !     The  morrow   brought  no  improvement,. ,.,���������������������������-. -        ,  I neither the next dav. nor the next. I where mother is lying now, you:edIy Maude listened lo the news,  'and a's thc world grew dim, there ��������������������������� Sil3'1'- hecause I was a cripple, you,'and then as composedly replied,  '<.rept into'her heart a sense' of ut-! v;ulll(-1  lovo me all  the more.    Y.-u   "1  am  truly glad,   und trust   you  iter desolation, which neither the  | tender love of Maude Glen dower,  ! nol" yet thc   untiring    devotion  of  self,   slie  offered  her  hand To  the H'-0������������������i!S- could in any  degree  dispel.  wondering .Nellie, saying, "Your  sister's misfortune nr_isi be an excuse for devoting so much time to  h*:*, when you. as niy eldest daughter, were entitled to mv first attention."  Her stepmother's evident prefer-  er.ct. for Maude hud greatly offend-  (d ihe selli. i Nellie, who c<. dJ'y  answered. "'Don't trouble yourself,  madam, k's not. of Ihe least con-  soijiience._ But where isjny faUier?  Christinas eve came at last, and  if she thought of what was once to  WHY YOU ARE THIN;  HOW TO GET FLESHY.  j. i_-_. st������������������s Causes of Thinness ..nd  J <;ive.. New Method of .Ine.-easing  i Weight and Konndiii},' Out the  Form.  answer.  "'T'.venty-liv.-'    du'lars, .'���������������������������'    he    exclaimed. "Why,    tl.e     b������������������_lsu-acl  Malty and     I  slept    on    for seven  -yi.-irs only cnvi tlirr'-.-iukI it is now  as good  us new."  * * Mist- times have changed." .aid,  the lady. " liveryl-ndy lias nicer j  things: besides, du vmi know pco-i  )de used In talk dreadfully a I. ml ,  n. man <>i \<>wr siainling being so]  sling\. Hut I iiavr- dune ruiiMder !  >iI>Jt toward cii'i-i'c! \\\u thai imi;r<'s-J  hi ii. Ymu ain'l -lingy. r.nd in i  pi ml' nf ii, you'll gi\ i' ine lifl-y i-'-nl .!  to bn\ colo::ric I'm* ilii*-.'" And :���������������������������._������������������������������������������������������,'  . .ok uji a b-'itiH ifti! bo! 1 io *\ hieh  y[\,i-.<\   upon   ifn-   bureau. j  The doctor had i-uf  lifty cents in I  <,h:iii_rij. bni a dollar bill would *-;iii j  licr  ������������������������������������������������������.uvtU   a1*,  well,   slu-  *-aid.  and;  .secretly  oxulling    in    lu r  mastery j  over (lie .-i-if willed lyranl. she suf- I  fered him In d"paii. sa\ing tn hjm-  .;(!',   as  he     deM'ciided    the  si air,  "Tweti(y-li\e  doliar.-   for   one  bedstead.     I   won'!   stand   it!     I'll   do  _i.*methin_ !"'"  "What are vnii .-aying.  deai*: ' a,  jiiflodious   \nier-   cailnd   after   hiin.  Nellie's last let Ier had l>eeu ra- j  iht.M' (.'Mcouraging. and Mamie, her-j  _;e!f ha<l appmided hor name al its J  <;li.se. The v. riling vas I rciiiulntr.- t  . ane' iii'cerlai'i. but. ii brought hope j  1<< the he.'in of the, broiher, wh-o !  }i.'i'.i never reallv bclievr'd il pos- ;  /���������������������������:ible for hi1-' .isf.er to fu* blind. Verv :  re:--| ie*:s lie j-eerued on t.le-- d*iy wiieii \  .he was expeefci'!. and when, jii.'-t;  ;is lh-'- Min wa:-* setrinL'. the carriage j  di''\e   to the gate, a faint  sicklies**;  Tie   wil J  welcome me,   I   am sure  Although unwilling, usually, to  be led, -Maude yielded now. and  suffered her:-.clf n> be conducted to  the chamber when.' Louis watched  for her coming. She could see  enough io know there was a change  and clasping her companion's hand,  she said, "J am surely indebted to  you fur ih i.s surprise."  '���������������������������.Maude. '.Maude .'" and ihe (one:,  of Louis' voice trembled wilh joy.  ai si retching Iiis arms towaid hcr,  he cried,  '" Vou  can vec."  (iuided more by the sound ihan  by actual vision, Maude Hew like  lightning In hi-; side, and kneeling  bi fen* hini. hiil her face in his lap,  while lie licit fondly over her. beseeching hcr lo say if she could set!.  If was a most touching sight, and  drawing near. Maude (Hendower  mii.gled her lours wiih those uf the  iiefoi lunate children, on whom .if-  .liciiiin hail laid her he:i\y hand.  Maude Keuiingtoii was naturally  of a hopeful nature, ami though she  hvi passed through ninny an hour  of anguish, and had rebelled  againsl Ihe fearful doom wliich  seemed in be appi'oaching. she did  hot yet d'spair. She still saw a- lit-  tle--could discern colors and  forms, and could tell one person  from a no! her.  '' I shall lie better by and by,"  sin'.1 said, when assured, by the  sound of retreating foot-steps that  they were alone. "'I am following  implicitly the. doctor's directions,  and  I   hope to  see by Christ mas:---  but- if I do in.  "  lieic sin* broke down entirely,  ami -.vringing her hand_, she cried,  "(Mi, brother.---brother, must I be  blind .'     I   can't --I. can't:,   for   who  more. . i-u  have kept thai'promise well,- my  sister. You have been all thc  world to me, and now that you are! lie, '���������������������������'if  blind. 1, too. will love you more, llearc."  will bc your light���������������������������your eyes, and  when    James       De     Vere    comes  back "  '���������������������������'No, no. no," moaned Maude,  sinking upon the floor. "'Nobody  will care for me. Nobody will love  a blind girl: oh, is it wicked to wish  will i*,ir  Maude  tre  for  poor,  blind,   helpless; twocn   meals  rl*J'... _ ri j)( i?_T;Yi. oni [il islM^\\rorulcrs  i  A treatment which anyone can  prepare cheaply at. home, has been  found io increase the weight, improve the health, round out scraw-  jny figures, improve the bust,  I brighten the eyes and put new color  'into the cheeks and lipj: of anyone  j who is too thin and bloodless. It  11" uf:- ilesh mi those who have been  j . I w a y.. thin w 1 i e tl i or f Fo nv d i se as e  j or natural tendency ; on thotjc who  ���������������������������by heavy eating and diet have in  [viiin tried to increase; on tho ye who  Ifeel well but can't get fat; and on  j those who have tried every known  line! hod in vain. It is a powerful j  j ii id to digestion, nutrition ami as-1  iKiiiiilntioii. Itas.isLs the. blood and!  ! nerves  lo  distribute-   all-over--tho  I       _ ...... i  | b.dy (*he Ilesh dements contained!  ���������������������������in food, and gives the thin person j  ilii: same absorbing qualities pos-!  I sessed by  Ihe nuturiilly fleshy. j  j    Kvorybody is about the same, but  : cm lain   elements    and    organs    oh  I . !  ���������������������������blood and nerves are deficient aud |  i until (his is corrected, thin  people'  [will stay ihin.    Tlie nutrition stays  in the body after separation by the  digestive fuiielions instead of pass-,  ing through unused, when this val-1  liable  treatment  of   blended inedi-1  fines   is  used.    Practically  no  one!  can  remain   thin   who   uses  it,   foi  it supplies, the   long need.  ���������������������������   Mix   in  a  half pint'bottle,   (lire'.1!  oui.'.ces of    essence of    pepsin,   audi  three ounces  of  syrup of  rhubarb,  Then  add one ounce compound essence cardie.I.   Shake and let slam:  two hour...   Then a.dd one ounce ol  tincture   cadunieue  compound  (nol  cardamom).    Shake   well and   lake  n.    teas'p.oonful    before    am!    aftei  meal*"-.    Drink  plenl.v of  \\..iei- boil ml    when    rctirinpt.  thai. I could die, lying here in thc  sunshine, which 1 shall never see  again '{"  There was' a- movement'- at the  door, and Mrs. Kenncdy appeared,  p!>(ia4*ting=backy^as4ie=!^_;V()^ffd=l=upon-  thi. face of the prostrate girl,Who  recognized -hev���������������������������-step, and murmured .sadlv, "Mother, I'm blind.wholly blind." \ - ���������������������������;'- ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������.'���������������������������:  Louis's grief had been'too great  for--tears, but Maude Glcndowcr''s  flowed  at once,  and ��������������������������� bending- over  she strove to  her   how  she  am  truly gJ-iu!  will be happy.'*''  "So I should be," answered Nel-  I  were   sure you  did    not  (To be continued.)  ���������������������������*-  come    back  supple, with  to us  it sat-  fhe white-faced giri,  comfort hev,   lolling  TalTela, has  again, soft am  iny sheen.  J_ very thing in the way of changeable material will be much worn  11 _i_ season.  The sleeve  with shirring is a Favorite  style only with   the  woman  whose arm is quite slender.  ==^_lrkyM=iig-_^oi'=-neu=ovG-i^Golo)-ed==sai=  lin vat.tail .appear on many of the  new lace and net dresses.  A new thing in trimming is tailored costumes of. wool, taffetas, or  vciie embroidered in beads or dull  coloring.  .-���������������������������Many .ankle length paletots in  biige, different shades of gray, bottle green, or blue, are  worn ivhere  avoulib -a!w"ays..lovediei',Ifhatl<}A'ev)--iU\\'viip-is-noces^iii'y  I  Wc*g  h before heginnimj.  CaBnacisar. Appreciation  Langham  lintel, fxindon.  Gentlemen,--1, wi sh to express my appreciation of the 3S  li.p. Daimler which you have delivered to me. liefore shipping the oar to Can..da I made a, three weeks' trial of it, covering some 1,-200 miles. The ear ran perfectly, and I never  had the slightest trouble of any kind, and I think it quite Uvea  up to the many claims you make for it:. The silence, smoothness of running, and power of acceleration on hills is really  remarkable.  My petrol consumption was HJ mile, to-the-gallon, including a great deal of'driving iu tniflic. The tyres show no appreciable signs of wear, and 1 'think it will prove light on tyres.  I am really delighted with the ear.--Yours  sincerely,  (Signed)    0.  A. ..OONE,   of Toronto, Canada.  CSSB"9*���������������������������5*���������������������������8*^  Successful  C .r of fhe  >������������������  The Daimier Rflotor Co., (i904> Limited,  COVENTRY,   ENGLAND.  ._  _;.  I  )';������������������������������������������������������  ti\  %  -i  di  4  M //  -USING PURGATIVES  INJURES HEALTH  sat You Need in Spring is a  Blood Building Tonic.  A spring medicine is an actually  .nc-ce.sity to'most pcople. Nature  .demands it as an aid in carrying  (off the impurities that have accu-  Iundated in thc blood during the in-  'door life of winter. But unfortu-  maiely thousands of people who do  Irecognize thc necessity ,of a spring  HOME. 1  I.    r,  ATTRACTIVE HECirES.  Escalloped Potatoes and Pork.���������������������������  Have oven ready at a little moro  than moderate heat. ��������������������������� Peel the  amount of potatoes needed, and  slice, place row upon vow in deep  granite dish, seasoning about every  third vow with salt, pepper, and  onion cut into   small bits.    When  STOMACH MISERY  BAKiSHEO BT "FRUIT-A-TIVES"  'medicine do not luigw what is best  .(o take and dose themselves with  harsh, griping purgatives.  This is a serious mistake. Ask  any doctor and he will tell you that  tlie use of purgative medicine weakens thc system bufc docs not cure  disease. In the spring the system  needs building up���������������������������purgatives cannot do this���������������������������they weaken you still  'more.    The blood should be  made  rich, red, and pure, nnd only alors the potatoes,'and unless thc  tome medicine can do this. Tho oven is'too hofc the meat itself will  best blood building, nerve rcstor- bo juicy, brown, and tender; can  ing tonic medical science has yet bo warmed over.  potatoes arc all in the dish, bake  ihe number of pork chops needed  for the meal and spread on thc top,  seasoning also with salt and pepper ; pub in enough boiling watcr  to have thc potatoes well covered  and place in the oven at once. With  one ugh for a family of six from one  to one hour and a "quarter is required, and is a most delicious dish  am! little trouble;  the  meat  (lav  ('di.scovercd is Dr.  Williams'    Pink  'Pills.    Every dose of this medicine  rich  blood  (This new   blood strengthens every  organ, -every nerve and every part  of the- body.   This is why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills   cure   headaches  and    backaches,    rheumatism   and  neuralgia, banish pimples and eruptions, and give a glow,.of health "to  the most sallow skin.   Men, women  and growing boys   and    girls who  take Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills eat  well, sleep well, and feel bright, active and strong.   If you need a medicine this spring���������������������������and mosfc likely  you do���������������������������try this great reviving tonic, and sec thc new life, new health  aval new strength it  will  put into  you  Sold  by   all  medicine dealers or  Cheese Dumplings.���������������������������Make dough  as for noodles, roll out thin and  take one pound cottage cheese, one-  half cupful of seeded raisins, onc  egg, three tcaspoonfuls of sugar,  pir.ch cinnamon, mixed well; put a  teaspoonful of the mixture on rolled  out dough, cut with glass and fold  over, pufc together, and put in boiling av .ter about fifteen minutes ;  take out;-take a lumpof butter,  fry, take one onion or morc,_ and  put over  dumplings.    Excellent.  Sugar Pic���������������������������One cupful of broAvu  sugar, one cupful of granulated  sugar, oncMialf cupful of flour, onc  aud one-half cupfuls of cold water,  one teaspoonful of vanilla. Pour  into thc crust'which-has been previously prepared. Cut into small  pieces one tablespoonful of butter  MR. ALCIOE HEBE RT  Stratford Centre, Wo'"*. Co., Que.  "I have been completely cured of a  frightful condition of mv Stomach  through the wonderful fruit medicine  'Fruit-a-tiv es\ I could not cat anything  but what I suffered awful pain from  Indigestion.  Liy head ached incessantly.  I was told to try 'Fruit-a-tives' and  sent for six boxes. Now I am entirely  avcII, can eat any ordinary food aud  never have a Headache."  ALCIDE HEBERT. -  50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial box,  25c. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-  tives Limited, Ottawa.  1 ���������������������������!(.-_ l 1 ��������������������������� _"*-<-^-3     UII������������������     I <l_l_ _pi___UU    Ol    >JUl_.l  by  mail at oO cents a box    or six ...^scatter them evenly over  the  ������������������_MV_i_    !**_*������������������   __0  f_A     F_������������������__i__   rPL������������������    l__,     T_.,l       . _ *'  boxes for $2.50, from The Dr. Wil  jiams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  '  ________ 4<_ ���������������������������  MAX* BE OUR GIIEA.TEST ASSET  .   Cheap, heat from electricity   and  stored for an indefinite period, the  outcome of thc Bell process lately  introduced!*  in    London,  England,  promises to be fche greatest economic: fact'of many a day.   It means  that at small cost  heat  can    be  stored, and tliat. all surplus o_i_nyy  in any water power or steam plant  can be   converted   into    heat and  stored in thc house or factory, ani  ;rcieascd as    wanted    for   heating  water, for house heating, or making ..team, raising temperatures 1 _  any  way.    It abolishes the use ������������������F  coal and makes Ontario indep'eu1-  eat of Pennsylvania or Nova Sc=*  tia     Ifc means that the millions of  horsepower in fche back country can  till bo wired to tho populated    .'  Ires for heat and for industry, an 1  never he exhausted.   The conservation of national resources and the'r  distribution by public owners'." _ is  *h_j forward policy of thc day.  top.   Bake in a moderate oven for  twenty minutes.  Egglcss Devil's Food.���������������������������One cupful of sugar, one-half cupful of butter, one-half cupful of sour milk,  two scant cupfuls of flour.-- Dissolve one "teaspoonful soda in the  sour milk. Pufc one square of butter chocolate in one-half cupful of  water and lefc come to a boil. Add  this to mixture befor<_addi_ig flour.  .Bake, in loaf or fcwo layers. Icing  fov cake���������������������������One cupful of sugar, one-  half cupful of water. Set'this on  stove and boil until it threads, then  add it slowly fco the beaten while  of an'egg and beat until ifc spreads  easily. Add one teaspoonful vanilla.  Nut Bread.���������������������������Three cupfuls of  sifted flour, four teaspoonfuls of  bilking powder, one-half cupful of  sugar, one and one-half cupfuls of  milk, fcwo eggs, Avell beaten, onc  cupful of nuts chopped/one tca-  spconful salt; pufc in two small  bread pans, let stand twenty minutes, aud bake in slow oven forty-  five minutes.  -  flcur. Mix sugar and butter, next  put in thc flour and last the yolk;  drop at a time; mix all thoroughly  and spread 'on kuchen. Sprinkle  cinnamon on top'and dot Avifch but-  t ._���������������������������; bake one-half hour in a moderate oven. This will make thc five  cakes.  Scotch Lemon Cheese. ��������������������������� One  pound of granulated sugar, one-  fourth pound SAveet butter, three  lemons, four eggs. Put butter and  sugar in jar, in ���������������������������- pan of boiling  watcr until it melts. Grate rind of  lavo lemons, then add juice of all  three, and thc eggs well beaten.  Stir continually until it thickens.  Nice for sandwiches. A recipe from  Aberdeen, Scotland.  and people who suffer in this way,  but dislike fat meat, should cat  liberally of thin, well-buttered  bread.  In stewing fruit boil the Avatcr  ar.d sugar for fifteen minutes, then  add thc fruit, and simmer gently  till tender. This method keeps the  fruit a\'hole, and it contains its full  flavor.  When- boiling a ham always add  a teacupful of vinegar and six or  eight cloves for each gallon of  -water. They improve the flavor  wonderfully. Let the ham cool in  the water in which it was boiled,  a iul it will bc dcliciously moist ancl  nice.  Flannels should bc well shrunk  before Ihey arc made up into garments. Thc process of shrinking is  very simple-merely soak the flannels, first in cold, then in hot  water, and leave them in thc latter  fni' a time (until thc water is cold).  Decay of thc teeth Avill cause an  offensive taste and breath. But this  may be obviated to a certain extent''  by using thc following simple preparation. Mix 1 ounce of vosc watcr  with onc grain of permanganic of  potash, and rinse the mouth wiih  this every three hours.  Flour should be bought in small  quantities, owing to the fact that ifc  quickly becomes musty, and for the  same reason it should be kept scrupulously free from damp. If; however, a good deal is required afc  once, it, should be stored in _ barrel, ihe cover of "which should be  composed of pieces of board, to al-  Ioav of sufficient air getting through.  _.  k-_3  ."/  m  -*-  CAKES.  family Cough Syrup  Cures Anj Cough in Five Hours.  =s_N-I2_f^RES__IlPT-10_.-H-l-}RKr-  Here ia given the most effective  cough prescription   known    to tlio  medical world.    Ifc is a mild 1 .._._.  the, too, and this is what a budv  np.cds   when   suffering  with  cough  and cold on the lungs.   A cough or  cold indicates  poisons in the  system, o .using inflammation and con  gestion.    Nearly  all cough   syrups  - relieve,- but"make thc trouble worse  l.y  their constipating effects.  This  proscription      not   only      relieves  ���������������������������luickly, bufc it cures any cough lhat  i. curable.   Get one-half ounce- fluid  wild cherry  bark, one ounce coin-  pound essence   cardiol    und  three  ounces syrup white pine compound  Mi>. in a bottle.     Take  for acute  cough or bronchitis    tvetitv drops  every half hour for four hours. Then  one-half to one teaspoonful three or  four times daily.   Give children less  according  to age.      A   few hours'  treatment will cure   nnd heal   tlie.  throat and    lung., of    all but consumptives.    Cut   this out and give  H io some friend who may need it  to be saved from an early'death by  consumption.   . _.   One Egg Cake���������������������������One-half cupful  of butter and onc cupful of sugar,  cream avcII together, add one egg  unbeaten and _one cupful of milk  (sweet), tAVO cupfuls flour well sifted, two large teaspoonfuls of baking powder, vanilla and pinch of  salt. Sift thc flour, reserving one-  halt' cupful. Sift this with baking  pOAvder, add milk and bulk of flour  .alternately, beating,400 times. Add  ihe other Hour and baking powder,  beating a little more. This process  makes a cake .as light as when,more  eggs arc used. Bake'in'.two layer-.  Cornstarch      Cake.���������������������������Whites     of  three oggs, one   cupful   of   sugar,  one-half cupful    butter,   two-thirds 1  cupful cornstarch, one and one-half  cupfuls of ilour, two tcaspoonfuls of  baking powder sifted in  flour, dissolve cornstarch in two-thirds cupful. SAvcct milk,  and    small    pinch  salt.    Filling for cake���������������������������One cupful  of sugar,    one-half cupful    grated  chocolate or cocoa, four fcublespoou-  fuls of water, boil together until it  threads���������������������������nofc too long or it Avill be  hard���������������������������then   lastly    butter    size of  walnut,  then stir \.clj  and spread  A HINT TO YOUNG lOTHEAS.  Don't Avalk up    and    down^the  fleer with a    cross,  restless child.  Nothing can bc morc demoralizing  to tho little one and it is a serious  tax upon the mother's strength and  nerves.    When a child   is peevish  and cross there is  probably  some  little derangement  of the stomach  or boAvels. and a dose   of Baby's  Own Tablets Avill remove the cause  of the trouble and enable the little onc to sleep soundly.   Mrs. AV.  Bouffard, Tiopolis,  Que.,  says: "I  havc found   Baby's   Own   Tablets  superior to all  other remedies for  curing   constipation    ancl    making  teething easy.    They,also promote  healthful sleep,, and  I recommend  them to other mothers."    Sold by  medicine dealers or  by mail afc 2_  cents a box from Thc Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont."  %6frshnmtf'ti  Spending linndredi. of dollara In  building a splendid'home or bam  and then deliberately allow it to  suffer for paint.  Martin-Senour Paint  100o/0 Pure, Preserve*  It ferfs tho hungry open port* of the  wood v .lh pure linseed oil. lead and  zinc���������������������������raaL-ingr the aurfaco absolutely  impervious to climatic changeg.  It _<_.!_ wood from dampness���������������������������pre*  vents it from splitting, cracking, from  eun and front, blistering heat and Motrin gr dust, which help tha processes of  decay and ruin. Good pure paint buys  moro than 100 cents worth of insurance ���������������������������  egalnBt tlio ravages of time.  Tho Ingredients of a pure paint are  woll known. In ihe main they are Car*  Donate of Lead, Oxida of Zinc pure  Colors, well ground by specially adapted machinery, and thinned with pure  linseed oil and pure turpentine dryer.  A building owner who fails to __c_r-  nir.o (lit great tmportanc* of lekcling On  right paint, will see his property value  decrease whilo he grows aged and  peevish wondoring why.  Notify us if your dealer cannot sup.  Ply you. we'll gladly direct you where  our points eun bo had.  -  . Refuse AS Substitutes  r^V.      Illustrated booklet,  _S?V "Homo Beautiful,"  a   and   interesting  *\    color card Free  .     for tho asking.  The Martin-Suoar Co���������������������������  U_(.l-  Montreat  Pionsert Pars Paint  I  When you want to do a good job"  of hoeing    or    weed   cutting this  spring, put an edge upon the hoe.  How much better the tool will work  anci tho operator a3 veil!   Wc despise a dull hoe, and do not own '  one. -   *:  Just as nearly a.s you can, grow"- -  all the stuff you need for your fam-  ���������������������������  ily and your, stock ��������������������������� right at horaa  this year.    One thing that keeps  .  gr.od  many    men    poor  is  buying,  what they ought to raise themselv-'  es"      ,. . .   '  A flavoring used the same as lemon or Tamil*  B_.l"_vl. . Wanulatcd sugar in water and  adding Ma������������������lSne. a delicious syrup it made and  a syrup better than maple. Uapleiae is sold by  grocers. If not send 50c for 2 or. bottle aui  recipe book. Crescent Mfe_C������������������.. Seattle. WJ  "one" pint"  FOKEfGN RECIPES.  Danish     Snowballs.���������������������������Take     two  ..���������������������������. ,  tablespoonfuls butter aud put it in-between layers on top  to a siewpan.    Set over  lire and     Spice   Cake.���������������������������Two   spoonfuls  -stii-in-ifc-fcwo-cups^of^flourr^Thcu1    "'    onc and one-half cupfuls of boiling  watcr.    Mix and stir this over the  fir. until   ifc forms smooth  around  the panv  Take from fire and cool.  When "cool, beafc into ifc live- eggs,  one at a time; beafc hard for ten or  fifteen minutes,  and in the meantime havc a kettle.of boiling lard  on thc stove.   With a teaspoon form  dumplings and  drop into-the lard  (put in  a piece  of raw potato  in  lard to keep clear).   JJoil about ten  minutes.   Then put on heavy brown  l^per to drain la rd off.   Serve hot  Willi powdered sugar.   They are delicious.  Swedish Thi'Is.���������������������������Two largo luhlo-  spr.onfiilsof lard (use leaf lard), one  tablespoonful    of    butter,   one-half  of  ONE ON UNCLE ZKHULOX.  _ "Uncle Zobo,'"' said the boy from  ���������������������������.ho city, "what do you keep in this  jack yard over here?''  "That's where 1 keep my sheep,"  answered Farmer Ashcraft.  "And what do you keep in  that  ���������������������������yiird over there1?''  "The goats."  "that's unscriptui.il,  uncle! You  fought to havo    the    sheep  on  the  richt nnd thc goats on  the lefl.'"  j    Uncle Zcbtilon looked at him uvcr  |hi_ glasses, but said nothing.   The  hoy clearly had him  there. I  cupful of sugar, uiie egg, one small  cupful of water, 2 big cupfuls of  Hour, two leaspuonfuls of baking  powder. Flavor with vanilla, roll  out, not tuo thin, sprinkle wiih  sugar, cut with a knife in a shape  of a leaf. Inexpensive and delicious.  German   Strcussel  Kuchen.���������������������������One  heaping sieve  flour,  in    the brcad  raiser, hollow the center, and pour  oue cup hike warm wafer., in which  two cakes yeast were dissolved and  two cups lukewarm milk.    Stir and  set to raise one hour.    WIumi  well  raised  put in  three-quarters  of a  cup of butter, three-quarters of a  cup of sugar, two well beaten eggs,  oiu-quarter teaspoonful suit, juice  and rind of onc small lemon, and  a little  grated' nutmeg,  one-quarter pound raisins.      Mix well and  let it raise two hours, then put in  pans lo  raise    until  light.        Tho,  Slrcusscl.���������������������������One    pound    powdered  sugar, one cup butter, yolk of onc  cg'^,    and    three-quarters   cup   of  -nr6lre"(l^ljuttc"iT7="Lu.r eggs,  suur'cream, one-half teaspoonful of  ginger, one-half teaspoonful of  clove, one-half teaspoonful of cinnamon, two'- cupfuls of Ilour, and  0;jc and one-half tcaspoonfuls of  baking powder.  Beat thc butter and sour cream  togelher, add a little Hour, then  one tablespoonful of sugar, one egg,  three tablespoonfuls of"melted" Jar"_  add the eggs not beaten. A little  Ilour i.s again added and spices arc  mixed and put in after which thc  remainder of the Hour is used and  lastly tho baking powder. J>ake  from (inc-lialf fu three-quarters of  an hour.  BOOST   YOUR   TOWN    BY   ORGANIZING   A  BRASS BAND  Information on this subject with printed instructions for ama-:  teur bands and a printed form of Constitution and By-Laws for  fcands, together with our big catalogue, will be mailed FREE on  request.  Address Dept. '* D." ���������������������������  WINNIPEG  MANITOBA  I glWIIXIAMS ?__*ft I  TORONTO i  ONTARIO;  M UK KIN._.  Ilacon Muffins.���������������������������Two cupfuls of  Ilour, two tcaspoonfuls of baking  po*wdor, ono teaspoonful of salt,  or bu.ter, one cupful of watcr.  Klavor with crisp chips of bacon  bi .ken in small pieces, bake in gem  [ill us.  Com    Mu Hi ns.���������������������������One    cupful    of  Hour, one cupful of corn meal, two  tcaspoonfuls of baking powder, one  teaspoonful   of   salt,    one   mixing-  spoonful of    sugar,  three'  niixing-  spoonfuls of molted butter or lard,  (.���������������������������10 egg, and onc cupful of watcr.  Late -Mufiins���������������������������One-third cupful of  butler, one-fourth cupful of sugar,  oue beaten egg, three-fourths of a  cupful of milk, two cupfuls of Ilour  sifted wilh a   half   teaspoonful of  salt and   two   teaspoonfuls   baking  powder, scant half pound of chopped dates seeded.      Cut   in  small  pieces.    I.alee in gem pans,  .KNOW 12. ft.  of neuralgia.  _Ol_43__j_?C|//l-tJ^_?S__^I^^,U^!^'_lL'''aLslanclsutlMyljJL,|  ��������������������������� ww _      ���������������������������and beautiTul throug-h rainorshine.  Tha. is what you w;int on your home,  Vou can't experiment.    Let  RAMSAY'S  PAINTS  do the experimenliiix for you. They  have done it already and are fully  .guaranteed. _ 'Therefore, .lake . no  risks. Vou don't need lo. Use  Ramsay's Paints for all true painting*  ancl he protected. Do you want our  booklet on house painting? Il is verv  beautiful. We send it free. Ask for  boddet "W".  A. RAMSAY & SON CO.,  I .Ubllf-he-il 1SI_,  The Paint Makers, Montreal.  THINGS WORTH  Fat is a preventive  FAIRBANKS - MORSE  Gasoline Engines  SIZES a, 3,   ., 6 H.l>.  SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR GENERAL  FARM  WORK.  They arc so simple that tbe average farm  hand can run them, and are practically Fool  Proof and Frost Proof. Send to-day for  catalogue G.K.-io_,W.P. CO., showing full  line of engines for farm use. It means  money saved I'or you.  TER MS-Special   Terms to Firmon,  The   C. N^DIAH   FAIRBANKS   COMPANY,   Limited,   MONTRE. I  Brand .Si-Torcnto,' St. John,    ..B., Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver  NAM___  AriDicr... THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 30, 1910  PRICES  Quoted by The Columbia Flouring  Mills Co., Ltd., To-day  Moffet's Best Flour, $1.65 49-lbs  Three Star Flour,      51.55     "  Drifted Snow Pastry, $1.55    "  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.55   "  Graham Flour,     -   '$1.45    "  Rolled Oats, $.85 per 20-lb sack.  Four Star Chop, $1.60 per 100 lbs  Per ton. $32.00  Three Star Chop, $1.55 per 100 lbs  Per ton, $1.1.00  Bran: $1.05 per 100 lbs.; ton, $21  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs. " $23  Middlings, $1.20 100 lbs. " $24  Oats, $1.20 per 100 lbs. " $24  Oat Chop, $1.30 100 lbs. " $26  Wheat. $2.15 per 125-lbs " $34  Barlev. $1.20 per 100 lbs. " $24  Barlev Chop, $1.30100 lbs. " $26  Whole Corn, $2.00100 lbs. " $40  Cracked Corn, $2.10 lOOlbs.'' $42  Northern Spring Seed Wheat $41  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00  Timothy Hay, "   $21.50  Upland Hay, "   $16.50  Also a full line of Rolled  Oats   and  Wheatlets for table use.  Free delivery to any part of Enderby.  Terms: Net Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby - B   C.  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. $1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  JUNE 30,  1910  WAKE UP ! WAKE UP ! WAKE UP!  Children's Red  Oxfords, Reg $1.25 85c  Children's White Canvas  Oxfords, reg. $1.50, ^QQ  Regular $1.25   7QC  Wheeler & Evans  City Meat Market  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  The best Fresh,   Salt and Cured  . Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  Private   Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs; stylish drivers; new harness; everything up-to-date and  well-kept. When you wish a rig  for a Sunday drive, speak for it  early, as my finest turn-outs are  ..y.gMlb_.__P____keiifor in advance.  /__��������������������������� JL.0  Cliff Street  atthews  Enderby  Farm '  Implements  I have two carloads of Buggies,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows ancl  Harrows, Discs, Feeders, Etc.,  JUST RECEIVED. Can give  terms on any of these, and want  you to call and inspect them.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  _, f,AS, (,s,A/iA/,',f,AA-AA/i'AUfM/t) ,;,  j     \/    ���������������������������    _   ^v    .    "���������������������������    .       '-v,-_'%,wVvv'-v/V**F_'v_'/   '���������������������������_  I E. J. Mack |  $ Livery, Feed & Sale Stables |  ������������������ ENDERBY, B. C. t  <t> _>  The reports thus far received from  J. C. Metcalfe, B. O. fruit commissioner, who is watching thc fruit  markets of the East, should teach us  one mighty truth: Our fruit growers  are up.against the real thing when it  comes to the matter of finding a  market for their product. There -is,  it is true, an unlimited market in  Manitoba and the Northwest, but it  is being taken from us by the Washington    ancl    Oregon    fruit  shippers.  The strongest organization of fruit  shippers in America are operating in  thc Northwest and Manitoba, and  for every box of B. C. fruit that goes  to any of these points, thc American  organization sends a carload. They  virtually control the market, and our  fruit growers appear to be helpless  in their efforts to meet the competi.  tion.  These reports of Mr. Metcalfe are  mighty valuable documents. They do  not tell flattering things about B. C.  fruit and B. C. fruit shippers, but  they tell simply anh plainly what  our fruit growers are up against.-  For our fruit shippers to attempt  in a desultory kind of a, way to meet  the competition of this Washington-  Oregon fruit combine, is certain loss  of territory and market. We must  have a combination tb fight a combination, and our fruit men must get  together by sinking personal interest  in the interest of all. Either this, or  enter into competition with each other in the small home market. It is  useless to hide the matter in the face  of these telling reports which Mr.  Metcalfe is sending to us. They all  tell the same story. Loss, loss, loss,  owing to bad shipping, poor packing  or careless handling. All due to lack  of organization.  It is useless to talk of the phenomenal natural .resources of British Columbia, and what a man can do on a  small fruit farm. We know there is  no better country out of doors for  fruit growing than this section of  B. C, but we must make a market  for our fruit before we can sell it.  We cannot expect to compete unless  we can show that we can produce the  goods and get it to thc market in as  good condition as thc other fellow.  Last year there were thousands  of dollars worth of vegetables rotted  on the ground in. this district and  that about Armstrong, because no  market could be found. At the same  time carloads of this same truck  were being shipped into B. C. and  Northwest-.territory from across the  line. Isn't it about time our shippers got earnestly clown to business  in the matter, and evolved some organization capable of holding together long enough to accomplish the  object so much desired?  We have before us the constitution  and by-laws of the B. C. Fruit Growers association, adopted in convention at Kamloops, April 13, 1910. "It  promises to be the strongest organization of its kind which has ever been  organized in the province, and should  appeal to all growers. The province  is divided into 1G districts. The  fruit^grov.T"ers"^inJ^r_hy"s__t"iuh^f=tlf?  province may form a local association with general aims and objects in  harmony with the Provincial association. Ofiicers of thc B. C. association are: president, R. M. Palmer,  vice-president, J. O. Metcalfe, secretary-treasurer, R. M. Winslow. It  will bc to the interest of every fruit  grower to get in touch with this association. R. M. Winslow, Vancouver  will supply all information, required.  SCIENCE IN GARDENING  .  !  _> y  Good Rigs;   Careful Driv-*  <;, ers; Draying of all kinds.      %  f     Comfortable and Commo-|  f dious Stabling for teams.     y  |> Prompt attention to all customers <|  <*> y  ������������������. Land-seekers  and  Tourists in- y  % vited to give ub a trial.                  f,  I  I QQQQQ&M44-QQ&WQQQQQQQ������������������ !>  There is science in g. rdening just  a.s in anything else. While onc man  can take an acre of land and make a  nice little fortune each year growing  vegetables and small fruit, perhaps a  hundred men working less scientifically would miserably fail. This is  true of all countries. Ancl Enderby  is not an exception.  Wc visited the market garden of F.  Waby the other evening. Mr. Waby  is a man over GO years of age. He  came to _ndei..y for his health. He  found it. The fall of three years ago  hc bought six acres of bush land  along thc Salmon Arm road, a mile  or so from Enderby. When he started the work of clearing he was told  by men who knew that he would not  live to see a crop off the land. But  Mr. Waby is an English gardener,  and he knew, too. When the snow  left tho ground the following spring  the work of clearing was started".  Vegetables and strawberries were  planted. While they were growing  the work of clearing continued. Mr.  Waby was first to have early vegetables and berries on the market,  and he continued throughout the  summer to supply the needs of his  patrons in the garden-truck line. It  puzzled many to know how he did it.  Every    summer   day���������������������������sometimes two  and three times a day���������������������������Mr. Waby has  driven a load to town.  We marveled when we saw him in  town so frequently with loads of  small-fruits and vegetables, but we  marveled more when we saw the  small patch of ground from which he  has taken his abundant crops. Perhaps a little morc than an acre, that  is all. But Mr. Waby does not waste  a minute, nor an inch of ground, and  every weed on the place goes to give  life to his profit producing garden  patch. His strawberries produce an  abundant harvest. Thc .vines are  carefully mulched with clean white  straw, and every berry is free from  every kind of. dirt when picked from  thc vine into the basket. His current  bushes, etc., arc being trained into  trees so as to keep the fruit from  the ground, ancl his vegetable patch  is a picture for growth. Mr. Waby  takes four crops a season off of this  land. From the earliest spring until  the frosts of winter he has something  ready for the market. While picking  one the next is coming on.  Mr. -Waby * makes no secret of his  success in gardening. He works in  threes���������������������������the head, the heart, the hand.  REAL ESTATE MEN EXCLUDED  The Attorney-General of B. C. recently ordered the land registry offices closed to all people but the legal  fraternity. ��������������������������� The order raised a great  disturbance among . thc ,,real estate  men, but it made no difference with  the Hon. Mr. Bowser, who said the  action had been decided upon by the  Department as the result of a discovery of an attempt to tamper with  records by the erasion of pencilled  notations made by officials.  MORE COAL AT PRINCETON  The discovery of another coal basin  is the topic of interest, in Princeton.  It proves what has been generally  conceded by geologists and prospectors that a succession of coal basins  was formed by upheavals of earth  along the east slope of Hope mountains. Outcroppings of coal from the  recent find submitted to ecperts have  been pronounced bituminous, but a  thorough test will be made when a  seam has been uncovered. Sixteen  claims have been staked.  WILL OLIVER RESIGN  Some months ago it was rumored  that Hon. Frank Oliver, minister of  interior, would resign before the next  election to accept an appointment-to  the board of railway commissioners  of Canada. This rumor has been revived and on reliable authority it is  stated that within the next three  months -the change will take place.  Uniform  Grades  AND GOOD MILL WORK  in lumber will  Reduce the Cost of  Building your   Home  more than BAD lumber at  cheaper prices. First Cost  is by no means the final cost.-  Figure it out and you will  buy your lumber of���������������������������  A.R.Rogers Lumber  Company, Ltd.  If you want to  Buy, Sell or'  Trade  A   FARM  A   FRUIT   LOT  A   HOUSE  A BUSINESS LOT  or A BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby,  Vernon, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to me.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard  Enderby Representativ  Mara, B. C  ANOR  L.   MATTHEWS.  <S__S__j*5)$������������������$>@.^  Our Selling  _������������������  Shoes  Walk-Over  Hamilton-Brown  "Made Wright"  McCready Classic  Ames-Holden  F. Slater  Every line a leader  in its class  _-���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-  _������������������������������������������������������.,������������������������������������������������������������������������.,.���������������������������������������������>���������������������������0-������������������..������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������~������������������"������������������"������������������"������������������������������������������������������-������������������._..������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������-������������������-������������������������������������������������������  1 Let us remind you of our stock of  Dressy Clothing  -the kind progressive men wear. Come in and let us  | show you the latest styles. If you do not wish to buy  I now you will please us to look over. what we have and  | get our prices.  _-���������������������������-���������������������������"���������������������������-���������������������������������������������  Rqwat's English  Pickles, 15c bottle  I   _x^<������������������x^<m><m^^  I  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  | Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  Bank of Montreal  Es _ MUh������������������l IMT  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,9.9.88  Honorary President Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA. MOUNT.*OYAE. G7C7Mrtt  President, Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, IL C. M. G.  Vice-President nnd 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 SBS^JSSSt SS_ft J  Branches in Olctmagan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDRRSON, Esq,, Manager, Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. Endetfcir  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  Marcellus Junior  (14758)  Imported Direct from Scotland last Fall, and won Cup and  Grand Championship at Seattle & Victoria Exhibitions  Pedigree���������������������������Marcellus Junior (14758): Bay; white face; four white  legs; foaled, April 23, 1906; bred by James McGaw, Stranraer,  Scotland.   Property of the Stepney Ranch, Enderby.  DAM  Melanie [16612] (14685)  Nina [16613] (8673)  Nance [4700] (573)  Lily  SIRE  Marcellus [4683] (11110)  Lord Stewart  5976] (10084)  Macgregor [44 6] (148 )  Farmer [3056] 286     7  Garibaldi (318)  Will travel and stand for service as follows: Monday morning, leave Stepney  Ranch; Enderby, noon; over night and till Tuesday noon at Hazelmere ranch  (Mr. Waddell's); Enderby, Tuesday eve.; Wednesday morn., leave Stepney  Ranch; Armstrong, noon; Knop Hill,"(Petrie's Ranch), over night and iill  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.  !' _  n  M  t. .  -p  Thursday, June 30,'lyiu  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thoughts on Goats.  Phot. ey"Topi������������������r^a_ti������������������_k  COUNTESS OF ABERDEEN  A Worker for the Good of Humanity.  A warm-hearted, earnest'woman, serene, simple, sincere and sympathetic,  -   with a special talent for human helpfulness'and inspiration to higher living���������������������������t hia  is Lady Aberdeen. '��������������������������� .... _.-'���������������������������>������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  In "Guisachan," the romantic Scotch estate in Invernesshire.Ishbel, youngest  daughter of Sir Dudley Goutts Marjoribanks. later Lord Tweedmouth, was born  in 1857." A right royal welcome was given to visitors in this hospitable home  in the Highlands, and.from tho lips-of the prominent statesmen that gathered  there little Ishbel learned politics at an age when she should still have believed  in fairy tales. When she was eleven, a young man of,twenty-one who had ridden  across tbe country, lost his way and unknowingly trespassed on the Marjoribanks  estate.' A chance interview with Sir Dudley proved him to be John Campbell  . Gordon; son of Sir Dudley's good old Parliamentary friend, Earl of Aberdeen,  and he was invited to spend the night. The love at first sight between the-two  u young people led to their marriage in 1877. .  "'.  In 1886, Gladstone offered to hisjfriend, young Lord Aberdeen, the post  of Viceroy of Ireland.   It was a delicate, diflicult position, strewn with pitfalls  which taxed the watchfulness, tact and diplomacy of the Viceroy to avoid.   There  was great distress in the country; the crops and fisheries had failed, the people  grimly tolerated .the occupants of Dublin Castle because protest was useless; but  -   soon the sunshine and glow of affection from Lord and Lady Aberdeen melted  the stolid, sullen reserve, and love reigned where force had proven worse than  useless. .Perhaps the.Countess, herself  ..descendant of the old Irish and Scotch  kings, struck some sympathetic chord that vibrated in kinship and unity. - Her  . practical'nature realized that the people should be, helped to help themselves  <t  through their own labor, not pauperized by gift3.   She devoted herself with great  energy to reviving the. domestic industries of Ireland���������������������������weaving, knitting, em-  "-. broidery and lace-making���������������������������and made the wearing of Irish poplin an essential  to admissionto.ofiicial functions at the Castle. ;      -'-_- .'_'** . -" ���������������������������-  In Canada, where.Lord Aberdeen was Governor-General from 1893-8 they  .-. endeared, themselves to the people, by their many acts of kindness. "The Countess' first effort in syndicating sunshine'and sweetness'was her organization of  ' thc "Onward;dnd Upward Society"* among the tenants, domestics and the poor  ".   on the Scottish -estates,' which  has spread   over   the-world.     The Women's  '.-'--.Liberal Federation 'which"she organized and led as.President has over 80,000  members; but hcr club work and labors for humanity never for a moment eclipse  her home, with her three children remaining in her loving care.  Kuieied iceonl.-. to Act of tho l'_rll__ient of Canada, In' the year 1005, by W C. Mac'<. at tho L_p-i.tTne.it of A . .culttii*  Seal of Alberta  ._  "The Faultless Fiour"  MAKES  Try a Sack and you will see that this statement   is the "truth," and nothing but the truth.  \  WALTER ROBINSON  ENDERBY B. C.  OVER 68 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention Is probably patentable.  Communlca-  tpteial notice, without chargo, in tha  Scientific American.  A handsomely illustrated weekly.    Laruest clr-  idlation o������������������ any  aclentlOc  journal.    Terms  lor  Canada, $3.76 a year, postage prepaid.   Sold by  - WI newsdealers.  JUNN&Co.36"���������������������������^ New York  *���������������������������     Branch Office, 625 F St., Washington, D. C.  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  Headquarters for Choice Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Prompt   attention given to orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,    and House Plants in  Variety.  Nelson district is going in for  goat farming. ' They will not be  pioneers in the business in this  province. Fernie h^s held up  her head���������������������������and noses���������������������������on the  strength of a goat ranch, for lo,  these many years.- Our domesticated species in America; in'  fact some have risen to such a  height that they have to be  brought down to the common  level with a Savage rifle.  Nelson will find that although  goats may be milk, Russia leather and money makers they have  a decidedly detrimental effect on  the tourist business. They have  eaten the pinnacles off Castle  mountain and chewed up the  tombstones in the cemetery. A  herd of 50 is now employed on  widening the rock cut on the C.  P.R. below the brewery-  Goat's milk is said to be a sure  cure for tuberculosis but a genius  has yet to invent a cure for  goat's milk.  A goat in a livery stable will  drive away vermin, also stray  dogs and delicate hostlers.  As a saddle beast the goat is  immensely popular, thousands of  Canadians riding the goat every  season. Fernie has a line of  lodge goats. that are warranted  to give satisfaction or coat-tails  refunded. One of them got lit  up on Coleman booze and ate a  bale of barbed wire. Descendants of' this abandoned creature  are shingled annually and their  hair used for fishhooks.  The color scheme in # goats is  capable of endless variation. We  have them in brown, mauve, coke  grey, heliotrope and ultramarine.  One goat in the Fernie herd is  gray trimmed. with Vandyke  brown. They show a uniform  shade of mulatto after a two mile  walk on the Cokato road in summer.   _              ��������������������������� ,'  The proprietor of the goat  ranch is experimenting with a  view, to Burbanking the head of  a Tamworth hog on the butt end  of a Billy goat and training the  resultant to' split fence posts. A  young goat is called a kid. Two  young goats are callled' a nuisance. ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������-.  A goat smells like he was mildewed. His beard is attached to  his neck. He trims it with his  hoofs while going up hill.  A goat is carnivorous. He  would just as soon eat a car as  the tires on the wheels. His  stomach makes a fine burglar  proof safe.  The goat is in a double sense a  draught animal, tin Ireland he  is employed as a hackney and in  Eastern countries his skin is used  as a water bottle.  Certain kinds of cheese are the  products of the goat. It is made  by concentrating the prevailing  odor-o������������������=_he-animaHnto-"a=_pher-  ical mass.���������������������������Fernie Free Press.  American Trade   Increasing  ' 'Most remarkable is the growth  of the United States sales to  Canada," says the Canadian  Magazine. "One must conclude  that either the Canadian Manufacturer is not keeping up with  the growth of Canadian - trade or  that the United States manufacturer is payiug more attention to  his trade with Canada. There  are only these two explanations  for the forty million dollar increase in the ten months ending-  April 30th. Trade between two  countries doesn't increase at the  rate of 35 per cent, in one year  without presenting a problem  worthy af some study. Indeed,  instead of labelling it a "problem,-" it might be wiser to  speak of it as a phenomenon.  It may be answered that our  foreign taade with all the larger  countries is growing. This  answer, however, is not sufficient. It is quite true that our  purchases have increased considerably during the past year and  a half, but that does not explain  why the greatest increase should  occur with the country with  whom we. deem ourselves least  willing to trade. We are trying  to increase trade with France,  Germany and Great Britain; we  are not trying to increase' our  trade with Uncle Sam. Yet, the  fact stares us in the face that the  United States is getting the bulk  of the increase.  **********  Here then are two movements  proceeding side by side. The  sales of United States periodicals,  which come in absolutely duty  free, increase enormously and  the sales of United States goods  also increase enormously. Is it  not reasonable to assume that  there may be some connection  between these two movements?  It is not a new saying that  trade follows the advertisement,  not the flag. This is the age, of  advertising.     Few unadvertised  articles are largely sold to-day.  _]ew< men succeed in business  without the use of printer's ink.  The advertised groceries in packages have' driven bulk goods off  the market. The advertised  druggists' supplies have supplanted the doctors' perscriptions.  There is no advertiser can "hold  a candle" to the United States  manufacture and it is because  his advertisement finds its way  so freely into Canadian homes  that his goods sell so freely in  this market. Is this not a reasonable and logical deduction?  RICH RED BLOOD  You Will Never Have It as  Long as You Have Dyspepsia  Just as long as you have dyspepsia  yaur food will not properly. "digest,  and the ' nutritious elements in tlie  food will not be extracted or absorbed, and impoverished or watery  blood will follow. This condition  may not be apparent at first, but it  will come just as sure as the sun will  rise again.  Any stomach ailment, including all  forms of ^indigestion, can be promptly  cured by using Mi-o-na .tablets, a  scientific treatment* unsurpassed.  It stops fermentation, belching of  gas and.taste of sour food almost at  once.' The mighty power of Mi-o-na  to invigorate and restore the stomach to perfect -condition is known'  everywhere.  Mi-o-na cures by building* up���������������������������by  banishing the cause. For thin people  it is a great flesh builder, because it  causes the stomach to give more and  purer nutrition to the blood., It  cures sea and car sickness- and vomiting of pregnancy almost immediately.^ A. Reeves sells Mi-o-na for 50c a  large. box, and guarantees it to cure  or 'money back.       '".        ���������������������������    ���������������������������  '  fpmWr&D. MGH-O'ME)  CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronchitis,, Croup; Coughs and Colds, or.  money lack'.    Sold and guaranteed by  Water Notice  NOTICE   is   hereby   given that an ,  application will be made under Part  V. of the /'Water   Act, 1909': to ob-":'  tain a license i_ the Kamloops Division of Yale   District,   by the appli-St  cant, Alexander   Miller, 'Bnderby,. 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 Alex-,*  ander Miller's 53-acre farm, comprising the southern portion of.fractional/  section-No. thirty-six (36), township *  eighteen (IS), range nine (9), west'of'"  the 6th meridian,  and also southern'.  portion of the west half of legal siib-~'  division   No.    twelve^    (12),* section,  thirty-one (31) township eighteen (18)"  range eight (8) west of the 6th'men--.,  dian.   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 f,  to   be   used:   the   above   mentioned ]  lands   and   premises,   comprising  ,53''  acres,   and   on   which   is   situate,  _ ,  ���������������������������dwelling house   and   other buildings:",  The water is   to  be , used for irriga:  tion purposes. k ,. "   _ '-'"J<../  -.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. V'.; /*  ��������������������������� _ No riparian proprietors or. licensees."  are'likely'to] be effected, by the pro-;  posed works either above or below -  the outlet.. ���������������������������'" " '.',' .- ,' . ��������������������������� ;"''.- ,���������������������������/*.  >' v . ;; ALEXANDER, MILLER!'  ��������������������������� Enderby, B.C.,'June.7th, 1910.: v.f;  15:  _/,-.".  > ���������������������������-���������������������������-  July  K. of P. Hall j Enderby  One Night Only,  t Saturday.  f     THE   CLAMAN    PLAYERS  -J" ' In the funny Farce Comedy,  j Are You Crazy ?  |l6  =orrT-HE-THREE-TWiNS^   CAPABLE PEOPLE   BAND   AND   ORCHESTRA  16  _  Prices, $1.00, 75c.     Children, 50C.        At Reeves Drugstore.  Qme^tialMnS.  vfjrSr  ��������������������������� _>...<'-���������������������������._. ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������:,'M''.'. .*,{���������������������������.'  You will buy "The Traveller" shoe this  year because you will hear about it���������������������������hear it  often���������������������������hear of it from the makers, and they  know everything that is in it, from the last  touch of the outsole to the top of the uppers.  You will hear of it from the dealer, and he knows ���������������������������  "The Traveller" shoe from what his customers '  tell him, and you'll buy it again because your  own judgment will tell you it's a different shoe  ���������������������������a better shoe���������������������������a shoe that not only fits, -but  always stays fitted, because the unseen parts  are built on honor���������������������������there is no "sham" in  " The Traveller " shoe. Remember they'll fit-  we have a last for most everybody.  ASK YOUR DEALER FOR AMES-HOLDEN SHOES. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  CURED  SIX  YEARS.  5CIATICA  ���������������������������XPECTED DEATH ANY DAY.  nothcr  Case  Where  Life Was  Saved and Health Restored  by " Nerviline."  We have all read and heard of thb  fouies of Sciatica, but only those who  ������������������ve been tortured by this dread mal-  ly can fully appreciate what it xuxxsi  ean to he cured after years of suffer-  It  ia  bocnuse ho  feel.*)  it  his so_!-.n  ity to tell thc world his faith in . er-  .line  that  Victor  P.  Hires  makes the  illowing declaration: "For three yi-ais  waa in tho Royal Mail service, aud m  .1  kinds of weather had to  meet    the  ight trains. Dampness, cold and ospos-  ro brought on sciatica that affected my  ft  side.   Sometimes an  attack     would  )me  on   that  made  me powerless      to  ork. I was so nearly a complete cripple  iat I had to give up my job. T was in  aspair.   completely   cast' down   bec'aus*  ie money I spent'on trying to get well  ���������������������������as wasted. I was speaking to niy chem-  ;t    one    day,    aud    he    recommended  Nerviline.'!  I had   this good  liniment  abbed on several times a dav, and got  3lief.  In   order  to  build   up" my    general   health   and   improve     my    blood I  used     Fcrro/.ono, one  tablet      with     each  meal. I continued   this  treatment     for   four  months and  was cur.  have used all kinds of liniments, and  [  an truthfully say that 'Nerviline is far  trouger,   morc   penetrating,   and   "nfiii-  :oly  better than   anything else  for i_-  .oving pain. I urge everyone with lum-  ago, neuralgia, rheumatism or sciatica  o  use  Nervilinc.    I  know it  will cure  hern."  There isn't a morc highly-esteemed cit-  seu in Westchester than Mr. Hires.  Vhat he says can be relied upon. For  ix years since being cured he hasn't  .ad a single relapse. Don't accept any*  hing from your dealer but "Nerviline."  5 cents per bottle or five for $1.00;  old   everywhere,   or  The   Catarrhozone  U>., Kingston,  Ont.   _������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������      BLUE GRASS BON MOTS.  Representative Cushman was talking  n the lumber tariff, says The Washing-  on Post, and a Kentucky member inter-  upted. "Oh," replied Cushman, "the  ;entleman comes from the glorious State  ' _ Kentucky, which produces the best  irhiskey. tho fastest horses and the most  . icautiful   women;   but   what   does     he  mow about this?  "I'm told they make whiskey there so  food that they have to blindfold them-  elves before drinking it, because if they  aw it   it would make their mouths wat-  '  r,  and that would spoil  the drink."  Mr, Stanley, of Kentucky, was on his  oet in reply. "Sir," he said, "Kentucky  'h justly proud of its horses, its whiskey  md it3 women. But it pays a tax of .51.-  10 per gallon on its whiskey and pays  t gladly; its horses are being put out of  M.siness as fast as anti-racing laws will  Io it, and as to its women, Avhy, sir,  [ want to say that Kentucky will never  ippeal for protection for her women so  ong as the angels in Heaven don't engage in a beautv contest among themselves."  And then Mr. Cushman went right en  ���������������������������alking about lumber, stopping occas.n-  rdly  to pick  a  sliver out of himself.  THE   DANGEROUS   BOBSLED.  Any one can take a loaded boh down  a hill, us numerous accidents testify,  though there are cases where the steersman is blameless. In fact heroic deeds  are annually performed by captains of  these swift craft, deeds that call for instant decision and grim self-sacrifice,  and are made necessary through the absence of rules governing the sport of  hill  coasting.  The average hobs loaded with boys on  an uniced hill is dangerous oniv to eardrums. The samc hill iced, the same  bobs, the same crew even in combina  tion constitute the maximum of fleeting  joy and the beginning of danger. It  only remains to put the boys to bed and  fill up the bobs yourselves to create a  situation in which anything may happen.  The captain of a bobsled needs to be  a steady fellow, slowly turning to muscle, who won't take chances. There  really is small range of choice going  down a perpendicular streak of ice two  feet wide, and a man satisfied to stay  in the middle is none too conservative.  At the same time he must bc equal to  emergencies. His order "Lean hard to  the right," must carry instant conviction  as to its reasonableness.  If he deferentially yells to everybody  lo put his feet do*.vii ho must be the  sort no onc would dare disobey, for.it  requires courage to put your feet down  on that shiny path whizzing backward  under you. 'J'he huge satisfaction in sitting behind such a head and shoulders  lies in the certainty that he knows his  business and will risk his life before  he'll risk your new arctics.  And right there is the rub. Why need  there he risks about what is primarily  pure fun? r._n't it about time our  towns woke up lo regulating this sport?  It is. And here, according to the Circle,  is one way lo do it.  There should be a town ordinance permitting coasting only under the supervision of a hill committee composed of  about six pairs of grown up bipeds  chosen at the regular election each fall.  Xo salary, but with special police powers and right to appoint deputies, coasters themselves, of course. This committee should enforce rules promulgated by itself or by*the police department.  ���������������������������New York Sun.  UUUH  ���������������������������of  HOUSE CLEANING:  instead cof being a monotonous drudgery becomes a  labour of love when Sunlight  helps you. Remember���������������������������Sunlight does all the work,  at half the cost and in  half the time of other  Soaps.  CONTAINS  'K0 ANIMAl������������������_o__AT"  ������������������ __ A.1Y HIKCRAL.  ,_.   -     ._    <p    _  ___***^_T__. _  ftSfi  ^55**"-"   DBUISIS-  &<_���������������������������     SORES 'SURNS-  Pllt_  PIMPLES ECZEMA*  ���������������������������RH.UMAT(S_-S-UTICA--   .  U*GS_  ��������������������������� /50RE M_03 t QACKS-CHAPPLD MAKOS/  VftetiUALLSD"roa caicKirsas.  . cycusrs.roorbAU piavibs .  **. 6 spoarsm/i cSNEamiy/  V At  AH      _.,*.     '���������������������������*���������������������������  ������������������������������������ocat\o>  AFTER  When troubled with sunburn, blisters, insect stings,  sore feet, or heat rashes,  apply Zam-Buk!  Surprising how quickly it eases  the smarting and stinging! Cures  seres on young babies due to  chafing.  Zam-Buk is made from pure  herbal essences. No animal fats���������������������������  no mineral poisons.   Finest healer!  Drxtggult und Store* everywhere.  -   ���������������������������vvmrmamwsscmnmamsBimmBmmsmstti  YEARS  Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetableCompound  Fox Creek, N.B.���������������������������"T have always  bad pains in the loins and a weakness there, and  often after my  meals rn y food  would distress mu  and cause soreness. Lydia I..  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has  done mo much  good. I am stronger, digestion is better, and.1. can walk  with ambition. I  have encouraged  itiiiny mothers of  families to take it, as it is tlie best i _ m-  ;dyin thc world. You ean publish this  In the papers." ��������������������������� Mrs. William  Boukquk, Fox Creek, N.B., Canada.  The a bore is only one of the thousands of grateful letters which aro  constantly being received by the  Pinkham Medicine Company of Lynn,  Mass.,which ^cove beyond a doubt that  Lvdia R. Pinkham's* Vegetable Compound, made f������������������.m roots and herbs,  actually does cm. these obstinate diseases of women aft .r all other means  have failed, and that every such suffering woman owes it to herself to at  least give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial before submitting to an operation, or giving up  hope of recovery.  Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn,LVIass.,  invites all sick women to write  her for advice. She has guided  thousands to health and her  Iftdvlce is free-  Sentence Sermons.  Conceit deceives only its owner.  No  man  ascend, a .hove his ideals.  livery man's life depends on the size of  his trod.  No man has any right, that lead odi-  XO NEED  OF INTERFERENCE.  The two neighbors who were passing the  littlo cottage heard sounds aa if a terrific  conflict inside and stopped to listen.  Presently they heard a loud thump, as If  somc_ody had fallen to the  floor.  "Grogan is heating his wife again!" they*  said.  Bursting th.d oor open they rushed into  the house.  "Wfcat'fl the trouble here?" they demanded.  "Ther" ain't no trouble, gentlemen," calmly answered Mrs. Grogan, who had her hu������������������-  band down  and waa  sitting on his head.  "Gowan!"   _���������������������������> ������������������   The microscope in the hands of  experts employed by th: United  States Government has revealed  the fact that a house fly sometimes carries thousands of disease  germs attached to its hairy body.  The continuous use of Wilson's  Ply Pads will prevent all danger  of infection from that source by  killing both the germs and the  flies-  _ >_>  LANDSMEN AND SAILORS.  To thc landsman the sea must always  possess dangers that to the sailor appear  only a. casual phenomena upon which to  exercise bis skill. Thc prayer book has  a sp.ical petition for the safety of those  who go down to the sea in ships, and  evcry one who vetnures to leave the  shore goes forth with a consciousness of  awe at his own daring. Tet in the intricate complexity of modern civilization  safety ou land and safety at sea have  walked by no means with equal step.  Every morning brings up some story of  death or accident on land, while the  great passenger ships come and go in  monotonous regularity, bringing no reports more stirring than those of high  seas that have kept them from making  new records. With the present madness  for speed and its attendant recklessness,  our streets demand constant ��������������������������� alertness,  if one would cross them with safety.  Speed at sea ha. come through larger  and more stoutly constructed ships. So  the familiar old story of the sa-ilorman  at sea in a storm who. serene in his con-  e.ious .ess of ample sea room, piously  ejaculated: "God help the poor folks  ashore to-night!" i.s not wholly fantastic.���������������������������I'Yom L. Frank Tooker's "Safety  at Sea" in the July Century.  HIS NEW NEIGHBORS.  (Tit-Bits.)  Harkins had lived in his new home but  a few weeks and scarcely knew his neighbors by sight at the time of his fire. Ou  rushing out of the front door he found  two of his neighbors already on tho  scene.  "I say," Harkins cried excitedly,  "will you run to the corner and give  the alarm?"  "Very sorry," explained tho man,  "but I have a wooden leg and can't  run."  Thc  other  neighbor  pressed  forward.  "I say," said Harkins, turning to his  new ally; "while I am getting the  things out run over to the corner of the  street and halloa 'Fire!' "  "I'm suffering from laryngitis and  can't halloa," said the other neighbor,  in a stage whisper.  Thero was not a moment to spare, but  Harkins found time to turn to them aud  say politely: ,  "Suppose   both  of  you   go  into     the  house and bring out easy chairs and sit  down and enjoy the  blaze."   +~������������������*   S11.00 Atlantic City and Return  From Suspension Bridge, via I .high Valley R. R.; Friday, July 10th. Tickets  good 15 days. Particulars 54 King street,  east, Toronto.  ���������������������������: ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������   FAMILIAR TRAGEDIES.  Full many a man has found,  * On wedding his affinity,  That there were others 'round  Somethere in the vicinity.  Bewailing his sad fate,  He moves amid the thick of them,  Convinced, when 'tis too late,  H������������������ hasn't pot thc pick of them.  Things go from bad to worse;  Hi* case is quite deplorable.  He gets a quick divorce���������������������������  And weds a new adorable.  Some mocking fate  attends  This luckless inuscu Unity;  Whatever shapes his ends,  It isn't a divinity.   _-���������������������������->   ISSUE NO.  28, 1909  AGENTS WANTED.  AGENTS  WANTED.   OUR MR.   MORGAN  sold $210.TO last week.   So caa you.   Alfred Tyler. London, Ont.  HELP WANTED.  A Good General Servant who  can do cooking.   Small Family.  HIGHEST  WAGES  MRS. JOHN M.  EASTWOOD,  Hamilton, Ont  ���������������������������   ��������������������������� ���������������������������       - j  FARMS FOR SALE.  Farm for Sale  Pice 50 aero farm with framo buildings;  clay loam: la township of North Dorchsster;  uiusv terms.  M.  KENT,  BOX 419,  LONDON, ONT.  BABY'S GREAT DANGER  DURING HOT WEATHER.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gents,���������������������������I cured a valuable hunting  clog* of mange with IMIN'AKD'S L1NJ-  _I _X'1_ .a i _i_,__scv _nil__y_ete_rinarieshad  More children die during the  hot weather than at any other  time of the year.. Diarrhoea, dys-  entry, cholera infantum and stomach troubles come without warning, and when a medicine is not  at hand to give prompt relief, the  . delay may prove fatal to the child.  BabyV Own Tablet, should be  kept in every home where there  are children during the hot weather months. An occasional dose of  the Tablets will prevent deadly  summer complaints, or cure them  if they come unexpectedly. Mrs.  O. Morcau, St. Tite, Que., says:  "My baby suffered from a severe  attack of cholera infantum, but  after giving him Baby's Own Tablets the trouble disappeared, and  he regained health splendidly."  Sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents a box from the  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  ��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� + ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� ������������������^  to spare  _clf-a.pprobalion  neck  is  'J'he man  who lias  no piety  has none to save.  It is easy to mi..Lake  for  reformation.  All  the stiffness in  a man's  taken out of his hack.  Piety adopted I .cause it pays costs  more limn it is worth.  It is always safe to idealize the real if  you  r"nli/_  the ideal.  A life is holy in the ini'.i.iii'c that it  mak..*   lives   really   happy.  Itesuiin-.s for to-morrow dej .nd on re-  serv.s iiwule to-day.  The best proof of n great religion is its  use on .mall ���������������������������occasions.'-  The only way to digest a. good sermon  is to do what it suggests.  TIk-. pessimist always puts his best  i-orn-f forward in a crowd.  Some folks try to get rid of a man's  faults  hy advertising them.  Vou never can ox pros, the factor of  niiin in terms of the dust alone  Every man knows just how lo play the  game until he goes to the bat.  This would be "a dreary world to some  if their neighbors  were all good.  Faith is always foolish to those who  have -their eyes in th-c feed trough.  Making    old    men  out of boys often  means making bad men out of  them.  ���������������������������    A sunny disposition-dot*, not come by  talking moonshine about sunshine.  Work for folks you do not like j3 good  training in a heavenly disposition.  The most conifortiu . truths wc know  have become ours when seen through  tears.  Anyone can understand tho divine love.  wh<Mi it is in terms of human kindness.  ITe mimt he shortsighted who thinks  he is lifting himself by turning up his  no*,   at others.  Tt is not necessary to rake over a  man's reputation before you begin to  an������������������* ihe sends of kindness,  Some men think thev are faithful 1. -  cause th*>y would nlVr fight for old  forms than face i_ w f-.iet'.  ���������������������������TTonry 1 ���������������������������'. Cope, in Chicago Sunday  Tribune.  treated him without doing him any permanent good.  Yours, etc.,  WILFRID GAGNE.  Prop,   of   Grand  Central  .Hotel,  Drummond ville, Aug. _, '04.  A SCOTTISH STORY.  Onc day a tramp fiddler was displaying musical abilities before a meagre  audience in the street of a small Highland village. Having played to his own  satisfaction,  the fiddler then  proceeded  to take up a collect ion, but with scant  success. This somewhat roused his anger,  and approaching tho last man in the  audience, ho met with a curt "Get .out."  This put him on his mettle, and .staring- fiercely at thc man in the audiencco,  he angrily exclaimed:  "What else wad I expect frae a big  raw Hicland laddie."  "Ye expected money,.onyway," replied  the man, "but wha asked you to play?"  "Wha asked me to play! Naebuddy,  but yc listened to ma music."  'Is that the wye wi' yc? Och, well,  ye can just listen to the sound o' ma  money," said Sandy as lie jingled a  pocketful of coins.   ���������������������������_���������������������������_������������������ ���������������������������   Minard's  Liniment    Cures Garget   in  Cows.  ONE QUIl'.T SPOT.  '���������������������������'This," said the. chauffeur, pointing to  a large and imposing mansion, surrounded by beautiful and well kept grounds,  some distance back from the roadway,  'is the. only place around here where they  have an absolutely safe and sane Fourth  of July."  What place i.s it?" asked one of the  pa-ssengers.  "It's the eountv insune asylum," answered  the chauffeur.   ��������������������������������������������� t ������������������   Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Coldj.  etc.  The Torpedo   in   Warfare.  The day has gene by when the torpedo can be regarded as an unreliable instrument of war of strictly limited use.  To-day the British navy is about to be  equipped with a torpedo whi_h will carry a destructive charge of upwards of  200 pound's, and w_ll possess an effective  ���������������������������=-rrtnge'-=of=ovei���������������������������7-,000=-yard3,=.w*hicluit=w.ill.  be able to cover at an average speed of  ol knots. Saich a weapon is bound to  influence battle tactics, owin gto its  range and the accuracy with Which it  runs. The new torpedo, in association  with improved gunnery methods, has already banished the familiar 0-inch gun  ���������������������������from tho newer battleships and battles-lip cruisers.���������������������������Cnssior's Magazine.   ��������������������������� . ���������������������������������������������   Minard'fl   Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  NO VACATION.  "Is your wife going to a summer resort  this  year"  ���������������������������'Xo, she'll havc to stay at home. The  doctor savs she needs a rest."���������������������������Cleveland  Leader.  I ��������������������������� s. i  w  A LA. STANLEY.  Climbing out of his airship, tho explorer  who had gone in Koaroh ot tho north polo  approached the man who was already there.  "Coruinandor Peary, 1 presume?'.' he said,  ralslni; his fur cap.  "Yes," answered the other explorer. "Thin,  I presume, Is Mr. Wellman."  "Tho same."  "Well, I"ni glad to see you Walt.   Let me  offer you a cup of train oil.    You will find _  it nutritrious and satisfying.    Oogloo,  tiring  the gentleman one of the fatte_t aud largest  tallow candles."  ���������������������������   - _ * ������������������   BETTER THAN SPANKING.  Spanking does not cure children of  bed-wetting. There is a constitutional  cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Summers, Box W. 8, Windsor, Ont., will send  free to any mother her successful home  treatment, with full instrutions. Send  ao money, but write her to-day if* your  children trouble you in this way. Don't  blame the child, the chances are it can't  help it. This treatment also cures adults  and aged people troubled with urine difficulties by day or night.  ���������������������������       ������������������������������������������������������**���������������������������**       ���������������������������-  FENCH AND GERMAN JOKES.  Simplicissimus strikes hard at all the  current events of the day, no person  being too high or no topic too sacred to  ba cut at in the most sensational way  possible, lloyal personages of all nations come in for a good share of this  sport, any small domestic difference or  scandal being hailed with almost fiendish delight, for a man or woman's reputation���������������������������royal or otherwise���������������������������is not worth  a candle's flame to these men behind the  talent on Simplicissimus.  Therefore its dividends run high, for  the greater portion of the world loves to  have scandal and other people's tragedies dangled before their eyes. As for  the journal's jokes���������������������������one can scarce recall a solitary instance when the point  could bo called a genuine bit , of pure  humor undefiled by either coarseness or  vulgarity..  Un truth these two qualities seem to  sum up the German idea of what constitutes a joke. And here is just the small  difference between the Frenchman's joko  world and tho German's joke Avorld. We  all know that few things on earth are  sacred to either of them, but the French  ideas of humor differ in one respect  from the German. It has almost entirely  to deal with the domain reign_d over by  the sex problem, while the German extends his to every topic, animal and  human, that falls under the category of  unrefined subject matter.���������������������������From "Tho  Comic .Touniaals of Europe," in the July  Bohemian.   _ ������������������ ������������������ -  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Listemper.   _ ������������������ _���������������������������  Benches.  First 'ilicspian (as they trudged wear-  _ijy.___^qg)___I____ had meh share of Jhard  luck, but, by Jupiter, I've never yet  been in the poorhousc!  Second     Thespian ���������������������������Well,     I     havc.  Zounds! I've  played  to many  a one!"   __-*   Wilson's Fly Pads, the best of  all fly killers, kill both the fiiea  and the disease germs. 7   ++-*>   Rare.  Guest���������������������������I understand that you "do  your cooking by electricity?  Waiter���������������������������Yes, sir; we're quite up-to-  date, sir.  Guest���������������������������Would you mtnd giving my  steak another shock?���������������������������Cleveland Leader. ���������������������������.���������������������������'���������������������������'  School of Mining  A COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE,  Affiliated lo Qnceh's University,  KINGSTON, ONT.  por Calendar of the School and further  information, apply to the Secretary, School  of Mining, Kingston, Ontario.  The loOowtng Cowm are ���������������������������____:  I���������������������������Pour Years' Course for Degree of B.Sc  XI���������������������������Three Years' Course for Diploma,  j���������������������������Mining Engineering,  b���������������������������Chemistry and Mineralogy.  c���������������������������Mineralogy and Geology.  //���������������������������Chemical Engineering.  t���������������������������Civil Engineering.  /���������������������������Mechanical Engineering,  /���������������������������Electrical Engineering.  h���������������������������Biology and Public Health.  j��������������������������� Power DcTelopmeut.  THE BEST WOODEN PAIL  Can't Help But Lose Its Hoops and  Fail to Pieces. You Want Something Better Don't You? Then Ask  for Pails and Tubs Made of  EDDY'S FIBREWARE  Cadi Om ��������������������������� Solid, Hardened, Lasting Man     Cfjliu'o   MflfphllO  Wfthaut a Hooper Sean   Just as Good aa    LUII) 0   IflOlbllOO  ('  I  l_  1 _  3  'i  m  .1  -. _  _���������������������������_  m  1  I .4  Thursday, June 30, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Binder Twine  SYTHBS,   SICKLES,  HAY FORKS,  HORSE PORKS, ROPE,  CHAIN,  Wire Cable.���������������������������Everything for  Hay and Harvest time  SHERWIN-WILLIAMS  PAINTS  for ho.uses, barns, wagons, carts, etc.  CAMPBELL'S   VARNISH  STAIN  for chairs, furniture, floors, etc. Try  a tin of this and you will use no  other  PAINT BRUSHES, HORSE BRUSHES, SCRUB BRUSHES and  STABLE BROOMS  We have   just   received   a carload of  McClary's Stoves, Tinware  and  Graniteware  direct from their factory in 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 maker...  'The price is $3.75 per 108 sq. feet,  nails, caps and cement included,  which is cheaper than shingles when  laid, and it will wear longer and  look better than any other roofing  on the market.  RED ROPE ROOFING  This is a cheaper roofing, made especially for outside buildings, barns,  chicken houses, etc. It is guaranteed  to last from six to seven years, and  '^aaj -bs 801 ja(I 0S"Z$ .B Pios 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.  Nails, $3.75 per keg.  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size'.,,  I represent S.C. Smith Co��������������������������� of  Vernon. Enderby.  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.  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all* contagion.  Liberal Contributions  to the Erection of New Church  Geo. Bell, recording steward of the Methodist Church of Enderby-Armstrong-  Knob Hill circuit, has just issued a financial statement for the past year. The  summary shows a total of $9,118.23 raised during the year: Enderby, $6,016.25;  Armstrong/$2,737.70; Knob Hill, ������������������ 364.28. The occasion of Enderby's liberality  was the building of the new church, some of the amounts contributed by the  members being such as to command attention and commendation. Following is  the list of those contributing, which shows how generously the proposition was  received:  ENDERBY  _  _  _  O  _  _. m  i���������������������������* _[  u _  -.      3  _&  3  C  George Bell  $102.00  Frank Pyman      35.00  Wm. Hancock      28.00  Peter Greyell      38.00  B. Brundish      19.50  J. W. Evans       49.00  S. Teece ...:     21.75  A. M. Baird     18.00  G. H.  Smedley      37.00  H.   Jaquest       7.00  James McMahon      17.00  J. Peever      4.25  Fred.   Johnson        3.35  A. Forbes        2.75  Aubrey Greyell  :       3.50  J. L. Ruttan         9.50  Mr. ������������������_ Mrs. Banton     15.00  Mr. & Mrs. Lazenby        9.25  Wm. Jones         4.00  A. H. Blair       9.00  T. E. Orton      * 2.50  Mr   . A. Paul       5.00  B. Upshall   J. C. Lucas    Rev. W. A". Gifford  ���������������������������  Geo. R.  Sharpe   E. J. Mack    A.  Fulton   :   Dr. H. W. Keith    Mrs. E. R. Peel    Wm. Jones    F. S. Stevens    A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  George Hancock    A. L. Fortune    Charlie Hancock    D. Marwood      E. Evans  :   J. Barker    H. M. Walker   F. H. Hale    A. Reeves    James Evans   Jack -Wain  ..:   Robt. Bailey    R.  J! Coltart    G. T. Hughes  ,   Newton Powell, Jr    A. M.  Schofield    Miss Mclntyre    Herbert Teece   Ted Hopkins  "  W. T. Holtby    Mr. Bush   Nellie Hancock   J. R.-Freeze    Percy Stevens ���������������������������  Neil Simpson   Organ Society   Mrs. Geo Bell    Collections    212.20  Tea Meeting    Ladies' Aid   Miss L. Stevens    J. E. Crane    A. D. Black    Iva Evans    Lecture, Dr. Osterhout ....  Sunday School    W. M. S   E. McMahon    Miss Russell    Mrs. Metcalfe    _  O  <D  $1,100.00  35.00  556.00  153.00  60.00  250.00  105.00  200.00  150.00  40.00  40.00  25.00  . 2.75  26.00  55.00  25.00  25.00  " 50.00  30.00 ,  10.00  35.00  40.00  50.00  25.00  25.00  25.00  25.00  25.00  150.00  100.00  26.00  55.00  25.00  50.00  25.00  25.00  25.00  10.00  25.00  75.00 -  . 35.00  20.00  10.00  . 12.00  5.00  2.00  10.00  25.00  10.00  25.00  10.00  7.00  25.00  5.00  10.00  95.00  94.40  131.55  87.00  250.00  .  a  o  ������������������o_  en  $100.00  5.00  5.00  1.00  10.00  5.00  5.50  5 00  5.00  2.00  _   Q3  .-i u  3.  1.00  5.00  5.00  2.50  1.00  1.00  10.25  2.00  2.00      1.00  2.00  10.00  1.00  .'.-* it  I -  . +**:  2.00  2.00  .  2.00, *  2.00  i.oo  7.45  5.00  5.00  2.00  50  13.70  19.30  17.50  5.00.  5.50  328.60  97.45  1.00  1.00  1.00  _$652.55___.$4,6.47.70___$258.95__.^5.7..05_.  THINK FOR YOURSELF  Cotton's Weekly gives this advice:  "Perhaps you are just a common  every-day sort of a man. One of the  crowd. You have many convictions  but keep them to yourself. You go"  to church and hear the preacher man  say many things. You feel what the  preacher man says is not true in  many ways. But you think you are  a fool and the preacher man wise and  so keep quiet. And you read thc  daily papers and feel that many  things they say are not true. But  you think that you are more foolish  than the newspaper men .and think  that somehow you may bc wrong.  And you hear the politicians talk  and you feel they are talking rot.  But you are afraid of your own opinions and so keep quiet. And so you  keep your real convictions in the  background, ; and . perhaps don't let  yourself think of your own convictions at all. Did it ever occur to  you that perhaps you might be right,  and the preacher man, paper, politician, financier might be wrong ? Did  it ever occur to you that perhaps the  whole of what is taught you is a big  bluff? Thiflk for yourself. Do not  think what someone else tells you is  right.   Work it out for yourself."  ���������������������������;���������������������������;'    CLEAN UP, DADDIES !  A recent arrival in Enderby said he  was greatly pleased to see the ap:  parent desire of our citizens to, make  the town look clean and our front  and back yards well-kept. Pie contrasted it with some other towns he  had visited, and concluded by saying  it was his intention to make his  home here. Other prospective homeseekers will size us up in the same  manner. We must keep our nose  clean���������������������������in other words, our streets.  In this matter- of" making" a"more  beautiful town out of Enderby, our  city corporation has not kept pace  with the citizens. Some of the side  streets have been breeding places for  noxious weeds, and have pretty well  seeded the town. In others, the narrow sidewalks are nearly grown over  with weeds. While it is true thc city  fathers have' little to spend on street  improvements, still the matter of  keeping the streets clean is one of the  first things that we should look to.  Complaints are frequent. Can't we  have a street-cleaning day ?  ���������������������������WW9  _#^    j_^      .��������������������������� *���������������������������  Smoke or  Carit Pass |  .Ihi^Gip  ������������������ ri...'"      :.*  because it is filled with McClary    Oil    Cement���������������������������damp-  proof, gas-proof, smoke-proof  and   fire-proof.    McClary   Oil   Cement  practically makes the Magnet fire-box  one solid piece and it stays tight under  the most rigid tests.   The ordinary firebox  is  made  in  several  sections  put  together with only bolts, which work loose in time, and  allow  the  sections  to  spread, and crack.   This condition  not only permits gas, smoke and fumes to escape, but causes  a waste of fuel and great loss of heat.   The  MAGNET  Wood Furnace  sends the. heat into the register pipes���������������������������and foul gas, smoke  and fumes into the chimney. The Magnet Fire Box is made  from the best cast-iron���������������������������-the sides and top corrugated, so the  heat producing surface is one-third longer than the common,  straight pattern in the usual wood furnace. Consider all these  points of Magnet superiority; then go to the McClary agent  in the nearest town and have him show you conclusively why  the Magnet is for you. Write to the nearest McClary branch  for booklet. '   -  MXlaryfc  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary.  For Sale by A. FULTON, Enderby  THE NORTHERN OKANAGAN  NO IRRIGATION REQUIRED  37. Lots 12, 13, 14 and, 15, block 2,  cor. George and Regent Sts., Enderby:  Four-room frame house, with lean-to  kitchen and woodshed. A few fruit trees.  Producing rental of $7.50 per month.  Price, $800; terms.  . 48. 172J acres, situated" 4 miles  from Enderby; 10 acres cleared; house  unfinished; hay' and machine "sheds;  hen house and root house; 50 to 75  fruit trees; soil, black loam and a  sandy clay loam; * 100 acres of the  whole, farm land; balance, good  pasture-land; estimated 150,000 feet  solid timber: fir and cedar, still,  standing, besides a quantity of cedar  poles. Price, $3,500; terms, .$2,000  down, balance to suit purchaser at 7  per cent interest.  For further particulars and list of properties, apply to-  H. W. HARVEY  ENDERBY  GRINDROD  ��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4h-4>-4>  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Having added a cement brick machine to my cement,plant, I am now  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  FT. TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  AU kinds of Tin and Zinc Article. Repared  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are the. best on the Pacific Coast.  " N. B.��������������������������� A few S. C. White Leghorns ancl "White Wyandotte cockerels"   i  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application. **)  MRS. WADDELL, Prop. Enderby, B. C.  I  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  - .  A Life Insurance policy in thc Royal lniurr.ee Co.  of Liverpool, Eng,, in n valuable) asset. A plain,  ���������������������������trafghtforward contract. Waving no room for  doubt aa to its value.  The Liverpool & London _ Glob* Iru. Co.  The Phoenix Influrtuieo Co. of London.  British America Assurance Co.  Royal Insurance Coof Liverpool (Life dept)  The London & Lancashire Guarantee _  Accident &.., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY  Finest in the Country  "End'erby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet ne came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery'a Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, ���������������������������������������������MUIffHY  Enderby a  li  e  fi  J  ���������������������������_l  .1  ���������������������������1  :i  '.  r<  ���������������������������f  ))  o  i:  o,  i������������������  'a  ���������������������������t  _  KIND TO ONE ANOTHER  ANIMALS    SOMETIMES    PI.AC-  TICK PHILANTHROPY.  Tovcs Food  Crows���������������������������Former   Wero  Co gee! ami Well- F<m1; leader  "Were Starving.  A  keeper in  the zoological gard-  the  A  oris at    Stockholm    has    seen  mountain foxes deliberately throwing pieces ul! meal out through thc  burs? of their cages to thc gray crows  waiting out.idc.  Tho weather at thc Lime was bit-  tody hard-it-was in JMnrch last- gautic. nioiitli  and the crows were half starved.  It v. as not one fox only wliich acted  in this curious fashion. Two of the.  animals were seen to feed the  crows r,n two different occasions,  aiiri it teems- hardly possible to  doubt that ihe wo.ll-fed foxes had  some sort of desire to help a havd-  up fellow creature.  Not so miin.v years ago thc idea  of one animal being kind to another  of quite a different*'sort would have  been laughed at. Wc were told that  wild life was one fierce struggle for  r-xistence. There was uo room for  un_.lfii.hncs!;.  Hut as our knowledge of Nature  slowly increases wo are finding out  many things of which we never before <!reamed, and onc ii.*. that some  animals can and do exercise tho  virtue,: of charity and unselfishness.  COAT AND i.IO.\TKFY.  A Scotsman living in Saint Helena had. some goats and also a pet  monkey.     The latter   struck up a,  friendship with one of the goats and 1^-  the fcwo became great chums. One'  tentacles, numbers of very tiny  white shrimps.  It used to be ---su posed that the  jellyfish lived on tho shrimp. Now  it i.s known that the case is vcry  different. The jellyfish actually protects the little creature. Take thc  shrimp away from its protector.  an<l it dies almost at once.  The partnership is as strange as  any on- record, for* it does not appeal* that thc shrimp makes any return for the protection which it receives. Sea cucumbers also protect  en almost, microscopic little fish in  similar fashion, and to give one  mere instance of a onesided partnership, a great catfish whieh lives  in Brazilian rivers allocs a small  fish to swim in and out of its gi-  Pcarson's Weekly.  T A K K CA N I) Y SKHJ 0 V SLV.  Medic .1    .'Journal    Says It's    a  Good   .'ood.  Recently sugar ha.s come fo be  recognized by scientific men as a  food substance. A writer in the  Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette urges uuit we cease regarding it- as a  luxury and use it seriously in prope; quantities.  ''Sugar as a- substance marketed  in .approximately chemically puro  form is a comparatively recent addition to human foodstuffs. Indeed,  it in probable that maple sugar wa.s  used by the Anieric.au aborigines  cailicr than any sugar of the same  grade was know to the inhabitants  of the Old World.  ''We have not yefc become accustomed to taking sugar seriously as a  food, but persist in. regarding it as  a luxury which appeals to the palate Undoubtedly a good deal of  consumed   is    taken by  Toilet and Medicinal Preparations  Are Compounded by Expert Chemists  Who Compounds Your Medicines ?  - ,    .      ..        ,.  , , i those  who  need  it  least and who  ������������������ay the goat, wandering lar afield |fn.e lcast ,Mq bQ asgimilatc it. Pe0.  in .search oi food, got among a paten ���������������������������  of prickly pears and when it came  out its nose and coat were full of  pie in lair circumstances, nofc exercising much, generally use J..0-  150   grains  a  day,   estimated  from  , .       . ,.,    groeerv bills,  fo sav nothing of the  lhe poor beast was in misery, io of f..uils }wd  Uia(. c.itc].  as  .in.   astonishment,  the  owner   so<->" ;C..!H,y.    Candy is usually eaten hc-  afterward saw ihe. goaf lying clown j        "  the  needle-like, spines.  while the monkey, with the utmost  can: and patience and with more  than human accuracy, pullc-d oufc  one by one nil the hundreds of  spines.  This was not the only time that  the. monkey performed a similar  service. Many time afterwards the  same thing happened. Whenever  i!i3 goat got among thc "'cactus ik !([,-.���������������������������  wont straight to its clever friend, '' ' " '  who patio ntly acted the part of surgeon.  When wc were children we used  to .be told a wonderful story of how  those little American marmots,  which are called prairie dogs, shar-  .d their burrows with owls and  rattle snakes, and that animals,  birds and snakes   lived together  tween meals and i.s nofc regarded as  a food. yefc. nofc infrequently, a  pound a day i.s eaten, thus supplying a source of energy equal to that  required by the system, supplcme l-  tary to that eaten afc the table.  There is no question bufc that sugar ingested in considerable  amounts ab one time irritates the  mucous membrane by its conccntra-  disfurbs osmotic currents;  fends to ferment and overtaxes the  glycolytic and glycogenic functions.  "On the other hand, ib has been  wel! established that if used ration  ally and regularly, sugar is easily  cared for by the nufritivo organs,  produces no harmful results, and  supplies a large amount of heat and  energy.     A good deal, if   nob the  When your physician gives you a prescription  you would scarcely risk having it.compounded by a  grocer or a baker, even if you -.vere sure they had the  right" drugs. You insist on'"your druggist's'skilful  dispensing.  If you did not protect yourself'in this way the  laws of the country would protect you, for Ihey  demand that physicians' prescription., be dispensed  by physicians or qualified druggists only.  Is it not equally important to know that the household remedies, such as laxatives, cough syrups and  tonics, and the toilet preparations such as tooth paste,  which you use so frequently, are also compounded by  expert chemists?  When you use NA-DRU-CO medicinal or toilet  preparations you have tlie positive guarantee of one  of the largest wholesale drug firms iu thc world, the  National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada,  Limited, that each one has been compounded by  expert chemists only.  This is just where NA-DRU-CO Cascara Laxative*.  NA-DRU-CO Liquorice, Unseed, and Ch.orodyno  Cough Syrup, NA-DRU-CO Titleless Cod Liver Oi!  .Compound and everything else ou the NA-DRU-CO  list are pre-eminently better than mixtures at present  flooding the market. They are compounded by men  who know.  Some NA-DRU-CO  Camphor Ico  <_rc������������������s _e������������������������������������ Toilai Cream  Tnlcum Powder  Tooth Panic  Tooih Powder  Baby'd Tablet.  Carbolic Salvo  Cn_cara L_x__Ve������������������ (Tablets)  Cod Liver Oil Compound,  Tn _cle _  (2 Size*)  THIS TRADE M*HK A. PCABS ONLY  ON OUR COODS  NA-DRU-CO Formulae, Ingredients and  Compounding Are Best  Your own druggist could not be more careful or  more accurate iu compounding one of your physician's  prescriptions than are our chemists in compounding  every NA-DRU-CO preparation. Add to this the facta  that only the best and purest material, that money  ean hay are used in NA-DI.U-CO articles, and that  each NA-DRU-CO formula has been thoroughly tested  in actual use, and you have the solid grounds for the  implicit confidence we want you to feel iu NA-DRU-CO  preparations.  We arc prepared to furnish to any physician or  dniggi-it in Canada, on request, u full list of thu  ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO article. Ask these  in .11, who are men of standing in your community,  and best qualified to tell you, all about NA-DRU-CO  preparations.  If any NA-DRU-CO article you buy does not  prove entirely satisfactory return it to your druggist.  He has our authority to refund the full purchase price  and charge it to us.  You cau get any NA-DRU-CO preparation anywhere iu Canada, for if your druggist should not havc  it in stock he can get it within two days from our  nearest wholesale branch.  Preparations  Dyspepsia Tab lots  Hondache Wafers .  Herb Tablets  Nonro-one ",  Pile Ointment       ,  Rheumatism Cut*  Sugar of Milk  Stainleat Iodine Ointment'  Toothache Gum *  White Liuiment  National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited  Wholesale Ernncheo et:  Halifax,     St. John,     Montreal,     Ottawa,     Kingston,     Toronto,     London,  Winnipeg,      Regina,     Calgary,     Nelson,     Vancouver,      Victoria.  Hamilton";  THEIR TOUCH IS DEATH  j r ij m a n uin .. u s w iro a ui-: 11 v -  JJVG GT.KM FA ..OltlK _.  People in  flood ilciillli anil Vol a  Source of IhNiiliy I'eril lo all  A run ii (I Tli.in.  L\' PKP.FFCT AMITY  moat of the trouble    produced hy  sugar i.s due  to the notion that it  0f | is not <i food but :i luxury. Hence,  truth.  d'i  invade prairie-dog towns,  it id  _>������������������������������������������������������ the purpose of living on llu; tin-  n.     ���������������������������  varn  hud    not    thc  men.. ���������������������������..,  Whilo it is a fact that snakes ! '���������������������������llc. pc'1-fectl.v   natural  appetite  to.  it is resisted unl.jl Jt becomes a  crn'. ���������������������������ing to which the individual  eventually yields by a dietetic excess  whii'h deserves the term 'spree.''  The same abstinence and excessive  ingestion of any other food, between  meals and in addition to a full diet,  would produce harm.''  Ou April 1st, 1907, a London  paper reported . medical case of  the- vcry strangest .character. A  woin .n named Ilverson had been  (said the paragraph) detained by  the Health Department of Xcw  York on suspicion of infecting with  typhoid, during the past six years,  im fewer than twenty-live members  of various families with whom, she  had been in service. ���������������������������>���������������������������<���������������������������,-n  Jr.   .1001,   the  report went on to1  l lie  <*l thf  pour  top-  fortunate inhabitants.  hi i\a dogs arc in ter no  ���������������������������������������������>*_  fiat even had th'1 xl'*ry been true,  on our own northeastern coasts you  can i ee for yourself something quite  . _____.irious._. -I-tiiliiia.-knowii.as-sea.  p..-. role, may lm found sharing bur-  vv'K's. wilh rabbils, and birds nnd  animals live togetluM' apparently on  excellent terms.  There are many animals of differ-  out kinds whieh live in,pa i .iiership.  The shark and the pilot iish are an  h*<d_n.e in point. The greedy  shark lii'ver touch'.'.-* its small com -  p.'uroii. but ; nn thi- . other .hund,  ���������������������������jiv:. t,.i<* lil fie list i protection from  Mich .nemie. as tin1 boiiito. while  lit.*-. pilot fi*.i appears to act as ������������������uide  and Jut*!)'!,'. Mire "dlie.'r to ihe shark.  A rare and interesting lizard,  kn<. mi as the l.itnlrrJa, is found in  the Thicken Islands, off New Zen-  land. Th i.i i������������������ rather a slow and  ���������������������������������������������(lipid er'-aluie and d-ic* not ap-  [K.ai a,li!(* lo find much fond for it-  s< If. Jr i-. however, clever at bnr-  rcv, in.:, and digs deep holes in the  surely soil.  The islands are a great resort for  the p"l rel. -'a small sea bird whicli  ii'.*.-i,s there in vast numlicrs. The  petrel ...nnnl; burrow, su the. tw<i  creatures, the lizard and the bird,  have  _.NT....Kn  IXTO  i'a.iit:.  KJ_.  SIil!  T ie. pef.rel nesI.s in the mouth of the  tua.|.".r;i.'K gurrow, and the li/.ard  pi*'.'if:, by the remains of the fish  v. h.ch i.s. I lie. food of  8ina.Ii ereai ures I ha  he birds,  are entire  wjihout means of defense sometimes  ones lo adopt  of the kind may  gct other    larger  iinici.    An instance  , i.  .!<  be .eeri any sununer ilay along i.lie  nii.utli of the Thames, lu thc clear,  ..hallow channels between the sandbar,kt float scores of jellyfish, and  if you look carefully you will see,  swimming   underneath     their  lung  A_ OTHIH! I.'OI.I.ON.  A. Young Mngli. iniwiii is ('niiiniauil-  oi'-in-Cliief in .Voroi.n).  Kind TJclton. Lhe intrepid young  Englishniiin who })laced iMulai JTa-  (id on the throne of iii on. ceo, i.s  in. ���������������������������; in London, writing a hook of  hi.s .experiences.  ...aid Helton has been nick-named  ''The Kiug-_Jakcr," and. as a sol-  diet of fortune his achievements  are almost worthy to be ranked  wilh flu*: .; of (. nieral . ui'dun, Valentine linker, Hobart Pasha, CJol-  rnif.I Sherrington, and oilier dis-  Lingui. bed I. ritish adventurers.  When only nineteen years old,  /���������������������������.'aid l.ellou, then a trooper in the  yeomanry, received a commission  iu the regulars for distinguished  gallantry on the field, and he received Iiis captaincy some time later, under similar circumstances, in  lie' Somali land campaign.  Jn April, l!)08, being then at home  on leave, he resigned his coinmis-  sif.n, went to Morocco and, after  Man-- adventures, uh'ered his ser-  \ices to Muhii Hnfid, the "Pretender.-" and in a few months he was  appointed ".Kaid,"' or Uoininaiider-  in-Uhicf.  'With au army of _0',0fl0 'men,  which he had got together and  trained., lie overthrew Abd-el-Azia,  .and shortly afterwards Mulai Ha fid  was proclaimed Sultan of Moroc-  c ..  Since  then   Kaid   Melton  bas  uncle/taken  several    other campaigns  against the I'Vench   and tlie lurbu--  j .'eel   native  tribes.     He  is still  on  ��������������������������� tie" sunny side of thirty.  state, she suffered from typhoid  fever, ami apparently recovered,  but several doctors .satisfied themselves that she was really a living  QUAKAM'ItfNI) FO.ll L1FK  Sonic cases of this kind can bc  cured, others are apparently incurable. Ab the -present moment the  New York Health .Department has  in its charge an Irish cook who is  literally quarantined for life, because wherever she goes she has  spiead enteric broadcast. She lately applied for a writ of Habeas  Corpus, but Or. William .Parks,  giving evidence, declared that if  sh. were set at liberty she might  accomplish as much destruction as  a hostile army. Her system, he  declared, simply reeks with germs,  ami it is probable that ifc will lie  necessary to isolate her for the rest  of her life.  Typhoid, it seems, is the only disease of which the body of a healthy  person ean become a germ factory.  .Bui. there arc others of whieh the  ns can remain dormant for long  P'-riotls,  and so bc spread by indi-  recovered from  vidua.)s  wlio have  such maladies.  In  July,   1902,  an  Austrian  seaman was buried in  a graveyard ab  germ  factory,   turning out typhoid. Odessa.    After the ceremony    two  bacilli  by  the million  Noticing the significant date under whieh this marvellous story appeared, other newspapers made i'un  of it as a yarn of the April ford  type. It seemed so entirely beyond  belief that any human being  _ h c u 1 d=s ii ff-e-i���������������������������s u eh=^a 11���������������������������a -w-l'-u H.i Ocas this, and herself in good health,  yet be a source of deadly peril Lo  all around her.  I.)AN"G.ROtJS DAIRY.  A TO  The   story, liowever,    was  enough,  and   similar   cases  true  have  been known to oeeur in J'lngland.  In February, 1008, a, Homo ..Qflico  l.opurt wu*.-isHue,cl-iniiwhich-{in--a.o--  count is given of a dairymaid, herself healthy enough, who yet spread  typhoid germs   in every direction.  The epidemic began by an inmate  of the lirenfry Inebriate Hume at  MiisL.I going down with typhoid-in  September, lf)()G. Milk was suspected ami evcry precaution was taken  foi" cleanliness and sterilization. Dt  vain. Within six weeks there were  twenty-eight eases and two deaths.  At a Lea-party all present, with one  exception only, caught the disease.  The exception was a man who did  not take milk, ���������������������������  Again the dairy was overhauled.  Rat-holes v.-erc stopped and every  precaution renewed. Still the epidemic did not abate. There followed a 'consultation with other doctors, all of whom quoted the case  of: Ilverson, the New York woman  uheady mentioned. This turned  suspicion upon the dairymaid at  tho home,���������������������������and it was found, on inquiry, that shc had suffered j'roin  typhoid some  six years earlier,  She. was examined, and at once  the mystery was solved. Shc was  in a highly infective state; but,  curiously enough, the state was intermittent, red- regular. Of course  she was at once removed from the  dairy, and the epidemic thereupon  ceased.  seamen who had attended went iu  to the town and visited live publie  houses and two shops. In every  single onc of these houses illness  broke oufc wliich proved to be  plague, and all that long whiter  plague raged in Odessa, killing  Tffcnirtlfiffi'tliTCtr^^  KPTDJ'IMIC 01. S.l A LI/POX.  Iu the. following year a oue-eyed  mulatto landed from a tramp-  steamer at .Daiguri, in. Eastern Cu-  bi, nnd'within a. few days a violent  epidemic of smallpox broke out.  Aboufc a nionth later eases of the  same disease ocouiTed^jrt -\Jyort  "Tu^iaT^Fl^'icrtT/^uiil'lilic infection  was traced to a negro boarding  house. liy a curious chance one of  the doctors on duty had only just  conic from Santiago, which'.is quite  close to Daiguri, anil recognized  the one-eyed half-caste. Suspecting,  him of being the germ carrier, ho  ordered him fo bc isolated, but thc  man escaped and got on board a  sl.ii.* bound for Galveston, Texas.  'J'he port authorities afc Galveston were warned by telegram, and  on his arrival the'ship was quarantined. It was lucky that this precaution was taken, I'or four of her  crew went down .with smallpox, and  the author of this trouble afterwards confessed that he had himself suffered from the disease at  Caracas three months previously.  .]..'. had never been properly disinfected, and consequently had  spread thc dreaded germs wherever  ha went.���������������������������-Pearson's Weekly.  '..VJ-U-Y FIFTH INFANT.  Of the two million German babies  herr. annually -100,000 die beforo  they reach the fifth year, according  to satistics just published. Of the  l_0,00() illegitimates born there, all  j but '_0,000 die.  ItlSKtil) DEATH \\Y SHANKS  Had No Terrors for Convict   Li inter  Life Sentence.  When the MaureLania reached  Liverpool recently u .Frenchman  named Adrian JWaderian was arrested on board and removed in  irons. He is said to be a criminal  sentenced to penal servitude for lifo  on Devil's Island for attempted  murder. He escaped three, times,  and ultimately reached Ainericn,  whence he was, however, sent back.  .Ksoapes are not infrequent from  the terrible Devil's Island, the  French penal settlement off tho  coast of French Guinea, where  Dreyfus was formerly a famoua  piisoner. 'J'he authorities are very  lax in their supervision, and fugitives can often get a boat and row  tc the mainland.  Their aim is to make for l.ritish  Guinea, where, if they aro quiet,  they are sometime.^ allowed, to find  employment in the rice lie III... Bub  such desperate characters arc sent  to Devil's Island that a body of fugitives, numbering perhaps half a  dozen, often causes a panic in some  sparsely inhabited township.  The sea swarms with sharks  around Devil's Island, but the tropical heat and monotony pf this  dreadful place, and the severe pun-  is hnients often i n 1lie tc d, se c m. to  ma Ice any perilous risks p ve.ferabIe  !to remaining there if a chance of  escape offers.  Of course, the great majority ot  refugees to the mainland are  brought back, for the difficulties of  getting to. Kuvopc" or the United  (States for penniless men are enormous, a nil if they attempt "robberies  every man's hand is againstjUu.ii. _  " T> o vi I's Tslai ul~i _~oim~o . ~t lie I lea  de Saint, or Isles of Salvation,  whieii .seems a, brutally ironic namo  to convicts. The island is only 5 degrees north of the equator.  MICK (lit _K .11 ST a ri;w.  Small M,.I.e.  of t_(������������������ Millions in Oue  Corner id Human Had,v.  The alimentary canal is the most  perfect culture tube known to bacteriological science. No .part of the"  body is su densely..populated with  microorganisms. Ib is estimated  that in the alimentary oanaI of tho  average adult about .i_(i,d00,000,00ft  microbes come into existence overyj  day.  They crowd this region so dense-,  ly that scientists originally believed  that they were indispensable to human life. According to a writer in  iilcC'lurc's, Pasteur, who first discovered them, maintained this view,  but recent investigations have rather disproved it.  There are many animals that cx\  ist in perfect health without any  inlestiiial bacteria at all. Polar  bears, seals, penguins, eider ducks,  .arctic reindeer���������������������������these and other  creatures in   the   arctic /.one  havc  fjv traces of these organisms.  I  81  ���������������������������$���������������������������  m  p I //.  ..  ������������������___CROraYftl������������������.C9'  Members Toronto Stock Exchango.  Safe Investments  Write for our  weekly   circular on socumia .  ltefera.i to standing to any bank.  Wo havo moved to  our now building,  90 Day SI., Toronto.  (  OOBALT SI_V__ AND PORCUPINE  . gold Blocks bought aiifl Bold. Properties im.-.i-poi-ati .1 and financed. Write  for i . i-tionlnrs. P. R. Haii .ton, 25 Mann-  >"t' Areailc, Toronto.  Out.  Oping l  Cleaning I  rer U* ������������������t _ tail ������������������������������������������������������_._* roar work to tha  "���������������������������BIT .H AMERICAN DYIINO CO."  &M_ tsr mm. |B year lows, ���������������������������_ m_������������������ tin*.  Mmtf _l, TTopto, Ottawa, Qucbict  A PRECEDENT.'  "Did you ever-  hear   of a timo  when meat soared higher than it is  doing now?"  "Oh, yes.    When the cow jumped  over thc moon."  There is Only One Eclectric Oil.���������������������������  When an article, be it medicine or  anything    else,    becomes   popular,  imitations invariably  spring  up to  derive advantages from the original,   which they    themselves    could  never win   on  their    own    merits.  Imitations of Dr.   Thomas'   Eclec-  tr-o  Oil have  been  numerous,   but  never successful.   Those who know  the genuine arc not put off with a  substitute,  bufc    demand    the real  ilung.  Boys over 1_ and girls over 12 are  legally entitled to get married  without thc consent of their par-  eof or guardians iu Scotland. -  . Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  'Sid i'?" ever have appendicitis? said thc insurance man.  I never felt sure whether it was a  ������������������'i!-3 of appendicitis of a case of professional curiosity."  ���������������������������y Bribing th. Nonas with opium vou may  ���������������������������top ������������������ cough, but tho intUuiroalion goes from bud  ���������������������������o . orso. Alien'.. Lung B.lnan. containing uo  opium, noes to tlie root of tho trouble nnd cures  mop-Mated affections of throat and luoga.  BI fi    MILLTI. G    It E-0* R (; A N1ZA-  TJQ_\.  Negotiations for what is undoubtedly tlie largest milling consolidation  that has ever been effected in Ontario have just been completed in  Toronto, and following them the official announcement is made of the  organization of the Maple Leaf Milling Company, Limited, with a capital of $5,000,000.  Thc new Company has taken over  tiie properties of the Hedley Shaw  Milling Company, Limited, and the  Maple Leaf Flour Mills Company,  Limited, and in addition secures  ftoin the new interests that havc  become identified with the Company $1,000,000, additional cash  ���������������������������capital, which besides permitting  of the erection-of a modern 6,000 j?11 ,"  barrel mill and a million bushel1 u  elevator and storage warehouse at  [FINDS HIS WORK  A PLEASURE NOW  0 _!)-TJ.  I. PARIS L'ltlt'ES.  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  THE POSTMASTER'S  KEY DISEASE.  CURED  KID-  Qf all places of-importance, Sydney . New South Wales, is farthest  from London as the crow" flics���������������������������10,-  120 miles. "  Port Colborne, will supply the new  Company with further working  capital. It is understood that Mr.  Cawthra Mulock, Toronto, is associated with Mr. Hedley Shaw of tho  Hedley Shaw Milling Company,  Limited, and Mr. D. C. Cameron,  President of thc Maple Leaf Flour  Mills Company, Limited, in the organization of the new concern.  The ability of    the    Company to  easily earn the 7 per cent. Cumulative Preferred dividend on  .2,500.-  000 of preferred stock is indicated  by the net earnings of the old Companies, as per certificate of Messrs.  Price,    Waterhouse    <_    Company,  which shows  that from September  25th,    1908,  from    which   date the  plants of the   Maple   Leaf   Flour  Mills   Company,  Limited,   were in  operation,    to   August   20th, 1909,  these  net    earnings    amounted  to  $218,843.00,  and  from August    the  21st,  1909  to February  28th,  1910,  tne net earnings of the Companies  amounted    to    $1.0,793.00.       This  would be equal to over 13 per cent.  on the preferred stock, and thc payment of the 7 per cent, dividend on  that stock would leave slightly ovct  G per cent for distribution on    thc  common  stock.      Thc    New  Company's earning power will be* very  greatly increased onco tho new mi.l  now  under erection   at  Port  Col-  bcrne is completed. ' '  The linn    of Cawthra Mulock &  Co.. members of the Toronto Stock  Al_������������������i__ Man0T.lis How Iiis Troubles Vanished When He Used  lhc Old Jtcliablc Kidney Heisiedy.  Scona, Alia.', April 25 (Special)���������������������������  *i can now do all my work without  pain and with   pleasure.,;     Those  arc tho words of    Postmaster Audi ew Ji. Nelson of this place.    As  all the postmaster's friends know,  he has been troubled wilh Kidney  iJiseaso for several years past, and  has been  doing   everything in his  power to find a cure for it. .He has-  found the cure.    It is Dodd's Kid-'  n''.y Pills.    "Yes, I tried all kinds  of  medicines for   my kidney trouble."      the     postmaster     joyfully  states.    "None of them seemed to  do me any good till  1 commenced  to use Dodd's Kidney Pills.     Two  boxes of lhem cured mc completely.  1 highly recommend Dodd's   Kidney Pills to all sufferers from Kidney Disease.    I would not be without them."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure all diseases of the kidneys, from Backache  to Bright's Disease. They also  cure all diseases caused 'by disordered kidneys failing to strain  the impurities out of the blood.  That's why they cure Dropsy,  Rheumatism, and Heart Disease, tf  you haven't tried them yourself ask  your neighbors about them.    "  In  .Year 1..SC9 Turkeys Wore $S to  $10 Each���������������������������Butter $1. Pound.  While the newspapers echo with  complaints about the high food  prices, a statistician has figured  out that things were not so very  cheap in "the good old times" either. Milk prices ".arc pretty static narv now throughout the vear.  r.\\<j hundred years ago Parisians  hud to pay throe times more for  milk in winter than in summer and  the average price of a quart of milk  -was about eight cents.  Toward the end of thc eighteenth  century   Paris    paid 11    cents' per  quart  for milk. '   In    the French  country   districts the  price  was   6  cents.   One hundred and thirty-five  years ago only the rich could afford  to eat butter in  winter,  the aver-  ng;_ price being $1 a pound. Eggs  were cheaper-than  they  are now',  buD likewise much smaller.     In the  year   1800 the   price  of turkey    in  Paris  was  between  eight  and  ten  dollars a head,   according-to size.  Bice was 15 cents .a pound.    Most  of the food is cheaper now in tho  big cities    than   in    the good old  times.      In the    Middle'Ages only  princes dared' to    aspire    to    eat  oranges, which were $1 a piece during the height of the season.    "  ������������������*)  dr.   P_orse's  Indian    Root    Pills  tire  made   according  to  a    formula  in use n.-irly n cm Miry ago anions?  tlio Indian..   .nd lp.ir.n_: from thf;m  by Br.  Mors..   Tboui.li rcneatocl at.  tempts linvc  been    inail ., by   physi-  cianf*    ;w*d   chemist, .  it    has    been  found  iziipossible  to improvu the formula  or the  l.illf).     _)r.   _<ir.=r-'s Indian  _oot   Pill,   are   si    household ,  remisdy  throughout, th.     world    for  Constipation   and   all   Kidney     and  Live.-  tronlil _...   Th.y  act   promptly  and cflcctivfily,   and  Cleanse   the   System  ACENTS  WANTED.0  A  C.'I.N_S-$5   A   DAY   EASY.     NO   EX-   Dcricnce     nredud.   Polls    on     sight.  Ab.oluto necessity to fs.rui.i__ ___<.��������������������������� work  of 30 men. Pays for itsplf in one hour,  ttnlu today. C. R. Adams Co., Sarin*.  Ont.  ARTICLES FOR SALE.  If KEP YOUH HOMK IMMACULATE  J;^ by iiRing the Dnsto Vacuum Carpet  Cleaner, 1.6.00. A. Hill... 656 Dovorcourt  Rd.,   Toronto,   Out.   _p(_its   wanted.  SCRIP.  I^T ANTED-SOUTH     AFRICAN    WAR  ��������������������������� T     ran__.     Highest price   paid.   Fox _  Ross. Scott St.. Toronto.  EDUCATIONAL.  A SCHEME.  "O! Willie J" exclaimed little Elsie, "what did you open that oven  LEARN THE BARBER TRADB-NEW  system���������������������������conetant practice: careful  instruction: few weeks complete en .rue;  tools free; craduates earn twelve te  eighteen dollars weekly: writ.o for catalog:, e. Moler Barber College, 221 Queen  En st. Toronto.  MACHINERY  door for?  will spoil  ing?"  Don't you    know that  the cake   mamma's bak-  'Surc!"  replied  Willie,  "an'  if  it's spoiled she'd let us eat all wo  want of it."  Y| A CHIN KRY ' HEADQUARTERS. ���������������������������  1T_I Iron and wood-working machinery,  engines, boilers, steam pumps, gasoline  engines, electric motors,, contractors'  machinery, ctc.- Send for' catalogue ot  over 1400 machines. H. W". PKTR1R.  Limited.    Torn, tn.   Montreal.   Vane .titt.  WAN TED.  SWAN DROWNED _ 130Y.  I   consider    MINARD'S    LINIMENT  the  BEST Liniment in use.  I got my foot badly jammed   lately.   I  bathed it .well wiih MINARD'S LINIMIINI1  ���������������������������Du it was as well as ever next day.  Youra very truly,  T. O.  McMULLKN.  The great puzzle with some is to  get a sacred cut on secular clothes.  A Pill for Brain Workers.���������������������������The  man who works with hi.s brains is  more liable t-o derangement of the  digestive system than the man who  works with his hands, because the  __LQ_g_j_L_g_J' P_n _ Ju__u e r.vo u s _ one rg;v  Exchange, have made arrangements  for a public offering of 62,000,000  of the'17 per cent. Cumulative Preferred Stock at Jj5 100".00 per share,  the same to carry with it a bonus  equal to 25/pcr cent, of common  stock, that is for every four shares  of thc preferred stock subscribed  fo/ the applicant will receive as a  bonus one share of common stock.  It is expected that full details in  connection with the public offering'  will be in. de public within a few  days.  Cecil Ban-alt, a fivc-ycar-old Nottingham, England, boy, was stated,  at an inquest, to havc been pulled  into thc river by a swan, who attacked him so savagely that he was  drowned. The boy was the son of  the caretaker of the Nottingham  Brittannia Bowing Club, and was  playing on the landing-stage, when  the swan attacked hini. The lad's  father div.ed several times, but  failed to find the boy, and was also  attacked by lhe bird before he could  reach the landing-stage.  _*_  Corns  Holloway  trouble.  ..mount oj  cause    intolerable    pain.  s Corn Cure removes the  Try it,    and    see   what  1 pain i.s saved.  while lhe  other    applies  muscular strength  gets irregularities  and  liver,  only his  Brain fag be-  of thc stomach  [mil the best remedy that  can be used is ParmeJee's Vegetal).'_  Pills.     The..  pounded   for  those who use  their .superior  are specially coin-  such cases and all  lhem can certify lo  power.  A man never learns much when  he is afraid of his mistakes.  Minard'i Liniment for Sale Everywhere.  _ _.__?JJJ,>LJi._l^___^_ieascs.are._.thoso.  no hope in any one else.  Do not" let a cold settle on your  lungs. Besort to.. Bickle's Ant ir  Consumptive Syrup at the first intimation of irritation in the-throat  and. prevent disease from lodging  iu the pulmonary organs." Neglected colds are the cause of untold  suffering throughout the country,  all of which could have been prevented by the application of this  simple but powerful medicine. The  price, 25 cents, brings il within the  reach of all.  It's easier to  stand your conscience oft" than your creditors.  WANTED-A FEW ACTIVE YOUNW  men to Jcarn Moulding. Threu  year contract. $1.25 a day fo start. $2.50  can be made after 9 months ou piecework. Must be well recommended as to  character, habits, <'tc. Apply the Gurney  Foundry  Co.,   Limited,  Toronto.  FARMS   FOR   SALE.  VX7 KSTKJIN   FAKM   LANDS-CITY"LOTS  ��������������������������� .       on   easy  terms.   If yon-are going  weft,  pend   for  my   list,  it  will  pay  you.  8. M. Hatliewfe. 75 Vongc St.,  Toronto.  \_C0 ACRE FARM, WITH GOOD  buildings in the County of Middle-'  e<_. for-fiale, or will exchange for. houne  and lot or smaller farm. Thc Western  Real Estate Exchange, Limited, London,  Ont. .,   . * '     ,"     -  _,n*__T ,rM ���������������������������������������������"������������������P������������������������������������ *��������������������������� Dipt. W. I., Na*  llanal Drug * Chemical Co.. Toronto.  For Asthma/ Bronchitis and  all Throat Troubles Take  Pisa  >    CURE  VM ItST timil TO . (������������������)11Maogujs  \nvi,sa\7iCA,iMo>vii  ���������������������������MAU. PMM*^Af/T^S  InlUniuutloi. ot  U> Kidney, of tho  Bladder, of tlio  Eowelt, of tho  ui>tfB, Soro Throat,  Bronchia e. Difficult*   '  Breatliing, Croup, C*  Urrb, Influenza, Head  ache, Toothache, Neil  That have  *��������������������������� F,r. ���������������������������j"***' *������������������ d,7 liTHM, ��������������������������������������������� doos aa iBflani-  matiou in tho throat grow down into th* Ium_  Deal promptly with a cold a_ with a liro, ami  ���������������������������rhen jeu btgiu to cough u_e All������������������n'������������������ LuDg Hainan..  He can worship nowhere who can-  no-; worship anywhere.  P_ll_| bl_/l,IIHVIIU|      *���������������������������*>   _-(_-  ralgia, RhoumaU-mi, Cold  Chill . Ague Chill . Chilblain.. KroMtblt<_ quickly  cured by  Mail's Ready Bellit  On fin jivernge n man'requircsT,-  CU.'l pounds ol" I'ooil per annum; a  worn..n l._00 pouufls, find a child  1)00 pounds.  MliilanarlM In All t������������������__������������������ are frlon.t ef Pali-  fttl'er. Hundred!- uf lei ten tc.tify to th������������������ fact.  I'or in-.Idt. its and KiiiMnn ante .;������������������ii_i������������������������������������, fiich as  wfjr._i������������������., iiuin ���������������������������lii.l bi'uiufls, thoy tint 1 It Invaluitblr.  Avoid siibs l.ltiite*, tli ora is but on* " l*aiubillor ',  ���������������������������-I'errj nitTi.-i'���������������������������'. o and 50c  There is harmony in the life only  ������������������s ul! its strings.are. tuned by pain.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Oh.i.imer��������������������������� "Is your married ��������������������������� life  on-, grand sweet song 1" Newly wed  ���������������������������"Well, since our baby's" been  fcorn'it'-'s been more like ari opera,  In!! of grand marches, with loud  calls for the author every night."  Ro 8ui ��������������������������� you ).������������������t the Mml you hav* aiwayn nan.  "The D .fc _" Menthol Piaster, For rkeamati .m,  neurHljria, etc., uotliiiif; is better, liad* only by  __-fii  . Lawrenoo Company.  ])' a married woman is looking for  (rouble all she has to do is read  ex tracts lo hcr husband from tho  letters he wrote her during theii  courtship,       ...   ,.   Tl  The Bonuly. of a Clear  Skin. ���������������������������  io condition of the liver regulates  the condition of the blood.    A dis-  oide.red liver causes  impurities in  the blood and    these show    Ihem-  selves in    blemishes   on thc skin.  Pui melee's Vegetable Pills in  acting  upon   the  liver act  upon, the  blood and a clear, healthy skin will  follow intelligent, use of this standard medicine.    Ladies, who will fully appreciate this prime quality of  these pills, can use them with'the  ce.tainty that    the effect    will  be  most gratifying.  7. JUST GOING TO SAY THAT.  A  son of Krin who had the mis-  n������������������ _. TV*nk. Woni-.v. Witter? __rM  Relieved By  Murine  Bye Jtemedy     '?rv  'Will Like Afurine. Jt Soothes. 50e At  Your Druggists. Write ].'or Eye RookV  Free.   Murine Kye ltemcOy Co.? TomiS."  All men are more or less homelv  ���������������������������usually more.  Minard's Linim������������������i.t Cure. Burnt, _E.c.  The less advice a man hands his  neighbors the more popular he will  qal yes "���������������������������������������������*��������������������������� vms*������������������������������������������������������  wr   fite*l*,|HriKi gt*d Co. Ltd.. Tor*oto40o|.  THE LI NOMA . TRUSS will bold miy rcdiicibl*  hernia. Endorsed by foromo-. medinil moo  Wnte for pa.ticul������������������i_. B. UXO.MAN, <K������������������i_'d).'  M out real.  H  In us  loe_*.  .OK-F-ORtT_E:*D_������������������r-l_ ..COUSTICOIM3*  ^    one of th* ruarreli of th* eleitrical  an*  use throughout the  world.   Write for rivtal  Jog _*.   Geu*r������������������l  leou.tio Co., ef C������������������n*d������������������   Ltd  aiYoacoStroot. Toronto. '       "  Band Uniforms  Sample* and Catalogue Free  Rex Tailoring Co.ii_i_d  T0_0_T������������������r  WHATS5C0  WILL DO  Inve&tod in  Growing  Eucalyptus Timbor  In California.  At Ui. end of th������������������ 51h year it nsanre*  a net cash rtturn of $750 if you want vour  nioiiuy  back  at  that  timo,  .rwFoir  looo.nn  11?.5.0!1  1C50.01  1500.00  become.  fortune to gethnixed up in an acci  dent was  a hospital  That ,  Anyone  Can Use  iMKl!  B 0NEE^r,3RAll"'NPS O. GOODS.  his only injury  VouMO't ti-ukeii n-.iitaio ������������������lih _ | Jji: Dyp, unil nsw  tli. WHON_ 1 .*��������������������������� fur lh. _i;i-,u'h yon linvr to color  OM.'. D.v. for A!.!. KIN OS vt cloth. MI_p1;_. _,_  lnipi.<������������������.<IM_   /UIkiIpii lOc-rptja iiavk.ic* _rcr.i >-our  Uniuui . io lir'il _. Spni;>>f V.ari} mil Duulclct Krce.  Thi.  J' I.i ...i.i-l!'. Iim.Imi-i Co., Limited,   .   nijtrciil.  immediately conveyed to  where it was found that  . .. was a slight wound.  Thc house surgeon carefully examined him, after, which he thus stated the case to the nurse :���������������������������'   '  ".As subcutaneous abrasion js not  observable. I think there is little  reason tu apprehend tegumental  cicatrization of the wound. What  do ytrti Ih.i.k yourself?" ho asked  Pat. with fi mischevious smile.  "Sure, .doctor,"    replied      Pat,  "you're a wonderful thought-readier     You took the  very words out  I of my mouth.-   I was just going l:o  ���������������������������sav that."  The superiority of Mother Craves'  Wcvin Exterminator is shown by its  good effects on the children. Purchase a bottle and give it a trial.  PROUD MEN'S R EGRET.  Somo men arc so proud of themselves that they even spend time  regretting the fact that they can't  be oil earth to read what the history books will have to say about  them.  APPENDICITIS  Tared without op. ru tions. All who ore nf.  flirt, d with DiIp di.oa.i' nnd wish (o bo  enr������������������'d p.rrunM.. .ly, diifely mid oulekly  witli thin Kreat Ilomropnthlc remfdy,  which will be ny.nl . pant-mid any where  lu tlie world., with' full Inn (motions for  minjt no n. to _. ect u pormnnent cure.  Price   12.   AddreM  4ohn   T.  Walt,   Homeopath lo   Pharmacy,  Arnprtor, Canada.  ���������������������������Oi���������������������������At���������������������������ihe-.ifd���������������������������of-tlri'���������������������������6tIi year"  Or " " 7th     "  Or.        " '��������������������������� oth     ������������������������������������������������������  Or *' " yd,     "  Or " " 10th     "  Or at tho .nd of tin: 10th jrar you may  .vithdraw $600 f-auh, nnd tin*, name amount  piuiuitMy for live yearv. ' making a total  bf C2C0O within fifteen years.  Kirst _tu-t|_af,'e Kevurity iu giveu Investor,  and  Toronto Trustees Guard Your Interests  "Until you tiro paid every dollar         -- - J1H   l>tBiI'll - ������������������l)OV<������������������, --��������������������������� - ���������������������������      -  Detailed     information     mailed  promptly on   request.  WRITE  TODAY.     DO   IT   NOW.  Toronto Eucalyptus Syndlcato  W.  E. DYER, Mnnasor,  114 King WeM, Toronto.  the:  URGE!  IKS  iltrpro .  p;t_'.r\ t  VC'.:: bo.l_  he L e nox fiofel  {Nl,   Y.  / _>vproof.  BUFFALO,  f/iffliasl Grade  The ideal hot. ��������������������������� for tourists ;uk! .visitor!.*  io Buft.-ilo, Ni.ijr_.,���������������������������:_������������������������������������������������������ Kails, and j.oinis on  ihe Great Lukes and Si. Lawi-onei. River.-,  EUROPEAN  PLAN  $1,50 jicr day nnd up.  I'Mrni...   iniiy   tulu*  Taxl-NiVio     .   Onrrlnce.    from  ���������������������������.lei'iif)01 nluii-tt.-. lulinl������������������l,i.'l!������������������ii_liiu*illii. I0TI11: l.onoi.  Whon in   Buffalo stop  at Tlio lonox.  The accommodations and   sorvlco art sure  to please.  C. A. A1INHR   Mannfisr  COUGHS & COLDS  LEAD TO CONSUMPTION  Co!d������������������ are (lie m.it  dnng������������������;ous  of  all  forms of d_ea.5.    A neglected cold leads  to Bronchitis, Consumption, Pneumonia.  "Coughs" are the result of irritated bron-  chialtubei.   "PSYCHINE"curcscoughs  ty removing the  irritating particles and  I healing the inflamed  mimbrane.    Il is a  I germicide and destroys the tubercle germ.  I It is a tonic that strengthens the lungi, the  liver, and tonts up the system.     h makes  for better health in ell conditions of humanity. Getstrongandthccough will disappear.  "PSYCHINE": make,   weak   people  [ strong.    It cutes couglis of the most obdu-  I rale kind and breaks up a cold in a few  I houis.   ... '. ."-v .'.;       Write for Free Sample.  For S������������������i������������������ ly ill D.  t.iib anil Dealers SOc. A $1  ftrbottlo.  Dr. T. A.SLOCUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  _!'  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 30... 1.910.  We have just received  a lot of  ture  and have more coming  ._> _'.'_'.-.."..,'  ���������������������������x>o ooooooooo  Loivest Prices in the  Valley  OOOO OOOOO-DOOOOOOOOOOOOO  For the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,    Rugs   and    Mats.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  BACK FROM PORT GEORGE  J. L. Ruttan returned from a trip  to Fort George on Monday, a wiser  but not sadder man. Mr. Ruttan ,  \ left Enderby two :. months ago. He  j had his own outfit, and was the first  1 to drive into Fort George in his own  i wagon. He saw the country, likes it  j but docs not want to go there to  i live for some years yet. He met  J hundreds of people, going and coming  i who had not the faintest conception  i of what they were going up against.  j Others    with    families    were  turning  When a boy keeps the heels of his  shoes as nicely polished as the toes,  we know that he is careful and tidy,  When a church ground are kept clean  of weeds, and planted to flowers and  green foliage and trees, we know it  is dispensing more than a church  bazaar religion.  Henry Greyell is showing a Logan  berry patch of phenomenal growth  and enormous crop this season. In  his intensive fruit gardening this  year Mr. Greyell has made a marvelous showing.  __K_$_i_S__>  ?;H*S  _!_:  _������������������jp  . V.V_lt,.-_  ore  argams  ______  Witch Hazel  Face Cream  and the non-greasy toilet  preparation  Euthmol Cold  Cream  Are necessary adjuncts to  every ladies' toilet���������������������������most  especially at this season of  the year when the warm  sunshine burns, blisters  and causes roughness of  the skin.     Try a sample.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. E_<J������������������rby  jback,    convinced    that   this   was no  itimc to go there untent "upon making      T1'C men   who   carry most lies and  ia home.   Thc country is too diflicult ; cause most trouble, are thc men who  ' to get into, and there is really noth- \ haven't enough    to do to keep their  ! ing there, in its present undeveloped"j heads active and hearts pure,  state to give employment to a fraction of    the   great   numbers Hocking  thither.     Mr. Ruttan is convinced of  the    magnificent    possibilities  of thc  country along   the Grand Trunk Pacific, but would not advise the taking  of a family   into   the country unless  one is financially able to provide the  necessaries of life independent of any  support   that   one   might    get from  labor performed in the country.  _���������������������������  To expect uniformity of opinion in  this world, is to look for stagnation  in everything that makes for the betterment of the race.  Next time   you   visit   the Enderby  j station, see if you   can find the station sign,  LACK OF DECENT PRIDE  Enderby merchants certainly have  troubles of their own. We saw some  strawberries brought into the stores  I this week that were a 'disgrace to  'any country, and yet the merchants  .were expected to receive them, place  ���������������������������them along side of good fruit and  ���������������������������sell them to their customers. Thc  ! berries referred to were poorly picked  j and' packed in dirty "used-over"  | boxes, and were covered with sand  j and clay dirt. When we see other  ^strawberry growers who take pride  | in their work, and bring their fruit  . to market fresh and clean and at-  1 tractive to the eye, we do not won-  |der that they complain bitterly when  '���������������������������a fellow takes advantage of the market'and thrusts upon it stuff that  should have been fed to the chickens.  PROVINCIAL TAXES DISCOUNT  We can   still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  cut at the present timt  on  Our  Sausage is still  Leader  Are you a provincial tax payer?  Then you will be interested to know  that, while the tax notices that were  sent out last November stated that  the rebate was 'ten per cent, for  prompt payment, thc recent legislature raised the rebate for prompt  payment on improved property, personal and income, to 25 per cent,  while that on wild land and timber  land is still ten per cent. Many of  those now remitting their taxes to  the collector are allowing only for  the ten per cent. (*ebate for prompt  payment, and as a consequence thc  excess has to lie mailed back to them  Three   Reasons  Why You Should  Trade at the  Cash Store  First: We have on hand what  you want.  Second: We buy for cash and  our customers get the benefit of the cheap buying.  Third: Our expenses are light.  People often say, "Why is  it that you sell cheaper than  the others do?" And our answer is the third reason given  above.  Walter   Robinscn  CASH GROCER  _������������������&__.  *���������������������������������������������_  *___$_  ____?  /.*_  * ��������������������������� _}!.  mer  Waists  ���������������������������*_  ooo  Fish ancl Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  KELOWNA'S  RAPID  GROWTH  PROFESSIONAL  The   new   assessment^ roll    for the  city of Kelowna has been completed  after several  weeks'  steady work by  .Mr.   J.  L.  Doyle,    the   assessor.   As  .F^llERBy^B.^C.^the^result^oUcar-efiil^-i-cv-ision^of^pre^  vious  valuations  the    total  assess-  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon. 11 to 12  Afternoon, . to _  EvcniiiK. 7 to 8  Sunday, by iippoinlinent  0flic . Cor. ClifT .nnd  _ oo r_e .S'ts. __!"> _R_Y  w.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C.  ment now stands   at   the respectable  figure of    ?1,1_0)000,    an   increase of  ?310,080 over thc assessment of 1909.  j No definite rale of taxation  has yet  ��������������������������� been struck by the Council, but it is  j hoped to place it no higher than 22  : mills, which, with thc rebate of one-  1 sixth    for    prompt   payment,    would  give a net rate of about 18 1-3 mills.  ���������������������������Kelowna Courier.  Maui_wu������������������fa_w ____M___c_������������������_njM__________������������������n_i  SECRET SOCIETIES  NEW  WHARF  AT SUM.MI.RLAND  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Endorby Lodge No. .0  Regular meeting- fir������������������l  Thursday on ur after the  full moon nt P. p. m. in Odd-  fellowa Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially  invitod.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  Mr.  '���������������������������rict  over  Kress  wharf.  T. Kilpatrick, C. P. R. dis-  supcrintendent, was in town  Thursday,    inspecting  the  rro-  made at thc new dock and  Hc    fully    intends   that the  packing house f.'ill bc in readiness  for the crop in six weeks' time.���������������������������  Sumirrerland Review.  I. 0.0. F.  Eureka Lod(t������������������, No. iO  Meets every Tuesday evening* nt 8 o'clock, in I. 0.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.    Visiting brother* always    welcome.    .7.   A.  McMorland,  N. G.,  A.  Reeves, Sec'y, E. J. Mack, Treaa.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of I'. Hall.   VU!tor������������������ cordially invitod to att������������������nd.  ROUT. N. BAILEY, C.C.  C. I .STRICKLAND, K.R.8.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  K. of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby _u!tabl������������������  for public entertainment . For rates, etc, apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE. M. E., Bnderby  MORIS WEALTH .DISCOVERED  A tremendous strike of free milling  gold is reported   at   Bitter Creek, 15  ;miles from Stewart, on thc Portland  t '  ; Canal: The stampede which followed  | the news emptied thc latter place of  ���������������������������many inhabitants. The find is described as the richest in many years.  Thc scene on thc wharf at Vancouver  was reminiscent of thc days of the  Klondike rush.  A great many people mistake stubbornness for bravery, meanness for  economy, and vileness for wit.  J\ *tp i &_o  Typewriter  for 17c Day!  You don't have to draw on  your Bank Account when you  pay=on" the^Pen ny .PI __T  You need not disturb your dollars.   Keep them at work earning  Per  Cent  on  __*  -���������������������������-���������������������������  _������������������?���������������������������  i  n.  interest!  We offer our newest model,  the Oliver Typewriter No. 5 ���������������������������  fresh from the factory���������������������������for Seventeen Cents a Day.  When wanting the best in  Groceries, order from us,  either in person,  by note     ������������������f  or 'phone.  Prompt service  alwavs.  POLS ON  Mercantile Co.  p.  vP^  -E~N-D-E=R-B-Y"B=R-Fe-K-=  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co. Enderby  H   A   Y  No tedious wait! No red tape!  No long-drawn-out correspondence!  You quickly own your Oliver  and scarcely notice the outlay.  You can have the use of your  machine while pennies are "paying the freight."  You will never have a better  chance to test the power of pennies.  The Oliver is everywhere.  The Oliver Typewriter Co.,  The Oliver Typewriter Building, Chicago, 111.  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.  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  Don't Go to Bed To-night without saying  a good word for the town you live in.  And add another word for the Home  Products of your town.  _l  .1  _I  . .AI  "_*>1  &1


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