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Array <^\ e������������������isiative *^w^  Published every Thursday at Enderby, the Gate^Wav 6r*kh������������������famou8 Okanagan, Lanabf/the  Enteroff jnrt/le Post Office at Enderby. B. C, as second-  Volume 1.  11V T1IR YKAK,  *V!.  derbyP������������������J.,33c_^Ser 29  Published every Thursday by The Walker  Gate-way City of the famous Okanag  IT.      XI.      W _V T_ Iv 15 U  EKLY  Canadian Red Apple and the California of Canada  ss matter.  908.  iiy run copy. nc.  Number 35.  B. C, the  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: " Witch feller counts for most: the feller iv'at  keeps hisself 'unspotted from the world/ or the feller to'at  gets into the game an' plays it, RIGHT."  HfROM ONE MAN'S POINT OF VIEW  q:  SOME day the valley of the Okanagan  is going to be tapped by a railway from  the south, and, instead of being held  in check for the benefit of one road, and  the producers cut down to one market, the  Territories, they will have thrown open to  them another market���������������������������one superior in  many respects to the maiket now afforded.  Th3 railway from the south will bring the  mining camps of the boundary within a  few hours' travel of our Okanagan orchards,  our dairy farms, our vegetable gardens and  grain fields. Our producers will not then  be cut down to a market that is already  being made the dumping ground for the  surplus from the American orchards. Our  producers will then be able to strike back,  by dumping upon the American markets of  Washington the fruit and produce the  American growers force out of the markets  of the__T_enltorie&^  south is a proposition so old that it is gray  headed.    It is a proposition that conflicts  di������������������������������������U������������������(  for six months or more, will be  t to a head some time before New  Years.   Then Enderby will be heard from.  There are many matters of a public nature  that can only be dealt with  by a properly  constituted Board of  Trade.     Primarily  there is the matter of advertising the district.   At the present time this matter is  not being handled by anyone.   The booklet  published early in the season by The Walter Press, and purchased by the city, lies  safe and sn:ig in the city office, neatly tied  in packages of 200.    There have been fairs  galore held since the booklet was published  and   innumerable   opportunities   for the  booklets to do good missionary work, but  the city has slept onc; with this ammunition  for a pillow.   If a Board of Trade were in  operation,  this  matter  could have been  handled profitably���������������������������for the district as well  as hundreds of homeseekers desiring just  such information  as   the  booklets  give.  Again, our business people have repeatedly  been solicited,  and as repeatedly gave, to  have "write-ups" appear in outside periodicals, which have brought little or no returns;  whereas if the same  amount of  money were put into a  booklet and the  booklet circulated as it should be, the results  would have been  a  hundred fold  greater.    This is the legitimate work of a  Board of Trade.   It is work that cannot be  successfully handled by anyone else.^   In a  larger way,-there are  issues continually  Trade must deal with; for   instance,  the  matters of irrigation,  transportation, and  with the interests of the C.P.R too sharply j market, and we might add, the opening of  to ever pass on it merits.   When the C. P.   our mis-used, unused,  profitless Indian re-  R. lobby, Provincial and Dominion, is willing that the road should be built, then will  the Okanagan come unto its own.  serves.  L  AST week there was organized at Vernon an associated Board of Trade for  the Okanagan, with G. A. Henderson,  district manager of the Bank of Montreal,  president, and P. Dickson, Vernon, secretary-treasurer. Kelowna and Armstrong  participated in the organization. Enderby  sent word that she could be counted upon  so soon as a board of trade is organized  here. It is understood that the project of  organizing at Enderby,  which   has been  I  F the Provincial Government knew how  much the district north of Enderby were  being held back by the lack of a bridge  over the Spallumcheen, we believe the  bridge would be put in. Settlers in the  North Enderby District have to haul their  produce six miles to the railway, with the  track just across the river. A bridge from  bank to bank would bring the government  road within half a mile of the railway,  while without the bridge railway transportation is six miles away. WALKER'S WEEKLY,   _.        ,: J     III!      Ill, ii,   ���������������������������_L___g__g  NEWS IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN AND DISTRICT j  Gilbert Mohr is acting freight  agent at Enderby.  For Sale-Seed potatoes, seed  wheat, and oats. The Stepney  Ranch, Enderby.  The brick work on the Sharpe  dwelling was finished this week  and the carpenters are now finishing.  Laurier's "solid" vote never  changes, and will never change  while the priest is a factor in  Canadian politics.  A Sunday School entertainment  was given' at the Deep Creek  school Friday evening, and was a  very successful affair.  Nineteen names are now on  the bulletin board at the city  office, showing them to have been  added to the voter's list.  Harvey & Dobson have moved  their stock of gents' furnishings  up stairs, retaining the lower  floor for ladies' wear and groceries.  Owing to the North Enderby  dance tomorrw (Friday) night,  the Tennis Club meeting has been  postponed a week, at the residence of Mr. Taylor.  W. J. Lemke, accompanied by  Mr. Woods has added another  labor-saver, time-saver and quick-  seller in the Enderby Trading  Co.'s hosiery department. He  can pass out your foot clothing as  rapidly as the postmaster can  hand out your letters.  F. Pyman was recently presented with a valuable pastmas-  ter's jewel by Enderby Lodge  No. 40, A. F. & A. M. The jewel  of itself has intrinsic value, but  it is what the jewel stands for  that really counts. Fidelity to  every duty is written upon every  bar.  Chas. W. Little writes from  | Mara: ' 'Everybody that comes to  | Mara takes a fancy to the place,  the land and the prices. Two  more arrived on Tuesday; result,  two more parcels sold. If Enderby does not take your tip, the  town will soon be moving this  way."  A meeting of the Poultry Society will be held in the Bell  block Saturday afternoon at 2:30,  when it is expected that Armstrong and Salmon Arm will be  represented and the matter of  winter poultry show will be set-  The city office closes at .12:30 on  Saturdays, but the clerk will attend from 7 to 8 that evening, in  order that any who have not  registered may have a last opportunity of doing so. But don't  leave it till the last !  Mr. Wright is showing a handsome photo of the Enderby hotel,  as a result of Photographer  Tucker's visit to Enderby. The  city also had some views taken of  the town, one of which will be  used in the Westward Ho! magazine,, for which our businessmen  subscribed $60.  Armstrong is moving. The  Advertiser tells of the following  sales: Dr. Vankleek's block, W.  Wolfenden's lot, the Armstrong  hotel, Mrs. Hassard's house and  acre property, C. T. Daykin's  corner and J. McDonald's house  and two lots, as well as the right  to use both walls of the Wolfen-  den block.  The dance given last Friday  evening by the City Band was  the usual success. The supper  was served by Mrs. Pound, and  was accorded high praise. One  of our gallant young men was  doing the   right  thing.      "You  W. J. J-ieiiiKe,  _u,_umya,niVA��������������������������� kjj  winter poultry snuw   win u_ set- doing tne   ngnt   mmg. xou.  Mrs. Lemke, left for Calgary on j tled>    All poultrymen   are asked dance   divinely,"   said   he.    "I  Saturday^in^tl^  rCQUld-walt-z-wi4h-you^to^heav-en.il_  A    P    "Rno-Prs Co.       TheV   expect! ....,, ,    oi^ l���������������������������lr_ri   Pnvlv    info   his   WW  _ ___S^_aW "~*!    H������������������ to* ������������������f Car. ���������������������������������������������so��������������������������� at  ������������������_������������������_"_ P^i l*!n,a���������������������������, Ende.% ������������������_.    H. was  on the f 1,000 residence which he: suppojsecUplave pa^selthe dan-  is erecting on the B. X. ranch. ; gerous stage of typhoid, and only  Friends of the Knights of Py-l a few clays previous Mr. Johnson  thias and Pythian Sisters are cor-! received encouraging news. Fn-  dially invited to attend a Pythian! day the father was summoned to  At Home in Castle Hall, Bell j the bedside of his boy. Monday  block, this (Thursday) evening, ��������������������������� the remains were interred from  and partake of the good things j the Methodist church, Rev. Mr.  She looked coyly into his eyes  and asked sweetly,... "do you re-  verse:  It is customary each year for  the ladies of the Presbyterian  church to -hold��������������������������� a bazaar and  Christmas sale. This year it will  be  held on the  afternoon and  Pythian Sisters are cor-j received encouraging new,,   ru-    yenin . of Nov. 9th, Thanksgiv-  ted to attend a Pythian! day the father was summoned to * lady of the  there provided,  J. B. Gaylord made a cucumber  record this season. He planted  a 10-cent package of seed and  from the vines sold $20 worth of  cucumbers, besides what were  taken for family use and given  away to friends.  Miller officiating.  Don't forget that, in accordance with the law of B. C, the  City voters' list, will be closed so  far as householders and license  holders are concerned on October  31st, which will be Saturday next,  mg Day. Every lady of the  church and congregation is invited to make and donate some  useful article. Fancy work,  aprons, children's dresses, handkerchiefs and like articles are desired. Any contributions may  be left with Miss Worthington.  In the evening a children's entertainment will be given, to  which everyone is invited to be  present. ENDERBY, B. C, October 29, 1908  ______������������������__  One   thousand copies  of the  Mara  booklet,   16  pages,  with  eight splendid photos of the district,  cost about $125.   Result,  in two  weeks after the booklet  was out five properties sold and  parties coming in to see the district almost  daily.     One little  "write-up" in a Vancouver paper  a  year  ago cost   our business  men $80.  Results, nil.   One page  in a Vancouver magazine is costing  our   business   people   $60.  Results, ? This business of sending money out of town for that'  which can be supplied better at  home, is not good business.   For  $60  our  business  people could  have had 3000 copies of the Enderby   booklet   ' 'The Skookum-  chuck."    This booklet was compiled on  information furnished  by Mayor Bell,  City Clerk Rosoman, Geo. R. Lawes, Wm. Elson  and A.   L.   Fortune���������������������������men who  know the district thoroughly, and  whose information can be relied  upon.    Such a booklet placed in  the hands of homeseekers is better than pages of advertising in  even the best magazines. Or, for  $60 more we could have compiled  and printed  a  16-page booklet  with eight photos of the district.  ^Such^a^booklet^woukHomore^for  Enderby than thousands of dollars put into promiscuous advertising, ���������������������������provided,  of course, the  booklets are not taken home and  used  as-a pillow   upon which  pipe dreams are dreamt.   This is  not intended by way   of- complaint.    It is a plain statement of  facts we cannot get away from.  The mere fact that our energetic  business    men   have   shown   a  readiness to contribute towards  advertising the town, is evidence  of their good intentions, and is an  indication of what could be donk  if the effort were properly directed.   The desire   that Enderby  should advance is keen.     It has  been suppressed so long it is bubbling over. There is fire ahead  for the man who sits on the lid.  When we put out the booklet  "The Skookum-chuck," we had  in mind a larger and handsomer  booklet for the district, but when  we saw the supreme indifference  displayed by the city council, in  buying a thousand copies and  snugly poking them away in the  city office, with provincial and  district fairs going on all about  us, we concluded that nothing  could be accomplished until a  properly constituted Board of  Trade were organized, whose  business it would be to handle  such matters.  Surely it is time Enderby were  shaking off the leaves. In the  C.P.R. official directory the following appears: "Enderby, B.C.  ���������������������������Pop. 150; is the rival town of  Armstrong; has the same advantages and presents the same possibilities." This sounds good,  does it not? And we ourselves  are the greatest culprits. We  have been sleeping upon our possibilities too long.  Honestly now, don't you think  so?  Enderby has a population of  500;  is the oldest town in the  Okanagan; has one of the largest  and best equipped and managed  sawmills in the Province, also an  up-to-date 300-bbl    flour    mill;  large,   well-stocked stores, four  churches, common school,   high  school, fraternal orders,   newspaper, town band, electric light  and water systems,   fire protection; bank,   railway and   river  navigation; is   situated   on the  bank of one of the prettiest rivers  in the world, and backed by low,  green hills; is considered one of  the most   home-like,   attractive  towns in the interior of B. C.; in  climate   salubrious,  winters usually mild; plenty of good land in  vicinity   awaiting development;  irrigation not necessary; conditions ideal for fruit, hay, dairy  and general farming.    In short,  Enderby is ideal.    All we need to  do the trick is agitation, inspiration and perspiration, with an occasional funeral.  Are you planting any  street  trees this Fall ?  Bicycles & Bicycle  Supplies  Gasolene Engines and Supplies.     Electrical work  and Fixtures a Specialty  F. V. MOFFET  Enderby  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  Enderby District presents inducements for mixed farming that  are unexcelled, go where you will.   But the fact must be advertised. WALKER'S WEEKLY,  /"  XX  :\  When Colonel Touched the Pinnacles  s  COLONEL LOWERY has touched  the high spots of Canada. In  fact, he has spent most of his  days in and about, upon and around the  high spots. He has rubbed elbows with  the Knights of the Green, blown the  bloom off the Queens of Hardscrabble  Row, and blinked merrily in the face  of Fate when she left him shoeless and  shirtless upon a window-sill twenty feet  higher than pay dirt, with a jump in  bare feet upon shattered glass to escape  the tongues of fire that licked up his  bed. Colonel Lowery loves the high  spots.    The   mountains   are  his home.  Some time since he recalled a trip  made seventeen years ago, and told it  in The Ledge:  "Robson is .a nice cheerful locality  and as yet there is nothing to shock  the modesty of any schoolmaam or  enameled savage or .modem society,  For the Douks have not had time to  shed their clothes and start for Nelson in search of Jesus. " They generally do this in the winter time  when work is slack on their farms.  At Sproat's Landing, near Robson, I  spent a night seventeen years ago in  the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. The proprietor afterwards went .to the bad.  He became a Grit and was sentenced  to a government position at about  $3 00 a month and the overs. He has  never repented and is still alive.  This hotel was one of the best-ventilated that T have ever slept in. The  walls in my room were punctured by  apertures that would enable an occupant to view the moving pictures  in the next room. T glued my optics  4-Q^a4wa-i)eiituii__-aiuUgazed.,..into.,.,,the_  room on  the right.    It was occupied j QJ\  by a man  with a worried expression j  think of robbing an editor. However  he was mistaken about that, because  there are several people in this country right now who would rob a  preacher, let alone an editor, that is  provided the preacher was too drunk  to get the drop. However, I will not  further digress. After I had placed  the watch in my jewel case I looked  into the room on the left side. The  scenery in that room was^grand. In  the bed was a Jersey Lily, while over  a chair was her lingerie. Some of it  was bifurcated. The moon shone  brightly through the window and its  silvery gleams flirted with the golden  curls that listed with the wind as it  blew across the facial anatomy of the  sleeping gazelle. She' looked like a  rose that had blown out of a Spokane  drug store into the wilds of British  Columbia, Locked in the arms of  Morpheus she was snoring in a way  like someone under the influence of  onions. I turned my eyes away and  said my prayers. Just then the  elevator commenced running and  going into the hall I saw one of the  guests being put to bed with his  boots on. His breath was redolent of  Seagram's perfume and his appearance indicated that he had not been  to Sunday school for several moons.  I Those were the good old days in  Kootenay when a .man could go to  bed with his boots on and not lose  his position in^ society. Nowadays  the country has grown so feminine  that you cannot sometimes see the  scenery for Easter hats and in some  places it is extremely infra dig to  drink even cod liver oil out of a  bottle. Jn the early days everything  went as it looked, but now it is  screened with the veneer that white-  shirted people daub over civilization  in order to hide the pimples erupted  from a blood fed upon timidity, deception and toadyism."  Live, love and laugh and you will  escape  dyspepsia.  Nickel people are out of place in a  dollar town. '"'  Pacific Coast  Grown SEEDS  TREES, PLANTS  Reliable varieties at reasonable prices. No Borers.  No Scale. No fumigation to damage stock. No  windy agents to annoy you. Buy direct and get  trees and seeds that grow.  Fert'lizers, Bee Supplies,  Spray Pumps, Spraying material, Cut Flowers, etc.   Catalogue free.  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Rd. VANCOU 7ER. B. C  N. B.���������������������������Anyone wishing a Catalogue free, may  have one by calling at the office of Walk er's Weekly  Is the king of bread flours.  )  ere  And it is  is  always fresh.    Of course,  Columbia Flouring Mills Co.,  ore  you use it.  Enderby  on his frontal landscape He looked  like a remittance man who had lost  his cigarette, but he was not for he  had a gold watch in his hand. He  put the watch under the tick, which  no doubt improved his bed by having  two ticks under him. 1 whispered  through the aperture asking him  what   was   the   matter.     He   replied ; *���������������������������'  that he could not lock his door and j The old home piace���������������������������the place where the pioneers of the Valley put  was afraid that someone would enter | up when Enderby was a'bornhV.     You can't forget the hotel home  i    , __1.1_.-1 ! ���������������������������   t        1     ��������������������������� j 1 1 "IV TT TTT. T~������������������T"������������������  TTTTI T/*1 TTfTl Ti.   ..._-..-* i-L. _���������������������������������������������   TT^*^ _-3 ^_l^..-  You can't forget  i during the night and take! provided in the early days by WEBB WRIGHT.   It was the Enderby  I Hotel then; it is the Enderby Hotel now. And you won't forget the  I cordial treatment that will be accorded you today as it was the  I pioneer then. The ENDERBY HOTEL, feJ&iS_������������������GHT' Proprietor  the roon  his time. 1 informed him that there  was no danger, but if he was worried  about it he could hand the watch  through the aperture to me and I  would keep watch while he slept.  When he discovered that I was an  editor he hove a sigh of relief and  passed the ticker through the wall.  He   remarked    that   no   one   would  Working Harness, Saddles, Repairing  Anything you need, in stock  J. W. Evans,^E���������������������������__KER Enderby ENDERBY, B. C, October 29, 1908  ���������������������������_pw  ���������������������������' ��������������������������� -������������������--"-- ��������������������������� *-������������������������������������������������������  Clothing that Speaks for Itself  The Fit  *  Reform  This store's purpose is to dress men better than they have ever been dressed���������������������������to provide  such styles and patterns as will express the individuality of the wearer and give genuine satisfaction. We allow no one to give a greater equivalent for your money, and the suits and  overcoats we have for Fall and Winter wear easily discount everything in the past. We  mean to make this the safest store for you to buy at every day in the year. We sell only the  very best of clothing and insist on a porfect understanding with each customer. You run no  risk at all in buying here. Our prices are always the lowest for which equally good clothing  can be bought any where.    Sweaters and all seasonable goods; full stock; Al goods.  Enderby Trading Com. 6  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  _ae  ���������������������������____  gees'  O 0  THE   SHEPHERD.  6~ -o  A prosperous sheep man says: One of  the most important things in making  the sheep business profitable is care.  Sheep feel neglect, and there is always  failure where they are kept in a shiftless, careless way. Every year raise  lambs that are better than their dams,  and your success is assured. Take good  care of the ewes. This care ought to  begin before the lambs come. Getting  ready is always the most important  part of all. The ewes should have the  best hay and grain we have in the crib.  Musty hay will not do. Heavy grain is  not the thing for the last few weeks  before the lambs come. Keep salt before the sheep at all times. They eat  lots of it.  Sheep and Dogs.  We   have   kept   sheep   for   the   last  twenty   years   and   never chad   a   dog  bother them, says a Maryland breeder.  ff you   will  put :'heep bells on  about  half of your flock you will not be bothered   with   dogs.     A   sheep  dog   is  a  sneak thief and  will not go where he  will make a noise.    Put fifty bells on  a   hundred   sheep,   and   you   need   not  lose any sleep listening for dogs.    The  bells  cost 75  cents   per dozen,  straps  about the same price.    I live in a dairy  section,  but some farmers keep sheep,  and dogs  attack  only  the  flocks  that  are not belled.  Weeds and Sheep.  Weeds  come   in   without  any   effort  on our part but in spite of our hardest  efforts to keep them out.    How can we  utilize them?    Pigs make good use of  them, but sheep will make the best use  of the  weed crop,   writes a  farmer in  Rural New Yorker.    Sheep can be tied  in a  fence  corner or  with  a   portable  fence kept on a small piece of ground  after one crop has been taken off and  _the.._ weeds ...start.    There are flozons nf_  ways in which the sheep can be used  to   keep   down   weeds,   and   they   will  prove a blessing to any weedy farm.  Shearing  Sheep.  Those   who   have   very   many   sheep  should   have a   shearing  machine.     It  does the work belter and quicker than  hand shears",   without so  much  injury  to  the  sheep.     Whore  one   has  but  a  few sheep it is better to go in with his  neighbors and get a machine.    But it is  well   to  learn  how   to shear  by   hand.  Teach the boys even though you have  a machine.    It is bad practice to leave  any  tags on   the sheep     If you don't  want them  in  the  wool, clip them  off  anyway just for tiie looks of the sheep.  The   best   time   to  dip   is ��������������������������� right  after  shearing.    Some   wait   until   the  tjpks  have all gone on to the lambs and then  dip   only   the   lambs.     Better   dip   all  sheep and lambs,  not once, but twice.  so  as   to  catch   the   ticks   that   hatch  after the first dip.  Special  Feed For Thin  Ewes.  It will pay to separate the thin ewes  from   the   rest   and   give  them   snodal  feed lor awhile. Don't leave them with  the rest to struggle for their living, bat  ���������������������������''ivf them a little advantage,  THE  STOCK RAM.  Pudiqree and Individual Excellence of  Vast Importance.  Many of those who own small flocks  only as a side line don't realize the  importance of buying rams of good  qualities and pure breeding. It is a  shortsighted policy to purchase an inferior ram because he can be got for  a few dollars less than one that is well  bred and of individual excellence.  The line bred ram has the prepotency that stamps his desirable qualities on his get. Usually the get of  the grade lacks uniformity. He is as  likely to transmit some of the undesirable traits of some of his mongrel  ancestors. No matter how good an individual he mav be, his inability to  transmit with certainty his own good  points disqualifies' him.  Professor Thomas Shaw says that  where but a small flock of sheep is  kept  and   but   one   ram   there  are  no  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, commencing1 July 12th. Mara, at 3.30 p.m.every alternate Sunday, commencing July 5th. AH cor-  dially invited.   Rev. J. Leech-Porter, B.D., Vicar  METHODIST CHURCH���������������������������Young People's meet-  ���������������������������"-*���������������������������. ing, Sunday, 7 p. m.; Preaching every  Sunday, 7:30 p. m.; Junior Epworth League,  Tuesday, 3:45 p. m.; Prayer Meeting, Tuesday,  7:30 p.m.; Class Meettng, 8;15 p. m. (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.   P. CAMPBELL, Pastor.  "DAPTIST CHURCH-Sunday School, 10 a. m.;  -L> 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.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40.  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  H. H. WORTHINGTON,           Secretary          CITY OF ENDERBY  rUTY 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. Worthington; Committee on Health, Geo. R. Lawes. Poundkeeper,  Evans & Mack.  POST OFFICE  "LTOURS���������������������������8 a. m. toj3:30'p. m.; mails close, south-  -*������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������   bound, 8:45 a.m.; northbound, 2:45 p. m.   SMALL DEBTS COURT   QITS every Saturday, by appointment at 2 p. m.  ^ Graham Rosoman, Police and Stipendiary  Magistrate.  HEAD OF ]<-.\l������������������  DKLAINE MtfltlXO  HAM.  serious objections to allowing the ram  to graze with the (lock when the pastures are good, but should the fioek  be large and ihc rams many it is different.  Where several stock rams are kept  they are given a small pasture by  themselves. If they can be given a  change of pasture occasionally they  are likely to do better, but this is  frequently fun ml impracticable As  stock ..rams are usually grained, somewhat heavily at the mating season,  the aim should be to bring them  through a portion of the summer at  least without grain.  This can usually be done when the  grazing is plentiful, nutritious an:l succulent. The effect on the .system is  cooling, the digestion is less taxed, and  ..the influence exerted is renovating.  But when the season draws near for  service it may be necessary to feed  grain to them again, that they may  begin the season's service strong and  vigorous.  D  PROFESSIONAL  R. H. W. KEITH,  jOffice hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon. 4 EoV  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, 12 to 1  Office:   BELL BLOCK ENDERBY  W.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block, EnderbyJB.C.  pLAUDE R JONESi"  V^   ARCHITECT  CONSULTING ENGINEER  FOR HEATING AND  VENTILATING  INSTALLATIONS.  VERNON B. C,  PETER BURNET  Dominion & Provincial  Land Surveyor  Metcalf Block,       Enderby, B.C. ENDERBY, B. C, October 29, 1908  for  October  is out,   and   will  be mailed to  all  subscribers    this  week.       ' 'Under  the Pines''   is  a  class magazine. It  is not a milk-and-  water  periodical.  Men and women  who like it pay for  it;    while   those  who don't understand it don't like  it and don't pay  for it.       "Under  the    Pines"     is  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  Drop us a line, or  come in and tell  us that you want  a copy  "Under the Pines"  The Walker Press, Enderby  Our Meats are  always fresh  and we serve the best  on the market. Fish,  poultry and eggs in  season.  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  "Under the Pines"   | Where   W^^T^^^^  FACTS AND FANCIES.  Long   Lines   Features   of   Smart   Cos-  tumes���������������������������Fichu  Effects and Drapery.  Long lines arc the most important  feature of the fashionabte rostume,  and to obtain such effects many resources are. employed. Coat effects,  tunics that hang gracefully on the figure from shoulder to a point low on  the skirt, tunics with long haugiug  points, sashes, tabs and all the devices  isnown to the dressmakers are brought  into use.  Now that fichu effects and shawl  draperies are so much in vogue one  of those old fashioned fringed, white  embroidered china silk shawls would j  be useful to its owner. It could first  be iiym\ to match the color of the  pown and arranged as a tunic on a  frock.  The shirt  waist illustrated  is made  as*  A Novel Salad.  Do you want to serve a salad that  isn't commonplace? Make it of cherries, luscious pink and white oxhearts  served on delicate green lettuce hearts  covered with a highly seasoned French  dressing.  Stone the cherries so as to crush  them as little as possible. They may  be used alone, or the centers can be  filled with pecans. Put them on the  ice uutil thoroughly chilled.  The French dressing is mixed in a  bowl which has been rubbed with a  clove or garlic and a small piece of  oniou and is made hot with red pepper. Allow the cherries to stand in  it for at least half an hour before  serving.  This salad is as charming to the eye  as to the palate and may be quickly  and easily cprepa red in an emergency.  Ice Cream Whims.  A block of ice cream covered with a  meringue, set in the oven to color and  served immediately, is an "easy device  to combine heat and cold in one food.  Vet another whim is to roll some rich  paste vaiy thin, cut in squares, put a  spoonful of firm ice cream in the center and fold the moistened edges and  pinch so that no heat can get in.   Set  quickly   into  a   very   hot oven   which  will   bake   the   paste   before   it   melts  the ice.    Serve instantly.    This liking  for eating a  combination of temperature is further indulged by serving hot  apple   pie   or   baked   Indian   pudding  garnished    with    a    spoonful   of   ice  cream.  To  Keep Them Flat.  The plaitings seen  on   many of  the  Reason's waists may be laundered easi  ly" if "fhcT'dgo is 17:7s t ed I ie fore send i n g  to the wash. This may seem a trouble,  but the results after ironing make it  worth while.  Another reason that the new plait-  Ings lie flatter than formerly is that  they are put in perfectly flat after  plaiting, allowing no fullness of gathers. Hold the plaiting toward' you  while basting, for. while not fulled', it  must: not be scant enough to draw.  John S.  Johnstone  t    GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Building,   Excavating,   Masonry Work  __, a specialty  ENDERBY B. C.  A HUMMEH SIIIHT WAIST���������������������������3835.  A pattern y| this serviceable shirt waist  [nay hi' haul in seven sizes-from 32 to <V<  uiclies bust measure. Send 10 cents to this  '>Hkv. givin- number <_.>.;.;.), and it will bc-  prompily  forwarded   u> you  by  mail.  wilh long oi- three-quarter sleeves and  without or with a lining To arrange  the fullness of a shirt waist at the  ���������������������������waist line some women put a narrow  linen tape through a facing and draw  in the fullness after the skirt is on, adjusting it in the right olace.  A   Neat  Patch.  To mend the knees of little boys'  trousers so they will look us well and  wear as well as when new rip the  sea:ns as far up as worn, cut away  the worn part, take a piece of cloth  like the garment, sew straight across  the front, carefully matching goods;  press   the  seam   well,   then   shape   by  .the piece out off. sew up the seams and  hem across the front.    If the pressing  'is  well  <::v.:r.  one could  not  tell  they  had been !::e:i<]e(J. WALKER'S WEEKLY,  DOMINION     ELECTIONS  Yale-Cariboo Riding  Mr. Martin Burrell  Conservative Candidate  Will address a meeting at the  K. of P.Hall, Enderby  .'���������������������������  Saturday  Afternoon  Chair taken at 1:30 o'clock.  Ladies   invited   to   Attend  J. T. Robinson, Campaign Secretary ENDERBY, B.C., October 29, 1908  9  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $11,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary Psesident, 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-.^j^iS&Jp  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 EdwardHotel, gStjMURPHY Enderby  This is the time of year when you should  Treat Yourself  and  Family  to frequent trips into the country.     The hills,  canyons and landscape are at t^eir prettiest.       Place your order with us for a rig,  and enjoy the half-holidays and the delightful Sundays.  EVANS & MACK ENDERBY  Jame  Pi  MowatReal Estate  &Insurance  EN DER B Y.   B. C.  Fire Insurance in first-class companies.     Accident Insurance  REASONABLE TERMS  WRITE FOR LIST  PavwVIl At Pa Plumbing and  \jdl I Oil QL Vul). Furnace Work  Eave Troughing and all kinds of  Sheet Tin   and  Copper work.    Repairing and  Jobbing Work given prompt attention.  Corner Hudson and Alexander Sts. SALMON ARM  THE BEST CLAY IN THE VALLEY, well-burnt, makes the  Best Bricks in the Valley  A large stock of bricks now on hand. Reasonable prices in large or  small quantities. Build of brick, and you'll have all the comforts  of home���������������������������and a great many more. The cost is about the same as  frame-built, and the comforts a great deal more,  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co., Enderby  Wanted���������������������������At Enderby, a resident DENTIST.   A good field for a  man capable of doing the right kind of work.  TO TAKE BANKS LAND.  Saptain   Bernier In His Trip Will  Add  to Canadian Territory.  On his journey north in the Arctic  Captain Bernier has great latitude.  The instructions to the Canadian Government cruiser propose that the vessel follow up the work in which she  has been employed for several years  past of ascertaining Canadian authority in the portions of the polar regions which belong to the British  crown. In so doing Captain Bernier  has been warned not to take any  course which might result in complications with a foreign country. On  the way north lve was to observe the  conditions in Hudson Bay Straits as  to ice, and proceed thence to the  whaling stations in Cumberland Gulf.  From Baffin's Land he is to cross to  the Greenland shore, to push north  to the entrance to Lancaster Sound.  From the mouth of Lancaster Sound  he is to push down the Sound  and proceed as far west as possible.  The country on either side is to be  visited, all the old depots are to be  examined, and Capt. Bernier is to  take a look as far as conditions will  permit at the various sounds and  straits leading north and south from  Melville Bay and Bank Strait."  In the event of the Arctic being able  to pick her way through Lancaster^  Sound and Melville Sound she: is to  take formal possession of Banks Land  and neighboring islands westward of  those which were visited on her last  cruise.  THEY KEE0 GA;UC.  Scottish   Canadian   Dassen't  Go  Over  Without Talking the yTalk.  That Gaelic is not yet to be reckoned among the dead languages is clearly evident from the strange predicament in which a young Canadian of  Scottish ancestry found himself on  going over to old Scotia this summer  for the first time to see some of his  relatives still living in the land of the  heather.  In a letter to a friend in Toronto he  w ritos i n pa_i_j_:__ _L wen t-iip .north _ in to-  the Western Hebrides to pay my res-poets to my ancestors, and spent  about two weeks in the Highlands. It  was really about the strangest place  I   wjis  ever   iu.    Nearly  everyone  on  the  island   of is  a. relative of  mine, and very few of them can speak  .V.nglish. I was prepared for a great  deal of Gaelic, but had no idea, it  y:'ui](| ho so 1)m1 as it was. Of course,  it \va,s awkwanl for me. as I haven't  it word of Gaelic, and there were first  cops ins there who- could not speak a  word to me.  "It is a very backward place. I was  those two weeks without seeing a  newspaper. The people live in little  thatched cottages, with mud floors  and open peat fires, and the hens are  always running around inside of the  house. Young Scottish-Canadians  would hardly believe that this was a  true picture of any part of the land  of their ancestors at the present  time."  Labor sometimes needs to be protected from its fool  friends. JHCH  ���������������������������JJ-1.1.L-J-.  ',������������������..  ' , '������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������',i^JJ._.-U_.,  JS.1LJ0.  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  ���������������������������1    ���������������������������      I'.'  LWIIJ:  9  ont  Cough!  You can easily break up a  cold with a bottle of  Black  Cherry  Cough Syrup  Enderby Drug &  Stationery Co.  Fresh Goods  This year's Pickles with  the home-made flavor; a  trial     will     convince.  1 for 25c,     2 for 45c,    3 for 60c  This year's Eating Figs  -^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Jltl^c-packages.._  Fine assortment of  Cadbury's Chocolates  Walter Robinson  CASH   GROCER  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and   Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Repared  PRO BONO PUBLICO  T          Ed. Walker's Weekly: Sir:  Will you allow me to ask the  merchants of Enderby how  much longer they are going  to continue the closing of  their stores on Wednesday  afternoon. Do they not care  to encourage business. Is it  their intention to keep it up  all winter? When I drive in  from the country and find  the stores closed, I do not  feel like coming back. I  am living five miles from  Enderby and about the same  distance from Armstrong.  Your merchants drive me to  Armstrong. This half-holiday is allright in the summer time, but now that summer is past, is it going to be  continued? Your reply will  oblige, Deep Creek.  [We believe the merchants  of Enderby have signed an  agreement to close each  Wednesday afternoon of the  year. It is causing much  complaint from out-of-town  people, and may be discontinued, though our merchants feel a half-holiday  each week is due them.  However, the merchants of  Enderby,are as accommoda-  Just Arrived  New samples for Fall and  Winter Clothing from the  famous "House of Hobber-  lin," Toronto. Give us a trial  Satisfaction guaranteed and  prices right.  Underwear, Sweaters and  Gloves of. all kinds.  3-pound tins Pie Peaches  25c, while they last.  WHEELER & EVANS  Fred. H. Barnes  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.  ENDERBY,   B.C.  X  X  r  _���������������������������,  Rear Evans Blk  Enderby  IS  Butter-Paper Day  Brandish & Baird  Plain and Ornamental  PLASTERING, LATHING  Brick and Cement work.     Hard Wall  work a specialty.  'No Job Too Big; No Job Too Small"       Enderby  ting as the merchants of any  other town, and if they find j  the half-holiday is inconven- j  iencing any number of out- j  of-town people they will dis-!  continue it.    They recognize j  that they are in business to |  sell goods at a profit,  and!  the time to sell goods is when; Makers  of   butter,   listen.  the people want to buy,-Ed] j We will print butter-paper  on Saturday. Place your  order. We will pool all orders and make one job of it.  It costs a printer $1 to get  th'e smallest job on the press.   If he can get a lot  row and suffering. -"'People who are;! ofsmaii jobs and push them through without a  walking    mistakes    cannot    D'e^saveil ! c'htnVein the make-ready this cost is reducetl.   If  ��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������[ you do not wish to order in 500   lots,  make your  by   the   doleful   Sermons   Of. a   billioilS'.order, for lOO or 200.      The   finest paper, printed  parson,  and the majority of parsons i with butter-paper ink, 100 for $1, 200 $1.50.  are billious. ' j THE  WALKER   PRESS,    ENDERBY  It is the errors that we commit in  the use of air, drink, raiment and  thought that makes so many fly ti  religion   to  seek  surcease  from  sov- ENDERBY,B. C, October 29, 1908  .���������������������������j��������������������������� i~u_,-Lj -F.,.-r-,.T_._-i���������������������������  11  Liberal Majority Gut Doivn  With Borden as leader it  will require a third of a century for the Conservative  partyto break the Liberal  rule in Canada, supposing  the same per centage of gain  is made each election as was  made this election. In Nova  Scotia the Conservatives  gained 5, in Manitoba 4, and  in British Columbia 3. The  Liberal majority was cut  down from 62 to 49, according to latest reports, with 6  seats to hear from. "If  Ontario had not gone back  on us," say the Manitoba  Conservatives, "Borden  would have won out." Ralph  Smith is the only Liberal  elected in British Columbia.  Three Conservatives were  elected, with the two deferred elections to come off.  the idle freight cars. Last  year there were 413,338 in  the States and Canada.  There are now 125,678. A  most striking change in the  situation has taken place on  the Canadian lines, where a  shortage has occurred for  the first time in any section  since the industrial depression set in.  German Noodles  nr  Rolling Stock in Demand  A sign of the times not to  overlooked is in regard  to  Two stout old Germans  were enjoying their pipes  and placidly listening to the  strains of the summer-garden orchestra. One of them  in tipping his chair back  stepped on a parlor match,  which exploded with a bang.  1 'Dot vas not on de program," he said, turning to  his companion.  "Votvas not?"  "Vy, dot match."  "Vot match?"  "De match I valked on."  "Veil   I   didn't   see  match; vot about it?"  no  "Vy, I valked on a match  and it vent bang, and I said  it vas not on de program."  The other picked up his  program and read it through  very carefully. "I don't see  it on de program," he said.  "Veil, I said it vas not on  de program, didn't I?  ' 'Veil, vat has it got to do  mit  de  program   ,anyvay?  Egsplain yourself."       >  Farewells   Friday  A great day is anticipated  afc>the Evangelistic Mission  on Friday. At 3:30 p.m. in  the Presbyterian church, Mr.  Russell will give an important message on Mystery of  Mysteries, and at 7:45 his  closing address, Rewards of  Righteousness.  "True enlightenment is  that which teaches man that  he is a law to himself. True  culture is that which accustoms him to obey this law  without regard to reward  and punishment."  ^ou-boil-an-egg^ten-miniitesryou^know^you^can^beaHt  You see "Stans.field" on a suit of underwear, you know you can't beat it.  'o Come in and let us show you the goods.  HARVEY & DOBSON, General Merchants, Enderby 12  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  By the Road Side  There are hermit souls that live with-  :   drawn,  In the place of their self-content;  There are souls, like stars, that live  apart  Tn a fellowless firmament;  There   are   pioneer  souls  that   blaze  their-path  Where highway never ran���������������������������  But  let  me  live by the side  of  the  road,  And be a friend to man.  Let me live in a house by the side of  the road,  Where the race of men go by���������������������������  The men- who are good, and the men  who are bad,  As good   and as bad as I.  I would not sit in the scorner's seat,  Nor hurl the cynic's ban;  Let me live in a house by the side of  the road,  And be a friend to man.  ]  see from ray house  by  the side of  the road,  By the side of the highway of life,  The men who press with the ardor of  hope,  The men who are faint with strife.  But T turn not away from their smiles  or their tears���������������������������  Both parts of an infinite plan;  Let me live in my house by the side  of the  road,  And be a  friend to man.  ��������������������������� [Sam Walter Foss.  Give us this day our daily work,  and lead us not into agitation, litigation or perspiration.  IN   THE  WOODS  In the woods of September surely  the forest-soul may be surprised. In  that month the sweet incessant business of bird and beast lessens or is at  an end. The woodpecker may still  tap at the boles of gnarled oaks and  chestnuts; the squirrel is more than  ever mischievously gay; on frosty  mornings, when the gossamer webs  are woven across every bramble, and  from frond to frond of the bronze-  stained bracken, the redbreast tries  and retries the poignant new song  he has somehow learned since first  he flaunted his bright canticles of  I larch and April from the meadow-  hedge on the sunn eel greenness of the  beech-covert. But there is a general  silence, a present suspense, while the  lime yellows, and the birch takes on  her pale gold, and oak and sycamore  and ash slowly transmute their green  multitudes  into  a   new  throng  clad  in russet or dull red or sunset-orange.  The forest is full of loveliness: in  her dusky ways faint azure mists  gather. When the fawn leaps through  the fern it is no longer soundless:  there is a thin dry rustle, as of a dove,  brushing swiftly from its fastness in  an ancient yew. One-may pass from  covert to covert, from0 glade to glade,  and find the Secret just about to be  revealed ��������������������������� somewhere beyond the  group of birches, under that pine it  may be, just behind that isolated  thorn. But it is never quite overtaken.    It is as evasive as moonlight  in the hollows of waves. When  present, it is already gone. When  approached, it has the unhasting but  irretrievable withdrawal of the shadow.  ENDERBY'S  FURNITURE   STORE  I have moved my  Furniture into  a larger store, and  invite you to come in and inspect my goods just to satisfy  yourself that I can furnish  your house cheaper than you  can buy elsewhere.  FALL SHIPMENTS  are arriving. Inspect our new  stock. Everything up-to-date.  Special discounts in Carpets,  Rugs, Squares, Etc.  Pictures Framed and all  kinds of Repair work done  on short notice  W. T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  ������������������  This may not be the BEST time to paint, but it is THE  time to BUY PAINT  i  i  i  - ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   - ���������������������������  If you wish to save money, PAINT NOW !       I have on hand a quantity of  paint suitable for all kinds of outside painting, which I do not wish to carry over  winter, and will sell same at LESS THAN COST for the  Do not miss this GEEATOP^                                         buildings painted for  less than the cost of the paint at ordinary prices.  Small lots, $1.50 per gallon.    Barrel, 10 percent discount.  I have also the largest and best stock of Stoves,  Graniteware,  and General  Hardware eqer shown in Enderby.     Call before you   purchase elsewhere.    The  prices are right and I will treat you right.  Fulton's Hardware Store  CLIFF STREET              c                                                         ENDERBY, B. C.

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