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 [y  [> _,  Enderby, B. C,  September 22, 1910  Vol. 3; No. 25; Whole No. 139  The Town and District  and the Moving of the People  Sixty carloads of lumber from Enderby in 20 days is not so bad.  G. R. Manning has accepted a position in the Hutchison wagon snops.  Mr. Geo. Heggie has placed his  boys in the University at Victoria.  Mrs. Speers pleasantly entertained  a number of friends at her home last  Thursday afternoon.  Born���������������������������At the Enderby hospital, Sept.  21st, to Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, of  Mara, a daughter.  Another daily freight train ia to be  put on to help handle the business over  the Okanagan branch.  The   wife   and   family of Chas; E.  Smitheringale,    are spending the fall  and winter in San Diego, Cal.  Married-At Armstrong, Sept. 20th,  -   Mrs. Thos. Bell to Mr. Thos. Hughes,  ,   both of Enderby.   Congratulations.  ..j,        Miss Gibbs, after a visit of several  ��������������������������� .months to the old home, .returned to  .   Enderby   last   Thursday,   morning.  Miss   Priddle, - after   spending ; the  summer in Enderby, the guest of Miss  -'  -Gibbs, returned " to " her  Old Country  ..   - home "this week., ' .      _ .- -.. "  V-.-.-S.  ,-.A large number of guests enjoyed"a  delightful evening at cards- in'"the  ��������������������������� home of Mrs. Henry Greyell, last  Thursday evening.  C. R. Trusler. late of Armstrong,  opened the Gem barber shop, in the  old city office building.in the Evans'  block last Saturday.  W. T. Holtby returned from a trip  to his mining property on Seymour  Arm last week, and reports a very  promising showing of ore. '~  Miss Mclntyre reports a very well-  attended millinery opening in the  ladies' department of the Enderby  Trading Co., last Thursday.  Armstrong's Agricultural Fair will  open   to-day,    and   will continue to-  =TOorrow7=Exhibits=from^Ende rby^are=  numerous,   especially    in the poultry  exhibit.  The Spokane pressed brick for the  Bank of Montreal building arrived on  Thursday last, and this week the  brick masons are pushing work on  the walls.  Rev. Mr. Mclntyre   has been asked  -to preach the   anniversary service-in  the Knob Hill   church this year, and  has accepted,   the service to be held  Sunday week.-  I think if I' had a boy who would  so far move back to savagery as to  disturb the sanctity of the home by  indulging in the charivari I" would trepan him With a toothpick.  Next Sunday will be Rally Day in  the Methodist Sunday School. A  special program has been arranged,  and a general invitation is extended  to all to be present at the regular  hour.  The cementtblock home building of  J. S. Johnstone is uearing completion, and is very handsome. It is  two-story, with- cottage roof, and  adds very materially to the good appearance of that locality.  Miss A. Lawrence, late of London,  Eng., and of extensive experience in  ladies' tailoring in the world's metro,  polis, has taken up her residence in  Enderby, and will do general dressmaking. She is domiciled with Mrs.  S. Thompson.  Mrs. W. A. Lawson and daughter,  of Toronto, spent some days at the  Enderby hotel' this   week, on a visit  with Mine Host Manning, her son-in-  law. Mrs. and Miss Lawson were  greatly impressed with the beauty of  the country about Enderby, and with  our ideal climate. .  N The annual harvest . thanksgiving  services will be held at St. George's  Church on Sunday next. The church  will be decorated for the occasion,  and special music will be rendered by  the choir.  Mr. Moffet has engaged an expert  gardener to lay out the handsome  grounds surrounding his home, and  he-hopes, next season, to show what  the climate -and soil of Enderby can  do in producing God's truest mes-  jsengers, the flowers.  The report that the Great Northern  had squeezed into the ownership of the  S. & 0. is not true." Next year the C.  P. R. will have the read put in condition to carry mainline engines, all the  trestles rilled in and four "trains a "day \ for such prominent physicians as Dr.  have had the road finished to connect with the old Sicamous road, but  there seems to be a difference of  opinion as to where the road should  run, and until the settlers can come  to an agreement on this point, the  road work is held upf  The people of Mara do things right  when they make the effort. Last  Sunday was Harvest Day in the  Anglican church, and the school building, where the regular services are  held, was beautifully decorated with  the best of a bountiful harvest.  At the conclusion of the service, the  choicest fruit .was -gathered up to  be sent to the hospital. Some of it  found its way to the editor's sanctum and has been admired by many  who have seen it on. exhibition. Such  apples P  "Miss Bowes, a certificated medical  and surgical nurse, came in on Monday from London^Erig. Miss Bowes  is" at present staying'with Mrs. Skelton, of Hullcar. She.has been doing  private nursing   in the Old Country,  Stepney Ranch Purchased  '* by Syndicate of English Capitalists  will handle, the traffic  They are . exceeding the speed limit  at irew Denver. .The':Record tells of  two   men   in'- a* democrat driving a  ���������������������������largt. ,bay horse1- past the office' at a  breakneck. speed.   If   the1 horse  had  stumbled, the editor thinks the democrat" might have been ruined.  - Mrs. ~E. H. ��������������������������� Lloyd.' of   the Cowan  Cocoa    Co.,   of   Toronto,   .will   give  demonstrations' in the preparation of  cocoa,   chocolate,   etc., on Sept. 26,  27 and- 28, at   the . Enderby Trading  Co.'s store, and cordially invites the!  ladies of Enderby and district to call  Geo. R. Lawes  -is building a road  to climb the   hill   back of his home  property.   It will give an easy grade  to the orchard   and   vegetable patch  on   the   hill   top.   He reports a fine  crop of potatoes, and other vegetable  foots.    The fruit trees planted there  are showing up exceptionally 'well.  ���������������������������-Thc-woods=along^the=-Sp'allumcheen  P. Fefinwal, Dr. Symond, Sir Watson  Cheyne, and Dr. _Shakelton,< father of  the noted explorer.- These names, .together with the" testimonials she has  received "from these" medical- men/ are  sufficient evidence as to Miss Bowes'  capabilities, and" we hope to see. her  make 'Enderby her permanent home:  are now beautiful with yellow, scarlet  and varied-shades of green; and falling leaves of gold, and the sad, sad  voices of the-dying foliage whisper of  approaching winter, and make us  wonder, wonder, wonder, how long  our delinquent subscribers will remain so.  . Thos.. Pound showed 14 birds at  the Vernon Fair iast week, and won  seven firsts and three seconds. His  breeds were Black Orpingtons, Rhode  Island Reds and Light Brahmas. Only  one bird out of the" 14 failed to get a  prize. Mr. Coats was judge. He is  named by the Provincial Agricultural  Department, and will also judge the  show at Armstrong.  The Enderby Athletic Club was organized on Tuesday evening, with a  membership of 47. Thc following officers were chosen: Hon. Pres., Rev. E.  F. Connor; Pres., W. E. Banton; 1st  Vice-Pres., T. E. Woods; 2nd Vice-  Pres., A. E. Evans; Sec, R.H.Crane;  Treas., W. Duncan. The first schedule game of basket ball was played  the same evening, resulting: Wheeler,  8, Duncan 5. The old Methodist  church is- being put to good service  in providing a gymnasium for the  young men.  The Grindrod bridge is now open to  traffic. It is a well-built, substantial  structure, and will prove a great  boon to the farmers in that vicinity.  It gives access ,to the railway  just across the river, whereas before  they had to haul their produce to  Enderby. '   The    government   would  -  "THE MANXMAN" TO-NIGHT -  Frederic Clarke, "the well-known  and popular dramatic star, will appear to-night, in K. of P. Hall in a  magnificent production of'- Hall  Caine's most powerful" worv, "The  Manxman'.'. This is one ot' those  wonder stories of that master play-  builder, Hall Caine, and leads us  through the gamut of human emotions,   with   life   and   love   and ro  mance bristling on every side, to a  fitting ending. Caine's most brilliant propensity is the singular power of blending the lives of the rich  and poor and teaching a powerful  lesson in a highly entertaining way.  He works his Manxman up to a sufficient climax with all the skill of his  wonderful imagination. He gives his  characters real flesh and blood hearts  and souls, and never for an instant  allows a note which jars with probability to creep into his theme. Mr.  Clarke is under the management of  Mr. J. Cosgrove, and is supported by  a carefully selected company of players; his scenic equipment is second to  none so far seen in this vicinity, ancl  is especially adaptable, to the K. P.  hall stage.  Mr.-Geo.-Heggie returned from the  coast Wednesday morning; where he  has been on business connected with  the transfer of the' Stepney Ranch for  the past two weeks.  Mr. Heggie says he never realized  before how much English capital is  crowding into Vancouver for investment���������������������������not in Vancouver property,  however, but in farm lands throughout the province. There are thousands of dollars available for any  safe land investment.  Mr. Heggie also reports the final  transfer of the Stepney property.  The deal was made by Mr.1 Heggie  himself, and the property goes from  the owners to the development company taking it over, there being no  middle promoters to inflate the price.  The British Columbia General Development Syndicate, Ltd., with B.C.  office at' Vancouver, are the-buyers.  The price paid ��������������������������� runs into six figures.  It is a price" that' Mr. Heggie himself, as manager, put upon the prop-"  erty, and ~Mr. Heggie knows better  than-anyone else just what the Stepney, ranch is worth." r He has workedv  it for 20-years.        --''��������������������������� .'".'  Stepney Ranch, comprises 1300 acres  of as fine land as can be found in any  country.   Five hundred acres are under the plow,   and   so thorough has  been-Mr. Heggie's management,' that  he has- made   these   500 acres pay 6  per cent..on the total valuation .put  upon the-entire 1300 acres.   The man  who-says farming cannot be. made to  pay   in   British   Columbia   does not  know what he is talking about.   This  season Mr. Heggie   sold $6,000 worth  of wheat alone   to the Enderby flouring mills to mix with the extra hard  Manitoba Red in the manufacture of  Enderby's pride flour "Moffet's Best"  In the   Stepney   Ranch,   .the B. C.  General   Development Syndicate have  Monday    when   over   900 boxes were  a-property-that-is=unexcelled.^WhenYtrundled-aboard^the--01canagan^^Pen^=  the total acreage is brought under  the plow and is made to produce the  crops that are possible, the Stepney  will be a marvel.  One of the splendid features about  this deal, is that it was made by Mr.  Heggie. He thus was remunerated, in  a measure, at least, for the many  years of ceaseless toil he has put upon the property in the management  of it. To him comes thc golden egg  that usually drops into the hands of  the foreign promoter who never sees  tlie property, and the purchasers arc  the richer, too.  It is the intention of the new company to continue the development of  the Stepney along similar lines as  have been followed by Mr. Heggie. A  new manager will take charge, Mr.  Heggie leaving to take up the management of the Belgian Syndicate affairs at Vernon. More land will be  cleared and brought under cultivation, and more orchards will bc laid  out. The land will be thoroughly developed, and then sold in small holdings. Already an offer of ?500 an acre  has been made for the 50 acres now  in apples. In a few years this will be  the bottom price for most of the  Stepney land, set to trees.  reel, but we have   not seen anything  that-looked   like   practice.   The City  Fathers Jiave,   in   addition, added a"  chemical engine and the basement of '  the City Hall   has   been fitted up to ,  provide   every   convenience   for- the  proper care   of' the   fire fighting apparatus.     Still   we   have not seen a -  move made on   the   part of the head ���������������������������'  of the fire brigade   to get into shape ���������������������������  for the winter.   There has not been a  practice run   made   with the fife reel  sine the 24th of May, 1909.   Some few  weeks   ago   a   member   of,  the Fire  Chiefs' Association of B. C. wrote a  letter, to -this paper asking, the local ���������������������������  brigade if   it   were   not time to get  busy, and offering to lend any assistance required.    But-instead of recog.  nizing.th'e logic of the correspondents  remarks, and broadly meeting the-is-"  sue as everybody recognizes it should *  be met, the dbg in the manger policy  ia   pursued.    The   question of being '-  prepared for .fire fighting is more than .,.  a" personal one. ' The winter.season, "  a time when the greatest danger exists,   is , fast - approaching.   The welfare _of,-the-.town is-at stake.   Isn'V.it  about   time   we   were   either  "doing  something or   stepping down and allowing somebody,.else to-do it?   The'.:  City Fathers   cannot   do ' more than ���������������������������-  they have done.     It remains for the  fire brigade to   get. acquainted with' *  the  uses of   the   fire  fighting appa-"  ratus, and to see that "the testing, of  the fire hydrants is attended to.   Do -  you not think so ?  It is interesting   to- note that,'in ���������������������������  spite of the fact that only comparatively    a    small - percentage   of   the   '  orchards    have   yet   matured," ' ship-^'-  ments during   the   past week or ten  days have   averaged    between three-  quarters of a car,   and a whole car, -  the largest shipment   being made last  ticton Herald.  Wm. Elson is packing his goods  and anticipates soon to start on a  journey to the Home Land. He finds  many pieces of clothing left with him  for repairs and to be cleaned, for  which he can find no owner. Anyone  haying left clothing in his care will  kindly call for same.- WM. ELSON; ~  Apples Wanted���������������������������Choice apples and  pears for District Exhibits. Highest  price given. Apply for directions for  gathering, &c, to George Lawes,  Enderby.  The Summerland Review is this  week installing a Unitype setting machine to handle the ever increasing  business of that prosperous town.  ORDER IN COUNCIL  Wanted.���������������������������Whiskers to shave at the'  Gem barber shop. Hair cutting a >  specialty. C. R. Trusler, old City \  office building, Cliff street.  LET'S GET BUSY OR GET DOWN  When   the,  city t had   but one hose  reel, the cry of   thc fire brigade was  that if the Council would get another  t and lighter reel,   they would get out  . and , practice.        This    summer    the  j Council added   a   second and lighter  At the Evucutivc Council Chamber, Victoria.  Tuesday, the 23rd day of August. 1910. Present: His Honor The Lieutenant-Governor in  Council.  On the recommendation or the Honorable the  AUorney-Gmeriil and under thu provisions of 61  Victoria, chapter 24, 1S98, the '"Game Protection  Act", and Amendment Acts, v  His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor of British  Columbia, by snd with the advice of his Executive  Council, doth order as follows:���������������������������  That the regulation under the said Actmade  by Order in Council No. 654, dated August, 3, 1910  provided that the "disabilities as to to the shooting  of the Columbia Sharp-Tailed Grouse," commonly  known as 'Pruirio Chicken', shall be removed  throughout the Province from the first day of  October. 1910, to thc 31st clay of October. 1910,  both day��������������������������� inclusive," bo and is hereby nmended by  inserting after the word 'Province', therein, tho  ���������������������������words 'except in the Yale, Kn _iloop������������������ and Okanagan Blectoral Districts'.  HENRY ESSON YOUNG,  Clerk. Executive Council. .."_-;\__l.v-iM<_ '*������������������:_*.<  1__t������������������.''<A^_i^l '-i-i' i v_*5S' 31������������������ J^������������������&I iSU'X. _��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������  ������������������  Op, THE RA15INQ Of ^ViESDQRp,  .-=  CHAPTER VII. -(Cont'd)  '"'The white-livered plank-chipper, and J thought him limed; tho  spiritless shaving-sweeper, and I  deemed my skin saved at his expense," murmured Hoffmann in the  ag;:ny of hi.s disappointment.  ".Stop, Hcrr Zimmermann,,; sud  denly  exclaimed  lhc  captain.  'If  you'll none of our trade, perhaps  you'll give me another cast of your  own."  1 parably dangerous," rejoined Hoffmann, dolefully.  "Not- at all, man. Hcrr Zimmcr-  n.i;:nn will ride out of Zweidorf in  that chest. If hc bc not at his case  th3 fault will rest with . himself,  since his carriage will bc of his own  building."-  And once more the captain gave  vent .to a fit of low, almost silent  laughter, peculiar to himself when  his fancv was.greatly tickled.  '-'Certainly,"  pausing on thc  replied      Caspar  "But  threshold  cc-or.    ''"What can  I do    for  Herr Hauptmann'?"  "Well,  I have    need  of a  chest.    Can vou make it for  of  But how  is hc to   bc got  into  inquired    Hoffmann,   with  a  ^'^i stare of hopeless bewilderment. "Ifc  you,   v:<-yQ cllSy [0 .c|0    -what    wc would  with him  were  that lock you   laid  large  suc^  stress on  once    turned  upon  .__,.-..      . , n,c?"'l_m.    Force is out of the question,  Undoubtedly,   but what sort of: ifc NV01,ici bring the whole tnv.-n about  a chest?" jou.. ca,.s_    jfc stvikcs mc there is a-  "A large strong chest.      I  want  mi send some useless lumber that  hampers mc here back to Brandenburg."  "Give mc but the dimensions,  and I'll warrant I please you," said  Caspar.  "Well, it must be large. Plow  big shall I say. I'm at a loss to  explain these details. Hum, lend  ine  your rule a moment."  "I regret," said Caspar, after  fumbling in his pockets, "that I  haven't onc about me. Bufc if you  would give me some idea of thc  size,  Hcrr Hauptmann."  "How can 1. 1 know nothing of  your measurements. A carpenter  without his rule, forsooth. I  thought you- were accounted clever of your craft in Zweidorf too,  Hc- it Zimmermann."  "I'll turn my back on none of  iny trade in thc town," cried Caspar angrily.  "But give me some idea of the  -size. How can I guess what dimensions you require !" exclaimed  Caspar imploringly.  "Bah!" returned the captain,  "what do I know about sizes and  dimensions? and wheu I ask for a  rule to enable me to calculate, you  ou" cars  link wanting in your scheme there,  Herr Hauptmann."  "Hc will make no resistance,"  replied Von Hompesch gravely.  "There will never bc dead man  coffined  moro quietly than hc."  A shudder ran through Hoffmann's frame, and for a second or i  two he was too much absorbed in  his own probable danger to speak.  Afc last he faltered out, "You  wouldn't do him violence, surely?"  "Tush i man." replied Von Hompesch jec-ringly. "Do you suppose  I havc quite forgot my trade. King  Friedrich cares not for tall fellows  except they be living.      You  shall  cd to encourage him.t-o the top of  his bent.  She argues that there is little a  clever girl cannot wheedle out of a  lover, and she flatters herself thafc  sh-". will speedily attain an ascendancy over the sergeant'that.'will  at all events place whatever he may  know at her disposal.  But she a little overrated her  strength upon this occasion. Thc  sergeant was a man of much experience. Though insignificant of  person,.and of by no means prepossessing appearance, he v/as anything but an unsuccessful wooer.  Amongst the country girls, where  he might be quartered, hc was  generally esteemed a favorite.  Possesed of unfailing spirit, glib  of speech, and with transcendent  powers of lying, he was morc  p.opular than hc deserved to be.  He was always ready to promise  marriage, and though he ever failed  'o keep such pledge, yet as the  scene of his perjuries was perpetually changing, that did nofc'mililatc  lr.nch against him. Hc made love  wherever hc went in most promiscuous and liberal manner, and  this. c_ pansiveness of heart it waj  true had afc times involved him in  awkward complications.  The sergeant, I regret to say,  could hardly be called disinterested in his love. Although he prosecuted  these affairs to some extent  S3.  ��������������������������� _������������������C#J  luilds Strong  ���������������������������4������������������4_  _, &_i  y Youngsters.  To serve���������������������������heat in oven, pour hot milk over it and salt  to taste.   Sold by all grocers, 13c. a carton; two for 25c.  !_^0'><_^0-<f^>^_K<)^0-4K>^^^-^-0 .- _>  At  iii tae  i  t  I  o  WHY NOT MOllE SHEEP ?  Before thc days of the American  tariff on sheep and wool, a Jiourish-  for amusement, vet hc iM'efcn_d! jf^ business was done'with sheep  that his lady-loves" should be morei trough the greater part ot Eastern  ov loss endowed with goods and|Can^a". lhc oreeder ot purc-breds  chattels. He was not at all above !s.sLl.11 ?n ^business, duties nofc  borrowing money or trinkets from ! UjlcrfcnnS ���������������������������th ��������������������������� export trade;  them, and the' soft-hearted landlady of a   small   cabaret   he ever  L  till   uuuv _    ���������������������������    .      ,, . ���������������������������  ikefcs   fronv cm's v,'lfcH  ms export  trade  but,  on  the   farms  of   the  mutton-  producer, even  thc old sheep shed  marked out as a special victim.  They are not badly matched,  these two, but the sergeant pos.-  sesscs two incalculable advantages.  First, that even if disposed he has  nor, really much to tell. Secondly,  that Martha- but feebly comprehends of what fiction his tongue is  capable.  It was    with feelings    of undis-  has disappeared; farmers themselves have forgotten thc flavor of  mutton chops, or leg of lamb, else  surely there- could bc found a small  flock somewhere back of the. barns;  and thc children have to adopt a  pig for pcfc,  and wear factory-knit  markets, the lambs at from two to  three months will bring from seven  <���������������������������_"... a half to ten dollars. A spring  lamb, kept all summer, and marketed in thc fall at 90 to 100 pounds,  fo-' five or six cents a pound will  bring no more.  It- is true here, as elsewhere, thafc  ihe wool produced by most sheep  will pay for their keep. They arc  worth much as gleaners; they are  worth ihuch as a source of wool and  meat supply to farms; they are a  delight to have ' aboufc thc farm-  home, and they will pay, and pay  well to those men who will adapt  them to thc market demands.���������������������������Farmer's Advocate.  .__  KISSING.        o  Under thc rule of the Puritans in  former days, pleasure was- frowned  upon as a snare of evil, and fcho  world was called upon to eschew ifc  under pain of spiritual condemnation.      To-day the    Puritans have  tcrs has  arisen,   still   warning tho  nations  against many    things, but  stockings and mittens.    It was not  passed,   bufc another band of men  always so.-  It is not well that thc sheep have  see him step inside that   chest like ! 0.M;sed   satisfaction that thc c_am-!S?nc from  so many  of our farms, j this time under threat of temporal  a tame monkey.   I seek nofc to'end   h.nn_u_. hailed thc advent   of   her i in^ are splendid gleaners, at least  punishment.  his life,  bufc his courtship." admirer the morning after she hadj ^'^ Pcv cent, of the weeds in aj    These are  the preachers of sani-  pasture will be eradicated by sheep ;, tation    and    preventive    medicine,  very feM- weeds seeds, if any, escap-jwho would havc men walk thc nar-  CHAPTER VIII.  Martha, that lynx-eyed chambermaid of the  "Golden "Eagle,"   still  suspicious    and    unbelieving    with  regard  to Captain    von Hompesch  taking his rejection as final, watches jealously    that    gallant officer's  every movement.      Albeit   she has  taken payment; from the opposition,  there is no one more loyal than she  to the lovers.    If she has accepted  ha.en't one.    But   1 want'   a big  gratuities from  thc captain,   it    is  chest���������������������������a-  very  big   chest���������������������������big,  big,' but to throw him off his guard, and  oh ! big enough to hold you.     Ha,  ha  Herr Zimmermann, there is a  measure for you! Ha, ha," laughed  the captain, "you can have no excuse (.i the subject of size now, my  friend."  "These arc singular directions  as to measurement," replied Caspar, joining in the laugh. "But  they havc this advantage, I stand  no "chance of forgetting them, having them always aboufc mc," and  the carpenter indulged in a loud  guffaw at his own joke.  As for Hoffmann, he felt as if a  stream of cold wafer had suddenly, .been.. i.oii.r,ed..Jrom,_.lhc__inu ____<-_  his neck down  his spine.  "What can thc captain mean."  In: muttered anxiously. "Zimmer-  ruann will Iind but little to laugh  at I think, before he has done with  that chest.''  "You will require this quickly,  T suppu.se." said Caspar. "I will  .i.r  lhat    my    iiu n    start on  if at  .i:.o.':  "Thanks, Hcrr Zinimcrmann."  tvplii'.tl the captain, indulging in a  I'ii'.ch i.f mhiIT. "J should wish to  have it as sumi as possible. And,  ),;. the way, it must he fitted with  a    .nod  lock.-"  "Certainly, that shall be attended to. It shall bc ready for you in  Iv:.. or three days at furlhest.  . .ay." said <',-. par, once more  pausing on the threshold of tlie  door, "we have nut settled of what  wo. d it is to be. Will good pine  boards serve you? they are both  light and strong."  "Admirably," and Von Hompesch once more had recourse to  Ins snuff-box. "Only mind that ifc  is big enough."  ".ever fear. Big enough to hold  in,'." exclaimed Caspar, laughing;  "I'll not forget. Good day, Herr  Hauptmann,'' and the 'carpenter  made his bow and departed.  Hoffmann continued to stare in  a dazed manner after'Caspar for  some few seconds, then turning to  his chief he remarked timidly, "I  am  lost   in  conjecture."  "Hah ! my prince of schemers,  I  have an  inspiration   that   throws  in. observance of all chambermaid's  law, as shc herself says. A spy in  thc enemy's camp is ever serviceable, but upon this occasion Martha'takes little by hcr treason. Thc  captain places little faith in her.  He is not of the kind that babble  forth their schemes ere they be  wel! ripe, and even to those he  depends on most is wont to be  chary of his confidence. Even his  right-hand man Hoffmann is not  as yet aware of his master';, intentions. He knows no more than  that the chest is destined to work  Caspar's destruction, or, to speak  uiore...cor]-e.ct.l.v_jibduc_,tion^_But_ .how  that  is to bc    brought    aboufc the  sergeant   is as yet in ignorance.  The more ho reflects upon it, thc  more Hoffmann recognizes the danger of any aflempt to kidnap  Caspar Zimmermann. To do him  justice, he understands the temper  of tlie town considerably better  than his supercilious officer. FTc  knows that "the greasy burghers,"  as his chief denominates them, can  he and will be dangerous if outraged. He is aware that there is  a  mob in Zweidorf    that    can    be  arrived at the above decision. Both  Gveclcl and hcr father were out of  the way. Thc common room was  deserted save herself. Martha saw  ihe opportunity - for a prolonged  tete-a-tete, and determined" to make  hi it. most of it.  " 'Tis not often you favor us  new,. Sergeant," she replied witn  a coquettish toss of hcr head a-id  an affected angry jerk of her spinning-wheel in reply to his salutation. "As your days in Zweidorf  aro numbered, you think it best,  perhaps, to inure us to your absence by degrees."  "[ give you small thanks for  your tidings," returned the sergeant. "I had hoped'we Had some  months to spend with you yet."  "Then you go not.thc right way  to work, or your cunning fails you,  'Tis hard, too, when that slippery  tongue of yours avails you  nought."  "It's nv* understanding that is  most in fault this morning. Your  speech is a riddle to mc," replied  lhc sergeant,   as he took a scat.  "Pouf! I speak plain, that is,  for those gifted with common sense.  _' o u'Tvo re "������������������eff C==ifCT'if"tId���������������������������H "strm c n=  Herr Hoffmann, and I've your own  ing destruction. They get much iul row path of. hygienic righteousness.  a pasture thafc all other stock refuse. 'These are even harder masters than  In winter, they arc splendid con-, their spiritual forbears, for they'  Burners of coarse roughages, as pea \Vi|; not let us be dirty, they will  sfiaw. slemmy clover, and barley uot let us cat too much, they will  ana oat straw. They do not demand not let us live in stuffy houses, with  painstaking care, save at weaning doors and windows doubly scaled  time. Thus, they arc a sort of in-,, against a trickle of fresh air, and  expensive accessory, gathering up .ncw they are even lifting their voic-  tbe loose waste ends, and convert-iCS ag-jnst the world-old custom of  ��������������������������� p.g them into a cash surplus ! kissin,r. ,  . The dispersion of farm flocks, all j The������������������worst of it is, they are right,  over older Canada has an economic &{i ]oast i��������������������������� a general way; for "t'iss-  reason. Other reasons are frc- ,;rgi \n jts modern promiscuity, is  quc-ntly given, but they arc inade- pernicious, and should bc "conciliate. The cur dog is a nuisance; dRmne__ as dangerous,  sheep surely will go through poor-] jhc custom probably had its ori-  ly-built wire fences, if large flocks \ g^, not in affection, but in suspicion.    In  primitive times,  when, tho  r 11 1 _'  easily roused and excited to mischief. Tii esc are fads that Captain  I vi-.i   Hompesch   simply  Accustomed   to    rule  laughs     at.  with a high  h-'.nd in Prussia over the citizens,  he forgets tliat he has no force to  sustain him here, a.nd thafc in the  frce town of Zweidorf the followers  ���������������������������>l" I lie black eagle are, though  looked upon wiih respect, by no  means held in such awe as they  would be within Iheir own territories.  Martha meanwhile keeps her mis-  gi.ings to herself. Her words of  warning have drawn forth nothing  bin laughter from those that they  most concerned. She. resolves to  depend henceforth upon her "own  astuteness, and only trust that  when she next has occasion to warn  those confiding lovers of danger, it  may not be too late. Holding, as  she does, that the captain will  shortly attempt stratagem of some  kind    in   the    prosecution    of    his  word for it you make scant- progress  therein at present. I presume your  masters will recall you right soon  under such  circumstances."  "Heaven only knows. Thc captain seems to think 'listing a woman  will serve his turn. It's my belief  if he could enroll Mistress Gredel  under the standard he'd be -well  content to leave all the men in  Zweidorf behind him."  "Hasn't she fold him shcMl none  of him?'"  replied Martha,  sharply.  "That may bc, but it don't at  all follow he'll none of hcr. She's  nov thc less" likely to bc his bride  on that account."  The chambermaid's eyes sparkled; shc had but to encourage this  lover  of hers  are maintained on small pastures;  other stock prefer not to graze after sheep; but these reasons are insufficient. If sheep were paying relatively, as they did formerly, they  would not havc been thus abandoned. When sheep were in their zenith, dairying had scarcely appeared  sense of smell was perhaps mor'e  acute that that of sight, bringing  the faces together was a means of  identification, and of distinguishing  friend from foe. We havc now other  better developed senses, psychic,  and    physical?    which   tell    us   of  above the horizon, beef-making had friendship. iUKi kissing has become  so frequently and irregularly parti- a m.lvk Qj_ affcctjon rather than a  al or total eclipse, that many men j.^ Q^ ^  felt they could not rely upon it as j{ -g_not against..this_that_thoJiyj_  ittlc lo turn his  It was far easier  for, and a saucy  her lips    at the  schemes, Martha determines to email your    stale    artifices    into  the'piny all  her womanly weapons  foi  shade,"  cried   Von  Hompesch    tri- ] the unravelling of his designs. Her-  Tinphantly.     "The  audacity of the | gemt Hoffmann has shown himself '��������������������������� ti _"nV*'  design,  too.  imparts a certain /.est' stiongly disposed to embark deeply j    ''That    is because    I make    it-  brain inside out.  than she looked  smile wreathed  thought.  "I admire a man like that," she  said at length. "A man who re-  frscs to leave his love behind him  whether she will or no. Most of  you are only too glad to be quit  of us. It would be long. Herr Hoffmann, ere you ran away with a  maid, either with' or'without'Her  consent," and Martha shot a most  provocative glance from . beneath  hev dark lashes at her companion.  (To, be continued.)  ...  CONTJIADICTORY METHOD.  "Your      establishment    always  seems to be in    the best of condi-  a-  to tlio plot." | in llirtation with licr fair self,  and  standing rule to have everything in  "That   means   that   it   is   incom-.ihc.. wily waiting-woman has deeid-  rm;ning'order."        V  TlTeir'guicl ing"~ star, aiKl^poT- lc^Tn.  duction oscillated then as now. Now  di. ivy ing is developed into a highly-  piof'itable, permanent industry;  beef making has probably become  more restricted, but is more reliably profitable;' pork production  'ha., shifted from fat pork to bacon,  increasing the profit and constancy  of the trade. But no such improvement can be noted in mutton production. The business stands too  much where it did in the long ago.  Lambs dropped in thc spring are  retained all summer and sold in thc  f-ill or early winter, when they are  not especially desired. There is nofc  a sufficient profit in the business,  bundled after this fashion, to continue its prosecution. This is tho  quasi economic reason of the decline in popularity of sheep in Canada.  But there is money, more money,  in sheep and lambs than ever before, if the methods of procedure  were adapted to the present demands. 'What is wanted particularly is lamb, not mutton. The market wants Christmas lamb, Easter  l..mb, spring lamb, early summer  lamb. This trade is almost as easily met, and is highly profitable,  lho producer must plan his crop  for the market hc wishes to suit.  Ii for Christmas and the post-  Christmas trade, they must be fall  lambs for Easter, they 'must be  January lambs, and so on. What  misses for January will sell later  on almost as good a market. But  always the  lambs   must be  forced,  gienist���������������������������the sensible one���������������������������protests,  bur. against thc meaningless and  dangerous habit of pecking at the  lip'i of every one, especially of the  defenseless infant. It is really an  affront for a- stranger, or even an  ordinary friend, to kiss a baby on  the lips, and thc act should bc resented.  Kissing among members of the  family is hygienical ly permissible,'  l_rt imately. Jt is, of course,  through thc transmission oi bacteria _hi>t kissing is harmful. But  each family has its own domesticated bacteria ; as it were, of the same  species as those inhabiting other  people, but somewhat modi fie d by  constant interchange. Against  those each member of the family is  in a measure immune. They are  like an ill-natured pet dog that respects thc members of the household, with which he lives, and will  not bite them, but snaps and snarls  at strangers,  Kissing should, therefore, be a  family greeting; for strangers or  ordinary friends the hand-shako  suffices. Above-all, the baby's lips  should be sacred. ��������������������������� ���������������������������      .  COWARDLY EGG.  "When   I arose   to  speak,"  said  the martyred statesman, "someone  hurled a base, cowardly egg at me,  aid it struck me in the chest."  "And what kind of an egg might  that be?"  asked  the  young man.  "A base, cowardly egg," explain-  ar.d brought to market at from two' cd the statesman,  "is one that hits  tc- three  months.    At two  months,   y.'i; and  then runs."  the lambs can be brought to about i   forty pounds, and at three months'  sixty-five; thc latter weight is get-      A hook in the jaw is apt In-fin-  tin's rather heavy.   For these fancy   isb both the fish and the fighter.  I  /!  $_ /  (f  'h  im������������������*  &._. ^  &___.__.  ^_  i  SELECTED RECIPES.  Savory Sauce and Cold Lamb.���������������������������  Melt ..one cup of currant jelly, add  bits" of shredded orange and chopped mi fit. Garnish with parsley or  mint.  Eirelcss Cooker Recipe. ��������������������������� For  oatmeal, boil onc cup of oatmeal  and one-half teaspoonful of salfc  with two cups of watcr ior five minutes. Place, closely covered, in  cooker, and allow to remain overflight.  Firclcss Cooker Recipe.���������������������������For  ciied fruit, wash fruit and soak  fcur hours in watcr which just covers it. Simmer in tho same water  on the stove five minutes, then'  place in cooker and allow to remain eight to ten hours. Less  water is requireci than when fruit  is cooked on the stove.  Firclcss     Cooker     Recipe.���������������������������For  baked  beans,  pick over  and wash  one quart of pea beans.   Soak overnight in cold water.   While preparing breakfast, or  .arly the following morning, drain and cover with  fresh water; bring slowly to a simmer.     Cook  until skin  will burst.  Drain,  and add one-half pound of  lean, salt pork,  one-half teaspoonful  of salt, two tablespoonfuls of  molasses,   and two  tablespoonfuls  of sugar. Cover with boiling water,  cover pail,  and cook gently thirty  minutes.    Place in cooker.       Remove one-half hour before tho evening meal, and brown uncovered  in the oven.  Ham Mousse.���������������������������Mix two cups of  boiled ham, chopped fine, ono tea-  6j.oonful of mustard, a dash of Cayenne pepper, one teaspoonful of gelatine and one-half cud of whipped  cream. - Pack into a mold and place  on ice Servo with a cream sauco  composed of ono tablespoonful of  vinegar, one teaspoonful of mustard, two tablespoonfuls of fresh  horseradish, or horseradish sauce,  cne-half teaspoonful of salt, a dash  of Cayenne pepper and one-half  /���������������������������*-* up of whipped cream. ,"-     '-  Fried  Peaches.���������������������������The rich yellow  Crawford  peaches    arc    the best.  Wipe them    clean,'   halve without  - peeling and remove thc stones. Lay  them Hat side down in a frying-pan  with just enough melted butter to  prevent sticking to the pan.    Fry  6lowly until half-done;   then turn  aud fill the stone cavities with sugar.   When done lift them carefully, with a spoon in each hand, into  the saucers in which they aro to bo  served, as the "syrup will surely bc  spilled if. they aro carried.to the  table in a large dish first. Peaches  piepared in this way" make a suitable  dessert  for    the    little folks  served with  boiled  rico which has  been buttered and sweetened a little.    For adults they are delicious  .with hot biscuits or sponge-cake.  GIVEN OP BY HIS '_. SiGII  "FRUIT-A-TIVES", THE FAMOUS  FRUIT MEDICINE, SAVED HIS LIFE.  JAMES DINGWALL, ���������������������������������������������<_  Willi am stown, Ont., July 27th, 1908,  "I suffered all my life from Chronic  Constipation and no doctor, or remedy,  I ever tried helped me. "Fruit-a-lives"  promptly cured me. Also, last spring  I had a bad attack of BLADDER aud  KIDNEY TROUBLE and the doctor  gave tne up but "Fruit-a-lives" eavc _  my life. I am now over eighty year*  of age and I strongly recommend  '-'Fruit-a-tives" foe Constipation aad  Kidney Trouble".  (Signed) JAMES DINGWALI..  50c a box, 6 for ������������������2.50���������������������������or trial box, 25c  ���������������������������at    derlers   or   fro vt.    Fruit-a-tives  Limited, Ottawa.  cheese, pinch of salt, and pepper  (icd). Butter bread with,plenty of  cheese, put on top two slices of  crisply fried bacon, and put under  broiler until cheese is melted. This  makes a delicious sandwich of toasted bread, melted cheese, and broiled bacon.  Cheese Sandwiches.���������������������������For these  sandwiches uso graham" bread.  Spread it first with a thin coating  of butter, then a coating of mustard, next a layer . of cottage  cheese, then add a layer of olives  which have been chopped fine and  mixed with mayonnaise dressing..  USE OF BRAN WATER.  DESSERTS.  Lemon Ice.���������������������������One quart milk,  grated rind of onc lemon, one-half  cup sugar. Let these ingredients  =conie=to=a=boilf=then=set^asido-=to  cool. After cooling add juice of  fcur lemons and. freeze. When  partly frozen add beaten whites of  two eggs.  Marshmallow Delight.���������������������������Cut up  ouv; pound marshmallows. . Whip  one-half pint cream. Chop 0110  cup English walnut meats, or put  iu car.dicd cherries. Flavor with  rum.-Mix marshmallows and-nuts,  or thc cherries  beaten cream,  glasses.  Few housekeepers know- the  value of bran watcr in the house-  held. Its uses are manifold and its  cost but a trifle. As an effectual  and harmless dirt remover it cannot be surpassed. In preparing it  for use, place in a cloth bag some  bran, upon. which pour boiling  water; let stand for several minutes; squeeze the bag out. and remove, when the watcr is ready for  mc.  .In washing woodwork, be it hard-  wcod or. painted, it will'bc found  invaluable. The dirt is quickly removed and the original finish of the  wood is retained..  For washing printed .fabrics it  has no equal, for it will nofc injure  the'most delicate colors.  If one would use bran watcr when  washing the hair she would find it  no*, only cleanses the scalp thoroughly but also imparts to thc hair  that beautiful luster so much desired.  Another important consideration  is that the water does nofc injure  the hands, like so many cleansing  preparations; on thc contrary it has  long been known that bran is an excellent skin whitencr and beneficial  when used in thc bath.  Lastly, it wil! cure chronic con-  ^s._pation,^y-=_drinking===any-W-here  from three to" five cups of bran  water at intervals before breakfast. _ A few drops of lemon juice  make it more palatable to some people. For this purpose it is well to  soak the bran overnight in a covered receptacle   and    strain   in thc  Wash black stockings thoroughly  in f--'. and water, then again in a  weaker solution, and finally in clear  water; if .treated like this, stockings  will not crack.  When boiling anything quickly,  do not leave a metal spoon in the  saucepan, for much of thc heat  passes through thc spoon, and boiling is checked.  Rinse silk handkerchiefs the last  time in water with a little methylated spirits in it. Roll up in a  cloth, iron on both sides, and they  will havc thc gloss you desire.  Boiled water, when used for  drinking purposes, should be prepared carefully. See that the water  boils fast for fifteen minutes, then  keep it covered till required.    '  Patent leather and kid boots will  take a far brighter polish if they  are first wiped over with a spongo  dipped in milk. . This must be allowed to dry before the polish is  applied.  When preparing vegetables or  fruits that stain the fingers, a very  good plan is to previously rub tho  thumb and forefinger with a little  .grease, and it will prevent the  stains that are so unsightly and difficult to remove.  Padding Embroidery Work���������������������������For  this lint cotton is much better than  thread; moisten the finger tips and  roll the cotton size and length  wanted, and put in place and work  over it. No shrinking required, as  most thread does.  Sometimes one desires to change  the air of a room in, as it were,  double quick time. Then the'plan  ii to open the window wide, and to  open the door and to swing it backwards and forwards very quickly,  maki-g it serve as a sort of fan.  To cure earache, warm a little  salad oil to milk heat and drop it  frcm a spoon-into the ear. Another,  remedy is to roast an onion in the  coals and take out the centre, put  tie fine point of this into the car  a"c. let it remain several hours.  Should thc knob come off the lid  of a pan or kettle, a screw should  bo slipped through the hole, with  the head to the inside of the lid,  and a cork screwed on to thc protruding, end. This will make" a  lci;ob that will hot get hot, and that  can be easily removed when dirty.  "In some cases fried fish may ��������������������������� be  given to invalids, and is,- of course,  moro relished. But the frying must  be perfectly done, and no fat left  soaking on thc dish. It is better  fried without the casing of egg and  bread crumbs, which is likely to disagree with a delicate stomach.  Oil, fruit or" paint stains can be  successfully .removed by means fo a  homemade mixture composed of- a  teaspoon each of oil of lemon, peppermint, cloves and cinnamon, with  wineglass of- spirits of turpentine  THE WAYS OF ASSASSINS  TIIE LA RANG. USED BY MALEFACTORS OF  CH1KA.  Slab Their   Victims   in Abdomen,  Trusting to Splenomegaly to    -  Finish Their Work.  "Pathological assassination" is  Ihe term applied by a writer in The  Lancet (London) to two recent cases which have occupied the attention of the press of two continents  ���������������������������the Hyde crime in Kansas City,  and the numerous murders "to order' ' alleged to havo been committed in Russia by a physician of  ncble blood.  ."It is,a question if a parallel  ca < be found' among western nations or savages at large to the use  of the- larang, which means in Malay language 'the forbidden,' and  is used in Southern China and the  Malay countries, such as Sarawak,  for purposes of assassination,"  says The Lancet. "Mr W. H. Bat-  tk*, in his recent oration on 'Internal Injuries," delivered before  Medical Society of London, exhibited a larang belonging to Dr.  "White Hopkins, who has been resident for some time' in Sarawak.  In shape the instrument resembles  an iron dagger, and-it is probab?  iy made out' of " '  A LARGE, TIMBER NAIL, -  to which, with the aid of twine", an  ornate curved crosspiece is fitted.  Tlie head of the nail is held so as  to protrude from the loose sleeve  of the malefactor who uses it. A  stroke from this nail on thc abdo  men of a victim frequently    brings  about the letter's death from rup-  This should bc rubbed over the sur-|tured    spleen,   thc    calculation of  face of. tho fabric with a piece of  silk, an old handkerchief answering  the purpose excellently.  To clean an ingrain carpet mix  damp (not wet) cornmeal with dry  sal.'; and sprinkle carpet liberally.  Leave it for an hour, then sweep it  into the carpet with a clean broom  and against the nap. This done,  sweep again, this time with the nap.  Lastly, strew a fresh supply of salt-  ������������������'l meal on the carpet and let it lie  there for thr_ce_hou_rs before repeating the double sweeping.       '���������������������������  ._....  DOUBTFUL NAME.  a Nottingham  Pour over them  in   sherbet  Serve  -     SMALL CAKE.  Rocks.--Three eggs well beaten,  ore cupful of butter, one and one-  half cupfuls of brown sugar, three-  quarters pound raisins, one-quarter pound of English walnuts in  fine pieces, two cupfuls of Hour,  one teaspoonful of soda dissolved  iu water. Drop teaspoonfuls on a  buttered pan and bake slowly.  Oatmeal Cakes.���������������������������-Cupful of butter or one-half lard and one-half  butter, one cupful of sugar, ono  tc-ospoonful of cinnamon, one cupful of sour milk, onc level teaspoonful of soda, onc egg, one cupful of  raisins and mixed currants, two  cupfuls of cracked oats, two cupfuls of flour. Drop on pans about  size of walnut an inch apart. If  sweet milk is used use two tcaspoonfuls of baking powder. These  have a nutty flavor.  SANDWICH RECIPES.  Toasted Sandwiches.���������������������������-Take round  of sandwich bread, cut off crust before slicing, slice bread in .pieces,  crie-nalf inch thick. Mix one slightly Jieat<m egg with one jar of club  " USEFUL HINTS."   "      "  Linen turns yellow because soap  has been left in it at the laundry, j f;���������������������������  otting to insufficient rinsing. "j^?*.  Tar on a cloth suit may he removed by successive applications of turpentine,  naptha and benzine.  To remove' a burnt taste from  lard, slice some raw potatoes into  it, and cook for a few minutes, and  strain off.  Soiled linen should never be kept  in bedrooms. A placo for thc linen  basket should bc found in an airy  position.  Floors whicli arc to bc stained  should bc first prepared by painting  with a very thin coating of size ev-  < niy applied.  To soften the skin ef a fur rug,  rub a little vaseline into the hands  and then work thc'skin till it softens.   This will take some time.  Save thc ends of wooden matches,  for they are useful in reviving a  dying lire. If kept in a box, they  are ready for use at any time.  Corkscrews aro not always at  hand when wanted. A good substitute is an ordinary large screw with  a string attached to pull out the  cork.  Dusters for old china and brica-  brac should bc" made of cheeso  cloth. It is better than any other  material, and the cheapest.  Some years ag<  clergyman in baptizing a baby  paused in the midst of the service  lo enquire thc name of the infant,  to which the mother with a profound curtesy, replied :."Shady, sir,  " you please."'   "Shady."  replied  Chinese assassins "being that some  90 per cent, of those -they attack  are suffering from splenomegaly,  duo to malaria."  "Tho nearest approach to this  truly fiendish form of assassination  discoverable'in the annals of legalL A^t  medicine is murder by infection. In " C  a case now sub judicc in Russia a  suspicious death is attributed to  subcutaneous infection by cholera  virus. Quite recently also a medical man, Dr. .Clarke Hy_de.of.Kan-  feitcd with the virus of typhoid fever. This, we think, must be one  of the first instances of 'a culture  of a pathogenic germ being used for  criminal purposes. It is a method  capable of great extension and likely to trouble the medical legists of  the future, though, fortunately,-its  use will necessarily be restricted to  persons with some knowledge of'  bacteriology.   -  "Among primitive people the .belief in  MURDER BY INFECTION    ._  has often- been entertained .���������������������������" as,'  for instance, by   modern   Russian .  peasants,  who accuse medical men  cf deliberately    spreading (on the  principle. of   breaking   windows to  do. good to the glaziers) the disease  they have been striving to prevent.:  Then there are the historic cases  .������������������ thc plague   poisoners of Milan  and Geneva, who in the seventeenth-  century,   were   accused   in   numbers of   disseminating   the" plague  with ' the help    of    poisoned ointments,    infected,  clothes,    and so  forth, in the interests-of nurses and  all the other employees in epidemics.    Searching in works of travel.,  one finds sometimes isolated cases.  of- explorers being  apparently   al-"  lowed   "to die   by - sledge drivers,  guides and others  who have been  interested,"in the loot of their mas-'--  tor's property, and these cases are -  analogous,  as the murder, is _ddne ._  "by enlisting the' 'services of' dis-   :  ease!    Thus,   in Dr.  J.  J.~- Hayes' -  'The Open Polar , Sea,/ the death  of a Mr.-Sonntag.is described, who,  when manifestly   "suffering-from a .  chill during a long'sledgo'journey,  was nearly drowned, and died pre������������������  sumably of cold shortly afterward.'  The Esquimau "driver who was with'  hira gave an unsatisfactory account,  of his death,  and Dr.   Hayes   inn-,  plies that foul play was "suspected:,  The-    larang    users,-however, with  their  knowledge of a  pathological  condition   and their calculation of  probabilities,   are  easily' ahead. _f  all other competitors in iniquity"."'  v  Few people care if care did kill  sas City," was condemned to imprisonment for life for the murder of  threo victims, whom, with eight  others, he is supposed to have in-  Second  thoughts are    best    in  case of love at first sight.  .The..trp_.ublc____wjth_.soine__men--_i3-  thcy havc too many fool friend?.  thc minister. "Then it's a boy,  you mean Shadrach, ch. '  please your reverence, it's a  girl." "And pray," asked the inquisitive pastor, "how happened  you to ceJl thc child by such a  strange name1?" "AVhy, sir," responded the woman, "if you must  know, our name is Bower, and my  husband said as how hc should liko  licr to be called Shady, because  Shady Bower sounds so pretty!"  Nothing short of hard cash will  make an impression on a heart of  stone.  Bufc fame seldom comes to the  man who sits down and waits.  A woman isn't    necessarily wisa  because she can fool a fool man.  A fl������������������Ton _z������������������se<! tha came as lemon or ra_i!._W  B/.. M_r'? . Krowilated itignr in wafer an!  addtnyyatyl.ee, a delicious Mrrup is made an J  n ������������������yr_f beitefcthanman .. Uaoleinait������������������olUbr  tssctri. U oot tana 50c for foi. bottle and  ce_pebeak. Csstcnu M<_t. Co.. ������������������eatil. W___  G_>--  Yorwfll find relief In Earii-Buk I  li eases (he burring, stinging'1  prfii, stapi Meeting ������������������_.bring,  esse. Puree, eranoe, wl_) Ztm.  Bifk, means cure; VWyrwt prove  thl'S 7   Au Sruooi** ojU mores.���������������������������  tOsbsx.  "^6f*- **.!___H_^__������������������*'^''^  Canadian Appreciation  Langham Hotel, London.  Gentlemen,���������������������������I wish to express my appreciation of the 38  h.p. Daimler which you have delivered to me. Before shipping thc car to Canada I made a three-weeks' trial of it, covering some 1,200 miles. The car ran perfectly, and I never  had the slightest trouble of any kind, and I think it quite lives  up to the many claims you make for it. The silence, smoothness of running, and power of acceleration on hills ia really  remarkable.  My petrol consumption was 1G 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 ligkt on tyres.  I am really delighted with the car.���������������������������Yours sincerely,  (Signed)   0. A. BOONE,   ot Toronto, Canada.  "The fllosf  Successful  C .r of fht  year1909"  The Baitfflier Motor Co., (ioo4> Limited,  COVENTRY,   ENGLAND.  ���������������������������"������������������*������������������������������������������������������ ._*___*?_���������������������������,  \ ** __;���������������������������.**���������������������������___UjiJ-ita. 'i5A-^������������������������������������  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,   September 22, m  ENDERBY    PRESS ' y������������������u t0 Publish the bywth of my daw-  _ tah, sir !"   The   editor   replied   that  Published  every   Thur.stl.iy at   Enderby. B.C. at   it  Was  CUStomery  to  get ��������������������������� such  inform-  J2 per year, by the Walker Press. '_.���������������������������<���������������������������        '    _._ ' ,       ,,       ,     ,     i a tion from   the   parents, the doctors  AilverUsiiiK Rates;   Transient, f.c  an inch  first i Or   the     friends    of    the    accused,   but  insertion. 2r_ each subsequent insertion.   Con- ! afjmi-ttp(i   fVnt   l.p  rli.1   nn.   . n -r.ir_n.ri  tract . Ivtrtisinfr. SI an inoh per month. j acimiLtCCl   iriai  lie C110   not  go tlirougn  Legal Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c aline   the  formality  of    taking  out  ailthori-  euch subsequent insertion.  Heading Notices and locals: 10c a line.  SEPTEMBER 22,  1910;:  EDITORIAL WOES���������������������������OR WOWS  In a recent issue of The Ledge, Editor Lowery says: "It is .not infrequent that newspapers find themselves unappreciated by the men  whom they have favored by their  support."  And the editor of the Fraser Valley Record comes forward with the  same plaint: "This paper once upon  a time carried an ad from the local  bank, but the term "genial" placed  in an item before the manager's  name was cause for serious results to  the ad, The account to date was demanded an1 hour or so after the paper  was issued."  Another editor told us the other  day of the appearance of a beaming  male parent at the door of the newspaper office and ������������������������������������������������������ demanding that his  paper be stopped, because the editor  failed to make a local of the birth of  the beaming male parent's son. The  same editor was accosted by an Englishman late from the Mother Land,  with,  "I say,   you; who awhthorized  j zation papers   before   publishing the  i item of news.  { "I would have you to understand,  my dean fellah, that I do not wish  you to pry. into my private affairs !  You may stop-ph my papah !"  And thus it goes. Sometimes an  editor will offer a kindly-intended  boost, and it will be taken by the  boosted as a knock, and.Sheol's to  pay. And yet some men complain of  the aggravating silence of the editor  with regard to their business or their  goings in and comings out !  swered .questions about the Okanagan  until I am hoarse. If the Board of  Trade only had some booklets out I  could be handing them to enquirers,  and I do not think that I would be  in any way encroaching on my employer's time, selling fruit. -  Yours truly,   WALTER ROBINSON  FORLORN HOPES  JUST A SUGGESTION  No necessity of   enlarging upon the  eloquence of this appeal:  . Winnipeg,  Sept. 16-10.  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir: Haveva carload of B.C.  prunes on display in the Hudson Bay j  Company store here; actual amount,  900 cases; and have full charge. Got  them sent out to very good advantage. Only wish they were Okanagan  product. My display cards read: "B.  C. Fruit," "Patronize Home-Grown  Goods," ��������������������������� "Canada for Canadians,"  and such-like. I have a table in the  centre of   the   exhibit, and have an-  Over three months still remain' before the end of the year is reached,  i but we feel justified in expressing the  hope that no morc patching of the  City Council will be needed, until a  fresh deal is made.���������������������������Vernon News.  If the expression of any hope is  permissible in connection' with the  oflicial body of Enderby, it would be  that they do not change their minds  more than once a month from now  until the end of the year in the matter of the Salmon Arm road and that  precious water pipe.  4������������������$������������������$������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$������������������$������������������$������������������������������������������������������$������������������$������������������������������������ <������������������m _>_<���������������������������*!)3������������������_������������������>_<s)__)^^  FEW PRAIRIE CHICKENS  Hunters in this vicinity see very  few prairie chickens and are of impression that the close season should  have been retained here as well as in  Okanagan, Kamloops and Kootenay  electoral districts. It will be noticed  that the government is importing  prairie chicken from Mamitoba to  stock certain districts where there  are none, which would imply a scarcity that would scarcely warrant  their slaughter in other portions of  the province.���������������������������Hedley Gazette.  -���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������_  I Ladies, if you have not seen these new goods, you will  be interested in examining them.   For quality  and style we never have had their equal.  I Our Fall Millinery Opening was the;  0 Great Attraction last week  If YOU have not seen the new styles in Ladies' Hats!  step in and examine our Millinery Stock. <  It's the Ideal Family Flour  Makes the lightest, most delicious bread; gives best results.   Every baking makes more  BIG CHOICE LOAVES than other flour.   All representative grocers sell it.  The Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd. Enderby, B. C.  Children's Sweater Ms  BEST VALUE WE EVER HAD  ���������������������������������������������-������������������._.--������������������-������������������-������������������"������������������-������������������-������������������-i-������������������"i"������������������"������������������"������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������..������������������������������������.. _-���������������������������._"���������������������������������������������_._������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������._-���������������������������������������������_-������������������-������������������-������������������-���������������������������������������������_.���������������������������������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������������������������������������������.  Also Ladies' and Children's  Underwear  ���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������������-������������������-���������������������������  A very nice line of: Fancy Goods just received  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  - _>  NOT UP TO ANTICIPATIONS  The Vernon News says, in speaking  of the Agricultural. Show there last  week: Candour compels us to admit  that the fair was hardly a credit to  the premier fruit growing and agricultural section of the province. It  was fairly good in some respects, but  -it^might=have^been=_nuch-=better,^and=  we confess to a very distinct feeling  of disappointment at the scanty nature of the exhibits. * * * Having  said this much, however, it does not  follow that there is no room for  praise. We are glad to be able to  say that a finer looking selection of  apples has never been spread on the  tables .in the exhibition building."  }__ .���������������������������������������������  John Scanlan, better known as  Walt Mason, whose skill in weaving  profound truth in those short prosc-  jinglets on everyday life, which have  been reproduced in nearly every paper in America from time to time,  has made him one of our most eagerly read writers, was found dead in  his studio in Philadelphia last week.  The cholera epidemic which originated in Southern Russia some weeks  ago, has already claimed more than  100,000 victims, and is stretching its  way across Asiatic Russia. The reports now in possession of the sanitary bureau show a,total for the season of 182,327 cases, with 83,613  deaths.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B.C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed  SMALL DEBTS COURT  SITS every Saturday, by appointment at   p ,m  Graham  Rosoman,   Police  and   Stipendiary  Magistrate.  _^^-*s_iS_L  _S������������������i<^ _3iSSi  WATER ACT 1909  BY direction of the Board of Investigation, notice is hereby given  that the Board will proceed to adjudicate upon claims to water on the  following streams and tributaries  thereto in the Similkameen and Osoyoos Water Districts, under authors  "ty of Part 3  _f the Water Ac_ri909T"  Pine Creek,  Spring on Pre-emption No. 2986,  Spring, on Bcks Pre-emption,  Shoot Creek,  Ellis or Nanisbeen 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 288  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 Comnrissioner.  Lands Department, (Water Branch),  Victoria, B. C, July 15th, 1910.  i  X  '8 y  i.  Thursday,   September 15, lyi0  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  PREPAIRING EXHIBITION BIRDS  'Daniel J. Lambert, one of'the  best-known poultry judges and  authorities   in    America,     and  - teacher in the Rhode Island  State College Poultty- Department, gives a valuable secret for  - growers of exhibition poultry:  One of the secrets not generally known outside of professional pouliry judges and experienced  exhibitors is the necessity of show  males possessing good tails. By  good, I mean those.in size, shape  and color as described in the  Standard and in perfect condition when the bird is shown. I  have, often advised prospective  exhibitors on this point more  than others because I knew that  if the tail were full fledged, unbroken and clean the balance of  the bird would usually be in the  pink of condition.  Of course, abounding vitality  is a paramount requisite, and a  cock or cockerel lacking in vigor  will show, it quicker in the car-  . riage of his tail than in color pf  comb or in any other way.  The most Standard-like tails  are bred from ancestry possessing  such themselves for at least two  previous generations. High tails  low tails, long tails broadband  pinched tails are usually the result of poor breeding, while wry  and squirrel tails are often  caused by roosting too close to  the sides or top of the building.  A safe roost is at least eighteen  inches from the walls and twenty-four from the rafters.  ������������������������������������:-;������������������������������������������������������+���������������������������_**���������������������������:���������������������������+���������������������������>*���������������������������_-:<  !������������������_���������������������������_��������������������������� _���������������������������������������������:���������������������������._���������������������������_���������������������������..������������������������������������������������������_��������������������������� .������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ <  ���������������������������   ���������������������������   .   ���������������������������  _._><.;.._  DECIDEDLY REMUNERATIVE AND ATTRACTIVE RETURNS. ���������������������������  The cultivation of fruits in this Province has become amost interesting  art, and a highly profitable industry that provides the grower with a generous competence under the most ideal conditions and surroundings imaginable.  The most desirable fruit fanning district in British CoHia is im..ii_y tiie  UPPER OKANAGAN VALLEY  ������������������  T  ������������������  y Where peaches, pears, grapes, apples, and every variety of small fruits can be grown to perfection.   The climate is particularly even and mild,  degrees above zero.     No irrigation is   necessary, the rain  ��������������������������������������������� Summer temperature ranging from 70 to 90 degrees, while in Winter the average is 26  the _���������������������������  .*. fall throughout the whole year being amply sufficient and well-distri _uted.  ��������������������������� In this Upper Okanagan Valley is the CARLIN ESTATE, a portion of which has been subdivided by the owners into blocks ranging from 10 t.  y to 20 acres each, and placed with us for sale.     This most desirable fruit land lies along the Okanagan Branch of    the.  C.P.R.   and   the   Shuswap %  5River, as shown ori^the key plan. ���������������������������>-    ���������������������������' ��������������������������� ������������������'  ������������������ the soil is excellent, and the cost of clearing what little requires to.be .cleared will be small. ..-.,. ' ������������������-  ���������������������������������������������      '    -CARLIN ORCHARDS,  besides being most ideally located, are a splendid investment, because when"once planted   and. the   trees ���������������������������brought to������������������  . _ bearing, a greatly enhanced value is assured. , -  ?  ������������������ Conservative   estimates place the value per acre when trees begin to bear at $500, and this figure steadily increases   each   year until at-the X  ������������������������������������end of the tenth year the value is $1000 per acre or more.     In the meantime, while the larger fruit trees are being matured,   every 10 acres under ������������������  Y cultivation will produce at least $1000 annually in-vegetables, small fruits, poultry and eggs.     Au active, energetic worker, and a more intense sys-'i*  y tern of farming will much increase these returns.        ��������������������������� ,. -"-  X WE. ARE OFFERING CARLIN ORCHARDS AT PRICES RANGING FROM-  3) Small cash payment down, and.the balance extended over a term of three years.  y We believe that CARLIN ORCHARDS are the very best opportunity that has been offered for some time to the man   who   wishes to  $100 to $125 per acre  very   best   value _n this "j*  become ���������������������������>-  3. the owner, of a small holding of good land in one of the most favored districts in the world. - ' ���������������������������   y  V After a thorough study of the Okanagan District; we feel thoroughly convinced that ...CARLIN ORCHARDS are the  y wonderful wealth-producing Valley. - -   , .   ,  X We know that this land will bear your closest   investigation, and we earnestly urge you to conscientiously-consider CARLIN ORCHARDS.       V  X ��������������������������� To aid you we have carefully compiled authentic information regarding the land, climate, markets, transportation,   etc.,   which   we   will be'V  The time to show birds is when  they are'in their prime, neither  immature or over ripe, as their  tails are then all in and the proper length. This necessitates  hatching at certain periods for  particular shows and special, preparation of cock birds to hasten  or retard the molt. The growing cockerels must have plenty  of room and a good range, with  grass, shade, pure water and  sound  feed  in  abundance.    A  We know that this land will bear your closest  . To aid you we have carefully compiled authentic information regarding the land, climate, markets, transportation,   etc.,.  which  *������������������ pleased   to   forward,   together with maps and pictures. :  We believe it to be to your interest to acquire this infprmation   about" Upper   Okanagan  4-Valley. .Your name and address on a post card, or. any particular inquiries you wish to make will receive a "prompt reply.    .-  jy ROGERS, BLACK & Mc ALPINE,*.      selling agents, 524 pender st.; -. '  .Vancouver, b.  '������������������*_-m������������������_*_!^������������������***������������������+������������������**** *.~>.-:~h^m~h^:^^^  c:  *_������������������_.  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  t  T  V  .   T  ut  cock bird may be hurried with  his molt by feeding a very narrow ration (one rich in protein  deficient in carbohydrates) or retarded by giving one weak in  protein and rich in carbohydrates  Lice, mites and nice show birds  do not grow in the same coop.  Vermin not only reduce the vitality of their victims, but injure  the shape and lustre of their  plumage. - Prospective winners  must be kept clean from the shell  to the show-room;; look carefully  around the base of the tail-of  each bird for vermin. No oil or  grease of any kind can be used  on or around^sho.w birds, not even  on their shanks, unless they are  immediately wiped clean. It is  easy to wash a bird nicely when  you know how, but not so easy  to get all the soap out of their  tail feathers without breaking  the web or otherwise .- injuring  the sickles.   It is much better to  keep them away from dirt and  filth so they will be "clean and  attractive at all times.  As the show season draws.nigh  say six or eiget weeks before the  date 7 of exhibition, they should  be examined "and all broken  feathers in wing or tail removed  so as to allow time for hew ones  to grow in their place. When  these are growing be careful to  see that the main feathers are  unobstructed and the sickles  curve nicely on the sides of the  tail.  It is best, to pen show males  separately in a cage similar to  exhibition coop, for at least two  weeks before.the show, allowing  them,^ to exercise, alone, under  cover on "a clean straw-covered  sand floor. For transportation  to the show' use shipping, coops  high "enough (thirty inches)." for  the bird to stand up in" and wide  enough (sixteen inches) so that  the largest males can turn  around without breaking, bending or injuring that all-important tail.  T O-NIG H T  K. of P. 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VIII.-(Cont'd)  "J have nol the captain's boldness in such matters, I confess,"  replied the sergeant, responding at  once to tlie challenge. "Vet if I  hud but her consent, Marlh.i,  1.1>f re's a girl in Zweidorf I'd not  leave behind inc."  "I own T should bc hard to convince upon that point," retorted  girl, as she flashed hcr wicked  th    ���������������������������   __  tlark eyes upon him.    "But I'd dare  h^vcTik.  use gentle violence to gain  Ewoar there's a round dozen ol  us  vou  tell  the same talc to."  k'ss skilful journeymen did much of  th _ rough work. .Behind this yard  cume the poorer and more lawless  quarter of the city ; in fact running  up northwards towards the "Bush"  Tavern and the "B'inter-Pforte,"  or back door, were the dwellings of  the unscrupulous, unfortunate, and  thc vicious of Zweidorf. This northeastern quarter was ever regarded  as a species of Alsatia by the well-  to-do burghers, and many a stout  citizen had expostulated with Caspar on establishing himself so near  the borders of such a. doubtful community.  But   the  premises  were conveni-  .., . , ,,   ..., ..   en I-  and well-placed  for business���������������������������  I'air   words,  J_crr    Hoflmnnn,'-| 1J;e   ,.cnt, w;is    low<   an.d as Uaspai.  retorted Martha, "but J. sec 110^ ].,ughillgly ,lssurc<i them, his hands  much diligence on your parts toit.ol,jd ,'r<, his hcad M al] cvcntSi  make them good lhc captain(he lhrovc an<] ak, wcU LhcrC) and  takes matters easily. Maidens arc ,)L the prescnt timo was corKluct ing  not won in that wise. ' . _ . .  "Why, what would you . Ho  gives your .mistress time to change  tier mind. Shc cannot hesitate long  between an officer of rank and a  carnentcr.    At thc worst,  wc shall  conic  prizes t_   thc   stranger.  i;  "May my wine taste like vinegar  from henceforth if I speak not in  earnest."  "Do you mean that you'd take  me hen c as your wife, Hcrr Hoffmann V  "Even so, sweetheart, if you'd  hut. give consent," replied the sergeant, promptly.  *    "Ah!"   returned  Martha,   laughing.    "I'm  not given to believe in  .  -fc  speeches for onc thing, and Ij  could  not  leave my    mistress    for  nnc the r."  "But suppose that your mistress  wo.:. leaving too'? You've promised  I) stand by thc captain in his wooing. Women's modesty, you know,  iscinelimes stands in their own light,  and they are not angry when gentle j  violence forces matrimony upon;  lhem.   What do you say, my pretty j  cur end  "Good Lord!" cried Martha  gaily, "but why arc you so long  about it? I can't say for my mistress, but if you don't run away  with mc soon, Herr' Hoffmann, I  must e'en look for a more enter-  pi ising lover," and throwing herself back in hcr chair the girl burst  info a  peal  of laughter.  Thc sergeant responded by a dry  noiseless chuckle. Hc was, to say  ihe truth, immensely amused. He  was perfectly aware that his fail-  companion was exercising all hcr  charms for the subjection of his  faculties���������������������������that she was carrying un  this flirtation with a view to picking his brains.  He was distilling fiction for hcr  behoof drop by drop, and smiled  to see how greedily it was absorbed.  I  wish "J was as certain  about  Martha?    Should   tho  captain  run | -     <;arrv;ng off thc  maid    as  hcr  __f        "il.        *_!__. J_ _..        / 1 _]__. --.Ill       .._.*,. c " _ , _  .  _  nik-trcss." he said at length; "but,  my fair Martha, unless you will  vouchsafe some opportunity, it  cannot be well accomplished."  "Am  T    not   even  now    chiding  vou  for being so tardy?"   retorted  'Tell  mc but when--Gredel is going, nnd  trust me to bc there too.        Don't  off  with  Mistress  Gredel,   will you  _ol consent to  make  me happy at  the same time?"  "Ha, ha!" laughed the girl.  '���������������������������"I see you would postpone our  wedding indefinitely.    Small chance  i.5 there of Gredel .running away ; ^ chambcnnaid, archly  with the captain, but if you'd live  upon scant hope, there's my hand,  .no' when Gredel kneels at thc altar  with him, I'll kneel there with you  ���������������������������when she flies Zweidorf with him.  'J'11 Ily Zweidorf with you���������������������������and may  the saints grant us life to sec it.  It's long lived we'll be, Hcrr Hoffmann, ore that comes to pass."  "Not so," replied thc sergeant,  blithely. "It is nearer than you  think  for."  "How so? how so? 1 don't understand you."  There was a malicious twinkle  in thc sergeant's eyes as hc replied���������������������������  "Seal and sign, sweet, seal and  sign.    You can't expect ine to show  cards till I have evidence that  o n r  y. u arc a partner in our game,'  and as lie spoke the crafty I_<>_  rnUiui edged his scat in close pro  pincpiity  to  thc  spinning-whec"   i_r_i i  .. i.   .    _ . i_:....      .......     l    ,  s���������������������������IriTC   it���������������������������r>:  V/r.riii    the  llouqhl the  -tra���������������������������  ol  4-141.  11.  mind my screaming, Hcrr Hoffmann  and perhaps it will be proper to bc  slightly hysterical, but I'll conic  round'time enough to bc married,  never fear."  "What a clever   girl   you   arc!"  said thc sergeant admiringly.  "But when's it to bc. and how?"  continued Martha. "On my faith,  if you keep mc waiting now that  you've put running away into my  jhead, I'll be off with Andy Koptz,  thc cobbler, though he's deaf, stupid, and hard on sixty.   I'll not bo  Iked of    my   fancy.  nn :  and you take  mc  i odds I   fall   into the  . first comer."  Martha,   for  live briskest business of any of his  craft in Zweidorf.  Ir, is a Saint's day or holiday of  some sort, and all Herr Zimmer-  mann's men are away. Hc alone  is to be seen ih thc spacious workshop. Caspar is busy putting tho  last touches to a huge chest���������������������������that  indeed for which he had received  orders from Captain von Hompesch. Hc whistles carelessly over  his work, and once or twice tests  it bv his rule; at length a low  l.Mign escapes him.  "Egad, I must try if." hc mutters, and raising the lid, Caspar  deliberately gets in and lays hini-  Fcif full length in thc chest. Another minute and he is out again.  "Fits mc to a nicety," hc exclaimed merrily; "onl- I've no  mind to be at thc labor of making  my own coffin, I might take pattern  of it. But I'll leave that job for  other  hands,  I  trow.    I't wants a  Contains more real body-building nutriment  than meat or eggs���������������������������Costs much less  For any meal in combination with vegetables, baked epples, sliced bananas, stewed  prunes and other fruits. Keat biscuit in oven  to restore crispness.J  Sold by all froccr a, 13c. a carton, two lor 25 .  B.4  "1 would there were no morc than | 5. Cool your cream to a temper-  fhc making of its duplicate between ; a ture of 50 degrees by setting tho  mc and a. wedding," responded  Caspar gloomily. "But Herr Sydow looks awry at mc and 'shuffles  whenever I makc reference to his  promise."  (To be continued.)  fr04K_������������������<>4K>_0_S>4<>4K>_M_+_ _K>  On the Farm  4K>^CHf<>4-C>^-04<hK>^04'04^_r5  CBEAMERY NEEDS.  Four  outstanding    needs  in   our  creamery industry,  so    far    as thc  patrons' duties arc concerned, are  _  -n      r     i     ���������������������������,;....  ,t���������������������������(   ._ moi-o hi.0! ti'us enumerated in a folder entit-  trifle of  planning yet to makc the | ..^ ^^ ^ ^ thc on  cans in ice, cold spring water or  cold well water immediately after  it has been separated.  G. Keep your cream cold and  sweet until delivered to thc drawer or at the creamery.  7. By sending sour, curdled  cream to the creamery, you arc the  loser, not only in the quality of thc  butter manufactured from such  c.eam, but also in your test. This  'means dollars and cents to you.  Arc you interested in dollars ancl  cents?- Is it not for the purpose of  making money that you keep cowsl  lock run easy ���������������������������;  a.-.d throwing off  If  his  his coat, Caspar betook himself to  tho task.  A vcry few strokes under his  practised hands produced the desired effect, and the carpenter  clicked the well-oiled lock to and  fjo  with apparent satisfaction.  "It will do now," he muttered  at length. "I trust that will con  lent Captain von Hompesch.  lie has purchased goods since  coming wherewith to fill it. he has  1-ri-cn a. good customer to the town  oi Zweidorf: I thought these military gentlemen travclled'with'slender baggage. But if it takes a  chest this size to hold a captain's  superfluities, I would fain know  hi w many carts go to a general's  necessaries. "Who knocks? Enter,  whoever vou arc. What, Martha!"  "Even   so,   Hcrr  Zimmermann,  i replied    the  ha!  I'M  it':  the  Hcrr  Hoff-  not now,  hands  of  Do   not  mock  mc  u in earnest,"  leinnly.     "You  tu  a sou!  i  sergeant.  ord  said thc  II   not  breathe   a  I tell  vou   a  se-  ch amber maid, as shc  ciosscd (he threshold. "Here's  mere of your handiwork come to  pieces. Gredel bade mc give you  this knitting-box back and tell you  the hinge is again out of joint. 11  your work as a rule stand no better than this," continued Martha,  laughing, "I fear your custom must  be on the decrease."  "It's a.    very    aggravating    box,  that,  and hard  to deal  with.'  ���������������������������I'.I I.'s . Jiothing,. j)J_thp. sort,''   rc-  truth    out  chambermaid.  him,"  co  >\   11.'.  rc-p!  sue  pens, in  rim liaei  the l.iar  coouct ii  ,(���������������������������!'     Nil  .    ��������������������������� .i.  what, would you havc l'!  led, laughing. " Ketch  . and paper, and see if 1  vard," and as she spoke  rye- diicc more (!:i:-hcd  ily up -n  her admirer.  \ 11 u     li'ivc   that     to  cfM.'d   Lin:   .<��������������������������� }���������������������������; _���������������������������������������������a.ui.  s a rrn i ound hev w ai-i.  Tin silent as the tomb," replied  Ine  girl,  And  w  ilh  i!   swear  ���������������������������tress C  to  be  Grcdc  !,  ai ".  O!   h  .    ���������������������������  a v  ,i  t ii  ���������������������������i:i  ' ��������������������������� i.' y.  ! ;��������������������������� c _i ��������������������������� !>.  i '.mi:  u:c !" <  r.'.-a'. ��������������������������� i.i  :i<  w,:\ ���������������������������  lo   p.:  so V.I r  ti_-r ������������������������������������������������������  T< f (;: I  c.hfci:.-  e v'--(������������������������������������������������������  il)l  Ml   L-  : '111"  ..It  thi  11  ������������������������������������������������������lie  -till'1'   -'  furihiT  Ma ri ha  ������������������������������������������������������lfi.iv  yon  v. ur mi  "Vc-i."  "And   promise  i en     .uislrc-.-  " caplni/i'i. ���������������������������'  ' V<-s."  ���������������������������'���������������������������Give' n"*  taking i  \'.s.n,    thc  ;..)>e! rd  a   kif-s.  ��������������������������� -\V:-( w-h !"    cried       ''  h -j-    |,;i'in   fell   iuiim'iH.i;  ?������������������������������������������������������.������������������ (Tl he iri':i   clu'''!-.  ������������������������������������������������������ Whv, u'iku ih'  re  tu  be   there.  my     v.-ncj  becomes1  i  I  M.i  your   hand   on    H;  v;tnt:i .(��������������������������� of the  silua-  .(���������������������������(.:;!)!       ,.(iCO l!l(   .'(*  Imted the chambermaid, "and iT  strikes mc, vou know perfectly well  how to deal with it. However,  G'-cdcl says shc will call i'or it her-  i'olf ere king, so you'd best sec fo it  speed iiv."  "1   will   put  it   right    at    once,  o.peeially   as   .1   am to havc    such  prompt recompense I'or my labor,'  roi.lied  the earp^,|(M"-  'est,"  issued   by  the Ontario  Department of Agriculture:  (a) Richer or higher-testing  cream  supplied to our creameries.  (b) Separating done under more  cltanly conditions.  (c) The cream cooled immediately  after separating, and kept cool until delivered at thc creamery or to  the cream-drawer.  (d) The uso of thc Babcock test  on the farm, for testing individual  cows- and the cream which is supplied fo the creamery.  1. Regulate your separator to  skim not less - than a- 30-pcr-cent.  cream.  2 Bc sure that thc speed of the  separator is maintained at the required number of turns of thc handle.  .  S. Separate thc cream in a room  whicli can be kept clean, free from  dust and impure air.  _. Wash the separator every time  it is used. You would not think of  asking anyone to cat his or hcr dinner off a plate which had not been  washed since the previous meal.  Therefore, why do some of our patrons ask people to cat butter which  has been manufactured from cream  separated with a separator which  ha', not been washed since it was  last  used?  CPOP ROTATION.  Weed eradication has long been  a subject of experimentation at the-  Minnesota Station. Spraying with  sulphate of iron has been practised, with morc or less beneficial results, proving, however, a better-  retarder of weeds and of wced-sccd  development.than an actual exterminator. Thc best results in destroying weeds have come from rotation of crops, according to an article by Prof. A. D. Wilson,-Superintendent of thc Division of Extension and of Farmers' Institutes, at-  thc Minnesota Experiment Station.  Two one-tenth-acre plots havc been  cropped under differing systems of  cultivation over, a period of sixteen  years. Onc plot was cropped t-o a  live-year rotation system of corn  first year, grain second, grass third  and fourth, and grain fifth year.  The other plot was devoted to wheat,  each year, the land being plowed  early in tho fall, carefully disked  anci prepared for seed. The rotated  plot is now substantially free from  weeds. The wheat plot is infested  with wild oats,-though-the Station  ha<- practised careful hand-pulling  of weeds over the several years of  experimentation. Thc two years  tliat thc rotation plot grew grass,  the hay has been cut so early that  weeds had no chance of maturing  seed. When thc plot was in" com,  thorough stirring of thc ground was  practised, and weeds were killed  before they ripened.���������������������������Farmer's Advocate.  stop the meanest, nastiest, most persistent headaches in half an  hour or less. We guarantee that they contain no opium,  morphine or other poisonous drugs. 25c. a box at your druggists',  or by mail from 29  Katiorta! Drug ar.ti CbemicM Co. of Canadc, Limited,       ....       Monlrcnl.  *_  It Ul  ai  . i.  as  ������������������������������������������������������r  ������������������)������������������������������������������������������!  i y  ui  Ml  I'.-lj  li.  ���������������������������pill  ;i:n  , i.  i ii*-  l,K  ���������������������������:i  . w  .  i  .��������������������������� i  :: l'"  M"  i  i -:i  . i.  ���������������������������ply  .oiicugh   .'ter   .v. v  .1 !  a      slm  llusiicd  ihe      _!d   p  ,    thai yi.u  i,.  M etl:;. g--:m>;i.  "ji, was very  ki.ied, and I :<-i _  than wise under  retorted thc  i KHI i  !<���������������������������  es,  i'  IK. I  )',.  U..'t.      w\  i a thev be i  the ..ii'cum  sergeant.  C.KUI  for  a  i..!i'!i;a.'..l  moment.  vou  men  Ij  keemy  .iuid,--  "Ilow  women '  \nu   ni  o;  f;..iii    we.  .should marry my m  "And is nut tliat_  kinking ferwanl to," '''.  sergeant. "Wlifn the  carries of? his mistress, si  bi.ar off the maiil, and  r: .1'-. of Zwcidoif  their siipinciu. s in  pjoiliest <!amsels o  eyed  and  us  It .  wiili  iV ���������������������������?:���������������������������:-  c- ������������������������������������������������������!���������������������������!)  must  ��������������������������� i ��������������������������� ,  :.:'.'    10  ^..lish  i tan i'li i ni ;  then I  1)00!'  ai.d  i'li   11. i.  ! e   h:<d  ���������������������������'The  :;a.   '-Il  l-h-ses.   .'  hied.  u.a  .'���������������������������re  .1!  !i.  on'  t;n' *  |->   |ee.e,  ii i'I   the  \i!laiii,  ie i'lip<���������������������������:.  ir. .I'm y-  liii   \\'^<  M'.'  H. il'i  If   l"::i  . iimv m'  :fl cli  \.:<\n  in:  up  iM'e-1   lei  ri" 'H.  inUi'iimr-ed  :ur,   swindh.  wi.jua'". au  ��������������������������� !'"!���������������������������  th.e-.ii.  !''! '.ill,   <lf  lhc  i.l.t  <_l  ��������������������������� wil.. fi.  ilia  'ui  ni.iv :'���������������������������  iell-, me  :recant  ���������������������������rjn.'.'id  ulties.  ;irr   it.  fjiiick all era tion  jiln.ul   it  lu'rct'lf  this him  '���������������������������T'n at  Jl..mpc:'..'!i.    It '^ he  ed it,"  f-'iid Caspar  m.1  the   kniliing  aiighed     Martha,  stood  move chance    oi  if she came (���������������������������> see  i.ul. what means  .���������������������������he..'. '.   Wlnl is it for?"  inusv a^k Cap'.ai-.i von  !  i^; he who has  a;', lie i.:>  boX   .  VOU  iii-dor-  :;imin-  A flaTu'rinu ticed the imia ns lccipvi or van.ll _  Uy ^iuiiiv'ifi;. crsnttlnU'd susur iu vuttr unci  n'idi:,.'1; >. _. ric . x d .iuious uy/up !n rrnac >\.->,i  ������������������ aj-rv.p bctt(_ t!:an mnyln. _i'.);pldnr i���������������������������. M by  frorcrs. If not send sOc i'or '/. oz. bottle n_. _  .   cii'O lioolf.  Crcicsnt IV.f.   Co., S^a.tJe;, V/a  w^_,r___eljc������������������-TtU������������������W**Jt^u3Gxnvx-jizti-"^irvaa l3Tas.x\vmM.������������������r,M-arfu.ir _ ���������������������������^ir^^_..^_n������������������riv'n������������������^wrv(9ii������������������r_jK.'v3#)f*A.'x_iAnKA������������������__l.HlJO.vx_A������������������. ^'  I HIT  ,1 ���������������������������  ivlar-i  r. two!  I I am:  Talcej  v( turn;  with you|  I 1 I v. ���������������������������  ���������������������������I'jSf  ���������������������������I...  1'-  il  'hen  it's   wani.--tl  io1.  "II   wavi'iint,"  l-.riisqucly.  i: _��������������������������� _t vou   aii'tl  hipl"  oii'i    hug  ely.  no good  exf.'h'iimcd  And lnr.v long  ic luivj sworn  <** A ^_  isake  CHAV'Tl. I IX.  Tlie u:i  may   he  cent re   o  ���������������������������'or two minutes I deemed  ni'.'st.    That    you  wmih!  nie     when    the_ captain  ' rr-H.'  what    I  .rkc.l-place of Zwciilorf. it  rcmcmbc-rcd, lay in the  f  thc    town   a   line     open  .j.!?'. I "angle  witn a  ecu Ire.     Font  of  whieh   on.  road cm   the  benched into  il. was   in  lOiule"   w  with a fountain in  tho  streets   run   into  it,  ran from   thc    main  south,    a second dc-  it from thc west, and  Ihis    that the  "Golden  s    >,iluaU'd.    while,    the  remaining two   enU-rcd   it at   thc  ilh-cast  angles  cave liu'se  (.) inedilale on  letting the two  their town bc-  I     am j in'i'{.h-cast   and   sou  ,'d    the i !'...���������������������������-peetively.       Iu    the     former of  c.-iplaii-i ; these  last' stood  Caspar    Zimnier-  1  nut  1 I,-ii;.nn's house,    li had a large  which  s I  at  the    ba  ck.   Iu  \arc  ].:!ed |ilanks, sawn oak  u'licr woods. neee:-:-ai'v  ia liter's  business,   and  open  wore  mu'.'n  cusfcm  linn .d  of  his  before,  othev's  "But  rt-  . U'IKlship  i:-. no!:  to  . immennanii.  shoulders.  his gold is  .    ll.'.-it-     thev  l-ol'.veon   us,  be refused."  :     IS  but i  COJl-  wiih a shrug  \s I fold you  as  mod  an-  ,   elms,  an.  in  tho caV-  wherc   his  said Martha, as slie  walked ������������������round the chest, "what can  l_. want it fori why it is big cnougn  fuv mc Lo  get into." _      .-  "_ h'. to hold two of you," cried  Caspar gaily. "I was bid make it  huge enough to hold myself, and .1  have done so." , ,  "It is verv strange that he should  need so large a one," said the giv  musingly.    '"Maybe   he  tanks    ol  mnrving_,  and  docs but show jjmso  fo.'ethought    for lua    wile's    pctt.-  ccssl-s    It  were good you too  !,i:.t and made  Herr   Zinimcrmann,  ..���������������������������;..np.-d licr hands, nnd  ,., ., i.n.'Ht of laughter, seatec  .tir (n the object of her curiosity.  i'V_  ������������������ ARR1A  AWARDED DEWAR TROPHY.  the  ir other for yourself,  " and   Martha  vent  giving  lier-  The Dcwar Challenge Trophy is awarded yearly by the  ROYAL AUTOMOBILE CLUB for the most meritorious performance of the year under the general regulations for certified trials.  The New Daimler cngin.i has now been . in the hand,, of  the public for nearly 13 months, quite long enough to prove its  merit; owners are sending in testimonials by every post and  we should like to forward to aoy person or persons interested a complete set of literature fully explaining this marvellous new motor. Send also for our new illustrated booklet,  "The Dcwar Trophy and how ib was won," a history of the  Greatest Engine Test on   Record.  B  er i$tor  COVENTRY,  hi  E.  )., (1904)  S.GLAWD.  IS'y  _; .31  i  xii  IJ  A  Ml s'i__  *>,'>* v  'V  6  I. ;V  Thursday,   September 22, l9i0  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  British Columbia Fruit  in Better Favor in Prairie Market  From $3 to $25  He Vs 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 PROM  $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  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  Loggers' Tools  Builders9 Supplies  Paints, Oils and Varnishes  is complete, and we solicit your  enquiries for prices -  WE DO PLUMBING,  TINSMIT HING  ROOFING'  AND     HEATING  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  ^Establishment^-���������������������������Enderby  Reporting on the fruit market of  the Prairie Provinces as he finds it,  Commissioner Metcalfe says:  Calgary,  Sept.   6_���������������������������In conversation  with the   selling   agent   for White _  Crum, of Lewiston, Idaho, hc stated  they would handle   six hundred carloads this season.   Would market 200  carloads of that amount in these provinces.   He further stated they were  about sold out of   the smaller large  fruits, namely,   plums, prunes, pears  and peaches.     Had    only   about -five  carloads of peaches   to offer for sale  now.    White   &   Crum   control to a  great extent the output of Milton &  Freewater, Ore.,    and also the Alpo-  pai's Orchard Co.'s output of Wawa-  wai, Wash.   Prunes are being quoted  from North Yakima, 40c per case in  peach boxes.    These are not packed,  and are short in weight two pounds  or more in comparison with the four-  basket   plum    crate.    The   packages  cost less, no   paper   being used, and  no cost as to packing, and generally  a poorer grade and quality of prunes  from what I have seen than the fruit  put up in   plum   crates with baskets  and paper.  ������������������Jobbers ' at   this   point and other  points   have   spoken   to   me   of the  wrapping of apples.   They would prefer to have   early   and fall varieties  that are   well   colored not wrapped.  This would   only   apply to early and  fall, varieties, and where the distance  is not. too   great.    ��������������������������� The reason assigned is that .they show up to better advantage,   being much more attractive in appearance, and for that  reason sell more ~ readily.   Green, varieties   and   winter   apples would be  better wrapped for keeping;  Medicine Hat, Sept.- 7.���������������������������Car of  American mixed fruits'- arrived here  yesterday "from Good & Co:,' Leth-  bridge, shipped to them by H. J.  Shinn & Co., Spokane, for H. W. Ireland & Co., retailers here. The  boxes were not marked, neither with  name,.grade,;tier or variety of fruit.  This should not be permitted on the  part of the Dominion Government Inspectors to. allow importers to "offer  for sale, without being marked in  conformity with the requirements' of  the Fruit Marks Act. It is not fair  to our growers and shippers in B. C.  I .may state I have seen some from  B.   C.   not   marked.     Would   advise  growers and shippers invariably to  do so;' it is misleading to purchasers,  whether they be jobbers, retailers or  consumers.  Moose Jaw, Sept. 9.���������������������������Freight agent  reports nine' carloads of B. O. fruit  arrived this point to date, and all in  good condition. Dealers here report  the arrival of Early Triumph peaches  from B. C. in excellent condition,and  of much better quality than anticipated, and are highly pleased with  the product, and state they will handle in future. Dealers further report  much larger quantities sold than ever  before this season. Demand and  consumption are greatly increased. A-  very fine carload of Bartlett pears  arrived here yesterday from Kelowna  for the Rex Fruit Company, Dealers  report them excellent in every respect.  To summarize: Peaches from  American points this date must be  practically over, and if growers and  shippers in B. C. can avoid making  consignments for a time and push  sales in the meantime, even at slightly reduced prices for peaches, with  mixed carloads of other fruits, using  this as .an inducement to jobbers to  buy until markets, are relieved of the  American product which prevail at  present pretty generally at' all the  distributing points, I think it would  be better. Jobbers here state-they  do not anticipate very low prices on  prunes, and to - meet the American  competition ih prunes I think it advisable, at-present, to ship prunes in  peach boxes and save cost in package  paper and ��������������������������� packing, and less weight  of fruit in package; but would not  advise this for the Lower Mainland  shipper of prunes and plums, as they  do not hold up so well in this package as in the four-basket crate, and  it is necessary for fruit to arrive in  good condition if the highest ^'market  prices are to be obtained.. Pears  and crabs are firm.' I do not" think  our-growers and -shippers have any  cause to worry about apples; as'the  jobbers---feel disposed to handle bur  product, having ./knowledge pf our  pack, grade- and ��������������������������� quality, of apples.  But prices will be regulated by.the  American product .offered, and our  growers, and shippers must be prepared to" meet their prices for the  same grade and "quality of fruit.    ,  Snaps now Open:  NINETY ACRES of fine Agricultural land, situated one and one-half miles  from Enderby, with goocl 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 reason-,  able terms.  For further particulars and list of properties, apply to���������������������������  . H. W. HARVEY  Real Estate and Insurance Agent ���������������������������   ,  Agent for The National Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford;   The Nova Scotia Fire Insurance Co.,   The  .London Guarantee and Accident Co., Ltd.  ENDERBY  GRINDROD  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.  ���������������������������  ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������-������������������-���������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch".  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.-  . My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B. ���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns  and  White Wyandotte cockerels '  for sale, from same strains'as my winners.   Prices on application.'-. v  MRS, WADDELL, Prop.  Enderby, B. C.  JAMES  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 Assurance Co. *.    _  RoyalInsuranceCoof Liverpool (Life dept)  The London & Lancashire Guarantee &��������������������������� -  . .   Accident Co., of-Canada./ -   ���������������������������  -,'-   .-     BELL' BLOCK, ENDERBY-I*��������������������������� -}  IN   THE   CHURCHES     ���������������������������-���������������������������'���������������������������  fiHURCH OF" ENGLAND. St. George's Church,  ^ Enderby���������������������������Service every Sunday 8 a.m., 11 a.m.  ancl 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. Hullcai���������������������������Service at 3  p.m. '1th 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..:  "IVTETHODIST 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.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Sunday School,  A 2:30 p.m.: Church service, 11 a. m.; Young  People's meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m.  D. CAMPBELL, Pastor.  A Larger Warming Closet  than ever, in the Kootenay Steel Range, because the  improvement in thc operation of the door adds nearly  five .huridrccfcubic inches to its capacity. Every inch  inside can be used���������������������������and you can always^ depend upon it  for keeping your food piping hot while you wait for some'  special dish to finish cooking. Made of heavy polished  sheet steel, durable and easily cleaned. Besides this  important feature, there arc many exclusive advantages  for you in the  ���������������������������StUP^Me  and the nearest McClary agent will point them out to  you. He will show you why your money will bc best  spent for a Kootenay. Write today to the nearest  McGlary branch for Kootenay booklet. 53  School Shoes for  - boys and girls must be"  made of solid leather���������������������������-  sham-won't do where-  -strength is essential.  Then, too, they must be  comfortable, foot-conforming, wear-resisting, weather-defying  shoes, for the healthy,  hearty school boy or  girl steps on something  besides carpet floors,  and therefore needs not  the finest, but the best  fitting and the best, and  year in and year out you  will find this in the  Ames-Holden School  Shoes���������������������������Shoes built for  hard service.  ASK YOUR DEALER FOR  JIMESJOLOEOHOES..  9\  *���������������������������.  7   n  ;l ��������������������������� In  *_*ii_ii  London,    Toronto,    Montreal,     Winnipeg    Vancouver,    St. John, N B.,   Hamilton,   Calgary  For Sale by A. FULTON, Enderby  FATAL ACCIDENT ON ROAD  On Friday afternoon of last week,  as Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Woodland, of  Salmon" Arm" "were" driving over the  Kault road, at a point where the  track is narrow, the rig struck a  stump and both pcople were, thrown  out. Mr. Woodland fell clear of the  cart ancl was not seriously injured,  but Mrs. Woodland's foot caught, in  some way and she was dragged for  about, half a mile. Mr. Woodland  ran after the horse as soon as he regained his feet, but when it was overtaken Mrs.- Woodland was seriously  bruised about thc hcad and was unconscious. She was hurried to her  home, and all that medical aid could  do was done for her, but without  avail. She passed away early Sunday morning.  BUSHWHACKING THAT  COUNTS  There was a good deal of enthusiasm displayed 'among the settlers on  Monday morning when between 25 and  30 men turned out with axes in hand  to brush out a line for a new road  over the Kault hill, so that the government'engineer will havc little difficulty in locating' the road.���������������������������Salmon  Arm Observer.  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. .  *  5.  ,..,..  '���������������������������}.  The heavy hands of tho grandfather clock had marked the parsing  of an hour, and thc log on the  hearth had burned down to a dull  red since husband, or wife- had  spoken. The man had drawn his  chair close to the tire, and, with  hands loosely clasped, sat gazing  Icng and abstractedly, now at the  glowing oi'ibers. now at the paper  whieii lay folded on his knee.  Once or twice hc looked across  thc room to where his wife sat at  thc hay window. The winter afternoon was drawing to a close,  and her head was bent over the  sock sho was darning in hcr efforts  cot to lose thc last fleeting gleam  of sunshine.  At length he laid down his pipe,  and there was a puzzled uneasiness  in his glance as it rested on hcr.  Tint the small head with its neat  coil oi grey hair remained .bent,  and after a. moment'., hesitation he  resumed his gaze into the fire.  At length, carefully smoothing  out thc newspaper, he said slowly :  I'WcIl, Ellen, this will of Henry's  is certainly a surprise, and it's  hard to believe it all at once."  He paused and then continued :  "Hc was always a queer fellow, was  my cousin Henry, making money  ore day, losing ifc thc next. No ono  .ver heard of him since he went  West'to try his luck again. And  now to thiak of his dying out there  a rich man and leaving his fortune  to us."  "And you aro certain it is���������������������������to  us." the woman asked, -with her  eyes fixed on thc sock.  "Why, yes���������������������������at least, that's what  the paper here means by 'nearest  of kin.' Henry never had any brothers or sis.ers, and mine are all  dead. Besides us there's only my  nephew Tom ifc could go to, and ifc  will  bc   his  some day."  There vas no answer, and the  needle sped quickly to and fro. Thc  man watched it silently for some  minutes, then hc noticed with quick  pain that the hand which held it  looked thin- and worn. "Ellen,"  h . said gently, "you shall havc thafc  dress now."  Then the woman looked up. She  had a very sweet, gentle face, and  in spite of thc wrinkles it held more  than one trace of past beauty and  of  past suffering."  "Why, what dress, Ben?" shc  .asked.  "The one wc saw in thc shop window before wc were married. I  promised I'd buy it for you when  I got rich; don't you remember  it?"  There was a touch of disappointment in thc question, and the woman was quick to detect it.  "Indeed, I do remember ifc, Ben,"  5hv said eagerly. "Ifc was the loveliest pale blue with little daisies in  it. and "  added  the man.  little hands plying the needle, when  hc said:  "Ellen, you will not have to darn  or mend any more now." Tho woman shook her hcad.  "Thafc wouldn't do for mc," shc  said. "I. havc grown so used to  work that I couldn't stop now."  "Well, let us sec what we are  to do with our money," said thc  man cheerily. "I suppose you will  have to work a little if you want  :.o, but you said this morning tliat  the furniture and dishes were worn  out and shabby."  Thc woman looked at the I able  v. liich was laid for the evening  meal, and here her eyes rested on  tho Dclf set whieh had been a wed-  ENGLAND LOSING BLOOD  ding-gft. Ifc was battered, with  edges out of thc cups and plates,  Ruu thc handle of the teapot held  in place by tightly wound wire. It  brought to hcr mind the sorrow of  their life, thc "death of their only  child, whose baby fingers broke the  handle.  "I don't think I could give up  thc old set," she said unsteadily.  "We could keep ifc to look afc sometimes, even if we had new ones,  cculdn't wo, dear?"  The man did nofc answer. He  was looking afc the mended teapot,  and the woman wondered if a  child's frightened cry had come  echoing to hiin across the years as  ifc had to her.  "Ben," she said hesitatingly,  "when you used to read to mc of  countries and places far away you  used fco say, 'When we are .rich wc  will  see that for ourselves.' "  "We can go now if���������������������������if you like,"  answered the other.  Then suddenly0 there was silence.  Thc half-darned sock fell unheeded  to tho floor.  "Ben," shc cried appealingly,  "do you think if wc were to go to  Heaven rich my little onc would  know us? If our riches would  change us so she would not know  us. I think even there my heart  wculd break."  A big, rough hand was laid tenderly on hcr own, and the man's  voice was strangely husky as he  said : "Ellen, I don't think wc need  Henry's money, after all," and,  when she turned to him quickly, hc  added: "There's Tom."  "ires," shc whispered, "and ho  is young, and the monev will'mean  far more to him than to us. I think  HER REST  THE  PEOPLE LEAVING  OLD LAM).  lhc National Stamina Vt'anes, and  Population is Crowding  Into Cities.  On the faco of it, says the Man-  ch_slcr Guardian, it may nob bc  ucll when a nation sends thousands  of its sons across the sea. It depends entirely on the sort of sous  it sends.  Emigration is rather like blood-  lotting. Tho letting of bad blood  and of unwholesome humors oftimes  relieves-the patient, and even restores him to health; tho letting of  good blood, on thc other hand,  leads always to weakness, and, if  prolonged, to death itself.  There aro quite a lofc of people  who could bc spared from England  ���������������������������our idlers, to wit, our wastrels,  our detrimentals, moral and physical.  In the last census, more than six  hundred thousand adults wrote  themselves down as of "no occupation."  But these are not thc people  whom the emigrant ships bear off  towards the setting sun. On thc  whole, our country is a pleasant  sort of placo 'for parasites, and,  anyhow, the parasite is a clinging  animal; the wastrel is an unenterprising one.  FIGHTERS AND WOIIKERS.  Those of our fellow-countrymen  whom we are losing jusfc now arc,  if not tho best,    at least    of  thc  mere surely than another, it is that  no civilization can be-based, or can  for long be sustained upon aught  but agriculture, .nd the reason is  thafc only the men bred in agricultural districts ancl trained by agricultural pursuits can hold a civilization against its foes from without.  YEOMEN THE HEAL THING.  We should do well to remind ourselves from time to timo that it was  a, few thousand agriculturists, not  a few thousand factory hands; or  bankers' clerks, or even professional footballers, who for three years  or thereabouts kept a British army  at bay in South Africa.  England is losing her agriculture,  and she is losing it from many and  multifarious causes, thc first and  most important of which is that the  NEW FIGHTING  MACHINE.  Airships Will be    Deadly on   tho  Field of J}aide.  In destroying troops on thc  ground the airship will take no  serious risk. Its position makes ifc  practically omniscenfc, so far as the  movements of its enemies on tho  ground are concerned. Only pj\������������������<  pared artillery can possibly" hit iL v  therefore ifc will attack only when  artillery is not ready, lb will work  to windward at a Jow level; then  rise inlo the high winds of tho  ''zone of safety," and swoop over  unprotected bodies of infantry and  cavalry with the speed of an express train. Or at night ifc will  swing searchlights (steadied by  wind-vanes   and  electrically   focu's-  ag.rici.lfcu.-al laborer has learned to! ecd) hundreds of feet below" its  dislike his job and learned how to  escape "from it���������������������������-to Canada and  other places.  SYMPATHY AS A CUKE.  car,  somehow we havc enough."  And when thc darning was resumed a, moment later thc face  which bent over it wore a look of  joy and peace and the familiar place  looked morc cheerful and homelike  than ever to thc two that even for  a, short time had contemplated the  many things that riches could buy.  GREEN IS  UNLUCKY.  This is   (he   Pronouncement  Well-known   Prophetess.  Green is an    unluckv color  of a  cording  "Green leaves,"  ____A!_C' i_ was so soft,  and still it  sounded si 1 ky.    1 havc never seen  another dress   like it���������������������������and   I havc  ne\or wanted  onc so much."  "Well, you havc had to waib a  long time, but you will havc it  now," her husband said promptly;  but she answered with a smile that  ���������������������������wat half   regretful,  half amused.  "Why, .Ben, L wa.s only a foolish  young girl then. That blue silk  must be old and worn out now, and  faded, too, like my eyes. Vou said  it matched them  then."  "They're jusfc the same now," the  man persisted, but she retorted  with a  bright   little laugh.  "Ben,   dear,   are  you   trying   lo  make   fun of   mc ?    A  I'd be in a pale  woman with <_.-ey  ac-  to thc latest pronouncement of Mme. dc Thebes, the well-  known "prophetess," says a Louder Daily Mail despatch from  Paris. "I say, let English women,  when they go back to color, beware  of green," the seer said, in her  quaintly - furnished apartments,  h ang. w.i th_hu nd red s-o f..nl asi e v-eas tS:  welly sight  Ires., now, an oh!  iair and wrinkle-;.  No, no, this is gnod enough," and  a rough, little hand stroked thc  black  merino softly.  "It will l)e very nice of you,  Ben," shc said presently. "I've  been thinking of all you can do  now we're rich. There's that little plot adjoining our property to  even off our garden you've been  wanting for many years, and you  can get another horse to take thc  placo oi Jack, as you were saying  lenly yesterday how slow he had  become."  "Urn, yes, poor f. *!i'ow! But I  think he'd feel queer and I'd feel  queer if I were to drive any other  horse now. Aud as to that bit of  garden, wc couldn't take our  neighbor's ground just because wc  arc rich,  could wc 1"  "No,"   the   woman  said  quietly,  but she looked across at the figure  beside the  fi ro with  a vcry loving  smile.  The main w .? looking at thc tired  of the hands of  noted  personages,  and with mascots and talismans.  "My reasoning is quite simple,"  shc proceeded. "Happiness and  success in life depend on the quantity of the rays one emits. Happiness depends on light and brightness. That is why thc ancients  chose white as their mourning color.. Women ought to wear as much  white as  possible.  "When thc world was shaped the  tiecs were given their green to  shade men from thc sun, so green  stands for darkness and is ill-starred. 1 have gone deeply into all  iii.'; absorbingly-interesting question of the influence of colurs, precious stones, and .lowers on human  destinies. One of my latest successes is to destroy the influence of  the [jig as a luck-bringer. Not an  unclean pig, but the sacred elephant is the real mascot, and I am  I sellr g to my clienis numbers of  j elephant charms in virgin-white  onyx and solid silver. And look at  mv rooms!" Indeed, there were  elephants in wood, china and silver  o\ cry where.  NOTHING PERSONAL, OF  COURSE.  "It is every woman's dutv to  keep young as long as possible,"  shc said :  "Yes," he admitted, "but tho  great trouble is that so many women insist on keeping young after  ib is impossible."  ��������������������������� *   ALL SILENT.  Have you overheard anybody recently wishing for an old-fashioned  sm miner .  best, that we have among us:  those, afc any rate, who .can least  happily be spared. England wants  workers; England may want lighters, and England is parting with  both'. . . in many thousands.  If the phenomenon bc a phenomenon of evil some slight comfort  may bo derived from tho reflection  that it is not a new phenomenon.  It ia constant.aud ever recurring.  For a good many centuries there  ha* been an outflow, a human outflow, from these islands.,.. The vcry  fact of the existence of thc United  States of America, with their eighty millions or so population talking English, speaks loudly of the  emigration   of the past.  EMIGRATION MADE EMPIRE.  Emigration, moreover, is fche reason why so large a portion of the  world's map is painted red. So  many of our kin go to Canada now  because so many of our kin went  to Canada in days gone by. Had  it not been for emigration there  would bo no Canada for our kin  to go to; there would bo only a  waste land, or a strange, foreign  land speaking a strange, foreign  tongue.  A writer in a contemporary,  much alarmed by thc continued emigration, makes tho statement thafc  our population no longer increases.  The census figures disprove this. In  twenty years our population increased between six and seven million __T.hc_ncxt-_.nsus_.v_ 11. nc.doubt  show a further increase of threo  and a half millions in thc past decade.  and fire from the dark above on a  well-illuminated mark.  Manoeuvring will play the greatest part in its development as a  fighting machine, and in general its  tactics will bc that of jiu-jitsu--a  quick and sudden blow at a vital  part,  with no possibility of return.  Ifc is at this point that the aeroplane will play its vitally important  part. Thc speed of these craft, will  be some 20 miles an hour greater  than that of thc larger ships; they  will be, by their small size aud rapid and eccentric motion, absolutely immune from gun firc,0and when  fully developed, they can bo counted on to carry at least two- men  and a machine rillc. Scouting ac-  rophu es will get in touch with the  enemy while the airship is hidden  below the windward horizon. Wirc-  lcsr equipment, for a short distance, can be carried by aeroplanes  and thc airships, similarly equipped, will bc exactly informed of all!  openings for attacks before the en-,  emy has an inkling of their whci'O'  abouts.  PLENTY OF A KIND.  So that wc can spare a few hundred thousand emigrants, and still  be strong in numbers. England is  not, as the writer above referred  states, "being turned into a desert,.'" ;   ���������������������������   What, in point of facfc we are  turning England info is a number  o'! densely-packed industrial centres. In the last eight years London has increased its population  by 300.000, Manchester by 100,000,  Shcfiicld by 00,000, and,, so on  through the list of all our great  cities and towns���������������������������tho cities and  fc wins in wliich men work, in which  they make things.  These people arc fed to a great  and to an ever-increasing extent by.  the labor of men who have emigrated in days gone by, and their children will be fed by the labor of men  who arc emigrating to-day. Speaking broadly, fo export a laborer is  sooner or later to import food,  especially if that laborer happens  to bc landed at a Canadian port.  STRONG NAVY.  So long as wc continue to worry  about our navy we need not to  worry about our food supply. Canadian producers will pub ib fasb  enough and in suflicient quantify  upon tho corn ships, if only our  cruisers and battleships see to it  that it gets here.  No, it is not tho supply of agricultural produce that needs greatly  t--> trouble our thoughts. Ifc is the  supply of agricultural men. If  history teaches    one ��������������������������� great lesson  Marvellous Cures by Stone Gods iu  Japan.  Evcry one knows the comfort little people derive from a kiss on the  bruised spot, a loving pat, soft and  seething, on the- ' bumped head.  Even folk of greater growth are  not proof against such sympathetic  alleviations of their pain of body or  mind. A tender little bit of human  nature is thafc told by Gilbert Watson in "Three Rolling Stones in  Japan." The author visited a temple where one of the big sfconc gods  was supposed to heal all bodily  hurts.  "How docs he work his cures?"  asked I.  "By personal contact. Bub thc  place you wish healed with the same  hand you havc rubbed him. If we  wait wc will bc sure to sec some onc  try it." ���������������������������  No ono came for a long "time, save  one old woman, who laid a little  bunch of flowers between thc feefc  of the image, in gratitude, doubtless, for restoration from disease.  By and by. a shrill childish cry made  uo turn. A little girl had fallen  and hurt herself; the little knee  had bruised itself against the sharp  corner of an uneveu flagstone  Tears, welled up in her eyes and  trickled down her cheeks as the  small one held up her knee for tho  eld woman's inspection. Thc rose-  leaf sk'n was broken where the  pavement had scratched it.  Tho old woman bent over thc little sufferer and whispered, consolation. The look of pain passed, and  confidence took its place. Hand in  hand, the two crossed over to the  figure of thc god. Thc woman clapped her hands, uttered a prayer,  stroked the god's knee with her  withered hand, and then . rubbed  the little human knee verv tender-  iy  Tho cure was effected at once;  the. child smiled up at thc ugly deity gratefully, with naive affection  in hcr eves. Thc impassive stone  statue seemed beautiful to her now.  Thc dear  old  god  had   kissed her  ki?ec "and made it well, so of course! would be effectual.    Mr.  Churchill  she loved him, and would think of  had with him Mr. Mastcnnan,  ITn-  ���������������������������liini-oltcn.-sitting.thoroJn_tho_!cm- _<!ej__Sccrctar,v_;_Si������������������.Eycjyfl Ruggles^  pic, waiting to heal little children' Brisc,   KTUTR.," (Jiiairman   of    tho  CANNOT PAY FINES.  Case of People Sent, to Prison foi  Their Poverty.  The  frequent committals  to  prison of persons  who  arc unable to.  pay   forthwith fines   imposed   upon'  them ������������������������������������������������������often  for minor    offences ���������������������������  have been  brought by tho Howard  Association  to    the    notice of tho  British Home Secretary.   The association has for many years contended thafc to send people to prison bc- .  cause of their poverty is disastrous  alike to    the    individual    and  tho  Stale.  The late Home Secretary sent out'  a recommendation that time should  be allowed for payment when.,tho  offenders had settled homes and occupations. The recommendation  has, however, proved ineffectual,  and thc association asked tlie  Home Secretary to receive a deputation on the subject.  Mr. Churchill at once granted an  interview,  at which the deputation .  suggested that nothing less than a  ���������������������������  law giving to offenders who had settled abodes a few weeks' grace bc- .  fore they were committed to prison  who had hurt themselves.  THE WAR AGAINST HAIL.  Notwithstanding scientific demonstrations of its inutility, thc prac-  'tis" of bombarding' thunder-clouds  with "hail cannon" continues in  many of the vine-growing regions of  France and northern Italy. - Tho  theory underlying this practice is  thafc thc discharges disrupt thc  clouds and prevent lhe formation of  hail. Much money has been spent  on the needful apparatus and many  vii.c-growers have an enthusiastic  confidence in it. A new effort to  convince thc advocates of thc system lhat they arc wasting their  t:mc and money has just been reported to the Paris Academy of  Sciences. It is based upon a companion of records of losses in tho  Department of the Rhone for 20  years before and for 10 years since  the cannon wero introduced, and ifc  shows that the losses havo slightly  increased instead of diminishing  since the war on hail  __.-   was begun.  WHERE WE GET ASBESTOS.  Morc than four-fifths of tho  world's supply of asbestos comes  fiom the Province of Quebec, in  what is known as the serpentine  belt, running through the townships  of Thetford, Coleraine, Robertson  and .Droughlon, about 100 miles  from Montreal. While the history  of the industry dates back to 1877,  it; has only expanded to its present  proportions during the last few  years. Thc province has already  produced over $25,000,000 worth of  asbestos, and is now averaging $2,-  ^00,000 worth a year.  Prison Commission, and Sir Edward Troupe, head of the Statistical Department.  The whole cf these gentlemen  heartily approved of the suggested  reform, Sir E. Ruggles-Brise greatly strengthening the case by producing a list of men now undergoing imprisonment in a London prisen" wlio possessed settled' abodes,"  and who declared that they could  have paid their fines had a liLll.  time been allowed them. It was*  alsc-.stated that a Governor of a  London .prison recently said that afc  lcaH one-fourth of those daily un-  dei his charge ought not to bc in  prison at all.  Mr. Churchill said thc system  was intolerable, and that he would  give instant attention to the matter, for it was evident that the sons  of iiooi- pcople were sent to prison  lo: small offences that would bo  condoned in the 'sons of wealthier  people. He wa.s grateful to tho  Howard Association for  this  matter before him.  bringing  ELECTRICITY  IN MILLS.  In the development of electricity  as a motive power for cotton-mills  in England, the plan has generally  been adopted of using a separate  motor in every room. In . German  mill this system has been pushed  even farther, each machine having  its own motor, so that no shafting  is employed. In Lancashire and  Yorkshire many cotton and othef  mills have recently adopted electrical, driving exclusively. It ia  claimed that there is a considerable  increase in the output of tlw* mills.I  _ ,'1  hi  _  VJk  ���������������������������v|  ']]  .11  vt tb  ^  /  WORDS OF CAUTION  '��������������������������� to young MOTHERS  Mothers must    keep  guard over  ���������������������������th&..health of their little ones during the summer months.    Summer  is an anxious, time for all mothers,  ni.t more especially for young mothers.    It is the'most fatal time of  the year for babies and young children.    Ifc is then that stomach and  bewel troubles come almost without  warning, and often before the mother realizes there  is any  danger,  tho hfcfc'c one may be beyond aid.  Ihe  mother must take   strict cau-  tior to keep her little one's stom-  HIS SPELLING.  Little Wee had been brought up  to be polifce, and-not to.interrupt  when there was company unless it  was very important. He always  remembered this and kept very  quiet. One clay there were visitors,  who talked and stayed and stayed,  until poor little Wee was tired. He  wished them to go, but not-for anything would he let them see this.  All of a; sudden he thought of a  nice plan that his mother and father knew when hc was too little  to spell and.they did not want to  hurt his feelings. So in a little  pause in the ladies' talk. Wee said,  SHE WASN'T SKEPTICAL.  Young Lady���������������������������Thc last bread I got  of you^was so hard I couldn't eat  ��������������������������� Baker (indignantly)���������������������������Young lady,  1 want you to know that I made  bread before you were born.  , Young Lady���������������������������Oh, I don't doubt  it. I think that was sonic of it vou  sold me. ������������������������������������������������������" . ������������������������������������������������������       so quickly  and  thoroughly as Baby's Own Tablets.  liic Tablets should always be kept  m the house.. An occasional dose  will keep baby well or if illness  comes on suddenly thc Tablets will  quickly remove the cause and makc  baby well and happy. Sold by mo-  <i3cine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Onfc.  _*.  *      TRUTH IN A NUTSHELL.  "Move inside,  gents,"  cried thc  conductor on the  crowded trolley.  "Ye're breakin' tho rules slandin'  on the platform here."  "Some o' them ain't," pined up  a little man. "They're sbandin' on  niy feet."  ah the visitors laughed and kissed  him good-by, and gave him his good  mother _ all to himself.���������������������������Youth's  Companion.  THE ONE THING.  There arc a million things I want  And hope to get somehow;  But just a glass of lemonade  Is. all I think of now..  The Bowels Must Act'Healthily.  ���������������������������In most ailments the first care of  the medical man is to sec that thc  bowels are open and fully performing their functions. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills arc so compounded that  cei-tain ingredients in them act on  thc bowels solely and (hev are tho  ycry best medicine available to produce healthy action of the bowels,  inoccd, there is no other specific so  serviceable in keeping the digestive'  organs injiealthful action '  "TI.KJffKXo . MAX,������������������SI_ .r.S.lRON  .ill;! Wire I .lioea ab factor? prices.  .rile for..booklet.-  Add res.,���������������������������.'Toronto.  CHENILLE CURTAINS  mid all Kinds of !iou_ h:ing!n_ , ulso  LflCE CURTAINS DVE01I-^������������������ ccl"nsi>  ���������������������������n������������������w_i miiiiii i������������������j__m*__ L I It C.     Nt w.  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Bcl1 ndviBGd me to use  MINARDS LINIMENT, diluted at first,  tnen stronger a.s thc sores began to look  better, until after three week, tlio sores  have healed, and best nf all. the hair is  erowmg well, and is NOT WHITE as is  .most always the case  in horse wounda  tVeymouth. ��������������������������� * M" D0^_r.  EESIST EVIL.  If a bribe is offered you,  Promptly spurn it;,  U you write a thing untrue,  ^Better burn it;  Tf you ever go amiss  ,And in stealing seek for bliss.  Should you merely steal a kiss,  Best return it.   *  %cr��������������������������� "In some countries sheet  music is sold'by _hc pound."  Gyer���������������������������"Yes, and a iood deal of  i". is played hy the same method in  ttis country."  ioi'. .^sti"ipossibi������������������to stMd ������������������i a;s5mo^c  AN ADDER.  Tommy���������������������������"There's   a girl   at our  school, ��������������������������� mamma, " they call 'Postscript.'    Do-you know why?"  Mamma���������������������������"No,  dear."  Tommy���������������������������"Because her name  is  f    'That was because I kept pulling  cm out of your way,  ma'am," he  replied.  Winard _  Liniment Cures Cargct in Cows.  Smite a fly on one cheek and ho  returncth  to the other.  SEE THAT YOU GET THD REAL THING.  -Unscrupulous makers are putting up a  P_ _,_?i-C1L ������������������f " T?le D- * h" ��������������������������� Menthol  I Lawren1cSecfnUlne  ,B made  by  Davi9  /'What did you think of that girl  at' hcr coming-out party?"   "Well  to  be  perfectly    frank,  I thought  she'd .better go back-" ������������������  ��������������������������� Much distress and sickness in  children is caused by worms. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  gives relief by. removing the cause.  Cive it a trial and be con vi n ee d. _  A SUM IN ADDITION.  Herr Pastor���������������������������"I've made seven  people happy to-day; I've just married three couples."  Friend���������������������������"But that's only six people."  Herr Pa.slor-"\Vcll. how about  myself?"  ALSO THE TIN  To a gentleman who had married  the daughter of a rich biscuit baker a friend said :  "So you have taken, not the  cake,   but the biscuit'this time?"  "Yes, and the-tin with it," was  the witty, if ungallant, reply.  "Man" is Filled With Misery."���������������������������  This is not true of all men. The  well, sound of lung, clear of eye,  ilJ^Lfc.Jll"1__buoyanL_with_.health ,__ar_e_  rot miserable, whatever may be  their social condition.   To be well is  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  HOW HE ADVERTISED.   .  " Wi fie���������������������������"Be sure to advertise for  i' ido in th������������������ morning newspapers "  ������������������ Aext day the wife read as" follows  :n thc newspapers:  "Lost���������������������������A mangy lapdog, with" one  eye and no tail. Too fat to walk.  Answers to the name of Fido. If  returned stuffed, large reward."  An Easy Pill to Take.���������������������������Some persons have repugnance to.pills   because of   their " nauseating taste  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are so  prepared  as to  make  them agreeable to -the most fastidious.      The  most delicate can take them without feeling the revulsion that follows the  taking  of ordinary pills.  This is one reason for the-popularity of these   celebrated  pills,  but  the main reason is their high tohi-  ca! quality as  a medicine for the  stomach.  If every housekeeper would use  Wilson's Fly pa,is f;.cc,y dm.ing j]lc  siriiiiticr months, thc house fly peril  Mould soon bc greatly 'diminished.  .   AS INDICATED.  Myer-"Ever notice that dilapidated old-umbrella Jones carries?"  ���������������������������Gyer-"Yes. It is evidently onc  of the,shades of his ancestors."   '  Holloway's Corn Cure destroys  ad kinds of corns and warts, root  an* branch. Who. then .would en-  o.ure them with such a cheap and  effectual remedy within reach ?  ABSENT-MINDED SCOTCHMAN.  The Scotchman could not find his  [ticket. On thc conductor's second  round it? was still missing. "What's  that in your mouth?" he asked,  bure enough/there was the missing  ticket. The conductor,punched'it  arid went his way. ' !'Ah, !we'cl,"  said Sandy, in reply to his fellow-'  passengers' banter, "I'm nae sae  absent-minded as ye. wad think.  ion was a vera auld ticket and I  *vas. jist sucken aff the. date."  jiffrmity  .Jieg  KINGSTON  ONTARIO.  ARTS  EDUCATION  THEOLOGY  MEDICINE  SCIENCE (Including Engineering)  The Arts course may be taken without  attendance, but students desiring to grad'  ?uate mur. attend one cession.   There  Yana '5 ' ^ slui^ent3 registered session  1909-10. ���������������������������  For Calendars, write the Registrar,    "  GEO. Y. CHOWN, B.A.  14 Kingston, Ontario,  i h  Positively protects     horses,  cattle, and all  livestock from  horn-flies,  blow-flies, ���������������������������'  ������������������.ad - flies,   '  ,. Hce",:mites,1 *  and all these insects which worry them  almost to death iu thc hot weather.     '   "  ���������������������������  -  Your cows.will give ^.niore milk, your  horses will-.work belter,  your sheep will .  bo healthier, if you use FLY KNOCKER  r LY :  KNOCKER  Wlnard's   Liniment Cures   Distemper  Thede. .riiclini. of (lie lions. fly is  a public iliily.   Almost all J.o.inls  of Ileal.h are now   carrying on a  iTiis.-Hlf .ig;.i..s( il.   ,v. bulletin re-  (.Tiflly issued hy lhe Dominion Gov-  oi'iiim. il slates thai no house ily is  free from disease g������������������rm.s.   Use Wilson's Fly J'ads freely and persist-  Piitly, and do   your share towards  (. vlcrminaling this   menace to the  g;til)lie health.  AT A DISADVANTAGE.  Two boys who managed to be rather unruly in school so exasperated their teacher that she ordered  them to re_nain after hours and  .write their names one thousand  limes...-  They plunged into the task. Some  fifteen.- minutes later one oi them  grew uneasy, and. began watching  tis companion in disgrace.  Suddenly the watcher burst out  mth despair, between his sobs, and  eaio-.to the teacher : " 'Tain't 'fair  anim; his name's Bush, and   mine  cchl.ttermeyer."  to be happy, and we can all be well  by getting and keeping our bodies  in a healthful state. Dr. Thomas'  EcJectrie Oil will help all te do this.  The world is quite infatuated with  lhc use of black and white stripes  for simple morning frocks.  ��������������������������� Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  NO GRAMMARIAN.  Weary Willie���������������������������Lady, kin yousc  give a poor feller a bite t' cat?  Mrs. Rurallum���������������������������Why, certainly.  Did you see a pile of" wood as you  came in 1  Weary Willie���������������������������Yes'm, I seen it.  Mrs. Ilurallum���������������������������You mean you  saw it.  Weary Willie (beating it while his  shoes were good)���������������������������'Sense mc, lady,  bur I ain't no grammarian  10  ONEGA  WATCH  ��������������������������� Quickly, easily aad economically an-  plied wilh a sprayer. One gallon will  protect 25 cows for-two weeks, at a cost  of less than one cent a day each:  $175 A GALLON  SOc.     A    QUART  WM. COOPER 4 KEPJiEWS  Toronto:  Cut This Out  AND READ EVERY WORD  10  OMEGA  WATCHES  FREE  DOTS  in the outside circle  around  the Omega Watch  INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTESTANTS  ������������������$&������������������������������������__ ffiU������������������l_������������������>%tta.nwaift?S  FTn?C_   ������������������.  "VJWrtcard, "ark on tU   oulRido  'For  -S?IJ ?������������������"������������������^^ -  win recoH _ itrnotluter than Aii(_. 10th, 1010, to  ELMS B������������������OS.,lt)8  .OXfiK ST., TORONTO  Answers ninyrettch us any time "on  "r>h,oro AiigiHtlOth. "HO.   Results  will bo announced in this paper early  in- .optombor.   Tho prizes will bo  (lra\        ��������������������������� m   lh������������������ ������������������nl0r '���������������������������thoy aro  Somo prominent, diHintorosted  person   in   Toronto     will    ho  roqnested to draw tho winning  nmwor . 6  .Ton watches only will bo  Ki v������������������;n a way but ovory ono who  w_worK oorrecDly will roceivo  ft consolation prize.  If thoro 111. not ten corrrcfc  answers tho balance of tho  watches will ��������������������������� ho sent to tho  next noaroat.  About all you have to do to make  a boy hate any particular kind of  food is to tell him that it is healthful  A Letter from one of Last  Year's Winners  ^ Codarvi.lc, April 18, .910.  J. ear Sir . ���������������������������Lust surnmor I won  alo-iewol Sturling Case Watch-as'  third prize and I may say that It Is  O.K. in every respect.  And I may say that if Ellis Bros, do  _��������������������������� rni,c.ll, ',or otllcr9 is thoy did In my caso  they will do moro than thoy advortiso.  If thoro aro any   who dosiro information in  rofcard to tho Omega Watch pioaso direct him to mo  -  '       _XT_n\_r������������������* ������������������_    V^i -i____A_     ������������������^_______.___-       ___ _  ISSUE NO." 30-10.  Wishing Ellis Bros, success, I romain. yours truly. 1 _), Pnt_   .._".���������������������������,   val"������������������'" ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..       eioiy,  -      -������������������������������������������������������:. (Signed) John Gillospio, ^darvnle. Ont.     fffch^f " Jewclefl. ���������������������������������������������*������������������ Atted into host "K^i"  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������   -       ��������������������������� ���������������������������  -.   _  ^  . r "��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� .....18.78  AND GET A PRIZE  cmnhin _!'��������������������������� ft g������������������������������������d GyU'.and !l liUla l,:lf io������������������c<-'-    1'he  SElr,my:w n you ft v,ihiiible wfttch  ������������������o_,-i,.y7  ''^ lry lt,.m3'^y, full particulaiB  are printed bcW.    " R0lld Kvery Won!."  LIST OF PRfZES ~  fir!l���������������������������!?i,?$������������������*]������������������������������������������������������f-?F'W'' Waloho.. all  .Ladies' ii_.es.     _..'.'.5 artl ������������������������������������"_L',i Bi_!0?.,V,_,.Ai_ro  Men's Prizes  ,8������������������ul_'f0r"i0,"CK'1" 21   Jowoleil.   works  "       ,l*,t" bc>st "SoverelKi." Uold   Filled  Uieo.   (_sh vii uo  ������������������ ������������������ on  2nd    Prize -" OimiKft "     17 ' .l7.w������������������j  woikH  llt.ted into be.it "Sov, .Z,, ������������������  Jni   Hrlxe-'O.noicii"   I..  .Uw������������������l.J  Gold  Hll,.d Cas .   Cash  v������������������.u .  ��������������������������� ���������������������������     iij (j |   I  <lli  lJn/.������������������~" Omesa " is'jcwil.  "blrcr Oxidized"Ctusc.   du..  valuo.  .       <)oCq  5th J,rlz..;-"qnii'Ba"''i5.J.wel.  '"' ��������������������������� H.,'"- 'w/_ "fes '��������������������������� ������������������tte ti   into   bo..  fUe _iil" Sterling Silver Ciwo.  eHjjli value ���������������������������.,.. 59,75  Ladies' Priz _s  1st Priijo_"Oni0Ka" 15 Joweled,  ������������������������������������������������������?iriC8_1M0d_ ,,,t0 "RcK"l"  Ilk  Solid   Gold   Caso.   Cash  v&luo,  , _.*l ^'"T1.  ]"^'' ��������������������������������������������� ' Jowe _S  _",_.,* 1!tlcd u,lt> ocst"Sorereitrn'1  Gold K,llod Ca_e.   Cash val _. $_&o.  . t3r01 Pri������������������c-������������������Onii!gR- 15 Jeweled, work.  fitted into tho  best "Silver Oxidized"  Caso    Cashvnlue  fit') wi  4th iPrlKo-"OmeKa"   15   Jewled',"wo'rk������������������  EVERY CONTESTANT WILL RECEIVE A PR_?E  To those whe.are not fortunate to win a watch we will send absolutely free of chaW a _1 on _W  n iV"Y  e will accept at any timo as part payment on an On,ega Watch at th J Mtablished iSiiS.?;;^J0n������������������Doll.r)coll.Po������������������. which  PARTICULARS  men  Thc winners of tlie fivo men's watches will be determined" bv drawina fiva .������������������������������������������������������.��������������������������� *_     iL "*; "   only.  Th, winners of thc five ladies' watohos will bcdete.Sinodljl^2l^ r.?ivod (rom  EB     ���������������������������      ��������������������������� _������������������������������������������������������_       w 1      im_.   ___   _____-_. ������������������ mumy*sr������������������nonreauom.u,ditsualr,  LLIS BROS. -A"��������������������������� -��������������������������� v^z?* ^port������������������������������������  108 Yonge St..   TOROWTQ, Cs^j ���������������������������    . J_ -Jl.   11-  _������������������*_i'&_>i*.'i.������������������-^;.V.M  V4  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,   September 22, I9i0  Dominion  Laxative Cascara  Bromide  Quinine Tablets  Will cure a cold in a few  hours. It is dangerous at  this season of the year to  let a cold hang on. And  it is needless, too, when  a box of Bromide Tablets  will cure it so quickly.  A. REEVES  0 Comment and Affirmation 0  L '  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St.  Enderby  We have just received  a lot of  New  furniture  and have more coming  _<>0<>OC<>_<>C<>C<KX>_<K_0-_<KK>  Lowest Prices in the  Valley  For the next 30 days will  give BARGAINS in Carpets,    Rugs   and    Mats.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  Cooking Stoves  Coal and Wood  Heaters  Ranges, Etc.  I have added a standard line  of these goods and am prepared to quote you prices.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  3������������������e=xan^stilLshow  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  on  cut at the present time  Our  Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  ������������������ 4'. 4.4" $ <S^_x$_>$$*^^_^$_4>__.> $  ! E. J. Mack |  i  % Livery, Feed & Sale Stables I  | ���������������������������       ENDERBY, B. C.        |  I  ������������������ ���������������������������--��������������������������� I  |>    Good Rigs;   Careful Dnv-1  & ers; Draying of all kinds.     <f  _> f  %    Comfortable and Commo-1  J> dious Stabling for teams.     |  <_ ��������������������������� ���������������������������_  _> . ��������������������������� _>  |> Prompt attention to all customers <S>  a ���������������������������                                                   <s>  ���������������������������������������������> Land-seekers  ancl  Tourists in  x vited to give us a trial.  <">  Seeds of   kindness   will grow with  every flower you cultivate,  Ever since Premier McBride declined  | to shape his railway policy after the  ' plans laid by "Bruce" McConnell, he,  | "Bruce",  has,  by sarcasm,������������������������������������������������������ vituperation and argument been endeavoring  j to convince the people of British Columbia that the McBride Government  iis sending the Province to the dimni-  j tion   bow-wows.     Nothing seems too  | ridiculous   for    "Bruce" to fall upon  in his determination to prove Premier  McBride a   false   alarm.   And all the  while the pcople of British Columbia  are smiling at "Bruce" as they might  at a clucking   hen   having hatched a  setting of duck   eggs and being fearful of the safety of her brood as they  make for   the   water.      In his latest  spasm "Bruce" says:  "Out of its own mouth the government of British Columbia stands condemned for its lack of a land settlement policy, and it is convicted of  the folly of advertising the needs of  the province while doing absolutely  nothing to provide for them."  And then "Bruce" proceeds to condemn the policy of the government  for the fact that for dairy products,  eggs and poultry British Columbia  sends out of the province in an average year $4,000,000.-For meats nearly  $3,000,000 are annually expended.  From foreign countries British Columbia imports $1,865,542 worth of  dairy products, fruits, vegetables and  live animals. And, because of this,  "Bruce" blames the government for  not doing more to assist the settler  to find more land upon which to settle. The truth is, and "Bruce" is in  a position to know it, that the Government at Victoria is now doing,  and has done, more to overcome the  necessity of these enormous importations, and to assist the settler to get  the supply into the markets than the  settler is doing, or has done, to help  himself. God knows���������������������������and so does  "Bruce"���������������������������that there are thousands  of acres held under private ownership  in the vicinity of every town and village in the Province, which, though  pre-empted years ago, is still as  much "wild" land as it was before  pre-empted. No government would be  justified in spending public funds in a  vain effort to find settlers who would  go miles and miles beyond these wild  lands and seek to- pre-empt other  wild lands, so far from transportation that they could not be made  productive in twenty years. What we  need in British Columbia is the development of the land which was taken  up a quarter of a century ago,���������������������������land  reasonably near transportation and  civilization. And this fact should be  pointed out and held in mind, for it  is something that no unbiased mind  can be blinded to, that no government is doing more, or could do more  than the McBride Government has  done and is doing to assist in the development of the British Columbia  we already know. Let us find men  who will   assist   in   the development  of the wild lands now held within the  scope of our transportation facilities,  and in the utilization of these lands,  before we spend millions in opening  up the wilderness far beyond these.  If one-hundredth part of the wild  lands held under private ownership  within a radius of five miles of every  transportation centre in British Columbia were brought under the plow  and developed to even one-half of its  capacity, there would be no need to  send away for one dollar's worth of  the products quoted by "Bruce". Will  "Bruce"   deny   this 7  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 ta 12  Afternoon, _ to 6  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sts.  "     ENDBRJRY  w.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block. Enderby,B.C.  ��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Ladies:  ?  SECRET SOCIETIES  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meeting. firat  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Rail. Yliittag  brethren cordialV Invited.  J. C. METCALF  ^ Secretary  Our Fall Dress Skirts are  now    Stock  o4<^4-CHfo+o-f_~f_^+_>^<^  Also a very fine line of  RAIN COATS  o4o-fo4_-fo><_fc4-o><>-f<>><H<> *+o+o+o-f_--f_-4o4_^fo-fo-fo-fc>  I. 0.0. F.  J2i> Eureka Lodge, No. SO  Meets every Tuesday evening at S o'clock, in I. O  O. F. hall, Metcalf block'. Visiting brothen always welcome. J. A. McMorland, N. G., A.  Reeves, Sec'y,- E. J. Mack, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall. Visitors cor-  dially invited to attend.  J. N. GRANT,. C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R.J. COLT ART. M.F.  K. of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments. For rates, etc., apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTON E.-M. E.. Enderby  Private  Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs; stylish drivers; new harness; everything up-to-date and  well-kept. When you. wish a rig  for a Sunday drive, speak for it  early, as my finest turnouts are  usually spoken for in advance.  A, L. Matthews  Cliff Street Enderby  HAVE YOU  EVER WORN  A  RYAN SHOE  ?  We think you will buy them this  coming season if you see thc  new ones on display in our window. The shoe itself must be  seen to be appreciated. Compare the quality and price before sending away for a pair  this fall.  Walter   Robinson  CASH GROCER  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and   all   factory work.  -=Rubberoid-=-Roo fiingy=H3cree_-  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  Big Selection Good Values  Splendid Selection  Ladies' Underwear  o+_~fo+_*+_4<>^<Hfd-f<>^ o-fc^_-f_-H>4<>-f<>^o4_-4H>f o+o "  You are invited to come in and see these lines.  ,^m������������������^m������������������^>������������������^^������������������^������������������^mmm $m������������������������������������������������������mmm^^<^$������������������������������������������������������<*  POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������>-���������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������  New Samples  for_FaU^&Min  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  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Having added a cement brick machine to my cement plant, I am now  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement,    plaster   and   lime   kept in  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  AH kindH of Tin nnd Zinc Article* Rcpared  Rear Evans Blk  Enderby  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817 n.  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,00(5'  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 i������������������*fi^tS^fi*  Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  "Gf-Af_IENDERSON rEsqTrManagerrVcrnon ArErTAYEOR.Ma"riagerrEnderby-  Finest in the Country  ' 'Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet ne came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the _ country. - Although ���������������������������  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls 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 Lowcry's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, ^  MURPHY  Proprietor  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.  *_  ,_  V.I  .;  ��������������������������� _  i  VI  !  i  ���������������������������_  * M  .f_J  I  .  '_���������������������������  ''3  i  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  !


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