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 t_. _���������������������������..,   ' *- ���������������������������  Enderby, B. .C, July 21,1910  AND      WALKER'S      WE E K L Y  Vol. 3; No. 21; Whole No. 125  What's Doing by the .Natives on the Cool Grassy Banks of the Sleepy-Soft-Flowing Spallumcheen'  Good morning: How d'yer feel the  morning after ?  Will. Glen leaves this week for  Prince Rupert.  Curling meeting tonight (Thin .day)  in City Hall; 8:30. ,     '  Vernon's new postoffice building  will cost $50,000. ���������������������������  ���������������������������  Mrs. Robert Peel and children are  visiting Mrs. Peel's parents at Chilli-  wack.  Garfield Mohr, of Vancouver, and  Howard Mohr,' of Kelowna, spent the  end of last week in Enderby.  Born���������������������������At the Enderby hospital,  Friday,- July 22,. to.. Mr. and Mrs.  Embr'ey, a'son.' (Still-born.)  The grounds about the Presyterian"  church have been nicely fenced, and  are being otherwise* improved.  Miss Maud Brash left for the coast  this .wqek, to take a .course in stenography in the business college.  Gordon Sutherland past througfh to  New Denver Friday last, after leaving  Mrs. Gordon and children at Vernon.  Will Cooke, for seven years or more  electrician at Vernon, visited the Enderby lodge of Oddfellows. Tuesday  -night. .       -- "���������������������������-      -  -Any error in prize money sent "to the  successful Fruit Show exhibitors, will  be rectified by the secretary, Mrs. H.  W. Keith., .   , -'-���������������������������  'Mr. and Mrs.' C..E. Mohr, and. Mr.  and Mrs. W. Mohr, were pup from  yernon last,.Thursday to the funeral  of their nephew and cousin.  . A most enjoyable-'.'children's party'  was given to tlie grown-ups by Mrs.  Layton, . last Friday evenin .. Mrs.  Ira J. Bell being the guest of "honor.  - E. B. Stilwell is about to be transferred to the Penticton. branch of the  Bank of Montreal. Mr. Stilwell has  made a."host of friends in" Enderby  who.v'ill regret to see him go.  Read the official notice of the Farmers' Institute meeting at Armstrong  next Monday, July 25th. Two very  important lectures, are to be given,  and it is hoped that a large audience  will be in attendance at each meeting  It was a happy 250 picnic party  which boarded" the Sunday School  excursion train running from Enderby  to Kelowna, Wednesday morning.  Just enough people were left, at home  to keep , the ' flies out .of the butter  and the-measle bugs busy.   -"  P. H. Murphy returned this week  from,a trip'to the Winslow group of  | mines in the Lardeau. He is jubilant  over the prospects. Associated with  him in the group is Bruce.White, the  silver-lead king of Sandon. They  have driven <160 feet on a 15-foot  gold-bearing' ledge, and have very  rich' ore in the face. .  - A meeting' of the hospital .auxiliary  will be held in-'St.    George's Parish  Hair on Thursday, July 28th, at 2 p.  'm. for the purpose of hemming neces-  jsary linen for   the    hospital.   Every  lady interested in * the hospital work  lis requested   to   attend."   There will  be a short business' session after the  opening of the meeting.'   -  "- The funeral service over the body of  Gilbert Mohr, held last Thursday in  the Presbyterian church, was impressively beautiful " in' its sincerity and,  il*..-__nplicity.-. Rev. -Mt.^ Campbell's  brief . address,, the solo "Face to"  Face"-by Mrs.*'Banton;'and'the few  hymns by; the congregation and' choir,  expressed-most .beautifully the feeling  of_the-community in. the loss.of the  young .man esteemed so highly.  f     FOUR TRIED, FOUR PASSED  j . Congratulations . are   in   order���������������������������to  ' Schoolmaster   Barker,    who  handled  the Enderby   high   school last term,  and to the   candidates who wrote in  ' the McGill arts'--matriculation at the  'closing   examinations.      Four   candidates tried, and all passed, ancl well  ' up near   the   top,   too.   The highest  marks given to a B. C. pupil on these  papers was 554,   and the lowest 447.  Following   are. the = successful candidates from Enderby and the per cent-  ages received:     Miss   Millie Ruttan,  527; Miss Phyllis Faulkner, 513; Miss  Ir ma Jean Flewwelling, 509; Reginald  H. Crane,' 506., ,   . . . . -  Such a showing1 as this���������������������������the passing  of every candidate taking the examinations���������������������������was not made by any other  ' school in the. province. Mr. Barter  deserves the" highest praise, and so  do the candidates. - It is .unfortunate  that the high school is to-be'deprived of a teacher, of Mr. Barker's  calibre. And it might be wise for us  to ask why is it that Enderby cannot  keep a high school teacher more than  one term? !  YANKEE CL UB.ORG ANIZED  A CLASS   EXCURSION  Those who love the-beautiful and  can afford the   luxury   will* be there.  The Okanagan Valley with its climate and' scenic beauties, is a na-'  tional asset". The most valuable feature of the Okanagan Valley is its  beautiful Okanagan Lake. Grown  pcople, as. well as children', should be  taught tc appreciate the Okanagan  =Laker-^l'i. isj=a=greatrheritage.. ~  Nothing affords the opportunity to  take,in the charm of th'is lake like an  eight-hour pleasure trip on.the.C-.P.  R.'s floating palace, the S.S'. Okanagan, All this, perhaps,.does not appeal to the sordid man who has no  love. of. the beautiful in his make-up,  but those who know a good "thing  and have the price, will take advantage of the excursion to Naramata on  July 28th, the occasion of the Second  Regattar full particulars of which are  advertised in another column. The  rates are away down, and tho entertainment promised by -the Naramata  people is high-class and snappy.  Take a look at the advertisement in  another column, then let these excursion rates "sink in":  . . , Adults Children  Sicamous     " $3.40   $1.70  Mara- .* ;. ...   3.10   1.55  Enderby     2.80   1.40  Armstrong   ;    2.5.   1.25  Vernon    2.10 1.05  Okanagan'1 Landing     2.05   1.05  Okanagan" Centre    2.00   1.00  Kelowna    1.00     .50  Peachland  70     .35  Summerland  30     .15  The Vernon' 'band will play the excursion-down and back*, and will also  render a .few selections on the  grounds.  The excursion will arrive at Naramata at 1:30 p. m. and returning will  leave at 6:30 p. n?.  The baseball game for* the championship of the Valley, and the cup  given by the Hon. Price Ellison, will  be between the Enderby and Penticton teams.  CARD  OF THANKS  -We take this opportunity to express our heartfelt thanks to all who  extended their help'and sympathy to  us in our late bereavement.  Mr. and Mrs. Mohr and Family  ' Snugly tucked away in the*" shade  of the pines" on-the-residential property ^of the A.- R. Rogers Lumber Co.  if the picturesque bungalow owned by  Frank , Prince. "F;',nnk- is one of .the  '"whitest-^' boys ''uxkt, ever "donned a'  headpiece. There are many more of  his type on the staff of the A. R.  Rogers Company. Just for sociabil-'  ity's sake they have .organized the  Yankee Club, and hold weekly meetings in the shade of the pines, where  the time goes quickly in music, social games and the quiet smoke. The  ofiicers of the club are: W. J. Lemke,  president; M. A. Stevens, vice-president; Geo.'B. Schmidt, sec.-treas.;  Fra^ik Moffet, 1st Flunkey. Members:  W.^J. Lemke, M. A. Stevens, Frank  Prince, Harry Krebs, Frank Moffet,  Chas. Calder and Geo. B.  Schmidt.  | Miss M. Siball,' of Vancouver, is  i visiting Mrs. Speers this week.  I The oil house and store room being  erected in the rear of Fulton's hard-  |ware store is nearly completed, and  \ will add much to the appearance of  ' this block..  J. A. McDonald, recently appointed  Dominion Indian Agent, was a visitor of Enderby this week, and on  Wednesday met' the reservation Indians to talk over with them several  matters which the Indian Department  has had up for ��������������������������� consideration for  many, months, among them several  road matters, Indian school, .and  rights of way. Mr. McDonald would  not say as much, but it is understood that his niost important mission here is to get'from the Indians  some tangible proposition looking to  the opening of that part of the reserve lying, across the . river- from  Ender-by. ...  At the meeting of .the City Council  held on Wednesday evening, July<13,  Aid. Blanchard suggested that .the  road work on.the Law'es'additio'n be  extended to the " point originally intended. He also asked that Lawes  street should be opened-, without further delay, as it was desired to ,be-  gin'work on a home tcTbe erected by  Miss Cobb. Council decided the work  of extending, road to point originally  intended could' be "done at_ much'less  cost"after the .fall'rains. It was decided to put a man 'tO/Wor_ ou grading Lawes street'at once. - A building-permit was granted to A. Fulton.  The fiuance. committee" reported the  monthly grist of, bills and they were  ordered paid. It was decided to set  prices" on life preservers and ropes to  be . placed in the vicinity of the  bridge. Mayor Bell reported that the'  band stand'had been-removed from  the' City Hall grounds to the station  sqiiare, and it'was decided to raise it  an additional two feet. A letter was  received from .Dr. Fagan-re. mcasle  epidemic reported   to exist in Ender-  WALKER'S. WEEKLY  Published every Thursday al Enderby, the Gate-Way of the famous Okanagan. Land of the Big Canadian Red Apple and the California of Canada  -Entered ii. the Post Office at Enderby, B. C, as'second-class mutter.  by.     It was   decided   to purchase 2  police badges,   2   pairs hand-cuffs," a  pair of leg   irons,   and an iron fold;  ing cot for the   cell in the basement  of the City Hall.      A petition for a"  sidewalk on    the   south side of Mill  street from , Maud   to George streets  and along the east side of Belvedere,  street from    Cliff   to Knight streets,  was held up for the lack of funds,but'^  it was decided to give the' handsome  Moffet residence    a crossing to. give,  access ��������������������������� to   the   sidewalk on the ������������������������������������������������������ west  side' of Belvedere street.'; '       ��������������������������� .   ;  J. B. Challis, dominion engineer, is  on a tour of the province looking- into land matters which,have been be-",  fore the government" some time.   He  spent the early    part of the" week in  Enderby, and ' went over the ground  in the vicinity of. the in-take of the-  city's water.supply in, company with  Mayor Bell, with a "view of making 'a  report to   the   Land   Department on  the'petition made to the department  some "months, ago by the city of Enderby, asking for a free grant'to the  city of. 160 acres of land on which the*  in-take is situated.   The object of se-'  curing this   land 'is   to prevent the  possibility of "its being taken up by-  some settler   and   the   city's _.wate'r.  supply being either curtailed or con-'  taminated.       ���������������������������,.,  .        " _'���������������������������    . _. ' .--.'  HOT "WEATHER STOVES  -��������������������������� Tworburaer gasoline stoves,' $3.75 "  ' Three-burner" gasoline stove's,'$6.00  ,-Three-burner Oil stoves,-?8.50.'  'J  Ovens to suit, price $2 to $3 each*.;  You cannot    afford   to be without  onc of these   stoves /daring this hot"  weather. Fulton's Hardware. .  C. D. Griffln, B. C. representative  of the Oliver Typewriter, was in the  Valley last,week and placed. 14 machines. * .    -   ������������������������������������������������������  *���������������������������'-������������������������������������������������������'     ,"'_"-  -----      .'    . U'    .   .    .  -"' &_*__. __  ln_o.r_er_to_.be poor in. the~Okanaganrkyo___ _ve-t_-wag__ a_=_w ful ___ _p-Tim_-_n_~Mo"__y.'  ONE   MAN'S POINT OF VIEW  3W Q  For Sate���������������������������Four ,, handsome. Colley  dog pups, 6 months old. May be  seen at any time" at farm. G. B.  Wallace,   Lansdowne,   .  For Sale���������������������������A Homer lady's bicycle.  Price, $15. Apply Arthur Emeny, or  wheel may be .seen at the.office of: the  Walker Press.  SOCIETY is continually committing crimes against criminals.  Bret Harte tells a story of a  priest who was stoned b:y_some_rudc  boys"in Paris, and who knelt down  and prayed for the boys; it then occurred to him that those who were  bringing them up were responsible  for their conduct, and he prayed for  their parents ; ' he then thought  that their parents had been largely  moulded by society, so he prayed for  society; and then the thought came  to him that he himself was an integral part of society, so he prayed  for himself.  Law is the first thing of Nature���������������������������  aud the finest���������������������������when all men obey it  and each endeavors to see that his  neighbor gets full justice. But law,  when flagrantly ignored in one in-*  stance and rigidly 'enforced in another, is the cruelest thing imaginable���������������������������and the least to be admired.  A' few days ago there appeared in  i Enderby a man slightly crazy and  full of booze. He appeared at several  homes and abused the occupants in  the foulest words speakable, frightening the womenfolk and threatening  to burn them out. Complaint was  laid and the man arrested. The man  had no money when arrested. It was  feared he was crazy, and to send a  crazy man to Westminster would cost  the city probably $75.00. The next  morning the man was turned loose,  and took the train out of town.  On July 1st a drunken Indian  choked an inoffensive. Chinaman and  hit him on the head with a rock as  he passed in the shadow of a lumber-  pile in his regular" round of duty,  after threatening to kill him.   He al  so battered a Chinese lodging house'.  The Indian was arrested, tried and  sentenced to " three _ months in Kamloops" jail and a fin& of $30.  A few evenings later, Arthur Quinn,  a notorious," good-hearted character;  everybody's friend but an enemy to  himself; was drunk ou the street.  He used Quinn language, rough but  meaningless���������������������������as he has been permitted to do for months by the" authorities. He was ordered arrested by  the Mayor. Robert Bailey was sworn  in as special officer to do the trick.  When arrested he had between $30  and $40 on his person. The following  morning he was summarily sentenced  to six months hard labor in Kamloops jail and to pay a fine of $50, in  default of which he shall spend six  months longer in Jail���������������������������ONE YEAR  IN ALL !  Verily, verily, Justice doth come  clothed in many garbs. To-day it  may turn a criminal loose to save  expense; to-morrow it makes a convict out of a good-natured drunk,  innocent of entire and deserving of  sympathy and the uplifting hand of  fellowship rather than prison stripes.  We make convicts out of them to get  rid of them, and then pride ourselves  on our superior virtues and brotherly  love!   Oh, gawd ! ���������������������������  ooo  HAVE-our- city fathers lived so  long in the enjoyment of this,  glorious climate, and rested so  peacefully year by year in the consciousness of their'infallibility, that  they have passed out of the circle of  get-there-itiveness and into the sump  of indifference? or are, appearances  deceiving, and is there really a burning desire to beautify the town and  make it as beautiful as Nature intended it should be? Are we and they  doing what we can to lift it above,  the sordid and mean? or are we  tabooing   the   trees   and plants and  flowers, and turning our streets and  unoccupied business lots and sidewalks over to the itinerant cow and  noxious weeds? One would not know  that we had a noxious weed by-law  in existence to look at our streets,  city hall grounds and unoccupied  building lots. Is it our ambition to  make our streets and homes beautiful  with shade trees, flowers and foliage?  Do we want to make Enderby the  admired of all, and attract hither  the home-lovers of Canada' ? Do we  realize that we can do it? Do we  realize how beautiful we can make  the town? Are we satisfied to let it  remain less beautiful than we know  wc should make it? Are we, each  onc of us, willing to ,'cnd a hand to  make our part of town more beautiful and a joy to the eye?  Thc past season and thc present  summer has witnessed a marvelous  change in many home-grounds. The  noxious weed patches have given way  to refreshing green lawns and flower  beds, and shade trees adorn the landscape. Many of our residents are  grasping a fuller conception .ol Enderby and what we may do, and are  working their conception up into the  beautiful, thus aiding in thc general  march forward. The enforcement of  the noxious weed by-law, and its observance by the City itself, is the one  thing needful. By its non-observance  by the City in its own grounds the  by-law is discredited in the eyes of  the indifferent, and our latter state  is worse than the first. It is not  necessary to show the fertility of our  soil by such displays of the weedy  beautiful at the postoffice. As it is contrary to law, it would seem quite  proper to do away with it, would it,  not? Thus others'would be encouraged to ��������������������������� observe thc law, and we presume tl iis is what the noxious weed  by-law was put upou the books for���������������������������  to be observed.  WATER ACT 1909  BY direction    of   the Board of In-'  vestigation,    notice   is hereby given  that the Board will proceed to -aflju-  dicate upon claims    to water on the  jpilowing���������������������������streams .land-=^tributaries==  thereto in' the Similkameen and Oso.-:  yoos Water Districts',  under authority of Part 3 of the Water Act,._909:"  * Pine Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 2986,  Spring on Ecks Pre-emption, .'.  Shoot Creek,  Ellis or Nanisheen Creek,   , , .(  * James Creek,  Penticton Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 2551, .   "'  -Canon Lake  -        ���������������������������-      -- --.������������������������������������������������������- ���������������������������-"���������������������������  Second Creek,  Cedar Creek, , ���������������������������  Little Penticton Creek, ���������������������������;  Sheep Creek,  4-Mile Creek south on Dog Lake,  4-Miic Creek on east side Okanagaii''  Lake,  Five-Mile Creek, *  Johnson Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 4507,  Spring   near   Pre-emption    near 4-  Milc Creek,  Spring   near   1st   Creek   near Preemption 138s,  ,   Spring on Sub-lot 19. L. 2711,     -    '  Alder Creek,  Maple Creek,  Creek 3 miles south on Dog Lake,  * McLean Creek,  Lake near Kelowna-Penticton  trail,   '  Spring, Penticton,  Steward's Dam,  Creek, Lot 286  7-Mile Creek (Lots 210 and 266,)  Camp,  Old   Camp,    9-Mile or Ara-  wana Creek,  Creek on Lot 211,  Spring near southeast corner of lot  587,  South branch of Ellis Creek,  Spring, Lot 2551,  ��������������������������� Meeting for the purpose of adjudication will be held at Penticton on  or about October 20th, 1910; Okanagan Falls on or about October 25th,  1910; and Naramata on or about  October 28th, 1910.  W. S. DREWRY, .  Chief Water Commissioner.  Lands Department, (Water Branch),  Victoria, B. C, July 15th, 1910. OR, THE NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL HILL.  CilAPTKli XXI.  "They   hud  tried,   hut- hi'-*- deformity couki  not    lie    1i'*1ikm1,"  and  with a pang   _f tlis,_p])<>intincnl the:  father    was    runiin,.  awav  \vl  ll'TI  .aug'hl   his  wn  it-h  _ai  i-.-uised  hint  to  lislm  a.qain.  "Yuu don't know.": Maud*, wTuir.  "how great a lion Louis is getting  to 1)'.'. lie painted a pic'liiro nf mc  j _st as 1 looked that dreadful niorn-  iii,. when I stood in llu  and fel-t tlia'i.  I  wa.s blind.     It is a  of  what you   iniylit say,   prevented  her writing* it.  I (liink.    I was thero,  ims.lf ji   few  week*.  _i._i*. and she  said it could do no good to trouble,  Jyuii.     The     duetoi*    is    eomplol _ l.v  [broke;-) down, nnd seems like, an old  j man,    Me eannot endure the hnnd-  l some rooiii1- ln-Iuw, but stayh all day  ! in that small garret chamber, which  j is furnish cd with your carpet, your  ; mother's  chair,   and   tlio   high-post  un-'hine i ���������������������������x.'dslend whicli bis first wife owned.  | It   made   me   cry   when   he  pointed  saying su motim-  is relieved by'tho angel-faced | [������������������">;���������������������������   'T!lis-   '*     Maude's,   (his   was  who looks up al me so pitying-  Louis is perl'cc't. but   Maude���������������������������  7   can   scarce  believe   that she  strange,   wild  thing,   bin   its  wiJ*I- ! l������������������������������������'in ou(  to me  ii.s.  IjflV  Alatly's.    and     that     was     Kaly's  once.'  j    Maude's sympathies were roused.  iy.  vver wore that expression of fie rec i ���������������������������d fatigued a.s she was. she start-  despair. Strange as it mav seem, I ^ lhn ucxi ���������������������������<-*n*mg with her hus-  Ihis picVure took rtlio fancv of t-'ho i l)r������������������������������������<! ;><"-! brother lor Laurel Hill,  excitable French, and ere Louis P*- w*s il b;iz.v October day. J he  w_. aware of  it. he found himself; Mu0  hlllfi     um'h    fniliosomed  thc  brother I'or Laurel  hazy October day.  whi-*h embosome*  famous. Onc wealthv American : Me were eneireled wilh a misty  gentleman brought him a da _uer-| V������������������',J- wllll<- lll(- sunshine seemed t_  retype of hi.s dead child, with the:'"5.'1 wlUl ������������������- ^nibre light- upon the  request ihat he would paint from ii  a life-sized portrait, and if hc .suc  ceeds in ge.l.ing a na'tural face, he  is io receive five hundred dollar:.  Think of little Louis Kennedy earning fivo. hundred dollars, for he will  Hueceed. The claguerreot.ype is  much like Nellie, which will mak<.  it easier for Louis.'''  Since last we looked it  Alaude Glcndowcr had    ruled  witth  a high  ha nd.     She   could  nol live  without- excitement,    and  ��������������������������� ii .Ids of yellow corn.  ! '"Is this hum.'.''' cried .Maude, as  I they stopped before the gate. "F  | she aid hardly have recognized it-.'"''  i ''Beautiful home, beautiful homo  '���������������������������it must- nob-be sold/' was Louis's  'exclamation as he gazed upon it.  I     "No,   il  rmi.sk-not  b.   sold.''   re-  Let e; she'd be seized wil'i  a fit of  repairs.    G0 to her; she loves you,  ; a. least.'1  I     Louis obeyed,   nnd  in  ���������������������������_  moment  j*. as in the arms of hi.s stepmother..  I She   had   changed   since   last  they  Unci.    Much of her soft, voluptuous  ! beauty was gone,  and in  its place  jwas a look of desperation, as if she  i d_l not care for what she had done,  land meant to brave it through. Mr.  I .i.V Vere did not  seem disposed to  !t;ilk. but when the day of sale came  .he  acted: and   it  was su'.n   under-j  ���������������������������sti-o'd thai the house together with'  ! fifty  acres of land would  pass into  ihis  hands.    Louis,   too.' wa.s busy,  i Singling   out.every  article   of   furniture which had been bis mother's  hc bought it with   his own  money.  Many of the more elegant pieces of  | furniture   were   sold,   but   Mr.   'De  Vera  kept   enough     to  furnish  the  house   handsomely;   and   when   the  sale was over  and thc  family once  more reassembled   in   the pleasant  parlor.   Dr.    Kennedy   wept   like  a  child as he blessed the noble young  man who had kept for him his home.  Maude  Glcndowcr,   too,   was  softened; and going up to Mr. De Vere  die said, "If I know how to spend,  lavishly. 1 know also how to economize, and hencef.. rth none shall accuse  mc of extravagance.'''  And now. with onc more glance  at- Maude, we bring our story to a  close, it is Easier, and over the  eaith the sun shines brightly. The  Sabbath bells are ringing, and the  merry peal whieh comes from thc  church .ower bespeaks in John a  frame of mi nil unsuited to the occasion. Since forsaking the Episcopalians, he had seldom attended  their service, but this morning, after his task is done, hc will steal  quietly across thc common tu the  old stone church, where Janies De  Vere and Maude sing together the  glorious Easter ''Anthem.      Maude  AN UP-TO-DATE STOVE  Do you realize there is no longer any reason why  you should use a coal range? Oil is cheaper, than coal; it  is lighter and easier to handle, and gives an intense  heat. Provided you have the right stove, oil is more  economical, cleaner and less trouble.   Have you seen the  "j turned  Maude,   while  her husband: formerly sang the  alto,  but in the  t upon her-s"-ilci1 f|ii|ctl.y upon them both, and 0;t; wor\\ her voice was trained to  said  nothing.  t_e higher notes, and to-day it will  Maude Glcndowcr had gone to an;bc )w!iix\ jn  d_0 eh0jr where it has  from  her grief at parting with hcr ; '���������������������������* ,;!'n  child, she plunged .__ once into re-: ,K-IS.V  pairs,  tearing down  and   building! "'.aking   frcquen  up,  'while 'her husband   looked  on ;  in dismay.    When thev were about'  .���������������������������.n.-ii.iy  Hoioiinn .  town,   but    Hannah  and'  i am nig , ..   _ - . , .  greeted    thc    strangers with;  demonstrations,   the    latter'  use  of    his  fckirts to wipe  away, his tears.  "'Can vou see.   marm���������������������������see me as  c0*k-aisle  it. s'iie said, thev mit.it as well have.1'"0 a* J"y" ,iv<? ���������������������������"'" he Siiid' ,JowinS  al  the   modern'improvements..  a.djwi,,.h  great humility to Maude  ae  to  all the  sleep- i  water, both   hot  and  eold. was  ae-1    Maude assured him that she could  cirdin.lv carried  to  all the  sleep-';ir,<;   ,lK'rl  observed  how   impatient  in* apartments,  the'  fountain-head i Lous appeared,  she asked for Dr.  being a hirer-  spring, distant fn ,n ! Kennedy.    Assuming  a  mysterious  I..ie house  uearlv half a mile.    Slie ! a"'-  "kl Hitnnah whispered.   "Heis  ws   fond of corn nam-,   and  as  sh'oi������������������P ln <le luff [)l <-lc ,,0P ot ������������������c houiiP'  in   dat little    charmber  company,  evervbodv,  so  as  s  every  where he  5u>_.  visited   evervbodv.  so   every- Mn   dat  little    cnarmoer,  wnere no  ' h<:dv in return must" visit hev.  she'stays mostly, to gel shet-of de nni-  .������������������������������������������������������aid.  and toward  the last of su.m-1 sic and dancur and raisin' oh Cam  He's    mightv  broke  will  ii. er she Tilled  .she house wii'h  ci'(v ' generally.        ties  people, who vustlv enjoyed the good   ������������������ov_.  but thc    sight   of   you     _  with  which her table was al-' l:efir1' him UP riS]lt smarl-      )xI,uJd  ' better go up alone���������������������������he II bar il .ev  er, o r  ways spread.  Little more  passed   away  than  two years have  since  the  September  i.r one at a lime.'  "Yes,  go.    sister  '   said     Louis,  part    of Han-  aftcrnoon when the deep-toned bell; who heard the last-  rang     out-      the      merry    tiding. . I nfih's remarks.  "Maude can see���������������������������-Maude can see,'-'!    So. leaving her husband and hro-  and again upon  the billow another: thev  below,   Maude    glided    noise-  the  v.r.sel rides.    But this time to the; lessly   tip-stairs    to  wr.slward: and the beautiful lady,  whose soft, dark eyes look eagerly  over the wave, says to her companion, '"It is very pleasant going  home.'"  And ihey were going home at last  ��������������������������� ���������������������������.lames. Louis and Alaude���������������������������going  to Uamplon. where- Mrs. Dc Vere  wailed so anxiously   their  coming.  room,  where,  by an  open  low  attic  window.  the  _lf^\._ _-.r.ra77[Tv  ihe. first joy of it  meet Tii������������������7  was ov  all i-i*   lhc  ii i  r, Maude  people   at  Lfin-  Td~a"f tc.-^li 11 ��������������������������� r"o f  n,i'iion  irquire<  iel   Mill.  "It is more than . mr months  nu.e we heard fi*om them,"' sho  .aid. "and ihen Mrs. Kennedy'*,  h.lt. r was very unsatisfactory. The  xloctor, she hinii'd. had losi his sen  bc. . but sho mad'1 no f-xplanation.  ���������������������������- What -did she mean ."-    -  "Win." ������������������������������������������������������cturned Mi^. De Vere.  "lie had a pn rah tie shock inor.*  thai,  six  mouths  ago."  "t)h, pom* I'aiher." cii<-<l Loui .  while Mr;-. De Wr'1 runt inned. "Jt  was nol ;i .cveio attack, bin- it- has  impaired hi. health muiu. what. Vou  knew of i:iiiu;M\ lhat hi. house'and  farm wen; lo be sold I rt a few  days."  "Our house  il.all not. be ;"  If.'.n d in Louis'  ing to M !.���������������������������;. De  IX'ied softly. "  Jiim, but don't  fore  Louis."  The  lady  la.s!   th'.'.v  knew   of  .lower had persisted in her folly,  until her husband's property was  red.ueed to a mere pittance. There  was a heavy mortgage upon the  farm, and even a chattel-mortgage  upon the furniture, and as the man  who   held  them  was si em  and  un  -our old. h"iiie ��������������������������� it  and the tears: glii-  s .���������������������������eyes, whilo. turn-  .Vere,   .Maude whis  His wife has ruined  let io-- talk of it be-  IIO'.KIC'I  i  ami    whom   at  *.*.-. ���������������������������<:��������������������������� ahoiO.   told   all   she  lhe affair.    Maude  (Hen-  relent ing.  lie   J-n<t  wa'-  lo  loreflose.i,  ie   --old  at  lhe  house  tion.  "Why has mother kept i  us'i'' _������������������������������������������������������_i11 Maud<\ and Mv  Vere replied.   "1'ride  and a dre.ivl  and  a.ue-  fi'oin  .Do  gazing ���������������������������.orrowtiiuy out upon  ."load harvest-fields, soon to be no  longer his, a seemingly old man  Si/it. And Dr. Kennedy was old. not  in years, perhaps, but in appearance. His hair had bleached as  v. hit o as snow, his form was. bent,  bis face was furrowed with many a  iMvir-r^w-l i-i-1 o=M-l i e=H!e-i n i il o us-  if hi-* bead told of lhc pal-  s\ 's  blighting power.  "Father:" The name dropped jn-  \oluntarily from tho lips of Maude  De    Vere,    standing    without,    the  door.  "Maude���������������������������Matty's Maude -- my  Maude :" And tlie poor head shouk  wilh a. palsied tremor, as he wound  hi*., arms around-her. and n<-k-'d her.  when she came.  Her sudden coming unmanned  hi.n wli.!!,-.. and bonding over her  he wo.pt like a little ehild. "I am  broken in body a fid* mind. I've uo-  ihing to call my own, nothing but a  lock of .M.-nly'- hair and Louis's:  little crutches- tho crutches lhat  \ (Mi. cushioned-ho that 1 should not  bar their sound. I was a hard-  heal ted monster then. I. ain't m.uch  boiler now, but I l.cve my child.  What .,f Louis, Maude'.1 Tell me  of my boy." /  In his excitement-".he had risen,  and. with lips: apart, and eyes bent  on the open door, he waited for his  crippled boy. nor waited long ere  Louis came in .sight," when, with a  wild, glad cry, whieh made the very  rafters ring, ho caught him to his  bosom. Nor is it* for us lo intrude  upou the sanctity of that* interview,  which lasted more than an hour,  and was finally terminated by the  arrival of Maude Glendower. She  had returned 'sooner than was antiulcer joyfully greet-  starl.ed   in     .uesfc  of j  so  long been' missed.  The bells have ceased to toll, and  a family group conic slowly up the  Dr. Kennedy slightly bent,  lv... while hair shading a brow from  which much of his former sternness  has gone, and his hand shaking but  slightly as he opens thc pew door  and then steps back for the lady to  enter, the lady Maude Glendower.  who- walks not as proudly as of  old. Shc, too, has been made bet-  t-.r by .adversity, and though she  will never love the palsied amxn,  he-: husband, she will be to him a  faithful wife, and n devoted mother to his boy, who in the square,  old-fashioned pew, sits .where his  oy._ ean rest upon his beautiful sister, a.s her snowy fingers sweep  once more the organ keys, whieh j  tremble joyfully as it were to the;  familiar touch. Low. deep-toned;  and heavy is the .prelude to the;  song, and they who listen feel the  floor tremble beneath "their feet.  Then a strain of richest melody  echoes through the house, and thc  congregation held their breath, as  Maude De Vere sings_ lo t-hem of  the. Passover once, sacrificed for us.  The Anthem is finished. There is  a heightened bloom upon Maude's  cheek, a softer luster in her eye.  while throughout tbe church there  is a solemn hush, which the man of  God seems loth to break. And now,  .italf^wc^i 101H ea vc-_h e m-4h u-s-w-i th -  the holy Easter light streaming up  the narrow aisles, and the _ sweet  music of the Laster song dying on  the air.  THE KM).   *   FOI ICE OE HA HIT.  ..." Why., did. you break your _ engagement with that school teacher?" asked ihe friend.  "If 1' failed to show up ai her  house every evening;, she expeeted  me to bring a. written excuse signed  bv    111V    IHOtlKM'.''  "Ilnlloa,  James,  v  ous  cigar  you    a re  must be  a   foot Ion;  loot,  made  dercd  a day  me  ���������������������������fiat an eiionu-  smoking!      It  ;���������������������������"'      "Over a  1  have    this    kind specially  for mi.1.      My 'doctor has or-  me to smoke only one cigar  and  I. always do as he tells  .3 .  eij.-alou,   aiul,  , in,?.   Man do,  Louis,  j     "Don't let  Ii red   lhe do.  jo1'   the   si a'ic  her in hero,"  whisp-  ,or.   as  he   heard  hor  Duii'l-    let her in  ��������������������������� ���������������������������Camphor Ice  VASELINE  FOR CHAPPED SKIN AND LIPS,  COLD SORES, WINDBURN.  J 2 Vaseline Remedies in Tubes  Cnp. com,  lloratcJ,  Mentholated, (. rtx.  lated, enTiipliorated, White Oxide nf Zinc,  etc.   Kiich lor apeeial purjsotcs,   Write for  Free Valine Book.  CHE8___OUCH  MFC.  CC. 'Oont'd)  379 Craig St. W., Montreal  ____  ������������������^_____S_____3^P_________1__3  Oil CookrStmc  The accompanying illustration gives you only a rough idea of  its appearance. You really can't appreciate it until you either  use it yourself, or talk to someone who has used it. 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The silence, smoothness of. running, and power of acceleration on hills is really  remarkable,   c  My petrol consumption was 1G miles to the gallon, including a great deal of driving in traffic.. The .tyres show no appreciable signs of wear, and 1 think it will prove light on tyrea.  I am really delighted with the car.���������������������������.ours  sincerely,-  (Signed)   C." A. BOONE,   of Toronto, Canada.  "The most  Successful  Car of f .e  year1909"  Ths Daimler Motor Co., ow) Limited,  COVENTRY,   ENGLAND.  THE 'ROYAL' LINE TO EUROPE  SAILING   FROM  Montreal and Quebec to Bristol  TRIPLE  TUrtB.'N:   EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS  Royal Edward *������������������*,, Royal George  Triple. Screws, Marconi ������������������������������������������������������Wireless. 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Food does not nourish,  ihen. js indigestion, licurt pul pita-  lion, headache, bacl:������������������chc, some-  Jim _s fainting iiis and always herv-  .us.icss. Jf anaemia or bluodless-  )icsk bo neglected too long' a decline  is sure to follow. Just a little  Jogi'u blood cures all these trou-  lust more rich,  red blood;  1 HOME. 1  ��������������������������� srj'ii2CTp:i) uiicirES.  JHC'_.       Jl  '.hen a b cuudinsj health and vitality  vti'i  pleasure in life. 'To gob move  Mood tho remedy is Dr. Williams'  I'ink Pills.    No other medicine in-  ��������������������������� . i _as.s" fete blood supply so quickly  ��������������������������� ���������������������������r s-o surely.   The'cure actually begins with the first dose, though naturally it is nofc noticeable.    This  is not a. _ncre claim.   Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills havo been doing this over  Hid over again in Canada for years.  This ia why thousands of people always have'a good word Lo say about  thi.', medicine.   The following is thc  experience of one of the' many who  p?'.iis_   this  medicine.    Mrs.   J.   J.  Thibod.au, Bathurst Village, N. B.,  ���������������������������ays : "Some years ago while teaching school I became  so run  down  thai  1    couid    hardly    walk.      My  breath was short and I had failed  in weight and lost color.    I had to  rest  several  times   on  my  way to  school and during school hours it  took mere than all mv strength to  fulfil my duty.    My doctor advised  ni_ to give up teaching and take a  long rest. . But at this time a friend  persuaded me to try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills and I got six boxes.    I  hadn't finished the first box when  I felt a little better and by the time  1 had" used tho six boxes'I was fully  recovered and enjoying thc best  of health.--   At a- later date  I was  troubled with eczema and my faith  in   Pink Pills   led me to  try them  again, and [-was.not disappointed,  .:_ they cured this trouble also.    E  can't -praise. Dr.    Williams'" Pink  Pills too much for they have.done  m_. a power of srood."  Dr. Williamsi'Pink Pills arc sold  by al! medicine'dealers ur will be  "sen'.* by mail ab 50 cents a bt ���������������������������>; or six  boxes for .2.50 by The D. Williams'' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  _*_  PINEAPPLE.  Although pineapples arc obtainable all thc year, their palatable-  ncs. and desirable qualities make  ihem an especially welcome addition io tho spring dietary. A few  well recommended recipes follow.  Pineapple Chips.���������������������������Peel and trim  Lemon arid banana Sherbet. ���������������������������  To 'the juice nf two lemons and tho  pulp of two bananas add one quart  of milk and two cups of sugar.  i.'rec_e.  Bed and Green Salad.���������������������������Chooso  large, firm t. ma Iocs, one for each  person to be served. Scoop out thc  centers, and in t'he cups thus formed place asparagus tips arranged  in small sheaves. Put the tomatoes in the ice-chest until they aro  thc roughly cold, 'and serve on  crisp lettuce leave's with mayonnaise dressing, arranged either on  individual plates or in a salad dish.  I.hubarb Conserve.���������������������������Use five  pounds of rhubarb cut in small  pieces; pit. in a bowl,* cover with  five pounds of sugar, and let stand  overnight. Cut in small pieces ono  and one-half "pounds of figs; pour  bciling water over them when the  rhubarb is ready to use. Pour  water off again at once, add fig3  tu' the rhubarb, and grated rind  andjuie'e of one lemon".* Boil'about  one and one-half hours, until quite  thick.  Clove Cookies.���������������������������Mix onc level  teaspoonful of saleratus, one level  teaspoonful of salt, one-half level  teaspoonful of ginger, and two level teaspoonfuls of clove. "Mix ono  cupful of molasses, one tablespoonful of vinegar, one-fourth cup of  cold water and one-half cup of  melted drippings; add the dry ingredients, and stir in enough flour  t>) make a. soft dough, roll one-  fourth inch thick, and bake in a  hoc oven.  ' Chops .with Jelly Sauce.���������������������������Cut the  round of meat from each chop on a  loir, of lamb. With a. toothpick,  fasten a thin slice of bacon round  each piece of meat/ Cook in a  spider with no fat but that which  comes from the bacon. Serve on  rounds of toast, with a sauce made  of one glass of currant jelly, onc  dessertspoonful of vinegar and one-  lialf cup of vratciy. ca'ted.together.  Be sure "the sauce i3 served after  the meat reaches the table.  Real Scotch* Scones.���������������������������Level one  pound of flour in a- bowl; scoop a  hole in the ccnter\)f it, and put in  one teaspoonful of soda, onc toa-  spconful of cream of tartar and one  pint of buttermilk, or as much as  is needed to make the flour into the  consistency of common dough. Boll  this to the thickness of an inch : cut  oiib thc scones with a tumbler; lay  them on a griddle, which has been  heated and rubbed' with butter,  and keep turning them unitil they  are a rich brown on each side.  Khubarb Tarts.���������������������������Make a rich pastry of three cups of, flour, onc cup  of lard and one-half teaspoonful of  MADE IN CANADA  ���������������������������"_y-_"v*. '$<w.y. ..  a pineapple, cut in slices one-quar-  trr inch thick, weigh and allow half j salt, wilh enough ice-water to mix  =t_eir-\veight-oHugai'T^PitKn=a^ba*4if*-=Boll=and-cuHnto^tai _ si=.ind  sin. sprinkle sngar between slices  atiti let stand two days. Turn into  a preserving pan, simmer till pineapple looks clear, taking care not  to burn it. Next day dry slices in  a cool oven and when cold pack  in airtight tins with white paper  between each layer. Keep in a cool,  dry place.  I.aked -Pineapple.���������������������������Pare and core  pineapples, cnt in slices half an inch  thick. Fill some wide-mouthed  glass bottles with fruit, cover with  r*o!d syrup (made by boiling three  pounds of sugar a.nd two pints of  water for ten minutes), om-k bottles loosely and wrap in wisps of  hay. Place bottles on a large boiler, with enough water to reach tho  r.ecks, bring I. boiling point, boil  half an-.hour. Take bottles from  water, cork and seal securely.  FOR IfflLE BABIES AND  WELL GROWN CHILDREN  Baby'.; Own Tablets arc good f*  fill children, from the [cr*l)l_ baby  whose lifo seems to "nan  thread to the sturdy well  child whose digestive organs occasionally get out of order. Thc.c  Tablets promptly cure all stomach i  nnd bowel troubles and make, sickly, ailing children, well and strong;  Mrs. -JI. Greenfield, Kmbro, Ont,,  says:--"Baby's Own Tablets are a  wonderful medicine fur children. 1  j>ave uHivd them for several ycn.'s  and always keep them in the house  fur my little ones, going tu school,;'  Sold by medicine dealers or by mail  ai _j cents a box from. The L>r. Wi 1 -  Hams' Medicine Co,, Brockville,  One.  bake a light brown. Makc a rhubarb sauce of two cups of rhubarb,  washed and cut into inch pieces,  ar.d stewed slowly with sugar to  taste. When done fill thc tarts.  Make a boiled frosting as follows:  Onc cup of sugar and one-fourth of  a eiip of hot water, boiled until it  thickens���������������������������about eight minutes.  IVur ,.lowly-on-tho while-of an egg  which has been boa ten stiff. Put  ih*. frosting over the rhubarb filling, allowing an edge of tho sauce  tu show.  Ccloried Chicken.���������������������������Cook 'three  and one-h;:lf tablespoonfuls of bttt-  l-.r with one teaspoonful of finely  chopped onion until Ihe onion be-  fimnes yellow, stirring to prevent  bi'rning; add ono tnblcspoonfiil of  corn-.larch and stir until smooth,  then pour on gradually., while stirring constantly, one and one-half  cups of chicken stuck���������������������������the liquid in  which chicken ur fowl has been  cooked, liring to boiling-point, ami  add one-half tcafpoonful of lenion-  ji'.-cc. three-fourths teaspoonful oE  salt, a dash of paprika, one-half  by a-cud of celery cut in small pieces,  one and  one-half cups uf chopped  a  id  Of three wires of the same thiek-  _*.������������������, oT.a made of gold will sustain 15C pouads; one of copper ^0_  potu.ds. and one of iron D19 pounds.  0,-iir.kcn.   'Serve  hot on toast  garnish   with  celery  tops.  Indian Curry.���������������������������Cut intu squares  one. pound of meat���������������������������veal, mutton,  chicken fir duck���������������������������and stew it wilh  two ounces of raisins in a pint of  water until it is tender. Cut up  one large apple, and two large onions, and fry them with a quarter  of a pound of butter in a saucepan until brown; then stir in the  gravy from the mOat and raisins,  and boil for fifloeii minutes. Put  Lhc mixture through a sieve: return it to thc saucepan with the  meat and raisins; add a dessertspoonful of curry powder, the juice  of 'half a lemon, and a pinch of  salt, and boil for ten minutes.  Kervo very hob    with    dry, boiled  ',=.  Used in Canadian homes to produce  delicious horn e ���������������������������m&do bread, and a supply ia always included [in Sportsmen*'  and Campers' Outfits. Decline "  all imitations. They never  give satisfaction and cost just  as much'.  CAKES  MOST PERFECT MADE  E. W. CILLETT CO. LTD.  Winnipeg     Toronto, Ont.      Montreal  Awarded highest honors at oil  K������������������. ar Expositions.  WJl  >l  rice���������������������������not mixed with the curry, but  in a separate dish.  "   USEFUL HINTS.  Butter that is watery and not  well worked must never bc used  out w'i'th lea loaves; this will'inako  it perfectly clean and sweet smelling again.  Itusty knives can be cleaned by  soaking the blades in paraffin oil  and then rubbing them with finely  .powdered ashes.  - "  Burning oil is spread by water.  To extinguish it throw down flour,  sand or earth. The idea is to prevent the oil's spreading.  ' When ironing colored garments  avoid a very hot iron, as too great  heat tends to fade the colors. Iron  on t'he wrong side whenever possible.  Ilemembcr thht the shell of an  egg i.s porus and bacteria easily  pass through it. Keep eggs iu a.  cool  place  ar.d  keep (them  cover-  ^   Cure ?  ///  Warren, Out.  Feb. nth;  "I had a hor*e that  hart a Spavin" for  a  long time and J had  tried ������������������e_i It every kind of -Medicine  - when  a   neighbor  told   ms   to  use  Kendall's Spavin Cure, -which I did  aad If ������������������ete4 wonderfully."  M. ROSJiSTHAI*  Kendall's Spavin Cure i������������������ ao  untried experiment, hu t i* the world's  ���������������������������tasuiard remedy for all Swellings,  SofMiunche< ajjcl J,ai_ie..c_ in horse  and titan.  t.ed the world over for 40 years,  live ry farmer, stockman, expressman,   liveiy  ptoprietor   and   horse  owner    generally   shotiM   keep    il  always ou hand.  $1. a bottle���������������������������0 for $._    Ask yo:tr  dealer for free copy of our book "A  .Treatise Ou The Iforue"���������������������������or wiite ns  DR. B. J. KENDALL CO.   56  Eno. btirg Full*,    -    Verm oat.  cd.  When making fruit pics, damp  the edge of tho pastry witli milk.instead of water; it holds better,  and t8ie juice is not so liable to  boii over.  A little vaseline applied to stiff  leather boots will muke tlhem easy  and   comfortable.       Thc   vaseline  should be rubbed into the leather  with a, piece of-flannel.  For a delicalte child give nightlj  a warm both, followed by 3. gentle,  thorough rubbing with warm oliv������������������  o:l all <3vcr the body and limbs.  This simple, safe home treatment  works wonders if given a fair trial.  MAPLEINE  Savoring tii_d tha nn ������������������������������������������������������ luaan st  -     "rll  HapMna,  ��������������������������� >yn.p better tai  st iitaijlvlcg granulatad mg������������������r (a waUr  .ding. aplataj  green,  recipa I>ooJp:  a delidoai������������������  ��������������������������� mask.  If  H Ml MwTIOc let  _   Cm  pi* made I  il������������������_|ii'wU  st. bottle  '���������������������������__BlJ___ Co.. I.atOa, _r_fc  (N^AA I IVY f* A __!������������������-������������������ And Naabet. ol Jahable rre_iaas|  $Z\)\) liS tASn GIVEN AWAY FREE  L_.RA.PE_  NREOQA  UPMU  C_a7o_arr_n������������������8 tt_ above uli of Jumbled let_ri let. tb* Dimes of ������������������is w������������������U knowa frulti. tfto.yoflCI  thar* in the distribution of the ebovn prize. It Is notuy tiik. But by natlem* andp*nevertnc������������������r������������������u<aa I  probably mile* out ������������������ gr S of tliem. Ta lb9 yaztoa wbo can Bill* out ths Ur������������������e������������������k number w������������������ wul live tk������������������ ������������������uio or j  Ons HuDdrcil UalUn. To tha p.noa mikiuj out tb* *ec<_4 la _. t numb, _ tbe mm of Fifty Doll*.*. Ta ft* [  perioa making tha third terras, i-ua'-cr th* aum of Thirty Dolltif. To tha perion makluf tba fourth Urmt I  tmmtx-r tha *uia of Twos ty DolUn. Should two pariioD* isnil ������������������>n<r������������������n *qu_IIy cornet, th* Brit two prtt c* wid b* I  divided bstwe. n theza. (saclt rec .ring #75.00).' Should tbn* wud la*<iu������������������lly cornet aaiweta. the flnt three pr.ut I  wilt h*T������������������ ta ba divided, (each rsceltlng *. 00>. . Should four persom a*nd aqualty correct ������������������orweri, tb* whcl������������������ *um  or I.0D.M will b* equally di _d������������������d (e_S Mcelrloj ),.._).- and io on In Ilk* proportion*, provided they comply with  a alrapl* condition about wblcb w* will writ* a* toon a* *nawer* an nc*lv*d. Wo do Dot want _ cent of I  your money when you antwar thi* a-vertUement. If yuu cad ftadaay or U_ _*���������������������������������������������*, write ������������������t today I  encloting ataap for our reply. Do not delay. To help you w* hav* putanaik undar th* int latter I  otaicb ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.      *   Addreia, CANADIAN MEDICINE CO. Dapt, J3, Montreal. Que. '  Would You  Paint ?  Riffht at the starling point hare ������������������i.  care.     Many   unreliable   br_nd3 ,'are  1   offered.    .Whonver   uses . Uicai' pays*  for it.   You cannot afford  to loso.  '  RAMSAY'S  PAINTS  are   Hold   by   reliable   dealers,   only,  backed by'suarahtees and tbe makers '  'are r-_rK.__.iblo. You cannot get the .  -.stablishod -reputablt; quality in any..  otiiei' paints   and  you  pay  only   tbe  proper price-���������������������������not" loo* high  and  not,  too-low, knoi. n in  Canada for over'  aixty   years.   Write   for  our  booklet  "W" * on   liou.su    painting.    It    will  help you.   Il is handsome.  A..RAMSAY ii SON CO.,  __tal_i.l_.il ist2,  Th������������������ Paint Makers, Montreal  ���������������������������  - .  _*  C&.  y/J  FAIRBANKS - MORSE  Gaso I in e E ngi n e s  l/i"  fahshness  Spending hundreds of dollars in  building u sp!uii<lid home or bnra  and tlit-n deliberately allow it to  suffer for paint.  Martin-Senou.  Paint  ���������������������������___���������������������������_���������������������������__������������������___������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������____K________K__ H__t________M  100o/0 Pure, Preserve*  It feeiis the hunKry open pore* of tha  .ood wilh puro linseed oil, lead and  zinc���������������������������m..!:ini������������������ the mirfaco nbaolulely  impervious to climatic chan^ea.  It ������������������_.!��������������������������������������������� w(y������������������i from danuu-ess���������������������������1_������������������-  Vsr.ts it from . iilittin_r< crackinff, from  (tun and f roit, blistering, boat and blov-  i_X dust, whicli heir* tho j>roce������������������it������������������s of  decay Jind ruin. CrXid puro paint buys  mo. thr.r. J00 cents worth of in.._r_nc-2  aKainst tin.'r-svascB of lime.  Tho InKrctlicnts of _ puro paint r.re  wfcll kno'.n. In tho main they are Carbonate of Load, Oxide cf Zinc euro  Color������������������. well _round by Bpccially pdapt-  ed macbiiiery. and thinned with puro  linseed oil and .mrc turpentine dryer.  A buiJdiiic ownor_who failu to rocoir-  nise ihn grtut Imparlance cf electing the  illlti taint, will sec his property Vrtiu".  iiec_:i.*i v.-hili bu rrov.s atrtd and  pi .vi .i won';lerh;_r why.  N<itify us if your dealer cannot r.up-  p!y you, we'll i_lad!y direct you where  cur paints can Iks had.  r"t.u. Refuse All SnbsiHute.fi  ������������������\.       Illustrated lyx)klet,  ,.������������������-   "Home  Beautiful,"  ?<,    and   intoresting  sty-yxb     color card   Frsa  ffiwfo     for tho asking.  '^ Tbe Martin-SenosrCo.  Montreal  Pionsert Pure Pxinl  s_r������������������;__5as  S17AIS 2, 2, 4i 6 H.P.  SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR GENERAL  FARM   WORK.  They are so simple lhat thc average farm  hand can run them, and are practically Fool  Proof and Frost Proof. Send to-day for  .catalog-tic_G.Ii._i02, W.P. CO., showing, full,  line of engines for farm use. Il means  money saved for you.  TERMS���������������������������Special  Terms to  Farmer*.  The   C*N*DIAH   F. IRBAHK5  COMPANy,   Limited,   MO. TR_. L  ���������������������������ranoh������������������i:-Tcrcnt������������������,   St. John,  N.B., V/lnnlpeg, Calvary, Vaneouvtr  >'1MI-  XDUI.1C.SS_  5h__y BUTTER SEPARATOR  It Eeparntefi bu.Mi-r from "wcot milli iu  one operaUon, witlioiit ci'eiiniiiij; in* elitiiu-  ing, aud loaves ihj remaining milk perfectly   sweet.  Easy Running  No Chemicals  No Cog-Whoola  Doc. work of cream separator uud  rburii in one opnrattoii. Quick operating. Butter the best. Butttr keep, bettor,   Kasily cleaned.  .Child t.welve .rear* old can oiicr������������������t������������������ iW  Separator can be v.,'_������������������h_d cl������������������������������������a in on*  half tninuto. Seporate������������������ butte. from sptojj  eullon.. of sweet milk in fl������������������������������������ to elfbl  minutes after n little practics. Sarei  tin. c'.qunrlerfi labnr of butter mnktnir-  It also K'.pnriites butter fi'om sonv mil .,  sour cream or sweet crsarn in on*  operation.  Prioo   $38.OO  SPECIAL DISCOUNT allowed to partle*  fttli.re wo have no Air������������������nt) an*werlnf  tliis  adverti!-.. ment.   Ask   for  llooklc.  X-G.  THE JOSHUA BROWN CO.  Dusk  IA  '4  t^S^  PEMBr_OK������������������, ONT..  -;jr_-| THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 21, l9iu  Children's Red  Oxfords, Reg$1.25 85c  Children's White Canvas  Oxfords, reg. $1.50, jj^OQ  Regular $1.25   7QC  Wheeler & Evans  City Meat Market  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt   attention.  Private   Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs; stylish drivers; new harness; everything up-to-date and  well-kept. When you wish a rig  for a Sunday drive, speak for it,  early, as my finest turn-outs are  usually spoken for in advance.  A. L. Matthews  Cliff Street Enderby  Farm  ements  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  ?2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising: Rates; Transient, 50c an. inch first  insertion, 2nc each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1 an inoli i.er.month:  Lef.  1 Notices:   10c a line first insertion;  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Local*: 10c a line.  6c a line  JULY 21,   1910  POLICING ENDERBY  Thc policing of Enderby is a matter  which has occasioned no little (lis- j  cussion in and out of ofiicial circles.  It has been the policy ot the City  Council to take upon itself this authority, when by law, it is the duty  of the Police Commissioners to handle it. And the City has contented  itself with contributing $15 a month  to the Provincial Constable resident  here, as a sort of a sop-to induce  him to do police duty when he is  not otherwise engaged on provincial  police work. The arrangement has  never been satisfactory, either to the  department of ' provincial police'or  the city of Enderby. But it is still  persisted in. When Basil Gardom���������������������������  one of the best officers in the provincial police work���������������������������was stationed here,  the department frequently questioned  the policy of the City, and objected  to the arrangement. Mr. Price, who  succeeds Mr. Gardom, is attempting  to fill the dual position with no better results. Constable Price is away  on provincial policy work most of  the time, and is never in a position  to say what he can do or when he  can do it, for the reason that his  time belongs to the provincial police  department, and not to the city of  Enderby. For this reason, whenever  an arrest is made in Enderby, Robt.  Bailey has to bc sworn in as special  officer to do the*work.  The City fathers believe this is one  of the economies it is necessary to  practice, and some of our ratepayers  believe so, too.   But is it economy ?  Wm. H. Hutchison  BNDERBY  I have two carloads of Buggies,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows and  Harrows,  Discs,   Feeders,  Etc.,  JUST   RECEIVED. Can give Isn,t it rather a spigot-saving bung  terms on any of these, and want I hole-losing   proposition ?   Would   it  you to Call and inspect them. |not be ^iser   to   have    a city police  officer,  as  is customary in all  incorporated towns -in   the province���������������������������one  independent of   the provincial office ?  Enderby, as an incorporated city, has  duties to perform, and this is*onc of  them.   It    would    mean an infinitely  better observance   of   our municipal  laws, and would do away with much  ^ j of the friction occasioned by the lax  $ J enforcement of" these laws.   It would  Jr" 'also enable   the   city   to put men to  <������������������> | work on the   streets   in   payment of  & [ fines imposed   by   the magistrate as  :ptfhishment for misdemeanors.  _>  !  i  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  were a few changes in constituencies,  but the government will have about  the same majority as they had in the  last house.     The parties, now stand:  28 Conservatives and 13 Liberals.  One does not have to go back of the  man and his policy to find the cause  of this new   victory   for the Roblin  government.   It has been  a courageous government.   It has never evaded  prompt decision   and    prompt action  in any matter affecting the welfare of  the    province.    Mr.    Roblin  and his  government are   popular not only in  their   own    home���������������������������not only in Mani-  jtoba���������������������������but    throughout   Western Can-  ! ada.   Premier   Roblin is popular because he is not a popularity hunter.  Thc man who. seeks to please everybody never succeeds in pleasing anybody, and it is the same with a government.   The Roblin government has  endeavored   to   carry    out   what   is  right, and in so   doing has won the  admiration and confidence of the people  of    Manitoba.     As    an  admiring,  writer has   said,   "Let R. P. Roblin  once be   convinced   that   a   thing is  right and he will drive it through or  break himself   in   thc   process."   In  many respects the Roblin government  is similar to the McBride government  and Premier Roblin enjoys the confidence of the electors much the same  as Premier   McBride   enjoys the confidence of the electors of British Columbia, and for reasons very similar.  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  f  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  a ���������������������������--��������������������������� Comfortable and Commo-  f dious Stabling for teams.  <*>  t  f  g> Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and   Tourists in-  i, vited to give ub a trial.   REAPING THE   WHIRLWIND.  !  Under this   caption   the Amrstrong  Advertiser    makes   this worthy suggestion:    "Let the blame rest where  it will, but   it    is time that a halt  : was  called  in  the exceedingly bitter  | controversy    oy_er__t_e__ear.Iy. ..closing.  l^/./.^^^^^^^^^^xs^^lf^o^ment.    It    should   be  distinctly   - ���������������������������   borne in mind that a man is entitled  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, A to 5  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  (.lire: ("or. ClilT nnd C,...;. Sts. KNDRRRY  w,  E. BANTON,  ; to his opinion, and if he signs a pe-  : ti tion for or against the movement  it is distinctly his own business, and  ! no one lias the least right to call  him down for it. We cannot all see  alike, it was never intended we  should.   Wiser counsel should prevail  'and  Armstrong settle down" to sane-  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block. Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  FRED. H. HAKNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodpre No. 40  Regular' meetinp. first  Thursday on or after the  full moon nt S p. ni. in Oddfellows Hall. ViaitinR  brethren cordinlly  invited.  J. C. METCALF            Secretary   ���������������������������  I.O.O.F.  Eureka Lodge. No. ������������������0  Meets every Tuesday  evening at 8 o'clock, in 1. O.  O..P. hall,  Metcalf block.    Vi .ting brothers ul-  waya    welcome.    J.   A.  McMorland,  N. G..  A.  ReeveH, Sec'y, E. J, Mack, TY������������������ra...  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening:  in K. of I'. IIa.ll. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  J. N.GRANT,, C.C.  C.E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  K. of P. Hall Is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainment.. For rates, etc., apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE, M. E., Enderby  ness once more."  Armstrong, it would seem, is experiencing thc same bitterness between  man and man as has been experienced  in every community since the world  began, where one element in the community has attempted to dictate what  the other element should or should  not do. In the case at point, it is  tlie result of the people who never  patronize the hotels attempting to  dictate what the hotels shall do in  the way of affording accommodation  to the people who do patronize them.  It is the same old story, and the  outcome will be the same old squabble, and when it is over the community will have the same old laugh at  itself for permitting such folly and  such bigotry to disturb its equipoise.  Uniform  Grades  AND GOOD MILL WORK-  in lumber will  Reduce the Cost of  Building your  Home  more than BAD lumber at  cheaper prices. First Cost  is by no means the final cost.  Figure it out and you will  buy your lumber of���������������������������  A.R.Rogers Lumber  Company, Ltd.  you  Buy, Sell or  Trade  MANITOBA ELECTIONS  The Roblin government has been  returned to power in Manitoba. This  is a signal victory for good government and a distinct tribute to the  good sense and appreciation of the  electors of Manitoba. In the elections held  there    on   the 12th, there  A FARM  ...A. FRUIT..LOT   A HOUSE  A BUSINESS LOT  or A BUSINESS  I havc them at Mara, Enderby,  Vernon, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to me.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  Eldern������������������ll Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L.  MATTHEWS.  A Good Line  FOR   EVERYBODY  Fop Sale Evepywh _pe  <&������������������)<S>_><3*_>3*?><^^  (���������������������������)  ' (���������������������������)  I Everyone from the Northwest and|  I    Eastern Canada knows the high   I  quality of the Winnipeg        f  I  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..  If QUALITY means anything to you  1 you will appreciate this opportunity!  I to get the BEST.  Eowat's English  Pickles, 15c bottle  <$<$>$*$^ _*������������������^>4>$^_^>$^>_xf^<^ ^<$><$*$><$*$>^<j>_x$_^^  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  _________________ '���������������������������-���������������������������-j^^^jxsk^������������������^^  Bank of Montreal  K*tabl_h������������������4 IMT  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary Preaident, Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCO. A. MOUNT ROYAL. G. C M Ct  President, Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K, C. Mt Q. '  Vie.-Pr_i_ent_nd General Manager,   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Offiee, 46-47. Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT BSff^SAr*  .     ?r _?������������������_,__l_U__;_.   _?" Di.!_trict: End . b.    A_n.ti.nir, Y������������������rno_. Krf.wn_and _.uim__iM_l  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq., M_nmt.r. Vernon A, B. TAYLOR, Manager. Ebde-by  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 Ledr e.)  King Edward Hotel, pp_.,g_t0.URPHY Enderby  H   A   Y  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.  __ /  ,p  Thursday, July 21, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ��������������������������� We carry in stock  Standard Manila  Binder  Twine  PRICES  In 600-lb lots or more, of 550-ft..  $11.40 per 100 lbs.  In 600-lb. -lots or more, of 500-ft.  $11.15 per 100 lbs.  In any quantity at 12c and 12*c  per pound.  Second Annual Fruit  and Vegetable Show a Success  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 arid Fishing Tackle.  Our stock of Ammunition is  complete.  The 1900 Water Motor,1 WasherI        ---_   -~ -.-  6v���������������������������au, 6lWD  and Wringer, Price $40.   This here- " js, h6wever, a most prolific  machine is  absolutely guaran- bearer, and for preserves and jellies  teed; you do not have to keep  it if it is not satisfactory.  Estimates. given on, Plumbing  systems, Hot Water and Hot  Air Heating Plants.  The ladies of St. George's Guild are  to be congratulated on the great success attending the second annual  show of flowers, fruits and vegetables  which was held last Thursday afternoon ancl evening on the home ground  of Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Moffet. It was  a most enjoyable affair, judged from  every view-point, and the proceeds  amounted to more than $100.00.  If there was onc feature disappointing in any way,   it   was the lack of  competition in many of the displays.  But on the whole, the show was very  creditable as   a   Guild affair.    As a  town or district   affair, showing the  possibilities of our orchards and berry patches, and vegetable gardens, it  would   fall   flat,   owing . to"  the few  exhibitors.   It was, however','a good  exhibition, and   gives,   great promise  of future big things, when the proposition is better understood and more  generally supported.  Mr: P. Waby was debarred from the  prize competitions, because he was a  "professional" gardener, but this fact  did not deter   him   from assisting in  making the affair the success it was.  He had   a   representative   exhibit of  vegetables   that   would   be   hard to  beat, including. 4 varieties of lettuce,'  5,   vegetable   marrows,   2   telegraph  cucumbers,    potatoes,    beans,   peas,  spinach, raddishes, and cabbage. The  potatoes   shown   by   Mr.  Waby   are  of his own- culture, and he has named  them, The Pride of the-Valley.   They  were magnificent specimens.   His cabbages showed a 7-inch heart.  The display of   raspberries was exceptionally good.   The box of winners  would have been    winners" anywhere.  They were   grown   by S. Teece, and-  were packed  uniformly, presenting a  very    attractive . appearance.       The  berries shown by other exhibitors in  this department were also far.above  the average, but' there   was not the  care shown in.preparing them for exhibit.     The display of red and* black  currants, was also good, and that of  Logan berries by H.,Greyell deserved  all the high praise bestowed ,upon it.  This berry   is   not   generally grown  Moffet for the use of their beautiful  grounds, and also for many other  courtesies in connection with the  show. Also the ladies and gentlemen  who acted as judges, and especially  Mr. Waby for his valuable information regarding the, giving of prizes.  Also all those who helped towards  Ithe prizes.  Mr. Peel generously gave a bill to  the ladies to entertain the children  present, which they enjoyed both  afternoon and evening.  Even Mr. Waby was surprised at  the showing of raspberries made by  Mr. Teece. .  ��������������������������� Miss Hazel   Rosoman's layer cake  came in for a great deal of praise.  Madam Shueswan's palmistry tent  was a very popular feature throughout the evening.  When'Mr. Moffet "finished throwing  there wasn't much, left of Aunt Sally  and her meerschaum.  The splendid music-furnished by the  band was the feature of the evening.  The selections were greatly enjoyed  by everybody.  When the national anthem had been  played there was the selling of the  left-overs.- It was like the story of  the loaves anf fishes, and Ed. Mack  'handled it very cleverly.  is th. time to Secure a  Home io the Choicest  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. '  fw_ C1fari?������������������ and slashing now being done,  leaving the ornamental  trees standing, making it park-like. ������������������neiiuu  Terms are such as to make it within reach of any person desiring to secure a home m the most healthy and picturesque suburb of  For further particulars and list of properties,' apply to- '   "  '  H. W. HARVEY  ENDERBY GRINDROD  Regatta No. 2  Tfiis Promises to be a Great Event  . -      -     -      -     ���������������������������     -*    ���������������������������    ���������������������������    ���������������������������  .���������������������������V���������������������������1  .;: Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese ,  White and Partridge Wyandottes  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^contfaiet^foT  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  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 out  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  AU kinds ot Tin and Zino Art. ies Repared  Rear Evans Blk Bnderby  RE-BUILT TYPEWRITERS FOR  SALE���������������������������At immensely reduced prices,  we are offering all makes of re-built  standard typewriters for sale. These  machines are in perfect condition,  having been re-built in our own workshop, by the most expert workmen in  the city. Send for price list. The  Oliver Typewriter Agency, 321 Homer  St., Vancouver, B.   ... P.O. Box 1481.  it is .unsurpassed  The display of flowers and .plants,  while not as large as it.should have  been,.was in quality the best.. Everybody admired the display of'home  plants, .and "especially the geranium,  made - by Mrs." Jas." Evans. Her  potted geranium would be a prizewinner in any show.". Mrs.'Collin's  cut flowers were also very fine!  The department for the boys and  girls was also an attractive feature,  especially' in. cookery.  Following are   the    prize  winners:  . Berries���������������������������Raspbe___es: 1st,  S. Teece;  2nd,  A.    Collin.   Red   Currants���������������������������1st,  Mr. Huffman; 2nd, Mr. Gibbs.   Black  Currants: 1st,   A.   Collin;    2nd, Mr.  Huffman ._=Black-Gaps:-=Mrsf-Greyellr  Vegetables���������������������������Potatoes: 1st, Mr. Sutcliffe; 2nd,    Mr.   Huffman.   Peas: Mr.  Gibbs.   French     Beans:     Mr.     Rice.  Carrots:   1st,    A.   Collin;    2nd, " Mr.  Huffman.   Best colleption: Mr. Waby.  Flowers-Sweet Peas: Mrs. J.Leech-  Porter.    Best collection garden flowers: 1st, Mrs. Collin; 2nd, Miss Gibbs  Best bunch Roses: lst,_Mr. Huffman;  2nd, Mr. Folkard.   Best collection of  plants:   1st,    Mrs.   Jas. Evans; 2nd,  Mr. Huffman.   Best potted Geranium:  Mrs.    Jas.    Evans.      Three choicest  Roses: Mr. Huffman.  Competitions��������������������������� Best article made  not costing more than 10c: Miss H.  Rosoman; best article made from  Moffet's Best flour sack, Mrs. Harvey; best article made from one or  two handkerchiefs: Mrs. Sewell; best  paper hat, no ribbon, no lace, Miss  Daisy Sewell. Drawing of Mayor  Bell, A. Teece; drawing of dog, A.  Collin.  Cooking���������������������������Best fruit cake, Mrs. J.  Leech-Porter; best iced layer cake,  1st, Miss H. Rosoman; 2nd, Miss E.  Bell; best glass of jelly, Miss E.Bell;  best loaf white bread made from  Moffe'ts Best, Miss H. Rosoman; loaf  brown bread from Moffet's flour,Miss  H. Rosoman.        '  Judges: Mrs. G. Bell, Mrs. Salt,  Mrs. Lemke, Mrs. Reeves, Mrs. Sutcliffe, and Miss Gibbs; Mr. Waby and  Mr. Peel.  On Thursday, July 28th, 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.  The charming lake trip'on the C.P.R. 's  palatial steamer "Okanagan" is one of  the big attractions for the day. The  management have the''idea that the  people between the Lake.and Sicamous  Junction should be afforded at least one  cheap excursion down the- lake each  year, and they propose to furnish that  excursion, as well as a bright, snappy  five-hours' entertainment at the Naramata end that will be pleasing to all.  WAR CANOE RACES  The greatest excitement was created  last year by the splendid War Canoe  races. The same tremendous enthusiasm was. manifested at the opening  Regatta on June 23rd, and everything  points to these great races reaching the  high-water mark on July 28th.  LIFE-SAVING   CREWS  Another   of   the    most  spectacular  events of  the   day   will   be the great  struggle'be twe_rf t_TI_ f ?S avingcrews  >.s.   "Okana_ an "   g.s  -   Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  *_?__?'~#A feW S- C" W-hite Leghorns  and White Wyandotte cockerels  ior sale, irom same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL. Prop. Enderby, B.C.  t  i  MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies ���������������������������  A Life Insurance policy in the Royal Insurance Co  _______"* *%*" iB a VBluobleasset     A plain,   '  ���������������������������_____ htf_n?ard  fontraet'Uavingno room for  ~  ooubt aa to its value.  jRie Liverpool & London & Globe In_. Co. -  Tlie Pheanlx Insurance Co. of London.  -  ffc_t_h America Aa_ ranee Co. --          '-'-'.  Royal InewranceCoof Liverpool (Life dept)  The London A Lancashire Guarantee tt'  .    , AceMmt Co., of Canada.    '.    BELL BLOCK, BNDERBY  The ladies of    St.    George's Guild  wish especially to thank Mr. and Mrs  of the b.s. "Okanagan," s.s. "Aberdeen" and s.s. "York" for the Robinson cup. The crew of the Aberdeen  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 bc  pitted against the  best team the north  end of the Valley  can muster,   and   the  winners   of the  game will be considered the champions  of the Valley for the season.  The probabilities are that it   will be Penticton  vs. Enderby.     This match is timed for  4 p. m.  LOTS OF GOOD MUSIC  The Summerland Brass and* Reed  Band has been engaged for the day, and  the Vernon Band is expected also. The  very best of band music will, theretore,  flow abundantly.  Sailing Races. Motor Races, Canoe  Races, Skiff Races, Swimming Races,  and all sorts of Novelty Stunts in the  water.  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheanp..  material for a substantia house. Cool in summer; warm in wfnter: a. .2 rS  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance. moit  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  Pa says: Keep your mind upon the one thought, that  Enderby can be made the most beautiful, clean, prosperous  home centre in America-and work for it.   It will come " . ���������;������������������-.     *��������� *-. _.  i-���������<-f>-_i-   _..%"-lV;*^^,"_!*-^ "��������� V'",;-^'*"':.._''';.
. . .  . ..,-:^v ^v;..^^?^^^^^;. a'_ __���������.���������>_.:���������
LONG  BEAT OV 1.1.   .,'.47  .MILKS
of wain:it.  .ss.
I! '\v    Inspector    P.Holier,  of    Iho
>". \S. .!. J*., Spoil.   Nino
.Months iii A .Hie.
orod with them, and at a dozen or
mere places'where the lake was
frozen a- half to a. mile wide solid
columns, of door four or live abreast
were swimming across and so
clcsely that wa did nofc like to ven-
tiue through them -for fear of gob-
tint1, into somo. mix-up."
The Inspector continues:���������
"Thc worst feat/ire of .a lung
journey like, this (we were forty-
three days) in  a country whore no
  fuel is lo bo jirncured is tho abso-
Iu to impossibility of drving clothes,
prnceman    with a  heat o.ii..-j |)(!<Wi,1Ri  ot.c,    The  moisture   from
a  wll,|,,|'M,-s-s   tbe  body   accumulates, ..nd    Uieve
��������� ii  nn  means to   dry   clothing
���������u-.il.!1 long through
tha'. yielded only L������.������ canoes and
o.c-i ice fields pas-sable only wilh
do. tenuis iind sledges���������that in effect was Inspector K. A. .Pellctier,
of ch.; I.oyul N'orth-Wost .Mounted
Police, who, with Corpora! M. A.
Joyce- and Constables 1.1. II. Wal-
kei and I*. Pi. Conway spent nine
months of 1908 and 1009 in traversing tho top of the continent to re-
uflirra Canadian jurisdiotiou over
that urea and report ou a feasible
i*i :. e from Hudson Ray tu the _l.ac-
].������Mtzi. River.
The story oi their performance is
_ r_.it.al of simple pluck and exploring skill, a- matter of fact carrying out of orders without- the
lure of n  prize liko thc Polo.
While the Jloyal North-West
Mcunfccd Police is everywhere accented as probably the last word
in po/ico efficiency, the popular conception in the United States of the
individual unit of t-bi.s corps is a
trrnlj uniformed "'Tommy Atkins"
sort of mounted soldier, giving attention to tho suppression of bad
men and "gun fighters," and protecting the settlers from violence.
Ali th_t the police do, but more.
por.rci. duti. s.
They are thrown out far ahead
oi the northward advancing line of
settlement. Wheu      civilization
catches up with their outposts they
move "on.
Not many years ago the southern portion of Manitoba. Alberta,
ar.d Saskatchewan were distant
ficidft even  for the police.
Sinco Captain Bernier, a Canadian explorer, discovered coal jn
Melville Island tlio police-are push-
in;, a. patrol in that direction. It
tiie. coal i������ workable and settlement
get rid of it in any way. and every
day se.s it harder to put on in the
morning and the bed harder to got
in... a-t night, until both bedding
and clothing becomes as stiff as a
board from the ice. It is a vcry
m,inviting task and disagreeable
procedure getting into an icy bed
at night, and the. same thing in the
morning getting into icy clothes.
Sleeping with one's clothing on
only make a matters worse."
Gales sometimes sprang up   and
There, i.s no    Limit to (he Size   or
Feeding  Value of Ihe V_Billables ami Grain.
What thc farmer can do in tho
way of giving size and "variety to
native stock was seldom jnoro
stiikingly shown ' than in a collection   of cabbages  shown   .he- other
da., by some members of a great
(inn, says the London Mail. A
convincing walking stick carried by
one member of the firm was made
out of the stem of a cabbage. What
appeared a fountain of leaves falling from a four-foot- stem, represented another cabbage. A long
le_ved. graceful heart's tongue
forr. appeared on inspection to be
a third variety. One cabbage is iu
guise of a turnip, and others mimic
rendered perilous the- navigation ot   .      ,.        . '     ,      ��������� ii,_i i- k
. i     ,.__.,    ' _     _    ?. i in  their colored and  crmlcJeci toli-
tiie little canoes, each of winch car-j        ,.    .   ..  . .        r   , ...,.,.._.._...,.i
.   .   , ' ���������-.-,.  , .     j. ��������� i .   age that division ot plants genei*al-
ried   two  men.     Night  att-er night i   "        ,   . , .'. ,���������,,.���������_������_.._
. . 1,1       .   ���������    .__    Iv used for    decorating    purposes.
(���������__    on i ii    ,_n..<.    c   nun    ��������� _.__._    .til !_#__-       ���������' ^       *���������  .  - '   .
tne rain made sleep almost impos
sible and forbade fire for thc preparation of cooked food.    Thrilling j
work camo when the voyagers, shot
the rapids in the swift rivers connecting thc lakes.
Tne different, sorts, wedded to
gctlier, combine useful as well as
c'.covativc purposes; the savoy or
the cabbage grows as readily ou a
stalk thick with sprouts as any bar-
rot.', or walking stick .stem.
J.HCiU<:.\T.L_l_   PI-ANTS.
Tho     hybridists . have    already
Another   Wonderful    Cure   By   That
Wonderful Fruit. Medicino
"Frill i-a-U ves."
Mr. Malliins Dory, of 225 Church
street,' Ottawa, Qui., wa.s treated i'or
yen::, by physicians ior Painful Dyspepsia, Ilo spent so much money for
doctor's inodictnes without setting
much relief that he had about made
up hio mind that his case was hopeless.
Seeing- "Frutt-a-tivcs" advertised,
however, Mr. Dory thought ho would
invest f>0c iti a box of these wonderful
fruit juice tablets.
And this famous fruit medicino did
for air. Dcry what all thu doctors
could not do���������it cured him.
He writes:���������"Frutt-a-tivcs" positively cured me of severe Dyspepsia when
physicians failed to reliovo me."
"Frult-a-live.." makes the stomach
sweet and clean, insures sound digestion and regulates bowels, kidneys and
r>0e a box, C for $2.i.0. or trial box.
2f>c���������al all dealers, or from Fruit-a-
tives, .Limited, Ottawa.
Loudon Solicitor Refuses to he Paid greatly extended our range of table
vegetables, at- certain periods of the
i'or His Advice.
_ v
------ CJ ���������    ^
pet pie of south-east Loudon during
the last six: months without accepfc-
j ii.j'- a farthing in fees.
or  prohwiciiu* Lhat   Arctic  neigh-!  TliC'iioonimu's   lawyer^ was  lis-
borhood'.is forthcoming,   the  police i Ut,"u������  "',Ul   VrT^l0^  ;l ;Um!������"
-,i ii .   ]       ii f  ���������      ��������� t'> a sad stoi'v o   a husband s cool-
wi<h  a well-ordered svstem ot  ]us-1    ,     ;..     .      *,   , ,   ,
led  aticction,   told. by a v
v__r. The recreated plants are
The average man has never heard j'h....-.Her, and their seasons begin
of a lawyer for poor men. To his j (.ari[cr anc[ clul ]ater than former-
mind, the word lawyer conjures up! j.. jn (jovcnt Garden market at
tbe word '''fee," and is one which | t"he J)rescl,t time, you may purchase
shi.-uld form part of thc vocabulary j ,.cv, potatoes, green peas, spinach,
of the rich only. | beans asparagus,    artichokes,    en-
l.ut a. man has been discovered, j ^IVC3i lettuces, radishes and other
a solicitor, who_ absolutely refuses j ^.^ (-.bings wliich not many years
to be paid for his advice. He is to j :;���������., wei>6 .,]mos(, U)..kno\vn in this"
ho consulted at the St. George's j (;0l.nfcry in the month of. February,
hall, Old Kent road, London, ling-; ������-lue> [,jiesc veg;elable.s mainly como
lar.d. every Thursday evening, and, |\.( m' vn0l.ft sout[_eriy clinics, where
it-is his just boast that he has giv-|^(;v   ttl.e   [0rced ;' but the hardiest
... ^ftji
en GOO legal  answers   to   thc poor  ni;,ul;s arc necessai'v for midwmtei
lice will.be    ou  the    ground Jirst. i!
Only once were the polk
forcing. .At thc same time, so m
a I'd increasing attention is being
given now to tho science of hybridization tliat we may look forward
to winters when all kinds of homo-
n  vegetable's and many  fruits
ncs3 have done much splendid scientific work on the most diflicult
c'ass of stock. When it is reckoned how long a tree, takes to grow
from seed and in its turn to produce fruit, it will be realized what
persistent, continuous work handed on from father tb son was necessary before tho quantity of ncc-
taiitio peaches was fixed aud multiplied. Like success has been
tu'ado with other fruits, such as figs
and grapes: and nuts.
It is of the best omen for the
production of the giant and succu-
le:"f and hardy vegetable that a
special horticultural institute has
been just now endowed and will
be presided over by the pioneer and
aichpricst of tlie M.cndelian art in
this country
Juive no place in pictures of smart j,  am as' -   -.     ,     ..        . ���������.       , .       ,
,qm.,i.;   _nd   trim ^barracks      _itli   l_^vcr        A"<i after giving n.s ad-
_l._c_    (he    public    arc    fiuniliar.   V*10 un^ * ������������w coinforlins words in
I.>__i_!   Boone,   rather   than  -Tom-! ^ Bcntlcsb and yet the most btisi-
m; Ai.kir,H/'  in  represented  bv tho i n^llke to'ics,:      ^od night. ,__nd
far-fiuTi" ontposts of the police. al-iluJ;hc llf'xL Pleilf'      ,.<M
- -    . ' - -' - i    m.,_.. ,.o..,_ ., bent little old
especially in England. In other
countries���������France i_ an exception���������
most of the work is done at colleges
Vv government or endowed men of
science, itrnong whom Mr. l.Jui-l>aiik j jU!l.,c<i q{1i'[he morgue.   Ifc'l
n    Eng-
the be.  I
is now  to be  r
land one may say that a
work has been  done by
Thc Mendelians at Cambridge, now
ifbmi tr-tn==j.ho wHjhe^uo w=-whca ts-iit
tlioutrh perhaps it would be more! lho" c;a!!^ ra bo������l ������^lo old wn-
appropriHte to compare- the inspee-iTlia" st���������\&hl hom th������ deptas ot the
tc and his men with the earlv .ov- ^���������"O'lndrnp set ot slimmom who
a fl,.t '      '     asked  in   piteous    tones  what  slie
'should do to obtain thc sustenance
A_ I)JllT',j_C,l7LT TUN'.   _    j lately provided by hcr son,  a. sail-
... il7;:"7TprlF^Hi^t1iii^,'o^V\"aTa_a-ht^===^
lh^ pa.rol bc.rran at- Port ..as-, ,.���������,, ������������������,, .,|j ,ho <:ascs ., re s0 SiK|
k.-.r.h-waii^a.id j)rocec<led n-ft ������-i.,.. this ���������."c. yom0 ��������������� the stories
vanl, lartly by sK-amcr and partly j m.lkfi> uMR smi]c .IS clid L|,at of a lit-
by i-ano..'. to (,roMt Stave La_e. , IU. mC(>(Ci r(,spccubh. looking man,
fi. iriM.fr !ae siiore^ ol this Srcat!^;, <l(U.ns $10 ., w(1(.ki o;in-iod it
b,dy <,f ^|.t.'r in canoes Ine travel- ; home dllLifu||y {o his wif0 ���������VCry
er- turn-a their eon.^c almost cast ��������� s.,tui.t|jl n<)UM .111(| v,;iS: rewarded
t.-v.. id Hudson bay and mad,' their' _;.,, ;U1' H||UWfin(.t. 0[' f(l,,d inade--
v.a;    I,,   river and   lake,   .vith m������iiy;f(li,lle to |.C(.p (.vi.n (.|u. l!il)nf, 0f |,|s
ittle    ""existence       burning- '|������|,c. speeialists  themselves  are be
-poriatre-S- th rough alui'*.._  unbroki-u
v.ild.njc^ affliHed will, .he insert j j",'iL:'lj1.1 x."^'Vriif- poor man
j..-^ -or wlueh tin- north woods! ,.,.^^1 himself beaten,
a*- i. r,<iriuus. lln: pai*l\ ^^.���������lv^ dm'
lln' i.-"t. 'i;iy of Aiigu>l oil lh'1
*-li* i ������������������ i-f II ud'-<iii Hay. li arrived
ih I.- on S<'pi, I, with il.. <*.vp*-(*la-
tii.f  id .'netiij;   abh'  | ���������.������  lay  asid'V the
public, arc the chief exception, and
the National Vegetable Society,
recently organized, may foster similar work. Arguing from such an
example as this of thc cabbages,
one may _uy that there is no limit
to the size or feeding value of the
vegetables aud grain that may be
created by thc scientific hybridider.
PAIS 18 .MOlifil'l'. 1)0031 I'll).
lhc Kruc.t.iu** Hnildiiig In be Torn
>  Down.
One of thc best kuowu "sights"
of .'Paris  is  doomed.    One had "__ 1���������
most said the most famous "''sight"
of the worid, for the .Paris Morgue
io known the world over. It is cou-
trclled by {he L>opartmeutal Gouu-
j. \ii of the Seine, and at the last
meeting of the year this body decided to pull down the present
siiabb- squat little building and
replace it, on another site in the
neighborhood, with a mortuary of
more  modern   type.
There are a very few visitors to
Paris who ean boast that they never
ies behind the Cathedral of Notre Dame,
ai-.d in it arc exposed the bodies of
ali unknown persons who havc perished in the river or met with some
ether sudden or unexplained death.
Ctdoss _thc bod_ies_ _aro_ previously
c I a ime.d, they are placed ~iu a rc-
frigerator and are afterwards exposed, frozen, on the marble slabs
of the "sallc d' exposition,''' which
is kept at a temperature of 'in de-
vahr,    Those  who are seek-
ost  relatives or  friends    may
The Glasgow   Chief  Constable  in
a  ieport  issued
paddle a i;d
(Irrv   from
ea-e     ������������������alloii-*-',d   shou
lie   poj-iii^i'.     lint    the
recently coinmonts
upon the remarkable increase of
sobriety  i,n   the    city.      Apprehen-
ciers  trom   lite   poring...     i.nt    Uic j ^' '-'u-'->   ',!'   w"'    v"':^'     "���������'���������I'l"1:	
sadboat whirl, had be.-n provided ! Kl"������3 U:'v <lninkonness last year fn-
������.-���������> wrecked, and lhe j.olieo were j t;iII',<1 h\,K,7, a decrease of consul-
i.hiiaed  lo  delay   at  Fullertoii   un- I f"lal,1y r,ver  -1.000.- .   While  lark ol
icing re j <w!:
idiiiued lo .delay at iMillertoii nn-
ti1 Win. >.r snows permitte,-) a start
with dog trains f'>r the mm., i. The,
_ i i 1 ��������� fro.'ji I���������';111 ���������. i��������� t-r.11, which i>, on
..the si.,! vse. ,,i*,*| parallel of lati-
ixtdo   to Chnrchi
v:,'.'!- aU.e-ndrd- bv many hardships
a.tKi '.Ihfu'u'tles.- the- patro
dined at the end to eating raw
deer jn.iif. From ( .lurchill to
Lake. Winnipeg the journey was
In his detailed report of the trip
In.-.pecioi IV'UeUer giv'es niuch
new data al.toiit the northern country They were by no means the
Jirst white  men  who had visited it.
The amount of game observed by
���������ai-pul   was   wonderful. De-
monev has no doubt contributed to
.ng (���������oufr.-.iially astonished. People
often ask impatiently what i.s the
practical good of all this? They
d > not understand that year by
u'.-ir. quite steadily, grain arid vegetables grow bigger and richer in
food value and more various. Roots
have a larger percentage of sugar
aud smaller of cellulose. Oats have
more, grains to a panicle and more
panicles to head. Peas defy the. sea-
sens, and stock tood-as in the case
of the kohlrabi, a vegetable house
increased  .vjbrioty.   the Chief Con-   *" L'"-* ,v' ���������> ~ \",^Z~'    ���������        ,.
' urowth of  1>"1������-1  caterers should   try���������is  rchn
sc.i lb 'i*.r  th
J.:.������k'- 'o the I
tor   Pel).tier
���������''Aide/.!    bv
jou nicy
leiuht .
makin.. good time, but were
. 1 bv large nuinbej;. uf
.ner   at ���������various  points.
have  S'-e.'i   1
a- ii
stable states  that    thc
temperance  has been   a  great. fac-
���������1.0 miles south,ju,lV-    A   gi-'-''. deal   of   money  has
' _t en   spent   on   amusements,   which
just .as available, for spending
drink.      Compared    with    two
years   ago     the   .apprehension   for
drunkenness showed a decrease of
nearlv 7.000.
''Ta.  what  is a braggart?"
"He's a niaiK my son, who is not
afraid fo express  his  real   opinion
of.  himself."
Montreal,' May IT.-Prime
beeves sold at from OLj to a little
over Tc per pound ; pretty good animals, r..'-t to (i,l'(c; common stock,
I to fie per pound. iMilch cows from
i.'.!0 to >M't() each. Calves from $2.-
nO to $12 each, or :i to 'i'.U: -per
pound. Sheep, fi to (ic per pouinl;
Spring lambs, $1 to $7 each, flood
lots of hogs sold at about 10c per
f bain
write .:
the sails.
!. .Insoec-
wc     were
dee." cross-
We   must
20,000 AN:!) .10,00!.!.
ou hutti   -diorcs  were cov
ed into human food.
M. Vilmorin is rapidly producing
.a- strawberry that may Dc
.perpetual without much stretch of
l.n.guage. The latter sorts will, afc
an. rate, produce a good fruit for
_ Christmas dinner.. The raspberry and the bhickbcri'y arc crossed
At first wc had a
larger than
iind   recrosscd.
fruit that was    	
cither parent, but lacked the sweetness of either. Now, after somo
THIS .].'.[*.]���������; CHILD,
of the color of thc raspberry, has
pr. duecd a child which is as black
as thc blackberry.
Tho Cii in bridge. Mendelians aver
that the wheats whieh they will pufc
on   the   market  next    year- should
'���������i-ducc a disease proof crop, worth
go to the morgue iind examine the
be dies through a glass pari it ion.
av ci identification is helped by the
ui.'fortuiialc "person's ' clothing",
which is hung up over each body.
Of recent years over seven hundred -bodies havc been brought, to
tlr* morgue every year, and in their
frozen state, thoy have been kept,
if necessary, for three mouths.
Theoretically, of course, the
morgue i.s uot ,. ''sight," ai\d the
gonenii public arc not-supposed to
go there, but people whose tastes
lie in this direction can easily say
they arc seeking for ���������'missing
friends. . ���������
.f:! or so an acre more than the older sorts.      Thc   nectarine  and  the
peach have been crossed uj
a;::iin   with    grout success
.Kivcrs.   who in lhc course
F'Ali. W.FATH ._. S.ICNS.
When thc spider's web on the
grass can be seen thickly covered
with -morning dew, aud tlio dandelions open fully their golden petals
before eight o'clock in lhe morning,
it is a very sure sign that the day
will be fair; but if the dandelions
remain' closed until nine o'clock,
rail, may bc expected.
Hlizabofh's mother did not teach
hor little daughter much that shc
should havc learned about religion,
in. r did thc father. The other day
it guest said to the littlo girl:������������������
"Elizabeth, docs your father say
.race,     at    thc    tabic!"      "What
in act
��������� V
returned   I lie    girl,   inn
cei.liy.    "Why. thanks for what you
| have' to cat."    "Oh,"   replied Eli**
am and ' xabelh, now enlightened, "wc don't
by   lhe | have to thank anyone for what wo
have���������wo always pay cash.'
_ licking a  i. iilcgronWi in fikc  Village Pond���������....periericc Willi
a Taxi-Cal.
A village near the town of Norfh-
wit'll wa.s recently thc scene of an
exciting episode. Owing, to the extensive brine pumping that goes on
ii: the neighborhood there had been
a serious subsidence of the earth,
and several houses had been moro
or less dismantled. A honeymoon
Couple returning homo were- much
relieved to line, ihat their little
house, though close to the scene of
the., accident, had1 not apparently
suffered from the subsidence. Hardly however, had they entered it.
doors than an ominous creaking was
heard, and their happy home-coming ended in a hurried flight. D
v,as only after hours of hard work
by willing helpers that their bclong-
ii-gs were rescued from thc ruined
home, says London Tit-bits.
An extraordinary occurrence was
not long ago reported in a Yorkshire village?. A young girl, a great
fa\onto with all the villagers, had
recently been married, and the rumor had got about that she ha-d
boeu ill-used by hcr husband while
ihey were, on their honeymoon. On
their return the entire village
turned out to meet them at the station, and in view of the terrified
wife, proceeded to duck the 'young
man in the nearest pond���������a lesson
which it is fo be hoped hc profited
A somewhat similar case occurred
near Manchester recently. A young
lady had aroused the ire of hcr
friends by jilting her lover, a struggling young clerk, and accepting
the attentions of a -well-to-do
tradesman. On the .wedeling morning the bride was attacked by a
score of" excited females, who tore
he., veil off and pelted hcr with
mud. Thc young couple, however,
were not' deficient in courage, and
faced the music as best they could.
.Ou their return from the honeymoon they underwent a similar ordeal, and for weeks after they wcr*.
almost prisoners in their new house,
ur.til the excitement had worn it--
sc-lf out. The discarded lover, be
it said to his credit, took no part
.whatever in thc proceedings and
iv������k among the.first to offer his sympathy.
Perhaps one of
home-coinings on
eently reported in on. of our larg.
manufacturing towns. ' A young
couple, owing to the late .arrival of
iheir train, engaged a "taxi" tn
finish their journey home. It soon
became' apparent from the or ratio
inc.vcmcfi ts.'. .of_thc_car���������_that__..:..oin	
liking was wrong with the steering
igear.  and to his horror the driver
j found himself unable    to  pull   up.
j Madly tho car dashed on until nearly opposite the  new    home, of   thu
veiling people,  wheu it took a sudden turn and swerved violently towards  ihe    footpath.       In   auotliet
moment  the  garden   wall  had  e-ol-
j lapsed., and finally,.\v.ilh a  rciulin _* __
i crash,   the-  car came   fo  ret half-
| way   through  lhe    front-room  win-
! dow . All tilt' occupants were thrown
���������out and  seriously injured,   ami   at
j first  ihe. life of thc young wife v/;t���������
1 despaired   of.     The   full   extent   <d
the-, fiaged.. however, was not realized  until  thc    dead  body    of iho
bride'.*- mother was found near thu
wi coked car.      She  had evidently
come to the hou^c to bid them welcome,  and  hud   paid for her kindness with hcr life.
A couple in the Midlands not lona
ago had a woird experience of tha
value of a dream. On the morn ing
of their departure flic young wifu
told hei' husband that for thrcii
nkdits running she had dreamt that)
the journey home must not bc mado
im] the day arranged.-' At first ha,
was sceptical, but at length,' on
hor earnest protestations, ha
agri-cd to postpono their return.'
Judge of their 'consternation when
they learned next day that .thei .
new homo'had been burned to tho,
ground during the night. The cli-(
max, however, was not reached \\h-
td a fortnight later, when it wag.
conclusively proved that tho fir������-
had been the work of a former lov-.\
cr who had given way to drink, si-ndt
win in a frenzy of jealousy had en-,
iH.avorcd thus to revenge liimsel.
ou his fortunate rival.
Somehow  wc can't soo the taint
on  money that comes our w_--
���������t. '.
JN A "TA7.I."
the  most  tragi',
record    was  ro- .1$  LAY FOR WEEKS  AT DEATH'S DOOR  BUT   DODD'S   KIDISEY    PILLS  CURED MRS. THOMPSONS  DROPSY.  OPEN A1H MARRIAGE. [  Lovers  11 Started with Backache and Grew  Worse Till'(lie Doctor Said Shc  Must Die.  Holt; Ont.,  May. 16.  (Special). ,,-.-*������������������_,  AH thc countryside hero is ringing  ^^-u   district ot the neigh  *with the wonderful cure of    firs. I6"^.   "J"1* of Roxburgl  __.nii_i._l   _������������������_ ������������������������������������������������������ i.��������������������������� i....  _. 4i,������������������      lhc Lnghsh marriage laws i  Samuel Thompson, who lay. at the  point of death for weeks/ swollen  with Dropsy so that thc doctor five  different times decided to tap her,  bin desisted because, .as her husband said, "It might be better to  hi licr die in peace." After tho  doctor had given her up Dodd's  Kidney Pills cured hcr.  Mrs. Thompson's terrible trou-  blrf started with pain in the back.  3.0 grew worse and the doctor  treated hcr for jaundice, for eight  weeks. Then" her feet and legs began to swell, and it was realized  that Dropsy was thc trouble. For  seven months shc suffered. Thc doctor said there was no hope; shc  must die.  As a Jast resort Dodd's Kidney  Pills were tried. The improvement  *'������������������) slow, but gradually h'er  strength came back. To-day Mrs.  Tl. mpson .is a well woman. She  ���������������������������ays, and the country-side knows,  ehe owes hcr life to Dodd's Kidney  Tills.  If thc disease is of the Kidneys,  or from the Kidneys, Dodd's Kid-  cey Pills will euro it.  Bcfeidc thc   Lid.It..   Water,  Plighted Troth.  ii  A sequestered grass slope among  thc hills on the borderland of England and Scotland was recently the  scene of an open-air marriage, says  the London Daily Mail. The' bride  resided on tho Cumberland side of  the border, about 50 yards up thc  hillside from the stream (Litklel  Water), which divides England and  Scotland, while the bridegroom is  a shepherd belonging to the Tcv-  iethcad district of thc neighboring  "       # _h.  glish marriage laws do not  allow of a marriage at a private  house, but it was desired that tho  wedding should take place as near  tin;  bride's 1  better w,*!���������������������������8.0;11 S���������������������������U'is1' minister wero  .,.,      ,,     olmiinwl to perform  thc ceremony  _.  n_._i' _ M,lich il was decided  should take  place just over   the river.  Thc bridegroom's party travelled  five miles over thc hills from thc  m arest railway station and were  joined by the bride's party. After  thc marriage, the party recrossed  the stream and ascended the hill  to the bride's house.  Paint Without Oil  By using Powdr Paint you can turn  out as good work as a contracting  painter. Write'to POWDR PAINT CO.,  Toronto. Ont.. for full infor minion  and .Catalogue with Color Card and  Prico List.  tTOCKS.  &3____fc_*>������������������_k!_. -..'  STOCK     BONUS     OF      _sv  MAPLE  LEAF MILLINC COMPANY  Look at th.   record of The Lake of the  _/.,". s*    OP-1���������������������������'-    and    Western      ._n_,!.  Milling Companies.  "   bunding 90 Bay Street, Toronto  BE -KNEW A TFL\G.  '"So yon think yon can dress my  shop window so that all thc ladies  will stop to look at it?" asked the  master of a  Large  business  establishment of an applicant for work.  "Yes, sir.  I dv."  "Well, what is the first thing you  would do."  ''"Why, Dd put a large mirror in  thc window, and "  ''Quite enough, young man; I  don't want you a.s an employee, I'll  take you on as partner."  CI 01!ALT   SILVER       /   Gold   Stocks   bought   nnd   cold.  AND  PO KCUPIN _  bride's   hnusf    _������������������i Yin ..ihl_     Th.  ! V   G^1"1   Stocks   bought   nnd   cold.     Kn-  unuos  House  us   pOSSlhie.   llic :KUWrH-  R..,.ort8 0n Porcupine.   Write for  ' particular*..   1>.   S.   Hairston.   25  llimnini:  Arei.de.  Toronto,  Ont.  HANKS AS ROM) BUlLUEJtS  HIS  KEASCM..  "Why do you always leave the  house, James, when I begin to sing  the'old songs?" pouted Mrs. How-  Jit  ���������������������������'Fresh air," said Howlit.  They Cleanse While They Cure.���������������������������  The Vegetable compounds of which  Parmelee's    Vegetable    Pills    are  composed,  mainly   dandelion   and  mandrake,  clear the stomach and  intestines    of   deleterious   matted  and restore the deranged organs to  healthful action.     Hence they are  the: best   remedy    foi-   in digestion  .available., to-day.   j. trial of. them  will establish the truth of this as-"  ' nertion and: do more lo;.convi_cc th<r  ! ������������������iling than-'anything that' c.1n" be'  . written ;'of ���������������������������Uiesc,pills. '"-'  ��������������������������� ''  LONDON ORGAN .GJUNDERS.  One pound a day is said to be the  most that  an    organ-grinder  over  takes, while, with some c v-ptions,'  5s   is about the    least, so that   a  London   organ-grinder may be  regarded as a fairly prosperous man:  An   organ can  be hired  frorii the  makers for is. <k\. a day, while the  price of a new organ is ������������������25.    Thc  cost of setting an   organ   to new  tuneB is about ������������������i, and, since nov-  eJ.'y is essential, this is a frequent  source of expense.  The transition.from winter's cold  to summer's  heat  frequently   puts  a strain upon thc system that produces    internal    complications,  always painful and  often serious. A  common form of disorder is dysentery,   to  which many  arc prone in  the spring and summer.    The vcry  best   medicine  to  use   in  subduing  tin.   painful   ailment is   Dr.  J.   D.  Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial.    It is  a   standard     remedy,   sold    everywhere.  SiliousnesG-  )������������������ c.rtainly one ������������������.��������������������������� the most disa-  itreeable ailroonte which flesh is  heir to. Coated tonpue t- bittor  Tn_. in the mouth���������������������������nauKPa��������������������������� di.__.i-  I iipp. -tlicHf- combine to make life a  burden. The cainie is ;i dinordpred  | liver���������������������������the euro Dr. Morse's Indian  Root Pill.. They po Htraiffht to tha  root or tho tr_uhIc*. put the liver  right, cleanse the ptorn:..���������������������������_. and bow-  elp, clear tho tongue and (aki������������������  away the bitter taste from th������������������  mouth. At tho fust bi_._ of biliousness take  Dr.   Morse's  Indian    Root    Pills  ACENTS  WANTED.  A GUSTS   WANT. D  IN   HVKKY   TOW.  to  eell  a   Mix- dollar  Vaoiuuo  Carpel  Meaner:   rapid      .   .I.r.   biir    commiflftion.  "'"b.  S56 Dove l.ourt ltd., Toronto.  Some men seem to havc a grudge  against themselves, and we don't  blame them.  Time and time again in thc last  two years information has come  from the Canadian West indicating  that the Chartered Canadian Banks  are playing no small part in the  development of our Western t'crri-'  tory.  Repeatedly we havc heard of thc ���������������������������      ���������������������������,      .,      ~���������������������������; ,  Banks going into new Districts with lKeep MinardS Unlment ,n ,he h0JS"  the first settlers���������������������������opening \w and  fostering       business     connections  whieh   have resulted in  the  rapid  growth of the community.  Two of thc latest instances of this  have been shown in thc establishment of Branches of tho Traders  Bank at Fort George, B. C, and  Stewart, B. C. fort George is  half way between  EDUCATIONAL.  HARDEST FOR HIM.  r  "What was the hardest question  the "teacher asked you to-day..'.'  asked the serious-minded pupil.  "Whether I preferred to'"take a  licking ora note home," answered  lhe scapegoat.  I EARN TIIE BARBER TRADE-NEW  f-s ���������������������������yetcm-constant practice; careful  instruction; few weeks complete . urHi  tooli free; era dilate* earn twelve t������������������  ripliteen dollars weekly; write for catalogue. Moler Barber College. _21 Quena  En oi. Toronto.   MACHINERY ���������������������������  Y| ACITINERY HEADQUARTERS. -  i������������������l Iron and wood-workinc machinerf.  enpineu, boilers. steaii. philips, e-asoline  engines, electric motors, nontra. tora"  niachinery, rtc. fiend for r.atalo .no , of  over 1.00 _i_.hlt.es. H. W. -PT.TRIE.  Limited.    Toronto.   Montreal.   VjniconTor.  FARMS   FOR   SALE.  We feel sorry for. a man who  hasn't sense enough to make use of  his good judgment.  Ash for Minard's and take no other.  "Don't be afraid of thc baeon,  Mr Jenkins,", said the landlady to  the new lodger. "Not at all. 'madam. I've seen a piece twice as  large and it did not frighten mc a  bit.'"'  Pills of Attested Value.���������������������������Parmc-  !������������������. 's Vegetable Pills arc the result  o_ careful study of thc properties  of certain roots and herbs', and tho  action of such as sedatives and laxatives on the. digestive apparatus.  The success the compounders havc  met with -attests thc value of their  work. These pills have been recognized for many years as the best  cleansers of the system that can be  got Their" excellence was recognized from the first and they grow  more popular daily.  '/"-   -���������������������������': ANGLING NOTE/ :** ":..-"?  It,is better   to-have   fished and  lost-than never to have lied afc~all:  ��������������������������� TRADING oh a. good name and deceiving  the-.Public ._-.j-._af the . im it a torn- of the'  well-known'."The D. . L." 'Menthol Plaster  are doing. 'Don't be fooled, insist ou the  genuine, "The.D. _,4"L.   z  Prince Rupert  and   Edmonton  on    the- projected  line of thc  Grand   Trunk Pacific.  It  is   attracting attention   on  account of its favorable location, and  present indications would point to  its being one of the large cities of  Northern British Columbia.   Stewart, B.C, is within two miles of  Portland  City, ,_he plaee in  British Columbia    where    the    recent  wonderful Silver strike was made.  The latter town is attracting people from thc Western Coast States  in large numbers, jind a small rush  , i prospectors into  the district is  now under way.  There can bc a difference of opinion on most subjects, but thcie is  only one opinion as to the reliability of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator. It is safe, sure and effectual.  Some men have many possessions  while others., are    not   even self-  ���������������������������possessetl." ���������������������������'.,"!;-- .":;  ' '- -' -'-   --���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������"  "Pa, what is writer's cramp?"  "It's being cramped for money, my  son.   All writers suffer from it."  v- 1 oar  _.r_inrl������������������t  WJHT.U Yea '  -Murine. _*.\_ < Remedy Relieve-!. Bore Kyea.  Strewftlieins. "Weak Eye.. -. Doesn't'SmarL  Sootlics Kyc Vain, and Sells for .50.:. Try  Murine in "-'Yi>ur-.Kyes 'anel-in- Daby's  Jbycs for-Scaly- EyoUds^ and Granulation:  'Tis a Marvellous Thing. ��������������������������� When  the cures effected by.Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil: a re considered, .the  _ptcdy and permanent relief it lias  brought to tho suffering wherever  it has been used, it must be regarded as a- marvellous thing that so  potent a medicine should result  from the six simple ingredients  -whi.h=cnter .ntoHts^_ompositionT^\=  trial will convince the most skeptical of its healing virtues.  I cured a horse of the Mange with WTJ?.  AHD'B LINIMENT.  CUiaSTOPifElt  8A1JNDKBS.  Dalhoufiie.  I cured  a ho'rsp, badly torn by a  Ditch  fork,  with   MINAKD'S  LINIMKNT  St.   Pet.r's,    _.B. KDW.   LINLIEF.  I cured a hov. ���������������������������  of a   bad WuUinir hv  MINABD'S  LINIMENT. y  _   ..       .    ������������������������������������������������������ THOS.  W..PAYNE.  Batliuret,  ^.B.  Even if a dollar doesn't go far it  is diflicult to induce it to return.  Minard's  Liniment  Lumberman's  Friend.-  Arc yon a sufferer witb corns? If  von arc, get a bottle of_H������������������illoway's  Com 'Cure." It has never been  known  to fail.-  Evcry  time a man makes a serious  mistake   it    lessens  his conli  denec in himself���������������������������and others.  ���������������������������_* L_HC "������������������0HD OF SUCCISS in omv  !__ m ���������������������������l'orfe������������������ ������������������' vute, bum*, and bruiae*!,  __ -������������������lil_i_-������������������n J?ow'!-'eomplalnto, ia hei.  _f_._,?.ftink,UJ,r  ~���������������������������������������������r   ������������������������������������   vena.     Aaold  sMmfiiiulo  Wsrry  AX ERA  OF GOOD EEELING  Wy heart's so full 0f love to-day  .For all my fellow uicn,  I'd gladly knock somebody down  To help him up again  Judge���������������������������"I don't   think that wo-  J.il_Ji__hay___a l_ways_,been-vai n_;_=_y0U_  know women    were   made   before  mirrors."      Fudge���������������������������"And   they've  been before them ever since."  CURED   HIS   RHEUMATISM.  Yarns oi .h, N. fi., Jmx** 2, 1908,-���������������������������"I havo  been bothrred with Rli������������������umati������������������m for th������������������  paht year and have tak������������������n a irood many  kinds of nx-dir.iiK. and found no rolict' for  it.  "On.- day a friend advised'roe to try  P.in Pill., . y T did,-and nftar taking oniv  one box of thnni, I felt lik������������������ a now man.  - "1 thought ) woTild write you a few  linrf* to let you know how thankful I f������������������ _i  for Iho relief th������������������>y*|fuvii mo, and would  adviMi all wiffcrere from lthetnuatiKin to  get Oin  PiUh."  WM.   CONTY.  fioinplc fivfi ir yon write. National Drujr  _ Choniii. il Co., (J)i'|)t. W.L.), Toronto.  All dfitthirfl have Oin Pills at 6_;. u box���������������������������  C boxes for ������������������2.50.  - Don't" kick if people'distrust vou  Who's to blame..   ..' '  Minard's Liniment used by Physician*.  MIXMCOIiANASJfKNK.  A hard name to pronounce, called  locally "Minnieog."   This is a picturesque summer resort on one of  t.* largest islands of the Georgian  yay,   only  3% hours run  by    the  brand Trunk llailway Sy _tcm from  {he City of Toronto. Canada, and  beautifully situated among thc 30,-  0fJ0 islands of that territory. Splendid hotel accommodation, good lish-  ii'g, fine boating and no hay fever.  Boss,    trout,    pickerel    and   pike  abound. For illustrated descriptive  matter and   all information,  write  to  Ur.   J.   D.  McDonald,  District  -Passehgcr-A^entT^Uiiroff^StmioiiT  Icronto, Ont.  A lad who was being quizzed  about his father's lack of accomplishments was asked: "What docs  your father know?" There w_s no  hesitation in 4hc answer: "I. don't  bc-lieve he knows anything except  hi������������������ own business; but he knows  that���������������������������and minds it!"  ANYTHING BUT THAT.  ."You're a liar, and a thief, and  a- scoundrel!"  "Anything else ?".  ;,     - ; ^  (    v  ','1 "can't "think, of anything else  right-now.'..���������������������������_ '"   .-..  .���������������������������-''  . "Thanks.   I was afraid yoti were  goinggto say}. I>was. stuj| _dl!.'v, ������������������������������������������������������  XWT ESTKRN   PAItJf LANDS-CITS' IiOTi.  " .   on   easy  t������������������;rins.   If yon   aro going  we*t. send   for  my  lint,   it  will'pay ..you.  6. M. Mathews   75 Yonge St.,  Toronto.  IKn ACRES FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-  1   ��������������������������� ���������������������������a very choice  150-aure  farm, gitu--  ated   three  miles  nortljeant' of   Ernbro,   IC '  miles  northwest of  Woodstock, half, mile  to   Hchool;   a   very   choice,   cren-tempured  clay loam eoil; no Btiff eoil; easily worked; a rery rieh. prodncti*.e soil; 125 cultt-  vatedj   15    ae;rcs   limber;   good  siw.  brick  eottape   house,   9  rooms,   cellar,   furnace; ";  new   barn.   _   i   ������������������0;   barn   27  x  55;  all  on  Btone baf-cmentf. cement flooi-H in utab).;  lots  of  water  pumped  hy  .u. 1  windmill;  taps  in  house and barnyard; a first-class  olit .fe factory bection : price $9,500; might  take  a  boutje  in  city  or   small   farm   iu  exchange;   J2.700    down,  as  I have other .  properties  and  wish io  redncc.   Apply to  R. Waite, Paris.  THC LIN OMAN .TRUSS will held aa? radaeibla  beruia.  -Ehdorsad  by   foremost-i_������������������_l__t.._���������������������������  Write for.particaIan.     A. LINDMAN, (Kaf'd).  _oii>i_^.-.i.       \;-'t-.-;.',  CARPET   DYEINjQ  ������������������������������������������������������<! Clftulnt.   This to a specialty witb __ ^*  British    American    Dy*ln(   Co*  S������������������ud M'Mcului by post ������������������n4 ��������������������������������������������� t_r������������������ sure u Mtlsfr  ������������������dtfraaa ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� lit, Maniraal.  MICROBES IN MAIL BAGS.  At a conference of Irish post-office clerks' in Dublin recently it was  slated that.the germs of consumption-and other disease were in mail  bags by thousands, and a resolution  v..j_ passed that all mail bags should  be "washed and disinfected fortnightly. .  _. _.. .    ������������������i������������������.   w    _b������������������i.        a.oio ���������������������������  1W,h������������������5.!".uV^' "p������������������iBW������������������e'"- /    LONDON'S AVATKit SUPI'LV.  The Metropolitan "Water Board  of London, Kng., is considering a  scheme to extend the water supply  ao a cost of thirty million dollars,  i; is proposed lo construct .norm-  oi'_ reservoirs in tlio Upper Tliamc.s  Valley. These works when completed will afford thirty-five gallons  per head per day for a populatiwi  of twelve million souls, whieh Ltd  don i.s   .xpected to reach in 19.1.  Friend���������������������������"When Bilford went  West he told mc that as soon as ho  had settled down and pulled him-  seir together-he would write to me,  but ] have never heard from hirn."  Native���������������������������"Bilford was blown up in  a:i explosion of dynamite three  iM'nths ago. He may have settled  down, but I don't bolicve he has  pulled himself together yet."  ^OffE5  Apply Zam-Buk to alt  -_?_,(,i an<* **tt-aod-7o������������������=  wi������������������ besurprtied how quickly  Uctopt the Mnartinf tnd  Wnf ��������������������������� eacc. It coven the  wound with a Ujct of pto-  tcctrre balm, kills all poiaon  fwn������������������abtsAy lo tbe vovtx. ao*  pr������������������v������������������U <XWs mesas.. It* rkh  bMlifi( hstbsl uwaew Asm bg lid  ������������������p from |_e to������������������twn. hnb tlumei;  ������������������od ia a wtodtdolly short time  the wound li healed!  !______'��������������������������� VsvnktUf to kwad M BXI.1  ������������������* U������������������t rial tbiDf.   "6_ia-Buk" to >.ri_l������������������d  ___r_H?_-.K?,������������������,,,iri,������������������������������������fi,u ���������������������������*������������������ "��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������BullC������������������.; _<_���������������������������__.  ^mBur  STYLES  IN HAIR  L__������������������J_dds,jji_=_in.,__������������������3.r_  Switches. 22 to .-.  In. long,$3.50 to SS.SO  Pulls and Curlt, 1|  in cluster,' <2.M  Turban Style, complete, l_M  ���������������������������raid, by the yard,  Ladles  and  Cent's  Wis*, from     *17.S0  Cent's .Toupees,  from $11U  Hair.Nets, extra large, 3 tor tis.  T������������������/-������������������������������������������������������n ������������������^������������������-- 35 to 7_:  ,s Jlarr-  Mm<]_������������������ rxtrn.   OrtJe ..> ov<>r 11.00,  UOKfrp.-.    Si.nrl     .mule of   lu.ir   .nid  cufch. wilh  order.   -   --         DAY A MONLER,  JH  King St.  West, . Toronta. |  Means  Perfect  Results  DY-0-LA  [ 0NEPVK"wAH)|������������������<wos or qqbm/  ________���������������������������'' ���������������������������*" ";*��������������������������� '������������������ fc"w *h������������������������������������ *''"������������������ ������������������������������������������������������eloi_  *������������������___-!_.������������������ ^~***VZ������������������Z  T������������������������������������ Jo>-ou.KUA_-d..������������������ CI*.. UmU,4. Moo<���������������������������.l,  Lady--"Vou say, professor, that  tol_ leeo is an aid to thought and a  stimulant to the reasoning faculties; but ."Professor Great-head says  tobacco is'in every way injurious.  How do you account for that difference. Thc Professor���������������������������"Kasily  cut ugh, madam. Professor Great-  head does not smoke, and consequently he can neither think  straight nor reason correctly."  DODDS '.  ^KIDNEY J  &. PI LIS _^|  ������������������\w_-,  [The Soul of a Piano Is the  Action.   Insist on tho  ���������������������������OTTOHIGEL  Piano Action  ee  Is Your Hearing Good _  Th*  HEAB-O-PJIO. E  will  rivp  jon   tha  ben<._.i.  of  rood   _...rinir,   Hend  _o__l.i.   (rivlnif   purtJcufair  ������������������Btl  r  tree  name*  ISSUE NO. 21-10.  of latiiifled uecr������������������. Also  aptclal Offir fer a Montli't Noma Trial.  THE BRAND ELECTRO OZONE LIMITED,  331  Spadlna   Avenue,   Toronto  DEAF, LISTEN!  r������������������.u lijw _oiI Horn . 'I'mmtic-la, *nH  oUht M������������������'chani<'Hl (..-vi.*... |n ih,. i,0n������������������.  or Ix.iui. aljU to )jo,ir, but ������������������lwa_������������������  foiiml tho Mufci,.,! ^a|_h^.���������������������������.li0��������������������������� v,,,,  ������������������prllf-d  DISAPPOINTMENT  If you  wrlfc to  ERNEST   PRATT,  <H Yours Street, Toronto,  you  will  lc..n_   i_n,���������������������������    GOOD NEWI.  Do it  lo (Jay-bc-tfci- mil)  DO   IT   NOW!  The Lenox Mold  APPENDICITIS  Cored wftL.nt operation. AH vr tit. ar������������������ ������������������.  ��������������������������� Jnted with this dirra. and wlel> to be  eoretl pertuauouily. nafely and qukkly  with thin frcut Homeopathic rrmedy.  which .111 be ��������������������������� .nt poit.paid anywhere  id thc world with full Initruotloi.-. for  neinf to at to effect a periaaoent euro.  Price   12.   Adrireiii  *Hhn   T. Wall,   HemieMlMe   fkarMaey,  arnarkr. CtnaCa.  BUFFALO,  ifiqht.xt Grade.  N,  Y  ���������������������������6      '(���������������������������'.  ���������������������������"'���������������������������(<  ftrf)yroiif.  N'  The ������������������dc,i| holc-l for tourists .������������������d viaitoro  to Bitff_ o. Niagara Tails, and points on  lhc Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River.  EUROPEAN  PLAN  $t.,SO per d:iy and ti|>.  r*tr(ji������������������   lAay   l������������������k������������������ Tkili-.tba   sr   r������������������tri������������������mi   tttm  <������������������_. Ir cr wb������������������.������������������ tu t* bct������������������], climglni _������������������ m* to 'i'bt lsm������������������i.  W_*n in  audalo ttep at Tho Lonoi.  Tho accommerfatloaa and  service are ae_a  to aleaao.  C. A    MKER  MaiM#er. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  PRICES  Quoted by The Columbia Flouring!  Mills Co., Ltd., To-day |  Moffet's Best Flour, $1.70 49-lbs!  Three Star Flour, $1.60 " i  Drifted Snow Pastry, $1.55 " !  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.60 "  Graham Flour, - $1.50 "���������������������������  Rolled Oats, $.85 per 20-lb sack, j  Four Star Chop, $1.60 per 100 lbs I  Per ton,   .32.00  RAILWAYS    BUILDING  Thursday, July.21, I91U  CROPS  NOT SO  GOOD  D. D. Mann is credited with saying  that the Canadian   Northern railway  will  he   completed   to    the coast in  three  years.'    time���������������������������one    year earlier  i than  was first contemplated.   Actual  i construction on the Kettle River Val-  ! ley branch    was   started this month,  j and now work is on from every point  called for In  the original, agreement  with    the   B.    C.    government.   "No  Three Star Chop, $1.55 per 100 lbs iman can 710W  vcfy wcl1 gainsay the  Per ton, .j_1.00 j fruit    hearing   qualities    of   Premier  Bran: $1.20 per 100 lbs.; ton, $24 .McBride's railway   policy,"  says thc  $37  $27  Shorts, $1.20 per 100 lbs  Middlings, $1.30 100 lbs. "  Oats, $1.35 per 100 lbs. "  Oat Chop, $1.45 100 lbs. "  Wheat, $2.30 per 125-lbs "  Barley, $1.35 per 100 lbs. "  Barley Chop, $1.45100lbs."  Whole Corn, $1.90 100 lbs. "  Cracked Corn, $2.00 lOOlbs. "  Timothv Hay,  Upland" Hay,  Also a full line of Rolled  Oats  Wheatlets for table use.  Free delivery to any part of Enderby,  Prices subject to change without notica.  Terms: Net Cash with order  $24; Hedley Gazette. "He has "come  $26; through" and throughout thc length  $27 {and bredth of British Columbia the  $29  pulse    of   commerce    throbs with rc-  and  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B   C.  We have just received  a lot of.  New  newed activity    as   it    realizes what  the building of    new railways means  to the    province.     Our resources far  $38 i exceed those of any other province in  $40  the   Dominion,    and    by   every addi-  $21.50  tional  means    of    transportation  we  $16.50 are making new inroads to Nature's  vast     storehouse,     and     developing  riches heretofore unearthed that will  be a revelation to nearly all but the  hardy,    patient   prospector    who obtained  the "colors" many years ago,  perhaps,  but could  not convert them  into the   real    "stuff" until the iron  horse* made   its    appearance,  with  a  means  of    transportation.   Rich  and  vast agricultural and fruit lands will  be tapped by the roads now in course  of construction  or  pending  construction.   The railways are coming ! and  synonymously    with   them  will come  expansion,     development     and     increased prosperity."  The    Department    of    Agriculture,  Ottawa,reports that the general condition of crops in Manitoba is much  below the   average.     Correspondents  in nearly    every   district    report no  rain���������������������������only a few   light showers���������������������������and  hot, dry winds that absorb the moisture   and    withers    the    crops.   The  lowest average condition is reported  from   around    Brandon  and. Monica,  and     the   highest    from   Marquette,  where it is placed at a standard.   In  Saskatchewan   the crops do not appear to, have   suffered from  climatic  conditions to  thc same extent as in  cither Manitoba or Alberta, as there  have been many   local showers.   Thc  prevailing condition of crops in that  part of   Alberta   south    of township  No. 30 is below   the average in consequence  of    drouth   and  hot winds.  In thc Edmonton district thc grains,  though suffering to some extent from  the same causes, are in much better  condition.    The    best   reports   come  from    the    Strathcona   district,  and  those from    Athabasca   Landing and  Saddle Lake districts are also good.  The field crops   of   British Columbia  are particularly good.  ���������������������������  urmture  and have more coming  -o-oooooooooooooo-oo-c-oocoo  . Lowest Prices in the  Valley.  oooo ooooooo-oooooooo-oooo  For the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,    Rugs   and    Mats.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.      .ENDERBY  THE NARAMATA REGA.TTA  Is made apparent when  the hot days of summer  make such war upon good  health. It is time to do  something to prevent sickness. If you have a bottle  of the Compound Syrup of  Hypophosphites handy, it  will enable you to keep the  body in vigorous health.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  .li,rSt. Enderby  Naramata's second regatta will be  held on July 2Sth���������������������������one week from to-  jday.     Among the attractions adver-'  j tised   is   a   baseball    game   for the  'championship cup of the valley, to be  ; given by Hon. Price Ellison, and' the  I Enderby and Penticton teams are pit-  ! ted  for thc game.   Enderby fans are  j getting into shape and "it is believed  'the game will come off as scheduled.  : Nothing could do more to revive interest in the game than thc pulling oil  jof this match, and the Enderby team.  ! will-receive   the   hearty    backing of  evcry lover of the game and admirer  of clean sport'i   With practice, Enderby has as good   a   baseball team as  ever played ih    the Valley,, and they  are expected to go to Naramata and  bring    home    the*   cup. ���������������������������-They  would  take a good crowd from Enderby to  see them win it.  In  addition   to    the field contests,  j Naramata    is   preparing   to   give a  .splendid program of water sports, as  is indicated by tne advertised events  to be found in another column.  Winnipeg, July 16.���������������������������General rain  fell all over .. Manitoba during last  night, and especially in the southern  tier of counties, where it was badly-  needed. In the Brandon district, the  most important wheat-growing district in the world, heavy rains fell  all night. From Winnipeg to the  western boundary, and from Emerson  to Dauphin, practically the whole of  the province,, there was more or less  rain.. -Crop conditions are enormously improved at thc mast critical  period in the season's history.  Province of British Columbia,  Department of Agriculture  HORTICULTURE  Under the Auspices of the  We can   still show  the Goods  Some   prime  stall-fed   beef  cut at the present time  on  SPALLUMCHEEN FARMERS INSTITUTE  Professor T. W. Thatcher, Dean 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 and Practical Demonstrations  by direction of the Department of  Agriculture, at  A R M ST HONG  us follows���������������������������  At W.   S.  BURNETT'S,    Knob   Hill,  Monday, 25th July, afternoon (2:30)  Demonstration.  Professor   Thornber,    assisted  by  13.  Hoy,    Assistant    Horticulturist,,  Department of Agriculture, 13.  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."  Our Coffee  has made 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  ancl 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.  &$>������������������$>M*$m><&$^^ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQtyb  We have had a most successful season in our Shoe  Department, and, in anticipation of a big late-summer and fall stock, we intend to make a clean sweep  in all lines so as to have our shelves7in readiness for  the new stock.  MEN'S  SHOES  At way-down prices.   Great snaps!  i  T  T  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������  T  ���������������������������  t.  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������..  I  t .  t.  ���������������������������  i  $2.25 up 'to $3.50; - Former prices, $4 to $5.   .  Walter   Robincou  CASH GROCER  t  ���������������������������  i  t.  t  ���������������������������The; balance of ���������������������������  our 2-pce _. 3-pce  <m*m><_<������������������><w -  Special Values in Ready-made Summer Suits for the.  Ladies,. Also White Wear, Faiicy Collars, Waists, &c  ##^#w#^m^#<m^ _^_4>_^_>_*$_^������������������_^_^_������������������$������������������������������������������������������$������������������  Big Shipment Jacob & Co's Biscuits  <$<������������������5$������������������<5>������������������������������������>������������������S><s^ ���������������������������>������������������S>_*&s>$KS_HS_>������������������&_*$_>$<s>$������������������$������������������#'  POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  ��������������������������� _  1 ���������������������������  ��������������������������� i   ��������������������������� .    .  . ���������������������������     i  ' ,   *            "              _  I                                     1  *-.       _  ������������������                                        1  ���������������������������   :          -  i  4       i  t  t  Our  Sausage is  Leader  still  Fish and Poultry  G. JR. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  This opportunity of hearing Processors Thorn.-er and Thatcher is one  jnot to he missed, and it is to be  j hoped that large and .appreciative  .| audiences; will attend to hear such  j well-known authorities on the fruit  ' growing industry.  'W.  B.  SCOTT,    ���������������������������  Deputy Minister of Agriculture.  Victoria, B. C,  June, 1910. '.;;'    *,.'  MRS. ANDERSON  Tells How After Giving Up Hope, She  ioos Cured of Dandruff  After reading this straightforward  statement of Mrs. Elizabeth E. An-  hcrson, of Mechanicsburg, Pa., go to  A. Reeves, and get a large bottle of  Parisian Sage for only 50 cents, and  if it don't do for you what it did for  Mrs. Anderson he will give you your  money back. Just read this letter;  it's worth  your while:  "I had given up hope of ever being  cured of dandruff, when I purchased ji  bottle of Parisian Sage. It has entirely removed the dandruff, and has  started a growth.of new hair, and all  this after beings troubled for 15 years.  I cheerfully . recommend Parisian  Sage." . ���������������������������  Parisian Sage 'cures dandruff, because it gets right down into the  roots of the hair and kills the thousands of pernicious dandruff germs.  ���������������������������Since the introduction of Parisian  Sage into Canada, it has been in demand by thousands of up-to-date society women. Parisian Sage will  turn harsh, lusterless, ill-looking /hair  into-bright, luxuriant hair in' a few  days. It is a delightful and' invigorating   dressing,   contains no  dye or  harmful ingredients and is not sticky  or greasy. The girl with the auburn  hair on every package.  Nobody Spared  Kidney Troubles Attack Enderby  | Men and Women, Old and Young  Kidney ills seize young and old.  __Gome^quickly_-_with_-Jit.tl(___.war_ning,___=_  Children suffer in their early years.  Can't control' the kidney secretions.  Girls are   languid,    nervous;  suffer  pain.  Women worry; can't do daily work.  Men have lame and aching backs. '  The cure for man, woman' and child  Is to cure the cause���������������������������the kidneys.  Booth's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys���������������������������Cure all forms of kidney suffering-  Mrs.' N. Good, of 70 Stadacona St.,  Moose   Jaw,   Sask.,   says:     "I     am  pleased to state for thc benefit of any  person   suffering   with   a   weak   and  painful   hack,    that   they   will   find  Booth's Kidney Pills a most excellent  remedy.    I havc suffered  for months  with a very   weak   hack  and severe  pains and aches in the kidneys,  and  felt very much depressed.   There was  also a swelling under my eyes.   Y*7hen  I learned  of Booth's Kidney Pills, I  procured a' box, and found them the  best remedy I have ever used, as they,  were very quick in giving me relief...  The pains have left my back* and it  has   strengthened.    They   have   also  helped to build up my. health.''   For  sale in Enderby by A. Reeves.  Water Notice  8 1 (PROWVK������������������ NM-O-ME)  CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronchitis, Group. Coughs and Colds, of  money back;    Sold and guaranteed fay  NOTICE . is   hereby   given that an  application will be made under.Part  V. of the   "Water   Act, 1909" to obtain a license in the Kamloops Division of Yale   District,   by the applicant, Alexander. Miller, Enderby, B.  C.,..farmer,..for, eight.cuhir.-in_T.pi-i-p. r-  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  onc mile up thc creek from Alexander  Miller's   south   line.    Description of  the premises   on   which the watcr 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 watcr is   to   be   used for irrigation purposes.  This notice .was posted on the 7th  day of June, 1910, and application  will be made to the Commissioner on  the 8th day of July, 1910.  . No riparian proprietors or licensees  are likely to be effected by the' pro-.  posed works either above or below  the outlet.  -... , _'������������������������������������������������������'  '       ALEXANDER'MILLER.  Enderby, B.C., June 7th,. 1910.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B.C. *"  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furniihed and' Work Guaranteed


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