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 ___Mt___s_?r^arr_w*!!J  Co-^&aJlA-*  WAL  WEEKLY  Published every Thursday at Enderby, the Gate-Way of the famous Okanagan,  Land of the Biff Canadian Red Apple and the California of Canada  Entered in the Post Office at Enderby, B. C, as second-class matter.  Volume 1.  1IY TIIK YKAK, ���������������������������������������������.  ENDERBY, B.C., DECEMBER 17,  1908.  IIY TIIK COl'-Y,  OC.  Number 42  Every reader can make a Dollar by  taking  advantage of  our Christmas offer, on  Page  12.        Read it.  Published every Thursday  by The Walker Press,  at Enderby, B. C, the  Gate-way City of the famous Okanagan Valley.  II. ~ AI.      > VA 1.1 v 12 1 _  Advertising rates on application.   Subscription, one year, $2; six months, $1  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.  Address all communications to-   THE WALKER PRESS, Enderby, B. C.  Pa says: "The only, sure enough sinner is- the man who  congratulates himself that he is without sin.''  T  FROM ONE MAN'S POINT OF VIEW  IN his remarks at the meeting of the  Curling Club, last Thursday evening,  Jr. Hale hit the nail squarely on the  head when he said the citizens of Enderby would like to see the City Council dp  something exciting just for once. Everyone is ready to admit that the position of  mayor or alderman in a small town is a  mean one'. The man wrho accepts either  position must be prepared for much unpleasantness and little honor. And we are  quite sure Mr. Hale recognizes this. But  what Mr. Hale meant was this: The people  would like to see the Council take the initiative in something.   A dilly-dally, lacka-  HERE is one place in British Columbia  always dear to the heart of one who  has enjoyed the pleasures of its  charm. That place is New Denver, the  Lucerne of North America, situated on the  Slocan Lake, with majestic mountains  standing high upon all sides, and the low  lands.and plateaus planted in orchards of  luscious fruits. The day is coming when  New Denver will enjoy annual visits from  thousands of pleasure-seekers and will be  the home of wealth and refinement.  A special number of J. J. Atherton's paper, the Mining Review, recently published,  presents, in. an. artistic manner the many  points of interest in and about New Denver,  showing the magnitude of the mining and  lumber resources, the fruit orchards and  their possibilities, the excellence of climate,  and,the grandeur of mauntain, lake and  glacier scenery. "A Pioneer," tells the  way to ".Health, Sport and Fqrtnne," R.  T. Lowery, gives some breezy reminiscences  | of the early days; J. C. Harris tells of a  | trip to the glacier, and Jay Jay fills in the  | balance with descriptive articles on the in-  j dustries that are contributing to the up-  ! building of the District. It is a number of  | great interest to anyone interested in the  -Slocan.  daisical, don't-see-how, wait-a-while policy,  persisted in will put any place "on the  bleachers." The policy may be one that! TF the coming Spring gives promise of  prevents the Council having enemies, but j I anything it is that Enderby will e'x-  the corporation or individual...haying no en-I **" perience a season of steady, sound  emies, is liable to be in the same position I growth. The tendency of the buyer how  with regard to friends. ; is   to purchase where   irrigation   is   not  The time has arrived in municipal mat- j necessary, and where the fruit produced is  ters when Enderby must move up a notch. ; the highest quality. The indications are  The country round about Enderby is build- ��������������������������� that a systematic effort will by that time  ing-up in population as rapidly as any other ; be made to bring to Enderby a class of de-  district in the Valley. This was shown by  the polling in the recent election. But the  town itself does not show the same increase.  It will be up to the fifth Council to adopt a  more aggressive policy. The fear so often  expressed that this or that CAN'T be done  is out-of-date. And the other fear, that  the ratepayers will not sanction a go-ahead  sirable settlers. These settlers will be  quick to grasp the opportunities here offered, for they will be men who recognize a  good thing when they see it. - The bench  lands about Enderby*will rapidly be transformed into orchards, and the bottom-lands  into hay, roots and vegetables, with here  and there a dairy,   or   poultry and stock  policy, is without foundation. The rate- j farm. . Let us forget there ever was a  payers want a progressive policy. They ; knocker; don't listen to the man who damns  want to see Enderby take a position some- j-by.iaint praise;.send not a dollar out of  where higher up. They are tired of win- ! town for anything that can be purchased  ding up the procession in the position of .here; stand shoulded to shoulder;buck-up  a cow's tail with a knot in the end of it.      : for Enderby District! WALKER'S WEEKLY,  _>cx  xxz  zxxz  NEWS IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN AND DISTRICT  _xx_  XX  P. Greyell opened his rink to,  the public last night.  Twins, a boy and girl, came to  the home of Roger Dale, Friday  morning, Dec. 4th.  On Christmas Day, the services  at the Church of England will be  at 8:30 a. m. and 11 a. m.  Harry Krebs, selling man for  the Roger's Lumber Co., returned  from the prairie provinces this  week.  The Tennis Club rink will be  opened tonight. It is well lighted and is furnished with a comfortable dressing room.  The splendid turnout of Robt. j It looks as if the city had re-  Waddell attracted considerable j linquished all right to Mill street  attention on the streets of En-j to the railway company. Mr.  derby yesterday; the horses, cut-; Kenney, in order to get material  ter, robes and groom being typical | on the ground to carry on the  of a "comfi" Old Country winter j crib work on the river front,  scene. j laid approaches along the rails at  Harvey & Dobson filed papers I the Mill-street crossing. These  of assignment last Friday. Their! have been torn up, and the double  assets exceed their liabilities j track stands rail-high above the  more than $12,000. J. S. Wilson j level of the street. And our city  has been appointed assignee and j fathers know nothing about it!  is in charge. Business is pro-j A communication of genuine  ceeding the same as usual. \ merit, giving an accurate account  Poultrymen will be interested' of the past season's road work  in an excellent article under the ��������������������������� under Wm. Hancock's direction,  caption,   "Poultry Raising as a;is crowded out of this week's  6pi H ���������������������������   1   t    f h']'A   J Side-line," written by that prac- issue.   The writer expresses the  a   an s P   } * \ ^ca] breeder of layers and show I unanimous opinion of the District  goods,  and the arrangement of, bjrdS( H   K  Waby>  which wili!when he says: "Wm. Hancock is  t e   isp ay is veiy p easing. j appear -n ^ese pages next week.] a cracker-jack at road making.  Manager Stevens, of the A. R. j ^y j?. Boyer is running a log- He is doing along our roads what  Roger's Lumber Co., is absent!ging camp at siahaltkan, for the; the people have been crying out  on a month's visit to Minneapolis j ^dams River Lumber Co., of!for for the last 9 or 10 years and  and several Washington mill j-Chase, near Shuswap. Siahaltkan l have not got until this year."  points. j ig a . pOStoffice   on   the Salmon j The communication" will  appear  Wm. Elson has rented a cottage j River.   Twenty or  30  men will j next week,  on Mill street and will set up his j be employed.   J.   C.  English is j    ^m^ Hancoc__ and family left  tailoring table, having on hand a! building the bunkhouse. !ona two-month's   visit   to the  nice    line   of   English    tweed i    Mrs. R. P. Bradley and family | coast cities Wednesday evening,  suitings. jje������������������|. .������������������or y-e coast  on Monday, I Mr. Hancock   is taking a well-  A meeting of the creditors of ;where she joins Mr.   Bradley in ! earned   vacation,   after  several  the Rothsay   Lumber Co. Ltd., j his new business at Vancouver.; months of continuous road work,  will be held in. the office of H. | Enderby friends   regret to see!The past summer's work in the  !0_arvey71iqu^  Dec. 29th. ��������������������������� to greet them on   their return, |a splendid system of roads���������������������������bet-  Walter Robinson had on ex-,j which, it is hoped, may be soon, ter roads than we ever have had.  hibition in his show window this j' jjere js a fact that Enderby Superintendent of Roads Laing  week  21-point  antlers  from   a[canbepr^ the.  deer~shokby.on^o^ Hancock,  tion hunters. -i-by was the onlv exchange that j Whatever  was  attempted   was  Geo.   McEwin,   who recently j anywhere near' came up  to its j ft���������������������������shed, and there is not a piece  bought a piece  of   the Curranjestimate.   At the opening of the!of road built  thls  year by Mr'  property, North  Enderby, is do-; season Manager Strickland sent  ing   splendid   missionary   work j to the Central  an estimate, pla-  ...... \\  Hancock that will not stand the  closest scrutiny and the severest  with the Mara booklet.  cing Enderby's product at $25, - itest"  Enderby Lodge No. 40, A. F. 1000. Shipments thus far have  &A. M., held its annual election ! reached $18,000, with consider-  of officers on Thursday evening ��������������������������� able hay yet to go out. The Vic-  last. The complete list of those | toria exchange is the only ex-  chosen to bear office for the en- j change that exceeded Enderby  suing year will appear at an early j in shipments. Victoria estimated  date. ! over $100,000 and shipped $22,000  The anniversary social supper  and entertainment given Tuesday  evening in the basement and auditorium of the Presbyterian  church, was well attended and  thoroughly enjoyed. Rev. Mr.  Campbell   was in  exceptionally ENDERBY, B. C, December 17, 1908.  good spirit and placed the gathering at its truest and best early  in the evening. When supper  was served in the basement the  gathering adjourned to the auditorium, where a short program  of singing and appropriate addresses was enjoyed. . The supper netted the church building  fund upwards of $51.  Enderby lodge, K. of P., richly  deserves all the nice things said  about it on the opening of the  new hall. By. the enterprising  public spirit that has characterized this lodge from its inception,  Enderby is given as fine a dance  hall as can be found in the Valley,  and an amusement hall quite up  to the average. Enderby has  never had a more enjoyable dance  than the opening ball given by  the Knights last Friday. The  dance netted the lodge, $100, so  it may be judged how many were  present. The hall has been newly floored, making it excellent for  dancing, and is artistically decorated. The supper provided by  the Pythian Sisters,  pleased all.  These are the gladdest:days of  the year, when we get happiness  by giving it. If you are the  proud parent of a boy or -girl,  you can make him or her or them  supremely happy by presenting  a season ticket on the Tennis  Club rink. a "She" would also  like to be remembered in the.  same way; and, young man, if  you appreciate Her company,  present Her with a season ticket  and see how much she will value  yours! Mr. Taylor will supply,  the tickets.  President Waby, of the Nor-  =thern^Okana^^^  ciation, is pleased to announce  that the services of Dr. Bell, of  Winnipeg, one of the best poultry judges in Canada, have been  secured to judge at the winter  poultry show to be held in Enderby late in January. An important meeting of the association will be held in Enderby,  Thursday, Dec. 24, at 2 p. m.  All interested, please attend.  The city voters' list for 1909,  in accordance with Provincial  law, was closed on Nov. 30th and  a copy posted for public inspection at the city office on Dec. 10.  The Court of Revision will hold  its first sitting, as also required  bylaw, on Dec. 21st, (Monday  next).  The King Edward is preparing  a good-times Christmas dinner,  batlSiaCtlOIl   When buying  Guaranteed Candies Here  I arri making a special effort for your Xmas trade  Candy and Chocolates, from 20c to 40c per lb.  Walter Robinson, Cash Grocer, Enderby  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  Working Harness, Saddles, Repairing  Anything you need, in stock  J.' W. Evans,HNADRSRMEiKER Enderby  with hand-illumined menus and  air tne other good things that go  with it.   Take your friends.  A. Fulton is.showing the latest  thing in/ Safety razors���������������������������a gift  that makes a clean impression.  H. W. Wright slipped on the  snow last Friday night and received a badly sprained ankle.  ENDERBY'S  FURNITURE   STORE  I  have moved my  Furniture into  a4aTgerstore7and  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  Fred/R Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Sashes,  Doors, Turnings and all factory work.   e  I represent the S. C. Smith Co.  of Vernon.       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.  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Repared  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  John S.  Johnstone  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Building,   Excavating,   Masonry Work  a specialty  ENDERBY B. C. WALKER'S WEEKLY,  O  IT takes time and patience to  organize a Curling Club, get  a rink going and the "roarhr  game",started. But all of these  Enderby has.  Last July Dr. Keith started to  talk curling to the boys. Dr.  Keith is a benefactor to the race.  He gives medicine when the condition of his patient, mental and  physical, requires it, but he believes in the philosophy of health,  not sickness, and tries to point  men in the way of health by the  way of Nature���������������������������plenty of healthful exercise and less stuffy bedrooms and supper-table, stuffing.  He has worked hard to get the  Curling Club started, and succeeded in placing 40 names on  the membership- roll at $10 each.  The matter of rink was settled  six weeks ago, but at the last  moment Mr. Ruttan, who was to  build it, had to disappoint the  club. Business called him from  Enderby. When the club was  ready to name its skips it found  it had no rink. Something had  to be done, and done quickly. A  meeting was called. The proposition was made that the  club build its own rink on the j  city recreation grounds was decided upon. But it could not be  foot plank walk down the centre,  and will be provided with a room  stove-heated. l  Reeves-Laing Nuptials  Arthur Reeves is receiving the  warm hand-shake of his many  Enderby friends to-day. He was  married yesterday.    Mr. Reeves  and Mrs.   Elizabeth Laing were  quietly joined . in wedlock Wednesday evening at the home of  Wm.     Mack,    North Enderby, i  where Mrs. Laing has been visit-:  ing for some months.    Rev. Mr. =  Campbell   performed   the ceremony.     Mr.   and   Mrs.   Reeves  will  spend their honeymoon at  Enderby. . j  Arthur Reeves is one of En-1  derby's progressive young busi-.;  ness men, and the congratulations of his friends are of that  sincere type that bespeak for  him and his bride the lasting;  friendship of all who know them.'  Have you seen  the exquisite  Calendar Panels  We are. offering? They are  the handsomest ever shown in  Enderby and are sure to please  Enderby Drug &  Stationery Co.  MUnder the Pines'' is growing  RnMV  ���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������     ���������������������������   . I-  done with $400; and, besides, an  other set of stones costing $150  was necessary.    The rink would  cost $750.    Could it be financed? j  When the city was up against'  the recreation grounds problem j  a year or two ago, needed money, !  Wm. Hancock came forward and ,  helped the city out.    And  when ,  the-Curling Club asked the ques- j  tion, "Could the curling rink be j  financed?"  Mr.   Hancock  again j  came forward   and   put up the  needful. ,  Monday morning Ira C. Jones  started the work of construction.  He promises to have the rink  ready for ice by Jan. 1st.. It will  have two sheets of ice, with a 4-  North Enderby Entertainment  The following splendid programme will be, given at the  North Enderby church entertainment, in the school house, tomorrow.evening.   An enjoyable evening awaits all who attend:  1. Chorus, - - - - Red Wing  2. Recitation,             -             -            - Susan Lefoy  ^���������������������������r^Song;'      -      -      ^ -~ -- Mrr^BHvosoman���������������������������  4. Recitation,  5. Song,  6. Dialogue,  7. Song,  8. Recitation,  9. Song,  10. Dialogue,  11. Musical Selection,  12. Recitation,  13. Song,  14. Dialogue,  15. Song,  16. Recitation,       -  17. Song,       ���������������������������-  18. Recitation,  19. Song,  20. Dialogue,  21. Duet,  22. Song,  23. Recitation,  .24., Song,      ���������������������������-���������������������������-  25. Chorus,    ���������������������������'-    -  Mr. B. Huffman  Mrs. Neve  -    ��������������������������� -        The Curiosity  Mr. J. Monk  - '       - Miss Waby  Miss Laing  "--���������������������������_-       Sugar and Cream  Mr. Salt  Edwin Thompson  Miss Haclow  Playing School  Mrs. Neve  - Mr. Leech-Porter  Miss Waby  Nellie Monk  - Mr. J. Tompkinson  Dr. Diaculum  Miss Hadow and Miss Laing  - -       Mr. Lambert  - Susan Monk  Miss Hadow  "In the Land of Somewhere" ENDERBY, B. C, December 17, 1908  The Gift Season  In giving Christmas Presents, don't forget your feet:  they're entitled to consideration for their  faithful efforts in your behalf during the  past year.  The purchase of a pair of WALK-OVER  shoes is not only a recognition of unselfish  service, but it is a wise investment, considered as a business proposition.  It is style, fit, qual-  It is a great satisfaction to a man to ^Y   ^.Cl  priCe  I.llaL.  realize when he buys a pair of shoes that p/vi-iv*f 'n tn? purchase of a  he is also buying a pair of stylish shoes ^EFo5'ctoTfflNG ���������������������������2S  that will be a protection to him, not only guarantee all these advantages,  in the showers of April but in the snows Montreal Styles at Montreal Prices,  of December ^e w^ c^ress ^ou we" a^ ^']^e cos^  \ Enderby Tradin  o.L*d- WALKER'S WEEKLY,  _^\  Zephyrs from the Wind-Swept Pines  By a Neophyte, in "Under the Pines"  v_:  ~s  to me the  Dickens to  little   ones:  "Out of the Mouths of Babes  and Sucklings Thou Hast  Perfected Praise "-.riweth  1       LOOKED   into   the   eyes  of a few-weeks-old babe  the   other   day,   and   as  I    did    so    there    came,  thought   that   prompted j  write:     "I   love   these;  and   it   is   not   a   small |  thing  when  they,  who  are  so  fresh j  from  God.  love you." j  t  I turn from the thought of Dickens j  to that behind orthodox Christianity j  and read there the names of a great I  host of little ones as pure as the babe j  ;'so fresh from God," who are being j  drilled into the belief that God j  awaits them aver there with the j  promise of eternal punishment if;  they fail to confess that they are j  miserable sinners on the road to j  perdition. And as I listen to their j  names read from the Cradle Roll 1 j  wonder not that God looks on and;  weeps.  ] look again into the babe's eyes  and see there infinitely more of Gocl  reflected than I can see reflected  from   the  good   clergyman  who  pre  sumes to pronounce judgment upon  the infant, and I wonder again. 1  wonder if the preacher is the oracle  of God and knoweth whereof he  speaks, or if perchance it may not be  that he himself hath been led into  the wrong channel of thought since  his name was entered upon the  cradle roll. May it not be that in  his infancy he was taught (as you  and 1) the old, old story of "man's  fall" and the resulting damnation of  all mankind, himself included. Such  being the case, I contend then that  he, as a child, had his mind warped  before he could know the meaning of  life, of death, of good, of bad, of  this, that and the other. He was  damned in his own mind before he  could speak the words of his heart���������������������������  damned before he could know why���������������������������  damned by the mother as she was  damned before him. And as I think  of this possibility,. I feel another  thought creeping upon me: may it  not be that he���������������������������remembering the  awful lessons that have been drilled  into him since infancy, and, never  for one moment questioning them���������������������������  may it not be that he really knows  less about it than the infant, "so fresh  from God."  I look into the infant's eye again  and there is reflected that simplicity  and trustfulness which can be found  no where else and in no other living  thing. There is an intelligence, too,  that we cannot account for; an intelligence that is not of this world���������������������������  an intelligence that is gradually lost  as the child takes on, or grows into,  the mental atmosphere of its surroundings.  I do not say it is so, for I do not  know, but may it not be that the  infant comes into the world clothed  in the spirit of the Soul of God, and  that as it grows older, the Spirit of  God is lost ,in the mixup of the contending spirits of the world, which  crowd in upon one even before we  are conscious of them. When the  infant hears nothing but the jangling  of contending spirits of the world,  it is not surprising that he grows  into the spirit of his environment-  He knows not how it cometh upon  'him���������������������������is not conscious of its presence  ���������������������������he knows of no oi_er presence���������������������������  because those about him know of no  other presence, and cannot see in him  the Spirit of the Soul in which he  came, they themselves having grown  out of it and into the cloud of worldly intelligence that must be expressed  to be understood.  The physical body is the external  counterpart and material envelope of  the spiritual organism, and the light  k,wj��������������������������� ������������������__ar**������������������-P-'nwi-i.* "��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9*  T������������������r_V^  J. A. DAKE  Jeivele r and Optician  ENDERBY.   BRITISH COLUMBIA  Jewelry  Bargains  Watches, Chains, RingsT  Lockets, Bracelets,  Necklaces  Silverware,   China,   Cut   Glass���������������������������the  quantities are limited in these three lines,  and at the reduced price (exactly wholesale)  you cannot do better in price, or find anything more suitable for Wedding Presents  or Xmas Gifts.  Repair work a specialty  a 11 w or k g u a r a nt e e d  The following prices will give you an idea of the exceptional values being offered:  Cut Glass, 1 8-in Bowl Fruit Dish, reg. $9.00, sale $6   Cut Glass, 1 8-in Fruit; Dish, reg. $10, sale $7  Cut Glass. 1 Bon Bon Dish, regular, $4.50, sale $2.50   Cut Glass, 1 Bon Bon Dish ^reg. .$6.-0, sale>4  Cut Glass, 1 Cream and Sugar, Dutch Effect, regular $10.00, sale $6.00  Everything in stock will be sold at the reduced price, and guaranteed as represented to you or money refunded.       All repair work entrusted  to me  receives mv personal attention and bears the above guarantee,/  " _nese goods are of the highest grade and cannot be duplicated any place m Canada  a t  the price.       A cordial invitation is extended to you and your friends to examine this stock and compare prices with any catalogue issueo.  J. A. DAKE, Jeweler & Optician, Cliff St., Enderby ENDERBY, B. C, December 17, 1908  that shineth in the infant's face  comes not from without, but from  within. And, the child, not. having  any earthly intelligence, what other  intelligence can it ha-ve but the intelligence of the Soul of God in and  through which it has its being.  If, then, the child is brought into  the world with the light of God's  Soul speaking through it, at what  time in its earthly existence does it  fall under the ban of the church?  Surely not while the Spirit of God  prevails. Now, if the Spirit of God  shineth in the child at birth, and  God is all powerful, why then is tb*  child permitted to grow out of the  Spirit of Light into the Spirit of  Darkness?,  Doesn't it seem-that we have deceived ourselves.    And may it not be j  that  we  are  laboring  under  a  false;  belief, handed down so long that we j  "As a man thinketh in his heart so  is he." The child thinketh no evil,  either of himself or others. He  therefore giveso expression to naught  but good. The reflection of God  through him is clear. Not until he  begins to take on the spirit of his  worldly environment is the reflection  clouded. Then by degrees it vanishes and there comes that hardness  of visage in which there is none of  God.  Isn't it possible;  nay, isn't it probable, that the ban of Adam held so j QlflveS of all kinds  long over the human race is responsible  for  the condition  we find  prevailing?  Xmas  Cards  and Novelties  also a nice line of  Fancy   Groceries  Underwear, Sweaters and  WHEELER & EVANS  "I'd like to remark," said Uncle  Hiram, "that this, world would be a  whole lot happier if people would  buy grapes and jelly for the sick  with  tlie money they usually spend  on flowers afterward."���������������������������  IPress.  -Detroit Free  accept it without question, and make i  it true whether or no?  Would not the psychological effect  of such a belief, universally indulged ;  in, make all men sinners? If so, j Friedrich HeinHch JaCObi,  then why should we permit ourselves j ^ German philosopher of a  to labor under such a belief when to ; h      ^^ Q. ������������������My ajm  believe the opposite of it would lift i . J\   ,    ,- ������������������ ,, J    -,  man from under tliis ban of fore-1 IS not to help the reader  ordinate damnation and inspire him! While   away    the    time,but  to live so as never to let the light of j rather to aid those to whom,  God's intelligence go out of the face \ as ������������������0 me, the time is already  from  infancy on into  manhood  and | a     ,/       ���������������������������  oi:i a,e. ] too fleeting.  Electric Lights  and Fixtures  Gasolene Engines and Supplies.     Electrical work  and Fixtures a Specialty  F.  V.  MOFFET  EndeTby  Brandish & Baird  Plain and Ornamental  PLASTERING, LATHING  Brick and Cement work.    Hard   Wall  work a specialty.  "No JobToo Big: No Job Too Small"       Enderby  You get the news if you  subscribe for this Weekly.  -_-W_e-hay_e not space en_oughJojeljLy_ou.oLMLth__!___Le_J; and_use^u^ Christmas  " Gifts which we have in stock.   BuThere are a~few of them:  Skates  Hocky Sticks  Pocket Knives  Carving Sets  Silver Spoons  Silver Knives & Forks  Gillett Razors  Shaving Brushes Carbo-Magnetic Razors  Razor Hones Boys' Air Guns  Everything that can be found in an up-to-date Hardware Store      DOyS  -land _������������������leuS  Fulton's Hardware, Tin and Plumbing Works  CLIFF STREET ENDERBY, B. C. 8  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  xx  :xx  Will You Join Arbor Day Movement?  j  WHEN travelling through  Southern California, a  beauty of landscape and profusion of trees, flowers and  foliage meets the eye at  every   turn.      Perhaps   no  ness is nobody's business.  We all might be of one mind  as to the good of Arbor Day,  and yet years of useless talk  might be indulged in with-  ^jto make a start, Walker's  | Weekly has been busy for a  month or more getting data  to place before our people,  and next week will be able  to give approximately the  number of trees we will have  for street planting on our  first publicly observed Arbor  Day^   We   hope   none   of  NO. 1 NORTHWEST  out anything being accom-  country in the world can plished. And, so, in order' our Enderby readers will run  show such floral beauty. The  smallest town is not less  particular about its street-  tree planting than the largest city. And there, a large  proportion of the trees set  out by the public are planted  by the school children. On  two Arbor Days the school  children of Los Angeles alone  planted upwards of 22,000  ornamental trees on the  streets and play grounds of  the city, under the direction  of their teachers and assistants. It is an excellent way  to interest and instruct in a  practical way the boys and  girls in the planting and care  of the trees. It is all carried  on under the supervision of  the city's park commissioner  and his assistants.  What say you to the inauguration of a town.Arbor  Day in Enderby. A civic  holiday one day in the year  to be devoted to street-tree  in half-ton lots, $30.00 per ton  We also sell Bran,, Shorts,   Barley,   Corn and several   grades of  Mixed Chop Feed.  Columbia Flouring Mills Co., 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 ot 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, StjMURPHY Enderby  planting and the care of  same? In a year or two we ���������������������������  should transform Enderby j  into a beauty spot. And in j  the work the school children:  would have a part, and in;  the doing they would be im-;  buecl with a spirit of helpful-.  ness and a desire  to make  eea  Remember your horse: Feed him well  and he'll serve you  right.    Leave   him  with us  when   you   come   to   town.  EVANS & MACK " ENDERBY  Real Estate  & Insurance  ENDERBY,    B. C.  ,, .        ,       . ���������������������������_? i       ttt   i Fire insurance in first-class companies.     Accident Insurance  things beautiful.      We have REASONABLE TERMS WRITE FOR LIST  the assurance of all to whom  we have spoken that they  will co-operate in the work,  and it but remains for the  city to officially act in the  matter and lend the assistance necessary.  What is everybody's busi-  PQyTYYll /?r Pn Plumbing and  Xjdl I Ull  OZ, VjO. Fiirnaw. 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  Wanted-At Enderby, a-resident DENTIST.   A good field for a  man capable of doing the right kind of work. ENDERBY, B. C, December 17, 1908  9  paper is trying to  "force"  things.   When we get our  Board of Trade established  the matter will be placed in  its hands.    But  until then  Walker's Weekly will carry  on   the   campaign  without  waiting for  or asking the  acquiesence of anyone, and  we ask all to lend such assistance as they can to make  this early spring boost a big  boost    for   Enderby.     Six  months ago, the city council  asked Mayor .Bell to move in  . : the matter of  a  Board of  Trade for Enderby.     When  spoken to before election, Mr.  Bell wished to delay it until  the elections were over.; but  he would call a meeting before the end of  the year.  Christmas week i_ upon us  and nothing can now be done  in the matter until after the  holidays. . A    meeting; is  promised early  in the new  year; but whether i; comes  or not, let us pu?h the campaign for street trees.  The suggestion- of Aid.  Lawes, at tile last meeting  of the council, looking to action by the council; in the  matter of regulations, etc.,  indicates that a by-law will  'soon be forthcoming which  will have for its object the  ___^^_i_P!S__i_1������������������. of the trees  Sask-alta  Steel  e  n  e varieties advisable  to plant.  It is the purpose of' this  paper to start a subscription  list, showing the number or  trees each signer will give  for Arbor Day street planting. A committee will be  asked for later to superintend the planting of the  trees. It is believed if the  citizens and friends subscribe  the trees, the city should  bear the cost of protecting  the trees by furnishing tree  boxes. Thus each tree would  be uniformly boxed.- ���������������������������  Fuller details will be given  next week.  BROILING MEAT & TOASTING  BREAD.  One way produces evenly broiled meat and  evenly toasted bread without taxing the  patience of the housewife. This way is represented by "Sask-alta" Range. The reason:  ''Sask-alta'VRange has an Automatic Lift Top  (Patented) in addition to regular  Broiler Door; and this team works  for the operator instead of making  her work.  ,   The "Sask-alta" Way       1  Another way produces  unevenly broiled meat and  unevenly toasted bread  and taxes the patience of  the housewife.   This way  Ts representedPby most  Ranges. The reason:  Some Ranges have 'only"  a Broiler Door, others have  a contrivance like that  illustrated in top small  drawing; both of which enjoy the distinction  of tiring the arm that hold3 the broiler and  tiring the eye that directs the arm.  Still  A nother  Way  London, Toronto, Montreal. Wlnnlpeg.Vancouver, St.John, Hamilton, Calgary  Local Agent: A. FULTON, Hardware Merchant, Enderly 10  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  A Harrowing Experience  W. R. Barrows, foreman of the  saw room of the A. R. Rogers  Lumber Co. ���������������������������, had a harrowing experience while on a deer hunt in  the Mabel Lake District last  week. He had had an all-day  chase, and was returning to camp  by a blaze-trail. Suddenly the  muscle of one oihislegs cramped;  then the muscles on either side  of the groin. The pain was excruciating. He could not move.  Fortunately he was under a. small  pine tree and he threw one arm  about it to support himself. All  night long he stood in that position, not knowing what moment  the pain would bear him down.  So intense was the agony that the  perspiration ran down his legs  and' filled his shoe packs. He  feared the water would freeze  in his boots, and with his free  hand managed to draw his knife  and cut a hole in the toe of each  boot to let the water out. Twice  during the night he quenched his  thirst with loose snow which he  was able, to scrape off of a windfall near his hand.- When the  day broke he still stood as he was  caught by the cramp 14 hours  before. He had not moved in  his tracks six inches. With the  break of day he felt an impulse  to move. After half an hour of  painful struggling he managed  to reach the trail where he met  a rescue party. A walk of two  miles brought him into camp.  Manicure   sets  at  your   own  4)Ei.ce_at^J-.^A.JJ)-akeIs ���������������������������  A FEW S. C. Brown Leghorn Cockerels still for  "��������������������������� sale. Brothers to Pullets that laid this year  at three months and three weeks old; bred from  trap nested and unbeaten show stock: $2 to $5 each  Hi E- Waby. Enderby/   T OST���������������������������Black Collie Dog, 5 months old. near In-  -^ dian Mission Church, on 13th Dec; name,  "Rover." Reward will be paid any person re-  turniriK dog to G.-B. Wallace. Arnisti'ong.  CITY OF ENDERBY  Court of Revision of List of Voters, 1909  "NJOT1CE is hereby given that the first sitting of  -*-^ the Court of Revision in and for the municipality of the City of Enderby, including the  Extra-municipal School District annexed thereto,  will be held at the City Oflice, Enderbv. B.C., on  the-  21st day of December, 1908,  at 7:30 p. m,  for the purpose of revising and correcting the List  of Voters in and for the said City of Enderby. in-^  eluding the said Extra-municipal School District,  and to hear and determine'any application which  may then be made to strike out the name of any  person improperly placed thereon, or to place on  such list the name of any person improperly omitted therefrom.  Dated at Enderby. B. C.   this   10th  day of December, 190S.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clevk.  uLoading the 'Willing1  Camel":  i  At a ratepayers' meeting held ;  in Armstrong last week,   a mo-1  tion ''that the municipality as a|  whole purchase the electric light j  plant   for   $24,000"   was voted j  down, as was also a motion "thatj  the plant be purchased by the  rate payers."   Dr. Vankleek and  W. W.   Wolfenden moved "that  the Municipal Council be reques-c  ted to put through the necessary  by-law   enabling   the   Town of  Armstrong to purchase the electric light plant, etc., for the sum  of $24,000,������������������ and that any deben  tures issued for the purchase be  a charge upon the real estate  within the townsite, and that  the light be extended outside the  town whenever prospects from  various suburbs and farms show  that sufficient revenue would be  forthcoming." This resolution  carried practically "by a unanimous vote.  IRA C. JONES  Contractor and Builder  Estimates furnished on all  * work, and contracts personally attended to.  ENDERBY.    B. C  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^^l'rS*  Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby, Armstrong1, Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq.. Manager , A. E. TAYLOR, Sub-Agent Enderby  Why not build  a home of your own?  We carry a full line of all kinds of building material,  '_ in eluding. Lime j.n_.Barrel, Cement���������������������������and__W-Q.od_and_H.air   Fibre Patent Plasters.    We have a large stock of   SEASONED LUMBER ON HAND  Estimates cheerfully furnished.  MILL WOOD-(short)-$1.50 per load.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co. Ltd., Enderby |  You can't forget  The old home place���������������������������the place where the pioneers of the Valley put  up when Enderby was a'bornin'. You can't forget the hotel home  provided in the early days by WEBB WRIGHT. It was the Enderby  Hotel then;-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, gN_fER^IGHT' Proprietor  Enderby District presents inducements for mixed farming that  are unexcelled, go where you will.   But the fact must be advertised. ENDERBY, B. C, December 17, 1908  11  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  1st Sunday in month at 11 a. m. during December,  January and February. 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 3.00 p.m.every alternate Sunday, commencing July 5th. All cordially invited.   Rev. J. Leech-Porter, B.D.. Vicar  METHODIST CHURCH���������������������������Young People's meet-  ������������������fX in*, 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  [>_      A. N. MILLER, Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH-Sunday   School,  9:45 a. m.; Church service,  11 a. in.; Young  People's meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m.  D. CAMPBELL. Pastor.  M_MU  Young Folk:  guin gives tnem elasticity, not water  is necessary to dissolve the various ingredients, but unless cold water la  added they expand and break too rapidly in the blowing.--(.ood Housekeeping.  "I  HAVE  A  HEN."  "BAPTIST CHURCH-Sunday School.  10 a.  m.;  Church service, 11 a. m.;   Prayer meeting,  Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.     B. S. FREEVT AN. p-������������������ct--������������������.  CITY OF ENDERi__-  fUTY OFFICE-Cliff St.. office hours. 10 a. m. to  X 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 & M-i"'--.  POST OFFICE  TJOURS���������������������������8 a. m. to (5:30 p. m.: mails close, south-  AA   bound, 10:00 a.m.: northbound, 4:00 p. in.  SMALL DEBTS COURT  QITS every Saturday, by appointment at 2 p. m.  *J Graham Rosoman, Police, and Stioenuiary  Magistrate.  ^���������������������������W".wk^pbww������������������w_|  SECRET SOCIETIES  N. H.KENNY.  W. M.  A.F.&AJM.:  Enderby Loi'ge No. 10.  '.iegilar meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full mo_n at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. . Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  H. H: WORTHINGTON,  Secretary  I.O.O.F.  ^S/   Eureka Lodge, No. 50    ;  Meets every Tuesday  evening at So'cbck. in I. 0. '  O. P. hall.  Metcalf block.    Visiting  brothers always  welco.ne.     H.  N. Hendrickson,  N-, G., A.  Reeves, Sec'y. J. B. G*vV>H   P n   riv������������������as.  - w_-_l_-j iwj.vm-*-M]umxajmamaa*aK)mmmammm^mmmmm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m  Keeping   a   Straight   Face   Counts   In  This Amusing Game.  Here is a good  game for the boys  md girls to play.   The players sit in a  row  or circle,  a   leader  haviug  beeu  chosen,   who  sits  at  the end  of  the  row or in the middle of the circle.    He  begins the game by saying. "I have a  hen," and the second player repeats it  after, him  to his  left  hand  neighbor,  who in tuni repeats it to the player ou  his  left   until  it   has gone  the  round,  when the last player turns to the player on  his  right  and asks.  "Has she  feathersV"    This question goes all the  way back to the leader, who answers,  "She  has  feathers."    This answer  is  taken up by the second player until it  lias gone around, when the last player  asks, "Can she walk?"  When (his question reaches the leader he answers.  "She can  walk." aud  then  follow   in  due course the  question. "How does she walk?" and the  answer,   "Wiggledy-woggledy,   wiggle-  dy-woggledy."  As the leader gives this  answer.he imitates with his hands the  'walk  of a  chicken,  and  each  player  does the same as  he answers.    The  next question is. "Can she crow?" followed by the answer, "She can crow,"  which must be accompanied in every  case by an imitation of the crow of a  rooster.   The great object of the game  is to have it played throughout without   laughter,     it  any   player   laughs  while   he   is   asking  or  answering   a  question   or   if   he   makes   any   mistake in the words, he must pay a forfeit.  /,  I.C.S.  ���������������������������\  Trained Men Win  THE trained rr.an is never  out of work.     Instead his  services are sought after and  he receives a fat pay envelope  every week.    Why should you  be content to earn $2 a day  when with a little home study  you could just as easily earn  $5 to $7 a day.     The I. C. S.  has helped thousands to better  their  positions and   salaries.  Why not YOU ? Write at once  for full particulars of I. C. S.  salary-raising courses of home  study FREE.  International  Correspondence   Schools  Box S26. Scranton.   Pa.    -  or  E. Ross Mackenzie, Asst. Representative  Box 741, Nelson. B. C  D   PROFESSIONAL  r. l.~w. __eith7  ___���������������������������AKE-BIG-BUBBUiSr  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.  Qffi^AMlPlo^Enderby, B. C.  fiLAUDE P. JONES,  V^   ARCHITECT  CONSULTING ENGINEER  FOR HEATING AND  VENTILATING  INSTALLATIONS.  VERNON B. C.  Mixture That Will Produce Globes of  Great Durability.  This is the way to make big soap  hubbies, so tough that they roll about  over the carpet for ever so many minutes before they think of breaking:  Into a pint of warm water shave a  piece of strong brown laundry soap  about an inch square. When this is  thoroughly dissolved, add a tablespoon-  _ ful of gum arabic and stir until melted.  "Then a teaspoonful of glycerin is necessary and. lastly, a quart of cold  water  If I ho bubble makers are not very  strong and know how to keep the water out of their mouths, wonderful colored ones can be made by separating  this mixture into cups and adding a  pinch of different colored dye to each.  For little people strawberry or currant  juice for pink bubbles and orange juica  for yellow are perhaps safer. The lye  in the soap plus the glycerin increases  the brilliancy of the bubbles, and the  Ask y<?ar<3 rocer for it.  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 stow. .���������������������������  Fertilizers. Bee Supplies.  Spniy Pumps, Spraying material, Cut Flowers, etc.    Catalogue free.  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Rd. VANCOUVER, B. C  N. R.-Anyone wishing- a Catalogue free, may  have one by calling- at the office of Walker'8 Weekly 12  WALKER'S WEEKLY,  s  Our Christmas  offer to Old and  New Subscribers;  good   for  Christmas week only: Dec.  18th to 25th:  We wish to give every reader of this offer an opporr:  tunity to get WALKER'S WEEKLY for 1909. We have  extensive improvements in mind, to commence with the  new yolume; March 4th, and shall spare no labor to give  Enderby a loyal local paper, as well as a paper with merit  and spice enough in it to.be of interest wherever it is sent.  The regular price of WALKER'S WEEKLY is $2 a year.  During Christmas week, Dec. 18th to 25th, we are making  the price $1.00 per year. New subscribers paying $1.00  will receive the paper up to January 1st, 1910. Old subscribers joaving.11. OiLwill have their paid-up_subscrjptions  advanced one year from present date of expiry.  Remember, friends, this is a Christmas offer; good for  one week only. We want to add all the new subscribers  we can; and we should like to see every old subscriber,  most of whose subscriptions expire in March, take advantage of this opportunity.  Call upon or address���������������������������  THE WALKER PRESS. Cliff St., Enderby

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