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 I  ��������������������������� nifwMimiiiiiiiiint  ���������������������������S>  *=���������������������������jjj  hi  1,1 t  JJ-  h;  U1  i':      Enderby, B. C,  January 2. 1913  i  j * -  AND  WALKER ������������������3  WEEKLY  Vol. 5; No. 39; Whole No. 253  Is  IV.  News of Local interest Picked Up in and About the District  In war, as in litigation, both sides passenger coach for a ride to Sica- First there was a sleigh ride as far songs, instrumental music and reei-  lose. , molts.   He was brought back to terra  as Grindrod and return.   Arriving at; tations, refreshments were served and  Man is a biped with whiskers under firma by Con.stable Bailey, and had the Opera House the merry crowd!the tree demolished. The presents  its nose. ' , to pay $10 into the treasury for giv-. found the stage   transformed for the j from  the   tree    were   given  by Mrs.  Are   your   skates  ing the exhibition ' evening into a supper room where a  j    This is an open winter.     It is law- j very. fine spread awaited them.   Din-  name   f"l for anyone   to make ice whenever cing followed,   the   music being pro-  Good    morning  sharpened ? ������������������  Friendship    by    any    other  wonld be as brittle. , and wherever he can���������������������������ice for skating, jvided-by Mr.  W.   Glen on the violin,  Mrs. W. R. Barrows is visiting her  curling   or   summer    lemonades.   The .'supported by several guests in turn.  sister at Sicamous. I person who can do it must" be a sort  Born���������������������������On    Christmas    Eve,   to Mr. ! of genius���������������������������a thing that neither eats,  and Mrs. F. T. Gorle, Enderby, a son   sleeps or stops work.  - Some men go "forth to find the gol-;    Constable    Bailey showed  what a  den fieece, while others stay at home  little quiet persuasion will do  Xmas  and find it. ;week, when the boys from the camps  Hospital Auxiliary   meeting in City !came' down .in   crowds to have.a bit  Hall this   [ThufjJayJ   afternoon  at 3. 'of merry-making    of their own care-  Iniportant.        -- free     type..  There    were    very   few  - Messrs.    Harvey' and 'Harrop'   are  brawls- &?d no rrough .exhibitibns-on  shipping a   carload,, a -day of cord-"the streetsas of.y������������������re--      '    "  wood,to Vernon. j .-..--;-  .- The " earth    is   said  to be a small  The evening   was voted  by everyone  a most delightful one.  Mr. J. M.' McKay, superintendent  of the Revelstoke division of the C.  P: R.,'made his initial trip, down the  Valley Tuesday in his ,-private car.  Mr. McKay.; i.s getting in touch" with  the needs of- his division*,-arid is tak-  ing 'every^'means -.of obtaining ��������������������������� "mc-  'hand-information .ablout the requirements of the Okanagan.  VISITING   BOWLERS  WIN  Naylor and Mrs.  Sharpe, and en top  of these   Santa    Glaus   gave to one!club, consisting  and all, candies and fruits.     Mr.Hall j Stevens,  Geo.    Schmidt,  E.  A team  of   Kamloops  bowlers vis-t  ited  Enderby   New    Years    Day  nn 1  played a team picked from the local  of A.  E.  Evans,  M.  J.   Mack  Dill.      The visiting players were:    S.    Harper;    P.  Irwin,   S.  McNahb,  L.    Smith    and    F.  Purdy  i ,  NUPTIALS i    Tnree    "frames"  were played,  with    ja total score of 2,387 for Kamloops,  On Saturday, December 28th, at the'! and  2,345  for    Enderby,  the visitors  bride's home,  Green  Lake,  Okanagan   winning by 42 points. The individual  performed    this  and he did it most admirably  important function,   and E. B.  THOMAS-HAWTHORNE  Palls, B. C, Miss Elma Hawthorne  was quietly wedded to Mr. John M.  Thomas, of Okanagan Falls, the Rev.  Ferguson Millar, of Penticton, officiating. -_. 'After the -wedding breakfast,  the bride and  groom left on a  score follows:  Kamloops  to be a  bean-shaped    planet,    full 'of    noise, I  -"nonsense and noddies. - -  ~ j  Miss Mowat will resume her weekly j  dancing class ������������������to-morrow (Friday; j  evening, in K. of P. hall. |  ��������������������������� Many very handsome, calendars. are !  being distributed by the, merchants  and business men of Enderby.  The Deep Creek school was estab-  . lished- in September last, and it now  has a regular attendance of 14 children.  Only one party is victorious in war  and   that    is   Lucifer and his allies,  Woe,   Want,  Hate,1: Fear, Disease and  Death.  Mr.  and  Mrs.    A.   R.oi'es left.  ^x~tt~i-H~M-:-K-K~2^^  un-  I  X  t  ?  ?  ?  f  1  ?  ?  3!  Irwin      157  Smith .: .".   198  Harper   .....-..'..- 184.  McNabb  Purdy. /  120  220  142  147  145  ' ieV  118  142���������������������������   441.  144���������������������������" 489"  _139���������������������������;46������������������ f  : i.o���������������������������,"--449;  -202��������������������������� " 540  879'      721 *.   787"  2,387  Enderby        ........   ,.  <^:^:~w^****-K~r*M~:^  Evans    ....   155  167  140���������������������������  462  Stevens  ....  ���������������������������.:'.   168 -  145  112���������������������������  42j  Schmidt- ...  ...   172  "'   1G6  144���������������������������  432  Mack ...".   . ��������������������������� .   '  r i U L  -- 161  -172���������������������������  .-4M  Dill   ...*   169  172  171���������������������������-  512  795       811   ;  739    2,345  GLEN-PRITCHARD NUPTIALS  The  given  Christmas  tree  entertainments  last    Friday   evening  for the  day    evening    ti.    spend    N-uv Years  children    of    the   Methodist and  Sc.  with their brother and-family in Rev-  George's churches,  the former in the  Methodist    church   and the latter in  the Parish* Hall,-  were largely atten���������������������������  elstoke.  The annual  meeting  of  the  North  -crn-Okanagan=FarmersM'nstitute=will^Htl^d7Tmi^^rrWrrird=^rl"Wsrfiappf  be held in Mara Hall on Wednesday. \ ly for   the' children,  who received a  ���������������������������Tan. 8th, at 11 a.m. .liberal supply of presents appropriate  Mr. Graham Rosoman has resigned'to the occasion,  the office of "Licensed Lay Reader of     All    Enderbyites   who attended the  St.   George's    Church,    in  the   tenth   Old Year dance at Mara last Friday  year of his service in that capacity j evening���������������������������and there was quite a num-  Christmas Day was one of chara> , ber inspite of    the many counter at-  teristic merry-m'aking at the Stepney - tractions  held  locally���������������������������report  hn/ing  .Fa���������������������������.: ..where __Mr_._ _and._Mrs. .Thos. ..enjoyed -a-typical- Mara -evening,--and  Skyrme entertained    a  large number   were greatly pleased with the liospit-  of old-time friends of the district.      ��������������������������� ahle   reception    given  them.      There  We are informed that there is no'were more than 80 dancers on the  truth in thc report that the school ' floor, and the music, management  house in the Mara road was mistaken and supper all contributed to the  recently for Grindrod station by a'great success of the function.  Mara gentleman, and that several ( The next annunl ball on the bills  hours of waiting for the train were is that to bc given on Jan. 24th, by  passed by him the other morning.        .Enderby lodge No. 35, K. of P.   This  Last Thursday   night Frank  Stacy  event is each year looked forward to  The installation of officers will be  held next Monday evening at the  regular meeting of End-erby lodge  No. 35. After the usual ceremonies,  refreshments will be served by the  good of the order committee, and an  visit to old-time friends in the Valley. Their first stop was with Mr.  and Mrs. Thos. Skyrme, of the Stepney Farm, where they spent the, early-  part  of    the    week.     Mr.   and    Mrs.  On Wednesday, Doc. 18th*, the home  of Mr. and Mrs.   Hugh Pritchard,' of  j Poplar Point, Man., was the scene of  a  quiet  but    very    pretty    wedding,  when   their   second    daughter,   Lizzie  Elora,   was    united    in    marriage  to-  jMr.   Grant   L.    Glen,   of  Boissevain,  iRev.  A.  C.  Strachan,   of   Gladstone,  I officiating.     Only   a few of the tieir  had Geo. Warwick arrested on a  charge of having rolled him. Both  are members of a lumber camp crew.  They were Christmas-ing together.  Magistrate    Rosoman    dismissed  the  with great anticipations by all, for  it has ahvays proved to be one of  the most enjoyable affairs of the season. This year the ball promises to  eclipse    that    of    previous  years���������������������������at  honor Monday night, to which thirty |prescnt"  Thomas is ' b,'idc entered  A  BIG   LAND  DEAL  charge for lack of evidence and taxed jail events, that is the determination  the costs up to Stacy. j of the committee   in charge,  Messrs.  John Vickenberg and John Ander- Burnham Folkard Rodie and  son,    who    partook    too  liberally  of Hatcher.  Christmas pubbing and things last! The New Years' ball given in the  Thursday ancl were locked up by Con-; Enderby Opera House by the Oddfel-  stable Bailey, were taken before Ma-.^ws, proved a great success. In at-  gistrate Rosoman and the first John tendance it exceeded the expectations  fined ?5 and the second  John $7.50.      of even the committee in charge, and  Delegates to the Farmers' Institute from the pleasure point of view it  Convention to be held at Victoria ' col|ld not be excelled. The decora-  Jan. 21 to 23, are asked hv the De-!tions were novel and most effective,  partment of Agriculture, to prepare'and every possible comfort was pro-  to remain three days after -one tl< se vided for the dancers and guests,  of the convention to meet the royal The music was furnished by the En-  commission on agriculture to sit in ! derby orchestra and was of the usual  the coast capital. j high order.  One George Murphy was feeling ex-1 On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs,  ceedingly light-footed one day last Crossley Poison entertained fifty or  week, and climbed upon the top of a  more friends to an evening of jollity.  evening of~fraternal~151 iss wil i~f5l 1 ow7  All members are urgently reguesfced  to attend; also any visiting Knights  arc invited to be present.  Skyrme Brothers have steadily  pushed development work on the Hazelmere Farm since they took over a  portion of it early last fall, an.l  have many acres of virgin soil under  the-plow-and ready-for spring plant-1  ing. They are bringing much of th.  black muck land back of tho graii  fields under cultivation, and expect  to make a big showing from this  new land next season.  There were some initial games oi  curling New Years' Day, at the rink.  It wasn't really curling, but the  players were able to go through the  motions���������������������������which helped some. The  ice is in fine condition for fluke playing.   The skip calls for an  "in-turn"  to the   button    and the stone glides J were t,lc Purchasers,  slowly down the    centre a few vards  then takes an "out-turn" to the J- Jl Ciarkc* of Nottingham, Ei.gl,  wall. You never can tell where it i* !recently of Vancoover- has accepted  going to stop when it starts out. It !a plaCC ������������������" tllC Walker PrC3S statI  is impossible to make curling ice in \Mr< G1"rke wil1 aid us in Putins  the balm of a chinook breeze. jifleas into cohl typc and Printing                 | them on paper.     If y.ou have any obi  DEEP CREEK XMAS FESTIVITIES ,'i(leas tllat   y������������������ll'd    like to see reproduced, just bring them to our office.  Skyrme    gave   a    reception   in   their |frientls of the hride and groom  were  PromptlFTftTo o'clock  the  the   parlor leaning on  of hor father,  and atten led  neice of the  ,' the arm  Miss Lois  Strachan  guests were invited.     Mr  greatly    pleased    with    the  Northern  Okanagan, and intimates that he and j,)y  Mrs.    Thomas    will    probably  spend !graom-      The  1)ri(ie  WftS  daintily at-  much more of their time here. tirecl   '"    a   wh'tc   silk crepe,     over  silk messalinc, made with ;. Quaker  fis.hu and draped tunic, and trimmed  with crystal fringe.     Her long' bri'hl  ._The. largest-real  estate -transaction-j-veil-was becomingly-h.hl -in-place by -  ever   carried    through  in   the  Pacific:11 coronal wreath of orange blossom.-;  North-west,    was closed  recently,   by  and she   carried    a large bouquet of  roses,   carnations    and   valley   lillics.  which the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company disposed of 550,000  acres of land in Northern British Columbia, lying along the northern  lakes and rivers. One hundred aud  fifty thousand acres are in the Nation Lakes district, 100,000 acres in  the Babine Lake district, 200,000 on  North Tacla Lake, and 100,000 "-*. the  Naas river.     The MacLean syndicate  After a .sumptuous dinner was  served thc young couple left on thc  Brandon local amid showers of rice  and confetti, for points west. They  will he at home at Boisevain after  December 29th. rjon.  TRAINS NEAR SUMMERLAND  Mrs.    J.  L.    Naylor   and  Sharpe    gave    the    children  Mrs.  T.  of Deep  Wc will  do the   rest,  neatly,  quickly  and as cheaply   as it can be done at  Creek a Christmas tree, at the home!a living profit by any printer or nest  of   Mrs.    Naylor,    Christmas   night  Five years ago one could count the  children of Deep Creek on the fingers  of one hand. As an indication of  the rapid development of that fertile  section,   it   was   interesting to note  The residents of the south benchc.  are rejoicing in again hearing the  once familiar locomotive. The stusl  laying of the K. V. Railway is fast  reaching the approach to the big  bridge across Trout Creek canyon,  and the locomotive is now working  within perhaps a mile of the municipal limits. The blowing of the  whistle and the puffing of the eng.n.  brings to those living in that sectljii  material evidence of the early realization of their hope of direct connection    with    the    Coast cities  and  of printers    on   earth.     We want  to  give Enderby   the    best to be had iii|thcir maI'kets.��������������������������� Summerland  Review  printing  and are shaping for big  things in 1913. Bring in your work  for the job presses. Letterheads, and  envelopes,    note    paper,     pamphlets,  the    number    in    attendance   at  the'mating lists, business cards, dodgers,  Xmas  tree  festivities.   There  were 70   posters,    and���������������������������anything   that can  be  in all, and nearly all of minor years,   put into type and  reproduced on pa-  After    a   delightful   programme  of  per,   we   will   undertake���������������������������and   deliver.  Man  is    a  highest  work  mits it.  thing   said   to   be the  of    God���������������������������and   that nd-  FOUND���������������������������A pocket book. Anyone  describing same and contents may  have it on Paying for this ad. Apply  Postoffice window, PJnderby.  \m TIlIi. ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 2, 1913  Hair  Brushes  Tooth Brushes  Toilet Articles  The best quality is always  cheapest in the end. It  gives satisfaction; it makes  friends. That's why we  handle only high-class and  reliable goods.  o-oo-oooooooooooo-oooooooo  OO-0-O-O-C-OOOOOOvO-.-OO-./C/O-OOO  A. REEVES  ENDERBY PRESS  "GOD GIVE  US MEN!"  P.il)li<hc<l  uvcry   Thursday at   Kiulcr-t>y. H.C. at  i- per year, l>y tlio Wall; or I'i-o.^s.  A Ivi'i-iisiiiK Kates: Transiunl. WV an inch first  in.-crtiim. 'I'm wich subxiiiticnt insertion. Contract advertising. SI an inoh i>er month.  Lei������������������il N'ltincs:   12. a lini! lirst insertion; fie a line  each subsequent insertion.  KiMilintf N������������������lifi'S and I.i.eals: trie a line.  JANUARY 2.   1913  NEW ZEALAND OVERSEAS CLUB  Druggist & Stationer  CMir St. Ivi-I.  .���������������������������Iiy  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  We  are   in    receipt   of a  New Zealand Herald giving an account of the  visit  of  Mr.   Evelyn   Wrench,   organise r of the    Overseas Club,'%to Auckland.     Mr. Wrench    and Miss Wrench  j were    warmly    received.     In    his  rc-  | marks  there,    Mr.    Wrench  said  that  i he had  found   that   New  Zealanders  'had. a  tremendous conception  of Em-  j pire.    New  Zealand    was regarded  as  *a very important branch of the Overseas    Club.   Roughly,   Canada had a  'membership of   33,000,    South  Africa  ��������������������������� 30,000,    Australia   IS,000,    and    New  : Zealand 12,000.   Regarding  the  naval  I question,  he   said    that Canada'was  I    1  iin very much the same state of evolution as New Zealand. He thought  j that Canada would make. an emcr-  ! gency cash contribution to the Home  j authorities, and, thereafter, meant  ;to build  up a navy of her own. New  "God give us men!   A time like this  demands  Strong minds, great heart, true faith  and ready hands ;  Men whom the lust of oflice does not  kill;  Men whom the spoils of office cannot  buy;  Men who possess opinions and a willj-,  Men who have    honor; men who will  not lie;  Men who can stand before a demagog  And damn    his treacherous flatteries  without winking;  Tall   men,    sun    crowned,    who live  above the fog  In public duty and private thinking  For   while   the    rabble    with     their  thumb-worn creeds,  Their    large    professions    and    their  little deeds,  Mingle in   selfish   strife,    lo freedom  weeps,  Wrong   rules   the   land, and waiting  justice   sleeps.'  '-        ���������������������������'     ���������������������������J. G. Holland.  Bank of M ontreal  Established   1817  Capital, $16,000,000 Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. 'J. M-. Q.  President, R. 3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW  YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from %\ upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th  June and 3Jst December.  A.  E.  Taylo^,  Manager  ENDERBY BRANCH  ���������������������������fi lurby  rh7M-s'day  on   or "fl^the , much   fcQ   (1q     wjth   Canada.s   attitlldc  1.1 Irs     No.   .(0 .  meeting    first: Zealand's gift of a Dreadnaught had  a. surci-imc  W. M.  full m win at .S p. in.  '.-Ilim-s    Hall       Yisi.Urf : today  on the  naval  question.   Within  HX'lliren  .'inlinlly  invited. . J ,  i fifteen  years,    no    doubt,  the Pacific  v.n. kaunks; wolll(1   be    jooked    after by  Canada,  Secretary-  Australia    and    New    Zealand,   while  the United Kingdom would police the  European  waters.  Commenting editorially on the- sue-  ^���������������������������0^.1. 0.0, F.  ^y ^<^^   ICureka I.odwe. No.'50  Meets every Tuesday .uveninK at So'clock. in I. O.  J- I  (.). '���������������������������*. hall.  M-.tcalf block.   VisitinK* brother* al-    - f   t,      Ovpropoo   fJlnb   mnvomont  wavs    welcome. WM.  DUN. AN. N. G.      ' CeSS  0l   U1C   U^GI SCaS   WU0   mo\emcn*.,  .'..   - -   - Gl-Xl.  HKU.AMY,  V. G.  -     ���������������������������" -     ll. E. WUKKI.EK. riiic'y.-  . .1. U,.<'AYI.O������������������.n. Ti-C'.-is.  the New Zealand Herald says:   - .   Z  '("The temptation to-attack the British     Empire,    offered    to  ambitious  and  virile    powers,    are two-fold: its  and  populous de-  such    as  India,   and  its  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. Uy, K.of 1'. , . .      ���������������������������   ,  ... ... .     ; possession   of  rich  .Meets every   Monday   eveiiuiK |  in-K.of ['. ibiil.   visitor.-,cor-1 penlencies  dially inviti-il  to attend. j _���������������������������_._,���������������������������_.���������������������������  ** 'G-"-ci camp..i.u, CC       |sparse occupation of territories emin-  c. i.'.'hti.icki.aniV'k.'k'.s.  T. E. 1.0 D IK. M.E.  cnt'M'tninn.i nis.    Forrat.es, ntv., juldrr-ss.  T. E. I.ODIE, Enderby  ;cntly-suited   for    European  coloniza-  11.111 suitable fo G ,-,r.,rt,. Dinc������������������H and all public | tio"'   SUch   aS   NeW' Ze*land   and   AllS-  jtralia. To remove the latter temp-  ! tation is one of the great purposes  ��������������������������� of the Overseas Club and should be  jthe constant endeavor of our colonial  i governments. New Zealand has a  ' population of slightly over a million  'and is capable of carrying 10,000,000  '; with the greatest ease. Australia  'has a population of less than 5,000,-  jOCO, and should not be heavily populate 1 by 50,000,000. The two have  * potentialities-    incomparably    exceed-  ' PROFESSIONAL   in N D ER H Y   COTTAG^TlOSilMT AI  MISS WARWICK. Proprietress  M 'turnity Pees. $20 |.er week  Fees covci'iiiK ordinary illness. $2.50 por day.  EN DER It Y. li. C.    .  WALT  ER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUIil.lC-  CO V1-7-; >'.-1 NCER  A-<n;e.neiit.. ������������������f S-ilc.   Dee N & MortK.-i-res. Docu-' ing those of the  United  Kingdom, to  in ��������������������������� iti '.Vi'. ioii.-kmI.    Loan-; Nesrotialedu |     , -   ,    _, ���������������������������   r     ���������������������������        . ..    ,i i  which they are inferior from a world-  Olii.e: Koo-n". Hell Hl,.,-I(. Enderby. H.C. .... ,      .  '     power    point    of    view  only  because  &  _L._jyj_LLIAi\*IS,  Dominion and  Provincial l.and Surveyor  Bkll Block  R.  M.  W.  Endkrhy, B.C.  KEITH. ""  Oflii-i- boors:   illli.-.-I-C.M  l-'ureiuKiii.   i) to lf'::|(l  A fternooii, ,i lo  1  Evi.'iiinx, fi::if to 7;.'|(i  Sun lav. by app lintiuenl  , ifliir-iiml tJe-irK-S'tH K.MDEKH'l  ; they are largely unoccupied.-' This  ^meagre-p'oplilatioif^^constitutes^their  greatest peril for it exposes them  'not only to the ambitious designs of  | European  powers,  but to the hungry  DP     II     \V     KFITH J envy of swarming and over-])opulatcd  | Asiatic    nations.       There is not the  s slightest  doubt    that  if   the   Empire  .were    broken      our    exclusion    laws  i would  be very speedily challenged  by  ..China-and .Japan,  .aiil-.wc all .know  what  the    fate    of   British   colonization  would    be    if    emigration  from  Asia  bfcanie    free    and  unrestrained.  In  ten years    thc Asiatic population  of  New   Zealand    would    exceed    the  European, and  in 50 years   European  occupation    would    have    become  no  more  than j.    tradition.      Unless wc  effectually    populate   our   British   Do-  ' minions  they    cannot  sufficiently  assist thc Empire in  the gigantic tas'<  'of    maintaining    unbroken    frontiers  and    absolute    local    autonomy,   nor  'can  they    defend    themselves against  (..nee  in Hell brick: block on Maud St.. two doors | alien intrusion    if thrown upon their  own resources.     Self-preservation demands   that    everv    effort    shall  be  Where. Vigor Is Necessary,  In this day of fashionable glossy  locks out' must cultivate'energy or her  hair will go lusterlcss.  There is but one way to get this lns-  r'M'���������������������������by regular brushing. Massage  helps, as doos f-lectririty, but both aro  nf little account if not supplemented  with the night and morning use of the  brush  Don't think you are brushing your  hair if you give- it a few languid  strokes. As woll try to shine muddy  shoos by gontlo passings of a cloth.  Brushing should be vigorous, even,  .villi steady strokes that reach down  ro tho si.ilp You might as well not  brush as not reach the skin.  Don't economize on your brushes.  (Jet good ones with bristles neither  too hard nor too soft.- Tbe one Years  ihe li.-iir: tho othor faiIs to.,stimulate  the scalp ���������������������������  Tbo surest  recipe for lustrous locks  !s plenty of "elbow grease"  regularly  ���������������������������ipplieil. assisted  by cleanliness of the  ���������������������������(���������������������������alp ami occasional soakings in kero-  ���������������������������"iie  Finest in the Country  "Enderby- is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet lie 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 LccIrc'.)  King Edward Hotel, Pp,0 * t���������������������������RPHY  Enderby  BARGAINS���������������������������Prices net at cellar  door; delivery extra: choice No. 1  winter apples, ?1 per bos; No. 2s,  80c per box; box 15c extra. White  Potatoes, 75c sack. Good swaet  cider, 40c gallon; also celery, c.tb-  bage and cider vinegar. Geo. H.  Lawes, Enderby.  me WHITE  Sewing Machine  In stock this   week.   It is the best   or I wouldn't be selling it.   See it  and try it before buying; it will pay   you to    investigate; easy terni6 at-  fair prices.       - '      -        _>  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  mm  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-rAngelus  Piano.  J. E. CRANE,  Arsnt aljo for Cburcli smd Parlor Organs  AI.--0 I-ire nnd Life Insurance  Ollice in brick block op.). The Walker Press.  Enderby A Kent  The royal commission appointed to  enquire into the quality of the Douk-  hobors as settlers, has reported in  effect that the Doukhobor is a desirable class of citizen.  P.  MUSIC   "  W. CM A I'M AN  l\ O. Hox 1311. Kndoiliy.  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  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 in splendid condition for planting.  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar will be planted an., c. icd for at a  tn o d er atc=.cha rge .=  1G0 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 Ofbce, Enderby.  Visits or receive-i pupils for l'inn<>, Or-^an, Violin.  Kinirinu ,'iml Theory of Miimc, Kir.  Oiur'tf  for  thi- ('iiniuliuii   or  British  Academy  Kx.-uninntionr  M  STENOGRAPHY  ISS AI.  ELLIOTT  Public Typewriting  and Stenographv  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, 13. C.  south of KitiK-.K-lward  hotel,  Knderby, B.C.;'  POLITICAL^  TT*NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN,  President.  F. CROSSMAN  Secretary.  Lansd6wr\e Poultry  Yards  COCKERELS FOR SALE  of the following varieties: Brown  Leghorns, Bull Orpingtons, Barred  Rocks, All from prize-winning stock.  From $1.50 up. The best young stock  I ever raised.  W.  T.   MARSHALL,  Lansdown,  made to retain British migration  within the Empire* ns well as to  ��������������������������� draw to our shores as much other  North European migration as is obtainable. There is no more laudable  patriotic work than the encouragement and arrangement of migration  from over-populated to under-populated British countries, and it-is a  cheering sign of the times that  strong organizations should bc directing their energies in this direction.  Colonel Lowery, writing after partaking of the usual Xmas festivities,  says: "If you want to see Dante's  Inferno, just fill up on lobsters,  cheese, fried onions and mince pie  \rmstrong P.O.   before going to bed."  Good Rig?;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.      *  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Get Ready for Winter  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuildings  Mere are   some   specials in lumber  while they last :  No.   2 Lath  ... per thousand ...$   2.00No.   3  Bev.  Cedar   Siding    15.00  No.  2 Dimension,      "      "      ...   12.001x4 No.  1 &2 Shiplap     14.00  These are good values,and you will be pleased with them.  I OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������derby  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  WIRE FENCING  B. P.  SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts taken for erection.   Orders  for spring work now being booked.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  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 ENDERBY 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 profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO  J  J ���������������������������^Stmi. '.M'_. ii^iMilawi Q������������������_m_qi>t  _u<n5>Atin^ki>-_M-v>_u  ii-MiknwU-tWftfiSSI IKKftMl  ������������������������������������m������������������tw-w  ir*  Thursday, January 2, 1913  I'HK UNi.KP.BY  PKh.i-.-S AND-WALKKPv'S WEEKLY  1/  X  In  .������������������*;;.?? v:  'y/^v.    . \ ���������������������������'.', .  --_.V__.--_-  I'l*  Sow of tl>? S&lmntajp of (ft* Ind?r^ District  As Told by George Packham in The Board of Trade Journal.  Splendid work has been done by the Journal in advertising Enderby.    It  has proved a very satisfactory ipedium for making the district known,  and should bring inestimable gcod to this end of thecValley if consistently carried on, with the object of giving authentic information regarding the district.  HOSE who contemplate coming to British Columbia will  do well to decide upon a particular district , before starting, and  to reach that decision only after  carefully weighing the advantages of  that district.  This article may be a help to many  a man    by   inducing him to come to  .country bounding the Mara Lake and  I Shuswap river, until the village of  ! Mara is reached. Here the valley  ' opens out, and farms are to be seen  I on either side of the railroad.  At about 11 o'clock the first sight  of Enderby is had, situated on the  slope of a large flat two or three  miles    wide,    with   a background of  K������������������  w  w:yv\  ���������������������������-ir-,  ���������������������������   . ..r,'A   i.  Oknnae.'in Sawmills al Rndci l>y  to perfection. By planting the right  commercial varieties and giving them  proper care and attention, such as  prun'ng, spraying and cultivation,  one can realize from $100 to $300 per  acre off the crop, so it will be seen  a good living can be made from ten  to twenty acres. Such land will  cost from $100 to $200 per acre according to location, and can bc had  en very easy terms.  While touching on t'-e fruit question it should be mentioned that Mr.  Lawes, of Enderby, wen a silver cu.i  and several first and second prizes  for winter ap] les r-nd pears at Revel-  sto'ie in 1910; he v."bn the silvc.  Ban'-'sian medal at the Royal Horti-  cult ral Show, London, Eng., in th ���������������������������  same year against all convers for tre  hest dessert aoples. Baltimore UiJ  w-,3 the vrriety sho\ n by him, Mj 1  they were exhibite1 throughout F.n  land hy thc Provincial Governmon'.  ��������������������������� Frr dairy f-rminzc, the low 1 \n-i  along the ri er are t e very i.e_..  This land can be bought for from ?f__  to $125 per acre. Milk is selling f. r  12c a quart; butter'averages '.Vie re-  pound, egss 35c per dozen, hay -V-O a  Photo by J. ... j.imrs ton. Potatoes do exceedingly wei'  in  this  district,  this will depend largely on the capital of    the   settler.       A  neat    little  , house suitable for a small family  can be built for about 5700; stable,  say $100; chicken house, say $50;  but  'a nice log house properly finished  will make a comfortable home, which  is very inexpensi *e_ Work horses  cost from $75 to $200; cows from $50  society and dancing classes, all of  which help to make the social life of  the place very agreeable. The Anglican, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic,  Baptist and Methodist denominations  possess commodious places of worship. Banking facilities are afforded  by branches of the Bank of Montreal  and the Union Bank of Canada.  , :-    y"\ "ik Z\ '   -   :.  y\\ y/Xvz-y/'JJ  /*r ->*."*****%~   vjtj->���������������������������--    A  ,.     _      } C    -I;.  .-    > ;-^yV yj,:  *"..' --��������������������������� r \*zy*Z"?  '"'. /> I'V-Z-fi'-'  ���������������������������-   v     ���������������������������'z'/-'-/'^  -.-- v_. -i i  \������������������* y.  /ifi-z  V''        'P VJyX. /,      ?^cv.  Lnderby,\>one of the finest agricultur-   rolling hills covered with shrubs and  al a'id    fruit-growing districts of the I ightly timbered.  i roi'ince of British Columbia. Be-  tu'es these advantages, it has an  o e;i  and invigorating climate,  where  ��������������������������� nd  are remark a.>ic  for  quality and  size.      At  the  Lt**-.!)  bridge  Dry  Farming   Ccn.rLe._s,   'i'J2,  potatoes    which    won   disiimtijn  is  yy?:-'-~ :���������������������������������������������������������������������������������" ;-���������������������������-->-, -. -x-^yy- -, ;>.?. /  ^���������������������������f. ***Si*������������������  Tf bent on dairy farming one will  glance at the low lands awl give a the best in the world were ������������������ rwn at  sigh of satisfaction; if a fruit grower Hullcar, near Enderby, and pocat*_^*.:  ihe summers arc long and warm, and he will look at the sloping h llside j grown ly Mr. Lawes were-pari ..f rhe  t'.e winters mild. Here every possi-'and picture a'well-kept orchard ladtn j Provincial exhil it ct the N>;w Y _���������������������������!.:.  Lie advantase is offered making for with fruit. On arriving at Under 1-y I potatce shew, 1911, where i.ii.--y von  success. To know these facts may  1 e the means of preventing many  from booking prssagc to some out-  1 indish place where only disappointment and long, co'.l wincers await  t':cmk  How many men have been beard to  say: "1 wish 1 had boo.ced straight  through to B. C." Too late they  lind themselves settled in the wrong  place, when they realize that a l)ct-  _.tei___(_ountry____is____to__b(___foiuul_=failhcr  west.  Again, hc hears so much about  fruit growing in the dry belt where  irrigation is necessary. In this connection. I wish to sav: I have lived  seven years in an irrigated district,  and have found irrigation a great expense, both of labor and flaming.  Tt usually impresses the stranger  when arriving at Knderby how fresh  and green thc country and surrounding hills appear. The reason for  this is the natural rainfall and the  abundant snows of winter. They  are suflicient to jirow any kind of  crops without thc aid of irrigation,  which is an important consideration  to a person of small means.  British Columbia is known as thc  California of Canada, where the Englishman and Easterner will feel at  home under their own flag, with thc  addition of the freedom and ease  which are characteristic of this new  western country, and make life more  pleasant.  Enderby may bc reached by the  mainline of the C. P. R. to Sicamous  Junction. The scenery on the journey is very varied. Thc most impressive is that of the hours spent  travelling through the majestic  Rocky Mountains. It is here the  scenery makes one realize how insignificant are the works of man compared to that of Nature. Another  thought will arise to the enthusiastic  settler, "where does the good land  lie suitable for farming." This will  be readily answered when Enderby is  reached.  After changing cars at Sicamous,  the train    passes through  a wooded  EnrieiLj-h fliO.OOO Sel col. in " ismc of i uctu n  to $75; fowls average $6 per dozen.  All irnpleirjents necessary frr farm  work can he bought at a reisonabla  price.  Life at  Rnderby  Is by no means ,  ro*. ml  cf    toil. A    great   deal  of  amusement can be obtiiiui. Tin  climate is unrivalled; the summers  are long and comfortably wirm; winters are mild anl with the slow  come skating, tobogganing, sleighing, curling and hunting. Tn the  summer the lakes and crevf s aboun"'  with rain'Tow, s-ec^lpd and s-lmon  trout, and Dolly Vardens to delight  the hearts of those fend of the  rod.  A great denl of pleasure can be ob-  IJoniuof Mr. I-\ V. Mnll'el, mu'iucr >r n lurbv V mrin������������������ Mi  station he will be in a good frame of  mind to do justice to a hearty lunch  at cither the King Edward or the  Enderby hotels, where every comfort  can be obtained. After lunch it  would be advisable to call on the  secretary of the Board of Trade, who  will gladly give any assistance that  may be require 1.  I.nderby   affords     many   opportunities for an    earnest, ambitious man,  highest  tained-by the use of a motor boat  A ple*isant trio can be tai-en down  the Slrjswap river into Mira lake,  from thence into the Shuswap lake,  making a trip, if one wishes, of  250   n:*iks or    thrrca'n ts,    campin"  i out along Ihe way or stopping at  hotels in town on tho banks of the  lakes and rivers. In thc hills surrounding- this district --tu u -to be  lound several kin;'s of bear, caribo !  and other varieties of doer, gro-'se,  ] rairic chicken, duc>s an 1 wild geejo.  These arc    very    | lentlful    in  season  'and afford splendid sport for tho.->e  fond of shooting.  I.nderby has its opera house,  moving pictures, football, cricket, curling  lacrosse,   baseball    and   te:*ms  clul s,  troops   of    B.   C.    Horse    and     Boy  award���������������������������a   $1 000    cafh   Scouts, city band,    orchestra, choral  Lawes possesses a If tier  - Thc education.1--] advantages are as  ;ood as any town in the Interim-  possesses. A $G0,000 public school  with high school advantages is now  in course of erection.  The Okanagan Sawmills, which has  one of <the largest mills here in the  Province, employs from three to fo -r  hundred men, and the company shi~s  on an average-120 carina's a month.  The Enderby flour mill, which puts  out the well-known flour Moffet's  Best, employs .sixty to one h nd*-e'lL  men, and shi'\s Iprt-e ciu-nt.lt'es of  its product to the Orient and to  Liverpool.  The    Fn.'lcr\v   Pr>c'i and Tile Com-  Phul 1 by V. Moore  the  prize. Mr  of congratulation from the re itle-  men in charge of this exhibit, saying  that the potatoes from Enderby were  the finest shown. They wero the  'American Wonder" and produuul  levcn tons seven hundred -jou.i.Is per  acre,   v  For    those   wishing   to    engage in  market   gardening   the various \fye  pany    also    employs    a   consU'prable-  number   of    men.       These  industries  wilh  their  large    payrolls  constitute  a continuous sorrce of re/enue to the  town.  This district, has not I een boome I,  1 ut I"a.s urown entirely en its merit:;,  ind land has not yet reached tlie  high 1 rice it must before- lon4. Thi.s  it-wilFbif seen" the"in\cstn* wilTFe  safe in invcstiiiH his money here.  For th-ss who ct ntrol large c-ipi  tai there are t-rcat opportunities to  start in lustrial enterprises, water  p jwer 1 ohm available from tlie  liver aid creeks. A box factory,  srjsh and door factory, cannery, jam  factory, prj.lucc meiclnnts and large  convmerclal orchards arc amongst  those particularly needed.  chief of which are fruit-growing, tables, such as tomatoes, ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������arly po-  dairying, poultry raising, market tatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, 1 ninu-s,  gardening and mixed farming. !celery, asparagus, strawberries, n-sp-  Bench land is better adapted to 1 berries, Loganberries, gooseberries  fruit-growing. Land of this dcscrip-Jand blackberries realize anywhere  tion can  be procured that will grow ' from $100 to $500 per acre.  the finest fruit, including thc following varieties of apples: Northern  Spy, Spitzcnbcrg, Golden Russet,  Yellow Newtown, Wagner, Winesap,  Jonathan and others of the winter  class; also pears, plums and cherries  An intending buyer should be very  careful in choosing thc right kind of  soil best suited to his requirements,  as celery and fruit need different soil  for their successful growing.  With regard to house and buildings,  **^>e.<-**ft.*-i*  - -  Hi  n;  X\  ColtJiiwood Creek, n favorite curnuins. ground on Mabel Luke  [Photo by Kefir. Crnne  ,..,���������������������������;- j..-.>������������������^^u^w;.B?^rtsifW^^jjfcWp;(^)ii.w^vi������������������nc. y-. THE lilNDKKBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 2, 1913  "I?  nclerby Troop of Boy Scouts Enter  CHILD    TALK  the mmnicipal work for 1913 as mayor and  aldermen.       "Why,"  said  he,  , "So-and-so, and    So-and-so were not  Pat  .Mowat    is  socre-  of  the  troop,  and   C.  New Year Showing Good Progress. w������������������ heard ��������������������������� ciu������������������cn discussing muni-  CJ cipal  matters  the other evening.    He  Thc  past  year  was a   very  success-   Timers  by    Hugh     Mowat  with  Bert,   was expatiating    on    the merits  and  ful one for the  1st  Knderby Troop of   Blanchard  corporal. demerits  of  tbe   requisition   which   is  Boy Scouts.     Thirty badges of merit      In  addition    to    their  other  work,   being  signed  by    Enderby   ratepayers  have  been    distributed    amongst  the  the  Boys    are    this    year  taking  up   to   be  presented    to Messrs.   Ruttan,  Scouts,    and    they    have  greatly  in-   their  first   ambulance    work,   Dr.   H.   Blanchard, Teece,  Barnes,  Fulton and  creased  in    efficiency   in all  the work   W.   Keith   having    consented   to  give'Murphy    asking     them  to   undertake  undertaken  by    them.      Thc  troop  is   thc lectures in the course.  now composed    of 27  members;  three      ]\av,    Mr.     Hilton      acts  as   spare  patrols of eight each, and three mum-   Scoutmaster,    taking    any  patrol   in  hers  of    the    Underfoot  class.      The   the absence    of the regular Assistant  asked  before their names were placed  training received by the boys in these   Scoutmaster.  patrols    is    developing    in   them   tbe   tary-tre'asurer  traits    of    character    and  proficiency   Greyell bugler.  that are sure    to  bring out of them      Thc    uthlctic    oro-a���������������������������ization  in  ..on  the best they have.        ^ nection  with  the  troop,  is proving L  Each  of these  patrols" is  in  char;;.' . very  commendable    organization   ui.'  of an assistant Scoutmaster,  and the   most helpful  to the Boys.  troop is under    the able command of*    Jt is   proposed    to  hold   their  ':rs=t j  Scoutmaster   Campbell.    The  Beavers   midsummer camp this year, at Mabel \  are    under    Assistant      Scoutmaster   Lake,   if the   funds    of thc  organiza-  Prince;   the    Buffalos  under  Assistant ' tion will permit it.  Scoutmaster  Wheeler,  and  the Tigers;    The    regular    weekly    .iriUs  of  ih-j '  under  Assist.     Scoutmaster  Schmidt ' troop   will    continue    to   be   held   on i  The  Beavers  arc led  by  Frank   Pear-   Wednesday    r-.u!,,,  .f on eh  v.ec-k    ���������������������������lt!And W,,en  Jt is Prcscnte{1 thc rcclllcst  son,   with    Fred.     Jchnsm   corporal;   8 o'ciock, and the general nublic an-i 'is  nifl(le'   not    hcfcre'      ln   municiPal  the Buffalos by Reginald Ruttan with, especially   the   parents   of "the   bovs. iaffairs    tlie    ratepnyers    as    a whole  Willie    Faulkner    corporal;    and   the  are earnestly  invited. "     ! sPcak as  a    v,'hole-        Thcy  S!)CP-k  in                      _ [ the form    of    a    petition.   And  they  -r-j        i -r-w-i i^. . t t    i *��������������������������� 'sueak when that petition is presented  Hockey .Players -Organize Valley land not while it ls in the process of  -y 1    f~^ TTOll"     'signing.      The  men   whose names  ar.?  .ueague and Draw Up scneuuie o.i the'petition w-m be presented with  the  petition,     no    doubt,  when  it   is  The hockev    players  of  the Okana-j five minutes. - rcady to hc 1)r0sented.     Enderby Ins  Kan   have    organized  a   Valley   .cnjfuu���������������������������[    If a player is hurt during  the first | too  much    at    stake to lose the scr  oll    the    paper   requesting    them  to  'stand !"  I This citizen was sincere in his rc-  Imark, and sincere, too, in his fin-il  , conclusion that "perhaps these men  1 would not stand because they had  |not first been consulted. A deal of  ! this kind of child talk has been indulged in by a few of the unthinking.  ���������������������������If they would but stop long enough  , in their cxpatiations to think a little  | they would realise that before a petition  is  presented   it must bc signed.  endeavoring    to  eet ice  forjor second period,    a  substitute must  the season's playing.      Enderby.  and  ar  i  \cr-,take his place, anl if hurt in the  non and Armstrong are the towns [third period the opposing team shall  included Jn the league. At a niaot-* have the privilege of cither dropping  ing held on Dec. 5th, at Armstrong, [ a man or allowing a substitute to  Mr.  P.   1-L-   Murphy   of Enderby was j come on the ice.  vices of these men if thcy can be induced to continue the work, and it  is to be boned that all of them will  consider well the earnestness of the  petitioners and enter into the spirit  of the project   and  accept the honor  Don't  waste  coa r  time, and temper trying to get that stove right.  Let us repair it i'or you.' Our charges are  reasonable ancl you will find this the cheapest  and most satisfactory way IN THE END.  Send or phone for us today. Phone 31  OUR   BUSINESS    IS RUN   ON A STRICTLY   CASH   BASIS  elected presi lent of the Valley league |    Postponed    games    must be  played 10f' carrying    Enderby    out,   into  tbo  .I1'-.   U.    Wolfenden,     Armstrong,   vice,  -president, and  J.  G.  Simms,   Vernon  secretary-treasurer.        _    ** -     **   -,.  .  ion an intermediate  [days  of  scheduled  late within seven   light 0f permanent progress.      We do  date.       All  dis-1 not believe anyone 'lesires to see the  Unites shall  be decided-by "the o.Ticers j town "drop  back " into  the/rut" of" by-  Lt was decided that each club must; of the league, whose .decision shall be!gone   days, " and    the surest way to j  % fBiuraiiPKirosene 1  It Oulislii^lsfias or ^Electricity  ruminate  two  referees  to officiate at; final.  ganies'during    the" season,   the   .'isvv.-j - Following is  the schedule of league   atic effort on tha  flood Ot^y  -   . . . ��������������������������� i ^'Ssa^/[i**������������������iA^S  prevent .this is  by  concerted  system- ��������������������������� f^&t?^s&^^^^  the business of the  __...__.���������������������������  ���������������������������,..,.,..... ; i ���������������������������va^5rai<?..4a-'"i  part of all to p-it! \f0M!$p$_  <=  | uut i/uointaa ui v.Mt town in.the hanis j [���������������������������'--^ij.-^-^&a  f>pos-;    J.'in.-2���������������������������At I-Jnderby: Armstrong vs. j of the    men    who   have.proved their \} Z^0j$gd  i Eir'.crby. "! capacity  for the "work  involved. ! 1- *$MfflM&FS  Vernon:    Enderby  vs.  ing  club  to   field    their  own  referee,   games  Referees to bc  registered  with opp  ing clubs ;one week before games  Each  club  was    required   to deposit!    Jan.    7���������������������������At  ���������������������������?25 'with   the    secretary-treasurer   by j Vernon,  the 2r,th   December,    such  deposit  be-i    Jan.   10���������������������������At Armstrong:  Vernon vs  ing forfeited  in   case either team de- { Armstrcng.  faults,    providing    that  such  default'    Jan.   I.-At     Enderby:    Vernon  le proved    intentional;    forfeited  de-: Enderby.  f  J.  vs.  pfisits to be awarded to thc opposing team; deposits to be refunded at  close of season, providing no forfeit  lias I cen male.  "The names of intending players are  to le registered with the secretary  one day hcfcre the d.?tc of openin;;  game, and after said date for 30 days  before being qualified to play; cell  club to pro ide the other clubs with  a co;������������������y of the registration.  Each  club    i.s    to  pay  its  own  cx-  "iThTT  Jan.  17���������������������������At  Vernon:  Armstrong vs.  Vernbn.  Jan.'UI���������������������������At Armstrong:  Enderby vs  Armstrong.  -  Jan. 2-1 ���������������������������At  Enderby: Armstrong vs  Endcr'.-.y.  Jan.   28���������������������������At    Vernon:    Enderby  vs. ,  Vernon. j  Jan.  HI���������������������������At Armstrong:  Vernrn vs. j  Armstrong. " !  Feb.   .--At Enderby:  VeniDn vs. En-,  derbv. I  S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  mm  "'1M������������������as  HERE is an oil-burning lamp" which produces"  pure, white light���������������������������more brilliant than gas or electricity,  ���������������������������yet wonderfully mellow and easy, on the eyes. It is simple .  and safe, clean and noiseless, docs not fill lhe room with obnox-.  iousj-unhealthful odors.  To have abetter lighted home, with an  AladdiiiMant  will actually cost you notliiiifj.   It will pay for.itsclf in tho oil it saves.   I am  tlie agent lor thc Mantle Lamp Company of America andam telling you what I  knowtobcabeolmc (acts.    Professor Rofters, of Lewis Institute, Chicago, lii-ailr  a comparative Ji-tt of ai! thc leailinj; oil-burning lamps on the market���������������������������sn 1 thc  AlaJilin war. found to give the IickI Sight anil the mnsJ economical to un:. But you   ;.j  ;7 don't need to accept these strong statements on my word only.   All I all is thc oppoitui.it>' to prove   j!  jt   ifccna at my own risk.'   I will bc glad to let you '���������������������������'}  jj TRY an Aladdin Lamp 5n Your Home Before Yon Bizy :\  ���������������������������'>. i furnish Table, Bracket, IlanginE. Wall and Chandciier types of lamps���������������������������in fact Aladdin i__.nias_.or cveiy j  !j purpose. Jut! drop mc a pi't rani am! _m.ply.ay youarc interested. I'll be nlaO '.olrin--; an A'.-iildi'iJ.rxpto ?1  jj "show you ud Wave in your hoiii. to iii-e 3 aighl or twu, entirely wisho-jt ohliF .':-.n.   W.-il t!'? er-;& ioday.   g  .  ,      ,    ,   ! BERNARD ROSOMAN, Agent, '  Is prepared to furnish straight Mocks Grindrod,' Okanagan Valley, B.C.  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawa    The Mantle Lamp Co. -if America, Chicago,   Portland, _ Dallas,   Watcrbury,  vases,  peer   blocks,    chimney  blocks ;  Montreal and Winnipeg.   -   also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  s" Knderby, B. C.  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  At   Vernon: ^Armstrong  vs.  -rreTTKcs���������������������������fniT]���������������������������keep    its  own   gate  re- ;���������������������������Feb.   7-  reipts. . Vernon.  A  1,'ame shall  contain  three  periods;    Feb.   11��������������������������� At  Armstrong���������������������������En.lcrby vs  of 20 minutes each,  with intervals of ��������������������������� Armstrong.  CANADIAN' LOANS IN LONDON  MARVELLOUS   GUNNERY  At a recent meeting of the Royal  Cflonbil Institute, in London, a pa-  -pcr- was- -read - by -- Mr.���������������������������1<\ -Willinms-  'l\tyIor. tne Ltnlin iimnigcr of the  Hank (if Montrral, in which Mr. Taylor .-..lid thnt. no Kane person could  doubt. Chii.vIu's ability to meet its  t'.bliratitiiis. boLh in the way of in-  tci*|.*-t and |.rinfi"al; and cert-iinly no  oihf-r of the Uoiminions, including  India, could Imvc linf1 life:| its rptp irc-  menth .ui iiKirc favorable terms or  with less strainiii',' of credit. It was  doubtless   the    case  that public  bor-  In a reccny practice off Lhc coast,  of Weymouth, the Thundr-rpr, usin : -  Admiral   Sir     Percy     Scott's   newest j  guniit'ry invontion, the Fire Director,  beat all records in naval gunnery. |  The lost, shooting was done in the '  presriif-e of the umpire's ship, when |  the Thun.lcrer opened lire at 10,000 ,  yards on a target of the newest pat- ���������������������������  tern. Thc first firing w,..s in groups  of livr- guns, four rounds of Li.5 am- .  munition being got, ofT with excellent '  results. Afterwards      the    whole!  rowing    in    London    on   the   part  of   l������������������'������������������^'l������������������''ie of ten guns  was fired throe '  small     Canadian     municipalities   had   times al.    the    target,    which  at  the:  attracted    much    attention,   and   had   "ncl**:sir''*i  of  tho   firing  was  a   total'  aroused   some    unfavorable  comment.   WI'^ck.  .-"fareely     visible  at   one   milo .  Thero  might    be  people  who thought   (lisL)UU'e*        An    examination    of  the  Lhe    sums    borrowed     excessive,   but   target made    by   the  umpires showed j  those  who    possessed  a  knowledge of   *-'m'- t'i" Lllc '^ty rounds fired no fewer  Canada  and   the  rapidity  with  which , thf>n -forty-one    were    direct    hits���������������������������a  its small    towns    developed  into im- ; rncrvellou.s    achievement,     completely  .portant'ones would not share in that '��������������������������� eclipsing    anything    hitherto  known,  opinion.       Though     the    money     in-;The previous    best  was the Thunder-  vested  in    Canada   by  Great*.Britain !er's 37 out of oO,  made off Bcrchavcn  and   Ireland     aggregated   ������������������430,. 1-19,000 \t,lc WCck    before,    and  that beat the  sterling,  and  although  some  225  mil- | Orion's previous    rocord  of 24 out of!  lions had been    borrowed  in the last30-  at C,S00  yards,  made before King I  ten    years,    Canada's     requirements | George off Portland Bill last May.      j  wore not   satisfied, and  under proper] ]  advice there was no better field for j w> H. Dohannan, who established;  investment the world over. The nat- the Chase Tribune, and later, with j  uriil resources of tbe Dominion were ' d. H. Smith ran the Limit in Van-;  of vast magnitude, and tho develop-j Oliver and quit, lias recently cstab- 1  ment of those resources was only in ; lishod the Sidney Review and is'giv-,  its initial stages. inK  that district a  newsy weekly,  ��������������������������� m  -_--^*^_,'-T3_^^_^:f'-^ -.; ^,  f.Wr  ���������������������������*;-'^l  XXMmWk  ���������������������������''A  I.-  ^^^^-S"_s^2__#__-L  What kindof"a  silo will yours  he J  Wood���������������������������or  Concrete ?  IK you were to build t\vo silos���������������������������one of wood, tho other of concrete���������������������������sitlc hy side, hiicI  then could see them as they will look after five years of service, you wouldn't* have  lo think twice to decide which is the best material. In a few years more tliere  wouldn't he much of the original wooden silo left���������������������������the repairing yon'd have to do would he  ;is troublesome and cost as much as the building of an entirely new one. But the passage of  five, ten, fifteen or even twenty years will make no difference to the hard-as-rock wall of the  concrete silo.  CONCRETE SILOS LAST FOREVER  WIND,   rain,  destructior  ,,  fire nnd lightning arc alike defied by concrete.       You need no  insurance against its  ion,  because it cannot be destroyed.    Concrete silos arc best for another reason.    The  concrete keeps tlie ensilage, at an even* temperature, so that it "cures" better, and therefore contains  more food-value for your stock.  YOU CAN BUILD ONE YOURSELF  Al O matter whether you have over used concrete or not, you can build a concrete silo. Our book,  E w 'What the Farmer Can Do With Concrete," gives all the Information yon will need, not only  about silos, but about scores of other uses for concrete on the farm. It Isn't a catalogue, nor an  advertising circular. A handsome book of 160 pages, well Illustrated, and written for farmers. ^ It is  free. Just send your name and address on a postcard or In a letter and the book will be sent free  by return  mail.  s  ���������������������������ZT-r:  'MS.  ^  0k  Address Publicity Manager  Canada   Cement    Company   Limited  50S Herald Building, Montreal  TiTHEN you buy Cement be sure  ** (licit the "Canada" label is on  every bav and barrel. Canucki's  farmers have found it to be Hie  best. ;_p^____Rupi_Mci_i__mu__������������������-^_tt_������������������--!a-i_-_^  I*  l>lj  Thursday, January 2, 1913  THE ENDERJJY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  3  "Progressive Enderby" the Slogan  for 1913, Under Concerted Action  IKl  P  h-i  .-.*  1 '* '  III.  ml-  lh'  '.  &'  It  *'  US'  te  Tbe year ]!)i3 opens with almost  unlimited possibilities for Enderby.  At no time in its history have so  many things worked together locking  to its fuller development. The extent of the development of these possibilities will depend largely i.pon  the measure of public improvements  the town is prepared to undertake  and carry through. It >'s nut necessary to point out the nature of thess  improvements. Many of thv.n���������������������������most  of them���������������������������have been favorably discussed and accepted as necessary for  some years. As long ago as four  years some of these improvements  were taken up by the City Council  then in harness. Others have c.me  up before later Councils. But little  more than talk' has resulted, unless,  perhaps the need of the improvements has been accentuated.  The opening yoar seems to carry  with it the opportunity to undertake  these improvements and make them,  so far as possible, actual accomplishments. All .. are necessary in the  further development of Enderby;, all  must come   in   order   to give a safe  - and sure foundation upon which to  build. That this is fully realized by  the. citizens is apparent- from the  completeness of thc programme they  have mapped out for the ensuing  year's work. They have placed on  record their wish in this regard, and  as was pointed out some two weeks  ago, "are requisitioning the men to  act as mayor and aldermen whom  they believe   to    be the best capable  . of carrying    into   effect   the suggestions  programmed.       These    are the  men who are-being asked to stand:  "Mayor,  J. L. Ruttan.  41dermen���������������������������    Hi    E.   Blanchard,   A.  cFiiiton; S. Teece, ' F.-H. "Barnes;-and  P. H. Murphy.  In .requesting these men to stand  the petitioners'say:'  , We are of opinion that the time has  come when it is imperative for Enderby to make a definite forward  move.      For  various  reasons,, we  be-  - neve the year 1913 will be the most  important and decisive year yet experienced in the history of our city  and district���������������������������a year in which civic  interests will need, to be carefully  guarded, ancl development energetically advanced  In requesting you to stand, we do  not ask for any pledges, preferring  to leave you free to use your own  good -iudgment; but we as'i you, on  assuming oflice, to carry out, as far  as possible, the following program  of civic improvement:  1. All public works undertaken to  bc of a    permanent   and substantial  'character:���������������������������:  ���������������������������;    2. All streets at present in use to  be graded    up,    and   centre   covered  an   up-tp-date  and   becoming  manner  for a cemetery.  10. Complete City Hall and  grounds, and maintain same in good  order.  11. Investigate question of providing town with a sewerage system,  obtaining all necessary data and expert advice,, with plans, specifications  and estimates, so as to be in a position to begin construction work  early in the succeeding year.  12. As required by law, obtain the  services of a medical health officer  for the city.  We recognize that we are asking  much of you, but the needs of the  city are great. We have absolute  confidence-in your civic patriotism  and business and practical ability,  and are sure that the interests of the  city could not be in safer or more  able hands than yours.  ���������������������������  n,o question as to the capacity of the ;  men named in   the petition to carry  out the work planned."     A combined  people,   working    unselfishly  to ��������������������������� build ���������������������������  up the   community,    cannot help attracting the    attention of other men I  capable and    willing to assist in the i  up-building.     Like attracts like.      A '  public-centred      home   influence    will  draw others of the same mind to us,  and we shall   have made 1913 a com-  Colonel Lowery, writing after partaking of the usual Xmas festivities,  says: "If you want to see Dante's  Inferno, just fill up on lobsters,  cheese, fried onions and mince pie  before going to bed."  MANY EXCELLENT POSITIONS OPEN  W. H. Bohannan, who established  the Chase Tribune, and later, with  J. H. Smith ran the Limit in Vancouver and quit,  has recently estab-  memorable year for Enderby.  In England are raised the finest  beef cattle in the world, and yet  there is little pasturage in that  country. Peas, beets, mangles,  vetch and clover raised and fed to  stock will take care of eight to ten '  head, as compared with one head  where the acreage is given over to  pasture.  I .  lished the Sidney Review and is giving that district a newsy weekly.  The royal commission appointed to  enquire into the quality of the Douk-  hobors as settlers,- has reported in  effect that the Doukhobor is a desirable class of citizen.  Last week potatoes were $13 a ton  in New Westminster and dressed  ducks and chickens 25 cents a pound.  clean-cut and  admits of no  or   misunder-  <7  iff  w  mi'-  with rock to a width suflicient to enable vehicles to pass each other.  3. Extend cement sidewalks to all  streets   where   warranted    by traffic,  nd  where  property owners  are pre-  ired to pay   their share by way of  _._. outage .tax         4. Arrange for a regular system of  street cleaning, whereby streets will  be kept clear of rubbish, weeds ancl  grass kept down in summer, snow  plow sent around in winter immediately after every snow fall to clear  nil sidewalks, and all crossings kept  clear of mud in spring and fall.  5. Provide a dumping ground and  arrange a regular system of scavenging.  C. Make such reasonable arrangements as to remuneration for services rendered and for damage to  clothes in case of fire, etc., as will  enable the city to retain the services of an interested and efficient  volunteer fire brigade.  7. Arrange means whereby fire-bell  at City Hall can be rung if necessary  from telephone company's central  office, thus providing a first-class fire  alarm system at but little cost.  8. Improve street lighting system,  astalling a better grade of lamps,  nd, in conjunction with the Okana-  an Saw Mills company, arrange to  ave same placed  on a circuit inde-  >cndent*.*of the house service so that  .treet lights will not be burning in  the day time, as at present.  9. Acquire land suitable in character and   location,   and lay it out in  The    programme   is  straightforward.       It  double   interpretation  standing.     The first and only aim of  the petitioners is to get on record a  plan of next year's work so that the  men who   are   asked   to stand    may  enter upon   the    season's operations  in the full   knowledge of what is required of them ancl knowing that the  ratepayers are back of them in their  efforts to bring Enderby into a fuller  spirit of cityhood.     Briefly,  the cry  is for a  "Progressive  Enderby."   In  order to bring   this about there can  not be any room for petty dickering  of individuals    backed by selfish motives, or for hobby riding at the expense"   of    the   city's progress.      We  as ratepayers    and . business    people  should be   as   ready to get down to  tacks in municipal affairs as in other  affairs of business, say the men who  are signing the    petition.     To' start  the "year with   a programme mapped  out is a big   advantage, .and it puts  the men who are requested to act as  officials  upon a better basis  than if  t  they were asked to go into office in  the dark as, to what the ratepayers  wished them to do.        ' "        -     ���������������������������  -  ���������������������������r  The planning of this campaign for  1913 was undertaken by several citizens who hit upon the programme as  a sensible way of going about it. The  programme was referred to Mr. Ruttan on the eve of his departure for  Fort Fraser, whither he was called  in connection with his business interests there. He was asked if he  would accept the office of mayor another term. His reply was characteristic of the man: "I am ready to  support any other man for mayor  that the citizens may name who will  undertake to push public improve  =ment-=tworki==I^doj=noti=want-=-the^job  I am not seeking   the oflice.     But [  NEW    FEDERAL    LAW     COMPELS  ;    VESSELS   TO HAVE MORE VVIRE-  ���������������������������    LESS  OPERATORS.  I    Many    good   positions are open  to  1 young men and women in tho field of  "Wireless"  ancl commercial telegraph  service.    The    passage    of    the  new  federal law, effective October 1, com-  : polling    all    sea-going  vessels  to  be  ���������������������������equipped    with    wireless instruments  I and manned by two competent opera-  tors, has created a great demand for  operators in the marine wireless service.     Federal laws, now require.rail-  , ways  to    use   more ' operators than  jever before.       The    Morse Telegraph  Company,    opposite     the     Orpheum  theatre,    Seattle;    operates  in  close  connection    with-   wifeless  and   commercial officials,'* and can place grad- '  uates in good ."positions. , It will pay  you t0 write for full particulars.  The New  Blue Amberol Records  -1 - " - ���������������������������*  played on an  Edison Phonograph  will give you more pleasure than any records or any sound-reproducing  instrument have ever been capable of giving you before. This is because.  the Blue Amberol has caught all of the richness and  beauty of the music sung or played by the great artists, and  because the Edison Phonograph brings out all that is in  the Blue Amberol. And the pleasure you take in your  Edison and Blue. Amberols will never .diminish because  the Blue Amberol will never wear "and is practically  unbreakable.   Hear them today at your Edison dealer's.  Thomas A. EdUon, Inc.; 100 Lakeside Ave., Orange, N. J., U. S. A?  A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Record* will be found at  THE ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans aiid estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid 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 cattleare grain-fe -.���������������������������  and-selected by-our own buyers from  the richest .feeding: grounds/in_.;A_ber__.".  ta, and are killed ^..nd cut. istrictl " **.  VRBSHr'���������������������������..;",".'" '":' "���������������������������   / "'--' - - -  We buy first-hand for. sp.ot ..cash," so.  can give you the best price possible.'  r.KiMjx?mL-,r-"!-!-'������������������'-2*,s������������������  a  am shaping my business up north so  as to be able to devote my entire  time to the Enderby school contract  next year, and I might just as well  give my attention to the 'duties of  mayor if the ratepayers wish me to  do so. If I do so it will be to push  l.ndcrby__ ahead.__I_ do_ not feel justified in giving my time just to sit  down and mark time. If I am, given  a Council willing to enter into the  work . programmed with a spirit  similar to that of the Council of  19J1, I am willing to take the job  and give my- best effort to carrying  out the work. I believe the men  named on the programme you have  shown me will be willing to go on  with the work and I am willing to  stand with them*. I believe 1913 will  open out big for Enderby if we do  our part to put things in motion  and keep them moving."  To Manager Stevens, of the Okanagan Saw Mills, Ltd., Mayor Ruttan  expressed    himself    similarly. No  man has shown a deeper interest in  the development of Enderby and district than Mr. Stevens, and none  have been more liberal than he in  boosting the town ahead.* Mr.  Stevens represents the heaviest Ratepayer in the town, and he .was first  asked to give his opinion on the plan  of work for 1913. He freely gave his  unqualified endorsement, both of the  programme and the men asked to  carry out the work.  The concensus of opinion seems to  be strongly in favor of the plan of  work mapped   out, and there can be  ENDERBY FLOUR  QEEETS.  G. R. Sharpe,  '������������������������������������������������������<-'-. Enderby, B.C.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Bnderliy. B.C.,  Contractors & Builders .  First-class Cabinet Work  and   Picture FraniiriK*.  Undertaking Parlors in connection.     ' '  Next to City "Hall:  Made strictly from Saskatchewan and Alberta wheat, in the  ONLY MILL in tbe 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  ���������������������������e****  LOANS  Applications   received  for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE.  Fruit  Land Hay Land  Town Loti  Tho Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  L 11 11 ������������������-L iu Hlirt; Fire Insurance Co.  Koyul Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Lifedept  The London & Lancashire Guarantoo  Accident Co., of Canada.  HELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY  ^SVNOPSIS^OrCOArMIMNClECULATIONS���������������������������  Coal mining rights ol the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and,-Alberta, the Yukon Territory, *.the  Northwest Territories and a portion'  qf the province of British Columbia,  may he leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more ihan 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant,  _ Application _ _f_or ��������������������������� a lease __must_ be  made by the "applicant" in "person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the (lis-,  trict in which rights.applied for are  situated. **"*    '  In surveyed territory thc land must  be described by sections, or legal  subdivisions of .sections,-'and'in un-  survcyed territory .the tract applied  for shall be staked out by thc applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee for $5 which wiJl 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. li the 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 $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 Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  this   advertisement   will not be paid  for.  t  ; Z  n THE UN DERBY PRESS AND'WALKER'S. WEEKLY.  'Thursday, January 2, 1913  I  r.__3-raa*-e_SE_-_*s**-^^ .  Lot6, Block 1, Map 211A  Price,  $200  CITY  OF  EN'DERBY  ELECTION OF .MAYOR AND  ALDERMEN'  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby giver  to. the Electors of the .Municipality  of .-the City of Enderby that 1 require  tlie presence; of the said Electors at  the City Mall, Enderby, 13. C, on  ' *'erm*s, one-half down, bal onco 5 Monday, the i;-lth day of January,  six and twelve months at G p.c.  \   B������������������13,  nt 12 o'clock  noon  for tho pur-    j  iiuse.of electing persons to represent  Almost New House j  them  in    the   Municipal    Council   as  On  verv central    street:  electric [  mayor and Aldermen.  light;  city   wator  and   drainage. }     The  mode  of  nomination  of  candi-  ' tf    n i  dates shall bc as follovs: The candi-  C Ct 3. Short Time, $!,o)       jj-dates shall   he nominated  in writing;  Terms    one-half    down, ' balance jji the writing   shall    be    subscribed by  . ,   ���������������������������       , .   two  voters    of    the    Municipality as  twelve   mjnins hi^ |). c  3;proposer ond  seconder,   and  shall  be  __r������������������   1 or. ''delivered  to  the  Returnine* Oflicer at  Lot 6Gxl20 3  -my time    between    the   date of this  and    five  fruit trees  in \  ������������������otlcu  nnfl  2  P-    m*    of    tho  (l^  of  , ���������������������������!'nomination;  the said  writing may  be  This property rents at .-p. .  .    Zi        \  ... 5, in the form numbered *_ in the ached-  $5.00   ner    month,    and   pays  10 n  -IX  Stable  hearing.  ciently to identify such candidate;;  and in the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened on  Thursday, the .-.16th day of .January,  1.913, at the Oity Hall, Enderby, of:  which every person is hereby required  to take notice and govern himself accordingly. 1  Tlie  qualification,*,   for a  person  to  be nominated and elected as Trustee  arc;  That    such    person   is a house-,  holder in   the  School  District,  and  a  British   subject   of   thc   full    age of ���������������������������  twenty-one    years,    and i.s otherwise,  qualified  under    "Thc Public Schools'  Act,  1905,"    and    amending  Acts  to '  vote at an  election  of School  Trus ,  tees in thc said District.  Given  under   my    hand at the City  Hall, Enderby, B.C.   this 2nd day of (  January,  1913. :  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Returning Officer. }���������������������������  jsterilye-areat  he head of the  Petfcxde vith our  Good Goods.  per cent, on the investment, jj  Price, ?G00.00. Terms, one- jj  third (bwn, balance six and  twelve months at 6 per cent.       8!  uie of the Municipal Elections Act,  l'JOS, and shall state the names, residence, and occupation or description  of each person proposed, in such  manner as s ifliciently to identify  sach candidate; nnd in the event of a  Walter Robinson m  ��������������������������� . . ,    ���������������������������   ���������������������������  f r        ������������������ i poll   bein'4    necessary,  such   poll   will  HELL  BLOCK,   KNDKKBY        fjto 0])en(icl on Thursday, the 16th dav  _a_rs*ag*sgai^r'^^ !   ���������������������������   , ,��������������������������� ,   .       ,������������������������������������������������������      ,   ,,     ,-,.,     Ir ,,'  z_-      _ __-rrr-..-..--*-*��������������������������� _=^= i ot  January,    J9L3,  at the City   Hall,  ; Enderby,    of   which    every person  is  INDIAN     MURDERERS   CAPTURED j hereby  required    to    take "notice  and  govern  himself accordingly.  Moses Paul and Paul Spintlum, the  Indian m-irderers who shot and killed  Constable Kindness, some eight  mouths ago and escaped in the fastnesses of tbe mountains near Clinton  ,. The qualifications    for a  person  to  he  nominated   and  elected   as  Mayor  arc:   That   such    person   is   a   .male  British    subject   of    the   full    age of  twenty-one  years;  is   not  disqualified ' the  city.���������������������������Salmon  Arm Observer  under any law, and h:is been for the '  PURCHASE    BUSINESS  SITE  1  !    The    Fulton'    Hardware  Co.,   Ltd.,  1  j which  recently  purchased   the. plumb-  ! ing ancl  heating    business  of  Carroll  i&   Son,  has    made    arrangements  to  'purchase the    McGuire  corner,   Front  street   and   Alexander   avc.   Thc price  was,  necessarily, a good one, as  this  is  the  best    vacant    business  site  in  the city.      It    has not yet been definitely   decided    whether or not thev  will   build   in  the spring,  but if  thoy  do the block will be of such a character as to add materially to the appearance   of    the  business  s.ction   of  were captured last week through the * six months next preceding thc day of  e'ever police work of Chief Constable . nomination thc registered owner, in'.  Por,.-... ana aro ������������������������������������������������������. .������������������ tb. J.11 aL , ���������������������������������������������, '-^"^Om-. of .an��������������������������� ��������������������������� ,  Knmloops to await trial on three, riessed vhJ,|Ci on tlu, lf,st municipal j  murder charges. A close watch kept ��������������������������� ?s..essnicnt roll, of one thousand dol-;  on thc Indian women known to have ; lars,- or more, over and above any -  been companions' of the murderers j rf^eved judgment or charge,- and!  JL l - , who is otnerwise duly qualified as a,  prior to  their crimes,  ied  to the "is- ; municipfil  voter. j  closure of the In Hans responsible ior j    The  qualifications  for  a  person  to j  the  hiding  and    protection'o'f Moses i he  nominated  and elected   as an   Al-i  MT BUT  OF  pressure was brought'  and  Paul, and  to bear    upon    those aiding  them  in  eluding,  the    ofiicers,  and  they  were  finally, given    over to Constable For-  sythe.  derman   are:   That  such   person   is  a 1  CANADA.  ,175,000  Total Assets (Over)   $63,000,000  Pnld-Ufl-rapiJa!. Reserve Fund  and Undivided I'rolilS (Over)  male British  subject of  the" full  age;  of  twenty-one years,  is not disquali- i  Hcd .under any law., and has been for i  six months next preceding the day of j  nomination  tl-e   re* istered owner,' in j  the  Land  Registry  Office  of  land   or '  j real property in  the city of assessed ���������������������������  I value on  the    last    municipal assess- .'  j ment roll, of five hundred dollars, orl  r.rrm?r<iT nir i?vn Avn CQf p���������������������������nl.���������������������������������������������i -mere, over and above any registered  CHURCH OK   ENGLAND (&t.Geoige) !ji!di,.mont  .or    chnreei    and    wnoiB  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Com- j otherwise   duly    qualified as a muni-  munion;   11    a.m.,     Morning   Prayer; ; cipal  voter.  TnE CHURCHES  7:30 p.m.,  I  REV  Ivening Prayer.  M.   F.  HILTON,  Vicar.  -Given under my hand at the City  Hall, Enderby, B.C., this 2nd day of  January,   10.13. ,//  GRAHAM,  ROSOMAN,  Rnt-rnin"-'* Officer.  ENDERBY   METHODIST  CHURCH   ;  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine" Worship at I  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m. 1  Epworth League; Thursday, S p.m., ',  Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation !  to everyone to worship with us. PUBLIC   NOTICE  RKV.  J.  G. BROWN, M.A.,  Pastor.   L������������������  tiie   Electors    of  SCHOOL   DISTRICT  OF   ENDERBY.  NOTICE  Save Systematically  Haphazard; occasional saving,  seldom accomplishes much. It's  tlie steady, persistent, regular  depositing- of po many dollars a  week, ormo.ilii, or season, in the  Union Bank of Canada, which  makespnc financially independent.  The money accumulates all the  more rapidly, loo, because of the  Interest which is added every  six mouths.  Try it.  Endeiby BiancX   V/.D/C. CHRISTIF, Manager  Ve are going to keep at the head of the  parade vith our good merchandise. We  long since determined to lead, by never  putting a poor piece of goods in our store,  and by selling the best obtainable in  medium and high grade merchandise at  reasonable, just prices.  Ao one can ever lead us, because our  methods can't be beat.  <tj  --   - - -���������������������������-.-.-- -     :-.,;      -_3 --.  We have made our lowest, last money-  saving reductions in prices, and bur  "good things'.' are going fast.   :     -  Enderby Trading Co., Ltd.  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH  St.   Andrews  m .1 a-y=SG i-v-s Gcs==!-l=a^rn^^a n (U=74 3 0-  is hereby given  thc  School  District of  Enderby,   that  I  renuire  thc  ��������������������������� presence of the sale!   Electors at the  City Mall, I_ndcr'.>y, B.C., on Monday  the 13th day of January,  1913, at 12  LONDON, ENG,, BRANCH,  51. TIrrei!vl������������������j������������������c������������������i!c St., E.C.  F. YV. ASHE, - - Miinag.r,  Q. M. C. IIART SMITH,  Assistant M.jr.  NOTICE  p.m.;   Y.P.S.C.E.,  Mondav,  7:30  p.m.   ������������������'clnck l,onn- for Uie vwpaw of clec-  R10V.   D.   CAMPBELL,  Pastor. ,tinR a  pcrsjn    lo  rel,rcsont Lhcm  ns  . Trustee   on     the     Board     of   School  [Trustees of  Enderby, in  the place of  FIRST   BAPTIST   CHURCH  Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  Ui  a.m.;    regular    service,  3:30  p.m.;  Prayer service,   Wednesday,   7:30  p.m.  REV. Ii. G.  STEWART,  P.istor.  VANT ADS  Mr.   A.  Kulton,    whose  term has expired.  The mode r-.f nomination shall be as  follows: The candidates s,. .1 be nom-  Sealcd tenders will bc received by  the undersigned up to Jan. 15, 1913,  noon,   for  tho    clean-clearing  of fifty  acres     of    land    on   thc R. P. Dale  1  place, near Enderby, commencing at j  a point near the log cabin, 100 feet 1  from river front,    thence to the nor-  STOP  DO  YUU  KNOW THAT YOU CAN BUY AN ACRE LOT RIGHT IN THE  CITY;  GOOD GARDEN  SOIL; A VERY SMALL PAYMENT DOWN  BALANCE MONTHLY,   SPREAD  OVER    SEVERAL    YEARS,   SO  THAT YOU WILL   HARDLY  MISS IT ?  SEE  US.    WE  WILL EXPLAIN.  Enderby, British Columbia  describing sanro and contents may  have it on paying for this nd. Apply  I'f.-stollice window,  Enderbv.  She:if Wheat, 2c per sheaf; nnt hay  hailed. $10 per ton; timothy hay for  Pale.      C!.   Murdock,  Grindrod.  SPIT  CLEANED  &  PRESSEP-Now:  the  time   to    kcL  it done.    Orders '  .promptly    executed.        Rosoman   & j  Gildcmcestcr,    ladies'   tailoring  and  Dressmaldng    Parlors,    Clifl  street,  next J. W. Evans & Son's.   Repairing a specialty.  POR SALE���������������������������Alfalfa hay, second crop;  just the thing for dairy feed; loose.  Also a large number of pigs���������������������������young  sows and Berkshire boar. Apply  Stepney Farm, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������Gasoline engine and  wood sawing outfit. Will take half  of payment in wood. H. Greyell,  Enderby.  mated   in   writing;    the  writing shall   ^llcl"'i boundary of said property, and j  no    subscribed     by    two    voters    of   working west of said line. j  ' the  SchooT District "as'proposer and" "Tender'may" 'bV'in'"25-acre"l)lockV"or"i  seconder, and    shall    be delivered  to  f        .   , >  the Returnim,' Ollicor at any time hc-   lor wll01c-  twecn the date of this notice and  2      A" marketable    wood will have to  p.  m. on the day of nomination; the  bc  cut    into    four-foot    lengths  and  piled; tender to include price for cutting and piling per cord.  Tlie lowest   or   any tender not necessarily accepted.  ' H.  W. HARVEY,  Agent.  ;    Enderby, 11. C, Dec. 17th, .19.12.  FOCND���������������������������A     pocket     book.    Anyone  said writing  may be  in the form num  bored n in the Schcd-ile of the Municipal Elections Act, BIOS, and shall  state the names, residence, and occupation or description of each person  proposed,   in    such     manner  as  sulli-  A M ! W UD  AMIWUD is made of wood fiber compressed into heavy sheets of thickness  and size suitable for use in wall construction and interior finish of  bungalows, cottages, halls and churches. It exactly reproduces hard  woods. It costs less than plaster. It can be applied qui.tkly  by any one.  H. W. Harvey  WANTED���������������������������Sound    young   horse,  well  broken;   ten  to  fifteen   hundred,   for  delivery wagon.     State price.     Ad-J  dress O, Knderby-Press. "       . I  Agent  Silk Stockings  Real Estate Broker.  Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Oflice Block. Enderby  and  Watches  are articles that women seldom  buy for themsslvcSt  T is here their streak of  economy   shows,    Tliry huve a  mighty  appreciation for such things, but they expect their men folks to  buy them.  This is the place to  look  for women's watches���������������������������the largest, best   assorted, attractive  slock of filled gold and solid gold watches in this town.    Everyone has a  reliable  works���������������������������a   real practical timekeeper���������������������������their  upkeep  cost   is  low.  Priced from $12.00 to $80.00.    We feature the Elgin watch.  , F. PYMAN, jewler,    Enderby  Wanted--- Cream  TENDERS ARE    WANTED POR   NOT LESS THAN TEN GALLONS  OB1 CREAM PER DAY, DELIVERED AT PENTICTON, POR SUMMER  SEASON, 1913.     CASH WEEKLY.      SPECIAL   INSULATED    CANS     ;  WILL BE PROVIDED.  H. &K. Trading Co., Penticton  ���������������������������%


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