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 7*SiS'f->  /  /  Enderby, B. C,   October 10. 1912  AND  vv  ���������������������������      r      ir    ti    ������������������-*    .ri  A L ������������������v iv K   __������������������  WEEKLY  Vol. 5; No. 27; Whole No". 241  Town and District News in Brief  of People ancl Things Heard About ^Li  A meeting of the City Council will  be  held  next Monday evening.  Born���������������������������At Mara, Sept. 28th, to Mr.  and Mrs. Ole Zcttergreen, a son.  Born���������������������������At Mara, Oct. 9th, to Mr.  and Mrs. Chas. W. Little, a daughter.  On Saturday evening "Managing  Mildred" will be seen at the Opera  House.  Mr. and Mrs.-A. E.  Smith returned  -from a visit to    the coast fairs last  Sunday.  Mayor Ruttan is. expected .back  from Fort Fraser next Saturday or  Sunday.  Complaint is made of the growing  number of "game-hogs" that infest  the woods.  - Mr. Theo. Baxter left for the East  last Friday, to be absent three or  . four months.  ' Don't forget the Hospital Auxiliary  dance next Wednesday evening, in the  .   Opera House.  "; "All    Endcrbyites-" who   visited  the  . Westminster,.fair  returned .home  yesterday morning.  ' * /"-**  ''.  ^MissrMowat'i''s_art'ed the second, sea-1  "' son" of her dancing.���������������������������- class last-Friday.  :   evening, in K. of E. Hall. -     . 7  .   There"  will   be  <a    meeting/of' the.  Board  of Trade-  tomorrow -.(Friday)  -evening.     Eight o'clock, at the Oity  Hall. '               ... '/���������������������������'  Mr. D. McLeod came in from camp  .association    for   the best Clydesdale  stallion.     One of the judges, who is  i with the best stallions in  Canada, spotted Marcellus Jr. as be-  To-night, in the Opera House, under 'ing one of the finest in the Dominion,  the   auspices    of    the    Enderby Boy  He declared him to be the best stal-  Scouts,  the  Webling-McRaye  Concert j lion west of the Rockies that he had  Company will give one of their pleas-, seen,  and one    that    few in  the big  His Royal Highness the Duke of  Connaught Visits the Okanagan  urable    entertainments,    once    heard  never to be forgotten.  Mr. A. Fult;-n this week closed the  deal on the lot in the rear of the  Fulton .Hardware establishment. He \  also purchased from Mr. Mack a 12-  foot driveway leading from ��������������������������� Vernon  road to the rear   of his business lot.  The Salmon Arm fair which was  held a week or ten days ago, is said  to have been one of the best ever held  in the Interior. Hon. Price_Ellison,  who had the pleasure of opening the  new exhibition hall there, declares  that he never saw a finer lot "of exhibits.  Provincial Surveyor G. L. Williams  and field staff returned from a survey  trip of several weeks, spent in the  West Kootenays. His party consisted "of" Messrs. - Harry-Baxter,'Urn.  Wells, Wm". Hatcher, Buzz Moffet, J.  Breedon, M. Kelly, G; Ryan and Jno.  Swan. -"-..    . ��������������������������� -��������������������������� , "' --J: "���������������������������' -" ��������������������������� s'~"~ "���������������������������  ��������������������������� A' party of gypsies of .the genuine  Egyptian fortune-telling type pitched  camp just east c:of the > bridge Saturday morning,- and have since been  conspicuous in sundry places about  town. They, have a following of children  that   have    heads of hair  that  breeding centres csn beat.  ENDERBY WILL BE THERE  Enderby will be 'in evidence at the  j first annual Okanagan Valley Apple  Show, to'be held at Verncn, October  23rd and 24th. The City Council has  signified its willingness to declare a  Civic Holiday on October 24th, and,,  while it is not binding upon anyone  to observe thc day.and visit the apple show, it is dollars to doughnuts  that there won't be anyone but the  babies left at home on that day���������������������������if  the weather clerk.plays fair.  And Enderby will have an exhibit  of apples there. We want to let the  irrigating, growers, see what Enderby  can do without irrigation. After the  judging we will tell you more, about  it." ,'At all events-* we will be there,'  and-with an exhibit-.^that will take-^  something���������������������������something* to beat.     At a  ti.me like ltHls'^eVery' hour counts in   siightest CIwrting at any point   and  making   a   collection^.\6f fruit.   The  His Royal Highness the Duke of  Connaught, Governor General of Canada, accompanied by the Duchess of  Connaught and Princess Patricia, visited the Okanagan Valley last Friday  and Saturday. Their visit was most  pleasant.      Fortunately  there* was a  dren sang "The Mapel Leaf." Cheers  were then called for to the Goverr-or-  General, and Princess Patricia..These  were, rousingly given, followed by  "The Mapel Leaf" by the band.  , The. Veterans, Cadets and Boy  Scouts then    marched past.    -As the  spell of delightful weather, and every- i order was given, the Veterans, led by  thing possible was done to make the  royal party comfortable 'on their"  journey. ' The Connaught special,  consisting of ten coaches and drawn  by two engines, passed leisurely down  the Valley shortly after eight-o'clock  and arrive I at Verncn, their first  stopping place, at 9:09. ' ' Mayor  O'Brien, of Vernon, and the various  committeemen under him, had every  little detail in "connection with,-the  reception of the royal party well in  hand, and the whole affair was conducted with- a precision and nicety  that left nothing wanting.  Vernon  was- crowded  with  visitors  from far.,, and- near, and- yet- the. re-  Capt. Findlay and Capt Turnbullj'  stepped out with a swing that made  the younger, untrained boys pick up  lively. It was a feature that brought"  cheers from the grand stand.    . '��������������������������� -  -  In the Veteran,' squads   were    men  who had seen service in the Crimean,'.  others in Zululand,  South' Africa arid  India.       Some-  were    old  and grey,  others worn with service 'and bearing-  the scars of battle, others young and  carefree   who did not look as if tsey  had ever   smelled    powder. -  .Jn  the  roll call they: would have" answered to "  these   names: - Capt."   Findlay,-- Capt."  Turnbull, Capt'. Audy, Trooper Swift,.  Trooper-.Damerell,   Trooper-"Flet"cher;>  financing of . the ��������������������������� exhibit was volun  tarily undertaken by Mr. A: Fulton  and in two   minutes    Mr. Geo. Pack    ----���������������������������.--..._. , | - Ancl. j    When the royal car drew un at the'Fouldcs*   .Trooper,   Smith,  this week   suffering    from ��������������������������� mountain ! *_0_UX,J Vle *lth the colors ln Josephs .so, if you have   any first quality ap-. station,  there    were-on the platform-Monger,    Corp.   -r Wakefield,'  ception of   His    Royal Highness was. CoFR?r.al Legge,-Trooper Hammond;*'  so  well- planned    and.-^so  delicately jT5?������������������P.er    McDonnell, . Trooper^ Fell,,  ���������������������������carried-out 'that    there was "n,ot the i ^o^pen'rHay*do'n* ^-Trooper ;^ "Batief.*  .Gunner s .  Smith,'    Sergt. .'��������������������������� Kaines.-'  Trooper -.Hamm;   Trooper"- Whitten,;'  Trooper Stuart-Signs, Col.-Sgt'.'Phil-' ���������������������������;  lips, Lieut. T. ,W..Hay," Privat. Forward,  Lieut.-Col..   Diamond, Trooper:  Kermode,  Trooper    Knight,  Trooper  Kaufmann,'    Trooper    Abbott;. Lieut:'  Trooper   '  all that was to be seen' was viewed  by all. Much of the credit for this is  due the officers and men of the B. C.  .   x , T .    ..-Horse,  who,, seemingly, had prenared  ham got busy.     -He   has been busy  before hand for evcry ernergency and  ever since,   and   will   -be;  up to thc ; were there to meet lt   -  hour of opening ,of the exhibit.  fever, and is now in the Enderby *hos  pi tai  coat.  The many   friends of Mr. Ed." Har-  One of the ladies who attended the rop wero pIcase(1 to see him in ELder-  Hospital Auxiliary meeting on Thurs-'by last Sixt������������������rday. Mr- Harrop has  day last, left an umbrella at the Oity jbcen at Victoria for the past few  Hall, , - (years,  and concluded it was time to  J. W. Evans" & Son have a large itake a rcst from cIose attention to  shipment of bulbs on hand for Fall ;b,isiness* He selected Enderby'as the  planting, and flower garden makers 'plaCe to llie to' and here he expects  arc busy."  Mr. B. Francis  returned   to    Vancouver last Thursday, after spending  -a.Jc.w_^cJLs_J>Yith_some-of-his-m,T,ny-  Okanagan friends  Shortstop Williams, the best all-  round baseball player in the Valley,  is now in charge of the Enderby pool  and billiard hall.  The Enderby stores will close at  9:30 o'clock on Saturday nights hereafter, beginning next Saturday, the  12th of October,  " "The "Armstrong " lacrosse" club "gave  another of their popular dances last  Friday evening, which was attended  by a number of Endcrbyites.  Mrs. G. B. Gelling left for the coast  Wednesday    for   surgical   treatment.  She was accompanied    by  Miss War  wick, of the Cottage Hospital.  Invitations are out for the wedding  of Miss Matilda Johanson to Mr.  Fred. Lundbcrg, in the parlors of the  Enderby Hotel, Saturday night, Oct.  12th.  Work was commenced this week on  the garage building to be erected on  the lot between Mack's livery and the  Bank of Montreal by Messrs. Mack &  Mann.  Next Wednesday and Thursday will  be held at Armstrong the annual  Fall Exhibition. Many Enderbyites  have secured prize lists and entry  forms, with the object ,of exhibiting  prize ������������������������������������������������������'winners.  Mr. Harvey reports that Miss M. B.  Simpson has purchased block 6 of the  Marris property, and block 7 is under option to Capt. B. M. Cameron.  This leaves block 9 the only one left  of the property, and it is spoken for.  to spend a few months, if not longer.  A merry wedding was celebrated at  (the Mill Company's boarding house  J_M___^Fjiday^^av.ening,____.tha==Rev-T=D.-  Campbell officiating. Miss Ida Larson was united in wedlock to Mr.  Oliver Lentrot. Numerous friends  were in attendance, and after the ser-  emony all were seated to a sumptuous bridal supper, provided by Mine  Host Skejie.  Mr. H. W. Harvey has a particu-  lnrly_attractlyu._(lisplaj_,window this  week. He is offering a weekly prize  of ?1.00 for the best plate of apples  exhibited in his window. This week  the Jonathan has the floor. Next  week it will be Winter Bananas. The  plate of Jonathans displayed by Mr.  A. V. Evans took the prize, and his  blue ribbon cheque is displayed with  the plate of fruit.  Mr. G. C. Chubb and bride arrived  in Enderby last Thursday. They vere  married at Rossland, September 5th,  in the St. George's church, end took  their wedding trip to California,  spending much of their time at thc  charming coast resort, Santa Cruz.  Mrs. Chubb is the daughter of Mr!  A. S. Goodeve, former M..P. for the  Kootenay riding and now Dominion  Railway Commissioner. Mr. Cl.ubb  is the popular teller in the Bank of  Montreal, here. They have taken up  their residence in the cottage recently erected on the corner of George  and Regent streets.  Last week at the horse meet at Vernon, the Stepney Farm stallion "Marcellus Jr." was awarded the shield  for the finest stallion on exhibition.  He also won   the cup put up by the  ,      ���������������������������        _  r .        _    . _     , ���������������������������      Private -  pies and .pears that you want to soil to reccivc H-s Royal Highness, Mayor 'Aliers-Hankey, Trooper Parkin, Capt.'  or give to the Board cf Trade for the O'Brien, Hon. Price Ellison, Hon. jCosterton, Trooper .Wright and Gun-  vr^o^-.f1!11'11' k,n.dly .^rt iw;orcl;tr������������������ Martin Burrell, Col. Bott, Mr. G. A.jner c������������������oks.    Sergt.- Ellison, Shocing-  ^   ^   Robinson. ]smith Little,  Trooper- Gorham,   Gun-  ' ner Chute, and Corp. .Steventon.  On leaving the rdais, His Royal* -  Highness wished the word to be con-"-' *  veyed to the   officers and men of the  Mr. Packham, or bring it to him..He  HemierSon  will do the rest.  A meeting" of the executive "of the  Board was held Monday evening, and  accepted Mr. Fulton's proposition to  finance the exhibit, and gave Mr.  Packham carte blanche authority to  proceed with the exhibit.  The work is now well in hand, and  wilL_be_puslied_.to mnkc-Enrtei-byis,  district exhibit one that will do credit to this section of the Okanagan.  ENDERBY  PEACHES  and   Mr  I As the Duke. and Princess Patricia  alighted, from their car, the band  played a few bars of the national anthem.   There was the formal greeting,  followed    by    His     Royal    Highness ;B: ������������������' Horse' that thcy furnished him  pressing the   button that opened thejthe finest body   suard that ha<d been"  Connaught  Gates   at  the park.   The!glven llIm any placc on his toU1'- and  procession    to   the    park    w_u3_thenj^������������������ the B������������������y Scouts    ������������������>e wished to_ex-_  Wm-eclTThe royal carriage bCing lhe ' P.reS^hls^leasure^t^������������������!WS~!^fffie a  last in line.     Prior to this the school  children,   Enderby    Boy    Scouts,  the  ad gath-  were standing j  o  troop of boys.  From    the   park    the    royal  party  Three years ago Mr. Geo. G. Lawes  planted a few peach trees on his Enderby Heights property. He has been  greatly encouraged each year when  he- noted - the" -\splendld~growtlr the"  .Cadets and    the  Veterans, had gath-  Werc (1Hven to thc Coldstream, where  'ered at the park   and worn st-Win,, : considerable time was spent in look-  in  waiting when  the  rived.     At   the   di  they   boarded  the royal  he royal party ar-j,nK into thc many interesting features  ais in front of the 1 ������������������.f fnliL   c,llture-       0n    returning to  grand stand, the civic address to the  Governor-General    was    read  by  His  -Worship���������������������������Mayor-O'Brien: This was  trees were making, but, while an op- j briefly replied to by His Royal Illgh-  timist of almost Utopian proclivities, ���������������������������nc8s- NeiUier the reading of the civic  he did not allow himself to hope that ,a,1(ll'ess nor thc rel)ly colll(1 >>e llCftn1  he would ever gather the real, rir._ncd  nny distance from thc dais, and a- no  delicious    fruit   from  their branches  provision was made for visiting news-  This season    his   attention has been . P^permcn  to   get    in  touch  with thc  directed wholly to superintending the  gathering and shipping of his enormous apple crop, and he did not even  think of his peach trees. One day  last week, one of his men happened to  manuscripts we   cannot give this important part of the proceedings.  This was followed by the presentation of the aldermen of Vernon ?nd  their    wives,    after    which   the Duke  the" station  oar, and amid rousing cheers the  train .pulled _out for-Okanagan -Landing. Here thc royal party boarded  thc s.s. Okanagan and proceeded to  Penticton. A reception was tendered  His Royal Highness there, and on Lhe  following morning the Duke visited  Summerland and Kelowna, and returned to the mainline that night.  pass the   young   peach    trees on the stepped briskly down the steps to in-  hill,  and,  much to his astonishment, |spect the Veterans,    Cadets and Boy  espied two of the most perfect specimens of the fruit on one of the trees.  They were full ripe, and carried the  richest blush���������������������������the kind to make artists weep. The fruit was tenderly  picked    and    carried    to  Mr.   Lawes.  Scouts. His Royal Highness asked  each veteran what service he had seen  ancl occasionally as some reply  brought to his mind some incident in  connection with thc service, His  Highness would stop for a moment's   conversation. While thc in-  After exhibiting them a day or two  the peached were eaten. The flavor 'spection was in progress a beautiful  was too delicious to tell about in bouquet of white roses was daintily  cold type. These are the first rip- presented to thc Princess by a little  ened peaches to be picked in Enderby  ���������������������������hence this story. Some day they  will be so common they will not be  written about���������������������������in this manner. But  the blush and flavor of Enderby-  grown peaches may one day have columns said of them.  girl���������������������������a fairy���������������������������and another was presented to be conveyed to the Duchess  who did not leave the royal car.  After a few words to the Veterans,  the Cadets and Boy Scouts, His  Royal Highness called for cheers to  thc King, after which the school chil-  Householders and license holders  (other than property owners) who desire to vote nt the election of Mayor  and Aldermen in January 'next,  should take note of the fact that in  accordance with the law of the Province it is necessary for them to  register at the City Hall before the  end of the present month. This is  necessary in all cases, notwithstanding that they may have registered  last year.  Secrets will leak out. Mysterious  whisperings are afloat about some  direful things going to happen on the  evening of October 31st. Witches  and ghosts ! Oh, lordie; pull the  kivvers ! Wait and listen for the  summons.  'Ice-making weather is only a month  away, and no meeting of the curling  club yet.  W  fl  1 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, October 10. 1912  ALGER  and  HENTY  A Large selection just received of the most interesting stories by] these  authors.  35c Each; 3 books $1.00  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  oi'-rst. KiuU'ri'.v  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  ENDERBY PRESS  lands of the province, securing manufacturing   industries  for   the   various  I'ul.lishal ovry Thiii-winy at  Rwier.i.y. B.C. ai  towns  of  the  province and  "promot-  *2 txr year. I������������������y tin.-WalNcj-I'n'.pj.M. '    ing    provincial   prosperity    and  pro-  AdvortiMnj.  Kates:   Transient. .-.Ov an inch  lirsl ,     ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-]  ..  insertion. -J.,. each  .-ul^ciincnt insertion.   Con- fe"1-''5'3  '"   ^"tn.  tract advertising, fl an inoh per month. ���������������������������   l.<������������������al iN?'iticp.s:   12t_ a line llr.st insmiim; .Si- a lim  each slili.-ittiiii'iit insertion.  Keadiny N'tieesaiul Locals: )"n- a line.  CENTRALIZING  SCHOOLS  OCTOBER. 10. 1912  7  0  !4;;i5  Wjjjftrn  9!!0  16,07  m  16  i!rj,  ������������������  J9  E N CO U R AC! I NO  A C; 1.1C UI ;T U R B  Mr. A.    Fulton,    who attended  the  'school  trustees'   convention at Kamloops, reports the convention to have  , been the best held in the interior, and  'a meeting that was   well worth any  school trustee's time to attend.   The  | papers and  discussions all tended to  \ show    the   great   improvements that  j have  come about   in educational  af-  j fairs by the general adoption of the  j centralizing      system.    Especially   is  'this true in   the   eastern provinces-  Ontario and, Manitoba���������������������������where the old  system of small,    independent school  districts is now a thing of the past.  Papers were    read   setting forth the  great improvement in the training of  the school children under the centralizing policy now   in vogue.   In some  districts    in    the   eastern  provinces,  where the children   live several miles  the   central schools, the  Bank of Montreal  Established   1S17  Capital, $16,000,000 -. Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 5. "J. M-. Q.  President, R. 3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, Sir Edward Clouston, Bart.  General Manager, H.V.Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW  YORK and  CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from ?1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest .credited  10th  June and 31st December.  tf.NDERBY BRANCH *;' A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  When  the Borden  government came  into office it was felt that a broad  'policy for the betterment uf ngricuJ-  't'.ire in  Canada through  co-operation  with     the     provincial     governments  should be adopted.     Tt was felt thatja^ay from  nothing in this direction could be j practice is in vogue of furnishing a  : properly done until a general survey j conveyance to get the scholars to and  'of the agricultural conditions in Can- | from the central schools.     Where the  ada had been    made.     To make this {new system   has been tried, the par  survey and    to    report on  a general  policy,  C. C.  James, formerly deputy  I, > \ko    N<>.   io  moetiiiK-s    first   minister of agriculture for Ontario, a  'Ct lerb.v  tegular  i'ntii'.vlay <m  or after  the,  f'ltl moon at s p. m. in Odd- ; man of undoubted standing m  tlie ag-  felloWs    Hall.      Vihi,i"K'ric.,itural -world,    and    with  a. deep  A. SUniUI'Tfi  W. M.  In-eUii-en   cordially   inWiwl.  )���������������������������". H.   HAKNBS  Secretary  I. 0.0.F.  and  knowledge  and    experience  which   peculiarly  fits him  for  such  work,   was  'appointed    commissioner.       He is at  'present engaged  on  preparing Iiis  re-  'port,  and    it    will    be  ready  by   the  .. -^ *^5*^   l.ureka l.odjrc No. SO  Meets every Tuesday  evening at ,S o'clock, in I.O. 'opening   Of  parliament  ()   P  hall- Metcalf  block.    Visiting  brothers al-,     _._ ,,f        T , .    ���������������������������  "'   dS. WM. DUNiiAN. N. n.     i   -However, as Mr.  James   report was  ways  Gl-O. BBLLAMY. V. G.  K. R. WHEKLEK. Sec'y.  J. B. OAYI.OK.1. Tresis.  not    ready   last   session,   it  was  de-  'cided to give immediate assistance to  enderby"Iodge'������������������r!������������������!!?l,re 1)y. vot,ns Uleslimof  ents would not think of returning to  the old system of small cross-roads'  schools, much preferring to pay the  extra cost of conveyance to give the  children the better educational facilities provided in the central schools.  PROSPEROUS CANADA  No. :to, K. of I',  Meets every  Monday  evening  in K.of IJ. Hall.    Visitors cordially invited to attend.  g. g.cami'HRLL. c.c.  C. K.ST1.ICKI AND. K.K.S.  T. E. BO I. IE. M.F.  Hall suitable fo ", i:ieer_s. Dxnee. and.all public  i-mei'tainn.ent.s.    For rates, etc., address,     ���������������������������  ���������������������������V. R. IIODIE. Kmierby  The dominion's financial statement  for the past six months, made available the - past - week, shows a total  revenue of $81,378,650, an increase of  no less than $17,309,126 as compared  with    the    corresponding  period  last  f     'year.   The    increase  averages  nearly  $500,000 to   this   cause by  way  of a.' - -       . -  p     >uu     " three millions per month, and is the  grant  to  the  provincial   governments,  s /.        ,     .      ���������������������������,. . (largest on record for any half yoar in  on   a-   population    basis.   The  grant;  .  n.    .      .  -was to  be expended  Ejr  the cause of j  agriculture    according  to  a  plan  approved  by  the    Hen.   Martin   Burrell,  E  PROFESSIONAL  nderi.y"cqttage hospital  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress.  MatVrnily Fees. $20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness. $2.50per day.  en mum Y. B.C.  W. CHAPMAN  Minister of Agriculture. New Brunswick was the first province to fall into line. All. "of the provinces'* have  now signed agreem-ents with the Do- j^  minion government by which thcy  'will receive the subsidy . vote 1 last  'session of parliament. The following  table shows how much ea<:h province  will receive:  Ontario  5*175.733.32  the .history' of the Dominion. The  growth of the imports, with consequent increase in"the customs revenue  accounts for the greater part of the  total gain. For the six months the  customs receipts totalled $50,455,196,  a gain of- $14,170,011 over last year.  Excise revenue totalled $10,182,014, a  gain of about"one and one-third m'il-  lions. Postoflice revenue increased  by $GOO,000.  With the growing revenue there have  also been growing expenditures. The  expenditure  on  consolidated fund ac-  Visits or receives pupils for I'imio. Orjcan. Violin,  .Sinsring and Theory of Music, Kic.  Addreso,  P.O. Box HI, I-Znderhy.  W:  /���������������������������AI.T!-K KOHINSON  Qne!jec   J^'''i!:"?(count  for  the    six    months  totalled  Nova Scotia  '" T^^  J43.931.539,  an  increase  of about $8,-  New Brunswick    2^  000,000,  or   about    23  per cent,  .over  Prince Edward fslar.d     - G,,29.S_ ; ^  firgt hftlf Qf ^ ^ ^ ^^  )    The net debt    of the Dominion at  NOTARY   I'l'BI.lC  CONVEYANCER    '  A -ree ii .nt������������������ of ^ .le.   Deo Is & Mortgages.   Hocu-  m ��������������������������� it) Wit utilised.    Loans Negotiated  Oli--: P iU-iii & Bibirw-Mi.  ne.l  door Fulton's  \h>m. Rndeiby. H. C  ���������������������������G.  WILLIAMS  British Columbia     27,33-1.70  Manitoba     o!'!o������������������'!n;thc end  of   September  was  $313,508,-  SwkAtcheH-an         ' ^     i'^,  a  decrease    of  $3,010,976  during  Alberta ;��������������������������� 2(.,o9-t.9.>tfclic month and   a  dccreasc of ovcr  One of the first steps taken in car- ,.     n ,       ...     ,.  ' :.>10.000,000    as    compared    with    the  rying  out    this   branch  of  the  worK, ,',.,,    ,      ,       on,.   ,    ,  *    *   '                                                     i debt September 30th last vear.  is that of  providing  for thc building i  -  up of the   sheep   industry.   The live j COAL FOR HA 1,1.  _^_gcJ.Oiranch   of   the    Departmmt  of: --   ������������������������������������������������������"-  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  Disc Records  Perforated Music Rolls, from 15c up  For all Player Pianos  Always in stock  Leave vour orderwith us for Edison or Disc Records, if we haven't  what you want in  stock.       See and  hear the Gourlay-Angelus  J. E. CRANE,  Atrrnt also for Church'and I'arlor Organs  Also Kire and Life InHuiance   - *"  Ollice in brick block opp. The Walker Tress.  Enderby Agent  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon .  off his feet lie came here, and now owns one of  finest brick'hotels in the: country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman frbrn Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King-E.dward. In addition-to the ex- .  cellence of ihe meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  . "(Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)' .  King Edward Hotel, h******���������������������������*-  Enderby  D'iriiiiiioii find  I'rovini-iiil Land Surveyor  E.VDHRHV,  H.C  Agriculture   is   sending  into  all  the ;    I am prepare-"! to Sll oi'di-is lbf soft  Deer Park Fruit Land  ,     - ' ,X       E ND E.R B Y >/���������������������������  No Irrigation Required  These lands .are situated on the benches near Enderby. and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are in splen-.  ,lid condition for planting. .���������������������������..__.      _ ���������������������������'  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction to.;  purchasers free of charge, or orchar. 'vill be planted and cared for at;a  moderate charge.        " '' ZZ  1G0 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lot3 ...-. now on the market at ->l<o.  per acre. ���������������������������        - .        **    -  Get in on the first'block and make money on the advance. *    .  Apply .to���������������������������"  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Doer Park Land Office, Enderby..  Get Ready for Winter  Hioll Block  K. H. VV. KEITH,  D  OHii'i- lunir.*:   I''iirfin������������������in, 0 tn Ui:tlil  Afti-rnii'iii. '< In  I  Kvi-i.in^!. filMil to T:;i*������������������  S'indny. I>v ii|i|Miintn)t'Mi  ('���������������������������I-. I'liir und liitii-Kii.S'U,  ������������������<*._������������������_������������������_[������������������.'  P0LIT1GA!  jirovinees   j)iirc-bred    rams  nnd ewes,   coal and hard coal.  which are    to   he   disposed uf In  Lhe! JAMES MOWAT,  Hell Block.  fanners who   will  take care of them, '^     and  lend such assislanco ;ts I hoy  can ���������������������������  towards  bringing    the sheep  of  their  district up to a   higher standard.    A  shipment  of    four    carl mds  of   these  l-:N'l)l-:ii|{Y   pure-bred    animals    came    into    the  Okanagan last "week,"nn"l  ale nowtn*,'  he seen nt the Kair (ire mils at Ver-i  non.   An advertisement  in   this  issue ]  ol the Press    gives the details as to !  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuildings  PNDKRHY   CONSERVATIVE  ^ ASSOCIATION  I. I.. Kl'TI'AN'.'      A. F. C'.KOSSMAN   w]um lhose ���������������������������shw'l) wi" '"' '���������������������������l������������������P������������������������������������*"������������������l of.  An., auction  sale    will   In;  held  on   the  Kair Grounds.    Vernon.  The  President.  Secretary.  on  the "12th j  .  li. will j  give reduced  rates  to  Vernon  on  ccr- '  tilicate plan. '  COXVKNT10N AT  VKHNON  While the Okanagan Valley Apple ^  Show is on at Vernon, October 23-24, j $  a  meeting  of  the  boards of trade  of > |>  I  CHCHOII OK K.Vf.l.AND (St.George) '"���������������������������������������������������������������,  (Saturday).  Sunday Services���������������������������S a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Morning Prayer;  I'Z.IQ p.m.,  Kvening 1'rayer.  KI-:V.  M.  F.  HILTON, Vicar.  I.NDI.RBY  METHODIST  CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  11. a.m. and 7:H0p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  Epworth   League;    Thursday,  8  p.m., the interior is   to be held  there,  the  Prayer Meeting.   A  cordial invitation object being to perfect the plans laid   ^  to everyone to worship with us. 0,lt by the Vancouver Progress Club, ' <*?>  REV.  J. (i. I1ROWN, M.A., Pastor, imd explained to an Enderby audience   |.   ���������������������������  by  Dr.   E.  S.  Rowe,  commissioner of   "y  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH thc  club,    at    a    meeting  held  some , |  St.  Andrews weeks ago.       The    plan   proposed  by  Sunday ���������������������������Services--11  a.m.  and  7:.10 the  Progress    Club,    is    simply,    thc  p.m.;  Y.P.S.C.E.,  Monday,  7:30 p.m. working out of the Chamber of Com-  JiEV.   I).  CAMPBELL,  Pastor, tnerce   idea ' in    connection   with   the       : building up of thc interior of British  ���������������������������-���������������������������.     K1RST  BAPTIST  CHURCH Columbia. Representatives    of all  Sunday     Services-Sunday    school, boards of trade and publicity  bodies  10 a.m.;    regular    service,  3:30-p.m.; ;will  he on   the    membership rolls of  Prayer service,   Wednesday,   7:30  p.m. * tllis new organization,  which has  for  i    Here are   some   specials in  lumber  -while they last :  No. 3 Boards, per thousand ...? -1.00 No. 2 Dimension, " "  No 4 Flooring, Dp. Sdg & Ceil 12.00 j No. 3 Bev. Cednr Siding.  No.~2 i;ath-.:r.r..7.-;r.-.-..-...-r.;.-....-..-.-"2.00 -1x4 No. -1 -& 2- Shiplap   These arc good values,and you will be pleased with them.  12.00  15.00  14.00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying- of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit  Land Hay Land  Town Lot*  Tho I.ivorpool & London & '..Globe Ins. Co" '  The I'hoonix Insurance Co.of London..  L>-i lon-LuiirHhirB.'Fii-e Iiisiir'anc'e'Co;  l.oy:il Iiisui,anceCo.,of Liverpool (LifodcpL  Tlie London & Lnncnyhirc Guarantee .  Accident Co., of Canada.     "    -'       ,    ���������������������������  BELL���������������������������fRtJOGK,'   KNDKRKY-"'- '   '  Applications" received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City, property.  Apply to- '   ���������������������������-.-  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  KKV. 13. C.  STKWART, Pastor. 'its    ol)jocts    the   settlement   of   the ' $M4$<H&$*W&$������������������M������������������frWQQ44rt \  Send in your subscription to the Press  5  I  Ji,  X  ���������������������������I)  I!  V  I  I X  - n I Oj   A I h������������������r  ,4!  1=  hursday, ;October 10, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS^AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  WORLD'S RECORD PACERS  i  a  ���������������������������'&,"J~ *  r -' /���������������������������/  t^OR ^ny :t6exclusive feat-   ;  ; A    ures"  that the custom  tailor ma},; be able to provide,; *:  \ ;you are likely; to^pay^heavilyK' I  ';��������������������������� probab^ the ;  .:'  clothes themselves are wortHl y ~~  h  ..       >-i, -.  --  -V   i ..,< - ,_,.-;��������������������������� t    ,*������������������   .*���������������������������-     .   v-i ��������������������������� ���������������������������      ' '   *? V  ������������������'     i  r ��������������������������� - "- ' . *j t - , *       *- . ������������������������������������������������������       . >i.._ --  t  <. -fc /;,. 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FIT-RITE. clothes^that-L it;. ,:J  ; -:''^isn't'rieasonable' to expect in'garments made *'/ /  //"..by the small custom' tailor. -      ��������������������������� / 7* 'X-*,. ~ Xz; ".--:  v.:- .���������������������������>.; ;;^'   '.^-v^r iv*,"^*"'.': s^, .u^b *. -v ,���������������������������--  V/^-^ - -J- r'." " /','J-r>Vr ,-r'n   .  ?%*"���������������������������';"<. ' --"-j- V'    .V '..>��������������������������� -/ *'*; 5.,-"V_ '-*:ji-  ^T. ^^4.' :W<'-EVANS^&-SQfe;:^-<:'  '"* ~\*     , m* r V a 1 1   /  /    t   "Si  ���������������������������*   J   rt , ^ >-       rW  v;.A :XzXXExclusive''"Ageritsr"EnderbyJ->.".' "'XX-l  Last week we had to report the utter failure of Earl Jr., in his second  Grand Circuit race of the season.   It  was a sore   disappointment to every  Enderbyite who has his eyes on the  fast Enderby pacer, owned by Paddy  Murphy.     After winning six straight  free-for-alls on thc Canadian circuit,  Mr. Murphy took Earl Jr. on to the  Grand Oircuit to meet his old rivals,  Independence Boy, The Eel and Evelyn W.   In his   first race at Detroit,  the stallion won .first money; in the'  second    race,   at   Columbus,  he was'  distanced 'in the  -first heat,  the race  going to Evelyn W.. There was-interest shown   in . his   next race, which  came off at Columbus, O., last Thursday;.    It resulted;in being the world's  record race.    (The Earl won the first  and third  heats 'and Evelyn W.J carried off the',second,  fourth and fifth.'  Following is,the wired report of the  race-      "Evelyn   W., ��������������������������� the    champion,  pacer of the'year, met Earl Jr.', Oct.  3rd,-on the,Columbus track in a race  that brought a. new world's record for  the, fivet"heats./Each of -the contestants did, a mile   in, 2:01^,- the one by  Earl Jr:, being the third of-the lot.  The second, and fourth heats were- in  2  mer  Minor  Haute, in 1909  .."Evelyn W.' was the" favorite:- Last  week-Earl (Jr.,.'started against her,,  and was distanced, .in ,the first heat.  boats became a total loss in the disaster. The petitioners claimed exemption under the statutes of the  United States and the general rule of  the admiralty.       X *  NEW KASLO-SLOCAN RAILWAY  A . despatch   from   Nelson, B. -C,  says that   instructions to commence  for the   construction * of a Fil6 Beat  SEALED TENDERS addressed'to  the undersigned, and endorsed '.'-'Tender for Wharf at Seymour Arm, B.C.'  will be received at this office until 4  p.m.,  on Tuesday,   October 29,-1912,.  immediately on-the-reconstruction on  standard gauge of the Kaslo and Slocan railway line -between -Bear .Lake  Wharf, at    Seymour ��������������������������� Arm; District, of  Cariboo, B. C. _ t **'   '  Plans,    specification    and   form  of  and Whitewater mine,  have-been-re- contract can   be   seen a'nd forms of  ceived by W. P. Ticrney.Hhe railway  tender obtained, at this -Department  contractor..   This sectibn"pf;the*-road'jand at the offices, of C. 0.. Worsfold  is to be,  completed -in 60.days," and'Esq.,, District   Engineer, New West  the  Construct! nn Fhf  thf>   halanw r,t   (-lii'p 'mi-U������������������. '  T> r\      .������������������>.������������������/ ...ill.'      "-^  '  . J ..v  the construction Fbf the balance of the  line ,in to Kaslo v will-be carried on  during the' .winter;' from the Kaslo  end, as large trestles^have .to be re-,  placed by", fills.-, ��������������������������� This is, the first  piece of work - ordered on* this road  since the C. P.'R; purchased it'from  the Great Northern. _ '_ < ' ', \ 'j.  , The total sum invlo'ved in the contract- will '* be between $300,000 and;  $350,000; Mr. Tierriey has >sen~in-:  structed by ;the 6f- P. R." to make"'^  first-class grade,   .with no curves to  A-,'|  i   -��������������������������� if\.-i  i'^yjy  minster.^B.C, JF.-' W. 'Aylrhef, Es'q.,,  District Engineer, .Chase,,,B.C.,^ahd'  on application to the .Postmaster,uat'_  Seymour Arm, B.' C." y\ y. "X-. '*���������������������������<?  '- Persons tendering are notified j-that',. <- , --r  .tenders^will.not be.,considered, unless '//'-\X{p^  made fori* the' printed*���������������������������" forms, supplied;"���������������������������-- ^.j 'Z'^UV  jindi signed with, their.' actual signa-^ ,yXX\  'tures? stating, theirvoccupationsVand-Zj ,J/tM  places of residence.' "? In ttie-''caset'6fj.r "J 'J/&M;  firmg-the actual signature^the nature^v."ttyiC,  of the' occupation,.and-place ofJresiXy7fi'7'%%\  'dence" Of     each'  ."mumheii     /.f .fho, ������������������-.������������������,'-,,'ri"''t>V'.<fltV;l  must, be  ^-Each Vi  exceed   10' degrees.'" "Four   hundred, by ta,n, accepted ;ch*eque-:bn',a. chartered V pii^/.iix'^\  men,, if they* 'can heisecured,0'will"be  hank MVRhlfl   t������������������v-'^" - nrii*;. ������������������* ������������������*Ki^r'-.ftJf._*;l  INDIAN'PAUL A BAD,' MOSES  ��������������������������� "���������������������������'    ' 'l\ i       fi'-at-   vl.      .': i ,Zr\     ,r  ,-r, -   -     ,t     ^ -^   . ��������������������������� r��������������������������� y      .   -^   ��������������������������� .-.^      j  - ,    J      j  - y '^ '_ *^isguised!.as^Taniag-ed;Vlobtchin1[nl,  .Yesterday he navernnade a^break and'ybsfes,'Paul!;\the -;indi_.n>Vtl'awVand  did not,show,himself tiring pWlaftts^^,,.- \o^^seV^ptuVetaead/di  Evelyn W. had * carried, him ���������������������������the'flrst'LnM-**h_������������������.,'t.'^^^'i'.. .��������������������������� "-'..'ii.^i1?-.  at\Cplumb>s'; tp J'jJ, - rS/ifXf7^X/ '7  r.'JVith The^Eer*>arid?Independ'ence*Boy'  on-the Circuit _'for,'air time," it-Uboks  like .easy:>tmo_.eVr^ for.-the^rest *'6f''the<-  ������������������*    ** * 1     f     * *     *     **" *j* *^op(" ������������������/ y *      -l'^r*r I" f" ~&  i~"^   *       "������������������  season; on _sthe, .Grand, Circuit * for _Ea'rl-,  Jr.'and ~ Evelyn^W.>������������������ t������������������e ?pnly'f"fast/  ones;left .of,*-ther free-for-all.; pacers''.',/"'1  *i~-  ���������������������������;: Maundrell & Robinson i  iUXLE-ftlSE.a  AUCTIONEERS  o  A '   v , -    Provincial and City License -,        - -  ���������������������������   Let us put money in your pocket by selling that  T Walter Robinson  * _. r.i������������������-v   which you do not want  Clerk-  A. E. Maundrell  -    - Auctioneer       ���������������������������    -  vBiiiftiri^ Kerosene (Coal Oil)"  !t Outshines Gas or Electricity  FT ERE is an oil-burning lamp which produces a flood of  4"pure, white light���������������������������more brilliant than gas or electricity'  ��������������������������� ���������������������������yet wonderfully mellow and easy on the eyes. It is simple  and safe, clean and noiseless, does not fill the room with obnoxious, unhealthf ul odors. To have a better lighted home, with an  Aladdin Mantle Lamp  will actually cost you nothing.   It will pay (or Itself In the oil It iare������������������.   I am  * the agent fot the Mantle Lamp Company of America and am telling you what I  know to bc absolute facts.    Professor Rogers, of Lewis Institute, Chicago, tnadr  !^m a comparative test of all the leading oil-burning lamps onjhe market���������������������������anl the,   ;��������������������������� --t Aladdin was found to give the best light and lhe mbstecdriomical to" use. But you'  > don't need to accept these strong statements on my word only.   All I ask is the opportunity to prove  them at my owa risk.  I will bc glad to let you ;  ��������������������������� TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You Buy  S I furnish Table, Bracket; Hanging, Wall and Chandelier types of lamps���������������������������in factAladdin Lamps for every,  j purpose. Just drop me a post card and simply say you are interested. * I'llbegladtobringanAladdinLampto'  ] show you and leave in your home to use a night ot two,' entirely without obligation.   Mail the card today..  BERNARD ROSOMAN, Agent,  '  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  The Mantle Lamp Co. of America, Chicago,  Portland,   Dallas,  Waterhury,  Montreal and Winnipeg.  ;. b. "c."rifle men wrin .Jj-I  W|,    , k   -* n. f- --. fr-v*>-r ~  -i ���������������������������-������������������     * c   _ v,���������������������������������������������     _. -������������������ '���������������������������_       '/ '������������������s  -**'"* * -*", *  r fiJ -^   r       ~   ".^  *** '        ~    \f      v **V  The_"riflemen", of' ^Britisn'.Cqlumbia  demonstrated- .beyond,  all ,peradveh-{  ture their'.'superiority   over'.thosV5of  the states' of-Oregon;', Washingtbii^and'  Idaho,' in ' the - international - contest  which    took "place/at the Claca'mas  ranges, ^about   ten.  miles"  southTof"  Portland, Ore.,;last* Friday-and-.Saturday, -says -the' Vancouver, Province'.  When the final shot had been'fired' it  was seen that .the Canadians were 91  points to the goods over"'their nearest  /'"���������������������������^���������������������������rT^f*0/*^^  <��������������������������� '-'.,-���������������������������','.', ���������������������������}'b-   ������������������������������������������������������"-������������������*V-,    /-n..vi -,i^__-_&***-'--'���������������������������"'��������������������������� ���������������������������^*t������������������?<J^������������������  -*���������������������������   .eh"***    Xtf I4.m        ^    __-#iJ^.^*^_^        ������������������.* H    T   .r-I m   *1   ���������������������������   ^    ^TAv   I  Z.   ^.fr^-M-     _r-^.-7._������������������4-M k -J    .   -.*-!_.     ������������������rm  opponents, the Oregon .team, .while  the team from Washington was, 133  points behind, and that from Idaho  163 points. In every department, of  the contest the B. C. nren proved superior to , their opponents, but the  outstanding feature /.was their team  work. From the commencement, of  the match .until the finish 'the team  worked-llkc-a ��������������������������� -machine.-"���������������������������The - team-  was composed of men who had been,  thoroughly tried and tested in this  class of shooting, amUthe experience  which they had gained in provincial  jand dominion matches stood them in  good stead.  X7-/wwm/,  if./ ,     jJSsiy,  Bwby ',��������������������������� /���������������������������'^SsSHgSv'*  &:-jM-A>D.DI.N  TITANIC SETTLEMENTS  ENDERBY HEIGHTS  The ideal site for  ideal  homes for    r~ . -   - - - ��������������������������� -    ideal   citizens ���������������������������  something for the orchardist, the florist, the artist, the lover of the good things  of life���������������������������who makes his dreams come, true. ��������������������������� GEO. R. LAWES, Enderby  ' Hard luck is too often just a blend of  laziness and poor judgment.  DYOLA  Settlements in the Titanic oceanic  disaster will  be small i'n 'comparison  with the claims.   The claims for dam-  ng'es aggregate    over   a million dollars, whereas   the   limit of liability,  for    the   owners    of   the    steamship  which sank   on   April 15th, has been  set at $96,000.   This limit was set by  Justice Hough, of;the,';United States-  district   -court   upon petition  of the  Oceanic Steam  Navigation Company,  Ltd., which"   o"wned    the vessel.   The  company    furnished   a'bond  for the~  amount as    security 'for paying the  claims pro rata.   The'petitioners explained to the    court that the con>'  pany's interest in the vessel was limited to    the   14 Life-boats recovered,  prepaid passage money amounting to  $85,212 and  freightage amounting to  $2,073       Everything    connected   with   <(cerfcificatei) ' Paintcr and Decorator>  the steamer except thc fourteen life-   Box ^ En(jerj)y  Mom^JD  7?u. -sj%& M>m/i6  tf������������������ the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and IJDST HOME  f-JYE, one can buy���������������������������Why you don't even have to  know what KIND of Cloth your Goods arc made  of,.-So MKtjkc* nre Impossible,  / Send for True Color Cml, Story Booklet, and  Booklet kIvIhk rc-iulu of Dyeini; over other colon.  The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,  Montreal, Canada.  and selected by _6ur owh ^buyers 'from  'the richest feeding" grounds ^in Alber,.  ta, an'd   are   killed   and cut strictl;.  FRESH. : r. ���������������������������      ���������������������������    -  We buy first-hand.for spot cash, so  can give you the best price possible.  >���������������������������   ���������������������������*:*���������������������������.!    ... '*  ' -XI  ~^y  G,������������������   |^   ������������������.W*^| ���������������������������������������������,���������������������������_-���������������������������. rJ,*v<iL.ri  .Kt Sharpe;  Enderby, B. C.  R. Chadwick  ��������������������������� REGISTERED PLUMBER  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building     '  Contractor  Is prepared to. furnish straight blocks  veneer blocks, . cement brick, lawn  vases, peer blocks, chimney blocks;  also lime and cement. ���������������������������   .  Leave orders early.  -���������������������������   ���������������������������   '    < Enderby, B,' 0.' '  BLANCHARD &; ENGLISH  Enderby. B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Fint-clasa Cabinet Work and   Picture Fiaminir.  Undsrtakinjr Parlors in connection.  Next to City Hall. '  Photographer James has put out  some very good work since opening /  his studio in' Enderby. He is open  for any order in general ^photography  and.is also prepared to handle the  developing for amateurs on short  notice. THE    PKESS,    ENDERBY,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA  vr. - y.z....j  ������������������ I  V  +a* m **m- o*������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������ ������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������<*  J  1  12s Ber n&r  Sisters  A Mystery Thst Huns About  Them Was Finally  < Solved  By   JEAN   WINTEIi  .���������������������������*.���������������������������������������������������������������.*���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  *���������������������������������������������..���������������������������������������������.������������������..������������������������������������  ..���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������*.������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������- *0  1 lived with rny mother and sister In  nn  jipartincnt   building  and   there  he  rn n������������������������������������ In from business iuy sister tame  into m.v room, closed the door behind  frer acid looked ������������������u me ni a way that  lold me Hho uad some Dad n.ws for  me.  i j "I ha vi? noticed your grnTring* at-  T i tachment for Craco Kfrnnrd." she  I i raid, "and. considering .the mystery  f ; that hangs ovor these girls, i tin ve  i ) Iwn very much  worried.    Some tmie  ��������������������������� , eco   I   overheard   Margaret   violently  ��������������������������� [ raring fJrnco for something. ;mk1 I took  I ; t violent dislike to her for doing so."  ��������������������������� j    "1 overheard that   too." I put In  j !    "Today  I overheard another trouble  ��������������������������� fcetweeu tbe two. * cuiii'J ���������������������������?\uy w:h  snavJUbrt or what was Doing snid. but  lt was enough to convince uie that,  after all,  Margaret   was  right.    This  "Matter:    What's the matter here?"  "Not hi UK."  "Noihing! Are confessed crimes,  taunt ings. threats at murder"���������������������������  I paused. A change was coming over  the faces ot the two girls They looked at each other, then burst out laughing.  "Did you hear?"  "Of course we heard!"  "Wo thowrht we had the sound deadened    Come in ainl we will explain."  And they did explain. They sat as  models for artists who portray ihe passions, .lust previous lo a sitiitm for  any especial pun they were accustom-  ed to worl; themselves up to tool and  consequent ly to look It. They committed to memory scenes in plays and re-  Bf-f.ll    rrs*!3> -f������������������fl-   r-nnnf.1 n   c" .V0l,r t)0rtv riS ,KT-e ns" lK'n*-  il     riil-yii " III-    h'AvS \      "G^rv   ftvcpjng   vhen   I   tool  iUi8 ray w TUijdiLv sou��������������������������� rhniJ .>3twee,, fc,ch mo.  morning   I   overheard   (jrace   making   hearsed tbem to each other. 1 hen went  came aci|Uninted wilh the Hcrnnrd sis- j the  most  appnllini:  conlessiou   to  her   flt once to the sitting with Uip mipres- | p|10].e   of   ti)e   Victoria   Nvarr/a    dis'  . ,. -     .. : ...I      .,.,11    ..p.Sl    ., t    lliu   I   fii.^ur ( '. i'.i ....     k-ppipipuwl     v..     /itppiLPh.iH      l\f ���������������������������        .....  .i. r _      ... . i.   . ... i. i���������������������������    ' ''      " '     *  cn  your noriy as tstge ns-  pens.   /  ok   my  ion tli f u I    io skim a coaling of Insects from t-ha  too.  Arils of every description ahound-  VICTORIA      r.i'yAM/'A      r/j; N7RY   ed". the worst of all  being, the .'.stink  YIELDS  MAMMOJH  REMAINS.     ! !int*'  'l  c,'p������������������t������������������re  "bout three-quarters  i of an inch long, which emitted such a    'dreadful odor, Unit it was impossible  I���������������������������������������������,.-.-���������������������������-.-,r   r-_. !--������������������������������������������������������  i       j   p.- i    ���������������������������    i'. l-o  sleep   if   one   oi   these   things" got  important   iseo oe car   and   Bislocical   ���������������������������   i , c.-i t  1 . - b       . into   vonr   tent.    Still,   insects   wero  Disc-vcries. Have Bc-en Made In ��������������������������� ,u/��������������������������� ���������������������������,y v,o,-st trouble. What oppress-  Equatorial Airica and the Great ed me must and affected me most  Age of the Inland Sea Hns Been,,w"** Uu: ^!:f-'^dful loneliness. I would  n.rn!lo.,  rr, , ,. .    .        ,-     . never ?in there iieain  bv  myself, and  Definite y   Established ���������������������������  Exnlorer   i      .   i i i  ��������������������������� ,\ i -.  ;* .- .       '    r    , 1 would never advis* any oilier ivlute  Not   In   Love  With  <he  Cour.tr/.       man  to  do  At the  beginning  of  last year -the I    '"-  late Mr.  Digby  l-Mgott, one of the.As-j  sistnnt Commissioners of British Kaat |  Africa, while camping on the eastern  so.  TEMPLE  OF   BAALBEK-  ters. who occupied a small suit at the I sister.     Grace  seemed  so  crushed   by   S{0n   fresh.     It   way   these   rehearsals I  covered some fossil remains.    One of  general makeup. Margaret belli}; strong  -iioth physically and mentally: Urace  j_erit!o nml pliable. I supposed at tirst  that they bad a small income on which  they lived. At' any rate, they did not  go out rrjrularly each day. as wonian do  .who work for their living.   Hut rny sis-  as sisterly and was ns encouragiiii, aa  oould   be   expected   to  one   who   had  ���������������������������sunk so deep iu slnime."  }   "For   heaven's   sake!"   I   exclaimed,  horror stricken.    "Did  .vou  learn, the   model's,  nature of fbp crime'/"   . /  "Only this: 1 heard Grace say. moan-  I married .Miss (Jrace Bernard and 'Lower Miocene or Middle Tertiary  (stopped tiie rehearsals. Her sister soon p?riod, a period of time which is some-  after married, and numerous artists times defined by geologist* as beiti*;  were (UsnppoiuieU  at losing   vaiuaoia J somewhere about three million years  ago.  ������������������hev  went to keep some business en- ��������������������������� When   he  to    oe    hi.s   lawful  turned   me   off   I   was  This   Syrian   Shrine   Has   the   Larges.  Quarried  Stones   In  the VVerld., .  Probably tho largest stones ev������������������r used  6een In tJi^ w'est-  **eat temple of l-aai-  tbe problem Is still  methods  used,' tn  conveying tbem from the quarries and  of placing tbem In position/  The quarries from which these blocks  were undoubtedly , cut can be seen  about balf a mile to tbe southwest'ol  the temple.* Tbe three stones lie Dori-  ���������������������������Routally and form "part ot the outer  wall of the building. Tbey nre-nott'on  the lowest part of the masonry, :6ut  The  discovery-excited  considerable,  interest  in   biological  and  geological  ,, , . , .,      i . -.on.ip! m ?n ������������������musin_ iviisiano        i -circles, and the  British  Museum au-  tor; irbo was at home all day. said they    ing ail the while: 'Ou my  life, when l       &e<?JP' ro zn ?mu"."*",',���������������������������_ 1'tir-nties.   .villi' whom   the  fossil   was  went out  irregularly,   usually  remain-    1  went to  live  with  Harry 1 did uot'     -���������������������������"   amusing   story   is   told .ot   au. , der)os;jteij   expressed the otiinion that - _,     -  itttf away from their rooms from two   know that he was-married.    1 believ- ���������������������������:^}nn���������������������������   XVood'  f^"?'16     in,i further investigation's were desirable, j ure ^enty-tbree feet above the "brat-  to three hours at a time.' She believed I ed   mvself   to    oe    his   lawful    wife. ; h10,04,.nB hllow" 'J' th,e .?������������������     ������������������__i;i^"fAccordinglv,   Dr.   Felix " Oswald,' the I row of 8tones*    Each fi,one ls ������������������Ter sl1"'  erection.   Ine wile of    Air. ^peake,   , ^^ ft Nottingham, who '. Vf ������������������������������������et '������������������������������������e. ****** ^eet blCb aud ten  introduced Mr. Wend, at-a reception, . w.��������������������������� ,^ Mn,-ni,MM/, ������������������������������������������������������ ih��������������������������� .fe.,n,.l ��������������������������������������������� - ! feet thick. . .*-,--.'   -  Tbe .-most wonderful block of al  ������������������nni. m��������������������������� lin-.. /    . .   .   ,     ..,   .,     ���������������������������r      , ���������������������������  --,_.���������������������������,    unt������������������ered to undertal;e tbe work dur-  took me up   - /      acquained wit. the   v fe of a mem-   -ng his -leave"* fn���������������������������n professional.du.  1   heard   no  more.  for.   burying my   ber  of  the Russian  Duma ti        Dr. Oswald's offer was accepted?  face In the pillows on my bed. I put "   Mr. McKinnon Wood, being .unable .^ jast,Noveulber he 8tttrled fof tb^  my bauds to my ears to shut out the   lo speak  the  language  of the fclavs. . Qn   Victoi.ia   N      za  ^, tJ  rest of the  horrid   revelation.    Beltv   fflt  somewhat embarrassed,   and  en- ;-disooverv had  been'niade     -      .  quietly  withdrew and  left me to re-   deayored   to   explain    by   signs- and j    ^  ���������������������������;������������������������������������������������������    be  recalled  bere that^Mr.  Ifagement.   but   they  never  mentioned ' sunken  that all   sense of shame  had   tV������������������ 7������������������.Iv'Y������������������vin<V nrZ^  --    " ^  vou* out of me. and  when  Maynard   ������������������ \ZL ,'he wa " aS to Ur him ' L^k ������������������������������������ the Scolop, of Armenia. voU  Where they bad beeu  Soon after we met them ln the apartment house my sister, thinking tbat  tbey must be lonely sitting, by tbem-  selves, asked them to come into our  rooms. Tbey did so, and we w^re delighted   with   them.     Both  seemed  en-  dowej witb tbe same gift, but In differ- I COve.r from the shock alone, knowing   .aj]e*>   hia -HnglUl1   deficienc-v  .__.     ladv.13  The  ent frays.    I'ossesslng a  keen  lenowl- j troui   experience   that   this   was   the  cdue of human "nature, they could be ' best  y������������������-ay  to  comfort, me.    Aud.'.tbis  rerj. entertaining  iu   portraying It Jn ,  elorles taken from their own observa- !  tions of everyday life.   When Margaret  ���������������������������old of some wonian of high degree,  gome tragic episode, some thrilling adventure, she threw herself into her part  us if she were a professional actress"  Grace   was  equally   apt   In   uarrating  ,   ,     ,      ,.      ���������������������������,������������������������������������������������������_:.-    Wgott met his death  while shooting  .       somewhat    to    his    sirpr.e.   hippopotami.onthe lake.   AwoundeU  ���������������������������though    perhaps,  to  his  rd^.  sa.      bippo^iarged the. raft on which'lie  was tbe-^aleof tbat blessed content- f^tf "^HS Krr*^^^  ment which for weeks had beerf steal,: Mrs      AllBtell    Chamber.ain     . Mr,    ^ ������������������^ftd bv ^"oSS. ���������������������������  Ing over me. realizing as 1 did tbat I   Lowther.     quite    inadvertently,    had ,.- a{. fyQrl Morefice*-fir.-Oswald" was  "~ ^         "   -woduwd   .Mx   McKinnon   Wood   to   providfid with a 8chooner-bv Sir Percy  e wrong lady   -   -��������������������������� -     '*    10irouard;   lhe   Governor  'of   British  It is not. perhaps, general;y k noMi   Kagt   Afi,oa)   ...   which   t<)' ���������������������������)ftke*. t|ie  that  the  member for tlie  St.  Rollox  loved and was loved; this the girl to introduced Mr. McKinnon Wood to  whom my , affections had gone out! ' tlie wroiig lady  How could she have been able to bear  those tirst tender words 1 had spoken  to her" Itnowing'what she'was?" Had  she possessed a spark of real purity  she would have winced at being addressed as 1 addressed her. she know-,  journey' to   Karungu,  the  station' on  ��������������������������� Ing  ���������������������������'sail  ~ "OBTTTEVr. YrTl! RKtt'.S'SOM K=A-W-F(fr.=-TItOtT-=  1II.U  Bin'WKICN  TtlOSI. Ulltl.b.'  events concerning girls of her own  kind. Margaret was a Portia. (Jrace a  Juliet.  My  favorite of tbo two sisters  was  Grace     Margaret  was ol a pattern to  be  admired     (Jrace   was   lovable,     ll  occurred to rue that Maruaret was noc  truly a  woman of strength, but of vio-  -leiit-einoiious... Lwus tioi.siii'prisL'd o_n_\  day  t"  hear a storm going on  iu  thu  Kisiers'   rooms.     Tlie   (io.irs   were   all  r hut. and n window of theirs which faced one of ours was huiig with a rug-  it seeilied lo me io prevent sound from  being    heard.    Neverl belies    |    eould  hear  Margaret   I'.eriianl   liiirlln-_:   villi  ]iei*ailou"   upon   her  sis:er   thai   made  my   lilwud  ciicdie      I   was   tempted   to  <:o  in  and  protect   the  poor girl   Irom  Iter   i!ii:i:itu::il   sister's   wrist h.     I   re-  **.ii';iiiie<l uiy.-elf. ami after the souihN  i e.iM-d   I   rejoiced   at   my   foi liearam-e.  for  w iwn In my sound senses 1 would  nevet   think   of   liiierlerim;   in   family  I)i oils.  .N'iiturally the sympathy I felt for  Hie \otmger girl drew me ciuser to  lier. I did nol sec tier till tile next  ci.i". wh"ii I met lier iu the hall con  nei-ting our and their apartments. It  teeti'ed to me dial her lace should  wear a sad i'._pre*<������������������nin. but sin1 slmwed  no trace of the "roiisiing" sin- nad en  said that she was penitent.���������������������������Had.sbe  , .-grieved .for .her., fall   it.. would jhaye  v been   impossible  "for. "her   to ��������������������������� accept  'rwbaf 1   had   said   to. ber   with -thai  modest   look   on   her ��������������������������� face.    Her,.self  control   had   been   marvelous.    Rut  1  have always beard that those deepest  ., dyed   in    iniquity   maintain   eonsuui-  - mate assurance.    , '    ti.   ��������������������������� -  j     What should! do?  Not for the world  '. would I   nieet again the. girl  who had  deceived me.   1 arose from the bed-and  began throwing some clothes iu a suit  . case.    Hot heard uie and.returned.,-She  ''asked uie where l/was going,'and 1 told  her anywhere lhat  would  preyeiit -my  meeting that shameless girl again'; Uet*  tried, io quiet  tne.  but il  was uo'.tuse.  I  was frantic. ' Fortunately l" couldn't  go away that nighr. for I had not decided where io s_o    Bet uiade,me'promise thai  I would not. go "in" the morning  without seeing'her and ie/l uie to myself.   She brought up my dinner to me.,  and    I    managed   io   swallow   a   few '  motiUifuN.     After dinner  i   went  out  and   walked  the  streets  (ill  late.- then  Weill in and to lied  l awoke short I v before daylight with  dia  BriVaiuiica..  Division was originally intended for lh_ [ake whfipe lhe rem|ii . were  the Bar, but instead took up business fonn(, T))e ]ace WH-g rea.c|jed Qn ^  as'a merchant. He-made his-mark veuib���������������������������r]5 of I|igt vear . it:consist,so{  or. the-London County Council, and H mere-hijddle of nalive dweiiings;-  israther ..learned having conl.nbut--witll ,]ot Hsingle white man-nearer  ed several articles to the Encyclopae-  tl;an   Kisli,' some ��������������������������� five  (lays'.journey  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� north.. .".       ' ���������������������������   .'���������������������������**   . -   .." 'i    i   ZJ. .  .]' ..Dv..'-Oswald was'.accomprinied. only  ikiMuiiiA    mi-    ������������������������������������������������������iii r-M     ".", by; three  native's." one"- a'ti -interpreter"  ';���������������������������   .COAXING; THE ���������������������������,IVIULES."-"^J>peaking.tl)e language of .the. Kavirou:  -   -      _" -      ���������������������������-���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������ "-*'-,.,':'do, the peopleof the-dislrict.vand-two  MathodB cf Stage Drivars/ln th# Moun* j natiye  soldiers.    IncidenlaMy, 'he-.'had-  tains' e*' Mexico.'y        . \. j I'learned-oh  his'jotirney. tliat'.'airHhe  - Tbe drlvei-s.wh.7 p���������������������������ot the stagecoach- -Iiub'ishedf ������������������!aPV.ofr:t!,e '""^easterir.  ...     ,.;.���������������������������'       . ��������������������������� ,, - i,     portion  of  the .Victoria  Isvauza werer  es through  the mountains in  Mexico   \  .��������������������������� . ....;.. i.:..-..*..._���������������������������*;*������������������������������������������������������ -yl  bare a way of their own ot coaxing  their mules along the rough roads.  The method Is described by Wallace  (jJillpatrick in"bis book. "Tbe Man Who  Likes Mexico:"   ,  "If you have never ridden on a'Me.x-  lean conch you bav# still a new sensation in store.' 'J'ffe Chapala .'oacli  has a cushion on" top.*aud, it you are  fortunate iu sharing this seat you may  inaccurate,-and it is his'-intention to  prepare a corrected' map. so  soon as'  ; lief'can  find  time.   ,  ".     . - i- "\  Once* lin'shore he" started'work", on'  his wearying and lonesome task.-The'  time of the year was * summer, and  the heat was, terrific,'for the season  was' tlie hottest yet known .in,.that  quarter ' of - lhe world. /To".' a press'  represcntntive he'has described;_the  iabors   and   the  difficulties  attending  still  lies Id " tbe quarries; for, - BomethinB  must have occurred ito stop the wort  of separating it completely from tbn  rock, and the great stone has lain  there for centuries awaiting completion.- This.-ytone; Is seventy feet long,  fourteen fee.: bleb and/'tblrteen feel  ���������������������������wide. . The three sides and part of tbe  fourth "have'been beautifully chiseled  and are smooth and even.���������������������������San Ifra'a*.  Cisco Argonaut. *������������������������������������������������������?.'".!''?  ��������������������������� >*. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� . .������������������l>ll--4ii*    '  -.V--   -  .��������������������������� y/''  f  "\-abby- Wanted a Plece/v   y^  It is liai'd to lliink'of Henry Labon-.  cbere lu ��������������������������� any .'other* occupation Mban  tbat   of ��������������������������� bitting   heads   and,, making  faces.'In a good cause..to be sure,-birt  .tfilrwitb'much gusto and impish" glee.  But we are assured by.-Ai. W.ie; Rus-  .sell   In'J-the- Cornhlll/*Magazirie   that    .  Laboiicbere for a time cherished "that!.'.  -most-bourgeois of ambitious���������������������������a-place* -  In tlie cabinet or In the high diplomatic  service...'. When; .Gladstone   organized:.:  his 'last cabinet, iii ^lS0'2,\T^b"oticbere^/f  confidently - expected -that-his. "valiant .;_  Berylcea to tbefparty^. during sis ;-.vears'..'.  .ot'.Tory{ascenduncy'wo'tild be?re'ward- .-"  i^ed. ^but .before. Gladstone   submitted../������������������������������������������������������  bl9.11.st :of 'ministers��������������������������� to' the queen.;, be   J-  had received a direct "intimntion- that;,  tbe name of.the editor,of Truth-must1  ;  not appear..there., On this point, ber   .'  iiiajesty  "was"^reported ��������������������������� to ;;be- "veryV",;  stiff."    Later Labouc_here..wasran aer  ;  tive candidate for the aWbassadoreblp./  at Wasblngtottv - ..t. ���������������������������������������������.. " " '   ���������������������������'  &zW'-*^x - '  -ii  his   sojourn   in, these   solitudes 'just  ride muy a gusto, seeing the country   B0Uth of ll|e j.:quat0'r.  and   the manner of manipulating un      "The'exa'et* point," said Dr. 'Oswald.  eight mule team at the same "time.    ���������������������������    "where we started our; investigations  - "There are two about ibe size of rat)- . wa.-:. close to Karungu, in what, is ap-  biis in tbe lead, a string of tour in tbe   pnrentl.v   the   delta   of   an   old   river'  nuddle"and. two   larger  ones  on   the  wheel.   The driver has a whip with a  lash'long-enough to reach ('he-leaders.  His assistant has another shorter oue,    but bis cliler persuaders are rocks.  li i^z-nioTi-ol-w.oL-r-iNgl^^  haugiug over ine. Suit ii   was not till (  which  formerly  ran  into, the lake at  tli.-it"  point.     The   heat   was   terrific,.!  Old Time Delicacies.       'r' >'~y.  . Swans nre coining back into favor atr  a disb for the table.   This reversion tu  tbe tastes of our forefathers may lead.'  to'a demand for other delicacies"one* .  held in nlgli esteem,   in tbe thirteenth  century .the heron, the crane.'the crow7-  the cormorant andt "the "bittern   were'  considered   excellent ��������������������������� food.   -Mut   for:  Bii'.l the glare of the sun was blinding, i some undiscovered reason the hare and  ami. unfortunately for ine,.l had for-   the partridge, were despised, and in th������������������.  bouses and ot the nobles neither wan  had rubb'-d f.iy eyes that I remembered what U was. Then the whole thing  rushed upon nn: 1 went down to  breahlasl and dranlc a cup of eolYee. I  knew that it wouldn't do for me to appear at the otiice in my pre.-eut condition of mind, so I telephoned that I  was iinhs'io:,. u and would not go down  gotten   lo  pack   smoked   glasses.     We  had co:isidcM-able good fortune in our   ever .-seen.    Another disb-favored .ny.  =ou r=a iK'estors^wa s=d i 1 legrou t===^i'hl������������������������������������=  must have been a special delicacy, for \  >Vh re i i esf^Ji n iNv-i n g=4o=t h e=l a c-t~th at=  nnd  free insurance against dyspepsia.   \h,-.   ^romnl    on    which    we    laborer!  He alights at the toot ot every hill and   chiefly  was,  as  I   have  said,  an  old i ,.     ..,������������������.., ._..>*-.  tills  his sombrero  with  rocks on  .he   d,il������������������." wc  found the  layers very ,well | ^L'T ^.X^^^^y^^X  He then shies several oowi-   dofmvd indeed.  "Al   the   tup   of   nil   was   a   cliff  of  held bis tenure on the condition or bis  [ presenting tlie l������������������ing every year witb-.u  tbe leaders, and when the who.,  team   b-������������������*!t.  myl  Loloir  ������������������i-t  ���������������������������������������������������������������_, the slop- , dWi  'Vailed dlitegrout.. and it tat .������������������>,  r.in bed    f the delta.   The top of this .added ri.cii it is called nialpigeryum." ���������������������������  ���������������������������L,om1ou Standard.  way up.  ders big enough to di>iwate a hip at  I'hch I sat  down In  library and  took  up tlu-  morning  -bi'I'uiv.iii'leruiinii  tlu  paper, l'.et caui'' tu and, sinriuiiii.' behind rue. Miiiihiiigly pin tn>r anus on  niy shoulders t'iicii she called my al-  lentloii io lhe fact Unit I was holding  the paper upside down. J smiled u  ���������������������������sickly si;nl. and reversed it.  Almtit 11 o'cloek lift came to uie  again with u xt-urvd look on her face  and saul:  "Oh. Ilenry. there's some awful trouble net ween tho-e gii'K I ean hear  them plainly iu iny room Margaret  ha-; heen treat in:: rirai'e r;o badly that  the wiirnf has lurneil. She's desperate.  Margaret is no.-nliiig her, and she will  either go mad or kill her sister or-both.  Is ir. a gallop be swings himselt on to ,>pf| ^ ^ fjn!jnnrv ^ <ioUom  the oox m some miraculous way. I fl|., (){ the (ji;,fil.ic;li ���������������������������;k] j1J]n)(,diaU,!v  thluk be stands otniie hub.    He could   Mlm   ,V<J   (cnlild   t|,e   orr|i,���������������������������iry   \HCUi.  neve: do it 11 Ue-wore.shucs." _'__J'.lrtim_bctls,_tJie J.op one oj.gr'cj^ clay,   .��������������������������� the 4rcond one of red clav aliil"white"  p.eniy -- a  tliH:e  wei'i.1  The Wayside Economist.* ���������������������������  -.."l'll.tt'll,.you what I'll dor sa]d the  brisk woman     "Von go out arid pick  me two or three ipiarls ot blueberries  jn 'and I'll put some of them into a pie  " fresh-water shiill- -- but   ������������������"J<J ',;,l{������������������-' ir for you."  very   few   fos.-ils   of   any j    "l.ttdy." replied Plodding Tete. "Tin  Riiruinione. nnd the third one of buff .  Farni'l'iri"   arid   gr.ivel. '.  "!n   ������������������neh   bed   wo   found  .-he  TRAINED  TURTLES.    '  Triclji*   These   Clumsy   Creatures   May  Be Taught to Perform.  Of all living ereanircs. says a writer   oltici character in the top bod, Ihnusjii   nfrnld yoir don't rend de  paper.     In  In the strand Maira/.iiie. the turtle Is  undoubtedly the i-.low<.\.t in It.-- movement and protiaiily possesses llie least  brain Vet a well known Amerieaii  naturalist lias succeeded In training  three ol the.se cre.alure.- to do a niim-  ber ot little tricks tie j*,laees tbein,  one a hove the other, on spools, and if  wo fmiud a fnir number in lhe se- ,' dese days de producer of raw material  cond. It was in,the thirl heel���������������������������tlie ; an' de ultimate consumer is kickin' Hit  _w.! r-[ the Lower Miocene period��������������������������� j n.in| ()���������������������������t |.t.ouldnt c'ousider a trans-  h-.wev.r. tlmi. <vc Jmd our he.-t DikIs, \wX\nn wt���������������������������.rt, |'rt l)e. both ot 'em at  t:.,oi..g    nnojher    Dinot-henum.    with i mK.tJ..._Wslh���������������������������i���������������������������gton Star.  ,.������������������*,������������������jt'*!. p.iii! also some bone? of  Acera- |    thorii;������������������ii and AnthiHcothcriiim, the an- j ~  ci'.i:v tv]>e of rhinoceros.   These weie Slander. , ,  ������������������i;  .'���������������������������>u'::d  clow  to the  month  of'lhe !    closf'   ih]ne  ������������������������������������r   nff������������������lnst   him   that  a piece or cabbage or other green stuff   Kuji   or   Kuya   Kiver,   but  we   lound j "hnll.opeu his inouth,secretly against  is held out In Iroul ot (bein tney will   other  traces  of  fossils   at  points  five j another.     If   thou   receivest   not   nis  I clo ihinl; you oiigln lo go in there aud    make a complete circuit, all moving in   and   fifteen   miles   dislaitt.   in   what j words  tbey   fly   back  and   wound  fhw  Mop it."     " .' unison, keeping their balance and not   app*n'e(l  to b(; the  same gnlly. i reporter.     If  thon  dost   receive  tlieiu  "My   ureal   trouble   was  the   insect [ mey   ily  forward aud   wound  the  re-  Spriiiiriiig up. I followed Ret to ber lumhiuiy: olf  room and. putting my ear close up 'Hie hip ner turtle will also ring a  agamsi tin- wall where she indicated. I . bell. Tills it gntsps in one ol its fore-  listened Crace was speaking, but I [ <cet. Jerk* it off the ground and then  could  ouly  disimgulsli   what  she  said! gives ll a shake     It Is ������������������iuite amusing  li.'e. >vhi_h abounded to a degree  which 1 had never experienced before,  and did net believe existed. I.very  fi 'in of insect seemed conimi.".n.  Isetse <!*.���������������������������?������������������ abounded, and 1 have seen  d ii red.    Indeed. >he greeieii uie v.'ith a i when she. spoke jn  her hi|;hest pitch j to  watch th^low. deliberate manner   f >, L>  (nidges  coming over  the  lake  in  i-niic.  and  her smiles  were beginning ' Her apparently suhdued nal'.'.n- seemed ' 'll   wliich   this   is   done,     "l'be   lurtles   ������������������.i������������������.������������������h A cloud lhat the face of the ^un  I to   tillVI  j spali-  suv calmly  ...i .-..,  ,i,_, 1...11  i  h,  i     Om. of t!w> rnrlles draws a little cart    rover u  pips  i'i   an   or{i  to go straight to my heart, i could  r.ol refrain Irom teferriu^ to her sis  ter and \i-a>- eiiii^ciniis of a frown pass  ing over my face at tvv ir.ere m* ri..<������������������:i  *���������������������������( her. bul (.'race appeared |i> be un-  fouscio.'.'s <i/ any wrong done her by  -ilargnret and ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������poli������������������? ol bet as usual.  *:','nis I altriluiled to ber forgiving natu.*e  Hut J was soon arte:' destined to re-  feivo  u Kliov-K.    One  evtmiui:  when   i  cei ver.���������������������������-La vater.  Cindftrella Out of Date,  The '!������������������ll. ol' the large foot is the lates*;  craze in Vienna.    A 'Tig Feel" society  has just been formed in that capital by  have   always   lived   iu   their   owuer'r*   was abscured. while the noise of their  I listened t'l 11 "l heard Margaret ��������������������������� house, spending their time in the kltcli-   liumt.-iifg'ds they passed over me was j the Baroness .Moliu. wilh the object of  Tut  down th- weapon*'" en hunting down the vermin. li'"   ������������������������������������  grpiit  sustained   note   on   the | spreading the theory that large feet are  tli"ti I bolted i\,i the hall and In ain.fl..|     One of the turtles draws a little cart   '"^.'; C pipe of an  organ. i not oi/ly healthy, but beauriful.  er niouieiit was rappiug at the ller'.eird ! about the garden, a (ask which he ap-  bister's   door      ih't   followed   me.   and1 piirenily (ii.es  not  resent  in the lea������������������t.  when the door opened she and I stood | <->t eonrse he is never kept harnessed  of the threshold, while the j tor 'iny  length ol   lime.    He .ts quite  tame,  loliows ibe children about ilie  '    Plates and Plates.  Cook��������������������������� They .say. I hat Ibe.plates nr a  ��������������������������� "Flying crickets as large as spar-  rr'*������������������s were common, and each particular form of cricket had a different  noii-e, which he appeared to make a:! . ,   ...    , . ,       ... .  through the night,   in addition.* tliere ., toiHC.to������������������liI|������������������ are nearly a foot tlucrc.  w������������������re*freMt bloodsucking tic\s, ivhic'i, '     kltehim Mn id -Mercy!  Fancy having  ���������������������������What s the mattef/" nskeii both giri-j ! g������������������rdeii and win even ent Irom their   ���������������������������fvr ihey had settled on you in the   \������������������ W,,H,> ^x1'" Unoe time__ ������������������ dayl���������������������������Boa-  ia ������������������  breath I bnger.s. nitlit, you wou'd lind in the iiiorning    ton Tiauscripu  ou one slo������������������  bisters si ood on the ���������������������������other  dde ���������������������������i-<i A I li;c   .  Thursday, October 10, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  PARLIAMENT TO  CONVENE  The announcement that Parliament  is to be summoned for some time in  November means that before long the  REGISTRATION NOTICE  Moving of the  Wheat Crop  Householders   and    license   holders* I  (other than property owners) who de-|     Winnipeg,     Oct.    8���������������������������The    fill)  sire to vote at the election of Mayor * threshing weather   of the past  ! people of   Canada   will   have  before !and     Aldormon     in    January   next, j Week has Caused a big" stir in the  ��������������������������� Vi.���������������������������.��������������������������� *, -...i. ., _....  , ... should take note of the fact that in movement of wheat to the lakes  accordance with the law of the Pro- : from all parts of the West.      Al-  vincc it   is   necessary   for  them to though now nearly  three weeks  register at the  City Haii before the' behind the normal record,  there  end of the   present   month.     This is :1S evei'y evidence of a prompt re-  them the result of the deliberations  j which  took  place    in  London  during  the past summer between rcprcsent-  ! atives of the Canadian and Imperial  governments. The Borden govcrn-  Iment is to announce its naval policy,  ���������������������������and is to make   that announcement,  according to proper constitutional  'practice,  on the floor of Parliament,  in the hearing of the people, through  t their representatives.  j    That the   policy    to  l:,e announced  ; moval of   the  necessary in all cases, notwithstand- ' m������������������vai Ot the grain With very  ing that' they may have registered ! !ittle fearof congestion, acCOl'd-  last year. "'"'  THANKSGIVING DAY  Piping Hot Water Always Ready  for every occasion, with the Kootenay Steel Range,  without "driving" the fire or wasting fuel. The  generous firebox is built so that the water heats very  rapidly as it passes through the water 'front, and  gives a plentiful supply. One bath usually empties  the boiler heated by an ordinary range with the  result that the rest of the family must wait for more  water to heat. Not so with the boiler attached to  the water front of a  OF SHEEP  ${e���������������������������l Jvano^  because-the Kootenay never fails to heat-as much  water as is required and as fast as it is "used.' The  nearest McClary Agent will make clear to you the  reasons why you ought to-own a Kootenay. 56  iwill fully realize the expectations  of ,for general thanksgivin  .those    Canadians    who    believe  that  Canada  as  a   British    nation  should  Ido her part toward British defence on'  'the   seas,    seems   to   be more   than  probable.     It is also to be safely assumed  that in whatever proposal the  government make to Parliament there  ,will  be no'   diminution    of Canadian  -'autonomy and'  no sacrifice of Canada's position  as  n  groat self-governing Dominion within the empire. ,  The Borden government has sought, |  and it is believe'l, has found, a solu- j  j tun of   the    navy    problem which is ;  'at once adequate to the needs of the,'  itime,  consistent    with the increasing!  j dignity    and"   importance of  the Do-j  j minion,  ancl a  worthy recognition  of {>  * the long years of service freely given \  * to' Canada by the mother country in!  ��������������������������� the maintenance   of 'gre.it fleets for  jthe    protection   of   this    as   well as  other portions of the empire.  ing to freight officials in departments of the various railroads.  There are plenty of cars in waiting, ancl the farmers are sending  October 28th   has been proclaimed j their grain so promptly,   both to  'a public holiday,   and  Canada's day ' the platform and to the elevators,  s ,_.,.. ... -      I that there is very little delay in  loading.    Little or nothing has  UNDER   the  Stock Branch  of  Agriculture  London.    Toronto,    Montreal,    Winnipeg,    Vancouver,     St. John, N.B.,  , Hamilton.    Canary  '" ���������������������������-" ���������������������������',; /.SOLE AGENTS FOR ENDERBY" "��������������������������� " -    '  ��������������������������� - " , - ,        ,     ������������������- ���������������������������  -'_..--.- .       .  Limited.,      Enderby; B. C. -   .  ~\i i We CiaiTy ever-vthing for the Sportsman, the Builder, theHome  'Maker, .the Farmer, that can-be purchased in an up-to-date Hard-  -ware;-Implement and Crockery  Store.-   Plumbing and Heating  Systems installed.   Call or write for prices.  Real Estate, Insurance," Etc."  arvey  Post Office Block/Enderby  A large listing River Front Lands in small acreage���������������������������close to town.  - On monthly payment system.     -" ��������������������������� '  20 acres Bench Lands, excellent for fruit; Price, 41,500  14 acres Fruit and Hay Land, with building, for $1,250, on terms  I have the largest listing of fruit and farming lands'to be  had in the Northern,Okanagan. -    Intending buyers would do well  LAID TO REST .'  The funeral-of   the late Mr. Henry  Crane took place on Saturday,'from  the B.    C.    Funeral   parlors to  St:  John's church, where sen ice .was conducted  by.*Rev.   Percival Jen'nis,- assisted  by" Rev.. -Stanley    Ard.     The  committal    rites ��������������������������� were conducted by  Mr.' Ard. ��������������������������� There ..was a large-attendance of friends 'of the deceased, and  many beautiful fibral tributes"covered  the' bier.**. The    honorary" pallbearers  were Messrs/ -W.,  A.  Turner,  A.  H.'  Harman,  Edward Legg,   J".  E.   Cornwall, R.* Jamieson   and W. S. Terry,*  and    "the" "active . hearers    Company  Sergt.-Major  H.     Nesbitt/ Company-  Q.  M. S. T. Ross,  Sergts. R Parker,"  S. R. Bow-den,  W. Kroeger and W.R.  Smith.       All the   active pallbearers  were from No. 1- Company. Fifth Regiment C.  G. A.,   with    which the deceased    was    connected    until illness  caused him to retire a- year or sc) ago.  The remains, were   interred  in Ross  Bay.���������������������������Victoria- Colonist.  auspices   of the : ive  Dominion  Department  and  Dominion   Sreep  Breeders' Association, will be helu as  follows:  VICTORIA,  October 8tlr  At Fair Grounds, 1:30 p.m.  33 pure bred rains and  220 grade ewes.  NEW  WESTMINSTER, .October  10th  At Fair Grounds, 1:30 p. m.  54 -pure bred rariis        " - "     "  350 grade ewes  VERNON, B.O:, October 12th  At Fair Grounds, 1:30 p. m.  41 pure bred rams  408 grade ewes.  - Ewes will be-put up in lots of five.  All sheep sold without reserve.  - Terms cash. '    - -       -  Reduced rates   oyer C.P.R.-;0n certificate plan."        '  ".    ,.   -.''   *"      ���������������������������  '  _For further information write S. F.  TOLMIE, B. C. -representative' Dom in-'  ion--Live-; Stock 1 Commissioner,-- Victoria.-  .'   -"     ' ,.   /     ��������������������������� . :    *     , .   " .  TENDERS  NORTH ENDERBY SCHOOL  =to~cal hutd-se'e~myi is'tft. g~before securmgelsewliere.  AND DRESSMAKING  Mrs. p. Rosoman and Mrs. H. Gildemecstcr beg to announce that in a  few days they will open a Ladies' Tailoring and Dressmaking Parlor in  the building next to J. W. Evans & Son, formerly thc ice cream parlor,  on ClilT street.  Ladies' and Gentlemen's suit pressing and repairing a specialty.  A meeting of the ratepayers of the  North Enderby school district was  held the past week to discuss and get  into shape school ."natters in that dis-  =trict.==ilvri:.-=.Gco.==Eolkard==presented=  thc board with one acre of land on  his ranch near the wagon road, for a  school site, and it was decided to  call for tenders for the removal and  re-arrection of the school on the new  site. Mr. Robt. J. Turner was elected trustee in place of Mr. Gelling,  resigned, and Mr. Wm. Jones was  elected to Jill the vacancy caused_ by  the Withdrawal of Mr. Wm! Anderson,  whose term expires. It is the intention of the   school  "TENDERS'are called for for .the removal of- the North" Enderby School  House and- outbuildings -to .the. new  site pn" Mr. Geo. Polkard's ranch, a  distance- of_ about-2 miles. Contractor to guarantee 10 .per cent of the  contract - price in case of non-fulfill-  .ment of - contract. "Contract to be  completed on or before the .10th of  December, 1912. -   -  Tenders to, be sent in in writing to  the secretary-treasurer, Robt. J. Turner, on or before 12 o'clock noon,  October 19th, 1912. The lowest or  any tender not necessarily accepted.  ���������������������������     ROBT.  J.  TURNER,  Secretary-treasurer.  Enderby, B. C, Oct. 10, 1912.  the school open  holidays.  TENDERS are called for for the  clearing and ploughing of thc i sw  site of North Enderby school, on Mr.  Geo. Folkard's ranch, containing one  acre, more or less.  Contract to be completed on or be-  l?rc._tllvr. 5_-!L9. M0_Y_.n?]>Q.r..1912.   Tenders to be sent in in writing to  _      ^obt.  J.    Turner,    on   or before the  trustees to have|i9tl1 October, .1912  been done in the matter of shipping a part of the crop through  Duluth in order to get it to the  seaboard without delay, but it is  understood' that during the next  week, when the shipping is in  full swing, and-an estimate can"  be made in the different districts  as to the volume to' be moved,  some sort of arrangement will be  made by which Duluth will handle  the surplus of the eastern-bound-  grain.   ���������������������������_  The farmers are working night  and day at the platforms,  and  the break is about even with last  year as to the platform   loading. -  The elevators are pouring _their ."  golden treasure directly.into "the'  cars and tlie' returns so far', this  year show that this method'of  disposing of the crop" is as popular as ever.,        _..-'. ...'   .." ;'  :  Yesterday the three provinces,:  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al- --���������������������������  berta, on.the C. P. Klines,-load- -  ed 597 cars of grain." Last year,,-,'.  on the same day, -384" cars" were .'  loaded, an increase "of.213'"cars:-".  One - hundred ".'.and "fifty-six-'of,'  these cars were loaded !*" by \ the - /  farmers .direct and lastyear only1 "  fifty-six fears' Svere. loaded. :"f rom,"  -the-platform' in- tbe" output ofH_fe%  day.-;.-vIt"is"difficult tostateAvliich;-'  method ��������������������������� is-, the ;;more popular;vas'f  the-districts and roads have ,to'--  be'eonsidere'd in getting the grain J  to the.riearest point of -transpdr-T?  tation;.-   . *;  ���������������������������*., . *,"   .-;   ', -\. i  -' The output of .Manitoba' from'  Sept. 1' "up to - yesterday, "is^ 299" '-  cars, out of which 16Ucars were ;  loadedfrom the elevators.    Last '���������������������������_  year during the-same period T67*  cars,were loaded, 138 from eleva- t  tors and" 29 from the platform. ;  " In'Saskatchewan this year,, up  to Oct. 1, 1755 cars were shipped. -  Last year the total cars for the  same period was 1441. ��������������������������� The fig-"  ures show-all the way through- a   -  busier September-this year than-  last year and; as far as can  be ���������������������������  learned, there is a big improver  ment in the number of bushels   -  marketed up to date compared  with last year.    -    ���������������������������  *>.-  ' -.-I* r  \ yZZ-  - \   "-:,���������������������������**-  I  fy&lal  '-,."'''-* i*-:I  .   J_'r'  Latest improved non-fragile Tungsten Lamps in all sizes for sale by  H. G. Mann, electrical contractor.  Come in and    look   at .our Fit-rite  suits.   J. W. Evans & Son.  after the Christmas  An Opportunity for a  Reliable Man in  Enderby  We have some gilt-edged original prairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO  SERVICE AROUND THE WORLD  The latest rumor concerning the C.  P. R. and its plans for thc future is  given currency in'the Financial Times  which says that the railway plans to  pay ?]00,000,000 for the famous Peninsular & Oriental Steamship Company. There arc nearly fifty-five  fine vessels in the fleet, which maintain a service from Southampton to  the .Orient and -Australia via the  Suez Canal. Thc acquisition of this  line would give the C. P. R. a service completely around the world.  ROBT.   J.   TURNER,  Secretary-treasurer.  Enderby, B. C, Oct. 10, 1912.  Armstrong-  Fall  Exhibition  HUSH !    G-H-O-S-T-S !  ABOUT  Secrets will leak out. Mysterious  whisperings are afloat about some  direful things going to happen on the  evening of October 31st. Witches  and ghosts ! Oh, lordie; pull the  kivvers ! Wait and listen for the  summons.  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My nn- booklet rtewci-iptive of the Mani District is now out.   GET   ONE,  Ghas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard,Mara,B.C.  Wednesday ri3 Thursday  OCT. 16 & 17  Under auspices the Armstrong &  Spallumcheen Agricultural  Society  Prize Lists on  Application  Get your  Entries in early  This year's Exhibition promises to excel all previous  Exhibitions. Come and  participate in the prizes.  F. C. Wolfenden, Sec'y THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, October 10, 1912  Local Ads.  Advertisements iin<ler"this head: 3c a word for  the first insertion: lea word each subsequent insertion.  Annual Meeting of the Enderby  Horticultural Society Plans for Season  FOR SALE���������������������������-Cheap���������������������������on easy terms���������������������������  a number of good second-hand  safes. Write Vancouver Safe Works  Ltd.,   Vancouver,  B.C.. for list.  BULBS���������������������������Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissus  Crocus, Snowdrops, etc., for sale at.  J. W.  Evans & Son's.  HORSE POR SALE���������������������������Large, well-  built, but too old for continuous  hard work. Apply H. P. Cowan,  Enderby.  SWEET CIDER���������������������������40c per gallon; cooking apples, l������������������c pound Geo. R.  Lawes,  Enderby Heights.  WINTER, UNDERWEAR���������������������������At ?2, $2.50  and $3 per suit. J. W. Evans &  Son, Enderby.    -  AFTERNOON TEA���������������������������Is now. being  served daily, except Sunday, at the  Enderby Bakery. Step, in and try  a. cup and light lunch.  KEEP; YOUR, FEET DRY���������������������������The .latest shapes1 in ladies and men's  rubbers, at J." W. Evans & Son's.  " SUNDAY SCHOOL SOCIAL���������������������������In the  basement of Presbyterian .church,  Friday night, Oct. 11. Come and  enjoy the evening.  ANNUAL BAZAAR���������������������������The W. A. of St.  George's church will hold their annual Bazaar on 21st November.  DANCE���������������������������OCT. 16th. ���������������������������The ladies of  the Hospital Auxiliary will give a  dance in Opera House, Wednesday  evening, Oct. ICth. Ladies, 75c,  Gentlemen 75c, including refreshments.  WOMAN'S HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  will serve afternoon tea, Saturday,  Oct. 12, from 3 till G, in building  next to Walker Press. Price, 15c.  Everybody come.  The annual meeting of the Enderby  Horticultural Society was held at the  City Hall  last   Friday evening.   The  report of the secretary-treasurer was  jmost encouraging,  showing the mem-  Ibership to have   grown to 3S, with a  icash  balance   of   .?40   now  on hand.  j    The   following   were elected .on the  | Board of Directors:   Miss Cobb, Miss  JForrster;  Messrs.   G. R.  Lawes,  Graham Rosoman, E. B. Huffman, H. M.  Walker, H. W. Harvey, and Mrs. Salt  The oliicers of the Association will  be named by the Board  of Directors,  in  accordance   with    the   Act    under  which the society is incorporated.  A comnrittee consisting of Messrs.  Lawes, Campbell ancl Walker was appointed to bring the constitution and  by-laws of the society into conformity with the provincial Act, and to  learn from the Department of Agriculture if the society is to be granted  assistance from the Department in  the matter of prize money for its annual exhibitions.  The   society   decided to adopt the  plan  of    specializing,    ancl  to  try to  make the thought of the society and  jits  members concentrate each season  ! upon    one    particular   line    of  plant  life,  and    to   encourage  in  a general  way the   growing   of that particular  variety of   flower.     It should be explained that it is not the purpose of  the society to   disregard other varieties, or to   discourage anyone whose  hobby may be along other lines, but  ; rather to   place   all   members on an  equal footing in  the leading contests  of the season.   This year the society  will direct its efforts in the direction  of getting   the    basic   gardens  laid,  ancl  will urge   its   members and the  i public generally' to go into perennials  |and to make this the perennial year.  The prizes in the annual flower show  will be made to offer the greatest inducements for perennial growing, and  will taper off for other, flowers. Next  o  year it may be annuals, or roses, or  some other particular Variety. In  ''this way it is hoped to inaugurate a  ;more systematic development of flora  culture among its members.  Mr.   Huffman  was   commissioned at  the last meeting of the society to  'draft a prize list   for the next show.  i *  jHe submitted the following draft,  ! which was accepted and laid on the  ���������������������������table until the report of the'sp.oial  j committee on thc matter of regulations, etc.  1. Best collection of roses.  2. Six named roses, two of each!  3. Four varieties carnations, 2 ech  A.   Basket cut garden  flowers.  5. Best collection  of lilies.  G. Best  collection  perennials.  ��������������������������� 7. Best collection  annuals.  , 8. Best collection begonias.  9. Twelve zennias, assarted bloom.  10. Collection stalks & verbenias.  11. Best six asters.  12. Eight named sweet peas, 6 cch.  13. Four  var.  pansies,  4 each.  _J_1.._ Three_vai_._'dahlias,_ 3 each.  Exhibition  Association and the Provincial Government. :     '  There are two classes of hens engaged in the contest. In class one  arc White, Buff and Brown Leghorns  and Anconas. In class two are  Rhode Island Reds, White, Buff, Partridge, Columbian, Silver Pencilled  and Silver Laced Wyandottes, Barred  and Buff Plymouth Rocks and Buff  Orpingtons.  Class one, comprising the lighter  birds, have averaged higher than the  heavier birds in class two. Up to  to the end of the eleventh month of  the contest, the best pen in class one  had laid 920 eggs, and the best pen  in class two 782 eggs.  Por a time during the contest the  hens were disturbed by blasting operations in the vicinity of Hastings  Park, where the contest pens are locate. Last month' there was little  trouble from this source and better  laying records were made.  These are all the more creditable  owing to the fact that most of the  pens have been in various stages of  moulting during the month. In class  one 16 out of the 23 pens were moulting. Still in this class one pen layed  118 eggs, another 111 and another  109. This was the work of five birds  in 30 days. In class two the high-  scoring pen dropped 95 eggs ancl the  next best 90. While the largest number of moulters is in class one, class  two has the most broodies.  Much of the interest in this con^st  has been chilled by the fact that no  one but the officials in charge knows  where the pens are from. In the  next contest it is proposed that the  names and addresses of the owners of  contesting pens will be made pii'lic.  POINTS ON ROSE-GROWING  Rose beds should contain at least  two feet of good soil, made up of well  rotted manure, leaf mold and sand,  with ashes or, better still, pulverized  ! charcoal for red ancl- pink roses, as it  gives better color. --  For mildew, dust' with sulphur, ancl  be sure to reach the underside of leaf.  This is best done when' the dew is on.  - Give - some fertilizer every year,  chemical- or barnyard.  FOR RENT���������������������������Dwelling on Knight St.,  three upstair bedrooms; electric  light and water. Apply, James  Mowat, Bell  Block.  FOR SALE���������������������������At $1.75 per cord; sixty  cords dry fir wood, 55-inchcs long.  Cut green   last    winter;    Al   wood;  ....Should retail, at $2. per.tier,. or..$G  per cord. $105 cash takes the bunch  ���������������������������NOW. Apply B. Rosoman, Grindrod.  Listen!  We are fond of our Iamb. He is our  trade mark. We sell /ILL-WOOL clothes.  Remember this each time you see our lamb.  Our Clothing is modeled by artists-not  b\ imitators; it is made by tailors--not  by unskilled labor. Fine, _4LL-W00L  materials are used in making our suits and  overcoats, and they are not sp oilcdby  careless "sweatshop" labor.  We charge $SL0 for a twenty dollar  suit and give you only one hundred cents  for your dollar. What's the use of lying  about it ?   Slater Shoes for Men  Empress   "   " Ladies  Enderby Trading Co., Ltd.  - IX  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  WONT GET DULL  FOR  YEARS  Daily trains both  ways from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  For Sale by  THE ENDERBY TRADING  South     -  bound  read down  10.15  (Lv)  10.48  11.03  11.18  11.45  12.03  12.30  12.45 (Ar)  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.*  Vancouver  STATIONS  sicamous  Jet  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby"  Armstrong  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  North  bound  read up  (Ar)  17.30  16.45  16.29  16.14  15.45  15.25  15.00  (Lv) 14.45  JNO.BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  OF    CANADA  Paid-up Capital, Rest CO f Cf 07fl  and Undivided Profits vO,*0* >tM II  Total Assets (Over)    $589000f000  Mega-  phone  Methods  15. Bunch  wild 'flowers.  1G. Best double geranium.  17. Best single geranium.  18. Best collection house plants.  19. Best fuchsia.  20. Best collection gladiolas.  |    21. Best grown fern.  ! Children  j    22. Best collection cut flowers.  "23," Best" biinch" sweet peas".  2-1. Three var. pansies, 6 of each.  2f>. Best potted phuit.  Vegetables  2G. Six  early  potatoes.  27. Six early carrots.  2S. Six early onions.  2!), Four ears sweet corn.  30. Two bunches celery.  31. Two heads cabbage.  32. Twelve beans in  pod.  315. Twelve peas in pod.  34. Squash or vegetable marrow.  35. Collection  of vegetables.  30. Table decoration.  The society will meet to hear thc  report of thc special committee on  Friday evening,  Nov.  1st.  If you had a voice like thunder,  with a Mogaphcne attachment you  could not reach as many people as  ycu can through our want ads.  You have not got the voice but  our paper Is at your service all the  year around.  CopjniiUMlt-Ctfc-f B  W   H-Ctrtj-  If  ENDERBY FLOUR  MOFFET'S BEST  Made strictly "from" Saskatchewan "and-Alter ta" wheat; Th "the  ONLY MILL in the Okanagan. The PIONEER mill of British  Columbia, and now one of the MOST COMPLETE milling systems in Canada. Try this flour and you'll find it will produce a  grenl volume of good, wholesome, NUTRITIOUS bread. You  will find the color WHITER than any other flour on the market  ���������������������������this means that it is CLEANER than any other flour on the  market.  WHY NOT USE YOUR HOME FLOUR ?  We both lose money if you don't.    For sale by all good grocers  or at our mill.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO.Limited  I  I.GG-LAYI1VG CONTEST CLOSING  In a few days thc only contest of  its kind ever held in British Columbia  will have reached a conclusion, and a  struggle that has lasted a year will  be over.  It is the egg-laying contest, which  has been conducted at Vancouver under the joint auspices of the B. C.  Poultry    Association,   thc   Vancouver  If you want the news of  the Enderby District and  to keep posted on its devel-  '_- ��������������������������� *--A ���������������������������-14-' you will find it to your advantage to  OpiilCill, subscribe to 75heENDERBY PRESS  Write for sample copy.  A Growing Balance  in a Savings Bank Account is one  of the strongest incentives to  further saving. It is a source of  genuine satisfaction, and gives a  comfortable feeling of security  from financial troubles.  T] f "yWlfaWu"' t=a=Savi-fgs=Bank==  Account already, now is the time  to start one.    Come in and do it.  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  LONDON, ENG., BRANCH,  51 Threadneedle St., E.C.  F. W. ASHE, ��������������������������� . Manager.  U. M. C. HART SMITH,  Assistant Mgr.  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  We represent S.C.Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  B. BRUNDISH  Enderby, B. C.  Bricks, Lime, Hard Wall  Plaster and Cement  Estimates furnished on all kinds  of Cement, Brick and Plaster  Work.  1


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