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Array \'f  fc:  0CT8   191Q  Enderby, B. C.,  October 6, 1910  Vol. 3; No. 27; Whole No. 141  Complimentary Dinner Given  in Honor of Mr. Geo. Heggie  The friends who had in hand the  arrangements for the complimentary  1 dinner given' last riaturday night in  the King Edward hotel in honor -of  Mr. George Heggie, are to be congratulated on    the high character of  men. They could not fail here if they  had in them any gumption, ancl were"  prepared to work their: way to fortune. He knew of no country or district where life was surrounded by so  many advantages as it is here.    We  after which a ringing cheer was given  Mine Host Murphy, and the banqueters quietly dispersed with the  warm handclasp round the table to  the melody of "Auld Lang Syne."  the event, and P.H. Murphy added have au abundance of everything conducive to good health, and good morals, including plenty to eat and an'  ; abundance of clean, honest hard work  Col. A. 0. Evans, of Bermuda,  India, graciously favored the banqueters with a brief outline of his  impressions of British Columbia, and  especially of the Okanagan. Mr'.  ! Evans and his son, A. V., recently  came to Enderby with the object of  the younger Mr. Evans securing a  fruit farm or land that can be used  for general' agriculture. Mr. Evans  stated that he had about closed a  deal for a suitable   piece of property  more laurels to his name as a hotel  man by the splendid table set and  the service rendered.  - Thirty plates were laid, but unfortunately six of these, spoken for  by prominent Vernon professional  men, were ��������������������������� not taken, owing to the  storm in the evening preventing their  getting here by auto.  The table was a picture of daintiness, Quality and "sumptuousness, and  one that would excel many laid by  some of the leading caterers of the  large cities. Thirteen courses were  served, and every dish was better  than'the one preceding it.  The fruits on the table were all  grown in the Okanagan, much of it  in Mr. Murphy's own orchards.  At a quarter-of 10;-Toas .master A.  E. Taylor seated the gathering. j  ". At the conclusion of the dinner the '  speeches of the evening-were indulged  in.   Many of them sparkled with wit  ..ind'"good--humor;    sill   were   "sane, ���������������������������':  and .to the point. ;" ��������������������������� JI   .  Letters   of   regret   were read fromi,. highly  Mr. Geo. Bell, and.Mr. Graham Rosb: 1 coming  OLD FAVORITES RETURNING  When the Robert Meikle Concert  Company played here last winter, it  was said of them that they excelled  anything of the kind ever heard before an Enderby audience. Mr. Meikle  has no peer in Scotch martial song,  and Mr. Lloyd is one of the cleverest  comedians ever seen in the west. It  is apparent that these gentlemen are  in even better metal this season than  last, if we are to judge from press  reports, and they are supported by  a better company of artists than appeared- with them last season. -'  Speaking of thier appearance at  Revelstoke last week; .the Herald  says: "The first of the" series of entertainments to be given this season  under the management of the Walker  The Town and District  . and the Moving of the People  Geo. Bell left on a trip to Toronto  Wednesday evening.  A daughter was born the past week  to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hale, Vancouver.  Alex.   Dale    and  'manL Wm. Hancock sued - Joshua  | Blackburn for the sum of .25.80, be-,  ���������������������������ing balance of an account for goods  ; supplied. Messrs. A. L. Matthews  jand W. R. Hancock   were in attend--  Judgment for  family moved to i a,nc.e .^ give' evidence.  Victoria on Monday,   where they ex- Plalntlfl. Wlth costs  situated close to Enderby, and hoped  Lyceum Bureau,    of    Winnipeg,  took  that .the hospitable . spirit that had  been shown   him   "and , his   son ever  since   they   landed   in   the   province  j would ever be    continued.   It struck  j him most favorably, and the presence  I of himself " and   son   at    the festive  board that .night,"   was.but another  evidence to him   of  .ness and" liberality  ' people.    He   could  of  to  .the big-hearted-  of :the   western  not.  speak    too  what   he    had- seen since  the   province a few weeks  man; and a telegram from Dr. Morris aS������������������- He anticipated great things,  speaking for the Vernon gentlemen i by* what he had seen far eclipsed-his  who were unable-to get-through. greatest. ..anticipations.   .Of .Enderby  .. In   proposing ' the   toast    to "Our  Guest," Mr. Harvey'recalled the days  of 15   years    ago,   when Mr.-Heggie  came from -Scotland,   a raw, canny  Scotchman,    to    take   charge of the  Stepney ranch.   - From this time hei  followed    the    events     subsequently  transpiring in the    splendid development of that property under the able  management of Mr. Heggie up to the  present time, when it is being turned  over to a wealthy English syndicate,  ��������������������������� whose purpose it is to continue the  work Mr. Heggie   is   laying down to  take up a larger work for the Belgian  Syndicate, operating at Vernon.    Mr.  Harvey spoke    with    feeling   of   the  sterling qualities   of   the man whose  presence    we   are   losing, and of his  unshaken loyalty to Enderby and the  district  and "the"district,, he said the fact of  his having .concluded tb locate- his  son here after a', searching investigation- of' the advantages of-other localities, was pretty . good evidence  of his satisfaction. . .  Mr. Barnes, replying to the toast,  "Our Town- and Industries," gave a  vivid and humorous sketch of conditions as he found them 20 years ago,  and contrasted them with the conditions of to-day. Without disparaging the ' quality and extent of our  rich agricultural lands, he said our  farmers* in most instances,had failed  ; utterly to see the magnitude of the  possibilities at their Moor, and the  town had lingered pleased with itself  for existing, whereas it might have  reached    the   proud    position of the  ���������������������������metropolis,  of    the Valley if thc op-  place last night in the Edison Theatre, and if the remainder of the series equal. in excellence that of last  night,    the   Revelstoke    public   have  pect to remain.  Miss    Glyddis  her uncle, Mr. Long, to the coast on  Wednesday to attend the fair.  A congregational and missionary  supper will be held in St, Andrews'  church, Friday evening, Oct. 14th.  Geo. R. Lawes believes he will have  a carload of potatoes from his experimental patch on the hill top back  of his residence.  There was quite an exodus from  Greyell accompanied Bnderby to the coast this week, to  'attend thc fair. The following were  among those going: Mr. and Mrs.  Peter Greyell, Mr. and Mrs. Robt.  Bailey,- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hutchison,  Mr. and Mrs. F. W. and Austin Collin, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Sharpe,-,  H. H. Worthington and W. R. Bar-;  rows. "    -  Henry Proctor of Chilliwack was a  visitor of Enderby the past week,-  spending some days with Mr. and  Mrs. Peter Greyell.  Geo. Heggie transfered his effects  to Vernon   this   v/_c _,   and    has en-  A very pretty    home wedding took  place in Vernon, Wednesday- week, at  the residence of   Mr. and Mrs. C. G.  Baker,"   when - their    daughter Grace  was married   to   Mr. .Clement   Bond  Smith.    Miss   Baker a's".' 6neV0f..Vernon's   most    estimable "youngfiadies,,  and Mr.    Smith   the    son   of-7'.S....Q..:  Smith,, the-pioneer lumberman, of'_.������������������$  some rare,treats in store during the' te'eu   "p.0������������������ J ���������������������������,ai,ue0s   oi ms new'Okanagan     Valley."    Mr." and    Mrs-*  coming   winter.      The- Ladies/Aid of-,0*1"* Wlth the Be.-Sian Syndicate.        j Smith _are' now   on    a   visit to the  St. "John's church, under whose aus-;    The Cinderella dance given Tuesday !coast cities-  '-'      -        ��������������������������� ���������������������������    '  these   attractions' are    being  evening in K. P.   hall, was thc most     in the Police Court"��������������������������� M_ni___   h* -  tZinhe ^7* enJ������������������yaMe d,anCe ������������������f the SCaSon-   Man^ fore   SaSrtSh?   ^oBomS     Ji*i_j_  Revelstoke public for.,young people were in from Hullcar,;   | Spencer "was   charged    by City Son-"  The Summerland band, en route to *s^able"Bailey   with being drunk and^  Vancouver,  stepped  off  the train  on  disorderly; and   using   obscene la'ng-'.  Tuesday evening long enough to give  uage on thc street.' He was arrested  a selection,   which   was   "greatly en- (Sunday/afternoon. .Prisoner was rec-  Headquarters-for Bulbs'. -Two' tons joyed. -'--'-_.     tognized-as ap, old  offender." He was  just   received.     Also    a'  full line-of,. rjon't miss   hearin* tt_-'RnH-   M������������������_- !fined^10 . with'-tlffe" alternative.1 of ,a"  seeds,  ornamental Stock,  Fertilizers,   Ue Concert Comnan.  ?e_sl__-:perlod- ',or   reflection    in   Kamloops"-  J_i_������������������u^  . a. ���������������������������. ������������������������������������������������������  - .  < ������������������������������������������������������__:_. ,  pices  produced here,  thanks of   the  securing such   a    series of high-class  class entertainments. ;     ������������������  . STILL IN BUSINESS  .   ������������������-.   "4..W_  , _-.Ayk-*i251  plements,- and all' garden requisites  M.  J. HENRY,  -  -  3011- Westminster Rd  Vancouver, B.C.  A. R.Macdoiigall, Mgr.  things'  Lyceum  WATER ACT 1909  Replying,  Mr.    Heggie  humorously : portunities     which   have   been   ours  referred to the day of his landing at ; had been    taken   advantage of.     He  Enderby.     He   met   two men on the   it was who   managed   the first saw-  -station^platformr^and=in^his=mean-Tmill=^in=^En<ierhy--the-==mill-=out====of-  derings about   town during  the day , which has   grown   the splendid insti  he saw four more. There were then  in business here, Oliver Harvey, the  Bell Trading Co., Wm. Hutchison and  Geo. Sharpe. To these gentlemen  Mr. Heggie had'to be introduced,  Mr. Appleton, then manager of the  Enderby flouring - mill, doing the  courtesy in his usual kind manner.  Mr. Heggie was pleased to recall the  old days, and to renew, mentally- at  "least, the old friendships. They were  the good old days���������������������������the days of the  debating society and family gatherings. He was pleased to feel that in  the years he had spent here he had  been of some service in the bettering  of general conditions and the development of town and district. He did  not feel that he was leaving Enderby  ���������������������������he did not want to feel so, not to  have others feel so. He never would  forget the many, many happy days  spent here, and he still admired and  would ever hold a warm spot in his  heart for Enderby and the people of  Enderby and district.  Mr. rLittle was called upon to reply to the toast, "Our Valley and  District." He felt he was too hidebound an Enderby-Maraite to do  justice to the Valley as a whole, ibut  he spoke in most glowing terms of  the development he had seen take  place since he landed here before Mr.  Heggie.s time. Then, he frequently  rode over the S. & 0. when hV was  the only passenger" from Enderby to  Vernon, and there was then only a  tri-weekly service. Today, the service has. been    increased   to,,a daily  passenger,    with   a   parlor coach,   a j who could   work   the transformation  scrumptious observation coach,  and :he had worked, could make good in  itution now owned by the A. R. Rogers Co., and ably managed by Mr.  . Stevens. Looking over the- mill as it  is now in daily operation, cutting its  I millions of feet monthly, he could not  refrain a smile when he thought of  the days when he and his workmen  'worked one whole season with a  buckled saw that had to be cooled off  with a bucket of watcr every time it  made acut. -We of Enderby do not  appreciate what these mills and the  Columbia Flouring Mills mean,to the  town.- They are the very life of Enderby, he said. Take them away, and  we have nothing. How many carload  of vegetables, fruit or other produce  are shipped from Enderby annually ?  He admitted there was no reason for  this lack of other produce. We have  hundreds of acres close to Enderby  of muck land equal in every way to  that at Armstrong from which  celery and other garden truck is sold  annually to the amount of $800 and  $1000 an acre, 'and our farmers are  sitting down and growing hay upon  it, valued at perhaps $40 an acre. He  felt sure the day would come when  this land would be better utilized,and  then we would have something to  talk v. about in the way of farm produce. He had watched with interest  the growth of Enderby, and was very  pleased to add his good word to  what had already been said of the  splendid qualities of Mr. Heggie. He  recalled what the Stepney ranch was  when-Mr. Heggie took hold of it, and  was prepared   to   say that any man  all the other up-to-date luxuries of  travel, and there are (trains up and  down the Valley throughout the'day  and night. He believed Enderby district���������������������������indeed, the whole Valley���������������������������was  alive with   opportunities   for   young  any place and at anything,  The toasts "The..Ladies!/ and "The  Press" were responded to; "The Ladies" particularlarly gracefully by  Mr. Forster, and there were songs by  Mr.   Brimacombe   and    Mr.   Heggie,  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^Greek,    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'Creck;  4-Mile Creek south on Dog Lake,  4-Mile Creek on east side Okanagan  Lake,  Five-Mile Creek,  Johnson Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 4507,  Spring   near   Pre-emption    near 4-  Mile Creek,  Spring   near   1st   Creek   near Preemption 138s,  Spring on Sub-lot 19, LY 2711,  Alder Creek,  Maple Creek,  Creek 3 miles south on Dog Lake,  McLean Creek,  Lake near Kelowna-Penticton trail,  Spring, Penticton.  Steward's Dam,  Creek, Lot 286 ^  7-Mile Creek (Lots 210 and 266,)  Camp, Old Camp, 9-Mile or Ara-  wana Creek,  Creek on Lot 211,  Spring near southeast corner of lot  587,  South branch of Ellis Creek,  Spring, Lot 2551,        ���������������������������  Meeting for the purpose of adjudication will be held at Penticton on  or about October 20th, 1910; Okanagan Falls on or about October 25th,  1910; and Naramata on or about  October 28th, 1910.  W. S. DREWRY,  Chief Water Commissioner.  Lands Department, (Water Branch),  Victoria, B. C, July 15th, 1910.  |sent    out   by   the    Walker   -Lyceum  LT.nT),^! ^T'* ?. h&��������������������������� X?st  iBureau >' 5 and hls    hlankets while enjoying  \    n       -o - r u     x . .   !himself in town; returned'to work in  ' _.,.������������������/ R-   Lawes  has tak*n space in  the lumber camp.'  the National .Apple Show to be" held !    .,  at Vancouver   this    month, and  will j * Rev-  J- Leech-Porter,   accompanied  exhibit some of   the apples grown at   by    Mrs-   Leech-Porter   and    Master  Jack, left town yesterday for a well-  Enderby.  The. Young'People's Birthday jParty  in the Presbyterian church last Wednesday evening was one of the most  enjoyable affairs thc young people of  the church have had.'  A meeting of " tbe Hospital Auxiliary will be held this (Thursday)  afternoon at 3, in the City Hall. All  members are requested to be present,  Mrs. Jas. Martin, secretary.  Constable Bailey discovered six  mor_e__stoyepipe_ chimneys _ oh _Wednes:  day���������������������������24 in all���������������������������all of which will have  to be replaced by brick chimneys to  comply with the building by-law.  If you did not hear Robt. Meikle  and Frank Lloyd last season, ask  sombody who did hear them if they  are worth a dollar. Pcople who  heard them last year would hear  them again if they had to pay $2.  A. Fulton does not intend to let  anyone go-cold, this- winter... He is  this week unpacking a whole carload  of nothing but stoves���������������������������heaters and  cookers���������������������������and says he can now fill any  order no matter how unusual tlie selection.  O. P. R. Agent Burnham is ever  ready to accommodate onc, but hc  must insist on the observance of the  rules of the road, and so has posted  a notice to the effect that the ticket  office is only open 45 minutes before  arrival of trains. .  Last month was the largest the A.  R. Rogers Lumber Company has had  in its shipping yards. Ninety-nine  carloads of lumber were loaded for  shipment, and 92 carloads were lifted  and carried to their destination by  the railway company.  Mrs. A. Jamieson left for Vancouver Wednesday morning, where  she will join her sons. Mrs. Jamieson leaves many friends in. Enderby  who regret to see her move from the  town, and wish her many blessings in;  her new home.  We had intended this week publishing the complete, prize list of the  Armstrong fair, but the express company played marbles with the box of  metal en route from Armstrong, and;  when, it reached this office it looked  as if it might have waded through  the Salmon Arm road muddle.  In the Small   Debts Court on Sat-,  urday last, before   Magistrate Roso-  earned   vacation.    Rev. Leech-Porter'  will be absent   a   few   -weeks,  while  Mrs. Leech-Porter contemplates visiting her brothers   at Asquith,   Sask.,'  for six weeks   or    more. . During tlie  absence of Rev. Leech-Porter,, the ser- .  vices at   St.    George's   church at 11 "  a. m. and 7:30 p.   m.,   each Sunday, ,  will be conducted by the Licensed Lay  Reader,  Mr.  Graham Rosoman.   Services at North ' Enderby will be suspended "until the Vicar's return.  =_YLt_j\__ll__.be^good=news^to=the=people^  of Enderby to learn that . the five  Lyceum Bureau shows which will  tour the west this winter under the  direction of C. P. Walker, Winnipeg,  have been assured to Enderby. This ���������������������������  has been made possible through the  public spirit and energy of T. Cross-  ley Poison, who has taken the responsibility of playing these high-  class . companies here. The first of  the series will   be the Robert Meikle ,  Company--- - ���������������������������'   This talented concert company of  high-class artists will appear in K.of  P. Hall, Enderby, Saturday night,  October 8th. If you have not spoken  for tickets, get them to-day.  Frank V. Moffet left on Monday  morning for Kelowna, where he goes  to establish, an electrical supply and  work shop. It is not. Mr.'��������������������������� Moffet's intention to give up his electrical business in Enderby, but he is reaching  out into new fields, and planning to  do his work on a larger scale. He  will be centrally located at Kelowna,  and will carry a complete supply.of  electrical goods and fixtures. He will  place in charge of his Enderby office  a competent man, and is prepared to  promptly fill all orders for work or  supplies. Orders left at the office of  the A. R. Rogers Lumber Company  will, receive prompt attention. All  accounts may be paid at the Lumber  Company's office.  License holders and householders desiring to have their names placed on  the City Voter's List for 1911, are  hereby reminded that it is necessary  for them to register at the. City Hall  before the end of the present month.  Robt. Bailey, Sr., is busy stringing  his Frost Wire fence round several  pieces of property near town. Mr.  Bailey strings'a fence that stands. .  Or, THE RAESINQ OF 2WE1DOR]  ���������������������������i Cont'd)  CHAITEI. JX.  ''But   somewhat     nnu'O     to     tlio.  inirpose,   Herr   H a ii}ii.!ii>i nna * * cried  L'as[.ar.   now  thoroughly   incensed.  '''Will  yiiu   wager    a  gold  piece   I  .a.-i't  get inlo lhat chest .'"  ''Tul. tut. man, ymi are not the  ilrst of your craft who has made a  bungle, of a job. Why be angry?  iYhy insi _l- upon it yuu ai'o right ?"  ".Viil you0 wager p' returted Caspar, hoarse witli passion at his ad-  I'crsary's jeers.  ''.Bah! 1 covet nut your gold.  .Make nie another and take move  care  of  its dimensions.'''  "Once more will you wager?''''  exclaimed  Caspar fiercely.  "J-io it as you will,''' replied t.he  captain, with a supercillious elevation of his eyebrows. "Bear in  mind iho wager way not of my  seeking."'  "������������������_eo, then !'" exclaimed Caspar  triumphantly, as he leapt into thc  chest and extended himself at full  length.  "Hon voyage, Hcrr Ziramer-  Mann,'"'' cried Vonon Tiompesch, as  tjiiick as lightning he slammed down  the lid, turned the key, and seated  himself  upon  the chest-.  "He's credulous as the blackbirds ofc niy childhood."' chuckled  Hoffmann. "Heaven only grant  the townspeople may bc equally believing.''  "Ha. ha!" laughed the captain.  ''Did 1 not- tell yuu. Hoffmann, that  the nail-driving oaf would step in-  '.o'his cage like a tame monkey.  But quick, there is no time to lose.  Bore me two or three holes in this  box with that auger there, or it  will, maybe, prove his coflin, after  a!.1. There, that's so," he continued, as the sergeant- with ready  promptitude complied with Ids instructions. "You havc thc horse  and cart without. Call in thc men  and got through thc gates with it  .���������������������������it once. ''Tis but a bare quarter  of a mile to the Hinter-'I'forle, as  they term it, and they'll fake small  heed of your cargo there. .If you  use diligence.'"'" said Von Hompesch,  rising, "you will be safe in King  Fried riclrs camp by noon to-morrow.    -'Tis but thirty miles or so."  The sergeant went quickly to the  CHAPTER X.  ������������������������������������������������������''This is an unexpected pleasure." exclaimed thc captain, as hc  bowed low.  "It is possible tu regard it in a  very different light,"' retorted Gredel defiantly. To say I ruth she was  mightily discomposed at finding i  Von Hompesch here alone. True,  hc had of iatc furebi.rc to press his  attentions up. 1.1. her, but Gredcl's  woman's instinct told her that a  tete-a-tete with hini was better  avoided. Shc. had been careful  never to bo left by herself with him  ever since the day of his haughty  and insolent declaration. Xow-by  accident she was driven io give him  ;in opportunity which her judgment  told hcr had been better dispensed  with. There was no help for it!  there was nothing left bufc to put  a bold face upon it. and Gredel  threw her pretty head back as shc  remarked, "I thought to find Caspar Zimmermann here."  "Ah ! he has just gone out.  Vou must have passed him, one  would almost imagine," and a smile-  'know what occasions your vmt  here."  "Then will your curiosity remain  ungratilied," said Gredel, turning  sharply round on her tormentor.  "It concerns not you, nor does it-  need that I render account of my  doings to anyone save my father."  "Excuse me, but as your affianced husband������������������������������������������������������"  "Which you are not, and I tell  you ten thousand times over, you  never shall bc," cried thc girl,  stung to passionate anger by his  cool audacity. '"Why"will you per-  si._. iu  that villainous lief  "After this specimen of your  temper, it does seem rash to persist,"    responded    Von    Hompesch  t-0H������������������K_4N0-f_������������������4<>^O^<>4-o_r&_K><_^>  On tae Farm  fr_������������������*K>4<>-*<>+o+<>$o-4<>-^^  THE OBJECT OF PBUXIXG.  Why should we 'prune a fruit  tree? There- are many people who  can scarcely give a reason for  pinning. H they cannot give a. reason this is good evidence that they  do not- understand pruning.  You  know     why    wc    prune   thc  gc'to stagnant pools for water cannot be too severely condemned both  on account of the health of th (���������������������������animals anel the wholesomeness of the  milk.���������������������������A. H.  SUMMER CARE-OF ORCHARDS.-  The Indiana Experiment Station  has sent out a circular under th.  above heading, which is very timely. It calls attention to the fact  that, notwithstanding the fruit evon  may have been badly injured, proven", totally destroyed, trees and  plants -should be given good care,  so that fruit buds may be forme-u  i'or next year's crop.  This circular says that many far-  meditatively; morc as if conferring  hedge.     It is   for   thc  purpose    of liners  in   Indiana    planned  to  giva  wilh  himself  than   replying  to  hcr   '���������������������������coping  the hedge dense  and low. j their orchards proper caro this sca-  vehement appeal.  "How dare- you do it I" cried  Gredel, with flushed checks and  Hashing eyes. "What tempts you  to persevere in such a falsehood ."  Why do wc not trim our oaks,! s:<;n. in the way of spraying, culti-  niaples and elms? For thc reason ! rating.' etc.. but that with the de-  "that wc desire them to bc densely, struefion 01 lhc crop, they been mo  headed, thus it- cannot bc said wo; discouraged, and were ready to  im our apple trees to make them'give up trying to keep trees healthy  she  continued,   with    a  disdainful; more beautiful.      Should    wc  trim  und  vigorous  stamp of her little foot. "Bufc _'m  a fool to be so moved," shc murmured, struggling hard to keep  back thc wrathful tears that welled  beneath her eyelashes; "to let my  anger so master my judgment.  You too. Kerr Plauptmann, might  1'md better pastime that the teasing  of a quick-tempered girl," and as  shc concluded, Gredel threw herself into a chair, and took refuge in  her pocket-handkerchief.  But Von Hompesch    was callous  This . is a mistake,  our elms, maples and oaks back to! Buds for next year's crop aro  make them longer lived or morc'formed this season, and trees can-  healthful'?. Xo, it is not natural j net form fruit- buds unless they  IVv trees of any kind to bc pruned1 are kept healthy and vigorous,  they are not apt to bc so long lived  after pruning nor so handsome to  icok at.  The main object of pruning is t-o  be able to produce larger and bettor fruit than could be secured  vithout'pruning. If a fruit tree is- Devoting  fi.'ed with branches thickly, the  tice will have  twice as much  fruit  fake care of your trees every year  ���������������������������then  there will be fewer off sea-  ;ons.   *   AK18TOCRATIC    SK Willi S.  Themselves    <o Embroidery and Ti.pes!ry M.-.lii'.ijr.  English  women    of position,  fol-  .,~._Iim_n. to 1 woman's te-i's   He ^ it can bring to perfection. If each .  ^������������������B������������������.1 .v���������������������������    ������������������Vr *>  a a a ciamant uo a woman s iui  . 1.0 <=> lowing in the wake of Ladv Carew  .u-._   ..    lifll/i    foro-P.. ino-  his  r'K    ilisfc   ������������������������������������������������������ i;fu    "c      till 11      Out-     a   1CW     of   tllO r      .    ���������������������������������������������.   , ....���������������������������.'-,   ���������������������������.  w.is. a. little joigeiung ins enj jub. ,, , ,        ,. ....... ���������������������������������������������.,.,; (- Lady Elcho and Lady Edward Ten  ,,. ,���������������������������,i _.,���������������������������_,. 1,1 ,-,,,. ������������������������������������������������������.,f i u tpmn- ��������������������������� bl 'incncs m e tlius t-nin out the *t nut * ,      ,.      *'-,.  now, and could, not resist the temp  tation of still further avenging himself on .the girl for her rejection of  hi:-, proffered  love.   Gredel'"s bonny  hcad bowed in sorrow was a  sight, j P^'cction  and  afc  the  same  time permit  the  flickered about the captain's mouth   Lo'havc softcned most men, butthe;'1^ t*kcn out and the sun  admit  a-. lIic thought-that she had probably almost brushed with hcr  skirts the temporary prison of hcr  lover.  "J met some of your men carry-  in fg a huge chest, but saw nothing  of Caspar," said Gredel,  "Odd you did nofc see him,  perhaps he will not be long before  he returns," replied Von Hompesch, smiling. "He would bc dullest of carpenters,   my  sweet- Gvc  captain    contemplated      her    with ' tc'd   too  freely -in   the top   o    the  stoical  admiration i'roc.lt mar be injurious.    H there  "Permit mc to remark," he- .aid. ja,������������������. ������������������������������������ many branches nvthe tree  with quiet deliberation, -that if, ,!I?d thc-V ill'c too close together the  your object was merely to sec Hen  Zimmermann, you  show a w  delicacy that scarce befits, you.'"'  "And . why should I not- see  Caspar?" flamed forth Gredel. as  slu reared her head in righteous  indignation. '"I can judge for myself,  1   trust,  what is becoming   a-  d~el~ to be out of the way when you  maiden.      What-   harm-is there I  condescend to illumine his dwelling j would   know in     my    lookmg-my  ' locking,'' and. here tho girl paused  window and gave  a  shrill whistle  "Thc   men    are    cuming  up.  Herr \ concerns me  Hauptmann:      I  would    wc    were  well through wilh  thc business."  "Poof! you old croaker. These  fat, burghers may chance to makc  some outcry about the disappearance of their fellow, so it's well perhaps his .Majesty is near at hand.  .Now lads." he continued, as the  soldiers entered,   "away   with  that  T_^VCTTfit77T=fri^=  with your presence. If he knew  such a- favor was intended him,  he is deserving of heavy punishment  for his absence."  "1 need no counsel concerning  my dealings with Caspar, Herr  Hauptmann." answered the girl uneasily. "It would be as well that sn]]\ci  you 'should abstain 'from interference in what doesn't concern you.''*  Gredel always labored under thc  unpleasant, suspicion thafc the captain was bufc mocking hcr in such  conversation as thc present.  "Pardon mc." replied Von Hompesch with   a grave  reverence,   "it  nearly.      If he  knew  of your coming, hc is guilty of gross  discourtcsv  towards   my    intended  bride "  "That will I never be," cried  Gredel, vehemently. "1 havc told  vou  so before."  iu deep confusion as the blood  mantled richly in hcr cheeks at the  thought- that hcr excuse was after  ail but too transparent.  "Looking    at    what?"    inquired  the    captain      with      a    sceptical  Looking   into  see    if   my  knit-  TiTcsr. iTurnrrr  umphantly, as the men raised it on  their shoulders. "To the cart with  it quickly. And you Hoffmann, sec  you l"t no grass grow under your  "feet for the next twelve hours or  mure. It might go hard wiih lis  should that lid be raised in Zweidorf."  "Forward.  b<>ys," cried  the sergeant,    "hepend on it   I'll  ma loi  "'.In not being   here   to    receive  ' continued  the captain,  wjthou', taking  the    slightest notice of  -  -        ss___.|.f=_tWnk_.so4-  hei  Tlv_~~g iTl s p a s. u n a nrrmrcraiTrrc .���������������������������  otherwise,   he   has    only   exhibited  h-s  natural  stupidity in  not divining it."  "His    wits    are    keen  people's,  and  his speech   infinitely  ting-box was repaired," gulped out  Gredel desperately.  "No; not that box again'?''  exclaimed Von Hompesch with a  burst of laughter "Ifc dies to and  fro between you like a shuttlecock.  Caspar's courtship seems a good  deal mixed up with boxes,'"'' muttered the captain with a grim  chuckle  to himself.  "They will break and they must  be ineiided. I presume," retorted  Gredel, half defiantly,   half deprc-  catingly.  "Perfectly true they will. Under  what circumstances why always  break the same I A little variety  would look better, ch ?    Don't you  cant,   are  devoting    themselves as  rays of  the sun to penerate  so as.1"?1* lo   needlework   as   did ever  to  color  the fruit anel  bring it to |'^eir   grandmotners   and  are-   en-  If too  manv branches gaged upon embroideries and tapes-  fucs. Lady Carew and hcr sister,  Mrs. Cory, have nofc yet finished  the great- panels wherewith they  mean to decorate thc walls of fche  former's Irish home, Castle Boro,.  at Wexford, and every morning  they devote some hours to the work.  Other ladies are becoming home  dressmakers and. accoiKling to tho  Gentlewoman, lay out on exquisito  quality- of hand 'woven brocade,  velvet and crepe what they would  otherwise expend o.u labor.  Lady Ilchester has a swannery at  Abbotsbury of some 1.100 birds, to  r, , ,      ,  sav  nothing of eider ducks.-     The  Cows  nectia constant supply of  beautiful white down collected from  water.    In the  summer time when  air   cannot    circulate    among  the  ant-^of I branches and thc fruit will not bo  as attractive nor as good in quality. Sunshine- and circulation of  air are as necessary to the fruit .tree  as fertility in the soil.���������������������������Green's  Fruit Grower.  WATER SUPPLY IN PASTURE.  thc days are warm and the amount  of moisture perspired by the animals is large, there is a. more urgent demand that water bc convenient to the animals abundant.  The   ��������������������������� ominon  practice    of shutting  the birds is all sewn on to a- quilt  and each is lined-with the predominating' color of ��������������������������� the ' bedroom for  which is is intended, with pink,  bine, yellow or other gay satin or  soft silk. The white down is sewn  on  to  the    uppermost  side   of tho"  the animals in the back pasture lot j qiliU    aiK, thfi cffcct of thcm in iho  u-om early morning till milking time diiTcrcnt. rooms is simp]y charming  in the evening without a chance to  My breakings at all events arc  no affair of yours."  "Quite right.    It is    your mend-  as   most  ing that affects mc most,"'   replied  tiie captain, with   an   easy    smile.  ������������������������������������������������������Situated as we are t<> each other,  I  take  a special   interest    in  iniproveiniytt  ���������������������������'I'll H"  gel- to water, is wrong. Either ar-  n.ngcments should be made so the  cows may come to the barn.for  water or, better yet, a supply  r.houkl be had in the pasture lot.  A windmill can be easily and cheaply installed over a- well in thc field.  Thc absence of buildings near will I fa<-ts.  makc a low derrick suflicicnt to get  good results. With an overflow pipo  properly arranged to carry away  excess water, thc mill may bc left  iu gear constantly, and will usually keep the animals well supplied  with fresh water. The only care  required is to keep thc pump pack-  .ed_ii.K_.tho. mill _oi]cd.,__,N_ thing. .of.  course,   surpasses   springs   for this  purpose, but these arc only to tho  In Northern Australia there is  one white man to every 700 square  miles. -,  Statistics show  that thc longest-  !.'ved people eat the heartiest break-  sis.  On an average, the" coldest part'  of thc day is at- five' o'clock in the  mo ruing.  Thc  Russian   Secret  Service em  ploys   over G,000   women.  a salary of Sl0,000 a year  Somo  draw  Thc  satisisfc can    talk about thc  five rage man"'" with impunity, be-  few.   A running stream is excellent  cailS0 cverv man considers himself  bill the practice of making thc cows   abcve the  average.    ''  vour  pretcrahie lu that of some," retorted the girl with, spirit.  "Of   Ids   speech    one    might    be  better judge were he here.    Uui :.f? .  --..,.,������������������,.  h.r. just  given  a   striking proof < r, butt ������������������.) y>n\r in^h-uuioiig.ic..   cue  ongvr  remain io be ihe j  A fie-orin_f used the itsi. ������������������������������������ lemon or Tfinilln.  By dissolving grannlaled sugar in water and  adding Maplcine, e delicious syrup is made and  a syrup better than me'ple. M������������������plcin<> is sold bf  grocers. If not send S0e ior i o������������������. bottle an)  recipe book. Crcicqnt Mfg. Co.. Santtlf., Wa.  lev (iii the roa-l.  Herr llauplniann. i h;.   intelligence."   and   the   -a ni un j Ore-del.  starting m her leet.       .\i.  ]   shall   feel    av  if  the    rope w.-rc!,,,^ a del'icate pinch of snuff, aud; object   foryour  mockery,  round  my  m-k till   1   am   in   King   j,,,..,]^! in a  low laindi i    "M.v    *mM-.'  Cie^d    pray    can  h'r.dri.-l,', lineO |    ������������������������������������������������������jl.ow do you  mean!    Whav has.'yoiir.elf.'    cried   Vou  Houipe.en as  "So far all sr..'.������������������ wil." exclaimed .,  , ,.,,������������������������������������������������������ ,������������������������������������������������������ i |, . inU rposed between her and tin  . Ii"-^l,,���������������������������, I .... .____. _ll_-_t*_'_    .  I _   I I  ill' all LM'. .-i wr  oiiipev.cii. ;  hi- >;::e!li  oxciaimcn . ^  .. iho door chI.-.. _l  i"- and llicr bur-  "Thi'iv".'.   the curpciin-r mil , tj.(.  .ay;    and.     if     H<.l'!'iiiunn ]    '."���������������������������  not his ci rand, scarce likely  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.._���������������������������.���������������������������  '. <  V. n  I  behind  then,  of   my  bungle  lo iiou'ide the '(Juide.i  again for .-i mc time. N->w, i; \h'v-  Zimmeniiann'sdihappearaiice'miikcs  not too great a stir .among the  townsfolk. I have the held all lo  myself. Gredel does me thc honor  to dot.-st me just .'it present.  k-a:-fc ... .'she  that ; these  ie  ...ivs.     j;oof !  what   of  extreme  feeling?,    are  i>.  ever reactioiuiry in their nature.  J-'rom l-.ve l<- hatred from hatred to  love,"'' moralized the captain, as he  loungctl towards the window, ".s  bu'. im affair of a few weeks, just-  as we glide from summer to winter,  from Christinas back again lo mi-,1-  . uminer. Why. zoons! here she  conies, it was as well she paid not  her visit a trille sooner.''  OrrdeFs lingers scarce tapped at  th-; dour ere it was thrown ^pen:  gianciiig round ry she entered, the  g'.r! gave ;i sliiriit. start ;>.s she ie-  cognized tliat (.'it];iiiin von If.-n-  peseh was sole, lenant of ihe wi-ik-  bl'ii'-]).  I    referred   only   l<>   some   x^-O'K  1,-i.s been doing for me.''  replied  captain drily.  ������������������������������������������������������Thiii   lm--  heen    your    business  hen   Ilu-ii.   1  mist there is  nothing  fiptiiei-   t,i   detain  y������������������������������������u  Credel. with  marked pulit 'iif's.s.  .������������������������������������������������������Two'or three, things"' returned  Yon Hompesch, with ^ the uiiiMst  iiii|������������������ rturbation. 'F'vsl.   _   ik-v-e  would be the disciirtesy of leaving  you to the solo compaiy of y'oui  own rellections."'  "Thiink vou." -aid the girl with  .end >f he.", h-^id, "'���������������������������.,.i'.  put yourself :o no imo-- n-  venience on my _cer.;'i:. There urn  occasions,  upon    widen   one    'i.nte  jp   jilt: I'pilSCCl   IK'lween   ner   iiuvi   uivj  I   am aliout  to rid you  cf  n.:e.     11   would  be  a   pity  'nisiness  as  this,''  I dour,  mv pr<  Ml     illlpOl'til'lt     il  he cnt'nued, touching the knitting  \,-y<   liuhllv,  "should lie  iuterferet  observed! with,   \\dieu ;  1   Irusl. y.,u  may not  lu wait lout  tor  Hut Zimmer-  a   s  piii;,  iglil  hungers  to  i  -IC  . '  ;e  p..ki  tunica  in fact.  h.MV its she  veniari: was  der.  al-i'ie.  from  ier l.i.-t  leveihd  over  her sh.m  ������������������������������������������������������Herr Ziimnerin uri arpai-id'y  under.-tiinds vour craving in lhal  res. uct," cried the captain   jeeru-g-  ������������������������������������������������������| would so;.i" others i��������������������������� ix icri-'-i <\  ii'des as well as he."   rcl--'tee  '     (iver her 'i"!V.'ul lor.  continued    \he    u > i -  "I   am   cur-,.iu1. to  m>  Grede  lllo\Ci  again  idlv/"  e;i])l.;iin.  ��������������������������� _f-eolld!v  w:lh.  miinn;" and with a profound reverence, i-i v.liich Gredel was dimly  conscious <���������������������������::��������������������������� there being a certain  amount of mockery, thc captain  took his departure.  (To be continued.) s  In Persia ifc is considered effeminate to laugh.-'  A good excuse never turned Mini .   into a victory.  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Limited,  COVENTRY,   ENGLAND. /  1^  w  h  ��������������������������������������������� *  +___._!_    fi  IVf  _���������������������������  Inside the barely furnished garret  darkness had come again.   All that  cay-the frail little old woman had  lain fever-stricken and helpless on  thc bed.    Like a- sick, uncomplaining animal she had crept to hcr cor'-'  ner the night before, sinco when no  living creature had bcc.n near her.  The ways of the other dwellers in  the tenement were not as hers. It  wa>- understood amongst them that  shc. was "not quite thc thriftiest,"  nnd they had learned to take her  goings and comings unconcernedly.  Somehow, despite all vicissitudes,  she had contrived to find the weekly  .in demanded for the rent;    but  i    the   tiny grate  had  seldom served  .ito purpose,    the   darkness of the"  [v r.'ghts had rarely     been dispelled  ', by light, and of food the cupboard  was often quite bare-.*.    In "all the  .   teeming building, no creature was  \  poorer than  this    grey-haired  old  woman, with the smooth face of a  .* young girl and tho simple   mind of  a child.  ;. Not one of the kindly hearted  ��������������������������� pcople whom she visited in regular  {��������������������������� turn could have ' said where she-  lived. ' Some had known hcr for  \ many years; that sho was miserab-  . ly poor was but too evident. For  ���������������������������'that reason, a meal was generally  [l assured her, and".at intervals, on  -''the pretext of a service rendered,  i  u- little money.  There were, .refractory   children  '. T/ho, perforce, must submit to her  ^tuition at the piano; on    occasion  j.\, she would be requested to rattle off  / the mazurkas and  polkas  she had  learned as a girl,    t, maybe, t-o  mind the house   and bairns while  "the parents went to theatre or concept. ���������������������������    . '  Tho good folk,on hcr visiting-list  had learned    to know   her   ways.  ;���������������������������' They  were aware of_thc obsession  that held hor, and would listen with  ��������������������������� kindly interest when she talked, as  ii 6hc often did, of the lad who. was  lv coming back. ���������������������������     "  . .'For thirty-five years the little, wo-  J,Van/fad been expecting-the return  of the man who" had. won her love  [>  in"thc glad springtime of her life.  r;Tht, wedding-day had    been  fixed;  i1 in hcr keeping" he had deposited a  liltlo   .pile    of    banknotes���������������������������savings  .. {rem his salary���������������������������towards the .fur-.  ; niiure.   .Her   friends    understood  :  from her babbling that '.'money.al-  :' ways burned a hole in Tom's pocket "       And   then   something���������������������������she  ,-  knew nofc what���������������������������had occurred in his  fi life" to drive hini suddenly abroad.  Ho had  left her with the promise  -en his lips' that he would return.  '.Hot on the shock of his going had  happened the   tragedy    which had  unhinged her mind.    In one night  ebc had been bereft   of home and  parents by the awful catastrophe of  fire.   Out of the entire household,  iho alone had been saved.    In thc  hospital they had discovered a letter clutched tightly in her hands���������������������������  the charge given by the lover who  would return.   Thc memory of that  f_L_=hcrror=had^stilL=po.w__^  ffr of shuddering.    Thc sight of a  h=r bed, hopeful that the morrow  would see her better.    Sleeple .sly,  she had heard the tolling of every  passing    hour      the    long      night  through.      All   day    she had   lain  helpless and unattended, while the  consuming _evcr    drove   her ever  nearer to delirium.   And now night  had come again.  Thc little woman was very   near  ��������������������������� he- Valley of the Shadow.  ������������������ * * * *  The office, save for a solitary figure was deserted. The usual closing hour had long passed, but, on  the pretext of clearing . up back  work, Tom Robinson, thc cashier,  had remained. Still and white-faced, hc sat at his desk, trying to sec  a way to avert exposure and its consequences. Tho plea of arrears  was an invention. His books should  have been handed to the auditor  thafc day; but, on the excuse of .a  missing, voucher, he had withheld  lhem. On the morrow it would bo  necessary to produce the paper,  and he dare not do ifc. Thc misap-  piopriation, applied by him in a  certain cut to fortune, with the  usual result, was a happening of  two months back, and week by  week since hc had manipulated the  accounts, hoping .before thc financial year-end to be in a position to  produce the - balance disclosed.  Forty-five pounds still remained,  and he saw no way of raising it.  His service with the firm dated  fs'oni his youth. He had come with  ocellent credentials, and, by  marked ability, had ��������������������������� reached his  present position of trust. In ap:  pe,aranee, he was clean-built and  handsome; in disposition he v/as  sunny and freehanded to a fault.  "Tom never could keep money," His  fellows said of him.-  _ Still sad and despairing he sat,  gazing blankly before him. Ruin',  and worse, stared him-in the face,  and he could find ' no escape.  Amongst all his friends there was  no man who could help him, even  had he" dared to ask. In the morning the auditor would insist on the  production of~ the sheet, and hc  could expect no' mercy.  He rated himself for a blind fool.  Self-recrimination held him, clenching' his hands. The. - future" had  promised .bright for him. There  wa- a certain lovable girl, whose  heart was in his keeping, and who  believed in. him. The thought of  her grief afc his disgrace added to  ohe poignancy of his torment.  His boyish recollections .were, of  a worthless father, who-had died a  MISERABLE WITH  Another   Wonderful-  Cure   By   Thai  Wonderful Fruit Medicine  "Fruit-a-tives."  Mr. Mathias Dory, of 225 Church  street, Ottawa, Ont., wa.s treated for  years by physicians for Painful Dyspepsia, lie spent so much money for  doctor's medicines without getting  much trelief that ho had about ma.de  up his mind that his case was hopeless.  Seeing "Fruit-a-tives" advertised,  however, Mr. Dory thought hc would  invest 50c in a box of these wonderful,  fruit juice tablets.  And this famous fruit medicine did  for Mr., Dery what all the doctors  could not do���������������������������it cured him.  He writes:���������������������������"Fruit-a-tives" positively cured me of severe Dyspepsia when  physicians failed to relievo mc."  "Fruit-a-tives" makes the stomach  sweet and clean, insures sound digestion and regulates bowels, kidneys and  skin. y_  50c a box, G for $2.50, or trial box,  25c���������������������������at all dealers, or from Fruit-a-  tives, Limited, Ottawa.  fire-engine from-the day cf her return to consciousness moved her to  faint terror. Thc intervening years-  had marked a gradual descent to  penury.  I'liysically and mentally, shc was  cn-equal to the, fight. Slie had endeavored bravely to gain a liveli-  .i'.ood by. giving.lessons; but there  come a day when shc was supplanted by a more efficient teacher, and,-  possibly, offered charity. Thafc  day marked thc end of hcr visits.  The pride within hcr���������������������������mistaken,  muybr���������������������������forbade thc taking of what  ehc had not earned. Through thc  daikesfc days shc had never begged,  liven ,when poverty had driven hor  to the slum: . shc comforted herself  rith thc belief that what she received was for services rendered, and  the good friends, who had learned  to know her, generally contrived  to make some trivial obligation.  .Every 'morning she had wakened  to the'certainty ��������������������������� that to-day Tom  would come back. Each' night siie  had fallen asleep with the- belief  that to-morrow surely her lad  v'ould return.     ���������������������������  In hcr mind's eye, she pictured  him as when he had left her ��������������������������� a  f.eav-built, handsome fellow of  laughing eyes and ready tongue.  Imagination had stopped at his  coming. She only knew that - thence-,  ���������������������������forward ������������������������������������������������������ ife would be glad.    ..  For so nie. days she. had felt ill,  hut, despite the aching body, she  . ho tl dragged herself oufc on the  round. How shc reached home on  lhc previous night slie could scarcely remember. Lcadcn-limbed and  pain-racked,  she  had  stumbled to  felon in' Sing" Sing, and of a, mother whose heart had broken. For  lhat reason, he seldom spoke of  America ; because of it he had taken  another name.  The memory-of-his father held  him. in bitter musing. He knew  that hc had fled from England, as  a young man, to escape the conse-  quen es of some peculation.  "Like father, like son,'"' he muttered; while all the time he denied  the- reproach by thc^ plea that he  had "meant to repay���������������������������that, given  time now, he 'would ��������������������������� right . the  wrong. There seemed! no way out.  Ro must face thc music. And yet  ���������������������������the thought set him trembling���������������������������  was there, after all, no hope? Someone there had been in the old days  who had known his father well, who  ���������������������������c-v-eii^now-inquired-=his=-where.ibouts.--  R'c had often seen the advertisement, but, with no wish to rake up  the past, had refrained from communicating. What if the inquirer,  ior old times's sake, would extend  a helping hand to the son1?  "A forlorn hope!" lie muttered,  wilh hands pressed     to his   head'.  "JJut I'll try it���������������������������I must!"'  ._..������������������_    . ' #  *...__ .       _ .. ���������������������������   The genial policeman standing at  tie corner of Cheese Street regarded the anxious-faced young man  with  a queer grin.  "Dook'"s Buildings?" he said.  "Ves. Up tho gullet, half-way  down.    Loukin'  for trouble?"  'ome.   Mind thc 'ole on the second  iBiidin'!"  Up the dingy flights of stairs Tom  climbed, to stay outside the door of  the garret, with hand arrested in  the act of knocking, as thc sound  of labored breathing, cut- at intervals by a feeble moan, came to  him. Then, very quietly, he knocked, and listened. He was conscious that for a spell the moaning  ha,d ceased, but, receiving no response, he turned the handle. The  little room 'was dimly illumined by,  a shaft of moonlight which penetrated, the dingy skylight.  "Tom!" The hoarse, long-drawn  whisper came to him. holding him  inert. Hat in hand, he stood just  within the> doorwav, staring in  amazement. "Tom!" The whisper  had taken thc ring of- exultation.  On the disordered bed the woman  locked, up at him with ineffable  gladness in her shining eyes,rand  vainly she tried to lift her- wasted  arms towards him. In the form and  features of the -son she saw again  the, lover who had promised to return. He������������������had come, as she knew  he would! -    -   '  Something, if nofc all, of the story  was revealed.to the lad as he stood  staring. ."-.Something of the dread  presence was" already in the little  r.icm, and, feeling it, all thought  of Irs present trouble fled, leaving  him filled with tender sympathy. In  tht; long ago this grey-haired, hol-  lcv.-cyecl woman had been a trusting, lovable girl, who had known  and loved his worthless father.  Very quietly, the approached the  bed, and knelt beside ifc.  ''Tom!" came the broken whisper. "Mv lad���������������������������come back���������������������������at  last!" "  "You knew I should some day?"  hc muttered smilingly.  "Some day!" she whispered.  "I've kept what you gave for our  little home all the years. Under  the pillow���������������������������Tom, my lad! Come���������������������������  at last!"  ==^G-1 a d ne ss=u r* e cHie r^tcrxxe r Uic r"  waning strength    in   an    effort to  twine her   arms   about  him.    One  SERIO-COMIC BURGLAR.  Could ]STot Keep Mum About  His  Amusing Adventure.  An ancient burglar story is revived by a correspondent of the  London Daily News. A young girl  had gone up to bed, and on lighting her candle saw in the looking  glass a man in a corner of thc room  where he believed himself hidden  from observation. "With great presence of mind shc pretended to be  unconscious of his presence, and to  emphasize this attitude lifted her  arms in front of thc mirror, saying  aloud, "'What beautiful arms I've  got!" A minute-or two after she  quietly left thc room," and during  her absence the burglar thought it  well to make his escape. Some time  after she was in a crowd, and a  man whispered, "What beautiful  arms I've got!" She raised a cry,  and thc man-was arrested, confessing later that the impulse of exposing the girl's supposed vanity had  been irresistible; particularly as he  continued to believe he had escaped  her notice on thc occasion of his  intended burglary.  IN MERRY' OLD ENGLAND  NEWS BY MAIL ABOUT    JOAN  BULL AND IIIS PEOPLE.  Occurrences   in   (he   Land    Thai  Reigns Supreme in ihe Commercial World.  KILLIECRASKIE PASS.  'lhc   famous   Scottish   Battlefield  Has Been Sold.  Faskally House and the estate of  5,S27 acres, including the Pass of  Killiccrankie, have been- sold by  private auction.  It was through the Pass of Killic-  cronkio that- nearly 1,000 Atholl  men inarched to join the Earl of  Mar in the rising of 1715, and  Prince -Charles Edward Stuart  made his way from thc Castle of  Bla'r to Dunkcld through the- pass  in September of 1745 ��������������������������� before he.  made his campaign.  General Mackay led his forces  through the pass in 16S9, when he  fought the battle of Killiccrankie.  The property . belonged to Mr.  Archibald Butter," C.M.G., and thc  purchaser is Major Frederick C.  Foster, D.L., J.P., of Queensbury,  Yorkshire. Faskally House is  beautifully situated afc the south  entrance to the'pass, and the fishing  in the Rivers Garry and Tunmmel  i? some of the best in this part; of  Scotland.  ..  , -  *    "-"Hi, i*/,���������������������������H_  #>_.  ' Pi>* - *t_ ._  *f4  TOLD BY YOUR EYE.  moment she was smiling, the next  a spasm contracted her face, and,  with a little sigh, she fell back  heavily. When at last hc rose he  knew that she had fallen as.ecp for  ever.  Gently hc groped beneath the pillow. .1 is- fingers closed'on-an envelope. He drew it forth, and read  the faded inscription : "Tom 13rank-  some, my dear lad." For quite a  long time he remained with thc  packet in his hands. Then, with  trembling lingers, he broke tho  seal, and with the contents rcvcal-  Tom turned awav with a shake of | ������������������l. he stood crying like a child,  the bond. The hopelessness of his! The letter contained the sum of  mission had become strengthened j sixty pounds���������������������������a dozen five-pound  at sight of the mean street. Help j i^'tos���������������������������faithfully held in trust, de-  si:ch as he needed could not bc cx-^Pitc- fl11 privation, fnr this glad  pected from anv luckless individu- 'day���������������������������held as a sacred  al c mpclled to'livc in this squalid'thirty-five years.-  area. At discovery of the dark-!. % tl������������������? <loor....To  some approach to the buildings he  stood wavering, and only curiosity  ���������������������������impelled him..to ,enter it.  The blotchy-faced woman, of  whom he made inquiry for Miss or  Mrs. Jane Joy, could give no information, and referred tho ques-  tiovi to another of her kind who  chanced to. appear.  "You'll find no Joy claim 'ere,  gcv'nor! Nah.-if ifc was sorTer���������������������������"  " "My oath !" the first agreed, with  a-laugh.   ���������������������������  "P'rhaps it's the duchess 'e's  look-in* for!" the other remarked.  "Wot's 'cr nime, Mrs. Shoggl"  "_NTah you've arsked me !"��������������������������� that  lady returned. "'Er it is, or no-  lody.    Top floor,    when she's   afc  charge for  m    stayed  and  Lokcd  back.    The  dead   face  was  London Answers.  When  lowly people  rise  in    thc  world they are apt to feel uppish.  A ton  of oil has    been obtained  from the tongue of a single whale.  Did you ever notice how many  f. ol opinions you hear expressed  every day .  It takes a good cook to fix up  anything to cat so as a man can't  teli what ifc-is.  In some of the Swedish hotels  women are charged half rates because they oat less than men.  Doctoi'3 Can Diagnose Disease ,foy  Marks On Patient's Eyes.  By looking a man in the eye," you  can often tell whether he is "crooked" or not. By'looking you in.the  eye your doctor can tell a good deal  about your physical condition.  In an address before the International Electro-Homoepathy Con-,  gre-s at Caxton Hall,' London, Dr.  \V. Anderschon, of Norway, described how the new system' of disease diagnosis by the eye was discovered bv Professor Peozcly," of  Poland.  In capturing an owl as a boy,  Professor Peozlcy broke its right  leg, and hc noticed that a black  line at once appeared in its right  eye, which faded away as the fracture healed.  Many years later hc became a  i.iro.eessor_of_medicine_and_by-.stiidy_-_  ing the eyes of hundreds of patients  formed the theory of diagnosis of  disease bv lines on the iris.  Emphasizing a Fact.  There are peculiarities, idiosyncrasies of expression, which emphasize  and accentuate facts. It is not enough  to say "he is deaf." We. invariably  add "as a post." It would appear sufficient to "say" "he is "blind," but wo  prefer in nearly all cases to admit of  no controdiction by announcing that,  he i.s "stone blind." To be "dead"  should suffice. "Dead as a doornail"  clinches tho fact.  MoBumeati ol Woe.  "Did vou notice Mr. Jones' new  (ecth?" a'^cd Mr*. Sharpcyc. "I never  saw anything so ghastly. They look like  gravest ones."  "Ves," said Miss Sinnic Cat; I pre-  sumo he had them placed in memory ol  his lost ones."  ....plained.  "What're ye coniin' home with your  milk pail empty for?" demanded the  farmer.    "L.-a't th' old  cow   give   any-  thincr?" ,.   .  "Yep," replied his chore boy��������������������������� ninr  quarts ancl  a  kief  i"  A Pointed Hint.  Dissatisfied Guest���������������������������Waiter, you don't  seem to know how to broil a steak at  this eating, .house. Let me give you ���������������������������  pointer.  .Waiter" (with  some  alacrity)���������������������������All right,  suh, only we usually calls 'em tips.        .  Just the Sight of Him.  Fan���������������������������Reggie has been engaged to an}  number of girls, but he always gets out  of it.  Flo���������������������������How?  Fan���������������������������Oh, he merely goes and asks tbj  (_i.li_e.r_ consent, and that settles ic^-j���������������������������t  Mr. Robert- Mills, surgeon, celebrated his 100th birthday at Oxford  last week.  The calendar at the present Sur-  i.y assizes includes four cases  against postmen.  The Newcastle Council has decided to confer the freedom of thc city  The olci second-class cruiser Mc-I  lampus,  which was -King George's  upon Sir Andrew Noble. j  It is announced that the Government will make another grant to:  the unemployed next winter.  H. M.  S. Lion, the largest cruiser in the world,  was launched   afc  Dcvonport,on August 6.  rrst command,   has  been    sold aa  junk for ������������������9,000.  Old pupils of ,Dr. "Wiarre, Provost and late head master of Eton,  entertained him to dinner at the  Cafe Monico last week.  Mr. Thos. Bartlctfc of Liverpool  has recently presented a peal of 13  bells for the city's new cathedral,  at a cost of nearly $35,0.0.  A pauper with an income of sixpence weekly  the other day asked  G/avcsend  guardians to  help  him '  pay the cost of a marriage certificate.  A fire which destroyed a cinematograph theatre at. Tilbury was  caused by a pet monkey, which waa  in the habit of striking matches.  A London judge has come'to the  conclusion that a great many people havo motor cars now-a-days  who ��������������������������� they really cannot afford t-o  keep a donkey.  Schools-playgrounds at Willesden  will be kept open during the. summer holidays,  so  that the children ;,  may not bc compelled to piay,-iiiHlie';  streets. " ���������������������������        '^-^������������������"-'.7 , --.___������������������-  A combination of thc British HarQ^-^';^'-^^^  rison, Clan, and Ellcrman shipping  - ''^.|^���������������������������^J  lircs have decided to-increase the  .s'eamship facilities'  from .the'west  ccast of England-, to East'Africa.  Hatlcss women visitors will not  bc allowed to enter'Yarmouth Parish church in future, and handkerchiefs, folded and placed on the  head, will not be regarded as sufficient.-       -' '        -   . ���������������������������  Lord Piosebery's visit to the Emperor Francis Joseph to announce  .he accession of the King will    be  deferred  until  the    latter half  ot  September,  when    thc   great Aus-  t.ian Army manoeuvres in the Carpathians will be over.    Lord Eose-  bery will then bc the guest of his  Majesty at the Hofburg in Vienna.  ���������������������������   Sir Charles 'Hardingc,  the  Viceroy-designate   of  India,   will  leave  London on November 3 to take up  his duties,  travelling   overland  to  Marseilles to join the liner Persia  for Bombay.  Mrs. Mary Mills, of Hatfield  Hyde, Hertfordshire, who has just  celebrated hcr 100th birthday, hai  spent practically all hcr life in Hat>  =ffel d"^p"ci rib.iT^and^st-ilHper-fo rms=all=  her household  duties.  Thc latest diet fad among smart  folks is the cult of asparagus. Twico  a day asparagus is eaten in consid-  c-ablc quantifies���������������������������at- least a pound  at a time���������������������������and some devotees serve  it in different guises throughout tho  dinner.  "While rule in India depends on  many "things," such --as-sympathy,  kindness and conciliation, and- ������������������  degree of courage and strength,"1  yaid Lord Curzon at the dinner of  the. Indian Civil Service Dinner  Club, "it depends in a higher degree on England's continued possession in lhat country of a capable, contented, and efficient Civil  Service."  Four postmen were charged al  Surrey Assizes with stealing postal  packets, and thc Lord Chief Justic������������������  said that it was a question whether,  thc leniency shown of late in these  cases had not gone too far.  In urging the   Bermondsey Borough   Council  fo take  steps to se-1  cure  thc   regulation   of    places   at  which brcad is sold, thc Bermondsey and Ilolherhithe Asociation   of  Master Bakers states that in many  cases   brcad is   sold   in the same,  shop  as soap, candles, coke, coal,  and paraffin oil, and that it is occasionally exposed in egg-boxes oo.^  the pavement.  It's the experience of. every vaamh-  that he wants a lot ho doesn't get  and gets a lot he doesn't yr������������������nK      .  Young girls ought to male* MiH  most'of their birthday*, for In" Mr  t������������������r yeara ihey cat., to 4*v_ tkMr- THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  IPf^f^SS ' not intend to make saint out of one  ������������������  ������������������. VL. _/_/ ; and   Sjnner    out   of   another    in the  Thursday,   October 6, 1910  transgression   of    them.     He has al-  Publishr-t! ..very Thursday at Enderby, B.C. at: ready" shown to the satisfaction of a  ..2 per yc:ir, by ihe Walk or Pres s.  Advertising R;it .: Transient, GOc an inch first  insertion, 2.c each subsequent insertion. Contract aHvmisir. .. ������������������1 an inoh per month.  Lo. il Nolicefi: 10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each aubsFijuent insertion.  Reading -Voiices and Locals: 10c a line.  OCTOBER 6. 1910  number of careless ones what the  pound by-law is good for. He has  also made a list of eighteen stovepipes sticking out of the roofs where  will be disposed    of by 20-acre homesteads and 20-acre    pre-emptions,  or  20 acres under conditional purchase.  Your obedient servant,  W.  C.  COYVELL,  Agent.  CORRECTING A FALSE WORD  *__'!___*,_?��������������������������� _.*  ._ SST!������������������_������������������?���������������������������M������������������*-������������������  <s>  'f  . .  ������������������������������������������������������r  &������������������������������������@mbGm������������������s������������������@mQ������������������&dto@& <$m<mQm������������������^-������������������������������������<$������������������$������������������$m������������������^^  I  few to ring   to-night,   he or she will  t have to   climb    into   the belfry and  swallow the   clapper,  and  then���������������������������Bob  will put you in jail  dently through the meddling of busy-  bodies, has got abroad in Enderby.  I have heard from several sources the  statement that Mrs. Embrcy and my-  31A KING A RECORD  Policeman Robert Bailey is teach-  in.: us all a pood lesson. For five  years our Oounciln.cn have passed  by-laws���������������������������and forgotten them. And J has set out upon,  permitted the rest of us to forget  them. V/e believed���������������������������apparently���������������������������that  it would I.. an expensive luxury to  invest somebody with the power to  enforce these laws, and we were atory  miserly in our desire to compel a respect for thc laws we passed. If it  were going to cost a dollar, we pre-  fcrrrt-th���������������������������,,.   our   officio j^'inVSch Vou aX .   ti^'Is _^ ,S_^ M To SenX'the..  whom t_i m.ttnr0^.������������������ia    ^ J.   sclf are    ^satisfied   with the treat-  .Offlipr   B    _     fh  .^"brought  ment Mrs. Emb has    recei    c]    t  asi%iA������������������Sis������������������s__a,!sre  jEmbrey  could  not   ask  better treat-  jment.   than    Mrs.     Sewell   and   her  j daughters  have   given  her.   We have  , heard it said   that she has been left  letter is self-explan- j alone in the   house   in her sickness.  T_,     , __   ���������������������������    ��������������������������� i This is  not   true.    Mrs.   Sewell and  Kamloops, B. C, Sept. 29,1910 I her daughters   have   fought hard  to  The Walker Press,    Enderby.     Sir: j bring. Mrs.Embrey back to health and  Referring to your^ letter of the 28th 'strength,  and so has Dr.  Keith.   We  OPENING  OF DOMINION LANDS  The following  the law broken���������������������������and we advised our-   truth  in     the     report   circulating j kindness'    and     consideration,     and  selves to   forget   it . But   on the 1st (throughout the Valley? that the Do* ���������������������������' whatever the end Tay beware S.  tl wn������������������rkei/f ?���������������������������. ?? ,Bailey t0?\ UP   minion 'Lancls at    Present 1!ndei' ^ !isfi^l   that   tSey    are Sing all that  the yrk of City Policeman.   And ni.eral    reservation   are   to be thrown'anyone could do    We have neJer said  tLh.t8?ntpay?rt p  -ihaVie daFSed SinCC   ������������������Pen t0 settlement on the 1st prox, I|a word thacould be construed a"a  that date, Mr   Bailey has done more : beg to   say    that   such report is en- ! complaint   because we have never had  to hft our judicial machinery out of  tirely erroneous.      When   a date has .any caus   to feelAnything hut /rate  Jhe sump   of   indifference   than   any-   been fixed for the   opening of all the ��������������������������� ful forMn. EmbreJ" tS^toS  rt  one we have had m police authority,   available   Dominion    Lands, the fact '"--'    '      * ^orey s treatment  at  Mr. Bailey has kindly but positive- | will be well advertised in all the  ly given us to understand that he is Reading newspapers for at least 30  going enforce the laws of the city, j days, so that all interested parties  He Relieves   the   laws    were   deemed j will receive due dotice.  Need a pair of Rubbers.  We have all kinds and all sizes in stock.  Let us fill your requirements in this line.  necessary or they would not have } I am not in a position at the pres-  oeen made, and since they were made 'ent time to state officially the acre-  and are on the books, hc feels that it; age that will be allowed, but "so far  is up to him now to see that they {as I am aware, the lands comprised  are observed, and Mr. Bailey has'in the Shuswap Division, of which  given it out positively that  he does Enderby and   district    forms a part,  their hands.  Yours truly,          W7. H. EMBREY.  ��������������������������� ���������������������������.<._..���������������������������<>��������������������������� _..������������������._. _������������������������������������~������������������-������������������-������������������������������������������������������-t-#_-������������������-������������������-������������������.������������������_������������������_<.#_<.^_,#M^.#_#-#.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished nnd Work Guaranteed  MOFFET'S BEST is dependably good and will make most loholesome and inviting bread.  It is scientifically milled by practical and competent millers and in a clean mill, and all  wheat for Moffet's Best is tuashed before being milled. For sale by all representative  grocers.  ������������������  We wish to announce that Miss Morgan has opened up  a Dressmaking Department in our store, and would be  ��������������������������� pleased to give you figures on any work you may wish  done.   We may state here that the goods do not have  : to be bought from us.       No matter where the goods  have been purchased, Miss Morgan will be pleased to  : make them up for you.. Kindly note, however, that  we have a very nice line of Dress Goods and Trimmings  in stock in all the latest shades and fabrics, and would  be pleased to have you call and examine them.  *��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-���������������������������"������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������.������������������.,������������������.,������������������..������������������-������������������.,���������������������������������������������,t.t.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  Uniform  Grades  AND GOOD MILL WORK  in lumber will  Eeduce4;he^Cost-o������������������  Building your  Home  more than BAD lumber at  cheaper prices.     First Cost  .is.by.no.means .the./wiaJ cost.  Figure it out. and you will  buy your lumber of���������������������������  A.R.Rogers Lumber  Company,   Ltd.  ^PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon. 4 to S  Evening, 7 to 8  '  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Su. ENDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  -BarristerrSolicitorr  Notary Public, Conveyaneer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  ORDER IN COUNCIL  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodra No. 40  Regular -��������������������������� meeting. - first -  Thursday on or niter the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  the Evecutive Council Chamber, Victoria,  Tuesday, the 23rd day of August. 1910. Present: Hia Honor The Lieutenant-Governor in  Council.  On the recommendation of the Honorable the  Attorney-General and under the provisions of 61  Victoria, chapter 24, 189S, the "Game Protection  Act", and Amendment Acta,  His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor of British  Columbia, by snd with the advice of his Executive  Council, doth order as follows:���������������������������  That th. regulation under the said Act made  by Order in Council No. 66., dated August. 3, 1910  provided that the "disabilities as to to the shooting  of the Columbia Sharp-Tailed Grouse, commonly  known as 'Prairio Chicken', shall be removed  throughout th. Province from the first day of  October, 1910, to the 31st day of October. 1910  1. th days inclusive," be and is hereby amended by  inserting: after the word 'Province', therein, the  words 'except in the Yale, Kamloops and Okanagan Electoral Districts'.  HENRY ESSON YOUNG,  Clerk, Executive Council   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, See'y, E. J. Mack, Treaa.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 85, K.of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. HalL   Visitors cordially 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 rates, etc, apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE. M. E.. Enderby  F.T.TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Repared  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  For Sale���������������������������76 Gramaphone records;  in good condition. 3 doz. 10-inch, 40  7-inch. $12.00 for the lot. Can be  seen at Wheeler & Evans. 1  Thursday,   October  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  * _���������������������������  From $3 to $26  Ury's Kootenay steel Ranges  are known   all   over   Canada as -the  BEST RANGE ON THE  MARKET  They are   sold   at   very    reasonable  prices,   when    you   consider that  every one of them is good for  20 to 25 years' hard wear.  ���������������������������    PRICE RANGE FROM  $37 to $68  Growth of Enderby Distric _  as Indicated by Increase in Business  ''Familiarity breeds contempt."        j man-feels it.   He is the best barom  In many ways this is true. Jeter we know   of   to   show what the"  In many ways it is not. - town.and district is doing.  In the matter   of   the general nrn- \3Q ge.fc suf)stantial   information on  si Lrrr������������������is ^,"- s���������������������������������������������. ������������������^.rs  str kingly brought out. business clone by him in the month of  U e live in a restricted atmosphere September for the past three years  most of us, . and ��������������������������� do not recognize l ." _'cPtembfer. 19������������������7, Mr. Fulton did  what-i. going' on around abou? u._ t^nZtf^^Z^  Our thoughts are centred upon and j difference in these' figures, "n round  confined to some petty personal ob- J,gures tIie^ were the same; in 1909,  ject, perhaps of,creed or sect there was an   upward tendency,  and  We lose the- larger things in our fe STtS^S.^T tffSoEh  strenuous grab for the smaller. Our! Just closed, Mr Son's buSss  lives are eaten up within the narrow , touched the $4000 .mark. Throughout  sphere of pettiness, and we fail" to I r ,s.ummeT ������������������f 1910, it has been  grow because w. f���������������������������n r_ __.���������������������������./".._I ���������������������������blng    uP^ard.    Mr.   Fulton  has  more- competitipn, this year than  ne has had in previous years. This  fact'should be remembered,  too,  for  grow because we fail, to see the,num-| more  erous   avenues   opened to .us wherein  we might advance. '        J  Like the scuttle fish, we darken the  way of advance by the very strenu-  ousness of -our faith in the generally  accepted non-essentials of Being. -'  it shows that the increase in the volume of business is- based entirely up^  on the increase in the volume of  building and   the   purchase of hard-  W?fe 1nd materials essential thereto.  If   there   was   no   appreciable   in  ACCORDING TO   SIZE,  We' sell other   lines   of smaller steel  ranges at prices ranging from  $14 to $30  -Our STOVE' HnTlTcomplete,   and  -  we ask   you' to   compare our    '  . prices   with-others be-1"  fore   ' buying  ���������������������������.      . ���������������������������   XL   tu������������������e   was   no   appreciable   in-  1 o fully appreciate . the advance ' ������������������fease ln the volume of building  that Enderby and district are making I ! Tould be no increase in the 'de-  we have to look beyond the scope of 3������������������? ������������������ n^gi-^^  veTeaS-boarCk������������������sf-   Z^ We ^^ ***** *������������������������������������*������������������������������������___   and hard'war  fr_J   _    .    _.        t(   north    or   south  this would be shown by the report of  ������������������__   _?__ ierh7' ?? S-ee in'every direc-  the-business of   the   sLe months in  tion striking.evidence of the general  the different years.    "  '       moatDS ">  forward    mnvem_i-      rph- - ������������������������������������������������������������������������._..   .������������������J . J a   ' . ���������������������������  This Oven Bakes Perfectly  as? ygr%tt^&^  Tit    hC entire. Tn so  thai  ������������������   bakes" as   veU  so it .can't warp   a?d   at   Die.     t������������������   ���������������������������'- ^"J _   stiffcnKi  Ssr^cTSriii01������������������������������������*"' v^3_jy*s?;  forward movement. The-"extent bf  qleanng that is being done; the general tendency to more thoroughly  develop the "land that is - cleared and  to improve the general conditions of  MAJOR BURNET  ' DEAD  Ask-for   particulars about  This is a .hard   asbestos-wall.board  .which, completely' "does away  with the ordinary lath        - :-  - and,  plaster   and  does not   cost  nearly   so -"  '-;' much -  It is with deep   regret that we re-  h _..������������������"*"��������������������������� "7 y* &e"erai conditions of   cord    the   death    of   the late Maior  ? ,a?Vf   thoroughness  of the' Peter Burnet, at "the age 3    p  n������������������brid������������������e bund?n,by ^ go?r^ent> '������������������T _W������������������ *ears ' the Major's __klth  reoaSin* ��������������������������� t uS' r������������������a'd making and had ��������������������������� hT -Squally .-failing, occas-  te?_.tn_f* __? th .owning up of new siomng him from time-to time very  IZS 2'nJ- ���������������������������'* P������������������.nts to an era of great Physical exhaustion, all of  great prosperity close at hand,      '     which he 'bore    with great fortitude-  delvnr fDd ������������������"rSelVeS to "��������������������������� and to ������������������" !and Ch"stian resignation The coS  SSLwiH 5aCk the ^aves of tesy which had been - so characteristic  se_S? __, Jc } r������������������������������������m of our own ������������������u him' continued to, the -last, being  spell? ruin%andnarrow. convictions,   shown    even    in   his - dying, hours to  th?W -   e man wno stands in  those who   souSht   to "attend to his  tue way. neef]s>   The end came-_ve      peacefully  n_-T*e rars' th.at- are S������������������ne we "of   at 5 p.m. on Thursday,' Sept." 29th.  nder.y have- sat suninfilv~Hf.il   _;,/.   - Thmi__h_.if +h<_ /.o.r.-+i.��������������������������� T./r_,-__ __.  ?, _ dCrb7 .^Ve' -sat 8upinely"stili' and  allowed the very   cream of. our agfi  Throughout the day/the Major had  been quite conscious,--and their quiet-  I tr    foil      _.*_    ���������������������������1 __ _ i _ ". ^  OUR  LINE OF  Loggers' Tools  Builders' Supplies  Paintg, Oils and Varnishes  is complete, and-we solicit your  enquiries for prices >  WE DO PLUMBING,  ' TINSMITHING  ROOFING  AND     HEATING /  A^Fultofi"  Hardware, Tin '& Plumbing  Establishment.     Enderbv  ____________ ~'  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  cult_r_i i_n������������������.a / k ��������������������������� - ������������������Iour a������������������ri_ "ee?.?111" conscious,--and the'n^quiet-  the InJZt-Li0 bC incorP������������������rated in-^ ell on sleep. ,A short'service was  S+h? -e n municiPality to the "held at his home-6n Friday-afternodn:  ������������������������������������������������������B,,+-*_ ;������������������.''_'     "     " -the remains being   .taken afterwards  _..������������������_,..*.-.     east' west and north, a  to Vancouver .for burial in the beau-  f evet" S 1S -t0ld-, HerVwe ^ee fUl Cefnetery in thatcity- ^ere?the  made   new   hnJ.W    de������������������InS* being   de.Mased was    laid 'to-rest near the  made,  new   homes    erected  and hew      land developed. It is in these directions, too,- that the government is  iwS ^-"t^ost to- assist the settlers and'land holders      An., it ���������������������������_ .���������������������������  t_7.���������������������������_eCt'������������������,,S that ������������������*W ta������������������ "^ Job" Vee* _rt������������������r?rcaranor .  ������������������?_nP?? 0UT energies in assisting the George's church, Enderby. The' Dall  I_ SLr>re d������������������ing '^e de7el0Ping. I bearers were members of the Order of  gress^s eaulu ?ty thesPirit of pro-������������������������������������������������������ Sons of Scotland, to which the  gress is equally   apparent.   One can-  Late    Major   Burnet    belonged.    The  0  Steel Ra t\ge  SSi^__f ^M^l^'*^ h^ -d ita _ed  best invested in 'a Kootenay7 U ^l*���������������������������? IaDg? money will be*  ^  grave'of his first wife and one"'of  their daughters. - The funeral services  were held at St.-. - James' - church \_e-'  mg conducted ,by - the Rector, the  Rev.  H. G. Fiennes-Clinton, and the'  t������������������d,���������������������������  _._^;.__.____,, w���������������������������,,,,,.. v;���������������������������00���������������������������r=. & ]M.at ��������������������������� B._ .fliii;.ioi- ^  For Sale by ^;jULTONwEnderbv  not look-upon the many new buildings recently greeted and now in the  course, of erection, without being  struck with the substantiality of  things. Business has not boomed,but  n. every .direction the steady, safe  forward movement is in , evidence  To the credit" of our business insti-'  tutions be it   said-that they are do-  ine.  all w__- "ft. ���������������������������ey are do'  i     ,,gn zaJ   ]0Ug   period of. her "hus  band __^..h^^^^ to him  floral gifts included a beautiful" cross  from   his   wife,  .a    large   handsome  wreath from   the- Sons bf Scotland  and lovely tributes from his sons and  daughters. ~ ."   ,.   -  We desire to extend our heartfelt  sympathy- in this-hour of bereavement to his sorrowing wife, who,  through the   long   period of her-hus  hfln_'o      _nffr_.i'__     ".-___. _*    _��������������������������� ^_l _ _ -  i .   _  ���������������������������T"*  s now  - ---���������������������������    ���������������������������������������������-������������������������������������    jjyjnci   tu cater  to and hold the' business rightly belonging to Enderby. " There are few  stores in- even the larger Valley  towns which are so well stocked or  so systematically- conducted, or in  which the displays are better.   .  Perhaps   there   is   no   line   in-the  _whple^category-^of���������������������������business^tlfe^de^  velopment of   which   is- so indicative  of the   general   advance   of the district, as   that   of   hardware." Unless  the country is building up, the hard-  -  Ol    .   -"UI.I...U      LU      Ullil  with the- most constant and- devoted  love.  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  -Hayjng_added__ a ..cement-brick- ma-  chine 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  Mara, B. C  Eldernell Orchard  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L. MATTHEWS  IN THE CHURCHES  CHE^������������������.?'������������������f ENGLAND. St. George's Church,  Enderby-Seryice.every Sunday 8 a.m., 11 a m  and 7.80 P.m. LATE celebration of Hoy Co'_  miinion 1st Sunday in month at 11 a.m. Sunday  School at 10 a.m. N. Enderby Service at 3 ?5 p.  m., 2nd Sunday in month. Hullcar-Service at .  P.m 4th Sunday in month. Mara-Service at 3 p.  m. 1st and 3rd Sundays m month. Regular meeting of St. George's Guild last Friday in month at  METHODIST  CHURCH-Servic _ Sunday 7-30  P- m.   Junior Epworth League, Tuesday 8 p.  ShoS'SoJfS^^ ThUr8day8 P-mV S������������������?_ V  C. F. CONNOR, Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Sunday School,  A 2:30 p.m.; Church service, ,11 a. m.: Young  People s meeting, Wednesday, 8pm  D. CAMPBELL, Pastor.  FERTILE OKANAGAN FRUIT LANDS  biaThisno\^^ ^anagan, British Colum-  are particularly notiSlble inP'tS n0^- ^ Jhese ^ cl>flracteristics  - firm of B. C. anS surveyors^ atr^x!1 Estfe' wbich " a_"^able  as being first-class hottnm fin_i _ th������������������fo������������������gh examination describes  loam.-- We ourselves^ a^ter , rir^n ������������������mi)OSed.-of a deP������������������s,t of silt and  surrounding dfstrict -find that tS i_fTinat!������������������n ������������������f tMs CState and the  higher priced vegetables-cele?v ,nd 1and Produces blimP<* crops of the  small fruits  of IfcepSona? ciualfty  t0matoes-as    ^11   as   large    and  Carl* OrThSfs pricing ttouZSl* T,0 _{   8lm,lar   so11 to t,lat of  several acres   owned   by Sf.  J'  H.Pattoi. CGlery anm'ally ������������������n  Immediately across the river from  Oarlm Orchards, Mr. Waddell is getting splendid   results   from general  farming, and   his   apple orchard is  yielding bumper crops.  On all sides there are many similar instances proving that Oarlin  Orchards are eminently suited for  fruit-growing and an intense system  of farming. Prom such land as this  one may obtain an independence  with a small outlay of capital and  labor, while living . under desirable  conditions and engaging in a pleasant occupation.  We offer 10 to 20 acre blocks in  Carlm Orchards at from $100 to  $125 per acre; a small payment  down and the   balance in 1, 2   and  y1ea[S>   Some of the land is clear,  and the cost of clearing the balance  frnSf ������������������__ t?d*,Ay   ^he   engineers   at  ������������������.m _E������������������ to $40 Per acre- most of it  only 520, to prepare ready for planting.   When in full bearing this land  will be worth $1000 per acre.   Investigate this proposition.   Write now  for full   information' and carefully  prepared data. '  : m^E���������������������������Z wi^������������������Ult^ ^."^-oi,_.d one-half miles  ^om bnderby, with good-nver front; all level,- and-would as a whole  -"���������������������������   %  v aD, lde?-miX?d f^'."havinglands- suitable   for "fruit    laLfand  >S_^_e^^ ���������������������������rt- acres-slas^ aDd:  EI(S������������������nuaf po_S ^ ^ ������������������r������������������*������������������ -^each.. In" the choicest  ness A rare 111?V *'' **"***��������������������������� "J"*****- 'or school and busi-  able tetms        ' ������������������ SGCUre * ^^ Site 'for   a h���������������������������������������������- on"reason--  For further particulars and list of"properties, apply to- ':  .       .,���������������������������,- ' ^ea' Estate and Insurance Ag-ent  ^a5eG^iffift^?g;-&?������������������*^.- ^he Nova Scotia Fi. Insurance Co..   The  ENDERBY  GRINDROD  f  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland  Turkeys  Toulouse Geese-.,.  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winning  My Partndge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.     %  MRS. WADDELL, Prop. Enderby> B. c   J  ���������������������������  i  i  ���������������������������  i  t  I  i  ���������������������������  JAMES MOWAT  ROGERS, BLACK & McALPINE,  Selling- Agents  624 Pender St., W��������������������������� Vancouvrr.  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Life Insurance policy in the Koyal Insurance Co  of Liverpool, Ens,., is a valuable asset.     A plain "  ?i_f. ?htf<T-;lrd   .ontract' living no room for  doubt as to its value.  ,p,heI_veri?00,1 & London & Globe Ins. Co.  t_   . ��������������������������� ?���������������������������������������������lx Insurance Co. of London.  British America Assurance Co.  Koyal InsuranceCoof Liverpool (Life dept)  lho London & Lancashire Guarantee  .  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE  MS? taI&LW^^ now  material for a substantial house.'   8Sl K By far. the cheapest  of your painting, and half the cost of insurant    ' warm in Wlnter:   saves most  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  M I h6mc ��������������������������� *  f**_^*^*������������������*������������������*������������������  DAINTY DISHES.  An Invalid's Dish.���������������������������Procure a  young pigeon and place it in a "stew-  pan .containing'equal parts of milk  and white -'.stock,- seasoned, and  bi ing all to the boil. Skim carefully. Simmer the .pigeon for half  an hour, then lake it, out, thicken  the sauce, boil" it up, and serve  0 round the bird.  ���������������������������3al.v"s Pudding.���������������������������Rutter a break-  pepper; boil fifteen minut-es; press  through strainer; add one-half pint  'sweet cream; let come to boil;  servo.  Cream Tomato Soup.���������������������������But contents of one quart cup of tomatoes  in granite stew pan, put on stove,  and boil five minutes, then strain  and mash them' through colander,  put back on thc fire ancl add soda,  thc size of a- hazlenut; let it boil  until it stops foaming,, then add a  piece of butler thc size of a walnut, tablespoonful of sugar, salt  ami pepper to taste, and a littlo  real smooth, creamy thickening  stirred in slowly, and let- cook  about fivo minutes. In another  granite pan have one quart of rich  milk or part milk and part cream,  ������������������ast-cup ancl crumble into it thc j Boat it to tho. boiling point, but do  whole of a penny sponge-cake. Pour Snot boil. When ready to serve rc-  o\cr this a beaten egg mixed with a j.r.ovc from the fire and pour slowly  gill of milk. . Let the pudding soak Ith<j hot, thickened tomatoes into tho  fer half an hour, cover it with j hot milk, stirring thc milk until all  greased paper, and let it steam ; is well blended, then serve in warm  slowly for twenty minutes. Stand jboulion bowls with salted wafers  fc:% a few minutes after taking from ior triangles of thin toasted bread,  "the saucepan, then turn it- out and This makes a delicious soup. Never  servo, cook milk and tomatoes together or  1.aspberry Pudding.���������������������������Two eggs, they will curdle; and always use a  their weight in butter and fine J shyer or wooden spoon in tomatoes,  fiour, thc weight of one in breadcrumbs and sugar, two tablespoonfuls of raspberry jam, and one tea-  Epoonful of baking-powder. Cream  the buter and sugar, add the beat-  on eggs, and. lastly, thc flour cand  breadcrumbs, -' with a small teaspoonful of baking-powder. Add  tha jam ancl beat all together.  Biace in a buttered mould and steam  for two hours.  ��������������������������� _.-  ��������������������������� Beef Tea Made in Twenty Minutes. ���������������������������This is: a most useful recipe in the case of sudden illness.  BROKEN HEALTH  BRINGS WRINKLES  TA 1,KIN (J  LIC HTII0 _ SES.  A. Swedish Invention to Give Mariners Warning.  Wonderful " possibilities are  claimed for a Swedish" invention  called the photographonc, by means  of which it is said that sound waves  can bc registered on a sensitized  plate, says the London Graphic.      j  The negative is developed in thc '  ordinary way and thc sound curves  A RECORDJN^ HITTING. "1  Delohanty's Four Homers and a Singl*  In Fivo Times at Bat.  Tbe baseball espert Hugh S. Fuller-  ton, in au article on "Ratting" in the  American Magazine, describes as follows the greatest hitting feat.recorded,  executed by Ed Delebanty. and which  lt was his good fortune to witness:  "Adonis Terry was pitching���������������������������a great  pitcher with a wonderfully, fast curve  ball���������������������������aud three of the home runs were  BULL BAITING.  How All Women Can Preserve tai  Health and Goocl Looks.  Too. many women and girls look  old long before they should. In  Shred finely one pound of shin of nine cases out- of ten it is a matter  beef,-put it-in a saucepan with one: of-health. Work, worry, confine-  ' pint of cold watcr. Stir it to sep-jment indoors and lack of exercise  arate the meat and allow thc water, cause the- health to run down,  to extract thc juice. Leave it for (Then faces become thin and pale;  eight minutes, and then stir over j lines and wrinkles appear, there  a "moderate fire until it simmers, j are headaches, backaches and a  Pcur.off the liquid, remove the fat' constant feeling of tiredness,  from the surface with kitchen pa-j Women and girls who feel well  nor. Season and serve at once. -.look well. Therefore improve your  Ginger Toffee.���������������������������Take three-quar- health and you will look better. 'It  ters of a pound of brown sugar, a is a fact that thousands of Canadi-  quarter of a pound of-butter, and'an women and girls owe thc robust  essence of ginger to taste. But the health they enjoy to Dr. Williams'  butter into a preserving pan, and.I'ink Bills. They feel well and en-  as soon as it is melted add the su-'joy   life  as  only  a, healthy  person  transferred to .ebony plates, from, made off tbe curve The.ftrst time  which the sound is reproduced as ; at bat De,ehanty blt the ba��������������������������� hijJb over  by tho gramophone. ; tbe rlgbt fiel(1 fCuce> perhaPs seventy  The photographonc records can ��������������������������� feet trom the foul ,iIiei wlllch would  be reproduced ad infinitum, and if \yG 245 feet from tho plate, and the  the original music or song should , fence was thirty-live feet high. The  rot bc strong enough to fill a large j _econd time he hit over the same fence,  concert hall, the sound can be in- but farther toward center field. The  creased as desired. On account- of! third time he,drove a single over short  thc . immense volume of its sound stop. . line hit and perhaps the hard-  the inventor    prophesies   that the   est hit of all.   Dahlen, leaping, touched  Stir this gcntlv for  a  can.  te" of an hour, or until a little bib; The simple reason for this is  of it- dropped into cold watcr is, that Dr. Williams' Pink Bills make  brittle. Directly Lhe toffee is-new, rich, red blood, which  boiled to this point, add the ilav- j strengthens all thc vital organs,  oiing and pour it off. I bungs brightness to the eye, a glow  ... Neapolitan Soup.���������������������������Soak six oun-;of health to thc cheek, and bracing  ees of haricot beans overnight, then. strength to evcry part oE the body,  place-them in a saucepan with two j Mrs. Warren Wright, Una, Sask.,  ounces of dripping and-three pints'says: "I feci that I owe a debt of  of cold water, and bring gently to | gratitude to Dr. Williams' Pink  boiling point. Clean and cut up! Bills that nothing I can say in  small onion, half a stick ot celery, itheir favor'will fully repay. I was  onc beetroot, and three tomatoes, so reduced in health and strength  Add them   to the    soup     when it that I was hardly able to walk at  photographone    will     replace   fog   the ball with both hands.   Thoy were,  sire"S in lighthouses. j torn apart iind the b_.ll caromed al-  Insteacl of thc inarticulate howl'. most to the left (ielders before it struck  which the sirens send out in the ' the ground. The next home run was  night the photographonic foghorn; straight to the center Geld between  will call out the name of thc light-   the clubhouses, nearly 400 feet away.  house for miles over the ocean.  ._.-  "boils, -and let  all  boil gently    together  for  two  and a. half (iiours.  a'l, and could   do no    work whatever.    My  blood  was  so thin  and  3ass through a sieve, return to thoiwatcrv that my lips and finger tips   not too much.  LITTLE ECONOMIES.  During these days of high food  prices the following suggestions will  help toward keeping down the  housekeeping bills:  _NTo  orders by telephone.  Definite sums each week to be-1  expended.  All purchases made personally.  Know all about what you are  buying. |  Patronize good stores. I  Buy iu bulk, never in paper pack-1  ages. j  Pour off top of cream from bottle  of milk for coffee. ' |  Go to the pantry daily, look into  the cracker jar, the bread and cake  boxes; note exactly the- stock, the  pantry contains. j  Cook for each meal enough,  but  The last time he catne to the bat the  crowd was cheering, him on. Lange  retired between the clubhouses, which  were set at angles. Delehanty hit a  curve ball. It alighted od the roof of  one clubhouse, bounded to the roof of  the other and rolled halfway back to  the second baseman. And yet Chicago  won the game���������������������������_ to G.  : A Brutal "Sport" That Was Popular In  1 Former Days.  The principle of bull baiting was extremely simple. A collar was fastened round the bull's neck, and by this  the bull was attached by a rope lo a  stake. The rope varied from nine to  fifteen feet in length and therefore allowed the bull but little movement.  The audience was accommodated in a  circle or "ring."  The bulldog's duty was t-o grasp the  bull's nose, aud when he had succeeded iu obtaining a grip he was required  to maintain his hold, despite the efforts of the larger animal to dislodge  hiin. The bull awaited the attack with  lowered horus, which the dog sought  to evade by crouching toward the head __  of his opponent. Sometimes the bull  managed to get his horns under or  Into the-dog, which was then throwu  high into the air.  Writers state that dogs had been  tossed up to a height of thirty or forty  feet. The dog. if he survived, would  "retire hurt." On.the other hand, once  the dog. which was trained to grip only  the nose, obtained a hold his adversary would have little chance of shaking him off. The bull would whirl the  dog in the air and struggle frantically  to wrench his nose free from lhe terrible grip. When, from sheer exliau*-  tion. the dog dropped clear of the bull  a fresh dog was seut into the rin__.  I  saucepan, stir while it boils, season with pepper and salt, and  serve.  Cakes. ��������������������������� Take two  Banbury  resembled those of a corpse. I had  i'.imost- constant headaches, and the  smallest exertion would set my  I heart palpitating violently, and of-  pounds of currants, half an ounce | ten I would drop in a faint. Nothing  of ground allspice and powdered ; I did.seemed to help me in thc least  eiijuamon. four ounces each of candied orange and lemon peel, eight  ounces  of  butter,   one    pound    of  moist sugar  TtTixi^  and I felt so far gone that I never  expected to  recover my health.    I  was in this critical condition when  hve-hre-ounees^of^L-i-Gad^i 1 ua.____e__yspapci;__o_f a cure in  fiour.   Mix all together thoroughly.'i a case like mine through the use of  Boll out a piece of puff paste, cut j Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and I decided to   try them.      I got a half  dozen boxes and before I used them  all there was a great change in my  condition!     My appetite returned,  the color began to come back to my  lips and face, and my strength Was  increasing.    I continued the' use of  if into oval shapes, put a small  quantity of the mixture into each  a-.d double them up into the shape  oi a puff.' Place those on a board,  .kitten carefully with a. rolling-pin,  and sift sugar over each..-...:- _  Buttermilk Salmon.���������������������������linked- can  " sa!men with^buterinilk���������������������������One-can  salmon, two eggs, two lablespoon-  fi Is melted butter ur cottolcnc. ono  cup buttermilk Avith one-half teaspoonful soda. Ktirr'ed into it. Salt  aud pepper to taste; one-half, cupful corniueal and two su.la crackers  crumbled down. Mix all together,  put in greased pudding dish, and  bake half an hour. Thi;, is a delicious dh-h and as light as a feather.  Enough  fur live people.  Pork (.'hups with Green Peppers.  ��������������������������� One tablespoonful of butter in a.  fi\in .pan and heat; put in pork  chops and brown quickly on both  sides; cover with boiling water ami  one green pepper chopped fine, adding the seed also; season with salt  ar.d let ���������������������������simmer one-half tn three-  quarters uf an hour. Thicken the  gravy with. Hour and watcr and  pour over the chops when serving.  Pork chops cooked after this recipe  can be prepared early in thc day  with the exception of thickening  the gravy, which should bc done  ]u_.1  before serving.  TOMATO 60V.V.  Cream ._ Tomato Soup. ��������������������������� Onc  laige tablcspoot.Jul of butler, two  carrots sliced, oue union sliced, celery sliced, small slice or bone of  raw iiAm, one lablespooiiful of  .fiour. When all is brown put in  ci .  w.pful vi  t.u.itucs;    salt and  Study contents or refrigerator,  use what is there before buying  morc.  Serve leftovers daintily in pretty  dishes.  Make your own bread.  Use good plain cheap cake recipes, making a variety of frostings  anci fillings.  Doubling' Her Capacity.  "I want a nurse girl who is cape. Ie  of taking care of twins," said a woman  to   the   manager   of  an   employment  agency.  A dozen  maids  ranged against the  wall  were questioned as to their familiarity with twius.    Finally one girl  produced  documentary 'evidence that  for the  last  live years  most of  her  ; waking moments  had  been  spent in  the company of twins.    She got the  job.    When she reported for work in  the afternoon she was introduced to  but one infant.  "Where is the other one?" she asked.  "Oh, there are no twins about this,  house,"   said   her   mistress.     "I   just  said twins so I would be sure to get a  competent  nurse.    Any  girl   who  la  capable of handling two children can  give extra good care to one.    That i_  a little ruse i always employ when I  hire a nurse."~N'ew York Times; i  Insect Sits on Its Eggs.  Family matters In the case of insects,  usually mean only the depositing oi  eggs in suitable situations for the independent development ot the offspring, the parent insects often dying  before the young appear. Tho earwig,  however, provides a remarkable exception to the general rule, for it sits upon  its fifty or more eggs until they are  hatched, just as a bird would do. and,  moreover, if tho eggs get scattered It  carefully collects them together again.  In the early months of the year, when  digging tiie soil, female earwigs may  frequently be found together with  their batch of eggs. At the slightest  sign of danger the young ones huddle  close to their mother, hiding beneath  her body so far as It wilf cover so  large a family.���������������������������Strand Magazine.  CAKES7  -U)'iiiP-il.l._f.or some; time ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������!(  and  they restored me to the pihkT _f"perfect health. . While using the Pills  f gained twenty pounds in weight.  Alv cure was'made in the summer  of 1009, and I am now enjoying better health than ever before."  D". Williams' Pink Pills will do  for other weak and worn women  just what they did for Mrs. AVright,  of they are given a fair trial'. Sold  hy all medicine dealers or by mail  at f>0 cents a box or six boxes for  . _.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,   Brockville, Ont.  The Wolves and the Meat.  "1 had thought that it was peculiar  to-human .natur_eu.t_o_j.egaid_that���������������������������wbic-i  one has as of less value than that  which one has not, but I had reason  to change my opinion the other day,"  said a visitor to the zoo.  "A keeper tossed four pieces of meat  Striped Cake.���������������������������White part���������������������������One-  half cupful butter, onc cupful su-.  gar, one-half cupful sweet- milk,'  two cupfuls flour in which sift two!  tcaspoonfuls baking powder,' Into the den of two gray wolves. Oue  whites of three eggs. Dark part��������������������������� piece landed on tlie roof of the shelter  One cupful brown sugar, one table-: house, and a wolf with a lame fore leg  spoonful molasses, one-half cupful passed over the pieces on the ground,  butter, one-half-cupful sour milk in' a������������������d, standing on his hind legs, tried  which dissolve one-half teaspoon- and tried to get that oo the roof, which  ful soda, two cupfuls of flour, one was just out of reach. The other bun-  tablc-poonful of cinnamon and all-   eiT  wotf save  his  attention  to tho  Social Distinctions.  Are we boru snobs, do we achieve  snobbishness, or do we have snobbishness thrust upon us'r It we achieve  it we sometimes do it early. Tho  other day I heard Beatrice, a littlo  =-nine^y_at_ol.d, _e_j>oundiug__i_o__a visitor^  of about her own ago.  "No," said Boa trice Impressively,  "we don't play with Sarah any more.  We found out that her father has only  a first name job. Our papa, you know,  holds a mister posiiiou."��������������������������� Woman's  Home Companion.  P.ABY DO'S AND DOIT'S  Do give baby all the watcr you  can get him to drink, but don't give  it to him cold. Often when hc frets  a drink will quiet him���������������������������hc is just  thirsty.  Don't feed him every time hc  cries, but at regular intervals--once  evcry three or four hours is plenty  from the start, and only once dur-  ii.c thc night. More babies cry  from disturbances of. the stomach  caused by overfeeding rather than  underfeeding.  Do keep him out of doors all day if  possible. There, is nothing like fresh  air tu keep him healthy.    Don't let  spice. Drop a spoonful of each  kind in a. well greased cake dish,  first the light part, then the dark  alternately. Try to drop it so that  the cake shall bc well streaked  through, so that it has the appearance of a striped cake.  Small Cakes.���������������������������One pint of molasses, onc pound brown sugar,  cue tablespoon of melted butter,  two tablespoons of soda,, one-half  cup of sour milk, one-half teaspoon  each of cinnamon, cloves, and allspice, onc nutmeg,  pinch uf mace.  An Effective Threat.  ��������������������������� A certain Missouri editor   _ ready to  take a  tlier in nigh nuance.    He got  his schooling by threatening to publish  pieces ou the ground and disposed of   ll>e name ot thc young man seen with  all three.   Going over to the house. ha'--|1,s sweetheart's head on his shoulder  sniffed for a moment aud then sprang  upon the roof, ate the fourth piece and  stretched out for repose."���������������������������New Tort  Sua.  . .: i.. -  "      " '  .-  .__ *Vw.  A Friend In Need.       '    " "'"  Algie ��������������������������� 1   say,   Fred,   you're���������������������������aw���������������������������,  fsvlund of mine, aren't you?  Fred-Sure.  Algie���������������������������Then be "a good fellow and���������������������������  if he didn't come across with a dollar  on subscription. Fifty-seven young  fellows slipped In and paid a dollar.  The editor says he has letters from  several others informing him they will  hand him a dollar the next time thoj,  are In town.���������������������������Kansas City Star.  , aw���������������������������help me out.   I'd like to have that  iind one grated orange .and lemon ;; pweUy   cousin   ot   y0uaha ' learn   all  (lour to make a stiff dough.      Mix! ab0ut  my-aw-good  points,  doucher  the ingredients the night before and   know.  in the morning roll out thin and cut      Kred���������������������������I am helping.you, old chap.   I  in oblong ;  add more fiour if needed, as some Hour differs.  Date and Walnut Cake,���������������������������One  pound of walnuts, one-half pound of  dates, two cupfuls of sugar, six  eggs beaten separately, three tablespoonfuls cracker crumbs and one-  half teaspoonful of baking powder.  Chop nuts (not too fine); cut dates  in quarters. Bake in shallow pan  half an hour. When cold break in  small pieces ancl heap on a chop  one  handle him  more  than  is i platter,   ('over with whipped cream  it    makes ar.d sprinkle with candied cherries,  j This will serve ten.  argued with her for two hours yesterday trying to convince hor that yott  weren't as big a fool as you look.���������������������������  Chicago News.  Losing Their Charm.  Vicar's Daughter���������������������������1 suppose the rain  kept you from the funeral last Tuesday, Mrs. liloggV." Mrs. Blogg���������������������������Well,;  partly, miss; but, to speak true, wot  with the rbeuuiatiz and doln' awayj  with the 'am and the cake afterwards,,  funerals ain't the jaunts they used ti  be for tne!���������������������������London Opinion, .  ���������������������������aa_______Ma__*_____MMti.  *'  I.I..S..J  Tbe cbange of fashions is the ta_#  that the Industry of the poor levies ogl  the vanity of tbe ricU.���������������������������Chamfort.      }  ;>!.y  absolutely     necessary;  them, tired and  fretful.  AXLE OREASl  is the turning-point to economy   i  in wear and tear of wagons. Trf  a box. Every dealer everywhere.  Tho Smperia! Oil Co.,Ltd.  Oalsrlo Agents: The (1 o������������������f a CUy OU Co.. 1(4 /  1  d  _  l\\  su  _  h.  INDIVIDUALITY      IN     CIGAR  . MANUFACTURING.  To many '-people the word Havana as applied to cigars, means  something fine to smoke. They  would hardly believe that there aro  30,000 bales o������������������,tobacco on the Island  *f Cuba to-day that -is practically  unsaleable. -,--���������������������������  '_ The selection of thc proper leaf  ������������������ a science that is acquired only  toy the student in tobacco, and it  takes years of study.  Even after the leaf has been well  ejected it can be spoiled in the  manipulation. Two manufacturers,  eimiJarly equipped, may select a  >ega of Havana tobacco that is  very finej onc of them wi��������������������������� wi]1 tako  o the odd numbers ancl thc other  all the even numbers, they will  make die same shape, weight and  si-vic but the cigars will be entirely different in  taste, because    one  . Jias not exercised the same care in  the dipping of tho tobacco in the  water, _ins stripped it too quicklv.  ..uot allowing it to properly absorb  ami _vn.,.   -.1.. l.    i_ i   ....   .  ON THE BRIDGE.  /'Who was it thought about building this?" asked Ted, as heI looked  down from the car-window as the  I train crept out over the big bridge.  | i It is hard to say who thought  aoout the first bridge/' said his fattier. I suppose .the first time a  bridge was made somo one threw"  some great stones into the water  and walked over on them; or they  broke down a tree and laid it across  .the space and crawled across to the  other side.'"''  "And then    what?" asked   Ted  who always wanted thc entire story'  and sometimes more.  "Next they probably heaped thc  stones   so they   could    pass   over  deeper water, and they bound lon-  gei   boughs together."  "And then "  "Well, and then they kept addine  f ONTARIO GAINS.  Impetus to ibe Industrial Develop-  ment of the Province.  ,The ��������������������������� organization of the Canada  machinery Corporation has more  tnan usual interest from an Ontario standpoint, inasmuch as all  the companies included have grown  with the country from very small  beginnings to the point where they  *ro the largest concerns of their  ������������������n_ not only in Ontario, but in  the whole of Canada.  The  town  of Gait has  been thc  gioat centre in . Canada    for the  OP  a��������������������������� wffiCE MAN'" 8BI'W IKON  Wr._W9.,,ces   ������������������t   factory prices  Write for booklet.   Ad d_., Toronto  DYEING !      GLEANING!  For tlie very best, semi your woi-k to tho  "BRITISH AMERICAN DYEING CO."  ^ Look for a^ent in your town, or send direct.  Montreal.    Toronto,    O.ta .a,    Quebec.  f)*_"���������������������������������������������_. Tumors, Lumps, etc   2i_te___il  v   ind external, cured without b__������������������m_VI  pur home treatment.' Write u .  _.���������������������������fain .by  late.    J)r.   Bellmau   MedicLl   Co    ftMfl  Cpllinewood;  Ont. '   Iamlte<M  | Tho Heart of a Piano is the  Action.   Insist en tho  I OTTO HIGEL  Piano Action  FOR  SALE.  O:, SPr.I__}TD     J--AKAI.S     IX     _______ F.r_ I  ���������������������������/W .-Count v   for  sale   or ov_, .-,���������������������������������������������?- ,?X  ^S_������������������Hi������������������_l������������������i^  Limited. Lomlo,!. hatate   ^"hange,  stones or boughs and put ing them lioTT in Can. <1d was biS en  together in better fashion un������������������t il Z M^nJZ ..*?���������������������������  ll]c naT of Ml  manufacture of woodworking ma-  chinery and tools, and the growth  fi the industry there and in neighboring towns has been of the steadiest and soundest character. Ever  since the woodworking machinery  ilIS,!"������������������filn Can,a<'<1 was big enough  time came when they could build  fiucn a bridge as this, or the great  1-orth Bridge that you read about,  R.  and draw through, has dried it loo or Pun toon" Bridge" in" Calcutta  quickly, has dampened it too much "Oh, it is just male n- then   bet  because some of it became too dry, tor and better-just from a ]tic?"  has given U- to his workmen    when said Ted," taking hLSTt lesson   ���������������������������  -it was cither  too dry,  or too  soft the progress of stricture  ana   has  eventually   turned out  a' "v-~   -.._������������������������������������������������������   ,,limi,lc  poor  cigar  from a good  piece of  tobacco.  The house of "Payne of Granby"  enjoys .a very enviable reputation  tor their individuality in their ci  grow-great men try   to make  the  tilings wc need and make them Set  CONSULT  Grevilfe & Co.  ESTABLISHED   1885  Stocks, Bonds   _ nd  PebeMures  INVESTMENT   AGENTS  43 Scott Street, Toronto.    Main 2189-  MacGregor has been closely associ-    _Q_____L        s. ������������������*   atcd with it, -and it was under his    KOD���������������������������f fSOfl B_7V^  direction  that- the leading compan-1     ^^^^M 8^W.fl| U>_. U>,  Jes included in the consolidation be  came known by the lines of machin-  cry  they  manufactured ' from  one  I    v of,Cana<Ja to ihe other.  Mr. MacGregor, as well as all the  other men who have had practical  n*Vr ___ 1>T ___-. __������������������       * J  1 1 ��������������������������� _������������������/. A  Ontario Veterinary Colletfe  Afiiliated  with  the University  of   Toronto'!_.._  under the Control of tho i).p_,rtr.*_ ' of  Agncultur. of Ontario.  ���������������������������,f0r Sick Animals at the Collar.  vSl;Er;E,RE-0PENS SEPT- 3������������������th, ofo  x.lt.-Culcndar on application.  Dept. H.        K- A- A' GRA������������������a������������������. V.S   M.S.,'  Principal.  Designers a .d Builders of  ESS.  Yes, that'is the wav great things  _ vT- "^ -Vh������������������* havc had Practical  w-great men ti/tS mak _   the b^^C ^ th^ (!iffc^������������������t comPan-  tc  Ears for  taste  and  the exquisite  workman  ���������������������������������������������'     *.,n<?      smokor    of    their  ihara.h'   cigar   has   ever found  one that drew hard.  All of the employees in "J. Bruco  Iaync, Limited," factory have  - learned their trade in the factory,  their- foremen havc been promoted  from the ranks of the cigar makers'  arid are stock holders in the business.-  They havo recently introduced a  new high grade line called "Lords  of. Canada,'' that goes over the  counter, at. ten cents straight that  is winning a great reputation for  its generous size and exquisite  .tafite, bringing repeat orders, although owing 'to its cost to manufacture no money is being spent on  advertising it.  ��������������������������� --;   -" "'"^���������������������������tiil/   _.J_lj.cl_l-  es included m thc consolidation are  being identified with the Canada  Machinery Corp., and as the re-or-  The transition from winter's cold I ^^���������������������������S������������������/7^ l? ^  i summer's heat frequently    m,fs   ,._^,  lu~  1-1-, l  ������������������f  thc.n.ew   com"  ,, r,   ^   a"  LUtJX   ^-      I������������������e iransition from winfor'^ ^/.1_   7..-..1 ��������������������������� i--������������������ i-vwU.,. 1W- _impJt  tho    uniform  blend   and   to summer's heat fzeq entlv    onS Li     i   CfPltf1  ������������������f  tho  new   com'  the exquisite  workman-   a strain upon the system th_t Zrnlll^^J^pment ci it^ood-  a strain upon the system that     o    wn.I'' ^ dTlopmenfc ������������������f thc wootl  BIG JOB.  Mrs. Microbe-"What   shall   wc  name the  babies?"  Mike'Microbe-'-'Well.   the    first  thousand  I  named    Clarence   and  you named the rest of them Mabel,  and I think    it's up to you from  now on.  v.-ays painful and often serious A  common form- of disorder is -dysentery, to which many are prone in  the spring and summer. The very  best medicine to use in subduing  tins -amful ailment is Dr. J D  I\cllogg's Dysentery Cordial. It is  a standard remedy, sold every-  whe -e. J  FEIENDLY CRITICISM.  r "Do you think this poem will  live, asked the verse carpenter  with the -high brow.  ' -  ''Oh I guess it will," replied the  crtical friend. "It seems pretty,  tough." '    ���������������������������        J  o ���������������������������   _������������������.___..._. .iiuuui uk mucn  [ greater than it has ever been at any  previous -period: .    ���������������������������  ���������������������������: *-   IF THEY HAD.  If men had "fur women would have  a- lot of fun rubbing it the wrong  way. - . - b  It is useless providing pure fresh  milk for your children, and then  Allowing, diseased, germ-bearing  flies io contaminate it. Use .VP-  son's Fly Pads, and keep your  Louse free from the filthy insects.  R BOATS  ALL SIZES  KNOCK DOWN FRAMES  HULLS furnished complete or in  any sta^e of completion.  LAUNCHES, with Engines in-  stalled, ready> to run, in stock.  Send stamps for catalogue.  Foot������������������ of   Bay   Street  .HAMILTON.  CANADA  G ENE RALLY.        ""  When people ask for advice'it is  generally for the purpose of deciding what not. to do.  Is Your Hearing Good 7  The   HEAR-O-PIIONE   will   ���������������������������1���������������������������   ,on   the  ���������������������������lenoflta  of  food   hearing.   sSd   fw   fnS  ���������������������������  Jr^.' ___'"*   Partic"'a������������������   and    name*-  Cf   ������������������ati_..cd   uaera.   Also'  ���������������������������ptclal Offer for a Month's   Horn.   Trl*..  THE BRAND ELECTRO OZONE LIMITED,   tt*  Spadlna   Avanuc,   Toronto.  GINSENG  Root   .s   worth   $;.oo   per'-pound/  Anyone can grow it.    Write us for '  nursery roots and seeds: - -      :  jj^Vork & Co., Waferford. Onf.  fj^5 moKarms. tonsil  ^mz.'uisiAriQ.^,   N������������������������������������LK CTEI������������������ d. tSsl  , r������������������ -. into tbo ���������������������������������������������CRlp������������������ f  r^   C������������������SI.'UO._fA.  IJisnn tim . butfokl  H it is'.nof Wilson's, it is not a  fly pad. Every packet of thc genu-  ine Wilson's Tly Pads is guaranteed  to kill more flics than three hundred  sheets of sticky paper. Avoid iiui-  tations and dissatisfaction.  The Best Liver Pill.-The action  of jthe.hver is easily disarranged.'A  sjidden chill," undue exposure to the  elements over-indulgence in somo  favorite food, excess in drinking,  ore a few of the causes. But, ..hat-  _rver may ho the ca������������������se, Parmelee's  . PASSED THEM, UP.      -  -    Vegetable: Pills can be'relied upon  Young,Widow-'.'Have you  read   Hhl���������������������������    b'stcon,e^c that-can be  xv nf +!.��������������������������� u. ,.������������������������������������������������������ ^������������������".������������������eaci| taken.   They are the leading ljver  ?JS_ ������������������������������������������������������Ar*_M*,������������������������������������  i..JL.Ev mac prnvont  Bnouniont*, or <n_re hi  already m*n_f8*t-l  cd.   Is ths UnfaUiiwI  Eonachold Rem* d_i|  for Cou������������������h������������������. Co 1*1,|  S_ . throat, Bronchltul P  "Grip,   P:itumonia so.  Pains of aU Idiida. J  any of the late novels?"  The Badhelpr-"Xo; since, the  Jirst of tho year I have been trying  to lead a better life." - -  COOPER'S  FLY"--  KNOCKER  Positively pro.  t������������������?cts    horses, ,.  cattle, and all  hve stock from -  horn-flies, ; '.;<���������������������������  . blow-flies', -."-.,  g-ad- flies, ���������������������������':. "-  h'ce, mites,,  ... J      ���������������������������������������������������������������   _      t_iv_;     ICU-UlJJg     JlVei  pj,ls  and Jhey   have  no'superiors  ! among such preparations.  PRUDENT.  "So the bride and groom cspeci-  HE LEARNED SOMETHING..  Little Willie���������������������������),;Sav'  m    x-hnl ���������������������������  worldly wisdom?"    y'  P*'  *hAi "S  Kvcry really good article is imitated by unscrupulous people  who  ti) to sell their goods on the repu-,    tatio.n of others.   Our readers are |housekeeping."  By Medicine Life May be Prolonged.   -So    wrote    Shakespeare  [.nearly three hundred vears ago   It  ������������������ so to-day.  -Medicine will prolong  Painkiller" mavfc|w.������������������^ia,1-(t-yct efrec"  ;������������������ mrer rnem." I uie medeme.    Life is nrolr������������������ncr#__ _��������������������������� I 'nexperionced   norsoL   ,,'?< m1'. st_ rcd by  "Yes.   The.- asked ���������������������������s .. ha_d the (keeping tho body ?������������������ f^Zfs^o l"^V%JSrc !������������������^',"������������������A������������������'^t ?i  a'^L,M"~K-_.J-. I.    *.  reminded   that   there k   nnlv   n>._J������������������.     _    ���������������������������r p.*, <k.< iS ,������������������-,;������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_! tLiJ   ���������������������������" "'""j��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� -������������������ cw,  ������������������������������������ tne onae an<i groom cspeci-  " So to-day.  -Medicine will nrolon������������������   -.���������������������������������������������������������������  SL jn? *������������������ f^m,S n������������������fc t0    f63 b1 bC 8Uro ������������������f thc ������������������l������������������alS. -of   t/.f.R7fflorHi  wv   ^ce after them?" the medcine.   Life is prolonged Kv   inex^vicn^   persons   wiYhn.Y.' .��������������������������� -   -  'Yes.   They asked us to hand the  keeping the body free ^^^\in^hJ^. k���������������������������'^^- ,e"  ������������������'  rce over in a package s0 thafc it ?'��������������������������� Thomas' Eclectric,OiM  ed in  cuiild be used    .when  they    got to  Anally will cure coughs and colds  housekeeping." (eradicate- asthma,  overcon^ c?0���������������������������5  Batting thy genuine,  ������������������ppointiucnt.  ard  give strength to  the   respiratory organs.   Give it- a trial  and avoid dis-  TRUE.  "That's jusfc like a man."  /"__.__._���������������������������_._  t(  MEN AND WATCHES.  With a man, as with a watch, it's  ^Jie works  that count.  TRUE LIBERALITY.  "What is?"   "  "*"��������������������������� lT/'?e ���������������������������*  always thought,"   said I  .   ."Sever   hungry    except   on-the  one o^ tl H,'   Yf?fn^,   "to  be'  'ni.hU  when    I have   a^ickcd-u^K^f^^������������������������������������ ^  supper  ;;  Comfort  Where is no  for    the  ailment  Dyspeptic.--  so harassing  .and exhausting a������������������ dyspepsia, which  -uses from detective action of the  Btomach and liver,  and  the victim  I ! CVn'������������������hcf in P'irmeleo's Vc  hi J^ /"f' ,ft- P,,cP���������������������������������������������tion that  as established itself by years of  Effective use. There are pills ih*t  - nre. widely advertised as"tlio great-  es:- ever compounded, but not one  Jl lhem can rank in value with  i armclee s.  You;il never get to the front by  toilo.-in.jr thc procession.  l)MlYMirB,0Uihi7   Dontoxperrment wxza  citations   but cat.  ik* ..nnin.   .i..   ,.i. _ '_-������������������  ...cntliol PI  Co., maktn  of   Ire  "He always   owned  a plug "hat,  .1^1 0Ili^^^UMmMewJnm.  and  50c.  WITH WRIT _7nc> _ A GOOSE.  A man with a bundle thrust  his  ficT1 aTiGtlahi-s bo^y int������������������ - !  "I've   brought,  these clothes  for  and all these" insects which wir y Sri v  , a,most t0 ^th in'thc hot weather - "  ^KS_^_^^:  beihealthior,,fyou use FLY KNOCiKEMI. " ,".  pliS'wilh    Casi'y  3ad ������������������onomicali>ap.'"  pnetl with   a   sprayer.      One  _-___������������������������������������������������������   3i  o'less than one cent a day each.  SI.75 A GALLON  SOc.     A   QUART  Wfll. COOPER * NEP/feWs  TORONTO. ���������������������������  v_^_ . -. ,-q; _-i"V-_������������������-tJ>->-^i -Kij _ w_  t-o refuse to lend to anybody.''  .   ._"" ���������������������������������������������"������������������������������������ ������������������">��������������������������� '   uon. oxperrment  imitation,  but get  tke genuine, tb.   "n*'i*~ili  ___?S__.S_'tor-   "CUrM-   *������������������'-*U__Jii|_wookB tiir, ^.dTiinrt  Minard-s  Liniment Co.,   Lmii_p._  "sine.   The  e_rt     _.,  '    W,,lf'h    l    bcS*n  3cu    to    press,- said    tho   ca]]er  Ihe man next door says you'-r* a  bird at pressing suits."  officiVe"ilSftid th������������������ occ������������������Panfc of the  p_ice,^thc=inan-i,ext^lo_ri7rTil?!Tr  only this isn't a tailor's shop-i's  a lawyer's office,"  Kills Bone Spavin  STRANG I  AND DOURTFUL.  "Well, that was a remnrkablo  JxpcriL'iicc. '  "WJial was?"  "Brown said he'd take mc to a  ���������������������������pot where we could catch a fine  hioss of fish, and���������������������������"  "You didn't get a bite?"  Ao, that's the remarkable fea-  there0'' aCt"a,,y cai,������������������ht iish  Practically, one-seventh  land's area is bog.  CW _������������������ m������������������ i tl,i0<] Ho,,o^y's Corn  Unc Jfc has no equal for removing these troublesome cxcresenccs  as many have   testified    who havo  I and  my-hand-and  ever.  arm  St.  Aiiloine,  P.Q.  In  China a father  cannot leave  T^^^y t(.*^ ion than  to  A sane man has more respect for  ^thermometer than he hal ^ t  GETTING READY.  Ives-"Young    Loaffler,   who    ls  going to marry    Smith's da.Hite  ������������������n't an industrious fellow "������������������       '  Jr^','*0' KC isn,t illustrious,  -ere   a.s  well  as   ^0 ^^Pj,CPa������������������nS ^r the inevit-  \hI-r''W^ ^    you    mean   by  Beoi_-<<Why, T mean thafc Smith  on,Jnrgmg his house to make roo  ior the-young man."  I'ours  frulv,  ^; i:.. KOV.  oarriat'o Maker.  P������������������i7"WorldI.v wi_.|0m; m.. son   ...  n perfect knowledge of the fa lLs  ot our i-<iii'im,. " -^liuj^s  of our  '���������������������������cighboi _,  Use lhe safe, pleasant and offfic _.  'take it home. ������������������  "l b������������������Ulc and|      ������������������^\S ON TO THEIR JOJ .  share.  Minard's  liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  WHAT HE HAD TO SAY.  "Prisoner,  stand  up.      The  iurv  has  found  you   ffuiltv     p\l       b  ji ���������������������������       ,  J       fainioi.    .nave   vou  anything to say before sentence il  pronounced?" b  fi 17ff' y������������������m* honor-    X wish to sav  that the jury ls a ]oL morc  ���������������������������  fc }]y_  I have used your Spavin Cure for a  Kaxe Lilled a Bone Spavin by iis use -  That   te,l*   the   wliole   storv.    And  Mu.Hireds of ,holJsat!ciS have   ud the  "me experience in lhe past 40years  For Spavin, Ri _nbone, Curb,  Splint, Swellings aad  all> Lameness,.  Kendall'i  Spavi,,   Cure   cure,   the  trouble-makes the hor������������������ S0lirn" ������������������������������������  S;'en' _"V" "10nC>' f������������������r U:c ow������������������  SL'K     moves lhe c*u,e 0f the  fof _5P Cbo������������������o;i"rC ft!Way* M ha,,d- 91 ore  07 **   Coo<1 for man and beast    a .V  A. Treatise Ou The Mori." or write 2  J2JJ. KENDAU CO. EnosbDrg Fa!<3 Vl"  Estimates  vs.  And the more children a woman  !���������������������������������������������* the; ess time shc has for aUc  d  "R _ mother's meetings.  [Minard's Liniment cuTTs Distemper.  ISSUE KO. 83-30.  XO DISTINCTION.  First Malron-'Tcs,   my    doctor  a h.clydciS"'"0"  ������������������f bd,1=   *������������������"  Second     arulron-'������������������Oh,   indeed!  June doesn't   make    the    si:-.!,!..,*  distinction between the  scxts'���������������������������  A fast locomotive consumes about  twelve gallons of watcr per mile.  SHE SUPPLIED PKOOF.  "Anyway," snapped Mrs. Nagcs-  l' ,who was getting the short end  "I'm sure it is,  my   dear,"  rc.  phed   Naggshy,     caIm, \'G  cho.ee  of  life companions  suP1^  ���������������������������11 the prooi you need to back in  tnat assertion." p  SKTTLEj).  Jan1csr"Whcn I broached matri  Jardon mc," said the ladv on a  markctms    expedition,    "but   are  tnese eggs  fresh laid?"  "Absolutely,      madam,"   replied  ���������������������������r,n,/T'������������������CCr,1     ""Ptly-       "The  Mnncr.l purchased those eggs fr0m  \v'in-.     .-.II l   ���������������������������       i 'Ob3  11 0111  1011 t..ilIJow his hens to lav them  ai'.v other wav." "  Resii.ts  Hawcy-  Jamcs-  ;;'}yi������������������at did she say  A   VlJ,  During the year .goo the  estimated profits on every  maturing-policy were fully  realized. J'  Of course they were  NATIONAL LIFE POLICIES  MfU WANTED to  "������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ sell that kind of  Insurance at all unrepresented places.  Write to - day for our  liberal Agency Terms and  plans to the  The NATIONAL LIFE  Assurance Company  HEAD OFFICE,   -   TORONTO THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,   October 6, 1S.'0'  ���������������������������'Build Up the  System  and Prevent  Sickness  Coin pound Syrup of Hypo-  phosphites will assist you  and ward off disease.  PROGRESSIVE DAIRYMAN  It is most important at this  timo to take every precaution against the spread of  scarlet fever. Disinfect in  and about the home.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  CMfTSt.  Enderby  We have, just received  a lot of  k <_>&__i  re  and have more coming  CK_^C-CK>-CHXK_>00_>0-0-(_D<XXX>0  Loivest Prices in the  Valley  OC-C<>O<K_>OC-<>_K>O__-_<^D-0<>0<>  Fo: the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,    Rugs   and    Mats.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  Alex. McQuarrie, proprietor of the  Glen Gerrack Dairy, is again making  a big move in advance of his fellow  dairymen of the Province. In thc  cup contest which just closed, in  which thc Glen Gerrack Dairy was  in sharp competition with the more  advanced dairies of the coast, Mr.  McQuarrie won very high praise from  the chief inspector, for the excellent  condition of his plant. But Mr. McQuarrie is not satisfied with this. He  is pleased to know that his dairy  stands so High as compared with  others, but it is not yet up to tlie  mark to suit him. And he proposes  this year to start the erection of a  model dairy at his dairy farm at  Lansdowne. Thc milk house will bc  20x'i0 feet. It will be separated from  the milking barn by 50 feet or more,  and will be fitted up with all the  conveniences known to the trade. A  substantial feeding and milking barn  will be built to accommodate 50 cows  and will be 38x100 feet. Back of this  again will be the root house and  feed silos, and above the hay lofts.  He will have a complete system of  sewerage from the feed shed, the  whole emptying into a manure"pit IC  feet deep, 20 feet wide and 38 feet  long.  Construction of these buildings will  be carried on this winter.  :so hit upon a   novel   scheme for advertising the product   of the. Okana-  !gan in London.    Two carload of apples will be    sent   in addition to the  ; 1600 boxes which are to  . e placed on  ! exhibition at the fairs, and these two  I carloads will   be scattered broadcast  ; throughout the length and breadth of  .the United Kingdom.   One carload of  these apples will be placed on exhibition at   various   London stores, and  the   other    carload    will    consist  of  boxes of apples sent by individuals on  this side of   the   water to friends in  the Motherland.  X  Comment and Affirmation  STEPNEY RANCH MANAGER  The purchase of the Stepney ranch  by the B. C. Development Syndicate  is the first purchase by the company  in the Okanagan. We understand it  is the intention of the Syndicate to  get hold of other large tracts of  land in the district. There are many  holdings in the Salmon River valley,  in and around Hullcar, that are attracting their attention. The Stepney will be the headquarters of the  syndicate in thc Okanagan. Here it  is proposed to develop the land to a  | high state of cultivation, and much  i of it will be set out into orchards.  Later these small orchard holdings  will be- sold to home-makers.  Thos. Skyrme .has been appointed  the new manager, and has already  taken' charge. Mr. Skyrme was employed on the Stepney under Manager  Heggie, and, although of late years  he has been employed as City Police  Officer of Armstrong, he is in a position to take up the work where Mr.  Heggie drops it, and the plans already mapped out will be enlarged  upon by Mr. Skyrme and pushed to a  fuller development.  APPLES FOR LONDON FAIRS-  ASSIGNEE'S AUCTION SALE  Acting under instructions from  Thos. H. Ingram, of Vancouver, assignee of tlie S. H. Lawrence estate,  I. will sell by public auction at  ALMON ARM, B. C.  Sixteen hundred boxes of selected  apples will be shipped to London  this fall from Okanagan points for  exhibition and advertising purposes.  Of'this number, Enderby will furnish  150 boxes, Mr. Geo. R- Lawes now  being engaged in the packing of them  and preparing them for shipment.  Mr. E. Bullock-Webster will represent  the province at the London Horticultural Society's special exhibition  in December, and Mr. Bullock-Webster is now actively engaged in getting the fruit in line which he will  have charge of there. These apples  will be put on exhibition in all of  the horticultural fairs of England.  The Vernon Board of Trade has al-  on  Thursday,  Oct. 13  1910  At 2 p.m. at the premises  The real property belonging to the  said S. H. Lawrence estate, consisting of three lots situate on the cor-  =ne__^of^-U!dson=-St.._ nd^McLeod^A-ve.=.  in the townsite of Salmon Arm. On  this property are erected a residence  and store building. It is a goocl revenue producing proposition, under  lease at present time.  Property will be offered in onc or  two lots to suit bidders at time of  sale.  Further information as to terms,  rental, etc., may be had on applying  to tlie undersigned.  THOS.  I-I.   INGRAM,  Assignee,  Box 251, Vancouver,B.C  SALMON  ARM REALTY CO., LTD.,  Agents, Salmon Arm, 13. C.  J.  JOHNSON, Auctioneer,  Salmon Arm, B. C.  .'��������������������������� ���������������������������'.-.������������������������������������������������������._ j . .������������������������������������������������������ 4-. _ . _'_,^<$>_>_>5,,|>  y  9  | Livery, Peed & Sale Stables |  I ENDERBY, B. C.        |  E..J. Mack  f  %  f    Good Rigs;   Careful Driv-1  I ers; Draying of all kinds.     |  %     Comfortable and Commo-,f  | dious Stabling for teams.  '.���������������������������>    <i>  &I  <���������������������������> ��������������������������� " .  .  <������������������ Prompt attention to all customers <���������������������������>  <?     Land-seekers  and  Tourists in- ������������������>  % vited to give us a trial. <j.  t^^/^A^A^A^'i^'^^H^^^  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  ���������������������������furnished���������������������������  THE Canadian Government has  not a thing to be proud of in  its disposition of the Indian.  In B. C. especially, we have much to  be ashamed of. We havc pushed the  Indians back on what we call Indian  reserve land, and there we let them  grow ug_ in ignorance and viciousness  and afford the young absolutely no  chance to develop into anything but  a moral menace to the community.  We give them no schools, no free  church, no anything that hasn't  a priestly string tied to it. It is not  the Indians' fault that such ghastly  orgies take place as is reported from  Alert Bay. A southbound vessel from  Rivers Inlet, was carrying a large  number of Indians on deck returning  from the canneries. These Siwashes  obtained liquor, a riot ensued which  the officers of the vessel were unablo  to quell. An Indian woman, who was  not drinking, was knocked off her  feet by the mass of dancing Indians,  and she never regained her footing.  Under the feet of the stamping and  yelling savages she was slowly trampled to death, the body being battered to a pulp. When at last the  Indians quieted down the remains of  the klootchman were recovered and  sewn in a sack, and when Port Simpson was reached they were buried  without an inquest.  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.  Private  Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs; stylish drivers; new harness; everything up-to-date and  well-kept. When you wish a rig  for a Sunday drive, speak for it  early, as my finest turn-outs are  usually spoken for in advance.-  A. L. Matthews  Cliff Street Enderby  Is a Penny Saved  a Penny Earned  Sometimes.  Not always: oftener a  few cents saved on a Grocery bill are a few cents  wasted.  We present our Btock as  a safe standard for housekeepers to go by.  We make no claim to  sell all the good groceries  that are sold, for we know  nothing of any stock but  our own.  ���������������������������_.J_iJLw__feeiprgtty sure^  ���������������������������sure enough to ask for  the patronage of the most critical people in town. If you belong to this class this ad is in-  tended for you.   Walter   Robinson  CASH GROCER  We can   still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed   beef  on  cut at the present time  Our  Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C.  Our line for the Ladies and Children is particularly  noteworthy.   These garments are sure to  please you, and the prices are low  ic. Line for the  ���������������������������_-���������������������������>_���������������������������_��������������������������� .������������������>������������������-���������������������������.���������������������������-���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������_._._���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Special Bargains in Flannelette  LOW PRICES  Now is the time to prepare for the winter.   Also SPECIALS  FOR THE LADIES THIS WEEK.  1  ���������������������������  i  i  *������������������_>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������" _"*���������������������������-_���������������������������-���������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������>' '������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������-���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������  Also a very fine line of  RAIN COATS  f       o^*K>+<>^H>H>^^+<>^Hv \+_4<>+<HH>f^>><>^+_-+o^^  i  I  I  t  Just Received a Magnificent Stock  of Fall Ties���������������������������for the Young Men  Beauties and prices low���������������������������50c and 75c  Clark's Gloves;     Clark's Mammoth  Shirts.   Complete Line.  ��������������������������� _*IM"l"l"l"l*t"f<"t*  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� *���������������������������������������������.���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������-���������������������������*���������������������������-<-������������������-_������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������-���������������������������������������������_'-  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������  !  <>  I  I  I  *���������������������������  I  *>  *>  I  ���������������������������*  I  *>  i  I  i  I  T  ���������������������������  I  t  t  t  ���������������������������  T  ���������������������������  t  i  ���������������������������  i  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  t  ���������������������������  t  r  t  ���������������������������  The   House   of   Plenty  You are invited to come in and see these lines.  POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  ...������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������..   ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� i  Bank of Montreal  Establish ed 1S17  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary President, Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.  President Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND. K. C. M. G.  Vice-rresidentand 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 Z^j^^JZ*  Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  |=_G,_.A _HENDE_RS0N..E3q., Manager, Vernon A.E.. TAYLOR. Manager. Enderby  Finest in the Country  ' 'Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although "  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery'b Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, rp;op?^URPHY  Enderby  Cooking Stoves  Coal and Wood  Heaters  Ranges, Etc.  I have added a standard line  of these goods and am prepared to quote you prices.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  New Samples  for Fall & Winter  Suits & Overcoats  from House  of Hobberlin, Toronto  Finest range in the  City;  prices from  $17 to $35  Fresh Fruits always on hand.  Sold  agents for the famous  Brooke,  Bond Tea.  Wheeler & Evans


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