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Enderby, B. C,   November 28. 1912
Vol. 5; No. 34; Whole No. 248
Local and General News of Interest to the Town and District
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Good   morning!    What    about    our i    Gus Make was   making trouble for
annual poultry show? i himself and  others last Saturday af-
Mark Henderson left for his former , ternoon  and Constable Bailey locked
home by Sunday's train. jhim up.   He was brought before Ma-
Ed. Haynes   left-  on a trip to his igistrate   Rosoman   Monday and was
Old Country home last week.
Mr.  and    Mrs.    Robt.  Waddell are
spending the winter in  Victoria.
Mrs.  V. C.   Brimacombe,    of   Armstrong, is visiting Mrs. W. J. Lemke.
fined $5 and costs.
-Fred. Moore has been appointed-
Dominion government wheat weigher
with oHice at JEi/d'erby. This appointment placed the Columbia  Flour-
Geo.  Stewards bought four lots on I j"g Mills  Company in  a  better p0si-
Mill street of F.  R.  Prince the past !tl0n  t0    handle   the    Wheat  market'
j and enables   it    to give government
Some exquisite calendars are being
shown in the new stock displayed at
A. Reeves'.
.Grant & Folkard completed a cottage for F. Fravel, on Mill street,
this week.
weights to    wheat   sellers instead of
weight certificates.
All mails to reach the British Isles
and Europe in time for Christmas
should leave Enderby not later than
the 9th of December; to the Maritime
The Rex Vaudeville Company gave Provinces and Eastern States, Dec.
a very satisfying entertainment here ,16th; Ontario and uebec, 18th; Man-
Tuesday evening. ! itoba, Saskatc^v^ -.; Alberta anl the
*=* The Enderby Trading Company'is Middle States "$������,;������'1st.
making a' special display of Xmas
goods.next week.
Jas.   Graham    bought the  residence
-originally   owned   by "Jas!. McMahon,
.on George street, a few days ago.
F. Waby has furnished winter spinach  to  his patrons for several  weeks'die; M.  E.. Robt.".Johnstone:-M.  W..
pasb^-green- vegetables���������right 'uif'tp j T.roalderT"M7ArT^J.'^^r^cl^T;a>'1
snowfall. |Wi Anderson; 0. G.,  J. Folkard.
The Okanagan    Saw Mills,  Ltd., is1
now supplying electricity for lighting      Contractor. R������"nn. finished   the. ce-
purposes as    far  nortn  as the R.  R.   ment  work  on    the f������lllKlatlon   walls
Gibbs residence. " - of the new schoolhouse.   -, Hc is hav-
. ing everything    cleaned   up  in   readi-
Mr. Brundish returned to Winnipeg j ness to p-.ish the brick work as early
Sunday, after "spending a month or|as possible .; when-spring opens. The
six weeks   here    settling up his bro-   brick  for th'e    work   is b'eins. put on
The followinl^"; ccrs we're elected
of Enderby Locf-ge^jo. 35,' K.��������� of -P.,
at .the-regular -'mee'";'ng Monday eve-
ning[^b/Jg.^^������nham; V. C, -F.
Fravel; preK^Vvi;.>,l*i;?,lson; K. R. S..
Chas.   Strickland;'   MciV.', T.  E.   Ro-
LOAN BY-LAWS  CARRY toria  Colonist,    a  branch which  will
>     *' provide  for  the   compilation   of  gen-
A small vote was polled on the eral statistics and all data regarding
loan h,y-laws Mon lay,- but, inspite of j tne lanns of the proVjnCeF aml will
this both by-laws carried. The by-1 furnish informpticn that will be of
law for the raising of. $2,500 for the vaiue to intending settlers and oth-
improvement and extension of the ers Ty.Ir. j Gordon Smith has been
waterworks system carried by 41 to appointed to ta^e charge 0f thi?
9; that for raising $3,000 to provide J branch and will enter upon his du-
for the completion of the drainage ties on December fist,
system by 32- to ' 17 with one ballot
spoilt. There' was considerable opposition to this by-law and the full
vote ggainst it was polled.
��������� It is the intention of the Mayor
ancrcouncil to make the improvement
at the intake this winter if-possible:
if not, ten as early as .possible in the
spring.      The  completion  of.the snr-
"Gyp the Blood," "Whitey" Lewis,
"Lefty Louie," and "Dago Frank,"
the gunmen convicted of the murder
of. Herman Rosenthal, were sentenced
on Nov. 26th by Judge Goff to die in
the electric chair at Sing Sing dur-
face -drainage system will be made in | inS the week of Jan- 6th, "Charles
time to take care of the early Hood j Bec'rer, former police lieutenant of
'thaws. |lNTeu*  York   City.    aud  condemned  as
 I instigator of the  plot to put Rosen-
BAND  BALL  FRIDAY NIGHT thai  out of the 'way,  is awaiting the'
������������������ ^    . ,     execution-  of    the death  sentence at
If the .weather "clerk  would send-a   Sing  Sin?.   Thus   all the men  impli-'
fall of" snow    before Friday night so   cated  in   the   o rtrageovs  crime, have,
as to-put .the roads" in shape for
traffic the Enderby Opera House will
not be large enough to hold "the number of 'dancers to attend the band
ball to be .held that evening.-.-..-The.
sale of "ticket has been unprecedented.
The affair promises <to excel all
former efforts.     The hall decorations
been   found    guilty' oMvurder  in   the'
first degree and sentenced to be executed.    -
ther's business.
The foundation   for a new home to
be  erected   by    R.     J.     Carefoot  on   the roads.
Knight    street, was    completed   this
week .by  J. S.  Johnstone.
the ground    this  week,  hagling  commencing  with    the    first freeze \w of
J. W. Evans &    Son report having
, increased their suit sales- enormously
this fall���������the    best   fall's business in
men's suits they have had.
The regular monthly meeting of the
P. H. Murphy returned from thc
East on Monday. Mr. Murphy was
with his Grand Circuit champion pacing stallion Earl Jr., on his tour of
the Circuit. He reports Earl Jr, fco
have had a very successful season.
The horse    showed  better speed  this
=ITospitSl===ATix:iliary will be held uT'^eason than last, and-when tlie races
the Ci'ty Hall on Thursday, Dec. 5th, |ended he was in the pink of condi-
at 3.30 p.m.   A full attendance is de-  tion-     Mr-    Murphy  will winter the
Mrs. S. Downham, late from England has joined her husband in Enderby, where Mr. Downham has been
employed in building for several
Earl  at Detroit.
Regular Farmers' Institute meetings are to be held at Mara, on Dec.
11th, at 8 p.m., to be addressed by
H.  Riddle,    on    Poultry, and  by  H.
Peace negotiations are now in progress between Turkey and the Balkan
are now   being    p-_t    In place:   They   f\^\   X  ^"-day - armistice  has
will  be  of , a-   verv    hUh   order  and ! been teclaretL   The powers of Euro')e
distinctly out of'the ordinary. ; are marking  time    awaiting .develop-___ _    _         	
The band: will give several selections ' "ients ������f these n^otlati������'s- There |mobile of! the rear of a ferry boat In
as a prelude to the dance, commen-i13 some ' do,lbt "pressed as to the , San Francisco ..bay a few days ag0.-
cing promptly at 8.30. This will he I ������utcoine- In the meantime the al-j Hart>s dccisIon ��������� to "drown" the of-
followed by the opening: dance. The f ..are Prc?ar,nS to strengthen their jfcnding automohilo-was renched after
Enderby    orchestra    will   provide the ' P������r!,   ������"  ^inst.one another. I.;t haf, ro,led u    a reJ)air ,)in 3,nount
j' The Turks    are determined  to pre-'
The Government of the province of
B. C. is ever alert to the requirements of the new-comer. The Department . of Agriculture publishes,
bulletins from time to time, giving
much valuable information on subjects of interest to the man who
wants to know. Any of these bulletins will be sent free to anyone making application for them. Following
is a list -'of the bulletins now ready:
-   No. 7.^-Flax. ���������_
No. 8.���������Feeding farm animals.   ���������
No.  20.���������Varieties 'Z. of'- fruit .recommended. (Revised.)
No.  25.���������Orchard  cleansing. .. *****
No. 28.���������Production ot.eggs.
No.  29.���������Poultry    industry    on  the
Pacific Coast. ' :- *.
No.  30.���������Guide    to    bee-keeping" in
British Columbia.    "'
.No.  34.���������Fruit trees and  black-spot
No.'35.���������The' place and purpct., .'"
family life. _ V Z ;
. No. 36.���������The preparation  of foo'd.
No.-37.���������The preservation of food. .'I
_ No. ;38.���������The construction of 'silos. _
No.-;39:'���������Natural andiartificial incu--
bation and brooding.. . J - . ;'-��������� '-.'.- .���������"
'   No.,' 40���������Alfalfa.       ������������������   "   \ .J, ".-. - ;' " ���������"
No.' 41".���������Labor-savin'g.devices in the ;
household.    _ .',.';-.''..,-,.      ,     -
'.'Applications for, buUetins'slioul f.be _
ment of Agriculture, Victoria, .B. C. -
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Obeying the orders of his employer,   '
H. H. Hart, of Oakland, Cal.,  James
'.Litz, a chauffe-.ir,  ran a ?4,500 auto-
music for all dances, the band"giving i -
a few selections >, occasionally to  rest
the orchestra musicians and dnacers.
vent their victors, the hated Christians, from setting foot within the
doors of the    Mosque of St.  Sophia,
ing to ?2000.
CENTRAL DISTRIiiUTING MEDIUM !ancl to c'������ so llfive turned the mosr ue !'   At a caucus of Liberal members of
  ! into a pesthouse for cholera victims. Jthe senate held  Nov.  22nd,   Sir Geo."
W. Ross, former Liberal premier of
Ontario, was, chosen leader of the upper house    to    succeod  the  late  Sir
Last....night_ Dill's_te.im-meU_theiu
first defeat in the schedule games be-
Rrclfar^rCartwriglit.     His chief rival
for the post    was    the Hon.  Hewitt
otes as
r>,-+oi,n.. w���������, i ir,,     Rive'  0I1    I^i'i-ying    and    Feeding of
..Pitcher-Webb- spent-a few days- n >-.   - v,;   ;-  '    /  y/   , '   " ,/
.,,���������,.,     ... . ,.       _        . Live Stock, and at  iOnderby on  Dec.
Enderby this week on his return from   ,���������,,      . ��������� ,
a trip East. He left Saturday for
Revelstoke where he expects to spend
the winter.
Ex-Mayor George Bell came in
from the coast last Friday to vote
on the loan by-laws and attend to
other business interests here. He
returned to Victoria Monday evening.
Miss Elliott has opened a public
stenography desk in the office of T.
E. Rodie, where she will be pleased
to receive and    promptly execute all and   the    "ndo'taking  was  not easy
12th, at,,S p.m., on the same subjects
by the same men. These lecturers
arc prepared to give all Ihe information in their power, and n large attendance of the nrembers is desired
E. J. Mack has the contract for
the-moving of the North Enderby
school house to the new site on thc
Folkard ranch, a distance ol two
miles. Much of the work has been
done during the recent soft weather,
orders  for    commercial    or     private
Owing to the several dances to be
given during the month of December
being held on Friday nights, Miss
Mowat is adjourning her regular
weekly dancing class until the first
Friday in January, starting with
Nov. 29th.
A free library of 70 books of all
kinds has been provided for members
of the Northern Okanagan Farmers'
Institute and their families. The
books are in the hands of the secretary, C. S, Handcock. Another li- \ the present month. Forms can be
brary for Mara is on the way. v j had at the City Hall.
Thc building was put upon the new
site yesterday, and is now being put
into position.
Is your name on the Oity Voters'
List? If you are 21 years of age, a
British subject, and have acquired
property in the City since the last
assessment, and your deed or agreement of sale is registered at the
Land Registry Office, Kamloops, you
are. entitled to a place on the list,
but to secure it you must, make a
statutory declaration and hand it in
at the City    Hall   before the end of
At a meeting of the Nelson Farmers' Institute last week, a resolution
was passed urging the provincial gov-
encourage and further the formation
of a central distributing me
the fruits    of   all districts i..  _.   -,,,. .  ,    , , ������������������.
also that the   provincial and federal 16,UP \"Ci      d������?' ^ Kame t0 j    -
governments co-operate in the inspec- lplay"   Mack ,s A llI) anfl 2 dow������ with    A. MACDONALD  COMPANY SOLD
;��������� t  .    -l ,     ,,   .        .        .      .two games    to    play;   Schmidt 4 up '
tion  of  fruit,    and    that  a  duin'--ing I      ,   ���������   , ..'.    '' u ^  "'���������'
clause be' made-effective against fruit
from  foreign    countries.      In  connec- .
tion with thc suggestion regarding |Play; J1*"" l._!ip a,ld _G_do._wn_.w_'lh. ������_wholesale, grocers,.. withJiead .office,
the" central distributing medium, itiP��������� to 1>Iay< r'he lngh SCore made in Winnipeg and branches in all the
was stated by Mr. .Jas. Johnstone.'1" "ny ������"c fnme of lhe sche"������,c ^s , Western and coast cities, has been
who, bytheway, was secretary 0f the i,ntl(ie hy &chmidL a"" "tood 1795. 'sold to the Dominion Bond Company
Centra! Exchange with head offices at ;
Rovelstoke,    some    three   years  ago, ;
,.        f     ; ing played at the bowling allev, go-, D ���������*.    i-        i i    ���������n
duim  for   .       ,  - , ''        -' &    ���������' Bostock,    who    secured    20  v
I ing down to Mack.     This makes Dill-     -..,,.      ���������.    n
in B.  G. ' ua       ' *againsf, 25 for Sir George.
and 3 down    with    one   to play;  G. j    A Winnipeg    despatch of Nov. 26th
iFravel 2 up and 5 down with one to 'says   the    A.     MacDonald   Company.
that the present production of fruit ' Enderby Troop, 30th 13. C. Morse,
in B. C. can only supply 25 per cent. , will parade on Thursday,, Nov. 28th,
of the market of the prairie provin- jat 7.30 p.m., at the K. P. Hall,for
ees.     Mr.  Johnstone is in a position 'squad drill.   The B. C. hopes that all
jLtd., of Toronto, for a considerntic.n
in the neighborhood of .$2,500,000.
to know,
Eighty-five per cent of headaches
arc the result of eye strain. If you
are troubled that way, consult Dr.
S. L. Taube on his visit to A. Reeves
itho.se   living   in    town    will make a I.,        ,,. ���������   .    . ,,  ,     ,
!special    effort    to    attend  drill   this   '^ *t0rC'    Finder,,y'  ������"  Sntur,,ay-
REVELSTOKE TO OKANAGAN      , winter.   Dress serges aud great coats.
G.(J..J.L.HENNIKER,   Capt.
In  an  interview    in the  Vancouver j
Province Mr.   W.    W.  Foster,  deputy!    For 35c in stamps    or coin we will I venience, Mr. Chap
minister of works, is reported ns , mail you postpaid G beautiful high-
stating that his department is mak-!grac]e Christmas cards and six embossed Christmas postcards.       Three
Nov. 30th,  1912.
���������In order to    meet the wishes of his
pupils,   and     for    their  greater  con-
man  has opened a
ing surveys for  'a    trunk  road  from
Revelstoke    to   Okanagan   Valley  by
way of Three Valley and Mabel Lake,������
a distance of    forty miles.     A good
grade is assured and the highway, a 1.3.    Bargain    House,    Dept
portion of which has been built, will ! Richards st.,  Vancouver.
afford   needed    transportation   facili- I _	
ties to various settlements. "j    We have just received our new stock
Hon./W. R. Ross, minister of lands
is about to institute a new branch in
music studio over thc Poison Furniture store, where he will give all lessons during the winter.
packets for $1,   including  free packet  wnnQv-y TXXXTT'r7T~7     .  _
,lf    Qr    ���������,,. ,     ni   ��������� l ,      'HUKbhb POR  SALE���������Good  team  of
of    25    embossed     Christmas    wafers   ���������,,������������������������������������    ,,���������,. ... , ,
���������      .       -,       ,.       ���������    , heavy   horses,    rising    4   vears  old-
showing Canadian Coat of arms.   B.   ���������,.. ..     9Bnn  '     .        ,      J ������!''
r    ?._   weight    2800.   Price    for  team,  $G50,
v-    ������    or  team,   harness    and   wagon,  $S00.
Ed.  V. Chambers,  Glenemma.
It is time you had that overcoat.
We | can save you money. "J. W.
Evan's.& Son.
of   Raisins    and   Currants,    Victoria
Cross Brand.     J. W.  Evans & Son.
We .guarantee fit on our Hobberlin
made-to-order   suits.      J.   W.   Evans
his department, according to the Vic-   & S������m
You can. get a good stiff hat for
*|2.50 at J. W. Evans & Son's. See
window. :**..-. ;..'<..������������������;.ii.w5S.7iri>ji4 j  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November .28, 1912  The Men  Are as interested 'n our stock  of Holiday Goods as th Ladies  are. but they are leaving the  buying (of articles for men) to  the Ladies. We have a nice  lot of presents selected and  laid away by the men for the  Ladies: it is now up to the  Ladies to make their choice of  something nice for HIM.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  '-.lill'Si. EihU'i-Ii.v  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at   Erulenby.. B.C. at  S2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.   Con-  Ot.racl advertising. SI an inoh per month.  Legal l-'otices: 12c a line first insertion; 8c a line  each subseqt ent insertion.  Reading Nalk-LS and Locals: 15c a lirve.  NOVEMBER 28.   1912  ! more smaller districts,'7 thus forming  a new district large enough in numbers to admit of satisfactory classification and to produce in the school  a healthy spirit and energy sufficient  to bring forth the best efforts of  teachers and pupils and large enough  in territory to enable trustees to  build, equip and operate a school of  modern style, furnishing an education  for the farmer's children equal to  that of the children of the cities,  1 towns and villages, without their be-  That  we    Canadians    are    a   great ling compelled    to    leave home to se-  i  good Christian and just people there]'cure it. On account of the enlarged  can be no doubt. We ourselves are j size of these districts, it is necessary  prepared to admit it. But we have j to provide conveyance to and from  a penchant for leaving things un-j school at the public expense, for all  finished. We trust a great deal in : children living over one mile from  the Lord Almighty. Which is all : the school house,  very well. But we don't do our part Commenting on the success of the  jas well as we should, with the result   Starbuck  Consolidate school,   one  of  THE INDIANS AND  US  SECRET_SOCIETIES   A^R&A.M.  If  A. SUTCLIFFE  W. M.  'n-lerby   L )'IffC     No.   40  ^ ..Ktil'.i-      meetings     first  Thursday on  or after the  full moon at S p. rn. in Oddfellows    Hall.        Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  F. H.  I.AKNES  Secretary  that we find  many things well started  but poorly finished.  One of    these   things is our Indian  policy.       Which  is   no doubt one  of  i the best-intended  tilings ever evolved  \ but it works like molasses in winter.  ;    Away back  somewhere about  50  or  100  years    ago    the    happy   thought  was   evolved   to    select' the choicest  ; parcels  of land  in British  Columbia,  , and  upon    this   land  to put the  In-  'dians,  where    they could  have every-  ,-thing    they    needed  to   live upon���������������������������if  ! they  worked    for    it.     This  was all  very   good    of    us.   The   Indian   was  running  wild.     Pie  owned  everything  in sight���������������������������so   far    as he co'.ild or can  own anything.      We confined him. We  corralled     him.     We     put    him   into  smaller   quarters   to tame  him.      It  was the first step looking to his up-  ^rw- 0- 0-F-!  \    -<3r~      "'^^-sa-gj/   Eureka LodKe. No. 50    !  Meets everv Tuesdav evening at 8"'cl<>ck. in I. O.  O. F. hall. "Metcalf block  wavs    welcome. WM. DUNCAN. N. G.  GEO. BELLAMY. V. G  R. E. WHRELER. Scc'y.  J. ii. UAYLORD.Trpas.  1 lift���������������������������his    civilizing.    It   was  the  first  step.   It was also the last?, step.   We  haven't   stepped   any   higher   in the  VisitiiiK^brothers ai-| civilizing  business.     Neither  has   the  Indian.   We gave him  oceans of valuable   land,    and    no  implements  or  knowledge   with    which   to    work it.  ENDERBY    LODGE jWe  shoved    him    off    into    paradise  No.35, K.of P. when  he was    only   acquainted  with  "f!CKUyTTi-m������������������"vlsitoVsco^ ithe other Ptoce���������������������������and then forgot him.  dially invited to attend. u !The open church, the open school,  G.G.CAMPMELL.C.C.       ��������������������������� tne open c*ioor.(  &\\    was a myth. *'No  i doubt the intent   and purpose of the  'law    were    most    comriicndable.   But  E'  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  - _T. E. RODIE. M,F.  -   Hall suitable fo 0 ncerts. D rices and all public  entertainiinnls.    For rates, etc., address. ,  T. 13. RODIE. Enderby     we  didn't"finish    the  job.    We" didn't  ��������������������������� ; put men on these   Indian  reserves to  ��������������������������� teach  the savage anythin-.   We gave  him no,.schools; we gave' him no im-  ; plements to work with^'Sve gave him  ! no incentive to work.     We took from  * him the .only honor he whs capable  j of understanding���������������������������that if the wild���������������������������  ] and gave him nothing to replace it.  j The whole job has been a bungle.  'The land���������������������������tens   of thousands of acres  -that the Indian should  make use of  : lies  idle.     The    Indians    never  have  ' been  taught   how to till  it,   and  the   ��������������������������� ���������������������������   -Indians cannot    sell  it  to somebody  GL.   WILLIAMS '-who would till it because they do not  ��������������������������� i own  it    and    cannot sell   what  they  ' cannot own.  the    many    consolidated   districts  in  Manitoba,    a    special    report  of the  Manitoba    department    of  education,  says:    "The     Starbuck     consolidated  school    'district,     organized    in   1909,  consists of the old school districts of  Starbuck,    Holyrood    and   Kinlough,  and comprises   59.    sections  of land  and the village of Starbuck,  and has  a total    valuation   of $165,300.     The  average rate  'for   special levy in the  three districts mentioned, for the last  three years previous to consolidation  was 55 1-10    mills   on the dollar,  or  $9.75   per    quarter    section.        Since  consolidation,    it has been  found  necessary    to   increase    the rate to 18  mills    on    the    dollar,  or $11.55  per  quarter section, and  we do not anticipate  any    further    increase    unless  more   vans    become    necessary.      We  have   three    covered     cans  conveying  the pupils    from    the country  to the  school,  two    travelling  A_   miles and  Bank of Montreal  Established   1817 "        .  Capital,  $16,000,000        : Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal CJ. O. M-. Q.  President, R. 3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, Sir Edward Clouston, Bart.  G eneral Manager, H.V.Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK an'd CHICAGO.   -  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited  .0th  June and 31st December.  NDERBY BRANCH A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  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 Ledffe.)  each,    and   one  and   costing  $2  PROFESSIONAL  INDERRV"COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK. Proprietress  Mnternit.  F<-i s*. ?20 per week  Fec-H covuiinK ordinary illness, S2.fi.per day.  ENDERBY, II. C.  W  ALTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER j.  A ..ree-nent.-i of Sale.    Dee l������������������ & M'jrtRaKW.   Doeu- j ,  n ��������������������������� in Witnessed.    Loans Nefjotiated  K..<.m 2. Hell Block. Knderby. H. C.  costing  $3  per    day  travelling   3 J    miles  per day."  Tt has been found that the large  schools tend to broaden the character and prevent mrrowness or selfishness, "and with large numbers  there is a healthy, active, inspiring  school -spirit, with.sufficient pupils to  engage in all kinds of sports and  thus build up an honest, rugged" and  manly character."  King Edward Hotel,  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  We WHITE  Sewing Machine  or I wouldn't be selling it.   See it  you  to    investigate; easy terms at  In stock this week. It is the best  and try it before buying; it will pay  fair prices.  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  Disc Records  Perforated Music Rolls, from 15c up  For all Player Pianos  Always in stock  Leave your order with us for Edison or Disc Records, if we haven't  what you want-in stock. .See and hear the Gourlay-Angelus  Piano.  Ollice:  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  MTW. KEITH,  DR  Ollice hniirs:  Forenoon. 9 to 10:',K)  Afternoon, 3 to_4  iKven"inK."'tnai'r"tir1:30-  CONSOLIDATION OF SCHOOLS  ��������������������������� It will be remembered that at the  ' convention of School Trustees recent-  1 ly  in Revelstoke, the matter of con-  AKent also for Church and Parlor Orgrans  Also Fire nnd Life Insurance  Ollice in brick block opp. The Walker Press.'  J. E. CRANE,  Enderby A Rent  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  Sunday, by appointment  O'liei-: Cor. Clilf ami George Six. KNDEKBY  P.  MUSIC  W. CHAPMAN  P. O. Mux 139, Knderby.  If you  have lanct  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and. Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are ln splen-  'id condition for planting.  An experienced fruit erower is in charge and will give instruction to  purchasers free of charg-e, or orchar will be planted and Cr.ied for at a;  moderate charge.  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots . ��������������������������� now on the market at #175  per acre.  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.  to sell  Visits or receive* pupils fur Piano. Organ. Violin,  KinrinK and Theory of Music. Etc.  Courses  for  the Cnnadiiiri   or  Hritish Ac*d������������������my  Rxaminutioiift  E  .1. I  POLITICAL    Nderby' CONSERVATIVE  ASSOCIATION  List it with me.  If _ you., .want., to.  buy land, see me.  RUTTAN,  ['resident.  Y. CROSSMAN  Secretary.  My few liooklci descriptive of lhe Mara District in now out.   CJK'P   ONK.  CHUItCH OF KNf'.LAXD  (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������S a.m., Holy Communion;   11    a.m.,     Morning   Prayer;  7:30 p.m.,  I.voning Prayer.  REV. M.  F.  HILTON,  Vicar.  I.NM.RUY MJ.THODIST CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  Up worth League; Thursday, 8 p.m.,  Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation  Lo everyone to worship with us.  RKV.  J.  G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St.  Andrews  Sunday    Services���������������������������11 a.m.  and  7:30  p.m.;   Y.P.S.C.E.,   Monday,   7:30 p.m.  REV.   D.   CAMPBELL,  Pastor.  FIRST   BAPTIST  CHURCH  Sunday      Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  10 a.m.;    regular    service,  3:30  p.m.;  Prayer service,  Wednesday,  7:30  p.m.  REV. B. G.  STEWART, Pastor.  solidation of school districts received"!  thc greater part of the convention's ;  , attention. Papers were read by men j  : from  consolidated    districts, and thei  expressed opinion of all was in favor!  ; of the new system.       Just when and j  where consolidation on a small  scale'  first took place is not generally ]  'known, but the first "consolidation of j  *��������������������������� rural -schools    in-- the -United   States-;  was effected in 1SCJ. Several townships in Ohio are frequently cited as  pioneers    in    consolidation      because  there for the first time consolidation  by  entire  townships  was successfully !  undertaken.   The system was first In- j {^Kiatt     \\J     I  lfflf*  troduced  into    Canada  in   1903,  when ' >-'IIC**-������������������    " ���������������������������   ���������������������������L,llllc  a consolidated school wfis established Eldernell Orchard,Mara,B.C.  at Middleton,  N. S.  Consolidation tirst received attention in Manitoba in 1903, and when  first broached was met with a storm  of ridicule, many people clciming  that it was preposterous in a country of cold winters, bad roads and  sparse settlement; but during the  short space    of   eight   years,   public  I public opinion  has greatly moderated  in  view  of  the  successful   working  of i  the     large   number    of   consolidated  ; schools   now    in  that   province, and  , now  all    sections    are    alive  to  the  j question.       The consolidated  schools  I are filling the highest expectations of  their promoters in overcoming many  of the difficulties under which our rural schools have been laboring. By  consolidation is meant the merging  into one   large    district    of   two  or  ���������������������������GTet^RreHdy^for'WintTer-  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuildings  Here are   some   specials in lumber   while they last :  thousand- ...$-2.00 No.-3- Bev.   Cedar- Siding.  No.- 2 - Lath���������������������������..-.-per-  No.  2 Dimension,  .--15.00  "      ...   12.00 1x4  No.  1 & 2  Shiplap     14.00  These are good  values,and you will be pleased with them.  Short Cordwood, $3.75        Four-Foot Wood, $5.00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������<wby  An Opportunity for a  Reliable Man in  Enderby  We have some gilt-edged original prairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent invest or, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campai-gn in END ERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with .a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very prjo Stable position.  Apply��������������������������� .  ...        ��������������������������� v**::..-.'  ;'���������������������������    . '���������������������������?���������������������������"' W ���������������������������  IwQQQQWWQQOMQMQQQQtZ-lH. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERB_Y, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers   and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial. Thursday, November 28, 1912  L'HK ENDKRJiY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  'he Impressions of an English        -/-,,-  Artist-on Enderby Homes and District  The second number of  the Enderby I On the west side of the town are the  |BoardpfTra,de    Journal,, will appear | picturesque   hills  called  the  Enderby  this week.    Jt   .is, if anything, super-j Heights,    which-   present  a-charming  ior" tp the   initial ..number",  and con- j picture  at  all  times,'  but most  espe-  tair.s  much    information  of  value  tojcially when the golden sun is setting  Not only will you  find the greatest possible  variety  here   but  the prices  have been cut,low.    Make out a list of what  you want to-day, bring it in and let us figure  o.n it together.    The best quality   only   carried in everytl.irg.  themlV which adds to the beauty of it  allte.';���������������������������",���������������������������-;''������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������  The country    round  about Enderby  is rich in; timber and  in agricultural  and    horticultural    lands,  being famous  for % their    great    fertility  for a  long' period    of    time.      On  the hillsides orchards are being planted  out  with, success,    and on   the  tablelands  district.        air.    Geo.  Paddiam, jin  the west.     These hills are clothed j Kisses    and    vegetables of all kinds  who has devote 1 much of his time to ��������������������������� with emerald  ver.lure  and  well-wood- I gi'ow abundantly.     One feature about  this  project    of   the  Board,  deserves , ed with groups of silver birches���������������������������well I dear    old y Enderby    is  its delightful  in*.:ch praise    for   the    good work he  named    "the   Lady   of the Woods"���������������������������   walks, rides ancl drives into the sur-  is doing.       The    fust number of the  and stately    pines   which form a fine I rounding    country.        Here  one  does  bi-monthly has been widely circulated framed    background,  to   the picture,   not feel  pent up, as  they are apt to  ���������������������������in  this  country  and across the seas, I They are easily climbed, and make a j do in some towns, for thc pedestrian  , ancl  is    doing    valuable     missionary j delightful  natural  promenade  for  the  and horseman, as well as the cyclist,  , work for this section.     Many letters ; residents of the town and visitors to j has the choice of tive well-kept roads  !arc  being receive 1  as a result of the   wander on    its    grassy  and  bracken- j��������������������������� and    what    lovely    roads they are,  Journal    for    further  information   in   covered slopes and through its lfixur- j passing    -through      fertile      valleys,  regard   to     the    inducements   oilering ,iant woods, and cnioy the grand view !crowned with timber-clad heights, all  here. of  the    river   and    valley,   mountain  As the Board of Trade J oui nil is and meadowland. The picture is pre-  circulate 1 outside of the district, and sented to thc enraptured eye in one  does, not    fall   into the hands of our   vast panorama.  readers, we are reproducing some im-I Below the Heights, Enderby, with ' Old Country song, "How sweet the  pressions written for the" Journal by J its line churches, bants, hotels, contentment the Countryman doth  a gentleman who lately arrived from   schools nnd residences,  nestles acorn  jfind."       Here    tie    artist en  moor,  leading to scenes of rare* beauty and.-  wealth of landscape, for which British Columbia is justly famed. Here  we'see    excmpliiied    the  words'of an  the.Old Country, so that the readers ' Pact,    quiet,    peaceful,  of Tlie Press may get an idea of thc'means a   sleepy,    town.  but    by    nojmo.ntain and  beside the still waters  I was par- I of the placH river, can find material  ^SS^k\^WmWKS^tSSSSSSSSks^sJs%^  AMPLE MARKET FOR FRUIT '  Mr. R. G. Clarke, chief fruit inspector  of    the    Dominion,   spent a few  days in the district recently.    Speak- i  ing of    the   fruit   prospects and the  ���������������������������-,vuilablc  market    in   thc  Northwest,  ?ilr.  Clark said that some people' ap-,  (.pear  to  believe that the markets of.  the    prairie   provinces    will .not  be1  "large enough to take all thc fruit we  can .supply from B. C.     This notion,J  he said, is absolutely erroneous.   The j  -fruit    growers    of   .British-Columbia ]  ���������������������������* need not have any misgivings on that'  "point as,  with1, all  the extensive or-'  . chards-in v bearing    and-comirig into'  bearing,    the   -market   .will   increase I  more rapidly" than "the supply,  with..  pericr in many respects to the American production, yet the majority of"  our shippers do not take color into  consideration sufficiently, and often  lose sale for that reason. Better,  thought Mr. Clarke, to grade closer  for color, also maintaining the present high quality, than to lose a market, and have what we call our highest grade ta'-.e second place. _ This.is  what is actually occurring at tne  coast at present, and \rowers ere  wondering' why only five per cent, of  the'fruit being sold" at"the coast is"  from1 the Okanagan. *  , The. lessons to be learned from Mr.  Clark e^s "remark's are"*t.ia?" the producers should co-operate, and that  they "sliould   "study   "more closely'the  good mission of thc periodical, and  what is likely to" be accomplished by  and ' through-.it, The writer says of  conditions, as he found them here-on  his arrival: "Iirmy' humble opinic i il  impressed nie"as"'l:cing?th'e Gem oi t'.-p  Okanagan * Valley, ._ u..riw.lled for  beauty of scenery" an'T-fertility.     It  thc great influx of settlers to the  Northwest. The competition of the  northwestern states is engaging the  attention of the 13. C. government  and the growers at present, and this  competition, Mr. Clarke said, can  rosily be met by tho ndoption of cor-_  reel methods in packing and marketing. Color is a great drawing card  and,  although    our fruit may  ho su-  S.epney Farm Orchard, at Enderby  market requirements. * * Mr. Clu*-t  reports having found our orchards in  very good condition, and thinks the  Northern Okanagan will eventually  prove itseir the best fruit district iii  lhe province. ���������������������������.vnnsirong   .ui.ertioi;.  (Photo by G. (I. Campbell  Home grounds in Eniltrh;     - -  -  ticulariy struck by zho beautiful residences that"-one**- meets'with on" the  hillside "and "at every "turn of tie "different roads   and   streets; everywhere  there are signs of prosperity and con-"  te'ntitieht.**-" Th-e'lj-nnidlows aiid villas'  pre in iv'nstl'cses composed of wood"  and  brick,-   "are -artistic-lly    painted  and, of   pleas'n;;    architecture.     The*  city is lighted by electricity and supplied - with " a   "bountiful pressure of  pure soft water    laid  on..,    The resi  deuces are-in    most-cases surrounded  by trim lawns and well-3:cpt gardens,  - and  orchards    with    their  wealth   of  fruit and  flowers.     Thcs-.;,  of course,  gi-. c  an     added    attraction' to   their  surroun-'in-.-s.     There i.s here an evidence of the love of the beautiful nnd  that the members of the Horticultural   Society    are    evidently  spreading  their influence   in    the direction of a  beautified   Enderby. ���������������������������  One charming featrre, and one  which^ is seldom, seen, is that in  many of the roads and grounds surrounding tlie (lwcllinps groups of sil-  ������������������������������������������������������Wr^TirclfC5==witlf=o=tlTeT=trees are aF  lowed  to   remain    .;>s Nature ohnfed  "--     '---. - [Photo by.G. G.Ci.n.'|ibell   T". -r;"" 7     :" -  - *"* ~    ~    '.  for-- his ���������������������������- brush.    - Thev priot in sweet  contemplation    compose;     his song's;  the" 'author- g-aio'Vliis inspiration;".the  deciple-of dear old^ Isaac Walton may '  p/ly^his   rod,.in " the ' different rivers  and  lakes" with f-the "certainty  of'a  ���������������������������jvell-filled   basket.  ,'   The  sportsman,"'  the modern    Nin:.rod,    can indulge'in "  thc  *glens.��������������������������� pnd    men ntnin's " to     his  heart's content the pleasure the chase  brings to him../  ;   ' ' '-._���������������������������-  . I have pur-jb'fely refrained from  touching, upon the-commercial life-of  the town as another is doing so in  this paper." Suflicient for me-to say  that in*my' opin'ioh Enderby .has a  great future   before-it, "arid  that the  t _  tiive is ripe for further expansion. I  base this opinion upon the natural  advantages _Fnr1erby enfoys, fane! upon the fpet thnt most of the business  men of the "town are progressive and  are determined to use every effort to  bring prosperity to the town and its  citizens.  "Sweaters,' Underwear,- sox,  rubbe-s,  caps,  etc.,   at    lowest  prices.    J. W.  Evans & Son.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,  lawn  vases,   peer   blocks,    chimney blocks;  also lime and cement.       *  Leave orders early.  Enderby, B. C. -.-  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER     :  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby. I  Luck means appointments you have I  r.ever failed to keep.  Remember the date of visit of Dr.  S. L. Taube, Eye Sight Specialist,  of the Taube Optical Company, Calgary and Vancouver, who will bo at  A. Reeves' Drug Store, Enderby, B.  C, on Saturday, November 30th,  1912. If there is anything wren;  with your eye sight, don't fail to  consult hini. All work absolutely  guaranteed as tested.  FREE  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Tho. most, accurate, roll'ihlo and only Mmkct ICupurt  anil I'rlcu I.U of Its l;iml jmlilMiud.  M:illi:il   KKI'.U   to  tlio,o  intun-xtud   In   li.iw  Kurs  . SEND US YOL'B NAME ON A POSTAL���������������������������TCDAY  It's nut a Trapper's Guide, Imt n pn'i:!i;nliiii Ssiied  every two wci-lcs, wliii-h j,'ivr.i ymi p pom of whin Is  dulnglnall tlio .M:ir'ni-I4uft)iu World In American  Rnw Furs. Thlsliiformnllon is worth hundreds of  iln'hrs to you.  Write for it���������������������������NOW���������������������������IT'S FREE  a:b. shubert  The Largest House in -the World dealing exclusively In  American Raw Furs  25-27 W. Michigan SI., Dept. 135CHICAG0, ILL, U.S.A  Our china is going.   Get yours while  there is a choice.  J.W.Evans & Son.  was autumn time when 1 arrive 1, after    travelling    through    a    country  ; which seeine-1 i n'.nteresting,  dry, and  ! parched:      To    my  great  sisr.rl.se,   I  I found here thnt   Nature had  eclipsed  i herself  in  this  delightful  spot.      She  1.1ms...certainly._ lavished .her._ch_d_c.st  ' gifts  to make it an  ideal  residential  ; place for the stranger who is soeking  | a home  in  the nvild climate of Hrit-  , ish Columbin, und who desires to ob-  , tain a comfortable living for himself  i and family, and also to gi\e his thil-  ��������������������������� dren a good and sound edication.  .'   Unspoiled by    the   hand  of man at  present, it is a's    Nature's Great Architect fashioned  it;  lovely,  pleasant  and fair to   look upon.     The city of  Enderby is the    first, and one of the  oldest,  towns    in  the famous Okan >.-  gan  Valley, "renowned  for its luscious  fruit  ancl    vegetables     of  surprising  growth and  color.  '    Endcr'-.y  is    situated on  tbe placid  land   winding    river  of  Spallumcheen,  ,in a wide and  fertile valley surrounded  by    rugged    mountains on  every  .side.     The, mountain called The Cliif,  jon the east side,  of the town, is the  most  conspicuous,   with   its  frowning  t peaks and precipices casting their reflections into  Nature's mirror in the  j river below.     It, seems only, to want  i the ruins of an old castle For one to  weave a story of romance around   it.  erosene (Coal UilJK /  .....r   jes Gas or Electricity^  ,-ii������������������*  ft.siWAS  m  FJERE is an oil-burning lamp which produces a flood of  ���������������������������* pure, white light���������������������������more brilliant-than gas or electricity  "���������������������������yet wonderfully mellow and"casy'brAluf eyes7~It is simple"  ancl safe, clean and noiseless, docs not fill the room with obnoxious, unhealtliful odors.  To have abetter lighted home, with an  Aladdin Mantle Lamp  will actually cott you nothing.   It will pay for itn-l/ 5.-j ihs cl! It tav.r.   t am  the di__m for llic Mantle Lamp Company oi America and am telling you what I "jj  I' L-fiW-PVlTIWai   know to be absolute (acts.    1'rolessor Roger-, ol Lewis Inslitutc, Chicago, made 1  lv,V<���������������������������Brr5BIMgS&fy a comparative test ol all thc IcaJi;-.,-: oil-buviiii;; lamps on ttiu market���������������������������anl tlu .{  i-iSIIiiiiiitfii ��������������������������� Tr������������������iuo������������������ Aladdin was fcr.nd to ;;!v.thi* best li^jit an<l i' c most economical to use. Uut you L  don't need to accept these !>ttonc state:nci:ts on my wuid only.   A'A I ask is the opportunity :o prove 3  jj  them at rny own risk.   I will bc glad to let you 9.  TRY an Aladdin Lamp Jn Youv Home Before You Buy I  I furnish Tabic, Bracket, Hanging, Wall and Chandelier types o! lam; s���������������������������in fact Aladdin r.5rrj;>s for every [j  purpose. Just drop mc a po-t card and simply say you are interested. 1 II bc glad tobrin; an Air Min La-Tip to a  show you and leave in your home to use r. ni_;!ii c: two, iinii'ely \/i!l<   it obligation.   Mail tht. c.i'U ioj.'.y.   B  BERNARD ROSOMAN,  Agent,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  The Mantle Lanin Oo. <>f America, Ch icago, Portland, Dallas, Waterhury,  Montreal and Winnipeg.  LOANS  ; Applications . .received   for  Loans on improved Farming  ; and City property.  1 Apply to���������������������������  G. A. KANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C. THE UN DER BY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 28. 1912  Sketch of the Progressive Policy  Inaugurated by Hon. Martin Burrell  Not as much is heard of or is tie into the province at little cost to  known of the Agricultural depart-jthe farmers is part of the ycneral  ment at Ottawa a.s should be. After! scheme of assistance now going on.  all is snM and done it i.s one of the j .Mr. Hurrell has uiven a lot of utmost important branches of the gov-j tentiun to ways and means nr reviv-  ernmont, for agriculture is Canada's'ing the declining sheep industry. The  basic industry and the progress and: Ontario and Dominion Sheep Hrecd-,  prosperity of the Dominion depends ers Associations have joined with hini  upon the progress and prosperity of : to promote the industry. I.xpcrts  the fanner. Hon. Martin Hurrell, j were sent to H. ('.. and the Maritimu  the,.Minister of Agriculture, is a poor i provinces, and an exhaustive report  advertiser. He is a modest man, j was made to the minister, which i.s,  ttiu modest some say for a politi- j being acted upon at prosent. As a  cian. lie Works ni:;ht and day, and  talks    little.        Since    he   came   into  EATING  AN APPLE  'result  of    their    recommendations  wc  had  the auction   sales of grade ewes  ami  pure-bred    rams   at various cen- ,  tral   points   throughout   the   province ,  this fall.  0renter  interest  is  being  shown  by  Me found a depart-   the  department  of agriculture  in  all  s    in  a  rut.  " There * matters    connected    with   the  cxperi-  n.'lice he has worked many reforms  looking towards the advancement of  agriculture. Me lu.s initiated many  schemes for the betterment of the farming industry  ment    which  was no department at Ottawa where j mental farm work, and investiga  tho'-whule service was plainly mark-j tions of various lines have been in-'  ing time. The initiative was dis- Jatigurated which will result in giv-*  courased and dry rot seemed to have! ing the farmers information on many:  sot in. ,subjects of   vital    interest  to  the  in-  .Mr.  Burrell  has wakened  up the de-'dustry.  partment,    he    has    infused   new   life .'    and spirit in every branch of the scr- { TOMACCO  CROWING  vice and has succeeded  in  inculcating  his own   eneriiv    ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������" '  I "Do you know what you are eating?' asked the doctor of the little  girl. "An apple, of course." "You  are eating," said the doctor, "albumen, sugar, gum, malic acid, gallic-  acid, fiber, water and phosphorus."  "I hope"those things are good. Tbey  sound alarming." "N >thing could  be better. You ate, I observed, rather too much meat at dinner. The  malic acid of apples neutralizes the  excess of chalky- matter caused by  too much meat, and thereby helps to  keep you young. Apples are good  for your complexion. Their acids  drive out the noxious matter which  causes skin er'untinns. They are  good for your brain, which those  same noxious matters, if retained,  render sluggish. Moreover, the acid  of the apple diminish thc acidity of  the stomach that comes with sonic  forms of indigestion. The plusphor-  us, of which apples contain a large  percentage���������������������������larger than any other  fruit or vegetable���������������������������renews    the essen  tial nervous matter' of the brain and  spinal column. Oh, the ancients  were not wrong when they esteemed  the apple the food of the gods���������������������������the  magic renewer of youth to which the  gods resorted when they felt themselves growing old and feeble. I  think I'll have an apple," concluded  the doctor.  ���������������������������%7z&7Z<r-U&kM>/vt>  Another Amberol recital was given  Saturday evening by Mr. J. E. Crane.  One thinft noticeable iu looking over the  list of the new numbers, and heading  them played, is the absence of all of  that cheap rag-time. These Blue Amberol records arc made to kctp for a  life time, and only thc numbers tnat  arc always good arc recorded on tlie  Blue Amberol. The opinion of all  those who heard the recital was that  thc Blue Amberol is all that the Kli-  son people claim for it. The mu-jic  given out is sharp, clear and cV.-.ul  of all mechanical noise in connection  with its rendition. Nothing .-.o-fme  has yet been produced on any oth'-r  record or disc made.  the department.  I.n.'lei'bv  has  thousands  of  acres   of  an !  enterprise  into ' ,      ,      .,' , ,      , ....       ���������������������������.,       ,   .  1 ; Ian 1  suitable    for   growing  the fhoi-  Hon.    Sidney    Fisher,    thc    former  cest cigar    tobacco.  The  en .rmous  prolM.s  from    this industry    makes  it  minister, had ���������������������������  paternal way of tak-   v/oi.fJi ^.^ st        Lhe possU)ilitics  ing every stray department under his  wing. The result was that the department was loaded up with work  which had nothing in the world to  do with agriculture. Census and statistics came under the admi listra-  tion of the minister of agriculture;  copyrights und patents, the "archi .-es,  public health, and a half dozen other  branches were stowed in this depart-  mint. The first thing .Mr. Uurrell  did was to re-armn re these services.  The censrs and statistics branch was  transferred to the department of  trade and commerce, where it more  properly belonged. The archives  1 ranch - lutnrally fits in with the  work of-the secretary of state, and it \  wss  transferred    to this' departme it. ;  i  Patents an ! copyrights will  likely he i  transferred    this    session   to   the de- !  "partme.-ft  nf    state.'    and   the   public j  health    branch     will     also   Ii'-ely   he ;  taken  from  tlie    department  of agriculture.  We have before referred to the gen-.;:  eral policy adopted by Mr. Burrel, .  wliich was 1 road -in its scope and  wide in its usefulness. To get a  thorough grasp ,ol the situation in  all parts of Canada, Mr. Burrell ap-  1 ointcd    Dr.    C.    C.    J neves,  deputy  -minister   of   agriculture for years in-"  Ontario,  as commissi-, ner  to  ma:e a  thor.ugh inve.stii.rn tion and rnn'tc rec-  o-nmen l-.tions   and   suggestions    for'  rhe     consideration   ol   the     govern- ;  mmt.    Mr.  James  has  been  devoting  all   the year    to  his iniuiry,  and  his  report is now    nearly ready and  will  Jie_P.re.sen.ted���������������������������to tlm. Hmisp_t ihc-upu���������������������������  sion. In the meantime, as an assistance to the farming industry,  the sum if ?.'00,(i|)u u-a.s set aside to  be divided atunri., the several provinces on a population basis. Of this ,  sum the province of British Columbia received $27,.'{.'J. ���������������������������(. Tin's am. >uiit of  money is being spent in various ways  to assist the fiii-iulrit. in-dus-try. The  btitu'i'iiir of   pure -bred sheep and cat-  olTeeed here where land can be had at  s.icli   reasonable   figures.      Okanagan  tobacco growers have been  known to  cle:>n up from  ?400 to -?800 per acre.  Toli"Cco    1 *nds    in    Wisconsin   and  Florida cost from  $2000 to  ?8000  ne  acre.     The s irnc kind of land  in this  district can    be  bought  at  less  than  $200 an acre.     Thc reason  for this  l.h'-t. in the O'-jmim- an   *. alley to ace  growing  is  in  its  infancy.      There  an out ning for __ tobacco company  I'n ler'y,  as  the    de-nan 1   fji*  Okana  gan  ri cars is much  greater  than  th  supply.  Trie. - _^# Awi/i^  7b/u������������������'iA'(mi������������������rerj/aaX!  wmk  !t*s the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, nndllKST IIOMH  Vi'.".'., one can hny���������������������������Why you don't t'vvn liavr to  l::io\\-whnl KIND of Cloth your Gooil.s urc imuli>  of.--.So Mistakes urc Impossible.  Send f'r I'rec; Color Curil, Story  Ilooklct, mid  Itookli't nivintf results of Dyeing ov</r other colors.  'rhe JOlINSON'-lllCIIAUliSON CO., Limited,  "Montreal, Ciin-.uhi.  vttr  -?fis*  ���������������������������">  *?..  A fish catch beforo bicjikft'Wt no; r Entletby  Photo It^lVcR.Cranu  cj -���������������������������M^-ysr^x.Wrv  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory,- the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 2,5G0 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must hc  made by the applicant in person to  the-Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in tin-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staged out by thc applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee for ?5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A-  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of live cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish thc Agent with-sworn returns  accounting for the full'quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty tneio.... j te coal mining  rights are " not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year. - -  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may-be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface-rights may be considered necessary for the working; of  the mine at the rate of ?L0.00 an acre  For full information ' nnolicatio i  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Tntcrior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of 'Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Uimi*thori;'.ed publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for. _,  te.  Wc have an extra Choice Selection  thi* year. We wish our friends  a id patrons  would  make Their se-  ���������������������������tactions' early. We want-" to give  you (he best possible service in  your Christmas printing. Early  orders will receive oui'first attention. Come in and look over the  fine lot just received.  FredL H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  ������������������������������������������������������furnished   Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rnbberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  We represent S.C.Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime fresh meats, w  have them.     Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers from  the richest feeding grounds in Alber  ta, and   are   killed   and cut strictl  i-'KESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  cin give you the best price possible.  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderry, B. C.  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both   vvays from  Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  Cottonwinxl Crc-y ('.lave, ,. fnrorile hnunl of. Enderby cumiiiiiK iiartivs, olioto by U*k. Crunt  TShe Early  printed on  0     .���������������������������  orders of these cards will be  Saturday. Is YOUR order in?  South  North  bound  STATIONS  hound  read down  read up  10.05 (Lv)  Sicamous  Jet  (Ar)  18.00  10.46.  Mara  17.15  11.00  Grindrod  16.5!)  11.14  Enderby  16.44  11.40  Armstrong  16.15  11.58  Larkin  15.55  12.25  Vernon  15.30  12.45 (Ar)  Ok. Landing  (Lv) 15.15  H. W. BRODIE            JNO.BURNHAM  Gen. Pas.  Agt.  Agent  Vancouver  Enderby  \\ Thursday, November 28, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  f  i  Poultry Raising Can Be Made a  Most Lucrative Occupation  By F.  J. Roberts  MANY people have started in  the poultry business and have  failed to make it pay, and will j  tell you that, there is no profit in !  keeping poultry; but L will tell you !  right now that there is a good living ;  and a good profit to be mado in j  poultry, with eggs selling' at 40 cents I  per dozen on tlie average throughout j  the year, and the same can he pro- '  duced for 15c per dozen, and broilers:  can bc raised to li pounds for 15c to i  JSc each from the egg, and the mar- '  ket is right here for all wc can pro- ]  duce, for British Columbia is import- j  ing to the extent of 2,500,000 dollars'  worth  of poultry  products  annually, I  buildings,' but dry and free from  draughts, with plenty of ventilation,  with shed for scratching in���������������������������hens to  lay must be kept busy. Now your  stock. We will say- one dozen hens  and a cock bird, of a popular variety  ~f  . Zyiifc  and if you start right and not in to i  big a way at first, if you do not  know the business. I think many  failures arc due to not sticking to it;  many   people    get    dishear ened   and  Clip out this  Advertisement  *.���������������������������-!���������������������������  fi;������������������  Columbian  Wvandottes  Prize Partridge Wyandolts  give up because they do not get the  big returns at once, and you cannot  expect to start any, business and get  a profit on thc outlay right away; it  will take two or more years before  you can expect to get returns on the  capital invested.  ��������������������������� Poultry farming is a business tnat  must bc developed; it cannot be built  up in a month or a year; the man  who* starts at the, bottom of the  ladder and- goes slow at first, will  eventually get to the top. Some persons get discouraged and sell out  thoir stock just as they, are beginning to pay.     They have raised their  ���������������������������-preferably    pure-'bred;     then    com- \  mence to breed up your flock of lay- *  ers,  and    here    is   the     vital noint:  hatch   only    from    the  heavy  layers,  and  see    that   your male bird  is al-.  ways from a heavy-laying strain.   To ;  get a good* flock of winter layers the :  best time    of   year to hatch for the j  heavy breeds, such as Rocks, Orpin;;-'  tons, and  Wyandottes,  is durin"* the ���������������������������  months of March and  April, and for  the lighter   varieties,    such    as Leghorns,    Minorcas    and  Hamburgs.   in i  April and.May;    and to have strong, I  vigorous    chicks     you     must     have  strong,     healthy,      vigorous    p.*1 rent;  stock,  and to  have such cstock  there *  should  be plenty   of   straw or Utter'  for tbem    to * w.ork in, for you must'  i  f\&< send your name and address for a free copy of the book that has  ^ opened the eyes of Canadian farmers to the possibilities of the  '"' material-of-all-work "���������������������������concrete.  This book,  "What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete"  will bc sent to you absolutely free. You do not place yourself under the slightest obligation to  buy any "Canada"  Cement or to do anything else  for us.  OU'will find the book interesting, instructive, and its information will bc of real cash value  to you. It is not a catalogue. It gives in plain, simple language the directions for using  concrete for every possible kind of farm construction. Scores of every day uses, fully described  and illustrated. - .   .^.  Write your name and address on the coupon below, or  send them by letter or post card, and the book will be      ���������������������������-���������������������������   c  sent to you immediately.    Address,  Y  i,| CANADA  lii  Publicity Manager  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED  511 Herald Building, Montreal  /F you are usirnr concrete and wish to ask  any questions about its use, remember we  have a Farmers' Free Information Bureau  that will answer them without charge.  send  ' me your  book  I-grain that she nets she will pay b/i.ck  * with interest in the0 egg-basket, and  ! a good cow will put every extra bit  ; of food she gets into'' the milk pail.  ' Hens are much thc same as cows.  f'You can scarcely fatten a good milch  Lansdowne Poultry  v      Yards  cow, antl the  she-produces  fat hen does  Brahnvas, T.   Pound's prize  winners  chicks too late in the season, an.l  kept their pullets all through the  winter, without an egg; and just as  they are beginning to lay good they  give up, and say that their hens  =h ave~eTa tc m^th e i i���������������������������hcatl s^o fTfr^a 11 d=tl fa t  thore is no profit in keeping poultry, |  and sell out to thc first person that \  comes along and oilers any price at  all. I know from experience that  there is a good living to be made iu  poultry, not from a fancy point only  where they breed for the show room,  and get $2.50 or more per setting for  eggs and from $5 to ���������������������������'$10 each for  stock, but eggs and poultry for mar-  ke.t alone; and. T kiio\v.pepi)lc_i)crson-  .=��������������������������� - .- .       fi** -*" ���������������������������-5?-i CP)>"IB|CMT lW  '.".-���������������������������J   .\ =_jnvO^������������������_CHA. _StIHi.C.i������������������m.������������������i>  Black  Minorcas,  G.E.Smelley's  breed  remember that activity is thc life of  the hen. Exercise plays an important part in the egg-production, and  the number of eggs produced depen Is  on the health of the hen, and her  vigor comes from her, activity to a  large extent.  Every poultryn?an has his own way  of feeding. Wheat is the safest' and  hest grain to feed for thc main ration, with oats, cracked corn and  barley for a change. Green feed they  must have, and plentv of it. It is  surprising how much green food a  hen will eat;    grass, clover, cabbage.  same with a laying lien,  eggs  instead  of fat:  a  not lay many eggs and  ducts    not    produced   here  in   larger  quantities?       This    is    the  question  asked by visitors of the "district. The  answer  is    simple:    the  profits- from  lumbering,,   mining  and   land   selling  have in the past-hem more tempting      -   ' . - ��������������������������� . ���������������������������   ���������������������������  and the actual farmers have been few-;      -    '--  COOKS FOR SALE    '-'���������������������������'.-  in the district.     These conditions are'   " .    .' '/_.... '_.-. . .'  now "changing,-    and   the   opportunity-of  the    following'  varieties':-   Brown  .��������������������������� for making a    good    living in  a  fine  Leghorns,    Bull * Orpinytons,' Barred'-  ; climate awaits the new-comer.     Let. Rocks.-  All  -; him" set   to    work    to share in  that  .!,$:.. 500. not)  business.      Let  him  set to*  "*"" "''���������������������������    J " "���������������������������" JU"&  j work  in afr'buslifess-llke way,  taking  1 counsel  only  from "those  who are  nl-  j ready    successfully   engaged  in   farm-  ��������������������������� ing,  and   ne-lect;iiT the advice  freely  I given by all others. ��������������������������� Enderby   B.ard  : of Trade Journal.  lies.-  All  from prize-'winning stock  '..From ?] .50 up.   The best young'stock  -1'-ever-raised:- - - - :    - *  - _"���������������������������---'_ -**-' **"  w. t. Marshall;  ;  Lansdown- Armstrong  P.O.  i Ef' you need a spiritual adviser,'  you probably also require a family  physician.  ' Breathe more,-   eat    less and  think-  well of" everybody   and  hell will disappear.'   "-       ' ..." "  We have a nice'sto.ck of,Olives just  in.   -J.W.Evans &'Son.  Houdans  Marshall's soecials  milk,  is to  a fat cow does not give much  so'you see, the main thing  breed -laying* hens, not fat ones.  Another vital point is cleanliness.  The house wants to be cleaned often,  at least u  , and coal oil or  other disinfectant put around the  rIras ts^aTul^ti rT^^bonxd s*r*****M:*rim-e=i1r=a=  good thing around; the house must  be kept free from vermin; you cannot  have eggs and vermin.  \y/77������������������X-  ^7 yi.'A. _%>J".  ryyc-*������������������&f������������������*?i<-  i -���������������������������������������������-.'-%���������������������������>-  C������������������-pyrii>htfTsi>7;L-p_���������������������������^5^ffjS5i?������������������  hk'i-  pfvyK-'A&K  Zi'i-ji.-'i'lf-l'-";  Ch������������������j 1. _inle_,c.l_-  m.uiO --"-^'i'/'".-'',-  Barred Rocks, H.> E. Waby's favorite  ally that are making from Ifl to .$2  per hen, clear profit, per year on  every hen they keep, and every one  of these people started in a small way  ���������������������������one started ��������������������������� with a dozen hens and  now keeps between 500 and GOO. These  people are making a good living and  saving money besides. I think it  best to start in the poultry business  on, say 5 acres of land���������������������������that is as  much as one man can manage���������������������������with  500 chicks. I would prefer land that  sloped to    the    south;  not expensive  ^HS**5*"*-       C>>" ��������������������������� *->'"'���������������������������'���������������������������?���������������������������  Black Orpingtons,  Dr.  Keith's class  anything that is green in winter;  roots, such as beets, carrots, mangolds, plenty of grit and shell, fresh  water two or three times a day in  summer, and it should h,e in the  shade. All these little things must  bc attended to in order to make a  living from poultry. A good thing  to remember is that a laying hen is  like a good milk-cow, every little bit  extra in    the   way of meat, hone or  1  Mr. Edison  has invented a New Record  ,    j ti-   that will rekindle all of your first  , ������������������������������������������������������:, '?,.>tirp:':.rT<  ��������������������������� .-���������������������������;-''";/i--"5jjf5_,'i  _.i^"l-_.'v Ir���������������������������- .. .  '"* ^^iv**^~~r ~  Silver Laced  Wyandottes  MARKETS, LIVE-STOCK, ETC.  Silver Spangled    Hamburgs  British Columbia's imports in  dairy and poultry products in 1911  were as follows:  Butter  $  Milk    (including    condensed)  nnd cream    Eggs  954,908  373,GG7  973,133  Poultry    1,1-12,735  Cheese       654,70G  Excluding cheese, of which practically none is made in British Columbia, there is ,a total of 53,500,000  sent out of the Province annually for  articles which should be produced at  home. .-      .,  These figures arc from the government's agricultural report. Tho district around En-derby is more suited  for the production of the above products than any other district in the  province.      Why, then, are these pro-  enthusiasm in your Edison Phonograph  ���������������������������a record that makes your Edison Phonograph far and  away the best sound-reproducing instrument that can be  had.   The new record is called the-"Blue Amberol. Jt  not only has greater volume ancl decidedly the finest tone  of any phonograph record on the market, but  is practically unbreakable and will never wear  out.    Go to your Edison dealer, today and  ask him to play some of these wonderful  Blue Amberol Records.    Then take them  home to keep and play the rest of your life,    n i  Thomai A. Ediion, Inc., 100 Lakuide Are.; Orange, N. J., U. S. A.        \T  A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at  THE ENDERBY^ MUSIC STORE  am  JAMES  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit  Land  Town Lot*  Hay Land  The .Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  L >tvio!.:L mc -uhirt! Pi re Insurance Co.  Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dent  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY' THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 28, 1912  ���������������������������U-  wjj-naw  HERE  You Are !  A dandy little    cottage of live  I'uoms;  well  painted  and  plastered;     water  installed   in   thc  kitchen;  lot is  fenced,  and has  a good woodshed  in rear; very  good   location.    Price,  ->775  you want this see ine soon.  o  FIVE LOTS���������������������������All in one block;  planted to apple trees that  are bearing, for 51,500. Really  you can't buy bare lots liv.  this absurdly low figure anywhere else in the city. The  termsit are exceptional: one-  third down; balance 1 and 2  years at 7 per cent.  xzxerr  PRO BONO PUBLICO  xzxzr  y  SGOUT  MASTERS'   ANNUAL "'BALL'  ������������������  Dear Sir:   The Rev.  Duncan Gamp-  bell  having    approached    us    re.   thc  Scoutmasters'    dance,     stating   that  the parents of    the boys are raising  objections,     we    should   esteem   it  a  great favor if you  will   kindly allow  j us through the medium of your paper  ;to ask those    parents who object to  kindly communicate    with    us direct,  stating the nature of their'objection.  : After   giving     these    communications  due consideration we shall then be in  a position  to consider the advisability of changing the form of entertainment. G.   G.  CAMPBELL,  I                           F.  R.  PRINCE,  GEO.   B.   SCHMIDT.  district and are preparing to get into position to handle the big business  anticipated  for 1913.  Walter Robinson  BELL BLOCK. ENDERBY  MAKING BOYS MEN  :    The    writer    has    visited   the  Bov  i  'Scouts  of  Enderby  on  several  occasions and    watched    them  in  their in-  jdoor drills, their scout work and  fire  'drills  out    of    doors,  and  saw  them  .when they were inspected nnd compli-  Imented  by  His Highness the Duke of  ; Connaught.     At    no  time  have  they  i conducted    themselves    in    a  manner  jthat di'l   not elicit    admiration,  and  one  could  not    but recognize the excellent    training    they  are   receiving  at  the hands of  the Scoutmasters of  Enderby.     The Rev. Mr.   l-Iilton,  Mr.  -jh   Campbell,   Mr.     Prince,   Mr.   Schmidt '  and    Mr.     Wheeler    have   earned   the  sincerest thanks and confidence of the '  parents of those boys, as well as of '  jthe parents of the other boys of  En- ,  I derby  who    are   not in  the organiza- i  'tion.     The    good    they do  radiates.'  | They are men boys.  J.  *  i  j  ������������������  :  7.  t  T  X  i'  ?  1  t  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  i  T  V  ?  i  i  -_i���������������������������  Last year    the    Scoutmasters gave  -j- | their first annual  dance.      A  few men  .   . .Li and women   who    never have allowed  f\ jr j .V j themselves to   enjoy the clean social  JVLOinCntS ������������������ilife ������������������f thC bal]room-  raise*'' objection  ���������������������������j. . then  to the dance, but the dance was  T-y ���������������������������'/. i given, and it proved to be one of the  F -you   are  carrying .!.���������������������������...,.��������������������������� ,;iP0v,inf -   ,,- ,*      ;  - ,- ,u -.  - -j i-   . i . .'  *mofcL    pleasant--social  events  of  thei  an     unreliaole    time- .{. ; year..     The  "boys    acquitted    them-J  ���������������������������|-'0iecey0U    are   the prey"It!-selves   most    admirahlv.   Thev   cared  ���������������������������;< ;won the hearts of all in attendance.  It was an event long to be remembered and  one    that will  often be re-  1    SEALED  TENDERS    addressed  to  ! thc  undersigned,  and  endorsed  "Ten'  1 der  for  Public    Building,   Greenwood,  ; B.  C."  will he received at this oflice  'until 4  P.M.    on   Monday,  December  ^th, 1!I12,   for    thc construction of a  ���������������������������Public Building at'Greenwood, B.C.  !    Plans,    specification    and    form  of  ! contract can    be    seen ancl forms of  .tender obtained   at the oflice of Mr  ���������������������������  j Wm.  Henderson,    Resident Architect,  i Victoria,  B.   C,    at   the Post Ofilce, |  Greenwood, B.C., and at this Depart- !  ; ment. .  j Persons tendering are notified that,  1 tenders will notobe considered unless J  jmade on the printed forms supplied,!  jand signed with their actual signa-j  1 tures, stating their occupations and '  I places of residence. In the case of,'  firms the actual signature, the nature1  i of the occupation, and place of resi--  dence of each member of the firm]  must be given. i  Each tender must be accompanied ���������������������������  by an accepted cheque on a chartered !  bank payable to the order of the |  Honourable the Minister of Public I  Works, equal to ten per rent (10 p.c.) !  of the amount of the tender, which j  will be forfeited if the person tender-1  ing decline to enter into, a contract j  when called upon to do so, or fail to j  complete the work contracted for. If j  the tender be not accepted the cheque!  will be returned. I  '    The Department does not bind itself j  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  ��������������������������� Ottawa,   November 18,  1912.  i    Newspapers   will    not    be paid  for  this    advertisement   if they insert it  .without  authority    from  the  Depart  ment���������������������������299(55.  Fit-Rite  Suits   give splendid  satisfaction.   Try one.    J.W.Evans & Son.  I  of anxious moments.  '" You have to continually allow a 'watch-may-not-bp-right'  margin.  Some day it will cost you a  whole lot more than the $1S.00  we ask for a. splendid up-to-  date dependable watch. We  give a choice of three sizes  and furnish a filled gold case  with a 17-jeweled ELGIN  movement. Other      ELGIN  watches $25.00, 535.00, $50, SCO  $75 and $100.  quested to be repeated.   '  In   the face of - last year's success,  SEE    US    ABOUT  A   WATCH  THAT KEEPS TIME.  F. PYMAN  V ' c'm \'<"r fi. .1 -wlcr  t  T '  1.  T  I*  Kn<.Vrbv V  3*4  V,for  their, guests   like little men.  and  y  li  l.and the knowledge of the real manly  y. qualities and breadth of character  % i being drilled into the boys by those  $ faithf:il scoutmasters, it is* a little  ���������������������������> :surj-rising that they should meet the  X same opposition this year as was  T in evidence last year, when the scouts-masters announced their ball. A let-,  ���������������������������j-jter from Scoutmasters Campbell,  ������������������ jPrince and Schmidt, elsewehere in  " these columns, will explain itself, it  places the matter fairly before the '  parents of the boy scouts. This year  as well as last    year,  the Scoutmas-  CF    CANADA  t  P-iid-iipCa-.lt..!. reserve Fund &G "I 7A_ ft Aft  ..ml Ijndlviuol Piuii.s (Oven  ������������������P������������������������������������* ��������������������������� 0,UUU  Total Ansel* (Over)   $63,000,000  You Can Always Get  Yoar Money Promptly  if it is deposited in the Union  Bank of Canada. When that  unforeseen need arises, or an  opportunity comes to make au  exceptionally profitable cash deal,  it is v.-orlh much to be able to get  your casli without delay.  Meanwhile it is absolutely safe  and is earning Interest all the  time.  ters observed the    wishes of the i.ar-   r a  _   ������������������     L       ..,*������������������-...  onts ami .lem���������������������������,���������������������������l���������������������������l lrom cadl ���������������������������,���������������������������.' ���������������������������,..   &������������������*)* tart*,      W. D. C. CMSTII*, HiMIH i  Local Ads.  A'lviTtiM'mcnts inn:it this* liwid: He n u. ortl for  tin- lir-1 insertion; Ic si w,ml i-m-h ^nI������������������.-������������������iiueril. invert ion  WANTED���������������������������Sound    young   horse, well  broken;   ten   to  fifteen   hundred,   for  delivery wagon., . r-itatc price. ..Ad-.,  dress (.'.,  I.nderby Press.  FOR SALE--Gasoline engine and  wood sawing outfit. Will take half  uf payment in wood. II, Greyell,  Enderby.  WIRE KI.NriNOIL  F.  SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts  taken  for erection.   Orders  for spring work now being booked.  SUIT CLEANED & PKI.SSEI)--.\ow  the time to get it done. Orders  promptly executed. Rosoman &  Gildemeester, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking Parlors, Clifl street,  next J. W. Evans & Son's. Repairing a specialty.  ILLOW RIVER-On main line  of Grand Trunk Pacific, and  Pacific & Hudson Bay Railway-  It is the desire of the Railway  Company   to    make it one of  tending the hall written permission  ���������������������������from the mother or father. This in  all reason should have been suflicient  to satisfy anyone. It is diflicult to  see how anyone of sane mind could  object to the Scouts learning the  lessons of life that are taught only  in the ballroom���������������������������the lessons of confidence, cjurtesy, chivnlry and con-  sideratioirfor others���������������������������In" the presence"  of their parents and community  friends. How much better this than  to have the boys learn in public ball  rooms later in life much that they  would have to unlearn to make them  lit men  in any    decent society  LONDON, ENG., RSANCJHI,  51 TJrremlntcilIc St., E.C.  F. W. ASHE, - - IMunancr.  G. M. C. HART SMITH.   Assistant M(|r.  NOTICE  Listen!  The quality  of our groceries  never Ms.  The quality of our groceries never  fails; the price is what ve keep down.  You can buy your groceries cheaper  from us than you can from most other  stores because we sell other things too,  and do a bigger business.  Your grocery bill is your biggest bill.  Buy, then, from us and your bill won't be  so big.  7 CHRISTMAS  Goods are now opened up and will be shown for  the first time on Saturday, Nov. 30th. Do your  Xmas buying early, when stock is complete and  not be disappointed. ��������������������������� There are many new lines which  will be worth your while inspecting, and which Miss Mc-  Intyre will be pleased to show you.  All-special Xmas Goods-are on sale in the. Dry Goods-,  department," but all "departments carry a full  stock of  staple lines amongst which  are .so'many useful'Xmas'  presents.    "  Our Grocery Department is replete in all  Xmas Groceries.  Be sure and call arid let us have the pleasure of showing you the really nice line of Xmas Gifts we have in stock  Enderby Trading Co., Ltd.  A   NEW   REALTY   FIRM  &  The .Northern Okanagan Land  investment Company is the. name of laundry business  a now real estate firm established in  Enderby this week. Those interested  in the company are, Geo. Packham,  V. R. Prince, Wm. S. Poison and R.  C, Attenborough. All of these gentlemen are well and favorably known  in Enderby and district, and have  had considerable experience in handling land, and are preparing to operate on a large scale. They are  located temporarily in the Blanchard  & English block, on Clifl street, but  expect to move into their permanent  To whom it may concern:  J have this day.bought nut nll_the  goods, chattels, store building and ,'  business of the Quong Chong China ���������������������������  Co., and more particularly that J  owned by Hoyt Dap, money to be '  paid over on Nov. 23rd. I will as-  KiimcMio debts of the company nor be ,  responsible for any accounts not paid i  by Hoyt Dap or the company on or ;  before Nov. 23rd. I  1  will continue the business at the  old stand, and solicit a share of the  SAM BOW.  ENDERBY FLOUR  MOFFET'S BEST  Made strictly from  Saskatchewan and  Alberta wheat, in the  ^ONE^MfMrinnh^  Columbia, and now one of the MOST COMPLETE milling sys-1  terns in Canada. Try this flour and you'll find it will produce a  grent volume of good, wholesome, NUTRITIOUS bread. You  will find the color WHITER than any other flour on the market  ���������������������������this means that it is CLEANER than any other flour on the  market.  WHY NOT USE YOUR HOME FLOUR ?   We both lose money if you don't.    For sale by all good grocers  or at our mill.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Knderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Here is a Snap  Fir-t-cUf.M Cabinet Work  and   Picture Framinif.  Undertaking Parlors in connection.  Next to City Hall.  the most important towns in  the en-   quarters' in the Enderby Hotel block  tire  Canadian   West.   Lots $10 down,   where the Union Bank is now located  $.10 monthly; no interest; no taxes  Write today for full information.  Pac. Bond & l.and Corp., Ltd., 422  Pac.  Bldg., Vancouver, B.C.     n28-.t  early in December, the bank having  leased tlie corner formerly occupied  by A. Fulton. These young men  have unbounded faith in Enderby  and  BARGAINS���������������������������Prices net at cellar  door; delivery extra: choice No. 1  winter apples, $1 per box; No. 2s,  80c per box; box 15c extra. White  Potatoes, 75c sack. Good sweet  cider, 40c gallon; also celery, cabbage and cider vinegar. Geo. H.  Lawes, Enderby.  271  ACRES BENCH LAND, splendidly situated  light clay loam with about 5 acres black  and plenty of water  and nearly cleared.  for   fruit growing.   Soil  loam.       Beautiful    view  Six acres growing hay.   Five acres slashed  An ideal place for    poultry   and small fruits  as well as apples; no summer frosts.  A BEAUTIFUL HOME SITE.  Price,  $2,500; easy terms.  H. W. Harvey  Real Estate, Insurance, Etc.  Post Office Block, Enderby


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