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 _>���������������������������  l.     v  \  '-A     %  ^.  Enderby, B. C,   August'4, 1910  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 3;'No. 23; Whole No. 127:  What's Doing by the Natives on the Cool Grassy Banks'of the Sleepy Soft-Flowing Spallumcheen-  Mrs.  Geo. Bell's   mother is paying I    At the    meeting   of   the   executive  a visit to Enderby. [committee of the Northern Okanagan  S. Poison and son will open a real  Poultry Association, held last Thurs-  estate office in Enderby.  day afternoon to elect a delegate to  The Enderbv baseball team expects jthe organization meeting of the Pro-  vincial Poultry Association to be  held at Vancouver this month, Robt.  Waddell was named to represent the  Northern  Okanagan association.  to go to Revelstoke on Labor-Day.  Mrs. J. C. English leaves tojday  on a visit of a few weeks to" New  Denver.  Mr."and. Mrs. S. Teece are enjoying  a visit from their brother and wife  and family.  Mrs. J. L. Gaylord left on Wednesday's train for the East, to be absent  several weeks.  The provincial Boiler Inspector was  in town on Saturday, and both mills  laid off that" day.   .     ���������������������������  The    Grindrod    bridge - is - hearing  completion. It   is   being used by pe-  , destrians this week.    " -      ' ;,  . _ The  Annual  Handicap  Tournament  - to be given by . thc ."tennis club, will  commence "on Monday," Aug. 8th.--  . Mrs. H. F. Flewwelling left Wednes-  - day afternoon on a three-rrionths'-  visit to eastern Canadian-- points.  . "S. Poison has" purchased the .Armstrong Advertiser, and -will, take the,  newspaper   work in hand ,on Septem-  ��������������������������� ber 1st. "   .- -'    '--    ������������������������������������������������������ ,���������������������������-->  -. A    very   happy   party   was   given   .  -Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs; H.   inar^ C������������������UArnSC/ iu������������������ior g^de; maximum  Mr. and Mrs. J. Burnham returned  from the coast last Friday, where  they went early in July in the hope  that they might find relief for their  little girl, suffering from heart complaint. The sad ending of their mission was reported in a previous issue  and Mr. and Mrs. Burnham have the  sympathy of the,community in-their.  sorrow. - .-  .  ��������������������������� The colonization company which recently purchased the Carlin interests  in Grindrod and adjoining'property,  has had surveyors" and photographers  on the-property recently,who'are preparing to put it on the market in.  good order. The company will push  the sale of this land, -and will bring  a very desirable class of settlers into  the .district. ��������������������������� .  .'_-���������������������������' _.._���������������������������'"���������������������������'"' . ���������������������������  - The ���������������������������, following candidates in the  junior high school grades passed, in  the examinations ���������������������������" Just   held:'Prelim-  A. Burbidge, proprietor of the City  bakery, reports that he has received  every ��������������������������� encouragement since starting  business-in Enderby, and be hopes  soon to be in a position to better  serve his many patrons.  H. W. Wright came in from the  coast Wednesday morning to close up  the" deal on his acreage property to  Geo. Bell.' Mr. Wright has been absent from Enderby for a period of.  four months'���������������������������the -- longest absence  since landing here .twenty-six years  ago. His~many old-time friends are  pleased to see him looking so well.   '  At a meeting of the .Enderby Curling Club a few'evenings ago, it was  decided to place the matter of getting the rink into shape in the hands  of Dr. Keith and Robt. Johnstone,  and Jas. Evans' offer to .make the  ice and'-keep it in condition for .the  season for. the sum of $75 'and membership ticket, -was accepted by. the  club. - -       -     -   -  MARA NEWS NOTES  A busy time���������������������������work everywhere, for  everyone���������������������������strong, strenuous work���������������������������  and that spells haying. Except on  old meadows, the crop will be a  bountiful one, and this week will be  won and - safely under cover. Frank  Riches led the way. Every bit of his  crop v/as housed without rain. John  Moser was a good second, and was  followed closely by Chas. Little. T.  Gray reports the heaviest crop he  ever had. Ben Green, at the time of  writing, has secured the bulk of his  large acreage on thc Guiletto place.  The people at Kelvin Grove never  had so heavy a crop. James Bell has  already secured the larger portion ofv  the product of his broad acres.  Committee to make amends for the  unsatisfactory conclusion of- the ball  game last week, the Enderby. boys  will in all probability accede to tlie--  request, and Enderbyites will enjoy  another clay at the pleasing" lake'  town of Naramata.  ANOTHER BUSINESS BLOCK  H. Harvey on   the occasion of their  tin wedding.  .Mrs.   S.  T.-Cochen'our,  of Vancouver,   accompanied   by   her daughter,  " spent several days with Mrs. Crane,  - of Hullcar, last .week.  The Fort George Tribune carries a  number of timber land notices, showing that our popular alderman, J"L.  Ruttan, is getting busy in that vicinity.'  If the city permits the forest of  weeds to climb much higher on Belve-  ^dere-street^north^from^Glif .^residents-  in that locality will have to "blaze" a  trail to their homes or get lost by the  way.  _ Miss M. E. Ruttan, one of the four  successful candidates who passed the  McGill examinations here recently,  has been offered a school at Fernie at  a salary of $900. a year, and will  commence 'her .duties _after .the. midsummer vacation.  marks, 900;" candidates 2, passe'd 2���������������������������  Emma-A. Carlson,' 555; Willard D.  Greyell, 486. Full course, maximum  marks, 1200; number .candidates, 1;  passed, 1���������������������������-John Richardson, 640. Advanced course, maximum marks, 1000;  candidates, 2;  Johnson, 639.  John Simpson, M. __., formerly  ���������������������������principal of the Enderby . public  school, has been appointed principal  of the Waterfofd' high school, at a  salary of $1200 a year. He, will have  two assistants. Waterford -is 18  miles south of Brantford, Ont., and  15 miles-north of Port Dover. Mr.  ���������������������������Simpson's duties will commence on  Sept. 6th. - He-is at present in Toronto.  A Vernon despatch to the Vancouver Province tells of- "a bad man  from Kamloops" kidnapping Dr.  Williams little girl while she was sit-  I ting in the father's automobile which  had met with- a   break-down on the  T.  R.  Skelton,  of Hullcar has just  harvested five tons   of potatoes from  > one acre  of   ground.    These  he sold  passed,    1-Edythe   from thfi fieW at ?25 & ton    Thug h<J  cropped $125 from the acre���������������������������enough  to more than pay for the land. The  potatoes were planted between the  rows of fruit trees which are occupying the land. Mr. Skelton is "'much  impressed with the possibilities of  _the__new_potatoe__brou _ht_ from_Eng_.  of -his mammoth timothy���������������������������six _cet  tall. How is that for the beautiful  Mara Valley���������������������������and thc Fall show-coming, on !  .  ���������������������������  " -'  We welcome ,a new-comer, to' our  midst this week. Mr.. Bazclcy has acquired- a, part of ��������������������������� the Moser homestead on,Mara Lake  F. C! Davies' and .brother,' and G.,  E. Shaw, - of ,-Peachland, have purchased from Rupert, Davy that romantic slip of peninsula' land adjoining, James Bell. If river frontage  counted .for dollars���������������������������and it, may some  day���������������������������they have -all the Valley beat:  Chas. ,W. Little put the deal through.  Success to them.  The adjourned school meeting oh  Saturday, July 30th, resulted in the  selection by acclamation of Harry  Johnson to fill the vacancy on the  trustee board, and Wm. Elson was  chosen as_jiuditor.  The coming" event of the present  week is the   organization meeting of  George Bell this week started, work"  on the ground between" the Bell  block and 'the post office, preparatory  for the erection of a single-story brick  block to fill the gap between these  buildings and give a solid brick block,  fronting Cliff street from Maud 'to  Belvedere streets: The partly-burned-  frame building   occupied by A. Ful-.  ton at the time of the Dake fire,-was  Harry Johnson is saving a sample I torn down and the debris burned, and-  now work is to'proceed" on the- foundation of the new. block.   This will  advance as   rapidly   as workmen can.  be had to do the work".  With ; the    handsome   pressed-bfick  bank block on  the    opposite'corner,.  now in the   course    of erection, and"  this-new addition to the Bell proper.'  ty, to   be   followed   shortly    by the  two-story" "brick"   to be erected by S.  Poison for the Poison Mercantile Co.  on "the corner of -Cliff and Belvedere  streets, the business centre will soon  show    great   improvement,  and this  will add "greatly- to   the progress of.  the town.  WRIGHT ACREAGE SOLD-  land by him, known as the "Come to  Stay" variety.  It must   have   been   an   agreeable  surprise to our city lathers that they  road and the father was under the  machine endeavoring to make repairs. The .man drove off, and Dr.  Williams gave chase as soon as he  could get the machine to run, and  overtook the kidnapper and recovered  his child. "The police have been put  on the track," says the dispatch with  a touch of irony.  Another step in the development of  the valuable Mabel Lake Valley was  The Enderby   Football Team went J taken   this    week    when Mike Hupel ' t_������������������7ftass that $200 they were able  to^rmstro^g J������������������t_Wednesday ^ the   papcrs   an(1    forwarded | to make a road sufllclontly good for  onc of the regular delivery teams of  thc A. R. Rogers Lumber Co. to  haul lumber over it in 1500-foot loads  The Wright Meadow property,--con-'  sisting of 50 acres, adjoiningthe city "  on .the north, was sold this week ;to  Geo.  Bell,  Thos.    Pound  engineering  the deal.   It was virtually a cash buy'  and one of   the   best   that has "be.n  the new Mara   District' Farmers' In- Jmade   here   in   many    moons.     The  stitut'e; on Saturday, Aug. 6th, at 10 !sal(*   of   t,1,s    acreage    property " by  a.'rn.   _A Jarge_ and   representative iMr- Wright permits him to cut .loose".  gathering "from tiie   whole district is 'from Enderby and    devote his entire  looked   for.     Get    your  nominations  attention to Vancouver property. .-.:  ready.  Thc weather of the past two weeks  has been ideal.     Even the two-days'  were able to construct the road on'rain. Such copious showers would be  the Lawes' hill property at. so little ' hailed with exuberance and optimis-  expense. For months they have been tic statements in the American pa-  holding back owing t.  the enormous  pers, and    under   flare    heads would  COMMISSIONER METCALFE'  expense . it was going - to entail.  They believed it impracticable, if not  impossible.   And yet, for an expendi-  noon and enjoyed a hot game with ,thom to the postoffice dcpartmcnt for  thc Armstrong team. the score at , approval| by which he contracts to  the finish    stood   1-0 in Armstrong's J run a rogular mail stag0 from Bn(ler_  favor.   A return game will be played  at Enderby next Saturday evening.  A Victoria paper claims that the  University Commissioners havc made  known their decision in the matter  of university site, and names Victoria as the place. A Vancouver paper which claims to have inside information, names Point Grey as the  site selected.  The Waterworks Committee wish  to notify all water users that the  signal for turning off the water.to  make the necessary repairs, etc., to  the system will be six strokes of the  town bell given two at a time. A |  rapid-striking tongue will be hung in  the bell for use in giving a fire alarm  The work put on the City Hall  grounds this week has been liberally  praised by most people using Cliff  street. The good work will proceed  until the city property is in perfect  order and a credit to the officials in  whose hands the matter rests.  by to Hupcl, four miles this side of  Mabel Lake. Mr. Hupel will make  two trips a week. This is the mail  service the Board of Trade and the  citizens generally have petitioned thc  government for in the past six  months. It is one that has been long  needed, and will be a great accommodation to fifty or more settlers in  that vicinity, besides the hundred or  more men in the lumber camps. A  regular stage service will open up  this ideal camping country to outing  parties, and should make the Mabel  Lake better known to Enderbyites.  jit is a country that has no equal for  fishing, hunting and pleasure camping  and will rapidly become a Mecca for  land place it on the ground where  Contractors Blanchard & English  are erecting a handsome cottage for  Miss Cobb.  The communication published in  these columns last week from a member of the fire chief's association of  B. C, should receive a great deal of  consideration at the hands of the  city council and citizens generally.  In J. .C. English we have a good fire  chief, but what can a good flre chief  accomplish at a fire if he has not a  practiced su_uad of firemen to assist  him. We have no organized fire brigade, and not more than three or  four men in town   who know how to  appear,-'-'Millions of Dollars Added to  Our Crops." We, however, accept all  and for the most part say nothing.  Ought we to be so stingy in our  praise of such largesse of Nature ?  J. M. ROBINSON HEARD FROM  parties of this type.   Mr. Hupel will   work a hydrant wrench or to clap on  commence the   stage service as soon ���������������������������a nozzle.     We never see the fire bri-  as he receives   word   from the post-  office department.  For Sale���������������������������Motor power washing  machine; $25. Almost new. Apply  Lumber Company' office.  gade out at practico and have never  had a public test of the Ever-Ready  chemical engine the city recently put  in stock. These facts .might well  set us to thinking along the lines of  better preparedness.  J. M. Robinson, the father of Summerland and Naramata, and to whose  untiring zeal and good management  so much was due in making the Naramata regatta such a great success,  has written a letter to Manager  Reeves, of the Enderby Baseball Club!  stating that the Regatta Committee  have taken exceptions to the ruling  of Umpire McGregor in deciding thc  tied game between Summerland and  Enderby in favor of Summerland, and  will not accept the decision as final.  Mr. Robinson further states that he  is prepared to pay the entire expense  of the Enderby baseball team to Naramata to play off the game at thc  third regatta to be held at that  place on September 5th, making the  trip cost the boys nothing from the  time they leave Enderby until they  return, and further, to put up a  purse of $50 to be played for in addition to the championship cup. In  view of this very liberal offer, and  the apparent   desire    of the Regatta  A summary of the last report furn- -  lished    by   Fruit    Commissioner Mot-  icalfe from the   fruit    markets of the  Northwest:  Strathcona���������������������������Fruit .dealer __here'-_e--"l-  port small fruits bf all kinds arriving in good condition from B. 'C. -  Prices havc been well maintained but  supply vcry short of demand. Calgary��������������������������� Some of the best cherries arriving on the market here havc been  from the Lower Mainland; arriving  in excellent   condition; held  up well.  At the meetirg of thc City Council  Monday evening tho building by-law  passed its final reading. Decided to  write Mr. Moll "et that as the department has no plan of the Salmon Arm  road on file, the City will take 33 feet  from the centre of the present road  each way. Tax Collector was instructed to hold delinquent tax sale Sept. 10,  at the City Hall. Decision in the matter of refunding taxes on parsonage  home3 postponed. City declined to execute lease in favor of C. P. R. for the  ground on which band stand had been  placed, at a rental of $12 a year. Permit granted Geo. Bell to erect a solid  brick single-story building on Cliff St.  Best bread will always be found on  hand for camps and ranches. Buns  fresh four days a week. City Bakery,  A. Burbidge, proprietor.  New Century Washing Machines, ?9;-'  Fulton's Hardware. . him   that-  might fly a  Or  v   .  THE RAiSING OF ZWEIDORF-  _ ������������������<_r__l_ _ . ��������������������������� ������������������������������������^n ������������������������������������������������������_������������������������������������������������������������������������  j .'suitable"' 'rnalel.   for his  daughter,  bui; now lhc world had so thriven  ho   looked   upon   it  higher kite in the  i matrimonial market.    At this junc-  i (.11 rt.- it was that Captain lhc l.aron  i von   Hump, soli   took   up   his -qiiar-  ici's at ihe  ������������������������������������������������������ Guidon   Magic."; j  i) a mail of the on plain's powers,  ..ii u.. _-rv.ti.ni il  wa.. hpo.c.lilv pi ii- j  I I  jf-nl thai- .mid Sy-duw was an un-,  '��������������������������� commonly prcLl\ girl, that licr;  .fallicr was well in do, and thai aid  ', ;nivonturor like  ! worse than   wed  ffi's___xa_a*s^s^hi___^?s!i  ieeps ihe Brain Clear and Keen?  .ecanse ii Pr  omo.es Healfli  rlil-    do  ��������������������������� il  Iho  ...U'Tl.!i   il.  . 01 \  ibtl  wa.  |.'_  -ul'd;  Uu.m.o Hu  v.;:: :i man nf much oral'l and many  il.ua--'.     l.)i( .<.".;it In ������������������-nrpa>^ in 11' o _    ^ ,  ...treme  fulsii-v    uf hi1-   l"iig.ic,   he j [r,1'l> ��������������������������� \'-  had a iiaLuruf ability ior !>_.;���������������������������. .lie;1";^ !l,,m,t  wauled  but (iii-?   trail in   !i>  diur-i       ''  <:clcr  tu liuxc become ;i   ir:  Xiiniuenin1 mi.  lhe  i.'.-upciitcr.'  "If you believe ;il! the town  iaillois lell, heawn help you; and  vei.'"   continued     MarUiii,  j     '  .illlU.'ll  '  _llf-CUV .IT-!  h!IllM.II  the  heiress  !_������������������'!<:."      lie   very     mjoii  his linsl's weakness, and  nictl  iLn-  i'lev   hay  known  bigger   I'  h:ni  ilia I."  ton.''   went     mi  ilse  .    _-. i  ' wcreant. easting an oblique gluii-co  U llSl'l _Kl- i.V- ���������������������������   ' i.   i     i     ii C'..  ,  i 1, ! a I  his companion,     that- llerr o> -  . capable |  .       ,     ,     ,'.   ,        ..      , .      ,       ,     '  ,    , | ��������������������������� , <-, \du\x   bioks higher ior Ins. daughter.  <i' p:o!ting stupendous crimes,   but-i .      ." ,        , ���������������������������,, , _i_ -.'_  1 ������������������       '  -ar.d dun i    tavur    ih.    car pernor s  ���������������������������on', villain-- piuck.    Ho was capable j  his nerve ever failed iiini in carrying iheiu out. N'o conscii'iitioiis  0(.inpunctioiis would have made hini,  ���������������������������waver, but he hud ;: great regard j jl^!1&  fur ids own miserable carcase. Ifc  had u wholesome dread of buth the  galkovs and the halbroi!.. 'Phis,  luckily   for  himsejf,   had  kept  liim  bu. a . iinewhat milk-and-water ol-  fiTido!- lifter ail.  ing l-raii.  in hi.  devotion lo Von  .iron  thar:  th_l lie ,������������������hudd.rod  The one  rcdeem-  _ha. icier   was Iiis  D 1 fi'i      i  l)lir_!M.   '.  Jloiiipf. .ch.        J hej       h  i,  will   ol   his  captain  jiad more  once indued fiim t��������������������������������������������� run risks'  to look back ui)-!  1mm I.  j     '"Foolish old man."' ..aid M a ri ha,  oinewli'it   impatiently   from  he  spiniiiMg-whe  has  turned    his    head.    Since  the  "Goklon  Kagie'   has  so  thriven   he  would   n.ocls   make   Gvedel  a lady,  l-i.'d sooner   sec    her married    to  some rapscallion with ������������������������������������������������������ ^  bis  name    than  1 .   ^  ���������������������������'.Ha!''   exehiiuiH    tiie   sergean  Sits   tlie   wind  ie   Cant a in is  all.  ..is (|uickly ma fie up his mind to exchange lhc Von before his name for  I hi(ji-r Sytlow's   daughter and nceu-  j mi: la led   hoards.     Hut  lhe eapl.'iin  I wa.s much loo astute a- man not to  I see ore   long   that   tin;   fair (Jrnlcl  viewed his attentions not only with  iudiJ'I'erence,   but almost  with   dislike.     ''Citadel  pro-occupied.'"  was  hi', brief comment as this discovery  forced itself upon him.  "To   litul out who by is  tbe first  step to take,   to  ascertain  whether  hi.-;   removal   from Zweidorf society  rospcmyj))(. pussji>]fi (.he second, to translate  kin' to other climes the third."  Consequently when Hoffmann reported to him the information ho  had   acquired    that    morning,   Cue  To serve���������������������������heat in. oven, pour hot milk over it and salt to  tnste.    Sold by all grocers, 13c. a carton; two for 25c.  [a towi ������������������__������������������-,      r_J' ._   _    asEZSzs*?srJ      ��������������������������������������������� _K_    _____ __-_  iStill, i'il do my besi," and touch-' pai Zimnierniann was tbe ohsl.acl.  ing his cap Hoffmann took his de-. i ��������������������������� his path, made, all the Von Horn-  pa rtu re. j p>"S_b blood  in   his  veins: boil with'  Y  es,   it  !���������������������������_  ti.  i Von oetore j t-r_pi_riim   received     it     with    much  wile   to a decent;, s;lLis[acLio|1_      H  ;i,  o    only   wailed  to  discover   whom  his  rival   might bc  o commence iho game in earnest,  ir horse that snuffeth up I  work, ' mused - x on  i noinpcsch. "The vanity of tins  I foolish old innkeeper is much tick-  { led at the thought, of mating his  : daughter with a Baron. Papa Sy-  Idow will bc safe to use all his in-  ��������������������������� fbicnco in m.y favor; and Papa Sy-  luow's savings will be very satisfactory to have the disbursement of.  The girl, too, is worth winning, the  more especially us she is guilty of  the impertinence of affecting to  turn her nose up at- my wooing, ily  pretty    G.redel,  you   will    lie    the  is  ���������������������������even  minded   with  Lis   admiration i  ���������������������������of  his  master.      Men    who   know! l^1]1;'^]  themselves devoid of it,  havc  ever' ���������������������������"'!fl101  ������������������reat reverence  for personal Courage: moreover, Hoffmann probably  deemed his immediate chief _ dan-  jgKious; man to   thwart.  Now   Se.i'KO.uit.    Hoffmann    knew  i    ; i   timi   _n;ivf. r . .t it_n iiin m _,_���������������������������_,,_  likely then to have j [*]'," '^{^ yon" HompcKi'ir was \ iWiroi.css von Honipcsch,  lillle  in  his woomg/'       jquhe  j(,b;!ant. thafc Uic  prizo   wasj.yu may think if.    _ our obstinacy  and  on.   Thero was, perhaps, some fear;'1 ,',<:'Ae -., ..   ,     ,.     .i,���������������������������   ,  i     '-Kven      so,       replied    Mai tha. i m . U) ])Q wnn wilj10ut tri,.kerv ���������������������������-"" l  tea r,  v!  plaiting  her apron,   "and    Caspar; c.i,jcaMo.    .11   was  a s;atisfaction   to  will be productive of some  grief and die-comfort to that worthy  indignation.  (To be con tinned.)  ���������������������������'Waiter." said a guest at an hole! as he inspected his bill beforo  leaving, "there is one item omitted." "What- item, sirP inquired  the waiter. "'The manager Kaid  ���������������������������'Good morning"* io me yesterday,  ano has forgotten to charge for it-!''  mniiii   the belter  help.1  ���������������������������pe.ifo-.Cy well  that his captain had  "How do  vou   make   that  out?  for K'-rno  time   pondered  upon   the  y    of     wedding    Gredel  8lie     w:is a   very  pretty  <j.nj.   ;:n   only  daughter,   and   both  sipped ranee and  report favored tlie  advisabilit  1 Sydow.  " .i  asked  the sergeant tersely.  "It is:  very  simple.     We arc all  perverse  by  nature.    Forbid us  to  love a man.  an-,  serve our turn."  "Very true, verv true  lht sergeant. "But look here,  .Martha, thc captain has set his  heart upon winning your mistress,  lfi.-'d be liberal of his gold to any  who  him   to plunge once- more   into  intrigue.      Zweidorf   began  to hang,  somewhat, heavy on his hands, and]  .,  he   was  getting     tired of devising: l-,"i',U1-.';  traps foi  1  none  other shall   j1Kjectj  10j-^  gigantic  bumpkins:  citizen  Herr    Ziirimermann.      Yes,  my  friend of  the  hammer, I. think  you  will have,  to  be  removed temit   all    events    from the  ~T; spliero you at present adorn," and  laughed  nelp hmi."  of   his   promises,   more  might-  "Liberal  l:ke.    Jt. is of them and Iheir kisses  urn   are   most-   lavish   when     ihey  Indite with  maids.''  idea, tii a l. when Papa Sydow should  ���������������������������be gathered to his fathers,  a very  .handsome  portion   would    fall    to  Gredel's lot.    The  idea,   whioh  he.  had  inst- heard  for the  Jirst  lime, i      ... .   _.   , _     t i ;..  _,.    ,   .i ���������������������������    ,. r,- ,, 'i       \ ou   s ha I  have   earnest,  ol  Ins  that this Caspar Zunmennann. the!  carpenter,    should    in., rfere, with  the  captain's project-,   plunged  the,  sergeant-  inlo  wrathful  cogitation.!  Caspar    Ziinnicrmann's   sl.lwarti  form   and giunl   ^tafnre  had  early  aiira.'ed   the   notice     of    the     re-  i generosity  at    once if    you'll   side  : with him,"  exclai .ied the. sergeant  j eagerly.  like you must have some inlluence  .such    cozening,   lying.)  the captain indulged in a low laugh.  Dangerous, an unscrupulous man  ano scheming principally to his sor-i...     .,. ; .    ��������������������������� ,  ,    I- i  j i like. Ims, under such circumstances  geant ol  late. : ���������������������������.,        ���������������������������  ,,    .        .-    ,     .    .,       ,    , , ���������������������������  " .-m   . i Ti-fi-,-      ^   i     ,   ;_ i I ie girls beautv had attracted hu  Good,  mv   Hoffmann,   "lie said,!..       *     .,-. v    .. ... ,  ,      T, ���������������������������        ., ������������������������������������������������������,      I lancv.     Her   reiection   of  his    ad-  Gaterpillar  ���������������������������   boo,  lieo ; 1 don't look a bit like mamma.  ���������������������������Life. ���������������������������  good.     It was the  very   miornia-. , . .        .        rr  ci )   i       ,-> i'        ���������������������������     fi.,.   vaiices had woun-cc<    vis pride, hcr  lion   .1  needed.      One-plays in the ��������������������������� ,    . ,     ,    * , ,-  ,     .presumed  oowry    had  aroused his  ones ath ersary. |' . pit      n . :  ,  i     i.    .1.    i npaoilv. In one of Von Ho .ipescli s i  not be long be- ���������������������������  , '       ," ., , - '  t   i     __���������������������������    icearacter no three stronger passions!  cast lo Heir- ������������������      i       .      i  oark not knowing  .But- J   think it will  fore, L erv  check  al  Nobody ever has a word of sympathy for a dog catcher.  I' don't know about.  could have been raised, and ho was  I II.11 II   I 111(1 il li . 1     'U.  il    I-    I.1IUO     rl .-"-.'-ll' .        . I   ' I     I'l       i i , i     ,.,.1  ,    M        ,���������������������������        , .,      ���������������������������   ,   ��������������������������� u   ol a kind   ike v to slop at little m  late,    continued thc captain, rub-1      . -+,.*-,        .....  i-i      i        ,.,i        i.n  i      ,i   :<->ider  to compass    his cn<!s,      lie  _ng Ins hands soltIv.       .But mate!,    ,    , -'      ������������������������������������������������������       , ,  , . '"iii- ' ' looked  upon it as much condesccn-  .Tuiti.!c>' party, but their overtures  had mi far been met with ironical  rejection.    Sergeant Hoffmann  bc-  /.lu.niorinanu  r.\  b  for Iii in means a male also for mc. j  Ka, ha; Hoffmann." And both cap-  , tain   and    sergeant     indulged   in  "A    quick-witted wcncli-|luilgl|LR]. ,u. lh^ jf0l.mcr's jest, |  {     "Yes,   you did  well  to  buy   Ihalj  ever hor mistress. ' igirl,"   continued    Von    Hompeschi-,      ,, , .     ,  ���������������������������'[   novpf  wi'-   oled'-ed   vet    but!        ���������������������������     ,        .-.cm   ��������������������������� 1 ��������������������������� i   ! idea that, a-mere master carpenter  i   m.\ci   wa.,  pi   _.-.ett   \oi,   uuu  );ll,Sirio-]v.    "She s a  clever  quick--       ,,, ,        . ,   ,.       , .     ,.,,   ,  d  tfik'oi   in  bear  me    n  mine   of     -u   i'"       i   <i   ,    i->      _  i couki bc preferred before him idled  o   ion., u   m   ui .u   im.   .n   mum  oi   v;I([ec| >\-Cjich  thafc.   Don I- be spar- , . , -      ,      , , ,.  c .. ,,       _. ,     .   ' his mmd in aliout equ.'u proportions!  mc ol the g<il<   as tar as she is-con-     .,, ,, ,       '    ��������������������������� , ,      u   i  ������������������     i       7,.    i ��������������������������� . , with Avralh  and astonishment.    He,  ccrne<l.       n   slie    gives  no assist  lit."   replied   .Martha,   turning half  iawav  from her companion.   ".But,''"  be well!  she   'continued    hesitatingly.  ' wo-  sioit on his part lhal, he should  profess honorable love for Gredel  at all, and indeed had .it not been  for her father's reputed wealth  would  hardlv have  done   so.    The  thought,  h.m  thai   it  wouui   uo   _cic . , ,    ��������������������������� _i���������������������������  -���������������������������    -   ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������- -.���������������������������   -- -i-  i ,   .       -l\     ��������������������������� ir .   c     i man is weak, and since vou sav uie f,.���������������������������.,, ;nc_,,f.,,;ll(, :,.. ,,.,,, ei,.,,,���������������������������   v,.,.  to prosecute with vigor a Ibrlalion   -     _   ���������������������������     ��������������������������� . "i      ���������������������������  ', Horn iniei iei ing in an,\  snajie.  i ou  ,,    ,   ,      i    ,     , -,,     , ���������������������������   ,        ' oaiitain  is    so desperately    in  love -���������������������������      -   ���������������������������  tliKl  II    ...c      Siu:.    no   ..,.,!--,-h;u,    |ookod   u Qrcilc|;s   coynCSS|  ance.  ������������������].<.* worth    money fco kccp|ns shcc,. coquctry ai firgt. (h'011 ifc|'  dawned upon him thai there was a. j  wjjth her���������������������������vou di<l sav he was des-  may as well asi< her to marry you  , ...,;il hj Lhc ^^    ^ gQ hage bo-..n  Kotlmann, it- will keep hcr in good i n v;v.,(1   f.nish ,    fl(, ,,;k1 hcard of a  ^  ,���������������������������     tm,  i   \x    n c .   i oiiPP^<l a gold  piece ui i.)   he girls  orcc.     Ihat Martha was the co_p_-,,   ll fc     -j'    ....      ,       ,  n  ,./--,     , i   IT  ,-_��������������������������� i,   bv no means unwilling hand.  .j.'ghtcd  our  ti'ofh : bn  md so easy to fool as mos   the..maid_was .the, fi rs.fc.stcp_i n_ a, love.  affair  the  sergeant- hold   to   bc  an!  undeniable, axiom.  he was, he had played Leporcllo by cV.'.".'','_  tins girl sil(L.rf  was  accusiomc<|   to   i0<]gc   at  oi Lhei_i.jlh|.    "Golden   .K,lgic."      hc   i,aci  de.med    that   his   attentions   and  girl's  head.    .Hut  In    find     that   a  mere  dnnteofGredd   Hoffmann was well,    Mat.Lha u-as apparently cpiitc un-   ,. WWV   PT?   QO    _i__TT_- ������������������_ ������������������!l,otmotl    lhal    hl*   ttttenlit"'������������������  aware,   and that the corruption  ot' {;i,r]Sci,.us ()f thl! JcoirK  ^^'gj,    hcr j    W HY   Bih   SO   THIN ?' i uoalth might have turned the g  -r(i 11 g e-r-h-hA . sied-^u-po i i=4t-r^_i-l i^i=-s 11 e-l  ���������������������������T,, f ,       i said, dcuiurelv, "we mird see, iiooi  I'.I-f.'lvorrd  as' .    , ,       , , .      ,  "  ���������������������������'       what  we  can   ilo    tor    nim. !  never  was   woman   vet   that1  in     means    unsuccessfully    before,;  now.    Did not  Wilkes sav that- tlie1  handsome fa-x* had but thirty min-  r;ice   for a  wo  nt es'   .-tart   iu   the  woman's good will, whieh to a eun  ning    tongue    was  ruld keep I'm. n helping on a genu  ine  love affair."  They   aie   all     alike,"   thought-  ;;TliTmicss"is "Emb"afl������������������_. ffigT 1*Blreiil^pTjmFwor?ilig~cr.'ff1_T_arrnkT"Cas=  tliy  and  >'ot    _<_i_nr:il���������������������������Voi*mtil:i |  >'ow l.'soil Which Adds From Otic|  lo Tluee Pounds a  Week.  /___.*__.  C_rcs SproLMf. Te������������������_<Dn,  Cellnv bk������������������_ Effi������������������_cilc' G-_a1s  '.'~i s.-ir.llo!'^ A������������������o., V/iiin'i _ _,  Uclobrr 11th. X'-'W.  "1 i>..v.   U'.i'.l yo-.ir Sp,_rii: l,'u_ tin .1 Siiruwy  IVutian villi c...l msuIIi mi'l I iv.u ri'cuitiuicml il  for'Coll;u_,il Sa.!.Jla <__1_;:." .1. n. Jlu'itt  Spavin Cure  Is a Uessinj; io fatjaen uij stnokuirli. In Uui _oit  40_j������������������r������������������, Keiid-xll������������������ Siistji. C:iro Ir.i:������������������ lllomlly navml  tnil_c:>j ci tiollara l-f. 1:im-v ������������������\rnci.r  It il _:e une matSjtli_. in 11 _!ivajr-t In.dpv������������������n(l.!<i  upon to ab:oln!������������������!jr cuic b|Kt������������������ln, _Uni:l)imc, Cinb.  Splint, .S������������������-(-]:iii_   and Iauk>i:<_..  Kevrr Wi.-.ti-ra, torn 0? tiirim U.'i !_ Ir ������������������t1i������������������.  As kodiI for.  an r_ icr liottst.  K������������������.p Kendiill'i ������������������Iwmt. in .r. . I. a bnltln���������������������������  8 far t-X. V������������������lieu yuu hny at y.-.nr iloi'J'-T'H, %������������������t rop|  0. cm took "A Traatl . U������������������ TU* lliila*'1���������������������������it _ (tra  ���������������������������er writ* ui f,y  DB. 1. J. .SNDAl.l. CO., r,no_>nra Fslis, VI.  ���������������������������>. it \>*���������������������������:;._���������������������������<y: _  ]-_very one  ought  lo have    some  jiloffmann;    if    soft    wo ids    won'tie.xfra llesh  on  the   bony   .structure  s. aice  wor  rth  I servi  sake  of  ���������������������������)  eat the j-org.-j  t-o thc side of1  a:;:! remarked, I  late  .reluming!  Kvery  one    pities a    thin,  bony  horse,  but horses  don't   know it���������������������������  i while  Ihiii   people  are  both  piiied  their turn, try gold or rib-jof l-b(! body, both for thc  bons. Well, good'-bve, Martha, . health and ..elf-estccm.  for the iirescnt.''-he- exclaimed.! .Mo^t thin people, are, .seiiRitjvc. lo  '���������������������������Kemeinber vou arc listed now uii-M1'-^ 1,!,1'sh' unfeeling criticisms  der the canlain'.. I. nncr, and are j whl(1'h 'T ul0,,sL;u,,,.v. '^"ig hurled  l-lcdged to lender service when.j'V'thtM)1 b-V Ul,; morc 'ortunate well-  called upon." i figured  persons.  "VII   not   forget,"   replied Mai  t-h.'i with a saucy little nod, and she  sued watching the .sergeant as ho'*1'1.    ��������������������������� r    1   i     i.     , n     ,. .    x  ,   ,   h    ,,       . b   . laid  ridiculed.    H ought not. to be,  "Ah.  ,he linum. .you  think,   to! ^A. ^n   d0 m i . ������������������   '   -   , ' Ibu.-it is.  ]if.(.n   lo Captain  von   llompe-eh's1       0h '  U C ,V' ,a,,"-v.''    I'1"'';   sl;������������������ i   -A. well rounded figure, be it man  .soft  .p.....hec" |..H.rn.ur_cl at  last,     tual  >.cks  to|ol. w0,nan, excites admiration . not  I1"1'   f01'^'11,11    l,lil)(l s!oiilv   for   the    figure    but I'or the'  Hut   the gold is good, iir;ohi (.Ves,   pink cheeks,  red lips,  gold,      she  continued.,   looking   at' ...  Hoffmann's gift, '���������������������������and what I give  f'T- it lies at iny own discretion.  .May you never repent your bargain, ilerr Hoffman."  Hising  from   his  ant luiinped across  the siiinningwheeb  "Your   mistress   is  from the market,  Martha. '  "It. may be, Heir Hoffmann, that  .sin: has met, with those that cut.:r-  fnin hcr."  "if  poeehes.  she     lingers  ,    : compass    a  ,   ,. -s,Im  (lest met ion  wastes   much  time   upon    a    sina  f.  ir  tnat,  wii.n a,  matter,     replied    the gir  saucy loss of her-'head.  "Vou may say what you will."  relorli.d 'Hoffmann, "you are a!l  alike   upon   f.hat point,   and   there  never was petticoat yet but- lent a,I ...... ,,,.,,,,,, TII  kindly ear to a  soldier's wooing/'! UIAI ' '' h 1U  "A soldier makes   a    jioor -"vor.!     Martha was quite right when she I  He's  hen.- to-day    and    awa,-    to-'said that prosperity had somewhat  and vigorous carriage which accompany a- well-nourished  body.  morrow, and leaves Ins  _weet:.":..rt  iiiinei  with linger in  mouth and the tear  Papa Svdow's head. As the  Strength,    health,    beauty     an<  sound flesh abound, if lhe blood and  nerves get enough nourishment out  of the food eaten.  This    prescription    aids    nature;  helps absorption, digestion nnd as-  i similat ion ;    helps    distribute    tho  i blood  and    nerve    elements  which  ,. ,,        ,       ,   ,    ,    ,      ,       ,    ���������������������������   ,   i make sound flesh.    Get the ingrcdi-  _ little  cabaret, hud  deve oped    nitoi,,. ;nul makc> ifc ai homc< ancj se0  in her eye. j the loading inn of Zweidorf. so had : j . w vcrv  f.,;.^ ,  "Ha. ha," chuckled the sergeant.; l''apa  Svdow's    d.sircs  and   anibi- j    '],,    0,'half    pint    bottle,  "Vou're afraid of losing us-- 'out'turn,  increased.    As Martha   said,!t]liec ounces  of essence of  pepsin,  _���������������������������'" u"'1 _set his foolish old head_ iip-|(l;n-c ounces    syrup  lil.i.^e^    a        '.-.������������������<>< i     li*i^l .."���������������������������!_        :   hi   nuiL'HHr  .'i   1;  BAKES bread, pie and cake ���������������������������  bakes them perfectly all through,  and browns ihem appetizingly.  ROASTS beef, poultry and "yam*  with  a steady  heat, which preserves the rich natural flavor.  BROILS steaks and chops���������������������������makes  them tender and inviting.  TOASTS brend, muffins, crackers and cheese,  No drudgery of coal and  ashes; no stooping to get at  the oven; no smoke, no dust,  no odor���������������������������just good cooking  with greater fuel economy.  Irons and water in wash-  boiler always hot.   The  you gain  in  weight,  pint-    bottle,   obtain  losing u  v. hen  tiie knot's tic  "Ho liiake^ a good' husband,''  inierrupted Mariha. "'I)t; you  know why I" sho continued with a  ���������������������������lmivt- of lam.hto;'. "Ih-eause he's Caspar  lik<'!y to be awav fi,r tlie most pari,  and there's good hope he may never  come   back."  ai.Ui  of    rhubarb.  mc ounce compound cs-  D,v the" way,',;, said iinffmanii,  "the gossips have it that your  mistress  look;; kindly  upon Caspar  no hai  .mi making a lady of his pretty Ore-' 'j'i1L>|  dei, and bitterly  regretted that he'  ado    one  ounce  en rpen-: iinel ure cadomenc    compound (nofc  Ier   s'-nm four y-ears ba-ck.    At the. cardamom).     Shake  well  ami  take  time (.'aspar, the best craftsman of ;. teaspoonful before meals and one  I lie  trade   for  many   ;i   mile   round : .-.fter meals.     Also'drink  plenty of  seiice eardiol. shake and  let stand  lad  sanctioned    ber     betrothal   to|(Wl    h<uirs;  then    " '"'  _imiuermann.  the  Zweidorf, stout-limbed and steady,  jus! setting up iu business mi his  own account, had lookei  rl  water between  meals and wiicn  re-  tiiim:.     Weigh  yourself  before  be-  1 good and  git ning,  has a Cabinet Top with shelf For1 keeping plates and food hot.  Drop shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans, and ni ckehd tc wel rocks.  It has long turquoise-blue enamel chimneys. The nickel finish,  with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes the stove very attractive and invites cleanliness. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the  2 and 3-burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet.  CAUTIONARY MOTE:  Be snr. you ������������������el Hits stove���������������������������set lhat lhc usinc-ptatc reads "._'"_ PEttFSCI'lOS."  Every dcr.ler everywhere ; if not ut yours, write I'or Descriptive Circular  to thc nearest nn'cr.cy of the  T_te Imperial Oil Company,  Limited.  n_s___3__ra_&e____^^  _358e__ssa___&������������������8___i_^^ &.  WOES OF  WOMANHOOD  it l(.  ft  .Weakness ancl Suffering Banished  by Dr. William.s' Pink Pills.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills arc good  for _ion and women, and growing  boys and girls, but they an  in a special way for woman  spi._ial times a woman needs  dicine to ciirieh and regulate hei'  blood supply, or hcr life will be  one round of suffering. That is  when Or. Williams' Pink Pills aro  woitli their weight in gold, _.r they  actually make new' blgod._ There  is not a nionth in hev life from fifteen to ilft-y ll.aft Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills arc not a boon to every  v.'.'man. They help the growing  girl safely over the. critical time  when her blood is overtaxed by new  demands. To the woman of middle  life, they bring relief and bring her  strength for her time bi change.  .And during the,,thirty odd years  that be between Dr. "Williams'  Pink Pills fill a woman's life with  thc happiness of health, giving her  strength and energy for every  function. _\ woman's surest pro-  "teet-ion against, all the ills that  conic fco her because of her sex, is  to set her blood right at once by  a course of Dr. Williams' Pink  riils���������������������������-mid then to keep the blood  right by taking the Pills occasionally. Mrs. Eliza ��������������������������� (.outbid1, St.  Juome, Que., is one of the many  unfortunate sufferers restored to  health by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  She says : "Ft would be difficult for  me to say how much I suffered. I  v/a. tormented by headaches and  backaches; my appetite failed and  T wasted away to such an extent  that 1 .was    unable    to do house  HOME. 1  STRAWBERRIES.  good ,      .        T,. ,  At      Sun   Cooked  Strawberries.���������������������������Pick  me- fl^cr berries, carefully select sound  ones and place others aside for  jam, Weigh fruit and sugar as for  preserves and add enough water to  sugar to dissolve; eook syrup and  when boiling hard drop in berries  carefully. Cook just long enough  to thoroughly heat berries; remove  fiom fire and pour in shallow platters and dishes; set on table or  bench in bright sunshine for two or  thiec days, or until juice is thick  as desired; cover with mosquito  ne. ting' and when done place in  j_is and seal tightly.  Strawberry Hint.���������������������������If strawberries arc washed carefully before  thev arc hulled, their juice will not  gather in the bottom of the dish  in whieh they aro placed. Berries  can bc kept in this way for a day  and a half without a bit o'f the juice  leaving thc fruit.  Strawberry Shortcake.���������������������������Sift together two cupfuls of flour, two  teaspoonfuls of baking powder, one  teaspoonful of salt. Rub one-half  cupful of lard in flour and add  enough cold water to formsofb  d.i ugh. Divide in two portions,  roll out one portion, and place in  pan, allowing dough to come half  way up side of pan. J .oil out rc-  naiuder of dough, spread with soft  butter, and place on first portion.  B_kc about twenty minutes in a  moderate oven. Stem, wash, and  drain one quart o'f berries, add one  -y ���������������������������-..-*���������������������������.'.' - i..-.-1-.i.,..'. i re'iff _������������������.___���������������������������..��������������������������� >v - "������������������'..������������������.'. __r<y^w  -v.'-crk.      I    was constantly taking: and a half cupfuls of sugar; crush  medicine,  bn  it did not help me  any. Oue dav a friend urged me  to try Dr. Williams'- Pink Pills,  t������������������i/d f procured a couple of boxes.  P>y the time these were done I felt  somo improvement,  and ' thus cn-  c< r, raged  the Pills,  day, until a  'seven   boxes.    I  and  strong, and  I continued    the use of  gaining strength day by  "'er I had taken six or  was    again  well  I have since con  tinued in.the best oT health. I can  strongly -recommend these Pills to  all weak and ailing women."  Sold by all medicine dealers" or  by ma.il at 50 cents a- box ror six  fcoxes for $2.50,.from The Dr.' Williams' Medicine'' Co., Brockville.  Out. '  Golden  ,l'o_ n  When  in cold  SALADS.  Dressing. ��������������������������� Pineapple  juice, one-half cupful; lemon juice,  one-quarter cupful; beaten eggs,  two; sugar, one-third cupful. After  beating the eggs .ell add the pineapple juice, lemon juice, sugar,  alio small pinch of salfc. Beat together aad cook in double boiler.  1 ci, boil  about two minutes.  Oil Salad Dressing���������������������������Lemon juice,  two .eaejiooni'ids; olive oil, onc-  ouartor cupful; salt, one-half teaspoonful ; water, two teaspoonfuls;  two.   Heat together in double  oiler, stirring constantly,  it begins to thicken place  water and stir until cold.  J:" ru it Salad.���������������������������Yolks four eggs,  c,: arte?' teaspoonful of paprika,  three-quarters teaspoonful of salt,  riTPilM"fl;.il_ulT5OT^  tors cupful milk, ono-haJ'f cupful  pineapple juice from canned fruit,  one-half tablespoonful cornstarch,  one-halt" cupful vinegar. Mix and  boil until -Uncle. This can bc made  in the morning. Peel two apples  ti'M slice. Ui rec bananas, one cupful pineapple that has been drained  of ail juices, seven grapes (white),  'halved. - When-dressing -is-mixed  through fruit, then mix through  as much whipped cream as desired ; about one pint. Serve on lettuce leaf and garnish with English  walnuts and marsh ino cherries.  This serves twelve and is simply  delicious.  MEATS.  Substitute for Bacon.���������������������������An excellent substitute for breakfast bacon  is salted pork. Have the butcher  .iiec it thin, trim and pour boiling  water over, letting it stand a few  upn'utcs. Drain and '-wipe dry,  sprinkle" witli a little pepper, ''roll  in Hour and fry a light brown. Ifc  is preferred to bacon.  Tongue with Tomato Sauce.���������������������������Cut  cooked corned tongue in slices a  little less than one-half inch thick,  dip in bread .crumb's, egg and  crumbs; brown in butter, place on  a dish; pour around this sauce;  c.ok one-half can of tomatoes with  one onion, two peppers; cook live  n ''miles,- strain, add two tablc-  .poonfuls butter, two tablespoon-  fu!. (lour cooked together. Salt  to laslc."  Pork Chops with Lemons.���������������������������Grate  a small quantity of lemon rind,  enough .. cover one side lightly,  on each chop. Stack tli cm on a  plate, arid let set; an hour before  choking. Coolr with the lemon still  ou ant} you will find them delicious.  with potato masher. As s on as  cake comes from oven remove top  crust, butter both top and bottom  crusts, use half the berries between cakes and the- remainder for  top.  Strawberry Shortcake.���������������������������Put in  tbe mixing bowl two and one-half  cupfuls" of flour, one t-casp.ionfnl of  salt, three teaspoonfuls-of baking  powder, two tablespoonfuls of  shortening. Mix all together, then  add just enough sweet milk to moisten. - Divide this dough into two  equal parts, roll out both parts bo  ot.c-half.inch thickness, spread butter on each,, then'lay one part on  t'-p of the other and bake. When  taken out of the oven ifc will fall  apart, beautiful, flaky and short.  Cut berries in half, and just before serving mix in a cup~~or more  powdered sugar and pub between  l.y.rs.  Strawberry ' Cheese.���������������������������Line little  patty pans with puff nasto and  fill with uncooked nee; bake in a  hot- oven; cook in a double boiler  .until -the mixture thickens the  yelks of three eggs, the grated rind  and juice of half a lemon, one cupful o'f granulated sugar, and a half  a cupful of butter; remove from  the Are, and when partially cooled  __fcir in onc cupful of crushed strawberries: when cool, fill into the  pastry.shells and cover with a sofb  b iled icing. These are delicious,  but must be eaten fresh.  Strawberry Nests.���������������������������Fill an ice  cup one-third full o'f ice. cream;  -herl]ow-H.hc=centor7=in=which^place-  ti-.iec or four " ripe strawberries,  previously sweetened, and a litfcle  ju:ce; cover with a pyramid of  slightly sweetened whipped cream  and dust over with ground pecan  meats.    Maraschino  cherries    may  fj _ __': .'���������������������������'-'���������������������������'__   '''"'"'' 'M"''������������������'''for'T*' iViVV^i^������������������^Va__;^  MOST PERFECT IV1ADE  We know and users of Royal Yeast Cakes know that these  are the best goods of the kind in the World. Bread made with  Royal Yeast will keep moist and fresh longer than that made with  any other.   Do not experiment���������������������������there is no other "just as good."  aBBHlS  Winnipeg  No. 225  E. W CSLLETT CO. LTD. Toronto, Out.  Awarded highest honors at all Expositions.  ���������������������������aa  S_rt. ������������������SM������������������Jrt*_i5_v_<_w*v  ,'���������������������������y������������������gtpitfr_������������������v������������������/.y* .<?_ifj^  MADE TN CANADA  __I._.H ,. J.lll.i..  -_���������������������������������������������_���������������������������_.���������������������������-  ���������������������������-_������������������������������������������������������-,  be used in "place of berries.    Vcry  pretty and delicious.  Preserving Hint.���������������������������To keep small  fruit, such as strawberries, from  riling to thc top after canning, an I  thus becoming tasteless, turn thc  cans threo times a week ��������������������������� till the  fruit is saturated with' the syrup  and wil] remain in thc bottom of  rbc can.  BREAKFAST HELPS.  Cornmcal Mush���������������������������Bring one quart  of salted water    to    the    boiling.  :-���������������������������-?  While this is doing, mix one pint of  meal, one pint of milk and a tablespoonful of sugar. Pour this gradually into the boiling water. Let  c ok slowly twenty minutes. Set  in square mold to harden. In thc  mi ruing slice about an inch thick,  r. It in flour and fry in deep fat  (like doughnuts). The mush, if  properly made, should "puff," and  be a dish fit for a king. The  trouble will be to get enough. If  the recipe -is doubled 30 minutes'  steady cooking will be.enough, as  it will be too solid if cooked too  long. Be sure to have thc fat hofc  enough or - the mush will fall to  pieces.  Homcmado Breakfast Food. ���������������������������  Grind dry, stale bread; sifb out the  fine for breading chops, etc.; use  oily thc.coarse; boast Or brown in  thc oven ; serve with (hofc, not cold)  c;cam or milk and sugar. _futmeg  or cinnamon if desired.  TLere's a nab'sf.icfcicn in _ perfect.."  painted houscBis-Icrtowhen oueebody  ia protested by good etout clothing,  rein-cost, top-coal and sturdy boats.  Tha protection ulTortledp.. pcrtvaftor  Ibsp.-lot con.lntf Is worn down to t_>8  I....9 wood In nn ir.eater than _ran__n_  worn down to iho .iriir.E.  Martin-Senour  Paint  lOOo/o Pure  prct.eta yonr property bo ___.t������������������_ip_[raa  from winter-asbarely, rue _od and i. -one  es It entorsd. Qnullty doos It, l'twivh-  8f(._ids tho rigors of winter titornj .  lorapouts, rapid c_m_t_n of tempernUie,  '.nmldity and tho disintegrating offects  of sun. wind, cold, inin, ball mid 6imt7.  ETOrytliini; tbnt rour.ts Is pat *_��������������������������� Everything tliat dotsnH is left out. That's why  _o qnallty-lasts.  If yourd.Rlerca.i_ot supply yon,notify  n_at.dwo will . ������������������dly dliect yon to wh_9  onr pillule aro to b<i lud,  .jjj.    Decline all Substitutes  * JfjMnflfA       ^rit0 for illustrated  !l///////tfi&>, __.. *������������������kict.__Homc.  " ?'������������������____   Beautiful."~5n_  ^v____.    i������������������tereatin_f color  _ _ _^%-    card.   Free for  *_1|F*  VEGETABLES.  Spinach with Crackers.��������������������������� Boil  half peck'of/spinach until-tender,  drain and chop fine; have eight  crackers soaked in milk, two onions; fry in a tablespoonful of butter a few minutes, 'bufc do nob  brown ; add crackers and spinach,  pepper,- salfc; let simmer ��������������������������� over a  slow fire ten minutes: if too thick  add milk or water. -   -,.  -^ Potato Pancake.���������������������������Peel and grate  thiee largo potatoes, together with  one good  sized    onion; . soak one  .bee of stale white bread iii milk;  ado to potatoes fcwo whole eggs, ono  teaspoonful salt,. qnc-half a cupful  of Hour; mix all together and fry  in pan filled witli hot lard, taking  a- tablespoonful of batter for each  pancake; fry until crisp and brown.  Delicious. " '   .-.  Potatoes an Gratin.���������������������������Slice one  quart of cold boiled potatoes. Put  layer of potatoes in a baking di6h;  season with salt and pepper and  ������������������,'��������������������������� filed cheese. Slake a sauce of  cue pint of milk and one tablespoonful of flour. When this reaches thc boiling point or becomes'  thick pour, over the potatoes and  bake for half an hour.  .-     .LITTLE HELPS.  '  '    '    ;  Turban Pad.���������������������������From a discarded  hat take the wire crown, coyer ifc  with brown silk, and net over this  to match the hair, leaving'a-round '  hele in the lower part to bring the  hair through. Then fasten it on  with wire hairpins, and it works,  hk-e a charm, without the outlay of  onc penny for-materials.  Old Sheets.���������������������������Old    cotton    sheets  make good bags foreclosing gowns  and  coats    in'the    wardrobe, ono  laige  sheet  being enough for two  bags.    An old sheet will cut up into several slips for use on the piI--  lews  over ��������������������������� the ticking.      Another :  plan-is to take-the best parts-for-,  making.shoets  for cots and  cribs, -  where there    are  children,   saying '  the very thin  parts for dusters. ; '  . A flavoring used the ������������������t_������������������s as lemon or vanilla.  By ai_ olving. granulated sugar in wot .  end ,  nnr.i-mr A. ������������������ir.fM__i   _, m_,1.^I..,i_ ���������������������������_._���������������������������._ *.__.__. _>  adding alajjleine. a delictou* oyrupl������������������ miaca_ 5  sx syrap better than niw .. Mapieine '��������������������������������������������� ������������������old b������������������  (. ocers. !f not scad 5Qc for 2 o*. Lottie r.rtd  recipe book.  Cre.ceat Mfs. Co., Seattle, W .  the asking:,  l_ Martln-Sencur Co.  IINITXD  Montreal  Planmtrt Part Paint  <:&myZ:C  .__9__SB_f_____3_9l  __������������������  ?_>_  It is for you, bec .uso it is you  wlio wants it pood. You know it  costs more to put on poor paint  thiin to put on good paint. Vour  house should bo painted-with good  paints,   with  ASSAY'S  PAHMTS  to kcop it looking brior/it and clean  fur .yoars���������������������������costs not too much but  just riiclit for right paint. We  want you to see our handsome littlo  booklet .filling all about house  ____p_it__u__;,���������������������������it���������������������������w i ] l__li������������������������������������1. >���������������������������y ou.���������������������������W-r-i te^  for copy of our Booklet "W" free..  A. RAMSAY & SON CO.,  E. .abli_i9il 1812,  The Paint Makers,     -     Montreal.  I. lirbanks-Morse factories produce the largest line of internal  combustion engines in the world. Hundreds of men in tlie cn-  gincci'iu^ and experimental departments arc employed on all  problems connected with Gas ICn���������������������������_ines. There is uo company iu  the world that has spent as much money as thc 1 .iii"bunks-Morse  Co. ou experimental and development work. 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Gentlemen.���������������������������Please send me your free Catalogue, G.I.;. 106, sliow-  iti,!,; lull iinescif i-'artn  Name  A'M iv  _v___ro__ra������������������������������������';i_i������������������c.������������������j_i__33_c_.na:?:. K^-_c_o__cnra������������������_������������������  _i______������������������i_ ��������������������������������������������� . ii, t^iamiUKUuasimaamicnitnrjrAKajmtiMtr^yt^  ,   ._kf.I?Ml_I_Tr_.VC>'&_|a_l_. ' THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, August 4, lyiO  Children's Red  Oxfords, Reg.51.25 85G  Children's White Canvas  Oxfords, reg. $1.50, cj^QO  tegular $1.25   7QC  Rt  Wheeler & EvansL���������������������������*���������������������������:  City  eat  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  ENDERBY PRESS jtaken **at a series ������������������f sPeciai eve-  ��������������������������� '      - ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� j ning services.   To give the right sort  Published  every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at \ of swing to  the  services and  to  stim-  S2 per year, by the Walker Presa. j ^^    generous    gMngi     th(jy    puta  .new pipe organ into   the church.   In  ! order to make a preliminary payment  10c a line first insertion; 5c a line j on the organ, it was decided'to raise  ' a mortgage on the parsonage.,  j "To pay the interest on the par-  , sonage, the choir of tlie church got  ��������������������������� up a sacred concert in the town' hall.  | "To pay for the town hall, thc  , Willing Workers' Guild held a social  ' in the Sunday School.  j "To pay the expenses of the social,  : the rector delivered a public lecture  ;on "Italy and Her Past," illustrated  i  . by a magic lantern.  '    "To pay for the magic lantern, thc  1 curate and the   ladies   of the church  Advertising- Kates; Transient, _0c an inch. first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. $1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices:  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  august"Z~T9To  THE NEW LIQUOR   LICENSE LAW  the essential features  icjuor   license law which  j went into effect   in   this province on  SirivPt ���������������������������t,ie lst oi Al'Sllst- Tll.e law should bc  ;read carefully, especially by the hotel  !men of the province, for the Attorney  Salt  The best Fresh,   _���������������������������  Meats; chicken ancl Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  : General is a man   of   determination, ' got up some amateur theatricals,  and Cured:and wnen he says that the law is to j    "T0 pay for   the    costumes of thc  be rigidly   enforced,    he   means just [theatricals, the rector felt it his duty  that and nothing .less.   There will be 'to dispense with the curate.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt ��������������������������� attention.  rivate  no-side-stepping.  Under the new law the superintendent of police has the right to cancel or suspend any license in the pro1  vince at any time. "  Every hotel   must h������������������.c a barroom  "So that is just where the church  stands just at present. What they  i chiefly want to do is to raise enough  ��������������������������� money to buy a suitable gold watch  : as a testimonial to thc curate. After  . that they   hope   to. be   able    to do  : entirely separate and apart from any ' something for the Armenians.   Mean-  i other room, also   a   separate sitting ' time, of course,   the   Armenians, the  ;room, ancl a dining room. i ones right   there   at   home, are get-  ��������������������������� Every hotel   must   have at least 7 ' ting   very - troublesome.      To    begin  guest rooms,  with   a minimum1 floor   with,    there    is    the    Armenian who  ness; everything   up-to-date and '��������������������������� space of   70o   square   feet, and com-'rented the   costumes for the theatri-  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs;   stylish drivers;   newhar-!,  i  well-kept.    When you wish a rig;fortably furnished. .,       jcals; hchas   to   be   squared.     Then  for a Sunday drive,   speak for itj    Ventilation and facilities for egress   there is the Armenian    organ dealer,  early, as my finest   turn-OUtS are'in the cvent of fire must be provided |and tlie   Armenian   who   owned    the  usually spoken for in advance.  A. L. Ma I tl  liews  to  the satisfaction of  the inspector; i magic   lantern.      They   want   relief,  also accommodation for the license's i badly.  family,  kitchen,    and stabling for at j    "But the most urgent case is that  Cliff  Str*  ;et  tl.  *_  implements  least six horses.  Enderby I    ^7o one may hold a license who has   lost that  privilege within  three pre-  ! vious years, or who has been convic-  . ted of a criminal offense.  '    No one in any part of tne province  | is permitted to sell liquor, or to give  I it, to   any < chauffeur   operating any  I of   the    Armenian    who     holds  mortgage  on  the parsonage."  the  CAPTURES A PRIZE  I have two, carloads of Buggies, ;public vehicle.  Wagons, Democrats;   Plows and j   N������������������  woman   may  be   served  HaiTOWS," Discs,   Feeders,   Etc., j drink in any public barroom.  with  JUST RECEIVED.  Can o_VG' - ^������������������ hotel may have more than one  terms on any of these, and want, barroom.  you to call and inspect them. j    ^7������������������ gaming   shall   .be permitted on  ���������������������������i any licensed premises,  nor any nickel  Wm. H. Hutchisoniinr_hoalotf-������������������;ice;      . .f f   ',  i    Licenses shall    be  requisite  for ob-  _���������������������������"'__ DPR RY '   ' -scrvation  cars as  well as diners,  in  f _.-$_*$_/$ _^4.^. .-.������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������.: VM&i-Q������������������ <*>.! Bl'i tish Columbia.     ..  E. J.  I Livery, Feed & Sale Stables |  $ ENDERBY, B. C. i  <_ y  _> ��������������������������� <&  J>     Good Rigs;   Careful Driv- <<>  % ers; Draying of all kinds.     <���������������������������>  f     Comfortable and Commo-  <j> dious Stabling for teams.  <t> .a:  9  No oflicer or member of the crew of  any steamship may serve any drink  at the bar of any such steamship.  No debt is recoverable under ?5 for  spirituous    liquors   purchased at one  . time.  No hotel shall sell liquor in any  other quantity than a quart bottle,  except far "consumption on. the premises.  ! No liquor may be served in a hotel  -.even to a bona fide traveler, during  | prohibited hours, except with meals,  i All barrooms in the province must  *" be closed at 11 p. m. Saturdays, remaining  closed    throughout   Sunday,  %        ��������������������������� ���������������������������  & Prompt attention to all customers 4>  <. <j>  <���������������������������>     Land-seekers  and   Tourists in-1 , aml   such    barroom    must be locked  x. vited to give us a trial. X       , .    j,   ������������������      n  % <������������������>   sind so   arranged   that    all may see  _^<j-^*s$-$-64.^^&z&i'l-������������������-Q'^'v������������������Q/&������������������ \ they are empty and deserted.   :_' .L-- N n.. 1 j . ii i or... n _.any_J_i_i cl_m ay. b e_sol_-,=  D   PROF^_SJ_ONAL_  R.ll W. KEITH.  0_ic. hnurs:  Ofli  Fnrem. n. 11 to 12  Aft'-i-nocin. -4 to S  I.veiiin.    7 to S   ���������������������������"���������������������������  Sunday, by appointment  Cor. ClilT mid   .<���������������������������< ..  -Nt.������������������. _NDKK������������������IY  given or bartered with: Any dipso-  ; maniac, any,person of drunken habiits  I anyone addicted to sprees and de-  jbauches,     anyone    who     notoriously  I wastes iiis money in drink or riotous  j living to the detriment of his family  : or others    dependent   upon him, any  WF     BANTON j vagrant   or    tramp,    any    Indian  or  ' i prostitute.  , o i-  ��������������������������� i    ^n   iUhlition   to the above  proliil.i-  bai'l'lSter, oOilCltor, jtion, the superintendent, inspector or  Notary Public, Gwiveyaiuor, !chjcf of   policC)   niay> at ftny time>  ^*-c- 'without,   sworn    information  or pro-  O.fflCGS, Bell Block..Endorby,B.C. .cocding,' forbid by notice to licensees  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Kndorl >y Lodtte No. -10  tt ..iliar meeting.! . r������������������t  lini. lay on <>r after tho  full moon ut 8 p. ni. in Odci-  f.llows Hall. Vinitin .  hi-'fthrt'i. cordially  invitcl.  J. C. METCALF  .Secretary  I. 0.0. F.        Eureka Ix_f���������������������������. No. 60  Mci'ta every Tuesday ov .ning at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  O. I . hall, Mt-tcalf block. Visitin_ brothcrB al-  way.s welcome-. .1. A. McMorland, N. G., A.  Re.-oh, Soc'y, I:_ J. Mack. Treius.  the sale of'liquor to anyone wlio by  excessive drinking misspends, wastes  or lessons his estate, injures 'his  health,- or endangers or interrupts  the happiness of his family.  No liquors may be rcbottled or relabeled.  No liquor may be sold to "joy  riders," that is, pleasure riders, motorists or drivers, not bona fide travelers.  CONDITIONS  AT  DOOGALVILLE  An  exchange  affairs of    the  says:   "The  financial  parish    church up at  FNDERBY   LODGE !Do������������������KUlv'Ile llavo '3COn ������������������cttin������������������ rather  No. 35, K. or l\ into a tangle in thc last six months.  Meets every  Monday  ev.ninfi.   The. people  of   tllC     chlll'Ch  in K.of 1'. Hall,    Viaitor.s cor  dially invited to attend.  J, .  . GKANT,. C.C.  C. R.. PRICK LAND. K.R.S.  R. .I.COLTART. M.F.  K.of 1'  Hall i.s the only hall In Enderby Buitnblo  for public entertainment*.     For ratm, etc., apply  to- It. F. JOHNSTONE. M. E., Enderby  were especially anxious to do something to  assist the general public subscription  of the town on behalf of the unhappy  Armenians, and to-that purpose they  determined   to devote thc  collections  Miss Florence Nichol, the Bnderby  contestant, was lately married to  Mr. Jack Lucas, who is connected  with the C. P. R. fruit service, at  that place. Here is one patron of  the Trovince who captured a prize in  this-contest.���������������������������Vancouver Province.  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__n.o._means..th_e/m_al co_st._  Figure it out and you will  buy your lumber of���������������������������  A.R.Rogers Lumber  Company, Ltd,  If you want to  Buy, Sell or  Trade  A   FARM ���������������������������'.������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������  A   FRUIT   LOT  A   HOUSE  A   BUSINESS   LOT  or A   BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby,:  Vernon,    Victoria,     Vancouver,  Winnipeg,  or elsewhere.      Write  to me.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  Eldcrnell Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L.   MATTHEWS.  F.T.TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  AH Kinds ot Tin and Zinc Articles Uopared  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  <S*!_>.*S)<&:)<&������������������)$_^^ <&s)<$>������������������<$x_)<&__S>^^  Our Selling  Shoes  i  Walk-Ovw  Hamilton-Brown  "Made Wright"  McCready Classic  Ames-Holden  F.  Slater  Every line a leader  in its class  PEABODYS'  UNIOl  OVERALLS  If you are  looking for the  BEST brands in  rocenes. let us   ntf .^m^mm^m  J^^i___^11^ffe^  serve you. We  shall be pleased  show you our  Goods.  o-f o-f o-f o-fo-f o-f of o-f o-f o  Miss Mclntyre is now in MANUFACTURED  charge of our Dress  Goods department, and  our Lady Patrons are  assured of the best possible service. ��������������������������� _.'"'       '-���������������������������    For'saloby^^  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  4>������������������$^>$������������������^>������������������^������������������������������������>������������������^������������������_������������������@_H_>_>������������������_>������������������_> <3>������������������<$>������������������4<s: ,K������������������ _S5)<&_������������������>#_:4X8>$^  Bank of Montreal  .Establish*. 1617  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000.  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary President.  Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.  President. Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K, C. M. S.  Vie'e-1 'resident and General Manager,   SIR EDWARD CLOUgTON, Bart.   "Head Office, Montreal; London Offiee, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E. C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT K?.Kl_____!������������������__*  IJranches iu Gkana_.n Distiict: Enderby, Armntronf;, Yernon, Ktdowna nnd _umi_c__nd  G. A. HENDERSON. Esq,, Manager, Vernon A. B. TAYLOR, Manager, .ndei.y  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddv Murphy shook the snow of Sandon ���������������������������  off his feet ne came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls nis  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 Lowory'a L������������������lre.)  King Edward Hotel, L&_?URPHY  Enderby  LOANS  Applications   received for.  Loans on improved Farming1  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  Good opening in Enderby for a resident Dentist���������������������������fact  is, there are a great many big openings awaiting him here _f A,._. _l_(. -  I*"  /S^  Thursday, August 4, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  54M0DS PEOPLE  __BY FANNIE MJ.OTHPOP  SIR  WTLFRID  Plmio.   _ ilui_tBilnj*cii).(iui_*_-  LAURIER "  The Premier of Canada  By sheer force of ability and the compelling power of character P__  Wilfrid Laurier has reached-the highest wMofl^JJ^StS-������������������������������������  won a name that "must live in the annals of the British Empire." He ha*  overridden obstacles that would have daunted a man of less virile genius and  patriotism. Though French was his ancestry and language, and Catholicism  his religion, he has become th������������������ leader of the destinies of a great English-  speaking nation, the larger part of whose people are Protestants  He was bora in St. Lin, Quebec, in 1841, of a family of rebels'who fought'  bravely under Papmeau in the revolt of 1837.   From the little country schoo  where his teacher.'a Scotchman, spurred his^'ambition and  powerfully in-  fluenced his life, he passed to L'Assomption College, and in 1864, after com-  pleting his course in law, entered the Bar.   When he made his dSbut in politics  in 1871 as a member of the Quebec Assembly, his magic eloquence, the fear  lessness, strength and finality of his words, and the mastery by which he  brought order out of chaos, light out of darkness, thrilled his audience  _ _    __hr?e yfaoS later he resi&ned from the Legislature and was returned to  . _. _,H,0US,e of Comi?ons on the overthrow of the Macdonald government   ' In  18<6i he became minister of inland revenue, and two years later changes in  politics deprived him of this position.   He was the acknowledged- leader of  the Liberals who were the Opposition party until 1896," when after eighteen  years of waiting, the reins of government again came into their hands and '  m the first flush of triumph they made him Premier.    --  His statesmanship has been broad, liberal, far-_ighted-  his natriotism -  and hfa love of liberty are manifest in every act-and word.   He ^. ves S -  chenshes-the British Empire, and. glories in tho part that Canada takes in '  it   but aa a Power, ot great possibility, sharing with the United States-the  golden future of the American continent, he demands of England and the  world the recognition of Canada, not as a babe in the swaddling clothes of a -  colony, but as a full grown nation of virility, and assured triumph ���������������������������-  _      Tall, erect, with a handsome presence, clean-shaven face, clear   nenetrafc  ing blue eyes, a firm mouth, broad shoulders, a brow masterful and' deified  I a voice soft   sonorous and ever with the'suggestion of unexpended reserve'  a smile gentle and soothing as a benediction, with a courtesy and kindness '  that surround him as an aura-this is Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Canada's ere-test'  orator and statesman. _n���������������������������test .  Jjnlercl ,, oonlliw to A . of tl,_ P _ Itowen t of Cna.I.a. I��������������������������� the year 1904. by W. C. .Mu-k.._ tl.o De.  rim. nt of A��������������������������� i_,a���������������������������...  A  DISTINCTION  Signals of Distress  Re.. Dr. Spencer, referring to local Enderby Pcople   Must Know How to  If VOU IMP  Mf>FFT.T'Q RT.&P             ������������������Ptl_n*    T    thQt    thC  temperance Read and Heed Them      ���������������������������  II yOU USe  IVLVK KILL   _ BEST  yOU  People   couid   not    get local option Sick kidnov.  ,iw _,_,       ���������������������������      ,      ,  will never be-disappointed with!10^0* '��������������������������� the government iin-|dist_cSs     y g e      y slffnals of  -a pOOr  baking,    JUSt   When   yOU;?!! tbn������������������1teJ!p8    ������������������'   thf������������������ ^m^a of The secretions are dark, containing  the very best.   We exercise no end of care to make surTthaf ������������������erf^of Z * *\*���������������������������^ "-he S-' "  5^1*5^                                                                 WegCannotoSe^t^S Z\a^JZx ������������������������������������J2L&  The Flour that il not Fail.  -Kamloops��������������������������� is___cimilatiug^a^very-  WATER ACT 1909  BY direction of the Board of Investigation, notice is hereby given  that the Board will proceed to adjudicate upon claims to water on the  following streams and tributaries  thereto in the Similkameen and Osoyoos Water Districts, under authority of Part 3 of the Water Act, 1909:  Pine Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 298G,  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-Mile Creek on east side Okanagan  Lake,  Five-Mile Creek,  Johnson Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 4507,  Spring   near   Pre-emption   near 4-  Mile, 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,  IN   THE   CHURCHES  j creditable three-sheet poster making  ithe announcement of the agricultural,  ! horticultural and  a sediment.  Passages are frequent, scanty, pain-'  ful.  Backache   is    constant,    day-   and  night.  Headaches and dizzy spells are frequent: : ^  The   _  ���������������������������         , , help.  C*l"?C? ������������������_ ENGLAND St. Georgc'a Church. !hor^cultural and    poultry exhibition I    Don't- __..  ^ Enderby-Service every Sunday 8 a.m., 11 a.m    _������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������_,__...   m _      _    _��������������������������� _���������������������������     "iU1Llu"       "On t  delay  -__ ,.    LATE Mlebral|   ������������������of H ��������������������������� ia-������������������, to be held there Sept. 28-29-30. remedy  on   or   about  1910;    and   Naramata  October 28th, 1910.  W. S. DREWRY,  Chief Water Commissioner.  Lands Department, (Water Branch),  Victoria, B. C, July 15th, 1910.  CITY OFlNDERBVn^BLOBMRY  REGULATIONS  _r. ,Jho Li.brary. hM" bc ������������������l'cn for the exchange  of books each week, at .such day nnd hour, or days  and hour.. as tho Board of Library Conimis_loners  snail determine;  2. Tho membership ..ubsctiption shall bc the  ���������������������������urn of One Dollar ($1.00) to be paid in advance,  All subscription., shall expire _n the 31st December in each year;  3 No member shall borrow more than one  book at a time,  1 _' . .-Y p?rs������������������" n������������������l beinc: n proporty owner or  householder in the City or District, who wishes to  borrow books from the Library, must bo kuiu _n-  teed by gome responsible person, or must make a  deposit with the Librarian of $2,00, said deposit to  bo returned when he ceases to be a borrower;  5. Only members, who-are not in arrear with  their subscriptions will have the privilege of  borrowing books;  G. Nobook shall be borrowed for a longer period  than two weeks, except by arrangement with the  ���������������������������Librarian; no book may in any case be borrowed  fora longer consecutive period than twenty, no  days;  7. All members are earnestly requested to be  punctual in returning books; a minimum fine of  ten .0) cents per week will be imposed in case of  failure to. do so; any member rendering himself  liable to a fine shall be debarred from the further  use of the Library until same has been paid;  ,.8- No ?ni;yclopa_ia ������������������>���������������������������������������������. other book deemed by  the Board to be a book of reference shall be taken  away from the Library.  and 7.30 p.m.              munion 1st Sunday in month i_'_"_._]'. Sunday  School at 10 a.m. N. Enderby Service at 3.15 u ������������������  m., _nd Sunday In month. Ilullcur���������������������������Service at 3 !  p.m.-Ith Sunday in month. Mara-Servie. at 2 p '  m. 1st and 3rd Sundays in month. Regular meet- I  ing of St. George's Guild last Friday in month at I  3 P.m. in St: George's Hall. Hev. John Leech-  Torter, Vicar.  DANDRUFF GERMS MUST GO  Service, Sunday 7:30  In Canada the dandruff germs must  go. The war of extermination has  been declared.   The battle has begun, !aftJ  weakened   kidneys need quick  Use a special kidney  Booth's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys, backache and urinary disorders  Mrs.  M. E. Parr, of 2G2 John street,  Steelton, Ont., says:  "I have found more actual" results  r   using   Booth's    Kidney    Pills  RAPTJST CHURCH-Sunday School, 10   a.  m. ;    ������������������      .     ���������������������������  ~   Church nervicc, 11 a. m.;  Prayer  mci-ting, '    -1 J������������������tn<lriiii   can    never he cured until  Wednesday, 7:30 ������������������.m, J3. s. Kl^MAN^Mto,-, the small, aggravating and indomit-  POST OFFICE 1 able dandrufT germ  is conquered  nnd    I destroyed.  ^isstoaK^Ka,.&rM,ih I Aml niiiiions ������������������f ^m]^ ^��������������������������� i^e  ==____-    i_r_r-~���������������������������:: ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������_.���������������������������_.. ���������������������������__.-_���������������������������- j been  destroyed,  thanks  to  the  treat  SMALL DEBTS COURT | scientist and dermatologist who gave  to the world Parisian Sage, tne only  CITS every Saturday, by appointment at p.m  ^ Graham Rosoman, Police and Stipendiar  Magistrate.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  ~ Enderby, B.C.  grower  Cpntractors & Builders  F_ Umatea Furnithcd and Work Guaranteed  HOT WEATHER STOVES  ���������������������������    BY ORDER OF THE BOARD.  City Hall. June 27th, 191  Two-burner gasoline stoves, $3.75  Three-burner gasoline stoves, $6.00  Three-burner Oil stoves, $8.50.  Ovens to suit, price $2 to $3 each.  You cannot afford to be without  one of these stoves during this hot  weather. Fulton's  Hardware.  real dandruff   cure   and   hair  the world has ever known.  If you have dandruff, Parisian Sage  will cure you in two weeks,  But besides ridding the scalp of  dandruff,..Parisian Sage is guaranteed  to stop falling hair and itching of  the scalp. It is not a dye. It is a  prime favorite with women of refinement. It makes the hair soft, lustrous and beautiful, and is not sticky  or greasy.  A large bottle for 50 cents at A.  Reeves, or charges prepaid from the  Canadian makers, Giroux Mfg. Co.,  Fort Erie, Ont. A.  Miserable pains across  my back wliich would extend up my  spine and into the back of my head,  frequent headaches nnd dizziness, and  kidney secretions that were scanty  and contained a heavy sidement had  me all run down. These troubles  havc all left me and I am pleased to  give Booth's Kidney Pills my best  wishcs-'for,'siicccss'aiul my hearty endorsement." For sale in Enderby by  A. Reeves.  Sold by dealers. Price 50 cents.  The R. T. Booth Co., Ltd., Fort  Erie, Ont., Sole Canadian Agents.  1'  (pmwtw mw-o-M������������������)  CURES CATARRH,'ASTHMA,  Eronchi.is, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or  money; beck.;  Sold and guaranteed by  REEVES, Euderby. rirh.  *_3_^  iiv  __     t  TO"*"11.  ���������������������������rore  The Till rt  y  = Fifst  .Annual-   Session  of -High'-Court'  The  Year  J909 Was the  Most  Prosperous  in  History of) lhc Order���������������������������A Large Delegation in Atendance.  tl  m  FOR ALL CHILDREN,  The mothers whoso little ones  ate ill not only wish i'or a medicine  that will make their babies better  bv.  one that  positively cannot do  BEST FED ItACE ON-'EARTH.  Savant   (. mimemls   Hebrew Diet,  but Fruitarian Differs., ���������������������������  The people of Britain, especially  town workers,, can do a, great deal  toward   stamping   out tuberculosis  a-.y, harm. Such a -medicine is ; by copying thc Jewish prescriptions  Baby's Own Tablets. They are sold j with regard to food, says Dr. Alli-  undcr the positive guarantee of a j fi0>-., a prominent luiglish physician  government analyst to contain no jar������������������j an'authority on'food values. In  opiate, narcotic or other harmful; u lecture, Dr. Allison set up the ex-  drug.' They always do good; tbey j ample of thc Hebrews, a race which  cannot possibly do harm���������������������������not even; was,     he ....       -  to the n-jw born baby.    Concerning! nu;  them lMr.s. J. K. Z. .Iarchahd. Ste.  1m-  Thc   thirl3-nr.t   annual     session   of   Urn'nmonnii.ur  to  $144,321.20.   leaving  ^,%J12  _.  ,    - - ,.        ,-       _.. i_.  r.r   to carry to Iho Rffcrvi'. wlnHi nl tlie i-iohi.  Hif.li   Court    of    the    Canadian   Oul<>i   ot   ol  tho yecu- amounted to   .170.773.8?..  I-'oi .stci's opened in  Hip City of  Monlroal, ,    i^.,,.,, ���������������������������.fM.0 73035 u,(>__.l)oi_ in tfoori stancl-  Tucsday    afternoon,    14tli    inst.,    v.-itli    a   ing  al,  tin.    close    of    the  yi'iir  carrying  Jnr-e   uumljer   :n     nttendaii. 0,   iucludin.  . S7- Insurance  High    Court    Ofl.crs   and    delegates    it- !    Thoro were issued from  the "'B1] ���������������������������'"j!"  .. ���������������������������      . .    ... ,    rm    t;iry's   office 7,538    Insui'iuiuo    Gertitl'au_  prt _(.nliri{;    every    Province   of    l������������������o    dominion.  , ittid 7.334    .Membership Certificates,    or    a  iota! oi' 14,072, and in  addition there were  -   ...      ,, , . _���������������������������,,,.������������������������������������������������������,������������������������������������������������������ nmi   c<m!orsoi_c_ts made! in 1,512 Insurance Ccr-  Aftcr the n.������������������nal opening ceremonies aml 1 ijfieate.  tho appointment,  of   Ihe  ceveral   standing.   ,n'1Q. "rovovt   of   Kobl,rt     wlioL.   "High  committee.,   the  IIi__   Court  Officer-   su')- ; Treasurer, showed the funds of tlie Order  mit ted   their   reports     which   .lowed  the   to he in the most satisfactory   condition.  Ordor  to he in  a  r_o,t   nourishing condi- ; Je,^ ^ Bcveral J-^^  ! benefit Fund   _17?.2S3.32, and (leneral Fund  892,712.01.   Total     income    SI,002,347.74.   'I lie  'total     ex p<-ndiUiro    in    these    finidn   was  said, practically  ue from consumption.  The Jewish people, hc .tainlai. -  A. mm de' la Perade,-Que., writes:-- c.l, through centuries of oppression  "I find Baby's Own Tabids indis- had survived because it was Iho  pcmsible. As soon as I Iind one of j best fed race on earth. Jewish  my children not feeling well I'ad-1 mothers were greatly to 1:  minister the Tablets and .1 am'  never disappointed in the result. I  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ * ���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������    ��������������������������� mu     ii   ���������������������������  '     ������������������������������������������������������! hi...        ���������������������������^_i;;j |iwi*in _t������������������.������������������_rr^  _��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������   ���������������������������   .. ��������������������������� -._--  ��������������������������� -.-, '���������������������������. ___}__*<*,,._ ���������������������������   ��������������������������� SB.  lad    B 8 o o d r������������������-^__���������������������������  is the direct and inevitable re3_Ifc  of irregular-or constipated bowels  and cloprged-'up' kidneys and skirt.  Thc undigested food and other  waste matter which is allowed to  accumulate poisons the blood and  the whole system. Dr. Morse's Indian Eoot Pill's act directly on the  bowels, regulating' them���������������������������on the  kidneys, giVin, them ease nnd  ntrengtli" to properly Alter the blood _-  ���������������������������-and on the skin, opening np thfl  pores. For pure blood and good  health take  V*i  Dr.  orse  u.ukl not be without them and am  enclosing fifty cents for two more  boxes." Thc Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cc-nts a box from Thc Dr. AVilliams'  M-dicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.    -  tion.  The High Chief Unnger, .7. A. Stewart,  of Perth, Ont., after extending a hearty  welcome to the representative, present.,  submitted his report, which war, replete  with facts and figures relative to the  prowth and extension of the Order during  the past  year.  On the 1st of .Tnmiary, 1900, the Order  lincl a membership of. 70.759, and there  were initiated during the year 7,30 new  members,   being   an   increas.  of  772  over  $70-   The  surplus  income    over    expenditure   amounted  to  $29.,002 .09.  The Insurance fieserve Fund st thc close  of the year was invested as follows:  Municipal and ...linol Debenture* ������������������������������������������������������ SM,"53,816.47  Dominion i.f Gan;������������������l_ Stock        .50.001'. 00  Deposits in (Jliai ...reil lUnlcs         -_0.n00.00  Current Accounts in Chartered ..sinks       75,401.S2  S:>,uo .:so?.2ii  ii.-ui.ii-i..   -ci._   ....   .......-..^  ...   ..-  w_.      The total  assets of the  Order amounted  tb. ,_<__ .   ,v.   Djrinj, ta. l-r ������������������,]&������������������?_��������������������������� ._ifuii"^iilffl ^  members lapsed and .9 died, leaving tne | Tj,c ropnvi of Dr. bv. W. Stanley, Chair-  net membership at the close of the year; man of the Medical Board, showed the  73|985i average ilea tli rate since   thc   commence  The   increase   in   the   Insurance   Reserve !  of the Order during the year amounted  to ������������������273,367.75. On January -_t. 3909. the  amount on hand in this H ranch was  S2.723.9-..54, and at tho close of the year  ������������������5,002,308.29. The amount paid in death  claims was WS.979.6S.  The. Sick and Funeral Benefit Branch  fs also in a flourishing condition. During the year no less a sum lhan $144,321.-  ment of the Order to be 5.17 per 1.000 of  membership. There wore submitted to tli a  Medical Hoard durin_ the year 8,816 applications, of which 8,280 wero accepted, anil  the remaining 536 ...icciod. The number  of application., was . 0 more than lor the  previous year, nnd was the second largest  in the history of the Order. .  "The report of W. 0. Strong, Superintendent of organization, showed that, during  the year there were 7,369 initiations, as  against 6.597 for the previous year, an increase of 772. _  At the close of the year there, were i.0t_  Courts in   tlie order, .  -presenting a   mem  20, covering 5,950 claims, was paid  in this   .,....,_.  ,..   I. ranch.   The amount fo the credit "of this '. bership of 73.985.   There    were 515' Courts  fund    at    the    Cose    of    the   year    -^Ont,^  6170,773.32. j Edward .sln'Hl. 110 in J.anit. ba. 05 in has-  The  Report of f!eo. FaulKner, High Pec    h..t..hcwan, 38 in _U������������������;rta and 16 in British  retarv   covering  the general  work of the   Columbia. , . ,  rt,.u.. i_m.i_i.__   '������������������-*- ,     .110n��������������������������� niose in attendance were the fol-  Rocicty.   was   next   in   order,   and   showed   ^^".^j   A   RlpWart. High Ohief Ranger  in   detail   thc    largo    volume  of  b i.incss ��������������������������� p..,.^,   out.;   T).    Allan,    JJis.li    Vice-Chicr      n,. .  transacted   through    the   Head   Onico   at   Ranger.    Grimsby,    Ont.: Oeo     Faulkner,   0L   improving  his     mind  riligh    Secretary.    Brantford.    Out.; Horn. : ,, ._.^   |n  i,n,,Bf    l.,.f.   f _..,,  Urantford. ' lllliott.  High  Treasurer  "So you wan. to marry my  daughter, young man?" "Y-e-s,  ss-i-r!" "Well, can you support  a family." "H-how many are there  of you, s-sir?"  A Sure Corrective of Flatulency.  --When thc undigested food lies in  th? stomach ib. throws off gases,  causing pains and oppression in thc  stomachic region. The belching or  eructation of these gases is offensive and thc only way to prevent  them is to restore the stomach to  proper action. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will do this. Simple directions go with each packet and a  course of them taken systematically  is certain to effect a cure.  Magistrate (to prisoner)���������������������������"Did  you really call this gentleman an  old fool last night?" Prisoner (trying to collect his thoughts)���������������������������"The  longer T look at him the more probable it seems to m������������������ that I did."  to   be com-  a������������������i  mended for bringing up their children on fatty foods.  Pr.fessor R. A. Sampson does  hoc agree with Dr. Allison on this  point. Tn the Fortnightly Review  he makes this plea for the. fruitarian diet. "-  _'������������������  "Perfect fruit aione can meet tho  demands of the human system, perfect fruit alone can stimulate the  int/cllect, perfect fruit alone can  calm the passions, perfect fruit  alone can control the feverish activity of the arterial pulsations,  which otherwise, engendered by the  consumption of inflammatory foods  the human  MAKE A NOTE when you aro leaving  home to buy "The B. _ L." Menthol  Plaster. Guaranteed to cure the woi'st  case of backache, headache, stitches.  Avoid thc "just as good" goods. Get the  genuine.  Chambers���������������������������"I      think      a    man  should  never   miss an opportunity  ,.         . _. ,'       1 d-jn-'o  ..-   v _.,. . !\'.ish to boast, bufc I can truthfully  ntiord.   Ont.: ,     ......   , , ���������������������������'  _    ,,.���������������������������.,_     1      ���������������������������      ..    ' \V   L.  Roberts.   High  Auditor,  paid, amounting to $46 .9/9.6.  leaving the   0_.t .   r   p   Uoag,  High  Auditor,  London,  sum of $273,367.75 io carry to the Reserve Q���������������������������t'.' \.. Walker, lliirli Registrar. Mont-  Fund, which at the close of the year was'real. Que.: SV. 0. Rtroiifr. Siiporinlcndent  ____t_. .0 of Organization.   Kmntford.  Ont.;  Lyman  $3,002,^08.29. j.^..   SolirUnr  [[.ch Court. Tlamilton. Ont.:  Thc Sick and Funeral Benefit Branch or T fo O'Rogan, Chief Agent for Province |  the Order also showed a marked advance. ' of Ouebec, Quebec Que.; Hon. Colin If, ;  The amount of fees received during the ' Cn^boll. ing, Court Solicitor for^lani- j  year was ?165,592_0, and interest _6.69j.S2. ^',| (; K-> Winnipeg: I). .. McKinnon. '  making the total receipts in this Hranch j.'.n.S., Winnipeg, ynd G. I . Anderson,  $172,268.32.   There   were   5,950   claims   paid, _ P.DJl.C.R..   Griswold.   Man.  c-.d  on it  l_i:_t_0KA 'i'151-; KEAL'TITPL'L.  If not,  Time Has Tested It���������������������������Time tests  all things, that which is worthy  lives; that which is inimical to  man's avc 1 fare perishes. Time has  proved Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.  Fi em ;i fcAv thousand bottles in the  early days of its manufacture thc  demand has risen so that noAv the  production'is running into thc hun-  and drinks,  wear  oufc  machine  time."  Ion .    before    its natural  She���������������������������"Oh, Tom, papa's going to  give us a cheque at our wedding instead of a present." He���������������������������"All  right; we'll havo thc ceremony at  noon instead of four o'clock." She  --"But why, dear?" He���������������������������"Banks  cksc at three."  The Foe of Indigestion.���������������������������Indigestion is a common ailment and  feav are free from ifc. ��������������������������� It is a most  distressing complaint and often the  suffering attending it is most severe. Thc very best remedy is  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills taken  according to directions. They rectify the irregular action of the stomach and restore healthy action.  F"r many years they havc been a  standard remedy for dyspepsia and  indigestion and are highly esteemed  for their qualities.  Mamma���������������������������"Yes, dear, the angels  car, hear everything;" they heard  your prayers last night." Eflic ���������������������������  "That's funny; I didn't say them."  HIGHER CRITICISM.  Georgian... wa.    making piepara- dnds of thousands of bottles. What  I was cured   of . ronchitis  and  Asthma  by MINARD'S LTN1MENT.  1IRS. A. LIVINGSTONE.  Lot 5, P.   K. I.  I was cured of a severe attack of I.hcu-  matism   by   MINARD'S   LINIMENT.  Mahone   Pay. JOHN   MAD_1_.  ]  was cured of a  severely sprained  leg  by  MINARD'S   LINIMENT.  JOSHUA A. WYNAC1IT.  fl ridgewate.  Indian    Root    Pills  />A_GE_, Tumors, Lumps, etc.   Internal  \. /   and external, cured without, pain by  our home treatment.   Write us-before too  lale.     Dr.   DeUman   Medical   Co.,   Limited,  Colliugwood.  Out.- '   CARPET   DYEINQ  ^^ and Cleaning.   This Is ������������������ s_i_ciiilr.j wilh thc ^^  British     American     Dyeing    Co*  Send i>r.rticnlrus by post and we are Hiue to natisfj.  Addrass Box 138. Montreal.  !s Your Hearing Good .  Tho EEAR-O-PITONE will give, you tha  benefits of good hearing. Send lor free  booklet, giving particulars and names  of satisfied users. Also  Special Offer for a Month's Home Trial.  THE BRAND ELECTRO OZONE LIMITED,  334   Spadlna   Avenue,   Toronto.  ,(_t_lC__./^affi_C^. 1 .!  i__A7__i_������������������w__ac  Kadway's K_a.:y Kolidf  octree tho war _ pains in  from ona to twenty  minut������������������_   For Headache (sick or nor v-  0 vi s),   Tooth ache,  Neuralgia,    It h e 11 -  matli_m, Lumbapo,-  pa .is in the back,  81/,'rie   or  kidneys,  ualns around  tho  livor, plouriay,  twelllnssof tho joints. And  pains of all kinds, use  RADV/AY'S READY RELJSF-  II  KINGSTON  g������������������v   ONTARIO,  ARTS  EDUCATION  THEOLOGY  MEDIC!. E  SC3ENCC (Including Engineering)  The Ar _ course may be taken without  ettendance, but students desiring to grad'  uate must attend one session. There  were 1517 students registered session  -1909-10.  For Calendars, write the Registrar,  GEO. Y. CHOWN, B.A.  14 Kingston, Ontario,  Flies on Your  Stock  DECREASE  THE  M!LK YIELD.  P. liner."  sho exclaimed   suddenly,      "Well, d'A be p������������������.V  you?"   asked  '������������������������������������������������������fir.-L we. mu sL lake this child over! ihe wife of a dentist who had heen  Do vou know lhc place?    n nut,      v-.-^s. _.,...-���������������������������.-.-,     . ..1...      ,..-._..    vour pleasure lias    suffered.     y\j.k;ti������������������ns for her dell s birthday  party; is  so eugci'ly sought lor must  irn^ThTrnTnTTd^T^^ _______________________  if sued 1>y ilio Grand Trunk .Hailway   I.V.     receiving    instructions.      'Uh,  System.    It contaiii:. a largo map,  ](t.s of views,  .'in<l a fund of facts.  Less than a    day's    journey    from  principal  America-.! cities.    For all  pa r 1 iculars    apply    lo    Mr.    J.   lh  McDonald,    ' I.ist net,       J'nssongor  A,_cni,    Union    Station,    Toronto,  Ont.  Medical  Professor���������������������������"What is  the  result,  young    gentleman,  when  a  bc; patient's temperature goes doAvn as  ._ i..;...-it-canl���������������������������-IStudcnt���������������������������...'.Why���������������������������.  .(>  church and have her criticised."  How we dislike  the dentist    who  si.arcs no pains !  The man who mairies for money  (.horld he v.illii.u to take the humiliation  that  <-',o_s with it.  Minard's  Liniment  Lumberman's  Frloncl.  TRUSTWORTHY.  "I.ufus. you old loafer, do you  think it's right to leave your wife  nt the wash-tub while you pass your  time fishing'"  "'Vassal., jedge;    it's    all   right.  ���������������������������J__h wife don''need any watching,  ���������������������������-.he'll slioly wuk jes' as hard as if  J was dah."  RICH AND POOR ALIKE use Painkiller.  "F .ikon iiitcniiilly for rT_]n.>.s, colics and  (li:in-ho. a. Aijplit-il externally wire, api-iiiim  ami bwoIN'ii uui!. 1-ri. clu. Avoid . ulisti-  tutcs, tli(M-<' is but. one "J'tiinkiller '���������������������������  Pci-ry  Diiviis- "5c iiiiii iOc.  Hi<kllo--"Gashan     is     about   as  to collect  a  bill  for a  full  set of  false teeth that hc had made fo- ;i  <<p.  'xy  ma" almost n year before  ir _ !" growled thc dentist. "Xi.t  only <lid hc refuse to pay me but  he actually had thc ci'fro(it.->'/ to  gnash- at-mc���������������������������wilh my teeth!"  ��������������������������� "-.������������������>���������������������������"- v ,-..������������������    .... , Vour   1)riiK������������������isl   'Will   Tell   Vou  lh'Ughtful a man a.s 1 ever met in '.Murine lOye t.(.m_iy itDiii-von sore i_yus,  .1'   .. ,.   (,.., ,-���������������������������lt "     T.Mrlr.11     "f,.   (1...I : SlroiiK tlifiis   Weak   J'.'i'K.   Doesn t   bllliirt,  ab my tra\e)s. U.ttton��������������������������� I:; Unit Km,,|,7.s Kvi; i-ain, and rielis for 50c. Try  ....!" r.iddle--"Ves: the other Murine in Vour Kyes ami in lUiby's  ,'r.uhl,   hel'oro     knocking    a    fcH0W;Ky������������������s for S,nly Hycl.dH and CranulaUon.  d'-wn   wlio  had    insulted    him,  i.o  rang she night-bell of a doctor, so  that  the   fellow   should  not   wantj  for surgical attendance."  Help your children to grow strong  and robust by counteracting anything tha[ causes ill-health. One  great cause of disease in children  is worms. Remove them with Mother Craves' 'Worm Exterminator.  It never fails.  ISSUE KG. 26-10.  THE GOOSE'S BABIES.  Dolly had just returned from a  v;Ht to her grandfather's farm,  and was simply bubbling over with  news of all the wonderful things  she had  seen.  Aunty came in for thc greatest  share, having moro time and patience  than  busy mother.  "And were there 'any chickens  und ducklings'?" sho asked, amused  "Oh, yes, hundreds of them."  was Doily's enthusiastic reply.  "And also lhc sweetest little���������������������������little-- oh! you know what 1 mean,  aunty."  "Lambs," prompted aunty.  "No���������������������������oh, nol" exclaimed Dolly,  iirpatiently, "little���������������������������little���������������������������little ���������������������������  dear mc!* What are a goose's babies called?"  It has been  suggested  that men  ought to be    allowed to join  women's clubs.     In    that ease,   who  would take care of-thc babies  Ask for Minard's and tako no  other.  FOOLISH QUESTIONS.  "Were you ever arrested before?" asked the magistrate, whose  principal business is imposing fines  for speeding.  "What do you think I've been  doin . all thc.c years?" said tho  chauffeur, "pushing a whcclbar-  barrow?"  cr���������������������������he gets cold feet!"  When going away from home, or  at any change of habitat, he- is a  wise man who numbers among his  belongings a bottle of Dr. J. D.  Kollogg's Dysentery Cordial.  Change of food and watcr in some  strange place where there are no  doctors may bring on an attack of  dysentery. Tic then has a standard  remedy at hand with which to cope  with the disorder, and forearmed ho  can successfully fight thc ailment  and subdue it.  Lawyer���������������������������"What is your occupation?" Witness���������������������������"I'm a piano finisher." Lawyer���������������������������"He a little moro  definite- Do you polish them or  move them?"  DEAF, "LISTEN! .  You have used Horns, Trumpets  and other Mechanical Devices in  the hope of being able to hear, but  always found thc expected satisfaction was spelled "Disappointment." If you write to Ernest  Pratt, 4GS Yongo Street, Toronto,  you will learn some good news. Do  it to-day���������������������������-better  still���������������������������do  it now!  TRANSFIGURATION.  One morning Jenkins looked over  hi. garden wall and said to his  neighbor:  "Hey. what are you burying in  that hole?"  "Oh," he said, "I'm just replanting some of my seeds; that's all.,"  "Seeds!" shouted Jenkins an-  giily. "It looks more like one of  mv hens."  "That's all right. The seeds are  inside."  will - k"Pp- "o ws. f roo-f rom _flics_at _ a .cost of  less than one cont a day.  o.  RT  $1.75 GALLON Qt,������������������A������������������  Ask your Hardware Dealer, or  WM. COOPER fit NEPHEWS  TORONTO.  Probably the easiest kind of easy  'mark is a" man who labors under  the delusion that hc understands  w-ome".  You cannot bc happy while you  havc corns. Then do not delay in  getting a bottle of Holloway's Corn  Cure."it remove., all kinds of corns  without pain. Failure with it is unknown.  Popularity depends a good deal  on a man's ability to be right and  agreeable at the same time.  Minard's Liniment u.ed by   Physicians.  Sweet Child���������������������������"Say, pa, you must  be a pretty strong man!" Pa���������������������������  "Fairly so, my dear. Why?" Sweet  Child--"'Cause uncle said when he  went out with you the other night  you carried the biggest load of any  in a-1 he ever saw without showing  it'"  fend for freo sample to Dept. W. LM M������������������  tonal Drug. & Chomlcal Co., Toronto.  A pessimist defies society as a lot  of nobodies who talk about nothing.  I Keep Minard's Liniment  In tho houso.  You wiil find relief in Zam-Buk!  It eases the burning, stingfojj  pain, stops bleeding and brings  ease. Perseverance, with Zam-  Buk, means cure: Why not proye  thie ?   Ml Druggists and Stores.-���������������������������  __������������������_. 3*  >s-  Thursday, August 4, 1_������������������1U  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  I  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 12k c  per pound.  Many Enderbyites Enjoy  a Delightful Day at Naramata  Church Hay Carriers, $10 each  Louden Hay Carriers, $7.50 each  Ths very best in Horse Forks  from $5 to $6 each.  Manila & Wire  Rope all sizes  Hay Forks and Rakes, Hoes,  Spades, Shovels, all kinds  We carry a large stock of  Builder's Supplies  Nails, $3.75 per keg  Building Paper 85c a roll  Locks,   Hinges,   Wood  Screws,  Bolts, Roofing,  Paints  &  Oils.  Tools of all kinds: Saws, Hammers, Axes, Chisels, Trowels,  Files, Punches, Planes, Draw-  Knives.  Sporting Goods: We stock all the  best in Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolvers and Fishing Tackle.  Our stock of Ammunition is  complete.  The 1900 Water Motor, Washer  and Wringer, Price $40. This  machine is absolutely guaranteed; you do not have to keep  it if it is not satisfactory.  Estimates given on Plumbing  systems, Hot Water and Hot  Air Heating Plants.  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  A- "class" excursion was given to  Naramata last Thursday to witness  the second regatta of the season.  Fully 100 Enderbyites attended, partly for the pleasure of the trip, and  partly to see the game of baseball  between the Enderby team and the  winner of the game between Penticton  and Summerland.  The weather was delightful, and  there could not have been a more  pleased, satisfied party than that  from Enderby. Outside of the flagrant carelessness of the C. P. R. in  failing to provide lights to enable  the weary homecomers to find their  way into the cara at the Landing,  the trip was one filled with pleasure,  and something long to be remembered.  Promptly at 7 o'clock the special  train pulled in to : Enderby. It was  due to leave at 7:30, but the rush for  tickets was so great and the facil-,  ities for supplying them so poor that  the train was half an hour, late in  leaving. "   _   -  At Armstrong the party was augmented by a number from that vicinity. At Vernon, the . Fire Brigade  band was taken abfoard and with this  splendid musical organization a large  number of Vernon's citizens holiday-  bent.  The trip down the lake on the s.s.  Okanagan was one of the greatest  pleasure. Capt. Estabrook and his  ofiicers handling the crowd admirably  particularly in looking after the comfort of all .at meal time. More than  150 people were served at the ship's  tables at each meal.  The Vernon band distinguished itself on the down trip. The music  provided was a rare treat to the  music-hungry crowd.  At Kelowna and Peachland many  excursionists boarded the boat, but  at Summerland the greatest crowd  came on, the hills seeming to teem  with a. merry lot of good-fellows.  When the Okanagan headed away  from Summerland for Naramata,  across the lake, she had on board  600 people.  It was a great crowd���������������������������particularly  great in character and poise.  At Naramata the arrangements for  the reception of the excursionists  were very good. The s.s. York had  already unloaded her passengers from  the south, and others were coming  in rowboats, sailboats and motor  launches. A double decked grandstand, with dancing pavilion and refreshment stalls had ' been erected,  giving a magnificent view of the  water course. This, with a seating  capacity of 1000, was quickly filled.  Looking   upon   this   gathering   of  r- Woo d Furnace  McClary's Magnet Wood Furnace has a fire-box with corrugated sides���������������������������not straight like the fire-box   in   ordinary  wood  furnaces.    The   Magnet    corrugated   fire-box,   if  stretched out straight, would be one-third longer.    You  can   readily   see   the  advantage of-this McClary feature  ���������������������������it   nearly   doubles  the heating power and  ��������������������������� gives you the best results.     The   Magnet  fire-box   is   better,  stronger, heavier than  you'll   find   in   other  wood furnaces, and it  is in only two pieces,  held   together    with  McClary Oil Cement  at   the   joint    (cup-  shaped) so no fumes,  smoke   or   gas   can  escape.   The McClary  agent in the nearest  town will show you  all of the good points  of the Magnet. Write  to   the   nearest   McClary   branch   for  booklet. No charge.  MXlaryi  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary.  For Sale by A. FULTON, Enderby  more    than   a   thousand    faces   one  could not but be 'impressed with the  excellence of the company he was in.  Strength of character, wealth, health  and loftiness   of   aim   were pictured  therein.   There could be no mistaking  the quality of men and' women who  are giving   the   best   part   of   their  lives in the work   of   building here  in the Okanagan an ideal homeland.  And whatever   might be one's previously-conceived ideas,  there could be  no doubt left in any sane mind1 as to  what the ultimate outcome is to be.  We   read,   of   empire   builders, the  makers of Canada, the builders of nations, but here we see men who have  made fortunes starting in the sunset  of life to build an empire within an  empire, and   on    the   highest ideals  possible.   And as we look into their  eyes,  rich   in   life's. experiences, we  feel strongly animated by the spirit  animating   them,    and look away to  the   parched    hills   where    here and  there a beautiful home surrounded by  rich green orchards, gives evidence of  that  which  is  to  be  over  the  vast  stretches of hillside  overlooking  the  lake.   And    we   marvel   at the foresight of   the- men   who   evolved the  scheme, and    admire   the courage of  those  who    followed    them.   But all  this is another story.  J. M. Robinson, the father, of Naramata, and his lieutenant, Mr. Gillespie, were rustling about to get the  crowd seated and the programme of  events off on schedule time.  The war canoe races were the only  events that were really well contested. Especially the junior and  senior war canoe races between Naramata and Peachland, and the mixed  war canoe race between these towns.  Peachland crews showed superior  paddle work in all these .events, and  the seniors won the fastest war canoe  race ever held on the lake���������������������������time 7������������������  minutes., Peachland juniors also won  their, race, but- Naramata's mixed  war-canoe crew took the lead at the  start and maintained it to the finish.  There was no sailing race, and the  life-saving contest and fire-drill. by  thc crews- of the' Okanagan, Aberdeen  and York had to be called ofl.  The baseball games were a disappointment. Penticton and Summer-  land teams played in the morning to  see which "of the teams should go up  against Enderby for the championship "cup. Summerland won by a  score of 12-8.  The game between Enderby and  Summerland was anything but good.  It was not even fair. In all the  games the Enderby team has played,  they never made as poor a showing  as at Naramata. And yet, they were  winning when they had to catch their  suit-cases on the run and race for the  boat with the game unfinished and  the score 7-7.  Ray=Hancock^had=no=control=6f"the"  ball in the first, second and third innings, but did good work after that,  and the    Summerland   team did not  score after-the third inning. At  the end of the third, the score stood  7-3 in Summerland's favor. At the  end of the seventh, it stood 7-7, with  Hancock improving in speed and control. .Manchester, .pitcher. for Sum-,  merland was hit with ease. Base  hits were easy, and Ed Forrester put  out,two two-baggers and McLean one  but in spite of this thc Enderby boys  fell down. They were slow on bases,  and lacked their accustomed head-  work. Murphy had his hand badly  split by a ball off the bat, and was  laid up after the third inning. Wm.  Mack went behind the bat, and did  splendid work. Schmidt 'also showed  up well on 1st. Indeed, after the  boys got down to work they were  just beginning to play the game  when they had to come home.  The return trip from Naramata to  the Landing was thoroughly enjoyed  by the- boat-load. In addition to  the music by the Vernon band; there  was singing in the brightly lighted  ladies' cabins, and upon the decks in  the dim starlight.  At the Landing the excursionists  ran abruptly into a sample of C.P.R.  economy or carelessness or both, that  will long be remembered. The long  walk from the boat to the cars had  to be made in darkness along the  uneven passage on the wharf or in  and out   among   the   freight cars.  There were   no   lights provided to  is the 1. to Secure a  Home in 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.  .  Clearing and slashing now being done,, leaving the ornamental  trees standing, making it park-like.  Terms are such as to make it within reach of any person desiring to secure a home in the most healthy and picturesque suburb of  town. V  For further particulars and list of properties, apply to���������������������������  H. W. HARVEY  Real Estate and Insaraac* Agsmt  Agent for The National Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford;   Th* Mova Scotia Fir* Insurance Co.,' The  London Guarantee and Accident Co., Ltd.  ENDERBY  GRINDROD  !  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N.B.���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns and White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winnerB.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop. Enderby, B. C.  :���������������������������  :  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Life Insurance policy in the Royal Insurance Co.  of Liverpool, E_g,, is a valuable asset.    A plain.  . .straightforward  contract, leaving no room for  doubt aa to its value.  ~ The Liverpool _ London & Globe las. Co. _  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  British America Assurance Co.  Royal Insurance Coot Liverpool (Life dept)  .The London A Lancashire Guarantee _  Acadeht Co.. of Canada.  BELL BLOCK. BNDERBY  Seal of Alberta  "The Faultless Flour"  MAKES  PERFECT  Try a Sack and you will see that this statement  is the truth, and nothing but the truth.  WALTER ROBINSON  ENDERBY  protect thc crowd against walking off  the wharf into the lake or stumbling  over obstructions along the way.  .This caused enough complaint, hut  the worst was yet to coroc. When  the crowd of 200 or more finally arrived at the cars, naturally they  piled into the first lighted coach.  Those fortunate euough to be first in  occupied the seats and the great majority passed into the next car. It  was an observation car, and a flickering lantern in , one end cast a shadow over the seats. This car was  soon filled, and the crowd pushed  and stumbled about in the darkness  to, get into the next car. This was  also an observation car. It was in  absolute darkness, and the seats  scattered about. By this time  the crowd without "encumbrances"  had been left behind in the lighted  cars, and mothers with babies in  their arms   and   children clinging to  them were compelled to stumble into  and .over seats in the darkness. Thc  fourth coach was equally dark. It  had a park bench down the centre  and foot-rests along the sides. You  could feel them as you stumbled  over them, and, after becoming accustomed to the darkness, you could  actually see them.  A train man was appealed to,-and  all thc satisfaction he gave, was an  indifferent "Oh, well, we cannot put  up lights if the company will not  furnish them."  Anyone experiencing this 20th century innovation .in railroading will  havo no doubt about the "class" of  it. Say 32nd class with live stock  rates and a roan with a punch-pole  to run along   the   sides of the cars.  Another excursion with such classy  return-trip accommodations and the  railway company will be running  empties down the line. Vagaries of _jerves"  CONCLUSIONS  OP   A PSYCHOLOGICAL STIIDV.  _'ara_i>\������������������'* of    Unman    Appivhcn-  .....i.s��������������������������� Curio������������������.    Fears  Which  AD'cct  Is.  _"'.>_ jp'i'J not foe I ashainrcl if  y.iUr _rwi :s I ronib! 0 and your checks  palo wiiiMU'M.T ymi !_���������������������������]:������������������nc*o down  from (!!!'.' 1'iu of a high, Lower or  oilier i"l'.y place. Yon arc simp]}'  .siii'lc.-iiig frnni acrophobia, a dis-  K-a-ae. (-������������������������������������������������������ v.hk'h oven tho bravest*  .souls  ii.'"*'.  subje...  The v;i.ri<.ii.s kinds of huiiinn [cars  haw H'l-.iidy bc-^u taken up by  psychoiugis t. and scienlists and  syiiii; vry interesting conclusions  haw   be-wi   recorded.  Tho fue.y, that. a woman is afraid  of a mouse is no indication, il appear-, that .she i. a physical cow-  a. i. The man who faints at lhc  sight ol" blood may bc a veritable  Cocir de l.ii/ii in moments uf real  da-yer. !''ear is a disease, which  ii;ay be cither local or general. The  coward suffer, from general fear,  ���������������������������whereas even the bravest nian  . lay suffer from lhe same disease  in a local form und evince fear afc  perf'V-Lly   harmless things.  The sail ;r who never bats an eye  fn Lii-.v .. .'"re.i. hurricane very oflcn  shows  symptoms    of    tbe greatest  distress  ihe   rocking or  a   rail  way (ra'n. On the other .wind, lhe  engineer who handles the throttle  nf a -fast i.'.pre. s locomotive, niain-  1 ;iiniJi.tv a j.p'.-eil of over sixty miles  an hour. Kirn- deathly sick from  the m.iih'i! "f a row-boat.  looking _(.i: jikmkuv.  Tii"se ji-T'itliai* condition^ are.  now !>��������������������������� vug .Indied by the med/cal  jirofe.s.-'to;:  with a. view lo  remedy-  ins Llu-m.    Ther^ is no reason why   comp.ira,ivo ������������������,lsc with    which  anyone    should    lv!     afra.d    ol j f(jl.m of lhcfl h acc0] n.)lishcti.  .vianding upon a platform which  he U11 ��������������������������� - v.-.. i- perfectly safe, even  "though it i- several hundred feet  in the air, nor why a bridge worker, wh'i N ae-'iiJ-'tnincd t-i sealing  lofiy gi'.d:- .: U':. a moiik'-y .hould  become panic ..trickon when asked  tu liandl''. a duxe.'i needles, and t.he  There is no pnin whatever attached to the operation, and yet the  sight of the blood is enough to  overwhelm these otherwise brave  guardians of the peace.  Strangely enough, too, persons  who can stand all sorts of pain  themselves readily succumb at t'he  sight of suffering in others.  LEA II Ob1  OKA I).  "Ono of my patients." said a  well-known phy.sk.ian. "has sub-  milled to several serious operations  without an anaesthetic and has behaved splendidly throughout, aI-  Ihcugh the blood flowed in streams  ane considerable pain must have  been occasioned. And yet this  same patient, a woman, fell in a  ���������������������������doad faint the other day when sho  ���������������������������observed a hoy holding a bloody  ���������������������������handkerchief- to his nose."  Necrophobia, or thc fear o[  dead bodies, is more or less natural. J_very one feels a certain  degree of repulsion at thc sight of  a coip c, although i't affect's some  more than others. Physicians, undertakers and policemen, who come  in contact wilh dead bodies uot  infrequently soon lose all sense of  fear, bufc thc ordinary run of men  would undergo almost any other  ordeal than be called upon lo face  a corpse.  HELPS POLICE.  This universal fear serves thc  police in very good stead in cases  of murders where lhe suspect is  caught and refuses fo give any information. The third degree is  called into service and the suspect  is suddenly confronted wilh the remains of his supposed victim. In  innumerable instances thc prisoner has been so overcome with fear  at tlio sight that hc has then and  there confessed his crime.  Kleptophobia, or the fear of becoming a. kleptomaniac, is sometimes met with, and is probably induced by the perusal of too many  accounts  of    kleptomania  and   the  ... this  1>" '  HARNESS THE LIGHTNING  FICTION   L'S&uTL.  WASTE OE POTENTIAL ENERGY  OF (. Kl.AT VALUE.  Wh .(  (hc    Hash    Could   ilo if It  Were Directed Toward Somo  Useful Work.  Alodcrn physical    scientists    aro  e\cr   looking  for  new   worlds    to  conquer.    Having already harnessed tho 'Streams and even converted  wave  force    into   cleclrieity,  l.hey  aic now giving exhaustive study to  the  question of   the  possible   utilization   for  industrial   purposes  of  the power iu thc lightning's Hash.  To every intelligent electrician thc  play of lightning    seems    a great  waste  of  energy.      An    electrical  sli .-m  possesses   "enough potential  oi.crgy to drive  a. good many factory wheels.   A lightning flash sev-  ciaJ  miles in length casts athwart  tne earth an illumination so great  auJ  intense  that  our highest developed electrical lamps seem   insignificant  indeed,  in  comparison.  Jieecntly,    a    brilliant    electric  flash on a. cloudy day was estimated to give light to oue foot candle  power, and if one wait be allowed  per   candle  foot,   then    .   flash    of  lightning a    space of    two    miles  would  represent' an expended energy   of somo 10,000 kilowatt  seconds.    One's  imagination is  staggered bv  the idea of au artificial  lamp callable of    spreading an illumination like this through space !  The Hash through space illuminates  two miles   square  of earth,  which  would require many hundred lihou-  s. nd incandescent 'lannps lo equal.  That we have entertained many  misconceptions about    lightning  is  apparent from    recent    invesliga-  .tions.    A lightning Hash frequently  extends over  SEVERAL MILKS Ob' SPACE.  A single finish of 10.000 volts an  inch would thus require a potential difference 'of  about 1.200,000,  f>5SE.\.SI_      DEKII'.I)      THI_V_Al__.f  WAS CUKl.'A) _ T G\CK HY  "i-M{un:-A-.ivs-:s."  Mr. IT. Murchessault, 11 iyli Constable of lhe Province ol' Quebec, who  lives a.t St. llyaciii.he, thought he was  sointr to'l.o disabled i'or life.  A terrible pain in the baclc kept hiin  in tlie lioiuc and iindor tho doctor's  care for month.. Nothing' seemed to  S'ive relief.  Then lie tried ' . .ult-u-lives," th.  famous fruit medicine. Note the ro-  w ults.  "Krult-a-tivc s" cured mo of chronic  pain in the back that waa so severe  that I could not drive my horse,"  writes Mr. I\laiches..ault.  Tf you havo Weak Kidneys and that  Hitiiiff Pain in thc Back, by all moans  try "Fruit-a-lives,    which is made of '  fruit juices.  50c a box, G.for 52...0. or- trial box.  25c. At all dealers, or from Kruit-a-  tlvus, Limited.. Ottawa.  pump 100 gallons of water to a  height of 25 feet .something like  three times.  Of course, there is no limit, to  wha it the flash of lightning .could  do if properly harnsijsed vine, its  potential energy stored so that ifc  could be u .ed for driving machinery. Its usefulness would bc limited -only by the machinery invented for doing man's work, and this,  as we all know, is sufficiently varied to include almost cvci'y known  labor.  that is utterly incomprehensible lo  the human mind.  THE AVE.U.AGE E_TE IIGY  of tho discharge at .10,000 kilowatt  second,, would bc equal fco 7,000,-  OjO foot pounds expressed in simpler language.  If wc accept this potential energy iof a Hash of lightning, constituted as ifc is of a series of almost  simultaneous discharges, we might  traiHato it into even plainer language by showing what it could do  if it were directed toward some  useful work. - In .l.ctri.a. science  experts speak oil the kilowatt- hour  in..l_������������������-d of the kilowatt second. It is  known approximately  what can b  WHAT lSKKAKS OC __ N (JA_L_S  Tungl. _   I'j)  Willi   Ships' Anchors  and Cut  to Jtclea.se Them.  Submarine, cables in the .North  Sea and the English .'hamvi/I are  subject apparently to more frequent aud longer inl.rru.p'Lion..  than those which connect Ireland  with Canada. Tt is nearly always  thc anchor of a vessel whieh causes  breaks in cables, and tine big majority of lhc breaks arc near shore.  Last year two of the-cables between England aiul Germany  were broken at the same tim-e for  seven weeks. ,Oue of them was actually not working 'for nine weeks,  the other for eleven. Trawlers  cause 'most of thc trouble around  (hc English coast. The cables foul  their .-.anchors, and the fishermen,  unwilling lo lose time, cv.'t tho  cable when it is hauled up instead  of disentangling it. To convict in  cases of this sort is next to impossible, and the companies find their  best protection is in a- standing of--  fer of a liberal reward to all ships'  captains who sacrifue their archora  lo save lhc cable.  i's ������������������'" c;0,nPll'-'!lli,'"i the potential en-  oi.\-olt.7.^lhe  enti're length" of! 0i'Sy of a.   f_.li of   lightning could  Solving a-MurdiM* I?lot liy flic IMol   two  miles.    Such a voltage in  the ! l>f.'H(_ -ni   some  marvelous   (cats rn  Psychol.>gihf  hail   a.  re I ������������������!���������������������������'���������������������������!  :oi 11ii'   to   try to  From  a Xovi.i.  Dr.   H.  Becker,   of Berlin,   tells  how  a.   novel  explained  a.   famous  A   woman  German   murder  case  nail   a.  reimMV. ,   , , ., . .     i   i t. _  .,.1      .. >    i ;   , i ��������������������������� t  I a.'M .her chi dre.n had   been   found  J ne  b'ar ot  sharp  itoinls,   which    .      ,   . -,1,11  ���������������������������_s   __|l__   uKiliiiMinhobhi.   is   bv   no;!1���������������������������1,1"   ������������������   r���������������������������������������������.   V,ih    ^ '^  means   unrommou*.   and  vet   ,0  far \  *cljcd n'0I".lhc jns:d������������������-    I.t.s������������������clut;< - miles ol tne Jiasn.  h;n   heen    unaccounted 'for.    Thc jtu   ������������������������������������ ;L Pi������������������������������������������������������   eusc  of   suicide.     Ifc,    1Jut  Lhis <]of,s ���������������������������ofc ijappP11.  Ever  fear of darkness fn.m which nea 1- ! ^ U)0   .him 1<J' convince lhc judge -.^^  m..n  has inh;ll)itcd thc 0:i.vtli  ���������������������������c'loc'-ricity. it should, so far as  \>c can conceive, annihilate whole  communities and destroy all human life within a radius of many-  miles of lhe Hash  ly  al! ���������������������������children   .ulfer    until     thev  reason i_ mon  ��������������������������� iid  nuugh  lo  ly <:xp'.'iined.  IMII.MIT1VK  INSTINCT.  ������������������'ii:,.   hack  to   the  vry begin  the  human'     rue",   when  a 1 ���������������������������:  casi  It  nin^ ,  jirim.'tive  in.ui  was always  in dun-! <���������������������������n ol" llic  hooks,   "Nona Sahib."  '   .m  il:i'  wild    animal.-, which'by John   b'alvliff,   fell  open  easily  mad; iiini'' under the  ever ��������������������������� ������������������t the pla.-c it had been most often  ��������������������������� _  clouds is almost inconecivahle.    J fc [ li,c I'Kb'stnal world  is not in accord with all of the most;    Lroadly  speaktng.   ,t   could  saw  advanced ideas as fo (he nature of  p Jcctol deadltniber if harnessed  lo. a null to drive a modern circular saw, /or it couid bc used to  sharpen ]-J.001) knives if us-'cd for  driving a grindstone. Ib has sufii-  cicnt potentiarencrgy lo carry one  some nine miles in an electric am-  lomohile. ft could warm a woman's  curling lor:, every day for nearly  three years, for three minutes'  performance each day, or it would  light nearly S..00 cigars by the or  eai Hashes havc broken the monotony of .summer heat,   and  so far  .before   whom   the case    came.     ^ i v'iofen t"thuiMii_ rsiorins  and cleclri  iooke-u like  art-.     I lie  novels  read  in tho house were looked into.    I't _  was  thought that the   habit many \ n:. [h(i records"show no remarkable,,,   . . ... ������������������������������������������������������      .  P^ pie have ���������������������������t putting letters in- ��������������������������� y[At;ll[on vi nmisuai calamity has ��������������������������� dmary dashbght method. Again, it  to books might give sonic duo. N;o . r(,silji(,4 h\iCl,.efrom Yet the pho-j <:0,,i������������������ bc '"'1<-'C to h]ov' ;i 1m '"S0  Mich   loiter was  found.      Jnstcad, ������������������ n^Rn'sl .,r {{l6 ]i^hj-ning Hash have  chtwch organ for every Sunday for  _ ������������������������������������������������������' " ���������������������������;  nr.-'h'..  nf dJirk)!.'.-".    l-'.ven mIicm our <-a rly ! "VMcd   before.    Thc  page  showed  am .--lor., aoiuired  lhe art nf fire-:'''"   ;l murderer    had arranged a  building,   tin;  vere by  im  up  tif    contrary,  (hi-v   wre   inerea  wa-  f .ind   that   thc  hontii''-     atl raeted  "<:T< *":'il.Vi"r"nrT)f-fn  ���������������������������������������������(  orror_ ,d darUni-s.-.. c|'imo io iUilkc iij l,rovc iUcli' a su'1  ns diniinishrd.   (hi ��������������������������� ('u'f'.  n    S'lnie    rc-pc-is, J     Alter killing his   vi'dim   and  ar  ',   because     J^: ranging everything in thc room, he  "hue   of   the;!1'''-'1 bored a- very small hole in  lhe;  the    prowling '<<oor above    the    bolt,   b.dt.cl  t.ll������������������ |.li���������������������������sh   so to speak, is an optical il-  -w-^, ,-t-, r^,-r,^-.���������������������������      t. .-a ,__,^-n__]i^)f))^   ](-, j j, ni0t one vioteni  ! pr.zzled .scientists.    They could not.  | understand   why  o_ tin   and  nitric  acid were nofc formed in enormous  quantities  by  even    an    ordinary  Hash.  i    But thc secret of it now appears  ��������������������������� to be that our eyes arc not capalble  ; of recording accurately lhe peculiar phenomenon of the heavens. As  on  11  wa  n   li.i .  r,-M _.ui~a_.ii iife-tmfn  to   lie coiisliintly on  i  a  mat ter  of    fact,   the    Jighfniiif  LOCUSTS FLiOM TJ-iE   I)JCSE.RT.  One  of  the  worst    enemies tlr.it  the South African colonists have to  v   wiku ean  oe j ,    ,   .     ,,      , , ,  .,  accomplished  ,'bv  a  kilowat_   lAmr I fi'"10.'1 L .ls'Lhc hrown locust o    the  Avhcn electricity i.s har:'.-s-d lo per-    ^lulwri Desert, wh.ch per.oda'al-  fonn different/tasks.    On this bas-   !'   **"** lor  )   ^vounng swarm,  inlo the settled regions on the  south. In March, l.c)0_, enormous  swarms of-these destroyers invaded  Cape Colony, overspreading an  area of 12i.,000 square miles. The  insects lay their eggs in the invaded regions during the winter, and  thc eggs arc hatched during Iho  ncxtfc summer's rains. The South  African Central Locust bureau-���������������������������  the existence of such an organization shows -life seriousness of the  plague���������������������������gives warning thafc gerafc,  energy will be required during Iho  coming sii-muier to destroy lhe insects. .Nothing, ifc is thought, could  bc done to combat thc locusts in  their desert stronghold, and attention must be concentrated upon  ���������������������������in*, destruction   of  the young    in-  isccts as (hey hatch oufc.  0  over   three   successive  mouths,   or  :md   Ihe   room   in  tiie a. Ml foi the --reeii fyc-halls oT ��������������������������� ^oin.-iii     and    hei  1.   i . ������������������i 11.     .'Nil nl*. thlS     I Cil I  which   lhc   dead  were  Ul   ./'���������������������������' ���������������������������<)!II"  darkiii'-s   i  viMl.nrs.  th ���������������������������'reft i iv.  bred   in  charge, but a scries of discharge's.  "-'    "_''    ���������������������������������������������������������������"������������������"���������������������������������������������"'    wuruir\   (Lash of  two or   more miles    in  ..f.ifo.MKl   was examined     A  hole  w-^ | j,.n,vth is made up of ^0 to DO  'loitnd   bored  above   the   boll its   in j  he  lii-ii ������������������������������������������������������  ft. Iiv  ai:.-.t ciiiUli'������������������'ii   shmi  Id   I  >c  :I1M.I  k i I id  Cil I ���������������������������'-  weaucd out of it  A(iAII')IMIf)lilA.  SUCCK8SIVL  DlSCOAIiOKS.  it no.,, ������������������."c onisKuj,       mi.j      Sfj        k[]    Ulftt llH,.ir .,,,.  the hole, winch had, rK,;   suf,ms  ,l,,no;st/ ,illlU]L;u,e-  (  11  .ihii'i-l    ;  lln'   f".'i  .1:   '.������������������������������������������������������   tin  -I   . >.il->'iM  v. i 'eh   i-.  oI iii;:11   ;i  ,<lalo-.   ii.i'.l:  holt.'1/     bi'-i't  1 !ie  ni''rt \   id   will  only  .hiiii''!' of  tin. _ ��������������������������� r,   anil   th  iil'ied   l(j 1,'ns tear is a;;a-  ���������������������������iii*   I rd i  -< >l   i ijirll   ,.|i.'l'r>,  ���������������������������< ane'eiit in il'.  i ���������������������������!' '.lark ness. 11  linn-   when  mir  u-igi  i  iitoi'-i    we re   ;iL  liea>-l.s,       Their  afely   wil-; (lie  tall  v   uatui"illv   shun-  iin^ novel. The horsehair u-scd in  jshiM'/fing the bolt from thc oulsidi  j had been left in  '.been   left in  the   hole,   winch   ha<  ..been filled with wax.   The woman's  ; ho. band  was convicted uf murder-  ��������������������������� iu_ her and her children. ;  This is nol a. '"'detective story." |  .There was no cunning used loj  . tnrel eiinning. I'.very falsehood j  .must be cnnnin.s,'. It is sn inilik������������������;  ; what is done by those who are nut. i  ' funning   that   'lhf   difference   c,*i;i-j  .pai'i-  ,'1..'     I 11   e;| ,\        prey  '.���������������������������iii'nii'.'-i.        \\ 'hi I  iipi-n  'i'  where   they { inr, be, h:<hh',n.  <>  theii'il)/   any one   who   looks  into   it.   if  . J   '.'   ,i"���������������������������,   .",.    "     ,  i ,.;,'      '.notential   dillen  <���������������������������   le.'ir   of   ni'i own hahits arc not lalse.     Aliir-   ',      ������������������������������������������������������,;���������������������������,, ,,(��������������������������� ..  liaralively ; der will out,     not because it takes     , ,    uUI,",!,-,  ; !.-<  O      ��������������������������� IM  ^votild   I  iial.'.n.i!  t||H      eil.'l l"l"le|'       H      C'dll)  nn".   phy^ician>   u'ccasionally   run j genius   to deie.t    il,   lnit  brcausft  acro-s ihi.'ui. ! everything done to conceal it helps  CATS.' I to   expose  it.      Science   is    know-  .,, ,.��������������������������� .,     .. f i hdge of what is natural  A I'm rnjiiiui _.i . ur thc I car of cats  i.i tar uiui i. '���������������������������'Oiimun, nl  are  variuii- phages of  (hough Lhurc  Some  l.nou  it.  at once  tu show t.he difference bo-  (wien what is natural nnd what is  not Lverything natural, includ-  wh.'it are called '"'accidents,''  helps In makc. tin. difference clearer until finally there is no doubt  left, It is highly unscientific to  .hope lo succeed in fooling everybody.  people can.'i'.t tolerate .. cat in tiie.'  .amc room. Others do not mind1 l '"  the feline's presence, but cannot  . ndttre its touch. While others,  who will learb.'.sslly fondle poor  pussy in their arms, vrill go wcll-  riiu'h into hysterics if the animal  Bit', uld suddenly and without warn-  ine,' spring  into  iheir laps,  SIGHT Ol'  15LOGO.  H i.matophobia, or the fear of  blond, is perhaps the, most common  fear among persons otherwise  courageous. Dig, lusty policemen  have, been known to faint, afc the  (acre sight of the blood.uu/.ing from  the  .scratch    which     the  physi. ian ;.n -..he  top  may he poured  off foi  _anfcuri in thc course o!" vaccination. ! !....������������������  TO BUHII'Y WATEB.  in cases where it is impossible  to obtain a Jiltcr. water may be  I'niriiicd  by adding to   it-powdered  alum in the proportion of one tab  lespoonful to four gallons of water.  Stir qui'ckly and allow it to aland.  AT that is impure will then sink to  he   ibottoin,   and   the  pure   water  p  1 mis to 'he eye. This has heen  I proven by thc camera, which meals n res" light much mure accurately  and sensitively than the human  eye, upon which an impression persist, for only 0.1 second, and which  cat-not measure anything less than  this.  This being   the ca.se, a  lightning  , Hash uf several miles in length may  s seen  at oiiKft:^,,  wiij,0,lt   creating  any   great  difference in the ends,  discharge, is much  like ������������������.��������������������������� la.ulalido down a steep sand  hill A klight movement of a peb-  bh. may start several other particles downward until tho movement becomes general, and a landslide follows. .A. slight discharge  uf cleclrieity _.om a cloud is followed by another and another until  the I total let loose is enormous. But  the total voltage discharged afc  any (/me is relatively small, possibly 50,000 volts a. foot at the moment of discharge, with a.n'average potential difference between  different points of the cloud of  50.000.000 volts..  Sensitive recording inst mine.its  have begun to measure tin*, lightning Hashes,  and in  this  way  our  TNE 'ROYAL' LINE TO EUROPE  SAILING    FROM  if gins  E_lGi_ir6.il and  Quebec,   to Bristo?  TRIPLE  TURMNZ EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS    ���������������������������  Royal Edward *������������������������������������ Royal George  Triple Scrow.s, AUrcoiii Wireless. D .op So.i Telephone,.,  .Passenger 1.levators, (I P .s.enger Decks, VJ.OOt) tons.  SAILINGS  FROM   BRISTOL STEAMER FROM   MONTREAL  Thursday, fl\ .V 26���������������������������Royal George   Thursday, June   9  a  a  n  H  ml  June 9���������������������������Royal Edward  June 23���������������������������Royal George  July 7���������������������������Royal Edward  July 21���������������������������Royal George  *u<|. .���������������������������Royal Edward  AND   FORTNICHTLY   THEREAFTER  _  u  a  ti  it  June 23  July 7  July 21  Aug. 4  #u_J. 1ft  knowledge concerning the electrical discharge of the clouds is being made more accurate, for instance, it i.s pretty well known now  thai Ih . duration of lhc discharge  is abuiit one five hundred thousandths of a   (second, ii   duration  The twin ships, tlie "Royal Edward " and th������������������  " Royal George." ar_ Uic f.slest triple screw turbine boats in the Canadian service. The British  port is Bristol (two hours nearer than Liverpool).  ���������������������������Special trains alongside steamers within m������������������ minutes of London. The steamers arc driven by tha  newest type of turbine, engines, insuring- a max.*  muni of speed and minimum i������������������f vibration. Tliel.  equipment is lhe finest ever seen in tho St. Law*  rence. Large staterooms.', spacious social apart*  inenl ."sheltered promenade decks, artistic l'u_ni*h_  ;ngs, perfect -.mce, and ventilation- by Ihorittbf  tank system, the fresh air being warmed or eooj__  as required.  i'or nut particulars, rates, booklets, schedule of sailings etc apptf  any steamship ag-enl, or write to If! 0. BO UI __..������������������.__, Gen.' Ag. til  Canadian Northern Ste unships, Limited, Toronto, Canada; or <W  lombs, Acting' General Im _ig.it and Passenger Ajfent, Alontrcal j ot  Win. ..tapleton, Genera! Ag-jnt, Winnipeg.  Best Appointed  Steamers.  J'he Most Picturesque Port.  Only four days  at sea.  *   _  _  \:  _ _</���������
JilDNKV I������J_LS.
Ilhey Proved a .Messing _o Iter
When If or Pains, and Weakness.
Wore Almost More Than She
Co Hid Heir.
Ut. George, Man., May 30
(Special).���������J-joping lo save hcr sis-
iu. women in thc West from pains
and aches 'which come at the critical times in a. woman's life, Mrs.
lArscnc Vinot of this place has gi\'-
tii tho following statement for
pubh'cation :���������
"I. havc brought up a large family and havc  always enjoyed good
health  unfit  thc last two'years. I
am Jifty-four years of age and  at
thc critical time of life that comes
to every woman, 1 htid pains in my
right hip   aud  shoulder.    I  could
n:>t lie down two minutes at a time
���������without suffering thc greatest agony.    Sometimes I awakened  with
���������tfccling as if one had laid  . piece
<)f ice on my head.    Another time
it would bo. a  burning pain under
the left shoulder.
"] took many medicines but could;
������<._ no relief,  fill _ca<l:_g of cures
of similar   cases    to    my   own by
"JDcdd's .Kidney Pills, ] .cf nie to try
them.   They did wonders for me.
"] want all women lo know what
Dodd's Kidney Pills did for me."
Dodd's Kidney Pills cure the
.Kidneys. The woman who has
Bound Kidneys is safeguarded
'agains, nine-tenthso. the suffering
that makes'life a burden to the women of Canada.
It _.ow Amounts to Seven  Billion
Alarm at the formidable growth
of the public debt of France, iis
departments, and the colonics is
increasing. Auguste Gcrvais, Senator of the .Department of the Seine,
has already sounded a warning.
Thc dc'bf now amounting to more
than 87,000,000,000 and exceeding
that of any other country, he says,
is loo easily lost sight'of by the
common people. They should re-
mc'n.ber lhat the inter...!, and other
annual charges to which it subjects
j lhem exceed $300,000,000. or one-
quarter of the total Gov/rn ment
expenses, and that Lhe debt itself
is rapidly increasing.
From the total, as estimated, are
expressly excluded both thc capital of the annuities payable by the
State, amounting to about $2,000,-
000.000, and some .30,000.000 which
the Stale owes lo railway companies for lines recently purchased.
One day  a drill-sergeant in
When you give your child  a so-
callcd   "soothing"     medicine    you
arc not curing its  sickness.      You
arc  merely drugging  it  into  temporary insensibility..    The so-called
oor thing medicines contain opiates,
and an overdose may kill the child.
���������When  you give little ones  Baby's
Own Tablets you have thc guarantee of  a government  analyst  that
this medicine is safe. And you havo
thc word of thousands of  grateful
mothers   "thafc  this    medicine  will
P'cinptly  cure  all  minor  ailments
of childhood.    Mrs. Alphonso  Roy,
Scott Junction,   Que.,   says:   "i\ly
iittle onc was weak and sickly and
used  to    cry  day and    night,  bufc
since giving him Baby's   Own Tabid,   hc has thrived splendidly, and
is as good-natured and happy    as
I could   wish."    Sold by a.11 \_od-
ci _c dealers or by mail at 2f> cents
a. box from The far. Williams' Me
dicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
Suitor���������Surely your father would
do something for us 1
Doctor's daughter���������Indeed he
���������w.ukl! He said thafc ho would ol>
, crate -en you any time free of
��������� The- World is Full of Pain.���������The
Lt aches and pains that afflict humanity are many and-constant, arising
from a multitude of indisfcinguish-
' able causes, but in the main owing
to man's negligence in "taking care
of his health: Dr. Tllomas'-_Ec-
ledric Oil was thc outcome of a
universal cry for some specific
which" would speedily relieve pain,
a. d it has filled its mission to a. remarkable degree.
...���������    the
Army had a number of recruits to
drill, and wanted the married men
separated from the single ones, so
he"formed them in a line, and gave
the word c/E command :
"Single men   advance,   and married men full back in the rear."
Ail took their positions e.vcept
one, an Irishman, \ vho stood still.
The sergeant asked the reason why
he had nofc moved, but no answer
came from Pat.
"Come, my man, arc vou married?"
"No,"   r. plied Pat.
"Then you are sin .le."
������" ,o.'-'
"Then  what are you .
"I am courting Sally.
The sergeant collapsed
A celebrated New York Au__sL
hits been selected [.to"" demonstrate
to deaf people thafc deafness is a
disease and can be rapidly and
easily cured  in your own home.
Hc proposes to prove this fact
by sending to any person" having
trouble with their ears a trial
treatment of his new method absolutely free. We-ad vise all people who have . trouble with their
ears lo immediately address Dr.
Edward Gardener," Suite 9J4, No.
49 West Thirty-third street, "New
York "City, and we wish to assure
ihem thafc they will receive by return- mail, absolutely free, a
"Trial  Treatment.!'
A    veritable    edition    de    luxe
among   .railroad      pamphlets    has
been  issued   by the   Crand  Trunk
J...  .way      System      tu      proclaim
amongst tourists thc glories of, thc
cities of M.onlreal and Quebec." The
brochure is beautifully printed and
generally arranged  in  the artistic
s'ylc .of earlier days,  when thc ornamentation of   a    volume was regarded as an important incident to
its presentation of reading mailer.
It gives an  interesting descriplioi.
of the   two   most interesting- cities
in Canada, with many illustrations
���������Vein photographs.      Sent    free to
a y address.    Apply to Mr.  J. i).
McDonald.      District      Passenger
Agent,    Union    Station,    Toronto,
, _.	
, During the season of drouth in
the arid parts o'f the Soudan thc
jciboa (a. small jumping rat), lives
entirely on preserved melons. He
biles off thc melon jusfc as it is
ripe and digs away the sand from
under it, so that it si'nks below the
level of the ground. The wind soon
covers it, ami th'c melon is thus
preserved until the jerboa- is ready
to eat it. One jerboa will bury 40
melons in a season.
!__j__i_. C.
Members Toronto Stock Exchange.
5 .fe lr.ves.mar.s   ",ri'. fr,r o,ir *e*wr
-___--__��������� \*    circula. on securities.
Wo havo moved to
.our ne������- buii(ii���������g,    90 Bay St.. Toronto
10%   IWVES"
Preform,   stork,   non-sp. (.._]_>._v..    safe
"pprmnn.nt.   Write   for   information,   or
heller still, if convenient, enroo and  in-
vcs_i|_iUo  for   yourself.
jm.dson iinos.,
20?. Jarvis SLi.c... Toronto
Iron and wood-working machinery,
engine s, boilers, steam pump a, gasoline
en. no a, electric motor, contractors'
machinery. etc. Rf>nd ;or cntalo^uo ot
over 3400 machines. I_. W. PRTllTB,
Limited.    Toronto.    Mootr.nl,    Y_.>.onv.r.
THE LINDMAN TRUSS will hold any reducible
henna. Endorsed by furenio.t medical n_������a.
W nte for particulars. ... LINDMAN. (Ileii'dk.
M (unreal. ���������   *
Seymour���������"I wonder    why   Fox-
Joy, when be goes out walking with
his wife, always lnakcs hcr keep.at
.Iixh left side?"
'lAshlcy~-"He's   deaf     on     that
side "
Minard's Liniment Co., limited.
Gent.-, have usud ryotir Minard's Liniment in my family and a.__ in Triy stablns
for yearn and consider it lhc best medicine obtainable.
_ . Yours truly,. -
AJ__R_T>    .OCTIAV.
Proprietor .ox Ion Pond llotel and Livery
The young woman sat plying the
i.eedle.    A  coat of her, husband's
was in her  lap.    As  the husband
pppcared,  she  said,  fretfully: '
'It is too bad, the careless wav
tbe tailor put this button on. This
is the fifth time I've had to put it
on for you."
Minard's Liniment used by Physicians.
The two men talked for a time in
the train. "Are you going to hear
Barkins jecturc_ jtp-nigh t V' said
one. "Yes7r returned" the other.
"Take my advice and don't. I
hear he, is an awful bore." "I
must go," said the other. 'Tm
Are your corns harder to remove
than those thafc others have had?
Havc they not had the same kind?
Havc ihey not been cured by using
Hello way's Corn Cure?- Try a bot-~
Gunner���������"Every time . he comes
to  my house    on a-  rainy    day he
wants to borrow an umbrella. Confound that man, 1 hope 1 never se.
him  again."        !'
Gti.ycr���������"Oh,  that's easy.      i'ust
lend him (he umbrella."
Tbe healthy glow disappearing
from the cheek and moaning and
.restlessness at night- nre sure symptoms of worms in children. Do not
fail to get a bottle of Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator; it is
an effectual medicine. '
Prosecuting Attorney (Frozen
_ PP_)__!__o_ur __honur,____h_._,shc_'ifl-..
bull pup has gone and chawed up
the court Bible!" Judge���������"Well,
makc the witness kiss thc bull pup,
then. We can't adjourn court for
a week just to hunt up _i new
_��������� Medical Need Supplied.���������When
a me die] ne is found that not only
acts upon ihe stomach, but is so
composed .that certain ingredients
of it pass unaltered through the
stomach' to iind action i-; the bowel?, then there is-available a purgative and a cleanser-"of great effectiveness: Parmelee's Vegetable
Pills, arc of this" character and are
best of all pills. ".During the years
that they have- been in-use they
have established themselves as no
other pill has done.
You havc used-Horns, Trumpets
and other Mechanical Devices in
toe hope of being able to hear/but
always found tbe expected satisfaction, was spelled "'Disappointment." If you write to Ernest
Pratt, 468 QYonge Street, Toronto,
y.ri will learn some good news. Do
it-to-day���������better still���������do it now!
The singer  who  grates  on  your
nerves is never a great success.
fcyesng!   Cleaning I
W . tha ��������������� n kert���������������_������._ wort to tk������
Sms 1st _fnt ta roar town, or _���������*<< ������J _*.
Maatr eat. Toropto, Ottawa, Q .__������&.-
The Heart of a Piano is the
Action,    insist on  .he
Piano Action
The change of dietary that comes
with spring and summer has the
<_ ecfc in weak stomachs of setting
up inflammation, resulting in dy-_
sentevy and cholera morbus. The
abnormal condition will continue if
nrtfc attended to and will cause an
exhaustive drain on the system.
The best available medicine is Dr.
J. D'. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial.
It clears the stomach and bowels
of irritants, counteracts the inflammation and restores -the organs to
healthy action.'
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The firnott Institute, B0_.n, Ont���������Can.
Is Your Hearing Good'
The   HEAR-.-PHONE   trill   ������jve   yoo' th������
benefits   or   Rood   henring.   S.nd   for   |rm-
boo.   ei_   jriv'ing   part.culars   and'   nninci
of   satisfied   utcrg.   Also
���������ptclal Offer for a Month's    Homo   Trial.
S3<   Spadlna   Avenue,   Toronto.
Tcacjier���������"Johnnie, where is the
Scut. Pole?" Johnnie���������"Dnnno."
Teacher���������"You don't know after all
my teaching?" Johnnie���������"No. if
Shacklctou can't find it there's no
use of my trying."
A LONC RECORD OF SUCCESS in curing all sorts of cms, burns and bruise?
ub well jis u 11 howcl com pl.t kits, j,������ held'
by " Painkiller "-over 60 years. 'Avoid
mhstituto.. there is but, one "P.iinl_ Up.-"���������
Perry  Diivis.-,  25c.  and 5C������.
Bones���������"Who  was    the greatest
financier ever known?"    Exchange
���������-"___a;h;  because    he   floated  his
stock when the whole world was in
liquidation."^ . ���������     : ��������� ���������
'       Tour  Di-iiRKiKt   AVill   Tell   Von
Murine JiJye Jtetnudy Itelii-vcs Sore JOyo..
Strong-liens Weak .yes. Doesn't' Smart,,
Soothes J3ye ]'..in, aixl Soils for 50c. Trv
Murine in Vour ]_.yes and in Baby's
Eyes for Scaly iSyelids and Gi_.nuJ.tiu_.
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Also I__rs, Iron, lietal������, Kiibbere. Etc "
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Phone for particulars.   Main W
__. ir i_i n'v e--^WAX <z*&si'j2>&';
ti C H H Y^SZ^mrtsPBocF
"Didn't some idiot propose to
you before our marriage?" "Cer-'
la inly !" ''Then you ought to have
married him." '"'That's just what
I  did \" .   .
"I have discovered a great labor-
saving device." "I always said you
were a genius. What is jt?" "7
am going to marry Miss Bullion,
thc heiress."
Ask for Minard's and take no other.
A young man who had just married suggested to his wife that they
should argue some    question fully
and frankly every morning.    This,
he thought,  would    help    them to
gaii-. a fuller    insight   into    each
other's nature, thus making for increased happiness.    The first question happened to bc,   "Can a wo-
-nar. dross on  $20  a year?"      He
tcok thc   affirmative.     And  when
Jastsccn he was rushing upstairs to
take shelter in the garret, and she
was following with a broom.
Customer���������"I'm going to a
masked ball, and T want, something
that will completely disguise mc."
Assistant���������"Certainly, sir, I will
give you something nice."
It is easy to get a guarantee
from an irresponsible person.
Blink's-���������"You don't moan' to say
you've, found, a sure way to make
money at the races 1" Jinks���������
"Sure as shooting. I never fail"
BH.J��������������� "My ! My ! Do vou buy
tips?"   Jinks���������"Xo; I soli them."
Don't join a church choir ������������������'unless
yoti are prepared to - take your
Keep Minard's Llnln.cr.t  In the house.
Querierly���������"Did you enjoy your
voyage around Cape Horn?"
Lukbachcr���������"No; it reminded mc
too much of one cf my boyhood
Querierly���������"One of, your bov-
hood days'?" " '   "   "     ""
Lukbucher���������"Yes, the day when
I smoked my first cigar."
Mr., .lohn Potliirr.v, or Ontnil Ecan-
oniy. N.K., wiih _>_i<.licii)ly helpless from
l .it'iimn tistn.
Sins rnulcl not stoop, ;im| ..,.,. )i���������,hs
(wiled so tli.-it it wa.s inrtiii _ for licr to bi������
up   nml  iirtitiiid  tho  hoiici1.
Ar A!ra. Pel I igrpw put i|, -y ,,..,��������� .,]|
cniiplpil nji. I saw tiin Vi'IIk n<l;.rl i������.il
mid sen!, fnr ������,onic, nnd :iftci' taking only
two boxes, am a .liflorpnt. woman oii_
Pills a.rii th. only things that liolpcd me
anil  J  (.nr.not'say too  nnich  for .thorn."
Jf yon have that droailful pain in the
ha .It-.- if you aro tormrud with rheum.-
tisin-pot ���������Gin   Pills  at  onco.
,.-,Wrlin,���������X.llUo11!l1 Dnl^ &-Chemical Co
rt)opt. W.L.), Toronto, for .free" snm������"e
E'Tn'   "' size at '���������'-'alers. 50c. a bos, ,6. Tor
TRAOINC on a pood name and deceivinc
the public i������ what th. iniitators of he
well-known ���������;Tlie B. &. L." Alentho! Planter
aro douiff.    Don t be foolrd, i���������_.iBt on the
Doesn't a chicken fight come un-
"Better late than never" is poor
consolation when you miss the last
train j.,. .
Aa a gentle hint to thc mercury
io the thermometer,-there is-plenty of room at thc top.
One swallow doesn't make a summer, but on. the other hand don't
forget that evcry little bit helps.
A man always tries to conceal his
���������vices under, his virtues.
Hub a/cat's back the wrong way,
a,t. ' if you sec thc sparks i't is a
sign of cold  weather. .
When you hea r the -fi rst frogs i n
.tlio spring you may know the frost
i.s out of thc ground.
In France it'is believed that the
.settling of a- white pigeon   upon  a
chimney is a sign of speedy death
.f<V, some one in the house.
The^e 'Is. a superstition among
thc negroes of lhc south that to
meet a frog is a. lucky incident, indicating that thc one thus favored
is about to receive money from
some unexpected quarter.
11 ���������
Minard's   Liniment   Lumberman's   Friend.
She���������"Why don't you consult a
doctor-about your insomnia?" He
���������"What? And run up.more bills?
Why, it's because ai what 1 owe
hint now that I can't sleep."
Pills for Nervous Troubles.���������Tlio
stomach-is-the centre uf the-ucrv-
oir. system, and when the stomach
suspends healthy action the result
i.s manifest in disturbances of the
nerves. Jf allowed lo persist, nervous debility, a dangerous ailment,
may ensue. Thc first consideration
i.s to restore thc stomach to proper
iid ion. and (here is no readier rc-
medv for this than Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. Thousands can at-
jcsl the virtue of these pills in curing nervous disorders.
Pastor���������"! was sorry for your
wife during the .sermon this morning, doctor. She had such a dread-
nil lit of coughing that the eyes of
lhe. whole congregation were fixed
njon her." Doctor���������"Don't you
be unduly alarmed. She was wear-
in'p hcr now hat for the first
Sick Headaches-_____
0       IN  HAIR
Braids, 30 In., ������3.������0
Switches. 22 to 30
In. lcng.J3.50 to *5.S0
Pufls and Curls, tl
!n cluster. $2.J0
Turban Style, complete, $!.!_
Ladlcs  and   Cent's   Wigs,   from      117.80
Cent's Toutiees,  from ��������� $12.50
Hair Mots, extra large, ���������      3 for 25c.
Turban Pads, -       35 to 75c.
Uar. shatli-.K o.xtra. Orders ov������������r 11.00.
pout fre.. P.nd sjimpl. of huir and
cat--li  with  ord. r,
DAY ������ MOHLER,
_m_Klng St. West, Toronto.!
tfeV/ti. in.n.ivi_cm oiu.\$n������
I    When  01 _  Is "ohillod
.tvnjinjh," or ku_7.iv li _;n
h'ore 1
UbeuuMtio Fnlns, tiore
Tw _ttU I.uiuh_co. Tooth-
uohe, >eur.lifi������, Sclatl-
cm, Pneumoni*. Tonsil.
IMnJnlliMiiiiiutloiiuf the
HroneliJal Tubt-h, liow.
nl* ur Lung . Cmicp*,
Boris M uxoleH,
or PaliiHO. any
ytiitiiwu. ������
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111 _t.hu lmacl. -but. by constipation,
i_lioiisiif'_ and indifri'Minn. ���������Iloiul-
a-ho powilei'H or ta). ot.<������ ni;iy  dead-
Flies on Your
hut   cannot   enr*
Morse's-Indifin Rnni'. "''��������� .io euro
swl< hcadacho in t.lv- - .bin w������y
by rcnioviiiK tho 1 . .i������sii>:ition or
pick stomach which ...m.d them.
Br.. Morse's nidian Jloof. Vills aro
purely vo>reli:h!f>, free from any
harmful drn. safe nnd sure. Whe-'n
you  feel tlie headaeho coming tako
Dr.    Morse's
Indian    Root    Pills
will keep cows free f.om files at a cost of
less than one cent a day.
$1.75 GALLON Qt,������AcRT
Ask your Hardware Dealor, or
TORONTO. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S .WEEKLY  Thursday, An gust    4, 19i0  We have just received  '  a lot of  "111  ���������������������������g^e.'  and have more coming  v'.K'O.X'C  Lowest Prices in the  Valley  ���������������������������" OO-. ���������������������������"��������������������������� .������������������������������������������������������oooooc c-ooooo c-cooo  For the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,    Rugs   and    Mats.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  Foot-Ease for a Weary Conscience  Applied by an Obliging Editor  It would appear from the following  criticism in the Summerland Review  that it has devolved upon the editor  of   tliat    excellent   contemporary  to  provide a    conscience  committeemen    having  ease"  for  in    hand  thc  thc  they could not hope to hold these  nine businessmen away from business  a whole day in order to clean up the  mess the lack of comnvittcc work had  got them into.  Enderbyites,   including the baseball  management   of   the    baseball games ;l.oys, were well pleased with thc trip  played at Naramata on Regatta Day: , to Naramata  "Jn thc afternoon the winning team  'met Knderby.   Summerland was handicapped  in  having played  once dur-  but tlicy object to being used a.s a scape-goat for others.  Wc were visitots of Naramata���������������������������  guests, if you please���������������������������not committee  men SCHOOL ENTRANCE  jing the morning,    but   the game was   men engaged in getting the games oil  not played  to a finish.    It stood 7-7   on time.  I at thc close of the 7th inning. j ���������������������������   "There   will    undoubtedly bc much  j displeasure with    the decision of the  umpire who declared the ganre 9-0 in  favor of Summerland.  "It was Enderby's own fault. They  would not play ball until Mr.  Berry,  of Vernon,   appeared  on  the field  to  act as their umpire, and although hc  was well aware    that   the boys were  j waiting, he did not hurry in the least  ! with the result that instead of com-  nnencing at 3:30. the advertised time.  I  ��������������������������� they  did  not   start   until 4:15.   This  was too long a delay, and although  Murphy,    the    Enderby    captain  was  .fail  Our stock of Razor Supplies is most complete.  Everything high-class; the  best "regular" razors and  Gillett's Safeties, and all  the up-to-date Face'Soaps  and Face Creams which  go to make shaving . a  pleasure and keep the face  clean and skin sound.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ClifVSl. Kiulcrliy  I The results of the High School cn-  ! trance examinations, which have just  been made public, reflect great credit  ' upon both pupils, and teachers in  'this province. Of the total of 1222  candidates who wrote on the examinations GS1 passed, considerably over  150 per cent. In thc general pass list  ���������������������������the girls have a slight majority, 350  j being numbered among the successful  j candidates against 33.1 boys. Honors  , too, go disproportionately to the  , ladies, the 15 winners of bronze  well aware tiiat the boat would leave 'medals donated annually by His Ex-  at G:30,    he   would   not   start until ! ccllency    the    Governor-General,    in-  ���������������������������-���������������������������-  -���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-<  A   O 0_������������������L.U'__  r.\  The Correct Shades  o  Neat, Ciose-Fitting and  exceptional quality  2,.  The quality of .our GROCERIES is  on a par with the goods of our other  departments--/.^ class.   ^ -. ������������������������������������*  t  t  ���������������������������T  t  ���������������������������  I  t  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������  I  1  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������  _^^_^$^_^_^_^M$_^>$>^>  money  _x_$_^_^_^>_^  'QUAMTY  tt  Berry  happened along.  "Had the teams started in sharp,  there would have been time enough  to finish the game, and thc umpire  being aware of the fact, gave his decision in favor of the team who  stayed on the field to finish the game.  "It was   awkward   enough for En-  cluding   no    fewer   than    13    young  ladies.  Following is a list of the successful  candidates for Enderby centre: Only  four passed out of 12 candidates, but  this proportion, while low, is not as  low as some other centres in the province:     David    Jones     5S8,      Dorcas  derby, but they were well aware that \ Brash 550, Mauh V. Nichol 550, .Gcr-  thc boat would leave at thc advertised time, therefore they should havc  started thc game at the advertised  time as both teams were on the field.  In any case, an oiler to pay their  fares up to the Landing was made to  them if they would stop and finish  the game, but they would not, and  Summerland were declared the winners by the umpire, Dr. McGregor."  trade Teece 550.  f* FP>.  v_������������������/>  Barnes  BUILDER __  CONTRACTOR  ans ano est.  furnished  tes  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Rootling, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S.   C. Smith _Co_,_, of f0.  TiJntlerBy  "Vernon.  Enderby     baseballers      will     hope  when they   read   the above that the  labored effort of   the good soul who  pushed    the   Faber   in    mixing    this l  conscience balm will have had thc dc- ���������������������������  sired eficct, and   wc   all congratulate  Summerland    on    keeping  thc  championship   cup    at   home.      However,  there arc a few   discrepancies in the  Summerland   decoction  whicli should  'be pointed out.      First, the fault in  not calling   the   ball    game on time  lies with    the   committee having the I  events in hand.   Twice the official an- '  'nouncer   was   asked    from the press i  stand  at the    rcgojLta    water course j  when    thc    baseball    game    was    to  be    called,   and   lie   replied    that it i  would not be    before    4 o'clock, and i  that hc   would    announce   the time.  No announcement    was   made up  to  4:30, and those who left for tlie ball .  field at that time arrived in time to  see the close of thc 2nd inning.   The  J-iKlcrby    team   did   wait 15 minutes  _____ __ci'L'y��������������������������� __!_'__ _ <LIV___���������������������������!__���������������������������_��������������������������� Pgi  One of the grandest range farms in  the district is that of the Crane j  Brothers, at Hullcar. The bunch j  grass far up near the top of the '  ranging hills overlooking the fertile j  Salmon River Valley, is thick and !  stands knee-high. The horses on the'I  range are kept as fat as butter, j  There arc innumerable spring's in the !  wooded draws between the rolling j  hills, where the animals find protec- |  tion in thc heat of the day. On the i  top of this magnificent range of hills  is a thick swamp of cedar, ancl a'  lake of pure fresh water. ,  Another large shipment of "QUALITY'  Suits for men who are  particular about their  clothes. Just put upon the tables. New  styles for Fall wear.  While the selection is  unbroken, step in'and  pick out a suit. Prices  are such that they will  move quickly. Do not  delay. You'll miss the  best.  t  i  ���������������������������:  i  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  I  Always please  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������->-������������������>-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  Many people think that Tea is  just Tea-  Try-  Victoria Cross,  or any of the  three blends���������������������������  Men's Trousers Selling $125 & $2.  POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  ������������������������������������������������������.������������������-������������������-���������������������������-_>-������������������    ���������������������������     ���������������������������     ���������������������������     ���������������������������     ���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������-J?������������������-������������������     ������������������_>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������    ���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������-������������������-H  i���������������������������r_-n_iii ��������������������������� iiiii_i_n-rnrrrM_r___g_Br____MW_n_W-_M_T___*____mj_^  j ENDERBY   BRICK  ! THE BEST BRICK  IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small' quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  , The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.     they started thc game and played the  J? ������������������. 7    1 'llKt 'nn'n*-r without    him.   No blame  OOO     O.      JOiinStOOe should attach  to cither team  for the  late start.   Tliat was tlie committee's  Contractor find Builder, Enderby  Having added a cement brick machine to my cement plant, I am now  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in _  stock.  We can   still show  the Goods  fault. And, had they started even at  ���������������������������l:M, there should have been ample  time to finish the game, had there  been less child-play over the umpire's  Some   prime  stall-fed   beef  cut at the present time  on  O  ur  0. usage is  Leader  still  .vJE..  Fish and Poultry  R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  UK-BUILT TYPEWRITERS FOR  SALE���������������������������At immensely reduced prices,  we arc offering all makes of re-built  standard typewriters for sale. These  machines arc 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, 13. C, P.O. Box 1481.  decisions. Twice the Summcrlaiu:  pitcher wnlkcd out of tho box with a  pout on, and again he wasted a lot  of time on a grand stand stunt trying to catch McLean at first, all of  wliich availed nothing. The game  throughout was too slow to be in-  tfresting. This the l_nderby boys  are pri-purcd to iidtiiit, nnd reject  very much that they were so out of  practice that they did not give a  butter exhibition of the game. But,  after admitting all this, they object  when it comes to shouldering the  blame that rightly belongs to the  sports committee. And as for the  reported offer made to pay their fares  to the Landing if they would stay  and finish the game, what did it  amount to���������������������������what could it amount to .  Most of the Enderby team are engaged in business. They had to be  on hand to take up their duties the  following day. If it were possible for  them to get to the Landing by special boat, what would they have done  there with no train to take them  home. If the regatta committee was  not able to hold the boat twenty  minutes for them to finish the game,  Enderby  ._:_,^to^iV._r..������������������^j.^.--..^_l-J^������������������tV-i^--_U.-������������������_!:-I  Ames-HoidenHShoes^^.  for men who work���������������������������  I.  Anvone sondltig a sketch nnd description may  qutclcly iiscorluin our opinion froo whether nn  Invention Is probably pntontahlo. Coniniuiilci.  Hon. strictly oonlldontl_l. HANDBOOK on .'(.touts  sunt froe. Oldost iiirenoy for securing patents.  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ASR FOR  AMES-HOLDEN SHOES FOR MEN  P.S.���������������������������You cannot get more out of a boot than the  maker has put into it, and that is why we are emphatic  upon this point��������������������������� the quality of the Ames-Holden Shoes���������������������������  we know what we have put into them.  _  i  AMES-HOLDEN CO., Limited  ___8___S___3_______a__^^


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