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 V  ^/y^'yyS^  OCT 29 1912  -^  Enderby, B. C,   October"24; 1912  AND  nr     4  vv  _"���������������������������_.  Vol. 5; No. 29; Whole No. 2������������������3  THE BALKAN'.'WAR  Town and District News in Brief  of People and Things Heard About! *<* the past ^there have been  all kinds of   reports    of engagements  Snow is flecking the hills. |    The Enderby    Trading Company is'between the Turks and-.the allied for-  Mayor Ruttan is expected home on  showing    a   line    of    Jaeger woolen j ees operating ., ;ainst Turkey, hut no  Saturday. , goods that would do credit to any of * authentic news of any important en-  Good,, morning !    Where's your sum-  the large city stores. -gagement has yet come.through.   The  u  Sam1   Affleck    was  'cy's cooling    plant  last Friday by  Co_fc.table Bailey, and the morn'ng  after Sam was taxed $5 and costs for  the accommodation.  ,A service of sacred song, entitled  "Parmer Gibson's Harvest Thanksgiving" will be rendered by the choir  - mer's wages ? j  Mrs. M. F. Hilton is visiting friends j  in Armstrong. *  Any man who makes people think is  going to get tongue-lashed.  Thirst    for   righteousness does not,'  supply that dark brown taste. j  Earl Jr. wen second money in.another race at Lexington, Ky., a week"  ago.  Thos. Brash and Clarence Fravel  went out after a deei] the other morning and���������������������������got it.  If you "are   interested in Christmas   ���������������������������. .  ' _ ,��������������������������� _.    ,-    ���������������������������.,  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.��������������������������� ii,., ���������������������������       strong by a    score of 12 to 10.   The  greeting cards,  look in  when passing  .   ..    . o -    ���������������������������   - .        , ���������������������������  the Walker Press. j batter.es  were:   Armstrong,  Ferguson  Miss A.    Faulkner    has accepted a ' %������������������������������������*"''    ^^   EVmS "* ^  position   as    bookkeeper-  in the Big ;    Tf ,'   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������    .   .   ..   ...     ��������������������������� . .  o.   ,.      .       , .. ,1    It is reported that the-Chinese la-  Store,  Armstrong. !. ,        .      -  .       ���������������������������-  M,-o" rv c i      i.,        in.,..        ,    borers here have formed a union and  -Mis.  Orossley Poison left last week   _���������������������������,,, .,������������������������������������������������������,������������������������������������������������������, An . ������������������_._..,  f ..to ..������������������.!���������������������������  ,ii i        ..,       , now demand 40c an hour.for their la-  for Portland,  where she will undergo   ,,������������������������������������������������������    _, M,       ... _.   ,  ...��������������������������� l       l *.     ,   *-- -        bor.   Rather   high    wages    to pay a  treatment-for her eves. -       -    -        -  '��������������������������� ���������������������������,_'-���������������������������--,.     .      -    -       -       " y :*  *  -Arrc   %���������������������������=   tr���������������������������o.-ho"       i    i -n     -       (Chink for    digging   spuds when-that  iuis.   Jhos. Hughes and children re-}������������������������������������������������������*.,������������������������������������������������������,    ������������������������������������������������������,.-���������������������������     ���������������������������      .. .-��������������������������� -  *.���������������������������      ,., ��������������������������� ���������������������������__._. .   'article is-  bringing . only. 89 a ton���������������������������  turned* from    a    visit-to  the prairie   , ������������������������������������������������������,���������������������������.    ���������������������������-.,.. >**.:'.a LUU-  ���������������������������  ,.     , .Armstrong  Advertiser  provinces on Saturday. "  -in  giving Day evening.     All are invited.  r&The baseball game between Armstrong and Enderby, at Armstrong  last week, resulted in a win for Arm-  a  assisted to the seat of the first great battle to be  fought is placed at Adrianople, where  the fighting forces, will aggregate a  quarter of a million men on cither  side. The Turkish army is reported  to be much smaller than had been estimated, and is said to be at the  mercy of a    few    weeks' seige by the  ominion Lands Commissioner Maber __  will be in This District Next Week  Kairiloops,0ct23.���������������������������Walker enJ������������������yed br those present,    it is safe  E> *������������������:    J     L. f       mi     _.     _. to Say tbat, bad the people of Ender-  r'������������������***i.-������������������s     r> ������������������/..ov'K--    I     -.rill     ���������������������������t-r-vt  ; ' ~-w- '���������������������������"'-/- "f- '      *   "*" -"-^by known the excellence of this agsie- *  in your district Monday next. ' gation  of   artists,    the  house  would  S   MABER   "   !llave been crowded to the doors.   It  the    Methodist    church,    Thanks:- Bulgarian  troops.        King  Ferdinand  personally is directing army operations. ��������������������������� He has shown himself, so far,  a shrewd arid brilliant commander.  Some predict that Adrianople will  fall into the hands of the Bulgarians  after only a few days' seige.  was a royal treat���������������������������recognized as the  These few   words,    received by the  best company of    English performers  will travelling Canada���������������������������and it is not to  the credit of the town that they were  given so small an audience. Saving a  penny in newspaper advertising has  often cost dollars for the promoter of  a good thing.  HON. F. D. MONK RESIGNS  Mrs:   W. 'G." Pearson" retufn&T'from  -The nin'on"the bulb's"for Fall plant-  her .visit of a few months .in .the east- ^^"at- J. W. "Evans   & Son's would  ern provinces, last week.                         indicate that   th-e flower gardens of  A  very   pretty    bungalow in being ; Enderby will' be   bright with spring  erected adjoining the,Cottage hospital:bloomers when    the   snows of winter  property by Mrs. Warwick*. "*"'" *~ i'u~    Mrs.  Geo.  Bell    came  up from  Victoria on Tuesday to attend the burial  "Windermere'.' tells the story: "It  is the lull before the storm. All the  correspondents are " in. the field and  the .opening of the grim drama of  war,'-in real earnest, is expected before the end of the week."--The diplomats of the. great:powers will'fill'in  the interval, "with** hurling elaborate  protocols, ultimatums and -notes,with  which they' will' seek" toViiide their !fu'-:  tility, into the; group of the little  nations warring for freedom from the  Turkish yoke. Turkey herself is busy  resisting .the-   long-planned'design to  out of  of the late Benj. Brundish.  -   Several Enderbyites visited the Ap  pie Show   yesterday,    and all report. the.*Lr borne.     Mr.. Prince declares h  itito be a grand display of fruit. j is shaping to be    the greatest curie  Mr. andi Mrs. R. Waddell will leave ''of *he season, already being able to  in a few days for Victoria, where c.a11 tlle turns and keep the house full,  they contemplate spending the winter. | -The Ladies'  Auxiliary   of the Pres-  Mr. A. Fulton left for Revelstoke byterian church gave another of their  Wednesday evening to attend the Popular anniversary dinners in the  Conservative convention now in scs- j basement of the church Last evening,  sion there.;'       ! '"...*���������������������������*     j The''dinner, like all-dinners given by  If your neighbor's team is stuck in tnese ladies, was par excellence, and  the mud these days, it is not enough   the Programme    following    was also  give way to the greens of April and I drive    her    neck   and    crop  May. {Europe. ;  ' The host of friends of Mr. and Mrs. "There is something intensely -fjra-  F. R. Prince were delighted to learn jmatic in-the spectacle of the Balkan  on Sunday of the advent of a son-in" States    as     pictured   today   in The  Press late Wednesday ' evening  convey to the settlers of tho Mabel  Lake and other districts in thc railway belt, the information they have  waited long to know. Commissioner  Maber will be in this district next  week. He will make a personal investigation of the claims ' of the settlers and squatters on unopened gov- Ottawa, Oct. 22.-Premier Borden  ernment lands in the railway belt, ' drove to Rideau Hall at noon to-dav  and upon the strength of his report and formally placed iii*"the hands of  to the lands department will depend the Governor-General tbe resignation  the disposition of these lands. 0f Hon/ A.  D.    Monk  as minister  of  ������������������������������������������������������   It now remains for the syuattcrs in:  public works.      The- Prime Minister  terested   to    get    busy.   It is up. to  was in conference   with the Duke for  them to assist    Commissioner Maber  an' hour and explained the whole sit-  in every way they can to "get a true uation' to him..."   . '    . -      -  and accurate-idea'of conditions, here,.. No", announcement -as to the succes-  so that his findings will be based* up- sor of Mr.-Monk, was'made this" morn-"  on absolute fairness to all concerned., ing.and it is understoo-i that none is"  From- what   we    can  learn  of" Mr." likely-V be made-for a short time. "  Maber's attitude .in.dealing,with these-.. .-.Following -a-   conference . with." the  questions elsewhere, "we believe he ii Premier;-  "Hon.    GeoV ' Periey" moved"-  a commissioner that calls a spade 'a  across to    the   west block mi.rtook  spade,   and    one    that will not take  charge of Mr.    Monk's   oflice.'and  in  cognizance of anything that doe's not the-meantime, will be acting minister  bear the    stamp * of justice upon its   of public works:  ��������������������������� -   - '7  face.   He wants to know  real" condi-  HIGH-CLASS VARIETY  to advise him    to "hitch his wagon 'greatly enjoyed.  to a star." J    In our brief note last week on the  Alfred McTear, while drunk and dis-! visit of Mr. F. Appleton to Enderby,  orderly last Thursday, was arrested lt was stated that Mr. Appleton was  by Constable Bailey, and bad to pay at one time owner of the Columbia  ?10 and costs into the city treasury. Flouring Mills.   Old timers know this  Alderman Blanchard nnd City Clerk ,t0.be a 8tretch ������������������f the truth' altho"^  .Times, , which paper is always cautious in expressing an opinion. Tin  whole manhood of -the nation is  marching to battle, leaving behind  only women and children and old  men. The little kingdoms will soon  be temporarily half depopulated.  "Even Constantinople is desolate.  Most'of the horses and.'vehicles have  gone, pressed into service for J.he  mighty march    north.   In the streets  =thfcrTris no sound save the echo of the  footsteps of those, hurrying to the  front. The quarrels and passions between the Crescent and the Cross,  some dormant for centuries, are given  full vent to by the vehement rejection  of intervention    by    Russia, Austria,  tions, not imaginary conditions. A  few words showing real facts will be  worth a ton of- aimless argument. . | To-morrow (Friday) evening, the  . Dig up your facts, and place them Forsyth Variety Company will make  before him. Every squatter may rest its appearance in the Enderby Opera  assured that he will get a ."square-House. This combination of cle/er  deal" and a sympathetic hearing. artists consists of Miss Edith Wilma,  contralto and prima dona; Miss Vera  Mai,  charming soubrette;   Mr.   Harry-    C. Willis, comedian; Miss Ursula Fau-  The long   advertsied    Dry Farming cit,    dramatic    elocutionist;    Sfenor  Congress  was ��������������������������� opened, at, Lethbridge Eugenio Milleri,  Italy's  foremost" aeon    Monday.    The    attendance    was  cordeon player;  Hall  Sisters,  sin-ers  fully up to expectations.   There were "and dancers; and Miss Eloise  Smith,"  delegates-_f_mm____.aL_____pa_itsJ_oUNor-th^soprano. ;   DRY FARMING * CONG RES S  Aiueiman u.ancnard nnd o.ty Clerk   LInintGntiona]i   M ���������������������������     *      *i* (Germany,   England  and  France.   The  Rosoman left for Revelstoke Tuesday  _���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.. ���������������������������, .,.���������������������������     "   .PP..������������������n *aS tlie  nttu R���������������������������i_-n��������������������������� a^na .,���������������������������.,��������������������������� r���������������������������.. ���������������������������,��������������������������� ������������������...._  America, and many of the continents Lovers of refined and hi_Ji-c>a.ss van-  of t,,e world- devijle    will    no    doubt 'be -only  too  In  the exhibits of  wheat,   the  pro- glad to    avail    themselves of an op-  vince   of   Alberta    won  nearly every portunity    to    witneps    a   vaudeville  prize.   In    vegetables    the; following s.low of this    type, snid  to be equal  awards    went    to    British  Columbia to any given by tbe I.yseum circuit,  growers:  evening to attend the annual conven- ^^l 1'** nT' ^ " '""  ���������������������������tion-ofthe-Union of dT'c. MunTcV ^'"! ' ^"X^X but^^"tin^  alitics.  Miss Mowat's dancing class will  meet in K. of P. Hall to-morrow evening. The attendance has been large  this season, and the evenings most  enjoyable.  Constable Bailey is keeping a sharp  record of the   dogs domiciled in En-  rlid hc own any interest in it.  Geo. R. Sharpe won first prize at  the Armstrong fair on his driving  mare. He also won the special for  the    best    single _ turn-out. Mrs.  Sharpe was successful in carrying ofl  nineteen prizes on her fancy work,  most of them first prizes, and also  derby. He gets $2 a head for the won the special of ?5 in goods given  city treasury, and has collected $110 . ])y Timberlake & Son,' for the great-  for the year. *est number of prizes.     In the poultry  There will be served the genuine old 'division Mr. Smedley won a ?5 special  fashioned pumpkin pies and other for the best pen of Minorcas, in ad-  good things at the Hallowe'en Social |dition to carrying off all the regular  in K. of P. Hall, on the evening 0f ("prizes.  October 31st. Prepare  There are  many  people who travel  Mr. and Mrs.    Walter Robinson returned from   the    Coast on  Sunday.  through  life  ten  minutes  late.   They jMr- Robinson was very successful at  evidently were born ,on slow schedule." jNew Westminster    Fair in connection  make "of  Go to any theatre, church or cowert ! with the exhibit taken down by him  and you will see them straggling in representative of the district. I-Ie re-  after the performance has begim i Ports having won third place in the  Rev. T. Albert Moore D. D., general j prizes given, and his exhibit lacked  secretary of Temperance and Moral b*oth peaches and grapes. The judges  reform of the Methodist Church, will declared the apples from Enderby  visit Enderby and address a meeting I (most of which came from the orch-  In order to aid settlers, the provin-  -----   - ��������������������������� "���������������������������  b|- --        -~������������������"  i-c-uiur cial    government    announces  that in  in the Methodist Church on Thursday   ard of Mr. Geo. R. Lawes),  were the! future free grants of stumping powder  rurnn'inir     dnr      'llcl-        TM, ���������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������i,i!.   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   :_        fin oaf _fl r, ir^i-ofl     ,.f       _������������������..     _ _     ___,.���������������������������.  .���������������������������_..���������������������������."..       ...:ll     1. -        .1 _        , .,  little Balkan states have for the first  time-in-centuries,- declared themselves  strong enough to decide their own future by the sword.   It is with such a  picture    as   this    presented    by The  Times that we   get a glimpse of the  intensity 0f the conflict that is about  to develop.   It will be unprecedented  for desperate fighting"and bloodshed.  "Thc   first    photographs    from the  fighting front arrived in London last  night.   They show many sidelights on  conditions.     All the combatants are  too poor and too indifferent to make  adequate arrangements for alleviating  the suffering of the sick and wounded.  The pictures are pitiable, and it is to  be feared that    they arc .only a foretaste of what will come hereafter. In  most of the    states the people have  thought    much    about rifles and  the  cartridges,    and  they have  given little    heed    tc such things as  doctors and nurses."  1     Field  pens,    single���������������������������Third  prize,  F.  Bernard, Notch Hill.  T "Celery���������������������������First," "A7 ~ Buckley," "Arm-  AN ELGIN WATCH .MAN  "Chas." "E." Forrester,'"of  Elgin7 111.,  strong; second,  .J. D.  Nicholson, Sal-   visited  his brother,   Ed., of Enderby,  mon Arm.  . Cucumbers���������������������������Second, A. Buckley,  Armstrong.  Alnngels���������������������������First, F. Newberry, Nanaimo; ^.second, .J. E. Van, Salmon  Arm; third, A. Buckley, Armstrong.  ! Table Carrots���������������������������Second, J. A. Richards, Salmon Arm.  ; Stock carrots���������������������������First, .7. Crans, Salmon Arm; second, I). Graham, Arm-'  strong;'third, A. Buckley, Armstrong.  j Marrows���������������������������Third, J. U. Nicholson,  Salmon Arm.  Early  potatoes���������������������������First,   D.   Graham  Armstrong.  i Late potatoes���������������������������First, D. Matheson  Armstrong; second, A. Buckley, Arm  strong.  I the past week, spending a few days  here.      Mr.   Forrester is  on  the  mc-  jchanical staff of the Elgin Watch  Works, where they produce 3000 ime  pieces in    a   day,    and employ 3,.-IOO  j people, the payroll being .fl 80,000 per  month.  ! A public' Thanksgiving Service, in  ���������������������������which  all    the    churches are  uniting,  will be held   in   thc Opera House on  Monday, Thanksgiving Day, at 11  t o'clock.   The help of any who can as-  sist in the singing will l,e appreciated  j by the committee ". in charge.- An  ���������������������������offering will be taken, and, after paying the small expense of the meeting,  ithc balance will    go  to the hospitals  of th'e town.  AN EXCELLENT SHOW  FREE STUMPING POWDER  Householders   and    license    holder-.,  (other than property owners) who desire to vote at the election of Mayor  Aldermen     in    January    next,  evening, Oct. 31st  vited to attend.  The public are in-  finest-flavored  of    any on  exhibition,  and the coloring was perfect.  will be   made  clearing land.  A    performance    of      F.    Stewart  i White's   Pierrots,    the   "Versatiles,'  ���������������������������     i.'  jwas given in   the    Opera House last; and ..     ^     ,  evening.   These clever comedians end should take note of the fact that in  comediennes    were   not greeted by as accordance with  the law of the Pro-  large an  audience   as  they  deserved, vince it    is    necessary    for   them  to  to    those engaged  in   The    performance,    nevertheless,   was register at the    City Hull before the  of thc   first    rank,   and was heartily end of the   present   month. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKEK'S WEEKLY  Thursday, October 24, 1912  Choice  Candies  What is nicer these long* wet  evenings than a good book in  a cozy corner with a box of  choice candies  within  reach?  <;.;���������������������������; t -,.���������������������������.$.:.y,y,y.<$y.yiG,^.$.<$/$.������������������Q>������������������  A big line ol good books  bv the best authors. The  very thing to brighten the  long evenings at home,  and in the camps.  2Cc Each;    3 books   50c  A. REEVES  ! ENDERBY PRESS  ���������������������������Published  every   Thursdav ;it   Ender.hv, B.C. at  | $2 pit year, by the Walker. Press.  , Advertising' Kates;   Transient. 50c an inch first  j    insertion. 2">e each  siibseiiuent insertion.   Contract advertising. SI. an inoh tier month.  Lwal Notices:   12l a line first insertion;-$c a line  eacli Kiibseiiueni insertion.  Headiny N'atici's and Loeals; 1!>e a line.  X OCTOBER 24.  1912 "     -  OctohQiXmfm  IT���������������������������'  6  MM  I  0  13114415  ^!  3114  .i6���������������������������!7[ia  i=___l__-=_  ^5l  5  \9\  26  i Monday morning, A. Fulton was elec-!  ted a delegate to the Provincial'con- ,  vention to  be  held  at  Revelstoke on ���������������������������  Thursday  and    Friday  of  this  week. '  Everything  thus   far    points  to   this;  convention   eclipsing    every previous  I gathering of the kind,  both in point:  ;of attendance    and    business  accom-j  plished.   The convention will sit two!  ! whole days. Sir Richard MC13rkle and '  i a number    of   his   colleagues of the '  Provincial   cabinet   will   attend    the |  convention and deliver speeches upon *  I   bases of the organization's work in ',  the province. :  Bank of Montreal  Established  1817  Capital, $16,000,000 Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. O. M. G.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, Sir Edward Clouston, Bart.  General Manager, H.V.Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW  YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed  at current rates.  Interest credited 30th  June and 31st December.  l.NDERBY BRANCH A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  fiitrst  Druggist & Stationer  Enderby  SECRET' SOCIETIES^  "A.R&A.M.  The first number of the En-,  i derby Board   of Trade Journal!  j has made its appearance and is |  ! in every respect a creditable pro- [  ��������������������������� duction, calculated to do much to  j advertise and advance the inter-  ' Ben Brundish Ends His Life j ests of the flourishing town in  |   I the northern end of the Okana-  j For the past icw years the friends .' gall. It IS to be a bi-monthly  of Benjam'in Brundish, and he had j production, and if Succeeding is-  many, have been alarmed now and ! sues touch as high a point as the  then by the peculiar tendency of Mr. I initial number  it   should   give   a  Brundish to suddenly disappear with-j service of incalculable vahie, and  out letting anyone  know he was go-: \vcll justify   the   enterprise   of  ing. He frequently found himself in ' those who are responsible for its  cities some distance away, and nr-vcv ', birth.���������������������������Vernon News.  could recall how he got there, nor on   what mission he was bent. These | Householders and license holders  strange disappearance have caused no , (other than property owners) who de-  inconvenience to anyone, and no seri- j sire to vote at the election of Mayor  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Pacify Murphy shook tlie snow of Sandon  off his feet' ne 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 Ledffo.)  '���������������������������Vi larhy   r_.'ij.e     No.   -10 . ,       . , .  jeh'ulur    meetings    first, ous  conveniences    have  come  out of iand     Aldermen     in    January    next,  Tl.tirwJay on  or after  the   ,,,������������������������������������������������������ A,,.     ._ ,i;���������������������������,    ,,���������������������������,,   ,,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������' sholll(]   take   notc   of   the   fact   {hili  tbem.  in  anything rash,  nor to  accordance  with  the law of the Pro-  SUTCLI1-TE  W. M.  fun .noon at s ���������������������������. m. inO.H-.Llie111*     -Mr- brundish never had been  f.'ll.m-p   H.-tii.      vwtiiiK  known  to do  bi-i'tlircn cordially invited. ���������������������������    . .  disturb    the    tranquility   of anyone. ; vince it    is    necessary    for   them to  .���������������������������-. II. harnks  j-ie was   gentile    and kind    in all his. register at the    City Hall before the  Jjecieiarv : .  dealings,  sober and  industrious,  and:end of the   present   month. .. Tnis is  King Edward Hotel,  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  ,���������������������������I. 0.0. F.  ���������������������������^SiSi^   Kureka Lodjje. No. 50  t,Uotn <-���������������������������;<. ry Ttfcsr*,..- evening at S o'clock, in I. O.  0  F. h .11,  Metcalf  block.    Visiting  brothers al-  w.-y.s    welcome-. WM. DUNCAN. N. 0.  CKO. MSLLAMY. V. G.  '   K. E. WUKEI.KK. Soc'y.  J. 15. GAYLOKD. Trc-iis.  r^s  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 3.-), IC. of I'.  Meets every Monday eveniriK  in- K. of V. Hall.    Visitors cordially invited loattend:  G. G.CAMPKELL.CC.  C. E.STRICKLAND, K.K.S.  T. E. I.O I) IE. M.F.  Hall suitable fo r; >'v: ;rts, D uices and all public  -unlerliiinri.i-iilb. - For i.-ites, etc., address,  -"       ���������������������������- ���������������������������  . "- "T.-E. ROmE; Enderby  PJROFESSfONAL  ���������������������������T|1NIJERJY   COTTAGE  J-IOSPITAJ  MISS WARWICK. Proprietress  Mau'i niiy Fees, ������������������20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illnese, $2.50 per day.  ENDERB Y. 11. C.  P.  WV CHAPMAN  Vi.-ius nr receive-s pupil.-; f ir Piano, Orixnn, Violin,  Sinsdntf and Theory of Music, Etc.  Address. P. O. Hox ... Enderby.  w  ALTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER  A ..Teeiieiils of Sale.    Deeds &. M.irtuatfes.  Docu-  in ��������������������������� in V/itiiUii-si-1.    Loans Negotiated  O li.-e: P.l< in & Ki'jinson.  next  door Fulton's   the   back   of  wt'st. Enderby. H. C.  G.  L. WILLIAMS  D.iininion and  I'rovinci.-il Land .Surveyor  -BmzTyBmcir^  R. Ii. W.  'BiVDE-RBYTBrO:  D  KEITH,  ntii.  OHir.-hours:    I-'nrisnoon,  !) In 10:!|l|  Afternoon, I! to 'l  Evening, fr.'.W to 7:110  Sunday, by appointment  C.r. (fliir and G.mw.S'Ih. ENDEUHY  POLITICAL  "P'NTiKRMY'' CONS'liRVATIVE  u ASSOCIATION  .). I.. RUTTAN,       A. F. GROSSMAN  I'ri-siilfiit. Secretary,  CUCIK'H OK  EXGLAND (St.Geoi*KC)  .Sunday Serviccs���������������������������S a.m., Holy Communion;   11    a.m.,    .Morning   J'rayer;  ~:'hl p.m.,  Kvening Prayer.  REV. M.  IV HILTON',  Vicar.  EN'lJEIiUV  METHODIST   CHURCH  ultra-religious  For sr me months past he had been  rooming in the home of Mr and Mrs.  A. Paul, where every consideration  was shown him. Mr. Brundish was  plasterer and cement-work contractor  and for the past year business has  been exceptionally good. He did not  have any business troubles, nor any  serious trouble of any other nature  that anyone knew anything about.  All last week he worked at his trade.  Friday evening he seemed to be in his  normal frame'of mind, and retired 'as.  usual.  Mrs. Paul has been visiting friends  for some time, , and fortunately was  absent     from    the    home    Saturday  morning.      .Shortly   after    6 o'clock  Mr. Paul heard Mr. Brundish get out  of bed  and go down stairs.   He was  out of the house five 0r ten minutes,  when  he    returned    to his  room.   By  this time Mr.  Paul   was lighting  the  lire clown stairs.     Suddenly he heard  something   fall    to    the floor in  the  room  above,    but  heard  no  gunshot.  He  hurried  up    stairs.   The  door  to  the    bedroom   occupied    by Brundish  was    wide    open.   The   "sight    which  greeted  him    on    entering  the  room  was horrifying.   Upon   the  floor,  with  the   head and  forehead  blown entirely away, lay the body of  his friend, with a shotgun at his feet.  Constable Bailey    was  immediately  sent for,  and, after looking upon  thei  scene,  he notiliecl  Dr.  Morris,  coroner  "of  the    District,    who came  up  fram  Veroon that afternoon.  After making j  examination of the body nnd the stir- j  roundings, Dr. Morris concluded there |  was no need of an inquest. .'  Jt    appears    that    the  unfortunate  young man    must    have realised   on  awakening    in    thc   morning that he :  was losing his snnity, and, on return- .  ing -from-the- hack yard on  his "way".  Lo his   room,    snatched   Lhc shotgun *  from the corner in thi' room  through '  which    he    passed,, and   two   loaded  shells  from    the    shelf near at hand,  ffc used only one of these shells.   The \  other was found  in his pocket.     Thc :  muzzle of the   gun    must,  have been <  placed at the    back  of  the head  just  at the ba.se of    the    skull.   The .'ace  was not shattered  in Lhc least.  A  brother of Lhe deceased  living in '  l  necessary in all cases, notwithstanding that they may have registered  last year.  Deer Park Fruit Land  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  1 If  you   want -to  buy land, see me.  My nnw  booklet descriptive of the Mara DU-  Mictis now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  E.derneli Orchard, Mara, B. C.  E NDERB Y  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on tbe benches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are in splendid condition for planting.        -. .���������������������������  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and   will   give instruction to -  purchasers free of charge, or orchar.     ������������������������������������������������������vill be   planted   and.cared 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.  " Appiy to��������������������������� '*  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Doer.Park .Land Office, Enderby.  Get Ready for Winter  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuilding's  .\  Here are   some   specials in lumber   while they last  ;No. 3 Boards, per thousand ....? 4.00 No.  JNo. 4 Flooring, Dp. Sdg & Ceil 12.00 No.  No.   2  Lath   '..     2.00  2 Dimension,  3 Bev.   Cedar  Siding.  12.00  15.00  3x4  No. 1  &2  Shiplap     14.00  These are good values,and you will be pleased with them.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  ���������������������������$*4*-$<*><^<^<S;4*<������������������'J-^ <  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed .& Salc.Stablcs.g.j  ENDERBY, B. C. t\  AND DRESSMAKING  Mrs. P. Rosoman and Mrs. H. Gildemeester beg to announce that in a  few days they will open a Ladies' Tailoring and Dressmaking Parlor in  the building next to J. W. Evans & Son, formerly the ice cream parlor,  on CM IT street.  Ladies' and Gentlemen's suit pressing and repairing a specialty.  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  Winnipeg was notified, and arrived in  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  ��������������������������� l.pworth  League;    Thursday,  8  p.m.,  J'rayer ..Meeting,   A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  RIOV. -j. G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St.  Andrews  Sunday   Services���������������������������.11. a.m.  and  7:30  p.m.;   Y.KS.C.E.,  Monday,   7:30  p.m.  REV.   I).   CAMPBELL,  Pastor.  FIRST  BAPTTST  CHURCH  Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  10 a.m.;   regular    service,  3:30  p.m.;  Prayer service,   Wednesday,  7:30  p.m. ���������������������������  REV. B. (}.  STEWART, Pastor.  I-biderby Tuesday morning. The funeral service was held Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist Church, 0f  which Mr. Brundish was an earnest  adherent.  TIkj shocking affair cast a gloom  over the community. Friends, acquaintances and all forget the deed,  and the horror 0f it, and remember  only the kind, considerate, gentlemanly worker and friend, Ben Brundish.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dra.yin.g- of all kinds.  Comfortable ancl Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in  vited to'give us a trial.  <���������������������������  t  **>>  JAMES MOWAT  I Fire, Life. Accident  KfcAL fcS'l'A'I'l-  Hay Land  REAL ESTATE  Fruit  Land  Town Lot*  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  Thu I'/iociiix Immui'iiiiccCm. of London.  L m 1 jn-Liiic.-Mhit-u Kirc Insurance Co.  Koyal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  HELL BLOCK,   ENDEKBY  CO NS EI. VA TI V l_ CON V ENTIO N  At a meeting of the executive of the  Enderby Conservative Association on  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 j  ta, and   are   killed   and cut strictl  FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, sol  can give you the best price possible.  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C. J  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  Send in your subscription to the Press  i  ".VI  i-l  1 Thursday, October 24. 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Horse Show at Armstrong Fair  Said to be Finest Ever Held Here  The twelfth  Annual  Exhibtion  held  under the auspices of the Armstrong  and    Spallumcheen    Agricultural  Society,  was opened last Wednesday by  the  Hon.    Price   Ellison,  Minister of  Agriculture.     Thc Exhibition was in  every reepect well worthy of the good  name of Armstrong   and the  Valley.  In  fruits   and    vegetables,   the show  was the best yet, and in live stock-  particularly  horses���������������������������the  entries   were  the best ever   seen in the Okanagan.  Horsemen    showing   there    won    the  warmest praise for the excellent manner in which    they had their animals  groomed   and    decorated.   Old  horse  followers,' who    have  attended  every  horse show    exhibited in the Valley,  freely  declared    that  they  had.never  had the pleasure   of seeing as fine a  bunch of horses as were there shown,  at any exhibition held in the Interior.'  The   blooded    horses  owned   by  the  Stepney Farm,   R.  Waddell and   Jas.  Bell,    have    already  worked   wonders  . in bring up the standard of the draft  horses in the Northern Okanagan, and  this is most noticeable when the offspring   of  these  stallions  and   brood  mares are   brought  together as  they  were at    Armstrong.      Thc competition this year in horseflesh was more l  keen than has ever been known here,  and to win first in any class of >iorses ,  meant that the animal had to -be on  hand with the goods.  In last week's exhibit, R. Waddell's ;  Clydesdale  stallion,    Pride  of Drum-  biirle,  won  first    in the grand  championship,   and    Jas.   Bell's  handsome  Percheron  stallion  took  second.   The  Stepney Farm stallion,'Marcellus Jr.,  which carried oil the grand championship prize at Vernon last week,  won  second at Armstrong, in heavy, draft.  The Pride of Drumburle has improved  greatly under the management of Mr.  Waddell.     He is a lighter horse than  Marcellus     Jr.,    the     Stepney  Farm  .horse,  but a very fine appearing animal.-       The    Stepney    Farm   stables  ^entered-eleven animals} and ten of the  bunch  came.home    with   ribb.ons.   In'  addition  to  these    direct wins,   there  were five yearlings on exhibition that,  were    sired '-by- Marcellus, "and'they  won  five,  straight    firsts;  four sucklings  by    Marcellus,    and   they,   too,  won  four straight firsts.  Jas. Bell's stables were almost as  successful in- the Percheron class. He  won second  in    sweepstake stallions;  '1st on    Percheron    stallion;    1st   on  heavy draft team; lst ou heavy draft  mares; lst and 2nd on brood mares.  In poultry, there were but three of  Enderby's  fanciers exhibiting.   H.  E.  Waby  won lst on  S.   C.  Brown  Leghorn cock,    and    1st on  ben, 2nd  on  cockerel,  2nd    on  pullet,  and  3rd  on  pen.   G. H. Smedley won 1st on S.C.  Black Minorca cockerel, also 2nd; 1st  and 2nd    on    pullet, 1st and  2nd  on  hen, and 2nd  on pen; in R.  C. Black  Minorcas,    Mr.    Smedley won lst on  cock,   1st  and  2nd  hen,  1st  cockerel,  and  1st and    2nd    pullet.   Mr.  Waby  also won 1st, 2nd and 3rd on Barred  Rock hen, 3rd    on pullet, and 3rd on  pen.  J. W. Evans won lst on White Wyandotte cock, 1st, 2nd and 3rd, on  hen, and lst on pullet."  In his opening remarks on the fair,  Hon. Price Ellison said he found the  (exhibits to be   the    best he had yet  seen,    and    congratulated   those  who  jwere energetic   enough to put up the  exhibits upon their success.  Mr.  Ellison took advantage of the  opportunity    to    give    tho fruit  and  produce shippers something  to think  about    in    the    matter    of markets.  Speaking  of   .the    market conditions  this year, he said he was indeed scrry  that  they   were    not    the  b.est,   but  hoped that the farmers would not be-  jcome discouraged,"as the present con-  ; gested condition was not the fault of  * over-production but of lack of organization among the growers, and would  ; ultimately right itself.      The market  at the Coast    cannot be supplied  by  the Okanagan for the reason tbat the  i Okanagan'   cannot grow" sufficient  to  supply  that market.   Upon  asking a  ,Coast  wholesaler why-there  was  not  more    Okanagan    fruit    sold  at   the  .'Coast,  Mr.   Ellison    stated  that  the  gentleman   had   said that it was up  to the Okanagan.producers-and shippers to get busy   and go after that  market.   The prices were good at any  ,time for a good article and the" Coast  (dealer   preferred .to .buy.,  from  the  .home grower.     He would  advise the  fruit" growers to leave their fruit at  ISSEigSg-Jci-iMgB^^  $3*������������������$25  Furnaces, Cook Stoves & Ranges  Our stock is complete.    Let us quote you prices on a furnace system for   your home   C.t.n*int4fi,ar. cu  We carry a full line  of Roofings, Building Papers, Builders  Hardware, Harness  & Plumbing Goods.  If there.is. anything you want in  Hardware you can depend on getting it from us.'  Fulton Hardware Co. Ltd., Enderby.  n  J.ome   when    they' came into unfair  j competition"with"the American  ship  pers.   "Store    your    fruit,"  said  he,  "the    bank '--.will   carry  you  till  the  prices are better, and if it won't get  one that will.'"'  "Hold together anl get your price"  was^the keynote of Mr. Ellison's remarks. It is a foolish policy to  flood the market and cut prices. Or-  ganize and command a fair price.  Above all, Mr. Ellison admonished  his hearers to have faith in their _wn  district. Although he considered the  show an excellent one, yet he thought  there was a great lack of interest,  nnd ,the exhibition could have been  made much better than it was. '  ACCIDENTALLY KILLED  w.  Real.Estate, Insurance, Etc.  Post Office Block, Enderby  A'large listing River Front Lands in small acreage���������������������������close to town.  On monthly payment system.  20 acres Bench Lands, excellent for fruit; Price, 41,500  14 acres Fruit and Hay Land, with building, for $1,250,. on terms .  I have the largest list'ng of fruit and farming lands to be  =hadHn=-the-Nort-herjrOkanagan:       Intentlinl^bu^fTWoulclilolveir  to call and see'my listing before securing elsewhere.  An Opportunity for a  Reliable Man in   Enderby  "���������������������������    ������������������. ���������������������������  We have some gilt-edged original prairie Townsites,-(not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDhlHBY as soon tis Ave complete ar  rangements 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 profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO  Last Thursday    morning about ten  o'clock   Ward    Reid took his gun���������������������������a  22. calibre���������������������������and " went - "off. for .a few-  hours'  hunting'alone.". Failing "to return at noon did not alarm his parents, as he very often spent part of  the  day    with ' neighbors.   The  idea  that an accident'   may have occurred  never crossed ,/their minds, and -it was  only when the-   body of the poor boy  was found,   .about   4:30  p.  m.,  by  a  neighbor and friend, Mr. R. H. Davis,  that anything was known to be amiss  Mr.    Davis   was   driving along the  road near Jas. Grinton's and noticed  a body lying prostrate about twenty  yards from the road in a side road.  -Mr. Davis found the body .to be that  of the poor boy.   Hastening away to  the nearest 'phone, he called Dr. Van  Kleeck, who - at    once rushed out to  the scene   to    render any assistance  that might be possible.     In the mean  time    the   mother. had    been    made  aware of the sad calamity which had  befallen  the family.   The news spred  rapidly in town, and the father, who  "Ws^t^hif^duties    on  the  OounciT  Board at the time, hurried home.   On  examining    the   dead body,  Dr.  Van  Kleeck found that the young man had  been dead three or four hours.   Word  was sent at once to Coroner Morris,  of Vernon,    who   came   up next day  and  an   inquest   was held,  the coroner's jury bringing in a verdict of accidental - death.���������������������������Armstrong-��������������������������� Advertiser.  j ENGLAND'S UNEMPLOYED  1    Under the presidency of Hon.   Geo.  E. Foster, the Royal Commission on  the Natural Resources of the Empire  is still    hearing    evidence in London  regarding immigration.     Col.'Lamb,  of the Salvation Army, said England  had a standing army of half a million  partially    unemployed    people..       Of  ,these, twenty thousand could advant-  :ageously be    sent    as immigrants to  | the Dominions right away.   Replying  jto the suggestion that British industries" might suffer-if a "permanent surplus'    of   labor    were' not available,  ..Col. Lanib-declared-tliat it "says little"  for  the -; organizing  and  brain' power  oj-the. community if tens of thousands  have to be kept in a state of underemployment for the sake of the-country's industries.  departing Events  Cast Shadoivs Behind  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C  Contractors & Builders  First-class Cabinet Work  nnd   Picture Framing.  Undertaking- Parlors in connection.  Next to City Hall.  The man who can't think will not allow anyone else to if he can help it. -  Photographer- James has put out  some very good work since opening  bis studio in Enderby. He is. open  for any order in general photography  land is also prepared to handle the  ! developing for- amateurs on short  notice. -    :"**  '���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  Maundrell & Robinson  LICENSED  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������  7TOUTIO N E ER S  Provincial and City License  I  I  I   Let us put money in your pocket-by selling that     1  t which you do not want" |  1   Walter Robinson ' A. E. Maundre.11    ���������������������������  Clerk  A. E. Maundrell  Auctioneer a  Latest improved non-fragile Tungsten Lamps in all sizes for sale by  H. G. Mann, electrical contractor.  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'  Send  in your subscription to the Press  UPPWP  B9������������������'  ffl  mmw*  m  K>v������������������.V������������������.  ~*?>rr -m  wt&n  Money makes Money  Your money will work while you  sleep If loaned at good Interost,  and you can find safe and satisfactory borrowers by placing a  money-to-loan ad. In our Classified Want columns. A first  mortgage Is as safe as a bank  and the Interest Is twice as big.  ?s������������������Aan9  "LTERE is an oil-burning "lamp which produces a flood of  * ���������������������������* pure, w'.ite light���������������������������more brilliant than gas or electricity  ���������������������������yet wonderfully mellow and easy on the eyes. It is simple  and safe, clean and noiseless, does not fill the room with obnoxious, unhealthful odors.  To have a better lighted home, with an  Aladdin Mantle Lamp  will actually cost you nothing.   It will pay for itself in thc oil it saves.   1 am  the agent for the Mantle Lamp Company of America and am telling you what I  know to be absolmc facts.    Professor Rogers, of Lcwislnstitutc, Chicago, made  a comparative test of all the leading oil-burning lamps on the market���������������������������an I the  Aladdin was found to give thc l>e.t light and thc most economical to use. But you-  don't need to accept these strong statements on my word only.   All I a.k ia the opportunity to m-.ve  them at my own risk.   1 will bc glad to let you  TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You &uy  I furnish Table, Bracket, Hanging, Wall and Ch������������������ndclicr types of lamps���������������������������in fact Aladdin Lamps for every  purpose. Just dropmca post card and simply say you arc interested. I'll bc glad to brim'an A'aJdin Lamp to  show you ind Irave in your home to use a nicht or two, cntirclr without obligation.   Mail tite card today.  BERNARD ROSOMAN,  Agent,  rnl    _r ' Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  Ihc Mantle T.fimt) Co. <������������������f America, Chicago,   Portland,    Dallas,   Watcrbtiry,  Montreal and Winnipeg.  mmnD.w- I'J  lib. ENDK1RBY, PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday," October 24, 1912  ><>i>*nn������������������v" >������������������������������������������������������tf������������������'n'������������������i  .AUCTION'. SAL I.  OF   SHRKP  Thc. auction *ale of rams and ewes-  under tht' auspices .if the Live Stock  Hrarii'h ^f the Dominion Department  ,iif .'..-I Zr. Mure and the Dominion  Shf* > :'.':. i-.I"i*s' Associati.jii, was con-  .!:,(���������������������������!i-.l at tht1 fair t_founds, Vernon,  Sai*".*>!ay. :i week auo. Xo one pur-  rha.-*er w;1s al!**.*.-;'.! to htiy over fifty  hc*i.!. Xo tlillii'iilty was experience.1  in sfC'Cin:.- liiiycr.-' for Lhe -IM ewes  ;i:;T tinder the haiivnii'i*. It appeared.  :i I'.s.-vn-r, say.-1 the Vernon News, that  ;!a' supply was sliirhtly larger than  the demand i.n this occasion, as,  while the first pen started at $5 a  hPa i. towards the end of the sale thc  a-"entire price ran about ���������������������������>G.25. Several buyers present bought to the  limit. A erreat deal of discrimina-  ti..;ji was displayed hy the buyers  when it came to the sale of rams.  These .Mr. Trapp explained were pure  bred, and thc registration papers  went with them, supplied free by the  government. The long wooled breeds  were not popular and buying was  slow til! the Oxfords were reached.  .Leicester rams starte.l at SI0, the  tirst of which was bought by J. W.  Haywood ior ?->fi, and tbey ranged  hetweon that price and ST. -Lincoln  rams brought Si 9, $12 and ?S; Horn  Dorsets SiO, ?7 and $S; Sullolks $1G;  Hampshires ?5 tu SIC; Oxfords $47 to  S3!.. A S )!*th.lown, declared by an  expert to be a model, fetched T22.  There was a srreat deal of demand for  .Shropshire*, which each fetched easily 430. ' i  *2fe>  1  ". e  ji, _,{.  . Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates;  furnished |  "Dealer in Windows; Doors, Turn-!  ings   and- all "factory   work.!  Rubbei-oid    Roofiing, , Screen }  Doors and Windows.   Glass cut!  :-to any size. j  ", We reoresenfc S.C.Smith Co��������������������������� of j  We have an extra Choice Selection  this year. We. 'wish our friends  and patrons would make their selections early. We want to give  you the best possible service in  your Christmas printing. Early  orders will receive our first attention. Come in .and look over the  fine lot just received.  THE WALKER PRESS  Vernon.  Enderby  \.   ^^"Xtz '?.:*? X7X*>\ ������������������������������������������������������/  SKALIOD TICXDKRU addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender I'or Wharf at Seymour Arm, 1U.V  will be received at. this ollice until -1  p.m., on Tuesday, October 2!), 1912,  for the construction of a IMlc Dent  Wharf at Seymour Arm, District of  Cariboo,  II. O.  I'lans, specification and form of  contract can be seen and forms of  tender obtained at '.his Department  and at the olliccs of 0. C. Worsfold,  I.sq., District l.nginccr, New Westminster, 1..0., V. W. Aylmer, Msq...  District Wnginccr, Chase, B.C., and  on application to the Postmaster at  Seymour Arm, 13. C.  Persons tendering** arc notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed [..mis supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, statin;;* their occupations and  places of residence. Tn thc case of  linns the actual signature, the nature  of the occupation, and place of residence of each member of thc linn  must be given.  Bach tender must bc accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank payable to the order of tlie  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to ten per cent (LO p.c.)  of the amount of the tender, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted thc cheque  will be returned,  The Department does not bind itself  to accept thc lowest or any tender.  Bv order,  R. 0. DESnOOT-IBRS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, September 27, 3 912.  Newspapers will not bc paid for  this advertisement if they insert it  without authority from the Department.���������������������������27D5S.  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.  Knderby"; B.  C.  73he Edison  'BlueAmberoil Record'  tMVKItniMMnMUJWVM'pW  It is practically unbreakable.  Jt will last forever.  For Sale in NOVEMBER.  'Vibrating- Shuttle'  Sewing Machine  Just the thing for a Christmas Present for  Wife or Mother.   On sale in NOVEMBER  Everything Needed for the  Sewing Machine  Pianos/Organs, Edison Phonographs, Victor Talking Machines from $20 up, Disc Records from  75c to $7.50; over 500 to choose from.      Everything worth while m MUSIC  DERBY MUSIC STORE  J. E. CRANE, Agent  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������SMMgM-ffl*^ &  A  I  Thursday, October 24, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ,v*  55X.;  v.W  %  KW.IP-'^J.V.^Y'^V.*  '���������������������������/  Graphic Account of the Struggle"  Between Earl Jr. and Evelyn W.  INSPECTION  OF FRUIT  j In the Horse Review, published at  j Chicago, the following report appeared in the issue .of October 9th, of  'the titanic struggle for pacing supremacy   between   Earl    Jr..   p.  h  "-Ross K. flew away in the lead the  second heat, Earl Jr. trailing and  Evelyn third. The pacemaker held on  as long as he could, but weakened at  the    seven-eighths   maiVflS tiarl jr  AT      ,   , . '    " ���������������������������  i1-   ������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������    ot--vi-'������������������-eign*cns   mark  as  Eti-i   TV  Xyxr:"s ri���������������������������i������������������'.~ rv*zy *-���������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������r.������������������;  jand Evelyn W.,   the champion pacing  j mare of the Grand Circuit:  Oct. 3.���������������������������Evelyn W. and Earl Jr.,  J bad another one of their titanic  j struggles to-day, with the result in  j doubt until the finish of the last  j heat���������������������������and of course a bunch of worlds  ; records went glimmering. Dan Hopkins, the-Detroit teamster, known to  be a master of the art of sculling a  hobbled pacer, was on hand to try  his skill with Earl Jr., on which account the partisans of both the stal  brushed.   She  fairly  dashctl  by Ross  and ma-de a hard try at Earl, but the  stallion won by half a length in 2 03.->  Wing   the   easier   of the two at the  end.   Hardly had the field gotten under way the   third heat when Evelyn  went to a break    and Earl Jr. Wcnt  to the lead.     He just rambled aion���������������������������  the   entire   mile.  .Tom Murphy tried  with Sir R.,, but a break at the long  distance    stand   put him out of the  contest and Earl    won the heat perceptibly,   eased up    from the "flag in  YOU need  not worry about how or  where you are going "to get the clothes  you would best like to wear this Fall.  You need not trouble yourself as to the many  little niceties you will demand i��������������������������� that new suit or overcoat.- The FIT-RITE designers have anticipated  your requirements and have fully provided for them.  linn    -.���������������������������,i    ������������������u- ���������������������������        up    "om tne nag   n  hon    and    the. mare   wagered   their  The time was 2.0H   a redurtJ  monev in hiinrtw      pi,������������������ ...<-...������������������������������������������������������..  .    .. -' a -^notion of a  ii^,^H������������������$R������������������ysi  You never saw any clothes before that possessed half  the.mcrit of the new FIT-RITE garments we-are riow  snowing.  Every item of their makin* reflects perfect care and  faultless.taste. . .And. the-clothcs you will-like best are  ready���������������������������waiting for you to put right on.  Rcmcmbcr-you ard assured of the" last word'in style  and fitting qualities in FIT-RITE.  J.   W. EVANS  &  SON,  Exclusive Agents, Enderby :  money in bundles.* The huttine saw  numerous shifts,' but to start'with  Evelyn sold for $50 to $30 for the  field, with Earl and Independence Boy  the only hopes .of the field takers���������������������������but  as it turned out, Sir R. was a big  factor in the battle  second in his record- and he could n0  doubt have been driven out in 2.01  had it been necessary. The case with  which he handled Evelyn in this heat  During  the  past    summer  the fruit  inspection  service  of the   Department  of Agriculture was extended and completely    re-organized  by Hon. Martin  Burrell.       The    result has been seen  this fall in the most efficient fruit inspection    Canada    has ever had.   At  the   last    Dominion    Fruit Growers'  conferences    great stress was laid on  the importance of the proper grading  and marketing of fruit and  the ���������������������������eod  for more extended    inspection,   especially at points   0f shipment, and of  fruit  coming    in    from    the    United  States.     As far as possible the ideas  of the fruit    growers   have been followed in the reorganization.  The country has been divided into  five inspectoral districts as follows:  Maritime Provinces, Quebec and Eastern Ontario, Western Ontario,  Prairie Provinces and British CoIl...-  bia. In addition to the five chief  inspectors, fifteen temporary insuect-  ors have been added to tbe staff.*  In the past    .���������������������������,��������������������������� ���������������������������col. . Canadian export fruit  made him look,  like    a sure winner |^aS  been closely inspected,   with  the  now, and it seemed that another Can- |reSUlt  "Eveiyn d tte-polei  Tnflflpon|1.  the money   ���������������������������J -    -a ur.    as  iCe  Bnv  SP.r-.r\nrl    TT.wl   iu;,.,i    i_    ..       en-      ^     .        _   ._ u     "^   WJA   at  ence Boy second, Earl third, Ross K.  and Sir R. making up the clums c.n  toe outside.       Evelyn and Earl went  away flying,  with   Independence  R0y  back two lengths in third place. They  reached  the   quarter in .31,  and less  I than a sixteenth of a mile further on  'Independence Boy broke and  swerved  lout,  stopping   within    a few strides.  jEarl hung   to    Evelyn  to tbe scven-  I eighths    and   she    then, drew  away,  [ holding him   very    easy    by a good  j length at   the   end, though Hopkins  | drove    him    out    to  the limit.   The  I time was 2.01 J.     Attention was then  j turned to Independence Boy, wh.o was  -( standing-not    far   from the" quarter  ���������������������������pole on"the back stretch, and seemed'  ; campletely-broken down.'-'He Vas u"n-  jhitched-"' at -once ."and-  examination  j showed, that the ��������������������������� small" bones in-the  , coffin joint   were   fractured. .The im  !jury  was - very,   painful, and  the  big  lustrous eyes of the gallant chestnut  I gelding, the pride of Columbus, were  almost human in their indication of  his extreme pain;   A horse ambulance  was   hurriedly    secured    and he. was  hauled  barn,  __  Uilll. that    Dominion   fruit stands  adian betting   coup had matured 'asr^ in the mark���������������������������ts of Gr*at Britain  +u"  "and Europe.    Heretofore    the inspec  tion of fruit for domectic inspection  has not been good. The local buyer  both east and west- has'thus been at  the mercy of unscrupulous dealers.  _ _   fii   Tne change    which   Mr.    Burrell has  from the wire Evelyn went"7ead-an6-'effCCte<l  haS given the domestic mar-  bead with Earl Jr.* tn thi. n,,_,f_. ."   ket. almost as close;inspection as is  $2o Earl, fieM - $12. But Mayor  Shank and his mare-still had another  trick to show , and the brush to the  half between the pair the fourth heat  was a battle to the last ditch. Right  head  with Earl Jr.* to the quarter in  ���������������������������*0k,  both    pacing ' like wild horses.  They    boomed    by   the half with no  change in the leadership, and no apparent advantage to either, in 1.00J  but just as they started around the  turn,   Evelyn    went to the pole md  held  the heat   safely from there on  Earl was plainly,tired and'by. a good  stretch-drive   Murphy  landed  Sir R  in the place, and two lengths back������������������of  Evelyn.-.    Time.v  2.03������������������.   Evelyn  kept  hcr.placerat. the.pole- throughout the  fifth- heat: "Hopkins tried" to rally  Earl at-the head of-the stretch, "but  'Jt was no use, and Murphy again  landed Sir R. second. The five heats  established, a-'new- five-heat'.race record, displacing the memorable contest between Minor, Heir 1.58* : nd  The.Ecl_2.02*, at Torre Haute, Ind  j ..      .,. -~zyr"-,ww������������������**-'"    ao     io  given-in the case of the export-fruit".  LEGION  OF FRONTIERSMEN  Following upon H. R. H. the Duke  of Connaught's    inspection  of Veterans if..was decided . to commemorate  this appreciated-honor-by the forma-'  tion of. a veteran   association-in the  active form of   a   local command of  The Legion of Frontiersmen,  anl  at  a meeting thereupon held-in Vernon!  a committee- was: ="appointed "to' draw ~:'  up rules' and! regulations'* for: _.'local  command.   ��������������������������� Frontiersmen, or prospectors,   suryeyors,_   hunters;   trappers,  miners.niackers/timbe'r cruisers,'etc.','  are eligible1" for-membership!"  A meet- '  ing is to be held   -in Vernon for the  purpase-,af fuller organization' on the  evening-.of Oct. 23, when Sir Richard-;  __ in July;   190S   '   ThPir    / _���������������������������    '  ,   " "'"' '"'  W11U" oir "icnara.  to his stall in  the Valentine was 2.04 3-5   while to d    -^ timc  McBridc wil1 address the members.,Ail-  where    a    veterinary  surgeon erages 2.02 19-20   flim���������������������������/;S **** a-v"  ol<Blm������������������s coming within the scope of.  i Plaster cast,;with better to   the   heat      I.   1������������������ ""** H ^^^ ar* invited to'attend'  placed the leg in a plaster' cast,-with  hopes of the fracture-"setttng into its  j normal shape. The" injury js almost  , identical with * that'suffered by Ross  |K. in 1910, and as,Ross is again able  ito race it is"sincerely hoped that Independence Boy *:is. not'lost to the  ���������������������������turf.   -'--���������������������������' - -       -  better to    thp -h/>������������������f      'T*.  , w   I - "  ���������������������������~���������������������������������������������--���������������������������������������������������������������- ������������������i-������������������n.Cu  ou attend  &e most ���������������������������bit;:.iytigh.I::sw*!the "*** "*>"������������������ ���������������������������������������������* ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  seen on,the,Grand- Circuit;, especially  the test of supremacy to the half in  the fourth heat,- and the -result'  stamps Evelyn. W. the. greatest "pacing  mare of modern .times by a wide"  margin."-  JJflPSJSJLCOALM!NINGiECULATII)NS===  Coal mining rights of tho Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province 0f British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual' rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant. j  Application    for   a   lease must be  ..__������������������iade _by_ the. applicant_in_ person- to  the Agent   or   sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should ��������������������������� he 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 $10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lauds.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  . A  WESTERN" FAVORITE  The Family.Herald..and Weekly Star-  of -Montreal    have.   announced".their  programme for 1913, and-subscribers"  are to receive greater value than ever "  before, and    that   is saying, a whole ^  lot.   In  this western country,  such a.  paper is a great blessing.     It inter- .-  ests everybody.   The hints and information it gives are worth hundreds of  .dollars^in-a-ye^r-i^Xew^sett-ler.s^rmp^  not afford to be without such a paper  as no .-other fills the bill for the West '  like The Family   Herald and  Weekly "  Star.   In addition to the paper f .- a  whole year; each subscriber receives a '-���������������������������  most  beautiful  picture' entitled   "Mother's   Treasures."       It  is 23  hy  29  inches, all  ready   for framing..     The  !)ictn_re   a!������������������n9_. would ..sell at a_-Wo ���������������������������  dollar bill in any art store in the big  cities. -y Any., home not'now. getLinj?  The Family Herald and  Weekly Star  should give it n trial  will never regret it.  for 1913.   Thev  CAPT. .BSTABROOK HONORED  Earl Jr.. the fast pacing stallion of Enderby, now racim. the Grand Circuit  The Duke  Capt.  G.  h.  '7&������������������*nfi  DYOLA  th  for   fV.WJ .,L...L^i\>L,L \J1        UU<J       -.UH.I-U1.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of' \?vana ..n,i wm- -o  lis   advertisement   will not be paid ! S   ncl Wlliiari,s. Enderby's new battery, did strenuous work at Armstrong  >r. SP2 i in game last week '       * i  ���������������������������    ��������������������������� i  ammsmaa^0ammmm  ���������������������������"CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and IJEST HOME  I>V:-V one can liny-Why you don't even have to  Imowwliat I'.rNOof Cloth your Cood. are made  of..-5'o MlMalii-a lire ImpossiMe.  Send for Tree Color Card, Story  Booklet, nnd  Uoo._.Vt ulvlnu results ���������������������������f |.yv|n.j <)V���������������������������r ���������������������������,;,��������������������������� ro)orSi  The JOHNSON-HICHAM-SON CO., Limited    Montreal. Canada.  of Connaught presented  Sstabrook, of the s. s.  | Okanagan, with a handsome gold  J breast pin as a m0mento of his visit.  [On the pin is the Garter with its insignia .encircling tne Duke's monogram surmountbd by a coronet set in  rubies and emeralds,-all on a twisted  gol'd wire.���������������������������Kelowna Courier.  SWEPT BY TYPHOON  According    to   a    dispatch    to  the  .bureau 0f insular affairs at Washington, -100 persons were killed by a ty-  jphoon  which  swept the Philiplne Islands on thc 18th inst.   Many vessels  were sunk in the harbor, hundreds of  {small  craft  were driven  ashore by a  j tidal wave, and fully half of the six  | hundred thousand persons on  the  islands were made homeless.  Latest improved non-fragile Tungsten Lamps in all sizes for sale by  H. G. Mann, electrical contractor. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, October 24, 1912  Local Ads.  Advertisements under th's* head: *>i- a word for  thc tirst insertion; 1cm word cat-h .xiib.scttiu'nt in-  ������������������ertinn.  NO TRAIN TO APPLE SHOW  INSPECTING  THE  JUDICIARY  Somebody connected with the man-! Mr. T. B. Shocbotham, special .com-  " , -.- . , , * . -.., ' i'missioner of the Attorney-Generals  ngunent.of the First '-n'"'"1 0jC������������������na" | department, visited Enderby this  gan Apple Show is responsible for a , wee,. in his 0f*ncjai capacity. Mr.  bad slip���������������������������a bull���������������������������a/mistake. The idea ! Shocbotham has been on a .four  of attempting to inaugurate the Oka- j months' tour of the Province, and he  nagan Apple Show, and to ask sister*:has investigated every phase of the  towns to assist in making the5 affair  *a success* by attending,  and  then ri'e-  judicial end of the Provincial Government's business, so far as the Provincial police and magistrates are  'gleet to arrange for special train ser- Iconcerned. The object of this in-  i vice, is inexcusable. The regular : vestigation is to discover wherein the  ! train gets in to Vernon (if on time) j present provincial police and magis-  iat 12:30 and leaves at 3. To attempt Xri������������������] system is we������������������k. so *s to poInt  1 to see anything of the show in two j ������������������u* the WW for improvement. Mr.  ' ! Shocbotham  is not only looking wito  it  i-::^>:-;^)������������������t     .*> A X     5UJ^J I'ours  would  be  out of  the  question, ; Shocbotham  is not only looking _nt0  fcttXM   ^fVAf^f and rather than make the ellort, the ,' the matter of   law    enforcement, but  $-'-*iiW        ^'SlX       f     ������������������i People   of   Enderby   stayed   at  home. ,^������������������ ^e matter of betterment in our  t.->       '                          -V            B !    Thev wanted to go, and a civic noli-' Provincial jails.     When  his  report  is  U        vs-an^ /���������������������������./-.->   ._    E i-,       .".        ,..>  ....-,   ..... a..   ..-4... i.. ���������������������������.,   I submitted he will no doubt point out  -' r.  ������������������������������������������������������It,  \rk<XZ:z/ . ( M  fi  YEARS AGO people; used tc  moke thvins^lvcr. li e u r d by  ..-.outing frw.T. thc  house lops.  If >-o:i trii-.S thnt to-day you  would probikb! ' hnvu to appear  b_fcre n con.r..isiion ii> ii>.snnity.  r;OV/-A-S:.VS the business  runn uses our Wont Acis.  i:  ^anizecl- basis.  Tn this connection, it is noteworthy  j;    mnn uses ou  K      :-.tPippi.PH p������������������: l, H  ���������������������������*  i  ������������������r!r���������������������������t~*",������������������ syiriir.^iri. '���������������������������*  --rJsZfz ^vViJisSP-i-.-. ���������������������������"-'���������������������������3s  Sa.s_s.tj  HOBUERLIN made-to-measure Clothing, tiet us take your order. J.  W.   Evans &  Son.  PIANO TUNING���������������������������W. J. Curtis, pia-  n.j tuner, will !*e in Enclcrby'Vibo'.it  Oct. 2Sth. All orders left with Air.  F.  Pvman will  receive attention.  dav was   declared   *bv the city to en- j submitted he will no doubt point out  rvone    to    attend,  but  when,1���������������������������11-?  "W* of improvement,  and  his  .it was   learned    on    Wednesday that I ���������������������������P������������������rt  will  be   thc  means  of  placing  | there was   to    be no special  train to ;the whole   systcm    ������������������Pon a betler-oi-  j accommodate   tlu.    public,     everyone  ���������������������������concluded    the   management    of    the,  , . ,. ,   r , .,     ,.,  A^A^A i that a steel catfe for the new provin-  show were too      cheap     nnd decKleu I ft    .  not to make anv plans for the day. >cia! -iaU aml ollicc to b0 0V������������������M itt  The result will probably l:c that only ,' Emlerb>r arrivo(1 this wcck' Jt ls llot  a few from Enderbv will *,ee the show limbic the building will go up this  and the Civic Holiday will be a farce. ^������������������ter- hut tlic e*rl>' ^"S wil1 yoe  Two  weeks ago the management of   thc 'vork commenced.  I  PLEASED   WITH RECEPTION  the races   at    Venion arranged for a  special  to   run    two days   to attend  the races.   It ran one day   and pulled ,    Upon  ieaVjng the boundaries of the  into Vernon with, half n  dozen people   Pl.ovincc  of  British  Columbia,  I-l.  R.    on it.   It was cancelled the next day.   j-j.  the Duke of Connaught wrote to  OVERCOATS���������������������������Quality and prices tha This "special  train" failure no doubt   ,,is   Honor  the    Lieutenant-Governor,  best      J. W.  Evans &. Son. !had something to  do with the negli-   expressing his   thanks for the kindly  |g-ence of the Apple Show management   u-e!_on_e given himself and the Duchess  The  WHEAT &    OATS   FOR SALE���������������������������5c a  sheaf on the place.    R. Waddell.  WANTED���������������������������A live agent for Sunset  .carbons and ribbons; also for a  world-known typewriter. A stationer preferred. Apply, Manager, P.O.  box 310, Kamloops, B.C. 2t  FOR   SALE���������������������������Cheap���������������������������on  easy   terms���������������������������  .   a     number    of'   good   second-hand  sifes.   Write-Vancouver Safe Works  Ltd.,  Vancouver, B.C., for list.  to provide  accommodation.   But thc  hy. tbe people   of the province  race special was sure to be a failure,   letter reads as follows:  whereas  an Apple    Show special  was     <<jv[y   Dear  Lieutenant-Governor���������������������������On  as f.'*.ire to be a winner.   Anyone who leaving British  Columbia I   write to  has endured the races at Vernon one you  io say   wnat great pleasure my  'season   will    not    'pins  for  a  special   journey     through    the    province  has  | train   to   take   him  to  see them   tie given  me,  and    how highly  appi'ccia-  j next.   But an Apple Show���������������������������somethin    tive the Duchess and I have been of  j the whole Valley is interested in, and  the reception wc met with everywhere  the Interior    as    well���������������������������and    not     to   an(i   0[ the    trouble    which  has  been  arrange for a special train service, is taken    to    decorate    the houses tail  Listen! Wc sell  strong9coioforl&Jbl<^  stylish' shoes thai will  please your eye and  ple&se your feet.  really serious.  BULBS-rHyacinths, Tulips, Narcissus    NEW SOUTH WALES  HENS WIN  Crocus", Snowdrops, etc., for sale at  J.  W.  Evans & Son's.  The    egg-laying    contest  which  hns    been in    progress    at   Vancouver  the  SWEET Cl HER���������������������������10c per gallon; cook-   iJflst year, closed  last  Sunibiy.    "The  ing aP'des,    lie   pound       Geo.  R. 'steady-laying Leghorns have a double  Lawes,  Enderby Heights. j reason  for. rejoicing,"  s--iys the  Vsm-   * icouver    Province,    "because  tbey are  WINTER  UNDERWEARTAt ?2,  9-2-50 i l1ot  0���������������������������iy   impnssibly    nt  the  bend  of  and ?3  ner   suit.       J.  W.  Evans *&i't|ie ljat  in  c]ass    \>  but their owner.  Son, Enderby. jM,.. j.  Stewart,    of   Hillcrest,    New  the  way  tDwns wherever we have been.  i  i    "Should you    thin a fit to do.so, I  hope   you    will    take steps to make  I this letter public.   Believe me,  yours  :very  truly, Signed:  ARTHUR."  If you want foot-comfort you must buy  your shoes from those who "know" the  shoe business.  We carry our shoes in different width  ���������������������������'lasts"--broad lasts for wide feet, narrow lasts for slim feet.  When you "foot" your shoe bill it will  not be big for the year, because our shoes  are not. only st\lish and comfortable, but  strong. Buy your overshoes MOW and  be ready for the slush.  Slater Shoes for Men  Empress   "   "  Ladies  NIGHTLY PICTURES SHOWN  OF    CANADA  KEEP   YOUR   FEET  test shapes    in  nil hers, at J  >ll  HPY-The  la-lSo,,Lh   Wa,CS'    ,,aS C"mn  , ,   [across the Pacific   to help thum cele-  ladies   and    rnens^ thci|i victnry_      Mp   HJeWjirt js  W. Evans & Son s.    ^ ]ovej, ^ ^ u^.]y ^.^ )ml hfi  Paid-up Capital. Reserve Fund C������������������ 1\<?IZ AAA  and Undivided I'roiils (Over) 9>OfJL 4 D9\sWM  Total Assets (Over)    ^OdjOOOjvUO  ir  ���������������������������  i _  ct    ioph'h bp  nover    owned  <t   .iiiht.inir  bird i  FOR RENT���������������������������Dwelling en  Knight St., ,s������������������^s ue  ,1CVU    ^���������������������������lu-1       "-'      ������������������ ;  three    uustalr     bedrooms;    electric , in  bis   life       ;Wh.m  it. r,nn,.s t:, de-;  lM,t   and    water.       Apply,   James ' livering the ln.it, however    h, ,dded  X      ,    i,Bii   ninpi- I'my  biddies are generally   tlirre  with,  Mowat,  Uell   blocl.. J . ,   , i ������������������������������������������������������ I   . ������������������������������������������������������ thc good showing.     I  h-tve shown in {  FIT-RITE SUITS at  J. W.  Evans &  every    egg-laying    contest .that  has j  c$on'S- lever  been    held   in    Australia  and  I \  . .������������������������������������������������������ _.:���������������������������u.   .    . =���������������������������*-=*   have  never  been    outside  tbe  money, j  'Some   people    may    think   that  hens;  ; lmvTTTio-nTcrnoriHk7" un*_r=r-=b"ulieve=fraiff**  TTXTTIt^N-I-tX-'I���������������������������Y-IJhVR-  Save Time When  You Are Busy  by carrying on yonr banking by  mail. Just mail us your deposits,  or your cheques when you want  to withdraw money.  e-=gi-ve���������������������������spec-i a l=;tUen t i 01 uJfo=  Manager Will Poison  has concluded  to put his    moving picture perform-  I ance on every night except Sunday, at  * the Opera House, and in so doing to  'reduce the price    of admission to 10c  ���������������������������and 15c.   Mr.   Poison  has endeavored  j to keep up    the    standard of his picture shows, and    to provide the best  'films -obtainable.     He'has succeeded  in making these    picture shows very  popular,,  His latest move,  providing  the    nightly   performance at the 10c  and I5c   rate    will   also  prove most  pleasing    to   his    patrons,  he hopes,  and   he  proposes  to  give  thc  service  that will warrant this popularity.   \\7  It is now definitely settled that the  ('. N. II. construction department  bus ec-cliK'ed to put the mainline in  to Armstronsr without the $50,000  brums KuegcKte 1 some months ago.  '''hat $',0,000 bfivs proiect was p. side  line,   s'i    to   sneak  _b ..kln^ fur .itJi.in lout._...The road js'L|..iljit  C. come into Armstrong from the Ijjr.jH Plltl,m| in (|lL, C)ntc.st  h .iithwcst.. keeping well up on thc  t,..ic!ies till u.'iir town, where it is  ret by the n-iuiral rise in elevation  ,.f tho 1'ind .south of town. Making  .���������������������������.,,,  fm    in    t.h'1 bottom  lands,  it is  the way  tbey   acted  that those hens '   business handled in this way, aud  knew me when  I  clucked to tbem. j   ^.ji^  |Jti  use of our service  SUV3A  tfOd  Una 1391N0M  For Sale by  THE ENDERBY TRADING CO  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both  ways from  Sica-  Latest improved    non-fragile Tung  .sten Lamps in   all   sizes for sale by   mous Junction to Okanagan Landing  _lad  to  have  you make   H. G. Mann, electrical contractor  "Mr.   Stewart   is well   pleased  with '������������������������������������������������������  the  way  in    which  nut only  his hens j  but aii thc birds in the r���������������������������mt,ei ition; Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CflulSIlE, Manager  have    been    looked    after during  the ���������������������������  year,  and  he will  take n good  rep )i't  Somebody  was   h;i(,k   tQ  ,)is    ,-0uow  breeders  in   Aus-  -aii.l- Nisw   -/.etilaiid  ! LONDON, ENG., BRANCH,  .       , ! 51 Threadneedle St., E.C.  Who -lUlVC... p. w. ASHE,-. - -  -- ��������������������������� - nianikfier.  !   'J. M. C. IIAKT SMITH,   AsvisJant Mf|r.  R. Chadv/ick  "While the ollii-ial llgtires with the  owners names will not be given out  until Monday, it cun he stated thnt.  all pens sent fr un thc antipodes have  made a good showing.    Among ethers  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.) - -Painter _*ih1 -Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.    i-nM-trd  the  road  will  continue down   f,.()m  ,|,0 ,,in.| nf ,],,, Southern  dross  the valley to Vernon on the east side  -������������������ f Otter Lake.  Thr- count rv t. niched by the railway  l efcie   rc'irhin  West is one of the richest districts in  are  pens from    Hotany,  N.S.W.,  and  Uurw io,l and  Otaki,  N.  'A.     There, i.s  ;i pen also from  I.nstcrn Canailn. The  Armstrong  from   the   f,,ul)Wjnir ]], c. points are renresented  Chilliwack, .Victoria, Kamloops,  the. province���������������������������that district lying be- Vernon, Kdmonds Station, Maywood,  tween the Salmon River Indian re- v Cobbie Hill, Central Park, I.uniuit-  serve and Grand Prairie���������������������������and up to lfirl)| ��������������������������� 1-1,^^,^ Saanicton, Cowichan,  the  present has   been   practically  un-' ]>or't Mann,    Sonrenos,  Crofton,   Dun-  deve!f)ued owing    to thc lack of convenient, tmnsnortation.  It i.s    understood    the contract for  .the' construction    of    the    Okanagan  ���������������������������'.Mortion  of the C.   N.   R.  system   will  be let at   once,    and  it has been assured by  Mi  ''���������������������������h-'ef eti'/incei',    that the  railway  will  nri.kn  an  endeavor  to  take  care  of  a  can,  Arrow Park,  Revelstoke,  Burnet  and Thetis Island."  CHANGES  IN BUSINESS  The stock  of    farm implements and  Svkes. assistant to the   wagons heretofore    carried  by W.   H.  Hutchison was last week turned over  to C. Crossley Poison, and that car-  share in the moving of next year's ried by A. Fulton, likewise was put-  shinments from the Okanagan. The chased by Mr. Poison,, who is erect-  work of erading will be rushed all ing a 30x78 foot, two story building  niomr the line. , i.d will be in readi- on Clill street next to the Opera  ness to put down the rails next sum- House, in which to store the goods  mf,,. and  implements.  |i  ENDERBY FLOUR  MOFFETS BEST  Made strictly from Saskatchewan and Alberta wheat, in the  ONLY MILL in the Okanagan. The PIONEER mill of British  Columbia, and now one of the MOST COMPLETE milling systems 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  South North  bound STATIONS bound  read down read up  10.15   (Lv)   sicamous  Jet   (Ar)  17.30  'J0.48  j11.03  11.18  "ll.'. 45   112.03  |12.30  ,12.45 (Ar)     Ok.  Landing     (Lv) 14.45  H. W. J3ROLHK JNO.DURNHAiM  :Gcn. Pas. Agt. Agent  Vancouver Enderby  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong-     Larkin  Vernon  1C.45  1C.29  1G.L4  ���������������������������15.45-���������������������������  15.25  15.00  Methods  If you hat. a voice like thunder,  with a Megaphone attachment you  could not reach as many people as  you can through our want ads.  You have not got thc voice but  our paper Is at your service all the  year around.  1  '3


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