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Array 0CTri9U}  /v  li  '<_  Enderby, B. C,  September 29, 1910  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY-  Vol..3;'No; 26; Whole No. . 40.  ���������������������������i___M>_n  The Town and District  and the Moving of the People  .Rupert Davy of Mara, was in the  city on Tuesday.  Hospital Aid meeting, City Hall, 3 p.  m., Thursday, Oct. 6th.  The Poison Mercantile Co. are this  week showing a very handsome line of  uifty fall ties.  A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. A.;  McQuarrie, of the Glengerrack" Dairy,  on the 14th inst.  Miss Morgan,- the ��������������������������� dressmaker expected by the Enderby Trading Co.  for some weeks, arrived on Wednesday morning.  S. Poison and family have returned  to Bnderby, and have taken up their  residence in the recently-purchased  Dobson residence.  A complimentary dinner is tc be  tendered Mr. -Geo. Heggie,- in the  King Edward hotel, next Saturday  evening, by a number of his Enderby.  friends. .'  Milton   Stevens   returned .from    a  _ week's   trip   to    the   Okanagan lake  "points'-last'Saturday.   He thinks the  lake   district"'is   one   of the.big un-  _ known things in Canada..  A meeting of   the   executive, of-the  , Board of   Trade   is   to   be held this  week to take up the matter of county  court in Enderby with the Attorney-  general.  S. F. Hartey, late of Forest Grove,  Ore.,-,-recently bought a temporary  residence on Knight street, and has  taken up his residence here. ' Mr.  Hartey expects to build a home early  next spring.  Some fine specimens of potatoes  from the Mabel Lake Valley are on  exhibition in the Postoffice window.  Also fine samples of T. R. Skeleton's  new potato, the "Come to Stay,"  and some Hullcar apples.    ,  The report is current that the Dominion lands situated in the Mabel  Lake Valley are to be thrown cpen  for settlement October 1st, and it is  said the 160-acre basis will be adhered to. Confirmation of -this report has not come from Kamloops.  A row of electric lights is being  placed along the loadway of the A.  R. Rogers" Lumber Company's loading tracks to facilitate thc work.  Ample cars are now being provided,  and the company has averaged three  cars a day for every working day in  September.  A case of scarlet fever has developed in town, and the officials have  taken measures to enforce a strict  quarantine. They can be assisted  materially by the people doing their  part to make the quarantine effective  and the disease will be stamped out  before it becomes epidemic.  Watt Johnstone and Robt. Bailey  are building a cement walk around  the Moffet residence. Mr. Moffet is  wondering how much longer he will  have to wait for that crossing which  was ordered by the Council some  six weeks ago to give his property  access to the sidewalk on the west  side of Belvedere street.  A meeting of the Enderby Library  Board was held on Monday evening,  but no business was transacted owing  to'the lack of a quorum. Rev. 0. F.  Connor, H. R.   Ackman and Graham  Rosoman were present. The books  were sorted and placed in the compartments provided for them. The  next meeting is called for Oct. lOLh.  In K. P. hall to-night the Jeanne  Russell Comedy Company will appear.  They come very highly spoken of.  The Municipal Clauses Act provides that it shall be the duty of the  duly appointed police commissioners  to provide police regulations, but in  Enderby it is considered bad form for  the police commissioners to do more  than accept the appointment, and so  the City Council have evidently come  to the rescue  _L. F. Congreve,' the popular pro-  preitor of the Bellevue Hotel, at Sicamous, was in Enderby this week,  and placed an_ order with A. Fulton  for a large heating plant for the'new  addition he ' is* adding ,to his hotel.  Mr. Congreve has made the Bellevue  one offthe leading hotels of the In-  Interior, and is making it more comfortable and more popular every-season of .the year..  -���������������������������iEull]r'-(for Glen.Mary." Listen: .Geo.  'Skillen and Geo. "Bucknell are doing  extensive work on the Hope Vale and  Buck ranches, on the Glen Mary hill  northwest of Enderby. -They sunk a  well ten feet and have four feet of  clear crystal water in the bottom.  The frosts that have struck the low  lands of the Okanagan this season  have not touched- Glen Mary vegetables. Geo." Bucknell has a fine  patch of potatoes in bloom. He dug  a hill of potatoes this week out of  which he took 16 apuds weighing just  eight, pounds.  WATER COMMISSION AT WORK  Mr. J. M. Robinson, member of the  Water    Commission,   passed through  to Summerland   Wednesday morning.  The   Water   Commission    is now engaged on the work laid out for it by  the Government early this year. They  finished,   their   investigations, in the  Cariboo District this week, and next  week will   go   into   the work in the  Kootenays.      On   or about the 20th  October' they will begin their investigations in   the   Okanagan.   It is the  intention of the Government through  this commission   to   thoroughly survey all the   waters   of -the province  both north and south.   -The quantity  of water in the creeks at the various  seasons will be   ascertained, and the  character of the water- rights now in  use and those granted'will be investigated, while   a   careful' measurement  of the   irrigable   land will be made.  The   headwaters   "of  "all' the   creeks  will be   investigated, - and   all ��������������������������� sites  suitable   for   reservoirs    located," as  well as the quantity'of, water capable  of being stored   ascertained. . Hydro-  logical stations are to" be established,  in order to ascertain "the rainfall and  evaporation.. ..The,-_invesVgatiops and  observations will "extend over a- number of years.  Armstrong's Annual Fair  and Some of the Local Winners  If anyone is in doubt as to the exact point where the rights of the Indians ' begin and- these of the white  man leave-off, just ask Chief Edward.  The Indians can forbid anyone- crossing the reserve to draw sand from  the river. And if you had a flying  machine and could reach'the sandbank without crossing the land, the  Indian could stop you from' taking  sand from his shore to the middle of  the stream.  The Armstrong Fall Fair was held  last week. In many ways it was not  up to the usual high standard. Its  fruit exhibit was disappointing. Not  that.the quality was not there, for  the showing of,, apples, pears and  plums embraced many plates of a  very high order, but there was not  the quantity shown in previous years  and the general appearance of the exhibits was not up to the usual high  standard. This is not said by way  of disparagement, ' but we cannot  blind our eyes to actual conditions,  which must have been apparent to all  who visited the exhibition hall.  In tlie field produce section, vegetables and roots, there were many  exhibits of a very high Quality. ��������������������������� Particularly strong was the display of  potatoes.' The display of mangles,  turnips, carrots, etc., was not up to  that of previous years. ' Mr. ���������������������������Dock-  steader, Mr. Watson "and J. H. Patten '& Sons, produced the.most convincing testimony to show, the superiority of the ��������������������������� high. sandy loam soil  over the low muck land-for'potatoes.  and'table vegetables. " Their potatoes  were particularly clean and shallow-  eyed, and of uniform size arid shape.  An exhibit of "Early Rose potatoes  was m'ade by Mr. E. J. Watson which  was phenomenal.- Early in the spring  one potatoe *was cut into 24 pieces.  These were planted in 24 hills and  these 24 hills produced 195 pounds of  potatoes���������������������������and beauties, too.  The display of grasses and growing grain was fully up to that of  previous years. But in celery���������������������������the  very product that Armstrong prides  itself    upon���������������������������the    display   was   very  WALKER'S   WEEKLY  Publi.hed every Th w$4_y at Enderby, the Gate-Way.  of. the famoui Oj.������������������nagan,__Unel ofth^Big Canadian Red-Apple and the California ef Canada=  Enteral n, the Post Office at Enderby, I.. C, as second-class matter.  "In order to be poor in the Okanagan, you have to waste an awful lot of Time and Money.  U.    M.      -V   A   I.   K   13   R  ���������������������������*W^w_  :���������������������������  ONE  MAN'S POINT OF VIEW   ������������������"^������������������������������������w ���������������������������  m  For   sale���������������������������a   good   heater,  new.     Apply Box 177.  almost  HEN will, the various towns  in ..the _ Okanagan .conclude  that the best way to really  show the immense resources of the  Valley is to combine each year in  holding an Okanagan District Exhibit  either at some stationary point, or  at a point to be decided upon each  year by a District Agricultural Association ?  For some years past it has been  noted with regret the gradual falling  off in the number and character of  the exhibits, and each year less interest on the part of the general public.   This- is true of both the Vernon  apparent decline in the character of  the exhibits and tne interest taken in  them by the public, but this one is  obvious: The Okanagan people are  show tired. The growers are not  sufficiently .interested ..to.prepare for  the exhibitions, and the people are  more or less indifferent, and most of  them stay at home.  In both the Armstrong and Vernon  Exhibitions there are, each year, very  many features interesting to look at  and to admire, but neither show is in  the slightest degree indicative of the  possibilities of- a district so fruitful  as the Okanagan. We see in these  exhibits little local shows similar to  the chain of annual exhibitions that  once were so prolific up and down the  Fra.cr River Valley. In each show  or exhibition    we   see   the same ex-  lose the one  hibitions.  great object of these ex-  and Armstrong    fairs.       Indeed,  the  Vernon News frankly admits that the  hibits in the various classes, and the  annual   exhibitions    of   .fifteen years  tendency seems   to   be rather one of  ago were better in many respects  than the exhibitions of to-day. This  is true of Vernon. And, when we  look back over thc past four or five  years, and' measure. the Armstrong  fair held last week with the fairs of  the past, we must admit in honesty  that a steady decline is noticed, in  every department but that of poultry  and, perhaps, fancy work. The K.a-  lowna exhibition, and the apple show  at Summerland, are too new for this  condition of affairs to exist.  There may be other reasons for the  family compact���������������������������keeping out of the  other fellows territory (breed) if he  keeps out of yours.  One great object���������������������������if not THE great  object���������������������������of these annual exhibitions, is  to bring outsiders into the district  to see what can be done here. But  there is no distinctive feature about  either of these shows���������������������������or any of them  held in the Valley���������������������������to attract anyone  from the mainline points. And the  number of visitors from outside  points is so insignificant it is not to  be calculated   upon at all.   Thus wc  A general exhibition, and only onc  in the Valley each year, would no  doubt completely change the tendency  of thought" in relation to these exhibitions. As things are now we cannot but recognize the predominance  of that spirit which is disposed to  land the prize money without opposition rather than against the strongest opposition ���������������������������a spirit that is disastrous to the ultimate success of  any exhibition.  Is it not possible for the Valley to  be organized under one agricultural  society head, and all of these small  sectional fall fairs reduced to one big  general district fair ? It has been argued that this cannot be done so long  as sectional jealousy exists. It can  be argued with equal force that sectional jealousy is sure to exist until  something of this nature is done to  create a broader conception of the  purpose of the fairs. These sectional  fairs, all of which get liberal grants  from the Provincial Government, and  ought to be of provincial interest,  are confined and the interest in them  restricted and very often ulterior.  One big general district fair each  year could be made sufficiently interesting to bring thousands into the  Valley from the rest of the province  and the Northwest.  poor.   One could walk into any mar- "  ket and buy a finer quality _of celery -  than most of that on exhibition. But  the sample   exhibited   by the Spring  Lake Celery Farm was very fine.1    : .-  The poultrymen are to be congratulated on the display in the poultry  section.   And the management of the. .  fair   deserve   great    credit    for'' the ���������������������������  quality of the coops and the manner ;.  of conducting this part of the'exhibit  and the care   of   the   birds: '   There  were 150 coops of the various breeds,,  of chickens, totalling, something over  300    birds.  ...Enderby   breeders.were"'  well represented. -.   -���������������������������  In cattle the entries were few, and'  the animals did not appear tb be in  the good condition,usually noticed at   ^  Armstrong.   Hogs were not numerous-  but the   entries   looked   well.   Three  Yorkshire     hogs"    entered'   by    Joe  Cass "took the eye of everybody.   As.  they rested upon the-ground in solid,"  comfort, the   three  "of" them" covered-  the earth of a 7x7   sty:   The display  of-horses and.'sheep was good., .    . ���������������������������"-  ,",In" the 'fancy article department ..the .���������������������������,  ladies'had   outstripped previous.exhibits.     Mrs. Goe.  Sharpe and Mrs.   "'-  E. T. Turner   were winners of many -  of the prizes,   and through them En-'  derby was well represented.  In the- poultry department, Thos.  Pound won 9 firsts and 3 seconds on  his Brahmas, Orpingtons and Rhode  Island Reds.  G. H. Smedley won 1st and Ind on  cock and hen, and first on cockerel,in  the Black Minorca!.. -  Mr., and Mrs. Waddell carried off  prizes.in every class shown, and.won  the1 silver-cup special offered by the  Northern Okgnagan Poultry Association for the best pair of birds. It  was won on the Partridge Wyandotte  cock and hen. They were a fine specimen,  " Mr. Marshall of Lansdowne, carried  off a big list of prizes on his Buff  Orpingtons, Leghorns, and Houdans.  Dr. H. W. Keith won 1st on his  Black Orpington cock and hen, and  2nd on pen.  Rev. J. Leech-Porter won 2nd on  Black Orpington cock, cockerel, hen  and pullet, and two 1st and one 2nd  on ducks.-  -   -     --    -   ��������������������������� -    -  In the Art department, Miss Waby  showed some original paintings which  were surpassingly well executed. The  picture of "An Old Salt" is really  the work of a master. It is now on  exhibition at F. Pyman's jewelry  store. On this she won 1st, on her  oil painting of flowers slie won 1st,  and 1st and 2nd on other paintings.  Miss Mohr won 1st on Waxen apples, 1st on yellow egg plums, 1st on  rug work and 1st on embroidered sofa  pillow.  Mrs. Geo. Sharpe won 1st on handkerchief sachet, 1st on Shadow work,  1st on sofa pillow, 1st fancy table  cover, 1st handmade corset cover, 1st  best collection fancy work, 1st Bat-  tenberg lace, 1st crochet work in silk;  2nd embroidery pillow slip, 3rd centre piece, 2nd best loaf bread from  Moffet's Best. Mrs. W. G. Pringle  won 1st in bread. .  Mrs. F. T. Turner won 1st embroidery pillow slip, 1st drawn work, 1st  handmade woolen nightgown, 1st  handmade lady's underwear, 1st crochet work in cotton, 2nd in patchwork, 2nd handmade corset cover,  2nd cotton nightgown, 2nd best'collection of fancy work, 2nd pencil  drawing, 2nd Battenberg lace. ������������������  .  J  Or, THE RA.S.ftG OF ZWEJDORr.  ������������������_jim_������������������ wi.rw  CHAPTER  JX,-(Cont'd)  "I should have' thought, Herr  Bydow's ^oks were small matter  a;; long as'Gredel did not browbeat  you," answered iMarth.i contemptuously from her perch on tho top  of lhe chest. "Listen tu nit-,"  continued the girl archly. "Thero  are lovers that- kiss first and ask  consent- afterwards, there nre those  ivho kiss nut- when thoy may, and  there are those who would have licence for what- they take : which do  you think a maid likes best?"  "'Tis a "riddle easy ���������������������������ti. solve,  thaL," replied Caspar laughing.  "The first; it were hard on <a girl  to find the- opportunity neglected,  harder still to be called upon to  bear evidence to hcr own weakliest1,  while that which was stole from her  is past all   remedy."  "Aptly answered, and having  Each knowledge, why don't you act,  upon it? If Papa Sydow withhold  his benediction, why you must even  manage  without it."  "But Gredel would' never consent," exclaimed Zimmermann.  muttered as bis brow cleared, "I  may depend upon thai. Martha, is a  sr.rcwd wench," he continued with  a laugh, "and it would puzzle a  man to y-r.y whether she be- (pucker  longued or quicker wilted: but I  fancy she is wrong about this. A  man to fit hcr should be slow of  speech  and dull  of understanding.  about which w-o feci easier when  tht-y are safe under lock and key."  " Ah "I", exclaimed Hoffmann with  a .grimace, "it has eased the mind  of many a father, notwithstanding  his daughter proved none the safer  for it when all was done."  "It is a rare strong chest, though  I say so," replied Caspar. "You  must have spent money freely in  Zweidorf, He-it Hauptmanu, if you  have gear to fill it."  "And yet you have notj, made it  so large as I bid you," said the  captain, slowly. "I did think,  IF err Zinimcrmann, you were cun-  ningesb of your craft in these  parts."  "1 make no boas  _���������������������������  i the Farm  $>0-*<>^0_K.->0-*-0-$<^  FRUIT-PACKING   PHIZES.  but r  .,   ......  _ i.  turn  my   back  on    none    of  mv    trade  Ih rcabouls  retort-ed  warmly.       "The-  chest is  si?e yoiuordered it."  Caspar  of    the  "Oh!  so that  he" interfere  not with   thc11  no, on! dear no, rc-  ti-rncd blic captain, taking a pinch  cf snuff with considerable ostentn-  " Spa re her modesty thc pain of  consenting," interrupted tlie chain-  bermaid quickly. "Run away with  hcr first, and ask pardon for your  offending afterwards; and you'd  best lose no time either, or.Captain  von' Hompesch may prove the mors  enterprising of thc two."  "My curse on the- captain for his  audacity in thinking of Gredel,"  cried Caspar fiercely, "though all  the same J fear him not."  "May the Saints be good io us,"  replied Martha, with a toss of her  head. "Do you suppose a man is  never to look twice at a maid  because your worship admired her  First'. Do you imagine a girl is to  have' but one arrow to hcr .string1?"  "Hold that saucy tongue of  yours " retorted Caspar angrily.  "J make little doubt you'd find  employ for half-a-dozen such arrows, but Gredel is fashioned of  other stuff."  His contemptuous rejoinder somewhat stung the girl, and it was with  considerable asperity that shc replied���������������������������  "Ha! Hcrr Zimmermann. say  you so? Eve's daughters bear  closer resemblance to one another  on such points than you wot of.  They that count fewest danglers as  maids, sometimes makc up for it  as wives. May you bc married,  jealous, and all before the month's  out. Good-bye!" shc exclaimed  as she- jumped off hcr scat. "Mind  you join that hinge somewhat more  strongly this time;      for    whether  iun ot l.-er clapper, nor suffer from  ��������������������������� he gibes it rings out. How now,"  he exclaimed as someone's knuckles  tapped sharply at thc ������������������������������������������������������ door.  "Pshaw! fool that I am, it is Gredel. of course," a .id Caspar rushed  to the door.  "Captain von Hompesch," he  cried in tones of disappointment as  he threw if; open, and discovered  that ofliccr attended by Hoffmann.  "I am afraid I defeat your  hopes, Herr Zimmerman^." said  the captain with a. smile. "1 intcr-  1-i'ie with some assignation, it may  In: ? An inopportune visit on mv  part, eh?"  "No, Captain, no: not that  altogether," replied Caspar with  some hesitation, "though I must  needs own 1 thought it was someone else's knock."  "Ha. ha. Hoffmann," cried the  captaiii hilariously, "this is hard  on our friend. He took the tap of  your clumsy fingers for the drumming of a girl's delicate knuckles.  I'll -warrant thc jolly carpenter  receives ma  summer's  afternoon."  "Herr Zimmermann may place  implicit, confidence    in    our discrc-  "Pardon  mc,  it  must  want  Ciiute a-   foot of the length   I  told  yen."  Hoffmann's face was   a study    at  this moment.      Admiration    of his  chief's  audacious    conception    was  struggling with  the terrors conjured up by the danger involved in the  attempt.    He  was looking at  Caspar  with  intense  curiosity.   Wouid  he fall a victim to the ruse or n<->t?  "I've caught blackbirds  under a  sieve just  this way    in  my schoolboy days,"  thought    the sergeant.  "Now,   if this  big  carpenter  waggles  underneath    and    my  master  pills the siring, I run a fair chance  .;f straining another shortly,"   and J  Hoffmann's hands wandered uneas-j  ily   to  his throat,   as their custom  was when their owner waxed timorous about- thc evil he was hatching.  "Heaven  send he's bra-ins to keep  cut of the trap," he muttered pious-  ly.  Caspar,   meanwhile,   is searching  di'.jgcntly  for  that rule  which  the  sergeant   had    so dexterously    abstracted but a few minutes before,  ny a sly "visit here on a! He plunges his hands into the pock-  " et of his  coat, he seeks vigilantly  r  co  ...  The Department ��������������������������� of Agriculture  for the Province of British Columbia has decided to encourage good  fruit-packing throughout the Province. Last winter, jn many of the  fi nil-districts, packing schools wero  conducted, and at that time it was  is t a bed that he Depa rment would  Lsue diplomas to those attaining a  C(-train standard of proficiency  This proficiency will be estimated  on Uic following basis:  I- At each packing-school tbe in-  stiuctor gives each student a grading based on proficiency acquired  m packing.  a. Each student working as a  packer is asked to notify the Depai tir.cn t of the name and address  of thc packing concern employing  him. The employer will be asked  io furnish a statement regarding  the proficiency and speed of thc student as ,. practical packer during  th*- season.  3. Packing contests will be held  at many of thc agricultural fairs  for packing-school students. Packed  fruit, exhibited by them will bc  judged by an expert packer, and  their proficiency in show-packing  judged.  Fifteen, ten and five dollars will  be given as first, second and third  prizes. The conditions are: Each  exhibit must consist of five boxes  jot apples; five or fewer varieties;  fivo packs; all layers, except face,  wrapped ; box need not be nailed ;  fruit may be wiped; no layer  papers.  Score as follows: Grading of  fiuit, i_0; packing, 20; bulge, 20;  height of ends. 20; firmness, 20;  total points, 100.    Maximum points  better for a feed of oats or oats and i  bran once or twice a , .v������������������v, fed in  tioughs in the field. Jor show  lambs,- the addition of a little  ground oil cake will help to improve  their condition.  When the lambs are weaned, the  shears  should  be   used  to  shorten  the wool on the ends of their docked  tails,  and  to   clip  off any  tags of  dirt- which may be  ^resent. Later,  they will do well on a stubble field  where a new  seeding of clover has  giowu. well, or, if  a piece of  rape  has been   sown,   the lambs will do'  remarkably   well  on  this after  becoming used to it.   They should not  be put upon this at first when it is  wet  front  rain  or dew,  but in  tho  alcrnoons on  fine days,   and they  will   bc  better atr_rst for thc run  of a grass pasture, as well, though  when   used  to  thc  rape,  they   will  thrive satisfactorily confined on this  alone, and will fallen faster on rape  late in  Iho fall than on any other  p_..tui ..   even   when  the   rape   lias  been   repeatedly    frozen,   and,   indeed, when partially covered" with  snow.    When the lambs arc being  weaned, thc ewes should bc kept in  a held a.s far distant from them as  can  be    arranged,  and    should bo  kept on short or dry pasture for a  few  days  in   order  to dry   up the  milk.     If any  udders    are   noticed  vcry full,  they should be    relieved  by hand milking two or three times,  at intervals of a couple of days, to  avoid injury.   For security from attacks by dogs, it is well to have a  small cow-bell  or two on members  of each branch of the ilock.���������������������������Far-  mar's Advocate.  lien," said the sergeant, as his catlike eyes roved round the workshop.  "We soldiers understand these sort  of things;" and winding pleasantly  at the carpenter, Hoffmann lounged  listlessly- across to where thc carpenter's coat lay, thrown carelessly  on a bench.  If the sergeant had been take  into his chief's confidence- some  what late, hc had received his full  instructions now, and albeit with  much trepidation was quite prepared to play the role assigned to him.  His quick eye had detected a carpenter's  rule protruding from   the  i- oi ms  con*, ne    ^ u  n ,.u,  obtainable   bv   pupils:    Proficiency  .und    the    room    for    it,  but,, of; .,, ki        ^^    200 ^  U_..?' ^!thc;uLTfiCc^s- ���������������������������       park'ng,  100; packed-fruit contest,  "What is it, Hcrr Zimmermann?     ]QQ    t   fll      ��������������������������� p    k >  inquires Von Hompesch tauntin  ly, "are you looking for thc missing inches of my friend here?"' and  once more the captain clashed his  scabbard against thc chest.  but' mv   'rule,    Herr  '1  seek  30,0 points (or 75 per cent.) will bo  awarded diplomas by the Department of Agriculture.  Tr is believed that, in setting such  a high standard of proficiency, the  effort necessary will be  well worth  Hauptmann,  to    demonstrate    thojTnak]. The increased demand for  _, j correctness   _f my   wor_,   bub what ; ^   paokt:].s in   BriLish   Colu���������������������������lbia  >.   hr.s become oi it 1  know   not.      I|in lhe inlracdialc  fntu,0 wilI mak(J  -had it not live n^'^^ . back'! such a certificate valuable. R. M  the ugh .may the foul fiend seize mo|WinsiOW| Provil]cia] Ho_ ticulturist  ii  ' ean put hand on it now. is iooking afLer Lhc conl.csLs<  Von Hompesch    gave vent to  a  jeering laugh  as lie  replied  "Good worKincn,  pocket of Zimmcrmann's coat,  and; maim,  keep    their  he-   thought it    might    favor    thc  drama  iu  which he    was about to  asiist  if he could  extract that in-  si-iumc-nt therefrom and conceal it.  irieiKi Zimmer-  tools    to their  WEANING THE LAMBS.  When lambs are four months old,  "Pshaw! you talk idly," retorted Caspar. "It may suit men  of your cloth to have half a score  of sweethearts, but it fits not plain  craftsmen like myself." ,..  ".Right, Herr Zimmermann,"  said the captain with a significant  smile; "it is well to deny such gal  crs shroud your peccadilloes as  carefully as the Moslem women  their faces. It is part and parcel  of a citizen's life to maintain a fair  reputation."  "It is pari, of his capital," exclaimed the sergeant as hc transferred the rule to his own pocket.  '"The'-'higher his name stands for  J.bhci'.ty.Lthc^;g.reatei_.isJiis''ll'.opppi'-:  tunity for ..playing will) cogged  d.cc."  ���������������������������'Enough of this," retorted Caspar hotly. "J presume, gentlemen, you did not come here to lecture me on immorality. You are  scarce preachers men would pay  much heed to."  "Tush! Herr Zimniermann," said  V..n Hompesch. "It's little likely  f sought your shop for that purpose, if you whisper love speeches  to half the women in Zweidorf, it  concerns not nie. I have come t-o  see about this," and as he spoke  he- tapped the client with his sword.  __i.Uiju-G.uQd cd=h-a>u-Ud_ n Ui n-b r.ca kin g ,=jj ai 11. r-ics^a-U . 1-Uev-en Is .^=Ywub \ i rglw  or you lack it in mending, that- box  i.s ever needing your services." and  dropping    him    a    mock    curtesy,  Martha took he- departure.  Caspar remained for some time  de>M> in thought. "Was this good  coun.c! that the chambermaid had  given him :' Had he best try and  persuade Giedel to make a run-  . away match of it?... As for .carrying  her off forcibly, or by stratagem,  that was nob to bo thought of.  11 was a mere whiin-whaiu of  Martha's harum-scarum brain, and  not worthy of serious consideration." But that it might be good  policy to persuade 'Gredel if possible to elope with him, he v/as by  no means prepared to deny. _ True  it was that he had been easier in  his mind of late -with regard to  ���������������������������Captain ���������������������������von.' Ilotupescli's attentions, but Martha had once more  vexed iu  spirit on this account.  Then again he reflected, though  convinced as he was that Gredel  Joved him. yet shc held her father  also in great affection and esteem.  He felt lhat. it would need great  persuasion on his part to induce his  puie-niinded Gredel to consent to  such a- measure. Did she not ever  argue that if he would but have  patience, things would all come  right at last. That her father loved  hcr too truly to really constrain her  inclinations, that this maggot he  had got into his head about making  her a lady was a thing would die a  Tiirt.ural death, if they did but ac-  coid it time. "No," he thought,"  "Gredel would never consent lo  marriage without licr father's sanction. I should but lose favor in hcr  ever, by urging such a thing. I must  needs wait patiently and trust fo  her   constancy;" and I    think   he  band mostly.      Wc    soldiers  don't!they wj]]; as a n,]Cj <j0 ioe;jer woan.  reckon  much of a man who has to j _,-] than running with  the ewes,  if  m  tr  ake search for his sword when the | a fresh clover pasture is provided  limpet rings.    That rule methinks  fov them.    This' is generally avail-  is well lost; it might bear awkward  testimony  against you."  Ib is of the size you ordered it,  "I trust it pleases you," said  Caspar  laconically.  "Yes. 1 think ko. Put let ino  look at the lock. It is absolutely  essential that it should have a good  lock." _       "  "You may rest satisfied on that  score," laughed the carpenter, as  he turned Hie key. "3b runs easy  as a woman's tongue when she has  got  her own way."  'Or as a recruiting sergeant's in  a tavern filled with country boobies," muttered the- sergeaub solto  voce.  Von Hompesch clicked the key  fo and fro some half-a-dozen times  with great deliberation. "There  ii much virtue in a good lock,  fr'end Zinimcrmann," he observed  at last.      "There   are some things  I swear!" cried Caspar hotly  "And I say it is not. If it is,  why not measure it? A carpenter  without his rule and in his own  worshop.      Bah!"     and  shrugging  hU--phouldc.rs._-the captain, .onco  morc had recourse to his snuff-box.  "If 1 could but find this rule, I  would soon prove it bo you," returned Zinimcrmann  angrily.  "Nonsense, I can trust my eyes.  It was to be big enough to hold you.  If you remember, you said '���������������������������_ you  couid not, forget: the dimensions,  as you .carried..them always about  woV. J fear, Hcrr. Zinimcrmann,  'like many of your craft, you are  more handy at taking an order than  fulfilling it correctly."  "True as to the order," cried  Caspar, now angry in good earnest,  "and big enough to hold ine it is--  six feet seven inches, or may I  never use hammer again."  "Pshaw !",returned his tonne.-  trr contemptuously. "What boots  vi ur asservation when I can see to  the' contrary. Thc chest is too  short."  "Is it." an id Caspar grimly.  "'[ I. get into it, will it convince  your'" '  "My friend Zimmermann," said  the captain, in pitying tones,  "j-our temper warps your judgment. You talk after the manner  of the conjuror who proposed to get  into the bottle."  (To be continued.)  ___���������������������������._*_   A strike-breaker is onc who fuv-  nishes something for a striker to  hit at.  able vcry soon'-after the hay crop  has been gathered. - Fresh, clean  water should also be provided for  tho lambs, and salt, either kept in  a covered box, where they may take  it at will, or a little dropped in  bunches on thc grass, near the watcr or feed troughs, once or twice  .__.v_.e_k .__Oxdi n a dIy.,_o iwgood^f resh=  grass, the lambs will do very well  without additional feeding, but if  they are intended for show or selling early for breeding, they will be  TH.B NEW  SONG.  Psalm 40: n -:..  Sr-viour, Thy presence we implore  While    we    with    graceful    hearts  adore  Thy Matchless 'ovo suprcm'i  Thou didst present 'ihe sacrifice,  And Thou    didst    pay  lhc  ransom  price  Thy people to redeem.  As those who arc in bondage  led,  We chose the   downward    path to  tread,  While   evil   reigned  within.  Iiv Thec our minds no beauty saw;5''  'i'l.e  perfect,  just,  and holy Law  Didst but reveal  our sin.  But Thou didst come our souls to  seek ;  To us Thou didst distinctly speak  To show us we were dead :  A.nd    then, our   broken    hearts to  heal,  Thou didst to us Thyself reveal  As dying in our stead.  Thy  life to us true life imparts:  Tny Spirit/lwells within our hearts:  ���������������������������  Our songs to Thee wc raise.  in Thee alone we stand complete;  Upon the Pock we set our feet  And Thv great Name we praise.  T. WATSON.  Granthurst, Ont., 1910.  WORTHY OF IT.  "Our cashier," said the vice president of the bank, "says he wants  fo take a vacation six months  hence."  =-^r-ha.-s-alh���������������������������righty^=replicd=the=  president.    "As long as the cashier  is willing    to  give    us    notice we  should  be  glad to let him have a  vacation."  A fiurorhir. ii__<I tha t&ate as tenon or vftuilln.  Hy ri: _ .Vina giani .at'Ml susar in ttsi.v and  adding bUplrine, " ������������������l������������������)iui������������������us .rati is made nnj  a nyrop better than maple. Mapleinni.i scld b������������������  (Crccerc, If cat o_i_d JCc for 2 o*. bottle and  renpo l_ok.  Cr*������������������e$7.   Mfy. Co.|.3������������������M_ttl_, V/n.  Did you ever notice how the taint  gets off money when you lay your  own hands on it?  .Set all the thieves to catching  thieves and about one-half the  world would bo continually chasing  the oilier.  .Canadian v Appreciation  Langhain Hotel, London.  Gentlemen,���������������������������I wish to express my appreciation of the 33  h.p. Daimler which you have delivered to inc. Before shipping thc car fco Canada I made a three weeks' trial of it,-cov-  ering some 1,200 miles. The car ran perfectly, and I. never  had the slightest trouble of any kind, and 1 think it quite lives  up to the many claims you make for it. Thc silence, smoothness of running, and power of acceleration on hills is really  remarkable.  My petrol consumption was 10 miles to the gallon, including a great deal of driving in traffic. The tyres show no appreciable signs of wear, and I think it will prove light on tyres.  I am really delighted with the car.���������������������������-Yours sincerely,  (Signed)   C. A. BOONE,   of Toronto, Canada.  "The most  Successful  C .r of fi;e  Vear1909M  COVENTRY,   ENGLAND.  mm jsMMj.-imr.Amss,  i  j  ' _  tl  _  H  .1 TROUBLES ABOUT TRADE  WARS OF T.VBIFPS ALL  OYER  THE WORLD.  In   Many   Instances   They    Have  Been Settled by the Introduction of the Boycott.  Late in 1905, Servia and Bulgaria  made a convention, part of thc  terms of which was that each should  allow the other's goods to enter her  territory at favorable rates.  This convention annoyed Austria, because Servia did uot first  ask her leave, and also because shc  su;peeled secret clauses.- and in  January, ] .00. she broke off her negotiations -with Servia for a commercial tariff on Servian goods.      c  Servia paid no attention to the  threats of her big neighbor, and  went on calmly making friends with  Bulgaria. Then came a. thunderbolt.  "Your pigs arc diseased," said  Austria. "We cannot let them into  cur country- any more!" Now,  Servia practically lives on pigs. She  h.id been selling to Austria- one and  th ice-quarter millions of fat porkers yearly, besides quantities of  cattle and sheep. And the terrible  part of the business was that Servia, being a land-locked state,  cculd find no other market for her  porkers. ..  'PEACE WITH HONOR.  Ruin stared Servia in the face,  yet to yield seemed impossible. To  aboudon the treaty -with Bulgaria  wis to acknowledge herself a vassal of Austria. So she stiffened her  upper lip, and proceeded to organize a boycott of all Austrian.goods.  Ecr merchants cancelled all orders  p.iiced with Austrian firms. Austria sells over $5,000,000 worth of  goods yearly in Servia, so there  was, naturally, a great outcry from  .Viennese exporters.  By way of finding a market for  their produce, thc Servians erected  slaughter-houses on the Danube,  and sent away pork in cold storage  and as ready-cured bacon ; but even  so they could   not sell   half their  - For more than a month the deadlock continued, and then, at last,  King Peter made personal application to the Austrian Emperor. Thc  details of the letters which passed  have never,, been made public, but  a truce was patched up, and Austria not only took her embargo off  Servian pigs, but also lent Servia  a substantial sum of money.  Austria is constantly having  trouble with her neighbors over  questions of trade. In 1908, there  was a serious crisis with Turkey  over the matter of ..Bulgaria. Bulgaria, it will be remembered, with  the backing of Austria, suddenly  threw off Turkish allegiance, and  her Prince proclaimed himself Kaiser. The Turks were furious, and  retaliated by boycotting Austrian  geods. The porters of Constantinople refused to handle Austrian  goods, and Austrian steamers Ijy  helpless in the Golden Horn, unable to unload their cargoes.  Austria sells    Turkey  quanti.tias.  conquest, and the whole fishing industry is in her capable ha_-ds.  THE CATTLE   SQUABBLE.  Even we ourselves, although we  are at present a Free Trade country, have our little trade wars.  Some years ago, wc received some  cattle from the Argentine which  were infected with foot-and-mouth  disease, ��������������������������� whereupon our Board of  Tiadc stopped the importation of  live stock from Argentine ports.  Argentina's feelings were hurt,  and si few months later sho made  representations that her cattlo  were now clean again, and asked  that thc embargo should bc removed. When our authorities refused  ohe retaliated by prohibiting tho  importation of cattle, sheep, and  swine from the United Kingdom.  At first glance, this might seem a  futile revenge, bub ib was not so in  reality; We send pedigree slock,  especially Hereford bulls, to the  Argentine, and the measure hit  some of our stock-breeders severely  More recently we had the Bengali  boycott, which was caused by tho  partition of Bengal into two separate- administrations. Fifty thousand natives met at the Kaligha  Temple, and vowed not to use British imported goods. That was in  ]905, and in some portions of Bengal the- boycott , continues to this  day.  More recently, Japan and China  quarrelled over a railway which Ja-  tpan was building through Manchuria, and China, instead of having recourse to guns and torpedoes",  instituted an anti-Japanese boycott. The society which started  this was called the "National Disgrace," and it is said thafc no boy-,  cotf of the kind was ever better  managed or more complete. It was  also characteristised by great self-  restraint on the part of the Chinese.  There was absolutely no rioting,  and even when two Hong Kong  films publicly .burnt their stock of  Japanese goods the crowds that  looked .n were perfectly quiet and  orderly.1���������������������������London Answers.  SOME FAMOUS VIOLINS.  FROM ERIN'S GREEN ISLE  NEWS    BY    ElAlL    FROM  LAND'S SHORES,  IRE-  happenings in thc Emerald Isle of  Interest to Irish-  James  Long, chairman of the  Cork Harbor Board, has. been  knighted  by King George.  At Coobronan, Meath, recently,  J50 cattle were driven off the property of Michael Cunifl'e.  A valuable find of coal has been  made at Latleenalbany, Monagh.au,  by a Government expert.  Thc small daughter of thc school  teacher at Kilquany, Cariow, was  suffocated recently <^by falling into  a tub of calf food.  It is proposed to erccb a memorial  at Loughmore to fche martyred brothers, Dan and William Cormack,  executed many years ago at Nen-  agh.  Sir John Newell Jordan, who  since 1905 has been British Minister  at PeVin, is visiting his native  county, Down.  Tlie Town Commissioners of Mullingar, Weslmcath, havc applied for  a loan  of ������������������3,000o to    carry  out a  .,009  of matches, sugar, ready-made  clothing, fancy goods, and the like,  and tho losses on both sides wero  fr.ghtfully heavy. At Trcbizond,  Austrian steamers were nob. even  p< rmitte'd to coal. By the end of  October th. combined losses to the  two countries were over $25,000 ���������������������������  000, and Bulgaria and Montenegro  .were arming for war.  THE BODING BOYCOTT.  Then others of the Great Powers  intervened, and managed to retsot _  peace; but even to-day much bad  feeling still exisits, und wc may ut  any time hear of a renewal of the  boycott.  Even with hor sister slate, Hungary, Austria has more than one  Liicn at loggerheads, during rcceu  y������������������:ars. In 190G, Hungary refused to  supply conscripts to thc Imperial  Army. Austria thereupon retained  thousands of time-expired Hungarian conscripts, thus depriving many  families of their breadwinners, and  a rescript was issued, dissolving the  Hungarian Parliament. Hungarians ab once boycotted '"Austrian  goods and tho establishment at  which they were sold. The trouble  continued for three months until  the Emperor Francis Joseph westered peace by altering the Hungarian suffrage.  The Russo-Japanese War was  pieceelcd by a war of tariffs. Russia, began it by shutting out Japanese vessels from tho profitable fish-  cries of the Island of Sakhalin.  She .seems .quite to have forgotten  that her best market for fish was  Japan. Japan at once pufc a prohibitive t.riff on Russian fish, and  the wretched Russian fishermen  were  left tc -Urve.    To-day," half  They Range in Value from  to $22,000 Apiece.  Sfcradivarius fashioned' his best  instruments between the years 1700  and 1720, while the choicesb were  made between 1709 and 1715. Viot-  ti's violin is from 1704 and is valued afc .16,000.  Onc in the possession of Sarasale  ii dated 1713 and is owned by the  Spanish Crown, which has loaned  h to Sarasato for life. The other  he owns himself and is from the  year 1724 and is a gift from Queen  Isabella of Spain. The valuers not  Ic*-than $22,000.  Joseph Joachim had three. The  most famous is the one called  "Pestcrgeige," which the master  used most frequently. It is from  1714 and cost S20,000. Another onc  from the same year, was given to  Joachim by friends in England,  who paid $15,000. The third was  piayed by Carl Halir. It is from  the seventeenth century and ha: a  smallJout .brilliant- tono.____.J_o.ach i ni_  scl.erne for    erecting dwellings for  aruzans.  An encounter between police and  a gathering held to protest against  the eviction of Captain Bond's ton-  arts occurred near Newtownbond,  County Langford.  Mr.. Daniel Boyle, M. P., for  North Mayo, and an alderman of  Manchester. England, Avill attend  the United Irish League Convention  at Buffalo, N. Y.,' in September. '  The Dublin Corporation has renewed the, lease of the Court of  Conscience, William street, where  in 1797 a great gathering protested  against re-union with  England.  A silver watch from the Carnegie  Hero Fund and $-.0 has been presented to Janies Mint-urn, of Cork,  for many instances of life-saving  which stand to his credit.  Matthew Cosfcillore, of the Dub-  Jin police, won first prize in the  mounted constabulary competition  at a recent Olytnpia Horse Show,  Le'ndon, where there were 342 entries.  Antrim Guardians havc granted  a pension of thirty pounds per year  to Mr. Simpson, late Master "of the  Workhouse, who resigned after six  years'- service on account of illness.  Two Kilkenny farmers quarreled  over a right of way recently, and  iu an encounter which followed one  of them, James Bowe, was killed.  His assailant, Joseph Young, has  ,been arrested.  William Jennings Bryan was the  guest at dinner of the Irish party,  whose envoys to America, Messrs.  Redmond, O'Connor and Devlin, he  invited to his home during their  forthcoming visit.  SENTENCE SERMONS.  The kingdom waits for-every day  kindness and justice.  He has no true faith in his god  who has none in himself.  The life of goodness leads to faith  in the goodness of life.  A crooked man is most likely to  have  a smooth way with him.  Thc congregation is the best commentary on the creed of a church.  It's belter being one small blast  furnace than a dozen prairie fires.  The best preparation for a home  ui heaven is making homes heavenly-  Jt is no use looking for wisdom  "on trees without roots in experience.  Faith as to what may be is more  important than conviction as to  what is.  It is easy to prove your god by  logic and still be an atheist in your  life.  A man is always most likely to  get lost when hc is immersed in  himself.  The world knows the church by  ihe kind of people on whom she  puts hcr O. K.  No man can love the oppressed  weak who does nofc hate the strong  oppressor. .  ,If you preach without thinking  ycu will find plenty .to listen without doing.  Some men never make any steam  save by throwing cold water on  other's fires.  The leaders are those who work  hardest when they do not have to  work at all.  Teach a child to lie in thc hymns  on Sunday and the temptations of  the week will take care of tho rest.  No man will have much trouble  with.his faith if he reserves its  pioblems for the time left over after living its precepts.  According to some it makes no  difference how many dead cats you  throw into the well so long as you  keep the pump handle polished.  Ir '"the honest people in tho  churches knew the people outside  as well as the people outside know  the humbugs, it would make a lot  of difference.  ILLUMINATED SHELLS.  Leave  a  Train   of Li;;lit Behind  When Tired.  loaned ifc to Hallir for an indefinite  time.  The last instrument, known to  have been made by the great master is thc famous one known as  "Schwanengcsang," dated 1737. It  belonged lo Saint Sonnoch, and was  sold to the Hotel Drouot for $15,-  000. This instrument has an auto-  giaph by Stradivarius_pn_which ap-'.  pears "darnui 93;" thafc is, the instrument was made, when the master was ninety-three years old.���������������������������  Lyceumite.   *   It EVEN titi OF TIIK JILTED.  Lover Pastes Faithless One's Letters Where All May See.  A lover who was jilted by 'his  sweetheart because he had shaved  off his beard, tried to revenge himself in a novel fashion in a Swiss  town recently.  Pedestrians who passed along the  main street early in tho morning  wero astonished to find a large  plank wall covered with letters, all  of them in the most endearing  terms.  It was the work of the jilted lover, who had spent half the night-  pasting all the-love letters received  by him from his sweetheart on the  walls adjoining her residence, with  the sentence above them, "Heartless girl, I return you your letters." .     .   .   .  Before a gendarme removed the  letters they had ben read by many  townspeople. The girl now threatens to paste her former lover's missives on the walls of his residence.  Australian jewellers rent engage-  At the opening of the Armagh  quarter, sessions, it was announced  that there were- no criminal proceedings to be heard before Judge  Green, who v/as accordingly presented with a pair of whilo gloves.  AUTHORITIES WORMKD.  I _ _n<_i   Soldiers Will   Not, Act  Executioners of Comrade.  as  French political and military circles, say recent despatches, nre  worried over thc case of soldier  Gaby,- of the-. 1st "regiment," who  is awaiting execution for thc murder of a prominent Parisian lady.  Being a soldier Gaby must bc shot,  and, then comes the- question, by  whom the sentence is to be carried  out? As thc majority of the French  soldiers arc not professionals, it  i/iaces lhem in an unfair position to  compel them to act as public executioners.  Tho authorities arc awar������������������ that  seme of the men will fire in the air  rather than shoot a comrade. Nevertheless four men from some regiment will have to do the work, and  Gaby's regiment must seo their  companion's facings shorn from his  uniform as a mark of degradation.  The case having been referred to  the Minister of War he is now  wrestling with, the problem.  ' A- startling invention for illuminating the track of shells' used for  nrght firing has- been successfully  tested by the British Admiralty afc  Fort Albert, near Yarmouth, Isle  of Wight. It greatly impressed tho  aimy experts who witnessed thc operations.  To the-base of the shell a metal  cylinder is attached by screw  movement, and the actkof firing tho  gin causes a powerful illuminanfc  to burst into flame. It burns brightly throughout the "whole of the trajectory of thc missile, and is especially useful in testing the effectiveness of range at night-time both  ever sea and land.  Thc device is also of value in  showing thc course of thc shell.  During ricochet ic was seen to bc  most variable. In some cases the  shell ,-^on-st-r-ik-ihg-the-wa ters=o_-t he*  Sclent, shot vertically upwards, a  most surprising result, and in many  FROM BONNIE SCOTLAND  NOTES    OF    INTEREST    FROM  HER BANKS AND  BRAES.  What is Going On iu the Highland;!  und Lowlands of Auld  Scotia.  Dr. Dundas White, M. 'P., for  Dumbartonshire, is about to retire  from politics.  A boxing kangaroo has arrived aa  the nucleus of Air. Bostock's new  Glasgow zoo.  Provost Robinson of Annan died  suddenly during service in Erskina.  Church, Annan, recently.  Burns  and    McKcnna    were tho  surnames of   two    men     fined for  drunkenness   in  a  South country  town a week ago.  ''"'English Spoken'; American Understood" is the notice which  adorns th������������������ outer walls of a Glasgow   shaving saloon.-  A Stromness man claims to havo  established a new record by attending 1,100 funerals. He was tha  driver of the. town's hearse.  It is now Vale of Leven's turn to  complain of getting too much food  ���������������������������of a kind���������������������������as well as. drink in tha  domestic watcr supply.  A father and son named Anderson were working side by side, recently in Dunlop's Carmyle colliery  when tho roof fell in, killing both.  A-largely attended meeting in Ed-u  inburgh recently approved, on tho.  motion of Lord Roscbery, a proposal to erect a Scottish memorial to  the late King. - -  A   male  passenger  preferred- to  dive from the Garelochhead steamer on a recent afternoon, and ruin  a suit of clothes in swimming ashore,  rather than  pay the pier dues.  An Edinburgh mob recently gavo  a rough handling to Dr. Lempricro  for erecting a crucifix; on ihe'out-  side wall of, St. Michael's Episcopal Church, of which hc is rector. ���������������������������  While thc people of Buckhaven  were afc the funeral of their'pastor,  tie' Rev. Mr. McGhie, recently,  word came that three ihen had been  diowned in a sinking yawl in tho-  harbor.  About a dozen Edinburgh license-  holders have decided that ib will  pay them belter to run their establishments on teetotal lines rather  than attempt- lo pay the increased  budget duties.       .  HO VAL DIAMONDS ON VIEW.  Priceless CiilSian    (Jems Displayed  <_< Jeweller's.  A fortune of   _ 150,000'in .precious  stones was on view recently in ono,  small glass case in a London jewellery shop. \  All day long crowds passed round;  tiie glittering case, which contained,'  among many other gems, the six  diamonds cut from thc 'Cullian,'  which have been presented lo tho"  Queen by the pcople of South Africa.  ==^Chese=a-rc^onl,\s==f-ragjnents=f-roia=^  the great stone,  and are. nominally1  valued  at ������������������50,000.  but  thev could  instances  ifc was    deflected to   tho j no(/ l)C bought or matched for twice  right or-Jeft.    The sight of a shell !t,:at sxun-   TK>' w'ei'c presented to  hurtling through the air leaving a  train of light was most weird.  -_*__  Sakhalin is Japanese by  right   of i ment-rings to their customers.  REAL LAZINESS.  The Little Russians���������������������������those of thc  south���������������������������are said to bo cleverer than  the Russians of the north; bufc they  are lazy���������������������������just how lazy may be  gathered from this quotation from  Mi. Maurice Baring's recent book,  "Russian Essays and Stories."  "The Littlo Russian," said a Little Russian gentleman to mo, "la  . lazy thafc he will say to hia wife,  'Little wife, say whoa to my horse,  I have a pain in mj tonguo.' '-*-  GERMAN AjniA.  I.NiS.  Enormous I'rodin. io'i of (he r.tui*  oils Krnpp Arsenal.  Particulars of the in iron.od production of Krupp's cunnno'iis arsenal afc Essen during t\v> past;,car  and of tho work ro_ nnplishcd by  other branches of r]_���������������������������._��������������������������� Krupo company are supplied oy a Berlin correspondent.  They arc a significant indicali'-,.  cf thc German Government's activity in constructing guns for warships  and  armaments generally.  According to tho report of the  Essen Chamber of Commerce tlie  firm's employes numbered 03,450 on  April 1, 190S, and 08,905 on May  1, 1910.  During 1909 it used 1,3-19,000 tons  el coal, 771,000 tons of coke, and  20,000 tons of briquettes. The central electric generating station produced 39,400,000 kilowatts of electric energy, as compared with 25,-  5.1,000 kilowatts in the previous  year, and the gas works produced  18,487,000 cubic fee.fc of lighting gas.  In addition," 31,600 shots and 137,-  000 kegs of powder wer������������������ fired dur-  iog 1909 on the three proof-butts  attached to tho works. In th������������������ previous year tho figures wero 30,000  shota And 90,000 kegs.  -. V   TH _ first attempt; _o eteer a bal-  lc_.n 7������������������b mMt Ia P������������������rii In 1784.  the Queen, who at once sent lhem,  lo Carrington's shop in Regent.  street, in order that the public  might also havc the opportunity of,  admiring them.  .Hundreds of women came-iosco-  thcin during the day. A blazing  diamond ring hung above two magnificent pendants���������������������������one pear-shaped  ai-d one marquise���������������������������-in aluminum  settings, and beneath were heart-  shaped and square diamonds.  Elaborate precautions were taken;  to safeguard the treasures, and al-J  though it almost seemed a.s if they^:  could be touched, they were a si  closely guarded as the rest of thoj  regalia in tho strong rooms of thoj  Tower of London. |  "The stones arc of thc finest qua--  lily wc have ever handled," said;  a member of the firm of Messrs.;  Carrington. "They havo been scbi  in aluminum in such a way that,!  although most securely held, you  can scarcely sec that there is any\  setting at all. '  "It would be impossible to match"'  these gems anywhere���������������������������they arc bo-^  yond price."  GETTING A REPUTATION.      i  "Isn't he morbidly cynical ."���������������������������  "How so." t >  "Didn't you hear what he aaty  la.'fc night."  "I   didn't   hear   Mm aay  thing."  "Ho only apofc. onco."1  "Well, what did h _ 8������������������/f������������������  "Hoaaid, 'Lif. is puakf ���������������������������  "���������������������������>���������������������������  _< THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday.   September 29, l9i0  ^ III        -  ���������������������������!    ���������������������������  RESS  Published every  Thursday at  Knderby, li.C. at  j_ per year, by tho Walker Press.  Advct-iisintr Kate;;; Transient, ._������������������ an inch first  insertion. 25<: each sub.seciu cut iiiberliui.. Contra.-, advertising. 31 an inoh per rnuiith.  __e.. 1 Notice.. 10c a line lir.st insertion: _ u line  each hiihseiiuent insertion.  i. ailinj; Nonces and I_cals: 10c a line.  SEPTEMBER 29,  1910  STRUGGLING   IN  QUICK   SAND  Apparently, thc harder the City  Council struggles to extricate itself  from the Salmon Arm road muddle,  the deeper it gets into it. After  juggling wiih the question from the 29th  of June until August 1st, the Council  officially c-included to take the middle of the present road as the dividing, line between the Moffet and Teece  properties, and widen the road thirty  feet either way. Then two meetings  later it was discovered that Surveyor  Williams' stakes and Surveyor Burn-  yeat's stakes were on the same line,  and there was no longer any doubt in  the minds of the Council men as to  the accuracy of the Moffet property  line, and Mr. Teece agreed with the  Council to see Mr. Moffet with the  idea of purchasing from Mr. Moffet  enough road frontage to permit the  road to be widened the necessary GO  feet without the necessity of Mr.  Teece having to move his fence back.  Mayor Bell then expressed the belief  that it would be cheaper for the city  to assist in the purchase of this road  frontage than to dig up aud relay  the water main laid inside the Moffet  property line.  At the next meeting, Mr. Teece reported that he had changed his mind  and was not prepared to see Mr.  Moffet with the object of purchasing  any-frontage. He would stand by  the middle of the road decision and  move his fence back ten feet.  The Council then concluded that it  would lay the city's case before some  prominent legal firm in Vancouver to  see just where the legal line is.  Later, according to a letter from  Mr. Moffet's attorneys, Mayor Bell  sought .to discover what Mr. Moffet's  terms would be, and his attorneys  submitted Mr. Moffet's basis of settlement. When this comes before thc  Council, the clerk is instructed to  say that Mr. Moffet and his attorney  were in error, and that Mr. Bell was  acting not for the city but for Mr.  Teece, and that as soon as the legal  line is defined Mr. Moffet's plan of  sub-division held up three months will be  approved. And now nobody seems to  know who's who or what's what nor  how long it has been or will stay  that way.  FIRE  CHIEFS'  ADVICE  We had the   pleasure,   a    few days  ago, of reading the report of the Fire  Chiefs' Association   of B. C. conven-  -tinn,���������������������������recently - held.���������������������������.Several .papers.  were read before the convention by  these old and tried fire fighters of thc  Province, covering the many phases  of this important department of civic  Uniform  Grades  AND GOOD MILL WORK  in lumber will  Reduce the Cost of  Building your  Home  more than BAD lumber at  cheaper prices. First Cost  is by no means the final cost.  Figure it out and you will  buy your lumber of���������������������������  A.R.Rogers Lumber  Company,   Ltd.  affairs. In all of the papers there is  this one cry, which seems to take  first place in the minds of these men:  "Be ready before the fire comes; practice, drill; be ready!"  Anyone who has watched a fire in  the burning of a building or any  number of buildings, will recognize  how important this advice is, and  most pcople would take warning���������������������������and  prepare. Will Enderby's businessmen  and property owners be among those  wise ones and prepare ? Or havc we  been lulled to sleep in the false belief in our safety and the power to lie  "on the spot" when the testing time  comes ? Have we such a proficient  fire brigade that they do not need to  practice ? Have wc so far outstripped the paid fire departments of the  cities that we do not have to know  anything about the handling of hose  and water ?  The time of all times, when a fire  brigade with some training is most  needed, is fast approaching���������������������������the winter time, when the fires have to.be  kept going much of the time night  ancl day. The few months yet remaining before winter sets .in, is sufficient time to enable the brigade to  get into working order. Will the  City Council take the initiative and  find out who's who in the matter of  fire protection ?  ���������������������������or "otherwise���������������������������dies, we shall not  wait to get a" wireless from St. Peter  or the other fellow before clue mention is made of the fact that you're  dead. Put not your faith in jolly  admissions, congratulations and savage charivari parties,  PLAY ON THE FLOOR  A  MATRIMONIAL   JOKE  Married���������������������������At Armstrong, Sept. 29th,  Mrs. Thos. Bell to Mr. Thos. Hughes  both of Enderby.  The above innocent item appeared  in the last issue of this family weekly. It states what i.s not true, according to the best authenticated advice we are in possession of. It is  apparently a mistake. The confession of the parties thereto, thc acceptance of congratulations, and two  savage onslaughts of charivari parties does not constitute actual matrimony. We therefore desire to  apologize to our esteemed friends  whose names are linked in matrimony  in the above item.  Hereafter when matrimony is indulged in and due notice is to appear in these columns, it will he necessary to show the marriage certificate, duly ��������������������������� signed and scaled. In  the matter of birth notices, we shall  not, however, demand to see the  baby before publishing thc notice.  And when any    delinquent subscriber  Frederic Clarke and his talented  company played "The Manxman" in  K. of P. Hall last Thursday evening  before a very appreciative audience  and a large one. Thc stage was too  high and the ceiling too low to permit them to use their 10-foot scenery  and they had to make-shift on the  floor.  The company jumped from a two-  night engagement in thc Vancouver  opera house to Ashcroft, thence to  Vernon and then Enderby. The make  shift, made necessary by thc limited  stage space put the company at a  great disadvantage, ancl Mr. Clarke  ancl his players felt it keenly, but  they did their best to give Bnderby a  good entertainment, and they succeeded, though the disadvantage of  having the stage on the floor was as  great to the audience as to the players. "Thc Manxman" is one of the  strongest human-life dramas on the  stage to-day, and Mr. Clarke and his  excellent company, even handicapped  as they were, sustained the strongest  interest of the audience from first to  last.  It is a matter for sincere regret  that Enderby has not a hall with a  stage high euough to take the scenery  of these high-class companies. The  theatre-goers of Enderby enjoy the  better class of entertainments and  we hope soon to see someone erect a  suitable building to give the accommodation necessary.  After reading the police regulations  adopted by the City Council at the  last meeting,'ancl which go into effect  on Saturday when Robert Bailey  takes up the duties of city Police  Officer at the extravagant wage of  $15 per month, we arc forced to conclude that Mr. Bailey will earn his  salary.  <S> ^������������������^������������������^������������������^>������������������^������������������<_>������������������#������������������#������������������#������������������_> ������������������$������������������<$> $m������������������W'&&$������������������<$>G^^  Unshrinkable Underwear  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby. B.C.  Contractors __  Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed  .p. ?-,#*.- -_;__tf.i&tei5l������������������Bsa_���������������������������  ^^^^S^__S5SS_3SSES������������������aSsSSS8ag  Piping Hot Water Always Ready  for evcry occasion, with the Kootenay Steel Range,  without ""driving" the'fire or wasting fuel. The  generous firebox is built so that the water heats very  rapidly as it passes through the watcr front, and  gives a plentiful supply. One .bath usually empties  the boiler heated by an ordinary range with thc  result that the rest of thc family must wait for more  watcr to licit. Not so with the boiler attached to  thc watcr front of a  because the Kootenay never fails to heat as much  water as is required and as fast as it is used. The  nearest McClary Agent will make clear to you the  reasons why you ought to-own a Kootenay. 50  A-- _.        _r_-  trial*      riSS-so now  London,     Toronto,     Montreal,    Winnipeg,  in Use  Vancouver,     St, John, N.B.,  Hamilton,     Canary  For Sale by A. FULTON, Enderby  Quality and Service in Every  Garment  Procurable at  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  ->', _>  > <������������������x_'^<s_>S4>������������������^������������������<S_^S_X5> ������������������4><������������������������������������&8>������������������������������������.������������������������������������Q>������������������Q> <$^������������������<^������������������^������������������^������������������<^^������������������^������������������^������������������^������������������)^������������������^������������������f  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 te 12 *  Afternoon. 4 to 5  Evening. 7 to _  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff mid George SU. EN DERBY  Wr  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyarieer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block.. Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  FRED. H. KARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Endorby Lodfje No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after tke  full moon at 8}>. m. in Oddfellows Hull. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  __        Eureka Lodge, Ko. SO  llaets every Tuesday evenin. at S o'clock, in I. O.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block. Visiting brothers. always wulcome. J. A." McMorland. N. G., A.  Reave.. Sec'y.E. J. Mack, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P,  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  ��������������������������� J. N. GRANT,. C...  C. E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  K. of P. Hall ifi the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments.    For rates, eta., apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE, M. E��������������������������� Enderby  ~ F/T/TURNER ~  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  AU kinds of Tin and Zinc Artistes R������������������pared  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  Wanted.���������������������������Whiskers to shave at the  Gem barber shop. Hair cutting a  specialty. G. R. Trusler, old City  office building, Cliff street.  WATER ACT 1909  BY direction of the Board of Investigation, notice is hereby given  that the Board will proceed "to adjudicate upon claims to water on the  following streams and tributaries  thereto in the Similkameen and Oso-  yoos=Water^Distriets^under^authori���������������������������  ty of Part 3 of the Water Act, 1909:  Pine Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 2986,  Spring on Ecks Pre-emption,  Shoot Creek,  Ellis or Nanisheen Creek,  James Creek,  Penticton Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 2551,  Canon Lake  Second Creek,  Cedar Creek,   Little Penticton Creek,  Sheep Creek,  4-Mile Creek south on Dog Lake,  4-Mile Creek on east side Okanagan  Lake,  Five-Mile Creek,  Johnson Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 4507,  Spring near Pre-emption near 4-  Mile Creek,  Spring near 1st Creek near Preemption 138s,  Spring on Sub-lot 19, L. 2711,  Alder Creek,  Maple Creek,  Creek 3 miles south on Dog Lake,  McLean Creek,  Lake near Kelowna-Penticton  trail,  Spring, Penticton,  Steward's Dam,  Creek, Lot 286  7-Mile Creek (Lots 210 and 266,)  Camp, Old Camp, 9-Mile or Ara-  wana Creek,  Creek on Lot 211,  Spring near southeast corner of lot  587,  South branch of Ellis Creek,  Spring, Lot 2551,  Meeting for the purpose of adjudication will be held at Penticton on  or about October 20th, 1910; Okanagan Falls on or about October 25th,  1910; and Naramata on or about  October 28th, 1910.  W. S. DREWRY,  Chief Water Commissioner.  Lands Department, (Water Branch),  Victoria, B. C, July 15th, 1910.  .1  /I  ���������������������������'J  .1  ^1  0 /  LIFE A NIGHTMARE  ffelpless and Broken Down, Dr.  Williams' Pink Fills Game to  the Rescue,  There are many who think anaemia is a trouble confined to grow-  ��������������������������� 'ng girls and women, but this is not  the case. Thousands o[ men are  anaemic, and attribute their growing weakness to mental or physical  . overwork, or worry, and who do not  appear to realize that they are  swiftly passing into that condition  knewn as general debility, and that  their trouble is due entirely to the  fact that their blood is watery and  impure. If the trouble is not taken  in time, they pass from one stage  to another until the breakdown is  complete, and often until a cure is  ��������������������������� beyond hope.    To men in all walks  cf life there is no medicine so valuable as Dr.  AVilliams'   Pink Pills.  If you feel jaded, weak or worn out  these Pills will make that rich, red  blood that puts vim and energy into every portion of the body. Making good   blood  is  the  mission of  Di.  Williams' Pink Pills and good  blood is  thc    one secret   of good  health and vigorous life.    An excellent case in point _s that of Mr. R.  W. Ellis, of Balcarres,   Sask., who  lays:  "Just four years ago I was  in England making preparations to  lu.fil the long cherished ambition of  coming to Canada.   My health   at  ��������������������������� that time was normal, though I  was never very strong. Three  weeks before the time of my departure I was overcome with a feeling  vt general weakness and faintness  which rendered me so inert and lifeless that my days were shrouded in  gloom. Consultation with a doctor  brought me no consolation.      Dc  Tha Peanut's Perfect.ont.  Tlie man who buys 5 cents' worth of  peanuts perhaps doesn't realize thai  his purchase is helping to build up  one of the largest farm products in  this  country,' now  worth  some  $15.-  000,000 annually.    The thin  covering  is very like wheat bran and -is excellent food for live stock when mixed  with   other, things.    The   shelh   are  burned in the factories as fuel, and tha  ash is used for fertilizer.   The vines  make fine forage.   Those peanuts that  are not sold on the market are ground  up into butter and into meal, which  is used in the manufacture of confections  of   various   kinds.    But  oil   ia  the most highly prized by-product of  the peanut,  of  which   a  bushel  will  yield     about     a     gallon.���������������������������Harper '$  Weekly.  BREAKFAST HELPS.  Maple Syrup.���������������������������A good substitute  tor maple syrup is made by using  brown sugar (any amount desired)  Lever with enough water to dissolve and boil until it starts to  thicken. When done, stir in a few  drops of vanilla.  Brown Bread Muffins.���������������������������Break into bits sufficient stale bread to fill  ������������������ quart measure.      Cover with a  pint of cold milk and soak till soft  Beat to a    smooth  paste, add the  well beaten yolks of three eggs, a  tc'Mespoonful of melted butter, and  three-fourths  of   a  cupful of   graham flour sifted with a heaping teaspoonful of baking powder.    Fold  in  the  well - beaten  whites bf the  epgs.    Bake in muffin pan twenty  m:nutcs in a quick oven.    ������������������������������������������������������ -  Dropped . Biscuits.-At : night  make up the dough in the usual  way for light.bread and let it rise  ever night. I��������������������������� the morning, before  kneading it, ~ break off a piece of  the dough which you think would  tc sufficiently large to supply the  necessary wants and roll it out the  THE LAZY FISHERMAN.  Most gladly I'd go fishing  If I could  sit around  Beneath some ancient apple tree  On green and springy ground.  If someone else would fix the worm  Upon the prickly hook  Ana wrestle with the fishes while  1 sat and read a book.  Used according to directions, Dr.  J.  D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial  will afford relief in the most acute  form of summer complaint.    Whenever the attack manifests1 itself no  time should bc lost in seeking the  aid of the Cordial.   It will act immediately on the stomach and in-  testines and allay the irritation and  pain.    A  trial  of  it will  convince  anyone of the truth of these assertions.  AXLE GREASE  is the turning-point to economy  in wear and tear of wagons. Trjr  a box. Every dealer everywhere.  The Imperial OH Co.,Ltd.  Oafar.aAgti.ti_ The Qaeea CltjrO.i Cd., LM,  School of Mining  A COLLEGE OP APPLIED SCIENCE,  Affiliate 4 to Queen'a Uaivcrti ty.  KINGSTON.   ONT.  For Calendar of the School and  further info,  manor., appiy to tbe Secrtt _y, School of Mining,  Kingston, Ont.  Minitif an4 Metallurgy. ,  Chemistry and Mineralogy*  Mineralogy and Geology.  Chemical Engineering.  Civil Engineering.  Mechanical Engineering.  Electrical Engineering.  Biology and Public Health.  .Power Development.  HOW SHE WON OUT.  "How did you manage to catch  the man you wanted?" we asked  thc bride.  "By pretending to try to catch a  man I didn't want," she confessed.  "TIIK FK\C1_ MAN," SELLS III ON  ?.?. Wlr* lances at factory pries...  Write for booklet.   Addr������������������3., Toronto.  tlANCER, Tumors, Luinpe, etc. Internal  J and external, cured without pain bv  our home treatment. Write na before too  late. Dr. Bellman Medical Co., Limited,  Collmgwood,  Ont.  bilit/wa. my trouWV  _d_'was"on|S __. _* uM..������������������or. a*6 rCSular  the poin. of a breakdown. 'Ca___'  .._<St.I* ��������������������������� S_*.*ffi  My-marc, a very valuable one, was badly bruised and cut by being: caught in a  wire._fei.ee. Some of the wounds would  not heal, although I tried many different  K?&_���������������������������������������������_?_-D,. Bo11 ad���������������������������ed me to use  MINARD'S LINIMENT, diluted at first,  then stronger as the soros began to. look  better, until after three weeks, the sores  nave healed, and best of all. the hair is  growing well, and is NOT' WHITE as is  most always tho case in-horse-wounds.-  Weymouth.  FOR ENfJINKS, BOILER . PUMPS - IRO .  and Wood-Working Machinery, Gasoline  Knginos, _. ectnc Motors and Contractors' \la.  .hinery, write H. W. Petrie, Limited/Toronto.  Your Overcoats  ^������������������'tfowT������������������l^  British    Amerloan    Dyeing    Oo.  When buying your Piano  insist on having an  OTTO NIGEL  Ptano Action  st  UNCLE EZRA SAYS:  "You kin jedge a man purty well  by'"which end uv the log he takes  hold uv."  ni your    condition    means death,'  ������������������a.d the doctor.    'You must have a  com pie    rest.  A    rest,  however,  ; was out of the question, a fortnight's holiday I had and then back  to earn my daily bread. The next  years were a series of misery and  despair, body and brain undermin-  - id with a- complaint the doctor  could only call debility, but appar-  r cntly could not cure. Snatching  holidays when I could I struggled  vn until the opening of 1909, when  completely prostrated! was compelled to go to my parents and be-  come a-burden to them. Mv life was  simply   au    existence    aiul  friends  ���������������������������   eai d, behind    my    back,  'consump-  tio  .-    -  "In April,  1909, I   began taking  Dr.  Williams' Pink Tills.      Three  menths later, on July 1st, I sailed  fJom Liverpool on" the Tunisian for  Montreal, full  of new life,  energy  m_d hope.    In this great country I  am  making good and 1 owe it all  to  Dr.   Williams'  Pink  Pills.      In  ^ tiu-ee months they changed me from  a nervous wreck to a healthy man.  When doctors failed they  succeeded, and I honestly believe they saved my life."  You     can    procure    this    great  health-giving  medicine    from    any I  dealer or by mail at 50 cents a box  or six boxes fur $2.50 from The Dr.  J__jIUuinsLMcdidne-Go^l3rock-v-ille?=  It is an undisputed fact that onc  package o_ Wilson's Fly Pads has  killed a bushel of house flies. Fortunately no such quantity can ever  be found in a well kept house, but  whether ..they be. few or many Wilson V Fly Pads will kill them all.  and fill it two-thirds full of good  lard, let it get boiling hot, then  cut your biscuits out and drop them  in.. They will puff up and turn  brown, leaving a hollow ''inside,  ocrve while hot and break open  putting the butter on the inside!  Do not cut open.  SOLVED. ^  "I have-it, girls," exclaimed the  Judy with the ..harp nose and the  cc Id eyes, rising in the ��������������������������� stiffs,-age  meeting. "I.have a' plan that will  show the men werare in earnest in  cur fight for the  ballot." *  ."Let us resolve that we will not  mar-y them unless they give us the  Vc*e/'( cries a  militant sister.  "-No!" exclaims the sharp-nosed  one. .'I say, let us~declare that if  they do not- give us t.he ballot we  will marry them!"        "v"' -    -  AROMATIC EFFECTS.  nl3a^V������������������'is7<gt\t%t'^Sa^thH1-YoU  Cann0fc ������������������lake lj��������������������������� s^ts by  >.J_ sic.an,    is to take the air in an denouncing the ways ofdead  sin-  nc-rs.  Men make  up their   minds;  women make  up their faces.  ���������������������������     Vo?JT Dr,������������������KSl nt  Will  Tell  Yo it  Murine Eye Remedy Relieves Sore Eyes,  li_. fh_?S ^������������������?k Eycs~ Doesn't Smart  Soothes Kye Pain, and-Sells for.50c. Try  Murine in Your Eyes'.-and In Baby's  -byes for bcaly Eyelids and Granulation.  ' cvrsufirtwtxrjxisj  For Croup. DiphthwU,  InflnenMu Or .apt,  SlMMraiTBlira. Soaldi,  Accident. Brnl>t-,  ���������������������������������������������11;,  Ounihot  Bitw.offiogB.Snakw.  8<i������������������__ of_anou.oto..  Had ways  Ready  Relief  Robertson Bros.  - Designers and Builders of  MOTOR BOATS  ALL 8IZE3  KNOCK DOWN FRAMES  HULLS' furnished, complete or iii  any stage of completion.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������/  LAUNCHES, with Engines installed,- ready to run, in stock.-  Send stamps for catalogue.   .  Foot   of   Bay   Street  HAMILTON, CANADA  KEEP  AWAY  With the perfecting of" airships,  our castles in the air may be used  as summer homes. .  -  AN IMPOSSIBLE THINC to find a piaster  equal to "The D. & L " Me,,thol Xg  and it is being imitated.   Get the genuine  lor side aches, backaches, stitches,  noth-  uig equala it.   Made by Davis & LaWrence  _>  au'.omobile or a motor boat."  "Can't I stay at home and open  a eaijyof gasoline?"  If  a    ship    travels'   14 knots an  Cnt.  enough,  it  All  Always Serviceable.���������������������������Most pills  lrsc their properties wi.h age. Not  ������������������c with Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.  The pill mass is so compounded that  , i.hej ik_.stilength���������������������������and���������������������������effectiveness*  is prcser.vcd and the pills can  be carried anywhere without  lear of losing their potency.  Ihis is a quality that few pills pos-  . v,     _   - 'Some pills lose their power,  yuu have to do is earn,'but not so with rar melee's.    They  'will   maintain their freshness    and  potency  for a  long time.  A CHANC1-. TOR ALL.  The world owes you a living right'sess  J hour, ho.w fast- does its cargo 1  Death Comes to All.���������������������������But it need  not come prematurely if proper pre  . A man's wife is never more economical than when . she buys his  socks and ties.  It is Wise to Prevent Disorder.���������������������������  Many, causes, lesid, to disorders of  (he stomach and few are free from  them     At    thc first manifestation  that -the stomach and liver arc riot  performing their functions, a course  of     Parmelee's     Vegetable   Pills  shculd be .tried,, and-will be found  that1 the - digestive :- organs   will  speedily    resume    healthy    action.  Laxatives      and    sedatives   are so  bonded in these pills that no other  preparation  could  be   so effective  as they.  The good may die young, but  have you ever noticed how long a  worthless man manages to han"  on. " ������������������  ���������������������������Tor Haifa Cmnt a Day.  Horn Flies. Gad Flies, Blow Flies,''Flies?'  of every kind. Mosquitoes, Lice and alp  worrying- insects keep entirely clear of,tha- -  animals to which '_-_���������������������������"<".��������������������������� .>; W  Cooper's Fly Knocker  has been'applied;   Easily put on .with   _!"  sprayer, and-costs less than one cent a. ���������������������������  day  for each  animal.    Protects wounds  from  Ay-blows and inflammation.    More- ���������������������������'.  than pays for itself, in extra milk, extra  beef, less feed and more work from horses-  $1.75 A GALLON        ,   >  50c.     A   QUART  WM- COOPER * NEPHEWS  TORONTO.  Ji other Craves' Worm    _x.crn.i_.-  ntnr has no  equal    for destroying  - worms in children and adults.  "Sec  .that you get the genuine when pur  chasing.  Suffragettes arc  tli: guise.  new-   women  in  Minard's Liniment Cures Carset In Cows.  If a man has sufficient hard cash  hc may have a soft time.  HUNDREDS OF OPINIONS agroc unon  tho fnrt that Painkiller has aMov ....1 ,".,__  jiain than any one medicino. Unequalled  lor diarrhoea and dysentery. Avoid sub-  ftitutcs, there is but one "Painkiller"���������������������������  1-erry l)avis'-25c. and 50c.  Turn your face to thc sun and vou  .v.-ul never fear thc  .shadows.  .._. -.TAKIXG.A CUE...   ...  ''What did hc do when you tried  j to nail  him  down  to thc "point?"  j    "He went off on another lack.'"'  j Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  TFI1. _ITTf_. TH12.GS. ���������������������������  "rdoiiJt want to be nagging at  ,vni,'    _h���������������������������.   .Uanyat began,   "bufc  it i the little things that bother mc  most "  . "Ah," interrupted hcr husband,  sweetly, "1 suppose you're going  to tell mc you haven's a decent pair  ot shoes."  If allowed    (o    roam over your  house-those   innocent-looking flies  Men of  ion  caijfcioj. _A _3Ltaken._..i_An-Ounce-of, ,.,.,._,,,���������������������������-,���������������������������., ,.,..,,-,, .   \, ___ _   "'^  _^V_Hti_lTTr^___^  cure,"  and  to  hand and allow  worth   a   pound of  have prevention afc  a disease to work  its will is wickedness. Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil not only allays pains  when   applied  externally,  but will  prevent    lung    troubles    resulting!, . . _ - -   ;  from colds and coughs.   Trrit and \    0C and Pci'sjs1���������������������������< ������������������sc of Wilson's j  as t'tcy are Known (o he the prin  cipnl agents for the spread  of fly.  scillery, typhoid fever, diphtheria,  tuberculosis,  and   other infectious  diseases.-   The remedy lies  in (lie  are wanted at all unrepresented points to sell life insurance for the NATIONAL  LIFE.      A    good, man,  a  bc convinced.  Thc    hairpin" goes"  when  ifc is used as a  to" extremes  button hook.  My Pads.  ~~It's easy for "a ma_"t_"do things  i? given a chance, but Lhe world  applauds tlie man who makes his  own chance.  Minard's   Liniment Cures   Distemper.  Many a homely girl has  reached j Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  a man's hear!, with hcr cookin ..  Too many mistake the squabbles  of creed for the fight of.faith.  Everybody   now   admits^  Zam-Bqk best for thoso.  LeL.it give YOU ease  and comfort. "~~-"  Drue&'iti nnd Sh'rej tverynhere  PraHically all Canadian Drug.  gists, Grocers and General Dcule _j  soli _ViIson:s Fly Pads. Jf your  storekeeper docs not, ask liim why.  A HUMAN CHOICE.  A conscientious Sunday school  teacher had been endeavoring to  impress upon hcr pupil the ultimate  tmu.iph of goodness over beauty.  At tho close of a story in which she  flattered herself that this point had  been well established, she turned  confidently to a 10-year-old pupil  aik. enquired, "and now, Ali.'.,  which would you rather be, beau-  t.fnl  or good ?"  "Well," replied Alice, after a  moment's reflection, "I.think I'd  a great deal rather bc beautiful-  ant;  repent." .  Thos. Sabin of l.gliiigton, says:  "L have removed ten corns from my  feci with Hollow-ay's Corn Cure."  Reader, go thou and do likewise.  CONTRA!*Y EFFECT.  "I  tell you,   she    made her, acquaintances hot."  "How,"  "Rll     I.OV    ifii;    1>.n,..ir>..   >>  TOOK IT FOR GRANTED.  ���������������������������He had been calling lin her twice  a week for six months, but had riot  proposed. Hc was a wise young  man and therefore didn't think ifc  necessary.  "Ethel," hc said, as they were  taking a moonlight si roll one cven-  jr'.������������������ "I���������������������������cr���������������������������am going to ask you an  important question."  "Oh, George^' she exclaimed,  "this is so sudden !   Why, I���������������������������U>  "What I want to ask is this," he  interrupted. "What date have you  aim your mother decided upon foi  our weddin  '"slrong " company, a liberal  policy and generous treatment is a winning combination. Vou get the three  last qualities in the National. There is no morc useful nor dignified business,  and if you arc a worker  . _ -and ambitious-we wanfcyour  Writc for the agency terms,  The NATIONAL LIFE  |   Assurance Company  I   HEAD  OFFICE, .-   TORONTO   J  K  ;;  HONORED  CITIZEN.  "You treat that gentleman vcry  respectfully."  "Yes, he's one of our early settlers."  '/An early settler? Why", man,  he's not more than <I0 years old."  "No; but he pays his'bills on the  first of every month."  NO. 31-10.  EASY FOR HER.  Stella���������������������������"Can  you  cook?"  Bella���������������������������"No,   but it doesn't mat-  U\, Jack has dyspepsia and no appetite."  Cures Sprung Tendon,  Collar and Saddle Galls  .< >.'-_IU>U Are.. Wliml.  _  October Uib. IMS.  I fc.iT. u������������������_ _   ur Rp������������������Ti_ (.jr. on a Spmaj  Teiido,, wm, Kood results inU I cm r. o .m.oilit  ftir Collar anil S.ddlt CaUi." J.... _U_lett.  Kendall's  Spavin Cure  Is t. WeMin); to dinners ind ftocknun.   rn th* but  ���������������������������<0rev." Kendall'* Spavin Cum bu HUnUly ������������������������������������������������������ r_  nulfion* of dollar! for ban* owotr.  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� Jt la tli. ��������������������������������������������������������������� remedy Uut can ������������������lwr..   he dawDded  u.><m to ������������������!_>.uteljr cur. flavin, Klofbone. Curb  Sjpllnt. b'wcllln_������������������ nnd lAuiene _. '  Xever _IIkU_, _c.r������������������ or tunu U������������������ hair wfcj.e  A������������������ (food fur inun as for be_C  Keep Kendall _ always h.ndy. H, a bdtlo���������������������������  8 for . . When you buy nt y _r dealer'*, ret ronr  of our N*>_ "A Treatise On lhe Ilor������������������."-lf_ fr_  ���������������������������or \rri\t u_ '"  UK. B. J. KSXDAIX CO., Enosbnrg rails. Vt.'  sssessa THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,   September 29, 1910  Winter Course,   ;  of Entertainment  It will be of interest to amusement lovers'in Enderby to know  that Mr. G. P. Walker of the  Walker Theatre, Winnipeg, will  send out this season five companies -which he is placing  throughout the west, under the  auspices of some local society.  Mr. Walker has improved upon  the Lecture Course idea of ...the  United States and has woven  together a series of entertainments stronger than has ever  been attempted by any bureau,  a series that will be of great  educational value in both music  and drama.  This course is headed by. a  specially picked company, including Wm. Yule and Violet Eddy,  in that greatest of all Shakespearian comedies, ' 'Twelfth  NightM This play with its  wealth of handsome scenery and  costumes, its story of Malvolio,  Toby Belch and Andrew Ague-  cheek will be of great __ interest  to all lovers of dramati<������������������art.  The Opera Singers, heard last  year, and perhaps the most popular number on the Course, have  been made the principals of a  tuneful. little musical comedy  "Managing Mildred." Thebook  is full of rich comedy and the  music very pretty while during  the action of the opera scenes  ���������������������������are introducee from "II Trova-  tore". "The Cingaloe", "Martha1' and the "Merry Widow."  This company will carry an orchestra of four picked musicians.  Mr. Robert Meikle again heads  his company which includes the  popular comedian. Frank Lloyd.  An entirely new program will be  offered.  Perhaps the greatest novelty  of the series will be "The Merry  Musicians," a little musical company after the style of the French  "Pierrots" and the English "Follies." The program presented  by this company is along the line  of high-class vaudeville ' and  there is not a dull moment in  the two hours this company is  on the stage in their pretty Pierrot costumes.  The fifth number on the course  '"Ine Lyceum Players" present  several tabloid dramas after the  style the late Rosina V.kes. Mr.  Walker is featuring the well-  4p_own4i t-tl e-pl a-y^A-N ew-Yearls^  Dream," ancl Signor.Romanilli,  an Italian harpist.  Mr. Walker's agent will be  here shortly to arrange the  Course for the Winter and it is  hoped that some society will take  the matter up and give the people of Enderby a chance to hear  this splendid series of high-class  entertainments.  ORDER IN COUNCIL  ..^x^.^^^:.!^  At tho Evecutive Council Chamber, Victoria,  Tuiwhiy, the 2'Jrcl day of August, 1910. Present: His Honor Thu Liuutunant-Govemo.. in  Council.  On tho nicwnmi-ndiitlon of   tho Honorable thu  ��������������������������� Attorney-General anil under tho provisions of Gl  Victoria, chapter 21, lS'JS, tho "Game Protection  Act", and Amendment Acts,  His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor of British  Columbia, by snd with the . Iviceof his Executive  Council, doth order as follows:���������������������������  That tie regulation under the said Act made  by Order in Council No. GS-I, dated August, 3, 1910  provided that lho "disabilities as to to the shootinir  of the Columbia Sharp-Tailed Grouse, commonly  known as 'Prairie Chicken', shall be removed  throughout the Province from the first day of  October. 1910, to the 31st day of October, 1910  both days inclusive," be und is hereby amended by  inserting after the word 'Province', therein, the  words 'except in the Yale, Kamloops and Okanagan Electoral Districts'.  H3NRY ESSON YOUNG,  T  y  MOFFET'S BEST is dependably good and will make most wholesome and inmtmg bread.  It is scientifically milled by practical and competent millers and m a clean mill, and all  wheat for Moffet's Best is ivashed before being milled.   For sale by all representative   j  grocers. -  SOCIALIST ARGUMENT  Cotton's weekly, a Socialist  publication, printed at Cowans-  ville. Que., is becoming busier  every day exposing to the eyes of  "wage slaves" the graft of par- subjection  ty:politics, for. which, it claims,  the competitive system is responsible. All the subscribers are  supposed to believe everything  they see in its columns, and, no  doubt, most-of them do. Here  is a sample of what their minds  are fed on:  Premier McBride and the Conservative politicians gave Laurier a royal welcome when he  struck British Columbia.     They  their own candidates in order  that the Conservatives might  win against the Socialists. Is it  any wonder that McBride welcomes'Laurier! They are hand  and glove to keep the workers in  welcomed him in what  they de  clared to be a nonpartizan spirit.   cicrk. Executive council j They welcomed him as the head  ������������������������������������������������������"_ ri   '   i   i j of Canada.   This shows that the  John    S.    JohnstOnel^d parties are practically .one.  __>.,,_...        ; And McBride knows that capital-  Contractor and Bu.lder, Enderby        j .gm   ._,   beJng.      ^ by l^.^  Having added a cement brick ma- j During the last B.  C. provincial  chine to my cement plant, I am now, election the plunderers   feared  prepared to   enter   into contract for : the Socialist vote SO they worked  all kinds of cement work.  Portland j together to elect the Conserva-  ^!menti _plaster  an. Ji^lJ^J!! tivej?'   As a result the Socialists  Act uprightly; ciirt may "stick to a j received more votes than did the  mud wall, hut not to polished marble J Liberal candidates.   The Liberal  and free from ail contagion. j party  deliberately    slaughtered  A 15-ton road roller has been sent  into the Okanagan for use on��������������������������� thc  public roads. Gradually the highways arc being permanently gravelled and broadened, and the day is  not far oil when some of the prettiest  drives in the Dominion will be-those  of the Okanagan. ^^^_   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  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  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR    v  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  We can   still show  the Goods  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings  and   all   factory  work.  Rubberoid    Roofiing,    Screen  Doors and Windows.  Glass cut,,  to any size.  I represent S.  C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon.' Enderby.  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  cut at the present time  on  Our Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  W  m  w  W  xyi,  n  A  m  w. f  _/  m  f;  {_  __  m  If  _J  li  s  m  m  u  _*_  i  I  I!  ���������������������������4  ���������������������������.-if  m  Enderby, B. C. /*  ���������������������������3  Thursday;   September 29, I9l0  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Police Regulations to be Observed  When Officer Bailey Takes Hold  t  From $3 to $25  McClary'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  ACCORDING. TO  SIZE  We sell other   lines   of smaller steel  ranges at prices ranging from  $14 to $30  Our STOVE   line   is- complete,   and  we ask   you   to   compare our  prices   with others before      buying  Ask for   particulars about  Plaster Board  This is a ��������������������������� hard   asbestos wall board  which   completely   does away  ' with the ordinary lath  ���������������������������   and   plaster   and  does not   cost  nearly   so  much  OUR LINE OF  Logger*' Tool*  Builders' Supplies  Paints, Oils and Varnishes  is complete, and we solicit your  enquiries for prices  WE DO .PLUMBING,  TINSMITHING   .  ROOFING  AND     HEATING  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  I  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  Eldernell Orchard ��������������������������� Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L.  MATTHEWS.  IN   THE   CHURCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. George's Church,  Enderby���������������������������Service every Sunday 8 a.m., 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. LATE celebration of Holy Communion 1st Sunday in month at 11 a.m. Sunday  School at 10 a.m. N. Enderby Service at 3.15 p.  m., 2nd Sunday in month. Hullcar���������������������������Service at 3  p.m. 4th Sunday in month. Mara���������������������������Service at 3 p.  m. 1st and 3rd Sundays in month. Regular'meeting of St. George's Guild last Friday in month at  3 p.m. in St: George's Hall. Rev. John Leech-  Porter. Vicar.  METHODIST CHURCH���������������������������Service, Sunday 7:30  p. m. Junior Epworth League, Tuesday 8 p.  m. Prayer Meeting, Thursday 8 p. m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m.  C. F. CONNOR, Pastor.  P" RESBYTERIAN   CHURCH-Sunday   School,  2:30 p.m.:   Church service, 11 a. m.; Young  People's meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m.  D. CAMPBELL, Pastor.  The following Police Regulations  for the City of Enderby were adopted  by the City Council at the last meeting, and go into effect next Saturday.  1���������������������������All City Constables shall obey  the lawful orders of the Board of Police Commissioners; and, subject to  such control, are under the direction  of the Superintendent of Police of  the Province;  2���������������������������All City Constables are charged  with the special duties of preventing  infractions of the By-laws of the city,  preserving the peace, preventing  crime and apprehending offenders;  3���������������������������It shall be the duty of constables, when required, to look after  prisoners, give them their meals at  regular hours, have them ready for  trial every morning (except Sunday)  at 10 o'clock, and to convey them, to  any goal or other place to which  they may be committed by lawful  authority;  4���������������������������All City Constables shall act as  sanitary inspectors and fire inspectors, reporting to the -Board of  J Health, when necessary, ��������������������������� as to nui-  ances and cases of infectious disease *  and to the Board of Works as to  matters connected with risks of fire,  etc., etc.  5���������������������������The following   Is a summary of  the City by-laws which it is the duty  of constables to enforce, as provided  in Sec/2 hereof:  It is unlawful:  "-(a) For horses, cattle, sheep,,swine,  goats, geese and ducks to be at large  within the City limits; _ or to be  herded or tethered in any street; or  for bells to be kept on any such animals at night, to the annoyance of  any person; '  .(b) To rescue any animal lawfully^  in the possession'of the poundkeeper,  or of any person - lawfully conveying  same-to the pound;-  (c) To;'r_fuse'pr neglect to pay dog  tax,.or for female dogs to be at large  at;certain seasons;  (d) To make or light any fire in  the streets or public' places of the  city;       -  (e) To fire any "gun or rifle within  that part of the City which has been  sub-divided into lots;  (f) To, light, set off. or throw, any  cracker, squib, serpent or other noisy  dangerous ' or offensive' thing in any  place within the City limits, unless  authorized by the Municipal Council;  (g) To carry- on without first obtaining a license, any- of the trades  specified in By-law No. 12;  (h) To allow the deposit or accumulation on any lot or premises of any  rubbish, excrement,' manure, offal or  other filthy or>oflensive thing;  (i) To allow any dead animal to lie  within the City limits more than 12  hours;  (J) For any house, shop, manufac-  tory_.or^other^occupied4)uilding=to4.e-  unprovided with closet or privy;  (k) To open any privy-vault or remove or disturb any night-soil between the hours of G a.m. and 11 p.m  (1) To give, sell or supply intoxicating drink to any child, or apprentice without the consent of the  parent, master or legal protector of  such child or apprentice;  (m) To use profane, obscene or  grossly insulting language, or to sell,  offer for sale or exhibit any indecent  book, paper, picture, plate, drawing  or other thing, or to perform any indecent or immoral play;  (n) To keep, frequent, or in any  way contribute to the support of,any  disorderly house or other place for  the practice of prostitution, or knowingly own or be interested in, as proprietor, landlord or otherwise, any  such house or place;  (p) To beg;  (p) For any chimney to be built  otherwise than as specified in By-law  No." 16;  (q) To have stove-pipes projecting  through roofs or walls, or otherwise  not in accordance with By-law No.16;  (r) To ride or drive any horse or  other animal in the streets or other  public places at a greater speed than  8 miles an hour, or to fail to slacken  speed when approaching any crossing  on which any person is walking;  (s) To buy or sell, or to offer for  sale on Sunday, any goods or chattels except milk, drugs or medicine;  or to work, or employ any person to  work, for wages or remuneration, except as provided in By-law No. 19;  (t) To ride a bicycle without bells  or horn, or at night without a light;  to ride on any sidewalk, or to approach any person "without7 slackening speed and sounding bell or horn;  . (u) To inflict cruelty on any animal;  (v) To" refuse or" neglect to pay  road tax for any employee when same  is legally demanded by .-the collector;  or to refuse or neglect to deliver to  the" collector a list of employees when  required to do so, or to state anything falsely in such list;  (x) To lend, sell, give or otherwise  dispose of water supplied _by the City  or to permit water' to rbe taken or  carried away for the use or benefit of  others, except in case of fire;  (y) To have blinds or- other obstructions on windows .of hotel bars  'during hours when such bars are by  law required to be closed;  (z) To obstruct, unlawfully, any  road, street or lane;  (aa) To sell .liquor between the  hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m., or at  any hour on Sunday, except as provided in By-law. No. 42;  (bb) To ride pr drive over any sidewalk except at a crossing approved  by the Board of Works, or in any  way to injure any sidewalk or other  municipal property;  (cc) To use any building, place or  lot for the purpose of slaughtering  animals=for=-food=--purposes==cxcept=  as provided in By-law No. 45;  (dd) To allow noxious weeds to  grow until they shall have come to  flower;  (ee) To string wires in the streets  and other public places for telephone,  electric light, or any other purpose,  except with the permission of the  Municipal Council;  (ff) To enter the City Hall, except  for the transaction of business, or  for some other lawful purpose; or to  linger or loiter on the steps or in the  doorway or in any other portion of  the said City Hall or the premises  thereof;  (gg) To remove any article or object the property of the Corporation  from the City Hall, without permission from the Municipal Council or  its agents;  (hh) To hoist any flag on the City  Hall at any time without the authority of the Municipal Council, except as provided in By-law No. 53; or  to hoist any foreign or unauthorized  flag at any time on such City Hall;  (ii) To ring the bell of the City  Hall at any time or in any manner  except as provided in By-law No. 53;  (jj) To smoke, or throw down cigar  or cigarette ends, or lighted or spent,  matches,   or   any   rubbish    or refuse  whatsoever, in tbe City Hall;  6���������������������������All constables are counselled to  exercise care and discretion in the  performance of their duties; they  should observe much and say little;  if required to act, constables should -  always act with decision, energy and  fearlessness, but must bc careful  never to "assert authority unnecessarily, remembering that their authority is not their own, but is delegated to them solely for the service  of the public.  SMALL DEBTS COURT  -  SITS every Saturday, by appointment at   p.m  Graham  Rosoman.   Police  and   Stipendiary  Magistrate. .  Snaps now Open:  NINETY ACRES of fine Agricultural land, situated one and one-half miles.  from Enderby, with good river front; all level, and would as a whole  .make an ideal mixed farm, havinglands   suitable   for   fruit, . large and  small; also for grain, hay and vegetables.   Thirteen acres slashed.  Will sell on easy terms.  EIGHTEEN BLOCKS of land of one or two   acres   each.   In the choicest  residential portion of city; situated conveniently  for  school and busi- .  ness.   A rare chance to secure a healthy site   for   a home; on reasonable terms.  For further particulars and list of properties, apply to^r  H.W.HARYEY      '  Real Estate and Insurance Agent  Agent for The National Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford;' The Nova Scotia Fire Insurance Co.,   The'  London Guarantee and Accident Co., Ltd. ,"_.   ���������������������������-  ���������������������������  ENDERBY GRINDROD  ��������������������������� <$<e*$'M>M><mx$><s^^  Valley  THE   UPPER   OKANAGAN Vallcy Pr0(lucca abundantly the finest orchard  -ancl  garden   fruits ��������������������������� apples, pears, plums,  grapei, strawberries, blackborri.  .   :���������������������������:,'���������������������������'���������������������������  a____K_   >'  It***  ���������������������������__f&V  <- ���������������������������*:>��������������������������� ,f<  l_. "���������������������������:'-%  *_______ V*  ������������������ 4-  '-_-->  urn  t  ____f_  kf  ' - __���������������������������_  .  c'^  v?    *  ���������������������������*  ���������������������������  - ������������������  !!___  w ^  if* ^  ^_P  r^  ��������������������������� yk  l^h.i  currants, ate���������������������������and vegetables that cannot ba excelled any- <������������������  where.  The reason is, that thi* section alone of  the famous Okanagan Vallcy require!) no Irrigation, Nature supplying the required moisture which promotes a mora vigorous growth  than does that furnishod by the ingenuity of  man. The climate is ideal���������������������������a long, warm,  atinny season; the soil fertile and productive:  the markets unlimited; the shipping facilities  most excellent���������������������������the Okanagan branch of the  C.P.R. and the Shuswap River with its miles  of navigable water* both run through  CARLIN ORCHARDS  which have been sub-divided into from 10 to 20  acre blocks, and are offered at from ?100 to $200  per acre: a small cash payment down, the  balance in 1, 2 and 3 years. Grindrod Station  ia situated at CARLIN ORCHARDS.  If you would like to know more about this  district, and how productive it is, and what a  pleasant, interesting, aa well as remunerative  business fruit farming is, in the. Upper Okanagan Valley, send us your name and address,  and receive our illustrated literature, etc. We  want to hear from you.   Write to-day.  ^ROGERS, BLACK & McALPINE,  Selling Agents  624 Pender St., W., Vancouver.  ]  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch) ���������������������������       j. ���������������������������    '_ , ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  White. Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese ���������������������������-*���������������������������"'  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are.the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns and White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELl, Prop.  Enderby. B. C.  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Life Insurance policy in the Royal Insurance Co.  of Liverpool, Eng,. is a valuable asset. A plain,  straightforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt as to its value.  The Liverpool ������������������ London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  British America Aiaurance Co.  - Royal InsuranceCoof Liverpool (Life dept)  The London & Lancashire Guarantee & ' ���������������������������  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY  Ames Holden Shoes  for men who work���������������������������  for men who are much  on their feet���������������������������for artisans, farmers, fruit  growers���������������������������all those live  " an outdoor life���������������������������these  shoes are particularly  well suited. They are  made strong, serviceable, practically impervious to the weather,  well sewn throughout.  They are built to definite standard, for every boot must pass the most critical  inspection before leaving the factory. We have put a  lifetime of experience into the making of these shoes.  They are the most perfectly dependable shoe on sale in  this Province to-day.  ASR FOR  AMES-HOLDEN SHOES FOR MEN  P.S.���������������������������You cannot get more out of a boot than the  maker has put into it, and that is why we are emphatic  upon this point���������������������������the quality of the Ames-Holden Shoes���������������������������  we know what we have put into them.  AMES-HOLDEN CO., Limited :������������������x^_.  *a  iElffiSOeiETOiHF  4,,FHiD^m_i_"lfi1HfiM  TASTY RECIPES.  Angel Food Gelatine.���������������������������Dissolve,  according io direction on box, tho  cuJ.'tenls of three boxes of raspberry jcll-o and set aside to thicken.  Wake an angel food cake from your  favorite recipe. A'ow uko a pan  om-ugh larger than the one in which  your cake is baked lo allow an inch  on all sides. When jcll-o has become quite linn put it into the pan  to the depth of an inch and place  cake in.it. Fill the space on all  sides and top with jcll-o and seton  ice. Cut in slices and servo with  whipped cream. The pink and  white  is very pretty.  Banana Puree.���������������������������Open a can of  sliced pineapple, lay one slice on  each serving dish, put sound; fully  ripe bananas through a ricer,  sweeten, and to each cupful of  puree add two tablespoonfuls of  -orange juice. Pile in a mound on  tho pineapple and dust with sugar.  Garnish with candied cherries.  Tasty Dessert.���������������������������A round, loaf-  ehaped sponge cake with the center scooped out and Oiled with diced pineapple mixed with whipped  ���������������������������cream and seasoned with sugar  makes'a sightly and tasty dessert.  Decorate thc top with cherries.  Pineapple Sherbet���������������������������Juice of three  lemons aud one orange, two cups  ci sugar, one can shredded pineapple, three quarts of water, whites  ot two well beaten eggs. Freeze  sa_ o as ice cream.  ansa. Biwir.c r _.m fcjffi  BfaSsBpiaMi,Cult., ._$_��������������������������� .carc. _;.njf>S..  *!E _ .fflexii. ftariui't* &r _c__x Hang;  Toss. Sreira a "WtHisr ..teruor. F wiic  _������������������������������������.sil lie texts nacznrMii ssxx&Eafifc to  relieve ���������������������������b������������������ awf.si T>������������������L_:i., irafi ������������������ *������������������_nin������������������ to  die to "tifrtiliaS. ";__5 iflftdJact gMW acs  up BBtanrSaiarfin limai_f ecsectcdl nxy  death. __������������������:������������������ ff mw* ihdht:. i to; tela  "Ifritft-^frfiiaes.'" ������������������a>Jl iSia: .. cdfediriliSniiJt  tned'kauE 5hs e^pretedj? cmrc^.1 rap.  Wjbr*. II ajygsHiredi Qir. t_e: stu. .fc attdta1.  any fri_a_3; esrifoiixKdi. "_&������������������; dkasd1.jSa*_.  cccoettxrirc.." Ilie- cure we* a, positive;  Bandfe.'"    iVIBSi. JAMES SB&WtCK.  5__ ft bent���������������������������6!far Ja.jo���������������������������ortn-al* lia___,  rsr_ At _e.il_.is; at fco as Stuit-ai-tt&ies  yj_i__.yu otr_?__  H0S1EUY HINTS.  The length of timo hosiery will  wear depends largely upon the care  givea it. Buy a good grade to start  with, and when a small hole appears, darn it immediately. When  a large onc appears in the foot cut  av/ay all the thin part adjoining,  leaving a round or oval shaped hole  with a good firm edge. Tako the  darning cotton and steel crochet  he ok and proceed to fill in the hole,  working all around the edge with  fii-igk) crochet stitch; then round  and round, narrowing fast enough  to keep the work flat and finishing  firmly at the centre. This is done  more rapidly than darning, is very  neat, and as strong as before thc  hole appeared.  And then the children's knees. If  cU-.rned  in short , stitches when beginning to wear  thin   their life is  lengthened and it is a good idea to  place a thin pieco of an old stocking   underneath  and  darn  through  both.    When  this will  not do. any  ��������������������������� longer cut off the stocking, straight  across, in the strong part, just below thc worn out knee.    Then join  thc two parts again on thc sewing  niachine with thread to match, but  turning   the    top    portion    of tho  stocking  upside down,  thus bringing the worn part away up out of  sight; or perhaps it can be cut off  entirely    (it   depends      upon    the  length), and the top or unworn part  down over the knee.    The seam inside can be opened and felled down  bright and glossy, rub it night and  morning with an old white silk  handkerchief.  Many families owe I _eir prosperity as much to thc carefulness of  female management as to the activity of the father.  An excellent remedy for a. cold is  Dho juice of a lemon put into hot  water,  and sweetened  with honey.  Coffee is an absolute antidote to  alcohol if taken in sufficient quantity.  To prevent hair falling off it is  a good plan to wet the head occasionally  in  salt and water.  Turpentine should be sprayed or  sprinkled in the haunts of cockroaches. It will often quite destroy  the pests and will always disperse  them.  Grained wood should be washed  wilh cold tea, a small surface only  at a time, and rubbed well with a  flannel cloth before it comes dry.  There should bc a separate grater for onions. Do not use a combined grater" in circular form with  different sized teeth for nutmeg,  cheese and cabbage, or you may lament spoiled  foods.  one quart of any mixture-to be  served,  chilled or frozen.  After frying doughnuts, place the  kettle of hot grease out of doors  and pour in .a. little cold-water,  enough to make the grease bubble.  This will take out the burnt taste,  and the grease may bo used again.  Small mice that cannot be caught  in. a trap may bo disposed of by  spreading sticky ily paper in places  frequented by them.  A delicious mustard is made by  mixing thc dry mustard with equal  parts of olive oil and tarragon vinegar.  In cold weather put the cloth.s  pins in a pan and net in the oven  until they are hot. Then tlie fingers will not suffer when hanging  mi!, the clothes, especially if tho  ch.lhcs are rinsed the last time in  warm, water.  To thoroughly clean a porcelain  sink, take equal parts of chlorido  of lime and a good soap powder,  rub well and then follow wilh lemon juice and salt. Let this remain on for several hours, and all  nisi" spots will disappear.  To make kitchen aprons, take as  many widths and lengths as desired  of calico or gingham, sew together  ai.'d hem both ends. Draw a tape  through one end to tic around the  waist; cither end can bc used to  draw tape through. When washed  take out the tape and you havo  flat work to iron. Aprons made this  way are made quicker than thc  ain-on with band and strings are  laundered in half the timo.  ���������������������������<HKK������������������<W><*0.>_������������������������������������_*^_^*$*_>������������������  * _    __ *  a  Lead,   for use in any'  quantity.  Useful for rive  hundred purposes.  A can equals 20 lbs.  SAL SODA.  U������������������e only the Beat.  mtui%  For Making Soap.  For Softening Waiter.  For Removing Paint.  For Disinfecting  ���������������������������Jinks. Closets.  Drains.etc.  ?������������������E*wmm3zmnHEMmmmmiiim&mw^^  DECAY OF TIN.  Take*  TIIE KEEVOUS CHILD.  Remarkable  Alteration   Which  Plaoa In th* Metal.  Anything made of tin, it seems, is  doomed to a brief existence. This  metal is subject to a remark..ble kind  of alteration, a species of disease to  which it is liable. When exposed to  tbe air tin undergoes no chemical  change, as do iron and copper, whicli,  of course, chemically combine with the  orygen or with water. The tin, bow-  ever, still remains metallic tin. but  gradually becomes gray and dull and  falls to fine powder,  The disease is "catching." It infects  or induces the same change in other  masses of tin in tbe Immediate neighborhood. We are told that In a Russian imperial magazine, in place of tin  uniform buttons, little heaps of powder  were found. A consignment of Bauka  tin sent from Rotterdam to Moscow  In 1877 arrived at the latter place lu  the form of powder. This alteration is  due to a change In the Internal crystalline structure ol tiie metal and is  antilogous to the slow transformation  ATTACKED  BY SHARKS.  T   . . of mouocilnic sulfur to rhombic ar.1-  .. !f ���������������������������? ,WKiel->r recognized fact that! p._ur. As a result, objects of tin of  tl-o child of to-day, and especially j archaeological interest are rare. Those'  the city-bred child of to-day, is [ that have been found have been iu the  more noticeably a victim of nervous I form of earthenware veweis, knobs.  troubles than was formerly thc' etc.. which have been found in the  case. The importance of. this sad : Swiss lake dwelling* coated with tin  tact to thc family and to the com- ; foil.   Cassiterile or tinstone is the aln-  tnunity at    large   cannot be over-' C'e ore from which the tin has been    _   __   stated.   As a noted authority on the- obtained in any quantity .-Knowledge j clutch another shark dashed _n  A Swimmer's Plucky  Encounter With  Two Big Man Eaters.  John��������������������������� T. Clark, a well known swim  roer, lo 1882 bad a narrow ei _apc  from serving a* a meal for two hungry sharks while giving nn exhibition  at Pensacola. .Ia. tie had agreed to  be sewed up lu a big sack, heavily  weighted with sand, and be thrown  Into the bay near the uavy yard, from  which bag be was to escape by cuttin,;  his way out with a, knife aud swimming ashore.  At an appointed time a flatboat took  him out some distance from shore, and  after being tied up in the sack he was  thrown overboard. He had hardly got  more than thirty feet below the surface when something bumped against  the sack, and almost (instantly the Idea  flashed through his tniud that it was a  shark. Before he could do anything  there was a bump from the other side  of tho bag. In a niomeut or two ho  had cut his way out aud was rising to  the surface, still clutching the knife in  his band. Once something cold grazed  his leg as he was rising.  Ou reaching the surface ho was  greeted with cheers, but noted with  dismay that there were no boats near,  lie started to swim toward the nearest one wheu the water parted a few  feet to one side and he could make  out the long black (in of a shark. Tho  raoQster headed at once for him, and  as he was about to dive to escape its  A PLACID MERCHANT.  disorders of childhood  has" put it,' an<1 Scientific News, London.  "The neurotic child of to-day is tho  neurasthenic adult of a few years  hence."   ' ���������������������������    ,.  Admitting this, it follows that no ; He Had Soma Regard Far the Social  In case  of sudden croup, heat a pains arc  too   great, if   by taking! Side of Trade.  little vinegar in a plate, wring out j .l:���������������������������m.w������������������ can hU' t"e burden of its]    The summer visitor in a small sea-  -==i-t=dc&m'd-r=^V-4k-l-l e-p rae t-ise-wil-1-de-yVr^l-a-l-.so���������������������������se r-ve=the���������������������������pu-r-po s Oy=al~  t ermine just how much or how little to stretch the scam under thc  machine fool, so that when thc  slocking is pulled it will appear  smooth and the scam hardly notico-  al'lc. At any rale, stockings treated in this way-��������������������������� wear twice as long  and a pair which at first looks impossible to lho weary mother (with  I1..I1' a-dozen such impossible pairs  in the weekly mending basket) can  be very (piickly converted into a  pair which will never look unsightly except when off the  foot.  "Mothers' '' do not wear lh rough  at the knee and can be repaired by  culling off the worn feel, and attaching others, which can be bought  at any large dry goods store, or  can be "���������������������������made from tho legs of another pair of hose. Thc legs can bc  utilized in 'another way: Cut each  of two down a few inches-���������������������������say,  eight or nine���������������������������set in a diamond  shaped piece lo give width and finish with bands and side openings  itdo a neat lillle pair of panties for  tho wee one. These tuck into tho  stockings and thus protect the delicate little knees from many bumps  and scratches. If made of large  (outsize) hosiery no extra piece is  .set in; but seamed up straight. Fell  all seams.  "When father's socks are beyond  repfii- in tho feet make some nice  soft holders of the tops.  WORTH KNOAYINd.  In order to remove corns a littlo  sweet oil should be rubbed on the  corn night and morning, and if persevered with for about a fortnight,  the corn ought to disappear.  'it you  want   to make your  hair  a', once.  Carpets can be cleaned and freshened., by going over them once a  week with a broom dipped in hot  water that has a little turpentine  iu it (proportion a tablespoonful to  a quart of hot water).  Never rinse laco in blue water  with the idea of improving its color. K.al lace should bc finally  rinsed in clear, soft watcr, or, bet-  children are not only born with j wharf. The showcase was devoted to  ''nerves," bufc they havc nerves i au assortment of candy at oue end and  tin ust upon   them   afterward, the;* lot of cigars aud tobacco at the otli-  As the first shark turned over on ita  Bide in order to bite Clark dived below the surface, then up under tho  shark, and drove thc knife time after  time into its vitals, aud it sank to the  bottom. As he came to tbe surface  gasping for breath a yaw I boat manned  by excited sailors from the navy yard  ran alongside, and he was pulled  aboard Just in time to escape the second shark.���������������������������Detroit Free Press.  tor still,   in  skim milk,   which will I Phci'������������������  of   this sort,  will betray  in  give it a soft, creamy color. I man.V ways thc havoc that is being  New   boots  which 'sometimes do j nought.    Its  appetite may be fit  nor lake   a good polish    should be   fu' ail*l capricious, its sleep will al  rubbed over with  a cut lemon before  blacking.'   A  cut raw   potato  though thc lemon is preferable.  er end and no barrier between. Next  to the showcase stood a motor engine  valued at several hundred dollars.  Thiuklng to please the proprietor,  the visitor remarked that even th_  large department stores in , Boston  could not boast of such a collection.  "Well," he said. "1 ain't aping them  stores, I can tell you. I aim to keep  what my folks want. When a man  wants an engiue for his bo't Up wants  it, and if the fish arc running he can't  , wait to 6end way to Portland or Bos-  mest certainly bc disturbed, and its ; ton for It.   Ele wants It when he does,  overwrought adults of the household reacting upon the children,  and haolc again, until a sort of horrid family ring game is established, from which no one seems able  to escape.  A  child  which   is predisposed to  ''iierves," brought up in an atmos-  THE PEANUT.  it  temper will be uncertain. Thc nerv  __LUJL,child=is_,of.tori=the=-victii!uo_=iiioii  bid fear. It is afraid of thc dark  afraid of  strangers,   afraid   of ev  then and there."  =Aftcr-=-a���������������������������litlle--pBuse-=he^cootlnued:  "I don't like the way they do business  Old envelopes���������������������������the flaps are just  a;i'������������������'ml ot  strangers,   airaid   ot  ev-; In   them   big stores,  anyway.    Why.  hp thin" for    marking jellies and! cry thing and of    nothing, and this j when you go into a store up to Bos-  ������������������     The stickum is always ��������������������������� unhappy timidity is    based    upon. ! ton  the  first thing you   know some-  pieservcs.  tnere.  ind constantly fostered by, tho con-  Old ca*e knives when  broken  off | tinual suggestion of fear that is in  at thc point can be filed down to :the/nr they breathe  pi.ring knives    of    any    length  or  width.  There is only one safe rule te apply in the e cases, and it cannot bo  Cud liver oil stains on linen may! applied loo soon. Do.notlcta, nerv-  bc eradicated by soaking the ninrksi'^s adult bring up a nervous child.  with equal  parts  of  liquid  amnio-  " '-   '      ''"'"'  ' '      "   nia unci hot watcr, mixed.    Afterward    wash    with soft   water and  body asks you what you waut.  "Now, I never do anything like tbnt.  If a man comes into my place 1 pass  the time o' day and ask him to set,'  and after he's set and talked a while  If be wants Anything he'll tell mc.  "1 uever pester a man "to buy. Maybe he ain't come to buy; maybe he's  1.1 may be objected that this is  cruel to ^^    ,w companion,  rule, and so it is, for it practically  u. aus lhat no nervous mother is  fitted to train hcr own child. Thc  more nervous the   mother   is, tho  soap.  To    shade luce    mix five   cents ,       , ���������������������������        _  worth of yellow ochre with an equal  sui-ncr hcr child is placed in other  quantity of rice powder and put in- j hands to bring up  to a box.   Put in the lace ancl shake. both, of them.  the  better for  it up.   Brush off all thc powder possible.    It will bc a fast color.  Cabbage water is thc cause of disagreeable smells    when    it is  not  Let any one who doubts this  watch the change wrought in the  child by a few weeks away from  lie me,  in  camp,  or on a  farm, or  thrown away.   To avoid the smell,���������������������������< even in the same conditions .(u city  some pcoplo put a  piece of char-! life, but in a household where calm  oa) in with thc cabbage when boil- rnd poise and quiet arc the rule.  Inflexible- regulations,   so   ncccs-  Some  people  use  Ine whites    as  s .ry  for all.  arc    essential  in the  well as the yolks of eggs in making j training of thc nervous child be-  mayonnaise. Just- before serving j cause it is only by thciu thata gra-  Ihe*mayonnaise the white of. the egg  i.-; whipped stiff and beaten into the  dressing.  In mixiug mustard, use warm,  never hot watcr. If thc watcr is  roc warm it will mako the condiment flat.  Allow four eggs to each quart of  milk in making cup custards.  One teaspoonful of extract will  flavor one quart of custard or pudding.  Onc level    teaspoon of salt  will  season one quart of soup, sauce or'  vegetables.  One cup of  sugar    will  sweeten  ed to shelter it from its inheritance.  Iron rules should prevail as to regularity of meals and bedtime. Dis-  p ays of temper or of oversensitive-  ncs1- or of morbid emotionality  shculd bc met with firmness in the  one case, or kindly indifference in  the other. They' do not call for  nagging, or admiration, or panic  on thc part of the ciders.���������������������������Youth's  Companion.   *   Flowers, like men, look anything  I bit'   attractive    when    they  go   to  seed.  His  Birthday Present. I  .Fair Customer���������������������������1 want a birthdny  present for my husband. Dealer���������������������������Yes,  mum. Ilow would this old clock suit  you? * Fair Customer���������������������������Let me see.  I've got a corner in my boudoir that  will just do for it! And I've been  ���������������������������wanting an old clock for a long time.  Yes, that will do!" I  To De Noble.  Most of our uuhappincss comes  about because thero is In us a scrap  of the infinite that is not satisfied with  finite things. There. Li a longing in  the human heart to unfold into a better life. To do and to be noble is tlie  deepest desire of every heart. ��������������������������� Dr.  Henry van Dyke.  Those who pursue happiness are for  tunate to catch up with con teat.  Starts  Growing   In   the Open,  but  Finishes Under Ground.  Most people of the nortit suppose  that peanuts grow, like potatoes,on lho  roots of the vine. Others with equal  confidence state that-they hang fi .iti  the branches like pea pods. Both aro  right, and both are wrong. The peanut  starts in the air and sunlight above  STound In the shape of a flower grov.  iuj; at the end of a long tube. After  the fall of blossoms this tube, or peduncle, elongates aud bends dow _-  ward. pu_shjng_ltsel_f..Jncb.ca_.luto_.tjio..  ground. If for any reason it cannot  do this it dies'-In/a few hours. But  If it succeeds in burying itself to il.i  own satisfaction the ovary at the base  of the .peduuele slowly enlarges ami  forms the familiar pod, which is therefore dii _ out of the Rrouud.  Scattered over the roots of the plant,  however, are numerous warts or tubercles, in which, by the aid of a good  -microscope, "can^bc^seen myriads of-  minute organisms. These bacterla-ilko  bodies, though they get their living  from the plant, contribute materially  to Us supporting.by collecting nitrogen  from the air and holding It in storage,  so lo speak, supplying it to the plant  as need requires. These wonderful  little storehouses often contain, by  analysis, a greater supply of this in-  despensable fertilizer than the surrounding soil.  The native country of the peanut has  long been a matter of dispute, but tho  department of agriculture states lhat  the weight of evideuce seems to be in  favor of Brazil. Thus the peanut ia  added to tbe four other, plants of great  Importance that America has given ti>  the world���������������������������namely, cotton, Indian corn,  tobacco and the potato.  Tha Jokes en tha Man.  Mrs. A.���������������������������Do you erer read the jokea  tn tbe newspapers? Mrs. B.���������������������������Only th���������������������������  Jokes on the men���������������������������the marriage no*'  tices, you know.���������������������������Bofiton Transcript  ,  acv  AXLE GREASl  is the turning-point to eeonomr  in wear and tear of wagons. Tff  a box. Every dealer everywhere,  The Imperial OH Go.,Ltd;  OnUrt* A|eat������������������: T I.  _aeea Ctty OU (_��������������������������� Ii.  f  1  ���������������������������__  '1.1  I  I"  s    il 0  /  1  0  ��������������������������� ������������������afrtW_KMM8_������������������__tOSC__9e_ra_B __$  ��������������������������� SUMMER MONTHS FATAL       ���������������������������  TO SMALL CHILDREN  Every    mother   must know  how fatal the summer month'-?  arc to  small  children.   Cholera Infantum,  diarrhoea, dysentery and stomach troubles  are all common at this time  and  many a precious  life  is  snuffed out after only a few  hours illness.   As a safeguard  mothers  should' keep Baby's !!  Own Tablets in thc house. An !  occasional dose of the Tablets  will    prevent     stomach    and  I  bowel     troubles,   cr    if    the 3  trouble comes    on suddenly,  2  will    bring     the    littlo    onc  5  through safely.    Mrs.  Jl.   E.  $  Sanford.       Invcrary,     Ont.,  |  writes:���������������������������"My baby was sick- u  ly for over a week wilh  sto-  |y  mach and bowel troubles led 9  cried night   and day, n'otiiin.!; ������������������  helped hcr till I began giving 9  her Baby's" Own Tablets, but $  they helped    her right away W  and now she is a big healthy  o  child  with fine    rosy cheeks.  S  The  Tablets  are  certainly  a  wonderful medicine and 1 recommend    them    to     all  my  friends who have   little children.".      Sold    by   medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box from The Dr. AVilliams'  Medicine.    Co.,      Brockville,  Ont.  M    ���������������������������'  j   YOUNG   .  FOLKS  KSttK)O4MH������������������04___: 00_M_*������������������0<_OOtit  : .<������������������������������������������������������ THE CLIMBERS.  Tabby, the staid old mother cat,  wa:. a great pet, and liked to lie  under the kitchen stove with her  four kittens all  the day long.   .  It  was    warjii,    bright  weather,  "INSIDE INFORMATION ABOUT  CIGARS."  When you snip the hcad off your  cigar,  light your   match and then  leisurely tilt back    in  your  swing  chair, a pleasaurable feeling comes  to you as soon as the match is au  phed to the end of the clear, an:! 'if  tie  cigar is  a  "Pharaoh" it''will  continue   until     you     .eluetant'y  throw away the sweet end.  -. Did it ever occur to you, however,  tho amount of study and wo-'k n<���������������������������������������������������������������-'  ?"d mother thought T_bb/������������������_'_.   ������������������f,*S St������������������! I*������������������������������������d, ,* r ^  i-u r:  ^wn.***-.  -*���������������������������  THE GJRLS.  "That handsome" Mr. Rocques  ilauccd with me three  times'"  "Well, it's a Charity Ball, you  know." i;  Faultless in Preparation.���������������������������Unlike  "���������������������������)?.? other stomach regulator, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are the  result of long study of .vegetable  compounds calculated to stimulate  the stomachic functions and maintain them at thc normal condition.  Years of use have proved their  faultless character and established  their excellent reputation. And  thi?. reputation  the porch, so she fixed a warm,  kuI'd box of wool for them to lie in.  But they never stayed in it long  ���������������������������'il a time.  "Put the kittens in their box and  let them have a nap," said mother to the little girls when they  were tired of playing with their  pets.  This they    did,  but   before  ten  minutes they were under the stove.  "We put. the kittens in their box,  truly,   mother!"   thc children protected.  Mother was at work among hcr  P.i.wers one morning, when the maid  opened the outside kitchen door  and drove out the whole crowd,  Tabby and hcr. four kittens.  ""Now stay out, you witch fam-  jily !" she said.  | Old Tabby went straight to a  dwarf applc-trcc growing near the  shed, and up into its low branches,  tuc kittens following in an eager  piccession, their gay ribbons flying  in the breeze. A grape-vine was  trained over that end of the shed,  havo an opportunity arid watch "the  modus operandi."  In the basement you will Jind the  original bales or cases a������������������ thev  conic  from foreign count. <.".;  'Ihen they go to tito cas:_g i .cm  where the bales are op...icd and the  tobacco cased, or d'ppr.-] [:i w.llcr;  which requires an e.xperei.c ed man,  hy if too much water is us..o on ai-    ���������������������������������������������_��������������������������� ������������������_.������������������,.-_ _uv ou uic nvc  yjry absorbent tobacco, :t will  ....-Jand by setting up healthy jjrocess-  c-'J   weJJ; and if woikcd  ton freshes have a beneficial effect upon the  A REUNION TASK.  The two old friends met after a  separation of ten years. "I declare, you've    kept' your youthful  looks to a surprising extent," said  one.  ' : '���������������������������'  "Thank you," said the other  man. ^"You've done pretty well,  too. You know you expected to be  absolutely bald long before this,  nice your father, instead, of which  I really believe you've as much hair  let as I have, if not more."  "Absurd!" said his friend. "It  can't be.    Let's count it!"  Impnrities'o. the Blood Counter-  acted.���������������������������Impurities in the blood  come from defects in thc action of  the liver. They are revealed bv  Pimples and unsightly blotches on  thc skin. They must be treated inwardly, and for this purpose there  is no more effective compound to  be used than Parmelee's Vegetable  Pi'ls.   They act directly on the liver  ana its branches were mingled with draw back  ii a cigar the cigar is ant-tc pull  hard and go soft while smokin;. If  net enough water is used on a'd.y  ������������������/_ pe, the tobacco docs not <!cv<_ up  Jt-. best flavor; will break oasdv  thus causing  waste.  The class of tobacco that forms  thei inside of the cigar is now called  fitters" and is sent to the drving  room where it is placed on clean  smooth floors, spreading it about 6  inches thick, turning it twice a day  takes three to five days. Some  manufacturers dry on screens in  a few hours very dry, and then  spray    dump  in' a box, and  let it  blood, so that impurities arc eliminated.  PAINT WITHOUT OIL  A 6idc from ita low coet, . OW_ R .A INT  endears itself to tho farmer and others bccauM  .] v _ _-r. L?f mixinS. and applying, can bo dono  _/__._" al)y handy person at odd timM  Without Paying out a cant for extra hot*.  Ana there ������������������ro ho many place* wbere PowOr  _..*_.!.be ������������������' the greatest possible worth  that it will pay every farmer handsomely to  look about and study its Uses carefully.  -a In no other way can a few dollara he invest- "  ed so profitably na m applying this rcmarkablo  Montherproof.   fireproof and  sanitary waiat.  1 ho cost is only u trifle, but you will improv*  ;I'i_i ���������������������������PSoar������������������������������������o������������������   ������������������>' your  proporty many  fold and aot.if.ly add hundred* of d<_tars  to IU Intrinsic value.   Full iuformatidTand  cittaloffuo mailed on request to ^^  THE POWDR PAINT CO., T___,!f  IN THE BLOOD.  John D. Rockefeller says h������������������  would like lo see all religious denominations united. CJr.cle John  doesn't seem to be able to get away  from .the combine idea.    ,  STAKT    TEA    ..OCT..    TO-DAY.     SEND  postal for ci rciiUrs. ur )(_ for sample* aud  term.   Alfred Tyler. London, Ont.  EF  ' nil) KKNCK MAN," .KLLS IKON  and Wire Fdncoj at factory pri<__.  \\ nlo for booklet.   Ad ____, Toronto.  SOME SATISFACTION.  'It's lough to be a tramp.  CANCER, Tumors, Lumps, etc.   Internal  and external, cured without pain by  Into.    Dr    BeUman   Medical   Co.,   Ignited.  'Coll ing wood.  Ont.  AVc  a.n't got nobody to welcome us nowhere." ���������������������������   '  "Dat's all right, pard.    Wc ain't  got no constituents to face."  those o* the apple-treo.  Tabby   climbed   on   and  up into  ��������������������������� he vine branches and then into the  open shed   .chamber    window, the  kittens at  hcr  heels.      Then   they  had only to come   down the back  stairs to the door at the foot, which  opened into thc kitchen, and had a  hole cut out in one corner on purpose .to let cats through.  " Mother watched the last fatten in  at the window, then went into the  kitchen and found the little family  just settling" down by the stove. She  put them out again and called the  children to  see the  kittens.climb.  Tbe.v  laughed and laughed at the  aiT. reputation    they    have main-  tamed for years and  will, continue  x.,_,y   ,������������������u{j���������������������������cu <__.������������������ jaugneo at. tne i    jjje__.������������������������������������   J   BrawP,���������������������������.    Ti���������������������������.   i  ,to. maintain,  for these    pills must  funny roundabout way of reaching lhave r'centlv i������������������r W^   ' ^ '  a ways stand at the head of the list the kitchen.   -          y g S^^c^t. ,tl^ 'l ^    ^  of standard  preparations. "^ - ki~ *i * '-������������������-- *--   ?      ? ten-cents-straigiu.   cigar  un-  Payne claims that quick evaporation runs away with too much of  ti<c aroma and,gum, and induces a  flatness to the taste, and if dried  by steam or near a fire a "smolcy"  taste develops, and the cigar is apt  to burn.the tongue.    .  Eventually the fillers are given  over to the cigar makers, and hero  the cigar can be .easily spoiled  generally by the workman placing  some pieces crosswise,'or by rolling too tightly, because the finest  tobacco ever placed in a cigar will  taste flat if the cigar does not pull  easily.  Messrs; J. "Bruce Payne, Limited,  The fiies that are now in-your  ki'clicn and (lining room were probably feasting on some indescribable lustiness loss than an hour  J������������������So, and as a single Uy carries  many thousands of disease germs  nltiichod (o its hairy body, it is the  duty of every housekeeper to assist  in exterminating this.worst enemy  of the human race. AVilson's Fly  I'imIs kill    flies   in such    immense  TI10MA5 KIERHAH HEIR5  II .ir.. of Thomas Kiernan. who died in  rWVork  City about. 20 years apo, and  _....,._���������������������������.��������������������������� _  . .whose wile (a   Canadian   lady) with her  quantities as Cannot bc approached   children  returned  to Canada soon Jilt  l_*i     _.._..     ..il.'      _ri        1   *��������������������������� ��������������������������� hie     r.n'jld       *..: 11      1 .     _ _ ���������������������������   .  CLEANING LADIES'  WALKING GH OUTIHC SUITS  Cuu lie '.ton . [)orf_i;Uy  hy our French process.   Try IL  British American Cyaing Co,  Montreal,   Toronto.  O.rruva and Quebec.  Cnf .rio Vcferinary College  under tha 0������������������nti-..l of tho Departtuont of  Agriciiltii.ti of Oiitan'o.  InfirmaryforSickAnimalsattheColleg*  COLLEGE REOPENS SEPT. 30th, 1910  N.B.���������������������������Calendar on application. ���������������������������  li. A. A. GKA.VOK, V.S., 1.. ...  1'iincipaL  Dept. H.  by any other fly killer.  'FESS UP.  I'd like to be the pup these days  ^ With' nothing else to do  Uut. lie around the livelong day���������������������������  Now, honest, wouldn't you?"  'It is like the game of follow the  leader," they said.  IS IT ON ITS FF.ET AGAIN?  Wonder   if    the'   Standard    Oil     When it comes to inventing   ex-  tompany has  recovered   yet from cuses a    woman   demonstrates su  that twenty-nine million dollar fine,��������������������������� pcrior intellect.  . vJi.ch it didn't pay?  Three, packets of Wilson's Fly  Tads cost t.venty-five cents, and  will kill more flies than twenty-live  dollars' worth of sticky paper.  CONSOLATION.  There ne'er was clime  Nor day sc .hot  But that in'time  It cooler got.  Make the most of your opportunity and they will make the most of  ycu.  Some parents train their children  in the way they should go by hiring it done.  .       ,     ,  gilt   ciga   der the brand, "Lords of Canada,"  that costs thc dealer more than similar looking cigars, but the quality warrants the price as any con-  noiseur will admit after having  smoked one.  finds  IM HOT COUNTRIES Painkiller _in���������������������������8  many uses. Col.c, cramps, diarrhoea and  all such troubles readily give way to its  ������������������se.   Dose, one teaspoonful* in hot water  killer  -Perry  Davis- 25c. and _0c.  Dysentery corrodes, the intestines  ancJ speedily eats away the lining,'  biinging about dangerous conditions that may cause death. Dr. J.  r.\ Kellogg's Dysentery Cordiai  clears the intestinal canals of the  germs that cause the inflammation,  an J by protecting the lining from  Either ravages restores them to  It your children moan and are licalth������������������v condition. Those subject  restless during sleep, coupled, when   to  dysentery  should  not be  with  J_.*_*_t.lrP      Wlfh    n    lnot,   __*   ������������������_������������������ __���������������������������_ ���������������������������_ ni.+     +V.10     _!____-_!_.      _,__X f._l  ins death, w.ll hear something to their  advantage by writing Charles E. Wyman.  .awyer, 423-184 LaSalle St., Chicago.  Illinois,  U.S.A. "  I.bought a horse wilh a supposedly incurable, ringbone for S.-.O. Cured 'him  with !.?.00 worth of MINARD'S LINM-  MKNT and sold liim lor $85.00. Profit  on Liniment S54.00.  MOISE DEROSCE.  Hotel Keeper, St. Phillippe, Que.  Is; Your Hearing Good _  .  The HEAROPHONB  will glre  yon   tin  bennftti  of  eood   hearing.   Send   for  f������������������-e������������������ '  booJiIct.- ffiTlnc   particulars   and��������������������������� natnei  of   satisfied   users.   Alio-,". ������������������   -;  Special Of.tr for a Month's   Horns   Trial.  THE IRANO ELECTRO OZONE LIMITED,  334  Spadina  Avsnui.   Toronto.  A GREAT DEMAND  FOR  PAPER STOCK  ��������������������������� WASTE PAPER OP ALL QRADE8.  Also Racs. Iron. Metals. Rubbers. Eta.  E. PULUN, M-^l,V.V"o,a ������������������^  Phono for particulars.   Uain V  FORCE OF PRACTICE.  "Did Bangs acquit himself well  on the festive occasion 1"  'Sure hc did. He's used to acquitting, he's served on so many  juries."  awake, with a loss of,appetite, pa_e  countenance, picking of the nose,  ovc, you may depend upon it that  tha primary cause of the trouble is  worms. Mother Graves' Worm Ex-  *fcj^inatgr__effgctually_ _.removes  tiiese pests, at once relieving the'  Iiitle sufferers.  out this simple yet powerful  remedy.  ARTISTICALLY PERFECT. -  "How is your new village band  getting on with its rehearsals?"  "We don't have rehearsals; we  started right in giving band conceits."  OUCH!  "lour Dr_K'Ki������������������t  Will   Tell  Yon  . Murine Uye Keniedy- I.ollcvo.s Wore   _vos"  fiiron^th.-ns   Wwilc   lives    Dof-sn'i   ������������������s    ,5'  Aliirlne   in   ^ our   l-;y..s   and    In    ns,.bv's  Kyo������������������ for Scaly Eyelids and Grunulation*  There arc 270 active volcanoes in  the world, many of them very  'email.  Minard's Liniment Cure* Dlphthorla.  A MAINSTAY GONE.  "What makes''dinner so late today ?" asks the guest of the little  son of (he landlady of the summer  boarding house which serves none  but home-grown vegetables and  fruits. "Ma lost the can-opener,"  is the explanation. ,  In Spain there are more hunchbacks' than anywhere else.  Softlcigh (timidly)-"Do you bc-  cure, Miss So-  (mcaningly)���������������������������"Yes,  something to  lif've in the    mind  piiy?"  Miss  Sophy  when  the cure has  work.on."     .  A Merry Heart Goes all the Day.  ���������������������������Rut ono    cannot   havo   a merry  heart if he has a pain in the back  or a cold with a racking cough. To  -bo.=mer_^-onc=must-bcnvell=and-fiW  ���������������������������  from  aches and   pains.    Dr.   Tho-  The source of alfintcstinal trou- P"S' EcIcctri,c 0il wilJ rclieve all  ,,      .   n Il,u l,ou    pams, muscular or otherwise    and  hies is (hc common house fly;    his   lor the speedy  treatment of colds  UNCLE EZRA  SAYS:  "Waitin' fur dead men's shoes is  _������������������������������������������������������ l_gt -r____wa.y...to. git.ro n_y_o.u r__.u p__  pers."  NO   SUBSTITUTE   FOR   "The D   A I. ������������������������������������������������������  &^?l. J.10'"'  '���������������������������ooon.mcndcd  by  every.  buzz is (hc firs( symptom of (y-  phoid. Wilson's Fly Pads arc (lie  only (hings (hat kill (hem all.  Cheer up!    It will be cooler  December. ---    - -- - -  -  in  Everybody now a_n.t������������������  Zam-Bqk best for these.  Let. it. givo YOU ease  and comfort "   DncP'st* snd Stona trttrmh.  A BABY'S BALL.  . -^.h. " a P/hy ������������������������������������'a Home for Poor  Cr.ild.rcn-.begins to cry that is a  form of charity bawl.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  GENEROUS.  "Joseph," said his mother, reprovingly, "I should think you'd  be ashamed to be in the same class  with boys so much smaller than  yourself."  "Well, mother," replied Joe, "I  look upon the matter in a different  way altogether. It makes me feel  f.ii.o to see how proud the small  boys are to be in the same class  with a big boy like me."  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.  A STICKLER FOR FORM.  Because his best' girl had  jilted  him,   a chap threw himself inlo- a  vat of glue and wa.s drowned. This  is what comes of being stuck up.  Nothing looks more ugly than to  see a. person whose hands arc cov-  eied over with warts. Why have  these disfigurements on your person  when a sure remover of all warts  corns, etc., can be found in Hollo-  v.ay's Corn Cure.  SOUND ADVICE.  MILD JUSTICE.  On the bench Judge A. is very  stern, but at home his wife is the  disciplinarian, of tne family. One  day, when the parlor was full of  callers at the judge's house, the  door suddenly burst open, and with  a whoop his two young sons burst  in,  riding their pet goat.  The judge was looked to by thc  aDd coughs it is  a  splendid medicine.  JUDGING BY APPEARANCES.  German professor contends thai,  man is des-ended from-four "different kinds of monkeys. Judging  from what one sees occasionally,  there might easily be about fifty-  seven varieties.  Minard's Liniment Cures Carget In Cows.  TOO TRANSPARENT.  "Tt would not be worth while for  Jones to try any substantial fraud  iu his  business."  "Why  not?"  "Because you can see too easily  through all his work,"  "What does he do?"  "He manufactures window  glass."  te  tKAcwtiUmsuio.  't.l way's Kc*Jy .telier  <: a.. tho   . >r-_ PMiim in  fawn one to twenty  iiilriutfls.   For Headache (a _ It or u o r v-  oua),   Toothache,  Netral.ii-.     _ h e u ���������������������������  matl'.in, Lumbago,  pa'as in the biuik,  '_.M]������������������   or   kidtHH-R.  S.lns arcund   thu  .___ ver, p 1 e u r i ������������������ >-.  ���������������������������=iw6lllngg ofthe=joinL������������������,=*i������������������d  paint of all kind a, use  'S READY ������������������ELi_F.  Rob _ risen Bros.  Designers and Builders ok  BOATS  ALL SIZES  KNOCK DOWN FRAMES  MOTOR  Wji.1  rnnmm  ZZS^mSsmmaWmmmmmMsmMvli  Jviee+nttV    &^T ^ ������������������r| party, to give thc official rebuke. He  advice to their patients so that they  rose to the occasion.  wi not take offense. A man once -"Boys," he said sternly, "take  a^V Physician to see if he  that goat out of here this   nstant-  cculd find some remedy  for a. red j Take it," hero his gathering frown  i-'������������������de the guests quake inwardly,  "take it back to the library, where  it belongs."  HULLS furnished complete or in  any statue of completion.  LAUNCHES, with Engines installed, ready to rim, in stock-  Send stamps for catalogue.  F.Pot:.-������������������f   Bay   Street  HAMILTON,  CANADA  Plies on ITowr  Stock  DECREASE  THE  MILK YIELD.  COOPER'S  FLY KNOCKER  nose.  "Doctor," he  said,   "what shall  I take to remove the redness of mv  nose?" .  j    "Take    nothing���������������������������especially     be-  jt. .eo meals," the doctor answered.  Give some men rope enough and  they will rope you in.  TJIE?*  ISSUE NO. 82-10.  ���������������������������Ill keep cows free from flies at a cost ef  less than on* cent a day.  $1.75 GALLON ,*������������������,.  Ai* your Hardwart Dtaler, er  WM. COOPER & NEPHEWS  TORONTO. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,   September 29, .1010  Build Up the  System  and Prevent  Sickness   /  Compound Syrup of Hypo-  phosphites will assist you  and ward off disease.  Beginning of the End  in Salmon Arm Road Question  It'is most important at this  time to take every precaution agajnst the spread of  scarlet fever. Disinfect in  and about the home.  A. REEVES  Drug-gist & Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  We have just received  a lot of  rarmture  and have more coming  ock>oo<><>o<>__<;k_>3-<>oo<k>o<>o  Lowest Prices in the  Valley .    .  <XKK>0-CK>_-0 C<>CK><XK><><><KKX>0  Fo: the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,    Rugs   and    Mats.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  ASSIGNEES AUCTION SALE  Acting under instructions from  Thos. H. Ingram, oi Vancouver, assignee of the S. H. Lawrence estate,  I will sell by public auction at  SALMON ARM, B. C.  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 corner of Hudson St. ancl McLeod Ave.,  in the townsite of Salmon Arm. On  this property are erected a residence  ancl store building. It is a good revenue producing proposition, under  lease at present time.  "Property will be offered in one or  two lots to suit bidders at time of  sale.  Further information as to terms,  rental, etc., may be had on applying  to tho undersigned.  THOS.   H.  INGRAM,   Assignee, .-  Box 251, Vancouver,B.O  SALMON  ARM  REALTY CO., LTD.,  Agents, Salmon Arm, B. C.  J.'JOHNSON, Auctioneer,  Salmon Arm, B. C.  I E. J. Mack *'  I Livery, Feed & Sale Stables |  $ ENDERBY, B. C.        $  <__ ^^  I = I  J>     Good Rigs;   Careful Dnv-|  % ers; Dray ing of all kinds.     |>  I     Comfortable and Commo-1  f dious Stabling for teams,     f  I  % Prompt attention to all customers  <������������������     Land-seekers  and Tourists in- <S������������������  x vited to give us a trial.  At the meeting of the City Council  last Saturday evening, all the members present except   Aid.  Hutchison.  The minutes of the past two meetings were read ancl approved.  The following letters were received  from Billings & Cochrane, Vernon, in  the matter of the Salmon Arm road  muddle:  Sept, 19, 1910.���������������������������To Graham Rosoman, C. M. C, Enderby:   Dear sir:  Considerable time has now elapsed  since we wrote to you on this subject, and since then we understand  that Mr. Williams has made a survey  and finds that the lines agree with  those made by Mr. Burnyeat. After  having this information, why you  have not communicated with us, we  cannot understand. Kindly let us  have by return mail a plan of the  sub-division duly approved, otherwise  we shall be obliged to take such action as we see fit.  Your Council are acting in a very  unbusinesslike manner, and, considering that Mr. Moffet has placed the  matter in our hands for attention we  are at least entitled to such information as will justify us in permitting  matters to go on as they now are, or  else to take such proceedings as we  may deem advisable. An immediate  reply is requested."  "Sept. 21.���������������������������Graham Rosoman, C.  M. C: Dear Sir: . Since thc receipt  of your letter, we have had some correspondence with our client, ancl it  appears that Mayor Bell and he have  been endeavoring to negotiate some  settlement. Mr. Moffet states that he  will settle on the following basis:  "1���������������������������That he will convey the 12 feet  of land running the full frontage of  the property on the S. A. road, to  the Council, provided - the land is  used for road purposes only; and as  compensation for such land he asks  .300.  "2���������������������������Any necessary re-survey to be  made at the municipality's expense,  ancl any necessary alteration in the  plans to be made at the like expense,  and such plans when drawn to be  forthwith approved by the Council  for registration purposes. The Council to pay the cost of removing the  fence to the new line.  "3���������������������������The Council to pay Mr.Moflet's  solicitors costs in connection with  the matter.  "This offer is made without prejudice, and if your Council wish to ac-  ! ce������������������t the same the acceptance must be  conveyed to me'forthwith."  The clerk   was   instructed to reply  that Messrs. Billings & Cochrane are  in    error   regarding   the Council desiring to purchase    the strip of land  referred to.      The   efforts which had  ibeen made   by 'Mr.   Bell referred to  j with Mr.  Moffet,    were not made on  I behalf of   the    city,   but he was en-  tdea-vor-ing-^to^mediate^=between-^Mr.=_.  : Moffet and    Mr.   Teece;   and   in the  ' meantime   the   Council   are   making  1 every endeavor to find  out definitely  i where the road   is   actually located,  I and as soon   as   that   is determined  , they    will   approve   the   plan of Mr.  ! Moffet's sub-division.  The Curfew by-law was up far final  reading.   Tlie  age  limit  was  reduced  'from IC to 15, and the by-law passed,  '. to go into   effect   on the 1st of Octo-  jber, (Saturday next.)  j    The   Building   by-law    was   up for  ! sealing, but it was determined before  sealing   to    amalgamate with it tho  chimney by-law, so as to have all information    necessary   to   builders in  one by-law.  A letter was received from Mrs. J.  Blackburn asking that a water meter  ' might be installed at her house.    It  j was decided to reply that the Council  ; could not grant   the request,  as the  meter   system   was   not   in vogue in  Enderby.  A lease covering the bandstand site  was presented, to be signed by the  city, and the mayor and clerk were  empowered to affix the corporate seal  thereto.  The following letter was received  from Mr. Baxter:  "Enderby, Sept. 24.���������������������������Gentlemen: "I  am expressing the views of 12 or 15  homesteaders now living up the river  east of Enderby from 6 to 20 miles,  when I say that it is a great hardship and injustice that the Dominion  Land Regulations have been changed  since we squatted on our homesteads,  thereby reducing the number of acres  from 160, which we fully expected to  get, to 40 acres or less.  "I hereby respectfully ask your  Council to do anything you can to  enable" us to get 1G0 acre homesteads. Your assistance will be appreciated. ���������������������������,,'���������������������������..-'  .' "Yours truly,     THEO.H.BAXTER,  Council decided to write the Hon,  Frank Oliver and also Senator Bos-  tock regarding the matter.  Receipt was received from Mrs. E,  Sewell for goods lent her by the city  and the ladies' hospital auxiliary, to  be used by her so long as she conducts a cottage hospital, to be delivered on demand.  The following    letter was received:  "City Council, Enderby: Gentlemen:  Will you please do what you can to  prevent the blocking of Cliff street  by the O. P. R. worktrain, which has  been a source of great inconvenience  to traffic on said street of late.  "Yours truly,  S. POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  Clerk was instructed to take the  matter up with Mr. Kilpatrick.  New police regulations were introduced, and after due consideration  the Council adopted them, to go into  effect on October 1st.  t ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������.���������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������  Cares' Special    j  ALL WOOL  A prominent lumberman of Fernie  district has a drove of 180 hogs that  he is so attached to that he will not  sell them. The Free Press editor  says the lumberman is going to feed  all of them shoats to his own lumberjacks.  In Bohemia, if any boy throws a  stone and hits a dog, the boy must  tread the churn power until twenty  pounds of butter have been made. If  the boy happens to he lame, so that  he cannot use his legs, he must hire  some one to work on the churn for  him or go to jail for three days.  Is Summerland a fruit district?  Well, I should say ! Last Monday  two and a half carloads of fruit left  town. Let it sink in, good and hard;  over two.ancl a half carloads���������������������������in all,  2,400 cases.���������������������������Summerland Review.  Leave Enderby?  JDoing-mor-e^businessJi.han-  ever at the old stand  Because we sell the Right  Goods at the Right Prices.  Have a look at our Fall  Samples of  Suits and  Overcoats  They're winners!  Walter   Robinson  CASH GROCER  $3.50  Lumbermen: We are prepared to give you the best "  goods and the best service, at reasonable prices.  Everything in the Mackinaw line    ] [  , cnH>f<>4-o><Hf_4_"fo4_>><>^     o-fo^<^f<>f<>i<>4<>+<>><>+<^  Also a very fine line of  RAIN COATS  Just Received a Magnificent Stock  of Fall Ties���������������������������for the Young Men  Beauties and prices low���������������������������50c and 75c  O+O ><Hf_-f_4<>fO+0+<>^<>4^^ ������������������+o+of <>>-o><>4-cHK_f_->-c-fc_f o  Splendid Selection  Ladies'Underwear  You are invited to come in and see these lines.  .  _hs__9������������������������������������$������������������������������������������������������<^������������������������������������������������������������������������m$������������������$m> 4m������������������QG������������������������������������������������������@to������������������&������������������w������������������������������������*������������������L^^  POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  I  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000        * Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary President Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.   .  President, Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager,  SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ^^A^J*  Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby, Armstrong. Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq,, Manager, Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. Enderby  A$125  Typewriter  for 17c Day!  The Oliver Typewriter Co.,  Tho Oliver Typewriter Building, Chicago, 111.  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the show of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, %&*URPHY Enderby  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices 'for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co. Enderby  Pi _  *__  (t'f  .'-_  *c_  ������������������  tf  m  *v  _ 1  I  I  1  _  I  m_i  __  ������������������__._  !._  ._  4  _  A.  i  i  i

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