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 L_ ���������������������������"  'A  Enderby, B. C,  September 8, 1910  AND      WALKER'S      WEE  KLY  Vol. 3; No. 27; Whole No. 132  , i-  _< -  \1-  The Town and District  and the Moving of the People  Mrs. H. W. Keith " entertained at  cards Tuesday evening.  J. H. Hooper and family left on  Tuesday for Vancouver.  We regret to report the serious illness of Mrs. Jas. Evans.  Mrs. A. SutcliSe entertained a large  party of friends last Thursday eve.  "  The bachelor boys gave 'another enjoyable dance in K. P. hall last evening.  .. Mrs. H. N. Hendrickson left on a  visit to her. Dakota heme Wednesday  afternoon.  Thc C. P. R. is establishing a prc-  cooling, plant at Summerland to Lan-  dlc the peach crop.  The Enderby Trading Co. will hold  their fall millinery opening, next  Thursday, Sept. 15th.   .    . ;"  The annual Government shoot- is  now billedj for Wednesday; Sept. 14th,  at the .Euderby-range.  H. Crane left for his Victoria home  on Tuesday, after a few weeks-spent  in Enderby and vicinity. ���������������������������  day Sunday and most of the day  Monday, and they returned wet, wise,  weary and wow-ish.-  The crying need of the Okanagan  Valley is railroads���������������������������and more railroads. The S. & 0. cannot handle  the traffic now,* and what will it do  next year when the fruit orchards  which have not yet matured come into bearing?  Reserved scats for "The"Manxman"  will he on sale Friday, Sept. 16th.  This' dramatization of Hall Cainc's  great book, will be the "classiest"  dramatic production  appeared in Enderby.  Thursday, Sept. 22nd  Herbert Teece- left  Guelph, Ont., where  two-years' course in the Agricultural  College'. The friends of Herbert will  wish him great success in his studies.  His sturdy qualities and studious  nature, should assist-materially in his  advance. '"   j "-   .   . -   '���������������������������'  An Italian tried to save a hand car  Reported by Commissioner Metcalfe  made which I only noticed last week; l Ffllit Mallet   Conditions  after I had sent out most of the  prize lists. The date should read,  Sept. 22nd and 23rd."  Mr. J. J. Warren, president of the  Kettle Valley railroad, passed down  the Valley to Penticton on Monday.  Mr. Warren goes to Penticton to go  over the work of locating the line'into Penticton with Mr! McCullough,  engineer of the system, who has just  come over the proposed route from  Merritt. "We have surveys into Penticton from both the south-cast and  Calgary, Aug. 22.���������������������������Jobbers here report quotations higher for prunes and  other varieties of fruits. Do not  look for very low prices on fruit this  season now. Plunket & Savage, jobbers here, stated prices were firmer  for all fruits. At present time have  three carloads rolling from J. S.  Perry from North Yakima on consignment,, but stated they . would  north-west," said Mr. Warren, in a maintain prices on the above cars, as  recent interview.   "But we have never j ifc is goocl stock and market Is bare.  linked them together, and this work  will now   be   done."   "If wc can get  They further   stated   did not anticipate any lower prices this season on  that   ever has  It will appear  on Tuesday for  he will take a  ly. as ordered.    Pack   and grade the  best; use   standard   packages "of the*  best quality - to   be   obtained.   Pick,  fruit greener.   Our-growers and'ship-"  pcrs are generally   allowing fruit.to  get over-ripe before picking for ship-'  ping long distances.   Jobbers want'it  green, to hold up and distribute, out -  to, rural points. _,  HUPEL  STAGE   LINE OPENED-,  The first stage over the Mabel Lake  stage route, running from Enderby to  Enderby Friday,  the necessary heavy timbers and crib j any variety of fruit as was indicated   HuPel,  came in to  work    into   Penticton   this fall," he   by the'early   June   "reports of heavy^and   returned   on   Saturday.    "Mike  continued, "we "will   commence work  crop from American and other points "Hupcl .himself    handled the ribbons,  on the building   of   our wharf,"   Ee-      Edmonton, Aug. 24.���������������������������Agent Domin-  yrrdsiion Express Co. here and dealers'" re  garding   the   construction   of  and roundhouses in  -Warren stated that these would be  built to take care of locomotives and  cars as ' soon as' construction -work  was "far enough advanced.  Penticton, , Mr. ; port   blackberries   arriving   in   good  Traffic from Enderby to Hupel-has  increased enormously this year, and  the outlook for   a" still greater vol-  condition,\but   supply   "very short of  ume of business is bright.   The next  2_>CX  Weather   permitting,' the   Enderby  from a collision with the work train,  " *'" "*{������������������_Tuesday morning, and-  the1."track'in"front of'the  band will;give a concert to-morrow,  __-(Friday) . evening, .from "the _baiid  '���������������������������    stand.  The' weeds have been cut along  some of the. streets this week,' and the  general appearance of the streets improved.  Mrs. Thos. Keith, after a visit ol  ten days with Dr. and Mrs. H. W.  Keith, returned to her Sacramento,  Cal., home last Thursday.  J. H. Carson, wife and family returned from Calgary on Wednesday,  and have taken up their residence on  their homestead on Deep Creek.  Work will continue all winter on  the Kettle Valley railway out of  Merritt. The first 30 miles of this  road will be running a year from October.  Poultrymen desiring to get space in  =^the=-coming^=-poultr-y-=-show^prize--listr  will find it to their advantage to get  their copy   in   before   the 20th September.  Druggist Reeves has placed upon  his bookshelves an extensive line of  the latest fiction, in paper binding  and also standard cloth. Call and  see the latest books.  A meeting of the young men will be  held on Thursday evening, Sept. 8th,  in the Methodist Sunday School  room, at 9 p.m., for the purpose of  organizing an athletic club.  Mr. Lucas, who recently purchased  thc Jas. Dale place on the Endcrby-  Salmon Arm road, left for Calgary  this week, and will return witli his  stock and effects in a short time.  A meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary will be held In the City Hall  this (Thursday) afternoon at 3  to consider hospital business and  hear the report of the collecting committees.  The A. R. Rogers Company is establishing its logging camps. Two  will be in operation this week, and  others .will commence the season's  logging as soon as they can be established.  Some prize lists of the Armstrong  and Spallumcheen Agricultural Society have gone out bearing the dates  of Sept. 23-24, which should be Thursday and Friday, the 22nd and 23rd of  September.  ' A hunting party of 15 .went to  Mabel Lake to spend Sunday and  Monday (Labor   Day).   It rained all  nea_  '__���������������������������'' ���������������������������***.-  fell" atff'oss  .if"' -"  worlr train, and- was cut in two-  He  was buried on Wednesday, Mr. J. C.  English officiating in the absence of  Mr. Holtby.  ���������������������������     ;     ���������������������������  At the-meeting of the City Council  Wednesday evening it was "decided to  accept Surveyor William's road line  fronting the Moffet property as final  and to negotiate with Mr.'Moffet for  the purchase of 15  feet  of his 'road  PRO BONO PUBLICO  "' ������������������_������������������><__v������������������_5^_z__:  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir: .The thought just "conies  to-me that it would be a good stunt  for.a dozen or,- more of the Enderby  million-heirs to get together and  form a' company and get a first-class  covered rink built. -    '' _" '  A real comfortable rink would afford our young people the best' kind  of exercise they could get- for the  winter at^less   cost   than 'any other  frontage along the Salmon Arm road, exercise that- caii bc.supplied them,  Mr. Teece agreeing to "co-operate with when we consider thc. amount of ex-  the city in the negotiations.  There is on exhibition at the office  of the-Walker Press, a bunch of  Early Campbell grapes, that would  compare favorably with the grapes  from the California vineyards, both  in size of bunch, uniformity of grapes  and"flav6rr"Th"ese=p_^_s^wefe=grown"  in the open in the garden of B. J.  Carlson, on Railroad street, Enderby  and   indicates   what   can be done in  raising grapes in this district.  Okanagan Lake is a very busy locality this month; The fruit crop is  a mammoth one, compared with former years; prices are high, demand  firm and the quality of the fruit tlie  best. Canneries are running full  time at Kelowna, Peachland and  Summerland taking care of the overripe fruit. As an indication of the  enormous increase in the yield over  former years, the record of Summer-  land may be quoted. Last year but  few trees, comparatively speaking,  had come into bearing, and the output was 10 carloads. This year it is  estimated that the output will run  near the 100-carload mark.  At the meeting of the Northern  Okanagan Poultry Association last  Wednesday it was decided to put up  a valuable silver cup to be competed  for by members of the association at  the Armstrong Agricultural Exdibi-  tion to be held on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 22-23, the cup to be won  three consecutive times before becoming the property of the winner, and  to be competed for each year. Mr.  L. W. Patten, secretary of the Armstrong & Spallumcheen Agricultural  Society, says in acknowledging receipt of the Association's offer to  contribute the cup: "I beg to thank  the Association for cup. In reference  to date of our   fair,   a mistake was  ercise skating gives, and it is an innocent amusement, and free from the  objections that "dancing and other j  such.questionable amusements afford.  Then it is not only amusement and  exercise for the young pcople, but  many of us who are.getting on to  -the=three-score=^c"an=^stiil"^chj6y^__d'  benefit by skating.  Thc winter is drawing near, and it  is prophesied that it will bc a long  one, and Enderby should have a first-  class rink. It would bc worth thc  price as an advertisement to the  town.  Thc best people of the town should  take this matter up and thus see that  thc games that are played are played  fair.  A real good rink that would have a  blameless name in every way would  be a good thing for our people, as  well as a good investment, when wc  consider the advertisement it would  be for the place.  Yours, S.  POLSON.  P. S.���������������������������Just think! A season ticket  for one person would cost about thc  same as a livery rig would cost for  an afternoon. Then if the rink be  put in a handy place, it would come  in good and handy for many necessary purposes during the other seasons of the year.  demand. B.' C. large fruits arc in  evidence everywhere on these markets  now. ' ���������������������������'_--.  Jobber, here complain of the diffl-  culty of obtaining, fruit, from the  growers and shippers in B. C. They  state pur" growers do not appear-;.6'  know-what varieties"/ andQuantities  they have or date of being ready, for  shipment, and fail to ship on -dates  when ordered..  Battleford, Aug. 26.���������������������������Express agent  Canadian Northern '. here- reports no  blackberries this season to date,' and  strawberries and raspberries in very  limited quantities; were shipped ih by  jobbing houses, Saskatoon and Edmonton. But he reported large quantities of other fruits came in by express and by local freight to this  point from Winnipeg, Saskatoon and  Edmonton.  Thc following are thc freight rates  on car-loads from points on Sicamous & Okanagan branch and all  points on the Okabagan Lake, including Penticton, to Battleford: Apples =and=_pears,���������������������������miRimum-24T000-=lbs7  per 100 lbs, 95c; other mixed fruits,  minimum 20,000 lbs., per 100 lbs,  $1.28. Car-loads of mixed fruits and  vegetables,   minimum   24,000 pounds,  thing ..these settlers will ask for. is a;  public school.   They have more than  the required number, of children, -and  should have - no' difficulty- in getting ,  it.   The" regular   run-bof   the. Hupel.:  stage will leave Hupel. Friday- at;?��������������������������� a.  m. /and., returning -willUeave-. Enderby,;  at. l'*3r.\ __.."��������������������������� on"3Saturday.J-Thc f are'Ts"  ������������������������������������������������������       .___.   _, _v * ���������������������������<���������������������������_.���������������������������*  .2.. If, enough _ people go up on Saturday and wish to return on Monday  Mr. Hupel will ' make the extra trip,  and return on Tuesday.  c _  GRAND PRAIRIE HAPPY  ORIENTAL BAZAAR  In St. George's parish hall, on thc  afternoon and evening of Wednesday,  Sept. 14th, the Willing Workers will  hold a sale of Japanese novelties,  useful and ornamental. Tea in  dainty cups will be served by young  ladies in Japanese costume. The  price of a cup of tea (including thc  cup and saucer) will be 25c. Fish  pond for .children. Tea served from  3 to 9 p. m.  can be shipped, each commodity taking its own rate, but such mixed carloads must contain not less than 10,-  000 pounds of fruit���������������������������apples or pears.  To summarize: Thc wholesale fn.it  "mcii generally report a greater scarcity of fruit than was anticipated in  the earlier part of the season from  reports received at various times  from American shipping points. In  past seasons jobbers in these provinces here drew heavily on Washington, Idaho, and Oregon for their  fruit supply and these states responded freely to their demands; wholesalers claiming not being able to obtain any appreciable quantity from  B. C. to present date.  This year, however, Southern Minnesota, Southern Dakota, Iowa,  ���������������������������and the Northwestern part of Wisconsin have no fruit, and they now  draw on the Pacific Coast states for  their supplies, and are relieving our  markets here in a measure of their  fruits. Last season at this time  Iowa was shipping into Winnipeg 2,-  000 barrels of apples per week; now  Iowa is buying her apples. Reports  from Ontario grow worse as the season advances. Nova Scotia reports  the worst crop in years. With these  facts in view, I would advise our  growers and shippers to hold firm to  present prices quoted, but push sales  energetically and move fruit prompt-  Reports   from   Grand Prairie state  that"  the . land ' in    that district -is .  changing hands    rapidly,   and"   it is  rumored   that   the    big colonization  company which recently took options '  on most of the   available properties  some time ago,   is   now closing the.'  bargain.       The   telephone line from "  Kamloops   is   now   in the course of"  construction, and the old-timers who^  have waited long and patiently for a  boom, are now in. very happy mood.'' "  TRINITY VALLEY ROAD  ^    Work is being pushed towards Enderby on this road from the Trinity  Valley end, and settlers are taking up  all the available land along the,  route of the road. We saw a letter  from the Department of the Interior  recently, wliich said that there was  the-possibility -of -the--Department  cutting all homesteads in this territory to 20 acres, with the privilege  of buying the adjoining 20 acres.  ORDER IN COUNCIL  At .he Evccutivo Council Chamber. Victoria,  Tuesday, thc 23rd day of August. 1910. Present: His Honor The Lieutenant-Governor in  Council.  On the recommendation of the Honorable thc  Attorney-General and under the provisions of Gl  Victoria, chapter 21. 1898, the "Game V O ection  Act", and Amendment Act..  His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor of British  Columbia, by snd with the advice of his Executive  Council, doth order as follows:���������������������������  That thc regulation under thc said Act made  by.Order in Council No. G54, dated August. 3, 1910  provided that thu "disabilitiesas to to the shooting  of thc Columbia Sharp-Tailed Grous���������������������������, commonly  known as 'Prairio Chicken', shall be removed  throughout tha Province from.the first day of  October, 1910, to the 31st day of October. 1910,  both daya inclusive," be and is hereby amended by  inserting after thc word 'Province', therein, the  words 'except in the Yale, Kamloopi and Okanagan electoral Districts'.  HENRY ESSON YOUNG,  Clerk, Executive Council.  Apples Wanted���������������������������Choice apples and  pears for District Exhibits. Highest  price given. Apply for directions for  gathering, &c, to George Lawes,  Enderby. ������������������������������������������������������*  .Or, THE RAISES OF ZWEIDbWV  CHAPTER Vl.-(Cont'd)  "Tut, tub, girl, 'don't bo so pert;  This Captain would fain make a  lady ot you. I insist on it that you  treat him with courtesy."  "Let him ask no more than  courtesy, and hc shall have uo  cause to complain,'' retorted Gredel, now thoroughly aroused for  battle.  "And if he should ask more, why  can't you answer him 'Yes' like a  reasonable woman'-"  "You forget, father," replied the  g'.vl proudly, "that I pledged my  tioth to Caspar with your full consent."  "Bah!" retorted Hcrr Sydow,  as he fidgeted about the room,  speaking more at his daughter than  Lo her. "Some nonsense there was  between you as children, bub what  l.is that to do with to-day? The  'Golden Eagle' v/as but a sickly  bnd in those times. Now," he continued, as his voice swelled with  elation, "hc is strong of wing andj  sleek of plumage. No house inj  5_ vcidorf does a better business.  I look for a better match for  thee, Gredel, than I could havo  hoped for then. Herr Svdow's  daughter is mat������������������ for something  more than a master carpenter  new."  "And you would have your  daughter break her plighted troth  because wc arc richer than when  she gave it. Father, you cannot  surely counsel mo that."  "Hold your peace, child/'' cried  _3:dow, irritably, the more irritably because he was arguing against  his conscience; "as if man was  r.evcr jilted before, or a wench never got over her girlhood's fancy.  You shall have no consent of mine  to .wed Caspar Zinimcrmann."  "And I'll never yield my own  t.o wed anyone else," retorted tlie  giil  promptly.  "Obstinate hussy!" exclaimed  her father, "bub here conies thc  captain. Mind vou -treat him  civilly."  The innkeeper had dropped    his  voice as hc uttered the last words,  and they had barely passed his lips'  before   Von   Hompesch  was in  tho'  roci ..    Fo advanced in  his ..ecus-1  to med negligent    manner   towards'  Gredel, and with a profound reverence presented    hcr with    a handsome bouquet of roses.  ".[ lingered to  procure you these  flowers/-' hc  said    with    a    smile;  "some of them would   deck    yourj  }iair bravely." {  "Thanks." replied the girl, as she.  bit her lips,   "ihey are   very  lovely."    'She disliked  taking anything  .fiom.-his-.hand but.kne_'___not .well  su_   was  warranted  in   taking    his  ...  I that you fed my love with encouragement. By. the way, you don't  suppose I shall permit you to marry  the carpenter."  "I don't see that'your permission  is in the least requisite," exclaimed  Gredel contemptuously. "What  right have you to interfere with  my    marriage.      What power,., to  prevent it1?" ���������������������������   ' '..  "As your intended husband,  remarked the captin suavely, "I  shall' naturally have something to  say., to that ceremony. As for my  .ewer, time will show; but I am  not likely to let the carpenter stand  in my way."  "You would not do harm to  Caspar?" cried the girl eagerly.  "I!    oh.   dear   no.    He is more  words  as serious.    "Tush! child,  he continued, "let fall this cloak of        _..    ���������������������������._, _.  sweet humility,  and lay your hand ��������������������������� likely to receive  injury   'from you  in  mine as token that I am an ac- hands than mine."  cepted  lover."  "You carrv vour humor somewhat far," "replied Gredel hesitatingly. "I might deem you in  earnest, and not bc counted vain.  She was,.determined that there  should be no doubt about the sincerity of his offer before she dealt  with it. This mocking soldier  shculd not retort hc did but jest  when shc should say him nay.  "You wrong ine," hc replied.  "Iu very truth, fair Gredel, I ask  you to be my wife."  "And in very truth I must decline the honor," replied thc girl,  haughtily. "I am already betrothed." .  "Ah! something of that kind 1  did hear." retorted Von Hompesch,  coolly. "But I hold such promises  of small account, By the way, ho  must be somewhat of a laggard in  love, or thc priest had joined your  hands these months past,"  Gredcl's eyes Hashed as. she exclaimed indignantly, "He's no such  thing ! If my father would but give  consent, Caspar would bc quick  enough to take me."  "Tho more reason that I should  persevere in my suit." said the  captain, setting himself comfortably in his chair, "since Caspar  might lead you into infraction of  the fifth commandment."  "But when I tell you that I love  him," cried the girl.  "I recommend you to forget  him," interposed Von Hompesch.  "My sweet Gredel, you cannot  throw yourself away upon a mere  carpenter."  "Mv station is no higher than  hit  }icv.  to refuse upon the present occasion.  "Magnificent nosegay, truly,"  exclaimed hcr father somewhat  i.ompously. "1 did nob think such  jluwcrs could bo found in thc mar-'  jcet. But 1 am wanted in thc yard ;  ���������������������������f must bc gone, and leave Gredel  lo entertain you, Captain," and  chuckling ov. r his mo^lli-fins] .lrenl  ruse, .1 _ipa Sydow  vanished.  "J'll ask lio better entertainment than lo bask in the light of  j.cur eyes, niy sweet Gredel," said  Von llmnpcsch, as he .seated liiin-  helf.  "Sir, you mock me," replied the  i;iil indignantly.  "I muck you! Heaven forfend.  Have I not been at, your feel, these  .six weeks? Do I nob hang upon  ���������������������������your words? Do 1 nut live only  jn hope of one day calling yuu  mine?"  At last Von 'Hompesch had apparently spoken definitely, bub1  even now his manner half belied  his tongue. His easy insolent assurance made Gredel still doubtful whether to treat his speech, (is  uttered in earnest or as the language of idle compliment.  "You do but jest, sir, when you  talk thus," she replied at last. "I  am po 'match for such as vou. ft  needs that you choose a wife more  fitted to your station than thc innkeeper's daughter."  "By heavens! you would adorn  any station," exclaimed Von Hompesch, triumphantly. He deemed  that the modesty of Gredcl's reply  was 'but thc prelude to her yielding to his addresses, instead of being dictated is if was by her not  feeling quit! certain as to whether  "You are one of those,"' re  thc captain, "so dowered by nature  that men forget to ask from whence  they spring. When wc admire the  rcsc, wc seek not to learn in what  soil its roots bc planted."  There was a mixture of mockery  and passion in his speech, that-  made thc blood surge hotly through  Gredcl's veins, and she stamped hcr  little foot upon thc floor as she  en'cd passionately,  "I will wed Caspar Zinimcrmann  ,. .d none other! "Tis as well you  should know it."  "There you are mistaken, Gredel," observed thc captain, with  thc utmost sang fro id. "I'm not  one who swerve from my purpose  lightly. Caspar Ziinmcrmann had  host take heed how he crosses love  of  mine."  _i. \ nd-v.u u_.tl link .lLc.ricd_Uie_.girl,  "Injury from mc! I do not  understand you."  "Well," said Von Hompesch,  playing carelessly with his sword-  knot, "if you will encourage him  to entertain hopes of your hand, it  wili be necessary to disabuse his  mind on that point, and he may  take harm under thc operation."  "Ah!" cried Gredel, stung to  madness by tho cool mockery of  hev tormentor, "I havc heard that,  you Prussian soldiers arc not over  scrupulous, but our magistrates in,  Zweidorf bear with no infringement  of thc laws," and as shc spoke sho  reared hcr head defiantly, and  locked her adversary straight in thc  face.  A low laugh escaped the captain  as hc answered,  "Who talks of infringement of  the laws? not I. Herr Zimmerman may go bankrupt, quit tho  town, or change his mind; who  knows? Men, like women, are  unstable in their affections  times."  "Caspar   inconstant,   never:  stake my life upon his truth,  not- believe that of him."  "Of course i.ot. Infinite credulity is a beautiful characteristic of  first love," retorted the captain as  his lip curled. ,,  "I'll   listen   to you   no    more,  cried the girl passionately.    "Had  you  manhood vou    would cease to  torment me.    I have bid you go.  "Granted; but that's no guarantee you would not rather I stayed.  A woman's word should at times  be construed by inversion."  "I thank you for the hint, '  said  G-edcl,  rising;  "and now    I    bid  .  you stay, as your lack of courtesy  turneo 'nc.f.essil;atcs my. go*ng.    I'd sooner  "'   this    hand    were    cold   in     death  than'you should slip    ring on  its  finger." .  ' And sweeping past him with erect,  h'-ad and the proud bearing of a  princess,  Gredel left thc room.  " _ girl of some mettle, and  handsome to boot," soliloquised tho  captain, as he twirled his moustache  meditatively. "She piques mc,  too; presuming to prefer this car  at  I'd  I'll  ilashiiif  with  flushed    checks  and  "you  think,   working   Caspar  will   commend    you    to    my  eyes,  ];:��������������������������� nn  favor?"  "1 think," observed Von Hompesch quietly, and gazing at her  with undisguised admiration, "it  will add considerably to your  beauty, if one may judge by thc  way your eye������������������ sparkle at lhe mere  thought of" interference" with thc  Ciirpciit. r."  '���������������������������Vou are unmanly, ungenerous,  l,i tjiunl mc thus I" exclaimed  Giedel, as she sank inlo a chairaud  eve red her face with her hands._  "Hard words, hard words,"'said  Vou Hompesch meditatively, "and  all because I have lived too long  to believe that a woman's "'NV  must he essentially conclusive."  "But, sir. when I I ell yoi i_ that 1,  wil! none uf your love'.'" cried the  giri  vehemently.  "I can only answer," responded  the imperturbable captain, "that  yuu have it whether you will or no  --and so far you are fortunate. For  your sex are mighty capricious, and  want to-morrow, what they threw  away   to-day."  "i-Iow am I, to satisfy you that  vcur wooing is in vain?"  "My pretty Gredel, don't leap  t. unwarranted conclusion. It-will  be time enough tu declare it vain  when you are wedded lo another.  "And I'll not stay till then to  eail it so," retorted tlie girl angrily,  "but say now that it is vain as it  i.s  unwelcome."  Von Hompesch paused for a few  seconds, and then replied with the  utmost   coolness,���������������������������  "Only i know of what woman s  coquetry    is capable,   .1 would say  IS THINNESS  E/V1BARASSIN0 ?  Undoubtedly It is io Many a Maiden and Yoiilh���������������������������While Even Those  Well Along iu Years Prefer Well  Hounded Figures.  prescription Increases Weight.  A scrawny, gangling youth or  maiden is almost invariably slighted, overlooked or ridiculed in any  social gathering. There is something about a plump- or well proportioned figure which attracts not  only friendship, but love and adulation as well.  People witlf "a proper amount of  flesh arc favored in all walks of  life, while the thin are unblessed,  unwelcome and frequently miserable fur life. The difference lies in  the power of the digestive functions  ami the ability of thc blood and  nerves to absorb and distribute over  the body the nutrition extracted  from the food eaten.  The thin person is abnormal and  lacks thc .power to absorb and retain the flesh and fab elements  which the gastric juices in thc stomach and intestines should extract  or separate from all kinds of food  and chink.  A recent accidental discovery has  proven that tincture cadomene  when blended with certain other  drugs, will add from one to threo  pounds of flesh per week during  treatment, while thc general health  and strength also improves wonderfully.  Get in a half pint bottle, three  ounces of essence of pepsin and  three ounces of syrup of rhubarb;  then add onc ounce compound essence cardiol; shake and let stand  twu hours; then add ono ounco  tincture cadomene compound (not  caidamon). Shake well and take a  teaspoonful before and after meals,  drinking plenty of water between  m-.ah and when retiring.  I  _&  Clears the Brain and Builds Up the  Muscles. A Healthy, Economical  Substitute for Meat or Eggs  For dinner, serve biscuit smothered in creamed vegetables.   For breakfast or luncheon, cover biacuit with  seasonable fruit and add cream and sugar. It a delicious.  At your grocer'���������������������������, I3c ������������������ carton, two for 2Bc. JMO  "*%  pentcr to my noble self. Gad ! i������������������  wc were but in our own territory,  I'd make short work of Caspar  Zinimcrmann. But I think I havc  hit upon a device will serve my  turn all the same. Yes, friend  Zinimcrmann, your orders to leavo  Zweidorf are made out, did you'but  know it. Ha! Hcrr Sydow, mine  worthy host and prospective father-  in-law, 1 shall be charmed to spoil  a flask with you," cried Von Hompesch gaily, as the innkeeper bustled into the room.  "It shall be one of thc rarest,"  chuckled Papa Sydow. as he made  hi. wav to a low cupboard in a  corner'of the room. "We'll drink  to the wedding, right noble captain.  I need not ask how you sped in  your wooing," continued the innkeeper, with a slight tinge of anxiety in his tones. "Girls will lie a  little coy and timorous of giving  assent, you know."  "Gredel and I have not quite  come to an understanding as yet,"  replied the captain, calmly. "A  girl considers it- only right to make  seme little demur before she consigns an old lover to oblivion, just  as" a widow stipulates for some  slight delay ere she mates again.  They are hampered by the properties', these women, and think a certain amount of mourning for the  dead love necessary in both cases."  The captain was no fool, and  perfectly well aware that Gredel  had been most thoroughly in earnest in her rejection of his suit, but  that he counted little. He meant  to marry hcr, and had no misgivings about eventually succeeding.  He thought it best that Papa Sydow should imagine matters were  progressing. favorably between  them, because he felt that the innkeeper could bc relied on to .use  stei"1 compulsion towards his  daughter. It would be no easy task  tc persuade him to put greater  pressure upon Gredel than.he had  already done. Caspar Zimmermann  _r.ee out of thc way, and a construction put upon his; absence that  shculd arouse Gredcl's jealousy,  and Von Hompesch thought he  might win from hcr a reluctant  consent to a marriage with himself.  All this he felt quite competent to  accomplish. It was diflicult, ,no  doubt, but difficulties rather stimulated the captain, and his scheming brain had already hit upon, a  plot for thc translation of Caspar  to other parts.  "But," exclaimed Papa Sydow,  after a long pause, during which  Lhe wine had been duly tasted,  "you and Gredel are coming to an  understanding;  ch,   Captain?"  "Certainly," returned his guest  with thc utmost composure. "She  gave mc to. understand even now  that she could not bcar^ the sight  of me. Excellent wine this,..mine  host."  "Ah! I don't quite see. That  don't sound to me like satisfactory  progress," said Herr Sydow, somewhat anxiously.  The old man's foolish heart was  very much bent upon this match,  and yet he could not conceal from  himself that he was working in  direct opposition to the wishes of  the daughter he so loved, that he  wa-- not altogether acting well to  Caspar Zinimcrmann, and a nervous misgiving would cross his mind  at times as to whether he was indeed promoting the girl's happiness  bv his.present conduct.  ,'"Of course it is. A most favorable sign," returned thc_ captain,  as hc leisurely sipped his wine.  "She can't be expected to overcome  such aversion without seeing a good  deal of me. It was frank challenge  enough. When a girl tells you she  hates' you, Papa Sydow, you are  in a fair way to her good graces.  She takes some interest in you, at  all events, and that's the first step  to love. From hatred to love, or  vice versa, is but crossing tho roadway when you have to deal with a  woman."  The innkeeper was far from convinced by Von Hompesch's cynical  speech, but the latter, seeing that  he. had produced an unfavorable  iirpression, commenced an earnest  exposition of his views, and gradually brought the innkeeper round  '{,(. his own way of thinking.  "It takes time, Papa Sydow; it  takes time. We can't expect a  giil like Gredel to change her lover  all at once. A few weeks more and  she will be quite alive to the difference between a baron's lady and  a carpenter's wife."  (To bc continued.)  _._.  Handbags of black _ satin with  monograms and mountings of gold  arc used.  Among the handsome scarfs which  the season has brought forth are  some of crepe with hand painted  borders.  1/&tiy nave an uveriiraflw  Kitchen te Summer?  When the sultry days come and the coal range  makes the kitchen almost unbearable and cooking a  dreaded task, put out the range fire and try the  newest method of cooking in hot weather���������������������������use a  ^������������������ssa__*j_&^_^"  What a-contrast! The kitchen no longer 13  stifling hot. the work is now done with comfort, and  the housewife is not worn out with the heat.  She saves hcr strength, keeps  her health and is better able to  enjoy the summer.  The New Perfection does everything  that any other stove can do���������������������������all the family cooking, baking, washing -and ironing. No smoke, no dust, no odor. Heat  is applied directly and not wasted. A  turn, and the flamo is out.  The New Perfection stove has a  Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping  plates and food hot, drop shelves for  the coffee pot or saucepans, and nickeled  towel racis.  It has long turquoise-blue enamel  chimneys. Tha nickel finish, with tho  bright blue of the chimneys, makes the  stove very attractive and invites cleanliness. Made with l, 2 and 3 burners;  the 2 and 3-burncr stoves can be had  with or without Cabinet.  Tver .dealer ovwywUero; It ������������������������������������t at yours, ���������������������������writs fo?  nSc__ ivo CU-salnr to ihe nwiHal asenoy of iI_o  Cau.im a ry !.o.������������������:-Bc oure  yo" set thio stove���������������������������ace  that the namu-plat*  reads "New Per .ctton."  T__e Imperial OS! Company,  .-���������������������������>  i_  ._  }  1  _  Limited.  (^^jjg^^gii____&-_i^-S_ss__as_@_  _9_������������������_E_  ________! .  _r3  T)  ������������������  HINTS ON CAMPING OUT.  Ibc re is an Easy Way to Do Everything if You but Know How.  There is moro   to   know " about  ���������������������������cemping out than is found in the  philosophies,   declares     a   woman  writer in tho New Idea Woman's  Magazine for July.    Laundry is a  big item.    Ours was  accomplished  by taking our  soiled clothes  with  us  when  we went  in  bathing and  , Bimply tramping them into the water  on tho white sand of the beach.  This scoured them magically.  Badly soiled places were rubbed  with soap and perhaps trampled a  second timo.  Then we threw thc garments on  the bushes around the tent, whero  the sun bleached them to a dazzling  whiteness.  ��������������������������� Sometimes we found them a little scratchy with sand, but what of  that���������������������������in camp? We shook it out  ,t}_ e best we could, for sand is not  dirt, you know.  j   Single tonts about five by seven  'are most desirable for sleeping purposes.     These can    bc bought for  four or six dollars apiece, and will  much more than pay for themselves  Jin comfort.   At least onc extra fly,  ,'io stretch overhead for a kitchen,  ���������������������������adds enormously to camp comfort,  (especially in rainy weather.  j   A fly at the front of tho tent is  also desirable.    Strips of canvas of  ;various lengths are   always handy  for covering    things.     These flies  and canvas pieces can be bought for  t we nty-fic������������������  to thirty-five cents    a  square yard, .according to weight,  tbe  heavier grade    being    best if  there is likely to bo much rain.  i   Sleeping bags   are    better than  blankets. These bags can be bought  for ten to fifteen dollars, according  V   the number    of   thicknesses of  wool and the patent appliances that  finish the bag, but ordinary blankets sewed at the sides and end into the form of a bag are equally  good for any camp    short of the  Rocky Mountains.  STOMACH MISERY  BA3ISKE0 BY "FRUIT-A-TIVES"  MR. ALCIO _ HEBE .T  Stratford Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.  "I have beoii completely, cured of a  frightful condition of, my Stomach  through the wonderful fruit medicine  ' Fruit-a-tives*. I could not eat anything  but what I suffered awful pain from  Indigestion.  My head ached incessantly.  I was told to try 'Fruit-a-tives' and  sent for six boxes. Now I am entirely  well, can eat any ordinary food and  never have a Headache.''   ���������������������������  ALCIDE HEBERT.  50c. a bor, 6 for I2.50, or trial box,  25c. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-  tives Limited, Ottawa.'  ANAEMIA'S VICTIMS  Can find New Health in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. .  Anaemia is simply a lack of  blood. It therefore follows that  the correct treatment for aiuiflknia  is one that increases the blood fcfcto-  ply. That is really the only treirt-  |roent that can possibly be successful. Tho symptoms of anaemia are  easi'y recognized. Paleness, list-  lessiiess, tho failure of food te  bourrh, headaches and foften ir-  .women and girls backaches, faint  ness- and palpitation of the heart  I HOME. J  DISHES MADE FROM CHEESE.  Cheese has always  been regarded  _s a somewhat indigestible  article of diet.   The dyspeptic and the  individual whose digestion was not  f   the    most   robust   description  avoided cheese, which was considered a   rough-and-ready foodstuff,  suitable only for    the men of the  working   classes or    the fortunate  possessors of digestions of a cast-  iiou capacity.    The latest ideas on  the subject are  entirely different.  Cheese is the most nourishing-and  most economical foodstuff we have.  Weight for weight, it has a greater nourishing value than meat, and  is at the same time much cheaper.  Nr other article of diet containsso  much economical nourishment and,  if properly prepared,  it is readily  digested >and absorbed.    Cheese is  only indigestible when it is not sufficiently masticated.  There is no doubt that excessive  indulgence in meat is the cause of  many of the ills we suffer from today. Tho system is loaded with an  unnecessary amount of nitrogenous  matter; the result is the development of such products as uric acid,  which, present in the blood in excess, produces gout, the inheritance  tards on the brcad, put a little pile  of grated cheese on top of each and  brown in the oven. Serve garnished  with cress.  Cheese Omelet.���������������������������Beat up the  whites of two eggs very stiffly; add  the yolks, seasoning of salt, pepper  and grated nutmeg, one tablespoonful of grated cheese ancl half  a teaspoonful of meat extract dissolved in one tablespoonful of boiling water. Stir lightly. Melt one  tablespoonful of butter in an omelet pan; pour in the mixture and  fry very carefully till light brown;  then put in tho oven to brown the  top; fold over and serve on a hot  dish.  Cheese   Timbales.��������������������������� Butter   some  small  molds; roll out some pastry  very thinly,  and    neatly    line the  molds  with it.    Tut into a. saucepan over the fire one tablespoon-  fu' of butter with one tablespoonful of flour; mix till smooth; add  h_lc a cupful of milk; stir till they  boil;  cook for five minutes;    then  add one heaping tablespoonful of  grated   choese,      two   well-beaten  eggs,  salt, pspper and red pepper  t_> taste.     Divide    into the molds  and  bake in a moderate oven for  twenty minutes.    Turn out carefully and serve on a hot dish.  -Cheese Turnovers.���������������������������Beat up one  ejfg well; mix it with four heaping  tablespoonfuls  of   grated    cheese,  seasoning of salt, pepper and paprika. ' Have in readiness some puff  pastry and stamp into rounds. On  each' round put a spoonful of th������������������  mixture ; wet the edges, brush over  the top  with beaten egg, sprinkle  over with grated cheese and bake  in a hot oven for fifteen minutes.  Cheese Biscuits.���������������������������Bub two tablespoonfuls of butter finely into six  tablespoonfuls _of flour; add threo  tablespoonfuls of grated cheese, a  little salt, pepper and grated nutmeg; mix the yolk of one.egg with  a very little cold water. With this  make the whole into a firm paste,  which roll out thinly and cut into  small fancy-shaped biscuits.- Bake  lightly till a nice brown shade. The  biscuits keep well and may be heated in the oven.  USEFUL HINTS:  If a teaspoonful of sujjar is put  into tho teapot the tea uillinfuBe  in one-half the time.  Panes of glass may easily be removed if aoft _oap be laid over,tho  putty and left for several hours...  Butter is excellent for a burn.' If>  the spot is covered instantly with  butter the skin will not blister. .  A few grains of salt sprinkled 011  the coffee before adding the&water  will bring out and improve the flavor.  Eating slowly should be taught  f.o children from their earliest d&ya.  Often during their school days thej  pet into .the way of hurrying, over .  their meals. This lays seeds of  much illness in later life. ".-  W. A.  MACKENZIE   &   CO.  Own and Offer at Par and Accrued Interest, to Yield 6%, Payable Half-yearly  First Mortgage 6% Sinking Fund Gold Bonds  OF THE  any  To restore the blood supply to its __���������������������������_,, ^.vu... BUU���������������������������. tue i,11M}manco  normal quantity and quality Dr. ... many who live not wisely, but  iWill ams' Pi ok Pills can bc recom-   toe well.   Cheese provides us wUh  pieided with confidence. First-be  cause they arc known to have cured  thousands of anaemic people���������������������������the  highest passible recommendation.  Seco dly they actually contain tho  ingredients that combine with tho  food and oxyg- n to make rich, red  blood, without which no man, woman orgrowing boy or girl _can_bo  "hea_tliy. "== "  1   Mrs. JS. M. Bell, Tied Deer, Alta.,  Bays .-���������������������������"When I came   to  Alberta  somo years ago, a young g:rl, I had  been suffering for a couplo of years  from anaemic blood.    Doctors had  cone everything for mo that could  be done, but to no purpose.    The  doctors said I could not live,   but  that a change of climate might pro-  ' long my life, so my father brought  me to  Alberta.    For a  short timo  _ did seem to improve, but soon bo-  ramo as bad, if not worse, than before   I  left Ontario.    I could  not  walk upstairs, walk on the street,  or stand in a room for more than a  few minutes without fainting. Lifo  was a burden and  I did not caro  .whether I lived or not, and had given   up  hope of getting better.    It  was at this time Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills were brought to niy attention,  b. d a supply was got for me. After  I had used tho second box I thought  t felt somo better, and 1 continued  taking  the Pills until I had used  nine or ten boxes, when I felt like  a new person.    I could walk,   ride  a bicycle and    skate    without the  dreadful pains in my limbs I had  before   experienced,  and   in  every  waj   I  was enjoying better health  than ever before in my life.   Now,  whenever I feel the need of a tonic  I turn at'   .nee    to Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills, and I am constantly recommending them to my friends."  1   Sold by all  medicino dealers ot  )by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams'    Medicine    Co.,   Brockville,  . nt.  ��������������������������� A child's room should, if possible,  face south. Sun is as important to  their growth and well-being as it  is fo that of a plant.  the necessary nitrogenous material  without increasing the risks of gout  to those with a tendency to this disease. Let there be a moderation  in the quantity of flesh foods and  increased . consumption of milk,  cheese, eggs and vegetables.  Cheese Pudding.���������������������������Mix together  j.n_ajbasin=ha_f__.a=pound-o������������������=gratcd-  cheese, one teaspoonful of flour,  salt, pepper and paprika to taste,  one tablespoonful of fine breadcrumbs or cracker-crumbs; then  add one cupful of boiling milk, ono  heaping teaspoonful of butter, the  yelks of two eggs and the whites  stiffly beaten. Mix gently; pour  into a buttered pudding-dish and  bake for twenty minutes in.a mod-  ciato oven.    Servo hot.  Cheese Straws.���������������������������Kub two heaping  tablespoonfuls of butter   carefully  into a quarter of a pound of Hour  with thc tips of tho fingers; add two  tablespoonfuls   grated    cheese,    a  pinch of salt, pepper and paprika.  JMako it inlo a smooth  paste with  a little milk.    Koll this out into a  piece about six inches broad, quarter of an inch thick and as long as  possible.      Cut    straws  six inches  long, half an inch broad and about  half an inch thick.   Put them on a  greased  baking-tin and  bake  vcry  lightly a   yellow color.      Dish  up  neatly on a napkin.  Cheese Toast.���������������������������Grate quarter  pound of stale cheese; put it into  a buttered pudding-dish; add two  tablespoonfuls of milk and let it  melt in the oven. ' Then spread  thickly over well-buttered toast;  sprinkle with a little paprika and  serve vcry hot.  Cheese Custards.���������������������������-Beat up four  eggs, add half a cupful of boiling  milk, three heaping tablespoonfuls  ci grated cheese, seasoning of salt,  pepper and paprika; pour into  small buttered molds, stirring all  tho. time, so as not to let the cheese  settle. Cover with buttered paper  and steam vcry gently until set.  Cut thin slices of bread and stamp  out rounds, a little larger than the  molds; fry in hot melted butter to  a golden color.   Turn out the cus-  MOOSE JAW, Saskatchewan MINNEAPOLIS, Mi^iesota      i  Dated July 1st, 1910, featuring July 1st, 1330  Rec,9em*We*t 103 on any intot-estcJato after July 1st, 1915 >  Principal and Semi-annual Interest payable at BANK OF MONTREAL, in Toronto, Montreal  New York and London, England. ������������������' ��������������������������� * ' -  DENOMINATIONS $500 AND $1,000 /  Tie ftbrtw and Tru.l Deed .ecurin* the B���������������������������da and the regularity of t_e U,ue have bee _ adored"by  MESSRS. BLAKE, LASH, ANGUM & CASSHLS, TORONTO  _���������������������������   _.        . _,      . ___ TRUSTEES " '  National Tru _t Com. any, u������������������nll.������������������_ Tor on*,,      M_nn38ota Loan and Trust Company, Minnesota  |. toe . authorized  CAP!TA_,__AT.ON ,  ponds authorized ...";..._:..::::::::;;::::;;;;;������������������������������������������������������;   The Capital Stock and Bonds Issued r_p7el_ nt an Mtual'cash Investment  EARNINGS  Avara^e Nat Earnings Lasi Three Y_ar3, 5170,393 Per Annum.  Net Earnings for Six Months Ending February 28th, 1S10, $204,634.20  ior at the rate of SO per cent. Cf present bond issue, or nearly fourteen times  thejn terestcharge,. ~��������������������������� ���������������������������   .2,000,000, Issued $725,750   f 1,500,000. Issued $500,00Q  .Present value of Mills and Eaulpment   jReal Estate    " \   .Current Assets, Wheat, Cash, Current'Accouats", etc  BALANCE SHEET  ���������������������������   ���������������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������    ���������������������������     ���������������������������  ���������������������������  Deduct Current Liabilities  Net Assets   ....  ..    725,751.31'  30,181.0_  _.      997.41S.3 _.  $1,753,3 50.73'  7.80,516.5 .  *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  Present Daily Capacity       -      -      - '     6,003 Barrels of Flour  ���������������������������X.r.dS'EnlSS'a?1 ������������������f EanilDeS and Da,anw Sheet havo b0��������������������������� coaflrmc*  by Messrs. Warwick,  Mitchell  _   Co,  PURPC8E OF PRESENT IS3UE  ���������������������������Arxzi\._;_���������������������������_. _rs_r.?hse _ r__.seJ,w���������������������������"��������������������������� ih������������������**������������������<*-������������������������������������������������������<> _  SECURITY FOR BONO ISSUE  capacity of 0,000 barrels per day.   Tho proier?   oi'tho Coinn __v __._!__''   ?d ?l\������������������ in r������������������wa> Wlth * combine J  Company, aud tho property Is carried iu^Balaac^ ih _������������������o't __ "the Te^LTyT^ * " Am������������������rlCaa Appralial  AD3ITIOI.AL 8ZCUR1TY  bf a d_ ������������������W_'l^ th������������������ C0���������������������������^8 ������������������U. th.   Bondholders a,60 h*vo tho securlt,  FUTURE ISSUE8  ,        It Is the In^ntion of the Company to Janrely Increase Its milllnc . ___. u_  .-, .       _    _    _.  ndditioa _I mills at points to be selected, and bonds may be asu_J for thoP������������������ul,LK_������������������f"^ ..by the ������������������B^bllShment *  mills, but only to tho extent of 75% o_ the actual co. t, and tl ea ooly if U "S_ __^i���������������������������������������������__th. ?,OU8������������������XCUon ������������������'. the*  previous year are equal to twice the total charges for Litorc*. on Bond, _wu_S___^_? _f. ������������������* ^ X^5' for lh*  ���������������������������closed at $1,500,000. uonaa issued or to be Issued.    Tlio Mort������������������n������������������o i|  SINKING FUND  L.. JJnc_6r tho Trust Doed a Sinking Fund is provided to be deposited with t__ i__.t___i _.     * ���������������������������  f"ie_. will redeem before maturity 75% of the outstanding Bonds a t 10I __d^_J____ _*! Tru_l ComP&n^ Llm1^  |_et price. B      uas at 10������������������ *a,J ������������������ccnied tnterwt, or at eun _nt maj.  i *  Present Bond Issue Represents Only About One-thlrd of Company's Asset*  Terms of Subscription :-10% on Application, balance on delivery  Special droular and Application Forms Sent on R������������������quo������������������t.  Subscriptions will be received by mny Branch of tha fo_low_n������������������ B___l_j��������������������������� .  w.  THE METROPOLITAN BANK,  THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA and  W/A/MACKENZIJE-ft CO.  3&������������������M_  D_.UrE BUItDINC.. . . . . .        TORONTO THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,   September 8, l9J0  Pounds  We sell ancl install McClary's  ..Magnet Wood Furnaces  and Sunshine Coal Furnaces  Every furnace-is guaranteed to  ���������������������������    give perfect satisfaction.  Why not install one of these in  your home and cut your  fuel  bill in half and  get twice the comfort.  A furnace in the basement is the  cheapest, cleanest and most  satisfactory way of heating your home.  Ask us for particulars.  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every Thursday at Enderby, B.C. at  52 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1 an inoh per month.  Lcyal Notices: 10c a line fir_t insertion; 5c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  SEPTEMBER 8,  1910  POETICAL    EDITOR  The last issue of thc Armstrong  Advertiser was thc first to come out  under the editorial management of S.  Poison. Naturally, Mr. Poison threw  some poetry into thc number. This is  one of them. We hope he'will have  morc like it, and wish him every success in his new venture:  Says Farmer Slow, in whinning tones  To good old Farmer Grey:  "I've worn my knees through to thc  bone  But it aint no use to pray;  Your crop   looks   twice   as   good as  mine,  Though you don't pretend to be  A shining light on earth or heaven  And sing,   "salvation free.'  I've   prayed   the   Lord   a   thousand  times  To make that 'ere crop grow:  And    why   yours    beats   it   so   and  climbs  I'd give a deal to know."  Said Farmer Grey to Neighbor Slow,  In his quiet and easy way,  "When prayers   get mixed with'-'lazy  bones,  They don't make farming pay.  Your weeds, I see, are strong and tall  In spite of all your prayers:  You may pray for crops till the heavens fall,  If you don't dig up the tares:  I mix my prayers with honest toil,  Along in every row;  Our stock of  Oil Lamps and  Electric Globes  is complete  Rifles, Shot Guns  and Ammunition  of all kinds.  We carry a large stock of gen  eral hardware, builder's supplies,   And work this mixture in the soil,  Sherwin Williams' paints,  oils and varnishes, stoves  and ranges,  tinware  and graniteware  A Carload of Heating and Cooking  Stoves  to arrive in a few days.  We  solicit  your   enquiries  for  prices etc. and same will always receive our careful  and  prompt  attention.  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.     Enderby  nays and has proved that land at an  altitude of over 3000 feet is highly  suitable for horticultural purposes.  Hitherto it had been considered that  only land at a comparatively low  level was suitable for fruit growing  but the experiments at Rossland  have proved that land 3500 feet above  sea level is capable of being highly  productive. When it is remembered  that probably 50 per cent, of all the  lands of the Kootcnays is morc than  3000 feet in elevation, it is difficult to  over-estimate the significance of the  new development.  ARMSTRONG RIFLEMEN  The Armstrong .riflemen upheld  their reputation in a splendid manner  at'Toronto and Ottawa. Skyrme was  fifth in the Banker's match at Toronto, and 23rd in another. McPher-  son won in the neighborhood of $50  at Toronto, being well up in nearly  every match. Wolfenden and Marshall won $15 each. McPherson was  3rd of the B. C. contingent at Toronto matches. At Ottawa all did  well, winning $20 each. Marshall especially distinguished himself by being eligible for the second stage of  the Governor-General's. McPherson  was unfortunate in the first stage,  breaking his sight after his fifth shot  at 600 yards. The shooting at Ottawa was remarkable. It took top  notch scores to get in the money at  the shorter ranges. - There were 450  entries at Toronto, with 85 prizes in  a match, and at Ottawa over 800 entries with an average of 135 prizes.  The best shots in Canada were shooting, and it is creditable to Armstrong that its representatives did so  well.���������������������������Advertiser.  Best bread always on hand: brown  ���������������������������bread, currant loaves and lunch cakes  made to order.   City Bakery.  for Fall & Winter  Suits & Overcoats  from House  of Hobberlin. Toronto  Finest range in  thc  City;   prices from  $17 to $35  Fresh Fruits always on hand.  Sold agents  for  the  famous  Brooke,  Bond  Tea.  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.  Quite vigorous with a hoe  So while I pray, I use my hoe,  And do my level best,  To cut the weeds along each row,  And the Lord, He does the rest.'  'Tis well    to   pray,   both night and  morn,  As everybody knows;  But the place to pray for paying corn  Is right between the rows.  You must use your bones while praying, though,  If answer you would get;  For prayer-worn knees and rusty hoe  Ne'r raised a big crop yet. _  And so I say, my good old friend:  If you would win the day,  From plowing to the harvest end  You must hoe as well as pray."  _ft  .t^l .  WATER ACT 1909  ^2_____vv3  ���������������������������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.  GRINDROD BEING ADVERTISED  The Vancouver World says:  British Columbia timber and Okanagan apples are the lure designed by  Marriott & Fellows, of Vancouver, in  :a=���������������������������special==_exploitation_==_campaign_  through the middle west of the United States, to interest farmers and  investors.  From a publicity standpoint, the  tour will -be strenuous as well as  unique. Mr. John G. Cleary will act  as advance herald. He will leave  Vancouver Tuesday night in a private  Pullman car, one section of which  will bc reserved for the display of  literature bearing on the opportunities afforded by Vancouver Island and  specimens of prize-winning fruit from  thc Okanagan Valley district. Mr.  Cleary will makc his first stop at  Boise City, Idaho, from which point  numerous letters have been received  in reply to newspaper and billboard  advertising that have been running  the past month. LaCrosse, Wis., will  he an important stop, as a syndicate  has been formed there among workers  in a farm implement plant who desire to erect a factory on the commonwealth plan in the vicinity of  Vancouver. As a result of the advertising already done in the eastern  states 7,000 enquiries will be looked  after. Mr. W. H. Fellows and other  representatives of the firm will follow in the wake of Cleary when they  receive his reports as to the most  advantageous plan of procedure.  BY direction of the Board of Investigation, notice is hereby given  that the Board.will proceed to adjudicate upon claims to water on the  following streams and tributaries  thereto in the Similkameen and Osoyoos Water Districts, under authority of Part 3 of the Water Act, 1909:  Pine Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 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  emption 138s,  Spring on Sub-lot 19, L. 2711,  Alder Creek,  Maple Creek,  Creek 3 miles south on Dqg Lake,  McLean Creek,  Lake near Kclowna-Penticton trail,  Spring, Penticton,  Steward's Dam,  Creek, Lot 286  7-Mile Creek (Lots 210.and 2GG,)  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 bc held at Penticton on  or about October 20th, 1910; Okanagan Falls on or about October 25th,  1910; /and Naramata on or about  October 28th, 1910.  W. S. DREWRY,  Chief Water Commissioner.  Lands Department, (Water Branch),  Victoria, B. C, July 15th, 1910.  1st   Creek  "near "Pre-  ������������������  WHAT OUR HILL LANDS CAN DO  A Nelson writer Bays: The remarkable  success that has attended the fruitgrowing experiments of J. S. Deschamps at Rossland has changed the  relative land   values    of   thc Koote-  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  To call and examine our nice  range of SKIRTS.  Also samples of Cloth and  Patterns of Coats and Suits  for Fall and Winter.  these goods will be made up  to special measure and fit  guaranteed.  Also a nice  line of Hair  Goods just opened up.  \  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in ,General Merchandise and Supplies  <������������������_:<^.>������������������^.<s>$>������������������_^^  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits, $699,969.88  Honorary President, Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.  i-Eresident.Hon.^SIR-GEORGE.D R_MM0ND._K._C._M._G.;  Vice-President and General Manager,  SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT PX^a=lfcru^Vatth  Branches in Okanapan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq,, Manager, Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. Enderby  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to"10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, ������������������  H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on 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 !&���������������������������<  _  I  _  ������������������  '. '  HOME. 1  I DAINTY DISHES.  I Currant sandwiches are nice for  afternoon toa. Thoroughly clean  a handful of currants and rub in a  cloth. Butter some thin slices of  bread, and cover with the currants,  sift a little sugar over, and make  ii to sandwiches.  Potted Sausage.���������������������������Put one pound  s of sausage meat in a jar, and tie  down closely; place in a pan of  boiling water, and steam for three  hcurs. When nearly cold, inaSh tho  moat well with a knife, add pepper  and salt and a little allspice, and  pot for use.  Clove Syrup.���������������������������Pour one pint of  boiling water on one ounce of  cloves; cover, and leave for four  hours, then add two pounds of easier sugar and strain through a ilan-  nel"bag, when it will be ready for  use. Another way to make it is to  add half an ounce of essence of  clcvcs to two quarts of syrup.  Aster    Pudding.���������������������������Take    half    a  pound    of   chopped    suet, half    a  pound of breadcrumbs,  three ounces of ground rice, two ounces   of  jflcur, -one  teaspoonful  of   baking-  i powder, the grated rind of a lemon,  two eggs, and a little- milk.    Mix  the dry ingredients together, then  add the eggs and milk.    Place in a  nicely greased mould and steam for  two hours.      Turn out    and serve  with sweet sauce.  Scalloped Onions.���������������������������Cook four  Spanish onions in boiling salted  water with a piece of celery, two  cloves, and a bunch of sweet herbs.  When tender, chop coarsely and  put into a buttered baking-dish,  sprinkling them with* pepper "and'  salt. Coyer with a thick white  sauce. Sprinkle some crumbs over,  puf a few bits of butter on the top,  and  bake in a sharp oven.  Apple Pie.���������������������������Line a' pi _ dish with"  good crust and spread over it three  tablespoonfuls    of    golden    syrup.  Cover this with thin slices of apple, packed together as closely as  possible.    Sprinkle   the    top with  , sugar and small lumps of  butter,-  adding a suspicion of grated nutmeg.    Cover with^a latticework of  -   pastry, and bake till the apples are  cooked.  Miners' Stew.���������������������������Cut two pounds of  * 'v     tie thin part of the breast of mutton into small pieces.   Dip each in  a mixture of flour, pepper, and salt,  ar.d arrange in an earthenware pot  with a well-fitting lid.    Place over  tho meat   a layer   of lean bacon,  some sweet herbs, and chopped on-  |ion.    Add sufficient water to cover,  and cook in tho oven for about two  hours and a half.   Place the meat  on a dish, thicken the gravy, add a  . ��������������������������� spoonful of.  vinegar, and   pepper'-  'ai:d salt to taste.   Boil up the gravy  aud 'pour it over the meat.  1   Rich     Beef     Stow.���������������������������Take    two  '.pounds-of beef  skirt, trim off all  ,___��������������������������� skin, and cut into pieces    one  inch and a half square.   Dredge the  meat thickly with flour, and brown  in a little hot dripping in a frying-  pan.   Take out the meat, stir in a  tablespoonful of flour, and cook till  browned,.. _Add_a_.pint_of_stoc_k,.__a  small onion stuck with cloves, a  teaspoonful of salt, half of pepper,  and, lastly, a teaspoonful of vinegar. Return the meat to the pan,  cover it and stand at the side of  tlie fire to let thc meat cook slowly for three hours. If this cooks  fast it will be spoiled.  ;    . _.    USEFUL HINTS.  Old corks make good knobs for  too kettles, coffee pots or any cook-  ir.fr utensil that has lost its knob.  In washing white ribbon tlio  water should bc warm rather than  hot, and the soap a fine white one.  Kinsc in two clear waters and one  strong blue onc.  There is only one way to havc  goocl servants; that is to bc worthy  of being well served.  Peppermint lozcn'ges are' invaluable to check a cold or a chill, but  they should be of the best quality,  j It a pinch of butter is added to a  ; green gooseberry tart when cooking it is much improved and thc  fruit is morc juicy.  The dust   cloth    for    any    room  should bc  lightly  sprinkled before  using,  and should  be washed and  diied a'ter each dusting operation.  Dirty dust   cloths do   more harm  than good in cleaning a room.  j    Scatter salt   on   a carpet when  sweeping and you will not only find  ;it has a cleansing effect;.-but that  lit also keeps away- nnths.  j   To remove fly spots from mirrors  .'������������������__. picture glasses,  take .a cloth  G.n'-l dip in a little pure   paraffin,  rut the spots well, then polish with  a dry duster or chamois.  i   T_   prevent the   corners of rugs  from curling, get some furniture  webbing, such as is used for holding springs in place, and sew it  along the edges of the rug on the  wrong side.  Lemon juice applied with a camel-hair brush is very good for ten-  df'i or ulcerated gums. It should  be lightly brushed on the affected  parts, care being taken not to touch  t>e teeth.  ������������������ Much time is saved if paper linings for cake pans are cut in quantities and kept ready for instant  Urfo. iu a dust-proof box with tight  li'.i  _ Feather beds # and pillows sometimes have an unpleasant odor after being put away for a time. Set  them on a clothes line in the sun  and air for two or threo days, and  then give them a thorough drying  before a clear fire. If this is not  successful, empty the pillows, have  tho ticks washed and the feathers  thoroughly purified.  A good silence cloth for the dining table can be made with a double  thickness of white flannel laid with  tne soft side on the inside and quilted on the machine; edge with a  binding or white, tape.  A sticky cake or bread pan should  not be cleaned with a knife or anything which will scratch the surface and make stricking more probable thereafter. For this reason  the crust of bread often advised as  a cleaner is not desirable.  Canned fruit is greatly improved  by standing at least an hour in tho  air, thus restoring tho oxygen and  making it much richer.  When washing knives never allow tho handles to go into the water, as this discolors them and often loosens them. A good plan is  to put the knives in a jug of water  with just enough water to cover  tne blades and afterward rub them  with a cloth. ������������������  Paper wrappings should never be  left' on meat or any other damp  kinds of food longer than is really  necessary. Paper (being a compound of rags, lime, etc., with acids  and various chemicals intermixed),  is clearly not fit for keeping such  things in for any  length of time.  People often spoil their walls 'by  driving in nails haphazard, only to  find the nails bend because they  arc being hammered against the  bricks. The right method is to  pierce the wall with a darning  needle to find the crevice between  tbe bricks and then to drive in the  nail.  A vinegar and bran poultice*is  invahiablo for pains and aches-of  all kinds. To make it moisten some  bran'with avinegar, heat it in a  saucepan or in thc oven until it is  nearly boiling, then put the mixture into a flannel bag. Stitch up  lhe. opening, and apply the poultice  as hot as possible. :  A   clean   cloth   dipped   in   hot  water, then a saucer of bran, will  speedily clean white paint without  injury to it.   The soft bran acts like.  soap on the dirt. .  WE   OWN    AND   OFFER    AT    PAR    AND    INTEREST  $200,000 First Mortgage, Sinking Fund 6%  Bonds With 25% Bonus of Common Stock of  CANADA MACHINE  LIMITED  (Incorporated under Dominion of Canada Letters Patent)  irfJS!1^1*6 alaw^leatl>0and denied interest on six months'notice on 1st  August, 1915,   or  any  SoSdacc^ any   A*ff<*t   1st after 1915.  /���������������������������  OnJ^da_jSb3_ 8* Febhiary an? August' at ^^ Bank ������������������?   Canada'   Montreal,   Toronto, -CWfc  Denominations $500 and $1,000.    ' :     ���������������������������     --  TRUSTEES;  BANKERS:  ��������������������������� - Montreal Trust Company  Royal Bank of Canada  CAPITALIZATION. ,  First Mortgage 6 per cent. Bond.  $i 000*000  .Cumulative 7 per cent. Preferred Stock    "'             i ___'___  common stock... ; :::::::7.;-.;;::;y.;;;;;;: l^Z  ,  DIRECTORS:  Usued '���������������������������  $400,000  850,000  625,000  GEO. D. POEBES, Esq., President.  J      Pres. B. Forbes Co., Ltd., Hespeier.  ^      Pres. Taylor Forbes Co., Ltd., Guelph..  R. O. McCULLOCH, Esq., Vice-President.  :       Goldie & McCulloueh Co., Ltd., Gait.   ;   *  R. MacGEEGOE, Sr., Esq., Vice-President.  Pres. MacGregor, Gourlay Co., Ltd., Gait, Ont.  S. H. WHITE, Esq., Vice-President.  Pros. Sussex Mfg Co., Ltd., Sussex, N.B.     '  Pres. New Brunswick Telephone Co., Ltd.  THOS. H. WATSON, Esq., Toronto, Ont.   -  Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Canada   Bolt   and  Nut Co., Ltd. ' -  ALEX. G. GOUELAY, Esq.- Gait, Ont '  MacGregor, Gourlay Co., Ltd.  GAENET P. GEANT, Esq., Montreal.  Pres. Dominion Canners, Ltd.  ��������������������������� Vice-Prcs. Canada Bolt and Nut Co., Ltd   *  HAEEY COCKSHUTT, Esq.  Man. Dir. Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd., Brant-  ford, Ont.  ^What^GonsoIidation^Represehts^  The Canada Machinery Company, Limited, was incorporated under ������������������he Canada Companies Act oa July nth, 15)10,  nnd han acquired the buslneaa aad cn-  dcrtnklnga of the following companion i  1. MacGrocor, Gourlay aud Co., Limit,  ed, Gait, Out.  2. John .al lantiuc and Co., Limited.  Preston, Out.  8. Ilf.ii..Icr Muchincry Co., Limited.  Ilcnpeler, Out.  And the Woodworking machinery Department* ofi  1. Goldie and McCulloch Co., Limited,  Gnlt,  Out,  2. Sussex aianufacttirlng Co., Limited,  Sussex, _.H.  Tho compn')l_ controlled _o*i������������������ll<..te  lirncdcnlly all the concern* |��������������������������� C'nnndn  man .fucturliiK the lighter Rrade* of  tvoodworkla . innchln������������������>r>' nnd tool*.  They nl.io con .t<ti.(e n Iwrjje per .entitle  of the nianuf .< .urinir rnpacKy of Iron  working tooN In Ciiuudn.  The intention of n.e Compuny In (o  perfect  thc  organization of the  dlffer-  (hereby elliulnatinu' the expensive duplication of special iu���������������������������(>!il_.rr. etc. which  ha* taken place in (he pa _t. '  Security Back of Bonds  Tlie reproductive *ntne ot the plant*,  oa determined hy the Canadian American Appralsul Company la $!,<__ ,973.3._.  over tiro and a half times the present  bond Issue of th* Company. The bond*  are being Issued wider a deed of trust  and mortgage by tho Company to the  Montreal Truat C'omp* ay, of Montrenl,  nnd arc secured by a fixed and ���������������������������pacific  first mortgage aad charge upon nil present and future rent and Immovable  property of the Company.  The total a:ncu_< of bonda to be Issued In limited to fl.__O.0OO, und cau  only be l������������������Hiied up to OS _!-a per cent, ut  the np_>r_ilA_ri value nf (he affixed asset*. Of (his inn 9400,000 has been Issued nnd In now beta* lusued. 'Hie rc-  mnliilnK WOO. OO can only be Issued tn  no nniomit equal to ltd 2-3 per cent, of  expenditure* ou capital account subse-  <iue.it  to August lat, 11)10.  On or before the Irt of August, 1014,  nml annually thereafter, u ensh nliik-  Ii:k find (if _! .:<_ cent, of all bonda  outstanding Im Io lie pnid to the Trus-  tceM, anil DKcd (o purchnae mid roll re  thc������������������e boiidK nt pot excvrdlitK HO per  cent, nnd accrued Inlcrr_, or (o call  bonds H( (li.it price If nol ao piirchan-  iiblc. All boudH ho purchnned hIimII be  (be property of (he Tr.tx.ro, and (he  coupons Nhall be collected by (he Trustee i:nd cnrrled ut the credit of (he  Slnkiuu. Fund.  Earnings and Advantage of  Consolidation  It la coDtcrvntiv.tr ratlmnted that the  net^earntng. ef (be Company for th*  enatjlo _ year, baaed on preaent onfpnt,  Will be SU*. 00, allowing- the bond In-  tei_������������������t rernrd five times over. Then*  earnings will be materially Increased  darlag th* following years. The .tiidll-  "������������������ r������������������ports of (be Turin.:* factories  have not as yet been completed, but (he  nurtit of oi. of (he _>rlne(������������������ai companies  show* average net earning* for <i,0  years IWW (o JOlO of far more (linn the  amount required io pay tbe interest on  the endre lasue of $400,000 itonds. Mr.  George 1). . oehe*, (he _ resldrn( of (he  Company, In a report, *ay* (he benefit*  to be nccrurd from (lit> couwotldjilloii  may be sunimarlr.ed as foi Ion's i  Increased r.flrlencr, resiilMu. In  economy by Apeolnll..|_..c (lie nu(pu( nt  the different fac(orli-a nnd by rlliiili.it-  ln* the iiniicccssriry duplication both In  output  nnd pn((erua.  SovIiik* to bc effected In the purchase  of raw material ������������������������������������������������������j |��������������������������� administration.  Kconomle. l��������������������������� ������������������,|���������������������������Iir. du<r���������������������������,ll,l,I������������������  _h"_i?s   " '       n"d        'r"������������������ortatlo_  U_V _?\������������������_ ,l",,0_ '" hrlnK ���������������������������������������������"'<���������������������������<'������������������������������������  .h������������������_r " *,lr,c w,,c������������������ <!������������������<��������������������������� Iudu*(ry la  showln _ tremendous development, an _  <be new Company, by piscine (he different f������������������.c(o,ic������������������ o��������������������������� ���������������������������u���������������������������ifoI.ln������������������.���������������������������;;"  be In a portion lo (���������������������������ke full advantage  STRONG FINANCIAL POSITION  New%f!���������������������������,TuT[e* afe ^ing V/" ������������������Ver free from aI1 fbatin* "fcMitief,  and  the  new Company will have ample working capital.  nel 1, b!?^^^ rela^ t0 ^ *������������������ ha- been approved by Messrs Eick-  .      'rf^ Trustee,   will   bo ,  CIRCULAR AND FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION  DOMINION BOND COMPANY, LIMITED  MERCHANTS BANK BUILDING,  Montreal  ROYAL BANK BUILDING,  Toronto  CITIZEN BUILDING,  Ottawa Thursday,   September 8, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Western Influence Felt  in the Wealthy Complacent East  According to Mr. Blue, the  Government statistician, Canadians have been decidedly modest  in their estimates of their country's growth. Most of us have  been estimating the present population at seven millions. Last  week the oflicial statistician  announced that on March 31st  last the population was seven  and a half million. If this estimate is correct then Canada will  public policy. Indeed, changes  in public policy do not affect the  East as they do the West. The  older the country the better able  it is to snap its fingers at the  government. With a new country the government's policy and  the government's expenditures  are almost everything. Their  very existence depends upon  governmental action. Hence the  political influence of the West is  have nearly eight million by the j necessarily keen and logically  2nd of the year, and considerably j unified. In the Parliaments of  Dver eight million when the de-i the next twenty-five years more  ;ennial census is taken next June. | will be heard of Western opinion  [n the meantime it will  be safe  for all enthusiastic Canadians to  and Western needs than of East  em opinion and Eastern needs,  henceforth quote the population The Easterner may smile when  Df this country as eight millions, the Westerner shouts, but he will  Business conditions in Canada not attempt to drown the voice  are so much superior to business j of the younger and more insis-  :onditions-in the United States j tent man.  at the present time that one is i The rivalry between the East  inclined to feel that the Dominion j and the West is not more inimi-  itatistician is correct. One may j cal to national life than the rival-  oe very wise in occasionally dis-;ry between Montreal ancl Toron-  2ounting the reports of enthusias-; to, or between Halifax and St.  ;ic immigration officials and \ John. Rivalry. helps national  squally enthusiastic railway offi- j life, so long as it is reasonable  .ials. Also it is usually safe to j and good-natured,  discount the glowing descriptions! Will the Western voice speak  .f the professional descriptive, for Adequate Protection or Mod-  iournalist. Nevertheless, the!grate Protection? Will it vote  >.eat expansion during the past j for Reciprocity or Exclusion?  '. velve months in banking dep'os- j Will it clamor for Inter-imperial  ts, clearinghouse returns, rail-j trade development or for a purely  ,vay earnings, customs revenues j" Canada First" policy? These  md in general business are all; are questions which are agitat-  additionai evidence that the ling many minds, financiers and  Dopulation of the country is I manufacturers as well as politi-  >-rowing-very fast. ; cians.   The latter is not the only  This    growth ��������������������������� in    population j class with its ear to the ground.  . iffects us in two ways; commer-j Sir Wilfrid Laurier has been  .ally and politically. It is easy j West and he has heard many  ;o foresee and realise the com-[opinions���������������������������imperialism in Winni-  nercial eft'eet; the political effect peg, free trade in Saskatchewan  s not quite so easily   estimated.'-. and Alberta, protection in British  ��������������������������� The present Dominion Parliament: Columbia. When he gets a corn's dominated by the East; thejposite tone from these many  growth in population being main- j clamors which disturbed his ears  ' y west, the centre of .influence! what will that composite tone  mist gradually shift westward. \ teach him? The Manufacturers  Already the people in the West; are going West next month, and  ire calculating on an  increase in! their triumphal march across the  ^presentation,     Manitoba    ex- continent is likely to have.some  )e cts fifteen members instead of  effect  on   that  composite  tone  :en. Saskatchewan will have at j which is to move- the Premier or  east eleven, and Alberta =ten. j lull him into security. That tone  'n other words, the three Prairie j is not complete. There are some  'rovinces   will   have   thirty-six; notes yet to be struck.  ��������������������������� nembers out of two hundred and  seventeen,   whereas a quarter of  ' i century ago they had less than  -.alf a dozen. At one time the  ;entre of political influence in  Oanada lay somewhere between  Montreal and Quebec. To-day it  ies somewhere between Montreal  md Port Arthur.    How soon  it  ��������������������������� vill reach the latter point is a  natter of speculation.    It may  ' )e in twenty-five years, and it  nay not be in fifty.  However,   the influence of the  /Vest is not to be gauged wholly  .y number of members of Par-  jament which it sends toOttawa.  Ilucirclepencls" upo'h "The" caTfbrcf  >f these members and  the unity  if the sentiment which they re-  )i:esent.   At present  the West  peaks   with   one   voice.    If   it  vants a new canal, a new trans-  ���������������������������.ontinental railway, a new immigration policy or a new elevator  >olicy, it matters little  whether  -he western- delegate be Conser-  'ative or Liberal, Government or  Opposition.   The West is in the  lappy    condition    of   knowing  what it wants, when it wants it,  Ynd how to get it.   In the East  here are certain classes of popu-  ation who are fat, wealthy and  comfortable,    and as  a  consequence the East does not shout  ���������������������������ery   loudly   when it  desires to  ,ee changes or improvements in  AGOODlJNE  FOR   EVERYBODY  Fop Sale Evepywfrepe  At present it cannot be seen  where the present tariff policy  has lost or gained, by the exhibitions of public opinion which  have occurred in the West this  year. So far there has been no  reason to believe that the West  woulcFbe pleased with a higher  tariff, but neither has there been  any reason to beiicve that it prefers lower duties to a Hudson's  Bay Railway. A decrease of two  and a half per cent, in the duty  on agricultural-- implements  would probably satisfy the West  in tariff matters for another ten  years.���������������������������Canadian Courier.  _  amily Flour  Makes the lightest, most delicious bread; gives best results.    Every baking makes more  BIG CHOICE LOAVES than other flour.   All representative grocers sell it.  The Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd. Enderby, B. C.  .Bomts4^  A $125  lewriter  for 17c  ay!  &  s.  ??.  The Oliver Typewriter Co.,  The Oliver Typewriter Bmliiinj.,  Chicago, III.  IN   THE   CHURCHES  C .IUKCII OF KNGLAND. St. Gooi-ko's Church,  ^ Enilerlry���������������������������Service every Sunday Sii.m., 11 a.m.  and 7.;'0 p.m. LATE celebration of Holy Communion 1st Sunday in month at 11 a.m. Sunday  School at IU a.m.    N. Enderby   Service at 3.15 p.  m., 2nd Sunday in month. Hullcar- Service at ���������������������������'! ; infln-e VPl'V natUl__llv fppls kindlv  p.m. .Hh Sunday in month. Mara-Si. vice at 2 p. I -> ULl&u )^\y ila0UXcU1 J -LtJeib lUUUiy  in. lat and 3rd Sundays in month. Regular meet- ! tOWai'd them, and When VOU get  inn of St. Guor.e's Guild last Friday in month at     - ���������������������������     - .      -   .      _ ���������������������������  F. J. Marshall, one of the  leading poultry judges of the  South, writes: After an experience of over a quarter of a century in the show-room, judging  and exhibiting,I have come to the  conclusion that the greatest secret of success in the show-room,  other things being equal, is the  trained show bird. Nothing in  my.estimation goes so far towards  showing all the good points a  bird may possess as to have him  so trained that the judge or his  attendant may handle him with  perfect ease. That he will stand  in any position in which he may  be placed, and is ever ready to  pose as if for a picture.  A judge will give such a specimen every point he deserves, and  the benefit of any doubts against  him.   In handling such birds the  ;> p.m. in St: Geo i_e's  Porter, Vicar.  Hall.   Rev.   John Leeeh-  TyTCTIIODlST CHURCH���������������������������Service, Sunday 7:30  ���������������������������"���������������������������*��������������������������� p. m. Junior Epworth League, Tuesday S p.  m. Prayer Meeting. Thursday S p. in. Sunday  School, _!::)() p. m.  C. P. CONNOR. Pastor.  P.RESHYTBRIAN CHURCH-Sunday School,  -1- i.10 p.m.; Church service, 11 a. m.; Young  People's mooting. Wednesday, 8 p.m.  D. CAMPBELL, Pastor.  POST OFFICE  HOURS���������������������������8 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.; mails close, south  bound, 10:00 m.m.; northbound, 1:00p.m.  the judge in his best mood you  get the best he has to give.  A few spare moments a day  devoted to handling and training show specimens will soon  convince them that you are their  friend and will do them no harm.  Have a few fine morsels of meat  or something to. tempt them,  while handling them. This will  put them in a good humor. .  For increasing  the vjeighi of is unnecessary here."  your show birds, after they have  been shipped to the show-room,  and perhaps lost quite a little in  transit, nothing helps more, and  is so safe to feed, as the regular  cooked and seasoned bologna sausage. It is highly seasoned, and  I do not know of a single case of  sickness attending its use, but,  on the contrary, it usually produces the best of health.  Feed grain dry, what they will  eat. up clean, and then follow  with sausage and water, and you  are ready for the weigher. Find  out when the weighing is to be  done, and have everything in  readiness. Attend to these matters yourself, as no one else can  or will.   BOOSTING ENDERBY  ..Thirteen..__pack_ _animals _ar.e_b.ein.-;.  used in bringing ore down from the  ���������������������������Idaho mine to thc railway at Alamo.  The shipment will be about four cars.  ���������������������������Slocan Record.  Waltey: Ribinsn is doing some quiet  boosting for Enderby in his travels  over the Northwest. He says the  crying need 'of the district, so far  as he can see, is literature about our  resources. Few people that he meets  are even aware that there is such a  town as Enderby on fche map. In a  recent Calgary paper Mr. Robinson  said: "Property is starting to move  lively at Enderby. Up till now it  has been a steady growth. People  now realize thc advantages of our  soil, climate1 and markets.   Irrigation  Born���������������������������At Lloydminstcr, Sask., Aug.  22, to Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thompson,  a son.  All the little improvements  that go to make for goodness,  comfort and style are here-1 he  Best Leather, the Finest Workmanship, and a last to fit moit  everybody.  ASK YOUR DEALER FOR  AMES-HOLDEN  SHOES .  i:3S_S33Sg_3333d.. /  ���������������������������^_  /  Thursday,   September 8, l9i0  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  b  to-  . 1  1.1  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  Mara, B.  Eldarnall Orchard  Enderby Rcpresentatlv  ANOR Li.  MATTHEWS.  Private  Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs; stylish drivers; n_wharness; everything up-to-date and  well-kept. When you wish a riff  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  Implements  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  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby.B.C.  The Philo System in the Poultry Yard  Contractors & Builders  L_timatc_ Furnished and Work Guaranteed  ��������������������������� ^ -' ^  We can  still show  the Goods  Some prime  stall-fed  beef  cut at the present time  on  Our Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  1 Q4&M>������������������&fr$Q>$>$QQ&$&$++$+*<>  =E.=Jr=Maek  o  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables<;  ENDERBY, B. C.  n  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and. Commodious Stabling for teams.  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists in- x  vited to give us a trial.  ������������������ _>$x������������������<$������������������$x$_>3>$><$>$>iH>_^^  Wide-awake poultaymen may  have noticed in many of the  leading journals of the country  an advertisement telling of, a  system capable of producing  $200.00 in six months from twenty hens, and with other startling  headlines. This is the advertising of the Philo System developed by E. W. Philo, a well-known  poultryman of Elmira, N. Y.  The book is now in its tenth edition, seventy-five thousand copies having been printed.  The secret of the Philo system  is to crowd much in little space  and yet have the stock do well.  The keynote tb the Philo system,  so far as there can be said to be  a dominating note, is small numbers together. A few eggs together in the inenbator (just as  there are but a few under the  hen), a few chicks together in a  broooder, a few youngsters together in a colony coop, a few  layers in a small house. The development of the system has  brought about the adoption of  this foundation _ principle, and  upon thiu foundation the great  success of the system is based.  ~Mr. Philo has found that the  more frequently the eggs are  turned in the incubator,- the better the hatch, other conditions  being right. He recommends to  turn the eggs three,times a day,  instead of twice as is generally  recommended, and he says there  will be no cripples in consequence.  He broods the chicks winter  and summer alike, in the brooder  without heat of any kind, the  theory being that with _ the right  device the natural heat of the  chick is ample for all purposes.  The tiny houses, or "colony  coops," in which Mr. Philo keeps  six head of layers, are most interesting, and they fully illustrate the "small units" basis of  the Philo system. They are but  three f set wide each, by six teet  long; and although but four feet  high to the eaves (five feet to  gable) they are two stories; the  upper floor is the roosting-Iaying-  feeding apartment; the ground  floor is, literally, a "ground  floor," and is the exercising  room. ���������������������������  Mr. Philo doesn't feed green  cut bone or beef  scraps' believ-  plots of ground, and as sturdy-  healthy birds as onc can see anywhere. The summer coop covers thirty square feet of ground,  and sixteen birds have a little  less than two square feet of  grounb space each.  The Philo system has produced  such remarkable results that I  sake special pleasure in being  able to indicate its methods here.  To get eggs when prices are  high, the Philo system advocates  changing the season for hatching,  so that the hens will moult in the  sprinf as naturally as they do in  the fall. This is done by each  year using only the early-hatched  cockerels and pullets as the  breeders. It will take several  years, however, before this plan  can meet with any degree of  success, Teis advice calls for  careful breeding, just as broodi-  ness has .been bred out, or rather  more or less reduced in some  breeds.  Philo claims that by proper  selection" and breeding it is possible to produce eggs that will  show good fertility, .and the  chicks will be as strong if hatch-  in winter as in June. Now if  the pullets are in condition to lay  through the winter, they will  moult during.tae spring, and will  be in good condition to-produce  high-priced eggs, during the fall  and winter, just at a time when  the spring-hatched pullets" will  on a vacation.  - The Philo system is particularly applicable to the small village  and city poultry ��������������������������� plant, and of  less merit to the average farmer  whose poultry ranges over many  acres.  CITY OF ENDERBY  \ l jingiie-getsi ust "as=gt> od^arv^egg5  yield and more hatchable eggs  without scraps, and says  "you  cannot get good,  hatchable eggs  when feeding green cut bone."  The eminent success of the  system as a whole is shown on  the little back-yard plant, where  Mr. Philo now has the sixth generation of birds hatched, reared  and kept by it, all on the  tiniest ���������������������������  OVER 68 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  -The dress goods window of thc Enderby Trading Co. is ��������������������������� attracting the  ladies this week.  Wheeler & Evans ' are interesting  their patrons this week with a photo  enlarging proposition.  J. W. Evans is disposing of his entire stock of harness at a big reduction. -The building occupied by Him  has been purchased by S. Poison.  Indians report the salmon running  in the river, and state that they are  catching big fish and lots of them.  Nightly they may be seen with torch  light and spear, moving slowly up  and down the river.  The man "who travels is proud of  his suit case���������������������������or he's not. The display of this useful article by the Pol-  son Mercantile Co. has drawn to  their    windows   many "who, "whether  are m-  of the  windows   many  they intend to travel or not,  terested in   the   high quality  cases.  Mrs. J. E. Bogart reports having  sold upwards of ?7.00 worth of crabs  off one tree this season, besides  the 75 pounds of the fruit kept for  home consumption and given away.  Her price was 35c a pail, or-3 cents  a pound. This brings the value of  the crabs on the tree to about ?10���������������������������  a record to be proud of.  JAMES MOWAT  Tradi Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Amyone lending a .ketch and description m������������������y  ' "   aaoertaln our opinion free whether an  "fc.  Communlee-  I00K onPeteaM  Inrentlon ia probably patentable.  Mom strictly confidential. HANDS  aent free. Oldest "   en oy for securing patent*.   irouch If turn A Co.  fprcfof not <_, without charge, In the  Patents taken throuth If turn & Ob. nseirs  Scientific American.  ��������������������������� handeomely lUutrated weekly. Large* ������������������_-  eolation of any scientific Journal. Terms- fer  Canada, $8.71 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  ail newedealen.  MUNNSCo.3818**"-* New York  Bwneh Office, 686 F St, Washington. D. C.  " SMALL DEBTS COURT'  SITS every Saturday, by appointment at   p.ra  Graham  Rosoman.   Police  and   Stipendiary  Magistrate.  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Life Insurance policy in the Royal Insurance Co.  of Liverpool, Eng,, is a valuable asset. A plain,  straightforward contract, leaving: no room for  doubt as to its value.  Thc Liverpool & London & Globe In.. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  British America Assurance Co,  Royal Insurance Coof Liverpool (Lifedcpl)  The London & Lancashire Guarantee &  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY  CITY OF ENDERBY  DELINQUENT TAX SALE  NOTICE is hereby gtfven that by Order of the Corporation of thc City of Enderby a public sale will  be held by the undersigned at the City Hall, Enderby, on the 10th day of September, 1910, at 2 p.  m., when the lands hereunder described will be sold by auction, in order to recover taxes delinquent and subsequent'taxes in arrear levied upon the said lands, together with interest, costs and  charges, unless the said taxes, interest, costs and charges are sooner paid:���������������������������  Name of Person Assessed  Flett, Peter ,  Roescr, F.  Description of Lands   .  Lot  S. Vi 13  Block  12  Registered Mapl  211A  211B  Amount of 'y  Taxes &  Interest  Costs &  Charges  58.87  8.50  $2.44  2.43  Total  $11.31  10.93  Dated at the City Hall, Enderdy, this 15th day of August, 1910.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, Collector.  Home in the Choicest  Spacious Grounds of one acre or more.  Conveniently situated for School and Business.  City Water, famous for its purity, now on the ground.  Lands bound to increase in value. = All adapted for fruits, large  and small; gardens and lawns.  Clearing and slashing now being done, leaving the ornamental  trees standing, making it park-like. .   _  'Terms are such as to make it within reach of any person desiring to secure a home in the most healthy and picturesque suburb' of  town.  For further particulars and list of    properties, apply to���������������������������  H.-.W. HARVEY    ^  Real Estate and Insurance Agent '���������������������������"  Agent for The National Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford;   The Nova Scotia Fire Insurance Co.,   The  London Guarantee and Accident Co., Ltd. '  ENDERBY  GRINDROD  I Hazelmere Poultry Ranch ;;  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings:  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.'  N. B. ���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns  and White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  Enderby, B. C.  ���������������������������  fAMOUS PEOPLE  BY FANNIE M. LOTHROP    <!__  '   __  &v.  .���������������������������bct_r.Il   _��������������������������� TcpkT. ORMI}  BARONESS MACDONALD OF EARNSCLIFFE  The "Widow of Canada's Great Statesman  The study of the, lives of great men- reveals in countless Instances that  their inspiration, stimulus, and constant source of new strength, was the.  love and companionship of a devoted woman. The debt of helpfulness that  the late Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's great Premier and statesman, owed  -to Lady Macdonald, his-second wife, cannot-be overestimated,-according-to-  the testimony of those wha'knew them both. "All that Lady Beaconsfleld  was to the Conservative Premier of England," says one, "Lady Macdonald  was to the Conservative Premier of Canada. Their understanding of each  other was complete."  On the island of Jamaica, tho birthplace of two other brilliant women  *���������������������������the Empress Joscphino and tho third Lady Holland���������������������������Lady Macdonald,  daughter of Hon. T. J. Bernard, a member of the Privy Council, was born  In 1836. Tho death of her father, whilo she was still a child, made it neces-  Bary to take her to England for her education. When she was eighteen, sho  came to Canada with her mother for a visit, her two brothers, Richard and  Hewitt Bernard, having entered the legal profession at Ottawa, and there  she met Sir John Macdonald. Thirteen years later, In 1S67, they wero  married in London. It was a red-letter year In the calendar of their lives  and the history of Canada, for it was th _ year in which the British North  American Provinces wero united into a federation. Sir John becoming  Premier and governing the New Dominion through Its trying first years.  Lady Macdonald accompanied her husband to Washington, and was with.  him during the long deliberations of the Joint High Commission which  resulted in the Treaty of Washington in. 1871. She was with him, too, on  that great trip over the new Canadian Pacifle Railway, whose very existence was so largely due to him, and the steel rails of which bound and  unified Canada into one great dominion as no bonds of law could ever do.  On the death of Sir John, in 1891, recognizing his splendid services  to'the Empire, and the zealous devotion.of hi3 widow to all the public  interests, Queen Victoria was graciously j>1 eased to raise her to the peerage  by making her a Baroness in her own right���������������������������the only Colonial thus honored  ���������������������������with the title Baroness Macdonald of Etrnscliffe. Besides her social and  philanthropic work, Lady Macdonald has written frequently for the magazines on Canadian topics dear to her heart Since 1896, when she disposed  of Earnscliffe, her beautiful home in Ottawa, she has resided in England.  Entered accon !!r_ *������������������ Act nf iho r arllnta.it ofTin._������������������. In tb.yc_rlM.bfW. C. Hack, ������������������t tha Depirtment of Asrlcultur*  Nothing can hold a town back but the  limitations its citizens put upon it.  !'. ft  ALL ABOUT HYPNOTISM  HOW YOU MAY PUT A SUBJECT  TO SLEEP.  Thero arc Some People Who Cannot bc Hypnotized Under Auy  Circumstances.  Wo have heard a good deal aboufc  hypnotism, and many pcople must  be anxious to try it lor themselves.  You know what it is, don't you?  Ycu first catch your subject and  then you make the necessary  "passes," and he falls into a deep  b.umber and is no longer responsible for his actions. Vcry often  you must meet people who are like  that, but they have not all been  hypnotized. In many cases it's  their natural state.  The great secret of hypnotism is  to have a steady eye and a strong  will. As soon as you begin to hypnotize your man you must not take  your eye from his till he shows  eigns of going to sleep. Don't, for  instance, allow your mind to wander to his watch chain, as you wonder whether it is real gold or not,  and whether he would miss ifc directly ho woke up or nofc till next day.  Many a promising hypnotist has  lost his chances iu life by grabbing  at the Bpoil too soon, writes Mr.  Arnold Go Id ^worthy in Pearson's  Weekly.  When the head of the subject  drops, on his chest it will appear  that the experiment has succeeded. B <t even then you must pro-  wed with caution Dy putting to him  come question of grave moment and  carefully noting his reply. You  might, for instance, ask him to lend  vou five dollars till Saturday, and  If he says he will be onl- too pleased, you will know that he is no  longer in his right mind, and thafc  you can proceed with the next stage  cf the experiment.  If, however, in reply to your  question he asks you whether you  are going off your head, you will  know that hc is still vcry wide  awake indeed, and requires a good  deal of careful handling.  DON"J_  REMOVE. VALUABLES.  He will get up all at once and  say that ho is a',well-known heavyweight champion and that you and  he are having ten rounds for a  purse of fifty pounds and half the  gate money. And while you are  trying to understand what language ho is speaking hc will have  caught you a nasty dipper under  the ear, and will be imploring you  to hold your face up so thafc hc can  smash ib into pulp.  It is therefore as well for the hypnotizer to make sure that thc door  behind him is wide open and that  ho has a clear-run, in case the question of his mastery over iiis victim  should be disputed by thafc gentleman himself.  Some people say there is no danger in hypnotism, while others contend that, on tho contrary, it is  nut a game for everyone to play  at.. You see, when you have succeeded in getting your man off to  sleep, you have always  at tho time, the doctor could only  attend to his business after that  under police protection.  It would seem, therefore, that if  you have an ambition to become a  hypnotist you should lose no "time  in strenuously trying to acquire  some other and less exciting hobby.  It is the only way.  _ -Cost of Opting   Ra''waysi  fblscram.' 'sHowuiq how the.rGro33.Eapr.ijios'of the.  YCansdianT .Railways1  oK  ._ . ���������������������������-_��������������������������� Ji\.    .  year. _er.d.no. June 30B \$Q&  * ���������������������������>    *"'*. ��������������������������� -f- ... '  Were -_ Spent.:  Personally I dislike the kind of  man who says he would like to be  hypnotized, and then wakes up  suddenly and ostentatiously removes his diamond scarf-pin for  fear it should be mislaid in thc  ' rush. A thing like that shows' a  v/anb of confidence in the hypnotiz-  cr, and unless your subject is prepared to trust you completely you  will never succeed in sending him  to sleep.  Wheu once your subject is "off,"  however, he will usually be quite  under your control, and if you ask  him to hand you over his valuables  he will do so witli positive cheerfulness, and even tell you where he  keeps the rest of his money and how  vou can get at it. I am studying  hypnotism jusfc now as diligently as  I can. Ifc seems to me that it beats  working all to fits.  A good test as to whether your  victim is under your control or nofc  __���������������������������_ .to-n.for-hin.-.q _allow-candlo-an_d_  tell hini it is a cigar. Hc will then  bite the tip off and ask for a match.  Cases have been known in which  thc act of biting off the end of thc  candle has brought thc victim back  to himself with a sudden jerk, and  as soon as he opens his eyes and  finds what you have been making  liim do, there is just a chance thafc  be. may be vcry. rude about it.  And then, again, it sometimes  happens that, from some cause that  Bcionce has nofc quite satisfactorily  *:>��������������������������� phiiricd, thc person Ihypno .i/.ed  docs not come completely under  thr, control  of thc  operator.  A SLLKPY SUBJECT.  There was a rather awkward case  recently where a hypnotize!' was  . experimenting in a London drawing-room before a distinguished  company. The young man who had  been hypnotized suddenly observed  that he fell frightfully sleepy and  v,ar going to bed, and hc had got  his coat and waistcoat off before hc  could be awakened and brought  back  to his company  manners.  The ordinary hypnotizer must always act very promptly. Directly  his'victim is asleep lie must be told  that he has no will of his own, but  must obey his master in all tilings.  If this precaution is not promptly  taken the victim may begin to  dream and commerce- to act upon  the fancies that come into his  brain.  For instance, suppose you havc  succeeded in putting to sleep a man  about twice your own size, and aro  trying to think up some way of  making him look cheap before the  girls. II lie thinks of something  first, .hf.ro U a dango.r that ho will  bo master of the sanation.  GOT TO WAKE HIM UP AGAIN.  Nothing is morc disconcerting to  the average hypnotist than to find  that the sleeper absolutely refuses  to wake at the word of command,  but- remains sleeping on like a log  of wood. What is to be done in  such a case.  Well, a book I once read on tho  subject says that the first thing'for  the hypnotizer to do is to keep  cool. Don't lose your presence of  mind. Explain to the horrified  company around you thafc you must  run upstairs and get your patent  magnet which never fails, and as  soon as you are outside tho room  you must make a bolt for the front  door and get over to New York as  quickly as you can.  Nevor lose your presence of mind  for a minute, whatever-you do, or  else one of the company will havo  you by the scruff of the neck in two  minutes, and you will "have the  handcuffs on you before you know  whero you are.  It is generally assumed that,  when a man has been hypnotized  and has not been awakened by tho  same influence that sent him to  sleep, he will gradually fall into a  natural slumber aud wake up in  due course of his own accord, but  a raw amateur cannot afford to take  a risk of that kind, and I know of  no better way of -settling the trouble than a hurried visit'to somo  country where extradition laws are  noi. yet in force.  Many people want to know what  is the use of hypnotism, and while,  of course, we cSnnot help pitying  their ignorance, we will always do  our best to explain. I mean, if it  isn't any use to know that a man  with a diamond ring and a fat  watch-chain is absolutely at your  mercy, and that when ho wakes up  hc will be under the impression that  he gave you the articles for a birthday present of his own free will-  well, what's the use of anything?  TEETH  ._.{.:..!  As a matter of iwe.i. science has  already found a ..-.:.��������������������������� _;>: hypnotism.  There was an CiS/cr.. rising dentist  once who tried h. >_.noticing his patients instead of giving them laughing gas, but the scheme didn't  wo.rk very well.  "^Hc-scntThis pati^t^ttTslccp-and"  then got his grippcrs to work on  the offending molar, and told the  patient that he was peacefully  a..lcep and therefore could nob feel  any pain. The patient replied in  abrupt and emphatic terms that thc  dentist was not speaking the truth,  as he was suffering agony, and, as  ifc is selfish to keep a thing to ourselves, thepaticntgot" up "and gave  the dentist a feeling of pain as well.  As soon as the dentist could open  his eye and had got his car oufc of  splints he took to using laughing  gas again, and for the moment  hypnotism'is oufc of favor in dentists' parlors.  Another curious freak of science  in reference to hypnotism was what  was known as the transference of  pain. By hypnotizing a couple of  people ifc was claimed that a troublesome and painful complaint  could bc transferred from one to  the other quite easily.  Y_umight.be suffering from acute  neuralgia, for instance, while your  friend Brown might bc in the very  best of health. The hypnotist would  pass his hand over you and then  command the pain to leave you and  go into Mr. Brown. And then you  would wake up feeling bright aud  ]clly while Brown would be writhing in agony on tho hearth-rug.  After a few experiments of this  kind, however, ifc was found that  this new boou to humanity was not  all that it was cracked up to bc.  Tho number of people willing to  bear toothache for someone else was  found to be extremely limited; and  if a do-tor managed to transfer  rheumatism from one of his patients to a hitherto healthy person,  without, tho knowledge of the latter  KEEPING NAVY'S SECRETS  STEALING  OF   PLANS GUAKD-  EI> AGAINST.  Octectives, Disguised   as Firemen,  Keep an Eye on Inquisitive  Slrungcrs.  Afc all the shipyards thafc build  for the British Navy the most careful precautions aro taken to prevent ^ inquisitive strangers from  learning what they are not intended to know. Th������������������ shipyard hands  themselves are watched as closely  as aro visitors, for in a yard employing fifteen or twenty thousand  men it is impossible for any ono  manager or foreman to know the  faces of ail the men.  The precautions taken differ  slightly in the various yards, bub  thc following description of th������������������ methods adopted by a great shipbuilding firm on the Clyde will show thc  care that is taken to insure that  every man on the premises is thero  for a lawful reason.  Everyone of the thousands of employees has to carry a brass ticket  with a number punched on it. This  he has to produce on demand when  working on the new warship. There  aro always several detectives on  board, some of them dressed as  firemen, so that a man may bc asked for his ticket and his name two  or three times a day. In' any  suspicious case the workmen's register is consulted. If the number  and the name do nofc tally there is  trouble.  DETECTIVES EVERYWHERE.  At every entrance to tho yard  other detectives are stationed. No  o*": carrying a ��������������������������� parcel, however  small,'is allowed to enter, in case  that parcel might contain a camera.  When the workmen are leaving  the yard afc night these detectives  stop aboufc one man in twenty and  search him from head to foot.  Thc plans of thc new warship are  kept under lock-ancl-key when not  actually in use. Plans of ordinary  vessels, on the other hand, aro left  lying aboufc on  desks for convenience. The  ing-office itself is, of course, formally locked every evening.  Dcteefcives arc sometimes stationed at the gangways leading on to  fche new ship to make assurance  dcubly sure.  The engine-room and the range-  finding apparatus arc the parts of  the ship thafc havo the most valuable secrets to keep. The range-  finding apparatus is part of the  Cre-control station, and on a battleship is piacecl inside the mast,  ,j y s t=,v/-h s-rc-th e=th-i-e e-4-r-i-p ocl s=n ieet _=  To show the care taken to keep  these secrets one might mention the  case of an apprentice engineer who,  boy-like, onc day slipped up to sco  what thc mysterious range-finding  apparatus was like. When ho left  he forgot his chisel, which had an  initial scratched on ifc. For weeks  after thero wero thc most searching inquiries alter the-owner.-Bufc  th_ owner was prudent enough nofc  to claim his property.  CAUGHT SMOKING.  The detectives once determined to  make sure that no onc was stowed  av. ay in thc submerged torpedo-  room of a certain ship. This.room  is at the very keel of a ship, and  only to be entered by a water-tight  man-hole door. So they opened  Un- water-doors in the ship's side.  Promptly there came up through  the nuwi-hole two small damp riv-  ctiers who had hidden there for a  quiet smoke! The penalty for  smoking on board, by the way, and  even for carrying matches, is instant dismissal.  Sometimes, however, there is a  really serious case. While one of  the newest cruisers (one of the  three Invinciblcs) was on her trials  two men boarded her at night as  she lay at anchor. They were at once  handed over to thc police.  A day or two later, just before  the great test trial, the engineer  in charge thought it would bc advisable to havo a look at the interior of thc turbines before steaming, in order to make sure that  thevo was no rubbish that might  damage thc delicate turbine blades.  NIGHT AND DAY SHIFTS.     ;  When they were opened too heavy  ^omjsarative"ffour_3rfor' United    Stiffs   Railways..  ��������������������������� a re vsHowtV-'ln' "outer cirde.1)  ��������������������������� -Pros. Earniriijjs ^ 145,056,3561  the drawing-office  draw-  ik>fj>d //He shows Me exfe/rf to tvfy/c/r tfte^cosf cf~l&6oi*  Wo<//d vfr/msre/y de //Tcr&jsec/, _���������������������������/?y &s conseyue&f e&ec/- o/t;.  Ssffer/TTtznts am/ /^/nances <yM& ^ffz/nv^s. A* me increase?  $/te������������������ve& 6/ /#_���������������������������_ ffcort/  c/> Co/tc///&fto/^jrp���������������������������Tr*ii*frrett^*/*?* "  Igrafifw/. ~~'~ ~~ "'   ~~  A prominent railway official has  pent the accompanying- diagrams and  statement to Tlie Star as an answer  to tho assertions being made regarding the share the employes should en-  Joy of the railroad's earnings:   -  "The above diagram should prove  Interesting to the general public, to  railway, managers, and employes. It  should be of some help also to conscientious statesmen who are often  asked to throw tho harpoon into tho  railroad before the latest wound has  healed. It will surprise some people  to learn that, according to Govero-  mont reports, 43.5S per cent of the  gross   earnings   of  Canadian . railways  goes  to   labor  direct,     as    compered  with 41 per cent, paid on the same  account by American roads. This is  largely"' duo to the climatic conditions  and to the lower earning power of the  Canadian  railways.  "Moreover, American roads, covenivg  about the same territory as Canadian  roads cover, operate through a set';l'_[  country, serving 87,000,000 people*,  whilo Canadian roads have only 7,000,-  000 to serve.  "J.n addition to the 43 per cent of  gross paid for labor, 70 per cent, of  the money paid on account of fuel and  oil, representing !������������������.7 per cent, of rross  earnings', goes to the men who mine  coal and boil oil. This .ring's the  amount paid to labor directly and In-,  directly up to 52.65 per cer.t." of the  earnings. Thc cost of upkeep, materia!, equipment, and supplies eats up  S.82 per cent, of thc gross earnings, 6.02  .peiv_cent-^.of"-wJilch=c. frs^to^ihe^men-  \vho work with their heads and ha .ds  lo produce thc.e Items and articles.  "So wo find that the railway pays  out close to CO per cent, of every dollar taken in for labor.  "The fact that Canadian ra .way*!  pay considerably more of each dollar.  on thi _ account than Is paid by thai*  American competitors refutes the dt-;  gument that American man u fact urea  come to Canada In order te secure1  cheaper labor.  "Naturally our winters being longer  and harder and our days shorter than  the   winter*   jand  ;.*_���������������������������'������������������   are'   farther  south, our railways get less out of the.  day . work..  "Another point against our railway  Is that nearly every American line  running east and west passes throng _  or near some vast coal field. Canadian  roods Siaye net only to haul their cool  great distances, but lit addition have  to pay a heavy duty on every ton ot  coal they import, a serious handicap.  "The tendency in Canada, as In tlie  States for' tho past decode, has been  raised twees, and at the eatne time  reduce the rates to reduce the earning  power aad Increase tho fixed charges.  In the meantime during tho past ten  fears  the wages of railway employes  n Canada have been    Increased      by  nearly to per cent.  "So all things considered Canadian  railways. moke a , splendid ehowlng  from most aoy viewpoint, and they unquestionably have in many respects  a harder row to ho������������������ than havo the  American lines, with whom for transcontinental traffic they must compete.  "Always when planning war on the  railway, _thb railway employe has to  ���������������������������keep in mind the benefits, accrul _jj  from pension or superannuation funds,  the saving of years, which are lost to  him if he severed his connections with  the road. As the railways contribute  largely to this fund, Ihey very nature  ally insist upon an oversight of that  departmentr-^In^the-^case^ot^n.���������������������������rocent-  strHce at "Winnipeg one faithful old  employe had but a year to serve before  becoming eligible for benefits, but ha  was forced to walic out and lose ������������������  life pension.  j  > ������������������.:���������������������������"��������������������������� '��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ,������������������  ���������������������������  i::::^_*V:\.^;iUl:  _��������������������������� o ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������.���������������������������  4. ��������������������������� 7/"  ---���������������������������,_���������������������������- ������������������. ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ��������������������������� -  _  ������������������  ',"1 * .* .* .^^,.^^^^^^^' .v.* * .* i .* .*  '"���������������������������'��������������������������� ��������������������������� "��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  /I���������������������������.���������������������������.* .i. .*-'.. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������"J  VGERMANy;.  o03 Per Sar. Mile  UNITED STATES  30Fbr.5qr.Mile'  2 PerSqr. Mila  BRITISH ISLES  370PerSqr.Mil_  When a new design is being used  for a '."warship all the draughtsmen  engaged on tho work arc 'formally  sworn to secrecy. About .10,000  drawings arc needed for each ship,  among which are- some 5,000 for the  hull, 3,500 for the machinery, and  500 for the gun mountings.  The Navy's secrets ;ire indeed  w_ll -guarded.���������������������������Pearson's Weekly.  ._*-  POPULATION .PER SQUARE MILE  rn i hi n mm itir-irrrnn .~m . _r _ i iniiii ur ���������������������������miswiii iin���������������������������ijummm  steel chisels were found inside. If  the engines had been started damage would have been done that it  would have taken months to set  right. Two draughtsmen, foreigners, were dismissed on suspicion.  During trials, by the way, a ship  k. not rit'n by Navy men, but by  shipyard men.  On the same ship a, fire broke out  about the same time in the engine-  room. Some oil fuel storage tanks  had caught fire. The fire was be-  1'cvcd to have been intentional, and  six men were dismissed, two of  them foreigners.  Some time ago a detective entered a gun turret on a ship that  \.as being built at this yard, as he  suspected that someone was smoking inside. He was felled at once  with a hammer. The criminal was  never discovered.  When thc night-shift firemen take  charge of a ship at night the first  thing they do is to search evcry  part of thc ship from stem to stern.  Not until this is dune are the day-  shift man allowed to leave.  Take your time, but   keep your  hands off the time of busy people.  A blind man, guided by a larg������������������  and athletic   dog, went   down th������������������  street the other day.   Just as they,  turned a corner the blind man's dog  saw a dog it knew and darted for-;  ward in a way that threw the sight-1  leys mendicant to.thc ground. H ..  war   speedily assisted  to  his feet,  however,  by a  waggish passer-bTJ  who  remarked that he had heard^  some rcmarkablo stories of the feat_(  performed by dogs, but    this waC  the first time he   had ever known'  ono to pulldown the blind.  #1  '__ &  BABFS OWN TABLETS r  OURS SUMMER COMPLAINTS  i.  Baby's Own   Tablets   should be  kept in every   home   where there  are infants and young children, and  at first sign of illness  during the  hot summer months they should be  given to the little one.'   At no time  of the year is baby in such danger  ' as in summer.   Summer complaints  come    on so    quickly    that unless  prompt aid  is at hand  the  little  one may be beyond help in a few  hours.    The Tablets never fail to  relieve thc sick child, and if occasionally given to the well child they  wiil keep him well.    Mrs. P. Lar-  ,oche,    Les   Fonds,    Que., says:���������������������������  "Last summer   my   baby suffered  severely  from  stomach and bowel  troubles   but the   prompt   use   of  IBaby's Own Tablets saved his life."  The Tablets are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail  at 25  cents  a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medi-  cine Co.,   Brockville,  Ont.  WHY THE QUACK PROSPERS  HIGH PRICES.    ,  Who steals my purse is trash,  But though it may seem queer,  Thc man who steals my daily bread  If an honored financier.  Worms derange    the whole system.   Mother Graves' Worm' Exterminator deranges worms and gives  rest to the sufferer. -> It only costs  ���������������������������'..5 cents to try it and be convinced.  A quack and a doctor of great  learning once fell into conversation.  .Th. regular doctor said to the  other, "How is it that you, without education, skill, or the least  knowledge of medicine, are able to  live in the style you do ? You have  your town house,'your carriage,  your m tor-car and your country-  house, while I can little more than  pick up a bare subsistence."  The quack, so the story goes,  laughed good-naturedly.  "Look here," said "he. "How  many people do you think have  passed us on this street here since  you asked that question?"  "Well," said the other, "about  one hundred."  "And out of that hundred how  many do you think possesses good  common sense?"  "Possibly cue," was the reply.  "Well," said the quack, "that  one comes to you, and I take caro  of the ninety-nine."   -.  IMPOSSIBLE.  "How do  nia?"  "Say the multiplication table up  to 12 times 12!"  you overcome  insom-  it  'But I can't get the baby to learn  Attacks of cholera and dysentery  come  quickly,  there  seldom being  any warning, of the visit.   Remedial  action must be taken just as quickly if the patient    is to be  spared  great  suffering and permanent injury to thc lining membranes of the  bowels.    The  readiest"preparation  for the purpose is Dr.  J. D. K'el-  lcgg's Dysentery Cordial.    It can  be  got at small cost at any drug  sic re or   general   dealer's,   and it  will afford  relief   before a doctor  can bc called. ������������������  TREES THAT TRAVEL.  Continents     Exchange   Trees    of  Many Kinds.  In connection with  a recent demand   of  German   nurserymen  for  seeds of the Montana larch, to bo  planted in   Germany,  the    curious  fact is brought out that white pine  seedlings are to -be imported from  Germany to be planted in the province of Ontario.      Now thc white  pine is    indigenous    to    America,  and was    transplanted    to Europe  many years   ago,   to reinforce the  forests there.    It has flourished so  well m the Old World that it now  appears that the German nurserymen are able to deliver white pine  seedlings on this side of the ocean  mere cheaply than American nurserymen will furnish them.       The  interchange of trees among the various continents is a most'interesting, development of modern civilization.      Besides    the    white pine,  Europe   has  taken    from    us th*  Dcuglas fir and thc black walnut,  aul we have taken the eucalvptus  from Australia    and the   Norway  spruce and   Scotch   and   Austrian  pine from Europe.  UNBROKEN.  Bridget���������������������������"I    never     break  my  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  AN IMPROVEMENT.  . "I suppose," said the party with  the butt-in habit, "that you are  biinging up your children to follow  in your footsteps?"  I     __V_S_.RJ>a_ _^iVF7,^  K,ND   VOU  [,    HAVE ALWAYS HAD.-Oy.__g to the err cat  I.   jopularity  of   'The   D. .* *L������������������   Menthol  WI. "aster unscrupulous waiters arc nuttine  ���������������������������<   up one like it.   Made by Daiia * Lawrcnc_  . -.,   vO.  [?:   fi ���������������������������  v ."John,", queried her husband's  ..wife, "if some bold, bad man were  i to kidnap me, would you offer a  ^ regard?" "Certainly," replied  the wife's husband. "I always re-1  ward those who do me a favor."  word,  mum  Mrs. Hiram Offen���������������������������"That is very  remarkable;' it's about -the only  thing you haven't broken since you  have been here."  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget In Cows.  THE MAIN OBJECTION.  "No," said the principal constituents with a shudder, "we can  .ever vote for that man for the  council. He would be suspected  from his very occupation. He is a  gardener." ,'  |'What has that to do with it "  asked the candidate's friend.  "Naturally, he would take to  grafting."   .  ^ Small    but   Potent.���������������������������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are small, but they  are effective in action. . Their fine  qualities as a corrector of stomach  tioubles  are  known to   thousands  a rd they are in   constant demand  everywhere    by   those    who know  what a safe and simple remedy they  are.   They need no introduction to  those acquainted_with them, but to  these who may not know them they  arc presented as the best preparation on the market for disorders of  tbe stomach.-  ^Jonsult   us   'with   regard   to^your   Investment.  We have the facilities for assisting in selecting the  security most suitable for your individual requirements  Our Quarterly list of  BOND OFFERINGS  July 1st, 1910  // compiled and ready for distribution.     Copy sent on request:  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL BONDS  To yield 4% to 5%  RAILROAD B0ND3  To yield 5% to 6%  CORPORATION AND PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS  To yield 4 J_ % to 6%  PROVEN INDUSTRIAL BONDS  To yield 5}4% to 6%  The  legality has  been  approved on  all issues.     Copy ef our  Solicitor's opinion furnished to prospective purchasers.  wmmoRMwmm  CORPORATION-LIMITED  TORONTO. MONTREAL.LOMDO/i.ErtG.  Not me," replied the fond parent. "I'm making a strenuous effort to bring them up in the way  I should have gone."      _'  A    Standard   Medicine.���������������������������Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,  compounded    of  entirely    vegetable    substances  In Fields Far Off.-Dr. Thomas' [,v���������������������������n to have a revivifying and sa-  nown in Australia.! htory effect upon the digestive or-  Eolectric Oil is,known in Australia. -,        _,   *-~, -������������������-z ���������������������������  South and Central America as well f1. s'have through years of use at  as    in   Canada   and   the   United: *fmed s<! cmm���������������������������nt a ��������������������������� Position that  and    its    consumption  in-i$fy r?"k a\a standard medicine.  It has made its  *b* ,aill.ng +fhould  "member this.  |) own way, and all that needs _o be  Simp_��������������������������� in .* ..31_ composition, they  States, and  [I creases each year.  done is to keep its name before the  public.    Everyone knows that it is  to bc had at any store, for all mer-  !'>, chants keep it.  Mfnar__ Liniment Co., Limited.  .Gents,���������������������������I  cured a valuable huntin" doe of  ?_J_,_W _h MINARD'S UNIME���������������������������  afti 5e"  mm any permanent good. .     *  Yours &c,  X.., _r������������������ <*������������������ H^^fflW  A fltTerlnf tut. the same as lemon or vanilla.  Brj_i.yly.ofr grannUted refer in water an!  adding Maplelne. a delict otu ijnupUmadeand  a syrep net _r tn aa v_bU. Map Mae U sold bf  Sffocers. If not eend Ste fee J _. bettie en_  net],   book. CryciBjiflg. Co.. Seattle. W_.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  Small Bay���������������������������"Pa, what is an opfci-  ini_t?" Pa���������������������������"An optimist, my son,  is a man who doesn't care a rap  what happens so that it doesn't  happen to him."  can be assimilated by the weakest  stomach and are certain to have a  healthful and agreeable effect on  the sluggish digestive organs.  A man can repent of almost anything if it hits his pocketbook hard  enough.  _ lady writes: "I was enabled to  |i=remove-the-corns.=root=and4.ran__7  by the    use    of Holloway's    Corn  Cure."    Others  who have tried it  have the same experience.  Ilcil, Wen It, Weary, Watery Eycn.  Relieved By Murine. Eye Remedy. Trv  Murine For Your Eye Troubles. You  Will Like Murine. It Soothes. 50c At  Your Druggists. Write For Eye Books.  Free.   Murino Eye Remedy Co., Toronto.  NOT WISE ONES.  "Are you going to. take in summer boarders this vear, Josiah?"  "All we kin, sir."  EVERY HOME NEEDS a remedy that is  adapted for use in ca*e of sudden accident  or illness. Such a one is "Painkiller."  25c. a bottle. Avoid substitutes;'' thero is  but ono "Painkiller "--Perry Davis'���������������������������25c.  and 50c. - _.   0  "Oh, I'm in such trouble. My  little Willie's got lost!" " "Well,  well, it'll be all right! Every one  in the neighborhood knows him!"  "Oh, nobody'11 know him to-day,  because I've just washed him!"  Only those who have worries can  affo"d to look worried.  PREFERRED CREDITORS.  Citizen���������������������������"Why   don't you go to  wcrk?"  Tramp���������������������������"Don't  world owes mc a  .Citizen���������������������������"Then  collect it."  Tramp���������������������������"Can't.  have  living,  why.  to.     The  _  don't -you  The world has  too many preferred creditors.  j A grocer enjoys thc unenviable  j; notoriety of selling thc worst goods  j.' in thc district, but ho has not re-  / covered from thc shock he got tho  " other day when a little girl came  \ into thc shop and said :���������������������������"My ma  5 eentmc for two pounds of your best  tea to kill rats with, and a pound  finest ham, and mind and cut it  ;, in good thick slices, for it is to.sole  :.\anc '���������������������������--,  '   ���������������������������"   ' -   '   "  p\of  "EXTREME^CON SIDERliTIONr5  Annette, aged 3, has two vcry  talkative little sisters and sometimes she finds it difficult to make  herself heard at .the table.  One day when the others had  been monopolizing the conversation  longer than she liked, Annette  raised her finger with a warning  gesture and _whispcrcd_.half .aloud,  "Everybody keep still, my foot's  asleep."  DIDN'T RECOGNIZE IT.  Miss Fit/.���������������������������"Qucor thing about  thc French people."  Mr. Car?���������������������������"What's queer about  them?"  Miss Fitz���������������������������"Why, when I was in  Paris last summer I couldn't even  make them understand their own  language.  Canadian Appreciation  Langham Hotel, London.  Gentlemen,���������������������������I wish to express my appreciation of the 38  h.p. Daimler which you have delivered to me. Before shipping the car to Canada.I made a three weeks' trial of it, covering Borne 1,200. miles. The car rah, perfectly, and I never  had the slightest trouble of'any kind, and I think it quite lives  up to the many claims you make for-it. The silence, smoothness of running, and power of acceleration- on hills is really  remarkable.  My petrol consumption was 16 miles to the gallon; including a great deal of driving in traffic.    The tyres show no appreciable signs of wear, and I think it will prove light on tyres.  ,   I am really delighted with the car.���������������������������Yours sincerely,  (Signed)   C. A. BOONE,   of Toronto, Canada.  "The fltosr  Successful  Car of the  year1909"  The Daimler Mote, r Co,, o.c_) Limited,  COVENTRY,   ENGLAND.  WK WAX T BOYS, GUU.  TO WORK KOH  us  spare   time,   mako   $5  overv   woo!.,  ?araP'e Jind terms,  10c.   Dominion  Mail Order , 9nr Iwmc treatment.   Write  us  before" too   r--    .���������������������������..*    wwi.ua,     juu,       1_  _oi _o, Station I)., Toronto.  f'1 ANCER; Tumors, Linn. ., etc.   Internal  J    and externa], cured without pain by  Into     T)r.  Bellman   Medical   Co.,   Limited,  t>  SHE COULD IMPROVE IT.  "Don't you like that quotation  frcm Shakespeare: 'The. friends  thou hast and their adoption tried,  grapple them to thy soul with hoops  of steel' 1" he asked,  soulfully.    ..,  "I think hoops-of gold would be  better," said the girl, shyly.  The milk of human kindness often  tastes of the can.  Inquisitive people acquire a lot of  informati n that isn't so.  Never  frame.  judge   a   picture    by its  Any man who looks for trouble is  blind to his own interests.  Many a man tries to stand on his  rights who hasn't any.  Change tliat Uinpi.ifl., useless horse  into a sound, healthy horse, willing  and eager to do a good day's work.  Doa't let a Spavin, Curb, Splint,  Sprain, Ringbone or any other lameness keep your horse in the stable.  Cure it with  Kendall's  Spavin Cure  It cures without ..leaving a. scar,  blemish or white hairs���������������������������because it does  not blister.  Port Kails, B.C., June Hth 1D03  "Have been usin . yottr I.iniment for  years and find it all that you represent.  Have not been without It for 10years."  GEORGE GORDON.  tl. a bottle���������������������������6 for $5. Excellent for  household use. Sold by all dealers.  Ask for free book "A Treatise On The  Horse " or write us for copy. 55  DR. B. J. KENDALL CO. Enosbirg FalJ . Vt  ___ssa__2_o  MAKE MONEY ON MUSIC. TUItE..  pieces ehect music, 10c. Biff bargain  list free. Meteor Pub. Co., Chatham,  Ontario.   FEATHER   DYEING  Cleaning and Curling and Kid Gloves cleaned.  - ..Tho.se can be .out by post, le per oz.     -  The he . place i������������������  BRITISH  AMERICAN   DYEING CO.  MONTH KAT,.  Is Your Hearing Good 7  Tho nEAR-O-PnONB will give you the  benefits of k'ood hearing. Send (or Iree  booklet, giving pnrlioulari. nnd names  Cf Butt .fled users. Also  Special Offer for a Month's Homo Trial.  THE BRAND ELECTRO OZONE LIMITED,  13.   Spadlna   Avenue,   Toronto.  Co.lingwoor],  Out  en s ilnf _>er$itv  and ���������������������������o!S. ge  KINGSTON  ONTARIO.  ARTS  EDUCATION  THEOLOGY  MEDICINE  SGENCE (Including Engineering)  The Arts com.e may be taken without  attendance, but students desiring to graduate must attend  one session.   There  were   1517 students registered session  1909-10.  For Calendars, write the Registrar,  GEO. Y. CHOWN, B.A.  **         King_.on, Ontario.  KEEP   AWAY  Radway. Ready Relief   cures   tho   worst  pains in   from one  to.  twenty .minute.  For Head ache  (whether riok or  nervous),  Toothache, Neuralgia,  Bhenm .tiem,  Lumbago, pains and weakness  in the hack, spine or kidneys,  around the liver,  pleurlav,  eweUlng  of tho joint*, and pains of all kinds, Bad-  wa.     Ready Relief will in a few days  foot a permanont euro.  THE DIFFICULTY.  "It takes nine tailors to make a  man, "said   the    quotation fiend.  "Yes,"    replied    Reginald,    "but  how do  you V  you get so many to trust  Minard's Llnimont Cures Diphtheria.  For Half a Cent a Day.  Horn Flies, Gad Flies, Blow Flies, Flics  of every kind, Mosquitoes, Lice and .11  worrying- insects keep entirely clear of the  animals to which  Cooper's Fly Knocker  has been applied. Easily put on with m  ���������������������������prayer, and costs less than one cent a  day for each animal. Protects wound������������������  from fly-blows and inflammation. Mora  than pays for Itself in extra, milk, extra  beef, less feed nnd more work from horses.  ��������������������������� 1.7* A GALLON  ���������������������������Oo.     A   QUART  WM. COOPER * HEPJ1EWS  TORONTO,  <?'. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,   September 8, 1910  Reeves'  Die Emulsion  of Pure Codliver Oil  with . Hypophosphites  of  Lime and Soda  A Reliable Remedy  for  Pulmonary Diseases  Coughs  and General Debility  If the hot summer has run  down the system^ this  remedy will build it up.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Knderby  SIDE-STEPPING THE LAW  "We have just received  a lot of  mrniture  and have more coming  00_<XKK>CK)<_K)0<>OCKX;'OC-<. o  Lowest Prices in the  Valley ���������������������������  oc<>oc<k><>o<><x>oo_k>^^  For the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,   Rugs   and    Mats.  W. T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Underl;nl.ur  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  Weak Kidneys  Make Weak Bodies  As one weak link weakens a chain  so weak kidneys weaken the whole  body and hasten the final breaking  down.  Overwork,  strains,  colds and other  causes injure the    kidneys, and when  their activity is   lessened, the whole  body suffers   from the excess of uric  ~xTois6n"ci"r"ciilat_tt=i_r.h'e^blood.  Aches and pains and langour and  urinary ills come, and there is au.  ever-increasing tendency towards diabetes and fatal Bright's disease.  There is no real help for thc sufferer  except kidney help. Booth's Kidney  Pills act directly on thc kidneys and  cure every kidney ill.  Mrs.    Jane - Fabery,  Ave.,  Winnipeg, Man., says:  After suffering dreadfully with rhcu  When Mayor Bell said before the  convention of B. C. Municipalities,  that the consequence of law breaking  is more law breaking, he expressed a  profound truth, if not a new one.  The Municipal Act is most particular in setting forth such property  and places as shall bc exempt from  taxation in all incorporated, cities in  British Columbia. Under this Act.it  is set forth that the following property and places shall bc exempt from  taxation:  "Every place of public worship and  every burying ground not exceeding  5 acres, and evcry public cemetery;  every public school, court house,  gaol, house of correction, lock-up  house and public hospital, with the  land attached thereto and the personal property belonging to each of  them."  Read over this list again. You will  note that private residences used as  parsonages are not nretioncd. Now  read Section 64, of the Municipal  Clauses Act:  "Notwithstanding    any law to the  contrary,    a   municipal council shall  act have the power to grant to any  person or corporation any particular  privilege,  or give   any bonus,  or exemption from   any   tax   or rent, OR  REMIT ANY TAX   or rate levied or  rent   chargeable,    UNLESS the same  is embodied in a by-law which, before  the final   passage   thereof   has   been  submitted to the electors of the municipality who are entitled to vote upon a   by-law   to   contract   a    dobt,  has received   the   assent of not loss  than three-fifths   the number of electors who   shall   vote   upon such bylaw.   Any such by-law which docs not  receive thc assent   of the electors as  aforesaid shall not be valid."  This clause in the Municipal Clauses  Act has been religiously ignored by  Bnderby City Council every year  since Mayor Bell took thc chair as  Mayor. There is no double meaning  to the clauses quoted above. Any  man can understand them. The intent and purpose of all taxation is  that the expense of maintaining the  city or town shall be borne equally  by all partaking of the benefits of its  laws and general improvements. If  one person is exempted from taxation  or thc taxes levied by the assessor  are remitted, it means that the rest  of the ratepayers must pay that  much more or do with that much  less. Hence thc law makes it imperative tliat all the ratepayers shall  say whose taxes shall be remitted  if tl _re is to be any taxes remitted.  The men in control, however, have  ignored this requirement of the law,  and each year you will find on the  minute book a notation reading as  follows:  John Doc, refund of taxes levied  on Methodist parsonage  ...$14.15  Richard Roc, refund, of taxes p'd  on St. George's church parson-  Charlotte for Seattle this morning,  says the Vancouver Province. Mr.  Barker is the financial ^editor of the  Philadelphia North American and  also special writer on the staff of the  Saturday Evening Post.  He takes especial interest in Canada, and has dealt exhaustively with  social and commercial conditions in  the Dominion) at frequent intervals in  the columns of thc Saturday Evening  Post. Speaking of his present trip he  stated that hc was much impressed  with the possibilities of the prairie  provinces, especially with the excellent showings of the grain fields. He  thinks that the influx of American  immigrants is going to bc a great  factor-in the development of these"  provinces, particularly of Alberta.  BOARD OP TRADE MEETS  A well-attended meeting of the Board  of Trade was   held   in the City Hall  last Thursday evening.   Several matters of importance were discussed. A  committee consisting of Messrs. Harvey,   Moffet    and    Rosoman was appointed    to    gather   statistics as to  tonnage and    future    business promising, and lay it before the officials of  the Canadian Northern to encourage  them to consider Enderby as a divisional point for the proposed branch  in the Okanagan; also showing them  the   importance    of   the Mabel Lake  and Trinity    Valleys, opening to the  east of Enderby.     A committee consisting of Messrs. Lawes,' Elson, Harvey,    Murphy   and   Little   was     appointed to gather a display of apples  from Enderby to be exhibited at the  National Apple    Show at Vancouver.  Mr. Murphy offered to drive the men  who could select   the best fruit over  thc district,    and   the object will be  to get quality   more   than quantity,  so as to keep thc cost of the exhibit  down to the minimum.  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ��������������������������� a  r  t  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  4  i  ::  DON'T  SHOOT PRAIRIE CHICKEN  The order in council opening the  season for Columbia or sharp-tailed  grouse (commonly known as Prairie  Chicken) has been rescinded with respect to the electoral districts of  Kamloops, Okanagan and Yale. These  birds may not be shot at any time  in these districts this year. A notice  to this effect has been circulated by  the Provincial Game Warden.  ��������������������������� When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  Act uprightly; dirt may stick to a  mud wall, but not to polished marble  age   1772ir  Tlie names and thc amounts may  be different each year, but the principle will be thc same. The law is  being side-stepped and "we are thc  poorer in integrity" for. our so doing. And, too, what makes it worse,  thc law is being side-stepped to benefit financially,    if   not   morally, thc  of 5G9 Pacific, supposed highest teachers of law oh  iscrvance.      It is true, thc word "refund" is used,    but it is only a tcch-  matism in my right hip, and terrible | nicai  cvasion   of    thc   ]aw#   Nobody  pains across my back for years, I am 'could successfully controvert that. It  more than pleased to say that Booths ' js piltcnt Lo all. Other cities do not  Kidney Pills have cured me. The.(1oso. Our neighboring towns do not  rheumatic pains in my hip were so |,.Crmit it. When the town was not  severe   Lnat I   could    not lie on my ; incorporated   the    Provincial  Govern-  right hip at all and could hardly  move in bed. .My back was so weak  and painful that after stooping over  I could not straighten up for some  moments, and when I would attempt  to do so, I could scarcely bear the  pains that would shoot all through  me. I had tried all kinds of remedies for this trouble, without finding  relief. Booth's Kidney Pills have  done their work well in my case,and  I shall always have a good word of  praise for them." .  For sale in   Enderby by A. Reeves.  CPMM&V HIOH-O-'ME)  CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronchitis, Croup. Coughs and Colds, or  money back.    Sold and guaranteed by  ment did not do.it. Our churches  arc building larger every year. The  people of Enderby are putting up  liberally in support of them. Why  should they ask to be excused from  paying taxes on the private homes  of the men supported through them?  And if they do not ask it, by what  authority do the men in control  grant it? And in.thc face of a law  to the contrary, too!  BRITISH COLUMBIA BEST EVER  "Throughout my travels in the  United, States and Eastern Canada,  on behalf of the publications which I  represent, I have never seen such a  section of thc\continent offering such  vast possibilities as the Province of  British Col.in.bia_"  Such was thc striking and emphatic  statement of Mr. Samuel Barker,  prior to   embarking   on, the Princess  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.  _4<>><)4-<>^<>4-CHfo-fo4<>4K>+<>4^> o+_^-f_^<>4<>+<>>o^>+K>+_^  Girls' Coats and Sweaters  Children's, Boys' and Youths'  Sweaters  Knitted Skirts for the Ladies  o+_4H>fo^4H0+_4 _-+_-+<>+o+oo-f _-4_^>^f_^+o4o><>-fo+o���������������������������  Now is the time for Fresh Fruits  c^>fo4of<>f-o-f_-fofof o-fo-fo o+of<>+o+o-io+o4<>+o4H>f^^  A few Bargain Lots of Shoes   -  POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  ���������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ENDERBY   BR ICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. . By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The, Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Having added a cement brick machine to my cement plant, I am now  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement,    plaster   and    lime    kept in  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  AU kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Repared  R*������������������r Evans Blk Enderby  You will if it was  PROFESSIONAL  SPICES OR ESSENCES  you purchased,   because you  received quality at most  reasonable prices.  Walter   Robinson  CASH GROCER  T\R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 6  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sts. ENDERBY  ry.  E.. BANTON,   Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyanwr,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  Seeds of   kindness   will grow  every flower you cultivate.  with  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings fi_t  Thursday on or after the  full moon nt 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF          Secretary  I.O.O.F.  Eureka Lodge, No. SO  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always .welcome.    J.  A. McMorland, N. G., A.  Reeves, Sec'y, E. J. Mack, Trens.  " ENDERBY  LODGE  No. SB, K.of P.  Meets every Monday evenin_  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors ������������������_���������������������������  dlally invited to attend.  J. N. GRANT,, CO.  C.E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R.J.COLTART, M.F.  K. of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments.    For ratee, etc. apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE. M. E.. Enderby  If you lose time, you never' will find  it again.  r,   tf  ������������������  .


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