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 Enderby, B.C.f September 25, 1913  AND      W A L,K ER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 6; No. 30; Whole No. 290  Locals of Home Events of Interest  Near Home and Far Away  Mr. W. D. 0. Christie left for Victoria on Monday.  Mr.,and Mrs. Sidney Speers left on  Tuesday evening for Victoria.  Rev. and Mrs. M. F. Hilton are enjoying a visit to California points.  Mr. F. S. Stevens and daughter,  Miss Mabel, are visiting in Seattle.  "The Versatiles" at the Opera  House, next Monday evening, (Sept.  29th.  Mr. F. Pyman , left on Monday for  the coast) where he will spend a few  days. *   - y ' '  ��������������������������� Mr. Robert Bailey is visiting his  sons and daughters in Vancouver and  Victoria.- ., -  -Missf -Maber Stevens will give an  At' Home" dance/ on. the-evening of  October" 1st.". , --    ,    >:  ,  Mrs: Geo.- R.. Sharpe left    for Se-  Rev. J. A. Dow and family arrived  on Monday from Chase. Mr.-Dow  will take the pastorate of th������������������ Presbyterian Church. They are residing  in the brick residence on George  street, recently occupied by Rev. Mr.  Campbell.  City Clerk Graham Rosoman left  on Friday for. Victoria.' - It is Mr.  Rosoman's first trip, to-the/coast* in  ten years-^in fact,' his first vacation  in all that time,'- a'ndf he,will remain  away until the lsty.of;, October, '.the  Oity Clerk's office-rin/'the -meantime  being closed.    .^Jz AAA-7:ja.   iAZ'A  The ' Okanagan Sawmills company-  started the eleven-hour^ shifts-again  this week. - The outlook for lumber  business" in the Northwest"has* im-.  proved -' greatly, and ������������������ the Manager  Stevens,is preparing to have,the mill  raitl'e^orfSaturday.Vwhere her brother yards.full for/, the- earlyispring rush  -is" seriously, ill'.'' --". -  '/'���������������������������-.-��������������������������� ���������������������������"/ "-'--'���������������������������  ���������������������������Mrs:,    Robert    sForster,\   Denovan  ; "Ranch,���������������������������will be' At Home on Wednes-  - day,-October 1st.,,,';;   --.,-,      .   ,'  B6rn-rAt: - the -~~ Cottage .V, Hospital,  ���������������������������" Sept.',23, 1913, ;Jto "Mr.- and Mrsi' C:L  ''-Vi? Bovett, a daughter.,   ... ��������������������������� _"i''~  "'    Mr. and Mrs:-A. Sutcliffe,;" Mrs. and  Miss Cobb, left, on Friday to take_in  the Victoria exhibition.-"-'--  '   Mrs. R. ��������������������������� C. 'Carson    and   .children  left <oh "av visit to^'New Brunswick the  -past week, to be absent some" weeks.  Mr. A._F.( Ven'ables of Vernon, died  suddenly last Thursday afternoon, of  " heart   failure,   being    ill"  only    five  - hours.   ' - "  r.- ' "       -  & Mrs.'  Barber,   of  ' Swift" Current,  Sask'.,- who has been visiting her sis-  - ter,' Mrs. Carleton,    left for home on  Friday. " " .    .        '  "    A" meeting of the   Ladies'. Hospital  Auxiliary will be held at the home of  _Mrs._Jas._Mofwat,_Thursday afternoon  who has  in Enderby the  to  October 2nd.  Mrs. Bradley,   of   Chase,  been visiting friends  past-week  or ten days,  returned  her home on Sunday.  The Misses" Lawson, who have been  visiting Mrs. R. J. Coltart the past  two weeks, left for their home in  Vancouver on  Saturday. r A  Mayor-Ruttan- returned"1 from-Fort  Fraser on Sunday evening, being on  the road nine days. He left Tuesday evening for the coast on important business.  We are just a little bit proud of the  Walker Press block���������������������������not of the-block  itself, but of the fact that it is all  the product of local workmen and  local institutions. -  Dr. Crawford is contemplating closing his office in Enderby for the winter. Those wishing to secure his services would do well to see him during the next week.  The -Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian  Church gave a public reception to  Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Dow, in the basement of the church last evening. It  was a'most enjoyable affair to all,  Eddie Thompson was handling a .22  rifle a few. days ago when it was accidentally discharged, the bullet entering the fleshy ( part of the leg  above the knee and coming out without doing any damage other than a  slight flesh wound.  Earl Jr. is only a horse, but he is  doing big things in placing Enderby  on the map. He has added two  more races to his credit on the New  England Circuit, and incidentally put  a few more thousand into the pocket  of his owner, Mr. P. H. Murphy.  orders^  Mrs. >FV' S." Stevens returned" on  Friday "from, the east:- Mrs.^Stevens  spent the "past,/four months visiting  in-the ������������������������������������������������������ southern', states,' and-speaks  in'glowing terms of "the-pleasures "of  her. trip, \ but', is /" delighted to share  the- enjoyment. of-, the " fall days in  Enderby., .-      ���������������������������_, - '    t \;  The Prairie provinces"-never have  had a.heavier wheat yield, and ideal  weather conditions have prevailed.for  the harvesting - of the crops. "It is  prophesied' by those who are in a,position-to know .-that j the opening" of  "spring will see, the_ -greatest activity  in all the Prairie towns.  ��������������������������� s-Any voter whose name is- not on  the- Provincial -Voters! List may have  it placed. there by applying in - the  regular way on or before the% 6th, of  October, 1913. " Blanks, etc., will be  supplied on y application at' the Press  office, or of t any, postmaster, magis-  trate^or^-registrar^for���������������������������taking.=affi-  davits. "  At a meeting of the-City Council  last Wednesday evening, a communication was read from the Militia De  partment stating that the' lot given  by Mr. Barnes as a drill hall site  was too small and asking the city to  procure a larger plot of$ ground. The  city_ is__now_jinlicommunicationf;jvith  the Department in the matter.  Rally Sunday will' be observed in  the Methodist Church. Morning  children's service at 11 o'clock, when  address will be-giVen to. the boys and  girls on ."The Golden Rule." A children's choir will assist in the music.  Tn tho afternoon at'2.30 the Annuo)  Sunday School rally will bc held.  The service, "Our Sunday School  Family," will be rendered. All the  parents are invited with the scholars.  Regular evening service at 7.30.-  W. J. Woods was granted permission by the City Council last week  to place two cement tie posts on the  sidewalk in front of his store. The  'tie posts are eighteen-inches square  at the base and s'tand two' or three  feet, with tie ring on top. Tt seems  that the city goes from one extreme  to another. The regulation iron tie  posts were ordered ofl of Cliff street  by the old Oity Council, and now we  get tie posts eighteen inches square  set upon the*sidewalk.  OKANAGAN  SUNDRIED   APRICOTS  At last- the solution of the fruit  problem in the Okanagan Valley is in  sight. It has always been a source  of amazement to anyone coming to  the Valley from California, that the  Okanagan fruit men would stand by  and see their peaches and apricots  rot in their orchards, for lack of  ready market. -They seem to have  been carried away with the idea that  there was but one way of disposing  of their product', and that by the  crate ,as ripe fresh fruit. We have  seen very large peach and apricot  orchards in California from which  there is not a pound of fresh fruit  put upon the market. An army of  pickers-gather'it, another small company of women and girls pit it, and  place it. upon trays.j: , These are carried out to the drying fields, and one  will see acres .of-tray fruit thus, being  sundried. --The process is very, simple  and ,the-revenue-fromijthe"dried fruit  is'almost as large .as./from-the fresh  fruit',~-:and,- -the ', grower"Jtakes" ,no  chances of loss from' bad shipments  or getting -upon' -. a - glutted'-market.*  Every pound of, fruit .packed"is sun-  dried, and'there is nc waste.  rhe first attempt at sundrying" in-  the Okanagan was made, the past  few weeks at Naramata, by. Assistant  r- Jt  Fruit, Inspector W. H. Lyne,-,who has  demonstrated ^.that it, is - possible to  make sundried-apricots,here equal to  the best- dried -:fruit -imported from  California. ���������������������������'-" The' 'results"-of " Mr;  Lyoe's. experiments will greatly,assist*, the fruit, growers who have in  the past - frequently '. suffered - losses  through - fruit ripening too fast;, for  successful marketing. ,".'-'     _.    -  Postmaster Harvey Succumbs to  Heart Failure After Brief Illness  WILL' HAVE PHONES "TAKEN OUT  ' The businessmen of: Enderby have  taken a determined stand against the  policy. adopted " recently ' by the tele-  Men's homespun pants. Can't wear  out. Guaranteed by Houston. Dill  Bros.  Men who appreciate a good fit and  quality in .material, wear Hobberlin  clothes.     Dill Bros., agents.  phone company. Beginning with the  lst of August, the company reduced  the daily service, and at the same  time raised the rate to $4 per month  if not paid on or before tha 15th of  the month. In other words, the  company placed a penalty of ?1 per  month for 15 days of service not yet  rendered. It will be understood, of  course-that-all- phone- rents-are -payable in advance. If so paid, thc  rate was to be $3, if not so paid it  was to be $4. At the same time thc  city charter under which thc company is doing business in Enderby  provides that the company shall not  charge more than $3.  A month ago thc businessmen jointly notified the company that unless  the old ' hours of service could be  maintained and the rental provided  in the city charter adhered to, the  company could discontinue their  service on the lst of October. The  telephone company has made no answer to the communication, and it  is quite probable most-of the business  phones will be out of commission on  and after October lstt  It is claimed by the company as a  reason,/for their adopting their new  policy, that th'e 'phone business in  Enderby does not warrant the service heretofore given. On the other  hand, it will be clearly seen that the  company has adopted a peculiar way  of getting more business in Enderby.  Arc the 'phone subscribers responsible for the lack of business ? Are  they supposed to get out and drum  up more   business   for the company?  Men's heavy wool work shirts. Dill  Bros.  . It was a shock to the commuaity-  to learn last Friday morning that  Postmaster Harvey had died during  the night, although it was generally  known for more than a week that  the end was to ' be expected at any  moment. Mr. Harvey had not been  in the best,of condition for the past  year, but his forceful nature would  not be quieted. ��������������������������� Some.weeks ago Mr.  Harvey and family spent-.a. week or  ten days camping,' on-Mabel Lake,  and on one of his. daily 'fishing trips  Mr. Harvey followed "the fly. "too far  into a,difficult pass,' and when it was  too' late, discovered^ that he was-a  long way from Jcamp, .and-had to  cover a- lot- -of difficult-ground_ to  get there.'" Thcexertion "���������������������������jwas'-fto'o  strenuous, "and" his't heart was>seriously affected..'.They-came home a'^day  ,or. two" latere "and"-from<,that-time"un-  til his death, =-Mr. Harvey."gradually]  became weaker:" = Not; up' to .the -last,'  however, did,"he- - give up. ���������������������������'-- The Evening, before :his- "death"he wished" to  come" - to - the office "on-.busiriess. "V I'  , The-.-funeral-.service * was'^held"-fon  Monday afternoon"! from St.'"George's"  church,".-under -the "auspices/-of;-.the  local , Masonic- lodge.-" -* The"*'church  was packed, -.and in the yard about  the .doorway were-grouped; many old-  time-friends. "There were men from  most, of , the ^Valley" towns who in  the early years of business" life' in  Enderby -were pioneer friends of the  deceased, ^and the'floral tributes under which ���������������������������. the" *. casket - was virtually  buried,-- were - magnificent) and came  from%all'quarters.."    .  >-5" ;    v -.-/  At,,the- cemetery, Grand Chaplain  Mr.' Chas. Becker,-* of Armstrong,  read the Masonic funeral service, and  Mr.. Fortune added his'word "of tribute to the departed.- - * - -  ���������������������������Revf*^fr=^King=fOfficiated=iat^the  church, assisted by Mr. Silk. The  following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: Mayor Ruttan, F." H.  Barnes, Dr. Keith, A." E. Taylor, A.  Reeves, Jas. Mowat.  Mr. H. W. Harvey" was of strong  English parentage, though much ,of  his life was spent in Canada. He  came to-.Enderby in-j 1900- to take  ling Okanagan fruit, and the carelessness shown j by the railways and shippers," he' said.  >went  'As I  tracks  f  this  over the general mercantile business  then established by Mr. Oliver Harvey. The postmastership was taken  over with thc mercantile business,  and since that date Mr. Harvey has  been at the head of thc postoffice,  with Miss M. Mowat his able assistant in recent years.  It is understood that Mrs. Harvey  has made, or will make, application  for the office to succeed her deceased  husband, in which case Miss Mowat  will undoubtedly be retained, and  there will be no change in the generally satisfactory running of the  postoffice.  Mr. Oliver Harvey, of Vancouver,  is remaining in Enderby a few days  to assist in closing up the affairs of  his deceased brother. Mrs. H. W-.  Harvey was named as sole- executrix  of the estate. *  along   the    C. P. R.  /mio   morning, I came.across -  two cars loaded with beautiful plums  and prunes from the Okanagan.   The-.  fruit was "beautiful fruit, -j but it had- ..  been shipped" in , on.two pi the dirt-     ;  iest and most', disreputable stock cars   /  I have ever seen in Vancouver.  "On the same   track I saw several"  cars ~which  .had    come in with fruit  from Washington.-.,7 They were of",-the':;  yery best type   of- refrigerator- cars,;- "  clean-and '. well    appointedr-% It was ":  . - ..   y -      ' ,      - *>  most   apparent    to J any-fairminded  w  mah" that..something -is wrong inal-;/  lowing fruit to be 'shipped; in" from ���������������������������':'  the .Okanagan ^in._.that' /way."/ ItjUs A'7-  the'first time'in- my life't*hat.l haveV:^"  seenv* prunes, /and >.plums*- shipped- in&/$'i&iJ������������������ffi%M  stock" carsr' Surely ^here* are';lqts\*qf JjAPaPTMo,  refrigerator?1cars-.;available,."as they,c j-P -/^-^  are.not/used.to" ship ' wheat.' \- It ^is 7vjy-AfzJ7i  idle I to "say ''that' "-the"-'congestion': oX-'AXAJ/yAll  cars*-in\the.';'Northwest "is-causing-"'a'yy/^^AX/  shortage'-of ;, refrigerator, cars; and, - ZAA/Z-AX'ir  that they "cannot be spared to handle] y'V/Z'fXy  fruit,"-which:should' have"the'advantrt:>'AX7/^.  age of-decentrtransportation. - -It/is .';'/'Ail/H/'i  an unpleasant duty,Ho. me to"reflectyi\ -;-' --fyi  on" our own , people, but "something yy_A'\' '-'���������������������������-?  must bejdqne;,to prevent" the-fruit.in- ,~.  diistry'r/from receiving.- such "treat"-":.;-  me'nt.^.'.^:- / ''\. 'f,-,  '      ...--'V.-'S  -r-rt   _, I  -r--r-.t I  r ?yiz< I  -./, FINE/ATTRACTIONS COMING-  GOOD-RJ5ASON FOR ANGER  Fruit Inspector Thomas*. Cunningham was a very angry man, according to the Vancouver Province, when  he reached his office a few mornings  ago. On his way he had called at  the fruit inspection depot.  "I am more angry than I can express at the unfair methods .of hand-  :;rThe'\managers _of \the "local Ope~r.i~;!  House have- secured two of- the bc^t"1.-  attractions .- ever   brought- i-j to'T :he"  Valley.,'    The   Versatiles "are to pl&y;  here next Monday "evening, "Scpti 2-Jth  and" the. Pollards will come later.   Tt  is seldom a !small   town has t!;e cpf;.  portunity__of=seei n g-an y.th ing-prt-g.y.ri.1*  as" either   of   these   companies, find-  Enderby theatre-goers are to le congratulated.    -  - D. Stuart-Whyte's English company  "'The Versatiles', played _ one engage- -  ment hero about' a year ago, and it  was said at the time by those having  the pleasure,of seeing them that tbey  put on tfiei-.tJIevcrest performance ever .,  seen-here/"  ,p.J v(���������������������������1 Wl^td**.  ~They~~lippear "again" iii^a  musical comedy that has been the Lit  of the seAson, entitled "Up the River'  with its scenes laid on board a house-,  boat, liie company carry an elaborate stage equipment this season,  and the changes of costume are many-  and beautiful.   -,  BIG SHIPMENT OF POTATOES  The Armstrong Growers' Association made a large shipment of potatoes on Saturday to Messrs...Foley  Welch & Stewart, G. T. P. railway  contractors. The shipment, says the  Advertiser, made up a part of a to- -.  tai consignment of 20 cars sent out  the same day by the Okanagan United Growers, Ltd., and were sent via  Edmonton to the winter supply bases  of Foley, Welch & Stewart on the  western end of construction in northern British Columbia of the G. T..  P. R. The price was $17 per ton f.  o. b. Armstrong.  Afternoon tea and evening tea will  bo served at Joe's. When down  town take advantage of it in his  cosy tea parlor.  When   we   measure   you   for a suit  you can depend on the fit. Dill Bros. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,'September 25, 1913  other new move   on   the part of the  Government :is the expenditure of $1,-  000,000 a year   for    ten   years' to be  distributed   among   the  various Provinces.,   for     agricultural   education.  There    seems   little   doubt that this  plan     will    have   a   most   beneficial  effect.       As   it    has   only just been  commenced, it is as yet impossible to  judge what   the   results will be, but  it is safe to infer that one effect will  be the    arousing   of   a more general  public interest in agricultural affairs.  Mr. Burrell very quickly grasped the  great importance    of the department  he administers,    and has already accomplished many useful results.     His  efficiency  is    widely    recognized,   and  the   Victoria   Colonist   thinks   he is  one  of    Mr.    Borden's   most capable  Ministers.  Plows,   Wagons,  Buggies,  and Harrows  VOTERS,  REGISTER !  The    next   Provincial Court of Revision of    the   Voters'   List   will be  held on October   6th, 1913.     All voters whose   names    are   not now on  tke votersj list should at once make  application before some registrar for  taking affidavits,   Stipendiary magistrate,   or    postmaster.       The proper  forms may be had at the office of th,?  Enderby Press,    where the statutory  declaration may also be made, or'the  same may be had   on application at  the City   Hall   or   postoffice.       Get  your name on the list !  Having taken over part of the Pol-  son implement stock, we are prepared:  to supply your, wants in Plows, Waggons, Buggies and'Harrows, to your  entire satisfaction. We are showing  a complete ..line of if,winter heating  stoves,- also steel ranges. Plumbing,  Heating and tinsmithing work of all  kinds handled by us. When you  build a home or barn, let us nuote  you prices.   It will save you money.  Neilson's  and  Ganong's  Chocolates  A Choice line just opened  ��������������������������� - up.   By the fancy- box or  in bulk. -   "Take a box to  HER  and   see  how  she*  will appreciate it.  \ Z  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ClifT St. Enderbr  T,Ti.TT\Tr*ttTns*T    v* _-*%_-������������������.<-.������������������ I   Try the Enderby   Bakery tea room  ENDiiRBY PRESS when you are in to���������������������������and **������������������������������������:  refreshin  Published  evory  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rales; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising-. $1 an inoh per month.  Lcfial Notices: 12e a line first insertion; 8c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Readinar Notices and Locale: 16c a line.  SEPTEMBER 18, 1913  HENRY W.  HARVEY  In the death of Postmaster'Harvey  Enderby loses . a   man -whose - niche  will not be,   soon   filled.     A man of  sterling   worth    in   the early life of  any community,   and one whose sol  aim and purpose in life seemed to b  to  serve,    Mr.    Harvey  -gathered t  him  a ��������������������������� large   circle   of loyal friend  i who would   gladly   do for him. wha  jhe was ever ready   to do for them-  (sacrifice their last penny to see him  | out of a difficulty   if so called upon  |To have known    Mr.  Harvey was to  j have known a character of the early  pioneer type   and    one that will not  -DEPARTMENT  OF  WORKS  NOTICE TO    CONTRACTORS  JWItifrH EMlftllNSM ITHINf.  Campers and  Pleasure Parties  ENDERBY LOCK-UP  ^ SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  "Tender for Lock-up at Enderby,"  will be received by the Honourable  the Minister of Public Works up "to  noon of Tuesday, the 30th day of  September, 1913, for the erection and  completion of married constable's  quarters and lock-up at Enderby, in  the Okanagan"'Electoral District.  Plans, specifications, contract, and  forms of tender may be seen on an'd  after the ,11th day of September, 1913  at the office of Mr. L. Norris, Government Agent, Vernon; the Provincial Constable at Enderby, and the  Department of Public Works, Victoria, B.C  soon  fade   from    the memory.      His    -   --   business life,-'his social life and home]'   Intending tenderers may obtain,  on  life, whether in the   heighth of pros-|taPPlication ��������������������������� to   the-'undersigned,'one  I 'am inaugurating a regular Bar-  vice for the summer months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sunday morning, or as otherwise required,    from    Cottonwood  Point to  perity   or   the    depth    of adversity  was typical of the men of half a cen-  jtury ago-generous,    kind,  hospitable  land care-free.     Mr. Harvey identified  ���������������������������himself with every progressive move  copy of plans , and   specification for  the sum of   ten   dollars ($10), which  will be   refunded   when plans are returned in good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  i  ment looking to   the development of'by an aCcepted   cheque."or certificate  tho Mill Warehouse, furnishing my  gasoline launch or row boats as may  be desired, by the trip, hour, day,  week or month, to all the fishing  places on the lake ancl the camping  grounds. Prices reasonable for good  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  ._.    ... Cottonwood Point.  If you  !  have land  to sell  Enderby   District.       He   was an. optimist of    rare   calibre,    and always  fspoke-a=good-^word-^for^EmlcrbT"=ard;  | Enderby institutions. If not al-  ,ways successful in his undertakings,  i he was ever ready to play the game  , fairly and above-board, and de-  jmanded no favors that he was not  prepared to pay for. And if ever  there was a man game to the last  it was Henry W. Harvey.  A CAPABLE    MINISTER  List it with me.  If you want to'  buy land, see me.  My now booklet descriptive o'f tho Mara District is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.J  Hon.  Martin Burrell  during his re  cent visit to England gave the press  there an interesting interview on the  agricultural industry in Canada.     In  thc course of his remarks he pointed  out that here,  as in other countries,  the percentage of    public expenditure  on agriculture   was    not commensurate with   the   importance    of the industry   and   the    total   national expenditure.       The Federal expenditure  on agriculture in Canada this year is  $3,000,000,    while,    in    addition,    the  diflerent Provinces   are spending considerable    sums.      Mr.   Burrell is of  tbe opinion  that there was probably  never    a    more    general    recognition  than at present   of the absolute importance'of    a    healthy condition  in  agriculture if the national  prosperity  is to   continue.       To    maintain this  condition the   Federal Government is  taking some   important steps.      The  live stock industry is being strengthened by the purchase and distribution  in the   newer   sections   of    pure-bred  male animals of all kinds.     Yet an-  of deposit   on    a   chartered   bank.of  Canada,   made   payable to the Hon-  -ourable=the-Minister^ol=Public=Wtffks7  for a sum   equal   to   10 per cent, of  contract,- which    shall be forfeited if  the party tendering   decline- to enter  into contract when called upon.to do  so, or if he fail to complete the work  contracted for.     The cheques or certificates   of    deposit    of unsuccessful  tenderers   will   be   returned to them  .UP������������������Q Ah.o e_x_ecution���������������������������of..the. contract.-  Tenders will   not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,  signed  with  the   actual  signature of  the tenderer,  and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.        J. E. GRIFFITH,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C.,  September 8,4913.  A fine line, of-horse blankets, robes, rugs, suit   cases, ."a ^good'sto'ck'of-  heavy and - light    harness" always on hand."   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Enderby.- ���������������������������<_-  li-  Thursday, September 25, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Timely Remarks Relating to the  ^  'Problem' of the Vast Godless Good  who speak bitterly and sometimes  scornfully not only of the creeds of  the churches, but of the very' foundations of religious thought; who, in a  world of   injustice   and suffering, re-  The "Spectator," of London, recently had this remarkably fair comment on the problem of the Godless  Good:  "Religious people have been forced  of late years to face the fact that a!gard the goodness of God as an un-  vast and increasing number of good likely hypothesis, -'and who, full of  people are not religious. Again and,pity and kindnsss and integrity.make  again they have racked their brains I no attempt to derive (these attrib-  to find   the   explanation    of this to utes from   any   supernatural source  COLD WEATHER IS COMING!  ;-   o-  , them disturbing phenomenon. They  talk of the spirit of the age, which  inclines' the religiously minded to  mental unrest and keeps them just  outside the church door. They talk  of ihe effect of hereditary Christianity���������������������������of the impetus towards good  given by a religious upbringing.which  lasts on after belief has faded. They  seek out every logical theory which  may account for -the right-mindedness  of the godless good. A7 simple and  religious explanation stares them in  the face, but this explanation they  seldom dare to put forward., They  ��������������������������� are determined in this matter to  trust to reason. They will not take  refuge in faith.i , -;  "Is it   not   becoming    plain   that  these rational   explanations will not  do ?     They   do   not   cover half the  ground.      There   are,   it   is true, a  certain number   of good people who,  while they feel an intellectual uncertainty regarding   some   or all of the  received dogmas   of the Christian religion, are yet to all intents and purposes   convinced   Christians.      Their  habit of mind is religious; their loyalty to the   Founder,of the Faith is  complete.  , They Buffer pain by reason  of their doubts, but they suffer alone.  Their rule of   conduct   may be summed up in   the   words   of Thomas a  Kempis,   'What    wouldst   thou do if  thou wert certain?   This do and thou  art certain enough.'     Their goodness  is susceptible of an easy explanation.  .They are at   heart , believers'. - Their  doubts ^ belong to   the   hour, or even  to.what weimight.,call 'the accident'  of birth.' A- Had-!they,lived.a^hundred'  years "ago they^would" have -been- evangelicals.-- '-    But.', TtheseV good  "people  make up but a'small" proportion "of  the godless'good,, even if-they can be  said to-.belong to them at all. Again,  the effects of, hereditary Christianity,  while; it;no doubt preserves the Chris1  tian side af civilization,' must be negative in its action on unbelievers; it  will -' not - account for' individual .acts  of self-sacrifice, or for half the graces  we cannot' but admit are to be found  disassociated,  from     religion. - - Religious-parents do,    of course, endow  their children    with    a   tradition of  good conduct, but good people are to  be found whose parents*had as little  religion .as   themselves.   Some more  far   reaching   explanation   must - be  sought to account,   for instance, for  Again, we are perpetually made  aware of the goodness of people who  have no philosophic difficulty in accepting the creed they were born in,  and which they still perhaps occasionally repeat in church without conscious insincerity, but for whom the  the whole subject of religion is distasteful and suggestive of death. They  perhaps vaguely hope to look into it  some day, when they feel, less well  than they do at present. These are  secularists, and from a logical point  of view they ought to be earthly and  material.- .The fact remains that  very many are not. What is called  the scientific mind, too, is very com  mon in these 'days, and scientific  minds do not often turn to religion  Many scientists regard religion much  as many of us regard art���������������������������as a sort  of etcetera of life which assumes  great and, we suspect, undue proportions in the .eyes of a talented few.  Piety is often regarded" much as an  ear for music is regarded, as somethings you are born ..with or, are not,  as the case;* may , be,   and- which; on  the whole does not'much-matter .'l*-1'*  \  "- *, :,-,   i ? ;i'i  J'Now, although xwe"-.mayf'be'deeply  convinced of the truths of religion,we  cannot look round upon an even  moderately large acquaintance and  not find a. good many-among these  godless people., who show forth the  Christian virtues* It may have been  our privilege to' have seen a man sacrifice rev'en his life for scientific research/or'for:-the? deliverance of his  neighbors from-the cruel��������������������������� bondage' of  disease,'-'and we may'know, that'he  professed td, -1 be a" materialiirt?" - {We  may have received such kindness and  sympathy as we can never forget or  repay irom :a-man���������������������������and we'mipmVeven  say nowadays, i though the/"'case is  rarer, ���������������������������' from . ��������������������������� ' woman���������������������������in whom, the  ordinarily: received doctrines of religion produced nothing but a bitter  irritation.     And' more   than this is  l r  true: we.Jiave not only-seen such people produce what we may call, and  rightly call, 'the fruits of the spirit,'  but we have seen them the recipients  of such he'p and consolation, as our  fathers believed to - be reserved for  vhat old-fashioned people called 'the  servants oKGod,' and to be reserved  for them alone. For instance, who  has not .felt bis heart sink on hearing of some misfortune which threatens a friend who has no belief in the  You need to dress warm. 73he following  lines are the best in their class that  money can buy, and you will appreciate  their quality.  House of Hobberlin Suits & Overcoats  From $15.00 to $30.00  KEEN-KUT Shoes  that gave you such comfort and  satisfaction, from <D C t0 C������������������.50  W.G.&R. ���������������������������L  Dress Shirts & cotton  RUBBERS  ���������������������������*'' > * r V *  The Largest and Most Complete  Stock in the Valley to choose from  UNDERWEA  Eight Lines of STANFlELiyS  In Two-Piece and.Combinations, including the RED, BLUE and BLACK Labels:  Also Wolsey's Unshrinkable, Viking, Gold Fleece,  ��������������������������� i      \    '���������������������������   ,   ~ and other Cheaper-Makes ���������������������������/ (."���������������������������.'  ,'* .->���������������������������*  -' ''-S  .ri,..-, v.  We have the SOLE AGENCY for CLARKE'S-  and FAULTLESS makes. See Clarke's heavy,  blue shirts; guaranteed to turn, snow, water.  r\\ _ ' ; 4.1  ���������������������������x~������������������*y7i  Xt\x^l\  -���������������������������;     ������������������_,.   *-    ''*ixlr -#  ���������������������������t-7-,,ijv?-^ t?j> ATHS*I  7p������������������ "'j*!   I  ���������������������������s-^*  We have the ;S0LEj:AGENCY . ;for, Stanfield's  "All-Wool Sweaters in different stales.'?- Don't-bey v ^, ,c-^  too late to get one. of these.: They are goingjvyytyi  fast. . We have other, lines from $1;00 up.; A/    " "    ? ~T  Tf'   It**  ���������������������������l     1   . t  -������������������������������������������������������ ft  " "���������������������������i"A;> I  We have the SOLE AGENCY fpriCLARKE'S GOODS.   They tan their own leather, and make their  v������������������,  o.wn Gloves, and thus save the wearer the middle-man's profits.  the goodness often displayed by those, sustaining power of God?     The mis  ���������������������������i������������������t������������������t������������������uui������������������i������������������imme ****** m������������������i������������������m>m������������������ummhmh  Armstrong & Spallumcheen  Agricultural Society  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  !  LARGEST FAIR IN THE OKANAGAN  October 9-10  19 13  ������������������|   Accommodation for 500 head of Live Stock  Splendid List oj Special Prizes  Three Prizes in Each Class   $  D. MATHESON F. C. WOLFENDEN  President Secretary  M������������������i������������������i������������������i������������������i������������������i'������������������i������������������i'������������������ioi������������������i'������������������<������������������iM������������������tMiei������������������i������������������Mi������������������i������������������ieitim  Subscribe for The Press.    Keep Posted  HATS ANP CAPS  A full range of the Best Makes including Stetson's, Redmond's aiid Cooper's  DILL BROS.,  General Merchant*  Enderby  fortune has fallen, and we dare hardly turn our eyes towards our friend.  The blow, we feel, will distract,  agonize, humiliate him. ��������������������������� On the contrary, when we see him we are  amazed. He is calm, self-possessed,  anxious not to distress those near  and dear to him. Such courage  seems possible enough in one who  can resign himself to the will of God,  but almost miraculous in him who  trusts to nothing outside himself. To  take a different instance; how many  good women have trembled ior some  one who is, they ��������������������������� know, set in the  midst of exceptional temptations,  and who has given up the faith of  his childhood. 'He has nothing to  keep him straight,' they sigh. They  'dread to see him change for the  worst, and, of course, their fears  may be but too well lounded. But  like the men of old he 'may' come,  he often does come, unscathed out of  the midst of the 'burning fiery furnace.' It is astonishing how much  power to resist evil lies in some natures which are not religious. There  they stand, these sceptical young  people, secure and good like their religious brethren 'in their coats, their  hosen,. and their hats,' and the 'smell  of fire,is not on them.'  .'.'How are these .things to be explained by"religious people?" Our  fathers 'did not love truth as we love  it. They would not look at the  goodness of heretics, let alone of  sceptics. In their terror of mental  confusion they declared first that  such goodness was but self-interest,  and then in their rage at being unable wholly to shut their eyes, to the  goodness of the godless, thcy cursed  such goodness and ventured to declare that 'works done before ,the  grace of Christ .... have the nature of sin.' Still the words stand,  a blot upon the Book of Common  Prayer. The good men who drew up  those articles were not horrified by  the thought they expressed, and generations of good men coming after  them have not troubled to getsthe  words expunged���������������������������direct attack though  they make upon the magnanimity of  God.  "Did our fathers really think it impossible that a perfect God should  help and console those w.ho failed to  recognize His power; that He made  with His creatures an unalterable  compact such as a benevolent but  proud ruler might    make to-day���������������������������an  offer of protection to such only as  proclaimed themselves his subjects,,?..  Few would"put-"such"a "notion into"  words now. The narrowest preacher  when once he had descended the pulpit stairs would hesitate. Nevertheless, it is a notion which dies  hard and is often revived in church.  'Why,should I have borne the burden  and heat of the day, and tried all  my life to honor God, and then get  no more benefits than a man who has  done so much less?' cries not unnaturally the religious man.. To say  this, however, is only to insist that  'godliness' should be 'a way oi gain.'  As to the value of faith, it is not a  thing which can be computed by adding up advantages. It is known to  those who have faith and to those  who desire to have it alike, it is a  thing for which many men would sell  all that they have, but it is not 'a  way of gain.' To believe���������������������������to have  even a lurking suspicion���������������������������that God  takes no thought for those who pay  him no homage is to sacrifice thc  character of God in order to exalt  the duty of godliness."  Pace creams    to    be#  found   at A.  Reeves' will take away the tan. THE    PRESS,  ..ENDERBY,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA  )'  60 MEN WANTED  At Once to Learn Barber Trade  Only eig-lU weeks required to leiirn.  tools free find pay wages while learning. Positions secured on eompie-  r.ion ai from- $.15 to vZki per week.  ���������������������������TTe --.havp hundreds of locutions  where you can start business for  yourself. T rem end on s demand i'or  barbers. Write for Free Cat a login-;  better still, call. . If you wAukl be-  c-ome an expert you must be an In-  ternatiomirgraduate. - ~  INTERNATIONAL. f8ARBER COLLEGE.  Alexander Ave., First Door West  of Main St., Winnipeg  san> *���������������������������  SrtOp.  MAN WHO STOOD STILL  Theie has just died at Aurori, Illinois, Mr. D. W. Siockwell. one ot  ite quaintest characters in tho Sutx*.  who has he en know for many yi..-r-s  r.s "The Man who Stood Still'." Im'I'iv  5'>.ars ago he was the owner of on- of  fhe biggest shops outside Chicago,  and during lhe Civil war he prosper-  cd greatly.  After the war he failed to  n'rreast of ihc times, and tiie  /roods vvliirh he carried thon  MJorn the show windows of his  For a few years the shop mad? --i  piofit, but within half a dozen y-.m  after the var the place was a curiosity sin';:, and continued so. T.t*>  hoop sk'-*', barber-striped hose, .if',  jewelry a.id other antiquities Vm-  tinned to ff-rni his stock.  In   latter   yeais   he   wns. tho   o'tly  onc who "jjlered the place except vis-  the   city,  and   his  shop   ba-  m\ow   place   in   a   niod-;r,tt  account of the man's  pecu-  ?>fr. Slockwell fias carr.Yil  about oi.f'fO worth of goods���������������������������all -"u  Oi date���������������������������for over 40 years.     But Ji"f  vithsta/i'ong lack of, custom, he open-  ������������������������������������������������������'il his^shop prompi'y at 7 every mo-i  ing. and remained until S in iho eve:i  ing.     He died at ihe age of 77.  Ln  Uors  came .t  .vay. on  Harities.  SHEEP   EAT   RA83ITS  One      of    the    most    remarkable  changes of uict on record was that of  ine ken, or mountain  parrot  of .New  Zealand.      Originally a vegcttirian. it  suddeniy   took   to   killing  sheep   ami  lambs,   devouring   certain   tit-bits   to  which it had taken a liking and .leav-  ing-rhe rest of the carcase untouched.  Owing to these ravages the Hock-owners   and   the   Government  have  been  waging    a    war ,    of    extermination  against the keas that are interfering  vith the human liking i'or fleshy food.  '    Ei en   the   sheep  at  the 'Antipodes  have "developed the carnivorous ball-  it," as a  Melbourne  paper  .puts    it.  They have taken to attacking aiid,eating  each  other as  well    as    rabbits,  which tire still very numerous in Australia  An    spite    of    fhe    prodigious  quantities of them that are cvor-y year  trapped,   tinned   and   exported'.      Ro  far the phenomenon of the carnivorous sheep "has not been noticed outside tin southern "'district    of'  New  South Wales, but the news-will-doubt-  lelss soon spread,     One paper thinks'  it possible that Australia, may evolve  a "wild  man-eating merino" (hat will  .provide good sport for big-gume hunters.  THE   KAISER'S VENTURES  The German Emperor has just  bought two sheep farms in German  South-west Africa for ������������������4,800. The  export of wool is at present small, but  it is believed tbat In the course of  time this will become a valuable  source of income to tbe colonists, and  the-Kaiser desires to encourage this  branch, of colonial  activity.  In choosing the farms his Majesty acted on the advice of Herr Heck-'  el,*: a gentleman attached to the Imperial Court, wlio is visiting bis  brother's   ranch   hear  Windhoek.  In acquiring two farms in South  Africa the German Emperor is finding  further -outlet for those business  qualities which, bad he been born  to commerce, instead of a throne,  would have "assuredly have won for  the Kaiser a high 'position among  merchant princes. It may not-be  generally known tbat the Kaiser  Is already the owner of a porcelain  aud tiie factory at Cadinen, in East  Prussia  This commercial venture has proven very successful owing to the  Kaiser's active participation in thc  management. No detail has proven  too insignificant for him to master,  and the Emperor is not above recommending personally his own  wares and finding new markets' for  the  Cadinen products.    -  These wares -are on sale at, a shop  .in Berlin called "The Royal Hohen-  "zollcrn stores," and at one time it  was his Majesty's custom to pay visits, of inspection to houses and buildings -where the Cadinen tiles had  beon  used.  The x Emperor Is a keen agriculturist and nil the latest practical developments of this important ,. science  finds illustrations on the farms which  form an important part of the royal  estate in Silesia. His Majesty is also financially interested in the Ham-  burg.-American Line and almost invariably attends the launches of new  liners from the Vulkan yard. One  of these, the Impe'rator. is to take  water this month, and the German  Emperor has' again'signified his intention of being present.  5 Years' Rheumatism  Really Cured  Your Case Isn't Likely to be Worse,  and Can be Cured Quickly by"  Nerviline ,i  \Yr  One of ihc most novel features ever  shown nt a fair or exposition will be  the display made by Un; united commercial clubs of Stevens County,  Washington, at the Dry-Farmed Products Exposition next October, when  a pile of mammoth potatoes, perfect  in size and enormous in dimension's  and weight, will be shown in the form'  of a cord. It is already planned r.o  bring to Lethbridge sullicient of fhese  spuds to stack as a fanner stacks a'  cord of wood, and an ingenious method has been devised to keep (hem in  such shape as to cause people to  \vonder.  HOW'S THIS?  offer One Hun ���������������������������-cl Wolltirs  Uewtinl  for  iiny  wisu of  C.-iiarrh   Lluil   iriiniiui   bn  cured  bv Hall's Caitirrh (.'urc.  !���������������������������'. J. CIIKXKV & CO., Toledo, O.  A\rt; - tin.- undorsisnpd hrfvo known K.  ���������������������������J, Clioncy for tne l;tst 15 .wars ,-ind bo-  lii'vu_him Jim-feet ly lioiior.-ibjo in all Iwal-  iii-ss ti-Jinsiietions. ;m\l linaiieially Mble to  cjirry out hiiv oljlig;i Lions m;ute by his  lirm. ; \ -  "W.'tkling. ICInnnn & Marv-iii.  *Vi*brilcs;ili_' DnjiTjyislK. Toledo. O.  Hall's C'ittarrJi Cure i.s token' internally. aetinK directly' upon the 'blood ;ind  mucous sttrffioos of j!ie system. Testimonials sent, i'iw Pi-ice 7:1c. per bottle.    - Sold  by all  *Drifj,'Kist.s'.  Tak*  Hull's .Family   I'ills    for    Constipation.'  tion  Although  is possible  which   will  that which  absolutely  camo to  his own  "F/rrr FlnfP i was little sbl. thirty yoir������������������  ftpo. i .tad fluttered .orture.. from w/.cnin, Iti  or.ti -il I s worst forms. '1'hc disease runs In  Tn;/ family, and initio was of it sr.'ily and  *jt:os' ,'i,figuring kind. Tli.'s eczi'inii formed  . in..;^;jr.u_-iji_:������������������. .anil- tlicu .bc.iIi-.-i all ovcr-  my f.ic* nnd IIkiIk. I  liiivo been (.mothered  from heii'l to fool. I was  burn In betiiuliiKlon,  whirli I'i fuiiioii'i for its  Hilpliur hallis mid pump  v.,item, mid one would  think thiil. after bilJini,'  Die UwiIiiiciii tlieiy roi;-  til'trly ns I did. I lie  iINe,i.sn would loin; uro  I) iv������������������ been ciiK-tl, but It  wan not.   I ntiiMidod tlio   Hospital for years  find ye.trs, so .vou will spb  ��������������������������� I   K.Lvu  It  ti  fidr   trlul.  . .veryo *; In the .own knew of my ca-e. My  .face was dU'iMireri very badly. A doctor  told mc that I should never i;et lid of ll. I  jijiont pound.-, in dodoiV MIK tuid I utteiided  fcuvi-rnJ ho.-pita.Ls but nothing did any ifood.  "Then one (Iny ti uncle of mine recommended thr C'uiicurii i.eiiiudlis. 1 look lite  aihicc, a������������������ii :oiniin-i:ei r| to   .se the Oiiticuni  ilinii'  tit  un "iiiinovpinfTi!;  ��������������������������� hair,' In* li ii.-iil been a  ��������������������������� nl'-M  and   winf,   f,oon  iilhl eonditi'iii.   Then  Jt M'Mipi Onitiiieiit, aiid  o:i(l<-! fully.    In a U'.w  ���������������������������if lie: st -ily citiplioii't  ,.-i[i;n-tri'd.    Now niy -.kin  fcxi-jp.   'J'e ni., rMo-.il  at t,nee tut In, ..nd -  complete  n ti.'s    f  -  bti;,i i t    loo'-,    i spli  f  >')UL'll"   .. ' ox of  th'   i-lc-pd n, ��������������������������� .kl.i  '.Tri'f;s' iiine  .11 '.rati'  h.vj   or  ilf-b !v i]i',.'i[i;ii"tri'd.    Now   j.r ';ar r.iid liealtuy, and thanks to Jie tltiti-  c-ii:f: It ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������"i|h,,- i ;tm <-impietely _u:ei| of  CTium . All mv liej'^hbour.s were asioiiiided.  Th Cuiieura Jl-rin-di'-s are vv.niU tltclr  weigfit in ;;ohi, nnd one tiiblet of (.hi tic lira  Soil.') goes further th.in fotr takes of cheuper  >-on-)s. It hns brouch'. Itsippinc-'-s Into rny  home.' (Signed)Mrs. riuller, 17, Francis  HC. Tlie ** otterrlde, Kinc'a Norton, 3lr-  HjijJBhain, En_., July 20,'1010.  Outturn Soap and Ointment aro^oid everywhere, but those who vi.-sli to try them  without charge may do .so by aendini; lo  .Poller Driij; it Chem. Corp., (W Columbiw  Ave., ffonton, U. S. A., for a liberal .sample  o! each, jioat-free, with o-'-p, skin book.  ���������������������������-' MAXIM PLANS INVENTION ,  Sir.Hiram .Maxim's genius for inven-  ancl energy are both amazing,  l more than seventy years of  iige, lie is today working with, the  vigor and enthusiasm of ;i young man  of twenty on an idea which, if brought  to a successful fruition, will rank  among his greatest triumphs in the  realms-of science-  He is convinced that it  fot produce an apparatus  .make a disaster, such ns  occurred to t the Titanic,  inexcusable. How the idea  hi in is.perhaps best told in  words.      ' '  "When I heard of the dreadful disaster to the Titanic and its loss with  some of my dearest friends on .board,  ��������������������������� I was "greatly shocked, and r asked  myself: 'Has science reached the end  of its _tether,? ��������������������������� Can science do nothing to prevent these terrible disasters,  this great' loss of life and property?  Ami after studying fhe question for  four hours I made' up my mind that  it would lie possible to provide a ship  with apparatus that would enable it to  detect tho presence of jHiy.JJT_e_o.b_  "jecTTn ffs vicinity, to determine its  size, its character, its direction from  the ship, and also to measure its distance with a great degree of accuracy,  riiavp been working on the problem  ever since.  At the moment, he explained, he  must be very careful as to what he  says, although he has, of course, taken the precaution of already protecting himself so far as poslble under  tho patent-laws ol'-the-countrios which  observe the convention, amongst  which are Knglancl. France. Russia.  Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, and  United  States.  Sir Hiram has already several drawers full of plans ancl designs made by  himself or the new invention. The  workmanship of these drawings i.������������������  marvellous Despite his ago Sir Hiram still has the lightness and firmness  of touch of an artist which Is seldom  s?cn in mechanical drawings.  A   PRISONER   OF   ST.   KILDA  A romance of St. Kilda is the story  of Lady ('.range. Wife of an eighteenth century Scottish l/ord of Session, she war for some mysterious  reason seized ami carried off in the  dark, slit- knew not by whom, and  conveyed by night journeys to tho  Highland coast and thence by sea to  S:  Kilda.  Thero among the few inhabitants  she remained for several years a prisoner, provided, however, with a constant supply of food and a woman to  wait upon her. No inquiry was  made for. her, but at last she conveyed  a letf--". to a friend by fhe daughter  of aCatechisl, who bid it in a clue of  yarn. A ship was sent to rescue her.  hilt her gaolers got wind of it and  transferred ber lo the island of Merries, where* she died.--London Chronicle.  ,Here is the Proof  "After being an enthusiastic user of  Nerviline.-for years, I feel it my duty  to tell you personally what your wonderful preparation has done for me.  "I suffered torture from rheumatism and heart trouble, tried scores  of so-called remedies, consulted for  weeks and months with Toronto's  most ci.iincnt physicians, but derived  only slight benefit.  "A friend insisted on my using Nerviline, and to my surprise a vigorous  rubbing of this powerful liniment  eased the pains and reduced the stiffness in my joints. I continued to  uso Nerviline aiid was permanently  cured. T am now perfectly well, and  for three years have had .no rheumatism at all. I know many families  where no other medicine but Nervi-  cline is kept���������������������������it is so useful in minor  ailments like earache, toothache,  neuralgia, coughs, colds. lumbago, and  sciatica: T call Nerviline my 'Life  Guard,' and urge all to try its merit."  Dec. 171.11.-113 Palmerston Avenue.  (Signed)   FLORA CHAPMAN  Tt is almost criminal to keep on suffering when Nerviline can be had in  any drug store. 50c. buys a large  bottle, 25c. for the trial size. Prepared by The Catarrhozone Qo., Buffalo, N.Y., and Kingston, Ont.  DIFFICULT TO  CURE  A    ivomar    consulted    nn  about ber '.asband's eyesight,  oculist  saying  strong    pair    of  she wanted a ver:  glassos for him.  [ fear I cannot recommend glasses  without first seeing your husband, the  oculist said. ...  He won't come at any price, was  the reply.     :  Then tell me something about him.  Can he see objects at a distance, or  does he experience difficulty when  reading? For instance, could he see  that pigeon which is flying up-above  us?  Rather!, the-woman said. y He'd  spot a pigeon on t' wing quicker than  he'd see an aeroplane, especially if  he'd got a bet o:iit. What I want  yer to cure is his short-sightedness  when h ;'s seekin' work. He's been  lookin'.for,a job.ten years, and nover  seen one tc suit bis fastidious eyesight yet!  -The oculist regretted that he-couldn't, deal with the case.  PRI^E   ATTRACTING     WORLD  The interest in the grand sweepstake prizes in the several grain  classes of the International Dry-  Farmed Products Exposition, to be  held at Lethbridge, Alberta, next October, has increased and the number  of premiums have likewise multiplied.  The Rumley tractor stands as the  premier premium offered for the best  bushel of hard wheat grown under  dry-farming conditions, or where the  annual precipitation is less than 20  inches, and where the land or any  part of tie farm has not been irrigated during the season. This premium lias attracted a great, deal of  attention, and many fanners are anxious to possess it.  While th-.-re is no other prize offered of value equar to the tractor.  still it is a noteworthy fact that three  of the other valuable prizes are donated by the InternaCtonal Harvester  Co., or through its agencies, and  these, too, are attracting a great deal  of attention- The Oliver Chilled  Plow Works donated a $500 gang 4-  furrow plow, wflh either stubble or  breaker bases, to be delivered free  to the winner, from the nearest agency  of the International Harvester,Co. of  America, for the best bushel of oats  grown in Canada in 1912'under dry-  farming methods: For the'best sheaf  of oats grown anywhere in the world  under dry-farming' methods the International Harvester Co. donates a Mc-  Cormick grain binder, and' for the  best, peck of flax an 'International  currugated 22-wheeI packer.  Had Stomach Rumblings  Distress Before Meals  WAS  SELDOM   FREE   FROM   THAT  WEARY,   DROOPY,   HALF-DEAD    .  FEELING  Now  "     ONE AT A  TIME     -*  A magistrate was holding court in a  little town- -'One-rof the- attending  counsel held against "him- an- old  grudge. While the justice was delivering an opinion hc was interrupted by the braying of a jackass without.       , -  What noise is that? shouted the  justice, full of suspicion that the unfriendly attorney was putting up a'  job on him:   -'  It" is only the echo of fhe court,  your Honor, said the attorney, smiling. .    . -  Not in the least, disconcerted the  justice resumed his delivery. Soon;  however, the attorney interposed with  technical objections, just as the jack  brayed again.  Hold on. retorted the retaliating justice;''one'at a time.'if you please.  A   BUSINESS   LOVE   LETTER  A" maiden, well advanced in years,  used to wait every morning for the  postman, a bachelor of about ber age,  and ask him if there, was not a letter for her. Several weeks passed  thus, but the anxiously-expected letter  did not arrive- Finally, one morning  the postman said to her:_ _WelL _tq-  iiforrolv^fou^shall~geO''oTir^letter7^i'f"  I have to write it myself.  That's right, do il, replied the old  maid. ' I shall be delighted to accept  it.    -  Well, said the postman smiling,  what do you want me to write���������������������������a  business letter or a love letter?  If you mean business, please write  a love letter, was her blushing reply.  IMPOLITENESS OF CURIOSITY  The goose had been carved, and  everybody 'had tasted it. It was excellent. The negro minister, who  was the guest of honor could not restrain  his enthusiasm.  Dat' as fine a goose as I evah see,  Bruddah Williams, he said to his host.  Whar did you git such a fine goose?  Well now. pa son. replied the carver  of the goose, exhibiting great dignity  ancl reticence, when you preaches a  speshul good sermon,I never axes you  whar you got it. I hopes you will  show me de same consideration.���������������������������  Popular Magazine-  I have beaten my sword into a  plow-share, remarked the young officer  who resigned.  Dear me. exclaimed his sweetheart,  I wanted that sword to decorate my  cosy corner wilh.���������������������������Washington Herald-  AN EXCELLENT REMEDY  FOR LITTLE ONES  Mrs. John C. Lepage, ' Riraouski.  Que., writes: "Your Baby's Own Tablets are an excellent remedy for little ones and 1 always keep them In  the house." Thousands of other  mothers say the same, thing. The  Tablets always do good���������������������������they cannot  possibly do harm. They are the only  medicine for children sold under the  absolute guarantee, of a government  rnalyst to contain no opiates or harmful drugs. : They sweeten the stomach; regulate .worms,- cure indigestion and promote healthful sleep. The'  Tablets; are sold, by medicine dealers  or by mall af 25: cents a box froni  The Dr.' Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville. Ont. -  MOST PRIMITIVF.  MEN    ,  ;-A people without any form of. religion, without superstition, devoid of any  thought of the future state,- has been  fouud in the interior .forests of- Sumatra, according to Dr." WiJbelm.Val-  ez. the geologist of tha University, of  Breslau, who -has made-, extensive  journeys through the island." There  he.found the.Kubus, fas ^ he .named j*,  thom,'who. aVe. scarcely "to. be distinguished from the* small manlike  ape- of the Indo-Malayan countries.  They are wanderers .through the, forest, seeking food- They have- no  property.. - They are, not hunters, but  simply collectors. They seek merely sufJlcient-'nuts, fruits and'other edible growths to keep thenralive.'  5 The Kubus wage very little, warfare upon the small amount of animal  life in their silent aud somber land.  Thc only notion -he could get from  them of a difference between a live  and a dead person was that-thc dead  do not breathe. He infers that they  are immeasurably inferior to the  paleolithic man of Europe,' who fashioned tools and hunted big game  with his flint-tipped arrow and knife.  Intellectual atrophy is the result of  the Kubu:' environment". The words"  they know are almost as- few as the  ideas they try to express..���������������������������Philadel-'  phia  Record. .. ���������������������������  Cured,   and   Gives  Good   Advlcs  to Others With Dyspeptic  Tendencies  If you have any stomach distress at  all you will certainly be interested In  the following experience which is tol'd  by Mr. Edward  Dawkins.  "When I was working around the  farm Inst winter I had an attack of  inflammation," writes Mr. JD. P. Daw-  kins, of Port Richmond. "I was  weak for a long time, but well enough  to work until spring. But something  went wrong with my bowels for I  had to use salt or physic all tbe time,.  My stomach kept sour, and always j  after eating there was pain and fulness, and all the symptoms of Intestinal indigestion. Nothing helped me  until 1 used Dr. Hamilton's Pills. -Instead of hurting, like other pills, they  acted tery mildly, and seemed to heal  the bowels. I did not require large  doses to get results with Dr. Hamilton's Pills, and feel so glad J.hat I  have found t~ mild vol. certain remedy..  To-day 1 am well���������������������������no pain, no sour  stomach, a good appetite, able to digest anything. This is a whole lot of  good for one medicine to do, and I  can say Dr. Hamilton's Pills are tha  best pills, and-my letter, I am sure,  proves it.' *  Refuse a substitute for Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and Butternut..25c. per box or five'for $1.00, at  all druggists and storekeepers, or post  naid from the Catarrhozone Co.. Buffalo, N.V., and Kingston, Canada.  MORE MEN THAN WOMEN  ,Of recent years the custom of making a systematic census of the population has become well established  and it is now possible to gain a fairly  accurate .idea of conditions ail the  world  oyer. - . ,.   -,  Some' of fhe figures now cited In  regard to this niatter are'interesting.  The world's total population is estimated at 1,700,000,000. out of which  the proportion of the sexes is.known  for 1,038.000.000. the ratio being "1,000  males to 9S0 females. ��������������������������� The ratio  varies considerably in different  places. In Europe .there were for  evpry 1.000 men, 1.027 women; Africa  1,0-15; America, 964; Asia, 961; Australia.   937-'     -     - "  The maximum proportion of women:  is found  in. Uganda, 1.467;  the minimum   In ��������������������������� the Alaska  gold   fields  and  the Malay States, with 391 and 389 re-  s .ectively.���������������������������Chicago Tribune. '   -   ''   '  w  r    -.-    ���������������������������������������������<!  On A spot  .   -    Ctk,sh .  IMH-ftivtec  CALLCUR&  Cures Horses TVhile  icy "Work, or Rest  \      25 ' *r MU OeALERS  )*<TC1HATIQWAL .STOCK fOOO CQ  KM I TIP. TOP OH TO  The  ' PR/C������������������  HER  LITTLE  HINT  He���������������������������Does   a   woman     when  married  expect   her   husband  her his business affairs?A ,_=   she's  to   ceil  When Your Eyes Need Can  Try Murla'fl Eva Remedy. 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CURIES  7hc���������������������������I  don't   know  evoeefs a man to talk  ho   iv   courtiua   her.���������������������������  i'riii.it  1 ::t a wonian  business whon  Boston   Trans-  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI.  Mib. Winslow'* Soothing Sykuf bit beta  ���������������������������fed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS at  MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILi  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. M  =^fOOTHES=thaFCHILDr90inrEN9rtheOO������������������(t  " ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, an*  U the be������������������t remedy for DIARRHCEA. It U tb������������������  ���������������������������olutcly harmless.   Be sure and ask for "Mr*.  )  M  1  Winslow'e 8������������������othing Syrup," and take M^otMl  kind.   Twenty-five cent* a bottle.  The Clinton Motor Car Co., Limited  Will Show a full line of  Motor Cars, Delivery Waggons, and  July 10th, to July 20th.  You arr cordially invited to inspect  visit the Fair.  We want agents in all the centres of  not already signed up.    For information  Heavy Trucks, at the Winnipeg Fair  these  Canadian   made cars  if you  Manitoba and Alberta, that an  address  E. D. Cleghorn, Sales Manager,  Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg  Agents tor the Province of Saskatchewan:  STERNS & BURTON, SASKATOON  The use of motor wagons to carry  parcels between London and Birmingham has proved so successful that  the postal authorities are about to  make nn extension of the service to  Manchester.  Natural Selection���������������������������When we decide  to forjuvo our enemies we generally I  begin wilh those who are bigger audi  stronger  than   we  are.���������������������������Chicngo   Rc-  lleart Review.  Th  e " iimpire  and Finish  Biands  Plasters  of  Wood   Fibre,   Cement Wall  should interest you if you.  are looking for the best plaster board.  Write today for our specification booklet.  The Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited  WINNIPEG, MAN.  ���������������������������   li  ;?������������������A#ai*<Wi.W*ft,'������������������bCWWWf,-tfr*.*"..- ' -' i$   "Z..-kV..  HIT THE    PKESS.    ENDERBY,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA  -x    WOMEN   AND  PROFESSIONS  It Is not often that a government  report contains matter especiallly of  interest to women;  but the views of  Lord Haldane on the much discussed  topic as  to whether they should  be  excluded  from  the "professions" given in cviderce before the royal commission on the civil service   will be  read with interest by all women who  have to depend upon themselves for  their living.      Though    the    inquiry  was supposed to touch the civil service only, the war minister was very  emphatic in expressing his opinion on  the subject generally.      He said  his  belief was that the exclusion'of women  from  a great many professions  at the present time was the result of  superstition, and very little else. Fie  believed there jvas a great many professions  in   which   women   were  not  ���������������������������only qualified to do the    work,    but  where they could be of the greatest  possible use.  There were certainly a great many  positions in the civil service which  women could fill quite as well as men  and which they did not fill at the  present time���������������������������higher division posts  .as well as others.  Lord Haldane was   questioned    by  Miss _,aldane as to whether he considered  that  post qualified  for by a  higher education, whatever   was   the  -case with regard to lower posts should  receive equal pay in.the case of women and, men.      He'replied that he  had previously said that   upon-that  ���������������������������question he had found it difficult to  make up his mind. '���������������������������  Jt might be said that they must pay  .-a man. not what he was worth not  the cost of producing him, but a living wage, because he was the bread-1  Frost & Wood Binders  Meet   the   hardest     ccrdiir'crs   cf cutting and  CRICULTURM  Doth  PSORIASIS  WAS CURED  After   F\ve     Years     of     Suffering-  Three  Doctors Failed and Said  Case Was Incurable  Itching    and  Burning    Was Terrible  Until  Relief and Cure  Was  Effected by  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  " Psoriasis is. "another name for  chronic eczema.- It is the worst  form of this dreadful-itching skin disease. Once eczema has reached  this stage lt is usually considered in-  curablu "  But here is a case which    proves  again the wonderful healing power of  Dr.f Chase's   Ointment-       Not    only!  does relief come quickly, but the re-1  suiting benefits    are    thorough    and  lasting.  Mrs. Nettie Massey. Consecon, Ont.,  writes:���������������������������"I thought it my duty to  write you -telling you the great bene-  HERMIT'S ROMANCE  The death of 'English Jack, the  Hermit,' refills a romance originating  in London and ending pathetically in  America. English Jack ��������������������������� nobody  knew his-right name���������������������������lived the last  forty years in a miserable hut situated in the woods a little way back  from the carriage road near" Crawford, wi.thin twentv miles of New  York.  His hut was a miserable affair, the:  ground floor serving a3 a sitting-room  and  kitchen,   from   which    a    ladder  took  him  into a.pitiful  hole  in  the  roof whore he slept.  There he existed for nearly forty  years, almost half the full term of  his life. He was born in London,  and left an orphan while still a boy.  Wandering about the streets one day,  hungry and,tearful, he encountered a  little girl of five, who had lost her  father.  He.helped her to find him, and from"  that day their interests were one and  indivisible.     -Mary's   father,   a   man  SEVERE ��������������������������� NEURALGIA  APPENDICITIS    CAUSES  The question has again been raised  |n medic:.1 journals as to whether the  Cured Through the   Use   of dr. i"^ase i:i ,hf frefi������������������ency of appen-  ���������������������������   WH-       ������������������   D- i    nn ' ?1CItl,s !? recent years raa>' ������������������������������������t be due(  Williams   Piok Pills t0 mill������������������te particles of iron.     The old                               ��������������������������� "iillatones that ground so slowly and  There  is  nn  n^l.Pnt   P___M   ���������������������������.���������������������������_ i"S���������������������������"!?���������������������������*". ������������������10u������������������h .'������������������.. ^ old days  (lie  Some    medical    authorities  nerve.     This group also includes K j SS^-av' il^ apSx'whe���������������������������  Vitus Dance, partial paralysis and the'Nhev  forn,  the nucfeus  of aM���������������������������  i      IfTh" r:^^^r^8!ef.5aUn������������������ ������������������' P���������������������������;  also.bunches of  group  known    as  disorder*  have any of these    complaints".    The  reason why Dr- Williams" Pink Pills  cure nervous disorders is, that they  restore   werk,   run   down   nerves, to'  their proper-state of tone.     Thev act  News.  winner for his wife-.and family, and  they ought to encourage him to have  a wife and" family, in the interests of  the state, and therefore he must be  paid something extra for being a citizen. ��������������������������� *  {. TOLD BY  LORD WOLSELY  . The .'little story .below is Lord Wol-  seley's tribut������������������ to the bravery of Lieut -  General, Gerald Graham, V.C., G.C-B.,  , G.C.M.G.:��������������������������� At the storming of the  Taku,forts, Graham, who was in China  with Gordon led the sappers, whose  duty it was to lay the pontoon across  . the wot ditch-surrounding the great  ��������������������������� northern fort.       ��������������������������� -,  While superintending the operation  he was on horseback, and being al-  ���������������������������m ,st the only mounted oflicer present,"  afforded*an\easy mark'to the **Chinese matchlock' men, who" had already  picked off fifteen of his sappers.  During the height of the uproar  caused by the firing of'the great guns  and ,small  arms,., Lieut-Colonel, Wol-  -seley,   who, was   standing ��������������������������� by "Major  .'.Graham, having some remark to'make  fit I received from using Dr. Chase's  Ointment* For five years I suffered  with what three doctors told, if any  one offered to guarantee me, a cure  for $50.00 to keep my money In my  pocket, as I could not be cured.  "The disease spread all1 over me,  even on my-face and head. The  itching and-burning was" hard to bear.  At-last my brother read in the paper  about Dr. Chase's Ointment as a healer. ! used 8 boxes, and, I am glad  to say I am entirely-,cured, not a sign  of a sore to, be seen.',;/ I .can. hardly,  praise the rintment enough, aud you'  are at liberty-to.n-re ray testimony, as  I- hope thereby to induce other sufferers, to try the same." ���������������������������  Dr. Chase's Ointment 60c. a box at  all dealers, or Edmanson,' Bates &  Co., Limited,  Toronto. '  named Simmonds, secured a position j JS_,\hireni���������������������������^Vhhe^,^d;Sllpp,y;  *~- <^~ i  ���������������������������  i-i- -..-���������������������������-   -   .,    -   ..      ana, the nerves.   ��������������������������� The-highest medical authorities have noted that nerv-:  ous troubles generally attack people  who   are   bloodless    and     that    the  nerves are toned  when the- blood  is  renewed. .   It is thuB seen  that Dr -  Williams'   Pink   Pillls   cure   nervous  disorders by curing the cause of the  trouble.      The following    is    an  'instance.      Miss Annie Jones,  London,  .Ont.,  says:���������������������������"Fojr over a year. I  was  an intense sufferer    from    neuralgia,  .which located in my face and head.'  The'pain at times was so intense that  I could scarcely keep from screaming  and nothing I was doing for the trouble-seemed ,to  help   me. ;-.As  time  Vent 'on   my. whole , nervous  system '  for the boy on his ship, and .at the  close of each of several voyages he  made his  home with  Simmonds and  little Mary.    -Before his last" voyage  it   was  agreed   that  the   two  should  marry on his return-  ������������������������������������������������������   He,was gone, a little over a year  and on his return went to the school  where he had placed her, aad'found  that   his   little 'companion   had" just  died.      The   remaining- years   of  his  life he passed as1 a hermit in the solitude of his-hut.  MANY   S������������������A   DEVILS  These animals are quite-numerous  along the; coast -150 to ,"200 miles  south of- here. . They are adapted to  both salt and fresh'water.- "a strange  featur.   of "'their   ap'pearance* in- the  ^You Cannot Forqet Your Corns  They pain roo much. Perhaps you  haye tried this,, that, and the other  remedy���������������������������you still" have them. You  do not experiment when you use Putnam's, Painless Corn Extractor. In  twenty-four hours the. soreness is removed. In a day.br t.wo you'are'rid  - of them, root and branch: Keep the  name in sight because it-tells the  story.' Putnam's .Painless - Corn-, Extractor. 'Sold by druggists, price'25c.  . ROUTING   ENNUI    \  ri-Bliffkins and his wife'live in,one ot  those fashionable,'childless apartment '  houses. ,-,The visiting friend'sp?ak3  .-Say/what  became  of-that   preicv  ; bull terrier you,used to have.axouui  "to-'keep Mrs." Bliffkins" company- dur- '  ing the day? .. s .  ��������������������������� The. management    wouldn't    stand  for it, so we gave him away. We ventured  a canary, -biit they kicked ba'   '  that.     I suggested some goldfish   b it  Mrs. Bliffkins said they reminded h-r  ������������������l swimming snakes.-    -..     ,,.  -   How did you finallv. agreeV     "'  -.Excellently,   ^.bought   her  one, of '  those Mexican jumping bean's. -, It's "  cute as it can - be.   '"Say, Clara," get  our   little  Pedro  and 'make  him   do -'���������������������������*"  some of his stunts.���������������������������St. Louis Itepub- -  lie. ' .    -r  placed his hand on that officer's thigh  "   to draw-iris- attention.        ,-.     '---���������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.  ���������������������������ypfDoh't puryo'urhand'th'ereFexclaim-  ed -Graham,' --wincing" under' cue pain?  ..There'.s-a jingle-ball lodged in,my kg.  - ; It was the "first notice he had taken  .of .the  wound.   ,ff  -   , ���������������������������\, '        "      ,.  X . '-X- JJPICTUR-E  MARRIAGES    '   A  ;,, /Much Interest'is" taken in'Japan "in  what have comedo be. known as "pic-  n ture .���������������������������marriages.'/ " Marriages in Ja-  1 pan are customarily ,., contracted  .. through -third parties, but in the case  of .the "picture marriages," which has  . become the exclusive mean's "of arranging-   matrimonial    ventures-   be-  waters along the coast is that"they  .are usually^accpmpanied\byra-school  ������������������J: r sea-; devils,; great, sea- monsters'* frequently,   weighing'; as.much as;4,500  pounds each.   -One of them when liar-'  'pooned has.been-known-to.drag twenty boats,, hitched tandem; each carrying two-men.' ���������������������������"* '        .       ,   .   -,  ;- ,Such  aV experience  came -two "or  three years ago at Aransas Pass to a  ���������������������������.party,'-of, '.fishermen    among " whom  were   John' .W-7 Robbins   then'  state  treasurer;'_ W. - G~. V Sterrett,    present  state ..game, fish and" oyster commissioner; and J. W: Maxwell,, of Austin,  a noted big game hunter-and-fisherman. -They .were- fishing -just- off -the  little/town of Tarpon - when- a  , It' has .been - discovered, that' kerosene lamps can be'lighted with much  greater facility! '"especially when' a  high wind is blowing if "the wick  is turned-about-half,an inch-or more  above the top of the burner "and then  ~���������������������������..0...0    u,��������������������������������������������� uuumai     ventures- -De-   "-">;;"������������������>" ui   laipuii    wnen~  a    seal hpfe-M hofAm etJw_i..���������������������������.'"+i.' -1 3i t'10^,  tween  girls  in  Japan  and'-" Japanese   ?evil  of extraordinary  size  came to  Sf,Tl^Ztf^S**?*���������������������������^ ���������������������������  Recently, a^number of Chinese, children have,been found in the'streets'  of Paris and taken before the" magistrates as vagabonds. Thesechildren  were brought to'France by_showmen  to .perform as acrobats. . After-a, few  month*, their,performances having' lost  ���������������������������their: novelty arid :ceas"edVto---attrapt,-  the manr.gers" abandoned, ttieiii. They  have been"-1 taken*to the'Chinese Legation to-be- sent^home.-i--But "they  don't want "to -go home." The; beautiful' city; of Paris is more to their  liking.   , -.%     -        -- \ . :��������������������������� -���������������������������   -,. y. .  >yas  affected. -   At last  when" I  felt  ,that my case was almost hopeless I  was advised to try Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills.    "The .result"of-this treatment  was that T_ am    now, enjoying   such  comfort as I had not known for years,  and only- ^hos'e   who    have   suffered  from neuralgic pains can realize what  a blessing the Pills"have been'to me."  vit you are suffering from any blood  or nervous-disorder ���������������������������begln    to   cure  yourself to-day    with"  'Dr.'/,Williams'  Pink Pills,',- which -you can get; from  ,-any-medicine dealer, or by:mail at 50  cents; a , box, or- six^ .boxes ,for������������������ $2.50  from The.'Dr. Williams' Medicine Co %  Brockville,"Ontr'*-!''"-��������������������������� - -'     :-.".-^'-*  '- The  Canton-Macao  railwav,  China  ' has- already been surveyed, and ��������������������������� it is \  'probable, that construction-work will ;:-  ,beccommenced ,in,the.: near > future'���������������������������"-  .Starting at Fa ti,. across , the- Sikiang    .'  -river from Canton,' the ,line will .run' ''  almos^ due   south" through' the'-dis-    ':  tricts of Shuntak "arid^ Heungshan -to   -  .the-bemndary o!-r the "Portuguese .coI-> A  ony   of  Macao.     .This' line   wiU'.be"'-  about seventy miles    long   and- will.'V.  ���������������������������penetrate^ one - of the'richest districts'"  ofj.south China:       J  "   zr^. y: ,,  y ",'Z  Sir -  \Vr/l  \5XX,  .'- Z-Xi  y/-.*:?  V-'A,Jr?i  men in Hawaii, or on the far side, o'f   the , s"rface ."near .one  of  the   boats  the Pacific, portraits of the girls are  sent In batches to emigrant bachelors  for their consideration and selection  plays the chief part.'- rly'   -  Picture   marriage   was   introduced  A- boatman sank" a harpoon" deep into j  its body,  the harpoon/being secured  to the boat by-a line.     The sea devil  'made.off atlightning speed.   "As the)  boat to which,it was attached passed'  '.:-:SHAKESfEARE;-EXHIBITION^.  ;-.,At,-;the-v~Shakespeare- exhibition- at  .���������������������������������������������������������������':!'s.,Court there-is^a golden^book  guarded bytan attendant-;, in brown  Elizabethan,habit. ',' Herein-more or  less distinguished- visitors to "Sliake-  .speare's- England"'are Mnvited '"to fin-  scribe thei/-autographs, and many,in-'  teresting people, from,"all. parts of-the  world have, already done so. ' - The  other, day Mr.' Winston Churchill-was  prevailed,upon- to.write his name'in  this book���������������������������whichihas,as the first name  in it that of. Queen .Alexandra, "followed immediately by the" autograph  of. her sister,--the-.Empress Marie'o'f  Russia.-- On -the ��������������������������� first -page, also,  among other .autographs,-are those of  Princess  Victoria,   Prince  Arthur  of  ;-In a predicament :it": sometimes'''hap-;V/?  pens_,that..a .woman's-}uintuitlqn.:-ig'~r'"  ^worth ,niore,than- the' reasoning of ia**-^-'^  tdozen;men;Ci.'>" ;'-���������������������������">''*,'f.'i".^)). '���������������������������*;//: V/-/-'-/  i-i^^i ">---. sr_i*u   ~i ���������������������������<-TTi ���������������������������*-*-'��������������������������� zz ky*r ~.\.r,^fu^f'^���������������������������r.~������������������_j---*'-v^>_r  L.i-^51  ._^:;:L_t|  ~py -  some four or five years ago,'but it has   the"boats each' threw a line, and twen-      Desperate Case���������������������������Mrs  Scrappy���������������������������Did  grown,,surprisingly -since' 1910.   and   *���������������������������>' boats carrying 40 men were towed   you see\this, John?     Woman S-un-'  about 200 girls are now sent in .this  way to America "every month.     The  ' ^greatest, activity is in the' spring and  '��������������������������� in April of last year the number of  _; girls sent exceeded 400.  by the giant animal.     They had stuck   Can't Talk! Puzzles Doctors!  to it for six hours, when it headed out  toward the ocean. Then the men  raised the signal of distress and* a  life-saving crew on Harbor Island rowed out and shot the monster.  '  N.  y M)\)hs' /y  ', KI D N EYX-  '^BETr5  f  Sovereign  TRADE MARK REG. '  Sheathing Felt  ' contains no oil or tar. It is clean,  odorless, waterproof, germ and  vermin   proof and   practically  indestructible.    Makes houses  draft-proof, easy to heat,_ and  comfortable   In  any   weather.  Ask your dealer to show you  ���������������������������a sample, or write for sample  - and Booklet to the 82  Sole Canadian Manufacturer!  THE STANDARD PAINT CO.  o������������������ Canada, Limited,  Hontrtal, Wiunlpeu. Calgary. Vancouver,  SHE   SAW   HER   FINISH  -,A widower belonging to a country  village lately led to the altar a fourth  bride. . After the honeymoon the hap-  py couple- settled down in his home,  and, as the'surrounding country was  new to the lady, she was anxious to  visit all the places of interest in the  locality. Among the spots visited  was the village churchyard, and there  -the husband and wife paused"before^a  very, elaborate tombstone, the property of the bridegroom. The bride, being a .little short-sighted,1 asked him  to read' the inscription. In solemn  tones he read: . \  Sacred to the memory of Ann, beloved   ,:ife of John���������������������������;  also Jane, beloved wife of John���������������������������; also Mary, beloved wife ..of John���������������������������  He stopped abruptly  will  not  cause  the  lamp  to "smoke  but w,ill make lighting a simpler mat-    _���������������������������    ..���������������������������,   J.111IUB   _.,_���������������������������_   _,  fraVf ti n^keMSelVe isf-allord to ������������������t-   Connaught.' Lord Howe and lS& Ri  urate thoroughly the top of the wick   pon    -    ' *"u Lau',ttl  by. this method.,;-. .     . ' -- . '    "T    ���������������������������  ~ .   -    Chief Justice Story, attended a "pub-  he dinner at Boston,at which Edward  Everett was present.     Desiring to pay  a delicate^compliment.to the latter,  the learned judge' proposed, as a volunteer toast: "      - . -     ,  "Fame-follows   merit   wher   Everett  goes.   '                             . yy  Z The brilliant-scholar rose and  re-  sponded4=-To-whatever^heights==ju^ic?=  laUlearning m^ attain in this'country, it will never get above one story.  .The applause which followed lasted  for twenty minutes.  Scrappy���������������������������Mary, a woman's tongue  that can't talk would puzzle more Irian  doctors.���������������������������Life.  .DUBIOUS^  About What Her Husband Would Say  A Mich, woman, tried Postum because coffee disagreed with her and  her husband. Tea is just as harmful  as coffee because it contains caffeine  ���������������������������the eame drug found in coffee. She  writes: '     N  "My husband was .sick for three  years with catarrh of the bladder and  palpitation of the heart, caused by  coffee.- -Was- unable1 to'work" at all  and in bed part, of fhe time.  I '���������������������������had stomach trouble,1* was weak  and fretful so I could not attend to  my housework���������������������������both of us using coffee all the time and not realizllno- it  waa harmful. ������������������  One morning the -grocer's wife  said she believed coffee was the  cause of onr trouble and advised  Postum.     I took it home rather dub  JIHlONfi INjrGHf?  r     .A. /. ~) _ 's \ ,    ��������������������������� '   - i-T   '-,   j       .%���������������������������*  x- m "^-   ^i *j.? ^^.^.^i^  CATARRH/ ANb'.>EAK������������������TH ROAT-  ���������������������������:l NOW CURED.WJTHOU.TrSWAL-";^  ,   UOWING,OANGEROUS.DRUGSX/Tziz  By/^reathing^the^S^thing^^eanng;^  Vapor of Catarrhozone All Throat   7, '.":  - ���������������������������__,;;_. antl, Catarrhal....Trouble. isr 'i'Z-'._y  "  "    i -'-*   Quickly Cured- i'A/'   XrA'''  A It's1 simply wonderful to-think^o'w* '"-,  quickly, av bad. .throat" or, catarrh cau     '  be  cured  with    Catarrhozone.. ,  lti,"\  rich balsamic .vapor, is carried "aiona'"���������������������������-- "  with  yie* breath   intci  the-innermosiv,; .  recesscs-of the lungs,.bronchial tubes "   v  and chest,-makingcitUmpossible-Tor" ���������������������������"'"'  the germ of any disease to live. Thu������������������  "'''  soreness in the chest is at once alte'   '  viated���������������������������phlegm is loosened and ejec- - -  ted   from .   the ' throat," old-standiria      '-  coughs are removed.- - ��������������������������� -���������������������������  "I  suffered from an  Irritable weak  throat for, three.. years._J_had_a-������������������r ' - '  v.Ji"'Pg?|  AcAb'M  ���������������������������ii-ZzFl$tAl  A' i^/-\  - ������������������������������������������������������ -;--��������������������������� c'\  J -\r^L^r, rt_\.l  /A/./i'/A  \ --.- y'z I  :'-.   -\!'  y���������������������������~  X  THE   PATIENT'S   RETORT  Doctor���������������������������Well, I hope you profited-by  my  advice?  Pal lent���������������������������Yes, doctor; but not so  much as you did. - ^     y  Madge���������������������������I thought you liked Charlie  better than Jack.  Marjorie���������������������������But   Jack   has . proposed.  The Scotchmen are the heaviest on  tho average of all British subjects.  vere cough, pain over the eyes,, con  stant bad taste in" my- mouse, and  noises   in   my   ears. , It   was   chronic  Ca.t-a7h:-��������������������������� !yloth,n9 gave permanent  .relief till I used Catarrhozone. .|n  one hour it relieved, and in a few  .weeks-drove all trace of catarrh from  my system.  \     "TIJHOTHEUS A. SALMON.' ;'  , i\o. 6. Lopez street,-Kingston. .Ta "   ,  REMEMBER    THIS-You  .breathe  CatarrhozoiiG-aiid- it-will - cure���������������������������any-  throat, chest or bronchial cold. Large  size, guaranteed; costs ?L00. and lasts'  two  months;   smaller sizes, 25c. and  50c.      Beware  of  imitations  and   in-'  sist on "CATARRHOZONE," only  By  mail from the Catarrhozone Co.   Buffalo," N.Y., and Kingston, Out. ���������������������������  What are the words beneath? inno-   ious  what  my, husband  would  sav���������������������������  cently. asked the lady, and her horror  can be imagined when he read: ���������������������������  Be ye also readv.  BETTER  BEGIN  ON  THE  PALINGS  Miss   Margaret   Lindsay    Williams  who has won the gold medal of the  Royal Academy which carries with it  a   travelling   scholarship   of  $200,   is  the Chi istian World states, the daughter of a deacon of Barry  Congregational church-      She is the youngest  artist   ever   to   attain   this   high   distinction, and it is interesting that her  first  rude  efforts  iu   art  vero  made  on bchUf of a bazaar for the building  fund   of  Barry  church.      Ten   years  ago, a������������������  a girl of thirteen, she bogged  her fa-*her fo let her paint something  for  the  sale.      Bettor  begin   on   thc  front palings, was her father's joking  reply to the girl who this year had a  fine picture on tho line in the Acad  he was fond of coffee  "But I took coffee right off the  table and 'we haven't used a cup of  it since. You should have seen the  change in us. and now my husband  never complains of heart palpitation  any more. My stomach trouble  went away in two weeks after I began Postum- My children love it  and it does them good, which can't  be saiu of coffee.  "A lady visited\us who was usually  lulf sick. I told hor, I'd make her a  cup of Postum. She said it \was  tasteless stuff, but she watched me  make it, boiling it thoroughly for IS  minutes, and when done she said it  was splendid. Long boiling brings out  thc flavour and food quality." Name  given by Canadian Postum" Co., Windsor, Out.  Look in pkgs. for the famous little'  book, "The Road to Wellville."  Ever   read   the   above   letter?       A  _W1_______ 905  p V������������������ n 'S now a(1-|UclSC'l "gold med-, new one appears from time to tfme  a ns������������������������������������������������������the first student of her year} They are genuine, true, and ful" of  i\t the* Academy of Art School. human Interest. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 25, 1913  OF    CANADA  Psid-up Capital. Reserve Fnnd CO Q^CZ (\[\(i  and Undivided Prollis (Over) <f090i09VV\9  Total Assets (Over)    ������������������69,000,000  A Network of Branches  Throughout the West  In the three Prairie Provinces  tliere are over 395 Branches of thc  Union Bank of Canada���������������������������and the  Head Office is now in Winnipeg.  This means an exceptional  banking service for the Western  business men, farmers, ranchers,  grain buyers, miners and everyone  else who earns and handles money.  If you live far from town, bank,  with us by Mail.   It is convenient  aud very satisfactory'.'  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  AN    EXPLANATION  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Wharf at Summerland, B.C."  will be received at this office until  4.00-P.M., on Tuesday, October 21,  1913, for the construction of a Wharf  at Summerland, B. C.  Plans, specification and form of  "ontract can be seen and forms of  tender obtained at thi6 Department  and at the officesY of F. W. Aylmer,  Esq., District Engineer, Chase, B.C.,  and on application to the /Postmaster  at Summerland, B.C.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed "with their actual signatures, stating their occupations,and  "places of residence. In the case of  firms, the actual; signature, the nature of the occupation; and place- of  residence of- each member of the firm  t must be given.  Each tender must be . accompanied  'by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable - to the ��������������������������� order "of. the  Honourable the ' Minister " of Public  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)  of the amount of the tender, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the.work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.  R.  C.  DESROCHERS,    ''  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa,  September 16, 1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for  this advertisement if they insert it  without authority  from  this Deptwt-  Editor The Enderby Press.  Dear Sir:   May I ask    the   use    of  your columns in making the following  explanation:   As   you    are    aware,  I  advertised an auction    sale  of dairy  stock to take place on Saturday, the  13th inst.,  at Kelowna,    and neither  I nor the cattle turned up.     Now the  facts are:    fl)  I    arranged   the sale  with the owner and    advertised it in  the usual way. -   (2) When it was too  late to either prevent the appearance  of the advertisement or to notify the  prospective    buyers   and    so prevent  them coming, I received    notification  from the man    in   charge,  and later  the owner, to the effect that the cat-  tie had    been    sold   privately.     The  blame for this is placed by the owner  on his man,    who,    he   says, had no  authority  for   so    selling.     However  the case may be, and apart from my  own interest    in   the    matter, I feel  that a very    serious   breach of faith  has been committed,    and, naturally,  as the auctioneer, I have boen blamed  This is especially    unfortunate,  as,  coming closely    upon    the change of  date of the recent Provincial Government sale of dairy    stock from Aug.  22nd to  Aug.    29th, I    was also accredited    with    that    variation.    ' In  stating that in    neither instance was  I able to do anything to prevent the  inevitable    disappointment  which  or-  curred  to   prospective    buyers,  I am  assured that    those   who  did attend  will exonerate    me   from  any charge  of unbusinesslike methods.  Yours truly,  E. ALBERT ORCHARD,  Vernon, B.C., Sept. 15, 1913.  WANT ADS  STRICTLY FRESH EGGS For Sale.  Guaranteed. At current market  rates; two deliveries a week. Also  limited supply of table poultry.  Terme strictly cash. Miss Simpson,  Enderby, Box 176.  HORSES  FOR  Enderby.  SALE.���������������������������G.  Murdock,  FOR SALE���������������������������Buff Orpington, Barred  Rock (H.E.Waby's strain) White  Wyandotte cockerels. Apply, Miss  Simpson, Box 176, Enderby.  <VE ARE taking orders for fall delivery of wood. Hurry your orders  in. Birch, 18-in.; fir, 16 to 24-in.  Also wood cutting. Full 4-foot cord  cut to lengths stated above and  sold as cord. Bogert & Adsitt, Enderby.  ���������������������������TrTent"^="46748T  The   Armstrong  G reenhouses  Floral. Work of all.kinds.  to order  Bouquets     Sprays  Wreaths  and Cut Flowers  Rush Orders by return  Alwyne Buckley  PHONE     ARMSTRONG    11 1  SHUSWAP  & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both  ways from  Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South  bound  read down  30.20   (Lv)  10.51  STATIONS  11.05  11.19  11.45  11.53  12.03  12.30  12.50 (Ar)  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  Sisamous  Jet  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  North  bound  read up  (Ar)  17.35  16.50  16.34  16,19  15.50  15.42  15.30  15.05  (Lv) 14.50  JNO. BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  LOTS  OF MONEY  Sir William Mackenzie, the most  successful borrower of money in all  Canada, is home again from the Old  Country. He raised thirteen million  on his last trip, all of which goes into the  Canadian    Northern  Railway  "Money!"-, exclaimed Sir William  in an interview, ".ol course there"is  money to be had. , Times hard ? No  danger. Real estate has had a set_  back and will continue to labor under a disadvantage, I think. But for  legitimate business enterprise there  is capital available up to any" reasonable amount.'i   .  He went on to point out that the  Canadian Northern had built 840  miles of road since January 1, 1913.  Most of this was main line. "I expect," he said, "that Toronto and  the Rockies will be linked up by C.  N. R. before the year is out. There  are only a few miles remaining to be  completed between Port Arthur and  Sudbury."  OR SALE���������������������������Pure cider vinegar, 30c  per- quart; $1 per gallon. Special  quotation * by the barrel. Sweet  cider, 40 cts per gallon. Geo. R.  Lawes, Enderby Heights.  FOR  SALE���������������������������Heavy horses..    Okanagan Saw Mills, Enderby, B.C.  We  have  added  the  Columbia  Instruments  and Records  to our stock  Reserve your orders for Toys  for the Children. We will  have in stock for Christmas  the finest line of Dolls, Toy  Novelties, etc., ever shown  in Enderby, at popular prices.  IF YOU have any insurance to place;  Fire, Life, Accident, Disease, Automobile, Liability, Bonded; see me.  Best companies, best -values, best  attention. House for sale at reasonable price; modern and nearly  new; favorably situated. Enquiries welcomed. Jas. Mowat, Bell  Block, Enherby.  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking parlors to the Matthews house, on Clifl Sti, west of  George.  We are sole  sweaters, and  Bros.  agents for  Stanfield's  have   the goods.  Dill  FOR SALE���������������������������4-room cottage, bungalow type, with 1 to 5 acres bearing  orchard,   attached. Also several  blocks of 5 to 10 acres; fruit and  : alfalfa land.. Apply to owner,-Geo  , R. Lawes,  Enderby   Heights. -   -   tf  FAMILY SEWING���������������������������Dressmaking, and  pressing and cleaning,-promptly at-  - tended to by Miss Lena Carlson, in  the. Crane building, next to City  Hall, Enderby.  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Gardener, landscape and  jobbing gardener.  COTTAGE and two lots for sale;  cheap for cash, or terms arranged  to suit.     C. G. 'Piper, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������Well-built brick house;  filled cable, etc. Good concrete cellar; half acre garden; adjoining two  streets; $2,200 cash; $2,300 on time;  (3 years.) See me for owner's address.     C. G. Piper, Enderby.  We will offer a straight  discount of 25 per cent, on  any or all of our Men's &  Boys' Suits. We have in  stock 180 suits, all standard quality. Absolutely  no reserve at this discount  price.   Come Early.  Poison Mercantile  Company, Enderby  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  Agtnt bIbo for Church and Parlor OrgMUia  Also Fire and Life Insurance  Oflice in BELL brick block  Enderby Ag-tnt  You will find  Millinery Styles absolutely  correct at MUNRO'S  OUR MRS. WATSON HAS RET URNED FROM    HER    STYLE TRIP  TO THE AMERICAN    AND COAST OPENINGS,   AND     IS   PREPARED  WITH THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN HATS AED TRIMMINGS.  Our Low Cash Prices  .MAKE BUYING EASY AT MUNROS       -  Mrs. Watson's trimming experience in Chicago and. Cleveland, U.S.A.  ensures high class.style and 'workmanship.   .  MUNRb9Cb.A^  THE DRY GOODS    SPECIALISTS  CONTRACT OH  AND  BUILDERS  ^^sp.AtSjy  <v?* : ENDERBY, B. C.       _      ^cAv  estimates  cheerfully  furnished  Furniture  and Household Goods  V*  Carpets, Linoleums and Wicker Goods. ,  Picture Framing and Upholstering.;  Undertaking and Embalming  THE  ALWAYS  UNIFORM FLOUR  aaaaaaaaa " '    ���������������������������'���������������������������" ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������< ���������������������������sssssssssssssBsa  Maintain! its HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY.   Each  Sack contains flour that will act like the last sack and  always give you GOOD results in BREAD baking. We  exercise no end of CARE in CLEANING aud WASHING  wheat, and also in milling our Moffet's Best Flour. This  all meani iueceM to the baker.  YOUR   GROCER   SELLS   IT  If   ht   does not,   call   up   our   office,    'Phone   41.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  If prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer   blocks,    cement ' brick,  lawn  rases,  peer   blocks,   chimney blocks  also lime and cement.   ,  Leave orders early.  Enderby, B. 0.  CHANGE OP COPY  Copy for all changes of advertise,  naents in the Press should be in this  office on or before Tuesday noon to  ensure the change being made. We  cannot _ guarantee a change if this  rule is not complied with.  The Walker Press.  Afternoon tea and evening tea will  be served at Joe's. When down  town take advantage of it in his  cosy tea parlor. Thursday, September 25, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  NO ALUM  ; PLAINLY*7  .PRINTED <  L5LEWHITE5T,  Special Prize List of the Fall Fair  to be Held at Armstrong, Oct. 9-10  BAM������������������  -PROFESSIONAL  G.  i L. .WILLIAMS:-.'  Dominion and   .  Provincial.Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  " -      ,   Office hours: ��������������������������� Foranoon, 9 to 10:30  ���������������������������   .,  ���������������������������"���������������������������* **  '   Afternoon, 3 to'4 ,"  Evening, 6.30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment   ~  Office: Cor. ClifT and'George Sts.       - ENDERBY  SECRET SOCIETIES  AiF.*A.M.  Enderby Xodgre 'No. 40.  rttigular.- meeting-?' first  Thursday on 'driafter'the  full moon at 8 p. m. jn Oddfellows .Hall. Visitihg  brethien cordially invAed.  >,H. E. BLANCHARD,  *��������������������������� W.M.  WALTER ROBINSON  "'���������������������������_'" Secretary  JLA&QMi  iyy\~. ���������������������������������������������-    - -r.j.      t  ^S/: Eureka L'odge^No; 60 *  - _> MuetBJevcry Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. 0.  ," O. P. hull, Metcalf, block:" Visiting brothers nt-  -���������������������������"���������������������������   ways- welcome.-    , "GEO. BELLAMY.   N. G.*  '/Zhr-~   /'-"'   -,--- '-~~ VHOWARD LOGAN. V;G.  yy  A-y-Z' -A^'zr   ' *     R. E. WHEELER, Sec'y. .  ��������������������������� ti "-- ' ���������������������������   , .' y '������������������������������������������������������ J- , sr, J.-B. GAYLORD. Treas.'.-  ENDERBY LODGE  y -,, ��������������������������������������������� >i.S6jK. of P., ; ' -  i-.Ij. "i Meetslevery Montfiiy.'evening  g&-   in K.of P. Hall."* Visitors cor-  ?y3r\ "dially invited to attend.-  ,   -,      T. E."R0DIE?C.'C.   "���������������������������  ,. ���������������������������--.- C. E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  >  ���������������������������-: , * \   c. .JOHN BURNHAM-M.F.";,  j Hall suitable forConcerts. Dances and all public  entertainments. . For rates, etc., address,-���������������������������'  .  "   ' " ZZZ.    - TrE.-RODIE;Enderby  '.5 x ..political:: /. -  Enderby: , conservative  '   -'  ASSOCIATIONS zy ;  J. L: RUTTAN, ; X-H-M- WALKER  President: -A.   v .--^Secretary. .'  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them.' Oui* cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers from  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,   :  Enderby, B. C.  FOR SALE  No. 1 Seed Wheat, Timothy  and Alfalfa Hay. For further particulars apply to���������������������������  F. R. E. DeHart  Kelowna' * '      '       B.C.  -or-N.-E.  Landon,  on the ranch  Enderby  Mr. W. Burrell���������������������������Best foal'of 1913,  sired by. "Martin."'  lst $5, 2nd $3.'  Spallumcheen Farmei's' Institute-  Best heavy 'draught mare and two of  her progeny, under"4 years old: Silver  Cup.   (Cup to 'be .won 3 tinies).  E. T. Abhott���������������������������Best heavy draft  colt of 1913,'pipe valued-at"$2.50.  C. B.r Christian���������������������������Best single driver,  whip' valued $5.00.. J  Jamcs:,Bell���������������������������-Best'coltvof 1913 sired  by.his percheron    stallion-"Isencie."  $25.   ;5_     4^7 z     >  = Bank ,pf Montreal���������������������������Most points    in  divisioriiiy^/A^y T-W ] -���������������������������  W. M/.Tpwnsend���������������������������Three Wst,'Dairy  cows, "any breed-or^breeds.'Exhibited-  By ;a' member of B.C! .Dairymen's "As-  sociationj"'$10.  *    "  Best registered- Dairy cow, $5:  "'Two best -pure-bred calves (dairy  htm in) under 1 year old. Registered  or eligible for registration lst $6.50.  2nd $3.50. " r  -Best 'grade Heifer "calf, sired.-by  ''O'canagan Prince."-. 1st-$5, 2nd .$3.  B:C." Dairymen's Association���������������������������Best  gallon of --.milk exhibited in 'one^half  gallon and two quart'or four ' quart  bottles, lst, -Spring-dial-scale and  sanitary 'milk pail; 2nd, Spring-dial  scale; 3rd, Sanitary- milk pail. -  Armstrong *&  Caldwell���������������������������Best heifer  calf, $5."  '_. '-:..'- ";    *    -    '-'  _ -  - W.'-H-.? Keary���������������������������Best fyearlihg ���������������������������'liull/  .(registered)    -calculated    to improve  type qf .dairy? cattle; $5.00: X: _  ;.'Bank of Hamilton���������������������������Most points, "in  division-2,, $5. ,rv     -. A ' .;    1 *> .  . Gepv"-Murray���������������������������Most,, points* division.  3,"r;lst,-$3f 2nd .$2. _.. T. _/- zA 1/ V,  ��������������������������� W/-H. Keary���������������������������Best' - boar   '"<��������������������������� (baton-  strain) under i year' old;$2.50?" '//-  X77>?% - Sciiubert'-^Best;5 /Shropshire  iambs' $5.00."', 1*. *.- " '*'���������������������������   ���������������������������   .i -'-_-". - -z  --"Armstrong. Advertiser���������������������������Most'po'ints  divisi,on.'4;- l.s������������������;������������������3," pnfatfl. AX7jr', ^"~  '"���������������������������-V.^M.^To-wnsehd-^Best 'pair-of-Tou-'  louse geesie", $3ii~~ ;���������������������������-. ' yj. -'y r   ���������������������������  ; -Best ���������������������������pair;birds,-in-show^-rNortherh  X)jkanagan ._RoultE*y^;^ssbciaticin's^ cup.':  Geo.'C.;Lcmbke���������������������������Best'pen :6f - Leg-  Horns, any variety,,$2.50., Best'pen  'Rocks,-;any,variety', $2.50.".   " Z-y A\  /(Paultr'ymen) Best pen, heavy birds)  (chickens)'$5.---. y    ~ '' i ."/ .-_'..-."-  Best pen light; birds !(chickens) $5.  , AY E.~-Morgan_&7" Co.^-Most.. points  division 5/ goods'$5.00. ";. X~ ' 7 ' J  The ^ Columbia " Flour Mills���������������������������Best  loaf of bread-.- made'from" Moffe't't's  Best."'. 1st'2 49 pound sacks Moffett'i  Best;-2nd" 1-49-pound' sack .Moffett'.s;  BestT-T z-'   i ��������������������������� \ '���������������������������'- ^     -  ��������������������������� ~ \  - -"Alex!"1   Reid," " Es?i.���������������������������Best- loaf    of  bread, made-by girls -under. 16.    , 1st  $3,' 2nd $2. "-     ���������������������������',     :      '"     "   ' "  , "Society���������������������������Best loaf of bread in show  lst $3,' 2nd $2.  =_.J.oIinJEraser_=Most_.points=^dLv.ision.  6,\$5...-' '"A     ��������������������������� -" ;    -  -Exhibitors, in  butter    classes^   arc  notifiod that pound prints must weigh  a full pound; iY'found to "weigh    less  ���������������������������entry will be disqualified.  MacPhail-Smith Co.���������������������������Best loaf of  bread baked in..Chancellor range, 1st  $3; 2nd $2. '^ ' ' . " "'  L-Spallumchben���������������������������Parmers--Institute���������������������������  Best collection of vegetables: Silver  Cup.il (Cup to be won 3 times).,,  Day'cin & Jackson Ltd.���������������������������Best, white  potatoes,,fit for market; to be*.packed in a cratfe-'not less than 100 lbs.,  lst $.12.50, 2nd $7.50, 3rd $5.00.  W. H. Murray���������������������������Most points, division'7, agricultural implements $12.50  P. Bums, & Qo.���������������������������Best collection . oi  farm and ranch products to bje grown  and exhibited bjjiusers, of their fertilizers. Exhibitors to have used at  least., 5 sacks of - their brands this  season. Overgrown or otherwise abnormal specimens to be a, disqualification.-��������������������������� lst������������������10'Sacks of any-brand-'of  Dickson Land Co.���������������������������Best packed 5  boxes commercial apples, Silver Cup.  (Cup to bo won 3 times).  B.C. Department iof Agriculture-  Best 5 boxes packed aPPles (diagonal  pack) all layers except face wrapped;  no layer papers; fruit may be wiped;  cover need not . have been nailed,  down; five of fewer "varieties to .,be.  packed by pupils of.packing -school,  without assistance; open to 'pupils of  packing school' who -obtained 75 per  cent, or over at packdng schools' during winter months" 1912-13. 1st $15,  2nd,    $10.00;     '3rd,"   $5.00.      -  Apple packing contest���������������������������Entry 'fees,  $1; apples to be    packed diagonally;  each contestant to, pack 3, boxes; apples ,to b������������������ supplied ,by Society _ and  placed by disinterested person;   -contestants "to draw    for. places.   Score  Card���������������������������Speeds   20;    uniformity,    15;  alignment 10; bulge -**, 10; height    at  ends 10; firmness.    20; wrapping' 15;  total 100. ' To   secure' perfect    score  for speed must, pack 3 boxes' in    25  minutes.    Every three minutes longer  Twill-reduce'score It points.    If    not  Packed in one hour contestant--ruled  out.   Entries' t0 be'made before Saturday Oct/'4, to tHo secretary, of the  Society/ 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $5.  .Dr. Van-Kleeck���������������������������Largest .apple .in  show, silver cup/,(To'"be won 3 times)  Foreman & .Armstrong���������������������������Best" plate  of winter  apples,'^good's ,$5., /f<- ���������������������������  Clinton V Store .; Larkin^For most  points division 9; $5.:" ~,' ��������������������������� V ��������������������������� , .  S. B. Van Kleeck���������������������������Most points -"in  division 10,>;.$5.OO. 7y . . . A  -- A.-'Munro-.&jCo^vMbst Points division ir; $5? yy r- a 7-    . V  -.*. -  A Timber3ak* &; Son���������������������������Most 'points ;Mn"  work, children,under ltfl silver, brooch".-  :"Society���������������������������Best, collection - of-crochet  work;- not Jess^ith'ant-S pieces/.^5.'vV__ -  Z Bestrcollection'--hari(V"'i\vork ^done" ^ by  lad'iesl6ver"60/years"-of "age" $5."' -1 \. '  O.rMcPhersonT-Drawing   from mod1  els for the;'three rooms -upstairs A in'  Armstrong .Public "school and'^'-lirush  work- foi- the- three rooms "downstairs,  in.the^ same school.--'.'1st $2/2hd"$l,  inrboth .cases;   -. _/\ . J.\ .-.'.'-..//  "-"Points count:   Firsts  4," seconds" 3,i  thirds. 2.'-''In -classes 'where no   corn-  petition ,firsts Z2, .seconds".IJ, .thirds i.  -Attention -is-called -to '.errors" in thc  prize list,;"as"f6116ws:  '���������������������������"A../;   .  Family tick'ets'are $2.00 and entitle  holders -- to entrance" foreman,--, wife/  and aH'childrcn,under, 18" years of  age,-and' free -: entrance for exhityits  Avhere no entry fee is charged.      "   ,  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 - -   Rett,  $16,006,006  Hon'. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona .and Mount Royal G. O. Mk Q.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presif]en.,H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NBW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS������������������ BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from ?1 upwards, and interest allowed at f current, rat������������������s.  Interest credited 30th O'une and. 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH  A. E. Taylor, Manager  Co, Ltd.  "- .    ���������������������������-"      ;:        OF VANCOUVER/; B.C.;        Y~     z,.X~7  Carry only one grade.of NURSERY STOCK, and that THE BEST!;  There 'is-nothing, to approach TREES. GR^WN"-WITHOUT IRRIGATION.- -  They are hardier, sturdier, shaplier.-bretteri'calipereii' and" vastly superior  in "root system to irrigated..stock. .        " v'y~y ;-<     ��������������������������� -"       ,'' _/    s-^ -    -    ���������������������������  IsDft this the kind of. FRUIT ;AND~0 BNAMENTAL ,. .TREES; 'SHRUBS, -"  ROSES, etc., you want ?.....-'V. .   ���������������������������   XTj. p1   '(T1 'PfaVTIC^^     -  Ask our' local- representative,.   '-  -.    Z Xl. ��������������������������� X-i.   \Ja  XXctl 1 IB .  1 ���������������������������       ���������������������������-- -'-��������������������������� '��������������������������� z/^-y-   ' -*1' ���������������������������' to call on you.    He will be delighted;  airs.  ' c "Enderby as a- charming 'villiage jwith, eit  ., When Paddy Murphy;skopkd^the,snow-, of Sandon .-V  ; [[ ;dff,his"feet he came here, and -now. bwns.one bV~2  7i finest brick" tiotete in" the country;; ,Althoufi������������������i''H'v  :-*.('" Paddy is'an.Irishman foom.Michigan,' he.calls nis-" ^  . i<  hotel :the King-Edward.   In^addition-i.to'-. theiex- *' ,,  i cellence of the meals,-breakfast is, served up-to 10 * \>  "7^ .o'clock) which-isjan-added attraction f6r;tourists" 77a-  . Z. ��������������������������� ,  - '      ' '*"' Extract from Lowery'B Ladge.^' ���������������������������-   '-,*.,*"'--, ,V- -"-   ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-'  King Ekm^^M^^T^^  Xy.  - -z-^ti-f.-i'->'������������������������������������������������������:-,   -mW''&  l/'\ uZf-l\  '-Ji rt-yy-A  .  rg 45. , ^,-J I  tyyy^i;y  ' v'-': tyZZft-i. I  fi_������������������a|  ��������������������������� announce to,^^tKi^t^ies ^f Ehderby;  that she will be-; m! Poisoner^.Store,���������������������������  September; 25, \269127/\^s;&:vfull.  line of Trimmed������������������ Hate, Stylish and  ���������������������������-Up-t^Date:"v-:V^ :^^7/   ~<yX- :J;, ;.  ^1  (y\-'~* /^^XAftrfrk-zt  -^^^���������������������������^���������������������������^J/iAAA^J-^ztsy7^.  . SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  - \  i-Ooal mining rights ot the:Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,' the '-'Yukon.* Territory; thc  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British .Columbia,  may be-leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than **8,560 Nacres  will be leased,to one applicant.  - Application-"for a -lease-must be  made-by, the ,applicant in-person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  'In surveyed territory the land must  be described- by sections, or., legal  sub-divisions of sections) |and-'in un-  s'tirveyed *" territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out,by the-applicant himself. -  ���������������������������Each application must be accompanied by a fee for $5 -which will be  refunded if the rights applied for arc  aot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of'fiVe cents per ton.  -The person operating the, mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for   the ' full quantity ol  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE, AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE    ~J. \''X ���������������������������   Xi'7  j 'Fruit" Land      * '    Hay Land  , 1f   ,   -    ' Town Lots -  ���������������������������  Thc Liverpool & Lonc'on & Globe Ins. Co."  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.   ;-   .  London-Lancashire Fire Insurance Co"  Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept  ' The London & Lancafhire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.   - ,   "*   ... -  '-'���������������������������'-.       , **��������������������������� ,        ' i-  .   BELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY      "  Fix up your .'House, Barn,  ;   and Outbuildings  Here are   somo   specials in lumber while they las������������������ :  1  !  !  -No'.-2, 2x4,-per-thousand- % 13.00--.--���������������������������-   Cull Boards, per         5.00 per M  No. 2 Lath, per thousand ....'...'..     1.75  Shoift Cord Wood  ;     3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd; E���������������������������d������������������by  merchantable ..coal, mined .and pay tbe  cmw-.t-,,,- -io   i - t -,     -i       it   royalty thereon." 'if thVcoal mining  feitilizer, Vm\ o sacs of alny brand of )rights are   not   being operated, such  fertilizer, 3rd 3 sacks of any brand of returns should   be-furnished at least  fertilizer.    Judges" to exercise    their oQce a year  discretion'in the awarding or 'withholding of any of above prizes if quality or lao'c of competition do not  n-,cet their approval. - '���������������������������   .  W. 1-T. Keary���������������������������Best bale of    alfalfa  hay, $2.50.  W...R. Mogaw���������������������������Most points division  8, hand potato digger.  Spallumcheen   Farmers' Institute���������������������������'  Best  5    bpxeB    apples comrcicrciallj  packed: and grown by exhibitor: Silver  Cup.    (Cup to be won 3 times).  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may--be  permitted , to purchase', whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of'  the mine kt-the rate of ?10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication ol  this advertisement will not be paid for.  Opportunity Ifdr:a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt.edged originalprairie 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 yery profitable position.  Apply- . ,  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound y0urave  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parch-  Iment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS Thought is  a Force  1_] Thought is the force  with which we build.  That is creative thought.  And that is the kind of  thought put into Hobberlin clothes.  <J Hobberlin tailors are  experts. They study  every part of a garment  from first to last.  They are more than  mere students. They are  brain-trained shapers of  cloth. They mould garments with such exacting  care as to eliminate all  chances of error and  misfit.  Fall and Winter Lines  Now on Display.  Sole Agents  for Hobberlin  Tailoring  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 25, 1913  FENIAN RAID VETERANS  Nearly 1000 applications for Fenian  Raid bounties have 'been received and  paid off thus far by the finance department at Ottawa, and the end is  not yet in sight. On the contrary,  requests for the hundred dollar grant  continue in an unceasing stream, and  it may be some time yet before all  the veterans are awarded. At the  militia department no less than 35,-  000 applications for the grant-remain  to be reported upon.  Mr. E. M. Sandilands, formerly of  Sandon, was married in Vancouver  last week.  GRAVE  CHARGES MADE  DILL BROS.  ENDERBY B. C.  PRIVATE SALE  Set of chairs  ? 25.00  Dresser     18.00  Writing desk        8.00  Parlor Table       6.00  Rocker     10.00  Sideboard     15.00  Piano,   Stanley  225.00  Refrigerator       5.00  Table     15.00  Cook Stove    25.00  Rocker  f.     1.00  High Chair  50  Small Table       2.00  Chifloneer  f.   21.00  Washing machine        5.00  Couch      1.00  CHAS.   OPPERTSHAUSER  Mill and High Streets  THANKSGIVING DAT  The Ottawa Evening Journal states  that while the date of Thanksgiving  Day has not been officially considered  by the Government, it is understood  that it 'will shortly be fixed for the  second Monday in October. -  Men who appreciate a good fit and  quality in material,- wear-Hobberlin  clothes.     Dill Bros., agents. -  ,  Men's heavy wool work shirts.   Dill  Bros.  Grave charges of misconduct on the  part of city employees, and allegations of reckless extravagance on the  part of the City Council were made  in the report of the committee on  public works, which was submitted  to the Ratepayers' Association at its  regular monthly meeting at Vernon  last Friday night. The discontent  of the ratepayers centred on the conduct of City Superintendent John  Knight, says a report, who, it is  claimed, uses the city automobile for  his own private use. It was charged  that Mr. Knight uses , the city auto  night after night for "jcy rides,"  and on all Sundays and holidays for  picnics and P hunting expeditions for  the pleasure of himself and friends.  Mary had a little gown,   -  A hobble, says the rhyme, -**���������������������������  And everywhere that Mary went  Took quite a lengthy time.  Don't listen to the raven stories  about hard times this winter. Get  busy? get cash; and pay cash in the  local stores, and the hard times howl  will simmer to a whisper. ^  Free Stone  Preserving  Peaches  One Dollar  per Crate  W. J. Woods  All' accounts owing the Enderby  Trading Company are payable to W.  J. Woods.   r  I  fCJl  _=w���������������������������-!'  ENDERBY OPERA HOUSEf  Special  Guaranteed  Engagement  &8S%  .29  THE  VERSATILES!  (The Greatest Show  ever seen in Enderby)  Presenting the big Musical Comedy Hit  "UP THE RIVER  ������������������f  Reserved Seats, $1.00'; Admission, Adults, 75c; Children, 25c  Reserve your Seats to-day at the Drug Store. M  |  FOREST INSECTS    INCREASING  Mr: J. M. Swaine, of the Dominion  Forestry Department, who is.in-B. C.  at the present time conducting an investigation into the insect infections  of forests, reports, after, a thorough  investigation of conditions in the  Coast district, - that he. observed no  instances of particular damage being  wrought to the timber, yet there are  several places where ���������������������������the bark beetle  is slowly exercising a dominating in^  fluence, and [which," if not curbed in  time, may .result in _ the'permanent  destruction of considerable areas of  valuable timber.   '  Mr. Justice F. B. Gregory, judge of  the Supreme   Court,   "and   Miss Nan  Thompson,    daughter  of   Senator' F..  P.  Thompson,  of Frederickton,  N. B.  were married on. Sept. 17th.  i<, "*-  We    sell   ready-to-wear clothes an'd  you know you look right wheni fitted.  by us.    -Dill Bros.  A parcel post system will' be inaugurated all over Canada by. January 1st. j ��������������������������� '       "' y  REGISTERED. PLUMBER; ;  (certificate.) -Painter and Decorator,.  Box 74, Knderby.. ...  ���������������������������k4  _ ���������������������������;/% A |   .^r   They are the Best in quality, style and fit, and we are offering same,tt greatly reduced prices.  P^C AU5t   When in want of a Made-to-Measure Suit see our samples.   Satiifactwnjn every way guaranteed.  ������������������^_������������������^-**^-*-������������������-������������������-������������������-*p*������������������������������������^������������������������������������>������������������>*-*-*-*  ,^mmm*m++^-a<* in t ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������^���������������������������^  Fall & Winter Overcoats at 10 p4  v v.-  <��������������������������������������������� t ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������!���������������������������   Famous H. B. K. Make. 33 different  styles and qualities of leather to choose  from and we guarantee our prices against  , *'--fr.* ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_    all .competition.  Stanfield's,     Dr.  .Jaeger's,  .Wolsley's and Penman's���������������������������the  beet makes   at  the lowest  t  it I prices.  r-     ^~r i  IIIIII--'*  ***   ���������������������������"���������������������������" ���������������������������  ^smmmm*+++^-* mi ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^>������������������^������������������  D_^t_?   D AA������������������A������������������.C Quite a few took advantage of our offer  fjljy y JxCCr^Ji 5   la^t  WPPk     Only a few left.   Be sure. md. get one at our greatly reduced  ^^^        h     ������������������ _   .  _ _ _. . . -  --      _.-_.----..-...- ________ ���������������������������________________________________________u pf_*#M#������������������^i e>*s*ae ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I ���������������������������*"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  1  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  .���������������������������������������������itiii������������������������������������i������������������i������������������i������������������ii'������������������������������������������������������'  ^aaamamum m+-a-a~* ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������i^���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������  p|1 Buy a S  OlIUCO factur  Buy a Slater  manu-  er's  price and  have b h o e-  comfort.  Only   1  left.  Norfolk  style,  size 23,  Price, $9'40  Boys' Shirts  Heavy, for  fall and  Winter,    at lower  prices than  you can purchase from the large  department stores. These have  to go and our present prices will  move them.  Rubbers  Maltese Cross���������������������������the longest-  wearing kind���������������������������first quality only  SWEATERS & SWEATER COATS  Are moving fast.    Better drop in at once  before the best have been disposed of.  .  Gent's  Furnishings  BOB PEEL  SHOES  Enderby


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