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 fy>^  i   V  Enderby, B. C,  July 14, 1910  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 20; Whole No. 124  Brief Mention of News  of Interest to Enderby District  Paddy Murphy is visiting his mining properties in the Lardeau.  ! Sunday school   picnic to Kelowna,  July 20th.   Have you a ticket?  Harry Krebs is off on a business  trip to the northwest provinces.  John Moser has his new home at  Mara nearly ready for occupancy.  Robert Peel's home presents a very  handsome appearance after being  newly painted.  Photographer Honey closed his engagement in Enderby last week. -He  will return next month.  Wm. Matheson has sold his farm  on Deep Creek to Mr. Hall, a late  arrival from the Old Country.  It does not look well' for a city to  allow the grass to grow under its  feet.���������������������������Revelstoke Mail-Herald.  The   newly  organized .. Basket  Ball  _ Club will.give .a   shirt-waist  dance in  K. P. hall, Friday eve, July 22nd.  Mara is making a . move to get a  new hall, " better - mail service, and a  resident ,'agent and telegraph' operator."   - *_ " -.  S. Poison has made a great improvement in repairing the .old .residence, on "Cliff .street, "next to /The  Walker Press.  A number' of Enderbyites .enjoyed  the dance given at Hullcar last Fri-"  day evening, and all report being  royally treated.  Armstrong has concluded that it is  time for the town to break away  from the 'municipality, and will become a duly incorporated city.  Vernon takes pride in the Fire Brigade band, and shows it. in a tangible way by granting that organization $600 for the current year.  Rev. Mr." Gifford returned .to Enderby from Kelowna last Friday, intending to go to New Westminster on  Monday to enter upon his college  work.  In the small debts court on Saturn.  onably expected that the City would  set an example by keeping its peop-  erty���������������������������the city streets���������������������������clean and free  from the noxious-weed evil.   But the  _-.,���������������������������   n , .. .     !-,,      .       ,,.���������������������������   ".       city is and has   been   the most flag-  The   Columbia   Flouring   Mills has ! _.    ,  ______  .������������������.    *,_. u -        ���������������������������  irant   offender -against   its own law.  phoned the following changes in pri- i ��������������������������� ������������������  __. _.-_���������������������������_ ._-���������������������������-���������������������������-.      c 4.u ��������������������������� i       Jxist note the rank crop permitted to  ees since the printing of their regular -  _-._    ._._ t u    _    _o or   grow on the main streets, and in the  price list on page four:  wheat, ������������������2.25  day before Magistrate Rosoman, Mrs.  Foulds sued "Frank Martin for a  board bill of $12.25. Judgment for  plaintiff.  The road leading from Enderby  past the Stepney ranch is receiving  some attention this season, and is  being widened and otherwise improved.  - F. Pyman has- purchased the lot  upon which stands the old Kenny  home, on Cliff street, from Geo. Bell,  and is going to erect a store' building thereon.  Conductor Ernest Davis, cousin of  Rev. and Miss Mclntyre, of Revelstoke, was killed at that place last  week by being run over by the engine  of his train.  Manager Stevens, of the A. R. Rogers Company has done the handsome thing toward the Enderby hospital, giving electric light service  free of all cost.  Word has been received from Vancouver of the death, there of the  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burnham,  for whose health they departed for  the coast several days ago.  With steady practice between now  and July 28th the Enderby baseball  team could go down to the Naramata  Regatta and come home with the  Ellison championship cup.     Easy?  An adjourned meeting of the Board  of Trade will be held in the commit-  per sack; oats, $1.30 per sack; oat  chop, 85c   per 65-lb sack. -   *  The Enderby contingent to Kamloops on July 12th was large and  happy���������������������������when they started. Wednesday morning they were quite unanimous in the'opinion that it was very  warm at Kamloops."  Complaints are coming in thick-and  fast about the dangerous condition  of the Enderby bridge.' It is also  complained that the- roads leading to  Enderby are in a very much better  condition than the streets of Enderby.  The young ladies of Enderby have  organized a basket-ball club, and will  start the game as soon as the  grounds can be made ready. .Mr.  Moffet has kindly granted permission  for a court to be laid out on his  handsome home grounds.  Wheat cutting at the Stepney ranch  is underway- this week. They have a  100-acre field of wheat which Manager  Heggie claims is the finest he * has  ever grown on the ranch. - It is a picture .to look at," so uniformly well-  headed arid'strong'of. stock.  Rev. Mr.' Campbell informs us that  the tickets for the Sunday School  excursion to Kelowna are now on  sale. One representative of each Sunday school will handle .them, and the  following have been named: F. Pyman,  Methodist; Mr. Hawkins, Baptist; R.  -Wheeler, Presbyterian.  -If you want to spend a quiet Sunday "outing, you can go to Mara by  Saturday afternoon's train" and put  up at the home hotel of S. D. Hine,  on the bank of the Spallumcheen, and  the next day.tramp the mountains or  whip the streams to your heart's  content, returning to Enderby Monday morning.  vacant lot next to the 'postoffice.  Displays for the" Second Annual  Flower, Fruit and Vegetable Show,  to be held today on the handsome  grounds about the Moffet home, are  coming in fast, and the show promises to excel all. previous efforts. In  addition to the show, there will be  many attractions in the afternoon  and evening, to which all are invited.  The band will be in attendance, and  refreshments served at the various  booths.  Gilbert Mohr Drowned  While Swimming in the River  BIG FIRE AT KAMLOOPS  Kamloopsv suffered one of the severest fires it has ever had last Monday  evening. A C.P.R. ' freight shed was  totally destroyed, also several cars  loaded with freight, six .residences  and a-store building.  About once a year Enderby is disturbed by a "drowning accident in the  river. Tuesday, the Glorious Twelfth  was the date of the present season's  accident, and Charles Gilbert Mohr,  a young man of sterling character,  was the victim. In company with  Harold Moffet, and Leslie and Will  Oliver, Gilbert went to a favorite  swimming hole at Johnny's Meadow,  opposite the Fortune home. It was  soon after, a hearty meal, and a mile  walk in the hot noon-day sun. Gilbert donned his bathing suit in his  overheated condition and took a  "header"  into   the   chilly  waters of  ly next week North Enderby will - be _  canvassed.   We are unable to give the ,  amount already solicited, but we understand it fully meets the most sanguine expectations    of   the ladies of ���������������������������  the auxiliary.  The people of   Mara have done far  more   than    was   expected   of them.  The ladies of the Mara committee set'  out to raise $25. * The following let-"-'  ter tells how much better they' did:   -  "Dear Mrs. Leech-Porter: .Enclosed  please find cheque for $42 for the En- -  derby and District" hospital, proceeds  of the social evening" and dance held  here on Friday last.      I- daresay you  ���������������������������o  WANTED���������������������������AT ONCE���������������������������At Kelowna,  a good general servant. Three in  family; one child:---Box, 122. Kelowna..-  the river.   He   came up and was on . may have    seen   someone   from here ���������������������������  the surface but a few moments when I who will have told you all about it.  his companions noticed his head drop   It   certainly   was    a   .great success,   .  under the water.     Before they real- i though --got  up    so   quickly.     With*:  ized anything was wrong he sank out   kindest regards, yours truly,  of sight.     Harold    Moffet   hurriedly '-.''���������������������������       MRS! E. HINE.  came to-town   for   assistance and a-      * ,*  grappling hook. Several teams were - The first.case to go to. the hospital'^  hurried to the scene, but it was fully" was taken in Tuesday'afternoon, and: ,.  an hour or more before-the body was -is a very serious one. Mrs. Embry':  recovered. W. A.-Russell happened * was. found in the yard of.their home :  to come up the river in a canoe, and , opposite the ' residence of A. Ef. Tay- '.:  lor, stricken   with ' convulsions,' andV .  was   -immediately   removed    to"   the  emergency ward by Dr. Keith.   Mrs.  Embry was    alone   when discovered,''  ^Th.^urPbred^stocE-farm of Robt.  Waddell presents many - interesting  feature to the average traveller at  this season. He has gold-medal  poultry; gold-medal Scotch Terror  and bob-tailed English sheep dogs,  pedigreed show cats, and pure-bred  cattle and horses. Everything about  the place is high-class even to the  magnificent flower garden and grain  fields.  If you want to see what the hills  about Enderby will produce, climb  the hill back of Mr. Lawes' home and  see the growth o in his experimental  garden on the hill top. He has fruit  trees, potatoes, green peas, wheat,  oats, barley and corn, and various  vegetables, and they are farther advanced, and appear to be in better  condition than any garden to be seen  on the low lands.  Mara's school board squabble does  not clarify with elucidation. An effort to do so was made last Friday,  at a meeting -of the pojpulace in the  school house, and after an hour or  two of acrimonious discussion the  matter was postponed until the arrival of. the school inspector. The  feeling seems to prevail that it would  be better for each member and officer  of the old board to resign and let a  new board be elected whose members  could work in harmony and peace.  When    the   City   Council passed a  near-by where the men were grappling  saw, the body,'", face ' upward* oh-the  sandy * bottom in scarcely eight feet  of water.- It was drawn up and carried to the   grassy    bank, where for' Mr. Embry having left on the excur-  more than four hours Dr. Keith and ^ion to Kamloops."   Shc is in a pre_:  others  exerted every  effort  to  bring  carious condition    from uremic poi-  TL.   n       .         .     .          n     . r      ..back respiration.   After all-had been   soning.  Tins Promises to lie a Great Event *������������������e. a strong hemorrhage _om the i - ���������������������������   mouth and    nose   indicated some in- j MARA NEWS  ternal rupture.     The hemorrhage, in j         ���������������������������- -        "'  conjunction with the dropping of the I    Many mineral    claims    are    being  f '  On Thursday, July(38th, the people of  Naramata will put forth their best efforts to'please those who take advantage of the cheap excursions arranged  for that day and visit this town  head  while he    was    swimming,  and,staked on Proctor Creek,  his sinking without a struggle,, would J    Miss Jennie   M.    Richards , of Van-  indicate that   death   was due to the   couver is   visiting   Mrs. Ernest Ben-  The charming lake trip on the C.P.R. _!ruPture of some vital artery, caused  nett.  palatial steamer "Okanagan" is one of by the shock of   the   sudden plunge!   _     , ���������������������������  ..he big attractions for tne day.   .The into the cold water in his overheated |   G���������������������������ha���������������������������, B'others   are    erecting a  management have  the   idea that the'       ....             .    , ���������������������������     , T.   .    comfortable home   for Victor Witala  ���������������������������_i���������������������������u^4. _ +_,* t _i _ o;__ ..   condition    and    '������������������������������������������������������"    ~t *���������������������������    Ti   ���������������������������  people between the Lake and Sicamous  Junction should be afforded at least one  cheap excursion down the lake each  yearrand-they"propose*to=furnish=that  excursion, as well as a  bright, snappy  five-hours' entertainment at the Nara  mata end that will be pleasing to all.  WAR CANOE RACES"  The greatest excitement was created  full stomach. It is  doubtful if he could have been revived even if he   had been recovered  near the station,    and'   just opposite  the handsome home of his father.  Horatio 'Gordon  Davies is  puttiiig  the finishing touches to his house on  immediately after sinking.  Gilbert Mohr   was 24 years of age,  and a very popular young man.   For   the banks of the  Spallumcheen,   and  some time past he had been working   expects to occupy it during the com:  at the saw mill, and boarding at the   iuS week,  last year by   the  splendid War Canoe j Enderby Hotel.   His parents and sis-j    Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Perkins of Los  _r^,___L__ff& _2Kit",r._. a,������������������old home -a-:**���������������������������. - viSiti���������������������������_. Mr*. _-.._������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������  Regatta on June 23rd,  and everything road t0    i>al.mon   Arm-    about   two  father, Mr. Kcllett, at Kelvin Grove,  points to these great races reaching the J miles north of    Enderby.   Mrs. Mohr  Their stay is  likely to bc prolonged  has recently suffered a serious illness  and  is  in  no    condition   to bear  up  under this   new   load    of   grief.   For   a trip down the   Thompson to Kam  till well on to Christmas.  G. S. Salt took a party of four on  high-water mark on July 28th.  LIFE-SAVING   CREWS  Another   of   the    mos"t  spectacular  events of   the  day   will   be the great' her"      ,   t,      f th d sjst       the j iOOM severai   davs   a������������������ro   in hl- nPW  struggle between the Life-Saving crews * loops several   uays   ago,  in ins new .  of the s.s.   "Okanagan,"   s.s. "Aber-1deepest sympathy of the community   iaunch.   it   was    most   exciting   at  deen" and s.s.   "York" for the Robin-  goes out.  The crew   of   the  Aberdeen  son cup,  won this race at the last Regatta and  they say "What we have we hold."  This will be a hot contest.  BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP  The highest pitch to which the excitement ran last year was in the final  game between Kelowna and Summer-  land for the Price Ellison Cup. This  year Hon. Mr. Ellison not only presents a splendid cup, but the winning  team are to be decorated with SILVER  MEDALS as well. The strongest team  on the Lake will be pitted against the  best team the north end of the Valley  The body was removed to a spare-  room in the Enderby Hotel, very  kindly set apart by Mr. Manning,  where Undertaker Holtby has prepared it for interment. Thc funeral  service will be held in the Presbyterian church at 2:30 Thursday afternoon.  times, and   most   enjoyable   all .the  way.  Roadmaster Little has done some  splendid road work in and about  Mara this season. The river road  from the bridge to the Jas. Bell  farm is one of the best pieces of road  constructed in the district, and adds  a great deal to Mara's development.  Mara people have the progressive  bee buzzing in their bonnets. On  Saturday last a number of the best  workers gathered at the hurrying  grounds and started to fence the  land and put it . in first-class condition. It will,, be laid out in flowers  part of all upon whom they have ' and grass plots. There were engaged  I called, and they feel deeply grateful. {in the work the following gentlemen:  CONGRATULATIONS, MARA  The ladies having in hand the work  ,   ,.        . . ������������������������������������������������������   of soliciting    funds   for the com'plcte  can muster,   and   the winners  of the ,     ...        ,    .,      _  ,   , . _.  game will be considered the champions 'furnishing of    the   Enderby and Dis-  of ihe Valley for the season.  The prob-1 tnct cottage hospital, have met with  abilities are that it  will be Penticton the most generous treatment on the  vs. Enderby.     This match is timed for  4 p.m.                                                      J  LOTS OF GOOD MUSIC '     -   ,.        T        .   ���������������������������     . ,     ,r  The   Summerland   Brass   and   Reed | Mrs.-Leech-Porter    and    Mrs.   Flew-, Messrs.    Ahier,   Blurton,     Davidson,  Band has been engaged for the day,and { welling report having visited 37 peo-  Davies, Davy, Gray, Green, Johoson,  tee room of the City Hall to-morrow , noxious * weed   by-law,    making it a  (Friday) evening at 8 o'clock. Considerable business of importance will  be transacted.  criminal offense for any property  owner to permit noxious weeds to go  to seed on his property, it was reas-  the Vernon Band Ts expected also." The j I>le in one day, and received $34 for  very best of band music will, theretore, j the work. The other ladies engaged  flow abundantly. * |in the worki while not reporting such  FJ^ttT^ are pleascd that they haV���������������������������,  and all Borts of' Novelty Stunts in the |been so    wel1   received.   They expectation that they would fence it and put  water. to finish Enderby this week, and ear-  it in oondition   for a burial ground.  Kellet, Kelly, Massay, Patula and  Riches. This is the piece of land  which was given to the people of  Mara by Mr.   Chas.   Little on condi- _���������������������������  ���������������������������OR,-.THE'NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL HILL.  _��������������������������������������������� .ir__M  t ._._rr_l{   XVII!.--(_'������������������.m"<l)      | m  i j i-  ��������������������������� i , i-i ��������������������������� i'i  "()!i.   vc*-:i:!Mi.     .ou.a'i .   y**u     <n<l  li..!   l������������������in*ii   'uy   ni'iilicr's   hair!"'  and  with r. "-liuddor Maude unwound the,  ;u*ii! which *-;i elosely eneireled hor.  ������������������  i  dollar*,  answer, j  uin. ia..e   hill ������������������������������������������������������!  'Xo,   Maude,  no.    'I  c-'-uh'ln'  I  lii.vt] il now, aud t-steem it my  cht.ic-rst ti'fvi:_iiro. Wiicn I lu'urd  ihai yuu were born, niy heart softened toward the young girl. Mother iind I wrote, u.-kiug- ihat 11ar- j  rv'y child might be called i'or inc..  J\ly letter did not. reach lhem until  yt.'i' had heen baptized -Matilda,  which was the name of your inuThcr.  iii;" grandmother, but, to prove  iheii* goodness, (.hey ever after  called you IMaude.'"''  "Then .( was- namo-d for yuu:''  an I Maude Heniintrloi; canie back  to  the   embrace   of    Maude   Glcn-  i-Wo    ll!l!l-ll'C  il;oiigh   lhat   will  nnagre I i-ousscun.  .Dr. Kennedy was at th;il moment in an unenviable frame of  mind, i'or he wa.s trying to de.ide  whether he could part I'or a year  ui��������������������������� more with his oiini.led boy. who  g;ew  each d:iv   more dear tu  linn.  "Jt. will .!���������������������������) liim good. T know,''  he .said, "and 1 might, perhaps,  con-enL, if I could spare the money,  but .1 can't for 1 'haven't got it.  Thiit woman keeps me penniless,  and will wheedle me out of two hun-  kissing her v.hit? brow,  _ ov. er. who  ���������������������������centinurd : "Two years afterward  I found myself in Ycrnun. stopping fur ii night at the hotel. "I  will see them in the morning."' I  said���������������������������"Harry.  Matty,  and  the  lit-  fcio ehild:"   iind   1   asked the  land-, . ���������������������������.,ic,lt,  iii' tii ,      i i ileuses,  h-id where you lived. .L avhh standing upon thc stairs, and in the partial darkness he could nob sec my-;  anguish, when lie replied, "HIess  you, miss. I-i any Meniinglun died  <ri   fortnight   ago." i  died dollars  more.    Oh.  Mat "  1:1 e .did   not  finish   the  sentence,  for by this time he had reached the  ball.'where   ho  met   Mr.   De  Vere.  who  asked if  Louis was io go.  j     "De   can't,"   answered ,'the   duc-  | tci.    "1 have nut the means.   Mrs.  ; "Kennedy    says    Maude's wardrobe  j will  cost two 'hundred  dollars."  j     ' _.xcuse    me.    sir." interrupted  ' Mi-    .De  Vere.    -''I shall   attend  to  | Maude''s wauls   myself,  and if you  ! are nut able  to  bear   Louis's   ex-  I will willingly do it for the,  ! sake of having him with his sister,  i They  ought   not  to  be   separated,  '������������������������������������������������������ and who' knows but Louis's  dei'ur-  niitv  mav be  in a  measure relicv-  . edf:;  .I,  ''.How I reached iny room 1 never  kr*ew, but reach it 1 did. aud half  an hour later I knelt by his grave  Tins  last    decided    the    matter.  Leuis should   go-,   even  though  his  Though the NA-DRU-CO line of Medicinal and Toilet Preparations have been c_i sale  for a few months only, don't think for minute that in buying NA-DRU-CO goods you are  experimenting with new or untried .preparations.  Their Cnjmi  The twenty-one wholesale drug firms now unite.1  in the "National" had all of them lengthy careers,  some for fifty to one hundred years, prior to tlie union.  _)ach firm bad acquired or developed _ number of  valuable forimilre for medicinal and toiiet preparations,  allot" wliich became tha property of the "National".  Since the union our expert chemist., have carefully  gone over these fonnuke and selected the bc_t for the  NA-DRU-CO line. Every formula has been carefully  studied by these experts, improved if possible', and  then thoroughly tested again, in actual use, before  we consider it good enough to bear the NA-DRU-CO  Trade .Mark.  An Example  A good example of what we mean is NA-DRU-CO  Nervozone for Brain . _������������������ or nervous break-down.  Tlie formula was pronounced the most scientific com-,  biuntiou of nerve medicines, but this was enough for  us ; we bad it tried out wiili a dozen different kind of  Brain worker.-. ��������������������������� School Teachers, Lawyers, Bookkeepers���������������������������as well as Society leaders and home workers,  and everywhere the result was so good that we adopted  it as one'of thc best of "the NA-DRU-CO line.  There are therefore r.o experiments among  NA-DRU-CO preparations.- We have invested altogether too much time-, work .and money in the  NA-DRU-CO line to take any chances of discrediting it  witli preparations- that might not prove satisfactory.  We make absolutely certain that each preparation u  satisfactory before we endorse it with lhe NA-DRU-CO  Trade Mark.  Ask j'ous' physician or your druggist about the  firm behind NA-DRU-CO preparations and about the  NA-DRU-CO line. They can tell you, for we will  furnish fcheiri. ou request, a full list of the ingredients  in any NA-DRU-CO article.  J.vi.0  Back'  loney  Tf by any chance you should not be entirely  satisfied with any NA-DRU-CO article you try, return  the unused portion to the .druggist from whom you  bought it and he will refund your money���������������������������willingly,  too, because we return to him evcry cent lie gives  back to you.  ]f your druggist should not have the particular  NA-DRU-CO article you ask for in stock hc can get  it for you within two days from our nearest wholesale  branch.  Some NA-DRU-CO Preparations You'll Find Most Satisfactory.  Camphor fee  Grensele.is Toilet Cream  Tr.icj.    Powder  Tooth Paste  Tooth Powder  ESF.U-CO.  Baby'* Tablets  alvc  C  Dyspepsia Tab! eta  Headache Wafer*  Ca-.eara Laxa.ives (Tablets)      '     Herb Tablets ���������������������������  Coci Liver 0:1 Compcim Nervozoi*.  Tasteless {_\     ..        Pile Ointment  Chemical  t&Sn ?Zysf:. .������������������5*_ft __ __  C  mo?  w_ __������������������^^  National Drug a&d  Company of Canada, Limited  Wholesale Branches at:  HALIFAX  Rheumatism Cure  Su���������������������������_>- of Milk  Slciniess iodine Ointment  Toothache Gum  White Liniment  .    A-OJ.U-CO,  ST. JOHN,  ._.._vr.  ONLY   OUT;  PRODUCTS   BEAR  THIS  TRAOE   MARK  MONTREAL,    . OTTAV/A.  HAMILTON,   LONDON.  WINNIPEG.   REGINA,   CALGARY,   NELSON,  VANCOUVER,      VICTORIA.  ALWAYS   LOOK   FOR  THIS  TRADE   MARK  ��������������������������� fa th or mortgaged  Iiis   I'ann  to  pay , and  as    a  murk  respect, 'had  where   |  wept away every wmu  heart  ��������������������������� i    vour   ">'''"->!��������������������������� '  have often   regretted    it  .since.    i)id she never speak id me 1  Think.     .Did   vou     never  hear   my  lvr* i ih'-   bill, and .luriny the   few  weeks j ni.i-dc Black John 'their sexton. Per-  111 Yi whieh ela.sed before the loth, the .fcctlv  delighted with Lhe office, hc  th.-ugl)  name  ,)!���������������������������  , ���������������������������J11^_ _. ���������������������������_  e tlie 15th, thc:.foctlv  delighted with Lhe office  leub.nz oi my heart.   J <lid u-a s^ck, holl<so   presented  an   air  of   bustle  discharged    his   duties    faithfully.  in  inurv-ew    wnh    your  niotner,; an;- Cunflisj,m_ ctjuai _0 tliat which . particulaviy the ringing o������������������ the bell.  p.-Lceded Nellie's bridal.     -Mr. l)c'in short',   it was conceded   that on  Yore   remained  firm  in  his   intcn-   gic-ut- occasions   he   actually made  lien t-o defray all Maude's expenses ��������������������������� {jn> 0ld bell talk; and onc day. toil nd he delegated to Mrs. Kennedy j ward the last  of   September,  and  tlr:   privilege of purchasing what- ( fAP. nion'Jhs after the events of-t'he  lever she  thought- was  needful.    A ; preceding chapter,  an  opportunity  !'hiiiid.oni2  plain  silk  of blue    and j v.-a_. presented for a display of his  ' br-nvn   was    decided    upon    for  J^-: slcill.  naveling dress,   and  very  sweetly J    .j^.c nnon_o0n was warm antlsul-  h_ blind girl looked.when, arrayed | u.^   ,uv^ ���������������������������vcrcumc )]y (]Ai2 ]icat. the  "'In Vernun, I am sui*e L did,"  answered jraucle. "but J v.as then  too young to receive a very vivid  impression, and after we came  In:ro. mother. I fear, was Loo unhappy  tn  talk much uf the past.''  "I.  understand    it.;;     answered  De    Yerc.    restore*:  to  Maude Glendower. "J can see how  mie of her gentle nature would wither and die in this atmosphere,  and forgive me, Maude, she never  h.ved your, father as I loved him,  1'i.r had lie called me wife. .1 should  never have been here.  "What   made you conic  Maude;   and   the    lady  answered,  "l-'or     Louis's  sake     and  yours   I  earne.     1   never lost  sight   of yi.ui  nii'tlier.     I   knew   she  married   the  man I rejected, and from my inmost  .soul  1    pitied    her.    But.  I. am redressing her wrongs  and   those of  (hat   other   woman,   who   wore her  Ji! :  away      within     these    gloomy  w;ills.   Money is his idol, and when  you liiuch his  purse you touch his  tendero.-t. poini,    l.ut I have opened  she stood bt  n'nge   loungers had disposed    of  in hor simple aU-irc, on.-. _.-..���������������������������������������������..��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� v,  fore the man of Ood. whose words ,., |Kn,seiVPS_ some on the long piaz  were   to make her  a happy  bride, j z;i of t])(? ],^{e]i aiKj others in front  Slit could not- see ithe sunlight   of   (.,f [.Jic pri1K.ipa] storCj Vhere, with  levated heels and busy jaekknives.  Spring   streaming   into   'the  room  neilliei' conici she see the sunlight  ^-j,^. whjifi^j out, shapeless things,  'ove  shining    over    the__faee ������������������'i ,,r ',nac|(.   remarks  concerning  any  luckless  female    who   chanced    to  v-ass.     "While   thus   engaged,   they  oj   love  . jimiiji    mwi     tiie  lace ot)()r.  . Ki. , i! Ji.nics   De Vere.   nor yet tlhe  ear-' ���������������������������  ; nest ga/.e of those who thought  so  bu  hose who thought her  Ibeautiful   in   her helplessness  she could  feel it all,  am.  tho  were  sttartled    by    a  loud,   sharp  i ring from, the belfry of the Metho-  Icng eyelashes resting on her cheek :rji;.[: <.,f|lin.i:i-||i  suCcccjtti by !X merry  were writ with tears, when a warm1 |)(<li)   NV]^j<J}1    seemed    to  proclaim  kiss was pressed upon'her lips, and ���������������������������    f j u  "What's up now?'"' the loungers  said to each other, as the tlhrce  ���������������������������sir kes were repeated in rapid suc-  -1.  !<.  _.i I __  _i_l  _ _ n: K_einied.v  nol lie flowed again. "I should i  have made a >-plcndid carpenter," j  tne lady '-out inned, "for nothing;  p'.a-M-.   nie more than  lhc sound ol .  ,. voice murmured in her car, "My  wife���������������������������my darling Maude.''  There' were bitter   tears  shed at  ihat  parting;    Maude    .Clendower   ^^  wrepins. ])iissionately over the cluki,     .  ,,i   riarrv   Hrmington,  and   Doctor | (  ' U- <.*an  umaing to his bosom the j    11 s too ..  "" ^^lin^^lTtttr^iltTyt1-1'-''^^^ t-lw-M^a-ncUi^tUc^auntu  neet I ''"' tinued   they   walked   raintlly.ti  "t be  a-  much  toll,''  like  they said.  ���������������������������.    dancing  tin- hammer and  a it none, Ishall  fixing the milin  hii'.e excileiiii'iM  other-  dirl."  .\l ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� nor-    ,\l I ,^.  ki.i'W   wha!   lime  1 liC      f:;nt      i.f      ihl'  saw. ;ii!������������������i when vou  little  huneliliacK  Ho;,  ami   his.     They   might never  l  ...ai,,. and the father's heart clung | Hie church  i'(,!idl>  to his only sou  Thr-iiiiih  tli-*   narhor  solace invsr  h,,:i:-e. ' I  ur    die  a  ���������������������������a nil  must  ih������������������-  iav   anil  1 .mi u];oli the. sea  .l\i lined'-  O'di.ek.     I  11i*--__ erci  iii'ln". e.  ���������������������������a hy  arc ;, (  \\h\   i:-   th;i  I'.i-ii 11,-it;, ,    <|o   *. ii.l  I i-- " came from  :-.lairs. and Mr>.  "Il     is    on-  kissing  and  i,  " I lie;  laic,  ilii  in t he pa I!oi  <i!Y at     "lice  mine  'Sp.*ii*f   \ >ur  c<>i!iiii_   di I'-'ci;;, .  bl nd L'i rl :ilT-*eti.  in d\   'a cut   do\\ n  >n ; ing ii|i .-o  lamp Iniriiing  . i i: _  i i  vit h foil i i lib-  lt'^  U'.'l '-."Ml!  I'ilMIU  .���������������������������(III!  mil :-\\  to  he  1.-  ���������������������������PC:  li-;..'  > m  ihe  Ken  down    lh(-  i noble  ! ������������������������������������������������������ ssel   rido-;   and   as   the   evening  ;-_md comes dancing over the wave,  ! il   -v/eejis  acru*'*--   the  deck  i il,.< elteek of ;i brown-eyed boy  : !ii'iing"lhe  curls froiifthe lirov.- oi"  _h"������������������e   fi.ic.',   upturned  to  the ���������������������������  iii-in sit  h"'' --idf, ���������������������������ecu!* almost i  calm, so peaceful  is its :  ,}' perl'-ci bliss.      Many !  curio u.-ly    upon    that  ill.    voices   were   very j  ��������������������������� aid.   "The  little boy is;  while     there    was     a  in   tin-   whisper,  wo ni le ring  pas  u at  -a<ic"*-s  lord.  I'll .l-TKIi  XIX  l!i  !   W (  i! let  ..���������������������������   liiind  ���������������������������I'fiil'C,  'ier  n;i\e  w ccri  gi.l  ii nd  litis  Afiei   ihe nielii  oi  \\ hi  written, the tie .-.\ affecli  _ I ���������������������������*...   Kennedy   an  was    stronger    than  wheu  th"   former  :-.'iid  t  band,' "Maude  must  have  an   _ut-i  lit,  worthy   i.f   a   rich   man's    stop- :  daughter." he knew- by the tone nf ���������������������������  bci   \oice   that,     r'-nioiisii':' 'ice   was;  useless,   and' an.-.wored   inccklv .   "D  will do what- is right. Imt don't  ,lje| ,,  If; i      ext rav::g;i);t.     for       Nellie's1  .kth*"-, almost     ruined  mc.       Will  JU'ty  doilars do'"  "Fifty dollars!" n*-.eaicd the  ]-,):\v. "Arc you crii'.y .'" Then,  ti n'ched perhaps by \he submissive.  <���������������������������;;|;ression of his face, she added.  "As Maude ;':- blind, she will nor  r.'-.ed ;i-*- much as if she were going  i_l once   into suJeiy.     I'll  try ami  i in  t-il  ;.eg die,  --o  i ;,; re - doll  ha. i'  ua/i'd  ���������������������������j roil p.   .'i'i'  '. >\   v, hic'ii  i.-l't.l'ini'd.  v.. I'd   of  ������������������������������������������������������ i i ,h   I old   l"   I 'lie  , . u,-i������������������   iliai   "1!mj  ��������������������������� ,.-   blind."  Th'.v   knew    it    b,  iii ��������������������������� >.i]ii11U'   ni     her  gaccful   motion   ol  . i..|.ed  in   lhe  air.  ,-r|   by t'he untiring watchfulness of  the h'usbaiid and brother who con-  lovered   near.     It  seemed  that    so    lair a    creature  wuitlv  was no eiuiimon occiision whicJi  thus affected John, and to the  eager <|iie .tinning of his au<lienee  he l-eplicil. "Can't- you. hear the  ding��������������������������� done;���������������������������de-el. .Don't you kn-iw  wha'.''. il says' Listen now,"' and  the bell again rang forth thc three  short sounds. But- the crowd still  professed their ignorance, ancl,  pausing a moim. it, John said, with  ii deprc. atiug manner: "I'll toll  vou the lirs'. word, and vou'Il surely gne.--. the rest : il'* '.Maude.1  Xow /try 'em," and wiping 'the  sweat from his brow 'ho turned,  "gain to his labor of love,��������������������������� nodding  his head with every stroke. _.  "No Car ;il,    all   for music,'' he"  beautiful   bride ! muttered,  as  he s;iw they  were as  j mystified   iis ever,   and  in   a   loud.,  the    constant.' clear voice,  he sang,  "Maude ean-  e.velids.   by   the, s.'*_ e! Maude cau-see-e !!"  It was .nniigh. ..Most of that  group li.'ul known -and respected  the blind girl.."and poining at once  in the negro's enthusiasm, they  sent    up a    deafening    shoirt-    for  "Made  sight."  J'o'nn's face at that moment was a  curiosity, so divided was it between  smiles and tears, the latter of which  won the mastery, as wi'th the last  hurrah the bell gave one tremend-  uus crash, and he sank exhausted  upon the iloor, saying !���������������������������<"> i-hosc who  gathered round/ "Will 'em hear  that   t'hink, in .FranceV  "How do you know it is true?"  asked one, and John replied, ''^he-  writ her own self tu tell it. and  sent her love to me-; think of dafc  ���������������������������sent her love to an old nigger!"  The letter had come that afternoon, and, as John said, was'.written by Maude herself. The experiment had been performed weeks  before, but shc would wait uritil  assurance was doubly sure, ere shc  sent home  the joyful  tidings.  "But \v_iat of Louis?" asked Dr.  Kennedy, who was listening w'hile  Its wife read to him the letter.  "What of Louis? Have lihey done  anything for him?"  (To bc continued.)  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I. took  fifteen boxes in all bub I am cured.  _"My wife also has taken Dodd's  Kidney Pills and received great be-  ��������������������������� Refit from them."  Dodd's Kidney-Pills cure the Kidneys.   Cured Kidn eyestrain all im-  ��������������������������� purities, all that .disease feeds on-,  .on. of the blood.- That is why they  a I ways, cure-Rheumatism. Lumbago,  ���������������������������Dropsy and Heart Disease.  Besides Great Britain, the countries which have old-age .pensions  aio Denmark, France, Belgium,  Germany, New Zealand and Australia.  LAKE HURON AND  LAKH  SUPERIOR.  A magnificent summer trip is enjoyed by taking this "Fresh' Water  Sea. Voyage" from Sarnia, Ontario,  to Fort William, Ontario, through  th-se great inland seas. New  steamers have been added to the  Ncrthern ' Navigation Go's, fleet,  and the finest and fastest vessels  on the 'Great Lakes will fly the  house flag of this popular Com-  . pany. The steamers run in connection with the Grand Trunk llail-  ivay. System, ancl _ p" particulars,  rates and descriptive literature,  etc., can be had for the asking by  .applying to Mr." J. D. McDonald,  District Passenger Agent, Union  Station, Toronto, Ont.  ' Many a man tries to stand on his  '���������������������������'fights when he hasn't any.  \\\k for Minard's and take no other.  [ SENTENCE SERMONS.  The empty head never has a light  heart.  Polishing a pew is not burnishing  a crown.  You cannot mend broken .hearts  with soft solder.  It is easy for tho putty man to  b.* at peace.  Only a wooded man can wear a  ready made opiu.'on.  Tlie heart-i.s never, enriched .by  hoarded affection.  When  your heart    feels  starved  Ir.  to take another boarder in.  .  Some who advertise heaven manufacture ;i good deal of hell.  ..Stress the good in your life and  yu*'t Avi-IT-forget its distresses.  The new day comes by sitting up  at night, worrying ov.cr it.   -  Lamps are to be known by their  radiance, not by tits'racket they  make.  There's it lot oi difference between putting sins away and covering them up.  Most of us are willing to take  lessons in- patience at the other  man's clinic.  When a man aims 'his-pray crs at  arethe. he always misses tho  throne of grace.  If heaven advertised for gangers  of character half the world would  bc on thc waiting, list.  Make' people thing better of themselves and' you will hofc need to  werry over your own epitaph.  Many who talk aboufc giving their  hearts to their Lord try to prove  ifc by  heartlessness to men.  :tocks.  sS_________,'*i__J_iVi*-  STOCK     BONUS     OF     25%  MAPLE LEAF MILLING COMPANY  Look at tho record of The Liikn of tin-  Woods, Otrilvie, and Western Canada  Milling Companies.  . dwardr^ES^SM V__H ������������������ Co.  Our own  building  90 Bay Street, Toronto  C1 OBALT  /   Gold  SILVER AND P01i(. njIN_  Stocks hoiu.ht and sold. P'.n-  gineers' I.eporta on Purcu.iine. Write for  particulars. P. _. Hairstou, 25 Miiuniiif.  Arcade,  Toronto,   Ont. %  A good deal that we credit to our  fharity ought to be charged fco our  being too" lazy  to  investigate the  facts.  A Liniment for the Logger.���������������������������-  Loggers lead a life which exposes  them to many perils. Wounds,  cuts and bruises cannot be altogether avoided in preparing timber  for thc drive and in river work,  where wet and cold combined arc  of daily experience coughs and  colds and muscular pains cannot  bufc ensue. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  O'i. wheu applied to fche injured or  -ad mi ni store d=l o-^the^a il fn gy^v_. laf  wonders.  REMARKABLE  __VIDEVCJ.  Of Prosperity    Shown by  Govern-  ment S.a.enieut.  One of the most remarkable showings made by any Bank in Canada  is made evident on the part of tho  Traders Bank by their Government  Statement recently submitted,  showing that "the deposits of the  /Bank have iincreasod during the  first three months of this year over  One cid a-Half Millions of Dollars,  bringing their total deposits up to'  931.300,000.  An equally-pleasing increase is  shown in the total assets fco fcho  Bank. The Bank reports to the  Government an increase of its total assets to thc grand total sum  of $42,000,000, which-is an increase  of over- $2,000,000 ovei- tho report  made, afc fche c-nd of, the year.  There is perhaps no Bank in Canada v/hie'i is showing such magnificent" evidences of prosperity and  such rapid" growth as the Traders  Bank afc the present time.  The Stranger���������������������������'"'And who are fche  Murphys' ancestors?" Mr. Murphy  ���������������������������"Ancestors! What's that?" The  Stranger���������������������������"I mean, who do the  Murphys spring from?" Mr. Murphy���������������������������"The Murphys spring front no  one    They spring afc thim!"  INCOiNTJSNlNNT  FOR LIZZIE.  A boy whose ohief'fault w-'ts that  he would interrupt his ciders"'had  been repeatedly corrected by being  told that hc..,should say: "At your  convenience, mother, I have something to tell you."  One day his sister in .Tossi.ig a  plsnk doing duty as a bridge fell  int. rather deep water. The boy.  wlu; saw the accident, ran to his  mother. Taking off his cap, the little fellow stood politely beside her  for some time, waiting till shc had  finished a rather long-story 'she  was just telling.  Then he said : "'Mother, at your  convenience, I havc something to  tell you." ' "  "What is it." asked tho parent  approvingly.  ���������������������������  "At   your' convenience,' mother.  Lizzie ha.s fallen into the water."  "What?" "oxe'ainicd his mother.  "Has anyone pulled her out?"  "I don't knew!" said thc lad.  NO ARGUMENT.  A patient in a seaport hospital  described with gruesome vividness  to his fellow-patients his adventures  with a shark off one of thc islands  in the West Indies: -    -  "I had just fell over the bulwarks," said the able seaman,  "when along come a big shark an'  grabs me by thc leg."  "What did yc do,' then, matey?"  asked one of the patients.  "I never disputes none with  sharks," said thc sailor. "I let  him havc thc leg."  The man who will nofc be good  until he knows ifc pays, pay. too  much for thc goodness he gets.  He _, Weak, We ur>-, Watery Eye*.  Relieved By Murine J_j . Komedy. _rv  Murine* Kor .our Eye Troubles. Yoii  Will r.llcc Murine. It Soothes. 50c At  tour Drus^'lsus. - Write Kor JO j. Books.  Free.   Murine _yc Remedy (__., Toronto.  "Sir, could you give rne a little  assistance ?" said thc weary wayfarer. "I don't know where my  next meal is coming from." "Neither do I," replied tlio prosperous-  looking individual. "My cook left  thi.s morning,  too."  A Cure" for Fever and Ague.���������������������������  Disturbance of the stomach arid  liver -always precede attacks, of  fever, and ague, -showing derangement of the digestive organs and  deterioration in-the quality of the  bleed. In these ailments Parmelee's Vegetable , Tills havo - been  found most effective, abating tho  fever and subduing the'ague .in a  few. days, There arc many who arc  subject to- these distressing disturbances, and. to these there i.s no better preparation procurable as a  means of relief.  In Florida a line is in course of  construction which in I5G miles will  link up -II islands by means of viaducts.  31 IM STE It W������������������(. Ti] ST 111)  ZA. -UUK.  Rcv. V. F. Laugill, "The Manse,"  Carp, Ont., writes: "'Some considerable time ago I began using Zam-  Buk with a view to testing it thoroughly. I am troubled with eczema,  which is always worse in the early  part of winter,, and scents to leave  mc.saboufc spring. I tried Zam-Buk  immediately my hands started fco  break out,' iind am pleased to say  that ifc checked~tb'C"'"disease, which  is more than I can say for anything  1 .have"ever before tried. -Wo uow  have Zam-Buk in the house continuously, and I carry a small  sample box in my. pocket. Onc even.  ing I happened fco look in where an  old man had met with an acident a  week before, and had -lost a Xinger  nail. I dressed the wound with  Zam-Buk and left the sample box  with "them. I havc seen the old  gentleman since, ancl the injury is  cured.  "On another occasion a farmer  called at "'The Manse.'" and I noticed a rag on his finger. -Enquiring  about the injury, I learned that* he  had somehow taken a piece of flesh  off, and thc wound had started to  fester. I gave him aboufc a third of  a box of Zam-Buk and a few days  later hc said 'That's great salve of  is    now  doing  Dr.    Morse's  Indian    Root    Pil.a  are just tho right medicine for tha  children. When they ;ire constipated���������������������������when their kidneys are out  ' of ordei���������������������������when over-indulgence in  gome favorite food gives them in-  digestion-Dr. Morse's Indian Root -  Pills will quickly and surely put  them right. Purely vegetable, they  neither sicken, weaken or gripe,  like harsh purgatives. Guard your  children's health by always keeping a box of Dr. Morse's Indiaw  Root Pills in tho hous'e.   They  Keep    the    Children    Well  ACENTS  WANTED.  4   CUIMSTIAN  MAX    TO    SELL    HIGH  _\    grade   teas.   Alfred   Tyler,   London,  Ontario,  A GENTS-.5   A    DAY  .   pcricncc     needed.   Sell*r  KASY. NO EX-  on sigh..  Absolute necessity to farmers. Does work,  of 30 men. Pays for itself in one hour.  Write to-day. C.~ R, Adams Co.. Sarula.  Ont.  A   GUST..   ^Y'A___D   IN  EVERY  TOWN  ' \    to sell   a   six.clo .ar' Vacuum Carpet  Cleaner:   rapid   -seller;   big    commission.  Hills,  556 Doverconrt Rd., Toronto.      "w  EDUCATIONAL.  J EARN THE BARBER TRADE-NEW  A system���������������������������constant practice: careful  Instruction; few weeks complete rounet  tools free: praduoten earn twelve to  pisrhteen "dollars weekly; write for catalogue. Moler Parber College. 221 Que������������������������������������  East. Toronto.  MACHINERY  l\,f ACKINERY HEADQUARTERS. -  1" Iron and wood-working machiner-f.  engines, boilers, steam ' pumps, gasolin*  ensines. electric motors, contractors"  machinery." etc. Send for catalogue of  over 1400 machines. H. W. PETEIft.  Limited.    Toronto.   Montreal.   VancoiiTer.  FARMS   FOR   SALE.  WESTERN  FARM LANDS-CITY LOTS  on   easy  terms.   If you   are goinf  west,  send   for  8. Jf. Mathews  my  li3t,  it will pay you-  75 Yonge St.. Toronto.  in.  finger  yours,  fine.'" '  Test Zam-13uk ! Don't go by hearsay! You will find it- gives tin .best  remits in all cases of eczema, ringworm, festering sores, piles, cuts,  burns, fac. sores, eruptions, -and  all skin injuries, and diseases. All  druggists and stores, r.Oc box, or  from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for  price, but refuse all substitutes.   ; .ff~   One" can't always disguise ..the  breath of suspicion by spicy talk.  " FOR ���������������������������MEUMATISM���������������������������it is not necessary to go to  Hot Springs. Just u'O " Tho I). A I." Menthol  1'lasters .iiU"results will be satisfactory. '_.-_ at  druRRUts. IXivH & Lawrence _oiup;niy, lnnnu-  f acturnr i.  171 ARM FOR SALE OR KXCHANGE-M  ' acres in the County of Essex, will  exchange for a larger farm. The "Western Real Estate Exchange, Limited, London, Out.  SOUTHERN      ALBERTA ��������������������������� 640      ACRES  choice land, will sell cheap for cash.  Pewtrca.,   84   Doniuills   Rd.,   Toronto.  Wise.'is.- the  man- who. can   keep  hi-;'-face closed at   the  right time.'  Minard's   Liniment   Lumberman's   Friend.  CALVES  *~   Btcele.lB_ggs  Raise Them Without Milk  Booklet Free.  SeedC<_, Ltd.,Toroato.tOafc  an  Teacher ��������������������������� ."'-.What   is  -,f:   ���������������������������'I. upil���������������������������".A   "man  a barbari-  who cuts  hair, sir  THE LINDMAN TRUSS will hold any reducible  tien-ia. Endorsed by fore mo _ medical mea.  Write for particular*.     JJ. LINDMAN, (Reg'd_  M_t!t.r������������������al.  TTOPe FOR JHE DEAF-IN ACOUSTICOR-  XX    one of tho rnarfols of the electrical ncm.  hi use throughout tho  world.  -Write for catalogue.   Qener_l Acoustic Co., of C������������������naJ������������������; Ltd   "  Ut T obie Street. Toronto. ' *  CHENILLE CURTAINS  .ind all kinds of I _-.'���������������������������_ hangings, also   '       -  * ���������������������������  L*CE CURTjUNS ������������������YE . *y _-,,_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Write to ut about your .  ���������������������������RITISHAMEB ICANPVimC CO., Box 15. M ontr___{,.  Is Your Hearing Good .  The.FTRAK-O-PIION'l.   will  (rive  you   "the  benefits  of,(rood   hearing.   Send   (or   li*ce  booklet,   ffi vinj.    particulars   and     namos  of   satisfied   usftrs.   Also **   .  f pecial Offer for a Month's   Home   Trial.'  THE  BRAND ELECTRO OZONE  LIMITED,  324   Spadlna   Avenue,   Toronto.  and    wh  Minard's Liniment Co.. Limited.  Dear Sirs.���������������������������Your MlffAKD'S LINIMENT  is our remedy for noro throat, coldn und  till   ordinary   ailments.  It never fails to relieve and cure promptCHARLES WirOOTR_.  Port Mulffravo.  Over a thousand of the cleverest  engineers in the world are . at pre- j  sent making a profound    study of  i  th. problems of flight  ' EVERY HOUSEKEEPER���������������������������tuu.t ofto:i net a*, s  fii mi ly i*hy_,iub.i. rainkillur forall tin. ittlu ill*,'  cuts and,.sprains in woll aw for bowol t-i mi plaints,  ... _4-ii-,li:>].tii's ah! _-'- Avoid .subsbi tut _.., tli aro is lm_  oue " raii-killer"���������������������������I _rrj._L_.Ti_', 23o and SOo.  '-.on arc a poor young man'?'"  "L am." "Then what you want is  a- thrifty, economical wife/' "_Tob  at- all. What I want is a rich liberal wife."  Minard's  Liniment used  by   Physicians,  OV COUKSE.  Harry,   aged  three,   was  playing  one day  was do-  "Oh.  about the sewing machine  and,  when asked what lie  ing, said in a. grown-up tone,  making  my baby a dross."  "What    are      vou    trimming  with?"  "Oh, the  .cisEors."  it  There's a -world of difference be-  t\s ten trying to have ]>eople like you  and learning to like them.  T-. is a. Liver Pi I J.���������������������������Many of the  ailments that man ha.s to contend  . .'ilirh.'ivo,'"tlicir "'"origin" in" a disordered liver, wliich i.s a delicate  organ, peculiarly susceptible to the  disturbances that come from irregular habits or lack of care in eating and drinking. This accounts  for the great many liver regulators  now pressed on the attention of  sufferers. Of these ihere is none  superior to I .irmeluc's Vegetable  Pills. Their operation though gentle is effective, and Ihe most dcli-  calc can use them.  A cough is often the forerunner  of serious pulmonary afflictions; yet  there is a simple cure within the  reach of all in Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup, an old-time and  wid ly recognized remedy, which, if  resorted to at the inception of a  pun ;piia.i 3AiS <_[qw.T������������������Aui [[uy *o[0..  by overcoming the Trouble, guard  the syp-iem from any serious consequences. " Price 2o cents, at all  dealers.  I  Ilea  NOT V,V Ktf S0IIATC H. K D.  .card your  husband  pledge.      Oocs he  letter?"  i'lt.worn't.a,letter.  Curate���������������������������  has' signed  the  keep it tu-'.the  ... Va risliioner -  jrotight be-  To Use  THIS  Dye  Means  Perfect  Results  Vou don't cren lnvo to know wlmt kind of cloth  your good, arc made ot. SAME Dye for ALL.  Ml.itjkcs aru I.Mi'O.SSIl)..*'. Fast and I.__,itiri.|  Colors. 10 cents. Don't fail to try it. SunipU Curd  r_d Hook let Free.  The Joluno-i-Kk-tiirdnon Co., Limited,  M<><it._������������������l,  ���������������������������\inong the prisoners  ft.re a police magistrate on Monday morning was a beggar whoso  face was by no means an imfaniil-  {ai one to the Court. ,;[ am informed that you have again been  found begging in the public  streets," said his Honor, sternly,  "and yet you carried in your pocket over two dollars in silver and  copper." "Yes, your Honor,"  proudly returned the mendicant.  ' I may not be as industrious as  some, but, sir, I am no spendthrift."  Mrs. "Welleniont���������������������������"You say you  have a wife dangerously ill and-  three small children���������������������������can't you  (.m/. work'?" lieggar (sobbingly)������������������������������������������������������  " "fVoiildn't do no good, lady, the  kida ain't old enough to work yet."-  sir. it wur ;i card."  "I mean, has he kept his pledge  inviolate?"  "No, sir, he ain't kept it in violet at all. .I've kept it in lavender  in a. drawer."  "I'm afraid you tbn't understand me. What I mean is, ha.s he  broken the pledge since iie took  ii.?"  "Hc ain't touched it, sir. I've  kept it- wrapped up in paper, an'  it's as gnod  as new."  Then . the curate gave it" up as  hopeless.  "Why go limping ancl winning  about your- corns when a 25 cent  bottle of Holloway's Corn Cure will  remove them? Give it a trial and  you will not regret it.  Mother���������������������������"Js it possible. Harry,  that you have eaten all that cake  without giving a thought to your  sihto'r'?" " Harry���������������������������"Oh. no! t  thtmgh fcf^o fHie r^ eve 177^-secon d.���������������������������^���������������������������_=  wus afraid all thc time that she  would come before I had eaten it  un."  APPENDICITIS  Cnrcd without ops-ration.. All \vh(. arc nf-  Hir.ffd with fhi������������������ disease and wish to b������������������  enred pormauontly, safely and quickly  with this great Homeopathic remedy,  whicli will ho ������������������fiit post-paid anywhere  In the world with full instructions for  nsfns so ns to effect a permanent cure..  Price   S2.   Address  .ehn   T.  Walt,   Homeopatfilo    Pharmacy,  Ar.z-.I01_ Canaift.  tend for frei sample to Dept. W. L��������������������������� N������������������  t!onal Drug A Chomlcal Co.,.Toronto.  ,rr/trjr_,_������������������__t6}_us_j  ^aiiw.ty'������������������ Ren .r Kcliei  cdtw the wor>L p.tliv. in  " o.'i. ono to twenty  ilntues. For Head-  ;jhe (s'nk ov ner v-  *.- s). Toot h _ohe,  .iralfria. It h e a -  nmtlf.m, Lu*.bu<,_,  pa!_ri in tho hiwik,  ���������������������������IMie or IcidneyH,  p_ln_ around tne  fiver, p 1 0 u r I h /,  8 of the Joint, and  all kind 11, IMS  RADY/AV  READY RELIEF.  ������������������������������������������������������>������������������Ma________i  Penelope-���������������������������"You wouldn't, marry  a girl for her money, would you?"  Jack Dashing���������������������������"_To; but 1 couldn't  let a girl suffer'merely because she  win  rich."  Mother Graves' Worm "K..terminator i.s pleasant to take; sure and  effectual in destroying worms.  Many have 'tried it with, best results.  ISSUE NO. 20-10.  Boarder���������������������������"What, s for breakfast?  Hope it's.not ham and eggs again."  Soivant���������������������������"Xo, sir, not ham and  eggs this morn in'." Boarder ���������������������������  "Thank Goodness! What is it?-"  Servant���������������������������"Ham."  Mamma      (sternly)���������������������������"Don't   you  know what tli .������������������������������������������������������great. King Solomon  said,  'Sparc the rod and spoil the  child".'      Bobby-" Yes,    but    he  didn't sav lhat until he was growed  up"  Kc:;; :,:;:-.^;'-"s l_.r.hr.cr.t in thc houso.  DEAF, LISTE  Vt t; have used linnw, Triu.ipet . 11 nil  oilier Mi-i-hiiiiii-al l)iM-icr������������������������������������ in the hopu  of hei 111: iililc to hen ii, Inn ahvayti  found tli" eapectrd i-iiiiifui'tion w-<n  spelled  D-|.S-AP-P.O-|.N-T._1..E-NT  If yon  write tn  ERNEST   PRATT,  4SS  YonRe  Street,  Toronto,  yoti   will  learn  sou..     COOD   NEWS.  Do it  today   h  .li>r still  DO   IT   NOW!  The Lenox llotel  BUFFALO,  lliyhtAt.' .(svo.ih.  N,  Y.  /'irriu'oof.  Thc ideal hotel for (oiiri.l- and visitor**  lo I3u_al_,"Niagara'.Falls,, and points nn"  lhc Great Lake's iind St. Lawrence River.  EUROPEAN  PLAN  $1.50 per day anil up.  I'jlroiw  limy  Uku Tmii.  W.*  or   1.  rruid   from  dtpotsor whurn-ti loltotcl,churjinss:imo toTiie Lrnot.  When in  Buffalo  stop  at Ths Lonox.  Th������������������ accommodations and   servlc������������������ aro  sur������������������  to pleaso.  C. A. iWINI-l.   :Mt������������������nujj.������������������. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 14, 1910  PRICES  Quoted by The Columbia Flouring  Mills Co., Ltd., To-day  Moffet's Best Flour, $1.65 49-lbs  Three Star Flour,      $1.55     "  Drifted Snow Pastry, $1.55    "  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.55   "  Graham Flour,     -    $1.45   "  Rolled Oats, $.85 per 20-lb sack.  Four Star Chop, $1.60 per 100 lbs  Per ton, 532.00  Three Star Chop, $1.55 per 100lbs  Per ton, ������������������31.00  Bran: $1.05 per 100 lbs.; ton, $21  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs. " $23  Middlings, $1.20 100 lbs. " $24  Oats, $1.20 per 100 lbs. " $24  Oat Chop, SI.30 100 lbs. " $26  Wheat, $2.15 per 125-lbs " $34  Barley, $1.20 per 100 lbs. " $24  Barley Chop, $1.30100 lbs. " $26  Whole Corn, S2.00 100 lbs. " $40  Cracked Corn, $2.10 lOOlbs.'' $42  Northern Spring Seed Wheat $41  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00  Timothy Hay, "   $21.50  Upland Hay, "   $16.50  Also a full line of Rolled  Oats   ������������������nd  Wheatlets for table use.  Free-delivery to any part of Enderby.  Terms: Net Cash with ordsr  The Columbia Flouring MilU  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B   C.  Children's Red  Oxfords, Reg $1.25 85c  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates; Transient, 50c an mch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion'. Contract advertising, II an inoh per month.  Leywl Kotices:   10c a line first insertion; 6c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  JULY 14,  1910  .of a higher conception of God than  had before his day prevailed. In conformity to the same principle the  new Christianity will accept the assured results of historical investigation into the records of ancient  times. Religion has its rights, but  so also has history, and one of these  is that it is to-lie studied by historical methods."  FAIR PLAY WANTED  EXHIBITION OP THE EMPIRE  It is proposed to celebrate thc Cor-  Alderman   Ruttan   summed   up the ! nation of   King   George   by a great  question  of  road  in  connection  with   exhibition of thc   whole empire, and,  the dispute raised by the city as to  the proper width ancl position of the j  as another has said, the idea is happily conceived.   Nothing could be un-  Children's White Canvas  Oxfords, reg. $1.50, ^#Q0  Regular $1.25   7Qq  Wheeler & Evans  City Meat Market  THOS. E. WOODS. Proprietor  The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Freih Fiih  weekly; eggs and vegetable!.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  Private  Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Doubl*  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  JJ.s^__?Jy.���������������������������.PAken, for in ..advance.   Salmon Arm   road,   when he said'at I dertaken of greater advantage to our  Dominions.   As an educator, its value would be immeasurable.   Grand as  the last meeting of the City Council,  that, if the city's water main had  been laid on the Moffet property, the  the Festival  of    Empire might have  only thing for the city to do was to I been- ifc could not have adequately  move it, and not expect the property ! represented the mightiness of the  to be given to   the   city because the  main had been laid there. As well  expect a property owner to give up  the title to a lot on which one had  unwisely erected a building.  "ONE THING  LACKING"  ! Empire.   Something more serious and  ! imposing is now wanted; the occasion  and popular feeling, and Imperial interests all demand    it.   All eyes will  be turned on the British Empire during 1911, and especially upon the Dominions, and we   must "make good"  ���������������������������:��������������������������� j ���������������������������show what we can produce.   To pay  Unfinished business is poor business ; homage to our Empire King, let a  ���������������������������the poorest' kind of business. To work of surpassing greatness be or-  leave a thing half finished when a ganized, and such that will redound  few days' work at the cost of a few i to the credit of the Dominions be-  dollars would complete the job, is a \ yond the seas.  policy that we   all are familiar with !  in a small town. It seems to be one  of the sins most of us are heir to.  We see it in every department of life,  from the curb-stone to the pulpit.  It has been particularly noticeable in  connection with the City Hall  grounds. Two months ago the earth  was hauled upon the grounds, and  part of the grounds were made level  and ready for seed. Then all work  ceased. Every day noxious weeds are  adding disgrace to the dignity of the  city's business home.  NEVER MIND THE KNOCKER  j Go ahead and make your play,  j    Never mind the knockers;  ! They're in every worker's way,  Never mind the knockers.  Everyone who seeks to shine,   .  >    If successful, they malign;  i 'Tis of fame a certain sign���������������������������  j    Never mind the knockers.  If you have a task to do,  Never mind the knockers;  Have your nerve and see it through,  Never mind the knockers.  When your labor has been done  Mayor Husband, of Vernon, is lead-  You may know that you have won,  ing the way for better things in thc  If the pounding is begun���������������������������  Okanagan   metropolis.     He proposed      Never mind the knockers,  a resolution at the recent meeting of  the City Council, that, "in the opin-|They strike only those who climb-  ion   of    this   council,   improvements j    Never mind the knockers,  should be exempt from taxation, and  that taxes   should   be levied on land  values    only,    and    that   immediate  If they hammer at your name,  steps be taken to secure the opinion  Then be sure you're in the game;  of the   ratepayers   on    the subject."   'Tis a species of acclaim���������������������������  STEPPING FORWARD  I  Everyone from the Northwest and  Eastern Canada knows the high  quality of the Winnipeg  .o   .. . -������������������������������������������������������  Gold Standard  Teas, Coffees, Icings  Spices, Pickles, Etc.  We have the Enderby rights for this well-known brand  of goods, and have just put in stock a most complete  line of  Gold Standard Whole Pickling Spice,  Thyme, Mint, Tartaric Acid, Turmeric.  Gold Standard Extracts,  Gold Standard Icings���������������������������Maple Cream, Lemon,  Orange, Chocolate, Rose, Pink.  Gold Standard Teas,  Gold Standard Coffees.  .* __  I If QUALITY means anything to you  I you will appreciate this opportunityj  I to get the BEST.  ���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������.-������������������������������������������������������<-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������-���������������������������..-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������.������������������-������������������_#-������������������-������������������_  'Tis success they deem a crime-  Never mind the knockers.  A. L. Matthews  Cliff Street Enderby  Farm  Implements  I have two carloads of Buggit������������������,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows and  Harrows, Discs, Feeders, Etc.,  JUST RECEIVED. Can give  terms on any of these, and want  you to call and inspecfthem.  Wm. H. Hutchison  Our present system, declared Mr.  Husband, in the course of his speech,  is a direct discouragement to the  home.maker. If a man owns a vacant lot we tax him only a certain  amount, but as, soon as he shows a i  little enterprise and helps to build up  the city���������������������������and the business of every j  merchant, mechanic and laborer in  the city���������������������������by building himself a home,  we reward him by taxing him extra  for his enterprise. Not only does it  discourage home building in this direct way, but it discourages it in an  indirect way in that by allowing the  Never mind the knockers.  j    RE-flUILT     TYPEWRITERS    FOR  j SALE���������������������������At immensely reduced prices,  i we are offering   all makes of re-built  standard typewriters for sale.   These  \ machines    are   in   perfect condition,  having been re-built in our own work-  Islibp, by the most expert workmen in  the city.     Send    for   price list.   The  Oliver Typewriter Agency, 321 Homer  St., Vancouver, B. C, P.O. Box 1481.  9  S  x       ______ s.  Pickles, 15c bottle  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.   |  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  speculator or absentee owner to get  off lightly in the way of taxes it encourages him to hold his land at too  high a price for the would-be home  builder to buv it.  Uniform  THE NEW CHRISTIANITY  ENDERBY  f _ .* _^_ . _ -<^ _*������������������x'fr*<$X^. .>. ���������������������������4 -$_* _^ <  1 E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stabl.t  <���������������������������* ENDERBY, B. C.  |>     Good Rigs;   Careful Driv-  t ers; Draying of all kinds.  ������������������     Comfortable and Commo*  4 dious Stabling for teams.     |>  I '    = ' *  Z Prompt attention to all customers  <j>     Land-seekers  and  Tourists in-  & vited to give ub a trial. %  _> <������������������>  3> $Q^<������������������&H>^M^W4>Q^4>������������������������������������ _>  Members of the University of Chicago divinity school faculty have defined and formulated the characteristics of a "new Christianity." Thc  professors note the arrival of a new  type of religion in an official editorial in the current number of the Biblical World, just issued by the University Press.  In the anonymous editorial, responsibility for which is accepted by  the thirteen editors, the university  authorities, point to the coming of  the "new Christianity" as a type of  faith which shall result from "the releasing of men's minds from the  bond of tradition and creed," accept  the results of a scientific study of  the world,' and deal in every-day  works more than theological subtleties.  The religion is described as "scientific, ethical and altruistic." After  stating the necessity of scientific  study, the author of the editorial  proceeds: "If there be a controversy  between Genesis and Geology, the  new Christianity will stand with Geology. The record left in the strata  of earth cannot be impugned by a  poet of the p re-scientific age, even  though that poet   be   also a prophet  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.  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  All kind������������������ of Tin and Zinc Articles R . trad  Rear Evans Blk Bnderby  B*tabilak������������������4 IMT  Capital, $14,400,000 Rett, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary Preaidcnt,  Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MO UK T ROYAL. O. C. U G  President. Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND. IL C. If. O.  Vice-President and General Manager.   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTO. , Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ttJSSA _=_*>  Branches In Okaaagan District: Ead _by, Armstrong. Vernon, Kdowna and Sui__.ari._B_l  G. A. HENDERSON. Bag,. Managw, Vernon A. E. TAYLOR. Manager. Endedbr  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs...  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel/ H MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  HAY  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50  per  TON  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  *   (I ^  /  _  Thursday, July 14, 191U  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  R"  . We carry in stock  Standard Manila  Binder  Iwine  PRICES      ���������������������������  In 600-lb lots or more, of 550-ft.  $11.40 per 100 lbs.  In 600-lb. lots or more, of 500-ft.  $11.15 per 100 lbs.  In any quantity at 12c and 12'a*c  per pound.  B. C. Fruit Men-Advised-.  to Look Carefully to Their Laurels  Church Hay Carriers,  $10 each  Louden Hay Carriers, $7.50 each  .'Th# very best in Horse Forks  from $5 to $6 each.  Manila & Wire  Rope all sizes  Hay Forks and Rakes, Hoes,  Spades, Shovels, all kinds  We carry a large stock of  Builder's Supplies  Nails, $3.75 per keg  Building Paper 85c a roll  Locks,   Hinges,   Wood   Screws,  . Bolts, Roofing,  Paints   __   Oils.  Tools of all kinds: Saws, Hammers, Axes, Chisels, Trowels,  Files, Punches, Planes, Draw-  Knives.  ���������������������������Sporting Goods: We stock all the  best in Rifles,  Shot Guns, Revolvers  and  Fishing  Tackle.  Our stock of Ammunition is  '.complete.        .  The 1900 Water Motor, Washer  and Wringer, Price $40. This  machine is absolutely guaranteed; you do not have to keep  it if it is not satisfactory.  Estimates given' on Plumbing  systems, Hot Water: and Hot  Air Heating Plants.  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin __  Plumbing  Establishment.     Enderby  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 (or  all kindB of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  The last report of Fruit Commis-  missioner Metcalfe "contains much  useful information. Writing from Regina, he says:  "I saw 25 cases of strawberries  from the Victoria Fruit Growers'  Association. Arrived here by express  and were a little soft. The baskets  were well filled and berries of uniform size. Sold to the retailers at  $3.75 per crate. Jobber would not*  have much profit per case from price  reported paid Association. . Good  stock such as has been sent out by  the Association would find sale anywhere at high prices. I saw 21 cases  cherries from Vernon, ��������������������������� which were  sold to the trade at $2.25 per case. I  also saw a small shipment of cherries  here from the Hammond Fruit Grow-*  ers' Union, Hammond, B. C. Arrived  in poor condition. I think possibly  there would be a loss of 50 per cent..  to the retailer. x '  Moose  Jaw,   June 28.���������������������������I saw a lot  of-cherries here from Vernon" and Ke-'  lowna.   Varieties:. Gov. Wood,  arrive'  in poor   condition;   baskets not full.  Black Tartarian, arrived in fair condition only.      Montmorency, "arrived  in-fair condition only.* Yellow Spanish, arrived' in good condition.   I understood they had been consigned to  the Rex   Fruit   Co.    here and prices  would    not   be   satisfactory    to the  shippers in B.  C.     Gov. Wood cherries are no good on the lower mainland or Vancouver Island, and what  I have seen here of this cherry.from  the Okanagan I would certainly discourage the growing of it; it is small  and will not hold up or stand shipping.   Growers and shippers will lose  on these,' and at the same time lower  the standard of their* fruit products.  -Mr.;  Gowdy,    freight    agent'here;  gave me the following rates:   On apples in straight cars from'Wenatchie  to Moose Jaw, $l.is per 100 pounds.  On fruit,    mixed    cars, Wenatchie to  .Moose    Jaw,   $1.30    per 100 pounds.  From North Yakima to Moose Jaw,  fruit in mixed cars, $1.25 per 100 lbs.  Wenatchie ' fruit    comes .via  Sumas,  North-Yakima,    via    Spokane.   Jobbers  here .state -they' are paying .for  California    peaches -, 70c f.o.b.  there;  cost laid down $1.25 per case; selling  to the, trade    at   $2.25.    California  plums,  90c   f-.o.b".    there; laid  down,  $1.50, selling to   the " trade $2.'25 per  case.  . The Moose Jaw 'markets have been  very bare of strawberries all season  through, prices have been high, jobbers quoting retailers $3.75 to $4.50  per case. A number of retailers here  stated.they had on order 50 to 100  cases of   strawberries- and could no.  fill, being unable to obtain the sup-  __. * -  ply wanted. They have been depending on B. C. for their supply, and  were much disappointed in not receiving   it.   This    makes the jobbers  I  All the little improvements  that go to make for goodness,  comfort and style are here���������������������������the  Best Leather, the Finest Workmanship, and a last to fit most  everybody.  ASK YOUR DEALER FOR  AMES-HOLDEN SHOES  growers and shippers, and they feel  like looking elsewhere for their supply another year. Our growers are  falling far short of growing sufficient  supply for these markets when distributed systematically over these  Provinces. The express agent here  reports strawberries arriving in good  condition with one or two exceptions  this season, and further reports dealers complaining of lack of supply to  meet demands.  Wayburn, June 29.���������������������������Agent here reports strawberries arriving in good  condition at this point this season.  In conversation with dealers at this  point they stated they had to deal  with jobbers so some extent, because  they were not always able to obtain  a sufficient supply' from B. C. The  consensus of opinion amongst dealers  was they preferred to deal with, the  growers in B.. C. direct for the following reasons: first, cost less per  case, less time in transit, and therefore arrived in better condition than  where they obtained them from jobbers.' Express rate-from Moose Jaw  to Weyburn,"$1.00 per 100 lbs., local  freight rate 41c per 100 lbs.  Swift Current, June.30.��������������������������� Agent here  reports small fruits arriving in splendid condition. Dealers here report  strawberries arriving in good condition, but have not been able to..get  enough to' supply "demand. Draw  their supply mainly from B.C., and  are looking forward to an abundant  supply of other fruits from this province this -season.  Maple Creek", July 1.���������������������������Agent here  reports small fruit's arriving in excellent condition. Dealers obtain  ,their supply mainly from B. C, preferring to deal with the growers direct, as they arrive in better-, condition, are less time in transit, and  cost less' per case" Saw early-potatoes here from Armstrong. Dealer  stated., he expected cucumbers right  away, and celery in August from the  same point. Express rateJ from Calgary to this point, $1.60 per 100 lbs.  Express rate from Medicine Hat to  .his, point, 80c per 100. lbs. < Freight  rate, 38c per 100 lbs. A. Lyne & Co.  have a fruit jobbing, house at Medicine Hat.        '; - -  Summarizing to date re. strawberries, the'' supply has been insufficient to "meet the demand everywhere  and prices have been' well maintained  for reasonably good stock.' I should  advise growers and shippers to avoid  consigning any kind of fruit if possible to jobbers and retailers. You  obtain no returns for the same.. The  market is demoralized by,your doing  so. Better can or preserve it, at  least keep it at home and thus avoid  the cost attendant: upon shipping it.  Also avoid shipping out a poor quality of any kind of fruit, as instanced  in the case of these Gov. Wood cherries. You suffer a loss financially and  injure your , reputation as growers  and . shippers of high-class, fruit,  which is so necessary in the successful marketing of our fruit products  at the present -time.  I  deprecate    also    the    cutting   of  The Damper Lever of a  Wood Rutiace  is where it o\ight to be���������������������������ait the front, readily reached without1  groping in the dark or taking unnecessary.steps.   A turn of'  the lever instantly changes the draft so' the fire is quickened  or checked, at will.   Turned on, McClary's  Magnet  Wood:  Furnace produces the strongest heat in a few minutes; and  the nickelled steel tubes radiate this heat for hours  after  the draft is shut off.   Because of this stored heat McClary.'s  Magnet Wood Furnace is economical and a continuous roaring fire is unnecessary.  The heat that goes up the smoke pipe/  of ordinary wood furnaces, goes into the register pipes of the  Magnet.   Like the position of the damper, the Magnet Wood ..  Furnace is right all through.   Right in principle, right in construction; right in materials.. See the Magnet at the McClary  agent's in the nearest town. Write to nearest McClary branch  for booklet, giving a detailed description. Free,'postpaid.   .....  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg,-Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary.  For Sale by A. FULTON, Enderby  and-retailers--dissatisfied.-with-.our- pri_ps-_n  _*aspb<_pps-by-some-grow-  ers and shippers in the upper part of  the Province below the regular quotations by growers and shippers in  other parts. There is no necessity  for it, as the output of raspberries  is limited and the sale for them is  exceptionally good all over the provinces, either in crates or pails.  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland  Turkeys *'-*��������������������������� :;  Toulouse Geese ������������������������������������������������������'':*"������������������������������������������������������  White and Partridge Wyandottes  ' Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings. '.  ���������������������������   My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast ; ,  N. B.-A few S. C. White Leghorns  and  White Wyandotte .cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.    Prices on application.  *.._  Enderby, B. C.  ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  *  ���������������������������~*  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Lifa In������������������_rance policy in the Royal Iniuranee Co.  st Liverpool. Eng,, is a valuable asset. _ A plain,  ������������������������������������������������������trairht/orward-con tract,��������������������������� leaviriflrnb-roonrfwr-^  doubt as to its value.  The Liverpool & London A Globa In*. Co.  '  The Phoenix Insurance Co. <_ London. -  British America Ajmra ranee Co.  Royal InsuranceCoof Liverpool (Lifa dept)  The London _ Lancashire Guarantee A*.   AecidcTit_<_.._of Canada: _ -.     ���������������������������  BELL   BLOCK,  BNDERBY  Seal of Alberta  "The Faultless Flour"  MAKES  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  Spacious Grounds of one acre or more.  Conveniently situated for School and Business.  ���������������������������   City Water, famous for its purity, now on the ground.  Lands bound to increase in value. All adapted for fruits, large  and small; gardens and lawns.  Clearing and slashing now being done, leaving the ornamental  trees standing, making it park-like.  Terms are such as to make it within reach of any person desiring to secure a home in the most healthy and picturesque suburb of  town. - "���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"  For further particulars and list of properties, apply to���������������������������  PERFECT  BREAD  Try a Sack and you will see that this statement  is the truth, and nothing but the truth.  WALTER ROBINSON  H. W. HARVEY  ENDERBY  GRINDROD  ENDERBY  B. C.  Pray for nothing but that which you are prepared to  work for, and your prayers will be answered. AIRSHIP IN FIVE YEARS  I o  Ihe  CAPABLE    OF Tli A VI. M.I NG  JUL. S AN iroUK.  Possible  That   Trip    A'round  World Will be Made iu  .iijlil Days.  l-'rom the standard of present dc- ���������������������������  vc.lopn.ioiu the airshii) of li������������������l.. may j P'������������������'lllo surfaces will help lo lift, and  bo conceived as having a hull of | sui-porL the airship cr sleor il up  riuid construction, 1.000 feel luligj-'^"-1 tlow"- Tllf;>' wil1 l>������������������ stepped  and ..> feet beam, with accominoda- ! }*������������������ flvul<l interference. I. iwocn  tion for  !���������������������������_.. to 150 passenger., aud i l-hcni Wl][ l>e ciyhL propellers, four  the yellow top lights; observatories  for cloud triaiigulatioii, and taking  the altitude of stars; searchlights,  kite winch and the airship's boats,  two small swift aeroplane scouts���������������������������  ont fore the other aft, with ample  space for launching and alighting.  The deck will be reached by. small,  winding openwork stairs through  the hull. The hull will be 'divided  into twenty gas-tight compartments, for sustaining the airship in  space. Along the port and starboard sides five sets of curved aero  a- crew of -10 men  Trie new air liner will resemble  a submarine, or rather a Hying fish.  All its parts will bc compactly built  in t-o ...io hull. Its under body. SOO  fee* long, twelve feet wide and nine  ft _������������������. high, will extend between the  elbows fore and aft where thc hull  begins to curve toward its pointed  bo\* aud stern. The under). >dy will  hold seven passengers and eight  operating sections, after the fash-  i in of a- compartment, sleeping car.  A continuous ' passageway will extend from end  to end.  The prow glazed with artificial  mica will furni-sh au aerial observatory. Its interior will be a. seri-  t.-s of gril.1 galleries, connected by  a steps. Here will be lhe bridge,  the air liner's nerve comer, with  signal radiation to all parts uf the  ship. A narrow gallery will reach  the extreme nose, where a small  exploring gun, swung on a universal joint, can be fired toward most  points in space. On its several  platforms will be the navigating  deck, the holm, the wireless, thc  chart room and both meteorological a-'xl astronomical observatories.  BELOW THE JiRIDGi;  wil1 be a hatchway to the main  passage in the forward undcrbody  of thc ship, where there is a com-  paniouway whieh is the ship's porta]. Abaft of this will be the captain's cabin. To starboard will  begin the main passage and staterooms, with all doors opening on  the passage. Next to the captain's  quarters, in sequence, will be ofiicers'' and engineers' staterooms;  oiiico.rs' wardroom and mess; the  barber shop; the first motor compartment; 'tho toilet room; passengers' staterooms; passengers' living-quarters, a central lounging,  reading and dining saloon, thc  width of thc ship,  Thc saloons, glazed with openings  of artificial mica, can bc transformed into open deck space, by sliding  side ports. At thc stern will be the  steward's quarters, where all cooking will be by electricity. Meals  will be served in each saloon, the  pantry service being operated by  escalator,    passing      (..rough     the  on each side, at alternating levels  along thc hull.  1. is bgclievcd that within five  years such au air liner will be cap:,  able of traveling To miles an hour,  ordinarily, a"d often 120 miles, iu  111. upper levels. Two miles above  tho equator a planetary current encircles the globe at 'tremendous  speed. The ashes of the eruption  of Krakatoa were carried in this  way around the world in fourteen  days.  In ten years an airship driven  50 miles an hour may perchance  make that trip in eight days, flying  ao a speed of 120 miles an hour, or  3,000 miles a day. Is it- all a dream 1  Ten years ago a prophecy of thc  present achievements of German  air navigators would have been received with incredulity.  WIN. RE i'Or.KS IVIVE III.;S������������������.  Li.f.iosl     l'onnaneiiMy     JTiihabilod  1 Maces in (he World.  Tho highest permanently inhabited place in 'Europe is the meteorological station on the summit of  Srmnblick, at a height of. 10.000  feet.  Tn America the .highest permanently inhabited place is in thc village of St. Vincent, in Bolivia,  wilh an altitude of _,850 meters. In  Asia, it is the monastery Hanlc, in  Tibet; height '1,100 meters. Lead-  ville. Col., has an altitude of 10,135  feel.     '  Tho hospice of St. Bernard, in  Switzerland.. Europe's highest inhabited point aside from thc station above mentioned, is but 8,200  feel. Quito, tho capital of Ecuador, situated near thc volcano  Picllincha, is 8,93=1 feet above the  sea- level. The Oioya Railroad, in  Peru. South America., climbs an altitude of 15,500 feet, iu order to  cross the range of Andes Mountains.  A tunnel, lhc highest in thc  world, five miles long is now being  pierced through the Andes Mountains from Arica. Chile, to La Pa/.,  esea.ae_ r, passing W...,���������������������������B.. ,���������������������������,Bolivia at a height of 12,000 fuet  hold, which will I,o attached in the nbovc the ������������������oa level, ,00 men being  airship's entire uncle.-body. Table \ ompioyodday and nignt on Hie  _Civi__ will be delivered through l^rk. .ho world s highest I unieu-  a  trap   in  the  saloon   floor.    Tele-   ^   rmUvay   who,,   completed   will  ' ii- ' 1      ' '-"     '    '  l    M..iii.I     _i _i_.  phom'   and     electric    aimu  iicialorsj loach the summit of Mmint  Blanc,  v.-i.i c*)������������������ni?el. each section with ihe  slewa .d's quarters. As only 2"> pas-  .ciij-m-t.s will In- accommodated in  each s*i_ion. but one steward will  be required there  WKl  ALL I'-KI) COVKIMNC:  fee of tho. lightest weight?,  bc-  i.i.TSi.  .enl above  ihe   level ol  the  . I',!  Sir Martin Conway,  speaking of  thc   high    Bolivian    plateau,   says  that   it  reminds  him   in   many    rc-  - siTee l_=_ E���������������������������L_ b e 1=���������������������������-A-!r���������������������������1-%500=- Fe&t  above sea- level   the  climate    must  "'   "   . : *������������������������������������������������������    , "��������������������������� -j .       ,    *alway.*!  lie severe. The; natives' ha-  ^;:sft e.elstron hea,ers carrying the ; ,iU, .;f wr;i[,pinf,. up   Ull.ir }l(..uh iu  h������������������ t exhaust .1 tho ...-..,_��������������������������������������������� will keep ��������������������������� rilmtt.|s ,���������������������������. l)unchos is easily account-  ed for. Pneumonia is thc commonest diseases in the high parts uf Bolivia.  Kew people live lo any groat ago  (hero. I.ven in lhc town of La Paz.  which lies in a hollow is well protected from most winds, old people  are rare, anel a man of Tu is pointed  to  as a phenomenon.  IK- says that it lakes time to habituate oneself to living day in and  day out far above one's usual all.i-  llicit*. .Many persons can never broom*, habituated to the altitude,  and are nunc mi* Ii *-. ill during the  i-nurso <������������������f   (heir slay.    This is par-  U.i! temperature aui.ninalically  even, while Hying low in the tropics  ilie- ail.ship liny be perfectly cooled  Only hand dampen.tilled i'or the  ���������������������������jthej baggage going  f-.earner or expro.-. airship,  he side-- <*f the hold <������������������r tun:u*!,  foot high a*id (iuhl. feel, wide,  v it bo li:u"d v. it h e*>ir* innon*. lank  ing, eoiilaininu :;.i_uline fuel, lo bo  f'icetl upward into lhc engine-  rooms ji.s needed. The outside of  the hold will -ei*." ji . the air hip'-;  rounded   ke-d.   and   wil!  ena!i!e  (ho  hv   ventilation  uai. ���������������������������     will   be  _ .i i_:I_ pa_ _ai;_  fi  .1.  -*( io bill  d  craft  to final  "i! *'. al.-  fers [nr iatuli*t���������������������������_ v. i!i  cilca   engine  -eel ion.  Tho. ei..L. :-"ii.or oompartinoiii',  v ill each be i-;j*.;ijipod with one _ If).  h*u _**pn. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� iii..(ur, transmitting  oii'-rgy hy *-hoit slei.-i lx.lls, in llat-  l.M"d   t'.iiie-.   ;.,  one   propollei     on  ix.'U under   (*(U|al.*v ���������������������������*,,. ,_..lSL. with children and  t!  .sail)'*   >-!o'-  ol   I.  Il u I  and  auxiliary  engine.*,  operating  pumps  that will control tho gas chambers,  wilhdra-wing    on pa nd ing    gas   and  condensing ii- into the airship tubular  frauio.      They   will'    also el rive  powerful    fans   for   '.o.uiila.ting   the  aii* .spaces o!  iho I  in1;    qua rt.  v.     Th  P ...I'l.s.   I'or    li. hiin<>.*.  cooking  oi.e:*.'i tin  ���������������������������r.Mius of aclvancod age  ���������������������������"Il may be; said." says a writer  in Lhe Dietetic and Hygienic Gazelle, "that horse..-, are more sensitive than men in .differences iu at-  i-u.. pherio pressure, and doubtless a  man can climb many thousand feet  hichor tha.n he  ean  take   a  horse.  n  no  C-: a ialo'i  th.*  engine-* compartments.  The top    of  lhe    hull,  now  havc not myself seen n horse or  mule capable of carrying a rnau  over easy ground at a higher alti-   ,,,������������������������������������������������������.  ,,..,tude  than aliout 10,500 feet,  where  Hiiai.ing   i.ne!   , ,        ,        ..        , ,    ,  ���������������������������MiJJ 'ind  Hie liv-jtl,f>>  i,lniosl  uuitormly oreak down,  'e   olectric-powor|^:,;i������������������l1 '[  Have  been  told   that    in  ' Sikkiin   ht'M'so.s  carry   travellers   to  an altitude of IS,000 feet.  "From  sea  level upward, as the  wil  ami  be in  'air  becomes   rarer  and  the supply  th of man  ZoopeliirV obse.valoi v. will become i ',! l)P'.^n les"'  llu; ^"''.V?     ,.    .  a h.ng hurricane dock of thin, light!4lnm,,hslu;s- }\ww-h tlm /l"'""."  lanking with side rails. Here will tl0������������������ lli;i>' ���������������������������>l >c PCve<MviH except  e  kept' Bcvvieo   implements: jai lhc rcsult ot ������������������un,utc :uul pi11^"  I  ..,..-A,.im_(_ "lli/l      (lifi     II).'] [1     llllll'-O    I  lie  kept  .Vi'vic.   inq  TWO .SLliXDIil. MASTS,  cairviiiL* t-h'.* wii'ei'.'rs aut.uuac aud  experiments,  and   the man Iii in so  mav bo unconscious of it, il is none  tha hi. _  true.''"  I-MERRY. OLD ENGLAND  NEWS  BY  MAIL   ABOUT   J0II>  BULL  AND   1L1S   i'EOPLE.  0i_,.:ir*rence3   in    (lie    Land    That-  Reigns 'Supreme in the Commercial World.  Anthrax has broken out at 'Bur-  thonilcy,  Cheshire.  A case of small-pox has been notified at .'Burnley.  Thc law now permits London  taxicab drivers to smoke.  Viscount Olyadstone left for  South Africa on April UOth.  A universal race congress is to  be held in London-in July I'll I.  Wages are higher in England  than in either France or Germany.  In Hollo way alone last year 0,-  500 women were committed for  drunkenness.  "My husband wa.s a calf's head  shaver," a woman declared at an  inquest.  Mr. Isaac Earley, a resident of  Eastgartson, celebrated his 103rd  birthday recently.  Covent Garden i.s flooded with  Tasmaniau apples, and the crop.is  said to be a  record one.  England's birth rate last year  was the lowest on record, 25.58 per  thousand of population.  'Apart from subscriptions thero  was a loss on last year's musical  festival ai Birmingham of $5,800.  The King has been pleased to confer the honor of knighthood upon  '_r   Rufus Isaacs, K.C.. U.V.  British military commanders are  beginning to prohibit excessive cigarette smoking by young soldiers.  Birmingham is 110 miles from  Lontlon, and fche train covers the  distance without a stop in two  hours.  Deaths recorded at Yarmouth  for a recent week includes those of  seven persons whose ages total 570  years.  Aged eighty-nine, a Crimean vct-  eian named Stevens was burnedto  death recently at Trowbridge, Wiltshire. ������������������  "A good second-hand hansom cab  ean be bought now-._-day_ for $2-1,'"  a London witness declared recently.  Twenty-two children were a short  time since selected by the Lambeth  Guardians i'or emigration to Canada.  Chatsworth is to be reopened to  Lie public ou Tuesdays. "Wednesdays and Thursdays during May,  June and July.  Two men named Sindcn and  Husk were badly injured at Dover  by the fall of jars containing vitro 1 from a cart.  Bathers afc the Ley ton Baths are  to be allowed on certain days to  practice life-saving by swimming in  their clothes.  Nearly a mile and a half was  covered by tlie procession at the  funeral of' Sir 1:' rede rick. Thorpe  Mappiu,   a Sheffield manufacturer.  Alderman Joe. Moore, Mayor of  M'almesbury, Wilts, has undertaken  to ra-'se -.1,000 to save the famous  old market cross  from ruin.  Lord Charles Beresford has been  informed by the War Oiiiee that the  -a-u-tl-Kiri-ties-coii-tenipIato- r-i,mng__ie___  ing the defences of Gibraltar.  Frederick Moore, ex-cowswain of  the Southend lifeboat, who died_ rc-  recently. helped to save 150 lives  and had many narrow escapes from  death.  "THE DEAD HAS COF^E TQ LIFE"  -    A "FRUIM-TIYES" MIBACLE  MRS. JAMES FENWICK  Enterprise, Ont., October ist, 1908.  ."I suffered tortures for seven long  year9 from a Water Tumor. I was  forced to take morphia constantly to  relieve tlie awful pains, and I wanted to  die to get relief. The doctors gave me  up and my friends hourly expected my  death. Then I was induced to take  "Fruit-a-tives" and this wonderful fruit  meelicine has completely cured me.  When I appeared on the street again  my friends exclaimed 'Tho dead has  come to life.' The cure was a positive  miracle."     MRS. JAMES FENWICK.  50c a box���������������������������6 for $2.50���������������������������or trial box,  25c. At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives  Limited, Ottawa.  bimtisii siiJi-Bi ilium;.  There i.s Unusual Adivity   at   (lie  I're.sotit Time.  ThiV: -will bc a boom year for  .British shipbuilding and engi'-oer-  inc; industries. From the returns  compiled by Lloyd's .Register of  Shipping" it appears that, c\_.hiding warships, there were -3SG vessels of 1,057.636 tons gross under-  construction in the United Kingdom  ou March 31. They included 3-19  steamships with a gross tonnage of  1,05_,S87 and thirty-seven "���������������������������-ailing  ships of <J,7'I!) tons.  The figures of the. warship tonnage show that 77 vessels with 303,-  635 tons displacement are being  built. They include- fi battleships,  2 armored cruisers. 9 protected  cruisers, 2 third class cruisers. -10  torpedo boat destroyers and 11 sub-  marines, all of British nationality.  Since these statistics were compiled four more ships., including  tiic-2_,500 toir' British battleship  Thunderer, have been laid down.  A littlo later in the year work will  be begun upon the two Dreadnought cruisers for the Australian  aud 'New Zealand ileets and by the  close of the financial year 1910-11  thc five new armored ships provided for in the new naval programme  will have been commenced.  During the year seventeen armored ships will be under construction for the British and colonial  fleets. .Besides these vessels there  are being built in British yards  bvo .Dreadnoughts for tho Brazilian navy and British firms havc  practically secured orders for three  Turkish battleships at a cost of  __5.000,000.  In addition '��������������������������� to these armored  ships a large number of small cruiser-, is being built or has been provided for. Two are Hearing completion for the .Brazilian navy and  thi ee are to bc built for Australia.  TIL<___.JL'1 _.._._.������������������.^ <!lA_.fc15_____ __ol>''  eied  for the   BraziTTan "navy, avIfile"  i'.ur arc to be laid down for the Argentine lie-public and one for Denmark.  BIG GUNS OF' COLOSSUS  T .N 12-INCIL (AX FIR*. AT ONE  TAIKJKT.  Nine I) read noughts    AHoa(    Wil.  rout- Cruisers of Invincible  Class.  H. M. S. Colossus, thc largest of  the dreadnought type, and therefore- the greatest battleship in the  British navy, which was launched  a_ Greenock recently, was built by  the Scofts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, and is the first  ship of the dreadnought class fo be  built on the Clyde.  After the launch the Colossus was  taken in tow by several tugs and  brought.into the (inn's basin for'engineering with turbine machinery  of 25,000 horse-power to give ������������������  speed of 21 knots. The engines will  b3 completed this year, anel thc  trials will take place early in 1911.  Thc tonnage of thc Colossus is  22,500 tons, or -1,000 greater than  that of the original dreadnought.  Her length is 545 feet, as compared  with the 400 feet- of the first dreadnought and with the .25 feet of tho  largest battleship of the pre-elread-  nought period. This addition to  the length is a consequence of tho  determination of the admiralty to  ensure thc maximum utility from  all  of the  TEN 12-INCH GUNS,  which will fire 850-pound projectiles  at unprecedented velocity. AlUol!  these guns carried in the Colossus  will fire on either broadside, so  that, whether the. enemy's line of  ships bc to poi _ or starboard, every  gun will be available. No gun will  therefore be idle.  fn addition to thc ten 12-inch  guns, which are mounted in pairs  in barbettes, with revolving armored hoods protecting the ordnance  machinery, there are a large number of 35-pounder guns disposed  throughout the ship for repelling  torpedo-boat attack. The guns and  vital parts of thc ship are protected by armor, the greatest thickness being 11 inches.  The to. il cost of thc battleship  when completed for commissioning  will probably work out at about  ������������������1,700,000.  With thc launch of thc Colossus  there are nine dreadnought battleships afloat, and there havc been  ordered and still to launch fivo  others. In .addition there are four  cruisers of the. Invincible class and  two  others are building.  TWO YEAltS HENCE,  when all these ships are completed,  there will bo fourteen dreadnought  battleships and six drea^iought  cruisers.  The completed ships of tho  dreadnought type, and those still  to be finished, are a.s follows:���������������������������-  1. Dreadnought; 2, Belleorphon ;  3, Temerairc; 4. Superb: 5, St.  Vincent; 0, Collingwood; 7, Vanguard; 8, Neptune: !), Colossus;  To. Hercules; II, Orion; 12, No. 5;  The total  cost  Moating docks  :*..  ltUMHiNti <;itHAT OJTIHS.  (.rrinan Arehiloels    Plan    for  lh������������������  (so of Kill 11 ro Oncralioiis.  Xo cities in the i-iodorn world  coiupaie with those, which havo  ari.-en in Germany during the past  twenty years. The paramouiitoy of  private property does not exist in  Germany.   .Humanity is  ''   ���������������������������'    "11"'  li rat  io  ci tv  c  njeiys some of the sovereignly of the Kmpiro. 1.1 can promote  the beautiful. It can destroy the  ugiy. It can protect its poor. Tlio  German burgonieisfo.rs are laying  the foundations of the city of tomorrow as an architect lays the  foundation^ of a forty-story skyscraper, or the designer of a-!  world's fair plans his play city far  iu advance of its excavation.  In all the larger German cr-ru-  uitie. . the city architects have realized the obvious. They saw that  the city would continue to grow as  it had in the past. Consequently  in each individual city sufficient  land has been included within lhe  city limits to allow for the building.-: that tho continued growth of  tho city will necessitate.-���������������������������Scrib-  uer'';.  Most love stories are white lies.  Of the big towns of Scotland,  Dundee, is tli. most expensive to  live in.   ������������������  of warship., and  lo be constructed in  Lhc United Kingdom during the  coming eighteen months is put  down "at ._!)li._..0.Q__*. The proportion <>f the cost of shipbuilding  which is spout for" labor is. estimat-  i-.J at 70 per cent. Spread over  thirty months, this means lhat for  each of 13(1 weeks nearly $1,600.-  ( _0:)\vill be paid out iu wages, giving constant employment for that  period to an average nf IS2.000 men  at !.S.r_) a   week.  ..('COIiniNG TO H.Ki! OOl.r. T.  "Ves," said the young wife,  'Thilip anel I have lived together  a whole year and we've never had  the slightest quarrel."  "What aro you talking about!  You and ���������������������������Philip were married Severn ,\ ears ago !"  ���������������������������'To be sure we were, but you  forgot that he's a travelling salesman."  13. No. G; U.  No. 7.  ���������������������������Tho-:irmnred-cruisers.-C.ouuted-aa_  dreadnoughts,  built and   building,  arc-��������������������������� Invincible,    .Inflexible,    .lndo-  fndefafigablc.   Lion.   N  o.  [rotable  S.  These lists elo not include the  two cruisers for thc Australian and  New Zealand governments.  \\ is estimatoel lhat in 1012 Great  Britain "''H h'avu twenty-four  dreadnought:-:.- .including.tho_ l.nvin  ci Ides--as against  Germany.  the   thirteen    of  Three doctors were operating on  a man for appendicitis. After the  operation was completed one of the  electors missed a small sponge..The  patient was reopened, the sponge  found within, and the man sewed  up again. In.mediately the second  doctor missed a needle. Again tlie  patient w;is opened and closed.  Then the third doctor missed a  pair of scissors, "(ientlenien,"  *-;. d the victim, as (hoy were aboufc  to open him up again, "for Hea-  v-u'.s sake, if you're going to keep  this  up,  put  bullous on  me!"  ���������������������������     SOMIOTHING MISSING.  ''Even a painful disease may afford its possessor some crumbs o(  comfort," a. well-known physician  once remarked.  "An old chap, after having been  afflicted for ten years or more with  chronic rheumatism, was persuaded  to try some medicinal baths at a  well-known watering-place. As tho  result of two months' treatment he  returned home, cured.  " 'Your husband looks like a new  man,'' said a neighbor. 'He must  b.'s one of the happiest- men alive,  after all those years of suffering.',  "'Well, I don't know/' was the  doubtful response- of thc wife. 'Ho  seems rather glum and unhappy.  He hasn't anything to talk' about  now. you know/ "  1M.I.M .OAC1T.  '"I.f you had the tiniest bit of  love for tne you would never havo  married me !"  ,        ^,   Idiss Slater���������������������������''Are you living in  the handsome home left you by your  aunt, Colonel-���������������������������the house you went  to law about.'" Colonel���������������������������"No. My  lawyer resi  I  ..1  .sides there. /
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Thc huanaco of Santa Cruz eligs
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Thc cocoanut crab climbs cocoa-
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Snakes, for their size, weigh very
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- The- climbing perch of India
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Thc tiger's voice has a tone so
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With constant changes in baby
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good pattern for baby has comfort
i'-r its first consideration. Thc
little clothes should" bc hygienic in
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A dainty barrie coat is made from
straight  strips of    flannel  for thcl
waist,  with straps over thc  shoul-j
dors to keep it    on,'and one  end[
longer and-pointcd  to  lap around'
thc back.    Gored breadths of flan- J
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little fullness.    These open up the
front and the finished with' a Four
inch hem at bottom.   Lines of briar
stitching mark  the edge of  facing
on each side   of front and outline
th*. hem.    It also  trims thc  waist
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A barrie coat is made longer than
an ordinary flannel petticoat so
that the ends can bc turned up lo
protect- baby's feet. Safety pins
arc used for this purpose, or double button-holes are put through
the hems and buttons in' corresponding places on front of skirt.
.* Embroidered flannel petticoats
are made in two ways; either with
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one tablespoonful of lard, one-half
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Ikrce-fotirths of a cake of compressed yeast dissolved in the half cupful of water.   Mix all together and
let rise over    night.      In morning
knead doAvh and let rise again, then
form into  loaves  anel when raised
bake an Jiour~"*and a quarter in a
slow oven.
Creamed Hamburg Steak. ��������� Put
oue pound of hamburg steak in a
frying pan with one medium size
onion cut fine, cover with one-half
is just a trifle    shorter    than thc cupful  of water,   salt' and   pepper
white petticoat and frock
Wrappers are     made  both with
an*, without yokes,
the .favorite, cut   to
over   the    shoulders
straight not too full
the bottom of   slip.
wtapper is much used,  but is not
so warm as a pattern with sleeves.
There is "usually a small turn down
collar and turn back cuff?.    Sometimes a wrapper has a light hood
that can be pulled over baby's head
in a draughty room.
The embroidery on a wrapper
may be as simple or as elaborate
as one wishes.provided the general
effect   is   delicate. ' -Briarstitching
to taste,  and Jet cook  until water
. is boiled away.    Add butter size of
Thc latter lsjan egg and brown.    Sprinkle   onc
lit smoothly; tabl^-poonful of (lour over this and
and    fall in j add one  cup of milk,  and stir un-
breadths  to j til  smooth.     If served on square
The kimono! slices of toasted brcad will make a
delicious breakfast dish..
Kidney Stew.���������-Soak kidneys"   <n
rs.    Then cut
dreadful cry and the deer halts and  eftgc has a briarstitched vine about
c. nnric     t__ /_f _ /_ r 1 I _*_ c. e>        f_M_ir_rv    ��������� __     1/___���������������_ 4-__ ___���������__ .. . _ -i
salt watcr three
in small pieces, discarding core,
put .on fire ..in cold watcr for fifteen" minutes, drain and return ."to
iiir with one large fcablespoonfuf of
dripping. -Add1'two medium sized
onions, one carrot, one-half can of
tomatoes. Let cook for at least
��������� one and one-half pr-two hours."-Do
down each side, across the bottom not add-any watcr until ready to
of skirt, ancl on cuffs and collar isjscivc, then only sufficient to" mako
aiways in good taste. Or the edge
car be buttonholed around the entire wrapper cither in white or
color.    Sometimes thc buttonholed
Or the edge  a good gravy with a little flour ad-
stands motionless, trying to locate
thc sound. It is then that the tiger,
apnroaching noiselessly, leaps on
���������its victim.
Certain species of crabs pluck
and plant on their shells seaweed
or bits of sponge, which, growing,
afford excellent concealment. This
crab is amusing in an aquarium.
Very uneasy without its usual cov-
__.dy_.._ifc__A_i __.s__bits._of _.paper...or
a half inch from thc points of scallops, or more stylish yefc is a small
dotted border, worked in satin
stitch in the same color "as scallop.
tie ci.
which a little olive oil has been
. Sore eyes should not be tolerated Procure half an ounce of tho
best castor oil, and smear a little
along thc lids when retiring for
the night.
Thc.eyelashes should never be
clipped after babyhood, but some
mothers cut their infants' lashes in
order to make them.grow thick and
Never press a child to eat fat.
Many children have a constitutional loathing of this form of food.
Thi*- distaste is given them by _STa-.
ture, as they cannot digest it.
Don't forget, mothers, how important it "is that thc children
should havc proper meals at regular hours. Insufficient or unsuitable fboel will soon bieak down the
little one's health during thc long
school hours.
Children's hands are often disfigured by warts, .and they can be
cured in a- simple way. Get hartshorn and sweet oil of equal mixture
and paint the warts with'this each
ds\. It is slow, yet thoroughly
If a child .squints it should ' be
taken to an oculist as soon as it is
e-lci enough, as a 'specialist will bc
able to.at once stale if an operation'
will bc of benefit or not. ��������� This operation is .usually performed when
lh*. child is about eight.
If possible, every child should
have a bed to itself, and lhc sleeping-room 'should contain nothing
mere than the necessary ^furniture,
'anci vcry little drapery.    The bed
should bc placed in such a'position "
that the light from thc window docs
not fall directly ^on thc eyes.
Encourage children to eat liberally of  vegetables,   such    as pota- "
toes, beans, tomatoes, onions, and
lettuce.   Most vegetables arc good,
and   if  regularly taken   there  will
seldom be any necel for an aperient .,
medicine, as the acids in the vegetables are" a great aid to digestion.
Once let a child  sec that ifc can
get the  mastery over its  parents,
and good-bye fo peace in the home
and happiness  in    thc future.    A
gn-1 or boy  of twelve will not   require  whipping,   if   care  has  been -
taken, to weed out little habits ,of
selfishness or of temper.   We cannot expect our children to be faultless���������their    very    failings    endear
ihem to us���������but the childish errors
and fits of petulance may be curbed."
afc a vcry early age. . ^
Many mothers are at a loss, how-
to provide a substitute ior  braces
for baby boys on first putting them
into   knickers.    Makc-a bodice   of
white flannelette, sew on six pieces
of white ..clastic one inch wide and .
two inches long, with a button-hole
workcel at the end of each io come ��������� -
in   line  -with "the buttons on  the-
knickers.    This will* be found very /
comfortable,  and comply jvjllrthe   -
movements    of   the    body wiftio .tV-
having  the  little shoulders-drawn-',
eioM'n with uncomfortable braces."..".'-'
When the chimneys of thc   .Royal"
Mint afc" Berlin arc cleaned, about
$1/000 worth of gold "is, taken from
I he soot. -��������� ;,
__5.   nin? ll5ed th\"���������������- ������" !������>. _ or wills.
���������deling Mapleine, u delicious cyrup it n_������e ti.
a syrup better than marie. Map'_ne i. ���������old",
������Tocer������. If not tend he for 2 or. bottle and
recipe book. Craaccot Mfe. Co.. Stattlo. W_w
frod and tries to fix them on its
back. Onc such captive had a little overcoat made for him, which
he put on in a hurry as soon as ifc
vas lowered down  into the water.
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.+_     CONTINUALLY.       +
���������f     Mrs. Eugene Cagon, L'I'slefc
7 Station,  Quo., says:--"! bc-
hevu Baby's Own Tablets the
host medicine in thc world for
little    ones.     I   havc given
them  to my    baby for colic,
constipation    and '.sometimes
for breaking up a fever, and
I havc never known them to
fail  in   giving prompt relief.
Before I began the use of 'tho
Tableth"my baby was vcry thin
and cried continually.    Since t"
then she has grown splendid- +
ly and is plump and healthy. "4-
I also gave the Tablets to my
four years old child who sufferedfrequently from convulsions  and  they made a permanent cure.    When I .have
Baby's    Own Tablets    in  thc
house I  feel safe, and I
vise other    mothers, also   to
keep thorn on hand."     Sold
by    medicine   dealers    or by
mail at 2a  cents a box from
Tho   Dr.  Williams' Medicine
+ Co., Brockville, Ont.
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.ural residents are generally tal-
c. and heavier than those in towns.
The Emperor of Austria once real sod 5250,000 for-an opal weighing
i7  07H.
ad- 4
Three    Hour   Bread.���������Bread   in
three hours (yeast)���������Boil eight large
pot .toes and    mash  in    water    in
-wh ich=lhe.y=j. crcJooilc<1 .=AVhil e^thi s
is still boiling pour over four tablespoonfuls of flour.   To this aelel four
tablespoonfuls  of  salt and granulated sugar, one   quart   of boiling
ane: four quarts of cokl watcr and
two yeast cakes, dissolved in half
a cupful of lukewarm wafer.   Mix
well and keep standing in a warm
placo   eighteen   hours.     Then   put
jn.a cool.place and keep until .required.   The bread���������Uso onc quart
of the yeast   for   two    good-sized
leaves.    Set on stove and stir wilh
the  hand  until  about ninety-eight
degrees Fahrenheit.    Aelel a (.able-
spoonful each of salt, brown sugar
ami butter; mix into a soft sponge
wilh    warmed    ilo\ir.      Let it ri.se
thirty minutes. Add flour to knwitl,
let rise again, mold into loaves, let
rise .and bake in a moderate oven.
Corn Bread.���������One and one-fourth
cupfuls  flour,  throe-fourths cupful
of oatmeal,   one-fourth cupful  sugar,   generous   lump   butler,   one
egg,  one cupful    sweet milk,  one-
half teaspoonful    of salt, two teaspoonfuls of baking powder. Cream
butter, and  sugar; add egg, 'milk,
and'flour: beafc well,  then put   in
pan and bake.
_>Tut Bread.���������-Four cupfuls of
(lour, four teaspoonfuls of baking
powder, one teaspoonful salfc,
three-fourths cupful . sugar, two
cupfuls milk, one cupful assorted
chopped nuts. Raisins or date
may be added. Mix all together
and pufc into buttered bread pans;
let stand to raise twenty minutes;
bake forty-five minutes. Same will
make two medium sized loaves.
Oa -meal Bread .���������Take two cupfuls of sponge. Into two cupfuls of
oatmeal pour one cupful of boiling
water. Let stand until blood warm,
then  turn the sponge over ifc,  add
Before cutting baby's nails, soak
the finger tips in a warm lather to
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_������MUKfi. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND__WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 14, lyiu  We have just received  a lot of  New  iture  and have more coming  OOOO-O O OC^O0O-0O-OO-CK>0OO <K>_-  Lowest Prices in the  "   Valley  c_c_c-ck;-ooc.oooooooooo<_-  For the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,    Rugs   and    Mats.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  LOCAL NEWS-COMMENT  A splendid crowd turned out last  '��������������������������� Saturday evening to witness the foot  ; ball game between Enderby and Version. The audience was enthusiastic,  ' and in the ftTst half it looked as if  : it would be an evenly matched game.  Neither side scored. But in the sec-  I ond half, the Vernon boys played all  I around the home team', and scored  ; three goals to Enderby's nothing.  j While Enderby can boast of some  : good individual players, the team is  j lacking   in   combination    work    and  weak in  driving    the pig-skin  home.  Nevertheless,  the game was enjoyed,  and thc wish was expressed that wc  may have more of them.  Province of British Columbia,  Department of Agriculture  HORTICULTURE  We Carry  Everything  known to  the Trade  to keep down the  Fly Pest  Tanglefoot for use on shelf  or table, Poison Pads for  the window sills, and Flico,  the handy coil to hang  from the ceiling. These  aids to the housewife are  inexpensive and ever ready  and they do the work.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Endorby  The B. C. government is doing all  than can be done to assist the agriculturist in the proper cultivation of  his product.   At very great cost, men  of practical training and experience  are engaged from time to time to go  over the country and give to the  agriculturist such pointers as may be  of assistance to him in his efforts to  make his farm profitable. On Monday, July 25th, Professors Thornber  and Thatcher, of the College of Agriculture, Washington, will give two-  important lectures at Armstrong,���������������������������  lectures that should be invaluable to  agriculturists open to learn.  Under the Auspices of the  SPALLUMCHEEN FARMERSINSTITUTE  Professor T. \V. Thatcher, Bean of  thc College of Agriculture, Washington, U. S. A., and Professor W. S.  Thornber, Horticulture Dept., College of Agriculture, Washington, U.  S. A., will conduct a series of Lectures ancl Practical Demonstrations  by direction of the Department of  Agriculture, at  ARMSTRONG  as follows���������������������������  At W.   S.  BURNETT'S,    Knob   Hill,  Monday, 25th July, afternoon (2:30)  Demonstration.  Professor   Thornber,    assisted  by B.  Hoy,    Assistant   Horticulturist,,  Department of Agriculture, B.  C.  EVENING SESSION���������������������������Armstrong  Hall, Armstrong, at 7 o'clock.  Professor Thatcher will address the  meeting on "Soil Fertility and Cultivation." Professor Thornber will  speak on "Apple Culture."  I Plere's the finest pie of the season:  | Take two-thirds red currents to one-  j third  red" or. black raspberries;  fill  a  I deep pie dish, cover over the fruit  ; with a layer of sugar; makc a paste  ' of 1 pound flour, 1 pound butter, 4  ; tablespoonsful white sugar; mix the  ! sugar and flour, melt the butter  i slightly and pour into middle of f.our  I and sugar; work into stiff paste: well  j flour pastry board and gently roll the  j paste into size of pie dish; carefully  : place over the    fruit   and bake in a  moderate oven    for three-quarters of  an hour or more. Q-  This opportunity of hearing Pro-  i fessors Thorn..er and Thatcher is one  not to be missed, and -it is to be  hoped that* large and appreciative  audiences will attend to hear such  well-known authorities on the fruit  growing industry.  W.  E.  SCOTT,  Deputy Minister of Agriculture.  Victoria, B. C,  June, 1910.  Mara people are asking for tvvo  ���������������������������mails a-day.. At the present time all  1 mail from Enderby and the southern  '��������������������������� end of the Valley is carried past  '��������������������������� Mara in the evening and held at Sic-  i amous over night, coming back the  | next day. Here's the way it works:  i Mara is 12 miles from Enderby; a  | letter mailed at Enderby, say on a  ! Saturday, is carried out on the train  Wp    C3L___      Still   sllOW i ^'la<;  afternoon.    The train  stops at  the Goods  Some   prime   stall-fed   beef  cut at the present time  O  ur  Sausage is still a  Leader  j Mara, and the mail clerk cau get off  j and pass the time of day with th<_  I good Mara folk, but lie mustn't give  ; them any mail. It is carried on to  | Sicamous and there it remains until  JMonday morning, when it is brought  J back and left at Mara about 10:30.  :' Verily, the ways of the postoffice de-  j partment are peculiar and beyond  i finding out.  FOR SALE���������������������������A team of general  purpose horses; wagon, double harness and mower. All in first-class  working order. WTe are going out of  general  farming.   F.  Waby, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������A 6-room house on  Knight street. Clean and nearly new  and in every way desirable. Cheap.  Apply, Mrs. Foulds, Enderby...  G  Fish and Poultry  rRrSharpey  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:  There was considerable complaint,  ���������������������������and=miich-oMt=-well=g-r-ounded,-^on-the=  part of country people who drove in-  ENDERBY, B. C. j to town on July 12th, to do business  and found all the stores closed. Not  that anyone would presume to say-  when thc stores should take a holiday, but when they havc not given  due notice to the public, it works a  hardship on many wlio wish to trade  in Enderby when holidays are taken  willy-nilly. It is hardly a square  deal to Lhe country folk, and does  not tend to build up trade. It does  Barrister, Solicitor, secm t-o many, especially out-of-town  Notary Public, Conveyancer, ,1'cople, that when holidays arc taken  etc ������������������������������������������������������011 short notice   at   least   one store  ���������������������������Offices,���������������������������Boll Block. Enderby,B.C. isll0U](1 remnin opcn to accommodate  those wlio may drive from a distance  to trade here, not having learned of  the special day off.  Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, . to 5  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by Appointment  Oilier*: Cor. Cliff and Gior.     . tn. ENDBURY  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  E_dern������������������Il Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L.   MATTHEWS.  w,  E. BANTON,  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Endorby Lodtce No, .0  Regular meetings firit  Thursday on or after the  full moon nt S p. m. in Odd-,  follows Hall. V laitintf  brethren cordially invited.  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.  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  FRED. H. IURNES  W. M.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station.   A large stock now  j c metcalf! on 'ianc'-   Reasonable prices for large or small quantities.     By far the cheapest  Secretary      ��������������������������� material for a substantial house.    Cool in summer; warm in winter:   saves most  1^    y-v    -r-^   | of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  . (J. U. r . IT he Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  MEN'S  WORKING  SHOES  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"������������������->"���������������������������-_-_���������������������������_���������������������������������������������_������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������  r Special Prices and Special t  Values now offered      1  .������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������"������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I  Big Sale of  Ladies' Shoes  Do not miss it this week  We are offering special Values in  Toilet Sets, Dinner Sets, and Granite Ware.  ���������������������������  .���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������.������������������-������������������������������������������������������_..������������������������������������������������������_-���������������������������._-���������������������������.���������������������������.._.���������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-.������������������������������������������������������_..���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������.   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>������������������..*~������������������~*M������������������M������������������_������������������.(..t.a.(������������������(M(.(..S���������������������������(.#,4���������������������������(_(_,a,  i Come in and see our splendid line of MEN'S SUITS.  i Just received: a big shipment.  T    ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������t-������������������~������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������..������������������������������������������������������-������������������..������������������..������������������-������������������-. ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������.-������������������-������������������-������������������ .-���������������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������.  I LADIES: We have a few of  those  pretty Shirt  I Waists left, and are offering them at right prices.  _>  .-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������-���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������-������������������-���������������������������"������������������-������������������������������������������������������_._....������������������-������������������i.������������������..������������������..������������������...,>.������������������._.������������������-+.  f     POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  A ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������,,���������������������������,  Our Coffee  Jiasjiiade us Many. Friends.  First of all, they were Coffee  Customers only. Then they decided to try some of our Tea.  They like both.  .   Then ..they ..are _our steady Tea  and Coffee Customers.  They next noticed that our  Biscuits looked pretty good.  Tried them.  Delighted.  And so it goes.  Our edibles aren't good only in  spots. It's our aim to have the  stock faultless.  You may as well benefit.  Walter   Robinson  CASH GROCER        Eureka Lodtra, No. SO  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. 0.  O. F. hall. Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always welcome. J. A. McMorland, N. G., A.  Reeves, Sec'y, E. J. Mack. Trons.  ENDERBY   LODGE;  No. 35, K. of P. I  Meets overy Monday cv.nirff. i  in K. of P. Hall.    Visitors cor- j  dially invitod to attend. 1  ROUT. N, BAILEY, C.C.     |  C, E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.    !  H.J. COLT ART. M.F. j  K.of P. Hall is tho only hull In Enderby suitable j  for public entertainments.    For rates, etc., apply i  to- R, F. JOHNSTONE, M. E., Enderby  LOANS  Applications   received  for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C.  This fight game is a great nsoney-  maker. Johnson's share of the recent fight receipts will be: Purse,  $60,600, bonus $10,000, picture rights  $50,000, making a total of $120,600.  Jeffries, though the loser of the fight  does a little better: Purse, $40,000;  bonus, $18,000, picture rights, $66,666  or a total of $124,666.  Water Notice  NOTICE   is   hereby   given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the   "Water   Act, 1909" to obtain a license in the Kamloops Division of Yale   District,   by the appli-  cWt7^4Texa_de^R^  O., farmer, for eight cubic inches per  second of water   in   a   small stream  flowing in  a  southwesterly direction  through the centre of the said Alexander Miller's 53-acre farm, comprising the southern portion of fractional  section No.  thirty-six  (36),  township  eighteen (18), range nine (9), west of"  the 6th meridian,  and also southern  portion of the west half of-legal subdivision   No.    twelve     (12),    section  thirty-one (31) township eighteen (18)  range eight (8) west of the 6th meridian.   The point of diversion is about  one mile up the creek from Alexander  Miller's   south   line.    Description of *  the premises   on   which the water is  to   be   used:   the   above: mentioned  lands   and   premises,   comprising   53  acres,   and   on   which   is   situate   a  dwelling house   and   other buildings.  The water is   to   be   used for irrigation purposes.  This notice was posted on the 7th  day of June, 1910, and application  will be made to the Commissioner on  the 8th day of July, 1910.  No riparian proprietors or licensees  are likely to be effected by the proposed works either above or below  the outlet.  ALEXANDER MILLER.  Enderby, B.C., June 7th, 1910.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furniihed and Work Guaranteed


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