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 f? ���������������������������_*  .-   0  AUG ^0 1910      ^  \s_.WcTCRl^  ^ t. y/  -J-o-^  /^;  _  0*  iHII _____ T  __������������������*U  1__ !���������������������������_���������������������������!_������������������,  Enderby,- B. C,  August 18, 1910  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 25; Whole No. 129'  General News Notes  ..     and Comment in Local Field  you   are   not   boosting upward,  are being boosted downward.-..  If  you  Wc hear a. great deal about God's  truth���������������������������as if there was any other.  Frank Hassard is threshing this  week.   He reports a big wheat yield.  The man who "lives to learn" and  does not dig for it, generally dies  before he learns much.  Let your complaints be few. If you  have to! wear tin pantaloons to walk  some of our sidewalks, wear 'em and  walk straight.  Mr. Heggie threshed the last of  his wheat crop on Saturday, just in  time to escape the heavy rain of Sunday and Sunday night.    _  ^Photographer Honey left on Saturday, for Salmon Arm,, after- two  weeks in Enderby. Mr. Honey- will  return some time in  September-. '  Mr. ancl Mrs. W. _. Banton, accompanied by Mrs. Lazenby,* left for the"  coast last Friday, to be absent a  week;'' "'Mr.   Banton  has  considerable  ��������������������������� legal business -to attend to'in Van-"  ��������������������������� couvcr. , ",    '  The Slocan Record says there are  hunches of Scotch and Canadian thistles along the streets in New Denver  that could be cut and stored for firewood. A valuable suggestion for our  city fathers.  One of thc clauses in the-Prcvincial  Game Act for; 191.0 states that no  minor under the age of 16 years, unless accompanied by his parent or  guardian, is allowed to carry firearms for any purpose whatever.  The bachelor boys of Enderby are  to be congratulated on the great success attending their shirt waist dance  last Friday evening. It was the best  ^"f"th"e"^'e_rs_h7^"nd"^th_^^8\\f(;l=":Walt  large and thoroughly appreciative.  There - is corn in Egypt, some  wheat in Alberta, while in British  Columbia we have gelations of fruit,  potatoes, fish, buttermilk and Mulligan stews. Who said there would be  a hard winter ?���������������������������Greenwood Ledge.  Bythc revised itinerary, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and party will visit  Vernon on Friday, the 26th of August  and a grand reception will be tendered the party on behalf of the Okanagan. Special rates will he given to  Vernon from all points in thc Valley.  Roadmastcr Hancock is pushing  work on the Mabel Lake road. This  week the mile of straight road from  F. E-Iawcs' place to the Stroulgcr  home will be finished, and by  thc end of the month the road gang  will move to the east end of thc road  at the head of the Skookum Chuck,  and work towards the lake.  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Strickland  enjoyed a visit from their uncle, Mr.  Hector McDonald, of Ottawa, this  week. Mr. McDonald has spent some  weeks at the pleasure resorts on the  mainline, and is en route for the  coast cities. He has large lumber interests in the Northwest, ancl is combining business with pleasure on the  present trip.  Much complaint is heard from the  men who.-are endeavoring to improve  the grade of their cattle, who declare that it is next to impossible to  bring up the standard with so many  scrub bulls   ranging    at   large.  vogue so - long fin this Valley, and  has been a great benefit to stockmen  in the days that are passed, is now  becoming a great detriment, and at a  near date will have to he done away  with, or the ranging of cattle very  much restricted.  A gang of road builders is working  this way from Trinity Valley, and- it  is reported on good authority that  the' Trinity Valley road and bridge_  will be completed, this fall. This will  bring Trinity Valley within 16 miles  of Enderby, and give the settlers of  that district a road 12 or 14 miles  shorter to market than the road to  Vernon via Lumby.  A. McWhirter this week bought 45  acres of land fronting on the river,  situated next to the Wm. Anderson  farm", north' of town". It is a very  valuable property, and was owned by  Harry   Hewer;    now   in'the   bakery  town   in Washington.  made   thc   sale." Mr.  not take <up nis resi-  ��������������������������� property   until' next-  by and this made a divisional point.  There is said to be a natural grade  into" Enderby from the Salmon River  valley, down'the Gunter-Coltart valley, west of the Lawes addition to  Enderby, and striking the present  Salmon Arm road at thc Elson corner. No harm could come from this  being pointed' out to the proper officials, along " with the other advantages offered at Enderby.  Careless Shippers of Fruit  \  Spoiling the Prairie Markets  PENTICTON   DIVISIONAL POINT  - A dispatch from Penticton states  that an - agreement has been- signed  between the   Kettle    Valley Railroad  Here is another letter from Commissioner Metcalfe, that ought to  make some of our fruit shippers sit  up and listen:  Regina, Aug. 1.���������������������������-Manager -Vernon  Fruit Co., here, reports seven cases  raspberries arrived July 28th from  Vernon, were a total loss. Hot weather in the end of the season renders  it almost impossible- to ship raspberries long distances unless shipped under ice. ��������������������������� I saw peach plums from.  Mission, B. C, in the Regina Trading  Co., and .the council, hy which the  City of Penticton agrees to give the jCo-'s store here which had Jusfar-  Company a deed to a portion of wa- |rived- Were r������������������tting, ancl generally  ter front for" depot and wharfage |in bad condition; badly packed, and  purposes.and the right-of way alcmg i baskets not full and short in weight  I certain streets -on   the   west side of  Jin     comparison     with     Washington  business in   a  Mr.   Anderson  McWhirter will  on   the  'dence  spring.  There is work   to do by the Board'  , of Trade and City corporation; if the  proposed railroad to be built by the  Canadian- Northern   to open    up the  Grand   Prairie; and   _ Salmon   River j him, and on his being satisfied that  country,' is to be brought to Ender-' the'entry has heen perfected.  the town. In return the company ;plums. I weighed baskets-and crates  promises to establish a divisional Jof each- The B- .C.l plums were "If  point at Penticton' for'20 ysars. The | pounds to basket, or 5 pounds per  agreement will be embodied in a by-f������������������ase ]ess thau the-Washington .-plum.-  law'Which will be voted on shortly.     I1 also s.aw B- ������������������- apricots from, Ver-   '���������������������������_  !non in thc same store.- Were sound,  W. C. Cowell, agent of Dominion j bufc small and not.packed. -'Were, four  Lands,'Kamloops,- has/ received in-!pounds less in weight than the Wash-  structions from the .-Department, of ington apricots--per case.,-Tlie man-  the Interior, Ottawa,- that, .owing, to !agcr. and' buyer' pf   the'fruit depart-  the demand for" railway, laborers  throughout the Western Provinces,  protection will be granted to all  homesteaders until the 1st.of April  next, upon application being made to  meot of- the Regina" Trading Co.'s  store made this remark'to-rhe: "Respecting'the fruit, if this_ is the'manner or method in wliich B. C. fruit is  going to be packed, "graded and  shipped this season, wc want ho more  of it." ���������������������������   '    -  WALKER'S   WEEK L  Y  Published evcry Thursday at Enderby, the Gate-Way cf lhc famous 0_annf.on, Land cf the Bis Canadian Red Apple nnd thc Califcrnia of Canada  Entered h. tho Fost Oftice at Endorby, B. C, a.s .second-class mnttcr.  "In order to be poor in the Okanagan, you have -to waste an av/ful lot of Time and Money.".  II.    M.     W   A  I.   K I.  I_  -ONE^M-AN'S"POINT=OF=VIEW  r  RE you a conformist or a nonconformist ? A conformist is a  person who will not grow.    A  non-conformist is a person who will  not stop growing.    The enthusiast���������������������������  the booster���������������������������is a non-conformist with  vitality"~plus.  "  Tlie"'enthusiastic boy  is   thc pride   of   his   father and his  mother's   joy.  ��������������������������� Everybody else likes i tomorrow's  us and in the work we aro doing.  We want to be .considered blase, if  you-please   There is but a step between the enthusiast and the genius. The enthusiast is laughed at for his earnestness;  while the genius is applauded for his  enthusiasm. The only real difference  is that one has caught the world's  applause, while thc other is honored  by its sneers. It is all a question of  viewpoint to discover where the enthusiast leaves off ancl tlie genius begins. Today's sneers arc quite often  cheers.     The  enthusiast  come until -long  up the river.  ���������������������������Th e_ m a n_a [raid  after, he has passed  him, too. Never try to cork him by  compelling him to "conform" to this  or that antiquated idea or custom.  By doing so you kill the divine spark  in him, and makc the world poorer.  His enthusiasm is vigorous, open-  hearted honesty. It is intensified  gladness: life plus, full ancl bubbling  over. All of us are prepared to admit this in the boy.  But enthusiasm in Littlo Bill and  enthusiasm in Big Bill are two distinct-commodities���������������������������we think'! One'holds to be true. A man must be  commands our applause, and the morally and physically strong to be  other the haw-haws of the gallery, 'an enthusiast. It takes very little  and the snickers of the parquet. Men!moral courage to drift along with  ���������������������������conformists who do not understand the crowd in the sump of indifference  ���������������������������have a peculiar dislike for the en- land wade in the shallows of conformity.   But the enthusiast must be  who is winked at today, may be thc  genius tomorrow on whose neck the  world falls with eclat.  To hc an enthusiast, one must bc a  non-conformist. He must exercise  the zeal of a genius. He must have  that intensity of earnestness; that  strength and clearness of imagination; that honesty and boldness of  heart; that child-like simplicity of  purpose, to stand unmoved amid all  thc jeers and cheers for that which hc  thusiastic individual. He is too  blamed anxious to have things improved upon to please the man satisfied to let well enough alone. You  know, dear reader, there are some  men so dried up by selfishness and  jaundice as not to understand the  connecting-link between the enthusiast and the genius. And some of us  are quite alarmed when our friends  The ; hint    at   enthusiasm   in   connection  open range   law,   which has been in I with the   spirit   of progress back of  himself at whatever cost, and will  cheerfully lose his lifo to save it. He  must throw not only his strength into his work, but also his personality,  thus making his work a living thing  to sing the praises of the character  that made it, long after he is dead  and gone. His body and his mentality are only the medium���������������������������thc seed���������������������������  of the life seeking expression through  him; the fruit   of his work may not  _o_.bc=,winked^ at=  afraid to hold an opinion of his own  and express   it���������������������������afraid   to brave thc  rules  of conformity���������������������������never  will   have  occasion   to   alarm   himself   or   his  friends about thc perils of greatness.  The enthusiast���������������������������the   non-conformist  everlastingly finds .himself a knocker  of dead men's   idols.    Hence his life  is onc   of-trial,    of   hard work and  fainting not.    Prom   thc man  Jesus  all down the ages it lias been the enthusiast who has kept the old world  in labor pains.   He has put life���������������������������Life  abundant���������������������������into business, into society,  into   home,    into   community.      The  sum of all faith, nil hope, all work,  jis enthusiasm.    It   lias   covered  the  j earth  with  its accomplishments,  and  .lifted man out of his sordid customs  i up to a   higher   plain   of reason and  j intelligence.  ���������������������������ooo  BELIEVE  that   All came  from  God, All is   God, and All will  return to   God.   What our position is before   death, it will be after death.   Tf   we   are given over to  greed, avarice and hatred in this city  our companions   will   he companions  of greed, avarice ancl hatred in that  city.   Wc get what wc give here, and  we will get what   wc   give there.   If  j wc hate, hate will come back to us;  , if we love, love will come hack to us.  I If we trust others,  others will trust  [us; if wc see none of God in our fel-  ilows, our   fellows   will   see   none of  iGod in us.  ooo,  Somebody has   said that an enemy  is a counter-irritant.    Get a few, or  its you for fatty degeneration of the  cerebrum.  Now this is most unfortunate that "  growers and-shippers should ship'olit  fruit to arrive here in this condition.  Shipping    associations should  supervise and inspect growers' fruit being  shipped     by   them,    and   -individual  growers and    shippers   must exercise..  greater care in packing, grading and::  if you have a'variety of fruit affected  by fungus rot of any kind whatever  do   not    ship * into '. these . markets.  Market   in. cannery- or at home, as  you will   certainly ��������������������������� suffer a loss and'1  realize unsatisfactory returns'; and at -  the same time   you   are injuring the  reputation    of,    B.     C.    fruit ~ as   a '  whole to.a   great   extent, as well as  the.individual growers  and shippers _.  and ��������������������������� . shipping   associations who  are..'  making"1 every effort to put up a high- ���������������������������'  class fruit   product   to sell in these ,  markets. "       _      '-'_���������������������������_'  I 'saw- 25, boxes ' of   peaches -from  Kelowna,' B.    G., in   jobbing'"house  here. "Had been picked and shipped in'  apple, / boxes     without   ; paper���������������������������just  ^thrown in.   Apparently had been ripe \  when -shipped.,   -Were,, rotting..  -Too-'  much fruit'in- one -box.. This "method'"  of   shipping-peaches    is   certain .'to'- ,  prove unsatisfactory to "growers"and'  shippers., in .���������������������������the    way pf diminished'  returns-, and   at   the same time not" -  acceptable to the trade, here^ Peaches'  being"a tender fruit should be picked'.  in the right condition, well wrapped'  and packed in   the   regulation peach-  box. ' Don't attempt any innovations  in the way of shipping unless you are  prepared-to pay for the experiments."  more particularly at this time when  you are .trying to move, a goocl crop  for profitable returns.  I also sav/ 15 cases of Olivette "cherries here-from   the Progress Packing  Co., Victoria; arriVed in good condi- "  tion;  baskets_ well_.filled.- and_pac:_ed   I  I further saw about 65 cases of pea--'  ches from Vernon,   in jobbing  house '  here.   Had been 'shipped in regulation'  box;    were   sound,   and    fairly   well -  packed,  but   showed    large chamois-  colored patches   on   the fruit,  which  would    certainly    detract   from    the  market price.  Jobbers at this and other points  complain of-the unsatisfactory meth'~~  ods pursued hy some, shippers of B.C.  in quoting prices and agreeing to  ship, then after jobbers have ordered  they fail to do so. This annoys and  disappoints them and they resolve  not to handle D. C. fruit if they can  get goocl fruit elsewhere. This moth-  o'd of doing business is most unsatisfactory and will work more injury to  the shippers than to the purchasers "  if the method is continued in.  Calgary���������������������������Thc following is a quotation from the Central Produce Co.,  Wenatchie, to Plunkett & Savage,  jobbers here, who wish to consign  fruit: plums and prunes, assorted,  75c per case; peaches, Early Crawford, 50c per case; apples, no grade,  90c per case, pears, Bartlets, $1.15  per case, crabs, $1.10 per case.  NOTICE  Any claims    against   Chas. Gilbert  Mohr, will he paid by the undersigned  if presented on or before Aug.31, 1910  J. A. MOHR,  Enderby.  - 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. .'EVERYMAN IS A SOLDIER  GERMAN THEOBY THAT .MIGHT  IS RIGHT.  Sho  Has'Proven That Providence  is on Side of (lie Biggest  Rati., ions.  = Ifc is related of Bismarck that,  being asked what he would -do if  K n g la nd 1 a iul ed a hu nd re<l tho u -  sand troops in Germ any, he replied "I would-send for the police."  There has been great changes on  tho Continent during the last- half  century. The change in the mili-  iar.v situation in Europe seems to  have attracted very little notice in  this country. Our people do not  read the service papers.' I believe  _hat thc total force on both sides  a^ a battle at \Valrloo did not exceed a- hundred and fifth thousand  nie \ Yet that defeat broke Napoleon's   power  and  opened     the  ' read of the allies to Paris, writes  a London correspondent.  EVERT GERM AX A SOLDIER-  But to-day tho Germans could  ���������������������������send a force big enough to smash  both Wellington and Napoleon,  and -still have an army of five million good soldier..  What has happened. Thc Continental, nations have adopted uni-  veisal military service, and should  we be drawn into a European war,  we should have to contend not with  a "standing army" but with nations in arms. The male population of Germany, France and  Austria- are soldiers. The German  and French armies arc thc German and French people. Our army!  Tut. The Germans would call for  the police and take them all into  custody. Could we within six days  muster an army of three hundred  thousand troops, properly trained,  properly organized, and properly  officered. If wc could the Germans could put against them a million men, and still havo four millions of soldiers in reserve. Germany and Austria.united would be  absolute masters of Europe if the  Germans had not a single warsh'ip  on the sea.  If Germany had not a warship  on the sea, and if we had a hundred Dreadnoughts, thc Austrians  a-nd Germans could crush France,  and wc could do nothing serious to  prevent them.  OUR COMMAND OF THE SEA.  Should Belgium and Holland,  vri'th or without hostilities, pass  under German rule, our command  of the sea. would be in n vcry great  peril. And on the day we lose  co'rnmand of the sea wc lose our  empire, most of our trade, and  perhaps our independence as a  Etate.  Now, if France could not. or  would not, prevent the acquisition  ci Bclgiu'm and Holland by Germany, we could not prevent it. We  could not defend Holland and Belgium  with ships; we could not al-  "Fatlirig  Suffered Tortures Until "Fruit-a-tives"  Too ic    Away    The  I'ain.  "Fruit-a-tives," the famous fruit  medicine, is the greatest ami most  scientific remedy ever discovered for  Rheumatism.  "Fruit-a-tives," by its marvellous  action on the bowels, kidneys and  skin, prevents tho accumulation of  Uric Acid, wliich causes Rheumatism  and thereby Keeps the blood pure and  rich.  Mrs. Walter Hooper, of Hillview,  Ont., snys: "I suffered from severe  Rheumatism, lost tho use of my right  arm-and couid not do my work. Nothing helped me until I took "Fruit-a-  tlves" and this medicine cured mc."  If you are subject to Rheumatism,  don't wait until a severe attack comes  on before- trying "Fruit-a-tives."  Take these fruit tablets now and thus  prevent the attacks.  "Frult-a-tlvc. ' is sold by all dealers  at 50c a box, G for $2.50, or trial box,  2 5c, or may be obtained from Fruit-a-  tives. Limited, Ottawa.  ==iS__f=.i'f'.nna"ny winnriups  the help of France wc should have  to stand helplessly by and see Amsterdam and Antwerp made info  naval bases and fortresses under  trie German flag. Now the independence of Belgium and Holland  concerns us much more nearly  than it- concerns France. Can we  e.vner. France to take Urn cost aiul  j i. 1: uf a desperate war to defend  the nation with the largest number of troops that may count upon  victory. It is the nation which can  place the largest number of troops  in the place where they are needed, and at the time when they are  needod.  .���������������������������  ARMY UNREADY.  In the Franco-German war tlie  Germans were able to mobilize and  concentrate their troops more  readily than the French. In tho  early battles the French were outnumbered by three to onc, five to  cne, ten to one. The consequence  was the flower of the French army  was defeated or captured in a  vcry short time, and the French  were never able to make up the  lost ground. Wc have the smallest  army of all the great European  powers; and the unreadiest. The  IBtitish public do not read military  journals nor military books. If  they did we 'should have compulsory and universal military services in this country in a very short  time.  Let us decide for ourselves quickly whether wc shall take our ideas  uf German policy from Bismarck  and Clausewitz, or from Winston  Churchill and Mr. Byles and his  publication.  And to a-ssist it's in    ur decision  iot.  us  remember  that as  soon   as  Bismarck,  thc disciple   of Clausewitz,  'had  got  his  big battalion.?,  he  made war upon Denmark and.  annexed  Schlcswig  and   Holstcin;  made war upon Austria and defeated lier in a few weeks; made war  upon France, aided by Von M'ollke,  the pupil  of  Clausewitz,   and annexed Alsace and Lorraine.     Bismarck and Clau'sewitz    are dead;  but their   policy  is  not,   and  now  Germany is  backing  her  big battalions by straining every nerve to  build a fleet capable of neeting the  British fleet in  the North Sea.  ���������������������������-mi^GIMaM_^B-E01___-  QUEEN MARY OF ENGLAND  IDEAL   WIFE    AND    MOTHER,  AND KIND OF HEART.  Remarkable Knowledge of the Dominions Over Winch   King  Gi4(������������������i'ge V. Will Rule.  Queen Mary once described herself' as: a child''a* being "very  naughty, very happy and very uninteresting." Wc can beiicve that  she. was a sufficiently healthy and  natural child to be naughty at  times, we are quite sure that she  was vcry happy, but we can hardly endorse the statement that she  was uninteresting, says the Lou-  do1: Express. Her mother, the  Duchess of Tcck, wrote of the  princess when a baby, "She really  is. as sweet and engaging . child  a . you can wish to sec; full of life  and fun and playful as a' kitten ;  with the deepest blue eyes imaginable,, quantities of fair 'hair, a. tiny  rosebud of a mouth, a lovely complexion (pink ani'd white) and a  most'perfect figure! In a word a  model of a baby i"  Queen Mary was the first child of  th. marriage of the popular Princess Mary of Cambridge with the  Duke of Teck, and was born at  Kensington Palace May 27, 1807,  in the room which had once been  lhc nursery of Queen Victoria. It  seemed, indeed, of happy augury  that she should havc had the same  biithplace, the same month and the  same name as Queen Victoria, who  was,  also, one of her godmothers.  PRINCESS AND SICK LAD.  Though christened Victoria Mary,  the Princess was from her infancy  called ?.~ay. and as Princess May  she first won the hearts of the people. Her mother was full of sympathy and abounding good-nature,  No doubt you will agree that if quality and price arg equal every  Canadian should buy Canadian made goods iu preference to any others.  Not only is it patriotic���������������������������it's sound common tense.   The money  .spent"for Canadiau goods goes to build up Canadian industries and  prosperity, and makes it easier for every Canadian to earn  a good'  living.  On the other hand,-money spent for foreign made goods goes out  of the country to pay foreigners���������������������������not to benefit Canadians.  a royal woman, in 'the highest  sense of the term. She was particularly kind to  the poor,  and thc  Toilet and Medicinal Preparations are compounded in Canada- from  thc purest ingredients which money can buy. The National Drug and  Chemical Company of Canada returns to Canadians in employees'  salaries, dividends and other expense disbursements, close to On _  Million Dollars a year. In addition to this we spend millions every  year in Canada for raw materials, tins, bottles, labels, boxes and  other supplies, giving employment to hundreds of Canadian tinsmiths,  glass workers, paper makers, printers, lithographers, box makers,  aad others.  So even if NA-DRU-CO goods were only "just as good" as those  imported from other countries, you would be' following a sensible aud  patriotic course in buying them.  As a matter of fact, though, NA-DRU-CO Toilet and Medicinal  Preparations are better than those imported. Try NA-DRU-CO  Talcum Powder, NA-DRU-CO Greaseless Toilet Cream, NA-DRU-CO  Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound or any other NA-DRU-CO preparation, ancl see for yourself.  You risk nothing in making thc test, for if the NA-DRU-CO  article does not entirely satisfy jou, return it and your druggist  will refund your money.  National Drug and Chemical Company  of Canada, Limited.  Halifax,    St. John,   Montreal.   Ottawa,   Kingston.   Toronto,   Hamilton,  London,  Winnipeg,   Retina,   Calgary,    Nelson,   Vancouver,   Victoria, i  12  a ___m_____i___j v? irfpi  WIDELY TRAVELED.  It was no easy task to follow so  popular a    Princess of    Wales as  young Princess grew up to have Queen Alexandra. She had, in-  the greatest sympathy with the;dee_1, almost created the position,  struggling and unfortunate. Many j for never before had the Avife of  are the stories told of hcr kindness ���������������������������' the heir to  the throne discharged  of hcar't when a young girl to the  pcople ��������������������������� about White Lodge, Kich-  mond Park. A poor lad dying of  consumption in onc of the cottages  found Princess May a daily visitor." She gave .time and trouble to  her    self-imposed    task,  and    fre-  .o much of the State and asocial  duties belonging to the Sovereign.  If Queen Mary as Princess of  Wales has taken less public prominence at home, she has performed  the vcry important work of visiting  the Eritains bey.ond  the seas,  quently sat'by the bed of. the sick! a unique record for a princess of  lad and talked to hi'm. On tho! tlie Royal house. Shc has an tin-  Sunday morning on which he-died| rivalled knowledge of the domin-  she stopped and kissed him and j ions over, which her husband i������������������  mingled her'tears with those of the'  War is a part cf policy, and  might is right. That is the theory.  It i. a theory with Germany and  a theory which she has- thrice put  intc practice. It is a theory  against which benevolent speeches  and amiable compliments are like  straws before  a gale.  So much for (hc policy of Clause  witz. JJut wc have next to con'sid-  _ln-..' ������������������tato������������������ while we nre unable j doc the strategy uf Clausewitz. And  ti> re1 dc-r them any efficient assist-��������������������������� when we understand thoroughly  untie I Thev,population .of Germany j the German theory of policy and  exceeds the population of France, i the German theory of war we shall  Tn the same proportion the Ger-1 understand that we are a nation  man army exceeds the army of! of lazy and conceited pcople. liv-  Franee.' Jf we had an army of four  in;,   in  a  fool's    paradise and ac-  faimly round the bed.  A SOCIAL REFORMER.  All measures of social reform appeal to Queen Mary which have for  their object the bettering of the  conditions of thc lives of the pcople. The destruction of rookeries  and thc substitution of cheerful  and wholesome dwellings; the providing of playgrounds for the children in congested areas, and other  ���������������������������such schemes find in hcr a hearty  ���������������������������s-_ mP'^tl*i"7.eTt^She=_ias^rx11 ca-r^am.  thoughtful mind and an intellectual grasp of the primary necessity  of giving the people good environment.  DEVOTED TO THE HOME.  Queen Mary is a wife and mother  in , whom  her    husband    and  sons  new called   upon to rule.  KEIGN OF GEORGE I.  Kin.  Was    Unable   to Speak Mic  English Language.  George I. had an excellent reason far not wishing to preside at  Cabinet, meetings. Hc could not  speak English; and Walpole, the  Prime Minister, could not speak  German or French. When they  _.s,:>_kc.to__ach...Gthei_t_ey..talkccLLa  tin, but both of them were so poor  Latinists that it is said they found  considerable difficulty in understanding each other. At all events.  King George soon gave up the attempt to master the intricacies of  th'* politics of a country which was  utterly foreign to him through the  ,.   ,       , . ,    ��������������������������� ,    i     c i      i    medium of Walpolc's Latin, and hc  __\_ Jl;.AlglL^.al,_!..AT.!.a"1i0mJ5   loft. Cabinet,   meetings,    severely  mil  lion the case would  be very different. Hut wo have/-not half a  7nillion ini'Mi, and very few of thos.  wc have eould.be Kent into the field  In time to count in thc struggle.  A*.a. military nation wc arc simply  nowhere.  VICTORY IN NUMBERS.  In warfare Providence is on thc  side of tin. big battalions. Nearly  all the strategists in the world are  agreed that thc odds of two to  one arc sufficient to ensure the victory to the strongest side. If wc  were engaged in a war with any  great European Power we should  be- faced, on land with odds of ten  lo onc. Against such odds no human power couki save us from defeat.  But there is another element besides the clement of numbers���������������������������that  i-s, readiness. It is not enough to  havo the soldiers; thoy must be  ready for action. This is well understood in Germany and in  France, but in England it does not  se.m to he understood.    It is not  oepti'-g Avords as  facts.  and hcr only-daughter a'bright ex  an.pic. Shc and the Prince superintend thc education of their  children, and have them instructed on thoroughly'modern lines. Up  to five years of age they arc taught  in kindergarten methods and their  powers  of    observation    arc culti-  alono. Thc right of the Sovereign  to preside over the Cabinet ihen  lapsed, never to be revived.  Thackeray, by.'Lhc way, found  Ge rge I., like George III.', worthy of hi's blessing.   He wrote :--  Thc days are over in England of  that strange religion    of kingwor-  vated and their minds allowed free; sJ]ipj when p).ksU. Hattored In.inccs  RATTLED.  "What's your order sir?" asked  the- waiter.  "Bring me," said the wild-eyed  cuxtoiner.   "some    medium    boiled  pot noes,   and  jackets on."  some  eggs   with  the  ;Sir."  I1/'--'1   __ .'.        , ,   I in the Temple of G!od; Avhcn servil-  Ihe Princess s own gouvcrnantc; itv was lie,d to bc 3nnobiing ,({ufcy .  aiui   companion, Madame    ' u"       '  hatt  ��������������������������� Erich a,  charge   of   the  elder children  "I don't knOAv whether I got that  right or not, waiter," said the!  wild-eyed man, "but do the best  yo..: can with it. A big red automobile had to jump out of my way  about two minutes ago to keep rnc  from running over it, and I'm a  bit flustered."  "Will you never give up smoking,  dear Adolphus?" "No," replied  the depraved smoker and punster;  "I shall smoke just as long as I  chews."  when they were tiny, and the tutors to the young princes are Mr.  .Hua and Mr. Hanscll, under whose  charge they have been taken to see  many of the historic and show places of London. They have paid  the.i1 first visits to the Tower of  London and to tho Zoological Gardens with lhc fresh natural enthusiasm of a country cousin. They j tjlt. yicCi. (>f. Ms ag^ u ]wisfc ^.Q  are dressed plainly, live plainly, j Jmiv ,hank him f0r preserving and  and have good serviceable .1 P. s.| tnisniitthi!? Lhe liberties of ours.  which are not eas.ly destroyed. j ll; olll. frec ,lir< rov;ll ,in<1 humb]6  No pleasanter picture of an Eng-1 jumic8 h;iv<1 a!ikc becn pU1ifiec|;  l:sh mother amongst her bairns j a,|(, |,nit.h. the birthright of high  could be seen than that afforded I ,UKj lcnv uin0ng 11S. which quite  by the Princess .of Wales when liv-j fearlea Iv jud  ing quietly at- York  Cottage.    All  when beauty and youth tried cag-'  ���������������������������r-rly for royal favor; and woman's  shame was held to be no dishonor.  Mended morals and mended manners hi courts and people are  .among the priceless consequences  of the freedom whieh George I.  came to rescue and secure. He  kept his compact with his English  subjects; and if he escaped no more  (ban other men and monarchs from  son fines,  es our greatest per-'  can   only speak   of thera  now  the children, even to thc youngest, j  come  to   their mother's  room   For! r.-,.n.c|  tea, and when there was ..  baby if! ,>,,!,, ,->f the first George, and traits  ,was 'brought down and laid <m the   j'n j(. ,v])-wh ,|u))(, uf us*neei( admire;  in   words   of  re's pee t  and  re-  There are stains in tlie por-  couch  so  that the circle  might,  complete.  bu'. among the nobler features aro  these we may recognize ere wc turn,  tiie picture to tl.j. wall.  TheByronic vicAV of the Georges.'  has hitherto largely held the po-;  .pillar imagination; but, consider--,  ing wh'aifc his reign ga\-e to England,'  George I. at least scarcely deserved Byron's flaming hate.  BRUTALITY IN GERMAN ARMY.  Non-Commission...   Officer    Guilty  of 260 Ads of Cruelty.  A court-martial sitting at Glo-  gan, in Prussian Silesia, has sentenced a non-commissioned officer,  Franz Libowska, to tAvo years' ini-  piisonmcnt. and degradation for  perpetrating 2(50 acts of crttelty-'on  members, of the Fi. li Battalion ol  ���������������������������Sappers.  The evidence shoAved that Libo-  Avska Mfc a recruit's head fifty timci  in succession and then struck hi _  victim in thc face with the Hat ot  his .Avord. Libowska also maL  .treated the same recruit by kicking his head with heaA-y knea  boots.  Another recruit received th'irly  "bldAV'F^m^sTrc__ _ s i oil 6 h~ t! unie aol=  alio face, and Libowska. dug hia  tr.ails so deeply into the unhappy  soldier's cheek that blood was  drawn. Many recruits and young  'soldiers had to submit to having  'their hair pulled out of their  'heads.  One of Libowska's habits was to  throAV bags of cartridges, swords  and other similar hiissiles'at the  men's heads Avhilc Ihey were clean-  in ?.- the barracks. Ifc once compelled his men Avhcn drilling to hit  one another on tho head, while ho  ���������������������������looked on and enjoyed the combat. .'.  ^Afler a hard day's drill he avouM  /compel the Mien to get up at night  und sing to him. Those whose vole--'  es or songs displeased him Avero  beaten and systematically -ill-treated on the following- days.  In many cases Libowska.  Jtis men to leijd him money  ���������������������������he  never repaid.  forced  whicli  .jC_^.     ���������������������������- -  .ar ._!     ** '^-  ju.stii:  _,   courage,  moderation���������������������������and ��������������������������� Life  "Do you plead guilty or not guCt  ty?"  Ikey���������������������������"Vich is der cheapest f**^j  .> Zj^lZl  WHAT NEGLECT  DID FOR HIM  JAS. E. BRANT SUFFERED TORMENTS FROM KIDNEY  DISEASE.  _  Then He Used Dodd's Kidney Pills  ���������������������������and Became   a   Well  31 an���������������������������His  Expat*ionc* a Lesson i'or You.  'Athabasca Landing, Alta, June  .13.���������������������������(Special).���������������������������That Kidney Disease, neglected in its earlier stages, leads to thc most terrible suffering, if not d _ath itself, and that  the-one sure cure for it in all stages  is Dodd's Kidney Pills, is the experience of Mr. James E. Brant; a  farmer residing near here.  Mr. Brant contracted Kidney  Disease, when a young man, from  a strain, and, like hosts of others,  neglected it, exoccting it to go  away itself.  NO USE FOR SMART SET.  King George and  Queen  Mary do  not Care for Them. ___^  As has been recorded already,  neither the new King nor the  Queen is credited with any liking  for Avhat is called the smart set.  It is now recalled that last aututno  Queen Mary was staying at a house  party in the country Avhich included three or foui-mcmbers- of the  ultra smart set,? whose conversation at dinner Avas also ultra smart.  The Princess, as she then was,  participated vcry little in it. Afterward, when thc ladies' were in  the draAving room, the -Princess  opened a Avorkbag, , drew from it  a woollen sock ancl, taking her  stand on the hearthrug,' proceeded to knit. "  For over an hour shc remained  stock still almost, absorbed in hcr  Av.rk, and Avhile she stood the ultra, smart ladies, whose usual form  Avould be liqueurs and cigarettes,  had lo stand too, until they were  absolutely dead beat.   The Queen  SICKLY BABIES QUICKLY CURED/ KI3f������������������ edward's kindness  The sickly baby is quickly cured  by Baby's Own  Tablets.        These  Tablets are a never failing cure for  the troubles arising from a disordered condition of the stomach and  bcAvcls.   Being sold under a guarantee to contain no harmful drug  they can be given to the youngest  child  Avith perfect safety.        Mrs.  Fiancis    McMullen,    St.    Octave,  Que, Avrites: "I have used Baby's  Own Tablets for my baby Avho Avas  constipated for four or live days at  a time.   I found the Tablets to be  of great benefit and Avould recommend    Lhem   to   other   mothers."  They are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from  Thc Dr.   Williams'  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  t. ;.   ��������������������������� ,   .     , ,    n ���������������������������      ������������������*utuiuieiy ceaa oeat.    ine Uueen  But it kept    gradually  growingi���������������������������.i,_ ,���������������������������.',,     , .      ^ ,  __.._. till _f_>. .._;__, J_��������������������������� _f ._! _,ho resembles hcr great-grancimo  worse, till after thirty years of increasing suffering the climax came,  ord he found himself so crippled  that at times he could not turn in  bed,- and for tAvo Aveeks at a time  it was impossible for him to rise  fr.m a chair without putting his  hands on hi,, knees.  He could not button his clothes.  Ee was troubled with Lumbago,  Gravel"and Backache, and tried  medicines for each and all,of them  without getting relief, till good luck  turned him to Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Dodd's Kidney Pills started at  the cause of his troubles and cured  his Kidneys. With cured Kidneys  his other troubles speedily disap-"  pea red, and to-day he is a .veil  man,  If you cure your Kidneys avith  Dodd's Kidney Pills you will never  havo Lumbago, Rheumatism, Heart  Disease, Dropsy''or Bright's Disease.  ther, Queen Charlotte, so closely  in appearance, has also, curiously  enough, inherited the taste of that  somewhat domineering and managing lady for standing for a long  time after dinner.  OVERLOOKED GOOD THING.  , "What makes^.the trust magnate  look so worried'."  "He has just read that the farmer is very prosperous, and he  feels that ho must have overlooked  something."-  EASY TO TELL.  A way of deciding dates of certain important events is suggested  by the" following anecdote. The  parents of an undergraduat. were  disputing as to the date of their  Inn letter to their "hopeful," from  whom, someAvhat to -the distress of  the mother, they had not heard for  some time.  ^ "Are you sure, Thomas," asked  the mother, unconvinced, "that it  Avas on the 12th that vou wrote to  Dick "  "Absolutely!" was the father's  decisive response. "I looked it up  in my check-book this morning."   ���������������������������  Give HolloAvay's Corn Cure a  t.ial. It removed ten corns .from  one pair of feet without any pain.  What it has done once it Avill do  Again.  ���������������������������- The expert accountant who is  called in to balance a set of books  ncA-er figures on having a steady  job.  A SPRAINED ANKLE is not ar. uncommon accident. Painkiller relieves 'aud  . ures almost as if by magic. The preatost  household remedy. Avoid substitutes,  there in but one Painkiller, Perry Davis',  25c. and 60c.  Bridget���������������������������No, sir. That's the  parrot you   hear  a,-hollerin.    -  Minard's  Liniment Lumberman's Friend. ���������������������������  A man with    a black   eye is up  against thc dark side of life.  Yonr Drnj_. list  Will  Tell   Von  Murino lCyerteinecIy J.clicvcs_Sorc Eyes.  - _ t r_ n g 11 roils-AVoniriSycs. Doe. n _"__. tirt.  Soothes JCye Pain, nnd Sells for 50c. Try  Murine in Your' JCyes and in Baby's  Eyes for Scaly Kyulids and Granulation.  Floni���������������������������"I like you as a friend,  Mv. Jenks, but I could never marry  you. Havc I made myself perfectly plain?" Jcnks���������������������������"Well, you may  h.ivc had something to do Avith it;  but I should say that Nature was  the cliief "offender."  ,    MINARD'S LINIMENT is the only Lini-  ^ent asked for at my store and the only  one we keep for sale.  All the people "use it.  _, . ���������������������������        ���������������������������.       HARM.     FUL TO ..  Pleasant Bay,  C.  B. i>  EXACT INFORMATION.  A census enumerator Avas questioning a woman of indubitable Celtic extraction and had come to the  division of sexes.  "Hoav many males have you in  your family?" he asked.      "    ���������������������������  "Three a day, sorr, an' I git 'um  mesilf," she replied emphatically.'  No Alcohol In It.���������������������������Alcohol or any  other volatile matter which would  impair strength by evaporation  does not in- any shape enter into  the manufacture of Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil. Nor do climatic  changes affect it. It is as serviceable in the Arctic Circle as in the  Torrid Zone, perhaps more useful  in the higher latitudes, Avhcre man  is more subject to colds from exposure to the elements.  "What's yours?" asked the waiter of a quick-lunch patron. "Muffins'and black coffee," Avas the reply; and the waiter sent an order  to the cook: "One in the dark and  two rubbci'styres."  IMITATIONS ABOUND, but insist upon  getting tbe genuine, "The D. _ L." Menthol  Plaster, which has stood the test of years.  Is cures; imitations don't. "The D. & L."  is made by Davis & Lawrence Co.  The Avoman with  foot may possess,  tongue..  the shortest  the   longest  Sympathy for Poor Hawker Saved  Lai for from Police.  One of the incidents that showed  King Edward's kindly nature occurred at Longchamps, France, in  May, 1903, when he and President  Lcubet were at thc races together.  Just before a big event of the day  the King _ loAvered the glasses  through Avhich he had been examining thc horses at the .starting post,  and turning to ono of the officials  i:.* the tribune, said:  "A poor woman over there seems  to be having a bad time with the  police. I wish you Avould be good  enough to send over and order  them to handle her more gently."  The object of the King's sympathy proved to be a haAvker avIio had  inadvertently strayed into one of  the reserved enclosures, and Avas  being hustled out Avith unnecessary  violence.  Thanks to   the King's intervention,   she   was allowed to   remain  until after the race, and then took  hor departure in   peace.   _.   THE GREAT XORTII COUNTRY.  Those Indians Avho made the first  canoe of birch bark long ago', were  our greatest benefactors. The  children of these Indians know the  car oe, and they know how to use  it, and if you go to Temagami, Ontario, this summer they will paddle  your canoe in their oAvn superb  Avay. Students Avho camp in summer along the Temagami lakes are  able to do tAvo years' work in one.  Finest of fishing and hunting. Easy  of access by the Grand Trunk Railway System. Information and  beautiful descriptive publication  sent free on application to Mr. J: D.  McDonald, -District Passenger  Agent, Union Station, Toronto,  Ont.  5MDTMSBABY  Mn.lt. Barrttt,  &. Morcan St.,  M_D������������������re__, tajn:  "A   horrid  rash came out all over my baby's (ace aad  rpread until it had totally covered his scalp.  It was irritating and painful, and caused  the little one hours of suffering.   We trie.  soaps and powders and salves, but be sot  ao better.   He refused bis food, got quite  thin and worn, and was reduced to _ very  serious condition.    I was advised to try  Zam-Buk, and did so.    It was wonderful  tsow It seemed to cool and ease the childls  hurning, painful skin.   Zam-Buk from the  very commencement seemed to go right te  the spot, and the pimples and sores and the  irritation grew less and less.    Within a  (aw weeks rev baby's skin  was healed  completely.   He has now not a trace of  i*sb, or eruption, or eczema, or burning  sore,^ Not only so, but cured of the tormenting skin trouble, he has improved fn  general health."  Zam-Buk ii told ar all (tore* and medicine vendor*, 50c. ��������������������������� box, or po������������������t fr e_ from Zam-Buk Co.",  /of onto, for price, 6 box������������������s for $2.50. A certain eun  foraj^fciiuliwa. _s, cut*. bnrn������������������. etc, aad for pile*.  CANCER, Tumors, Lumpe, etc' Internal  and external, cured without pain by.  our home-treatment.. Write uh������������������ before too  late. Dr. Bellman Medical Co., Limited.  Colhngwood.  Ont.    '  FARMS   FOR   SALE.  CARRYING IT TOO FAR.  And there are some men who will  do their best and even their best  friends.  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  A  lazy man    is always  whining  about his tough luck.  A bright little girl, who had successfully' spelt the word "that,"  was asked what would remain after the "t" had been taken away.  "The dirty cups and saucers," was  the reply.  -Through   indiscretion    in eating  groen fruit in summer many children  become   subject ��������������������������� to   cholera  morbus caused  by irritating acids,  that^ act violently on the lining of  tiie intestines.    Pains and dangerous purgings ensue and the delicate  system of the child    suffers under  the drain.    In such cases the safest and surest  medicine is Dr.  J.  D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. Ifc  will check    the   inflammation and  save the child's life.  A Safe Pill for Suffering'Women.  The secluded life of women which  ���������������������������The Secluded life of women which  permits of little healthful exercise,  is a fruitful cause of derangements  cf the stomach and liver and is accountable for thc pains and lassitude that so many of them experi-  ei.ee.     Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  will correct   irregularities   of the  digestive organs and restore health  ,a_.i vigor.    The most delicate woman can use them wilh safety, because their action, while effective,  i:< mild and. soothing.  A Pill That Lightens Life.���������������������������To  tho man who is a victim of indigestion the transaction of business be:  comes an added misery.. He cannot  concentrate his mind upon his.tasks  and loss and vexation "attend him.  To such a- man Parmelee's Vegetable Pills offer relief. A course of  tieatment, according to directions,  will convince him of "their great  excellence. They are confidently  recommended because they will do  all that is claimed for^them.  Ifc is, however, nofc at all strange  that so few fast young mes come  tf the''front. - -  "���������������������������71 OR  SALE,  161   ACRES,   S.  E.   _-'.   SEO  r    tion 14, T. 40, It  16, W. of 4. Meridian,'' .  nearly 80 acres cultivated, balance unbroken, sod house, 30x14. inside; two Ior house .."'  three    stables,   three    wells,   live   spring,  one coal mine, nearly six feet vcin.of coal,"  Good   merchantable,   10    miles  due   north  from,  station,  Halkirk,   C.P.R.,   from  one'  place, 2 1-2 miles from post office. Foreman,  and school, 1 1-2' from P. O. Notre Dame.-'1  good  land, good water,  shelter, good outside    pasture, , one    Painter    creek. '��������������������������� etc.-"  Reason-for    selling;,   ill-health    and   a so. .  For full particulars write Chas. Stiebrit . ���������������������������  Foreman, Alta.-   - <. - - --. _- ��������������������������� ....   .,���������������������������.-���������������������������,  CHENILLE CURTAINS  ,and ������������������ll kind, of house hanging., also      '    ."_ .-.  i*ce curtjuhs DYE p.Ay_c_____'������������������:  Write to ut about your*. ".;'."  BRITISH AMEItlCAN DYEING eO., BoxISt, MontrMlj.  '_.'  Jealousy has  no  victims.  mercy    for its  Pleasant as syrup; nothing equals  ifc as a worm medicine ;. the name  is Mother Cravcs'"\Vorn. Extern..n-  luor. Thc greatest worm destroyer  of the age.  Minard's Liniment u.ed by   Physicians.  "I don't like your heart action,"  thc doctor said, applying a stctho  scope again,  trouble    with  "You're partly right, " doctor,"  said thc young man sheepishly;  "only that isn't her name."  SAVED IN  HIS OLD  ACE.  "You have had some  angina    pectoris."  BETTl-R, CRAZING.  "I.ory," said thc minister, "I  hear yo were at Dunlop's kirk on  Sunday last. Nofc that I object, ye  ken, but yc widna, like yer a'in  sheep strnyin' away into strange  pastures."  "I widna care," said Rory, "if  it was better grass."  . -mmm  &3 THE???  ISSUE NO. 25-10.  Annapolis. N.S., May 14, 1909.���������������������������I am over  eighty year, of age and have suffered  from Kidney and Bladder Trouble for  fifteen years. I took doctors medicine  but sot no help I want to thank vou  for sendinp me the sample box of Gin  Pills which helped mo.  I have taken six boxes of Gin Pills altogether, hut pot relief beforo I had taken near tliat amount. I had to jret up  some 111 .lits every iiftoen minutes, and  Iind to uso an instrument before f could  urinate. Now I can lie in bed four or  five hours without gettinp up.  W\ II. PIERCE.  Write   National   Drug   &  Chemical   Co.,  (Dept.   W._.),   Toronto,   for   free   sample.  Regular size 50c, 6 for ������������������2.50.  YOUTHFUL ROBBERS.  A well    organized    band of boy  robbers,  led by a ferocious chieftain aged 13, have just been captured   by    the    police of Sopron,  Hungary,  says the   London Daily  Mail.   The band consisted of eleven  lads, aged from 8 to 13 years, who  hact left their parents for a life of  adventure.    They lived in a large  cave,  and during    the    last three  months havc committed 123 robberies and one murder.    In thc cave  booty to thc value of $25,000 was  found.    The young chieftain,   who  shot and seriously wounded the policeman   who   was    sent to ai.-est  him, has   been   sentenced   to ten'  years confinement in a reformatory.  " DID NOT NEED SYMPATHY.  =- A^-co u pi e=o __o kWs a 1 fcs-=_n c t=a f t er-  a long absence, and the following  animated conversation ensued :���������������������������  "Well, old man, how are you getting on?"  "First rate!      I have    taken a  wife."   ���������������������������  "A vcry sensible idea."  "Not a bit of it; she's a regular  Tartar."  "Then I'm sorry for you,-mate."  "There'.,  no need;   she brought  me a large vessel a. her marriage  portion."  "Then you made a good bargain,  aflcr all?"  "Nothing to boast of, lean tell  yen. The ship turned out a worth-  lens old tinder-box."  "Then I'm sorry-1 spoke."  "Bah! You can speak as much as  you like. The old tub was well insured and went down on her first  voyage."  "So you got the pull there, anyhow." '   1  "Not so much, mate; I only got  five hundred dollars out of the job  as mv share."  "That was too bad."  "Too bad?   Nothing of the 'sort!  Wife was on board and went down  with the rest."  Keep Minard's Liniment  in the hoase.  "You must be very polite to succeed in this, business," said a bar-  btr to his young apprentice. "Always wear a pleasant smile, and  t:"-y to flatter evervbody." "TH  du my best, sir," replied the apprentice; "but, how am I to flatter  a. bald-headed man?" "Easily  enough," replied the barber. "Just  ask him if he doesn't want-his hair  cut."    .       .    -  People  with the complaint habit  invariably slop over.  A well-known judge often relieved his judicial wisdom with a touch  of humor. One day, during the  tiial of a case, Mr. Gunn was a  witness in thc box, and as he hesitated a good deal, and seemed unwilling, after much persistent  questioning, to tell what he knew,  tbv. judge said to him:���������������������������"Come,  Mr. Gunn, don't hang fire." After  the examination had closed, the  Par was convulsed by thc judge adding:���������������������������"Mr. Gunn, you can go off;  you arc discharged."  Dr.   Morse's  Indian    Root    Pills  cure many common ailmente whieh  are   vcry   diiierent,   but   which   all  arise  from   the   same  cause���������������������������a  f.vs-  tern   clogged   with   imnurilici.   The  Pills cause thc  bowels  to move regularly,   strengthen   and   stimulate  the  kidueyn  uud  open   the  pores  of  ���������������������������-thn-Rkin. ���������������������������Thcso organs" immediate"  ly   throw   off   the   accumulated   iro-  puriticB,   and   Nilioui.   ess,   Indigestion.     Liver     ( _rn.uaint,       Kidney  Troubles,   Headaches,    KlinuinntiHtn  and   similar   ailments   vanish.     Dr.  Morse's   Indian   K00.   Pills  Save    Doctors'    Bills  KENDMCS.  SPAVii  _ UR .  Kills Bone Spavin  Kich Valley, Alta, May 20th. 1S09  '���������������������������I have used your Spa. in Cure for ������������������  long lime aud would not be without it.  Have killed a Boue Spavin by its use."  OLE CARLSON.  That tells the whole story. And  hundreds of thousands havc had the  smnc experience in the past _0 years.  For Spavin, Ricgbone, Curb,  Splint. Swellings and  all Lameness.  Kendall's Spavin Cure cuies the  trouble���������������������������makes the horse sound and  well���������������������������and sares money for the owner  because it removes the caute of the  trouble.  Keep a bottle always at haad-H������������������r6  for $5. Good for nun and t_������������������_t. Ajfc  your dealer for fre<? copy of our book  "A Treatise On The Horn" or vritmus.  BR. I. j. KENDALL CO. UnsAxtrf Palb, VI  yUMWSsfit/ms,  crrjk. ravryAjyj  For Croup, Diphthbi-is,  lnfiuenz*.   Crump*.  Spa-ins,Burns, Scalds,  Accident*,   B r u i a ��������������������������� 9,  Falls,   Gunshot  Woundfl,    PoiKonnus  H it<_ of Dog . Snakea,  titingsof Intacta, etc.;  Rn'.lw_7*i  Reudy  Itelief.  (tfhen buying your Piano |  _ in 5i.sjL.on_h __ vi n$- a n==^  OTTO MIGEL  Ptano Actior.  Is Your Hearing Good 1  The HEAR-O-PHONB will give you thi  benefits of good hearing. Send lor tree  booklet,   giving   particulars   and     name.  cf   satisfied   users.   Also  ".  fptelal Offer for a Month's Home Trial.  THE BRAND ELECTRO OZONE LIMITED,      33������������������   Spadlna   Awenu .   Toronto.-  NfYO U R MIND'S EYE !  opnn\f t-jyAx <_._53fl_>c  tRPROOF;  KEEP   AWAY  FLIES  for Hair a Cent a Day.  Horn Flics, Gad Flies, Blow Flies, Flios  of every kind, Mosquitoes, Lice and all  worrying- insects keep entirely clear of the  animals to which  Cooper's Fly Knocker  has been applied. Easily put on with a'  sprayer, and costs less lhan one cent a  day for each animal. Protects wounJi  from fly-blpws and inflammation. Mor������������������  than paya for itself in extra milk, extra  beef, less feed and more work from horsea.  ��������������������������� 1.75 A GALLON  BOo.     A   QUART  WM. COOPER Ic NEPHEWS  TORONTO. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND-WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, August 18, l9iu  Children's Red  Oxfords,- Reg $i.25 85c  Children's White Canvas  Oxfords, reg. $1.50, p#00  Regular $1.25   <J������������������q  Wheeler & Evans  City  Meat  Market  THOS. E.  WOODS, Proprietor  The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt   attention.  ENDERBY PRESS  Published eve ry   Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Preaa.  telegram dated the Sth, from the  lunk-heads in Vancouver, stating that  it would be all right and the '.'York"  would be    available   for   extra boat  Advertising Rateb;   Transient. 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.   Con-  service.   Yet she arrived that morn-  tract advertising. Jl an inoh per month. I inS from the north with a bargeload  Le*a l Notices:  ]0c a lino first insertion; 6c a line j of freight cars I-   What beautiful .man-  jagement!     First,   a   telegram takes  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c ft lin _.  ^AUGUST 18.  1910  PUBLIC  IMPROVEMENT BY-LAW  Private   Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs; stylish drivers; new harness; everything up-to-date and'  well-kept. When you wish a rig  for a Sunday drive, speak for it  early, as my finest turn-outs are  usually spoken for in advance.  A. L. Matthews  Cliff Street Enderby  Farm  ements  Impl  Reference to the published minutes  of the City Council, elsewhere in this  issue, will show the position taken  by the Council on an offer made by  Mayor Bell to pay half the cost of a  cement sidewalk in front of his Cliff  Street property if the City will pay  the cost of the other half. The proposition of Mr. Bell was accepted, and  it but remains for the City to carry  out its share of the agreement. We  do not wish to throw cold water on  anything looking to the permanent  development of Enderby, and certainly cement sidewalks are the right j  step in this direction. And yet, we '  believe it were better for the City to  adopt the regular plan of public improvements laid    out and proceedure  two days to get here instead of two  hours���������������������������which   is   slow .enough, in all  conscience���������������������������and then, contradictory  ; to the telegram, no authority is giv-  ! enen to the captain of the boat or  - any other local   official to make the  special trip !  j    "There are thousands of well-to-do,  I pleasure-loving   people    now resident  in the Okanagan, yet they must be  ; debarred from sport dear to their  I hearts because of a bunch cf thick-  ! heads who seem utterly incapable of  ; realizing   that    there   is any size of  population in the province outside of  Vancouver.   Ugh !"  DROWNED IN MARA LAKE  Another victim.     Jack Jones,  conductor    of    the   C.    P.   R.    freight  I train, was drowned in Mara lake last  j Friday,  .while   enjoying   a dip when  the   sun   was   hot.    The   train crew  provided for in the Municipal Clauses  iwere in the water but a few minutes,  Act, adopted by   all cities in British |  when it   was   discovered   that Jones  Under this Act a by-law  Columbia  is passed setting forth a regular  system under which; these walks are  constructed, making it applicable to ,.  all alike, and making the property  benefitted by the sidewalk pay the  cost of construction, but the cost is  ���������������������������had  disappeared.    The   rest   of the  men     were   strong     swimmers,    and  struck out for deep water.   The conductor could not swim, and remained  i in   shallow .', water.    He   must . have  i stepped ofl a   ledge into deep water,  jand immediately   went   under, for he  .       , , |made no   sound   to   attract the at-  spread out    over   a number of years i,     ,.        , ._       _.  ,    .   tention of the   other   swimmers, and  I have two carloads of Buggies,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows and  Harrows, Discs, Feeders, Etc.,  .JUST RECEIVED. Can give  terms on any of these, and want  you to call and inspect them.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  1 E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables;  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  <������������������ Prompt attention to all customers  J>     Land-seekers  and Tourists in-  ������������������ vited to give us a trial.  _ <6.__$ _>__i _; .>_ ^^ &.  and is paid as a sidewalk tax against i  the property.     As   soon as the new j  Bank of Montreal building is finished j  it is the   intention   ol   the property I  owners   on   the   south    side   of Cliff j  street to apply   for   a   cement walk j  from  Vernon Road to George street,  and there should   be, it would seem,  a by-law   regulating   the   conditions  under which these  sidewalks may be I  asked for   and   constructed, as there  are in other cities.   It is not wise to  open the way   for    dickering in matters   of   this   kind,    and if a by-law  were passed there   would be no need i  of   it.   All   applications   for   cement j  walks would    then   be   considered in  the same manner and the conditions  governing all would be the same.  they did not know anything had happened  him    until   they   came ashore  and found his   clothes where he had  left them.   They began to search for  him, but it was two hours later be-  ifore his body was discovered in deep  i water near the shore.   Mr. Jones was  ; a young man   of   splendid qualities.  !He was stationed at Field when Mr.  ';Burnham, I_n_er_fy   agent, was there,  and was thought a great deal of by  all the   railroad   men.    He leaves a.  wife and   child,"   who are visiting in  !the east.  AFTER DIRTY PLAYERS  Mayor Lee, of New Westminster, is  going to put   a    stop   to brutal lacrosse playing.   The lacrosse players  'who hope   to   get    away  with .dirty  work,    or   scrap,      had    better   give  ; Quees. s  Park,    New    Westminster,  a  .wide    berth.     Mayor   Lee has issued  ! orders'to  the city    police  to  arrest  | any players   fighting or indulging in  'rough  work.     The   mavor takes the  l  , ground that people go to the park to  'sec a lacrosse game and not a slug-  jging match, and that the sooner the  ! brutality is stopped the better it will  ] be for the game.  L_No_w._that_May.or Lee_has_taken .this.  PROFESSIONAL  R. H. W. KEITH,  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  Elderndl Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR  L.   MATTHEWS.  D  Office hour..    Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to ���������������������������  Evening. 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  OfTic . Cor. Cliff nnd Q<-orge Su.. ENDER . Y  I  ���������������������������W;  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  j stand, it is not improbable that the  j people generally will get up courage  'enough  to    denounce    brutality  with i  the lacrosse stick, and, in other pla- ,  ees as well as New Westminster, put j  under arrest any player resorting to  it.   We have   heard    a   great deal in ' Rear Evans Blk  our own good land  about the horrid]   moving pictures ol a prize fight in  j which a negro "punched a whiteman  j with padded fists, but we hear noth-  ! ing from priest or sinner about the  ! whiternen  who  beat  to earth  with  a  lacrosse stick    their    fellow   players.  And for   our   own    self-respect, it is  time wc did.  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  AN kinds ot Tin and Zinc Article. R*t>arod  Enderby  FRED. H. BARNES  \V. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Ke .ular rn eotinga first  Thursdiiy on or after tie  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellow* Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary   KELOWNA HAS  A KICK  I.O.O.F.  ���������������������������^__s>' "^^_/   Eureka Lodge, No. 80  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, In I. O.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block. VUltinfr brothers always welcome. J. A. McMorland,' N. G., A.  Reeves, Sec'y, E. J. Mack, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday erenlag  in K. of P. Hall. Visitor, cordially invited to attend.  J. N. GRANT.. C.C.  C. E. STRICKLAND. K.R.8.  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  K.of P. Hall is the only hall In Enderby suitable  for public entertainments.     For rates, etc., appljr  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE, M. E., Enderby  Tlie people of Kelowna went, to  great expense to prepare for thc reception of a large number of people  from the various Okanagan points at  the regatta held there last week. But  the big crowd did not materialize.  The railway company failed to give  train facilities, and the people had to  stay at home. The Kelowna Courier  tells about it thus pleasantly:  "The end of it all wa.s that the regatta committee had to send the  "Clovelly" to the Landing for the  Vernon band, who were denied passage even on the train to the Landing  and had to drive, ancl about 300 Vernon pcople who had intended to come  down for the day were disappointed  of the trip and the day's pleasure.  "On the 10th, Mr. Clarke received a  IN   THE   CHURCHES  f HURCH OF ENGLAND. St George. Church.  ^ Enderby���������������������������Service every Sunday 8 a.m., 11 a.m.  and 7.80 p.m. LATE celebration of Holy Communion 1st Sunday In month at 11 a.m. Sunday  School at 10 a.m. N. Enderby Sorvlce at 8.15 p.  m., 2nd Sunday In month. Hullcar���������������������������Service at 8  p.m. 4th Sunday in month. Mara-Serrice at 2 p.  m. 1st and 3rd Sundays in month, Regular meeting of St. Geortre's Guild last Friday in month at  3|>.m.'inSt: George's Hall. Rev. John Leech-  Porter. Vicar.  METHODIST CHURCH���������������������������Serviee, Sunday 7:30  p. m. Junior Epworth League, Tacsday 8 p.  m. Prayer Meeting, Thursday 8 p. n������������������. Sunday  School, 2:30 p. m.  C F. CONNOR, Pastor.  a <&&$m������������������������������������34������������������$^  _. -  We beg to announce that  on or about the 15th of Sep-  . tember we will have a grand  millinery opening. Also that  by the 1st of September we  will have jn stock a full line  of skirts and one-piece suits;  also a full line of samples of  Fall and Winter Suitings  and Skirts which we can  have made up to special  measure.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  Bank of Montreal  Established 181T  Capital, $14,400,000 . Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary President, Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA  President. Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND,  _=Vice-Eresidentand General-Manager,  MOUNT ROYAL. G. C. M. ������������������.  ILC. M.S.  SIR-EDWARD-(XOUSTON,=Bart.-==  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT jrSxfi- __SA_r  Branches in OVtuiagan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, K^owna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON. Esq,. Manager, Vernon- A. E. TAYLOR. Manager. Enderby  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH-Sunday   School,  2:30 p.m.;   Church serrice,  11 a, ra.; Toting  People's meeting, Wednesday. 8 p.m.  D. CAMPBELL, Paator.  BAPTIST CHURCH-Sunday School  10   a.  m.  Church service, 11 a. m.;  Prayer   maeting,  Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.     B. S. FREEMAN, Paator  POST OFFICE  HOURS���������������������������8 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.; mails close, Bouth  bound, 10:00 a.m.: northbound, 4:00p.m.  SMALL DEBTS COURT  SITS every Saturday, by appointment at   p.m  f_A__m   Rosoman.   Police   and   Stinendiar  Graham   Rosoman,  Magistrate,  Police   and   Stipendiary  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, ������������������0^URPHY  Enderby  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans oh improved Farming  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 /<  H  )h  I,  Thursday, August 18, I9l0  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  New Century  Handicap Tennis Tournament  Proving Interesting to the End  EACH  Only a few hundred pounds  of Binder Twine left. If you  still require some call early.  Price, 12 l-2c per pound.  Economy F/uit  u Jars  Pints, $1.25     Quarts, $1.50  Half Gallons, $2.25  ,  Tops, 25c per dozen  We carry a large stock of  General Hardware  Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces  Graniteware, Tinware  Sherwin-Williams Paints  Oils and Varnishes  Sharpie's Tubular Cream Separators  Iron Pipe and Fittings  of all kinds..  Sheet Metal Siding and  Corrugated Iron  Paroid Roofing, $3.75prsqr  Estimates given on Heating  and Plumbing Systems  We solicit your enquiries for prices, etc.  and same will always receive . our  prompt attention./  A  Hardware, Tin __  Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby.  CITY OF ENDERBY PUBLIC LIBRARY  REGULATIONS  1.   The Library shall be open for the exchange  of books each week, at such day and hour, or days  and hours, as the Board of Library Commissioners  .shall.determine; 1 .   2. The membership subscription shall be the  ���������������������������urn of One Dollar ( 1.00) to be paid in advance.  All subscriptions shall expire on the 31st December in each year;  3. No member*shall borrow more than one  book at a time.  4. Any peraon not being a property owner or  householder in the City or District, who'wishes to  borrow books from the Library. mu������������������t be guaranteed by some' responsible person, or must make a  deposit with the Librarian of 2.00, said deposit to  be 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;      ���������������������������    ���������������������������      -   -        ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������-  6. No book shall bo borrowed for a longer period  than two weeks, except by arrangement with the  Librarian; no book may in any case bo borrowed  for a longer consecutive period than twenty-one  days; ,  7. All members are earnestly requested to be  punctual in returning books; a minimum fine of  ten (10) cents per week will be imposed in case of  ti .lure to do so; any member rendering himself  lia'.le to a fine shall be debarred from the further  cei of the Library until same has been paid;  8. No encyclopaedia or other book deemed by  the Board to be a book of reference shall be taken  way from the Library.  BY ORDER OF THE BOARD.  City Hall, June 27th, 191  A $125  Typewriter  for 17c  Day!  The Oliver Typewriter Co.,  The Oliver Typewriter Building, Chicago, 111.  Interest in the Annual Handicap  Tournament continues to ��������������������������� attract  a large' number of spectators and  players to the tennis court. Since  our last report, the following games  have been played:  Ladies' Singles ��������������������������� Mrs. Waddell  (owe 15) beat Miss George (scratch.)  This was a very interesting game to  watch, Miss George putting up a very*  plucky fight against her opponent  and capturing the second set, but  losing the 1st and. 3rd. This places  Mrs.- Waddell in the finals for the  Ladies' Singles, when she will meet  Miss Greyell. The match will be  played on Friday afternoon. Score,  6-3, 5-7, 6-4.. .  Miss Greyell (scratch) beat Miss F.  Mowat (scratch.). It was very evident in the first set that Miss Mowat  was nervous, for she did not do justice to herself, Miss Greyell winning  it easily. The second set, however,'  was very evenly contested, and at  times it looked as if. a third and deciding set would have to be played,  but,Miss Greyell managed to capture  it by a close margin. Score, 6-0,7-5.  . Ladies' Doubles���������������������������Mrs. Waddell and  Miss Mowat (owe' 15) beat Mrs.  Lawes,and Mrs. Sutcliffe (receive ������������������15)  Mrs. Waddell and Miss Mowat won  the 1st and 3rd sets, the 2nd set falling to Mrs. Lawes and Mrs. Sutcliffe  after some particularly ��������������������������� good tennis.  This, places Mrs. Waddell- and Miss  Mowat in the finals in the Ladies'  Doubles, when ' they will meet Miss  George and Miss Greyell on'Saturday  afternoon. A splendid match is  premised.     Score, 6-4, 6-8, 6-3.  Mixed Doubles���������������������������Miss F. Mowat and  V. C. Brimacombe (owe ������������������30) beat  Mrs. Lawes and R. R. Gibbs (oweJ15)  Score, 6-1, 6-4. ������������������������������������������������������   ..  Mrs. ��������������������������� Sutcliffe and G. Schmidt  (scratch) beat Miss Greyell and A. E.  Taylor (owe ������������������15-) Score,.6-3, 4-6,8-6.  "Miss F. Mowat, and V. C. Brimacombe (owe ������������������30) beat Mrs. Sutcliffe  and Geo. Schmidt'(scratch.) Score,  6-4, 6-4."  _ The result of these matches, places  Miss Mowat and V. C Brimacombe  in the finals of the Mixed Doubles,  which will be played on Saturday  afternoon.-:.  Men's Singles���������������������������W. J. Lemke (receive ������������������30) < beat A. E. Taylor (receive ������������������15).   Score, 6-4, 1-6, 6:3.'  'Geo. Schmidt (receive ������������������15) beat ~R.  E. T. Forster.(scratch). Score 6-3,6-0  L. J. Proctor (owe 3) beat W. J.  Lemke (receive ������������������30).. Score, 6-0, 6-2.  L. J.' Proctor .will now meet Geo.  Schmidt in- the finals of the Men's  Singles, on Friday afternoon, and  this match should prove a most exciting one.'  Men's' Doubles���������������������������Lemke & Schmidt  (receive 15). beat Forster & Proctor  (owe 30.) ���������������������������  Scorfe, 6-1/0-6, 6-2.  Waddell ��������������������������� & Greyell (receive ������������������30)  .beat*=^Gibbs_^&___Banton____( scratch),_  Score, 6-3, 6:4.  Waddell, & Greyell (receive ������������������30)  beat Taylor & Brimacombe (owe ������������������30)  Score, 6-3, 10-12, 3-6, 9-7, 6-4.  This, match was perhaps the most  stubbornly contested of any that  have been played so far in the tournament. With the score-1 set all, it  got too dark to play the 3rd and deciding set, the match being consequently postponed. On resuming play  on Monday, it was agreed to play  the best out of five sets, each side  having then, 1 set to the good. Taylor and Briraaconibe won the 2nd and  3rd sets, the 1st, 4th and 5th falling  to Waddell and Greyell, thus placing  them in the finals of the Men's  Doubles, when they will meet Lemke  and Schmidt on Saturday afternoon.  - The finals of the Ladies' and Men's  Singles will be played on Friday afternoon. The finals of the Ladies'  Doubles will be played on Saturday  afternoon, when Mrs. Leech-Porter in  conjunction with the Rev. J. Leech-  Porter, has kindly consented, to present the prizes', and a successful termination of the Club's annual tournament is looked for. Tea will'be  served at the courts on Saturday,  and it is hoped that all the members  and their friends will turn out to  witness the final games on Friday and  Saturday.  Moffet intends to adhere to the lines  of Mr. Williams' .survey unless there  is proof that they are wrong; (2)  that the city ' has trespassed on his  land by laying a pipe therein, although he never granted any such  righ^t, and has received no compensation therefor; (3) that Mr. Moffet is  prepared to go into the matter and  make an equitable arrangement, but  does not intend to have his rights  over-ridden: (4) and that they (Billings & Cochrane) will be ,pleased to  take the matter up with the Council  with a view to having the same adjusted.  NEW PUBLIC HALL NEEDED  The great need of Enderby at this  time is a public hall, built and licensed as such", and provided with the  proper   safe   guards   to   protect   the  public in case   of   fire or panic.   We  have laws compelling   hotels to provide fire escapes for the safety of' the  travelling public, but nothing to prevent   any   building   being used' as a  place for   public   entertainments,  no  matter how poorly it be arranged to  provide   escape, to   the hundreds  of  amusement-lovers    gathered   therein.  We need a proper hall 'in Enderby;  something    on   the   ground-floor and  provided with proper, exits.   Where is  the citizen ' public-spirited enough to  erect it ?  To Rent.���������������������������A seven-roomed house on  Knight St. Plastered and papered.  Apply, H. F. Flewwelling, Enderbty.  Seeds of   kindness    will grow  every flower you cultivate.  with  MARA NEWS NOTES  Mrs. Hines' home-hostelry is full of;  guests this week.  Mr. Edwards, of Vancouver, is the  guest of Mr. Bazeley.  The Messrs. Davies Bros, and Shaw  have entered upon their recent purchase, Mrs. Davies accompanying  them.  Mr. Bazeley launched his new skiff  last week. She is a beauty. He put  her through her' maiden trip in fine  style.  Night-torches on the Spallumcheen  speak of salmon-spearing. The catch,  however, is too light to invite general practice. s  ���������������������������   '       I  The new track-grader was employed  on the work train at Mara last week.  ~ Some of our ranchers have a knotty problem- to solve. With hay at  $22 a ton, will it pay to kill your  cattle ^and sell the hay ?  Norman MacLeod was well known  here. He was the popular foreman  in' the C. .R. L.' company's, camp in  this vicinity'for a number of -years.  His .friends���������������������������and they are many���������������������������will  regret to, learn that he-committed  suicide by ..hanging last week. Too  sad an ending for so noble-a-soul. ���������������������������  Hay. baleing continues." ��������������������������� Messrs.  Gray, Davy, Green, Watila and Davidson will be early'shippers.   ' '  is the tim^to Secure a  Home in the Choicest  WILL NOT BE OVER-RIDDEN  A special meeting of the City  Council was held last night to consider a letter received from Billings  & Cochrane,    stating   (1). that   Mr.  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 desir-.  ing to secure a home in the most healthy and picturesque suburb of  town.  For further particulars and list of properties', apply to��������������������������� ��������������������������� ' '  H. W. HARVEY  (-  ' Real Estate and Inaurance Agent'  A?e nt for The National Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford;   Tha Nova Scotia Fire Insurance Co.,  London Guarantee and Accident Co.,  ENDERBY  Ltd.  The'  GRINDROD  X  COSTS LITTLE  Accomplishes Much  A two cent tump does a lot for  very little money, but it would require tho_i_nds of two cent stamps  and pergonal letters to make your  v_nt������������������ known, to ai many people ai  23c. investment in our CUwified  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:  Tine Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No.  2986,  Spring on Ecks Pre-emption,  Shoot Creek,  Ellis or Nanisheen Creek,  James Creek,  Penticton Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 2551,  Canon Lake  Second Creek,  Cedar Creek,  Little Penticton Creek, _ .  Sheep Creek,  4-Mile Creek south on Dog Lake,  4-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 28G  7-Mile Creek (Lots 210 and 266,)  Camp, Old Camp, 9-Mile or- Ara-  wana Creek,   .  Creek on Lot 211,  Spring near southeast corner of lot  587,  South branch of Ellis Creek,  Spring, Lot 2551,  Meeting for the purpose of adjudication will be held at Penticton on  or about October 20th, 1910; Okanagan Falls on or about October 25th,  1910; and Naramata on or about  October 28th, 1910.  W. S. DREWRY,  Chief Water Comruissioner.  Lands Department, (Water Branch),  Victoria, B. C, July 15th, 1910.  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  y    :���������������������������r  j.-  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese .  White arid Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information "of my .winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best.on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns  and  White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  Enderby, B. C.  JAMES MOWAT  Fire. Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies^  Tha Lhrer^ool _ London A Globe In*. Co.  Tha Pfcoaiix Insurance Co. ot London.  =EMtiah-America Assurance Co.-  A L_e Insurance policy in the Royal Ineurance Co.  of Liverpool. Ens,, ia a valuable asset. A plain,  ���������������������������trairhtforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt aa to its value.  RoraJ Inauranee Coo. Liverpool (Life dept)  Hm London _ Lancashire Guarantee   .  _c_d������������������nt Co., ot Canada.  BELL BLOCK. BNDERBY  Seal of Alberta  "The Faultless Flour"  PERFECT  BREAD  Try a Sack and you will see that this statement  is the truth, and nothing' but the truth.  WALTER ROBINSON  f. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, August 18," iyiu."% a  ....>..������������������ ������������������  _���������������������������++-**+ +   ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Local People Coming and Going  and General News of the District  HIGH-CLASS    PUBLICITY  /?* _ I/_ __"_"__ _������������������ A i  M?__OPJ_iF<  ____/__ r> 5 .fl HII_  fMake  that means the expenditure of public  moneys   where   the   project does not  A special   meeting   of'the Board of ,i show   revenue   in   return compatible  Trade was held   in the City Hall'on. j with the amount of the expenditure.  j    Harold Nelson and  his talented com-; Tuesday evening   to   consider an ad-j This, all will confess, is a safe posi-  ' pany deserve great praise for their able ��������������������������� vertising   proposition   submitted    by j tion, but it is not always aprogres-  | handling of "Piere  of  the Plains" last | Mr.   J. Beverly   Robinson,  represent- |siveone.      Merchants    have   to buy  j night in the hall.   They were unable to : ing   Heaton's   Agency,   of   Toronto. J goods,    erect   buildings    and display  i use their scenery   on   the  small stage,   ^r. Robinson's proposition called for ; the stock before    they can sell them.  ! but the   audience   soon  warmed  up to : t]lc expenditure of ..ISO. for which the I They take   the    risk.    Their   success  nection with the King Edward hotel. ; m_\ Nelson   and forgot that there was  q^.   anc]    District   would   receive a; depends entirely upon the amount of  J. L. Ruttan   returned    from Fort ' n������������������ scenery,  so interesting was the plot pnge advertisement   in Heaton's An-j energy they put into the sale of their  and well sustained the characters. ,'nual, the official handbook of Canada j goods    after   they   buy   and pay for  Our   Trinity   Valley   correspondent   together with   a   page advertisement  them  says that settlers of a good class are   in  "Opportunities   in    Canada,"  and      WE must either get into the game  coming   into   that   valley,    most of ' "Opportunities in British Columbia,'  whom are taking    up  .lands adjacent' accompanied by illustrations and des-  to    the    projected   road,    which,    of I'criptive matter of the town ancl dis  The band will give an open-air con- ; course is providing work for quite a Itrict in all of these publications, "tlie J a magazine or newspaper will amount  I cert from the bandstand next Monday ; number.     The   road  is being pushed j combined circulation of which was-to jto   little- or   nothing   if   it.   is- not  'evening,  weather permitting. ;this way rapidly.     Vernon people, it ! be upwards of'   100,000.   The circula- j backed up by active interest and ac-  Chas. P. Calder  has accepted a posi- 'understood; will   build the bridge to 'tion of these   publications, which are;tive pride in   the    appearance of our  tion with the  Columbia  Flouring Mills  Sive    connection    with    the   Enderby ' put out in the shape of gazetteers, is   streets.     Never   have   the gardens of  Mrs. A.   Jamieson   left on Monday  for Vancouver.  j    Mayor Bell and Mrs. Bell are visiting the coast cities.  !    Jack Breedon   has severed his con-  irom  j George this week, after an absence of  'several weeks.  I    Fred Moore is showing some pretty  i pictures   of    the   Naramata regatta, j  taken by him  July 2Sth.  or admit we are out of it. The erection of a sigh board over a street, or  the insertion-of an   advertisement in-  I talk  We are "backing" ten *  thousand envelopes with ?  our map prepared for us ?  by Surveyor Williams, t  showing all roads lead- |  ing to Enderby. This ?  we have done at OUR ?  expense. Will you help *  to circulate them?  We .will print your  name and address on 200  of these envelopes for  SI.75, or will sell the  envelopes without your  name printed thereon, at  15c for a bunch of 25. '  Co. Ltd., as a knight of the grip.  The finishers are at ' work on the  Reeves' home, and soon this pretty  cottage will be ready for occupancy.  Miss Mowat sustained a severe sprain  in a fall the past week, and Postmaster  Harvey is temporarily alone in the post-  office.  j road to Mabel lake. j almost wholly   in  ;    Proprietor    Murphy   has just com-; the highest class.  Enderby   looked   as   inviting as this  year.    But    _he   pride   of our home-  Europe, and is of  In addition to the  ' pleted the extensive renovations made \ advertising, the City gets 1000 copies j makers has   met   with anything but  for the convenience  of guests in the  King Edward hotel,    ancl the ,-travel-  of  the  mailing   booklet,   "Opportun- ; encouragement from the Corporation,  lities in    British   Columbia"  for free-Never   since   Enderby    became incor-  ling men   are   cracking up the King j distribution.  Edward as one of the best hotels in :    The matter   was fully discussed by  the province.   The high-class carpets ithe Board,   aud   the   proposition ac-  for free ��������������������������� Never   since   Enderby  lporated have our  streets been in as  ' disgraceful condition as they are this        '\  ��������������������������� and furniture   put   into   the parlors ; cepted  F. H. Barnes is finishing the work i and - writing   rooms are much appre-  on the Grindrod bridge, ancl will soon ! dated.   The latest article added is a  take in hand    the   repair of the En-;swell      cabinet     grand     Heintzmann  derby bridge. j piano, with hidden automatic player,  Thos. Pound   this   week moved his Ior for the   artist's    hand.    It is an  j stable from the street, to the back of   instrument of the highest quality ob-  I his lot, and this valuable corner has j tamable,  been greatly improved thereby. j  Mrs. F. S. Stevens   and daughters, ,  ancl Master   Stevens,    returned  from !  GET BUSY, OR GET DOWN  season. Directly contrary to their  own law, our city] fathers have permitted the gardens of the city to be  infested with noxious weeds from the  i public streets, and there seems to be  Harry Worthington hit the nail on labsolutely no ei!ort or any desire on  the head when   he said at a meeting  oi  Lhe Eoard of Trade, Tuesday .eve-'  CITY   COUNCIL  MEETING  ning, that he believed it was the  opinion of nearly everybody, that it  v.v.s time Enderby   was getting busy  V,St.    Paul,   Minn.,   Friday    morning,     , : in the way   of    keeping up with  the  At the meeting of the City Council ', general prosperity of the district, or  Wednesday evening, Aug.'lOth, the ap- ! sitting down   and confessing that we  after an absence of some months.        j Plication of    Geo.   R.    Sharpe for a  had not the ability to press forward.  I Mrs. F. V. Moffet will give a card  ��������������������������� party this afternoon in honor of Mrs.  :Lavar, who is visiting her mother,  ;Mrs. Layton, from her Louisiana  ihome.  sidewalk to his home on George St.   |    There   is   a great  deal  for    us  to  was granted.' . .! think about in this remark.   While .it  Mr. Bell informed the Council that , is true that private individuals have  if they would lay a cement sidewalk, .shown a disposition to push forward.  S feet wide, in   front of his business; and    are     reaching    out    strong and  ���������������������������the part of the corporation to check  jit. The poorest advertisement any  town can have is streets overgrown  with weeds and unkept; sidewalks  .lined with thistles until they are little better than toe-paths for pedestrians. We might spend hundreds of  dollars in advertising, and the resujt  will be nil so long as there is not  that public pride shown in the city  by keeping the streets tidy and clean.  |clock, from Maud street to Belvedere .true,   and   showing   their unbounded  j    The-..store front   put in the Pyman ; street, on the north side of Cliff, he; faith in   the   town   and   district by  ���������������������������block gives a very pleasing effect, and -was prepared to pay*half, the cost of   their works,   there   is a tendency to  THE WALKER  PRESS ^jwhen completed'Mr. Pyman will have   same, and    would   hand over to the;check, block and   side-track anything  Ithe handsomest'jewelry store in this   city for use in other places the pr'es-I.  . ~     -  New Century Washing Machines, $9'.  Fulton's Hardware.  ENDERBY. B. C.  A VANCOUVER financial corporation o_ .ood  standiiiK >s desirous of _ppniiHnjjan agept or  firm of agents for tho sale of Vancouver. Fo-t  George and Port Moody properties. Excellent  ,.ro. osition.    Writ" to P.o>; ITS . Vanco'ivrr, I .   _.  jend of the Valley.  i  j The excessive freight traffic over,the  lOkanagan branch is forcing the rail-  iway company to run two and three  i freight trains a day over the line to  move the tonnage.  The appearance   of the very pretty  cottage of Miss Cobb, on the Lawes'  _ hilf adds greatly to the beauty of the  ��������������������������� hill, and shows what admirable buil-  'ding sites there are yet undiscovered.  ��������������������������� ent wooden sidewalk, which had been'  ; i  laid by him at his own expense, and J  was  in    good   condition.   Mr.   Bell's !  I offer was accepted. j  It was. decided to refund taxes, for';  the current year which had been col- j  : lected in respect of parsonage houses, i  The following accounts were ordered j  paid: i  FAMOUS people^  ___.      RY  FANNIF   M  I.OTHROP   . ������������������___S_S_B&___1  You judge a pair of shoes  somewhat by the way they  look���������������������������perhaps you judge them  more by tlie way they feel, but  rest assured that if they do not  feel comfortable, the chances  are ten to one that they will  not look well. You cannot be  at peace with a shoe unless it  feels comfortable, and no shoe  can be comfortable unless it  fits.' If it fails to fit it will  soon lose shape, for you cannot be comfortable in a vice-^  the foot or the shoe must yield.  ���������������������������Now Ames-Holden Royal  Purple shoes for women embody just these features-  perfect fit, perfect style, and  with it the maximum measure  of full comfort, and that is  why so many women ask for  AMES-HOLDEN   SHOES  SZE5S___3  Work was resumed on the Bank of  .'Montreal building this week. The  ;plans   have    been   changed,    and thc  building  is  to    be  'pressed  brick,    and   finished with all  modern conveniences   and equipment.  j Miss Edith Johnson went to the  coast on -Monday, where she will  re-  ' main    until   school   begins, when she  iwill take up the work of teaching  in a public school near Revelstoke.  Miss     Johnson's    host   of   Enderby  ^friends". islfTrer  Board of Si ho -.1 Trustees 5335.00 ;  t;aiiK ul" Montreal, Deb. Loan No.  1 _5.00 j  A. Fulion. Waterworks Supplits  13i.i5 j  Enaui by Trading. Co., Supplies      3.50 :  A. K. Rogers Lumber Co., Lighting     19.S-0 '  A. Reeve . Stationery      '(.50  K. Blackburn,  Muvinjr Band Stand     lf.00 ;  _: J. .Mack. Draya_;_      _50 ���������������������������'  A. L. Lauhe ..., Draynjre rnd Livery      5.10 :  Tiie \Val_tr Press, 1 _ intinft" et<;      3.GO :  a   Single-Storv,   of    Ukanagan telephone Co:, Teiephione Rent.     3.00 '  Jas. i.c.Ualioi, 40 ;  Union of B.C. Municipalise a, Subscription.   10.00 ;  ������������������__���������������������������". Conrmr, '.axes ii funded     14.15 j  St. George's Chuich, Taxes relunded     17.S1 ;  Aid.  Evans  was    appointed  acting  mayor for two or three weeks in the  absence of Mayor Bell.  i    It   was   decided    to   purchase two  life-buoys at S3 each.  A-letter _.was__read,, from,Rev. .Dr..  work.  great success in her   _ ,.       ,,   ,   ���������������������������, ��������������������������� ..,.,. ���������������������������.,  Spencer,  suggesting that the Council  should    discuss   the    status    of    the  Enderby  merchants are proving  to   Hector traffic and its effect upon com-  their   patrons   that   they    can    give   merce as  well   as   upon    health and  them   better    goods,    and    at better   morals,   offering    to    send  a  speaker j  prices than  they    can  be bought for   "���������������������������'," ������������������-<-_i._  ������������������i��������������������������� _  nanor _.   . _.   __���������������������������_ !  at the mail order houses in the east,  and,  as a    result,   much of the business that previously went east is now  remaining" at home.  The wisdom of the City Council in  encouraging the opening of alleys between the business blocks, running  east and west, must be recognized by  all. Such alley ways would certainly  have a tendency to keep the business  streets in a much better condition,  and.would be a convenience to every  business house.  The Naramata Regatta Committee  has referred the disputed umpire's! Reference was made to the great  decision in the baseball game between ���������������������������'improvement in the general appear-  ��������������������������� Summerland and Enderby, to the | ancc 0f the town, and the convenience  sporting editor of the Vancouver Pro- -io owners and occupiers which would  vince, and his decision will be ac- 'enSue if similar action were taken  cepted  ns   final.   It   is hoped that a;in other blocks, and said he thought  ���������������������������that in any   case Where   the owners  | were willing to give up the necessary  who would give a paper at the next  meeting. ' Council expressed sympathy with the reform movement, and  filed the letter for future reference.  On motion of "Aid. Blanchard, sec."  by Aid. Evans, By-law 57, known as  a Curfew by-la\V, was read for the  first time. (The full text of the bylaw will be printed next week.)  The Mayor reported that needs had  now been obtained from all property,  owners interested in Block 14 ancl  Lot 3S for a strip IC feet.wide, for  the purpose of making a public lane  of that width completely through the  block from George to Belvedere street  game between these clubs will be ar  ranged  for September 5th.  land   to    open  a   lane    through    the  block, the city would be prepared to  defraying   the cost of the  Wm. H. Hutchison has built a store  front on his Belvedere carriage shop,  and will place in stock a full line of j assist by  harness and other supplies. Mr. Hut- j transfer,  cllison reports a splendid business in  carriages, wagons, ancl farm implements. Horses are brought in to ! to set forth the arrangements made  him barefooted, and he shods them, between Mrs. Sewell and the City in  fits them out with harness and rig, i reference to carrying on the Cottage  :and everybody goes home happy. Hospital.  The clerk   was   instructed   to prepare  a rough  draft of an  agreement  _______ _Ui .������������������������������������tlt,_U*i>o������������������  A1A THOMAS  UPTON  The Herchant Prince of  England  The first time that Sir Thomas Lipton came to America was in 1SG5 as  a stowawav in an old-fashioned little tramp steamer, and when the vessel  neared port he was busily engaged in shoveling coal into the furnaces. The  latest time was in 1903, when a whole nation held him in honor as a valiant  and true sportsman, making his third brave but vain attempt to take a silver  cup back to England. On this occasion he lived like a prince on his steamer  "Erin " surrounded by his fleet of thirty-three boats���������������������������steamers, houseboats,  barges; tugs, cruisers, steam launches, gigs, jolly boats and dingies���������������������������maintained at his expense and manned by over two hundred men.  Sir Thomas was born in Ireland, but spent his early years in Scotland;  his education was a hurried, unconventional, picked-up variety, and at fifteen,  with rosy dreams, lie ran away from home, smuggled himself into a steamer  ancl came to New York. His eight dollars did not last long, and after working  in the rice fields'of South Carolina, driving a street car in New Orleans, canvassing for a cravon portrait concern, stealing rides on freight cars, ancl making a day-by-day living as best he could, went back two years later to Glasgow,  empty of purse' but rich in experience. . ���������������������������_,,.-_._.,���������������������������   ,  The prodigal was received with open arms, and with ������������������100 of his fathers  savings, he opened a little meat and provision store. He introduced American  ideas, worked, as ha says, "twenty-five hours a day," and advertised to. the  limit of his ingenuity. One day, seven of the leanest, gauntest, hungriest men  in the kingdom paraded the town in Indian file, bearing on their backs the  legend: "We are going to Lipton's." Next day, seven of the fattest men that  could be found, walked the streets proclaiming in large letters: "We have  been to Lipton's,"   Meanwhile, the proprietor slept under the counter.  This little shop in High street was the beginning of Lipton's 500 stores  throughout England, his fruit farms in Kent, bakeries in Glasgow, the greatest tea plantations in the world in Ceylon, his curing factories in Liverpool,  his candv manufactory in London, his fruit trees in Georgia, and his other  vast industries, giving employment to ten thousand people, and having made  for their owner a fortune of $50,000,000 and an income of $7.50 a minute.  He gave ������������������25,000 for the Jubilee Memorial dinner to the poor of London, and his check seemed little to him when his eyes filled with tears at the  sight of 310,000 poor people eating as his guests."* Not till later did the world  learn that it was his gift; for the only thing he never advertises is his charity.  Kate rcJ accord Ine to Act of the Parliament of Canid*. In .the y _r 1KH. by W. C. Mac . at the Department of Agric ui.u.e.  ir /  ?_/i  Thursday, August 18, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  STEADY,  THERE !  I remember when a boy  How I used to just enjoy  Hiding with old-Deacon Hill  When he used to drive to mill.  Skittish nag the deacon druv,  For he had a kind of love  For a good free-actin' colt;  0And he'd keep an easy holt  On the reins, and when she'd shy  He'd just drawl, so kind of dry,  "There, there,   colt !   Now, now,  tearin' !  No use cuttin' up an' rarin'.  Just keep right down in the road.  No use frettin' at the load,  Steady pull's not half so wearin'.  There,   there,   colt !     Now, now,  tearin'!  no  no  Years' ago that boyhood day ;  Colt and deacon's passed away.  I ain't young's I used" to be,  By a good deal; no, sirree !  Coltish then I must allow,  Well broke into harness now,  'Cept when things go wrong, then I  Want to rip and tear and shy.  Then inside me, kind' if still,  Seem to r ar old Deacon Hill :  "There, there, boy !    Now, now, no  tearin'!  No use. cuttin' up and rarin'.  Just keep cool an' peg away,  Do the best you can each day;  Just keep patient and forbearin'.  There, there,   boy !      Now, now, no  tearin'!  ���������������������������R.Seaver, in Youth's Companion.  An Old, Old Story  Mayor Bell before the convention of  B. C. Municipalities, 1908:  "Other instances could be quoted of  law breaking, and I submit,  is not all  this an unfortunate state of affairs that  law-and order is so constantly and indecently ' broken in  this   enlightened  country?   It' is not "only unfortunate,  - _biit most serious, because disregard for  -any one law  has a tendency to lead to  disregard  for all  laws.   And history,  as well as our own observation, "tells us  plainly-that in  the individual,   in the  community;- and in the national life the  natural consequence of law  breaking  is more  law  breaking:  and when  we  .lightly esteem one .law it follows  that  we- less, diligently try to obey any of  our laws.   And if, from fear of consequences, we do not break the letter  of  "other laws, in heart we do not respect  them.   And, to put it briefly, we are  the   poorer in integrity by our neg-  lect'of law enforcement. "-  ." Noxious weed by-law signed by Mayor Bell, and in force in Enderby:  "Every owner, ��������������������������� lessee, occupier -or  other person having charge of any land  on which noxious weeds are growing,  shall pull "up, "cut down or otherwise  destroy all such weeds before they shall  have come to flower."  Streets in Enderby:  .  w   eed -s  w.e   s   we  dee   s   w  w eeeeds  s d ede e w  w   eeee d s  Aiesee e d  weeeee e d s  seeewds s-s-s  weeeeeeeeds  eweeeee ds  'noxious weeds  d   weee   e  eee   d   w  d d   e   s  _e w e e d s  we e  d s  we s e e d  ewedde  e e eds eeds  weeeeeeds  we   s   e   s  w eeee d s  weedy weeds  m  BRILLIANT REASONING.  An attack has been made upon  aviation by the Catholic Universe  the official organ of Catholicism  in Ohio. Under the editorial  caption, "Those who exalt themselves," the paper says:  "The craze for dirigible ba-  loons and airships should be legally restricted., We do not think  that the Creator intended that  man should inhabit the air or to  fly like birds, else he would  have furnished him with wings.  The numerous deaths that have  occurred from the attempts to fly  should warn man that his habitation and home is on the earth. To  get wings, "Seek first the Kingdom of God and his Justice and  take the Commandments for  your daily. chart and guide." ..���������������������������  Brilliant!   In stage parlance,  this would be called a scream !  For Sale���������������������������One milch cow,' one No.3  Sharpel's Cream Separator, one platform weighing scales (almost new, of  2,00-pounds    capacity.)     Wm.  Mack,  1  For YOUR OWN BENEFT as well as  ours, we ask you to make a trial of this  most PERFECTLY milled bread flour, and  you'll always bake the most inviting bread  -yes, bread that is a CREDIT to you and  a real-DELICACY to- the- partaker.- All  representative grocers sell it.  THECOLUMBIA FLOURING.MILLS CO, Ltd. Enderby  Who has never used Hoffiers Best  CITY OF ENDERBY  DELINQUENT TAX SALE  N ._.?___ h!Leby fe_re _ tha_ by 9r _;r of the Corporation of the City of Enderby a public sale wl 11  m    _h__ ___ .__������������������__ *"ed_ "- lhe C _*_** i FndeLb _ on the 10th da* of Sept ______ 1910 at I p  m., when the lands hereunder described will be sold by auct on, in order to recover taxes delinquent and subsequentj taxes in arrear'. levied upon the said lands, together with interes./cwtS and  charges, unless the aaid taxes, interest, costi and charges are sooner paid��������������������������� "ll������������������r������������������*t, costs ana  Name of Person Asseeaed  * -    . ���������������������������  Fiett, Peter/,.....,..;,....  Ro ea er, P   Description of Lands  Lot  S. _ ,18  15  Block  12  5  Registered Map  211A  211B  Amount of  Taxes &  Interest  Costa &  Charges  *3.87  8.50  $2.44  2.43  Total.  $11.31  10.93  A $125  Typewriter  for 17c Day!  OVER 68 YEARS'  PERIENCE  Dated at the City Hall, Enderdy, this 15th day of August, 1910.  '''     ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������' .'"��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� GRAHAM ROSOMAN. Collector.  ��������������������������� iftSr_.ve yf?rs of incorporation, only two delinquent properties  m Enderby.   One of these, the owner has disappeared; the other  the assessed owner claims to have sold to somebody but does not  remember whom.     A peculiar predicament.    But what a record '  Trade Ma_k������������������  Designs  Copyrights Aa  Aayone lending a sketch and description may       '     *       ���������������������������������������������_���������������������������-  7 patentable.  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CI-APTO l\\-(Cc_t'_i)
These tall men, Ihey have thc
best of their more huicbly built
brethren on occasion; ihey ean
.Iway.s luok down into a woman's
eyes when they are love-making.
Though .she may say ihem nay, they
achieve a last glimpse of Elysium
oven in their rejection.
He towers high above the pas-
f.eis-by. Upright as a dart, decp-
c'iics.ed,   and   thin-Hanked,   Caspar
talking the  whole    evening,   while
i 1 lartha  had   been   constrained    to
j solace herself by listening   to   tho
monotonous click  of her ows knit-
i ting-needles,    tf ever there was a
| damsel    whose    tongue    protested
' against want of employment it was
; Martha.    She had a specialty   for
��������� conversation, and.    quick,   shrewd-
! wilted as she    was.   'would    havc
i carried on a monologue with a cretin  sooner than have allowed that
I iricpressihle  member   to    rust for
want of employment.
I'or  a   Lime  she     respected    her
.. .,; mistress' silence, trusting that shc
diawi  g   horsclt     up  Lo     her     tulJ|wouk, b    cun,miincd    to spc:lk 0f
height.     "What do  you   think?    I
f. ar  they'd  deem  mc  wan Ling
.jlv.     love affair before long.    Mar-
-,.������  | tha's experience told her that a girl
and    ag.-wn    her laugmng  m|,st k of sn(jh matter to sorne.
Ziminermann is a fine specimen < f
manhood. He carries his height
easily, there is nothing clumsy in
-his powerful frame. His bold,
frank, open face is somewhat clouded just now, and it is in somewhat do if?
jealous tones,   he asks,���������
"And you, Gredel, what think
you of this gay captain 1"
"He's a courteous gentleman
enough���������full of compliments .nd
gallant speeches, like most of his
"To which like a very woman
you love 'to listen," retorted Caspar angrily.
"J would rather be spoke fair
than foul any day," i-cplicd thc
t'lrl, smiling; "and as 1 was sot-
born deaf, I must even submit ro
hear what's said to   me."
"It would seem Lhat it needs
small pressure on your father's
part to incline you to give Captain
von Hompesch a hearing," said the
young man, bitterly.
"Nay, not so/' -cried Lhc girl
earnestly. "I do but mock lhat
jealousy you affect. In your heavt
Captain von Hompesch causes you
little uneasiness. Is it not so?
-You- would not surely do me so
much wrong as to say otherwise,"
ai.u .Lhc blue eyes gazed truthfully
and eagerly inlo hcr lover's face
for an answer to her question.
"No, my darling;' I'd set my
life on  vour  truth and constancy,
rang out musically on Lhc night
" 'Tis no subject to jest on, girl,"
retorted her lover testily. "Crimpers of men may likely become
kidnappers of women."
"Nonsense, Caspar, these soldiers want no women fur their marching a'-d marauding work. It is you
thar stand  most in danger."
"I:" shouted Caspar Zimmov-
mann.     "1  like  that; ha,   ha,  ha!
body,   and  she knew  Lhat she was
dec]) in  GredcFs confidence.
At last Lhc silence grew morc
than she could bear, so with a sharp
click of her knitting-needles, she
suddenly exclaimed with an arch
'' 'Too many lovers wil  puzzle n, I
maid/ quoth Lhc old ballad.    That
may be if the maid be foolish, but!
i'or my  part. 'I've never bad more
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"I have  one 1 could    well spare1        1;,   ,
,,        ,.   , ...     , ,   ,       , .     x _.. _. i a i e I iK cj
you,     replied Gredel, laughing;    it |
..'hub. you think I canuot take cave   than I could well do with.'
of my self in the good town of Zwei-
and suddenly    seizing    his   _   ^      _,.,._���������_, __^  .��������� ,
sweetheart round    the  waist,    tho f ^  ^."ino^taw  to" hand 'him j
y.ung gia- t    lifted  her from    the   0Y(J.. to y<nu_ j
"You  have no    more    than you j
need,"  retorted Martha.    "One to j
indulge and onc to torment.    One!
how      dare j Lu i,c|ic wjt}, wj,eil -tjs all sunshine,!
"Put  moioud another to bear the foul wca-j
ground, and exclaimed, "Bo I look
a man to be'-pressed against his
"Caspar,     Caspar,
you?"   cried the    gir
.down  this    instant,  or    I'll  never j tj1er 0f your temper" |
speak to you again." As her feet j "Then" you think wc all need j
touched the r-ouncl. the old mock- ��������� ^v0 v>       " j
ing spirit relumed to her, and mi-j "Aye, if we can come by them, j
nucking his former speech she said j .\iy\ there are those amongst us can'
gravely. "'Tis no subject to jest! t]L. with m re. though the more the!
en, s:r.   Hans Kolpstock was a pro-1 fish the worse the catch   has been j
. ofltimes  said of angling husbands.;
\ye,  but  Hans were  ever free   ���������������������������j,,, a pity you don't fancy Captain j
von Hompesch, for I am well paid j
to sing his praises in your ear."     |
"You, Martha?" exclaimed   Gre-'j
dc-i,  rising.    "By whom?" j
"That's my secret, but mark you, ;
Gredel.   this gallant captain  is in j
'Golden Eagle' these   three   years
to small account."
"But, Martha, what do you suspect of Captain von Hompesch?
Docs he mean harm to Caspar?"
"Well, his love to y;u bodes no
good to   Caspar   at   all events.   I
don't know what to think.       But,
Gredel, I would have you cautious
in your dealings with  thc captain.
Believe me, neither he nor his men
are likely to stand at anything that
may  serve their purposes.    I havc
taken their  money, and    let   that
lying sergeant suppose that he has
bought me.    You couldn't    believe!
that of  mc,    Gredel,  could you 1" J
and Martha looked a little anxious-j
ly into her mistress's face. {
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"No, Martha," replied the girl,
smiling, and taking thc chambermaid's hands ���������in he_s, "you have
been Loo staunch a friend thcso
three years to let me think you
could play be false now."
(To be continued.)
Many think they have the faith
that is ready lo die when they have
only the fanaticism that is anxious
to kill.
Newspaper Interviewer���������"Is it
tiue, sir, that you started life as a
poor plough-boy?" Successful
Merchant���������"No, sir; I started life
as a small, red-faced, yelling baby 1
Gcod day,   sir \"
with the wine ������cup, and wont to
stoop to the lure of the first light
o' love Lhat blinked her eye at
"Well, 1 don't believe these tales
of men carried    off    against   their
will,"   retorted    Gredel,    as    they i earnest 'bout nis wooing."
paused  at    the    archway    of    the ] ��������� <<j   presum6    s0,"  retorted
Eagle."        ;"Tis    like'
but things are working askew just
ii< w. I feel as if my plane were running against Lhe grain of thc wood.
A year ago only, and your father
vas willing that f should wed you
c>. soon as my business was a little
mere extended. Now, though my
craft- thrives bravely, he gives me
cold looks and scant welcome."
Gredel laid her little hand upon
Iiis arm. find it was in soft, low
pleading tones (hat  she  replied,���������
"Be but patient, Caspar. Bear
;_ mind lhat if hi.s head is turned
vith this idea of his daughter becoming a lady, mine is not. Dear
father, he loves mc much, although
he mistakes the way to make mc
'���������'Jl  is   all   ve.-y   well    to   say be
~j i: ft hi rftT^t. red &.=^BTrt^_=-g-i'e w-^i Hi
enough Hans grew valiant in his
cups, and made a bargain he repents- of. Nay, come in, Caspar,
you'll not meet my father to-night,
he- sups with thi burgomaster, and
they'll hardly separate this hour
yet'; besides, I have work for you.
The hinge of my knitting-box has
got loosened, and you must put
it straight for mc."
Caspar foil .wed his'mistress into
the big pa-)_r of thc "Golden Eagle/' w)["_>c they found only Martha, industriously knitting.
"Good evening. He it Zimmcr-
niann," shc exclaimed, smiling.
"I should have felt easier had I
known that Gredel was in your
"And who else should be taking
cure of her, pray?" asked Caspar.
"No one. by rights, but when you
are bachelor to the prettiest- girl in
Zweidorf, Hcrr Zimmermann, if you
neglect your duties your post is
soon filled."
Here it is,  Caspar,"  exclaimed
girl, with a toss of her head. "But j
what is it you mean?"   - j
"When in _ buy the. maid, they;
commonly mean mischief to thc !
mistress," " replied Martha scnten-.
tiously. "'I think this gay captain !
likely to hold everything fair in the j
prosecution of his suit." j
"You dream!" replied Gredel;}
but shc continued laughing, "what \
service do you mean to render io j
your new master !" j
"T mean to cake all I can get, !
and tell what lies may serve my \
turn. If that be not chamber- i
maid's law. then I have served the ;
easy.    They say there arc weapons j ;.;1L.  broken    knitting-box    in    her
in   Cupid's  armory    that
have    it
fit not
honest men's heads. .1 have heard
these soldier gallants have stock .of
v. il.s we plain burghers know not
*>[ "
" -'Twuiild be a trick worth know-
in.a that should make a maiden say
'.Vis. when her will said No," cried
(iredc-1.   laughing;    - - ....
"Tush : I fear nd thai, Gredel.
.I.ul there, arc strange stories afloat
about these recruiting gentry, j canii' over her pretty face as she
_lurir_ of likely men decoyed across recalled her lover's outbreak of in-
1 'io frontier find made take service ��������� eipionl jealousy.      Very dear    hael
hand.      "Vou'Il  let   mc
again soon,  won't you?"
"Ves, to-morrow; and now goodnight, sweetheart. I'll not run the
risk of meeting your father longer," and having pressed his lips
to her cheek and nodded farewell to
Martha, Caspar took his departure.
.eating herself in the - window,
Gredel fell into sweet meditation
upon  hcr  past    evening.    A   smile
nis i <���������_
whether they will or no. They
Jlaiis  KlnpMn. I;,    the    mason,,
been  mining lhe.se  ten days.    Tlw
<:oiiit,"il  sh'Milel  irake  inquiry,   and
rid  the   town <if  .-ueh   .crniiu  if   it
he true."
"Vou fire hard on Lhem, J think.
Caspar: suiely they molest no man
against hi;> will."
"They take advantage nf Ids
lu.'i.es.bilios:. or hold liim to the rash
words he babbled in his cups." replied Zimmerman.
"I have heard it so whispered.
But father says those Zweidorf has
>:. lost fire of a kind Zweidorf can
veil spare. But it gets late. I inusl.
go  homo,   Caspar."
They erosseel  the road find strolled on towards Lhe market-place injcoided 1
siiencc, broken at last by Zimmermann.
"Gredel," he said, ���������'promise me
r> _ to go outside the gates nor
abroad, except by day, unless 1 am
with .vou."
thai been tu the girl. It hael prov-
the sinceritv of Caspar's pa������-
m .ii, and enabled hor to gratify
woman's natural proclivity to
tease. Few women could have resisted the temptation under such
circumstances. Then she fell to
thinking over their talk about the
kidnapping th.'it. Caspar said was
rumored to have lakcc place. .Idle
gossip the thought, anel she could
,:<>l refrain from a triumphant Hill., laugh as she pictured tu herself
such an attempt ou Caspar himself, Caspar, who was strong
! enouuh to almost pick up an ordinary man in either hand. Then she
re-lleeted a little ruefully on tho
cold reception her father now ac-
coieled her lover, anel how persistent he was iu advocating the Baron
vou Moinpeseh's claims. .But she
consoled herself with the recollection that her father loved her very
dearly, and that she could not be
married  w'thouf her own  consent,
_ y Clever Prescription Which Can
Bo Filled at Any Drug
"Why Caspar/' laughed the girl,
morrilv,   "they    won I el    never take
hc  had
i.ie Lo carry a gun.    Besides, report| namely,
lias it  this    King of    Prussia li
sjoleliers:.    Slop." said   Urexh
t\ itli an impcnnii.. ..lamp ol
tie foot.   "hook,   sir!"  she
her lit-
alter all." So renewing a vow that
mado   more    than   once,
in marry no one but Cas-
_imniorniann, Gredel once more
eH   tolorablv    comfortable    about
es i j .> \- _nnni
!11 ��������������� future prospects.
I. it all   this was extreme
v  hare
No Need to bc Thin Now as li .ports
Sh cnr^Th i s~Ste tlio <l=i*;f-
Pcople who are very thin and
scrawny ought not to be so. Undoubtedly they are morc subject to
disease and contagions than the
normally fleshy. Thinness is usually accompanied by weakness, anel
weakness subject,1, any one to colds,
coughs, consumption, pneumonia,
etc. Jt has been discovered, almost by accident, that tincture ca-
domene, when combined in a pre-
sciiption with proper aceelerative
medicines, becomes onc of the most
valuable, effective and reliable nutritive or flesh making medicines
known to science. Jf is especially
beneficial lo men and women between thc ages of sixteen anel lifty-
five, who from lack of proper nerve
force and digestion, remain undeveloped in body, limbs, arms and
bust. A well rounded symmetrical
figure in man oi woman indicate
health, magnetism, stamina and
The reader who wishes to add
from ten to forty pounds should not
fail to begin with this valuable prescription :
First, obtain of any well stocked
druggist, three ounces of essence of
pepsin and three ounces of syrup of
rhubarb in an 8 oz. bottle. Then
add one ounce compound essence
careliol. Shake ancl let stand two
hours. Then add one ounce tincture
cadomenc compound (not cardamom). Shako well and take ono
teaspoonful before each meal, ono
after each meal. Drink plenty of
water between meals and when retiring. Keep up this treatment regularly and of a certainty from one
to three pounds will be added to
the. weight each week, and the general health   will also imporve.
HeKenzie Mine at Elk Lake
Has Started Bagging Ore
Successful Operations at the Mine Which Make
the Property a Coming Shipper.
_ ELK CITY, May 4.-\Vith thc opening of navigation, which is now in full
swing, thc greatest of activity prevails
at the various mines and prospects in
this vicinity and the city is rapidly
recovering from thc recent tires.
Thc district is likely to become another Cobalt and the veins run to
depth with values. Among the shippers and properties bagging ore are
tlie Luckx Oodfrcr, thc Borland-
Thompson, the Devlin and the Moose
Horn mines. :'
The Jifoose Horn mine put in n t new
plant this spring and are now sinking
a winze nt the 125-l'oot level on s>��������� vein
which has shown values from the
In tho midst of the mines is the
McKenzie, a gron_> of five properties
on which work was begun last Jan-
nary. They have been fortunate from
tlie start and soon hope to rank with
the shippers.
The engineer in charge, Mr. Harry
McMaster, reports that thc vein on
location 816 of tin. company's group
at a deptli of 50 feet continued steadily the whole distance and showed freo
nil ver all the way with the exception
of four feet. Several hundred feet of
stripping has already been done, reuniting in thc discovery of two additional veins, one of which is 7 inches wide, cutting at an angle of sis
degrees. It is the intention to continue this shaft to the 75 or 100 foot
level, then drift to the McKenzie vein,
, where the new 7 inch vein crosscf. Mr.
McMaster states tliat in his opinion
tliis week will result iu the placing of
the value of the mine beyond question.
The necessary buildings have, now all
been erected, including bunk house,
cooking camp, manager's dwelling,
blacksmith shop, powder" house, and
the necessary machinery is being installed. _ good wagon road has been
built from the main road which parallels the road from  _lk Lake.
The McKenzie company arc in a very
fortunate position, owning a group of
five properties which have been thoroughly' tested. Six assays made from
Uic veins on v.hich the company are
now working line shown results of
from 400 ounces of silver up as high
as 15,000 ounces to the ton.
This company is under good management, and it is the opinion of the engineer in charge and those who have
seen the property tnat it should be
brought to the shipping stage in a
very short time,'u00 pounds of good ore
having been bagged by May 1, and tho
work in this regard being pushed rapidly   from   day   to  day.
Application is being made to list this
Stock on the New York Curb.
The Transfer Agents are Tho Trusts
and Guarantee Company of Toronto
and'thc Guarantee Security and Transfer   Company  of  New  York.
I am offering 50,000 Shares of this
Stock at 25c. per share, subject to
prior sale. Write or wire me your
subscription   at once.
Manning Arcade
If only women knew what a
" A lady came into my store lately and said :
" 'I have been using a New Perfection Oil Cook-Stove all winter
in my apartment.    I want one now for my summer home.   I think
these "oil stoves are wonderful,
comfort they are, they would all have
onc. I spoke about my stove to a lot
of my friends, and they were aston- "
ished. They thought that there was
smell and smoke from an oil stove, and
that it heated a room just like any other
stove. 1 told them of my experience,
and one after another they got one, and
now, not one of them would give hers
up for five times its cost.' "
The lady who said this had thought
an oil Gtove was all right for quickly
heating milk for a baby, or boiling a
kettle of watcr, or to make coffee
quickly in the morning, but she never
dreamed of using it for difficult or
heavy cooking.    Now���������she knows.
Do you really appreciate what a New
Perfection Oil CooU-Stove means to you ? No
more coal to carry, no more comine to the
dinner tabic so tired out that you can't cat.
Junt light a Perfection Stove and immediately
the heat from an intense blue flame shoots
up tn the bottom of pot, kettle or oven. But
the room Isn't heated. There is no .moke, no
smell, no outside heat, no drudgery in the
kitchen where one of these stoves is used.
Hetv Perj���������eito_t
' WI������_ ���������__ ������. I_U 1ECJE _^&_f_3$
It has a Cabinet Top with a shelf for keeping plates and food hot. Tho
nickel finish, with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes the stove ornamental
and attractive. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the 2 and 3-burncr stoves
can bc had with or without Cabinet.
Every dealer everywhere ; if not at yours, write for Dcccriptlva Circular
to thc nearest agency of the
The Imperial Oil Company,
Limited. ��������������������������� "*.*;**.   y-* v_  </  WHY BACKS ACHE  The Kidneys Seldom to Blame-  Tie Trouble Due to Blood .  ' Impurities  There is more no 11 sense talked  about backache than any other disease. Sonic people have been frightened into the belief that every  backache   means     deadly    kidney  HOME. 1  _l_ __ _!_ _k_fc__t _k_K__!__.__. _H  ^* ^ctcttc*vJ__^*H_.<__9  WITH APPLES.  Nothing in all our varied and  fascinating range of frails holds  thc quality of the apple. A ripe,  vaw apple at its best is digested in  eighty-five minutes,  and thc malic  E^_S^__2__  _<  4  .__.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.) -_V.il v..J  -J _-{,..������������������,;        ..   ,   ���������������������������        ..._...._���������������������������*.., ....._ v..~        .-..-.   trouble.   That is utter rubbish. As (acid, which gives it its distinctive  * matter of scientific fact not one character, 'stimulates tho liver, as  backache in twenty has anything to  .0 with tho kidneys.     Most backaches come   from    sheer weakness  nnd kidney    drugs   can't possible  cure lhat.   You need something to  brace you  up and    give you   new  strength and that is cxactlv what  Dr.  Williams'   Pink Pills  will  do.  Other backaches arc really muscular rheumatism, and Dr. Williams'  Tink Pills have   cured    the worst  cases of rheumatism by driving the  poisonous acid out    of the blood.  Other backaches aro the symptoms  of ordinary ailments such as influenza, indigestion, constipation and  liver complaint.    In  women backaches often come from the troubles  I that follow so surely on any weakness or irregularity in   the usual  jblood supply.   The onc way to cure  these backaches is to strike at the  root of the trouble with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, which enrich the  blootUand bring strength to aching  backs and weak nerves.   Mr. Alex.  ,Cockburn, Deloraine, Man.,  says:  ���������������������������"'About three'years ago I suffered  .terribly from backache.    I consulted a doctor and took his medicine,  'and wore a plaster, but did not get  ithe least relief.   Then I got a belt,  'but- this was as useless as the other  treatment,   and  my   suffering   still  'cor .t-'nued.   Then one o������������������ my friends  asked me why I did  not try   Dr.  '"Williams' Pink Pills, and T got a  box.     -Before they  were all  used  there was some improvement in my  condition and I got    three  boxes  more.      By thc time I had taken  these all the signs of the pain had  . gone, and  as it has not since returned I feel that the cure is permanent.    My only regret is that I  did not hear of Dr. Williams' Pink  ���������������������������Pills sooner,, for not only would i  have got  rid of "tho pain  sooner,  'but 'would also    have saved somo  twenty-five dollars'uselessly  spent  in other treatments."  .   Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold  by all dealers in medicine or may  ,bc had by mail  at 50 cents a box  ���������������������������or six boxes for $2.50 from' The Dr.  /Williams'    Medicino   Co.,   Brockville, Ont.  CAKM  MOST PERFECT MADE  si_'ts    digestion    and    neutralizes  much noxious matter, which, if not  eliminated,    produces    skin   eruptions.,   The morc fruit wc add to  our dietary  thc clearer the brain  and  skin wc are    likely to havc.  "An apple a day keeps the doctor  away."    So    runs the   old adage,  and certainly a   plentiful    use of continuously.    Serve the snow   at  them will save many a dose of nau-  once in custard glasses, sticking a  sccus medicine.     An  apple eaten  few strips of angelica or'chcrry in  before   breakfast 'has  a beneficial the top of each glass to give it a  effec't upon  the   co'mplexion,   and  pretty touch of color,  for those subject to biliousness it      Apple   Souffle.���������������������������Two  pounds  of  is w rth a trial.    Apples are like good cooking apples, four eggs, six  bread.   We may want a change of heaping tablespoonfuls sugar,  one  kind, but    bread itself we   never lemon, half a cupful of cream, one  tire of.   And we arc always on the heaping    tablespoonful    powdered  outlook for something   to add to gelatine,   two tablespoonfuls boil  the list o'f our apple recipes.    In  ing water, red coloring, two cloves,  a  roasted s'tate apples are whole- ore inch of cinnamon and half a  some and strengthening to a weak cupful of cold  wa'ter.    Peel, core  stomach.      In    malignant    fevers,  and slice the apples. ������������������ut them into  when used  with the    juice of  le- a  saucepan with    the cold water,  mens and currants, they are con-  giated  rind  of  the  lemon,  clove's  sidered efficacious.       ^ ,     and cinnamon.    Stew these gently.  Apple Omelet.���������������������������Peel, core and until the apples, are soft. Then re-  slice a pound of apples. Stew them move the cloves and cinnamon, and  with just enough water to keep *'"b the fruit through a hair or  them from burning. When soft &"c wire sieve. Separate the  beat to a smooth nulp with a fork, yelks from-the whites of the eggs.  Add to it two. tablespoonfuls of su- Put t'he former in a basin with the  gar, a dust of powdered cinnamon sugar and stand the basin oyer a  and two teaspoonfuls of lemon saucepan of boiling water. , Beat  juice. Cool a little, then stir in the the eggs and sugar till they are  well-beaten yolks of three eggs, thick and ropy. Do not let the  Beat well. Fold in thc stiffly beatl water boil after the first few min-  en whites of 'the eggs. Take an utes. When, thi _ egg mixture is  omelet pan, butter it thickly. Make quite thick, lift it off the saucepan  very hot over the fire. Pour in the and continue to b.at\_iil the mix-  mixture. Cook over- the fire for ture feels quite cold. Dissolve the  three minutes;.then put the pan in- gelatine in the boiling water, and  to a fairly quick oven till it feels strain it into the apple puree. Mix  firm and spongy when pressed, and these with the sugar and yolks,  is, a.delicate brown. It may take Stir in very lightly the stiffly*beat-  five'or eight minutes. Fold oven0" whites and lastly the whipped  and serve- at once on  a hot plat-  _. .. w  ��������������������������� Has been Canada's favorite I  (Yeast over a quarter of a  century. Enough for 5 cts  to produce 50 large loaves  of fine, wholesome, nourishing, home-made bread.  Do not experiment���������������������������there  is nothing "just as good."  E. W. CILLETT CO. LTD.  ���������������������������..     , TORONTO, ONT.  Winnipeg Montrea'  Awarded highejt honor, at  L__  li  'mm  _p*s  No. 2.  all Expo:  ionors 1  isitions.  then stick the shreds of almonds all  over the apple's. A dish much patronized by our grandmothers.  Apple and Fig Jam.���������������������������Wipe the  apples or wash them if necessary, |-  take off the s'talks; and cut them .in  two, but do not pare or core tliera,  and put them into an enameled  saucepan with sufficient cold water  co cover them. Cook slowly until  they are soft and pulpy, then pour  into a jelly bag and allow to  strain. Wash some figs well and  cut each into four, or six pieces;  put these into a 'saucepan with two  cupfuls uf cold water and simmer  slowly until they are quite soft.  Allow one pound of figs to every  four pints o'f'the apple juice. When  the figs are cold put them into a  saucepan with the apple juice and  sugar, in the proportion of" one  pound to a pint of juice. Boil the  jam" until it jellies, then divide it  into jars. If prefered, a little  whole ginger may "be added for  flavoring.  the fire; and if they do,, will bur_  without flame. It is astonishing  that this simple precaution is ������������������o  rarely adopted.      ' ���������������������������      ���������������������������  S'fJ'llu.!.  :>Jy~^  _#  \r  \IGHER  THE LAUNDRY.  - Kitchen Soap. ��������������������������� Ten pounds  grease (saved drippings) melted not  too hot and poured into an old "tin  ���������������������������clothes boiler. Two cans lye dissolved in 'two quarts of hot "water,  slowly'stin .d into the hot grease.  Stir constantly one and' one-half  hcurs. towards the last adding two  W-  APP ETIZING DTSHES.  , Hard Gingerbread.���������������������������One cupful  ,of sugar, o_e cupful of molasses,  ���������������������������two-thirds of a.cup of butter, two-  thirds of a cup of sour milk or but-  . tcrmilk,- two tca'sp.on. als of ginger, two teaspoonfuls of s-xla. flour  (t. roll." Roll thin and bake in quick  1 oven.-  Fruit     Sandwiches.���������������������������Choo ��������������������������� ooe  ���������������������������pound each    of    raisins, figs, ..uJ   dates, _n.ix._and-x.voi. _t__-r_ivt.ii 1 e  pour a wine glass of orange jni-je,  cf  .'and spread between ihi-   slices  !buttered bread.  Banana Salad.���������������������������Put h-.lf box of  . gelatin in ono cupful of cold water  ,and let dissolve.' Then add two  .cupfuls of boiling watcr, sec on  (stove until all is dissolved, add one  cup ofsugar, after which take ,-rT.  ...Slico.six bananas.in.same.and pour  ,in a dish to cool.   Serve with whio-  IKid cream.  i   Cara'mel    Filling.���������������������������Two    cupfuls  .  brown sugar,  one teaspoonful    <f  .flair rubbed well in sugar, butter  ,si_r> of a walnut,   one-half cup of  cream'.      Boil    all    together    util  pw,.xy.    Flavor with vanilla.  1   Rice Croquets.���������������������������Put over the lire  iu a double boiler a pint of milk  and half a cupful    of picked over  and washed rice.   Cook until thick,  add the yolks of two egg-s.  halt! a  'teosp onful of salt, and two table-  spoonful's of sugar.    Remove from  ihe fire,   then   beat until  smooth.,  adding half a l_a_poonfiil of vanilla, or Mie grated yellow rind of half  a lemon.   A bay leaf boiled in the  rite and milk and removed as soon  as a slight flavor is given adds to  the daintiness of 'seasuning. Spread  all  on a-flat ���������������������������dish and when cold  form  in cork  shape,   dip    in  egg,  then in crumbs and cook in  deep  boiling fat.   This will make twelve  ordinary sized croquets.    .   ,  THE WHITE MAN'S TENDENCY  China is trying to raise another  loan. In this way, at least, she  shows the effects of civilization.  ter  Apple Dumpling.���������������������������This is  'made  with    suet    pastry,  and   thc   apples    are cored,    peeled   and cut  across in thin slices.. Sifco two cup-  _uls of flour into a basin,  rub   a  quarter of a pound of finely chopped suet into ft, then add one teaspoonful   of baking-   powder, one  teaspoonful of 'sugar . and half   a  teaspoonful o'f salt.    Add  enough  cold  watcr gradually    to    make a  stift  paste.    Roll out the  pastry,  and line a buttered pudding mold  with it; put in half of the fruit,  then sugar to sweeten and the rest  of the apples.   Cover with a'round  of the pastry,   wet the  edges and  press well together.   Cover with a  buttered  paper and  steam' steadily for three hours.    Turn out and  servo with hot milk.  Apple   Snow.���������������������������Six  large  apples,  ^he-w-hitcs-of-=si-x=--eggS|=-fou ratable  cream. Color it if desired, very de-1 tablespoonfiils-'borax.    Empty into  licately wi|th red coloring.     Have nana" !'"'"J  u���������������������������  --J    - ���������������������������-''  ready a china or plate soufflee mold  spoonfuls of sugar, one lemon, a  few scrips of angelica or a few preserved cherries. Peel ancl core  th? apples, then stew them until  tender with a little watcr. Next  rub'lhem through a sieve. When  the pulp is cold add to it'the strained lemon juice and thc sugar. Beat  up thc whites vcry stiffly, then add  them-lightly- to-the apple pulp,-a  vith a band of paper tied round it  on the outside, so thatit stands up  above the edge of the' mold about  two inches in height. ' Pour in the  mixture directly i't is mixed, or it  will, begin to set in , the basin.  Leave it till cold, then untie and  chaw off the paper band. Decorate  the tip with a design in whipped  cream, or it may be sprinkled  with chopped pistachio nuts and  cocoar.nt.    Serve in the mold.  Apple Hedgehog.���������������������������Six large baking    apples, three    tablespoonfuls  brown sugar, two ounces' of sweet  almonds,  red    currant    jelly,  the  rind  of half a  lemon,  two' cloves.  Peel, core    and    slice the apples,  stew them until they are soft with  the sugar, lemon rind, cloves and  a very little water.   Then take out  _!..-__ nd-a nd-cl 0 ve sf-a n d=n-u b=.he  apples through a    sieve.     Blanch  the almonds and cut them lengthways into  thick sherds.      Arrange  the apple pulp in a pretty dish to  look as much the shape of a hedgehog as possible.    Stamp out 'three  round  pieces of  red currant jelly  about thc size of a fifty-cent piece,  arrange these    down'the    middle,  be-rendered almost uninflammable,  paper lined, box and within four  hours' time, before.it gets too silod,  <'ui into'twenty-five pound bars.  Care of  Flatirons.���������������������������When  ' flat-  irens are not in use keep each-one  tied up in a tight fitting woolen'bag  or old stocking top.   This prevents  them    from    becoming    rusty    or  rough.    .Rub  them occasionally on  'a  piece  of cedar when   ironing to j  keep the starch from sticking. The!  odor  is agreeable  and it will not!  discolor the most delicate fabric."   |  _ Incombustible Dresses.���������������������������By putting  an ounce of alum  or sal ammoniac in the last water in  which  muslins  or cottons are  rinsed,  or  a similar quantity in the starch in!  which they are stiffened,  they will)  Consider the higher real estate  value of well painted buildings,  compared with unpainted ones.  Don't postpone painting ���������������������������  every day does its damage and  piles up costs for repairs.   3������������������^.  MartiijlSenour  j j? Paint  Is the cheapest. ' Absolutely pure  |.and unadulterated, it wears best,  looks better and goes further, gallon for gallon, than any other paint  at any price, rwnaflt. ip   11      ������������������  , Ifuodaeided whichpalnttbnie.write  oa todar for tha nam* of our dtakr  oearwt you-aak him about tha written  guarantee that backs erary claim wa  make for our paint���������������������������a guaraatca that  actually protects you. .-������������������,������������������_*������������������_..  .Don't experiment when certainty  costs but a few cents more. There'* a  Afarfr'n oenour Paint for every purpose���������������������������  for house, barn, windmill, pump _ w������������������sr-  od. carriage, cultivator and plow-paint  for wood and paint for Iron���������������������������the best  that ekill and money can produce.  ��������������������������� If your dealer cannot supply you,  notify us and we will gladly direct you  to where our paints are to be had. .,-_*.  , ^  Decline AU Substitutes  ______        Write for illustrated  |>o6klot. "Home  t ��������������������������� Beautiful," and  interesting1 color  card.  Frca for  the asking.  HaMartio-SeoourCo.  ���������������������������U__tD  Montreal  Pioneers Pure Paint  A flayon/iar used the name as lemon or Tanffltb  ������������������/ mssoj.lag granulated sugar in watcr and  adding Hspleine, a delicious syrup is made snf  a ������������������j-nap better than maple.   Maple ine is sold bf  N^^grMeri-^lf-not-send^-fcc-J-oe^bottle^Bnl  recipe book. .Cre<cSnf_M(g, Co., Seattle. Wa  tablespoonful    at a time,   beating or at least will with difliculty take  School of Mining  A COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE,  Affiliated to Queen's University,  KINGSTON,   ONT.  For Calendar of the School  and  further infor-  - mation, app'y to tbe Secretary,"School of Mining,"  Kingston, Ont.  a  Mining and Metallurgy.  Chemistry and Mineralogy.  Mineralogy and Geology.  Chemical Engineering.  Civil Engineering.  Mechanical Engineering,  Electrical Engineering.  Biology.and Public Health.'  Power Development.  Between two evils it's better for  ft" woman, to marry a man who  chews tobacco rather than one who  i_ always chewing tho rag.  FAIRBANKS-MORSE   GASOLINE   ENGINES  Portable Horizontal  "Screen Tank" Outfit  The cut illustrates another Fairbanks-Morse outfit devolopod for the farm trade,  especially   suited   for  Thrcshinu,   Sawing Wood and General Farm Power.  Tho cooling device consists of a fine screen placed over tlio storage tank slanting toward caoh side as shown. The hot watcr from tho engine trickles slowly  down tlio screens, and in this way is exposed to the cooling effect of thc air. This  arrangement provides a highly efficient outfit, that for steady, economical running cannot bo beaten.  Bach outfit is complete with necessary accessories ready to run.  The Canadian Fairbanks  Co., Limited  M a.NTR'EAE:  ....    .. . . .        . .**_:..-____  Branches: Tor. nto, St, John, N.B., Winnipeg.  Calgary, Vancouver.  ������������������_&  Horizontal Screen Tank Outfit.  Sizes  10, 12, 15,  20, 25 ITorsc-Powor  fr���������������������������IB���������������������������10  W. P. Co. Coupon.  The Canadian Fairbanks Co,, Ltd.  Send me your Free Catalogue, C. E. 106, showing full line Farm Engines,  Easy  Payments  to  Farmers.  Name   ......     >  Address  I THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  We have just received  a lot of  New  iture  and have more coming  C-OC������������������0_<>C-D_><>_K>CWD_<>_M>0_>00-0  Lowest Prices in the  Valley  <>CKK>CH}_-_<KX>0 OOOOOOOOOOO  For the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,    Rugs   and    Mats.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer nnd Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  Thursday, August 18, 191U  What and When to Shoot  Under the Game Act of 1910  Writing Pads  Black Bordered  Note Paper and Envelopes  Fountain Pens  Choice ones for the Ladies  Inks  Pen Nibs and Pen Holders  SCHOOL SUPPLIES  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Bnderhy  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Door _, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Scr������������������ en  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  -to-an-y^sizer  Cock pheasants may be shot in the  GowicHan electoral district" between  1st October and 31st December, both  days inclusive.  In the Island electoral district, except the municipality of North Saan-  ich, between 1st October and 31st  October, both days inclusive.  No pheasant shooting is allowed in  any other part of the province.  Grouse of all kinds may be shot on  Vancouver Island, the islands adjacent thereto, and thc Islands electoral district, between 15th September  and 31st December, both days inclusive, with the exception of willow  grouse in the Cowichan electoral district.  Blue and willow grouse in tbe Richmond, Dewdney, Delta, Chilliwack,  and in that portion of Comox electoral districts on the mainland and  islands adjacent thereto, on Texada  Island, and in that portion of Kent,  municipality situate ia Yale electoral  district, between the 15th October  and 31st December, both days inclusive.  All kinds of grouse in tbe Fernie  and Cranbrook electoral districts  may be shot only during the.month  of October.  Blue and willow grouse and ptarmigan may be shot throughout the remainder of the mainland between 1st  September and 31st December, both  days inclusibe.  Quail may be shot in the Cowichan  Esquimalt, Saanich and Islands electoral districts, between 1st October  and 31st December, both days inclusive.  Prairie chicken may be shot throughout the province during the month of  October.  Ducks, geese and snipe may. be shot  throughout the mainland and the  islands adjacent thereto, between 1st  September and 28th February, both  days inclusive.  Ducks of all kinds and snipe may  be shot on Vancouver Island and  islands adjacent thereto, and in the  Islands " electoral district, between  15th September, 1910, and 28th February, 1911, both days inclusive, and  geese at any time.  Columbian or coast deer may be  shot on Vancouver island, the adjacent islands, and the Islands electoral  district, between September 15th and  December 15th, both days inclusive.  Throughout the remainder of thc province, except the .Queen Charlotte is-I  lands, they may be shot between 1st  September and 15th December, both  days inclusive. j  Wapiti are not allowed to be shot  anywhere in- the province.  Sale of Game���������������������������Columbian or coast  deer may be sold on the mainland  only between September 1st and November 15th, both days inclusive.  Ducks, geese and snipe may be sold  throughout the province during the  months of October and November  only.  THE OKANAGAN. ROAD  Speaking at Kamloops recently,  Premier McBride said that he had  been in conference with. D. D. Mann,  vice-president of the Canadian Northern railway, and that overtures  were made by Mr. Mann looking to  the further extension of the company's lines in this province both on  the island and the mainland.  "The company," said the premier,  "will build branches into the Okanagan and the Kootenay. The question of granting aid to the building of the' branches and extensions  will in all livelihood be- dealt with at  the next legislature.  "The people of Kamloops need have  no anxiety as to the building of the  branch in which they are particularly  interested. The Okanagan branch  will be. one of the most important  feeders of the system and will be the  first considered by the Company."  Later, in addressing the Council,  Premier McBride said: "I am in a  position to state positively that the  Canadian Northern Company intends  to commence construction both east  and west from Kamloops, and that  within a few months work will begin  on the Okanagan branch."  AUTOMOBILE ROADS EAST  The Kon. Thos. Taylor, in a recent address delivered at Nanaimo,  said that his department had, taken  over the trunk roads throughout the  province and he was looking very  closely into their needs. He had  lately made trips through the interior of the province, and intended to  go to the eastern boundary of the  province with good roads, and there  meet the Alberta roads. Eventually,  the minister said, there will be good  automobile roads right thro'ugh to  Winnipeg and further east.  For Sale���������������������������A Homer lady's bicycle.  Price, $15. Apply Arthur Emeny, or  wheel may be seen at the office of the  Walker Press.  Jockeying in business is a thing of  the past.  _aft_____a___j___.  I represent S.   C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  John  S.  Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderfajr  Having added a cement brick machine to nxj cement plant, I am now  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  GNET  We can   still show  the Goods  Some  prime   stall-fed  beef  on  cut at the present time  Our  Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  RE-BUILT TYPEWRITERS FOR  SALE���������������������������At immensely reduced prices,  we are offering all makes of re-built  standard typewriters for sale. These  machines are in perfect condition,  having been re-built in our own workshop, by the most expert workmen in  the city. Send for price list. The  Oliver Typewriter Agency, 321 Homer  St., Vancouver, B. C, P.O. Box 1481.  The McClary Magnet Wood Furnace has a fire-box opening  that admits the largest chunks of wood with ease���������������������������wide,  deep, generous in size as the Magnet is in quality of material  and workmanship. The wide opening saves you work,  because you can use wood that you would have to saw and  split to get through the narrow, shallow fire-box openings of  ordinary wood furnaces.  Instead of making the fuel  fit^the^doorpthe" Magnet  door is made to fit the fuel.  It is just as easy to get  the ashes out of a Magnet  as it is to put fuel in;  because the opening of the  ashpit is just as generous  as the fire-box opening.  You can get at the farthest corner and remove the  ashes with ease and speed  ���������������������������no turning and twisting; no trouble nor inconvenience. These two advantages are good reasons  why you ought to use a  Magnet. The McClary  agent in the nearest town  will welcome the chance  to give you many more.  Write to the nearest McClary branch for booklet.  613  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary.  For Sale by A. FULTON, Enderby  :  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  _��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-_��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� *yi  Boys' Suits at Cost  Come in and satisfy yourself.   Let us show you. T  Shoe Sale Now On  Bargains in every line���������������������������Ladies', Men's and Children's  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������_������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_������������������������������������������������������  I  Satisfying our Clothing  Customers  Is very largely, if  not wholly, due to  the excellence of  the Clothing we  handle and the  care exercised in  selecting and fitting. Our business in the Men's  Clothing Department has shown a  phenomenal    in-  ���������������������������, -,     D  cfease-and still  I nese are the Best  it grows. on the Market  POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  (���������������������������;  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities.. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves ������������������ost  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  (lore's Yours  Fall and Winter 1910  styles are ready in Semi-  Ready Tailoring. Yes, indeed���������������������������the brand-new fabric-styles for the coming  season.  A great number of beautiful patterns .to choose  from.  Prices from $18.00 upward���������������������������made to your own  individual measurements.  Have a look.  Walter   Robinson  CASH GROCER  Dogs can   thrive   on   bones better  !than a woman can on unkind words.  Uniform  Grades  AND GOOD MILL WORK  in lumber will  Reduce the Cost of  Building your  Home  more than BAD lumber at  cheaper prices. First Cost  is by no means the final cost.  Figure it out and you will  buy your lumber of���������������������������  A.R.Rogers Lumber  Company, Ltd.  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  .   )\  i  Jl  .A  _


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