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 Enderby, B. C,  November 3, 1910  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 36; Whole No. 140  _  j  City Council Deals with  Several Important Questions  THE NEWS IN BRIEF  A special.meeting of the City Council was held last Saturday, and much  business was put through.  A report was received from the  Committee of the Whole, which met  on the 22nd October, and at which  were present Aid. Blanchard, Evans,  Hancock, Hutchison and Ruttan, Aid  Ruttan presiding. W. B. Banton, as  solicitor for the city, was in attendance at said meeting and read a letter received from Messrs. Bowser,'  Reid & Wallbridge, solicitors, of Vancouver, advising as to the legal position of the city in connection with  Mr. Moffet's application for approval  of the plan of his proposed subdivision fronting the Salmon Arm road.  They were advised that Mr. Moffet  be notified (1) that the City claims  under the highways act a highway 66  feet in width, following the mean centre, line of the travelled road, comprising the old Salmon Arm to Enderby road, otherwise known as the  Sicamous government wagon road, so  far as same lies within the City limits; (2) that as such road is not  properly shown on the plan sudmit-  ted by Mr. Moffet, the Council decline to give their sanction thereto;  (3) that the Council reserve the right  to mike any further requisitions in  reference to the said plan which they  may deem necessary; and (4) that the  Council intend, if need be, to maintain -the position thus advisedly taken 'id. Thc Committee instructed  Mr. Banton to notify Mr. Moffet's legal advisers, Messrs. Billings &  O^c'T.ne in accordance with this decision.  A petition was received from S.  Poison and others asking that a money by-law be placed before the elec-  ,tors_ f or__tl.e_purpose .of .raising _a_ loan"  for the erection  would not be allowed, and the mayor  expressed the hope.that in future the  public would bear this in mind.  Mayor Bell and Aid. Ruttan were  appointed to attend the convention of  B. C. Municipalities, which meets at  Salmon Arm on. the 10th November.  It was decided to change the time  of assessment from the spring to the  fall months, and tenders were called  for for the post of assessor, to be received by the 16th November, and the  assessment to be completed by Jan.  31st, 1911.  The finance committee reported the  usual grist of bills, and they were  ordered passed.  .The salary of Mr. Graham Rosoman  as police magistrate was increased  from $15- per month to $25, making  his combined salary as clerk and police magistrate .100 per month.  The clerk reported that the Library,  Board wish a wicket to be. cut in the  door of. the library, also that porcelain'letters be placed on the front  windows. The lettering, was ordered  done, but the wicket matter was laid  over for the present.  The Mayor and Clerk were authorized to sign a form of consent to  the proposed modification of registered map 188.  Application for better protection  from frost of the water pipes was received from Messrs. Lawes and Sutcliffe. Referred to Waterworks Committee.  of a building on the  recreation grounds, to be used as an  agricultural show building and as a  skating rink. The Council asked the  petitioners to prepare an amended  petition setting forth the amount required, to report at a meeting to be  held Wednesday evening. (At the  Wednesday evening meeting, the peti-  tion"duly amended as required, was  presented. It was then discovered  that the agreement of sale from Mr.  Barnes to the city required that the  ground be used for recreation purposes only, and it was feared that in  after years some technical claim  might be made against the city if a  building such as was proposed were  erected thereon. Tlie matter was at  this juncture laid over until the city  could get legal sanction from Mr.  Barnes for the   erection of the hall.)  Mrs. H. P. Flewwelling , returned  from an extensive trip East last  Friday.  Mrs. J. B. Gaylord, after spending  three months on a visit to her eastern home, returned to Enderby this  week.  Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bawtree and  two sons, of Surrey, .Eng., are visiting Mrs. S. .Cooke and family, Mabel  Lake.  The bazaar by the Ladies Aid of  the Presbyterian church will be held  in the basement of the church this  afternoon and evening.  A meeting of the .executive committee of the Northern Okanagan  Poultry Association will be held on  Saturday afternoon at the City Hall.  The regular hospital meeting which  was to have been held this afternoon,  has been postponed until Thursday,  Nov. 10th at 3 o'clock1, on account of  the bazaar being.held this afternoon.  The first' prosec'ut'lbif'unde'r the bicycle by-law took place this week,  Mr. Bailey having Mr. S. Poison before the Court for riding on the sidewalk. The minimum .fine of $1 was  imposed.  It is reported from Vancouver that  the Apple Show is the biggest success of any that have yet been attempted in America, and the apples  from Salmon Arm and the Okanagan  are receiving enthusiastic praise.  The Poison Mercantile Co. deserves  Important Buy of Business Property  Made by Mr. Andrew Fulton  Also the applications of E. Maroisia great deal of credit for its earnest  efforts to keep -at 'home the money  usually sent to the mail order house  for men's clothing.   The fall and win-  and T. Crowell.  Application of R. Black'burn for the  remission of part of the water rates  now charged against his residence as  he had been absent from home to a  large extent. Decided to reply that  .the __requcst_-Could,_not__be ..complied  with, as ,the law requires that water  be charged for unless ordered turned  off.  Similar action was taken with reference to the application of Mr. Em-  brey.  ter stock is   unusually large and up-  to-date."  It will be a source of great relief  i-to__all_=_concei:ned-=_.to^learji__.that__.the  Council has at   last taken a definite ! ering   it    with   metal sheeting.   The j  stand in relation to the Salmon Arm j front   will   'be   handsomely corniced,  road   muddle.     It   may mean a law  and huge   plate-glass   show windows  An important deal was made on  Cliff street property this week. The  amount involved in the transfer was  not so large, but the transfer of the  property carries with it the removal  of the livery stable on -the south side  of Cliff street, and the transformation -of the building into a modern  business' block_ This is important  for it will enable the south side of  the business street to be brought up  to a higher standard of business  buildings, and will also, make possible the laying of a concrete sidewalk  from the bank corner to George  street as has been contemplated by  the property owners on this side of  the street, as " soon as the city  adopts the public improvements  clause of the provincial statutes governing municipalities.  A.'- Fulton is the purchaser of the  property, and Mr. Mack will at once  remove .his livery stock to the barn  purchased by him. from W-.H. Wright  early this'year. It is Mr. Mack's intention to erect a new stable on,the  corner of Vernon Road and Russel  street. '  This move-on the part of Mr. Fulton came quickly   and quite unexpectedly.   Since   moving   into   the Bell  block, corner   of   Cliff and Belvedere  streets,  Mr.  Fulton  has reached  out  boldly   after   business,    and   it   has  come to hijn.   Soon he began to feel  cramped   for   room,   and only a few  months ago   he   erected a neat addition   to   his   workshop    for a   store  room.     Business   still   crowded l.im,  ancl the need of still more room was  soon felt, leading up to his purchase  of the Mack livery stable property.  It is Mr. Fulton's intention to remodel the building throughout. He  con_cmplates.���������������������������fiat_roofing_ it,_and__coy___  and his purchase of this acreage in  the Carlin property is evidence of the  values now offered.  POLICEMAN BAILEY ON SPOT  This year. Hallowe'en  and "Thanks-  _ i    -  giving fell on the same night���������������������������something unheard or in history before, so  they say.    And it all happened on a  night when Policeman Bailey was on  the beat and   wide   awake.   As a result    the   Hallowe'en   spirits   didn't  perform   as    they   were wont to do. ,  They were the   tamest lot of spirits  that1 ever spirited   in Enderby.   Arid  the following _ morning there were no  gates climbing the telegraph poles, or,  wagons   and   gang   plows   on top of  barns or street graders climbing into  the store windows.   "Pa" says it was-:  a '.'decent" Hallowe'en���������������������������the decentest :  no doubt since he was a kid.  HOME AFTER. SEASON'S SALES  'Walter Robinson returned this week  after a' very successful season on the  road, visiting   the market centres of  the Northwest and Manitoba, and the  Kootenays in the interest of the Wm.  McNair   produce    exchange   of Armstrong.   Mr. Robinson reports/a very  interesting season's work, and a very  profitable one.   He says the demand,  for farm    produce    is   growing much  more rapidly than most of us realize'  and is far-beyond the present supply.  He says when he looks around Enderby and realizes the    magnificent possibilities in store for our farmers, it  makes    him   wonder   that we should  have so   little   to   send   out.   From  Armstrong they are shipping 100 carloads of produce   far   every car that  goes from.Enderby.   As a result, the  LOCAL READER CHARGES  \  A petition was received from W. R.  Barrows et al, asking that a meeting  be called for the purpose of organizing a fire brigade. Decided to call  meeting for Wednesday night. (At  the meeting so called, it was unanimously voted that a volunteer fire brigade be organized. A1 committee consisting of Messrs. English, Ackman,  Fulton, Mack, Bailey, Moffet and  Holtby, were appointed to circulate  for members and perfect organization  and to report to the Council.)  Permits were issued to A. Buchholz  and J. S. Johnstone for the erection  of woodsheds within the fire limits,  and to W. E. Ronald to lay a drain  across Stanley street. The Council  agreed that tapping of city drains by  private parties without first obtaining a permit so to do was illegal and  "Some"misunderstanding appears to  exist as to our charges 'for reading  notices in connection with socials  and similar entertainments. Let us  make it plain: We DO NOT charge  for marriages, births or deaths. We  DO NOT charge for church services,  Sunday School exercises, public meeting notices, or news notes relating  to the coming and going of our  friends and enemies and their friends  and enemies. We DO NOT charge for  announcements of meetings on "special" occasions of clubs, lodges or  social societies. We DO charge for  public entertainment readers, dance  announcements, church or other socials or bazaars where an admission  fee is charged, refreshments sold or  articles put up for sale. We DO  charge for business locals which are  intended to sell goods for the advertiser or to bring him other business.  Strayed���������������������������To the Stepney ranch; one  bay mare with foal; about 1000  pounds. If not claimed in 30 days  will be sold. THOS. SKYRME.  Adams'   Double   Bunk    Sleighs  stock.     Fulton's Hardware.  in  Straw For Sale���������������������������?3 per load. Terms  cash. Will deliver if desired. Apply Stepney ranch.  suit, but even   that   is preferable to  months of jockeying.  The winter time table on the mainline went into effect on the 1st of  bound, No. )G, leaves Sicamous 6:31;  November. It is as follows: East-  No. 2 at 22:32. .. West-bound, No. 1  leaves Sicamous at 9:17; No. 97 at  21:27f There will be no change on  the S. & O. branch.  Every few days somebody rings up  Colonel Lowery of the Greenwood  Ledge and asks for thc Phoenix brewery, and the only thing about the  office that looks like the product of a  brewery is an empty beer bottle. As  yet nobody has called up the Colonel  and asked for the Baptist parson.  Rev. J. Leech-Porter writes that he  will be back from his vacation by  the end of the present week. The services at St. George's church on Sunday next will be: 11 a. m., Holy  Communion and sermon; 7:30 p. m.,  Evensong and sermon. There will  not be ' an 8 o'clock celebration on  that day.  Never in the history of curling in  Enderby has there been the interest  shown by men wishing to join. It  has been suggested that the membership list be circulated at once, and  the selection of the rinks be made before the ice is ready, so as to get an  early start and make sure of a good  season's sport. All of this work can  be clone as well before the ice is in  shape as afterwards, and the games  can be started on time.  produce-raisers   of    our  cipality are in clover..  sister inuni-  will replace the present front.  The lower show room will be given  an ornamental   sheeting   ceiling, ancl  appropriate display  windows will hc I  placed in thc east   side of the building.  " With these improvements," Mr. Ful:'  ton will have one of thc largest  hardware stores in the Valle��������������������������� Ho  has just received a carload of sleighs  ancl cutters, and will stock a full  line of implements in the Spring.  The growth of this business is indicative of the general growth of thc  District, and is evidence, too, Ihat  Mr. Fulton is determined to keep  abreast of thc times.  A HANDSOME FRONT  The store fronts of the Bell block  annex were finished this week and the  sidewalk put back into place. The  improvement to the street is great,  and when-these plate-glass-windows-���������������������������  are lighted up with displays, we shall  look quite Winnipegish.  PROPERTY MOVING  Mr. H. W. Harvey reports the sale  of 60 acres of the Wheeler farm, situated about three miles north of Enderby, on the Mara road. Thos. S.  and J..W. Morton, recently from Kelowna, were the purchasers. The  Morton Brothers are the type of men  we need to open up the immense resources at our door, and it is fortunate that they got hold of such a  good property as that purchased. It  is their intention to start clearing at  once.  Mr. Harvey also put through a deal  on a 10-acre lot in the Carlin Orchard lands, Wm. Tompinson being the  purchaser. Mr. Harvey has been appointed sub-agent here by, the Vancouver agents handling this property.  air. Tompinson   is a shrewd buyer,  Mrs. Lindsay and Miss Sadie, of  Deep Creek, returned on Tuesday  from a trip to Medicine Hat. They  were in attendance at the golden  wedding of Mrs. Lindsay's parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McQueen, of  that place. There were in attendance  nine children of the aged parents,  and forty of the younger generation.  The mother's only sister, and two  nephews from England, were in attendance.  We are just unloading a car of  Grey's cutters and delivery sleighs.  Get our prices on these goods. Fulton Hardware.  B. Francis conducted a very successful auction sale of the Carefoot  implements, etc., last Friday, The  team of horses went for $600.  W. J. Curtis, piano tuner, will be  in town about Nov, 7th. All orders  left at the furniture store of W. T.  Holtby will receive prompt attention.  R. S. Harrison, the oculist, will be  at the Enderby Hotel, Nov. 11, 12  and 14th, where he will be pleased to  meet all suffering from eye trouble. mu  B$ STEPHEN OiALMERS  fQDSprigfcft, IJWft, bjr _____*d ..   CJod_>.  Whar :ibout   llor-  broken  bv smug-  He  Wavs,  .out   i  ha������������������n 'I  Alec  orncv-  ���������������������������' llonleycutf'i .'" :  " T_ member,   I   can  of' ;>   imp i Iii1- I inif.  tievera i t.'''  Tli civ  wn>  silein-i  ;_do eric  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� Where i- lluriieycrafi .  1. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������!. ai-ai Moing tor thfc  wa- "ii Iii.- tiacK. What ai  ciiil't. Sa.iiiy.'"'  Alec i-i . aia!;., a young, liyhi-haired  smuggler. M-i'aii'iicd he- head ami looked  con/ ii. c<!.  '���������������������������I canna rightly -ay," lie said. "Bur  two days he was pmwlm ' u]> aroond  ill,- !,',> i Mole's place, a- the Kcd -Mole  ken-. " .  "What alu-ni him, Ked IB-id?,; demand. mI Smuggle-eric, roughly shaking  the Kcd Mole, who had fallen into a  drunken  sleep.  ������������������������������������������������������Kb".' said lie stupidly, half waking  ���������������������������p. '-Wha? Horneyeraft ' He"11 no  bother yc.     He's  dead!  ���������������������������-I.!!.'" thundered Heather Bloom.  "What is that man sayingf"  "Hh." cried the Ivcd Mole, waking  uji to his full senses. "What was ye  savin"? Aw���������������������������I lorn eve. raft! 1 dinna  ken. How should f ken ? But he'll  im bother ye. Archibald '11 atlou' t'  that."  And lie fell asleep again.  Heather Bloom'looked from the drunken animal to the men around thc cave.  Bis eye. fell upo.i Giles Serymegeonr.  who '-vas grinning and wiping his lips  with his handkerchief.  '���������������������������Vou were ;it  (Jo' hou-<> I <> i'i_> hi ?' *  "I was not," asserted the mi-'ei.  ���������������������������'Mil?" muttered the Ked Mole  "Did  ye   murder  the  man/"   asked  Smuggle-eric at   playful  random.  "Murder!" gasped Giles. "Guid for-  gie me, what an awfu' word! 1 tell  ye I wasna at thc Cothouse masei'.  But trust Archibald���������������������������trust Archibald."  The matter was dropped, and Lieutenant _cn f/arkin was the new subject.  ������������������������������������������������������There, to tell you the truth." said  Heather Bloom, "is Hie only man I'm  afeard o'. AVhnt he does not ken, I am  certain he susiu.ts. lie is the man  whose doings must be watched."  C1TAPTER XI.  Smuggle-erie Falls Prom Grace  Whatever  plan   Smuggle-eric   had  aid Heather Bloom. J band to En gland? Or hud tlie miserly  nave no possibility j deiuuu done it to bring about Grizel ''s  marriage wilh Smuggle-erie, so thai his  grij) mioht be lightened on all concerned: After the first Jiash of rage at this  po-sibiliiy. Smuggle-erie dismissed Ihe  idea as both unlikely and unprofitable.  No! Grizel had discovered something  by aei-ideiil. or possibly through Larkin.  Smuggle ore smiled. If ihis were  so, the roseuue oliicer had scored a  point ��������������������������� his lirsl���������������������������aiul a doubtful one at  that. Smuggle-erie could play that  name. too. Jle remembered his promise  to "attend to Larkin," and now a [dan  began to take shape in his head.  True, the plan was not a highly honorable one. Indeed, it was the very  opposite; bur Smuggle-erie would not  shsinl. from it if he were at all sure  that Ben Larkin had whispered his suspicions in the girl's car. To his mind  two wrongs could easily  make a right.  He read the note again, folded it \ cry  carefully, and held it between his forefinger and thumb, the while he looked  blankly across the calm Firth. lie had  read o'f the thing in a book���������������������������lhe thing  he' contemplated; he had read of it  often, without believing thafc it could  ever present itself in life as a matter  easy of execution. But lie never remembered having read of siteh favorable  circumstances as presented themselves  in this case. The addressing of the  envelope would be an easy matter. Surely Lieutenant Ben Larkin had not progressed so far in his love-making tliat  he wa.s minutely acquainted with hcr  handwriting? And, then, the letter itself was prefixed with no name, nor  did it contain any subject matter that  might not have been addressed to a  jicrfect stranger. Indeed, it was the  ioue of it that had made Smuggle-eric  think for a moment that it wa.s not  intended for him.  lie sat on a boat for a half-hour, his  brows knitted and his underlip stuck  out. It never occurred to him that it  would be dishonorable to trap Larkin  with Grizel's note; but, nevertheless,  he was uneasy about ii. It was not  his kind of fighting���������������������������thai, was all. He  would have scorned to strike a man  when down, or to hit an antagonist bo  or satisfactorily accounted for���������������������������csjicci-  ally Smuggle-erie! Without that man  aboard, the schooner .should not weigh  anchor. He was determined on this  |ioint. 'It wouid be smuggling of an  amazing order which could 'escape the  vigilance of the coast-guard ihis night.  (To bc continued)  erry Muse  mind for tbe outwitting of  in  en Larkin  ���������������������������if, indeed, he had "any���������������������������was ' upset  next day by a curt note from Grizel  Grunt. Jt was inclosed in an envelope,  and was handed to him by Daft, Tommy,  who was Morag's "ne'er-do-weel."  save in the matter of simple errands.  The note read:  Be so good as to meet me by the  castle gate after kirk service tonight. [ have discovered something  upon wliich you can further enlighten me, and,'besides, 1 feel that you-  and J. should better understand each  other before I speak to my father.  Grizel.  "Now, I won.ier if this was meant  for me or somebody else?" Smuggle-eric  asked himself, as he stared at the odd  message and ihen glanced back at the  slack-jawed, dull-eyed idiot who had  brought it. "Who gave you this. Tommy?"  "Miss Girzie," said Baft Tommy,  chuckling and grinning. "An' she gied  me a bawbee an' promised to marry me  ���������������������������oh, aye! She promised to marry mc,  an' I've got witnesses to jirove it���������������������������  witnesses to prove if! "  Smuggle-erie paid no attention to the  lad's delusion, but frowned at the letter  on his knees. He was seated ou an  overturned  boat on  the beach, and  as  LOVE IS SO' STRONG  Love is so strong.  It   joins our  souls   I'orevermore,  sweet-  ' heart.  No   matter  though   the   winds  of   ill  blow long,  No  matter how the storms of life  upstart,  Love is so strong.  "       ���������������������������" Vet love is weak;  It  can nofc stand alone amid the strife.  If can not teach our faltering lips to  speak.  It. can  not even save one little life!  Vei love is weak;  ' But love is strong;  Those whom   our  eyes  have   lost,   love  still sees clear,  And thoughts too deep for speech ring  through love's song,  And  love,  alone  can   face  death's  presence, dear,  And still be strong.  ���������������������������('oiibtauce .Johnson, in  Everybody's  THE   REVERIE   OF   A   BACHELOR  I  think of a maid with sparkling eyes,  And  hair as  gold  as the  sunlit  skies,  And brow as fair as the drifts of snonw  That make the arctic regions glow;  And lips as red as the cherry ripe,  And cheeks of the pinky, clitnpled type,  And voice as soft as a rijipling brook  That woos'ths fern in the sylvan nook;  And laugh  wiih  a   ring that's sterling  true,  And remjier fair as the summer's blue,  And heart its  warm as a  heart can be  THE   RAILROAD   TO   HUDSON   BAY  Scene at La Pas Where the Line to the Bay Runs Off (in the Background)  low the belt in a h'sf-fighi. While his  uneasiness over what he contemplated  may have been really au instinctive  aversion lo a mean act, yet his untutored chivalry failed to understand or  fo concern itself with more than the  jirobablo success of the enterprise.  Finallj', he shrugged his shoulders and  went away toward Biles Scrymegeour's  shoj), where "nunky" was presently  nivstified by his usually boisterous " ne-  the   broad   and   bounding  by   the   sandy  dowi  ho read the message for the fourth time,    ,���������������������������      v.    -.^^   ..���������������������������.,-,,...   ,,;���������������������������      t   ,,f..  hc sowly nodded his nond ..!   ,n.  ti.... ,.f envelopes and quills.  Here,     said he, cutting a chew ot ,         '   =Ttn_u-.'o ami  tossing .1. lo J Jul I   lummy.       .NHUggie-erie labored ovorinar oiive-  "Tell   Miss   Girzie  that   vou   gave   me j lope address for mi  hour, his forehead  lhc letter and that I said "'Ail right.' "  With many a chuckle Daft Tommy  went off with the answer, and Smuggle-  erie was left, with the note on his knees.  The thing was a mystery to him. If  it had been inievled lor his eyes, then  its contents were a*- Greek, although, if  it, Avas to be a. cepted .lust as read,  Smnggie-erie wa- -ure that something  _iia_L-La f.;,ui.,-d ___.L._i.L������������������_.-Mt.u,g. ��������������������������� _ . \ tli M i������������������  flagstaff. It c'.uild only be that Gri-vt's  eyes had I. en opened t" 'he smuggling.  Against that wa ine idea tint the  note had been inL tided for B -n l.tr.-kin.  and a-: rvtuiggie ot ie ieive! Ihe mU-ko  with tin'4 i.u mind ne b,l hi-, lip sa\-  agclv, 'Mm w:iy or -u'ciher, Larkin  ,��������������������������� in' it. 1 f Grizel hud di . j  .-���������������������������>  .i't    nt    tin-    ,;miL!-.!or-, (  ! ime    - ' It, U "    ' e    WI itt el' .  * hit/, und   if  it   wa1  '.'id been delhei'ei  hunji with  perspiration and  his tongue  langing  from   tlie  coiner of  hi*   mouth  a* he toiled wiih the intricacies of the  "i-e-u"  iu "lieutenant."  That it was a monument uf misspent  eneigy he would have realized had he  -pen Lark in, an hour or two later, tear  i!i\ I'luje <ij.������������������'ii and caM it aside. The  iieuieraiii  glanced impatiently over the  ,;_i___._u._,L:._Ljr--Li__w;if. -in -iu<~ gotnt-hiiiiioivj   but  "-'iddenly his fa(,e brightened as his I  e\e-  ie)! mi  the magic word "Grizel,"!  And   big   as  sea;  Willi   a   cottage  shore,  And  a  bungalow  where the mountains  soar,  And a house in town, and a fine steam-  yac-.t.  And a pair of steeds with a record trot,  And   a   hunting-lodge   in   the   Land   of  Scott,  And  a   motor-car  of  the  touring kind,  And a claim at Goklftelds yet unmined.  ^,a^^^d���������������������������i4^^^0(d^-i-i^fhe^^VI=!=������������������=-  And  a  thousand bonds  of the  C. Q. 1>  And an office building on Broadway,  And a big hotel like the GoUamgay.  And a  Monday box at the opera,  And a  Jove for travel in  lands afar.  in live birds, which he suj.posed at the  outset hc Jiad wounded; but when the  number began to exceed the number of  his shots, the fact was borne in upon  him that this was a  very strange hunt.  _ iuaJly he came upon a lord lying  upon its back and kicking. Jle picked  it up. Ifc appeared to be uninjured.  Setting itrupon its legs, he, watched to  see what it would do. It staggered and  floundered a few feet farther, and then  fell helplessly on iis bade.  Then a sus|)icion of the truth came io  the hunter, and he proceeded to in  vostigufo. I't, turned uui that the rpiail  had been feeding on fiost-hitton grape--.  which hail fermented on the vines.  They were quite drunk, and as com-  pleloly incapacitated as human being*  are in a similar condition.  ENTICING THE OCTOPUS  {1III-,' octopus is such a peculiarly re  pnlsive looking creature thai, it  would not seem calculated to ap  peal as an article of food even to a  hungry man, but the Italians have no  jirejudice against the fish, which thoy  cat wil hunt quoslioii.  The method adopted fo capture the  fi. li iu Italian wafers is as follows: At  the end of a long bamboo pole is hung a  lino baited-with a piece of red rag; and  this, daiiglejl in front of thc rocky hid-  ing-jdace ot the octopus in the Mediterranean, is su [lieient to femjit, him from  his lair. Ju his clitoris to get near the  bait thc creature is enticed toward the  boat, in ;wbieh the fisherman awaits him  with a trident, und at the right moment  the octopus is impaled on its sjiil.es. At  night<:ii bright light is used to attract  the prey, and (his in past times would  fake the form of an iron cradle full of  resinous juue, which was carried nt the  head of thc boat.. J3ut science stepped  iu, and the fisherman now employs an  acetylene lamp, which seems to be as  attractive fo {.he octopus as a red rag.  Unusually large catches have been made  since this form of Jiglit was adojited,  aud now so many .uctopods are being  caught olf thc coasts of southern Italy  that thc fear has been expressed that  the coasts will be over-lished. That,  however, is not likely fo be thc case,  for Hie octopus comes ot a very prolific  race.  the country where wallaby were few,  and one cau imagine the crafty old  and winking., at one another as the  folks seated round the festive pot  young people, declined the succulent,  dainty.  Ami a million dollars in anthracite���������������������������  If such a maid should heave in sight.  And    say    "I'm    yours,"   I'd    reply  " You 're riiihl! ''  FILIPINO RIDDLES  TUB appearance of a book of riddles  transports us back to the time  when the hoop-skirt was in blossom ami thc epicstion "Oh, Mr. Jones,  are you good at rid dies?" was quite the  thing. These blessings of tlie dear dead  days have been replaced by bridge-  wliisl, the hobble-skirt, and other athletic sports. But in a land where fash-  ious have little restraint ou i'reedoin.-  eifher of mind or of body, riddles'ave altogether an fait wherever young peoj)le  get together; they are much in vogue  when ii young . iiijiino gentleman calls  upon his' sweetheart, and among Tagals  and Panijiiiugans,-we aro told, the chief  occasion for giving bugtong is when a  little group is watching at night beside  a corpse.  A large number of these riddles have  been collected and edited by Mr. Fred.  Starr in a series of .Philippine studies.  Many of them ure, of course, involved  in native customs and plays on native  words, and many arc quite as stupid as  some, civilized humor. A few are really  worth quoting for American readers:  The mother says "Let us stand uji,"  but thc .children say! "Let. us lie  across."���������������������������A bidder.  At   night   they  came   without  being  etched and by day they are lost without,  being stolen.���������������������������The stars.  Here he comes with glowing charcoal  on his head.���������������������������Cock.  Come np and let us go, go down and  here we stay.���������������������������Anchor.  Two'"stores are open at the same  time.���������������������������Eyes.  There is a small brook filled with  shells.���������������������������Mouth.  A slender tree which bears only one  leaf.���������������������������A lighted candle.  - His words .are audible but difficult to  understand; when you look at his face  vou will understand what he says.���������������������������  Clock.  !=_  "rnrly one person was"  among  I horns.���������������������������Pine-  he savs.  but has  no  KINGS AT WORK  "HIE modern' monarch has as muck  work of a purely business nature  to do thafc for Hie most, part hc  finds it necessary to adojtt strieilj  business methods, regarding himself, s������������������  lo sjieak, as the head ot a great <-.(.*���������������������������  nieiciiil  concern.  Probably the most energetic and bu.  -  j no*-Jike of the Eurojiean riders is Wil-  j liam of Germany.   It has been ha id fkat  I the Kaiser is in his office busily attack-  ; ing affairs of  state when  most of tli.  j other sovereigns aro still abed���������������������������that ii.  j to -ay, he is hard at work by six o-Vloc .  ' in ihe morning. William long ago fouual  ���������������������������that such curly habits on his part were  I in . i-sary l.ne was lo accomplish  Ins  ji:iM.   successfully.     Besides  signing  iu- <  I ii'.U'crablo    documents,   every   ouo    of  which he reads himself, thc Kaiser holdr  many   conferences   wit It   his   iiiinisteia  and  chiefs of departments.    .'If is said  that lhe Bmperor cither writes or die-  tales about fifty letters a clay.  The lale King Edward was one of the  busiest iind most methodical of rnon-  arehs. No doubt his successor, George  V., a man of pronounced practicality,  will follow his father's ideas. Edward  maintained at each of his royal palacob  what was nothing more nor less than a  simple office, devoid of all the luxurious apjioiufjuoiils that oue might expect  to Iind in the private apartments of the  ruling head of Great Britain. Ou ac  average there were about 40,000 letters  or official papers of one kind or another  that demanded his attention or that of  his secretary during the space of a year.  Edward was most particular that all  his letters and papers should bo arranged and filed acording to an excellent system largely of his own invention. He never kept; any of them aftei  the necessity for doing so had ceased.  Of all thc offices or kings, that if  which the ruler of Italy performs hih  daily task 'is said to be the plainest  and least pretentious. This arises partly from the fact that Victor Emmanuel  lias tastes of .the simplest, and that bi.;  views on business' matters are very  strict, and partly from the rigoroub  Spiirtan method of his upbringing, in  the course of Avhich ho was taught ta  forego all that savored of luxury. Ilo  is at his desk every morning not later  than nine o'clock, and, naturally, insists upon a like punctuality on the part  of his public servants.  There is a story to the etfeet that/.*  one occasion, Victor Emmanuel observ-"  ed that the work of one of the government!'1 departments w:is vcry much be-  hindhanci. Wishing to ascertain ihr  reason therefor, thc King turned up at  the office of the chief one morning  just before, nine "o'clock. "The-first of  fhe-suboi. inatc officials did not arrive  until two hours later, and it, was neon  beforo the chief bimself arrived. Wlie*  ho did appear, what was his astonishment and chagrin to find the���������������������������King himself at his desk doing his work. Within  a short time there were gazetted some  important changes iu thafc department.  The  Emperor  .Francis  Joseph   starts  his   business   day   afc   seven   and   gets '  through  early.    lie  is a good .worker,  however, and keeps his assistants hard  at it till closing time.-  The Tsar of .Russia is anothor bard  worker in his office, where he has beet  known to jmf in a day lhat commenced  just after breakfast and lasted well into the evening. The Tsar, like the King  of Italy, maintains the plainest sort ������������������f  an office; it is simply furnished, witk .  plenty of desks Jind cabinets of draw-" "  ers, embracing an elaborate card-index  system.  (Ju'ii in (iie roast guard station;  ���������������������������>r  the!  :.t   E._ -KAHULUI-BAY*   Ever   the   waves   roll   shoreward,   ever  the  plovers cry  pii'./b'd   lout;   and   deejily  he   li,i.|   ��������������������������� Ii*-������������������������������������������������������ if\ i-i'i'd   -ouiel hing   up'ui j  lu:\  u , !��������������������������� 'na'  he  unto  ,;: lei'. !  Wiieri' t hev  are  the mi-taken de-  'imineul and abau-  lit ni' -nviiu"' .!'���������������������������:��������������������������� 1 -  ���������������������������xt   thought   wa.-,  llgltK"!  co . ( red    t In'  limn   it   wa-  lo L-tr!.in '-  meiely ihat  into i he wr������������������  "So that '  Smuy..''' ei ie.  Sllill^^ie-ei'ie.  Having ueeepfed  livery idea for the  doiii'd him.elf to -i  oii.-y.  . iiiug^Ie-ci'ie'  wha' he should do with the note. Send  it to Larkin? Well, it might not be  intended for Larkin. Send it baclc, to  Oriv.ol. B would lie risking an insult.  (iu and u-k her i'or whom she had in.  tended if? And if she should say Bur-  kin? .Smuggle-erie shrank from the humiliation. Then, wilh a laugh at his  own stujiidily, he picked -up the envelope wn'icli he had thrown upon the  sand. Upon if was written in a steady,  schoolgirl hand: "Mr, Dick .Semite-  geour.  Of course, it was for him. Then what  did if mean? His conscience���������������������������the conscience of the shrewd rather than of  the guilty���������������������������told liim that if could be  but one thing that she had discovered.  But how'? Was if possible that. Old  Scryme  had enlightened  her a little in  c, i.ii'll  I'M I tie)  ..:'   I..  Each  lo each on the sand-hills, or over  the lo Lines fly;  Ever   the   wind   brings   Largess,   filched  ,       from the salt se;i-spray,  could  furl her enlighten her     ; ^ll(| .,]] jj.w ,...i.������������������ evanish, by Kahului  iei'    of cour.-e,  it   was the  mat ter I        liav.  er   fa1 her.     lie   reflected   that   .'he i'|'he   painted   mountains   beckon,   where  t  i,;.-e spared him the pa i n of t hat. j        |j<,;lt   ;il���������������������������]  ._!liH|ow  hide,  [ni-iiioii   we-  bad  enomdi, and   his; '|'|h,   ..|,i.i>   um-j'   b'vjithos   a   summons,  v. i- i lear eiiouij.h.    Bui she "felt";       i,,,,.,, .,r flip flushing tide:  t    '.v:e i  1 .  1 ��������������������������� ' ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� i lear enouij.ii. Bui she " felt "  :'11 ii he and -h" "-hould better under-  thoughl I-'and ouch oilier" before she spoke to  | li. r Lit her. She cuild .not mean love,  "'i'li-it v.ere urepo-tei oii^ under the < ir-  I'iit.i.i ance-.  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� Yi m and I should better understand each other before I speak to my  !itt her.' " he echoed nienii l-lly,    "What      she   mean?     It   can'!   be   that   she  wopld Inve me thai she would trade  wi;h me!- ' Understand each other'?  ��������������������������� Understand- ���������������������������-���������������������������-' The thing is impossible,   anyway!''  Wilh that he llung the letter ou ihe  table iu the coast-guard parlor and made  uji iiis mind not to think more of it.  lie would not keep ���������������������������the ajijioiiitment.,  jirolit could come by if, but pain  to both. His duty was clear, although  the way to ii was not yel free, of obstacle. 'But iiis [dan had been formed  before this message arrived.  The Thi:tie Down was to sail at. dawn,  with ("hi;- tide. The const-guard men and  the cutler would j������������������at rol Morag iind the  Birth from dusk until Ihe schooner was  out of sight. Of one thing Larkin' was  certain;   that   the  Thistle   Down   wouh'  A'������������������  born of the flushing tide;  But   neither  lhc   hills  nor  ocean   havo  charms t he hear!  that  reach,  Like   tho-e   of   the    wiiid-swepl    sand-  dunes by Kahului beach.  Xo     crowd-   disturb   the   stillness,   no  dwellings mar the scene���������������������������  Xaughl   but   ti   fisher's cotL'tge  with   iis  giinlon-pjitch oi' green;  A far two townships travail iind hearts  boat  _.ravo ami gay,  But   ca re  nor sorrow troubleth. by   Kahului Bay.   II. M. Ayres, in Honolulu  Commercial Advertiser.  enf  fine  order to force Grant to sail the contra-I sail with evcry man of her crew aboard  A  SUBPRISING   "BAG- '  i ALI POLXIAX, who was shooting  ipinil'  in   a   large   vineyard, near  Santa.  Rosa, had met with excell-  success.    Indeed, his "bag" was so  a  one that an  element of mystery  entered into the affair.  At first he thought he must be shooting (tune ipiitil, (he birds behaved so  strangely, refusing to Hy unlil nearly  trodden under foot, iind Ihen fluttering  through the air in a most- unnatural  manner.  The hunter's dog continued  (o bring  , TOT.  .���������������������������iboanj.���������������������������Shoes.  A   sweet   lady  apple.  "Here,   here!"   1  mouth.���������������������������Forefinger.  The letter C becomes 0. t) becomes (.'.  ���������������������������The moon.  lie jiulled out tt stick and if was followed  by a snake.���������������������������Needle and tbread. |  When  held it goes;  when let  loose it  lies down.���������������������������Pen.    " "l~"f l)row~"Th"e~"irggsTTIicy^etw   immediately.��������������������������� Firecracker  (Torpedo).  When pulled it is a cane, when [dished it is a lent.���������������������������An umbrella.  If he sit������������������ down he is high, if lie stand?  up he i-, low,--Bog,  There are I wo'princesses who live on  the I wo sides of a mountain; when oue  cries, both cry,���������������������������Tin* t-yi-s.  I   sowed  maize g .litis;   in  the morn  ing Ihey were swept a way,��������������������������� Slar .  If you chop il, it heals at once.���������������������������  Wii ter.  CHEATING THE GUINEA BOYS  H U.MAX mil ure is pretty much the  same everywhere, even in .Xow  (iuinea, tis tlie following sfory  shows:  Iu certain parts of Sew ('lumen, wallaby, a -peeies of kangaroo, tire very  plentiful. Jind the traveller in search of  sporl finds the juirsuif ol' them an exciting occupation. Wallaby steaks are  a refreshing change from canned .moats,  and the natives tire only too glad to  have the  remnants of Hie carcase.  On one occasion a Britisher had boon  ashore in one of the sparsely pojmhttod  regions of the coast, und secured four  wallabies,';in ample snpjily for iiis whole  party, native guides und servants included. But he found that, although  wallaby is regarded tis such a delicacy  that no trouble is considered too great  to obtain if, none of the native boys in  the party would touch it.  This wits ii mystery until one of them  explained that they had been trained  in childhood in the belief th.'it, if they  ate wallaby before reaching a certain  age, it would stop their growth.  These boys Jill belonged to the part of  C. N. R. CONSTRUCTION NOTES  IA' tin interview Jit Victoria recently,'  the Hon. Eic.hard McBride, the  1'remier of British Columbia, stated that he had been in consultation witli  Air. 1 . I). Maim in reference to the Oan-  .idbi-n==?.0T-_icrn=!s=  gramme for Vancouver Island. ATlhougk  ihe agreement was not finally reached,  the Government and company are getting much closer together, and a more  comprehensive programme for ltdaiid  development than has yet been suggested may shortly be announced.  Construction work has been commenced ou the line of rjiilway by which thc  Canadian Northern contemplate lapping  their immense cottl uresis on Hie Bra-. >i.u  K iverrfrom ~ _ letll _ r; "AH.i^easT" of_Ua~  combe.  Thc surveys for the line have all  been completed, and seventy miles of  the road are lo be finished this year,  Bonding the completion of lliis line the  U. .'���������������������������-'. I . will ship coal out over a britncli  of lhe f.i. T. B. that will be built to the  mines from i*. .son this s .iiuiner.  AOXI.-AKMBO man sat down to his  noonday luncheon in a little restaurant lhe other day, and seated  on the right, of him was a big, sympathetic individual from the rural district. The big fellow noticed his neighbor's left sleeve, and kept'eyeing him  iu u sort of how-did-it-happon w;iy. The  one-armed man failed to break the ice.  bul continued to keep busy wilh his one  hand supplying the inner num. A I. last  the inquisitive one on the right could  stand if, no longer, lie .'Imaged his jiosi-  tion a little, cleared his throat, aud  said, "I see, sir, you have lost an arm."  Whereupon the unfortunate man picked  up the empty sleeve with his right hand,  peered into it, looked up with a su.prised expression, and said, "'By George,  sir, you're right! "  FLEXIBLE SANDSTONE  rnill'.f.B have, been exhibited from  X time to time at, international expositions si broad specimens of flexible sandstone from Kaliah in the Bun-  jab, India. Slabs of this slo.ne between  three of four feet in length are said to  bend under their own weight, giving  forth ii creaking sound resembling that  made by a strip of tin. Blaccd in a bos  with only their ends supported, the  slabs assume ji curved form. FASHIONS < AND  FANCIES  AN.DK 131.CHIEF making is fascinating work, a������������������d any  girl who sews'neatly may easily provide herself with a  supply which will "be a .111 Jitter of pride to herself and  of  envy  to  her  less  industrious  associates.  French or Trish linen of finest quality should he. destined  to carry elaborate embroideries, and the greatest care should  I . exercised in the. cutting of the squares. To draw a thread  in the four directions is the only safe way, as otherwise the  dolicafe materia] is apt to twist'and become unmanageable.  When Armenian or any other very fine lace edging is used  i.lae. handkerchief need not be hemstilched, although infinite  cta-e must be devoted to thc hand hemming, as irregularly  set stitches spoil the entire effect of the work.  Hxceedingly narrow hemstitched borders aro more than  over popular, 'and nearly always handkerchiefs so treated  'save corners embroidered* delicately with wreaths, clusters or  -.mi-detached butterfly and flower designs. Sometimes o__ly  one comer is decorated wilh a ralhor large and elaborate  s|������������������ray pattern, or a medallion will enclose ;i small initial.  Only when there is no olher decoration should a monogram be  employed.  ii  Black Net Embroidered with Gold Beads���������������������������Cerise Silk Collar  - Fancy lace stitches tire blended, with the embroidery pat-  torus, iis in the case of the lily pads, wliich show petals of  fine netting, and the butterflies, with transparent wings.  Sometimes a girl wdio embroiders indill'erenlly bufc sews with  extraordinary neatness appliques, lace motifs upon the corner  of a handkerchief and then cuts away thc material from thc  under side, but this is did'cult, to accomplish, and a slip of the  scis.iors means ruin to the. entire piece of-work.  .Scallop borders are_cxceud_iiigly_ d:ii_nfyL but_ Urn I sort of  Work lakes an immense anion nt-oTTinic andHs "so llCavyTF  proportion to the fabric that it is easily torn. The better  way is fo buy a machine scalloped handkerchief of line quality and embroider it daintily, than lo devote hours of toil to  a "border which may be reduced to a ragged fringe the first  time it is laundered.  The girl who likes everything about her belongings.dainty  and in good order will probably havo several of the little toe  lasts and steel .springs for her slipper. It makes a marvellous  dill'ercnce in the shape of a slipper if if is never put away  without one of these lasts, But, useful tis the.v tire, they are  not in any way pretty in their natural stale, and the girl  who keeps her closet looking dainty and attractive can make  _!i- slipper lasts ornamental, loo,  The way to do if is to cover the slee! spring witli ribbon  tu match her closet fittings, which in their turn should mulch  tho decorations of her room. Buy satin ribbon a little wider  than the strips of steel .and sew together both edges of (wo  pieces, milking a cover I'or both sides of the spring. Slip the  cane over the spring and wheu if is iu place pull the threads  uf sewing silk tight so that the ribbon will be gathered quite  full on the steel. The sewing, by the way, must, be a running  stitch, with no back stitches so that, il  will pull.  When the covering Das been firmly mstened in placo and  the fulness evenly distributed make a full bow of the same  ribbon or u wider ribbon that mutches it and sew ifc on the  top of the curve. If one wants it a lil.lle more elaborate she  can jnit another bow til. the front a little above where tho  slipper touches the spring; this gives it Huffy ami pretty  ell'ecf. A shoe shelf holding a row of slippers supplied with  these decorated lasts is a most attractive sight.  Unless the petticoat is correct Iv cut. fiis smoothly and is  of the proper length, the frock put over if will not, hang  well, iind the girl who wears it will not look smart. Bvery  fashion, however cccociilric, has its compensations, and it  may be said in favor of the present vogue of narrow skirts  that the petticoats worn beneath f hem demand a wonderfully small junoiinf of material and thai very little labor need  bc expended  upon  their making.  In lieu of the be-frilled and l.e-tiounecoil tiifl'cta petticoat  of yesteryear is an almost tube-shaped affair of rnessaline,  flaring ever so slightly below the knees and finished with  a deep hem or a narrow' scant piece. To make an almost  perfectly fitting petticoat of this sort, cut the material by a  five-gored skirt pattern of the correct-belt size, take up generous seams below the knees iind turn back as nitiny inches  as possible for the hem, in order to give weight to the  garment.  Bettor than any of the twilled silks for summer service  are the petticoats of striped, till white or all black China  silk,   made-  similarly   to   those   of   heavier   material,   but  trimmed with embroidered or accordion plaited narrow ruffles.  With all manner of white wash frocks are worn unstarched petticoats of crass barrod muslin, batiste or lawn trimmed  with scant flounces of: self material ������������������������������������������������������or' embroidered Swiss  headed with it beading run with ribbon, bow knotted at the  front. For lingerie gowns there are special petticoats aud  princess slips of hand embroidered fine linen bordered with  hemstitching.-.  Petticoats of striped seersucker, chambray.grass linen or  mercerized dark colored cotton, have rows of tucks above a  two inch hem and are intended for use with golfing, canoeing  and tramping costumes. For. mountain service fancy flannels  are made into short scant "divided" petticoats, faced with  four inch wide taffeta ribbon.  One of the most graceful arts that ;i girl can acquire is  to learn to converse and keep her lingers busy at the same  time. There are girls who can talk well and girls who do  needlework well, but they rarely combine the two accomplishments skilfully.  Onc of the secrets of the art is to avoid doing in public  any piece of work which requires close attention. Be clever  ill accomplishing a good deal by always having ou hand  certain 'kinds of work, or work ut certain stages, which  admits of its being done more or less automatically, and  let this occupy your fingers, which will busily do a lot for  you, while you make yourself agreeable conversationally to  one or more companions.  .Remember that courtesy requires you to give the person  to whom you are talking, or who is talking to you, your first  interest and attention and that your work must be secondary  consideration. If you reverse the order you will bc thought  vcry stupid, will bc avoided as an uninteresting young person  and had much better confine your work to hours especially  set apart for il.  ���������������������������V .- *  I'  When at boarding school girls are apt to acquire the bag  habit, more from hasty attempts at neatness than from any  real fondness for these attractive receptacles, but the habit  remains with them usually, and even when grown to manhood the sex finds new uses for bags and new ideas in the  making of them.  In thc outfit one young girl is getting ready to take on her  first term afc boarding school this fall is a dressing room set  which will stand many trips to the laundry and will look as  fresh at the end of fche semester as when ifc was laid carefully  and tenderly in her school trunk. This is a set of Oriental  bags, one large bag for laundry���������������������������there are two of them just  alike so that onc can be washed while the other is "in use���������������������������  a smaller one i'or soiled handkerchiefs and one of a different  shape to hold the neckwear that is to be refreshed for another  wearing.  Tne largest bag is made of four pieces of Chinese cotton,  the design being a white ground with the figure of a Chinese  woman in tho "centre. She wears richly colored garments  and looks like a Japanese print. The four lengths'of cotton  form tho two sides of the bag, two for the front and two  for the back. Thoy are fastened together with heavy white  cotton in a fancy sti.fcch, herringbone or feather stitch, and a  three inch frill 'is left at the top, where a piece of tape is  inserted crosswise to hold a narrow strip of wood which has  holes in the end through which to run a pair of white cotton  window loops to hang tho bag up by.  An opening is left in the front section of the bag, between  the two pieces of cotton cloth and just below the cross-piece  ot wood, so that there is a place to slip in soiled clothing.  "When the bag is hung against the dressing room door or thc  wall if looks much more attractive than some of the flowered  ones that are more common than the novel Japanese print  effects.  For thc soiled handkerchief bag two strips,of cotton, two  towels thoy are, arc sewed lcn. thwisc together with a fancy  stitch Jind  tho ends arc hemmed down over an  embroidery  arvester  For Reapers, Threshers,  Plows, Harrows  Iararcs better work  from the new machine  and lengthens the life of  the okL Wherever bearings are loose or boxes  worn it takes up the play  and acts like a cushion.  Changes of weather do not affect it.  -i /  Standard Gas Engine Oil  _ the sssfy  __ jm aeecL    It pr_rklc������������������ pcr-  _ct labncaOoa mlcr kigh tempenwwes wixh-  : c___a deposits am nogs or  ��������������������������� **fmBy go__ __r  tke ex-  ���������������������������lid  Capitol Cylinder Oil  isHrsn m**m pw, and makes the engine  with ka wear tad. tear,  tm   are  M the mii-ki���������������������������."���������������������������___��������������������������� si  Tradwa Eagiaea,  Wagons, Etc  Mica. Axle Grease  1 __any\  The Imperial Oil Company, Limited  Ontario Agents: The Queen City Oil Co.. Ltd.  Bft-_->4____  riimfrrr  ____&  Si ^^S  &m&<  ���������������������������Ti___i-riK_  ���������������������������_'���������������������������'..,7  JL.'  relieve and cure indigestion���������������������������acidity of the stomach���������������������������biliousness���������������������������flatulence  ���������������������������dyspepsia. They re-inforce the stomach by supplying the active principles  needed for the digestion of all kinds of food.   Try one after each meal.  50c. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked  them yet,  send us 50c.  and we will mail you a box. 33  National Drug and Chemical Company of Canadn, Limited,  Montreal.  E_______  A Scarf-Like Mantle of Cerise Satin  hoop which has first, been wrapped with embroidery beading.  The lop of the bag gathers over lhe hoops, and where thc  round handle emerges from the fulness a bit. of the embroidery beading is used to tie a pretty knot nnd to keep the  printed cotton from slipping. The sides of the bag are n.ut  sowed up all tlie way. It is more convenient to leuvo them  open for at least throe inches.  The neckwear bag is the simplest of all. I't, is, in fact, a  miniature laundry bag, onc strip of cotton towelling suflic-  ing for tho length and width. The frill at the lop^is narrower in proportion to thc length of the hag, and a slim bit  of wood perhaps four inch Oh in length is slipped into the  casing- made by two rows of fancy stitching. These bags look  very pretty and wear a  long time  Thero aro some wonderful bits of old brocade ami striped  silk which can bc bought now at bargain prices ancl made  into charming little bags for holding ribbons, handkerchiefs,  gloves, etc. Those are invaluable to thc girl who must live  in small quarters and who cannot take all the time nocessery  to keep hor belongings laid out in neat rows and piles in hor  dresser and chiffonier drawers. The prettiest of thcso bags  arc trimmed with narrow gold gild or silver galloon.  HIGHER ACCOUNTING and CHARTERED ACCOUNTANCY  BY CORRESPONDENCE  Write for full particulars to���������������������������  I   Dcm.r..o:'. School of Accountancy and Finance  D. A. Pender.CA.  WINNIPEG, MAN.  D. Cooper, C. A.    .I.T.. Voting, CA.  S. R.-landers, LL.B.  I  )AT was a married man���������������������������a very  much married man. lie hat! married no fewer than four times, and  all his wives were still to thc fore. According to Pat's own account before the  win t���������������������������whole���������������������������ho=wftt5���������������������������f riod���������������������������foi���������������������������bigamy-  ami found guilty, his experiences were  not altogether satisfactory. Tho judge,  in passing sentence, expressed his wonder' that the prisoner could ho such a  hardened villain as to delude so many  women.  ''Ver honor,'' said Pat. apologetically, "1 was only tryin ' fo get a good  one, an ' it's not aisv! "  w  The lion returned to her nest, only to find it; empty.  "Very funny!" said she; "I can't find things where 1 lay  them."  Old Gentleman (to waiter): "Can vou toll me if mv wife  is here?" '  Waiter: " Tessir, eighth hat to the left."  came home in thc" small hours of  Ihe morning, and his loving  spouse confronted him witli  wrath in hcr eye and a telegram in her  hand, saying, "Here is news that hiii  been waiting for you since supper-  time. ''  lie blinked, looked wise, and, bracing  up against the hat-rack, felt through  his pockets, murmuring, "I left my  glasses in town."  "Vos," slie replied, with scathing  agony, "but you brought thc contents  with vou."  Thc case with whieh corns and warts  can be removed by Holloway _ Corn  Cure is its strongest recommendation.  It  seldom fails.  riMlI.Kti was a great disturbance iu  J i.hc barrackroom, and an oflicer  was sent  for.  "What   is   the   meaning  of  all   this  row?'-' criod he ou entering.  "Taste that, sir," said  the orderly,  giving him a basin.  Thc oflicer did as he was asked, and  then, with mock relish, said:��������������������������� 1  "Well, [ think it is vcry good soup."  "Ves,   sir,"   returned   the   orderly;  "that.-'s-   the   trouble.-   Thoy - want -'to- -  persuade us it's cocoa."  Paint the lowest collar stop whilo if  thc cellar is dark. This plan will save  a fall and do away with tho fooling for  the last step whon going downstairs.  A cheap polishing soap is made as follows: Into a saucepan put one pint of  watcr, half a pound of soft soap, half a  pound   of  sam  boat on ogg on  I,   and   half  a   pound   of  thc  inside  Na better cigarette the world  54a THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER}S WEEKLY  Thursday,   November 3, I9i0  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  every   Thursday .-it.   Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  OUR FARMERS ARE LOSING  Advertising Rates: Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertisin.    SI an inoh per month.  Lewi) Notices: 10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  NOVEMBER 3,  1910  GRl__ .    FIELDS FAR AWAY  There is one bad tendency in man's  make up.     It is one which leads him  into  many  ,d_'lenities,  causes  hirn  a  great deal of sorrow,  and  keeps him  poor.   It  is  the tendency  of most  of  us  to  look    beyond    the   green  fields  about   us   and     search    for     'quick  money' in the   green   fields far away.  We were told by a Vancouver travel-  lingman, the other day, of the most  unfortunate   condition   some   of    the  businessmen   of    the   interior    towns  have   placed   themselves in, as a result of their having purchased suburban lots in the vicinity of Vancouver  ���������������������������on  time���������������������������and  were now kept financially embarrassed in their efforts to  keep  up    the   payments.     Men    who  never had to turn back a draft before  are now asking time, and more time.  They loaded  up,  believing,  no doubt,  that it would be   an easy matter to  sell at an   advance   if they were put  to it.   They    are   unable to improve  their property,  and have to wait for  others in as   hard    circumstances as  themselves, to increase the values by  improvements.     It   is   a   long wait.  And the payments   fall due with distressing regularity.  Kad these businessmen put their  spare cash into property in the towns  ��������������������������� in which they live, they would to-day  be infinitely better off. Some, it is  true, have made quick money in dealing in Vancouver real estate. But it  . nas not been in the real estate that  Vancouver agents are travelling over  the province seeking suckers upon  which to unload "it. There are millions of dollars in Vancouver in the  hands of "men who know the "snaps"  and arc only too ready to pick them  tip. If they do not want the property these agents are trying to sell',  do you think it is a safe investment  for you or me ?  As a result of these wild purchases  there are thousands of dollars going  each month out of the developing districts of the interior to be lost, or  sunk for years, in thc financial maelstrom into which Vancouver real  estate has been plunged. Many may  come out all right���������������������������we hope all will  ���������������������������but the chances are not in their  favor unless they nave capital to tide  them over the spell of waiting.  Our own town and district has not  suffered to any great extent. Enderbyites are investing in property at  home, and they are finding it profitable and safe. No district in the interior offers better opportunities for  making money in real estate by leglt-  =^rnP-t������������������^meansf===^n-=b^y^a-ipr-ope!-t-y--!-Lin-  thc rough" and increase its value  a hundred per cent by improvements  is possible, profitable and safe. It  can be done in this district every day  and the cost of the improvements is  not more than ten per cent of the increase.  We need more of this type of invest-'  nrs. Fortunes await them here. Wc  need them���������������������������we need them badly. For  men to sit down upon property so  valuable as that in the vicinity ot  Enderby and not Improve it one dollar in value, as some have, in the  past ten or twenty years, is a crime.  That is the reason for thc great cry  against tlie Indians holding so much  land that they do not make use ol  and will not improve it or allow it  to bc improved. In reality there is  no difference between the whiteman  who does it and the Indian. One is  as much a wet blanket on our progress as the other.  Fields will be green just in the  measure that we exert ourselves to  make them so. Fortune will smile on  us in exact proportion to our industry and capacity for work. When wc  sit down and wait for a thing, or expect something for nothing, or send  our money into green fields far away,  we are on the road to limbo, if not  already there.  It is estimated that the farmers of  Enderby district are losing mora than  one hundred thousand dollars every  season by not having their lafd intensively farmed. We have hundreds  of acres in every way as good as  that in the vicinity of Armstrong  which is selling for $300 an acre and  upwards, and is producing field produce to the value of $200 an acre.  And much of this valuable .land in  this vicinity is not producing $20 an  acre. Some of it is not producing 20  cents an acre for the season. It is a  shame that such is the case. But it  is a fact.     Wc   do   not like to make  SPEAKING KINDLY  It is strange but true: the people  who know least about the man Elbert Hubbard are quickest to speak  disparagingly of him. Perhaps no  writing of his has given so close a  touch of the man's heart as this one  on kindness:  "Should Angel Gabriel come to me  and in a confidential' undertone, declare that a certain man, or any man  or any angel, was a villifier of the  truth, a snare to the innocent, a pilferer, a sneak, a robber of graveyards, I would say: 'Gabriel, you are  troubled with incipient paranoia���������������������������I  do not   believe,  a   word of what you  comparisons,  but we do feel that the 'say.   The man you mention may not  attention of our farmers should be  called to the great ioss that is theirs  in the hope that they may be ron&.d  from their lethargy. The vegetable  and fruit growers of Armstrong are  shipping   three   carloads    of produce  hc a saint, but he is probalbly just as  good as you or I. In fact, I think  he must be very much like you,for. we  are never interested in either a person or a thing that does not bear  some direct relationship to ourselyes!  per day, and havc for most of the j Then, Gabriel, do you not remember  shipping season. Every wagon load ithe words of Bishop Begum, who said  of produce that is brought to the j that no man applies an epithet to  packing house means $50 to the man   another that cannot with equal truth  who brings it. Some of the vegetable  growers of the neighboring municipality are bringing three and four of  these wagon loads to town every  week���������������������������some two a day. We do not  know what the total output from  Armstrong this season will be, but  it will certainly run over the 300 car-  be applied to himself. When we remember that hoarse, gutteral cry of  "Away with him���������������������������away with him!'  and when we recall that some of the  best and noblest men who ever lived  have been reviled and traduced by  so-called good men���������������������������certainly men  who were   sincere���������������������������how   can we open  |> -o-o-o <kk>ooo_k>ok>oo_hd<>_kk><>o o<xkc-oooo_-c__o <x>_-ckkk>o ooooo x  I      Hair Goods  i Silk Blouses  I        Silk    Blouse Ends  Ladies' Collars  Ladies' Ties  ������������������ Ladies' Belts & Fancy Goods f  X  ������������������  _)  (���������������������������)  <���������������������������>  load mark.     We are ashamed to say . our hearts to   the   tales of discredit  what the shipments of produce from   of any man?"  Enderby will be.   Were it not for our   lumber and  flour  mills  ancl   our  hay      ROYAL WELSH LADIES CHOIR  fields and tie.   camps,   Enderby ship-    ments would   not    be heard above a i    Attention   is    called  to the adver-  whisper. j tiscment    in   another column for the  Wc need what it took to awaken !Royal Welsh Ladies' Choir, which is  Armstrong���������������������������we need some Chinese ;to aPPear at Armstrong on the night  gardeners at Enderby. Armstrong iof ^ov- llth- This is the greatest  vegetable growers, those that are \ aggregation of Welsh singers in the  now making small fortunes annually, i world to-day, and Wales, we know, is  did not know the value of the low :a country proverbially known as "thc  muck land until Chinese gardeners ;land of song." Madam Hughes-  showed them how i to use it. Three j Thomas, conductor of this great  years ago most of' it was in pussy-jmusical organization, is one of the  tail canes and marshy patches of jmosfc Prominent women of Wales, and  tall grass. Ten dollars an acre was'a most thorough musician. She has"  then a big price for it. Today one |taken active part in many national  could pay $1000 an acre for thc same ! events, both of a political and' iriusi-  land���������������������������if it could be purchased���������������������������and [cal"nature. With her choir she has  make 20 per cent on his investment !toured Great Britain, France and the  in celery and cabbages. : United States,    as   well   as Canada,  There is much of tins land close to ,am] Ilas receivPd flattering notices  Enderby. Most of it is unproductive, j fronl- Drench and English papers  and has been for years for the reason ! everywhere.  that it has never been drained and i Thc Political interests of her hus-  worked. We have seen enough of it ,band- Alderman Edward Thomas, a  on two or three ranches to produce \formei' mayor of Wales, have been  hundreds of carloads of vegetables if ; fP'eatly advanced by her splendid  properly tilled. And nothing what- .' Personality. Mrs. Thomas is the  ever is being done with it. , daughter of the Rev. Richard Hughes,  Fortunately we see a ray of hope ,'one of the most noted and eminent  for the near future. A year or so 'Poachers of the Welsh pulpit,  ago, Mr. Geo. Heggie and Mr. Gar- j AnV person wishing to read press  dom purchased from Mr. Geo. Bell, a I notices of the most flattering char-  tract of marshy meadow along the.acter from a11 over the world, in-  railway track south of town, ad-;clndinS the Royal Family, will find  joining the Stepney ranch. Mr, Bell ; sarne at the Walker Press,  sold for $42 an acre, and thought he  The Latest in the Different Lines  We cordially ask the Ladies to call and examine  these goods  <>^4<>fo4<>>_-4-CHfo-4^>KH_-f o o^+o4<>f_>+c4-c-4-o+_--f -ofof _>  Our Men's Suits  I Are the latest in Men's Wear���������������������������neat, stylish and nobby. |  I You will miss it if you pass these up when open to buy I  I       <$x$x������������������><$><^_>$x^x^^ f  I OUR RUBBER STOCK is very   complete,   both in 1  I   .- Lumberman's and fine. I  f . ������������������  ���������������������������I SHOE PACKS-Something needed   these wet days. |  I     Waterproof, and better for the feet than rubber     I  ISTANSFIELD UNDERWEAR.   A large slock on hand.    It is undoubtedly the best underwear S  I. made���������������������������once tried will always be worn.  <������������������. ��������������������������� ~~ ���������������������������   Our Grocery Department  | Is complete with Fancy and Staple Groceries.      Our prices are <$>������������������������������������������������������  . right.   A call solicited.  ������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  _>  was getting all   the land was worth.  A  party  of railroad  surveyors put  And, as pasturage land, he was. But | a ��������������������������������������������� through Enderby this week and  that._same.-piecc.-of���������������������������land-was-sold-a L_'  1 passed north in thc direction of Sal-  Private   Livery  few days ago, and we understand the !mon Arm- "We Cannot say'" was a11  price paid was $150 an acre. It is to Ithe lnformati������������������n obtainable from the  be cleaned up and drained and ti._. j SIlenlSp0^Sman of the party"  worked up into garden land, when it  will command $1000 an acre.  When a few pieces of this land are i  opened up in this vicinity, others will ;  learn how it is clone, and wc may an- j  ticipate   a   general   awakening along ! Rubbcr-tircd -Single   and Double  these lines. ��������������������������� .   ,. ,     ,  . ,    rigs;   stylish  drivers;   new har-  some Victorians moving ness; everything up-to-date and   " well-kept.   When you wish a rig  The Songhees   Indians havc after !..���������������������������_,,,- o,,���������������������������,i���������������������������      _  ��������������������������� .   ,.      ���������������������������_  f ,. ,. ���������������������������   ���������������������������  i ior a bunday drive,   speak lor it  many years    of    negotiations at last!       , J '      l  agreed to give up their reserve in thc j ear^< as mY finest turn-OUtS are  heart of Victoria. The agreement Usually Spoken for in advance,  provides that each of thc ���������������������������1.'. heads of  thc tribe shall receive ?10,000, and  that provision be made for a new reserve. Premier McBride signed tht  agreement the past week. j  RESERVE  SEATS FOR NOV. 18  When William Yule, Violet Eddy  and their supporting company of  Shakespearean players appear in the  K. P. Hall on the evening of Nov. 18,  in the ideal comedy, "Twelfth Night"  theatre goers of Enderby will see  probably the most elaborate ami  complete scenic production ever put  on the stage in   this section.   Mana-  A. L. Matthews  Cliff Street Enderby  Are  you  planting  bulbs  for  Spring blooming ?  Bank of Montreal  Established 1S17  Capital, ������������������14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary President, Ht. Hon. I.OHD STRATHCONA. MOUNT KOYAL  G C MO  President. Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K. C. M. G.       '    '     '  .Vice-President.ind Gunurnl Manager,   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking'Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT PnE������������������*rch_d.trom *!��������������������������� Tith  interest allowed ut current rate  -ranches in OkaniiKan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kelowna und Summorland  C. A. HENDERSON, Esq,. Manager, Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. Enderby  ger C7"P7~Walker has furnished-wi__  a lavish hand an equipment sufficient  to supply five acts, divided into sixteen scenes. Every inch of scenery,  every piece of furniture, every platform and stage brace is carried by  the company, together with special  lighting effects. The scenery has been  built especially^for this territory and  ean-be^adjusted^to any-stager The  sale of seats for this production will  be opened at A. Reeves Drug Store,  on Thursday, Nov. 10th.  PROFESSIONAL ,  T\R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 6  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. CIHT and George Sts. ENDERBY  W   E. BANTON,   Barrister,, Solicitor,.  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block. Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  TENDERS WANTED  To cut 500 cords of 4-foot wood on  our ranch south of Enderby.   Also a  total of 100   cords   of 16, 24 and 32-  inch wood.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING MILLS CO.  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. "Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby,  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodire Mo. 40  r Regular meeting* firit  ._.__���������������������������_. hursduy on or.after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invlt������������������d.  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.        Eureka Lodge, No. SO  Meets every Tuesday eveninf. at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  0. F. hall, Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always welcome. J, A. McMorland, N. G., A.  Reeves, Seo'y, E. J. Mack, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.,      ^  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  J, N. GRANT,, C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  K.of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments.    For rates, etc   aDdv  to- R, F. JOHNSTONE. M. E.. Bnderby  F.T.TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  AH kinds of Tin and Zinc Art _k������������������ Repared  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed rt.  /  .  4  u  BABY'S VEIRIBLE ECZEMA.  Five Doctor-Failed to Relieve, but  Zam-IJu/ Worked a Cure.  Mrs.  Chas  Levere, of Prrscott,  North    Chanel,   Ont.,  tells    how  Zam-Buk cured her baby. She .says :  "My babyV head and face wits one  complete w'ass of sores.    The itching and ir/i tation were fearful, and  the littlo r'ne's plight was so serious  thafc one,.imc  we feared  her-ears  would be' oaten off by the disease.  "We ha.l to keep her bands tied  for days to prevent her rubbing and  scratching Lhe sores.    Doctor after  doctor  treated  hcr  in   vain,   until  we had had live doctors.   They all  agreed it wa.s a frightful caso of eczema,  but none of ..them did  any  permanent good.  "As a last resource wc were ad-  ., vised to try Zam-Buk. The. first box  did so much good that wo felt sure  wo  were   at  last    working in thc  right   direction.      Wc    persevered  with the- treatment    until  we  had  used thirteen boxes, and at the end  of that time I am glad to say Zam-  Buk had effected a complete cure.'"'  For    eczema,   eruptions,   rashes,  tetter,  itch, ringworm, and similar  skin diseases,  Zam-Buk is without  equal.    It also cures  cuts,  burns,  scalds,    piles,   -abscesses,    chronic  sores,   blood poisoning, etc.        All  druggists and stores   at 50 cents a  box,  or post free    for price from  was bound over the head. Tbe  Scotch cap, the bishop's mitre, and  the little boy's sailor hat with their  tails and the bonnet strings can be  referred to the same origin. The  little bow in the hat lining at the  end of lacing had its origin in tho  time when there were no one-eighth  sizes and head coverings could be  laced in or let out according to the  size of the wearer's head.  Men in uniform wear their feathers on the left side, because when  plumes were first used and men  drew their swords more frequently  they did not want them to get mixed with their fc ...hers. The cocked  hat probably began when hats were  so large that they were looped up,  and thc habit then became permanent. The helmet of the modern fireman has hardly altered since tho  Greeks.  ��������������������������� ..MHJ.-.!..  UNOBSERVING.  "John, did you take the note fo  Mr.  Jones?"  "Yes, but I don't think he can  read it."  "Why so,   John?"  "Because he is blind, sir. While  I wur in the room he axed me twice  where my hat wur, and it wur on  my head all tho time."  -__���������������������������!  s^jsessi  Tihc source oi' all intestinal troubles is the common house fly; his  buzz is the first J symptom of typhoid. Wilson's Fly Pads arc thc  only things (hat kill them all.  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers il  stop the meanest, nastiest, most persistent headaches in half as  hour or less. We guarantee that they contain no oplurn,  morphine or other poisonous drugs. 25c. a box at your druggists',  or by mail from  NatioruJ Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada. Limited.      >   ' ���������������������������     .  29  Montreal.  -���������������������������j?   SENTENCE SEI.MONS.  The deeper love's roots the less  ifc runs to flowers of rhetoric.  Jf  a man  would   be  himself   he  must cease to think of himself.  Your light gees down as the tem-  peraturo rises in your neck.  Too many sermons deal out sugar  when tho world needs moral sand.  When a man dries-up like a mummy ho usually thinks he is a saint.  The easier ��������������������������� the phrases- come to  the preacher thc emptier they are  to the pew.  CIRCUMVENTING PABA.  "Reginald, I'm awfully sorry, but  papa says he doesn't want to see  you coming here any more."  "Boadicca, your father's wish is  law. He shall not see mc again if  I can help it. What evenings in  the week does he spend downtown ?"  Do It Now:���������������������������Disorders of thc digestive apparatus should be dealt  with afc once before complications  arise that may be difficult to cope  with. The surest - remedy to this  end and one that is within reach of-  all, is Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,  tho best laxative and sedative on  the market.    Do not delay, but try.  DOWN  TliE LINE.  Her���������������������������Do you like mv l>iscuM.k-  dear ?  Him���������������������������Well, they're fair, but you  should :.ave ._<_. the <i. _ r; n-,y  grcat-gra lf'inoi-hcr i.K.'d tn take  Her��������������������������� Why, y-,u him. r Paw wur  great-grand.. .clier.  Him���������������������������No, oufc I have heard  grandfather mention those L-isci.:ts  lo grandmother.  Cheapest of All Medicines.���������������������������Considering the curatiro   qualities  of  Dr. Thomas' Eclccfcria Oil it is the  cheapest medicine now    offered to  the public.    The dose required   in  any ailment is  small and a bottle  contains many doses.     If   it were  valued at tho benefit it confers it  could   nofc be  purchased  for many,  times the price asked for it, but increased consumption has simplified  and cheapened its manufacture.  The Nation al Life requires  AGENTS alallu������������������rePre-  sented points  to sell Insurance. Ours is  of the highest grade cs.iy,  so that we can engage  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.' Ikfuseim-      "When the preacher's imagination I n.l."���������������������������    n      _  ��������������������������� r    ���������������������������_'       ���������������������������    "  WATERS OF FOKUETF ULlVt'SS.  Why  .Ve.:ry Soul "Would Not Stoop  to Drink.  Thero  was onco a poor   woman  whose lifo had  been such a bitter  ono that shc wanted hcr. memory  taken away.    He to whom' she had  given the love of her young heart  had not fulfilled thc promises of his  youth"; his weakness had developed  crimes so that he was compelled' to  ileo for his life; and the sons and  daughters    she     had    borne   and  brought  up    repaid  her    care and  kindness with  neglect   and abuse,  .and at last, one by one had wandered  far   from  her   fireside.     So  thc heart of tho poor woman was  broken, and she passed, a sad and  desolate soul, down the dark valley.  of the shadoy of death'.   .She came  at last to  a dim river and   asked  tho boatman to",take her over. .  "This    is thc river'    _f forgetful-  ness,"   said   the  boatman.  uphil  Ifc js better to bc born a fool than  to attain to this height by an expensive education.  The saints will never convert sinners outside as long as they cover  up sinners inside.  Some good men fear the, world  will forget they are shining if their  lamps do not smoke:  Somo    choirs   havo   thc   artistic  mach regulator thafc can bo got.  UNDYING CHARM.  TAKING  FATHER'S  JOB.  in  Why should you beg?   You are  both young and strong."  "That is right, but my father is  old and weak and can no longer  support me."    The flies lhat   arc   now in your  Norah had lived as parlor maid k'(c{5c.   and dining room were pro-  in an artistic family for six months, hawly feasting on  some  iiulesciib-  *            ' '    "  ������������������Mc nastiness less    than an hour  m an artistic lamiiy  It seemed to Miss Aurelia only na  tural that .No rah should have developed some love of art in that  time. One day she discovered the  little maid, dust-cloth in hand, gaz-  -^.^_ v...*.-.-, __n\K> uie artistic uttto maid, dust-cloth m 1;  temperament, so badly they will ing at the Venus of Milo  sing a lullaby just before the ser-      '.'Do you   like   her   be  mon  you   stoop  and    drink  before  you  cross?"      ���������������������������    - -   '  Tho woman's face brightened.  "Yes," sho said; "1 will drink; I  will forget then that my hopes  failed."  "You will forget that vou ever  hoped," replied the boatman.  The woman drew back, then she  bent forward once  more.    "I will  forget that I came to hate him so," I  ehc said.  "You   will  forget that you  ever I  loved him," came the response.      j  The words seemed to stir a far  away memory..  There was a long pause." Then  tho woman leaned forward to  drink.  "I will forget that my little ones  leffc my arms. I will forget how I  wept for them a"t night. I will forget _tha^_t[tcy__l_o_st_,the_.ri..ht-.path  and  wandered  away never  The Real Liver Pill ���������������������������A'" torpid  liver means a disordered system,  mental depression, lassitude and in  the " end, if care bo not taken, (^"  chronic state of debility. -The  very best medicine, to arouse the  liver "to healthy action is Parmelee's Vegetable ' Pills. They are  compounded of .purely vegetable'  substances" of careful selection and  no other pills havc their fine qua-       lities.    They do not gripe or pain  Will   nn<* they are .agreeable to the most  all,  best of  Norah." asked Miss Aurelia.  "Sure an' I do, miss," said Norah, warmly. "She may not look  quite so natc wid her arrms ,gone_.  but she's so aisy to doost,.I fair  love her!" n  PAINKILLER euros all sorts of cuts,  bruises, burns and straina. Taken internally it cures diarrhoea and dysentery.  Avoid substitute ., thero is but one " Painkiller'.'-Perry Davis-iSc.   .nd 50c.  sensiiivo'sto'mach.  THE DIFFERENCE.  A fool is unable to see his own  faults, a wise man, seeing his"  own faults, is able to keep other  people from noticing them.  ^ONE REASON.  One reason why there is so much  sadness in the world is that' somewhere always'it is time to get up  in the morning. ���������������������������  ago, .and as a single "fly carries  many thousands "of disease genus  attached to its .airy, hody, it is thc  duty of every housekeeper to assist  in exterminating this worst enemy  of the human race. Wilson's Fly  Pads kill flies in such immense  quantities us cannot bc approached  by any other ily killer.'  ALL GREAT MEN, ETC.  '  "Pretty high priced doctor, isn't  he?" -    ..��������������������������� -  "You' bet. he .is. There's- only  ono druggist in town" that can decipher his prescriptions."  only. Gentlemanly, persistent, enthusiastic, intelligent men command high  salaries.  This territory may be open.  Write to-day to  THE NATIONAL LIFE  Assurance Company  .HEAD OFFICE,     -    TORONTO  AVILL ALWAYS KEEP GOING.  '- Givo a lie a start of a minute and  a- halt and ��������������������������� you   can   never  catch  It*.  Minard's  Liniment  Relieves  Neuralgia.0"  CANCER, Tumors, Lump a, etc. Internal  and external, cured without pain bv  our bonio treatment. Write un before too  late. Dr. BeHman Medical Co., limited.  Colling-, ood,  Ont. ���������������������������umiw.u.  CCIhen. buying yotir Piano  insist on having an  "otto mi gel  Piano Actiorv  ������������������������������������  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  Your side of the  argument may,  bo convincing as far    as you are  concerned, but what is the uso if  it doesn't convince the other fellow?  Bed, Weak. Wenry, Watery liven.  Relieved Ey Murine Eye Remedy.     Try I   ,. -      ,     , ���������������������������'" >--  M.V.rine.For   Your  Eye   Troubles.     You   Sttows he has a sense of humor "  - AS TO FIELDS.  , Many a man who is fooling away  his time in the literary field might  be useful in a potato field.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  NO REFLECTION.  "Every time the baby looks into  my face he smiles," said Mr.  Meekins.  ."Well," answered his   wife,  "it  may not be exactly polite, but   it  Minard's Liniment   Co.,  Limited.  ,Dear Sirs-I had a, Blooding Tumor on  my face for a lonf* time and tried a number of remedies without any (jood results.  ���������������������������������������������_ advisod to try MINAUD'S LINT-  M_Nf, ancl after using several botl.les it  made a complete cure, a,nd it healed all  up and disappeared altogether.  ��������������������������� :, . ,    ��������������������������� DAVID HENDERSON.  Belleisle  Station,  Kiuga Co,,  . .   U���������������������������  Sept.  COLOR BOXES  FOR SCHOOLS  . Retail, at is and _. uoi.t.. each.  Ask your doalor or write diroct to  Artists.Supply Co.  77 York Street.   -    TORONTO  -    to re  turn to me."  "Yes," said the boatman, "yon  will forget that you ever pressed  ��������������������������� them to your bosom; forget that  you ever felt tho tiny fingers wandering caressingly over your face.  You will forget visions you saw,  tho fond hopes you cherished, as  you used to rock them to sleep at  night."       ��������������������������� -    ���������������������������--    - -     -  "You may row mo across," she  ���������������������������aid. "I shall not drink of thc  waters of forgctfulness."���������������������������Scottish  American.   +.   EVOLUTION OF CLOTHES.  Band on    Hat   Survival of Fillet  Whieh lioiind Shawl on Heart.  Now the scientists aro making a  careful study of our clothes. Tho  earliest garment was probably the  shawl, which was also used as a  petticoat. Make two rows of  itiches up the middle of the petti-  :oat, give one long cut between  hem, and you have trousers. Tho  ���������������������������and on a man's hat is a survival  ���������������������������f the fillet    wherewith  the shawl  Will Like Murine. lY Soothes. 50c At  sw I������������������ue?lsts.-, Write For Eye Books  * ree.   Murine I3ye Remedy Co.. Toronto  And many a man's race prejudice  is-due=-to���������������������������his���������������������������having���������������������������befc^on^the"  wrong horse.  Three packets of Wilson's Fly  Pads cost twenty-five cents, and  will kill more flies than twcnty-ilvc  dollars' worth of sticky paper.  WHY.  _ "lb is generally conceded that a  girl who flirts may develop into a  first rate wife."  "Is it? But why pick out a girl  who flirts, when there are other  kinds of girls who may develop into first rate wives?"  flolloway's Corn Curo is a specific tor the removal of corns anti  warts. Wc have never heard of its  failing to remove even the worst  kind.  A doctor may not bc sure of his  diagnosis, but ho takes the patient's money merely as a guaranty  of good faith.  Through indiscretion    in   eating  green fruit in summer many children    become    subject   to cholera  -morbus-eaused^by^irritating^aeid?  that act violently on tho lining of  cite intestines.    Pains and dangerous purgings ensue and the delicate  system of the    child suffers under  the drain.   In such cases tho safest  and surest medicine is Dr. J.  D.  Kellogg's Dysentery   Cor _ !al.     It  will check    the    inflammation and  save the child's life.  TBUE CONSIDERATION.  Her husband was out walking  with hcr for the fi_\st time sir co she  had got her new hat satisfactorily  trimmed. "Isn't it a perfect dream  of a hat." shc remarked.  "I said," she repeated, after  somo moments of silence, "isn't this  a dream of a hat?"  Still silence from tho man. Then  she ventured,  reproachfully:  "Why don't you say something?"  "My dear," he answered, "you  seemed to enjoy your dream so  that I was afraid of waking yon."  KIND HEA1.TED.  "He is a very kind-hearted  man."  "Very. Whenever he-runs over  anybody with his automobile he always stops and offers to take his  victim to a hospital."  FISH WILL BITE  like  hungry wolves  ��������������������������� ���������������������������     at all ������������������ea_or_ if you -  ���������������������������   ������������������?e FISH   1.URB.  Keeps you busy pul-  m out.   Write to-day and  >_.���������������������������_ w.'.?   help    introduce.  ^;_^.,.,r_������������������va..  Your Overcoats  and faded Suit3 wouid look better dyed.   If nn .,���������������������������_ _  our.. ,��������������������������� your tow,,, write direct to ShMwiL^Botut '  British    Amor-loan    Dyoin3    Co.  =-IMITATI0NS-AB0UMD,=hul-ii.3ist=upon  f. ttinj? thc genuine, "Thc D. & h." Menthol  Plaster, which has stood thc test of vears.  It curea; imitations don't. "The D. & L."  i.. made by Davis & Lawrence Co.  There is a society for the prc-  ventionof cruelty to all animals���������������������������  except man.  Ontario V-fer.nary College  Artihatod  with  tho  University of   Toronto and  under the Control ���������������������������. the Apartment of  Africultf  > if Ontario  'Infirmary for Sic. ._!*T..a.s at the College  COLLEGE RE-OrENS SEPT. 30th. I9f-  A.B.���������������������������Calendar on application.  Dept. H.       K' A-A- GKAKGB, V.8   M.S  .  Principal  Tale, sickly children should uso  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator. - Worms are one of tho principal causes of suffering in children and should be expelled from  thc system.  ENGLAND'S KOYAL TRAIN.  Precautions   Taken   (o   Safeguard  Mic King When Travelling.  Constipation'  is an enemy within the camp. It will  undermine thc strongest coiistituilon  and ruin the most vigorous health.  It leads to indigestion, biliousness,  impure blood, bad complexion, sick  headaches, and is one of the most  frequent causes of appendicitis. To  neplcct it is slow suicide. Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pills positively cure  Constipation. They- are entirely  vegetable in composition and do not  sicken, weaken ,r gripe, Preserve  your health by taking  Dr.   Morse's  ndian    Root    Pills  Minard's Liniment Cures  Dandruff.  AFTER DINNER   ORATORY.  "Tcrwilliger, thc trouble with  you is that you eat too fast. You  didn't come into that restaurant  until I had been eating for half an  hour or more, and yet you finished  as soon as I did. You don't.half  masticate your victuals. Some day  you'll suffer agonies from dyspepsia, if you don't now. I make it  an invariable custom to chew my  food thoroughly, no matter how  busy I am." *  "Yes, but that's no reason, Je-  rolman, why you should chew your  toothpick for half an hour after  you've quit eating."  ISSUE NO. 37-10.  The King   of   England is taken  very good earc of when he travels  by rail.   In addition to the ordinary  communication cord, an    electrical  appliance connects every coach, including thc guard's van,  with' thc  driver.     Moreover,    thc   ordinary  vacuum brake is supplemented by a,  Westinghouse brake, so that if one  should fail, tho other is ready for  use.    In thc last coach travels onc  of the company's chief officers and  also the carriage   superintendent.  These have at their command a full  complement of workmen of all sorts  ready to meet any emergency which  may happen.      The   King   always  travels to the north by, night, and  the train which is mado up at the  point of departure travels over the  various companies' lines unbroken  to its_ destination.    .There   is no  changing from one train to another.  At tho contact of two systems engines and guards arc changed, but  never the passengers.    So there is  after all, some advantage, in being  a King.  W  ~cAun, cin&vtroxTiiycmi  ror Croup, Diphtheria,  influon zjl   Or ������������������ta p������������������  S.w n_, Buriw, Scald..,  AcoldonU,   Brniie*,  Falls,   Gunshot  JJ oundn.    PoUonoiu  lllt������������������.Q. IkitfH,Snake.,~  atJri_.no. ln._cU,6.0.,  i_*  Badwayt  Ready  Iteilef.  >.  $toft_?  Warren, Ont.  Feb. 11th.  "I had n hor������������������e that  Iind a Spavin for a  long time and I had  tried nearly evcry kind of medicine  wheu a neighbor told nie to use  Kendall's Spavin Cure, which I did  and II acted wonileHully."  M. ROS .NTHA ..  Kendall's Spavin Cure is no  untried experiment, but is the world's  ��������������������������� lanclard  remedy for all Swelling,  Soft Hunches and lameness in horse  and man.  Used the world orer for 40 years,  Kvery farmer, stockman, expressman,   livery  proprietor  and  horse  owner   generally   should   keep   it  always on hand.  91. a bottle-6 for |5. Ask your  dealer for free copy of our book "A  Treatise On The Horse"-or write us  DR. B. J. KENDALL CO. 56  Enosburo F������������������H������������������.    -    Vermont. Ihursday,   November 3, 1910  THE ENDERBY'PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  "Bruce" Calls Attention to Unfair     i  Methods of Vancouver Fruit Dealer _  In the last issue of the Saturday  Sunset, Bruce continues his story  about the Okanagan Valley. He is  getting now into the district where  irrigation is not required. Of Enderby he says:  "Enderby is a very busy ancl rapidly growing town. Its commerce  while not boasting a large fruit trade  as yet, is very considerable. It has  a sawmill which is shipping three cars  of lumber for evcry working day is  the year, and a fiour mill that is  grinding 600 barrels of flour every  day. Enderby is the entrepot of the  Mabel Lake district, which in a few  years will be a much heard of land  of milk, butter and fruit, being one  of the richest and newest territories  in the Okanagan. Enderby apples  "grown without irrigation," will be  a feature of the National Apple  Show. Its fruit possibilities have  been thoroughly tested and. many  new orchards are being set out. It  is only a matter of a few years until  Enderby will have a fame all its own  for certain varieties of apples. It is  claimed for the apples of this district that they possess superior keeping qualities, and it is a certainty  that for color and flavor they are the  peer of any."      o  In commenting on the lack of Okanagan fruit in the Vancouver market,  "Bruce" takes a stand that will be  appreciated by anyone acquainted  with the facts and knowing the attitude of the Vancouver fruit wholesalers towards .Okanagan fruit:  "What the Okanagan people cannot  understand is why so few of their pro  duct is sold in Vancouver. One man  reasons this way. There are 125,000  people in Vancouver. The average  consumption of apples in Canada and  the United States is a box per hcad.  That means that Vancouver should  consume more than half the quantity  in the present crop of 450 cars. Yet  it is doubtful if twenty cars find  their-way to Vancouver. Thanks.to  the.enterprise of David Spencer, Ltd.  the people of Vancouver did have a  chance to get some Okanagan peaches  this year, at prices that were fair to  the   consumer.       The same firm and  one or two others who are not under the thumb of the wholesale combine are handling coasiderable quantities of apples. * * * My impression was that more apples were going  to Australia than to Vancouver. It  is a certainty that Vancouver docs  not use anything like her proportion  of Okanagan fruit, and it is not  creditable to the wholesale dealers of  Vancouver that 'it may be said they  will not pay the price for choice  fruit, although thc consumer of ..Vancouver pays "choice" prices for stuff  the growers of thc Okanagan feed to  hogs."  . These remarks coming from 'Bruce'  will clear the atmosphere considerably. The wholesalers of Vancouver  ���������������������������those handling fruit and produce-  have long been considered a "cheap"  lot by Okanagan growers. Not in recent years only, but in years that are  past, if not forgotten, they have endeavored to play the interests of the  interior against those across the line  to enable them to catch the middle  and take off the cream. They have  not played fair. To them the fruit  growers of the Okanagan owe nothing  ASSISTING FRUIT GROWERS  Buy Flour that Gives Steady Satisfaction  OFFET'S BEST is dependably good ancl will make most wlwlesome and inviting bread,  is scientifically milled by practical and competent millers and in a clean mill, and all  heat for Moffet's Best is ivashed before being milled.   For sale by all representative  Uniform  Grades  AND GOOD MILL WORK  in lumber will  ���������������������������ocers.  E. J. Mack I  Livery, Feed __ Sale Stables |  ENDERBY, B. C.  HOME AFTER SEASON'S SALES  Good Rigs;   Careful Driv-|  ers; Draying of all kinds.     4  Comfortable and Commo-|  dious Stabling for teams.     <$  9  Prompt attention to all customers <v  Land-seekers  and_ Tourists in- %  vitod to give us a trial. <&  New Samples  or. Fall- &��������������������������� Winter  aits & Overcoats  rom House  of Hobberlin, Toronto  test range in  the  City;  prices from  $17 to $35  Fresh Fruits always on hand.  d  agents  for  the  famous  Brooke,  Bond  Tea.  .heeler & Evans  Walter Robinson returned this week  after a very successful season on the  road, visiting tlie market centres of  the Northwest and Manitoba, and the  Kootenays in the interest of the Win.  McNair produce exchange of Armstrong. Mr. Robinson report- a very  interesting season's work, and a very  profitable one. lie says tlie demand  for farm produce is growing much  more rapidly than most of us realize  and is far beyond the present supply.  He says when hu looks around IEnderby and realizes thc magnificent possibilities in store for our farmers, it  makes him wonder that we should  have so little to send out. Froih  Armstrong they are shipping 100 carloads of produce far every car that  goes from Enderby; As a result, the  produce-raisers of our sister municipality are in clover..  CROWDED FOR ROOM  So completely "are all the entries  for the first Canadian National Apple  Show being confirmed by thc arrival  of apples that the show management  has found it necessary to appropriate  the whole of the east end of the show  building gallery for the purpose of  staging the exhibits. Every available  inch of the big building, with its  large extensions, will be packed to its  utmost capacity with the king of  fruits.  Prepare  for the cold  weather by buying  a  Rest more  Mattress  A complete line in stock.  Also a nice line of Furniture to make the home  more cosy. .  W.  T. HOLTBY  FurnituroDoalor and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  Reduce the Cost of  Building your  Home  more than BAD lumber at  j cheaper prices.     First Cost  is by no means ihe final cost.  Figure it out and you will  buy your lumber of���������������������������  A.R.Rogers Lumber  Company,   Ltd.  In order to assist fruit growers to  keep their orchards clean, Mr. Cun-.  ningham, provincial fruit inspector,is  issuing 5,000 posters printed on calico  which are to be distributed throughout the province. These posters contain directions, for spraying for various diseases, and also contain a  warning that if in possession of infected or diseased fruit trees, which'  the owners have neglected to apply  cleansing measures to, the orchard  will be quarantined or thc trees destroyed at the expense of the owner.  Furthermore, all primings and debris  must be burned at the time of pruning. Mr. Cunningham will gladly  give ���������������������������further information to anyone  applying to him.  PdT^jg--_������������������^_T*tyt-rrry_r������������������ _������������������������������������������������������ i^JQ>TT__<-������������������  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  ENDKKBY  We can   still show   the-Gobds   \ \\  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.  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  STILL IN  BUSINESS  Headquarters for Bulbs.   Two tons  just   received.     Also    a   full line of  seeds,   ornamental Stock,  Fertilizers,  Bee Supplies,  Spray Pumps and Implements,  and all   garden requisites.  M.  J. HENRY,  3011 Westminster Rd.  Vancouver, B.C.  A. R. Macdoiigall, Mgr.'  Finest in the Country  1 'Enderby is a charming villiage with tity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in. the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman'from Michigan,. he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, L. ..^RPHY  Enderby K   ��������������������������� ���������������������������1-J-f~'*-"��������������������������� ���������������������������''���������������������������   '  /  ������������������tf  Thursday,   November 3, lyiO  "������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������'       / f  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  STEEL RANGE  D.;_Aipi**v^"._r.i;a_'_riB ejc^_-)rT.^7-._���������������������������___i.^___ni-Ta������������������_t^���������������������������������������������'i������������������^r������������������Ti������������������������������������  ���������������������������_n_i-rrT"n ifT"rr"i .r- i ���������������������������_n*j������������������������������������������������������*-jf*-j������������������������������������. ������������������* _l_-_.-t__.^_ in��������������������������� .-*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-. _���������������������������  Nine-TeAths of flic 'Ranges Sold Are  IV-  r  WHY?  (1) Because they are the very best  that Human ingenuity and good material can produce.  (2) Because they are sold at a  price that is no higher than is asked  for other steel ranges that are not  nearly so conveniently got up AND  WILL NOT LAST ONE-HALF AS  LONG. "  If you buy one and are not satisfied- with it after using it for one  month, we will exchange it for any  range made in Canada, and allow  you the full price paid for it.  For further particulars about the  KOOTENAY,' ask your neighbors.  They have one.  Prices from $37 to $68, according to  size.  A Synopsis of Shakespeare's  Sunniest Comedy "Twelfth Niglit"  Heating Stoves  From $3 to $25  We have a large stock of  Sleighs and  Cutters  o  of every sort due to arrive about  November 1st. \v"e can give you  prices on this line that cannot be  equalled in the Okanagan.  OUR LINE OF  Loggers' and Mechanics'  Tools and Builders-  Hardware   is  Complete  Sherwin-Williams  Paints, Oils and Varnishes  We solicit your enquiries for prices  and other information.  We     do     Tinsmithing,     Plumbing,  Heating and Roofing.  A, Fulton  Hardware,-rCin-&=-Flumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  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  Eldcrnell Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ���������������������������   ANOR L.   MATTHEWS.  IN   THE   CHURCHES  pHUKCH OP ENGLAND. St. George's Church.  ^ Bnderby���������������������������Service every Sunday 8a.m., 11a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. LATE celebration of Holy Communion 1st Sunday in month at 11 a.m. Sunday  School at.10 a.m. N. Enderby Service at 3.15 p.  m., 2nd Sunday in month. Hullcar���������������������������Service at 3  p.m. 4th Sunday in month. Mara--Service at 3 p.  m. 1st and 3rd Sundays in month. Regular mcet-  intr of St. George's Guild last Friday in month at  3 p.m. in St: George's Hall. Rev. John Leech-  Porter, Vicar.  TVTETHODIST CHURCH���������������������������Service, Sunday 7:30  ���������������������������'���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������p. m. Junior Epworth League, Tuesday 8 p.  ni. Prayer Meeting, Thursday 8 p. m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p. m.  C. F.CONNOR, Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Sunday School,  ���������������������������*- 2:30 p.m.: Church service, 11 a. m.; Young  People's meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m.  D. CAMPBELL, Pastor.  i  Everyone interested in good comedy will be pleased to hear Wn . Yule  and'his excellent company in that  sunniest of all Shakespearean comedies, "Twelfth Night," or What You  Will. Mr. Yule and his company will  be remembered by all who heard them  last season in "As You Like It," aud  all who heard them then will be glad  to hear them again in "Twelfth  Night." In view of the putting on  of this play in Enderby on the 18th  inst., a brief synopsis will not be out  of place here.  In Act I we find Sepastian and Viola, twins, separated by shipwreck,  and each believes the other lost.  Viola is cast ashore on the coast of  Illyria. She thereupon dons male attire and obtains service as page with  the Duke Orsino,-who has been vainly  suing for the hand of Olivia, a native  lady. The Duke is pleased with the  appearance of his new page and sends  Viola to pay court for him to Olivia,  which she does with so much gracefulness and eloquence that the lady  becomes enamoured . of the supposed  youth instead of the master.  In Act II. Olivia sends favors and  messages to Viola, In which, naturally, t-he latter takes no interest.  Viola, in turn, has conceived a passion for the Duke, which she is compelled to hide.  Olivia's steward, Malvolio, is so  priggish and conceited that others of  her household contrive a practical  joke against him, sending him an anonymous love-letter which he is given  to believe is from Olivia herself.  In Act III. we find Malvolio following instructions contained in the letter, and behaves so ridiculously tliat  his mistress .believes him demented.  Meanwhile Olivia's love for Viola becomes so intense that she sues openly  to the fictitious page, much to the  latter's distress. Sir Andrew Ggue-  cheek, a foolish suitor- of Olivia's is  displeased at the favours shown the  page, and in the spirit of bravado  challenges Viola. Though both are  eager to avoid the conflict, it is only  averted by the arrival of officers.  Act IV. brings Viola's brother, who  was also cast up by the sea, to Illyria. He looks, so much like his sister���������������������������especially since she is in men's  garments���������������������������that Sir Andrew mistakes  him for the page and renews the fight  This time he does not encounter a  woman's shrinking spirit or weak  arm, and he is soundly belaboured.  Soon after, Olivia also meets Sebastian, supposes him to be Viola and  reiterates her devotion. The delighted Sebastian returns "love for  love and they are secretly espoused  by a priest. -  In Act V. Olivia   encounters Viola  in company with the Duke and greets  her by the title of husband. The bewildered page disavows the title, but  the priest who performed the ceremony vouches for it. The Duke is  much disgruntled that his favorite  page should so abuse his confidence.  Viola is meeting with general disfavour, when her brother Sabastian,  arrives on the scene, and the two  who had thought each other dead are  reunited. Olivia discovers that she  has espoused the brother, after having wooed the sister, while the Duke  finds that his attachment for his  page becomes love when Viola resumes her feminine attire.  "Twelfth Night" was first printed  in folio in 1623_ It is considered the  best of English comedies. The present play contains five acts, 18 scenes,  and 2505 lines/ It is said that Mr.  Yule and his company are seen to  even better advantage in this play  than they were in "As You Like It."  The staging is more perfect, and the  scenes carried by the company are  better.  PUBLIC SCHOOL, DIV. I.  Following is the week's report:  Good Conduct.���������������������������Edith Teece, Hulda  Carlson, Alice Marwood, Pearl Cameron, Rena Dunwoodie,. Margaret  Hartry, Agnes Carlson, Olga Carlson  Beatrice Campbell, Jean Duncan, Edna McMahon.  Friday's examination was in history. In Class I. the four obtaining  the highest marks were: Thomas McKay, Patrick Mowat, Frank Pearson,  Joseph Mowat. In Class II., Olga  Carlson, Herbert, Blanchard, Rena  Dunwoodie. (The rest were poor.)  In Class III., Jean Poison, 90; Nora  Spear, 75; Hilda Hazelton; 72; Kathleen Spear, 72; Dorothy Dunwoodie,  65; Helen Buchholz, 63; David Mowat,  60; Clifford Marwood, 60; Reggie Ruttan, 42; Fred Hassard, 15. '���������������������������  During the month of October, the  following were neither late nor absent: Edith Teece, Elmer Grant,  Winnie Bell, Margaret Hartry, Agnes  Carlson, Olga Carlson, Bessie Jones,  Beatrice Campbell, Hilda Hazelton,  Clifford Marwood, Helen Buchholz.  D. M. BROWN.  A writer in a woman's journal is  amusing herself telling about the  "Mistakes We "Make in Bedrooms."  We do not know���������������������������cannot be sure���������������������������  may be mistaken���������������������������but it does appear  to--us that all of our mistakes, or  the greatest of them, are made there.  For Sale.���������������������������Suckling pigs from 4 to  6 weeks old. Apply to D. Matheson,  Armstrong, B. C.  Choice British Columbia Fruit Land  - UPFER~OKA~NAVJfN~~~  Has Ideal Climate and Deep, Rich Soil  No irrigation i������������������ nee������������������3_ary; warm summers; mild winters; no blizzards; no high winds; enormous  yieldB of fruits aad vegetables; good transportation and extensive market; beautiful seencry; jjood  fiihing and nhooting.  This district produces the finest fruit grown  anywhere. Its superior color and flavor commands thc highest prices on the market.  The profits are large and the occupation pleasant.  CARLIN  ORCHARDS  Is thc choicest tract in the District. It fronts on  ��������������������������� River and has a Railway Station on the property. It can now be bought in 10 and 20 acre  blocks at prices and terms never equalled in  British Columbia fruit land, as a special induce.  Pr(cev$110 to $125 per acre, jerms, 14 cash  ,v        yin/i/vi       Mm ^2and3years  And only $145 for land cleared and ready for planting.  You ivill never have as good an opportunity again  Write us for illustaatcd Pamphlet P, carefully compiled from Government reports and personal  study..  ��������������������������� " ' !  __   ��������������������������� "_���������������������������     ��������������������������� \__������������������^__K_>__R  :\ -\vi  __i_3_afe_k&&til_____fr,9  __.  ___F"   -PB^________________  _L^^H____i  ______"   ���������������������������*______v-3__^  __________*  T__________  ._"  ������������������#M  -     ���������������������������,..;  li  : _2  _   '                *<__             '  BBS*.  __!$____  ���������������������������__!______  illlff.  ifillSIBli  :.    _s  ment to settlers.  If you wish to make  money in a pleasant occupation you should look  into this proposition.  ROGERS, BLACK & Mc ALPINE,  Selling Agents  524 Pender St., W.pVancouver.  LOAN  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C.  Very Enjoyable Concert by Local Talent  The Methodist Ladies' Aid gave a highly enjoyable concert in K.  of P. Hall last Friday evening. The numbers on the program were  particularly well given. Special mention should be made of the  reading by Miss Stevens, who has developed into a finished artist  since last heard here. Also Miss Laing exhibited some excellent  voice qualities, showing splendid development as the result of.her'  training in the East.   The following program was rendered:  Piano Solo, Selection from Faust, - Mrs. Connor  Solo, "Carol of the Lark," - - - Mrs. Banton  Mandolin Solo, ... - Mr. Turner  Duet, "Tell Me, Where Do the Fairies Dwell."  Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Jaquest  Eecitation,     -    -   "Jakey.at the Kindergarten,"  Miss Hazel Stevens  Solo, "Douglas Gordon,"      -      -   . Mr. Jaquest  Solo, - - -'     - - Mrs. Neill  Duet, "Larboard Watch," Mr.Bell, Mr.Higgenson  Piano Duet.'"Fanfare," Mr������������������. Crane, Mrs. Banton  Solo, "The Haunt of the Witches," Miss Laing  Mandolin Solo,      - Mr. Turner  Duet, "Maying," - Mrs. Neill, Mr. Higgenson  Reading, 'How Betsy ������������������n������������������ I Made Up,' Miss Campbell  Solo, "Like as a Hart Desireth," - Mrs. Banton  Quartet, "Bonnie Dooh," Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Jaquest,-  Mr. Bell, Mr. Higgenson  ftftftftftft  ft  ft  ft  ft  This Oven Bakes Perfectly  because it is evenly heated���������������������������because it is thoroughly  heated, always; The ,heat-flues, - broad ; and deep,  encircle the entire oven so that-'it bakes' as well  at the top" as at the bottom, and. in the corners  as well as the centre. The ^bottom ~ is doubly stiffened  so it can't warp and tilt pies. The inner body of the  Kootenay is thoroughly protected with asbestos���������������������������the oven  walls can't burn through. Besides, the Kootenay oven is-  thoroughly ventilated. No food car* be tainted by fumes or  steam. You get perfect baking results. Ask the nearest.  McClary agent to show you the many other advantages found  exclusively in a  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  _*&______ -������������������������������������������������������':- v5<^  Write to the nearest McClary branch for booklet and detailed  information. It will show you why your range money will be  best invested in a Kootenay.  ft  ft  ft  ft  London,    Toronto,    Montreal,    Winnipeg,    Vancouver,    St. Joha, N.B,    HamlUoa,    Calgary,  For Sale by A. FULTON, Enderby  I Hazelmere .Poultry Ranch i  t  t  >���������������������������-���������������������������-.-  White Holland , Turkeys  - ^Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns and  White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  Enderby, B. C.  t  t  ���������������������������  i  t  i  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Life Insurance policy in the Royal Insurance Co.  of Liverpool, Ens',, is a valuable asset. A plain,  straightforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt as toils value.  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  Thc Phoenix Insurance Cp. of London.  British America Assurance Co,  Royal Insurance Coof Liverpool (Lifo dept)  The London & Lancashire Guarantee &  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK. ENDERBY  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer;, warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co. Enderby (\  2 _���������������������������  Gt  BABiSHED 8/ "FRUIT-A-TIVES"  MR. ALCIOE HEB-.R7  Stratford Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.  "I have been completely cine . of a  frightful condition of my Stomach  through the wonderful fruit medicine  'Fruit-a-tives'. I could not eat anything,  tut v.lxat I suffered awful pain from  Indigestion.  llj head ached incessantly. ,.  I was told to try 'Fruit-a-tives' and  sent for si_ boxes. Now I am entirely  well, can cat any ordinary food and  g_evtr have a Headache."  AIXIDE HUBERT.  50c. t boi, 6 for ������������������2.50, or trial box,  -5c. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-  tives Limited, Ottawa.  YV  ll.!__\   General   I Jut lor    was    commanding .it; Now Orleans, to prevent .-in outbreak, he .had issued  .1   general   order   requiring  ali   citizens  in   in)...1..si on   ol.'  arms   to  deliver  them  ���������������������������������������������p   al,   headquarters.       A   citizen   was  found possessing arms in contravention  uf   the  order,   and   with   his  arms  was  trough I  before the general.    lie pleaded   that   tin'   arms   were   only   family  relics    (as    Cold win    Smiih    told    the  vfcory).       "'Tha .     general,     was     my  iather's    sword."      '"'When   did   your  lather die. sir'.  ;    "In   1S5S.'"    "Then  'ie   must  have   worn   file  sword   in   hell,  sir, for it was made in  1.S.39.'"  R.e<I, Weak. Wenry. Watery Eyes.  Relieved By Murine Bye Remedy. Try  Murine For Vour Eya Troubles. \ou  Will .Like Murine. It Soothes. oOc At  Your Drugyists.- Write For Bye Books.  Free.   Murine Eye Remedy Co.. loronto.  Dr. Cartel's Female Pills  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  ;.escribed and re.oimni. dc. for women's aii  items, 5 _oiep..ific..!!y prepared remedy of jirover,  worth. Tlie result from their use is i|ui .k nr.c  .   rmAcent..    For Sn!e ut all drnsr store".  ABsoiiiai  The ono remedy tliat positively cures  VARICOSE VEINS  -~_a_a������������������_s__ and other diseases aflccttog the veins.  xJjan told J. E. Oa kc. of 85 ___. St.. SprlnBflcld,  Ms_ju. that b������������������ must hay* w operetta a, lie preterrea  *������������������ta������������������ AUSOUBtSK, JR., and ���������������������������oon was com-  SetSj- cured-hsu had no retnra of 0v������������������, trouble. Mild,  jintlsmttc, external appllaatton: positively hjirroless.  EemoTt-sOoitre. Wot. 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Spavin Cure curei the  trouble���������������������������makes thc horse sound md  ���������������������������well���������������������������and saves money for thc owner  V������������������_ause it removes thc cuius of the  trouble.  Keep a bottle alvrayi Rt hand- JlorB  " for 55.   Good for man and beast.   Ask  your dealer for free copy of our hook  '���������������������������A Treats. . Ou Thc Horce" or writ. u. .  .  BS.. B. J. KFNDAI.I. ro. F.n M^rs Fulls, vt.  _i".W_r?.ri^  'Jllll. mo.t MiniiMii^ story nl" an Amen-  .-nn in Fiance that I I'vur heard,"  siii I :i i-.'.-iMil ly appointed attache  |.. I ic l-*i-i-u���������������������������-li  l.nili:i>-\v, " is this:  ������������������������������������������������������ ' .\ well known I'Vcncli actor be-  . - r_ 111 ��������������������������� - iuvohed in :i discussion with  an American, iji'i-w lii';il"il, drew his  i-unl l"i-i_m Iii- |M).-I;i'i. threw it. on tlie  table v.'itli n Ira nie :iir. mid stalked out.  '������������������������������������������������������The American regarded the V'itrtl  I'or S'lii'.i- mit.'in'i.t..-. Mien touk- out. Iiis  t'oun'.'iiii |..-ti. wrote /���������������������������Admit beurer''  !_l)ov the enuravew line, ami went oil"  Vt  tlie  t heat i������������������'.' "   ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Blt'EAD   thafc   Glasgow   jj'eopie ; were  badly  scared  by  a  recent spell  o.f  darkness.    Can it be that they are  so   io'iiuran. .'''  ������������������������������������������������������ignorant, nothing! Glasgow people  are wis(_ ia oeiiig atraiil ot e;ich other  in  tlie ilarK.''  DOHOTJ1Y:  "Yes, our college had a  female   cricket  team."  (,'hai'les: '" Did   you   have   any  good -catcliers?'.'  JJoruthy: "I. should say .-so! .Six of  .them eaught husbands the 'lirst. seitson  :ind broke up the club."  OH, my!'' exrlaimed the ocited woman wlio hud mislaid her husband.  '���������������������������I'm   looking   for   a   small   man  witn one eye.''  ���������������������������'Wull,   ma .1111.���������������������������'"   replied   the   poliie  shopwalker,  mavbe vou M  1 if he's a very small man,  belter use bulli eves.  18 it a  restful place at that suburban  boarding house where you are'stopping'. " asked tlie young man  with  tlio absent air.  '���������������������������'It is now,'" answered the fussy  bachelor. "There's a sign in the parlor  which ..reads. ���������������������������'This Piano is Closed for  Repairs.' "  ]"   THINK   I   shall  learn   to  like  tliat  A    friend  of yours. "  '���������������������������'You  were  favorably  impressed  by him. eh".  ���������������������������'Ves. indeed. Jle -watched me playing billiards for an hour yesterday without suggesting how a shot ought, to be'  made."  f ���������������������������#��������������������������� $r  "VfOW. little boys,'' said a Suiiday-  X\ school teacher, as he beamed at  Ihe earnest faces before him,  "what lesson can we learn from lhe  busy,  busy  bee1."  '' 1   know,'' said Tommy.  " Ves, Tommy." said the kindly-faced  man,   "and   what   is   it?"  Promptly said Tommy. "Not to get  stung.'- ���������������������������'  YJ.S."   said   the   thoughtful   thinker,  "1  have an idea for au invention,  tliat   would   make   all   other   gef-  rich-quick schemes look quite idiotic if  I could only perfect it."  "What's tin. idea?" queried the  party with the bulging forehead.  "A folding horse that would lit under  the seat, of any cheap motor-car for use  in einerirciw.ie.s.,; answered the thought-  i'ui ono. ���������������������������  HALD-HEADED bishop, at a West-  end dinner-party, dropped his  napkin, and bending down to  pick it up, his head joggled the bare  arm of the duchess at his right.  The duchess, feeling the slight touch  on her arm, turned and put up her lorgnette. She saw, level wiih her elbow,  the bishop's pate, and she said:  "No,  thank  you;   no  melon.     1   will  take some pineapple, please."  *    *    *  ONI.   of   President   Taft's   favorite  stories, roceutly told at an inform  ;il dinner in tlie White House, runs  t litis:���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������A clergyman's little,boy was spending the afternoon with (he bishop's  child ren.  " ���������������������������'At. the rectory,' said the humble  preacher's sou, 'we've yot a hen thai  lays :in egg every day.;  '���������������������������' 'Pooh!' said the bishop's boy. ''ily  father lays a foundation stone once a  week.  AGI.NT1_I.MAN who was seated behind a  negro  in  a  tramway car  in Memphis vouches for this yarn.  All the scats were taken when a neatly-dressed   young   uegress.   evidently   a  lady's maid', entered the car.   The negro  rose with a  polite bow and oll'ered her  111s seat.  "1 hate tu deprive you, sail, "-she  said, as she took it.  ���������������������������' Doau' mention it, miss," replied thc  swaithy Chesterfield; "it ain't no depravity.' '  ASIU.IJKP.AN  chemist had  been advertising   his  parent  insect   powder   far   and   wide.     One   day   a  man  rushed  into lii������������������ shop and cried  ex-  ciledly:  "Give im1 another half-pound of your  powder, quick, please.  ���������������������������<)h!" remarked the chcmiM. as he  proceeded to lill tlio order, "J'm glad  ymi like the powder. Good, isn't it."'  ������������������������������������������������������ Ye>,"' replied the customer. '' 1  have one cockroach very ill; if I give  him  aiiutlii'r half pound  he'll die."  The Horseman  w  IIKN The Harvester trotted his  /V nilc at Cleveland in.._!.(_i]/., he  did it so easily that if was made  a subject of comment amongst horse-  mi.!i, but the mile at Port Erie, in -.01!,  did. not seem to be any more trouble to  Tlio-llarvester than the one the previous  wi'ck at Cleveland. He sure is a remarkable horse.  The Harvester's mile al Port I.fie  M'emcd to be trotted with the greatest  of ease. A well known horseman, while  standing iu the judge's stand watching  Very many persons die annually from  cholera and kindred summer complaints,  who miuhfc have been saved if proper  remedies had been used. Jf attacked do  not delay in getting a bottle of Dr. J.  I). Kell'ogg's Dysentery Cordial, the  medicine that never tails to effect it  cure. Those who havo used il say it  acts promptly, and thoroughly subd lie's  tbe  pain  and  disease.  the perfect action and the lightning  speed of this remarkable horse as he  came down the stretch steady and true  as a piece .of-well'adjusted machinery,  made the remark- "Isn't it an easy  thing to drive a trott'hig horse?" Aiul  so it seemed. It looked as if the veteran  driver, Geers, was simply sitting there  ut his eaje enjoying his drive, rather  than driving a race horse in the remarkable time of 2.02.  Of course, it goes without saying tliat  when a trotting horse ���������������������������attains a two  minute speed Lhat his gate must, be perfect arid his action frictionless, otherwise he could not maintain the clip aud  perforin the feat. It certainly looked  at; "Port Erie as if Geers had an easier  time driving The Harvester in 2.02 than  he has often had in winning a heat in  2.15. " ".       ''   ���������������������������  When The Harvester went a mile in  2.02, he broke a record that had not  been lowered in nine years. It was in  11)01 that Ketclnmi drove the bull-dog  trotter Cresceus in 2.02>/i.  Not many horses have held the  world's stallion record.  Only fifteen trotting horses ever held  thc stallion championship world's record. They are as follows: Ethan Allen, Pearnaught, Geo. Wilks, Jerry  Gould, .muggier, llambrino Gift, Phallus, Maxey Cobb, Axtell, Nelson, AUer-  ton, Palo Alto, Kremlin, Directum, Cresceus.  The history of the world's stallion  record runs since 1808.  Lu 1SG8, Fearnaught pl.aced the record  at 2.23, but held the place only about  two months, wheu George "Wilkes dethroned him by'taking a lower record  of 2.22. For three years the now famous  founder of the Wilkes family remained  champion and then gave way to ."Jerry  Gould, who placed the mark at 2.21 J/_.,  ami he. too, held the championship-fur  three years.  The next one to crown himself king  was Smuggler. He placed the record  at 2.20:;.i, but two weeks later Alambri-  110 Gift displaced hiin with a record of  2.20, only to give way to Smuggler a  month later, when the converted pacer  placed it at 2.1;'.1/_, where it remained  for eight years. Phallus, 2.13%. was  Smuggler's successor, but only for two  months was he the champion, Maxey  Cobb succeeding him with a record of  2.13.... .For five years Maxey Cobb-  remained king, and then the wonderful  three-year-old colt, Axtell, trotted iu  2.1.2 and became champion. Just a year  "Axtell reigned, the .Maine stallion Nelson replacing him with a record of  2.n;J/|, only to be ousted two months  later by Allerton, who became the first  stallion to beat 2.10. he placing his record at 2.091/1.  Palo Alto, 2.OS7.1, held it a year and  after the same period of time he surrendered it to Kremlin, that had raced  to a record of 2.07:}._. The great four-  year-old. Direct.1111. was the-next champion, and his record of 2.05Vi was not  beaten till seven years later when Cresceus came, onto the stage and reduced  tlie stallion's record to 2.02Vi.  . That was in "1901, and until this fall  no stallion had even approached that  performance. The new champion. The  Harvester, is but five years old, aud  in the r a I tiro of things may be expected  to place the record materially below the  figures he set it at over'the'.Fort Erie  track. It is the general belief of close  observers of harness racing matters that  he will put the record below the two-  minute mark before the season closes.  The Harvester, by Walnut Hall���������������������������  Notelet, by Moko, was bred at Walntit  Hall Farm, which is situated at Done-  rail, Ky., a few miles out of Lexington,  it is owned by L. V. H'arkness, the  Standard Oil magnate, and managed by  Harry Burgoyne. It is tlie custom at  Walnut Hall to sell its produce annually, as yearlings or two-year-olds, by  auction at _"ew York, but, owing to a  sick spell at the time, he was first intended for sale there, The Harvester did  not go to the block until in January of  .his three-year-old form. Although then  still unbroken to harness, he had shown  such speed at the lead and his individuality was so magnificent, that lie  brought the highest price ever paid at  auction for an undeveloped three-vear-  oid trotter, $9,000.  His purchaser was August Uihlein, of  Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. Uihlein has been  ii lifelong trotting enthusiast and breeder of trotters, and is also a great admirer of driver E. Geers, to whom he  shipped The Harvester a few days-after  the sale for speed development."  rpiIJ^ Sunday-school .class had reached  X     the part in the lesson where "Abraham   entertained  the  angel  unaware."  "And   what  now  is the "meaning  ot  ���������������������������'unaware?' " asked the teacher.  There   was   a   bashful   silence;   then  the smallest girl in the class piped up.  " TJn'erwai.   i.s what you takes off be  fore you puts on your nightie."  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The lirst bands used were of plain Manila paper, which the woman smoker  removed from the cigar and placed upon her finger, for use in llicking the ash  from the cigar without soiling or bur .ing the lingers.  .Manufacturers later sought   to  improve  the appearance of  their  cigars by  substituting  handsomely  colored   and   embossed   bands -for .the .plain   rings  of  Manila   paper,   and   the   use ��������������������������� of   these   finely   lithographed   bands,  for  many  vears confined  to 'the higher-priced goods, has gradually extended, until  at the      .  present time it  is almost  universal.  I'n fact, to such an extent has the cigar ring been adopted by enterprising  manufacturers that its absence from a cigar is in .some circles regarded as more  indicative of quality than otherwise.  The BUCK-EYE. does not need any artificial enhancement f,'! **"* nature.  The manufacturers of the BUCK-EYE decided that, as their customers did not.  smoke the band, it was bad business to fake good money that should go towards  improving the quality of the cigar to put into ornamental bands!.  That is one reason why the BUCK-EYE makes rings around all other cigars.  P.S.--The BUCK-EYE needs no band to make it saleable. Smokers know it as the best Ten-Cent  cigar sold. Cuba's Serious Plight  By Robert YVicklifl'e Woolley  5_y__2___Si_-  S  TRUGGLING   Cuba  cial crisis, but it  for the United Slutcs to steer her  safely over the shoals aud breakers and,  after all,  keep  the  pledge so solemnly  faces  a   finan-jthe leading hotels and cafes, that they  is still possible, would be called back by wireless before  given twelve years ago.   "Will she do it  Jt is a lamentable fact that uo one in  Havana  who  has closely  observed  the  course   of   recent   events   believes   she  will and that no one iu "Washington who  is at all familiar with tbe intentions of  President Tuft aud his advisers doubts  for an instant that  within a year thc  stars and stripes will be unfurled over  Morn,  and   Cabanas   Castles,   never  to  bo hauled down again.   True, President  Gome/, has succeeded tor the time being  in quelling the race troubles instigated  liy the negro general, Evarista Estanoz,  Writ the blacks are reported to be organizing with greater diligence than over  Wefore.   The promises made to them by  the Liberal leaders at the close of the  second American intervention have not  been   kept,   and   the ��������������������������� more   intelligent  among them���������������������������also the more grasping���������������������������  have decreed that there must be a now  ordor of things.    It is generally agreed  that'when the time to-strike does arrive  tWere will be plenty of funds to finance  tbe revolution and that these will come  from thc United States.   There are men  in Cuba in a position to know whereof  they speak, who will tell you the names  of   certain   capitalists   aud   of   certain  interests that aro ready to furnish them  on short notice.   I only know that their  reasoning is sound and that at the time  this' article was written  none of these  ' men or concerns had attracted the linger  of suspicion.   Of course, the blacks may  not lead tne revolt, but they will turn  out in such numbers that their wishes  will   have  to   be  acceded  to���������������������������and  the  balance of power ia their hands bodes ill  for thc island republic.  J. was told hy men in the confidence  of Gome/, that he realizes only too well  what the future has in store for him.  It is a matter of record that some of  his acts are amazing, and that ho and  thc  members  of  nis  cabinet are  daily  arriving at JSTcw. York. It was evident  that the work���������������������������of the proper sort���������������������������was  nowhere near completed, and that responsible Cubans who had tho welfare  of their country at heart had no confidence whatever in tho new regime.  Gomez was fortunate in having the  law-abiding tor his enemies. A large  majority of those who make a business  of creating discord and organizing revolts were enlisted under his banner  and the few who were not, for the time  being, did not count.  Onc  of the   first  moves  of  the  new  president was to let it be known that  he  was  about  to  appoint 'Ricardo  Ar-  nato, who had openly insulted the wife  of a former military governor of Havana and other American women  only  a few years before, chief of the secret  police.    Vice-President  Zayas  and  the  Zayista  members  of  the  cabinet  notified him .that they  would resign if he  dared to do such a thing, and so great  a feeling of alarm was there throughout  the island that stocks on the Havana  Exchange   dropped   from   two   to   five  points.     The  president  quickly   recon  sidercd and appointed Jose Ugarte in  stead.  /toil*  *  If  ffiAt.  accused of   .rafting.    The bold manner  in which the telcpiionc concession was  renewed   in  Havana   after Palma   had  refused to grant another monopoly and  even Afagoo.u had declined to act, called  forth scathing denunciations from press  '   mid  public.    It  is  generally  conceded  there that somchocly received an honorarium  of about $300,000.    It has long  been predicted that before the day of  reckoning arrives Lhe  United Railways  of Havana, a corporation controlled by  British capital," will triumph  in itscf-  ��������������������������� fort to  e.xchaiigooits  present terminal,  the   villanucva Station, in'the heart of  the city "of Havana, for the enormously  . valuable m .enal property on the, water  front.    The deal would have been consummated some time ago/had not some  one at Washington let it be known that  the   Uniied   States   would   frown   upon  such action.    Considerably more than a  million  dollars in graft is at stake. ���������������������������  On .'June loth last, adherents of President Gomez made a desperate attempt  to  force the Senate bill  providing for  thc trade between government and railroad through the Cuban house of representatives, but an  acrimonious debate,  during which many-pistols were drawn  aud insulting epithets were hurled right  and  left, was precipitated at. a caucus  of   thc  Liberals   held   just   previous  to  the session of the day and,, by a vote  ���������������������������f -15  to ol, it was decided���������������������������thc Conservatives  dissenting���������������������������to  postpone   debate ou the measure" indefinitely.    That  means Gomez will put the deal through.  Corruption is rampant.    In Cuba the  goat is the symbol of graft.   The Span-  fsh   for goat' is  "ehivo."'  which  word  is   also   the   Cuban   slang   for   corrupt  .������������������i.|i['iii. I .ir-inany-iuo_tl.s_certaiiijlaily.  and weekly papers of Havana have  teemed with cartoons, the principal figure in which is thc "chivo." When  the   United   States   Congress   passed   a  "Prior to 1906  over 40,000 laborers  came annually from Spain," says Consul-general Rogers.   "In 1906 this number   was   reduced   nearly  one-third;   in  1907 it further declined'lo 50 per cent,  of the immigration of .1906, and in 190S  it-had fallen to about 40 per cent.; to  be'exact, there were 24,406 immigrants  in 1907, of whom 22,287 were Spanish,  504  North American's and 1625 of all  nations; in ..90S there were 18,448 from  Spain,   847   trom   .North   America   aud  1,635 from all other parts of the world.  The  theory is now advanced that the  planter  can  bettor afford  to train the  indifferent, than to pay high wages to  thc  transient.    If  thc Spaniard would  only stay in Cuba, there  would be no  question   about   the   matter,   since   his  work is unquestionably better and the  increase of population would soon cause  an adjustment of the wage scale."-  But, alas!  he "does not,    He can live  on less than  the������������������ Sicilian' who digs up  our streets and  helps to construct our  railroads.    Every penny of his savings  he takes back to Spain'.   The sum-total  of   this   drain   is  told .in   figures   that  arc stupendous.    So, the question which  confronts Cuba is: "What is to be done  to insure the return to the island of a  fair proportion of the money-paid for  her products* iu" order that it  may be  circulated there?'-7 . Certainly, thc reckless   abandon   of   those   uow  in   power  does  not conduce  to  such  an  end.    Tt  is   a   notable   fact   that ��������������������������� to-day   fewer  Americans   reside   oh   the   island   than  have been there at any t-ime since the  opening  months   of   the   first   intervention..   Many went believing it to be a  land   of   golden   opportunities     where  groat riches could no reaped with littlo  or no outlay; they soon learned to their  sorrow that such was not the case. Spain  was.forced to'withdraw her army and  relinquish her ownership, but the.Span-  iard remained���������������������������and nowhere, is thore a  shrewder  tradesman.    For  centuries  it  has   been   conceded   that   the  Hebrews  and the Parsces are the most successful  business   men   in   the   world.     It   is   a  significant   fact   that   not   many   more  than a baker, dozen of the former are  to be found in the entire island.    And  I   have  not  learned   that there  is any  record  of  a   Parsec  ever having  tried  his luck there.  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Toronto, Ont  ������������������������������������������������������ ______ R^E COOK BOOK ,,^^r?,~-^*e^WM^OH,kB������������������*---i'   in_earning respect, and, if possible, the  affection of those living with ns; above  all, in procuring the maintenance . of  moral .and material peace in such .exemplary purity of administration that  no one shall, even in diabolic nightmare, conceive the criminal idea������������������ of  overthrowing us. either by traitorous  intrigue or by force."  That last sentence sounds a pitiful  note and illustrates well the plight of  Cuba. Senor Sanguiily is a man of  high character and infinitely greater integrity than those associated with him  in the Gomez cabinet. The president  was bitterly criticized for entrusting  hini with the State "portfolio, because  of his outspoken'opposition to the.policy .pursued by the United Stales toward  Cuba.  bill recently appropriating $100,000 with  which to begin work on thc raising ot  the wreck of the "Maine,'' it was suggested in the States that a monument  be erected on the spot where the vessel  now lies and presented to the Cuban  people. Whereupon " ba i'olitica Co-  mica"-proposed-ii pedestal, such as that  supporting the Statue of Liberty iu New  York harbor, surmounted by the huge  figure of a goat, whose eyes of tremendous candle-power would shine nightly  upon graft-ridden Havana.  I.v  the wav, Senor Tarriento, editor  of '"'liii Politica Comica," narrowly escaped becoming n martyr to the cause  of honest government a few months ago.  He had handled tho case of Postmaster-  General   Orencio   Nodarse   and   his  administration   of  thc   posl-ollico   department most vigorously and had reflected  upon the moral character nf tliat oflicial  in   a   manner  calculated  to  provoke  a  fight.   One evening, while he was seated  on   the   veranda   of   his  home   talking  with his wife, Nodarse walked up and  shot and seriously wounded him. without  giving him the 'slightest chance to defend "himself.     The   iraio   oflicial   was  arrested  and  he resigned from thc cabinet.    Peeling against him in .Havana  ran  high,  but',' to  the astonishment of  the   whole   country.    President   Gomez  granted a ff.  1 pardon and re-appointed  him postmaster-general.    To enumerate,  the cases in which executive, clemency  has been extended, for no other reason  than political expediency, to murderers  aud other criminals, would require more  space than the confines of this article  permit.    However,  in   thc releasing of  jailbirds G011105. is following the example sot by Governor-generals "Wood and  Magoou.  But misgovernment has been the rule  and insurrection has been in the air  from the day that Gomez was inaugurated. "Why, when the ships bearing  the American troops sailed out of Havana harbor immediately following  that event,  Pets were freely made in  lished and maintained.  "Cheap interest is not fo be obianied  by means of banks or monopolies,'' said  Senator Bcrenguor in thc Cuban senate  on   .-larch  4th  last.    "It is to  bc obtained   by   the   strengthening   of   our  political institutions; by the proper exercise   of   civil   rights;   hy   an   honest,  opposition, and, above-all, by the constant   respecting   of   the   constitution.  Tt   would   bc  even   preferable  that we  should  die or hang and-that-our planters  should  fail  of  means  of carrying  on production than that wc should "violate   the   fundamental   preccptn   of  the  nation,  jor  if  these  are  respected  lhc  republic will be saved.    I do not speak  with  the  voice  of  a  demagogue  or  of  one   without,   means:   only  yesterday   1  finished making fifty thousand sacks of  sugar.     I   know   that   our  welfare   depends   solely   on   respect   for  the   laws  which guarantees tne citizen.'"  Probably no better summary of the  situation in Cuba to-day could bo given  than that delivered by Senor Sanguiily.  al a banquet tendered him last February, just after he had become secretary  of state.    Tn part, he said:  "Impoverished by wars and corporations, losing each day the fertile lands  which,    for   lack   of   association     and  through  necessity, they  have not been  able to keep, surrounded by very powerful  foreigners  who owe their economic  pre-eminence to an accumulation of fortuitous   circumstances,   slowly   invaded  by   irresistible   capitalistic "companies  and  audacious  syndicates, which  daily  increase production, yes,.but contribute  chiefly to the wealth that goes out of  the  country���������������������������thc  native   population   i.s  being dislodged  from  its possessions-  many with final ruin���������������������������until now there  remains to-thc Cubans only the public  offices and their heroic banner, outward  and   palpable   signs   of   their   national  existence and sovereignty.   In intimate  contact with numerous foreigners, some  of whom have not yet even learned to  The greatest sugar crop ever produced on the island has just been gathered  and marketed. This'naturally brought  a great-deal, of money into the island,  and it was generally believed that the  consequent prosperity would postpone  the day of reckoning for Gomez ancl his  party. This day cannot long be deferred, however, because thc increased  wealth went into the pockets of the  planter and the own_cr__of Jhoj^rppjjiot  rlre^Tn.orer_ ~ Ancl even" ft some of  did,   the   lottery   would   soon   have  .He has travelled the length and'brcadtli  of the island and -has caused to be  printed in the subsidized journals lengthy notices of' the- alleged enthusiasm  displayed by the .populace in all the  towns he has visited, whereas the receptions actually accorded him were as a  rule anything but cordial.  It is related that President Gomez  ordered Iiis secretary of war to.inquire  what the cost of a'gunboat would be,  so ashamed was he of having to send  to the Hudson-Fulton celebration at  Xcw York last fall a yacht, formerly  owned by.a rich .Bostonian, as thc representative of thc Cuban Navy! Several letters were-written and "the onc  which   reached   a   Massachusetts   ship  building concern was taken seriously.  That com pany' 'promptly undertook- to ���������������������������  .Jind out what competition was likely-U":  be encountered, .and" is sajd , "t 0 have,  discovered" that' two big mail .order  houses in Chicago had been asked-for'  prices.  After nll./it is hard to take seriously'  children whom we, ourselves children at  the colonial business, have~-not vet'  taught t-) walk.    5  .���������������������������)  "tu  it  corralled   it.  Referring to  the situation,  "La Lu.-  cha,"   edited   aud   owned   by   A.   San  -Miguel,   associate   of   Prank" Steinhart  and erstwhile supporter of Gomez, says:  "There  is no need  of discussing the  situation   with   pessimistic  views.     Let  us consider with cold reason, analyzing  the   causes   and   observing   all   of   the  phenomena...   Just, after .making   .the  greatest  .sugar  crop   in the   history  of  Cuba, for which  tho planters  have  received almost fabulous prices, money is  very   fight.     Thc   planters  arc   holding  their profits; this is abnormal.    A zafa  (crop), such a.s thai just marketed, following   upon   another   excellent     crop,  ought   to   be   a   great   stimulus   to   economic activity,  instead  of  the general  paralysis   to   bc   noted.     The   lack   of  confidence is the sole explanation; lhat  cannot   be   denied,   and   it  behooves  us  to ascertain  to what  cause this lack of  confidence,   this widespread  distrust,  is  due.     Ts   it.   that,   the   country   has   no  confidence in the government."  .veil so. And whal a desperate effort  President Gomez ha., made recently to  inspire the confidence of those who  eloe'ed him to ollice. under f he auspices  of Provisional Governor Magoon, ably  counselled by .rank Steinhart! lie  has subsidized most of the newspapers  of Havana, and (hereby succeeded in  forestalling a certain amount, of criticism, though the publishers who have declined to receive $1,000 per month out  of the sanitary and other government  funds   have   scored   him   rather  freelv.  Tour   DrtiKK.  nt  AVI1I  Tell  Yon  Murine Eye Remedy Relieves Sore Eyes,  Strengthens Weak Eyes. Doesn't Smart,  Soothes Eye Pain, and Sells for 50c. Try  Murine in Your Eyes and in Baby's  Eyes for Scaly Eyelids and Granulation.  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