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 w1  I  ,.>n iv  '   !  '!7  if.  i>.  1 i \ "'i  i< i  m  : >.'; ���������������������������'  vrrjpxzaMiit*um?mw*v~ t t.-mgnt��������������������������� \,vi������������������au*-rj������������������ar������������������ws������������������  ���������������������������simmrnsr  i w-fyufjarewajngfu m=  ���������������������������wufa."."a lh-jvii. Mx*rfiT- liimiii  try jsvj^h  V ; JTfc 1-3MU3U utcn^u  Enderby, B. C,  January 18, 1912  A ND      W A.L KER'S      W EEKLY  ���������������������������Vol. 4; No. 47; Whole No. 203'.  mpiu i_s,"������������������r*r*_i������������������������������������w������������������.fr__r%jit5������������������i=������������������w<.^t  l������������������wr������������������������������������JBjii______an__j������������������i^ ������������������_ntu������������������_u ���������������������������  News of the Town and District  of Interest to Enderby "Readers  A SCIENTIFIC GAME  Curling is a scientific .game.   It /develops noises not heard at any other  Rev. Mr. Campbell   leaves   for the j    Good specimens   of -locaktalent in  game or in  lantern-slide   making   are    being ex-'breaker.of  coast on Monday, to be gone a week  or ten days.  Mr. and Mrs. Prank Prince returned  from their eastern and southern trip  this, week, having enjoyed several  weeks in the warm southern sunshine.  A. D. Forbes" writes from Long  Lake, Vernon, " that-he has taken up  the . position as - manager of - Mr.  Buchanan's fruit farm at that place.  Mr. and Mrs. Cross Polsjon returned  from   their   wedding   trip    the  week and are receiving the'congratulations, of their many Enderby friends  Married, at Calgary, on'Wednesday,  Jan710th,'Miss    Maud A. Wright to  .A.  J.-Manning.   "Mr. ancl Mrs. Manning  'will    spend   the winter at Ecl-  - 'monton.      'J "   '        '  - ' Died, at Armstrong,-on  Jan. 13th,  1912, 'Euphemia. Bruce,  beloved wife  :_ "of" A'.' E. Maundrell, " aged" 31 -'years.'  -"���������������������������/The -funeral-.took place' on 'Wednesday  7_afternoon.-    , _"_'   "     ���������������������������     -    ���������������������������   \   --."7  " :''Births"at:'tiie 'Enderby-Cottage Htfs^  pital: ...On the, 11th January, to Mr.  and Mrs. Henry -Milacho, a son..   i6n  Jan.   -15th,   to,' Mr.   and   Mrs.' Jack  Folkard, a son. - '/  There was^ a turnout "of 28 members'at thc regular drill ,of B. C.  Horse, last Thursday evening*. The  nest drill will be hold this evening at  thc old Methodist church.  Invitations are ,out for the Leap  Year dance to be given by the ladies  of Enderby on the evening of the 25th  of" January. This promises to be a  most flattering success.  I hibited at   the   Opera House picture  shows.       The   competition   for    the  'money prize   offered -by the management closes at   the end of January.  Messrs. Rodie   and Worthington will  act as judges. ;    '  any  weak  jthe yellow streak  jpan'ds the chest,  other way. .It is a  nerves, brings out  if there is any, ex-  and diminishes in-  Resolutions    were   passed,- by   the  Farmers'    Institute, at'' the   annual  meeting   last"   week,  authorizing the  Secretary to   keep   a registry of all  stock and   produce   for    sale by the  pa;members, and    to- charge a registry  'fee of 25c;     Also 7raising,the salary  'of the Secretary to $200 a year.-  flated egos and   knocks holes in the  bumptious; it plays hob with sciatica  and the family of sciatics, and turns  *��������������������������� / .1*  defeat   into   .victory   when least expected and1 uncalled    for.     It never,  dies.       It is^a ' contagion.     It is a  passion.       It radiates.    - It vitiates,  jit is the greatest game in which the  'broom figures except the kitchen.     It  {is a "simple7 game. ���������������������������  "Its expressions  are diverse,  ancl   sundry.     Some are  inexpressible and inexplicable and are  never-seen in print.   Others are more  subdued.   For instance we" hear, "lay  up to this,', jim,"   "crack an egg on  periing of Provincial Legislature, '", ;  and Government Legislation Outlined  Parliamentary Press Gallery, Victoria, Jan. )3.���������������������������Thc\third (and what  is generally believed to be thc last)  session of British Columbia's, twelfth  provincial parliament, "was on Thurs-  v_^.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT,  The Enderby Hotel' begins ,-the year  1912 under new management. ' Oil the  15th of   January'Richard Best took  Robert Ibey and W. H: Speer, representing the-Gourlay-Angelus "piano,  were'in Enderby this week',' on their jthe face, o', that jack," "get the  way to Vernon, where thoy-intend es- broom ' now harry,"- "hack weight"  taTilishing a ^ permanent^ office "-_ and ,Do!)>" and 7now sfcl a-nice draw:to  show room.    -.Mr.-Speer will be put* button and^don't.'bog."   Anyone can,  in charger ancl- will- operate from-,Vernon, ������������������������������������������������������, inQthe 'Okanagan--and~ Merritt  territory in the interest-of this-most  excellent, instrument7t ;���������������������������.  7-\   ���������������������������/'-  Mr. and Mrs. G. E7 Mantling,, late  of the Euderbv Hotel,-left ori-Tues-  day for.the East. " They go direct  to Chicago, thence to Detroit,' Niagara Falls and Toronto. 7- After a  few weeks in Toronto, they will proceed to Elnwale, Out., where they,  will remain with Mr. Manning's parents until the "early summer, when -'  Mr. Manning " .will" strike for the  Peace River.  Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Waddell took a  ���������������������������big   showing    of   their    fancy   prize 1 original Dixie  Jubilee Singers  poultry stock to thc Vancouver show  The greatest aggregation of colored  1 singers' in America will appear in the.  ! Opera House - on-.Saturday evening.  [There is nothing to compare with the  This  and arc to   spend   a couple of weeks  at the coast-metropolis.  A mechanical .horse, alias the goat,  =iCTifrafifliT"thin^  breakfast, by novices in horse-back  riding. It is said to be eminently  successful in the Enderby squad of B.  C. Horse.  A general meeting will be held in  Enderby on Saturday next, in the  afternoon, Jan. 20th, to hear the report of the committee appointed to  - enquire -into-- the - matter- of district  incorporation.  Wm. l-I. Hutchison had thc misfortune to suffer considerable loss in thc  collapse of his'' buggy shed under  thc groat weight of snow, last Saturday evening. Several carriages were  more or less damaged by the falling  roof and sides.  A meeting of the Board of Trade  will be held in the City Hall on the  evening of Tuesday, Jan. 23rd. A  full attendance is desired, as there is  .to be the election of officers, and the  transaction of other business of very  great importance.  Mr. ancl Mrs. G. R. Lawes write  from San Diego, Cal., that they are  enjoying the supreme pleasure of  basking in the sunshine on the ocean  beach at Coronado, watching the sea  gulls soar and listening to the soulful  story told by the, rippling swashing  sad sea waves.  The announcement appears in the  Canadian Gazette of the appointment  of Provisional Lieutenant Hennikcr  to be Provisional Captain of thc Enderby wing of the Armstrong squadron of B.. C. Horse, 1st regiment, and  that of A. F. Crossman to be Provisional 'Lieutenant.  company is sent through Canada this  j season by Mr. Jno. Cosgrove. When  Mr. Cosgrove puts the stamp of merit  upon a company   it can be relied on  play, the game'. .The'-\stanes -ill 'jest'  curl up'the ice .to/any" spot you want"  'em if "you lay them down'"right..  - The4 local . curlers ;are closing." the.  schedule - games-'-., fbi?fche" - Club ��������������������������� cup - tonight; although ' the ' deciding-game  jwas played'on Tuesday evening. --'It  j was a close" run between the" rinks  'skipped by Mr.' Murphy and Mr. Dill,  land Dill won out. The Club decided  .' at the commencement of the season  that the rules governing the game  ' should be. strictly adhered to. As a  result, tha two-round schedule, has  .been played off without a hitch," and  i there is yet a g'odd season to run for  other events and prizes. Several  games' have gone by default owing to  the rinks showing, up short the required'number of players at the time  of play. Dr. Keith's rink was particularly unfortunate iu this respect.  As will be seen from the appended  i summary of schedule games, Keith's  rink lost six games by default.     To  day afternoon inaugurated with all ovcr the lease" held by G.' E. Manning  time-honored and' picturesque cere- jfor the past year or more. Mr. Eest  monial by His Honor Lieutenantr'iwill 'be. assisted in'the management  Governor Paterson, the ' legislative iby Mrs. Best, nee Mrs.'-S.,-Thompson,  chamber being overtaxed to. accorn- (Both are- old residents of Enderby,  mo'date    the   usual   brilliant throng  customarily conspicuous at such historic functions. Interest in the-new  session is peculiarly stimulated by  reason both of the especial importance of various matters of legislation vital to the development "of the  representative industries of the province which will be presented for en-  acttnent during . its life, and .because  of the well " understoo'd. intention "of  the Premier -before- its-close to an-  and have a host ' of, .friends who-will7''  wish them-well in their undertaking.'- -  Mr. Best'has been'connected-with the ;:  hotel for, some years. He was there - '  in the time of Mr. and Mrs.'.Wright, v  and has " since been -assisting,, Mr.' r ;-  Manning in the management.- j ��������������������������� ':/i,  . Mr. Best' and " Mrs. .Thompson were ry  married aty Vancouver on Thursday''-:  last, by'the Rev. Mr;-, Stacey,,aridrre777  turned, to Enderby--in time-to" take 7"-f:  over -the 'business, on_._Mpnday/imbrh:77/  'i-J'&A  nounce to the House, and through it-*#"irig.;~ It1 is neeclless^o^dcl-th'atHin-J.Y^  to the"'.-country, '-details pi rhis.new 4der.the management;otjthese^  railway policy, - through^-which it; isVl Enderbyites-^ ,the v*hbtej .J'wiil^rapidly V^;  hoped to .promote a yet more-rapid _climb'into popular['J&vori/JWe/extend'-7  and'beneficial-era of .development in'-, to- Mr: and, Mrs." ".Best"' our^h'eaHiestS^  conjunction -with ' 'the"'- opportunities- gooci, wishes  created-by the-opening of--the. Panama  '���������������������������>*y V*  if *��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� _*ii *  . '.a  Canal.     Outstanding features of "the  ���������������������������i. i - -   ~      ���������������������������  session, which   it   is expected by the  Government, will ,'last-"approximately  six. weeks,    are   to   be   found-in the')  legislation  for   the ; ratification and  acceptance of the recently completed  revision'  and    consolidation   of   the  i statutes; a . new   and comprehensive-  ' land act; a bill for the amendment of  the ..Vancouver    city charter, - making  p,ossible numerous radical inovations  j in the conduct'of .civic government;-a  .measure for   the   establishment of a  Bureau of Forres try, and for thc per-  'fection of the Bush   Fires Act so.as  'much more effectually to conserve the  !timber   assets, of   the    country; yet '  i other legislation   providing for a readjustment and reduction of Provin- i  FANCY POULTRY STOCK'.'  -'"'The   Hazelmere .Poultry   Farm,_1'is"-7  holding its annual sale" of stock,'- in-",  eluding most of the season's' winners.   :  ;in White. Wyandottes, - 6 cock- birds,";;  ���������������������������10-cockerels,-20 pullets and-about "50  ;  ;hen's are being.,offered.   In-'S: fC."' W." .'  , Leghorns, 12 cocks, < 30. cockerels, 100_ -  fpullets and 60 hens.   We offer, special   -  prices   on pens   of ��������������������������� 4   females and 1   ���������������������������  male.    "Carefully.mated-' _ --,__. :y~ y  -'..  R. WADDELL, Grindrod;. B.'C."-.7  ~t 7<*-i\  as-being=aU-it^is=represented-to-be,-^night-,-^Scott=ancWJ-.^Ev-ans^v������������������lWpla-y-=  ancl we feel safe in recommending thc   the last game of the regular schedule  Jubilee Singers. It will be a treat  that any music-lover cannot afford t'o  miss.   Saturday night.  The regular statutory organization  meeting of the newly elected City  officials was held last Monday evening. "After the report of the returning ofHccr,-followed by-the-ntatu-  tory declaration by thc newly elected  officers, standing committees were  appointed as follows: Public works,  Aid. Blanchard; finance, Aid. Peel;  street lighting, Aid. Johnston; health  Ald.jKeith; watei .m'd fire protection,  Aid. Barnes, with thc Mayor acting  on all committees. Monday was  chosen as the clay of regular, meeting  with meetings to be held fortnightly.  Mr. G. Calder died after a brief illness in the Vernon Hospital, last  Thursday, of typhoid supervening on  kidney trouble. Deceased was well  known and highly esteemed by many  Enderbyites, who made his acquaintance when he was here superintending  the erection of the Bank of Montreal.  He leaves two sons, one of whom was  in business with his father at Vernon,  ancl the other is teacher in the Enderby public school. He was an  earnest church worker, and had a  host of friends in Vernon and vicinity. Many friends attended the funeral from Enderby.  for the Club cup.      The schedule for  further games has not yet been drawn  Here is thc standing of tbe rinks :  Do not let the   great sacrifice,sale,  at J. W. Evans & Son's close.'with-,  out your getting some of the-unsurpassed bargains   which are being offered.     The   sale ' closes in two days,  more.   Very little time to spare:   It  ���������������������������������������������i*.  By De  fault.  Won  Lost  won  lost  Dill   ... 12  2  1  0  ....10  '1  4  0  ... 10  4  0  1  ...   G  8  2  1  ...  S  0  9  1  1'  I)  Scotl   ...  4   .  1  ...  -\  <J  2  2  ,      !3  11  0  U  ENDERBY SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM  lias ueen a   record    breaker,  bargains are offering.  Gial-ta-xationr-the���������������������������necessar-y-legisl-a-^jas |_eeri"a   record���������������������������breaker. - Great -!  tion preliminary to the establishment  of a reformatory school for wayward  girls, the completion of the incorpor- 85 per cent of all headaches are the  ation of the City of Prince Rupert, result of eyestrain. Are you troubled  and various private measures the {that way? If so, consult S. L. Taube  scope and tenor of which have al- !(of the Taube Optical Co., Calgary.)  ready been outlined and, are well jl-Ie will be at Reeves' Drug Store, on  understood    by   that   portion of the  Monday, January 22nd.  community jnteresHngJtspJfjn.public  affairs.  lt is also possible that before the  session's close the Prime Minister  may be in a position to announce the  completion of an understanding with  thc Federal Government preliminary  to thc formal consideration of British Columbia's request for a more  equitable readjustment of fiscal terms  made chairman, and with thc Dominion of Canada. It is  secretary-treasurer,   also quite   possible    that before the  Bargains in clothing for men and  boys, bargains in dry goods, bargains  in boots and shoes for everybody, at  J. W. Evans &.Son's.  There was a well-attended meeting  of hockey enthusiasts in the sample  rooms of the King Edward Hotel on  Monday evening to organize a club  and plan for the season's play. S.  I-I. Speers'. was  G. E. McMahon  Organization was^ affected, and the  following    officers     elected: Hon.  President, -F. S. Stevens; President,  S. Poison, vice-pres., N. Curry; man.,  P..H. Murphy; captain, S. H. Speers.  It is believed that Enderby seniors  will be a strong team, many good  players being among those chosen.  Tho line-up of thc team will not be  made until thc boys have a try-out  game or two. Arrangements are being made for a game with Salmon  Arm early next week, and this will  be followed by others with the teams  of sister towns as fast as the games  can be arranged, the intention being  to have a "try" with every town in  thc Valley.  Success is ever to be found close to  the line which divides loss from gain, if you will investigate  session ends an announcement may  be made by Hon. Mr. McBride of his  intention to take up in all its phases,  with Downing Street direct, the intricate question of Asiatic immigration, of so great importance in can-  nection with thc preservation of this  Province and this Dominion as a  white British Commonwealth,  -Burgains, ���������������������������bargains,��������������������������� bargains���������������������������for-----  everybody, at J. W. Evans & Son's.  Thc big   sale   closes this week.   Thc  next day or two will be "clean-up"   *  time.   It is a good time to get In on  the bargains.  House and one acre of land in the  city, for $1,400; one-half flown, balance six and twelve months. All  cleared, fenced on two sides, nnd'in  a high state of cultivation; thc-'very  best .of garden soil. Good stable  and chicken house. Full particulars  at this office..  1  FOR  Thoroughbred  of the   following  SALE  Cockerels and Pullets  varieties:     Barred  For Sale���������������������������35 acres, one mile from  Enderby, on Mara road; river front,  good house, stable and chicken house.  Also brick house in town. Apply  Robt. P. Bradley, Chase, B. C.  This week closes thc great sacrifice  sale at J. W. Evans & Son's. Thc  greatest bargains of thc sale arc now  on.    It will be money in your pocket  Rocks, Barred Leghorns, Buff Orpingtons, Rhode Islands, White Wyandottes ancl White Orpingtons. From  $1.00 up. M. Marshall's Lansdowne  Poultry Yards, Armstrong P. 0.  Wc arc closing our big sale this  week, There will be the biggest bargains of the sale for those in on the  clean-up.     J. W. Evans & Son.  COAL  COAL !  I am prepared to fill orders for  domestic coal; large or small [quantities.     James Mowat, Office Bell Blk. 4-ri:titiini-/t_7^_..'  i.$%V  ENDERBY PRESS -AND:-WALKER'S WEEKLY  "TT*  acre  HAPPY HAWKIN  Copy right, 19091  Bg ROBERT ALEXANDER WASON  [Uy SnutH, '��������������������������� Mayuard He Company, Ihc.  of  CifATTfltt XXVI  Modern Kuiglit-Erraut  I! don 't. menu  i game, or l.o  1 was lonesome oucc.  *i.nyjy vs-ill iu' to Kit iu  joiffNi .ritiuilly Jii.Uu booze competition,  ur ���������������������������LVi.iiii' a sort oi." inward desire to  "i^n^K- about vvitii some, o' tho old  {j'^ya an ' sue who could remember the  b'^e:-.l: tales���������������������������I mean lonesome,---tho  real i;l.-.-.trainii_' article when a mau  arts in1 a Jimpy little heap, with ~j.s  tongue bangin' oofc, a-wishin' that a  iu'.A'^it coyote would saunter along, slap  f/fin on Uie back, an' will liim friend.  1 was oui, in No-man's land with just  r. funxll bunch o' mangy cows, au' tho  igrass .so scarce I purt' nigh had to got  <*;i>,' .shod���������������������������they had to travel so far in  l&ufcht' a meal, it was hot aa' it was  diijfijiy an' it was dry���������������������������the whole earth  flcentijil to reek, AL'y victuals got moldy  _ mr? soft an' sticky, my appetite laid  dcVwi an' refused to go another peg; I  WcW just simply dyin' o' thirst, an'  vfKgy  single drop   o'  water  we camo  f'fos had a breath iike the dyin' gasp  a coal-oil stove, expirLn' for a couple  ���������������������������vr .Augers o' the stuff they floa. uuiver-  jfftvs in.  '.'���������������������������Cow I'd. alius supposed that tho'  wa^-n 't anything left to tell rue about  uj&ir lonesome; but when it was fiuaily  eciSed that Barbio was to waste herself  o^rthat imported imitation of: a hand-  qptVie mechanical toy, I found out that  Jleretot'ore I'd been, only dc&Hn' in  (^illdish deiusiouB. The whole Diamond  Uot seemed to rest right on top o' ray  aorfl: tbe air didn't smell sweet, 1' got  cd, T'd Ho awake at night, food grow  ������������������������������������ fearless it could look mo right in  tsXe faee without Cinch-in'; but ono  night 1 saw Merry England with, hia  mtgki around Barbie's waist, an' that  sijuled it. By the time I had regained  ���������������������������������������������!/ self-control, I was twenty miles'  ij&m the ranch, an' I knew that if I  fOTUt back it would be to make ar-  nvngementa for tho last sad obs'erp_aria������������������.  of Clarence the   Comforter.  l  1 had about three hundred bucks in  :������������������qy belt, so L wendod my way to Dan  lours ago, an' ail my iingor-nails ia  voes to the quick tryin' to scratch up  motigli  change.''  Ho studied my fate a moment, then  ie chuckled up a laugn, an' bcootou  iver to au oatiu'-house, coram' back  ���������������������������vith a lot ������������������' scuif an' somo codec. Thon  ���������������������������vo yot into tht. boa. an' begun to anil,  /ii, it certiuiiiiy was grand! liy the  -.imi. C had mado it up with my stomach  vo we.ft out on the i'aciiie Ocean, an'  l felt like ChriHtonhor Columbus.  hlnjoy myself? Well, I guosa I did! 1  felt like a hoy wit J/, copper-toed boots  an' a toy balloon. Then things began  to churn up wild an' furious. Fatty  said that Pacific-, meant mild an' peaceful���������������������������tho darned sarcastic, littlo liar!  Tha storm chat was presently kazooin'  along waa fierce an' horrible, au' that  dinky little soup-bubble cut up scandalous.  We went jouipiu' an' sliding ahead,  tilted away over oa oue side, but Fatty never turned a hair; ho said it was  nothin'. but a capful o' wind, an' ho  sat in the bac'jk end o' tbe boat with a  little stick; iu bin hand, kummin' tunes  an' bavin' the time of his life; but give  me a buijcfc of bliwani-scaved long-  tiorus for mine.  kiught," aea  he.  "1  wa,ttt you  to advertise tobacco.''  "(Say/' 3������������������k it "perhajm you savor  noticed it; but after you'to been livin'  ou air for somo time you get ������������������o you  can't toll whether it's yourself or v-he  other follor what's craay. i came dowu  to this town becauye my appetite was  clogged up an.' wouldn't work; but I'm  cured. I'm the moat infernally eurert  individual you ever set eye������������������ on, an'  fin gi  biamo  dn' inuik  wliero  food  ain't, too  proud   to   he   seen   ir,   company  with a poor man."  Well, X broke through his, ������������������srnat that  timo, an' wo sidled into a feed-joint,  where L pried /uy ribs apart wkile he  unfolded his plot. J.t seemed the*-' was  a brand of ehowin' tobacco what had  ono o' these here knights on the tag,  an' ������������������ waa to dress up like the pietare  au' advertise it. Tho mau who waa to  do it had sprained his auklo. au' Fatty 'k brother was huntin' up a new Man.  Fatty said he'd gat mo the job.  Well, fee did. an' next mornin' I started out in a tin suit with a sort of kettle'  turned upside down an' covered with  feathers for a sky-piece, t certainly  mado an iiuposiu' sight, an' all I had  ho do was to rido around an' fling littlo  i%rs   an'   sneaked   aboard   the   Eaafc-  (ound without attfiictba' the notice of  *t' Mrs. Fate or any o' the rest o' thc  IJanders bunch.    1 got out at Laramie,  ���������������������������Un/ thoy all knew Dick an' was proud  <������������������" him  an'  ca������������������;er' to  learu what  had  %come of him." Ono thing else I found  ���������������������������   oat,  an'   that   was  that  ho had  been  "keepin'   a   womaix all  fight, an'  that  ' rfhe   wan   livin'  there' yet; "but  uever  "-"Kent out without a heavy veil, au' tlio'  <aBn't any .way short o' physical forco  7 ft get to speak to her.  . I figured out that Diek wouldn't tare  wj. go" back  to  Texas, so   the chances)  <Hg.ro" that bo was oither in. Sait Francis-  <������������������������������������ or Knglaud.    ������������������ didn't know anything  sfi'wut Englaud, so I Treat to ;J?Visco. 1"  frowk'il around .for a couple o' days ox-  t\eily   like   a   story-detective;   an'   by  Suks,  1 turned up a clue. Tiat fallor,  ri? er,  was the clue/am.' when T spied  }mih  in  a   low gnmblin'  room  .1  Jiiade  /jewne  little stir until I got hiia  alone  no I.f'could talk lo him.    t hadn't hurt  Mm iiouu; but I' had been to!'able firm.,  Aii' he was minded to spoak the truth,  fife told mo that Dick was ia the Texas  -{.anitnutiar}'' for life���������������������������that ho had sur-  (ciulered himself up, an' tkafc thia was  rtfhst had give him lifa instead ox  the  wpe. '  J knew the gang K'hat had put him  ifcere, an' I knew that his chances for  (f(?ttin' out wero about aa good as if he  ������������������as' in his grave. .������������������ was stumped an'  f know it; so I oez to Piker: " Piker,  ^���������������������������ou may think taa.t I'm alluH aa gentle  48 I've been with you; but if thiii ain't  ii;ue truth you've told mo I'll get your  ^^^.-if--f-bjt-V-o^l.o--tr.?c-V-r3r-OTL=baraa:ooted.  ���������������������������/owgb bell."  ale ,iwore by overything hc could r<������������������-  ������������������einber that it was the solemn truth,  jTji' then f turned hini loose an' I" tunt-  ���������������������������*$ myself loose too. The boya dowa at  *.9t]hvi) was certainly glad to see ma,  ���������������������������ail' wi������������������ mire bad a royal good time as  3_.iig as my money lasted; but whon it  (fygan to dry up thoy seemed to lose  .Utereyt in me an' had a heap o' prl-  yrnie h'^jnew tn attend to. ���������������������������  Out1" morDiiri' I notice<l tSi't li was  4*ad broke; ho I drilled down to tho  4pck an' sat on a post. Pretty soon  _floni_ comes a little fat. man, an' ho  &������������������>ks mo over from noso to toe. f don't  ituow why it is, but as a rule a city  man t ;i It oa as open-hearted an' disom-  Jjarrasit'd an interest in me as though I  wftH a prize pun kin' or the father ������������������f a  new breed o' beef cattle. After he  land made up hia opinion ho umiles into  ������������������uy eyes an' tier., " f. liko your face."  "Vou pool lie mc," ne/. f. "I was  jt_Pt ihinkin' o' havin' it romodeUod;  hot now I'll leave it just as it ia."  Welt, lie la.igha an' Hlaps me on the  raack an' so/,, "J. like your ot/Io. Vfani  5������������������ ink.; a ride?"  "What on?" sez I, for In. seemwl  jyurty blocky ;tn' fat-logged for ft ridin'  ;w;iu,  "On that (bore sailboat," so-/, ho,  y������������������5ntin' to a thiug about the h'iko of a  Sat-iron'with a knitt in'-needle stickin'  'Jtil. of it.  I (,'ivp a littlo think, an' T. ihiz: "To  tell you the gospel truth, .Bud, I.ain't  Hfv.M- been on a sailboat in my life; bnt  ������������������ 'in game'to "play hor one whirl if you'll  lust'wait  until  V get  my breakfast."  "How  lr.ttg will it take?" w:r. he.  1".  '-'I've  I never, know-ed a boat was so human.  This one bucfeid au' kicked au' roared  up an' tried to fail over on its back,  tbo aame as a mustang; while I held on  with my teeth an' wondered if it was  a put-up job. Thou C began to feel as  though I had partakin' of a balloon. I  gritted iizy teeth aa' swailored hot water coustaat; but it wasn't no use;  purty aooa that beautiful breakfast began to Sghfc its way fco liberty. Layer  after layer, ap it camo; an' all thc  while mebbe I was7i't feelin' like a  tender-foot, with tbat fat littlo cuss  puiRu' his pipe in the back seat, as  happy as a tead.  Af Imt a bit ho looka at ma purty sym-  pathetic like, am'riez, "You-seem to  have a weak stomach-"  "Weak?" i" yella. "Weak! why you  doggoac sou of a pirate, it kicks like  a shotgun evory tiaie it goes off.  Weald "  We stayed out cut ������������������������������������ir pteawure trip  tbe beGt part of tho ds.y, ma layiu' with  what u&'id te be my head jammed under tho fxout iieat, whilo my liver.chased my stomach up an' down my backbone, trjin' to squeeita out a few more  crumbs o' tbat breakfast. You can-believe mc or not; but when noon came  that double-dyed . yLUais got- out. tho  grub su' began to eat���������������������������e^on gain' ao  tar a.s to ask me to join him. r A nv;g  wouldn't 'a' done it. Wo ts.me back  about live o'tlnck, au' by the time we  reachod the laridin ���������������������������' place T was feelin'  iiuo. An' hungry��������������������������� Say!  - When we got upoa the platform an'  started to walk np-town Fatty sot: to  me, c ������������������ WTuit aro yu������������������ gcia -' to do to kill  time now?"  "Time?" aw. L "Weill, now, I dun-  uo as I feel auy iafeorn kaxkeriu' to  slaughter tiiuo; but if tke game laws  aia't in. force .f. wouldn't mind fuiskin'  up a' covey of f*t young' ham sand-  Wfidgflfl."  "You're a fanny fluae," sez ho.  "I am," sez I; "au' i. hope f won't  come auddeu ia ������������������ro������������������.t of a lookin'-glass.  A. yood hoarty laugh jxtat now would be  purty apt to puncture rey stomach���������������������������it's  jammed up so tight again ray backbone. ''  "You don't seem fco like this coao-  muntty," sort he.  "I don't ksow," ae������������������ I.    "Ik's beon  a  mighty kvug tbuo since ������������������ lasted it;  but I have aa idy th&fc I'd onjoy aome'  Her_:ed_kQt��������������������������� with -a ccmpla-oLporl:HrhonSC_  "Douc'V'i   if   I   know,  se  %epn  wiiitiri'  bore about two houra al-  wwdy   an'  the'  ain't  none  showed  up  jret.'''  "Why don't you go ��������������������������� to a rewtaur-  anil'' vi.z be.  "I thank you kindly for tho suj/^s-  fcloTi," v-ez I; "but tbe Hsmo brilliant  Wee O'.'currod  to me a littlo over two  sloaks sznothered ixi combcef haali an'  about tkreo pints o' coffee."  Uo chacklod up anothar lAtiglt, an net,  "Ix you had a gooJ job Jkero wffuld-you  be apt to settle?"  "SettLe?" ?,vx !', "ycn������������������ needn't worry  mnch about that; I'm no tight-wad.  When it cornea wiy turn to settle I generally fiab up a handful xm' say, 'Here,  take it out i>' that aa' keep tha  ohangtf'."  rfo looked iat"������������������(. a Tuinufco"without  speakin,' an' then .lie said, as  thoiujh ho wjtfl thinkin' aloud,  "You seem to ho ������������������n.i{������������������Uky well sot up."  I. was hurt at this. "Your ticket on-  tifclen you to ono more g.ie-jfl," ^ez I.  "Any (rinio anytwxly got ������������������������������������t up in my  company tiince f struck town the bar-  tondor alliw /uawiged to ktioaIc me tlie  c.liocks witkout gettin' caught at it.  The' must 'a' boon a cold snap here,  ari' all the w-ury ������������������������������������������������������{>������������������������������������dory got (rwc up."  "No, r mean you'w wonderful well  buHt," sez hc, "J.Gn yon rido a hosd?"  "[ can." to/, f, "if he's kind an'  Run tie, tin' I' manage to g������������������t a good grip  on tho saddle hora, an' ho don't start  to iopiii' or soroetlun' like that."  "Do you know w&it a knight is"  wr. be.  "Yes," sez I, "1 do when Cm home;  but since I've beeu here J! ain't wanted  none of 'em in sleep, tut I aia'i right  eertnin."  "'No, I don't meau that kind," se7.  ho. "I mean the soldiws of long ago  who used to wear ste<.t armor an' fight  with spears, an' rescue maidona an' so  forth. I believe C con p;et yon a job at  it for a month or so, at three dollars a  day."  "Now look h������������������re, Bud," sck I, "them  throe dollars look mighty enticin' to me  an' 1 aint no objection to rescuiu' tho  maidens; but I mov������������������ we cut out the  ���������������������������d-,5*'.! ������������������.rmor an' the spears. Tf the's  any great awouufc o' maldous in need o'  rescuin', If could do tho job a heap  (|������������������ickor  with  my  six-8������������������aotors."  "Oh.   1   don't   mean   to   he   a   real  plugs o' tobacco out o' my saddlo-bngs.'  Dut tho' was drawbacks. The' goner-  ally is.  Take the- real native-sou brand of  Friacoite, an' he'll toll yon 'at Frisco  an' Paradisi! aro suuouomous. 1 used to  like to argue 'em out about it. One  day T had a thirty-third degree one  pohitkt' his finger iu my eye an' beat-  in' his palm with bis list, an' spreadin'  himself fcometkiu' gorgeous. Fie never  curbed his jubUizatiou nor altered the  heavy seriousness of his expression; but  hi the most matter-of-fact way in thc  world he baesa over to the door-jamb  an' begins to polish it up with his spinal  column. Tf ya il notice you Ml find moat  o' the coatii in that locality hn.9 curious  'liltlo streaks up the back���������������������������bnt it ain't  polite to ask questions about 'eat.  "Look here, Bud," sea I, intorrup-  tiu", "7." know all about j*\w golden  gates an' &ea lions ivu' cosmopopilic  eivilixation; bnt how about your  /leas?"  "Fleas!" sez he. "Hang tho Boas!  I'll tell you about thom. Tho devil he  tried an experiment; hc wanted a place  so fine to live ia that man wouldn't  have no inducement to try to get to  heaven; ?o he studied all, the cities an'  the towu.it���������������������������-in-' then he made Frisco.  Thi. experiment, worked to perfection;  everybody what .live<l _there was perfectly satisfied, aa' _ thc ^"preachers  couldn't tnakfl 'em beliarve 'at ������������������.ny  place could be any bettor. ;'Eut the  good juord, -he'was" powerful fond o'  the. -Friscoites, so ke finally 'figgered  out thc littlo i"9d fles���������������������������an' then even  Frisco had a drawbnek; not enough to  give the town anything of a blaek eye;  just enough te leave one little talkin'-  point in favor of evortastin' bliss."  Wellj-'thorfO  here  fleas  was  eo������������������sid'-  able   of   a   Ulkin'-point   with   me   all  right   whon   t   was  takin' the  part  of  a canned  k������������������.ight.      They used to eon-  groguto together ia the valley between  my shoulder-otadcw, an' I'd get .off aa'  back  np  again   a    I it nip-post,    bafc    it  wa'n't no nae.     I couldn't reach  'em,  an' tho-' ain't no"way ou earth to scare  'om,      Finally  I  bit  upon   a   plan-of  wearin' u ciHiplcro' feet o' ekaiu down  the baek  o' rny  ne^.k an'  piviu'  it a  jerk now an' again-     I. wm only jnst  modorately dm--forts.ble; but T had the  satisfaction   of   knowin'   that   it   was  more of a bother to fclicHt than it was  to me.      A suit of armor ain 't no tenement  house,  it'ft  only  meant for  on������������������.  'Sut==-whea=4fec5-^got==o������������������==my=^face-=they-  hnd me beat.     I'd forget all about boin' scaled up, &������������������' I'd take a sniajvis at  omo an' bat the kettle over again rny  forehead   until   1   had    both    ������������������yoV������������������vnws  knocked nr.t ������������������' line.  (To be continued.)  sons   of   the   outer   world   because  their crimes against society.  It wan the most , unique audience  that ever gathered to wicueas a play  and the rows of men in their stripe**  of shame and the women prisoners in  their blue drosses furnished a scone  that has never before been witnessed.  Tt was the drama of life revolving  about the drama of tae stage, aad as  the regeneration of the atagelaud burglar was unfolded, the eathu.sia6m of  the convict* waxed warmer and warmer uutil it ended in a mighty ekeer for  the chatacter that showed them choir  inner solves as thoy wished to be  known when ouce outside the wall*, of  thc prison.  Kut for the stripes ou every hand  one would have forgotten that 'he was  in a prison. The convicts wore not  treated as outeasta of society, hut as  men of rthe world. There wero speeches,  oxtolliug the virtues of the scageland  burglar who "turned good."  When tbo noon hour approached the  prisoners were takon to tho prison  yard, whoro everything had boon arranged for the groat show. They took  their Beats, ovon as you would Uko  your seat in a "first-oome-first-sorved"  theatre. The prison band played the  usual overture and theu the curtain of  canvas was raisod and "Alias Jimmy  Valontiue," with his message of hope  to the poor souls denied their liberty,  was theirs.  The audience was composed of prisoners, with the nino coudemiied men  sitting close by the fifteou women, who  wore the special guests of Wardou  Hoyle. No outsiders, heyond newspaper men and prison attaches, wore al '  lowed inside the walls.  The play' which dealt with a con  vict's straggles for reformation wa.*  presented on a convict-built stage, witL  part of the scenery painted by con  victs. A convict band ftirnttthod the  music. Thc stage was in a corner of  tho prison yard and the playora' voieei-  echoed back from tl������������������o������������������windows of the-  death-cell.   -  When seemingly the last convict had  beon seated on a slope looking ovor tho  walls, nino cell doorg clanked open and  as many mon. condemned to death, dat  terod down tho iron stairB and lined up  at tho foot, with George Figueroa, a  happy-faced boy who is to die for the  murder of his wife in Los A.ngelo������������������, at  the bead.  Mrs. Hiram W. Johnson, wife of tht3  Governor of California; with a member  of the State Board of Pardoaa and hi*-  wifo, were the only civilian guests pre  sent, although high officials for threr  days past interceded for theroselvea aud  their, friends to obtain admittance.  Tho first Bcono wag most realistic:  Dlt showed the oflice of the warden ii:  the play and thc furniture waa  taken  from the oflice of .Warden Hoyle.  Then as each-scone waa unfolded.thp  prisoners compared .it  with  their  own  life, aud thnt.the experiment was a toll,  ing ono could bo gathered1 from tbe expressions   heard   on     all '  sides.   "* Al)  agrood that the-show-was a good one  Some., of  the  men,  prominent-in - thr-  days boforo thoir crime made thom out  ca-sts, reviewed the show with tke stoic  ism  of the man of the outer world.  Others not so well groomed iu tho ad  vanco' of tho drama talked of it as. b  child with some now toy. They could  not review it with the. same light thai  the others had, but its" moral Bank all  tho deeper, and for the time tkey forgo'  that they were looking aud hearing  only tho artificial-life of tke atage and  lost themselves iu its story aa though  thoy were watching tho gamo of life.  From early morning thoro was much  fi  McMlfiAHl _,  27* Ruwnt- :S.T,nrtT  ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<., V'  WlNNIPtp   >    MANITOBA   '^  W R | | V.   FO;Jt <f:.I JR C 17 L A R  'IRMTIIHS (,i tOK TREE TO THQ;,.. Will" '  ..   SMIP TO US. ���������������������������'���������������������������'���������������������������    ...'���������������������������  JAtiADA S       GRJEATEST       SCHOOI  M7jKY/J������������������&G  tSTAei/SffCO /6BI  Oor. Portage Ave. and Fort St.  Awarded first prize at World's B������������������  uosition oo its work and method?.  Write for a free catalogue.' ������������������V:t)������������������.  fire inntrncrini!  ,'.v  n.._t  produce certain values in electrical  strength, and. that is thc way the  amount of heat is measured. The electrical energy is measured in dogrcow  of boat, and this hap been found to be  accurate.  The principle is applied in a wonderful device known as the radiation pyrometer. Tt cau stand at a considerable distance from the furnace or mass  of moben metal thnt it boing tested  and it will record the im.ornsl IieMt  conditions accurately. It is an aid to  better steel and 'iron products, nnd as  the world progresFes it will be recorded as ono tbe great agencies of man  to enable him to delve into tlw mysteries of nature's laboratories.  C01TVTOT8  CHEERING  A   C'OJTVICT  PLAY  AH those who. havo attc������������������de_d_" Alias  Jimmy Valentine" in tho past will be  at least interested to read that that  stirring play of convict life, which on  so many occasions har������������������ warmed the  hearts of law-abiding citizens of the  land, was as mech of a thrillor to nearly 2,000 prisoners at tho San Quentin  f'riHon In California come two weoks  ago. Tho pritfimorw, of whom nine had  boon convicted to die, cheered rampantly the exciting elements of tho play,  and when nt tho end tbe hero'-, pardon is finally secured, their joy made  itself known for miles aronnd. Thc  Governor of California wan himsolf an  interested spectator, and, though vig-  ioly affected hy the fcwjenc, refused to  make comment or to admit that he proposed pardoning any of the condemned  men.  Kitting with their heads bared in ll_������������������  sunlight of the prison yard, with "condemned row" as the lobby of tbeir  open-air theatre, .1,861 ��������������������������� prisoners���������������������������nine  of them (-oiuicmncd to die���������������������������unfoldod  ono of the greatest dramas, of life today a? "Alias iJ'iiamy Valentine,," the  great convict play,was enacted by the  same company'that has appeared before Saa Fram.i������������������co audience?.  The production of tbo noted play,  which carries with it a mighty lesson  to all Inn nan ity, marked one of the  most remarkable ineidont.fi in tha his  torv of pri������������������oii3. Tt wan the first time  in history that a professional play, with  all its scenery and original cast, wa?  ever given inside the walls of an in-  ph'tutinTi whwc men and women are denied tho rights of associating with jver-  hurry and bustle about tho prison, for  tho convicts made ready tho stage sot  tinga under the guidance of a skiller;  stage-hand. Captain William G. Leach-  of the stoamer Caroline, and known a>  "the prisoners' friend," .carried extrf.  chain) and sconcry to the prison earh  in the day and the prisoners hustled a-  thej' never did before to get cvorythinp  in place ia time for the curtain to ris-  on=timcr~ ���������������������������" ~  This Cost 8n'catcr combine* pro-  tection for the throat with a uut np-  pnaranoe. The Military Collar make*  it possiblfi ������������������o ���������������������������*-(.������������������!��������������������������� it tie.  The Cost  is:$5.00  Wnen it was time for the play to be  gin, the prisoners gathorod 'in tin  grounds, whero a natural arup.iith������������������ntrr-  is formed nndor tbe wall's of the oln  sask factory. No extra guards wen-  oraploynd, and tho convicts moved! "?  an orderly manuer. It was an ovcnl  indeod, in thoir lives, and to some i1  brought back thc ever-haunting yester  day.  -The wardan of the play-aml th* wiu -  dew of San Quentin are two differed  characters. One, the stage warden, b  an uathiiikingr, unsympathotic, wn������������������outl  bruto. Johti iroylo, warden of Sai  Qnontiu, i������������������ a fair friond, kind aad eon  siderate of evory mau who wears tin  stripes. Tho man that stalked tin-  boards in that prison yard was far dif  fercut in hia relation "to "Alias Junnn  Valentine" than Warden Ifoyle a.p[>oar\  in the eyes of the unfortunates in fctu  prison.  JhftTny Valentine himself illnstrat'.*������������������  "honor among thieves." .One the sta*.������������������  ho is portrayed by H. B. Warner, si  Knglishmau, und lie captivates you fron  thc momont; he makes his (mil appear  anoe till the curtain drops. He neve-  "poaebos" on his "pals." and it la liii-  very steadfastness that wiim for him hire ward in the end.  Including Toque te match  Sweater  ������������������������������������������������������  aving  TIES SADEATIO:: PntOMRTBB  .No thermometer eonid ever ,bs ex-  pecte<l to record tho temperature of  furnaces or groat ma.ws of moltoii  metal, although the development of  science along certain lines has niado it  very necoasary to determine the dogrec  ot boat in furnaces and containod" in  masses of metal, such ns huge ateel  billets and great cubes of iron.  The discovery that two different  kinds of metal welded together produced a current of electricity was the  meaua of inventing a moans' of determining the quantity of heat, no matter  how intense. The current is measured  by   rolt'igo   and   certain   temperatures  is 100%  Through  buying from  ns.  We solicit correspondence with  .organizations    requiring    special  colors and designs, but for ordinary use wo suggest the following:  Navy "Blue,"" Pnrp.e7" BUck,"  Brown, Grey, White, Yellow,  Green, Khaki, Fawn, Maroon.  Cardinal,  or  Smoke.  Our trimmings are appropriate  and vary according to your selection, but. if yon wish yon cau  specify the color trimmings do-  sirod.     Mention  body  i>.<)]nr first.  We guarantee extra heavy  weight as wo uso all imported  worsted yarn and best of workmanship.  Horn it $o.OO b;> money order  t/r cheque, when wc will 'immediately acknowledge order and send  sweater and toque by Parcel Post,  registered.  Norwood & Norwood  Klijh-Griiie Sweittrt Eidosivrir  Somerset Blk., Winnipeg, Man.  Make your selection now and  fill in the following- as a reminder.  Chest Measurement.    Color (Body)  ._  Color (Trimmings) ...;..,   r  \  7  f\  "I  ni  m  m  TTI  H  I  US &  .���������������������������A.  \v-  t-  Cold-Sores  Are yonr hands chapped, cracked  or ecwo? Have you "cold cracks"  which open nnd bleed when the Bkin  ia drawn tight? Have you a cold  sore, Iroot bite, chilblains, or a "raw"  place, which at times makes it agony  Ior you to go about your household  duties ? If bo, Zam-Buk will give you  relief, aad will heal tlie f rost-dama_.cd  skin. Anoint tlie sore places at ni_.ht,  2a_n-B<ik*s rich healing essenocs will  sink into tha wounds, end the smarting, and will heal quickly.  ' Mrs. ISMlen, of Portland, says : "My  hands wero bo sore and cracked that it  was agony to put them near water.  "When X did.-bo they wonld omarfc and-  bmn tn if I had scalded them. .1 Boomed  quito uniiblo to got relief from anything  J put'ba them until I tried Zam-Buk,  and il ejioccudcd when all cba had  failed. It closed .the big cracVs, gavo  mo ease, soothed ,tlio inflammation, and  in o, very abort time healed my lunula."  Zam-Buk also cunt chafing, rashes, wlntur  ec&.ma, piles, ulcers, festering sores, eore haul*  and back*, alixotssee, jiimvlea, rhuj-wna,tU.,  cuts, &���������������������������������������������������������������/������������������, bruises, tcuhls, tyrai-n*. 0., all  dru0'iu.U aad slortt, cr poU free from the ������������������am-  Jhth Co., Vvronla.   Price COe a box,  . TAN  Tan is the result of the action of  chcmioal ray? or of the ultra-violet rays  of the solar light on the pigment;.of the  nlun. lt_.proves nothing but that the  akin nae been -exposed -to. photographic  -rays either of one kind or tho "other.  Tkc-ekin is also tanned by, exposure to  tho ray_f of a mereury lamp, but such  tan baa nothing to do witL.heaith..  ,7 Ta* -is, important and of. meaning  according . tf. the "eircuuietauced under  which'* it 'ri ac'fprredf-'Acqnire.r.'/.t^ea,-  'or^by't1ie".s������������������6a..������������������8.������������������ result of life and  'dxerein������������������*iii- tlie open' air,- it ifl :i nig'.n, it  foalthV beca nse-it. .'aceompan ios -gcnonil  efCoatn wkioh are laeking in the eon-  , rlilioni 'tt ������������������������������������������������������Jeo"rie;tan."Eloctri������������������-<tan it  I'eeowpanied, bj no -'muHiplijatidu - of  jedcsrpn-elM in theblood, sucu as exercise produces,.'insuring, a renewal-of  physical .strength. .   ..        ...   -  0 WJOBBE FBABLS COMB WM  Half at the world'������������������ pearl* come from  tho Mississippi' Valley, and" thousands  of men, and women aro ongagod in  peiirl. fiahiag along tho rivers of the  great ������������������������������������ntml valley. It has become  ono.of-thc accepted ways of. making an  many living,-ivnd in some cases tho.for-  ,lunate fiatierman becomes suddenly  wealtfcy through a lueky find. Big  finds of late in Kentucky ind Tennessee have stirred thc interest of the  fiaherme*. Claim is made that half the  poarls ������������������������������������Ui in the Old World as sea  poarls came from the American rivors.  !    TRV  ' |  For I  ���������������������������   u...i.  RY MURINE EYE REMEB  For R������������������J, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes  /fNiTGtr AN UT7AT e dci d s  I  ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  f  o  ���������������������������**������������������g"  ��������������������������� 1'I*<1>"  HE  /  P-  Murine Doesn't Smart-rSocthoj Eio Peln  -' Muw* Ejo Reneis. Ligoid, 25*. 50c. SI.00.  tiurine   Eye Silre. in Aasptfe Tuba, 25c. $1.00  f YE BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE BY MAIL  tturino Eye Remedy Co., Chicago  8HIP YOUR  RAW FURS  " and   Z      s""  Beef Hides  to ns and got 20 per cent.  more for lliern than at home.  Write to us for our new-  price liat vS ������������������nd we will mail  yo������������������ one free. Watch this  ad. weekly.  We solicit your shipments  for Beef Hides, Raw Furs,  Wool, Tallow, Seneca Root,  Horse Hair, Sheep Pelts, etc.  North-West Hide  & Fur Co.  278 Rupert St.     Winnipeg, Man.  Ghimwack,   British    Columbia  Tho Garden of B.C.- in the famous IVaoor  fil'ley Finest forming nnd fruit laud in tho  mrorW.Irrigation -unknown. B.C. Electric H.y.  item .Tnnoouver; O.N.K. trmiseontLnontal ^and  tft Uortfcem building. Ohilliwivok a ���������������������������modem  rfty���������������������������-ir&ltcworkB.  cleotrio  light,  etc.    Green  fraBB   tho   yoir   ronna.    Tne   Pratiue   Man's  .^aHae���������������������������no   Irest,   nv  fonr   months'   snow,  VTrite   ft'   T<   GondUnd,   Sficy.   Board   of  ffnde,- OMUhrMk. for all ir.formatioa, 'book-.  <ots, ma**, ������������������to.-������������������*HIH OOttnV  Out of Egypt into tho Tripoli hinterland & man may go by many routes���������������������������  there arc at least thren tracks across  the Lybian desert���������������������������but he is not likely  to return unless he has been lucky  enough to gain the friendship of a  Sonoussi ehief. The perils and tho die-  comfort* of tho journey are many, but  they are as nothing compared with the  dangers of visiting tho Senouseis in  their own country uninvited.  Tho -word "country" does aot to our  English mind convey anything like a  correct impression of those vast and  desolate regions that lie behind the  Tripolitian _eoast-li������������������e and stretch in  endless repetition across the great Sahara to the marshes of Lake Tchad.  It is not a country, it is tke watorleas  bed of a dead ocean, the sands of which  have been blown into mountain ridges  by a million years of wind ever blowing  in the same direction. Thmm sand-hills  are h'ing endlessly moved to leeward,  and ������������������ the valleys between, brackiBh  water is Bometimee to bo found, if one  digs for it; these plaees which are few  and far between are dignified by the  name of wolla���������������������������but an English village  pond in the Lybian desert would be  called a lake, and so a puddle io looked  upon as a well. These puddles often  lay in a chain of eight or ten along a  sand-hill valley, and thon that valley  is callod an oasis. But the sand-hills  move, the puddles evaporate, the palms  and ��������������������������� sparse vegetation are smothered,  the oasis ceases to exist, and nian, bowing to the inevitable, moves on'seeking  fresh puddles to pitch his tents beside.  To live���������������������������to exists in such a regini���������������������������  requires untiring energy, a constitution  of iron, and a spirit capable of bearing  Ihe unkind eat blows ot fate with equanimity. The Arabs of the desert are  fatalists of necessity. The elaborate  puddle, result of ten years' delving,  the barley pateh, the palm grove, may  be blotted out' of existence by a .six  hours' gale. The ������������������rab does aot sit  down and weep; he "gathers together  his wivee; his sons and daughters; collects bis little flock of sheep, packs all  his possessions on the baeks of'whatever camels he-is lucky enough to possess (or steal), and sets out afoot to  seek a. new water hole and to commence life afresh.  '" Living the life he doeo his two most  precious possessions are hie .rifle and  his eamel; the former "not only protects him and his from covetous neighbors, but at eertain seasons of the. year  helps'-to fill his larder. Ammunition  is_- searec .;and prioeless, - so-.the'. Arab  is an economist;' seldom 'imti he waste'  a cartridge, ne "shoots to hit, and he invariably succeeds:  ,- The Senoussi8 aro,not a'"trib������������������, but'a  religious sooioty whUh has proselytized  every Kahommedan betweea Algeria  and the Nile, tho Mediterranean, and  Lake Tchad. In the matter of religion  the Senonsris are as fanatio as the dervishes of the 8cdan;.but with a fanaticism based upon the pride of race rathor  than *n the lu������������������t������������������ of. the iesh. Nowhere in all the world io honor snch a  vital factor in' everyday life as in this  wild region. lt_i������������������ not honor each as we  understand it, but "it is a code of honor  set up by the Senoussi Emirs, and woe  betide the msa who violates that code.  Tou may eteal, yon may kill, you may  lie, but friendship an<J hospitality arc  saered.     - - .'  It was trnsWing in the honor of such  a- fricadBhip' that 1 travelled safely  tluough the _,hinterland 1 had the  good fortune to be of service to a  tionouses sheikh, one Abd-er-Rahinan-es-  Senoussi, a nephew of the Mahdi, and  he invited me to "visit hia country. As  a white man and a Christian' I was the  natural-pray-nf ftll-lhfl-world,-but as_an  uonored guest of a Senoussi prince 1  bore a sacred passport. The local  sheikhs vied with ea������������������h other in extending their hospitality. I was infinitely  safer than ifv I had had a regiment for  an escort, for I feel convinced that no  rogimtmt in the world could over traverse the Senoussi country.  The'SenonsMB nevor admitted Turkish  rule, and cheerfully murdered any Turkish troops that eame among them. Of  later y������������������are"many~of "the Turks'hrTripo-  li, however, have become secret members of tho Senoussi sect, and this is  where Italy will find her troubles eom-  menec. Tho Turns and Arabs fleeing  from the Italian troops down on the  littoral will lake thoir talo to Jaraboob,  and the thirty Emirs will sit in conclave and discuas thc situation. Then  one of two things will happen. Eithor  the hinterland will be declared an independent Senoussi Stato or else a holy  war against tho invaders will be declared. Iu the finst case the Italians  will be allowed peaceably to occupy  tho succession of mud heaps that garnish the coast and are marked as towns  on tho map, and to possess themselves  of ae much land as tho guns of their  garrisons can command. They will  meet with no serious opposition, but  now and then a band of young men  from the interior will swoop down and  obliterate some unfortunate Italian post,  sometimes by eurpriso, but more often  through treachery. Thero will be end-  loss yoarB marked only by "regrettable  incidontB"���������������������������villagos looted and burned, small columns wiped out, convoys  plundered. Reprisals are absolntoly  impossible.  If, on the other hand, the Sonoussis  raise the banner of the Prophet and  proclaim a holy war they will not only  Shihhb Care-  have the armed support of the inhabitants of the coastwise townshij>s but  every Arab trader, slaver, smuggler,  and loafer between Lake Tchad and the  .Nile will trek to Tripoli in tho hope of  loot in tke present and Paradise hereafter. It must be remembered that tho  slave trade and the ivory and ostrich  feather trade in North Africa are practically dead, and the wild men who used  to traffic therein are waiting for some  profitable work to do. The looting of  a European army would offer an irresistible temptation to all the scum of the  Saharan borders. <  Thero has been much talk of tbo available Turkish forces in Tripoli, and  many attempts to estimate the resistance they are likely to offer. I do not  know anything about the Turkish garrison, but I do know what force the  Senoussi tnuee could put into the field  if they were so minded, and this entirely apart from the support of the coastwise inhabitants. I estimate that within three months 15,000 horsemen and between 9,000 and 10,000 eamelmen, all  armed with rifles (mostly Martinis and  ehassepots), could be concentrated within a day'i march of Benghazi, and that  a; force of equal, if not greater, strength  would overrun the country round Tripoli. These forees would march in small  columns and live on tbe country, concentrating from time to time to attaek  any Italian post. They might perhaps  never meet with snecess, but it ia certain that they would never meet with  disaster. Their moral wonld bo quite  unaffected by casualties, for thore is  a Senoussi proverb: "The fewer survivors the "greater the share of loot."  If Italy is prepared; to sink wells, lay  down 2,000 miles of light railway, and  provide a garrison of 30,000 men and  two expeditionary columns of 5,000  men each, she,may, after- five years'  campaigning, exterminate the Senoussis,  but she will' never eonquer..them and  she will never be able to inhabit-their  country���������������������������it,is no place for a white man!  1 fail to eee how Egypt can contemplate th'e situation6 with equanimity,  for within a hundred miles of Jaraboob,  the Senonssi headquartere, Kes the fertile oasis of Siweb, whieh owns allegiance to the Khedive. It ie famous for  ite dates, and ft big t*ader> annually  treks. into'~ tho. Delta and Fayoum out  of Siweh aeroes the Lybian desert." If  the Seneuaaie take the war path, Siweh  is the very first place they will ���������������������������' desire  to loot, .and some sort' of a garrison  will' have to be sent there unless the  oasis is to r be'abandoned.' -A*, present  the' Sononssis have, a great"- respect for  England, bnt they heartily despise the  Egyptian. /Under these circumstances  a eempany'of ,the British,'camel.corps  at Siweh would appear''the'beet way-  out of ..the difficulty,' but as up to the  present time only four Englishmen have  ever set foot in Siweh this would-be  a new* departure ' with a vengeance.  Doubtless Lord Kitchener will -do. what  is necessary; his name enjoys, prestige  among the .Senoussi already.  Apart' from, ail political considerations' the idea of sending Turkish reinforcements to Tripoli is too absurd to  merit a second thought.. The passage  of a hundred camel men would. strain  the wat������������������r supply to its utmost capacity  and nothing.on wheels could ever traverse the Lybian desert. The water  holes are "often 300 mile6 apart," and  cutting! wosld have to.be made through  the sand-hills-to facilitate the. passage  of laden camels.  In my opinion it is merely a .matter  of weeks before the Senou������������������6i ^wolves  will begin to harass the Italian sheep  pens. The Italian rifles offer a prospective booty that no Arab could bring  himself to ignore. In the Cyrenaioa  "h=irrterlSntl"_ar_M"au8er rifl<ran<l~1 OtT^car^  tridgee would be ample wages for three  years' labor.    The inference is obvious.  sleeping-car eoBstTnotion. -As sear as  can be found out, steel ears came into  being through the 'insistence of the  Post-office Department for the construction of mail-care that would bettor protect its po*>tal clorke; ajad either in the  form ef an order or ef a bargain with  the government, the make-up of mail-  carrying passenger-trains requires that  a wooden eoacb be plaoed immediately  Ln the rear of iho steel mail-car. If  this oe true, it is a sLrange affair that  the department hhould attompt to protect the lives of its three or four mail  clerks at the eipeune of a ������������������oachful of  passengers.  "This Fort "Wayne wreck ������������������; the first  demonstration of the relative value of  the two types of railroad-coach construction, and from the evidence it  would soom that the wooden car ou  steel Bills has come out of thc calamity  witb very distinct Janrebi for safety  over the solid-stoel oar.   ,   .    .  "Critical travellers aTft almost unanimous in the opinion that the fall uteel  constructed car is a far less comfortable vehicle than the old type on account of the reverberation of ite metal,  its lack of elasticity and resilience, and  from the prison-lute chill imported by  the steel plates of ���������������������������which it is built.  Notwithstanding this, tlie travelling  public employing high-class and fast  trains has been -willing to stand this  discomfort by reason of the fecKng of  safety that has been eto persistently  touted in favor of this type of construction. So far there ifl nothing to  prove other than that tho wooden eoacb  on steel sills is the safer, aaaer, and  more comfortable type of pftesenger,  sleeper, and  dining-car construction."  A safe and sure medicine for a child  -roubled with woms is Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator,     j.  a good anas ������������������tct.t������������������t������������������  Boots out any lirrid of com, hari,  soft or bleeding; cwrefi it without^$������������������1,  acts at night wlnle ywa sleer)���������������������������its 'rfaxfiii  is Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor  the only painless remedy that acts A  twenty-foar hour_s. "Putnam'������������������ PnS^jpon  Com and Wart .Extractor is sure 'a'al  sai'o, priee 25 cowtB.  mr  A man ie oonsideTed strong if he."flM  drag a mas6 weighing three or fqmr  times aa much aa himielf, bul Qto  beetle will walk with ive bumlre*  times his own weight. Ii a man vffe_fc  placed nndor a wooden box with $tM  times his weight on-top to hold it down,  he would remain there indefinitely,.}]**  to retain a stag beetle prisoner in^Lfte  same way one must pile on top afTtft������������������  box nt least eighteen hnndred ..times  its own weight  Tho father was in his etndy MJtlu  baeli of'trfe house looking out on '#������������������  garden, when he ww his angel cffiGl  in his little nightshirt como secre^f  ���������������������������lowxi tho steps and steal to a corner at  tho garden behind some shrubs. Jli  had a garden fork in his hand. Alto*  a lapse of eome Jirinntes ho camc>vo5t  igain and stole qnitely upstairs.' -Tbe  t"athor's .nvijfitiga'tiom. ..royealod .some  freshly turned ^ap eaTtli7 Some-few-  inches down "was ' a closed envelope  which the child had Juried. ������������������������������������������������������ Ou opo*-  iuc it he found a lnelfer match aiiilT*  slip of paper, <m which was writtatfa  ;>encil, in' a sprawling-; hand: "Dgir  DevD-^PleaM! .take .awaj _Annt ^TuliaF''  ShiWs Cm  Horses Founder  Ettrihr theso b������������������sy days. They become -'overheated." Tha .b\mom  sets bad.   Some  oDe taon bimjrfered. .A fmiadered horse  is pw  flcfl'trel help dfUHW D ...������������������ disturb*���������������������������, and nbnar-  ���������������������������rilto U acts directly .<������������������ the Uoofl. ffl������������������uui������������������.ifco  ���������������������������whole system. Give it same an for attemper. -For. ehuilcw  -bole?a w.1 into ground tend in trOTph������������������-- T������������������>������������������ SI contains,������������������������������������r.  than twicf! trip 50c M?.e.    All.clrogpjBlw ot rrmmrfsiotiMW*. .1-.  spohi warm, co., ctiaists of iK*fii*������������������������������������. ceia, im��������������������������� a. 1.1  That Splitting  vU) vanish If yaU&o  "NA-DRU-CO" Headftcbe Wafers  Ghw sol*, owa rdlaf. wkJ wo enanrtgo Hgf attain  banton Wmo haartor rmomeystanv _2ficnBSU������������������������������������u  Nation! Dn������������������ ami Chemical Co. ml  HARNESS  OIL  KEEPS   YOUR   HARNES8  \ ... SOFT  AB A   CLOVE 7-7  TOUGH  AB A WIRE     ^  '-    BLACKl'. AB ZA :.CQAL:;. ���������������������������'  . -Sc.������������������������������������vl)ee2e_������������������iji^^ 7^  The.'livcrid Oil C#., Umited  ttnlcl'ty: aiopa eon&b*,  t������������������������������������ thfurf ������������������udtw������������������4������������������.  catea t������������������ld������������������i  bnoi<  ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ���������������������������      BO c������������������ttta.  STEEL VEBBUS WOODEN CABS  That wooden ca_-s may behave better in a wreck than tbo new steel  types, contrary to general opinion, is assorted by The Hardwood Record, which  backs up his opinions by publishing  "ph~otbgTaph������������������"o������������������ "the~wrecked "Chicago  flier on the Pennsylvania road, which  left the track, near Fort Wayne, Indiana, on August 13. The evidence  show*, in the belief of the writer, that,  the wooden type of car, when built on  steel'framework, are safer than the  " nltra-modern'' all-steel ear, usually  regarded as the ne plus ultra of safety. Tn this wreck a wooden dining-  car, between two new eteel Pullmans,  and with the impact of five heavy  steel cars behind it, is declared te have  come out in better condition than any  of the other wrecked coaches. Although it was filled, not one of the occupants was fatally-hurt.     We read:  "All tho damage sustained by the  wooden diner waB one corner being  knocked off, and it was hauled from  the wreck on its own trucks. Compare  the condition of this car with that of  the steel combination buil'ct-and-bag-  gago-ear, which looked as though a  boiler had exploded inside of it; or the  new full steel Pullman cur behind it  that waa in utter collapse.  "A Pullman official who was1 recently interviewed on the subject of fiteel  vs. modern cars built ou etcel sill?, avers  that ho is not fully convinced that the  entire steel car, which is absolutely of  steol, within and without, save the upholstering,  it  the  acme  of   safety in  Warts en tho hsmdfi is a disfiguromeni  that troubles many ladies. Holloway'f  Corn Cure will remove the bleraishef  without pain.  In the New Home  You v/ant the best when starting in the new home. Above  all, you want that home to be snug and warm and comfortable.  You are sure oi warmth" and comfort wim a Perfection  Smokeless Oil Heater.  The Perfection is the best and most reliable heater made.  It is a sort cf portable fireplace.  It is ready night and day.    Just strike a match and fight  the wick.    The Perfection is all aglow in a minute.  The Perfection Oi! Heater docs not smell ru>r jmokrr���������������������������������������������jpatant  automatic device prevents that ll can be carried easily from room to  room and is equally suitable ior any room in ihs house. Hnndna.__.ffly  finished, wilh nickel trimmings; drums of either turquoiie-lilne enamel  or plain steel.  ���������������������������EKFECTJO  0ZT  A A von/ dealer to Jhowvta a Pctfcctiaa  circular ctred ti> any agcaqr ol  TklnqMsiftlOl  , IUM  i tJ"%  -   *  .J.SM  "Jjis'-Z]  .~ **-   ,y  y/Ai --a 1  '--7-"i*.-,*T-lSilKl  .    ;_���������������������������     ������������������   ���������������������������P     ._l-.~ ~   -V-JH- I  "���������������������������������������������'-*'  Vt.  -p.   4il\X'.-  '' -1 ,z--  WALL PLASTER  Plaster ]>oard takes the place of Lath, and is tireproai   ���������������������������  Tbe "Empire" brands of Woodfiber ind HardwalJ  Plaster for good constrnotiovn  8HALL V7E &Z2W TOTJ PLASTER LTCSSBATUBB'  The Manitoba Gypsam Co., Ltd.  WINNIPEG, MAN. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday January 18, 1912  .*>  ���������������������������-1.  in.  In  of  Codliver Oil  Nature's Remedy in all  cases of physical exhaustion; it builds up, gives  strength and tone, wards  off severe'colds and is a  general food for worn-out  nerves. It is generally  needed at this season of  the year.  A. REEVES  ���������������������������  , Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Knrierby  ENDERBY PRESS  weakness in    the   past policy of our  farmers has been the lack of that co-  1'iibiishal evi-i-y Tlmi-wlay at Kiulei-.b.-, li.C. at [ operative feeling, without which there  S2 Der year, by tin.' Walker l'ress.  ��������������������������� can  be no   community progress.   We  Adverlisinir liatra:   Transient, r.Oc un inch  first   h   yc cn    t, c    mar]cots   ���������������������������f   Enderby  insertion. 2.jc each subsequent inHurlion.   Con- i '  tract advertisin... SI an inoli per month, j without     a     local-grown       vegetable,  'Xffi!^ ������������������ ha]c of locally-grown hay,'  Ue.-idinif N^tiee^ and Locals: 1.1c a lint1.  JANUARY 18,  1912  LAND REGISTRY TROUBLES  without a fresh egg from thc local  poultrymen. At the same time we  ,'have seen vegetables from thc coast,  or the neighboring town of Armstrong, hay from the Prairies, and  eggs.and butter from Calgary. The  Conditions in the Land Registry complaint has been that the towns-  ofiice at Kamloops do not seem to : people will not buy from the local  improve. Attention has been drawn producers, but prefer to get produce  repeatedly by the press of thc Inter- jfrom outside points. This is pure  ior to the long delays in getting;idle talk. Enderby is absolutely  papers    registered,    and    the general .loyal to the district,  but the towns-  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby   Lodge     No.   40  _������������������e_.ular     meetings     first  unsatisfactory conditions prevailing,  but little or no attention seems to be  given to the complaints. It requires  from nine months to a year1 to get a  paper through the Kamloops Land  Registry office. We are told that the  system of registration is so perfect  that it cannot be improved upon. It  is slow, but absolutely flawless for  j accuracy. So was the old system of  i carrying grist   to   the    mill, with a  i  stone on one side of the ass to balance the sack of wheat on tbe other.  Our great grand parents could not  conceive how there could be any improvement on such a system.  The system in vogue at Kamloops  may be all right, but there is a  screw loose somewhere. If a business  institution, an abstract company for  people, can hardly .be expected to  buy just when it suits the local producer to bring his produce to market,  and if the local producer will not  keep an eye on the local market ancl  husband his produce so as to keep  the market supplied, then the produce must he brought in from the  outside. We' hope the registry plan  will be given a thorough, practical  tryout. It will, as Mr. Handcock  has pointed out, solve a very important problem which the farmers  have allowed to grow up before them.  Bank of Montreal  Established 1S17  CAPITAL   all   paid   up,   $15,413,000:   REST, 915,000,000.00  Hon. President, Rt. Plon. Lord Strathcona ancl Mount Royal G. C. M. G.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, Sir Edward Clouston, Bart.  General Manager, IT. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENC, NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $L upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th  June   and 3.1.st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  The Poison Mercantile Co.  FOR      SALE!  Thoroughbred    Cockerels and Pullets  of the   following   varieties:     Barred  Rocks, Barred Leghorns, Buff Orpingtons,   Rhode   Islands,   White   Wyan-  in our January Clearing  !  Thursday on or after the: example, permitted its business to jretiflottcs  aml  White Orpingtons.   From  full moon at 8p. m. inOdu- &       ... -- ____       _    ...  fellows   Hall.      Vwiti'nB a year behind   date,    what would be  brethren cordially invited,   ll,.   _���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,i 0    tl     ���������������������������       ,-     l l-   ,  the result ?   It   is    just as essential  A. SUTCLIFFE  \V. M.  P.-1I.  BARNES  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  gS^c^/  Eureka Lodge, No. 60  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  O. F. hall. Metcalf block.   VisitinfT bvothov.. always    welcome. K. BLACKBURN, N. G.  R. E.WHEEI.ER, Sec'y,  W. DUNCAN, Truas.  for the government to have its business���������������������������its abstract business���������������������������up to  date as it is for a private company,  and there cannot be any excuse  for the ridiculous state of affairs in  the Land Registry business. The  registering   of   deeds, transfers, etc.,   lis not done gratis.   The recording'is  ;��������������������������� clone by the   Government at a profit  ENDERBY    LODGE ��������������������������� or   should- be.   The cash must ac-  No. 35, k. of r.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  J. H. CHALMERS, C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND.-K.R.S.  R. J. COLT ART. M.F.  company' each application. There are  no bad bills. There is no waiting  ! for fees after the work is done. As  iit is now conducted, the-registry fees  ;afe paid from nine months to a year  i in advance of the work being done.  [There are few attorneys or notaries  [in the Interior who handle this class  ! of business "who have not two or  jthree hundred dollars tied up 'in pre-  Visits or receives pupils for Piano, Organ, Violin, ' paid  registry    fees   Oil   papers  held   at  Sinking and Theory of Music, Etc. >th(,.   Land    Rcgistry  office)   flnd   upon  Address. P.O. Box SA. Enderby. j Which   they     Cannot    Collect   Until   the  . ; papers are   returned    to them, regis-  WALTER ROBINSON j tcred>  c' j    When-the w,ork   is kept up to date  conveyancer \in a properly conducted land registry  Afirreemejita of Sale.   Deeds & Mortgages. Docu-   office,   it  US'Ually   requires   from   10  to  ments Witnessed.   Loans Negotiated '_<.._.._. l , ,    ,  ���������������������������12 days to    get    a clean abstract of  Office: Poison & Robinson, n.xt door Fulton's ' l-l-i        Tj-       i       t i , .  west, Entierby, B. C. , title.   Jt   should    not   require    more   : x than   this   in   the   Kamloops Office.  ENDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL Instead of ten or twelve days; it actually   requires    TEN   TO  TWELVE   PROFESSIONAL  p W. CHAPMAN  * "     [OrfiraniEt at St. George's Church]  $1.00 up.     M.  Marshall's Lansdowne  Poultry Yards, Armstrong P.  O  STRAYED���������������������������To my place; ore black  stud and one grey stud; on Salmon  River reserve. Been there for past  summer. Owner identify animals &  pay charges within thirty days from  date of this notice.  JIMMIE FELIX, on reserve  Armstrong, Dec. 21, 1911.  MJSS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, ?20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness, ?2 per day.  .MONTHS.   By any stretch of imagin-  jation, can this   be looked upon as a  Hospital Tickets, half yearly and  yearly, Jl per , "business"   nrnnn������������������iitinn   ?  month. ENDERISY.JS.C: u������������������-"-hfa     piopofaltlOll   .'  H  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  PRACTICAL METHODS  D  R. H. W. KEITH.  Ollicc hours:  At the annual meeting of tlie farmers' institute last week, a resolution  was introduced by Mr. Grossman,  and was unanimously carried, which  provided for the establishing of a  produce registry with the secretary  of the fnstitute.- By such a registry,  it will   be   possible for   all    farmers  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans-and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turn-  ^^g-S^aiid^^all^actoi^-wor-kr-  Screen  Forenoon,  9 to 10.-:i0  Afternoon, !i lo ���������������������������(  Evening. 0:30 lo 7:.'!0  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and GeorKoSta.        .���������������������������.ndkuhy ' having prodticc_ of any kind for sale  ��������������������������� =_." =^.;_.----..-.���������������������������.__: to register same    with the secretary,  WE.\ BANTON, :at & nominal    fee   of   25c,   who will  # ' .keep such    registry   open for  thc in-  Barrister, Solicitor, ''^m'? ?'   "'T  wlshIng *������������������ '!uy  Notary Public, Conveyan������������������er, !fnn" ,,ro,,l!c.������������������-    In  ������������������ ������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������ '������������������"  ,        J ' i on  the   subject,   and    the    practical  r\(v        ' d  n oi    l    r?    i    i     nn  '������������������l)(U'atio" of the registry, Mr.  1-Iand-  Oflfices, Bell Block.. Enderby,B.C. coc\r 8.iys.    i    "Referring to   our  conversation  as  POLITICAL fto the registering of produce for sale,  ���������������������������-"**���������������������������������������������_  u-._y   very    much struck bv  gNDERB Y    CONSERVATIVE j the fact that shortly after I left you'r  ASSOCIATION [ office I   had    three   inquiries   as to  F. H. BARNES, . W. E. BANTON i whore hay Coul(1 be obtained and two  President.       Secretary-    jas  to    horses.       If   enough   stuff is  J    _rv . ...j listed .with, me   to justify it, I think.  IcllllQm    Ddnnf'^' Would   be a   g00<1 plan to run an  illlll/flll    YA\\\\\ iad in the paper, and once the fact is  IHHIUIU  \ U5IVI |we]1 known it  WI]I soIve one of the  j problems farmers are up against.     I  : never could see why townspeople did  Rubberoid   Roofiing. ^  Doors and Windows. 'Glass cut  to any size.  Representing S. C.Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  Whitewear Specials  CORSET COVERS, regular up m 50c,  CLEARING PRICE    25"  Up to 75c,   50c  Up to $1.25 for  -.  75c  NIGHT GOWNS AND  UNDERSKIRTS, regular $1.00 for   75c  Regular 1.25 for   $1.00  Regular ?1.50 for   $1.20  .   , ., Regular $2.00 lines for  $1.50  - '    Regular 2.50 lines for   $L50   '  Regular $2.50 lines for  :-.... 1.75  Regular $2.75 ancl $3.00 lines... $2.00  NO BETTER VALUES MADE.  JUST WHEN' YOU NEED THEM POR YOUR SUMMER UNDERWEAR.  fep6Clcll V&lUeS-in Laces, and Embroideries.  See our range of Emby at 10c yd  20 per cent off *!/ DlT Goods,-Flannels, .   .::  r      ���������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������ Flanneletts. Etc.     .  Ladies' and Children's Coats to Clear  Wonderful Saving in Men's Wear !  $13.50 OVERCOATS for Men, in all Wool Tweed, good patterns, now$10  $18.00  OVERCOATS      $13.00  $25.00 OVERCOATS, 20th Century make .;.  $19.00  INVICTUS and DR. REED'S CUSHION SOLE SHOES, The Best, $5 p|"  EXTRA HEAVY ALL WOOL SOX, Pen-Angle, Red Toes ancl Heels, 4flfi pf  Ask to see our Saturday Specials  ii Mercantile  Enderby  Pool and  THKEH 1-en-iilfir Pool Tablos  ONH _HiII-.-.iztf) ..llliard Tablu  Opp. Walker Press Odice  II.   HIGHAM. I'i-op.  Kwong Chong  NEW LAUNDRY  ENDERBY, 13.   C.  Family    Washing   collected   weekly.  ��������������������������� First-class workmanship. Satisfaction  guaranteed.  not buy their potatoes, etc., direct  from the raisers in the fall in quantity. On the farmers' side, they will  have to get over the "can't be  bothered" to bring it in' habit."  We have every confidence in the  practical working out of the registry  plan. It is the first step in the direction of a    fuller   co-operation.     The  Cooking Stoves  Coal and Wood  Heaters  Ranges, Etc.  I have added a standard line  of these goods and am prepared to quote you prices.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  M E. BOUCH  Ladies' Tailoring  and Dressmaking  SUITS PRESSED & CLEANED  Cliff St., next door to City Hall.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  finderb.', B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Fii-������������������t-class Cabinet Work ancl  Picture Fr.vninK,  Undertaking Parlors in connection.  Next to City Hall.  Agent for  FIRE, LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  GOURLAY-ANGELUS  PLAYER  PIANOES  ANGELUS PLAYER ATTACHMENTFOR ANY  PIANO  ESTEY CHURCH & PARLOR ORGANS  SHERLOCK-MANNING CHURCH ORGANS  SECOND-HAND PIANOS & ORGANS  at low prices and easy terms.  OFFICE WITH   MR. GEO. PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Office.  Maf.net Crenin SopnratorH  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the ex-v  cellence 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, &&t*���������������������������y Enderby  I  /zi\  . 4$  ���������������������������M  1  1 dfa   '  *>  Thursday January 18, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  If ?;  Union Bank  of Canada  Paid-up Capital . . $4,755,000  Rett and Undivided Profit* 3,300,000  Total AsieU, (Orcr)        .       53,000,000  London, England Office,  61, Threadneedle Street, E.C.  A Branch of this Bank has been  established in London, England, at  No. 5i, Threadneedle Street, E.G.,  where Letters of Credit and Drafts  payable at all important points in  Canada and the United States, can be  purchesed, ^ and Money Transfers  arranged.  A Visitors' Room is provided for  the convenience of clients of the Bank  when in London, to which, their mail  may be addressed.  Correspondence solicited.  UndenBrancli:|F-w-*SHE'Mani������������������er-  ��������������������������� lC.M.C.H������������������T-SHITH,AsslstaiiM������������������ana{;������������������r.  We have  Better Sanitary Conditions in  the Camps Must be Provided  on cut at all times,  and our aim is to  give good service.  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  B. BRUNDISH  Enderby; B. C.  I have purchased the old Farmers'* Exchange building, on the  railway," and am   placihg  iri  -stock a full line of - ���������������������������-"-"- j- ' :  Bricks, Lime, Hard Wall  Plaster and Cement   *  "Estimates furnished on all kinds  of Cement, Brick and Plaster  Work.  Victoria, B. 0., Jan. 15.���������������������������The  first report of the Provincial Sanitary Inspector, Dr. Davis, whose  function it is particularly to oversee  the conditions as to sanitation, water supply, etc., in construction, logging, fishing and similar camps  throughout B. C, has been presented  to the legislature. In it Dr. Davis  sketches hastily the steps taken  toward the establishment of system  upon his assumption of the inspectorate, and says:  "Judging from   my limited experience during the   past few months, it  appears that the sanitary conditions  in railroad,    logging,    mining,    and  other camps throughout the province  are not, upon the whole, satisfactory  -  "I have found    a   number of cases  where proper attention has not been  paid-to ventilation, disposal of garbage, etc., although in. every case the  person responsible   for the camp has  at once rectified   the   matter" on my  suggestion.      In   this connection,  I  should like to state that in every instance I have met   with nothing but  kindness and courtesy from, those re-,  sponsible   for   the   operation of the  various   camps.       From the reports  received from outside camps, as well  as my. personal experience, 1 find that  with very lew   exceptions, the water  supply is first-class, the water being-  plentiful and good.     In a number of  what ;   may   be     called     permanent  camps there have   usually been erected cottages which   have been built,  and are   occupied   by the men themselves.      These buildings are usually  well built, complete, and fairly sanitary.       The   question of the ventila-"  tion of   bunkhouses   is    a somewhat  .difficult one.'-    The   usual method is  by leaving   a.   space, in the "roof, or  gables, but .during   wet weather the  ventilation of the smaller bunkhouses  presents a- serious" problem::   Clothes  are frequently, dried in the same room  as that, in which   the" men sleep," and  unless "the" windows  -and ,doors are  kept open,   which   is   imposssible' in  i ....  bad weather, the atmosphere becomes  very close.   ���������������������������      -   ��������������������������� ,.        '���������������������������    -  "This department   proposes to-en  force   the   rules    and regulations in  every respect.       While   it is not intended to bring about any necessary  changes in such a manner that hardship will be entailed, yet the department believes that the health of the  men is   the   first   consideration.     I  propose to   make    it   clearly understood that no wanton breach of the  departmental    rules    and regulations  will be permitted.     Contractors are,  generally speaking,    far too careless  about   the    treatment of an injured  man.   The    department does not believe that there is any reason why an  injured man should be kept for hours  without    medical    attendance.     The  larger contractors are perfectly able  to pay for the services of physicians!,  and there   seems   to be considerable  laxity in this regard.     It is clearly  impossible* for   one .medical man to  properly attend to the men in half a  dozen camps,    situated several miles  apart.     I' have now under consideration the question   of formulating a  regulation    which   will make it compulsory for all camps to keep a complete first-aid equipment, with simple  directions for its use.  "Now that this branch of the service has been organized, it will, I  hope, be possible .in the future to  maintain a better supervision over  camps and to ameliorate ..the conditions under which a large and important body of workers live."  simple and lucid. We must confess-  that at the beginning we were sceptical of his success, but before the  close we had to admit that he had  succeeded in an astonishing degree  and we have no'doubt as to the success of his mission, for Mr. McAusland has high ideals as to the ministry of song, believing it to be the  handmaid of all that is pure and  beautiful and good.  thiough the   audience   came prepared  for great   things,    not one had ever  dreamed   to    hear     such    songs    as  "Home,    Sweet   Home"  and  "Alton  Water"   sung   as   they     were.       In  breathless    silence   the  audience listened to   the   sweet   whispering cadences of the   first,   so soft and yet  so clear, and to the soul-moving pathos of the"- second.      To illustrate  other   points,   he   sang. "M'Appari"  and "Waft her,   Angels, through the  Skies."       Had    the    famous    singer  never opened his mouth after he had  sung his   songs,   not   one but could  have felt   that   these were in themselves worth coming longodistances to  hear.    -As to   his   lecture, we would  be giving away   what is not ours to  give, did we but tell of the points he  raised and   the   rules he laid down.      85 per cent of all. headaches are the  There   must   have   been   not   a few 'result of j^������������������������������������������������������-   Are-you troubled  whose ideas as to the best method of-  Mr. Chadwick, who has been absent  a few weeks doing two big plumbing  jobs at Vernon, has resumed his  business here, and all orders for  plumbing, painting, kalsomining, etc. .  will receive his prompt attention.  Address, P.O. Box 43.  voice production were considerably  modified, if not revolutionized. ��������������������������� And  what is more to the point,, he not  only demonstrated in himself the value of his hints, but, turning the au-4  dience into a great choir, he gave  them the opportunity there,and then  of testing his   rules,  which were all  etc.     Address, P.O. Box 84.  that way? If so, consult S. L. Taube  (of the Taube Optical Co., Calgary.)'  He will be at Reeves' Drug. Store, on ."'���������������������������  Monday, January 22nd.  Mr. P.    W.   Chapman, organist at 7  St. George's Church, Enderby, visits  or receives pupils   for piano, organ,  violin, Singing and theory of music,':  SIGNOR AUSLANO AT. ENDERBY  EYE   SIGHT  YOUR EYES  will appreciate the easerand comfort derived from.wearing "proper,;  fitting glasses."   If you have not^had your "eyes", attended toV  WHY   PUT. IT   OFF ? -     - 7,/.  .-a I  A representative gathering assembled-at the Methodist church on Monday, evening to hear Mr. J. R. D. McAusland,, (Sig. Auslano)( in his lecture. :- on - voice production,, and his.  masterful tenor singing.  The Rev.-R. D. Hall presided and  introduced the. lecturer." /Before' be>  ginning ;his-lecture;-the famous' vocalist, who-possesses a clear,'true tenor  voice.of: rarest .quality,- delighted and  charmed" all-present-by his inimitable  rendering - of several songs, given  without accompaniment, the- better  to illustrate' the various'points of his  lecture..    It is   safe to'say that al-J Established 1871"  OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE. AT  REEVES' DRUG STORE  ON  Nc������������������������������������tt3.l  MONDAY, JAN. 2m  -i-.-- -/^- ��������������������������� /// >;-.'-. ���������������������������.'--:- *->-"V-^--,.v\,7Hy-y~''":  V  '    /Make it'a point toTc'ohsult.him<v;r yf:  "/". 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UP HOPE  This   Case   Dees   ."Prove   Tlifct   Wien  Oatarrh,020i_.s is Breathed Every  Tra-ce t>f ftafcvrrh Disappears  MiU'orxi liny mm., Da., .Nov. L���������������������������Everyone ia tM������������������ aoiyfaborhood Ubow>_ oi tho  kng aoJferiag from iailnenzu and  ���������������������������uilnrrb ea&inMl by Mrs. U. Gurnoy.  Today nan is 'well. Her recovery is  lue eaiirely to Catarrbozose. TbiB  m hor 4iyx statomojit: ''I. w;is a great  <jufferor .fr*-isi catarrh in the head,  throat awd hos*). an/1 endured tho manifold tortures of itiflnouui for five years.  Slry life wae despaired of. Catarrh waa  'HJtleriiiimng my strciugth very t'aeL. I  (ised troatmeats from oiuinenf. doctors,  but all failed fco erne me. I had gives  up bopo of evw being well. Then J  read, sf a woaidflrful care inude by  Zalatr'kijzone, Immediately I sent for  Catarrhoau/ue, and before 1. ha<_ aeod  one boatlo f was greatly relieved. Today I am cured. We would nirt Ite  without CnUrrhczone in our home���������������������������  it's so sure ia colita, coughs, broscMal  and tkrwit tremble. I feel it is my  duty to pwbiic3j xtwonuneud Catarrlio-  lone."  Get the large dollar a'u.e of Catarrh-  i>zono; if. aontains u beaiuiful L-trd  rubber iidaaler, and medicine fckat lasts  two incathfl. Smaller sizes, 25c. and  '50c. *fie5.. Beware of iioit&tioxs���������������������������ac-  tjept only Gain.rrhoz.one, sold by fill reliable dealers, or by mail froni The  (Jatarrhoaona Company, Kiujjston, Oat.,  md fiuffalo, KY.  TI-IS WIND AND THE MOTQB CAB  Thai, fcbc velocity of the whirl make*  a material <iaffore*ace in the speed of  his ear is realized by every motorifet  but just what this resiBteneo amount.'  to is nob a raatier -af. common know  ledge. The increase in resiatejice h  not iv. direct proportion to the increase  in thc velocity of the wind, hut if-  double the amount that would ordin  arily be cwpoutcd. For example. i>  wind <_(; fifty wiles on hour exerts a  preHSura of tea pounds against cael,  tjquart food of surface directly in it.'-  patli, -while a body moving through tht  air at a ppoed of one hundred miles ai.  hour meets with r resisitaiife oi: forty  (>oiin������������������ls per square foot. To travel at  fifty railee na hour, then, against, _������������������  bead wind of equal velocity, sets up 8  reBiKtan/re to the- movement, of the car  of about one tiwnx&nd pounds, or half  a ton, and it is small wouder thnt the  oeeujiantH gasp, for breath. At thi?  ypocd the tubal j>Te_-hure.Jexeried against  a "man or ordiwary size'would be equal  to.a.ir'jO-pound weight distributed over  the upper haJf of.his.tody, and it may  be imagiaed that hmg action under su<'b  (.ondiinone is ratlier diffioult.  ''Fifth  graie tkifl year, Tommyf  ."T������������������fl/ sir."  "Xw're is deeiwUe    or    fractions  *������������������W,   Jl������������������   ������������������&*bt?"  ."No, sir.     I'm in eroeh������������������t work and  ���������������������������iay-ijuodelling now."  ... Ir        *        *  ���������������������������'You yay you are yonr wife's third  hoBtxwad?" ������������������aid one man t,������������������ anotber,  ���������������������������diuixig a talk.  "Mo, ������������������ am ber fourth hanband," was  the reply.  "lluarew, inanl" said the first  speaker.      "Yon are not a husband���������������������������  vou're a habit."  *    '    *  Jack's Uncle (coming up on piaiusa)  ���������������������������������������������<Wbat do you _ni_>jx>80J Jack has  jus". fOBtaed that young widow, itra.  Wiles, from the surf."  His Aunt-���������������������������"There!  t-oTnothing of tho sort,  bave to rescue Jack."  1    oxpoctod  Now   we '11  bid Maid���������������������������"But why should a great  strong man liko you be found begging?"  "Wayfarer���������������������������"Dear    lady,    it  ia  the  only profession I know in whieh a gentleman ean address a beautiful woman  without  on  introduction."  ������������������    ���������������������������    *  __. noted swaiologifit tells the following story of a woman in a Southern  jBRHufacinring town. Approaching her  for statistics, he auked���������������������������"Madam,  bavo yov. any children V"  "No,"   she   replied.      "I  work in tl������������������c factory myself."  had beea foreibly dragged iato a ualon  in the Riabourg 9t. Germain to be the  lioR'1!at some social fnnetKm. Ho fait  so out of place that he lost iiis toxgue  completely. At last huj hostess, who  had. hoped tbat he would sbow off hotter than he was doing, tried'to got'him  to say something poetieal.  "Come, my dear poet," ah* ������������������Mwd,  "say something to us."  The poet was entirely at a low for a  subject of conversation, bo he selected  the first one that 'came to hand.  "Have you remarked, duehesfi," h������������������  remarked bashfully, ''that this y������������������ar's  pawn tickets aro pinfcf"  Vebert baa a picture of a eeticty ������������������r>i-  aode which is in another spirit. A  gentleman is (shaking his can fc<. a. ealm  and self-possossed man in froni of him.  "Is it true, mon sicur," be ������������������sk������������������,  "thiii at a house where people wore  good enough to soy that I iiad wit,  you declared that 1 hadn't any?"  "1 atujure you," returned the other,  "that there h. not a word oi! truth in  it. I havo never been iu a. bouse  wlwe people said that yon fca-d wit."  "1 find that my husband has been  having the office-boy call me up every  day and mumble terms of endearment.  Ho's boen going to the bail gome."  "How is it that you didw't ������������������akA on  to the voice?"  "Well,   I'm   busy   at   bridge   ������������������;vory  irook  day, and I've beon haviug  answer the telephone."  the  "See hcic. Mr. Casey," said Pat to  the tax ansetjoor, "shore and ye know  tbe goal isn't worth $S."  "Oi'aj sorry," responded Casey,  "but that i8 the law," and, producing  a book, ho read tbo following passage:  ���������������������������"All property abutting on Front tit.  should be ts*ed at the rate of $2 por  foot."  3 ���������������������������! 9 ������������������  A military gentleman, <> who eould  swear bettor 'than he eould play golf,  was flattered one day to find qoii3 a  erowd of well-dressed strangers following him around.  "3 hope," he said, gallantly, "1  play well enough to reward you?"  "Oh, it isn't, that, major," replied  one. "wii came out to listen."  "And he said he was witling to die  for me?"  "Not" oxactly in those w������������������oe, but  that was tho impreFHon ho was *vi-  have   to  dontly trying to convoy."  "What did he say?"  "He saitl ho was roady to eat yo������������������r  booking any time you said the word."  *���������������������������*������������������;  '"������������������*������������������������������������ J������������������i  two**'  ������������������AB50K,J1W  K ". vi Corns. JSujii(������������������ns,C;il]ousI������������������c:nehcJJ,  \7w4 ������������������i  Vlro<i, t\ohin;:-, Swollen I.'col.  It ' \$\\\     the   potman,   but   I  ulUiyo iiaJn ii rd takes out 8or:ac3s , ' ���������������������������  A wi  i,������������������������������������������������������,..j ,,  aao mibnuaUoB pitunptiir. MnMatt ! your majesty aad hfiftld 0  Waller L. Fisher, Seerearj- of the Interior, is developing into a humorist.  ".Robert IX lleinel. who made the trip  to Alaska with thc secretary, says that  while tho party stood watching the  "jKouutain-climbiiig salmon," leaping  up a moBftfcaia stream in a manner liard  to believe unless you see it, Secretary  r'h'her .said :��������������������������� ��������������������������� _-   -   -  "They   remiuu   ae  of   the   Democrats.  The Democrats niu up-stream' every four  yeari1 ������������������������������������d then got 'canned.'  j\    *    *  Bismarck had a subordinate named  Keudell. wxio was au-export pianist  aajvi tbe London Chronicle), and he, as  Sir JUoniVstuarfc Grnt.it, Duff pnrs it,  "u--ed, it is said, to'fulfil towards him  tbe function which David fulfilled towards Saul." On one evening Bit-;-  m&rck vf&s unufiually moody, and Kcn-  driil purpaiised himself at the piano.  "Thank you, my dear Koadell,"  Btiid Bisuisi-ck Jinally; "you have  soothed me and done rnn s,o much good;  my mind in made up���������������������������we shiill dc-  oiare war against Austria."  ������������������     y     *  Sol long ago tho king happened to  be visiting at a-country houpe near the  fweuo of one of Cromwell's historic  battles. Strolling out one day by  hiuwaJf, ho mot the village blacksmith  returning from a yhooing expedition.  "1 say, my good fellow," said his  majesty, g*������������������iaUy. " L nndersUmd there  was   a   big   battle   fought   somewhere  about _hcrc!"   :���������������������������"AVell���������������������������or, '"''~sta"mmerof1'~"t Irer-blackr  sioith, recognizing and saluting the  king. "1 did 'avo a round or two with  I  didn't   know  f it."  With the Horses  Horse business seems to be elated  still to continue along tbo earae old  east-and-wcst\trade linos. Farrmne in  Ontario and Quebec must etill leok to  tbe wheat fields of the west as tba market for tbe largo bulk of their etuphte  output, and westerners still como down  to buy a good share o-f tbe motive  power Lor their lanns and other work  yearlimgfl respectively. At the Ontario  Winter ffair, two-year-olds wero heeded  by Baron Charming, a son of Lord  Charming.  At the Ottawa Exhibition, tbe reserve grand champioK female jtotOYolto,  was universally admired, preseHting, as  ahe-did, as beautiful combination of  sine and quality ae is not often soeH,  was a Canadian bred, already twice  champion at leading exhibitions. Koy-  ama, a Canadian bred son of The Rejected,.^'a stallion which, in bis present form, fills tho eye of Clydesdale  fanciers pretty nearly full.  The present season has witnessed a  Canadian bred Shire filly an e:j������������������y winner over all comers. Kitchener's Topsy  possesses all the quality which Clydesdale fanciers look for, and at tbe same  timo ia big and promises to yet become  vory much bigger. Sho has gone to  tho Saskatchewan University to illustrate to students in agriculture the right  thing in draught horses, as have two  splendid Clydesdale mares bred in Canada, which are just about the ideal  thing, uot only in size, conformation,  activity, strength and stamina, but in  all of that nicety of underpiaoing whieh  tne Clydesdale men so much' admire.  Breadth of hoof, head, strength of foot,  sprinjinese of pastern, clean flat quality  of bone, silkiness of feather aro to be  seen in a superlative degree in theso  scions of Canadian breeding.  In all of this there is great encouragement for the Canadian breeder. The  proved fact that he can attain to as  groat a success as can tho old country  breeder, if he will but take the same  paius and show equal enterprise. lie  is backed by a better market for aJI  that he ean produce, and at as high  a prico as any market in tbe world will  p*y. ���������������������������  There is encouragement', too. in the  illustration of what improved blood will  do for horse-breeding. Climate will not  withstand it, for the Canadian bred  Clydesdales of the Pacifie slope show  the same improvement in ������������������har������������������ctcr as  do those of the wind-swept prairies,  and as tho horses of the Ontario farm  and the home of tbe Maritime farmer.  Tt has all been accomplished by faitjj  in the maxim that blood will tell.  I NERVSOIME  Swift Cure for.Croup  *���������������������������$  "Last yoar two of my children wer#  taken with croup. They coughed something dreadfully, and wi.ro ioo sick i*  at anything. .1 applied.Nerviline to tht  throat and chest and gave it internally,  also. I also got the children to iuhaV  'Catarrhozone.' No remedy eould bav'e  worked more,satisfactorily. I ean recommend mothers to use Nerviline; ifc'p  a fine linimont."  (Signed)    Mrs. V. E. Knechler,  Earriston P.O.  LONDON TAXICABS  Stands for taxicabs are conveniently  located all over London.     At many of  these   stands   there   are   shelter-houses  f.n tho past this trade has been ro satis-' provided with a telephone, so thnt near-  ... ,.._.. bv  factory to ail  parties coneerned, that  by residents can order a. taxicab  am] biiut.i;lnu-n'LUSi:s .i brltur c!r.:uU������������������-  ti.,ri of Uio h\n<3<L tLrcr_::l: t!jn patl. n-S-  uL-.Uns nature In bii!lUls/fn(.>������������������r,l:un.lth7  lii-ioo anil cMmiD.iMn_; Kir oil. Alius:  AM, ToblEsjxjrt, Ind^ \yrii--s :.'ov. In,  i;.'j: "Iiuduc'jifoa ivcjcrabcrir.y col'  tixf t������������������o tioitlrtjot your Ai;.so::::i;iH,iii^  for <i hanlnn on iny fmjL Hy Icxiliz  well." Al-io v:Uu;il.lo fururiyHwulUng  -pr palnrul nCUetion, C"olt,ro,-j:r:lu.r.".cOGl:iruls,  Varlro o Vi������������������..-������������������f. n.'lk Jr.i\'., ������������������tr::i:).>������������������, f',_;T::ii.ast  Jloals Cury, I.'.-oJ.'d^, IAw.rzhtIons. J.'rlro UjM  mdCi.CO.-vf n!HHn;-.i;,t!iar(li:U\'cr;.a. Uwik 1 0 IVw.  V,'. V. VOUHG. P J J'_J_10 lyw.al'A-a.. t_0frfr������������������nJ,C.-ii������������������.  ���������������������������Uin ru������������������uW������������������>l by Kr.fJr. Bote A- W\ nirr Co.. V?1im1(vrt  Mr, I,'it:i>n'il lir������������������_; Mill Cli.unic.il C'u.. *> n.U)������������������v Is Ouj^u\-  fait HroiU-rMi* bum. Go. Ud.. V&aujuuer  STASVlfVSE  Tho Arnot* Instltuts tr.?at; tho CAUSE:  nol Ilia HABIT, and permanently ctirea  tha meat hopctaas Icokim: rases in foi:r so  elelir weals.   Wriic Icr preefs, ntersncei  and Information to' 12  tke mm iRSTiruTE.     CEnun, o������������������r^ can-  ismes  CuMcgeoiwitbroutrhnutthe whole  _?&ar. Slvj(!eiili*������������������������������������a,v join i������������������t any Lime.  '���������������������������ffl* Practical College"  Write for fr������������������e caUlo^uo.  ���������������������������;/iN.\DA BLDG.    DONALD ST.  WINNIPEG, 1LAN.  D. COOPER. CA Principal  MiiZM&trXIZl-mVrr*'  ActwD Daviob, the dramatic critic,  tcIN a etory of Oliver IJerford, tbo  humoriBT,. TTorford nevor bad a serious tbought in his lii'o.  "Horford sat nevt to a Bonlful r>oet-  ������������������ae~ nt" "dinner "ono" night," DavleB re-  lates, "and that dreamy ono turned  her Bad eyea open him.  " 'ITavo you no other ambition, Mr.  TlwfonV sho doranndod. 'than to force  pooplo to degrade tlmmselvos by laugh-  terl'  "Yfw, Horford ba<l an ambition. A  wbAlo of t������������������ ambition. Rome day ho  hoped to gratify it. Tbe woman rofit-  ed her elbows on tbe table and propped  her face in her long, sad hand������������������. nnd  "lowed into Mr. Hcrford 'd oyep.  " 'Oh, Mr. Herford.' uho eaid, Oliver!    'Tell rn������������������ nbout il.'  " T  wnut to throw an ogg into fin  electric fisn.-'.saul Horford, simply.'-'  ������������������    ������������������    ������������������������������������  M<.th-������������������n, r.be Fronch carictiturist,  made this incident, flctitioua or other-  wiw., tbo subject of one of hin host tl-  iustrstjon?:  .\   diffident    aud    embarrassed    poet  Caaiw of Asthma. No ono can say  with certainty exactly what caiiHou the  PKtablinhicg of asthtnatic conditions.  JJufl from tho ttroot, from llowers, fioru  grain and various othor irritants may set  up a trouble impossible to irradicate ex-  ve\)t through a sure preparation such aa  Dr.'J. IX Kellogg's Asthama Remedy.  Uncertainty may exist as to oaiiHO, but  there can be no uncertainty regarding a  remedy which has freed a generation  uf asthmatic victim.* from tbia scourgo  of tho bronchial tubes. It is Hold  everywhere.  there should be a big chunk of e*tia-  fuetton left'for them .still in the reflection that this market relatiowdiip is  to be maintained. Groat is tbe debt  which horse-breeding owes to it, and  greater still it seems as if it wonld become.. Canada has" nt home the biggest and-best horse market in tho world,  and it has stimulated not only big, but  high-class production'to meet, it. ''Improvement in horse-breeding during the  past decade has.been unsurpassed, and.  probably not equalled elsewhere. 'A |  decade-'ago, it was a .common ery that  Clydesdales could not be bred in Canada with as high a'standard of desirable qualities as thoy wero in Scotland.  Even high authorities often seemed to  endorse this pentinicnt, giving climatic  and othert specious and occult rcsJFons  for the argiiraont. Since tbat time,  Clydosdalo history has recorded enough  of" the Canadian breds as winner? in  the open classos at Canadian exhibitions  to'satisfactorily disprove all such pessimistic croaking. -  Since lOva's Ocm and Duron'ij Ciaigie.  both gets of Lhe great sire, tta.-vn'*  Gem, first, carried oil' supremo champion-  ship honors at loading exhibitions' in  the west, there has arisen a grand galaxy of Canadian Clydesdales in that  country, wnich make the hardest kind  of competition for the Scotch goods.  Uoyal (Jem, Union V Lassie, and many  others have added (o thn honors. Jio  velanta's . -oir, at least 51 times grand  champio* ot leading exhibitions in the  'We.st,^h.'is^been=.well^ba&ked=nii-=>������������������y=ShowL  Prince, Show Queen, Concord Stamp,  and Concord Belle, bs well as ninny  others, winners of first prizes in open  classes. Baron's Headlight, able K>  land second at Winnipeg in the open  lass two-year-olds u yoar ago, win- tanked by Baron of Edonwold, boih of tbem  taking their place ahead of iinpouod  horses. Pircnc and Lady Morn did tho  same thing in yearling females. At  tho Dominion Kxh_ibitioii,.if).l(i, 11J east  two open sec.tio,UH wero headed by Canadian breds, when Scottie Baldwin and  Iviibort Again won in two-year-oldi. and  tin  easily  telephone.      If there is nt>t  accessible  shelter-house,  the  order can  be given   through  tho district messenger, office.     In the west ond residential  quarter and in many other parts of th������������������  city the householder haw a whistle which  is blown once for a taxicab, and it ia  Burprising how quickly tho response  comes.  There are three reatione why taxicabe  are used so gonerally h\ London; thr  comparative low cost of hiring; the  multiplicity of vehicles and their judicious distribution throughout all sections of tho city, and tbe saving of  time. A person ie t<uaj)te������������������l, by reason  of obese conditions, to mm a taxicab it-  stead of any other form of publii  conveyance.  <Two persons can travel in Londo*  in a taxicab, starting in the heart of  the eity where traffic is most congested,  nnd go a distance of fully throe milw  for about 15 cents, and for a aimilar  sum a longer distance, through less frequented parte. A gratuity of four t*  eight cents, according to tho distau������������������.������������������  travelled, .is usually'given io tho driver.  For up Pofcro River in Bribisb  Sniana are the Kaieteur Palls, amenf,  the most'wonderful in the world and  among the least known. Though discovered forty, years ago, ,tbo falls hairs  b������������������e* vicited very 8cl<3������������������ta by white men,  yet they are live t.ir������������������en i������������������ higi as Niagara.  The Oil of Powei.���������������������������It is not claimed  fer Dr. Thomas' Eclevlric Oil that it  will cure evory ill, but its ins������������������a are so  various that it may be looked upon  as a general pain killer. It has achieved that greatness for itself a������������������d all attempts to surpass it fkave failed. Its  ex������������������ollenee is known to all who have  tested its virtues ami learne*. by *x-  p������������������erionce.  s'fr  "KIM  $&?*������������������������������������������������������  m,:f  ^g^  *F  ... yv*\\  fetof^*.'1/!  .4 01 Caliber  Self-Loading Rifle..  This new Winchester is reloaded by recoil,  the repeating as well as the firing mechan- .  ism being under control of,the trigger  linger. A bullet fired from it strikes a blow  of 2038 pounds���������������������������force enough *io topple,  over the biggest fame���������������������������penetration enough  to reach the innermost vital spot. Tho  wonderful in operation and powerful in  execution, this rifle is neither complicated  in construction nor cumbersome to handle  It Hits Like The Hammer Of Thdr.  Licensed  McBEAN BROS.  Bonded  GF.AIN COMMISSIOK MERCHANTS   We-UKft_rnir_t,ye,iity-VL������������������aT������������������--e^in'j-.<i������������������f<'-in-t>)it-(?rai[) liimiiinss-iTi-'Wi������������������Ht.n<i*-(lnim<iM-  when marketing Jill (jrwin cowdpninoul!] to best advitn(H_rti tor ehippej. Wo hnudle  whent, oats, barlpy and .fliuc sltippcO in <:aT lots, giving 'speniji! altontiun i-o tlio  (.v.uliup of ouch R)iij)iii'.'?������������������t. aud look nfter h nntil fimilly nulofulfil iu lh_i tiinnina)  elevator. Good ndvnncus m������������������<li< on b:ll������������������ of India?, nnd nftcr sn!o in mado prompt  retiiniB B������������������nt to shipper. Our coinmifiKion eharpii' is the lowuHt ������������������]lowod by the  ..iilns ot' thi' Winnipeg Giiiin t5x(.hatii.e. of which w<> are rnembcrK.  As soon &k your enr is billed Sorw������������������i6, Hend tui> Hliippinjj bill to u������������������ -with In-  "truotiuris about holding i>:- telling, and vro will uttdnd to 0m biduD'H1 of the  husiiiehS for you. Ship oue cut to us :mtj yon will contJihi<> to uhip ior yaarf.  We UNDKllSTANI) this BDSr^BfiS 'I'UOVOXJGULY, am)  tbat COUNTS.  We nro LIOEKSKl) *nd T30NDKD. I-tef^ronoo: B������������������nk of II������������������nii)ti>ii, Wiuni.).<(<,  iUn.  If yon hare not shipped n i>;������������������r of in-pin y������������������>t, wriw KB for fofl shipping itiKtroc  lions.    Sliippini.  (jr������������������in  for  ���������������������������  (otr_iui8������������������tion merchant  to handle  if  very  aim pin.  McBEAN BROS.   OHA.TN' EXCHANGE    -    ���������������������������    ���������������������������    WIMTHIl'EG,  MAK  Don't Give Your Low Grade Wheat Away  Get the Highest Market Price for It  We are making Splendid Sales of Number 4, 5, 6, and Feed, a.s well as tough and  rcjfifted smutty wheat. There is a good market i'or all of these low grades. Let lift  sell your wheat to the highest bidder, and get you oil it is worth in any of the world's  miirkois.    W'vite for full particulars, and Hend your Shipping Bills to  **_#���������������������������  if*!   *B  .sLiUcfe  1*1  BRANCH'OPPIOSS  5 Chubb Block, SaskafeooR, Sask..  GraiD Exchange.  Calgary, Alta.  :osuz  il  \  1Mb ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  L^Hfc  w  rxK  ta "Sixteen  (hunts of Cough Syrup"  A h������������������m!!y 3ur_.j,'y for 50c, Saving $2.   Tho  Sunriut, Qulcftesf Remady You Ever  Used or iSionn'j Refunded.  A coi??;u rznvyly that naves yon ?a, and  Is guaranfcci'-d to give r; nicker," better re-  sfills than anything else. Is surely worth  trying. Ami one trio.] wJ.Il show you whv  Pin ox is usod la more homes iu the U. S.  Aiid Canada, thiux any other cough remedy.  - Yon will be pleasantly surprised by the  way it takes right hold of a cough, giving  almost Inatanb reLlef. It will usually stop.  the iuosIj obstinate, doep-ecatod cough In"  ti hours, ami is anequolled for prompt  results iu whooping oough.  A GO-cunb bottlo of Pinex, when mixed  ���������������������������wiuh homo-irmdo Hng.iT syrup, makes sixteen ouncaa ot' tho best cough remedy qjrer  used. Eauily prepared la live mlnufts���������������������������  ���������������������������directions in package.  Tho tosto id pleasant���������������������������children tako If,  ���������������������������willingly. Stimulates tho appetite and is  slightly laxative���������������������������both excellent features.  Splendid for croup, hoarseness, asthma,  bronchitis and othor throat troubles, ana  ������������������. highly successful remedy for incipient  iimg troubles.  Pinex i3 a special nnd highly coiicea-  tra,fced compound of Norway White Pine  '���������������������������Tfinict, ricn, in gtmiaooland other natural  healing pine elements. Simply mix with  sugav syrup or strained honey, in tv fU^oz.  bottle, and it is ready for nee.  Pinex ha.8 often been imitated, betftever  ���������������������������successfully, for nothing else will produce  tho same results.' Tim genuine is guara������������������-  toed fco give absolute sattefaetion or money  refunded. Certificate of guarantee iu  wrapped in each package. Your druggist  has 3->inez or will gladly get it for yon  If not, send to 'i'he Pinex Co., Toronto,  Ont.      n t  Lord Glonconnor, recently made high  commissioner to the geueial assembly  of the Church of Scotland, receive?  ���������������������������10,000 a year for his work, which consists in tho main of ope speech a year  at the opening of the assembly. lie is  % brother-in-law of Premier Asquith.  aad until raised in rank, not so long  ago was Sir Edward Tennant. '  Success  Business College  Cmt. P���������������������������rtage Ave. tad &_a������������������at������������������n St.  . WINNIPEG, MAN.  - Coarsw' ��������������������������� Bookkeeping, -   Short-  - hand. .Typewriting & English <,  fail toon now open.    Bnt*r ������������������nj- tfme.  ������������������������������������siufc our sonde ii ti In x*eurin{ ,  ���������������������������    ,   ..    -food position*.    ' ���������������������������  WV  ffrit* tarfay (or Itrjfi free ������������������������������������ttilo^ii������������������.  F. C.  GARBBTT,  IVewilonfc,  6. E. WIGGINS,  Prinoiji.tl.  ������������������?iry WthRaii  ��������������������������������������������� lat*mjc4 marl ikmaki i-iow,  atowt fee <xwi..*fa������������������  UKVEL WUrtraj Spraf  laotan-A-r.     Ask  ' 'ssarisl tor  MARVEL.  W Mad aoat mr itomitcmt  ������������������������������������������������������*    i Baled. It jp������������������o> (UI Mrfe-  tart tmi d_r������������������a_,K4 SutsJmm* ������������������ Mta,  ^IfDSOR SOTTtY CO.,  Dr. M artel's Female Pills  HGHTEEK TEAM THE STAJTOAR)  , tmamcxi'atA and rastmaum&mA tm womtt' i ms������������������  ���������������������������ucta,' ������������������ te&viMAtHilirj yrtpsroft r������������������ai#<J7 *  pw -m*rtft.    ai i__������������������5iL^r6������������������__3������������������������������������h JL**_*t  -%Vs\\\ym&~iamm\mim*Tntm^aM^  Sead ior  free sample to  Dopt.  National Drug & Chemical Co., Toronto.  The Army of  Constipation  It Growing SroaHer Every T>mj.  CARTER'S UTTLE  LIVER PIUS are  iresponsibls���������������������������they l  only give relief���������������������������  Aey permanent  Cure Cuottipa-  tion.    Mil  tiom uso  $iem for  Bilionn-  CC31, tndt_rei!ir.rt, Sici Headache, Sailor Skin.  WALL PIIX, SHALL D0S������������������, SMALL PRICE  ���������������������������  GeEuiae ������������������o������������������iw������������������ Signattira  A SON OP DICKENS  To tho son of Charles Dickens, who  comes from the antipodes for" tbe firs!  time in forty years, America seems more  liko home, that is, more like Australiaj  than England. So be told a reporter  for the JS'ew Vfork Sun during his receat  visit. This son, named after Alfred  Tennyson, wout out to Australia when  a youth of twenty. lie never saw his  father again, nor, indeed, had he ever  returned to his old home until the past  year, when he came baek to the western world to lecture about biH father.  Tho reporter, after bringing forward the  usual irrelevances by means of which  visiting foreigners gain an impression  of American ''siuartnoss," led the new-  comer to talk about himself and his  more famous" father. One thing that  tho interview reveals is that certain  English types still persist since tbe day  the elder Dickens put them into bis fiction.     Tbe sou explains:  "t visited the inn where Mr, Pickwick'first met Alfred Jiiigle. It was  not so much changed either. A party  of us had luncheon there and the landlord entorod surprisingly into the spirit  of the occasion.  " 'Glad to see, you, gentlemen,' he  said in greeting us; 'very glad, very  glad. A good luncheon awaiting you,  gentlomen, a good luncheon; indeed.an  excellent luncheon, I might say. Lamb  or veal, gentlemen; a good shoulder of  lamb or a joint of veal, and either done  to a turn.'  ''And so he went through the whole  menu, Alfred Jingle to the life, and enjoying it thoroughly himself. lie loved  the works of niy father" and was glad  to honor his memory. - Indeed, I found  it touching to observe , how dear his  memory yet is among the people and in  tbo places whose scenes be made familiar.  "I visited the old home and the meadow fvhich we boys used to have to  visit by a circuitous route if we wanted  to play there mornings. For my father  was very, indcistrious and worked every  morning 'from nine o'clock until one,  regardless of all else, and he could not  bear being disturbed. And as the way  to our cricketing ground lay past'"his  study window we had to climb hedges  and skirt the orchard in order to get  to the meadow.  '' Worse, yet, our croquet ground was  overlooked by:his..study-, window and  many a time we had to watch the clock,'  bopisg he was not going to work overtime that day-so we eould get U our  game.       ,       J  '-'My father's habits of living.were  very simple at,home. ,We children-al-  waya had our dinner at midday, and be  svould come into /the dining-room ,and  stand at-the sideboard and.take something light to eat. - Tie never ate at  that hour what could be termed1.a meal.  "''As [-'said, ho was" very, industrious  and kept.very-busj'._ ~TIe generally had  two novels" in, hand at( one': time.Jand  scarcely over,kept further than one in-"  stalmeiifc-ahead in "their publication, j'  "As you know, they would first appear serially, and'it would ��������������������������� have' been  a wonderful thing had he ever.had one  completed and off his mind when it began to appear. _ His work made him  one "of the .originators of tbe modern  periodical. .. His plan was-to'tell'the  right to a ptibHsher.for what would now  bo considered a "ridiculously low sum.  Later he bought some of these rights  back.'/  He does not permit" us to forget onr  early shortcomings in the way of piracy.  What"Diekens and his family suffered  by these "pickings and stealings," it is  hoped, ia now being amended in some  part through the agency of the,"Dickens Stamp."-   Tbe son assures us:   ���������������������������  "For all the millions of copies of his  works in this'country he nover received  a cent except from" Tick nor" ft" Fields of  Boston','who paid hiurfor the books they  published. Bnt although ho himself  won nothing and lost an inestimable for-,  tnue. be won tbo battle for all the  novolista to follow him: for it is admitted that it- wan most largely due to  his efforts thai, the international copy-  -right=!aw7ttt=!a3fc=cjimo^aboBfc=*ftfr-weBt-  into effoet."  The son, of course, bad personal acquaintance with many of the originals  of tho most famous Dickons characters.  "Tho heist part, of it is that the originals," so he says, "uever dreamed  that thoy were such, and would innocently read the books and enjoy the  character, nover reading thensolve* into them."     fie adds:  "Uut no one waa wife. Tbe family  sorrn������������������ts~all had to~sorre~ their purposes^  and oven the members of the family  themseJvcfl. Mrs. Joe Gargory and Joe  wore my sister and her husband to tbe  lifo; my grandfather should havo had  no trouble in seeing himself in Mr.  Jlicawber in his sjiare time when waiting for something to turn up, and Mrs.  Nu'klcby was a delightful portrait o������������������  iny grandmother.  '-'Bnt my father always so generalized hia characters that no offence ������������������onld  be taken; though he probably had a  particular Pecksniff in mind and a particular Uriah Hoop, there are thousands  of both still living today who are hit  just as much as the original inspiratioas  were. '���������������������������'  Dickens, we are reminded, mado  amend? to Leigh Hunt for picturing  bin. as Harold Skimpole by securing him  a pension from the Literary Fund.  .-jam.  over this barren region are little baains  from a few feet to a rod or two in  diameter, ami it is in the bottom oi  these that the rolling stones are found.  The canse for the stiango conduct of  th������������������ne stones ia doubtless to be found in  tha material of which they are eoat-  posed, which appears to be lode-etone or  magnetic iron oie.  USED FISTS INSTEAD OF PENS  A unique method of settling a political dispute was recently adopted by  two ^ueenaland journalists, Mr. Murphy, editor of the Charleville Timea, a  Liberal organ, and Afr. Kliner, editor  uf tbe local Guardian, Labor. Tkey decided to settle the matter by a public  right with boxing glovoe. " Tbe hall  was arowded and both men fought  liereo.y. The first round was doekledly  in favor ef Mr. Murphy. In the aeeend  round Mr. Kliaer fared even worse. The  third finished him completely and in  less than a minute be was banging on  t*������������������ rapes iu a dazed condition.  HOOP SHIRTS ABE COMING  A few weeks ago a woman ot fashion appeared on the streets of Paris  wearing a' hoop skirt dosigned by Paul  Poiret. The costume was a vivid green  and into the lower edge of tbe chiffon  tunic had been run a pieee.pf stiff, fea-  therboue which made it stand out boop-  likc about her figure. Although this  gown created-the sensation of the eea-  son, othor less daring designers brought  out models with hoops of moderate size,  which not oaly the French but other  women as well did not hoeitate tobuy,  A DISAPPOINTMENT  lie went unto an aero .meet,  And came home much disgneted;  Said he, '' The game was very tamo���������������������������  No planes or. necks were.busted."  WHY ELSE?  She weans a network waist,  Her stockings are network, toe;  1 looked at her open-work sleeve and  aee  Her soft arm gleaming tkroaglu  When she raises ber fluffy skirts  A little way, ah, ne!  , I.see tke dainty bits of .white . -  That peep through the filigree.  tive JBiHd ef the young author-to-be.  in fact, the doctor waa noted all around  tor tine thing alone. -Many u.e tlie  stories told in illustration cf hia remarkable powers of analysis, the 1 allow-  ing being representative of tbe retit:  "CJentleman," he once said to his  students, "1 am not quite sure whether  this man is a cork-cutter or a slator.  i observe a slight hardening oa one  side of bis forefinger aud a little thiek-  eniag on the outside of his thumb, and  liiat is a sure sign that ho is eitnox  oiicor tbe other." Again, he one* observed to another patient, '' You art  a soldier, a nou_ com missioned oileer,  aad you aave served in Bermuda," ami  then, turning to tbe students, he pointed oat that the man ������������������ same into the  room withoat taking his bat off, as he  would go into the flrdorly room; that  his air showed be was, a noncommissioned 'officer, and that he had oa  his forehead a peculiar- rash known'  only in Bermuda. "A eobblar, I see,"  tne profaasor remarked on another mm-  caBion, directing the students, ae he  spoke, to the inside knee of the man's  trousers, which was worn where ho had  rested the lapstone.  Women's Ailments  Caused by Neglect  Are Quickly Cored and HLoTovat, SoaaJ  Health Eaetared by.. Dr.  Hamilton's KUfi,  You say it isrudeof-jiie -    ������������������������������������������������������,--  To look at her network waist,  ������������������->r to  gaze  below when  she lifte  skirts  So dainty and yet so chaste.    .  her  Nay, say not so.   It wore'fnde-  If I should neglect to see,  ; For why is she wearing her notwerk  " things' ,- ' "  .-  ' ,tf not to be seen by mef  ���������������������������     /         ' -      -. : Jlr.        ..    --'  THE SPEED OF BIttDS -^  Many-naturalists are.of tho opinio*  that-the speed of birds in flight is often  greatly overestimated. The" swift,'-'for  instance, had been credited with, a'speed  of one hundred and ,fj'f ty; miles an hour,  and popular imnginatio'n compares the  flight of a sparrow-hawk with"that.of  a��������������������������� cannon-ball!    .   ���������������������������-   -;-���������������������������-'���������������������������        -yy~.  Independently of aid from the wind,  it ia thought;that forty miles,an hour  ie,about the full speed of a good pig:  eon flying a long distance: "The homing pigeon can be relied on, ander  fairly easy conditions, to make aixty  miles an hour or even more. Bnt the  sparrow-hawk' frequently fails te cuteh  slower birds that farm its orev.  ' THEKAISEE'S DLLS  The fact has just come out that J8wi  peror William of Germany underwent  a serious," secret' operation in, 1894 for  the removal of a lump under his jaw  The growth was not only nneightly.  but it became dangerous' and if thc,  operation had''uot been entirely sueeess  ful the Kaiser's mouth would have been  ed that from birth his left arm hat  been short and comparatively weak,  it will be understood how anxious he  must have been eoeeeraiBg the reetrft  of his other infirmity.  The Kaiser, wno' is a fine figure ������������������.  a man, is exceedingly vain of his per  sonal apjiearance, and likes to peso at-  an impressive Military fignre. At all  times, and ��������������������������� especially during parade?  and inspections, or when photographed,  he m very-.careful to conceal the weak  aess of his arm, exercising evory pos  sible triek of attitnde and dross to hide  hia infirmity. '.If he bad been compelled  to go abroad with his mouth awry.  the blew wonld have" been a sere on*  indeed., '.-'...--  HEART OF AUTOlOr .  i    leave    these    woods ?'.rt0.j" Awtumn 'a  ancient flame:  Phe beryl-hearted    hike;    its  bonding  frame  ���������������������������>f   willowed,  .rusb-boanr.    shore;    the  rihadewed read  Vhere   yesterday   the   crimson"; semac  glowed; ,-. .-       - '"       -   -  pull.geldenrod aswing beyond the wall  Where .thrills tho lone 'cicada's haaat-  ing.eall;7i7 7-"-- ������������������������������������������������������  '-7  i^ar - hills';; that" lean '������������������gajn'st  aebiowded  ��������������������������� ' skies, ,"���������������������������'J   . - .   7       -,.,,-  WWee drop lew winds te waodef/an-  '    ���������������������������. said wise; ..*      . . "   ..   ,:., '.   ",;  Vvoaaen are on tho whole more aiekW  than   men.   Oao rmin  is   that  Uufr  aystem   is   more  eoiapiicutei.;' anothar  and more important reason ix they pvM.  off. measures ef rmmimt tec I*agv   At tto  beginning, constipation is the oauee M  nine-tenths of women 'a' ailments.   .Th*.  blood becomes weakened and polluted��������������������������� -  the nerves suffer amtl a raw-down ee������������������ .  dition takcB root. _       '  Beeaase of their m^Mpm of actum  as a system regulator, beeaase of their  nndoabted .power 'te.rBaovB comUifai  tleo, irregularities, ne nettttlne for wl7;  men cau compare with Dr. Hamilton'}  Pills.   The kidneys qaicfcly respond _������������������  the remesiial action, of l>r. HamiltomV,  Pills'and the result is as jom would"  expect, cpafn in the   bock and   sid&  shortness of breath, aad bad color dis- .  appear���������������������������the functions of tho body thtft  operate naturally,' congestion ~a__td pastn" ���������������������������  are prevented and perfect health m  twna.   ���������������������������  ' Thousands ef happy women my Dr.  Hamilton's Pills are tho greatest and,  best hlood-pnrirSer, the ftmest eenplexfo* ;  renewer,   the   most   eertain   regulating,'  medicine known.  ,A1  dealors, in  ite 7  hostOB, or ii_e GntairhmeiKi Co., KlBp>  tea, Canada.   ' -'/../   ~y . , y" '.  y\  y-,-  Ciaaf-latticed   lanes  stood apart; -  flkia do I leave, bot-  -" heart.  -I hare, kept your  THE EXCEPTION  .&.  A person.is ;ur idot to' bother~~Z7i:.yfr}2  TOE DEATH OF SHERLOCK  HOLMES ,  Dr.  Joseph  Bell/unfortunately  jest  deceased,   was   a' quite   extraordinary  personage.   Consulting surgeon  to the  .Royal Infirmary at Edinburgh; an an'  thority   on   children's   diseases,   edite  for twenty-three years of the "Edii������������������  bnrgh   Medical    .Journal,"    author    ^  medical works, and a depnty-lienteaa  of  the county���������������������������an nnnsnal  distinctio  for a medical man���������������������������he^added  te this  alTeady'^ery^fo'rniidabloHlaim^to^fajno  the preternatural acnteness of observation of Sherlock TTolmeo'himself.     Tt  was ns a medieal student in Edinburgh  thnt Sir Arthnr Conari Doyle first became acquainted with him.    Hia extraordinary gifts,  shown  to snob  advantage in tho coiiFulting-roora. conld not,  and did not, fail to impress thc resep-  The Borito of Eiekley'Anti-Oocunuap-  tive Syrnpas a:sureroniedy^f������������������r eonghe  aa'dVeolds' are Attested by" seeres'-'who  know its power in giving almoat instant relief,?when, the.:throat",ia sore  with eeughing, and the ��������������������������� wholaVpidmoo-  ary "region'"disordered iji.eonaeqneiwe.  A bottle of tlus v^orld-faHie<i Syrup  will sare doctor's bills, and a great  deal ef s������������������BTorijig. Price 2n cwnts, at  ���������������������������H-dealers.  ;-:, She  a, lot   abo������������������t   his  deseoafc,^Don't���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������'  think'sofff  .7   ��������������������������� -,  ,. ; -t yy^J/Jiy  .-He:  "ires;  unless, lie'happeuH'-^to'Lhr: .,  a������������������ 'aviator ��������������������������� np^ iia the _air.''   .," 7-y ^y^Jlgg;  71 2~ v"l~" '_.' -_ -. y~  Z~', ~-y*~ *���������������������������' i^'i*" -^ ' JOi_i>-^,-i?"'**^^-^ -j"-Sfx''^  "r'M  .ij^ZZ.  ���������������������������rw-'fi'-fA-  A Safe Pill.for BmMcriaz Woinen^-   The sednderl life' of- womea; whieh'; por, 7^V^|  ���������������������������ite-'e/ little Iwelthfal exereise,-'is/i:'"/>���������������������������::^  fruitfnl cause of derangements-of thi  etomach and liver aad ie aecottntablf".  for J the   pains   aad   Joasttadc  .that -Zpti  many of, them.eatixsrienee.'��������������������������� ParmeleeV  Vegetoble Pills;.will eorreet.- irregulari���������������������������.-  hiea of the digestive organs aad resteiW'  health  aaid  viger.   Tke  meet ��������������������������� delieajk  weeaan ������������������aa one Hiem with safety/'be"'  emoee their aetse*, while . effective", 'i#  ���������������������������Hid and soothing;.   "..������������������.' . y'J  ~,-=>'-t-y>?  , J-'t  Vigorous Healtti  ' * "  . ��������������������������� ?'      74J'  -:-. y ��������������������������� %  le enjoy ��������������������������������������������� (he tel \HN%\  work and pieasurr���������������������������oomse ������������������sly vtth#  food difesttoa. - ,        - V-. 1A s.  tono up weak ttomeahfr-euppty the dJfeattve Julcej which axm imc^st~^^irm  vour food bctaf prepertf eonverted bito brawn w^id *l������������������ev. nd Weed and scttTe  brain.   60c ��������������������������� bos at your drugfixt'i or from 32  NaflMul Vim* ami 1  Cm-alCaaada. lhakam.  MNbMl  TOLO HER TO REST  BUT SHE COULDN'T  BUT MRS. CHEFF POTTND A CUKE  TS DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  TRAVELLING STONES  "Travelling stonos," from tho size  of a pea. to six inches'in diameter, are  found in Nevada.  Whon distributed upon a floor or  other level surface, within two or three  foot of one another, they immediately  begin to travel toward a common centre, and there lie huddled like a clutch  of eggs in a nost.  A single stone, removed to a distance of three and a half feot, upon being released, at onco started with wonderful and Bontowhat comical eelority  to join its fellows.  TboBO queer stones are found in a  region thnt is comparatively level and  little more than bare rock.    Scattered  She .suffered from Rheumatism, Neuralgia and other symptoms of Diseased  Kidneys���������������������������Dodd's Kidney Pills made  her strong and healthy.  Peveril, Vaudrenil Co., Que., Nov.  I  ���������������������������((Spocial)���������������������������one   moro   of   the   tired,  pain-wrecKed    women    of  Canada    baa  found   relief  and   new  life   in   Dodd's  Kidney Pills.    She is Mrs.  Jos.  Obeff.  of  this  place, and  she  never  tires  of  tolling her neighbors of her wonderful  cure or singing tbe praises of the good  old remedy that brought it ,aboat.  "I suffered from Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Violent ITcadachcs and Palpitation of the' Heart," Mrs. Cheff states.  <(My back ached, f waa always tired  and nervous and T had weak spells.  My doctor told me to junt rest, but  that wan just what. T couldn't do, till  reading of the cures of other* led me  to try Dodd's Kidney PilK  "From the first, dose they helped mc.  I soon left my bed and started to do  my ordinary housework.  "T took in all twelvo boxen of Dodd's  Kidney Pills and now my health is  excellent. I recommend Dodd's Kidney Pills to all suffering women."  Tbonnanda of Canadian women will  tell you that Dodd's Kidney Pills are  the ono sore relief for Buffering women.  WHEA T, BARLEY  OATS, FLAX  Owing to so much unfavorable weather, many fanueris over Western  Canada havo gathered at least part of tbeir crop touched by frost or  otherwise weather damugod. - RowoTOr. throngl; the large shortage in  corn, oat*", barley, fodder, potatoes and vegetables, by tbt iniiiHUfcf'liofU  and drought of last summer in the United Btatou,' Eastern Canada and  Western ISnrope, there is goiog to be a steady demand at good pricV  for all the gmin Western Canada bu������������������ raised, no ninttei what iff qimlitv  nisy be.  So runch  variety 1������������������ quality makes  it impossible ior  ttuisd iei_0 e>  perieneed to jndge tho /full vstoe that should be obtained for niflh grain,  therefore the  farmer never stood mere in need of tbe services of the  experienced and reliable grain commission man to act for him, in  thp  looking after and selling of bis grain, than be does this heason.  Farmers, yon will therefore do woll for ywirsehes. not to accept  street, or track prices, bnt to ship your grain by carload direet to .Fort  William-or Port Arthur, to bo, handled by us in a way tbat will" get  for yon all thore is in it. We make liboml advances when desirod, on  receipt of shipping bills for cars shipped. We never buy your grain on  our own aecount, but act as your iigenta in soiling it to tho best adraD  tage for yonr aecount. and we do so on a fixed commiftKior; of Ic ner  bushol.  ������������������, Wo have made a specially of this work fo' manv yoitrh. und are  weJl known orer Western Canada for our experience inHho grain trade.  reliability, carofu] attention to our cusfcojsws' interests, aud promptness  in making settlements.  We invite farmers who hare uot yet employed nn to write to nn for  shipping instructions and market information, and in rotmrd tn our  standing in the Winnipeg Grais Trade, and out financial position, wp  beg to refer yon to tho Union Bank of Canada, and auy of its branche*.  also to the commercial agencies erf Bradutreots and lii. 0. Dtui & Co.  THOMPSON SONS & CO.  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS   .  703 Y Grain Exchange  Winnipeg  116 r, z/ZyJ/iyz/^y/zzj.  "Mi  7  \  f  i  THE.ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday January 18, 1912  T  .1  THE UP-TO-DATE  BUTCHER    '  For Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal, Lamb, Pork and Sausage  Fresh-Killed Poultry, Salmon, Kippers, Bloaters,  Celery,     Fresh Oysters,     Veeners  Formerly Orton's.  'Phono CG  Next door to Evans & Son  stretch of road with only a limited  amount of money, the work must  necessarily be more or less of a temporary nature, and this means that  every few years extensive and expensive repairs must be made.  OFFfOBRS    FOR 1912  Real Estate, Insurance, Etc.  Post Office Block, Enderby  WE ARE MAKING UP A NEW LIST  FOR THE SPRING BUSINESS.  GET YOUR PROPERTY LISTED BEFORE WE GO TO PRESS.  YOU CAN LIST WITH US  SAFELY���������������������������THE     IMPUTATION   WE    MADE  LAST YEAR PROVES THAT  (No signing:  no extra commissions.)  YOU CAN HOP 13 TO SELL'BEST THROUGH  US.���������������������������The   Business  we did  last year proves that. (Quick deals: Big Gash Payments.)  SEED  GRAIN AND POTATOES Ottawa.      Such    applications require  ���������������������������  no postage.  A communication from J. H. Gris- Applications for potatoes, from  dale, director of Dominion Experi- farmers in any other province should  mental Farms, states that hy in- j be addressed (postage prepaid) to  structions of the Hon. Minister of j the Superintendent of the nearest  Agriculture   a   distribution   will    be ; branch   Experimental   Farm in that  made during the coming spring of  superior sorts of grain and potatoes  to Canadian farmers. The samples  for general distribution will consist  of spring wheat (5 lbs.), white oats  (4 lbs.), barley (5 lbs.) and Geld peas  (3 lbs.).       These    will    be   sent out  province.  GOOD ROADS ALL IMPORTANT  The weather was not favorable for  bringing out a large v.otc in the  Municipal election on Monday last;  and, besides, there was not much interest taken in thc event, since it  was not possible to go far wrong in  the choice of Aldermen and School  Tuustces offering. F. H. Barnes led  the poll with 70 votes, followed by  Dr. Keith with G7; H. E. Blanchard  with GG, Robt. E. Peel with GG, Jas.  F. Johnson with 45, and S. Teece  with 44. For School Trustees the  vote stood: F. Pyman, 70; Andrew  Fulton, G8; A. E. Taylor, 61; A. A.  Faulkner, 53. As a result of the ballot, the Aldermen will be: Messrs.  Blanchard, Barnes, Keith, Peel ancl  Johnson, with Mayor Ruttan clioscn  by acclamation. Board of School  Trustees: Messrs. Taylor, .Fulton and  Pyman.  In dropping out of both the City  Council and Board of School Trustees, Mr. Teece does so after two  terms of faithful service in the interest of the city.  COAL !  COAL !  Big appropriations will be made by  the    Provincial    Government at  the  present session of the legislature, for  I am    prepared   to   fill orders for  domestic coal;'large or small'quantities.     James Mowat, Office Bell Blk.  Snap���������������������������20,000 ft. rough  lumber.   No  ,efused. Apply,  ried on   from    several of thc experi- \ lumbia.       This     announcement   was j Sharpe, Hullcar.  mental farms,   the   Central Farm at (made the past week by Hon. Thomas '  from Ottawa.     A distribution of po- ,'tne construction,   'improvement    and ,  tatoes (in 3-lb. samples) will be car- ! maintenance of   roads in British Co- J reasonable    offer  'Ottawa supplying only the provinces j Taylor, Minister of Public Works, to  of Ontario and Quebec. All samples -a deputation of 28 from the Canadian  will be sent free, by mail. j Highway   Association,    Avho    waited  Applicants should give particulars ! upon thc Executive at Victoria,  in regard to the soil on their farms; j In speaking as a representative of  and'should states what varieties they jthe association, President Wi J. Kerr  have already tested and in what way j of New Westminster, said that the  these have been found unsatisfactory, ; attention paid to roads by the de-  so that a promising sort for their jpartment of public works was very  conditions maybe sent.     ' j gratifying   and   augured well for the  Each application must" be separate, | future. He fully realized that with'  "and must be signed -by the" applicant. \the many calls made upon the  Only one sample can be sent to one'finances of the province, the depart-  farm. Applications on any kind of ! ment could not possibly accomplish  printed or written form cannot be ac- !all that it might wish, but he hoped  ceptcd. >'^������������������ sce wol'k ������������������' a   permanent nature  cAs the supply of seed is limited, J carried on without a bait for many  farmers are advised to apply early to i years to come. In his opinion it  avoid possible disappointment. No j was better to construct a few miles  applications can 'be accepted after,of permanent roads that would be a  Feb. 15th. ; credit to the province, and that will  All applications for grain (and ap- | remain as a monument to the pres-  plications from the provinces of On- 'ent administration; permenancy, in-  tario and Quebec for potatoes) j stead of mileage, should be the aim  should be addressed to the Dominion 'of the department. When an at-  Ccrealist,   Central  Experimental farm ! tempt is made   to    construct a long  i Remember the date of S. L. Taube's  visit to Enderby, and if you have  eye trouble, be sure and consult him,  at Reeves' Drug Store, on Monday,  January 22nd.  KS  s^nsawsYnMau-.w**  ta cyaympQ    newspapers  *������������������<*��������������������������� .fa *&������������������ Anil J. At & '<4������������������V OZJ ,M=xurjzz.tiama3ai*xnnaj*a&a!2acii  We sell all the best magazines here, also a good    line    of_ paper-covered  books.   We are agents for the Toronto Globe,    the   Vancouver World, tbe  Manitoba' Free Press, and the Vancouver Daily Province,  taken for any magazine or periodical published anywhere.  Subscriptions  -T=H=E=-E"N"B-E=R=B-Y=F=A-=I=R-  Opposite The Walker Press.  TheO  urn  n  ixie  Q.  suDuee .singers  AT THE OPEEA HOUSE  Saturd ay Eve  an. *""  GREAT    MUSICAL    TREAT!  If you are out for a bargain in the latest-style Overcoat  investigate these values:  Regular $20.00 Overcoats, for  $15.20  Regular $i8.00 " .      ���������������������������.    14.80  Regular $16.00 "  ?.     12.00"  Regular $12.00 " ...'.      8.80'  MACKINAW COATS, regular $6.50, cut to $4.35; regular $3 50 ���������������������������  cut to $2.50.    SHEEP. COAT, reg. .$8.50, cut to.$6.3<5.--'   - .'  Enderby Trading Co*, Ltd.  =Reseiwe-seats=at=-Ree-ves=  EN D E R'B Y  No Irrigation Required  These lands arc situated on the benches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are in splendid condition for planting.  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and   will   give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchards will be   planted   and cared for at a .  moderate charge.  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots are now on the market at ?150  per acre.  Get in on the Grst block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,    ,  Deer Park Land OlTico, Enderby..   For your  h  seds, Ornamentals sod Fruits  Has it ever occurred to you that in  building "a    frame-house,-costing say-  $2,000,  you    arc    losing   every   year  $100, or 5 per   cent, in depreciation,  Build brick and you will have a  house, that..nccds_ no repairs .to the  walls and will be worth as much, or  mure, 50 years hence as it is to-'day,  saving you quite a considerable sum  apart from the cost of repairs, as the in painting, insurance and fuel mean-  life of ii frame house i.s about 20 while. A largo stock of lirst-class  years at the outside? brick now on hand.  End  The Enclerby Brick & Tile Co.  erby  Buy, Sell or   '* K J- Mack  Trade  A FARM  Ai FRUIT LOT  A HOUSE  A BUSINESS LOT  or A BUSINESS  T. have them at Mara, Enderby, Ver  non,   Victoria,   Vancouver,  or elsewhere,  is now ready.  I Livery, Feed & Sale Stables |  I        ENDERBY, B. C. t  f    Good Rigs;   Careful Driv- |  % ers; Draving of all kinds.      <*>  *     ��������������������������� : f  f    Comfortable ancl Commo- %  <?> dious Stabling for teams.  Winnipeg | <5������������������ ___   Write to me.   My liat \k    . ~~  | % Prompt attention to all customers  Go to the  HENRYSS&  Vancouoer, B. C.  Wc have the finest stock on the Coast  Last year being my first year m business, T was badly handicapped for  want of stock, but not so this year.  Send us your order ancl wc shall give  you satisfaction.  See our new catalogue (FREE.)  A. R. MACDOUGALL, Prop.  Look at Our No. 2 Dimension  that we are selling at $12.00  per Thousand.  We also have   some cheap   Flooring,  Ceiling and Drop Siding at  $10.00  per Thousand.  Slab Wood, $1.75 per load  A. R. ROGERS LUMBER CO., Enderby  IF YOU WANT TO OWN  BUY A CARBO MAGNETIC KNIFE  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara,  j J>    Land-seekers  and  Tourists in-  j % vitcd to give us a trial.  p   '1  U. 'j  <#-*'���������������������������  $Ji-^-$m*AWH>*m^$m$<s>-  For Sale by  THE ENDERBY TRADING Co.  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE  igencies  Fru it Land Hay Land  Town Lots  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  British America Assurance Co,  Royal InsuranceCoof Liverpool (Life dept  The London & Laneashire Gua . t  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY  / w  ������������������       5  II  a  I  m  Ml  III  \ lAfa  ll  iM  nil  -liL  Ifl  ik


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