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 I!  If  OZ<&^l������������������l*UL^-^&\sy.  WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every Thur������������������d  '      00:  ay at Enderby,.4ne Gate-Way of the famous Okanagaii,, Land of the Big Canadian Red Apple and the California of Canada  f' v^Jtered in the Post Office at Enderby, B^C, as second-class matter.  Volume 1.  M  V  IIY TIIK YKAK. ������������������������������������������������������'  r  ���������������������������iiijt"^���������������������������tun?; T1   ENb__RBV,-fi.*eHt>0CT0BER 1, 1908.  IIY TIIK COI'Y, BC.  Number 31.  Published every Thursday by The Walter Press, at Enderby, B. C.,,the  Gate-way City of the famous Qkanajp3h>V:ayey.p <j ������������������^      XZ> *  H.      M.      W _V J. Iv Kit;  Advertising rates on application.   Subscription, one year, $; six months, $1  Address all communications to-   THE WALKER PRESS, Enderby, B. C.  A blue pencil mark here indicates that your subscription is past due,  and the editor would like to retain your name on the roll of honor.  Pa says: "It's allays th' way wif them meek-faced people; you may as well pelt a bag o' feathers as talk to 'em"  jT^HERE were many features about the  FROM ONE MAN'S POINT OF VIEW  IN the Prince Rupert Empire of Sept. 19th  appears one of the strongest arraignments of th _ saloon traffic ever written  by John Houston. It is written in endors-  ation of Prince Rupert's efforts to keep the  liquor men out of Prince Rupert. Editor  Houston tells us that there are over fifty  applications on file for licences to sell liquor  at Prince Rupert, and then he asks, ' Why  are men so eager to sell something that  tends to degrade those who use it, and the  selling of which is opposed by nine out of  ten of the residents of Prince Rupert? . . .  The sale of liquor at retail will increase the  size of the future city's police force, the  size of its prisons, and the number of its  paupers; for liquor drank in Prince Rupert \ grounds Friday,  will have the same effect as liquor drank  in San Francisco and Seattle aric[ Victoria  and^Vani_ouv^ will have  I Armstrong Fall Fair that made it the  most creditable our sister town has  held. The display of fruit and fancy work  and the individual exhibit by A. Buckley,  were magnificent; the exhibit of horses was  also splendid, embracing 200 entries. The  vegetable display has been better; also the  cattle and hogs. These divisions showed  the quality but not quantity, there being  few entries. There were some splendid  entries in the poultry division, but as a  division it was poor. On the whole, the  fair was a decided success. But there are  many improvements that could be made.  One of these is important. If the fair is  advertised as a two-day fair it should be a  two-day fair. The judging should be finished the evening of the first day, and the  second day should be enlivened. by music  and sports. Though this was advertised to  be a two-day fair, it was only a one-day  fair. The exhibition building was not  opened until late in the evening of the first  day, and some of the judging was not finished at 5 o'clock in the evening of the  second day. These suggestions may or  may not be deemed important, but they are  the echo  of  many  voices  heard on the  lEILisLminejonLj^  I live it; what I make of it will de-  a place in history, even though it behandi- j ~*~* pend upon my conception of it. What  capped by legislation in the interest of j is true of the individual is true of a com-  brewers of beer and distillers of whiskey, j munity of individuals. We make ourselves  It will go down through the ages with a j what we believe we ought to be; we will  distinction all its own. Prince Rupert is j make our town what we believe it ought  the one city that has been started without j to be no matter where we live���������������������������if we live  the aid of the sellers of intoxicating liquors, ; to the limit of the light we have. The  and it is the one city on the Pacific Coast j reason for this or that individual's failure,  in which no crimes have been committed or this or that community's stagnation, is  and in which no person goes hungry." It always to be found in our failure to live  has been said that the hardest hitter of up to the light we have. Our vision be-  the liquor industry and liquor selling is the   comes darkened;   we do not see the oppor-  man who sells it over the bar, or the man  who knows from personal experience what  the drinking of booze will do. John usually  knows what he's talking about, and in this  matter of liquor selling he is very positive  because���������������������������he knows.  tunities as they come. They pass us. We  see them grasped by other individuals and  communities who are carried upward by  them. We complain of our ill luck. What  we really need is the coppered toe of a stiff  boot w'eil placed. WALKER'S WEEKLY,  ���������������������������n  NEWS IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN AND DISTRICT  Mrs. F.   Pyman is visiting at I day against the By-law granting  Vancouver.  The L. 0. L. has moved from  the Bell block into the hall of the  Evans block over the harness  shop.  . A. Fulton has added, to his  stock the finest display of ranges  and granite ware ever shown in  Enderby.   0  Rev. John Leech-Porter will  return this week from the coast,  and will conduct the usual services at Enderby and North Enderby, Oct. 4th.  W. Arthur Battye, the only  authorized tuner of the Mason &  Rische Piano Co. for this district,  will be in town in a few days.  Orders may be left at King Edward Hotel.  The Merry Widow hat has  been shelved. The Merry Widow  po'cket handkerchief is now the  rage. It is a bifurcated instrument of Nemo parts.. Nemo  means dreamy. "  J. C. Dagg can show second  crop potatoes from his Enderby  garden that weigh three-quarters  of a pound each. The first crop  was dug the first week in July  the Okanagan Telephone Co. a  25-year franchise to do business  in Enderby.  The following Enderbyites left  for New Westminster last Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, Mr.  mounds and attractive flower  beds about the playing fountain,  in the mythical station garden  were crowded by happy Edenites  radiant with delight.  Residents of the Mable Lake  Valley, think there is nobody who  and Mrs. A. Baird, Mr. and Mrs. i can repair a wagon road like  Bailey, Miss Salt, Mrs. J.Martyn, \ Wm. Hancock. The road leading  ������������������* W. Wheeled W. Boyer, R. | to Enderby from this district is  Bailey, R.   Wheeler,   R.   Crane, in splendid condition.  Geo. Hale.  W. T. Holtby has rented the  large store room in the Fulton  block and will move his furniture  Claude P. Jones, the Vernon  architect, whose professional card  appears in another column, " desires the people of Enderby to feel  She new part this week. Mr. that he is just as much at the  SoC^s q^ckly won the pat- disposal of a client here as he is  fonage of furniture buyers, and j to his clients in Vernon A nicely  striving hard to give the best designed building, .^ no more  possible service i than a poorly arranged one, and  possible sei vice.    . ! when selling day comes, if one  If the Armstrong sports com- j ^.^ to ^ tfae QWner realizes  mittee which handled the base-1 }      nd is     ofes.  ball games on July 1st, does not  deliver the trophy that was  played for, to the winning team,  the interest in future games will  not be there when wanted. Will  F. C. Wolfenden get busy?  how cheap in the end is professional advice.   ,  Graham Rosoman and G. S.  Salt-and the Vernon Registrar  only knows how many more-received notice this week that if  they failed to appear and show  In the small debts court,Tues-;cause w}iy their   names should.  day morning, before Magistrate  Rosoman, Miss A. Folkard sued  H. Swan for wages to the amount  not be stricken from the voter's  list, they would be disfranchised.  wasaug uie m������������������ ������������������~~ ���������������������������  -       ~      ,     .   ,.   mt. And now our Stipendiary Magis  --_nd-^ese-weP6-plaD������������������ed_inJi__3������������������_- claimed to be due m lieuot,tratejs__]__l_aMandcy. to..know  notice  of dismissal.     Attorney j what ;t means<   He is conscious  soil turned over. ������������������������������������������������������    -������������������������������������������������������   ��������������������������� . i;���������������������������. ; m.��������������������������� .  Mrs Stevens wife of F. S. Banton appeared for plainuft. ,that he js not dead, feels, sure  ���������������������������  '...���������������������������������������������������������������������������������* ���������������������������+!,��������������������������� a   r I Judgment  was  given  for . the j that Ws ig of soun_ mjn_, and it  amount sued for, with costs. | has been, said that he is not a  arrived in UnclerDy mesuay. The Enderby Fruit and Pro- j lawyer, so he reallyv. cannot, see  TheiMviir occupy IHe "handsome j duce"A^sbaalion" K^  home of the manager as soon asjservice this season.   Upwards of]  > noerva_ve Association  their furniture arrives. j$10,000 worth of fruit and pro-; .;_____;.  Mr Tavlor of the Bank of! duce has been shipped by the! A business meeting of the _n-  Montre^ contemplates laying.! association from Enderby. Be-i derby Conservative^Association  oS tn   1 andsont grounds aoout tween 50 and 60 carloads of hay; will be hekt next Tuesday eve-  have been  shipped, and the Ex- nmg, Oct. 6th,  at 8 p. m., m K..  change is prepared to take 1000 i 0f P. hall.     A full attendance is  tons at J14 a ton. [requested.    Important business  Tuesday the Vernon, band en- j wj������������������e ^ ^fi^S  route to New Westminster, gra- their names jn to the president '  ciously favored Enderby with a  choice selection at the station.  The   seats   about    the    grassy;  his residence as a park, where  ladies and children of the town  can find a cool, refreshing rest  in the heat of the summer days.  As was predicted two weeks  ago when the telephone matter  was amicably settled, there was  not a vote cast at the poll Mon-  their names in to the president  or secretary of the Association.  F. H. Barnes, Pres.,  W. E. Banton, Sec'y ENDERBY,B.C., October 1, 1908  At the Armstrong Fair Marriages at Armstrong  Mrs.   Geo.   Sharpe carried off  19 prizes in the fancy work department: First on the following:  crochet work in wool, pin cushion,  whisk holder, table doyleys, table  mats,   Hardanger work,   fancy  table cover, embroidery on flannel.    Second on the   following:  crocheting on silk, handkerchief  sachet,   bedroom slippers, trimmed work basket, shadow work,  tea   cosy,   centre  piece,  baby's  Afghan,   lamp    shade,    child's  dress,   Applique,    best   worked  button holes. *  Geo. R. Lawes represented  Enderby in the fruit department.  The prizes won by him will be  published next week.  In the live stock division H.  E. Waby carried off prizes on his  string of Red Polled cattle. He  showed a 7-year-old, a 5-year-old,  a yearling bull and heifer, and  7- and 5-months-old calves. Considerable attention was attracted  by these cattle, and Mr. Waby  deserves much credit for showing  his breed and the prominence  of his display.  City Council Proceedings  At the meeting of the City  Council Saturday evening it was.  decided to appropriate 10 a  month to the City bandmaster  from the 1st of October to the i  end of the year.  A request from the Spallum-  cheen Municipality, asking for a  -P_op___-Jon,.Ql_the__school.-tayfiR  collected for the current year  from properties which have since  been taken from the Enderby  school district and included in  the Spallumcheen municipality,  was acceeded to.  Petition from Messrs. Walker,-  Crane and Keith asking that the  Cliff-street drain be extended  to George street so as to carry off  the surface water was referred  to the board of works; also the  matter of a two-plank sidewalk  on Stanley street, from Sicamous  to Hill.  Rev. Mr. Campbell officiated  at two weddings at Armstrong  this week. Saturday noon he  joined in wedlock Walter Wolfen-  den, the popular station agent,  and Mrs. Dickey. Last evening  at their Knob Hill home, Morris  Vallerey and Miss Minnie Petrie,  of Toronto.  Enderby Their Shipping Point  The Central Agency is well  pleased with Enderby. Wednesday evening the last of a 1000-  ton order for hay was loaded at  the exchange building. That  means $14,000 right there.  Pacific Coast  Grown SEEDS  TREES, PLANTS  Reliable varieties at reasonable prices. No Borers  Mobcale.    No fumigation  to damage stock      No  windy agents to annoy you.     Buy direct and tret  trees and seeds that grow.  Fertilizers, Bee Supplies.  Spray Pumps. Spray-  ingr material, Cut Flowers, etc.    Catalogue free.'  M,  3010 Westminster Rd. VANCOUVER, 'B. C  N. B.-Anyone wishing a  Catalogue free, may  have oneby calling-at the office of Walker's Weekly  Notice of   Dissolution of Partnership  J^OTICE is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore subsisting between us. the under-  SIe'',1 rm_ Jrickmakers. under the name and  sty e of The Enderby Brick & Tile Company Limits, in the City of Enderby. B. ... has this day  been dissolved by mutual consent  All debts owing to the said partnership are to be  paid to R. Ronald Gibbs. at Enderby aforesaid  ami all claims against the said partnership are to  be presented to the said R. Ronald Gibbs. who is  continuing the business and  by whom  the same  Cigars  that  Lead  Try our newest���������������������������it's the  ESTIMO. 2 for 25c and  3 for 25c. All brands of  the best cut tobaccoes.  Everything the smoker  needs to make him happy.  Enderby Drug &  Stationery Co.  tembS S^e^"B7 c7Th"is loth" da7ofs7P;  Anerew M. Baird,  91<4 R. Ronald .Gibbs.    -  FOR RENT  House of 5 rooms; $4 a month  lor the winter, payable monthly  In advance.   '    Ira C. Jones.  Wanted:  Your orders  for winter  Potatoes  All one size; the top of the  bag is a sure indication of  its contents.  Walter Robinson  CASH   GROCER  Salmon Arm's fall fair which  was held last week, had one of  the finest displays of fruit ever  seen in the interior. .  Wanted, at once���������������������������A new milch  cow, or one just coming in. A.  A. Faulkner.  WHEATLETQ  A Whole Wheat Breakfast Food, made from the Choicest Wheat  urUSi+VW aonrd suPerior to most-        You get FIVE pounds of  Wheatlets for 35c.   You pay 25c for TWO pounds or less of any  feSef\ff * $������������������������������������d- ,   WHf ATLETS is an Enderby-milled pro-  emu and is therefore always fresh, and more wholesome.  Columbia Flouring Mills Co.,  Enderby 4  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  59_-  Hood River Orchards.  The following description of the  Hood River District, which has  acquired an almost world-wide  reputation, is taken from an exchange, and the first impression  that a resident of the district gets  from reading it, is the comparative smallness of the area, and  the small number of trees. It  reads as follows:  ' 'From an Oregon Agricultural  College press bulletin dealing  with the Hood River orchards it  is shown that the leading fruit  of Hood River is the apple, and  the Yellow Newton and Spitzen-  berg are the leading varieties.  The total number of apple trees  from one to 25 years of age was  349,435 last year. Of these  Yellow Newtons lead with 174,684  trees, followed by Spitzenbergs  150,616. The balance is made  up of some twenty other varieties.  "Of pear trees there are 9,152;  cherry trees 4,527: peach trees  7,180. Eighty-two per cent, of  the apple trees have been set out  during the past six years.  ' 'Straw berries: ��������������������������� Strawberries  is the pioneer crop in Hood River. They are planted extensively  in the young orchards where they  are allowed to remain until the  trees come into bearing and furnish a much needed income while  the orchard is growing up and  producing only expense bills.  The only berry grown is the  Clark Seedling, which is a remarkably good shipper, selling  the past season at (1907) as high  as $3.35 a crate. It is a light  bearer, 175 crates being considered a good crop. The total  acreage in strawberries at Hood  River is 756. Of this 532 acres  are grown in orchards/'  In the Okanagan there are at  present over <>a million and a  quarter trees planted in our orchards, and it is safe to say that in  two years there will be somewhere near a million trees bearing fruit. There is room for a  score or more such districts as  Hood River within the bounds of  the Okananan, and few of our  residents  yet    realize   what  a  splendid future lies ahead of this  premier fruit-producing district  of the west. ���������������������������Vernon News.  Sitting on It  a  All Enderby children are  not as-elfish as this little elf.  She had repeatedly been  warned by her auntie that if  she did not stop reaching for  something she would be  spanked. But she was sly  and persistent. She stood  up in her highchair when her  auntie's back was turned.  Suddenly the aunt turned  and,,seeing the child's danger, exclaimed in alarm:  ���������������������������"Now, Baby, I certainly  shall spank you if���������������������������"  Baby quickly slipped back  into her seat and, looking up  coyly, said: "Oo tant pank  me now, Auntie, /cause Tse  siUm' on it."  Found  A cheque for $9.60. Apply to  Provincial Constable Gardom.  t.j.'.JlB.'raBi  mn'iOTNir  Harvey  AND  Dobson  We are Overstocked in some lines of Gloves and will offer them at tempting prices  to reduce the stock  -nVYllTVrTrO? Ladies' in Swede, Kid, and Leather  Jf U W IN -T_0  Gents' Driving, Gauntlets, Kid  Our new stock of Ladies' and Gents' Underwear is now in.       Come in and see it.  A fine stock of MEN'S READY-TO-WEAR SUITS.    All prices from $6 up.  HARVEY & DOBSON, General Merchants, Enderby ENDERBY, B. C, October 1, 1908  1 t *_!.V1_'  best known.    An article in  the    Vancouver     Province  gives an inkling of what will  .happen.    It says:  |    "The   next big publicity  campaign   of   the   Western  I Canada   Immigration Asso-  B3I; ciation is to be devoted to  W\ British   Columbia.     It will  ^ j result in settling thousands  ] of Americans from the middle west in the Kootenays,  the   Okanagan and  in the  Fraser  river  valley.     The  ! agricultural and fruit-growing possibilities of the pro-  jgg j vince are to be exploited as  l_*2 I they never have been before.  This was the statement made  I by John F.  Langan of Chicago, a prominent member  or the association.   In company with Walter Gunn, of  the  Gunn-Vanderhoff  Pub-'  lishing Company of Chicago,  Mr.  Langan is touring the  I province to obtain the data  jfor the  publicity campaign  1 to be waged under the auspices of the association.  "The association intends  I to expend $5,000 in advertis-  : ing British Columbia in one  | American   magazine alone.   __ [Similar advertising  started  r* t        ._s>#w_'k    i      i? 4.1     TT._'in        |the iriflux of Americans to"  Frepare    for   1909 ?ordei: ������������������������������������ the United States-the prairie provinces, and it    to seek their fortunes in this' will do   the same for B. C.  _ An influx of settlers simi- ������������������ew Canadian America.! When the   movement   was  larto that which was seen "Other thousands will come I launched Calgarv had 7000  in the Northwest the past tr9��������������������������� "over the seas," and people.    To-day "its Dopnla-  few years will be repeated in with them they will bring; tion is 27,000."  British ^lumbm in ^^ Enderby District be  wild^ t0 take advantage  will  provide homes for all  Feu.  Walter Russell, B.A.,  Lerder of the evangelistic services opening in Enderby next week  1910. The building of the  Grand- Trunk-T^aciiiep-and  the development of the vast  unexplored empire which the  Grand Trunk Pacific will  open up, will require the  work of thousands of men  and the expenditure of hundreds of millions. What  Canada has seen of advancement in the past ten years  will be seen again in the  next decade, and of ten fold  greater magnitude. Thousands of men will cross the  valleys and plains of British  Columbia^nom^ild Waste,^f such . -movement- ^ thg?  who can come,  and eppor-! ^v       n *  tunities for the.acquirement|Uur Meats are  of rich fruit land,���������������������������.., dairying !aIw_*_/c fw__ck  land, wheat land,  andlana]"1^^8 tresh  for mixed farming. j  Naturally the men who\  are looking for land of this;  description are going to find i  it as near a market as pos- j  sible, and a strong demand: _ n  will be made for locations in j G. R. Sharpe  the sections of the provincej Enderby, B. G        '  and we serve the best  on.the market. Fish,  poultry and eggs in  season.  5!  m I 6  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  3  :������������������.R.jBW,iirp<i  Prices of Fruit  Complaints have been  made by many orchardists of  the low prices prevailing for  fruit this year in the Okanagan, but these orchardists  who complain cannot know  the condition of the fruit  markets, either in Manitoba  and the Northwest Territories or across the border in  the fruit producing sections  of Washington and Oregon.  The territories and Manitoba have been considered  the legitimate market for the  fruit from the Okanagan, at  profitable prices. This year  the American-growers, finding their home market demoralized owing to the hard  time, have used Canadian  territory as the dumping  place for their surplus. The  prices at which fruit has  been landed at Winnipeg by  the Washington growers, are  below anything the Okanagan growers have had to  meet, and they feel that the  prices are too low to admit  of any margin of profit.  But when our Okanagan  growers get up against conditions similar to those prevailing in Washington, they  will realise what it means to  find a market anywhere. A  daily paper published in the  heartx of the Washington  fruit district, states that,  ' 'hundreds of acres of fruit  orchards near Bellevue, will  be thrown open to the public,  and everyone who wants  cheap fruit will be welcome  to pick all they want?< and  pay one cent a pound for all  they can carry away. This  would make the average box  of plums or apples about 15  or 20 cents to the pickers as  compared with the retail  price of 60 to 75c in Seattle.  Everybody Favors It  "Sicamous Junction" is a  misnomer, long recognised  as such. ' 'Okanagan Junction"    would   mean   some  thing. Hence, a movement  I is on foot to have the name  i changed from Sicamous to  ! Okanagan, and the move-  'ment is supported by the  entire Valley.  Houston  is  Complimentary  The editor of this family  weekly is in receipt of the  following from Bulf Houston,  Prince Rupert:  " 'Saturday Sunset has done  more for newspaperdom in B. G  than anything that ever happened. It has proved that the  reading public is interested in and  will support a newspaper���������������������������something Vancouver has never had  until now.' What a 'bull hitter'  you are V  Fortune in a Lease  ! The lessees of the Reco  ! mine at Sandon have struck  it rich, says the Kaslo Koote-  nain. They have uncovered  a body of high-grade ore and  have been offered $25,000 to-  quit. This has been refused.  We understand the lucky  leasers are Italians. .  a^-fc.M ���������������������������'��������������������������� iw  The Place to  te  Is at the ENDERBY HARDWARE STORE.  You are sure to find just the article you are looking for  and the price will be right  A large assortment of General Hardware,  Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware, etc., has  just been added to the stock taken over from Mr. Bradley.  We can make you anything to order in Tin and Sheet Metal.    Plumbing and  Heating Plants installed and Satisfaction Guaranteed  Fulton's Hardware Store  CLIFF STREET  ENDERBY, B, C ���������������������������&\  ENDERBY, B. G, October 1, 1908  ���������������������������i H ���������������������������! '���������������������������    II i  6HSOI1S  Why  In adding a Special Order Department to our Fit Reform  Clothing business, and meeting the certain demand for  clothing-to-measure, we urge the following reasons why our  system of custom tailoring is in advance of anything previously attempted:  ~*jl    First���������������������������  We affiliate with the largest and finest tailoring organization in Canada, and send all orders to where they have  every facility for doing things right.  Second--*  This establishment controls the very best tailoring  skill, the best designers and cutters naturally preferring-  regular employment at high  wages to the uncertain income of a small town.  Third���������������������������  The range of fabrics  is much larger and more  exclusive than we could possibly afford in the ordinary way, and allows the best possible  selection at no greater expense.  Four til-  Each particular garment   is tailored by   a specialist,  insuring absolute perfection in fit and finish, and such con-  =Ge-n4r_&ti&n=of-e#eet^^^  perts for each line.  ifth���������������������������  F:  We give an absolute guarantee with every Tailor-made  FIT-REFORM Suit or Overcoat, and such measure of satisfaction as will bring you again, and encourage you to send  us your friends.  Sixth���������������������������  We give you Montreal-Made Clothing, made to order,  and deliver it to you at Enderby at the same price you would  pay for it in Montreal.  o.Ltd-  -V 8  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  Fruit for England. the working classes.    Chair-  R.   M.   Palmer,     deputy  man Rigby, of the Superior \  minister"   V   agriculture, Id���������������������������n    strike   conimittee, |  leaves for England in a few  days to take charge of the  was also optimistic.   He said  over $14,000 had been volun-  Biilish Columbia frmtexhib- Jarily    subscribed    by. the  it which will be sent again trainmen west of Winnipeg.  ^k  k  this year to the principal  autumn shows in the old  country, says the Revelstoke  Herald. The exhibit^ will  consist of different varieties  of apples and pears. If it  arrives in time, it is hoped  to display the exhibit at the  Franco-British exhibition  and also at the Royal Horticultural shows at London,  Edinburgh, Liverpool and  other important centres.  Trainmen Support Strikers.  Ottawa, Sept 25. -The j  striking machinists yester-j p  dayswere addressed by Bell  Hardy, who optimistically  reviewed the past and present phases of the strike,  predicting a benefit whether  Lost or won, from the movement for the betterment of  But, my dear fellow, the question is not, "Can the town afford  sewers?" The question is, "Can  the town afford epidemics of  funerals?"  X  %uz>*-u /&&. s&z<^ ���������������������������<&<-&������������������������������������ ^c-cA.  _^/ -_./2,^l'^  -^-?U  I  Bicycles & Bicycle  Supplies  Gasolene Engines and Supplies.     Electrical work  and Fixtures a Specialty  V.  MOFFET  Enderby  Brundish Sl Baird  Plain and Ornamental  PLASTERING, LATHING  Brick and Cement work.     Hard Wall  work a specialty.  No Job Too Big; No Jop Too Small"       Enderby  ENDERBY'S  FURNITURE   STORE  Furniture  Carpets  Rugs  Linoleums  Window Shades  Curtain Poles  $l Fixtures  Pictures Framed and all  kinds of Repair work done  on short notice  WHITE SEWING MACHINES sold  on easy monthly payments to suit  purchaser.  wTtT__oltby  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  ^  ������������������*/���������������������������  Johnstone  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Building,   Excavating,   Masonry Work  a specialty  ENDERBY ' B. C.  o  ������������������  e  HIT  __  ?_  1  a m  _!���������������������������������������������  We are now prepared  do your work quickly  and well  to  The Walker Press, Enderby ���������������������������1  ENDERBY, B. C, October 1, 1908  IN   THE   CHURCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. George's Church,  ^ Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.  m. Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 a. m. and  2n Sunday in month at 11 a. m. during' September,  October and November. Litany, Friday,  7.45 p. m. Choir rehearsal, Friday, 8 p.m. North  Enderby at 3 p.m. every alternate Sunday, commencing July 12th. Mara, at 3.30 p.m.every alternate Sunday, commencing' July 5th. All cor-  dially invited.   Rev. J. Leech-Porter, B.D., Vicar  ���������������������������jyTETHODIST CHURCH--Young People's meet-  ���������������������������"-*- ing, Sunday, 7 p. m.; Preaching every  Sunday, 7:30 p. m.; Junior Epworth League, j  Tuesday, 3:45 p. m.; Prayer Meeting, Tuesday,  7:30 p. m.; Class Meeting, 8;15 p. in. (immediately  after the prayer meeting); Sunday School, 2.30 p.  m. A. N. MILLER, Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH-Sunday   School,  ���������������������������*-     9:45 a. m.: Church  service,  11 a. m.; Young  People's meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m.   D. CAMPBELL, Pastor.  "DAPTIST CHURCH-Sunday School, 10 a. m.:  ���������������������������*-' Church service, 11 a. m.; Prayer meeting,  Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.     B. S. FREEMAN, Pastor  SECRET SOCIETIES  N. H. KENNY,  W. M.  A.F.&A.  Enderby Lodge No. 40.  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invite J.  H. H. WORTHINGTON.  Spcretarf  CITY OF ENDERBY  CITY OFFICE-Cliff St., office hours, 10 a. m. to  12:30, 1:30 to 4 p. m.; Saturday, 10 to 12:30 m.  City Council regular meeting, every alternate Saturday at 8 p.m. Geo. Bell, mayor: Graham Rosoman, city clerk. Chairman Board of Works, Ira  C. Jones; Waterworks Committee. J. W. Evans:  Finance Committee, H. H.. Worthing ton; Committee on Health, Geo. R. Lawes. Pound keeper,  Evans & Maf.k.   ���������������������������   POST OFFICE  HOURS���������������������������8 a. m. tol6:30'p. m.; mails close,, south-,  bound, 8:45 a.m.; northbound. 2:45 p. m.  SMALL DEBTS "COURT  CITS every Saturday, by appointment at 2 p. ni.  ^ Graham Rosoman, Police and Stipendiary  Magistrate.  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5  Evening, 7 to 8    Sunday-12 to. 1___  Office:   BELL BLOCK  ENDERBY  W.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby, B. C.  pLAUDE P. JONES,  VJ   ARCHITECT  CONSULTING ENGINEER  FOR HEATING AND  VENTILATING  INSTALLATIONS.  VERNON B.C.  pETER BURNET  Dominion & Provincial  Land Surveyor  Metcalf Block,       Enderby, B.C.  CHIC STYLES.  Long Sleeves the Mode���������������������������Chiffon Materials Still Popular.  For all sbirt waists not blouses the  sleeves are long There are to be uo  more elbow length ones. The fashionable women stopped wearing them in  DAINTY DRESSING SACK���������������������������4015.  The pattern of this dressing sack may  be had in seven sizes���������������������������from 32 to 44 inches  bust measure. Send 10. cents to this office, giving number (4015). and it will be  promptly forwarded to you by mail.  the early winter, but now long sleeves  will be universal.  Vor house gowus the Japanese sleeve  -is..still in._sryle.-aithough_.it.is.moi:e_of,  a  drapery  than  a  sleeve.    It can   be  worn over small uudersleeves as well  as it has been worn over large ones.  Most of the uew materials have chiffon attached to their names. There  are chiiTou voiles, chiffon panamas,  chiffon pongee and chiffon taffetas  Everything goes by the name of chiffon, even though there is no change in  the texture from the plain materials of  last year.  This dressing sack is neat and easily  made, and the amateur will find that  it holds no terrors for her if the pat-  torn is carefully carried out. The  netflifee is no longer regarded as a costume to be apologized for if one is dis  covered wearing it outside of 'he bou  doir, JVDIC.rUtWAsET.  HfTtTturner  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Repaired  City Restaurant  Enderby  "Under the Pines"  a Little Magazine  published once a  month by H. M.  Walker, from the  Walker Press, Enderby. Price of  admission, 50c a  year and a pile of  earnest thinking  yourself. If you  don't want to think  don't subscribe.  But we want you  in our circle of  good play-fellows,  if you feel inclined  "Under the Pines"  The Walker Press, Enderby  You get the news if you  subscribe for this Weekly.  i7."l  T--B .rip-_-!���������������������������--  _----.m_   -.  FALL GOODS IN  STOCK AT  REDUCED PRICES  Ladies' Lustre  Waists  Ladies' Leather  Belts  15 per cent off Boys & Men's  Suits  Fresh Groceries of all kinds always on hand  WHEELER & EVANS  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Sashes,   Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  I represent the S. C. Smith Co.  of Vernon.       Enderby.  IRA C. JONES  Contractor and Builder  Estimates furnished on all.  work, and contracts personally attended to.  Screen Doors and  Windows put in at little cost  and no loss of time���������������������������my doors and windows last  ENDERB Y,    B. C. 10  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $11,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary Pscsident, ��������������������������� Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.  President, Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager,   E. S. CLOUSTON, Esq.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT KaM_ "SZ&JS*  Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby. Armstrong-, Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq,, Manager A. E. TAYLOR, Sub-Agent Enderby  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, SSiMURPHY Enderby  Enderby Hospital  So many things have died  ia'bornin' at   Enderby   that  I we almost fear to speak of  ! any new project.     But this  ! time we have a winner.     It  lis   a   winner    because   the  j women are back of it.    We  I refer to the Enderby Hos-  ! pital.    A movement is now  on foot,  and well in hand,  which promises   to give to  Enderby   a   hospital.     The  ladies doing the initial work  are,     Mrs.   Harvey,    Mrs.  Leech-Porter,   Mrs. Wright  and Mrs. Geo. Bell.   These  ladies are interviewing the  business people and corporations operating at Enderby,  and are preparing a practical   business   statement   to  submit to a meeting to be  held as soon as the details  are worked out.  It is proposed to get a site  overlooking the town in the  This is the time of year when you should Lawes tract.   The building  m i      -\t in iti #i      to be erected will be decided  lreat   Your sell   and   1H amily upon later. Details of the  to frequent trips into the  country.     The hills,   canyons and land-- j Plans Wl11 n?t be known until  tne proposed meeting is held.  We feel sure that the city  will back the  ladies in the  ti     l T? + ������������������ood work.    Year after year  IxGcll ii.Stci 16 I the citizens of Enderby have  ^ & Insurance contributed to outside insti-  tution^^  scape are at their prettiest.       Place your order with us for a rig,  and enjoy the half-holidays and the delightful Sundays.  EVANS & MACK ENDERBY  James  owat  ^N^P^E^R-B^V���������������������������B^G,  Fire Insurance in first-class companies.     Accident Insurance  REASONABLE TERMS WRITE FOR LIST  three   hundred   there,    has  gone for the asking.    There  -..,        , . - has been no limit to Ender-  I1 Q Y*y*rU       At   Pa    r lUmbmg and I by's liberality.     And all the  ^J&L I Ull   (36   KJ\). FlirnaCP Work!^hile we hav������������������ been robbing  x U1 lia^c   vy Uliv'Peter to pay Paul.   We need  Eave Troughing and all kinds of  Sheet  Tin   and   Copper work.    Repairing and :    l l j.l      r.V.nvM+v   ^m n���������������������������  Jobbing Work given prompt attention. ;ac n(Jme ine   tnailiy   We aie  Corner Hudson and Alexander Sis.   '"    * SALMON ARM j Sending   abroad.        Enderby   lean never have the things  THE BEST CLAY IN THE VALLEY, well-burnt, makes the    !s!1(~ nee(?s to ,take c<*r_e of her  0 r_  ���������������������������  i      ���������������������������       i       \r   11 slck anc* needy until her citi-  Kest  DUCKS  in  the   Valley Izens can make sacrifices to  A large stock of bricks now on hand. Reasonable prices in large or get them. It is a pleasure  small quantities. Build of brick, and you'll have all the comforts! to give to outside institutions  of home-and a great many more. The cost is about the same as | without any hope of return,  frame-built, and the^comforts a great deal,nor e_ -    | but it is a .pleasure', that de^  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co., Enderby ^    -vpR Enderby of  her own.  Wanted-At Enderby, a resident DENTIST.   A good field for a! We  need the   money more  man capable of doing the right kind of work. l than the one we are helping. ENDERBY, B. C., October 1, 1908  11  An Ounce of Prevention  Unless every precaution is  taken and every citizen takes  pains to observe strictly the  general rules governing sanitation about his home and  business house, Enderby is in  danger of a typhoid epidemic  this fall that will make a  big hole in our population.  There isn't any use of our  blinding our eyes to the evils  existing. The better way is  to acknowledge them and  get busy with more than hot  air to extinguish them. If  one could bottle the foul  smells running lose about  town he might have a fumi-.  gant that would put the fires  out in a crematory.     There  is a row of buildings back of  the Bell block that perfume  the morning and evening atmosphere for blocks; there  are other corners and outhouses just as bad that  would look swell and smell  sweet with a coat of crude  carbolic.  Our present drainage system is far from perfect. It  is only a make-shift. Put to  the uses it is, it is all the  more dangerous because it is  a make-shift. No power can  confine in a leaky wooden  box drain, gasses that should  be confined in a sewer. The  remedy is not easy. Until  the town can vote and sell  bonds to put in a proper system of sewerage, the make-  Why not build  a home of your own?  We carry a full line of all kinds of building material,  including Lime in Barrel.. Cement and Wood and Hair  Fibre Patent Plasters.   We have a large stock of. . . . .  SEASONED LUMBER ON HAND  Estimates cheerfully furnished.  MILL WOOD-Direct from the saw mill:   short wood,   $1.00  per load; dry wood, $1.50 per load.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co. Ltd., Enderby  ���������������������������cnMHriw  Butter-making  ���������������������������L  If any butter maker makes butter that she's  proud of, it's good business for her to let the  world know where it came from. Nicely printed  ' vegetable parchment butter paper, and printed  with an alkali ink that won't run, will do it. The  Walker Press can furnish the finest vegetable  parchment, the finest ink that won't run, and the  finest quality of printing. If you can furnish the  finest butter, you'll have a winning combination.  Come in and talk it over with us  THE    WALKER   PRESS,   ENDERBY  ���������������������������^n  shift will have to serve. The  thing to do is for each individual to fumigate���������������������������fumigate���������������������������fumigate. The discharge from the water motor  of the Walker Press is carried into the Cliff street drain.  Since the city buried the outlet of the main drain below  the water, allowing no vent  for the gasses to escape, we  have been driven out of the  pressroom by the foul gasses  which back up in the drain.  We mention this simply to  call attention to the condition which exists at every  point in the drains. These  foul gasses are escaping and  poisoning the air we breath.  Let every man do his part.  The councilmen can't do it  all. They are only serving  the city for the glory of it,  and God knows they get little  enough of that. Fumigate!  A pint of crude carbolic will  cost you 35c at the drug  store. Pour it about the  sink holes, drain pipes, rubbish piles, and outhouses.  Don't let it be said that Enderby has a case of typhoid  this fall. Fight the foul  smells!   Carbolize things!  Special Advertisement  Owing to market advances  in   tobacco,    the   following  prices win  prevail   on  after Monday,  October 5th,  1908: T&B plug,  30c plug  will be 35c, 3for$l;   Prince  of Wales chewing,  10c plug  will be 15c, 2 for 25c; Prince  of Wales,  20c plug will be  25c; Brier,   10c will be 15c,  2 for 25c.    We,   the undersigned merchants of Enderby  agree   to    maintain    these  prices until further notice.  Harvey & Dobson,  Enderby Trading Co.  Walter Robinson,  Wheeler & Evans.  Jas. Emeny harvested 1200  pounds of fine honey from his  Enderby Apiary this season.  i-M 12  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  xx:  Receives Great  Encouragement  Chas.   W. Little has met with  unbounded praise for the enterprise he has shown in getting out  such a handsome booklet on the  merits of  Mara   District.     He  placed a few of the brochures in  the hands of real estate men and j  friends at Vernon, Fair week, and  one and all  were surprised   to  learn of the excellent opportunities offered at this end of the!  Valley for mixed farming, hunting and pleasure parties.    One  real estate man said he was sorry  he had not known   about  this  district before as his firm had  been sending buyers  of mixed  farming land to the Kootenays  and the Chilliwack Valley.   The  same agent said only a week or  so ago he sent three buyers to  Enderby for land,  and they remained here two days and could  only hear of two places that were'  for sale.  Mr. Little's booklet will open  the eyes of many, even right at  home, to the great merits of the  North End, and we may hope to  rowing and canoeing may be enjoyed, with all the conveniences  of railroad and highway thrown  in, and there is no reason why  these should not be settled upon  by wealthy homeseekers, who  are looking for just such advantages as are here offered.    With  banks of the sleepy, soft-flowing  Spallumchjeen ? With their pleasure boats plying here and there,  and hunting and pleasure parties  taking advantage of the natural  meadows and parks along the  river and lakes, and the land  producing abundant crops of the  finest fruits and produce that can  be grown, what a country this  would be! Is it any wonder that  Mr. Little's brochure has received  MARA STATION  Where railway and river meet, giving a glimpse of an ideal hay farm of the District  such a warm welcome, and that  he is receiving unstinted encouragement from all who wish to.see  the district push ahead in a meas-  u-u_ii-.tr.ia_ff_-LW a   .-_i-������������������._. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� muai..1��������������������������� TV������������������*_v-_n_citf_...jj c*������������������  ���������������������������������������������. tx .I.JJ_.  a climate such as ours, and fruits,  cereals, vegetables,  etc., so pro-  lifically possible, is it not surpris-  see, with the connections he has | ing that we have not scores of j  formed, a large number of sales | beautiful    homes   adorning   the I ure compatible with its resources!  put through by him, and the dis-; *"  trict between Mara and Enderby j  will   no    doubt    receive   many!  splendid acquisitions in the way i  -of-a^progressive-population. ; The-Qld-home-place-���������������������������the-place-w^here-the-pioneers-of-t-he-Valley-putr  Men who enter into th* work up wnen Enderby was a'bornin'.     You can't forget the hotel home  .,,   ,, ,1     ��������������������������� a       a   provided in the early days by WEBB WRIGHT.   It was the Enderby  ith the enthusiasm^ and conft-;H^^ni.it is the Enderby Hotel now.   And you won't forget the  cordial treatment that will be accorded you today as it was the  pioneer then. The ENDERBY HOTEL, ������������������nderbyIGHT' Proprie,or  You can't forget  wi  dence that has characterized Mr.  Little's venture have generally  won out and we do not hear  a doubt expressed about Mr.  Little's work. The properties he  has listed are some of the best  buys the District has ever offered,  and we all know what the land  will produce when it is properly  tilled by men of energy and  savvy.  And, too, there are hundreds  of magnificent spots on the river  between Enderby and Mara for  beautiful homes, where the pleasures of fishing,   motor boating,  Working Harness, Saddles, Repairing  Anything you need, in stock  Enderby  I   W   Fuanc HARNESS MAKER  %J.   TV .  LiValls,AND REPAIRER  BRING   YOUR  nting  To The Walker Press  It will be done to  please you  Enderby District presents inducements for mixed farming that  are unexcelled, go where you will.   But the fact must be advertised.

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