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 *^2==ae_,i  ;!  Enderby, B. C,   Dacsmber 5. 191������������������  AND  WALKER 'S  WEEKLY  Vol. 5; No. 35; Whole No. 249  Town and District News iri Brief  of People and Things Heard About  K. 0. S. A. Social in the Presby-  ian church, Friday, Dec. 13th, at 7:30  o'clock.  everything in sight, and in the harvest gathered in some wild parsnips.  That night theyi died. They were  sweet 7-year-olds, "4nd valued at $500.  fib  in    this    case.    ���������������������������   In    reality  the  school building is occupying the road jliott  about  150    yards    from    where  they  Mr. Gildemeester lettered many of; started to move it���������������������������ancl it will in all  the business windows on Clifl street iprobability remain there for the  this" week. winter.  Jas. S. Dixon left for the Old 'ome ' H. \y. Harvey this week signed up  land on Sunday, to spend the winter ,'a contract with the city of Vernon  months there. j to supply the power house 1300 cords  The Union Bank of Canada is now' of 4-foot cordwood. This contract  located in the Bell Block, corner of [will put several thousand dollars in-  Gliff and Belvedere streets. j to  the  nan js    of   settlers . who  have  T. Crossley   Rolson   is placing the j WOord to se,L ���������������������������   While Mr- Harvey has  balance of the implements taken outisublet contracts-covering the entire  -of the   Fulton    Hardware stock into   numbei" of cords required, he is offer-  Iris new implement store on Cliff.  ., J. W. Evans & Son this week institute a great December clearing  sale. -They are" offering some very attractive-bargains in  their a-d  on an-  . other page.  -%-   Manager Poison of the Opera House  . put on Homer's -.Odessy on Tuesday  night,   and    on    Wednesday   followed  ing a good price for dry cordwood  delivered on the cars at Enderby,and  is prepared to take all .the wood  that may be offered. ���������������������������_-  The loss is   severely felt by Mr. El-  FEELINGS  We feel to-nicnt-'Jike a lone man in  a go-devil twenty- miles from-.nowhere stuck in the" mud with a punctured tire and the'gasoline tank empty. It's not a nice feeling. It isn't  a pleasant sensation. . The gasoline  burner that heats the metal to pour  into, the mould to mould the lines  that are supposed to mould g,oo:i  public, opinion but in reality are  moulded by it, will consume but one  brand of gasoline- and clean itself  without' epsomizin������������������*. That brand of  gasoline was a   day late in arriving  ...    ,. upon tbe scene when wanted, and we  ,Attention    is    drawn   to the draft. tried another hrarrl    ..The ot,er ,in,  voters^   list, which',  .in    accordance  with  law;  "has    been - posted at the  with    some    very   good  reels of the;"3;\^,"_a,  ^^ on-:.the ||st'.?-nd ;mentionable'outside of a* pulpit or a  door, of the City    Hall for the information of the "public;. If; you ;are en  titled  to  JPR^u^^oe^  ���������������������������.    .  . . ,T      - ,       .,-,,.       '������������������ Vou-wish-, to--object to.any name'  7    X*7 7.XX._!mS._ ... XLhti which, is there, "you are requested to  on  e  great cowboy*-roundups'.  2 . ,/ .���������������������������*������������������ *���������������������������' '.** -.  , c.  works two minutes . and ski"*s five.  It would ^work better on ,-the -under-,  side of a'.dog/s.'ta'il. It mid*it kee~  the fire hot in that place, that'is un-  "Wi'shJ'!-it1"were-Hyie're.'  Fifth Annual Poultry Show to Be  Held in Enderby December 12-13-14  The officers of the Northern Okana-1 the Stepney orchards on a basis sim-  gan Poultry   Association - have found I ilar to that of'the Coldstream.   Mr.  it necessary to change the date of  the annual poultry show to be held  i'n Enderby from December 17th, 18th  and 19th, to Thursday, Friday and  Saturday, Dec. 12th, 13th and 14th���������������������������  next week. The poultry ,sh.3W this  year should be a success. The list  of special prizes is unusually liberal,  and should bring out a lar^e number  of birds. However, there is noticeable a lack of enthusiasm on -the  part of the. poultrymen. It is not  only here but elsewhere in the Valley  as well. The men who come in this  year will carty off the money. They  are the ones who will win' oM.t in the I  end.  The following named .citizens" have'  contributed  liberal special prizes:-   'i.  J.W. Evans &:Scn, P. R. Pressor,  H. N. Hendrickson,-A. Reeves, -W. J:  Lemke,-.B.' R. Peel,- F. R. Prince, A.  Skyrme will take his leave in April.  Mr. Halliday is now on the .ground  to get -in touch '-with conditions at  the Stepney before Mr. Skyrme severs his connectian.  - '   PEACE IN SIGHT    i  It now looks as though'there would  be no more war. in the Balkans���������������������������not  with the Turks,    at. least...-'The peace tf  delegate's'have    been together for-the  past  'weelc.br" ten*   days,- an'd" every  day they have been reported  getting  nearer a "peaceful solution.-, of the diff- ~"  r |Orences    between    them.';, Tt now ap-:  pear that Turkey is'to'be allowed to   -  retain'vAdrianople, and is to be:taken" -  into the.. Balkan   ".alliance..'en* a ~.cus: ;  toms- /basis.;   This is the'one point  thia't seems to" threatenW breakTin the  negotiations,  as Greece does, not.ap-  pear.to  'be ' disposed" to"'grant  this  CLOSE OF BOWLING  SCHEDULE  privileges in the music store window ��������������������������� notify the City   Clerk of ^ {^ q  of the J. E. Crane, and is displaying j 0*. before "the 10th inst      If yQU leay  a very  fine line of electrical lighting.it  ���������������������������nv ]n,,���������������������������or    v^���������������������������  ,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  u��������������������������� f      ,   .     ��������������������������� .���������������������������._...  novelties and furnishing       " ���������������������������     !       /���������������������������?      ?       * , b<3 t0������������������ late'   schedule wasplayed Ti-esflpy e--en'n~  no\eiues ana uunisnings. -,,as  tne list  1S  reqllired  by  law  fco  bc  Mr. and Mrs.    G.  C., Chubb moved | completed  by   that date and  printed  from Enderby    to Rossland the past'. immediately therealter.  week.   Mr.    Chubb's  position  in   the j  Bank of Montreal here has been filled  H/ Big-ham, Union Ba'nky^J. .BjCrane!  Geo.  Packham,--A.   E.'ii?uii\rtiljFh.'  i"  W. Harvey, Okanagan Sawmills, Ltd  Columbia Flouring Mills,  H: T-T. Mor  The   last-   game    in, tt-e     howlin  iheclule was played' Tuesday e'-en'n*-  between    Dill's   team .and  that cir>-  tained by G. B.  Schmidt.. The game  was  won    by    Schmidt,  thus putting  J. J. Dugan,    member of the Van- the Dill team 2 down'for..the schedule  ! couver board of school  trustees, and ancl six U.P-*  The Vvv/G Pllt UP hy Mr  by Mr.,.J. V. Mills, late of Rossland. i , ��������������������������� ,, ,r ,, ,, , _..,, ^  I secretary  of the Provincial  Board  of Hallett was won by the Dill teim for  The Northern Okanagan Land & In-j Trustees,    visited    Enderby  the  past thc    highest   "number   of games won.  vestment    Company    moved  into  the   week,  and  took    occasion   to  get ac- Schmjdt's team took second place in  ^building vacated by the Union Bank,   quainted     with     Enderby's    staff   of the number of . games won,  but  was  Enderby Hotel block, this week, and   teachers    and    to inspect  the school highest  in    total    pinfall.     Schmidt  these   premises    are now being fitted   and grounds generally.    Mr. Dugan is W3n   five   games    and  lost  three.    E.  up as an up-to-date realty office. .an_j3kl__sch_opl triistee���������������������������_,and_Jias_ harl J-  Mack's team  came in  third,  witl.  The regular monthly meeting of St. 'long  experience    in    this  connection.   "* ������������������an-'es  "P and   4    down;  C. Fravel  E. Taylor, P. H. Murphy, R. E.Best,. concession,;, being    afraid jthat'in, so  doihglshe--mig'ht-.soon-<lb6e.-the'**-terri-'.'  tory'-taken  -from, the Turks; by' the  Greek army. .  -  On the'other hand, there is trouble  ton,  James McMahon,  W.  H.* Hutch i-; j threatening  between  Russia and.Aus-  sonf G.   H.    Smedley,  .1. L. Ruttan. jtria "on' one- hand,  an i  the. Servians  Forster,&  Proctor.    Jesse' Tompk'in-jan<_ Germany  'dn'   the other.      It is''  son, Farmers* Institute,. E.  J. Mack, j reported   that    Russia has massed *$������������������  T. C. Poison,    F. Pyman, R. Bailey, |million of- her   troops en the border  J.  Warwick,   A.    Baird,  F.  Hassard. |of Poland, in order to strengthen-the -  H. M. Walker,  E. T. Petar, P. Lnnn-jhand  of "Austria  against  Servia. The  way,  Enderby    Trading    Co.,  Poison   imperial chancellor    of  Germ?ny  has   -  Mercantile    Co.,   Armstrong  Agricul- j publicly   warned   Russia   to  keep   out  tural   Society,    H.    W.    Keith,      T. >of the Balkan muddle.  These' natLr-s   -  Pound,  G.   R.   Sharpe,  A.  Fulton, - R. ;'may both-get into it before a settle-  J.  Coltart,  G.  Rosoman. .        ; merit is reached,    although  the gre->t  '      .powers    are    working  in  harmenv  to  CITV  BAND   BOYS'   DANCE   ,       ���������������������������"���������������������������,.���������������������������,   f). * '  prevent this.  x\  ll  -   'i\  t  '   5-1  \ A  i  il  ���������������������������J il  ;t\\  i-l  " '. i  i  ;  .j  -     -'   ' '?.'���������������������������  y9z77  .-' - i  J:  1-  ,1  '' ��������������������������� fl I  71]  yf]  ,1:  ii  Andrews Ladies' Aid Society will be  held at the home of Mrs. Scott, on  Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,  Dec. 12th. Election of officers will  take place, and every member is requested to be present.  The     Enderby    Opera    House    was -  He spoke very   favorably of the En-  followe(1   w'th 3 up and 5 down, and   crowded    with    the    merriest   lot of;  VOTES   FOR   WOMEN  t iv    0|/uat     v-iy       li.voiiimy     Ol     Liie     l-I."         ' \iuiwi,    i-nn   , i;i u������������������ licil nun        Ulic       111.1 1 ICIO       1UI    Ul J  derby     staff   of    teachers,    and was  E'L  G- Mann   taile(1 witn 2 "P *nA 0; dancers  ever    gathered   together .last;    A   pu|)]ic    meeyn r ' W{n \]  pleased to note the improvement the   (1ou'n*      Tile avei''Upe score per team Friday  evening,   when  the City Band ^ ��������������������������� .,   ,   ,-,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"      .'"*!...   l  . !?  .,     . , .������������������������������������������������������,,.   njii     1P1.] , -r,t ;   , ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ,     Friday, December 13th, at 8 p.m., in  city is getting in the new school now    Wus-   Dl11-    1613-4:    Per    man    134.4;, boys   gave    their    first  annual   ball:   t,       '        ��������������������������� .    ' '       '  in course of erection. , Schmidt,    team,    1682.3;  man,  138.1. j There were fully    two hundred peoole   ,'    . '    a     ������������������     '       ������������������n     \ S u������������������,ot^'  1 m���������������������������...     ).������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������     W9-1.        ,  ���������������������������       ,.,. , ..     ���������������������������        . ,   ,    i        _"      Navies,   organizing    secretary  of the  ,    The   Knderby    Scoutmasters  having; ^el        1         i ',-   T        \u   "  ������������������"      ������������������         ' '" ^ ������������������ ���������������������������    ���������������������������      X^ Woi������������������cn'������������������  r>oliti-1    **"*"������������������  ^gue,  The Oddfellows will  hold  their an-  received    no    response from  the  par- | ^ ^   ^ "'       '^    "''l '    XIX ^ C]X'������������������X    WUS f",oy,n,K h.,m8?,f will address the meeting on  the sub-  nual ball in the Enderby Opera House   Cnts of the Boy Scuts in relation to >h "m JT^       1                 "   ] T 'i    T������������������       Jhe Comm" ^^'"i."1 jeet   of   "Woman's   Political   Position  on New Years' night.     There will bc [ Lhc    proposed    Scoutmasters'    dance"'J^ Other"speakers"  features    similar    to    the  moonllRhL iUnd in repl yto their, open letter pub-                             c               K           sinple : unprovided    for.        The   decorations  dances provided, and  every effort put ! lished   in    these    columns  last  week  '^'^   'SC������������������rC'    Schmult>   G7',;  uncl   the  and music were especially fine..    The  forth  to sustain the good  reputation   have concluded to.proceed witl,  thei,'   "'f^    ,nd,Vld"Rl    SC0,'C���������������������������    ScI������������������"'^.   J^'crby  orchestra  never  played   bet- ^^     ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^  the Oddfellows   have    won  in  giving . proposed  project.   The dance  will   be ,    ,)n],s    .            .. n      ....    ..  X'1'' ���������������������������     ^    Aa���������������������������n ,la"C0(   UP    ������������������ ��������������������������� to hei ��������������������������� defray expenses.     "God Save  these annual dances. : hold    as   previously   announced       on      ? ,, J splendid all- ��������������������������� the   splendid    music provided.     The  One  acre    of    the    Lawes Enderby i Friday evening, December 20th, in .the ^ i   ,   *������������������T'   l\������������������'   'T    ,B������������������7 men |foaturM   of     thc   cvcn,n*    wcro-tho  Heights    property-opposite    that  of'Opera    House.   The    building  will  ���������������������������o P1^  .1to������������������������������������th������������������;r.   "-ouffhout  the ser-; moonlight wait, and schottische, the  A. Sutcliffe, was sold this week to G. \ appropriately   decorated  for'a Xmas ',                ?��������������������������� yf"' *���������������������������a������������������1"* i������������������m8  colored lights being t-rned off during  L.   Williams,   Walter Robinson  engin-  dance,   and    the    music  will  be pro-     T-,      ".J. P ^ .for  th������������������SC   thCSG ,la"CCS anfl  UlC lm"  I,ghlel by       '     " ���������������������������   ---    eering   the   deal.       This    is an ideal >ided by the Enderby orchestra       rt , \XXT                   . *? aVCrag������������������ P,".a h"Re Kreen"wl,iLc mocn in the'ccn"   Association will be held in the K. of  home sight, and it is understood Mr. {is proposed  by  the   Scoutmasters  to ' "''"T     .       tournameilt ,tre of    the   Cfino'^-     The fl������������������01''  tlie-^- hall,  on Thursday,  Dec   5th. at 7  Williams will erect a handsome resi-1 devote the proceeds of this dance to ''X^'5   XX- ,   1                        two  management,  the    music and  the re-, p.m.     All members arc  urgently  re-  dence thereon early in the spring.       i buying equipment for the troop   and ,?.                  S                       WaS th������������������s | ^shments-all were of the best-and ' quested to attend, as important busi-  it is their hope that'everybody'Imv-��������������������������� tournament,    and was somewhat j there    was a   crowd    in attendance-; ness will be brought forward  to follow. Mayor Ruttan has .kindly  consented to take the chair. All  welcome.     A collection will l,e taken  the King.  BOY   SCOUT  .MEETING  A   meet ing  of the  Hoy  Scout  liocal  The many friends of Geo. R.  Lawes ItaJ^nEewTirTu^e Scouts "will T j ������������������ffin ex-"-iment*     The next schedule | mostly  the   townspeople  themselves  were pained to   learn last week that|in& attendance    to   ass-is!���������������������������  th������������������  S      l ' ^ "C draWn UP    With ��������������������������������������������� ������������������f eciUaliwho enlered lieartily lnt������������������ ������������������vcrV cxer"  -v,���������������������������c-i-���������������������������,.���������������������������       i    ci      .     ."' 1C  ' C0U   'average for captain, first .second and  masters and   Scouts in the excellent   f, ,        ,,  ��������������������������� t .     .  third, and  in case a team is short a  this esteemed pioneer had sustained  a serious fall at his home and was  in a precarious condition. The injury was reported more serious than  it really was, although Mr. Lawes  received a very bad cut over the eye  and forehead. Ho hasv sufficiently recovered to be out of the house, and  no serious consequences from the fall  are apparent.  It was reported to us last week by  the men having the work in hand,  that they had moved the North Enderby School to the new site on the  Geo. Folkard farm, and that they  had only to place it in position on  the new site to finish the contract.  No doubt the wish was father to the  work they have undertaken.  cise and got the most out of it. The  selections by the band were greatly  appreciated by all.  CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT  Thos,   Skyrme,  who  has been  man  ager of the    Stepney Farm since the;  jman  when    it    comes    up to play, it  When   Mezekiah  Elliott brought his; will be compelled to choose a substi-  team of    oxen   to Enderby  from his   tute    whose    average is the same as  old home in Manitoba,  some two or {that of the man short on the regular  three years   ago,   one could, imagine j team.  everything but the squeak on the Red ^    m> "��������������������������� ~ ager of the    Stei)ney Farm since the,  River wagon of the '40s as they!TT regular monthly meeting of the resignation of Mr. Geo. Heggie, two  shambled along the streets. They ! *������������������S^al A^1"^ will be held in Lear8 ag0i:-ha8 i��������������������������� turn resigned t0:  became    a   novelty,   and later some-! ^ .  y     *    '������������������n Thurs(lny' Dec' 5th' | take up, other business.     Mr. Skyrme'  thing    more.       They    were the onlv ' P'mV A f"U attcmlnnce is ^   will be succeeded by Mr. H. Halliday,'  'sired  animals that didn't shy at the auto-j ' - -       maWles    when    these  go-devils came !    'fhe Knights    of   St    Andrews will  up the pike.      But they will be seen '., hold a social in the basement of the  no more.   Last week they attempted j Presbyterian   church,   on  Friday  eve-  to clean up the   yard .of a neighbor, j ning,   Dec.    13th,    beginning at 7.30.  They pushed their lawn mowers over I All are welcome.     Admission 15c.  recently . manager    of    the   Belgium:1  Syndicate fruit planting work, under j  Mr,  Heggie.     Mr.    Halliday was for  some    years    manager    of thc  Coldstream estate, at Vernon.     He is an,  ' expert    fruit-grower,    and   will  place'  G.  G.  CAMPBELL,  S.M.  Mr. H. Lloyd, an Old Country artist, retired, is doing some beautiful  pieces of crayon, sepia and pen und  ink work of thc beauty s^ots in and  about Enderby. Mr. Llovd thin'.s  there is nothing niy where, that ran  surpass the landscape in th's d's-  trict���������������������������and he hasn't seen it in its  spring garb, either.  Miss' Elliott has opened a public  stenography desk in the office of T.  E. Rodie, where she will be pleased  to receive and promptly execute all  orders for'' commercial or private  typewriting.  Don't'forget-the IC. O. S. A. Social. , THE ENDERBY PRESS*1 AND WALKERS;-WI..EKL.Y-  Thursday, December 5, 1912  ���������������������������v? *.   *     ������������������V������������������t,.  Several  New  Books  OM-OOOOOOOOC-00000000000  00-0-OC-OC<>G<>Cr<>0<X>0-CrO-00<>0<>  By the popular authors now in  stock. Also a large range of  beautiful books and brochures  for Christmas Gifts. Now is  the time to select them���������������������������when  new in stock and the selection  is   complete.       Don't  delay.  0<XXK}C-S<KX>OO<KKXKK>0<>O<K>  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  . Cliff Ft. [.n <*.'i-l>v  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  evory   Thursday at   Kmlcr.by. 1..C. at  .?2 per year. l>y the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates: Transient, 50e an-inch lirst  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract udvortisinK, $1 an ihoh per montli.  Le������������������al Notices: 12- a line first insertion; _���������������������������_ a line  each subsequent insertion.  Heading Notices and Locals: lijc a line.  "DECEMBER 5,   1912  ' rz.  X  X  :^  PRO BONO PUBLICO  t     X���������������������������>   \  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  '.n lerby \..i\v.e No. 10  .teKular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at S p. rn. in Oddfellows Hall. VisitiPK  brethren  cordially  invitee).  I-". H.   BARNES  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  Kr-Sg' ^^^)   Eureka LocIkc No. 50  Meets every Tuesday evening at S o'clock, in I. 0.  O. V. hall. Metcalf block. Visiting brothers alwavs    welcome. "WM    DUNCAN. N. G.  GEO. BELLAMY, V. G.  R. E. WHEELER. Sec-y.  J. H. GAYLOKD, Treas.  A. SUTCLIFFE  W. M.  Hall  "ntert  suita  linu.i  ENDERBY-LODGE  No. 8.r>. K. of I'.  -  Meets every  Monday  evening  in K.of P. Hall.    Visitors cordially invited to attend.  '   G. G.CAM.,1.I_I_L,-C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.K.S.  -  T;.E. RODIE. ;M.F.  ile fo r; i-uj-.-rts. D mces and all public  nts.    Fm- rates, etc., address,,.  -   ���������������������������   ��������������������������� T-.  E. RODIE, Enderby  E  PROFESSIONAL  NDERBY   COTTAGE   HOSPITAL  "MISS WARWICK. Proprietress  Maternity Fees, $20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness, S2.!iQi>er day.  ENDERBY, li. C.  W  AI.TUR ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER  '  Agreements of Sale.    Deeds & Mortgages.   Documents .Vitne^sed.    Loans Negotiated  Office: Room 2, Hell Block, Enderby. B.C.  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  =====F-,iTn,.ticiiil*=l-ainiliSiii-v-������������������.vr,r-  Bell Block     ^Enderby. B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Ollice hours:    Forenoon.  0 to 10:3d  Afternoon, 'A to 4  Evening, <;:"0 to 7:.'50  Sundav, by appointment  Olli.���������������������������: Cor. ClilT and George .Sis. ENDERBV  Editor Enderby Press:  | 0Dear Sir:     in    view  of the notice  from; some    of   the  Scout loaders in  ��������������������������� yourj last    issue,   and your comment  regarding   the    Scout ball,   _ shoild  like to make a star.em.vit.  I    I asked one of the Scout Ic-id.t-s- if  it  Would  not  be possible to  .-ir."a:i:;������������������!  :j some  ot-her    form  of  event 32;  instead1  1 of the proposed ball.   I also t-ave my j  ��������������������������� reasbns for making the requ...**;. r:'hat '  !a large    numberx'~?tf parents ob.i<)'.-':(l ,  to their boy's going "to a public l-i-ll, |  and  also  that    many  >��������������������������� li > were tyie 1  in sympathy with t ie .-'���������������������������(.������������������������������������������������������jut wor* d:d ���������������������������  not .approve    of    Lhc   lance       J  s ii i I  , that in my opinion   it would  be bet- ;  1 ter if something were arranged which !  j all the boys would be free to attend, 1  I and  of    which   others would not disapprove.     I mentioned also that the  j feelings  and   principles  of  others who  j were  working    for    the    help    of the  i same  boys    in   other    ways deserved  ! consideration.       T    hope  my  sugges-*  tion  was not made with any want of  civility.  The nrescnt   matter    is not a ciu;s-  1      ***-  (tion  of the good  or ill of the dance.  ,It is the recognition of facts.   There  .'have  been    and    are    many  in  every-.  [community    who    do not approve of  i the dance and  especially  of  the  pub  ; lie ball.   -But    there-are  also  many,  iwho, although  they regard the dance  jas  a  desirable  thing,   heartily  dis-iu-  1 prove of    the    presence at a ball,  of  'children,    who    have  not  the  .simp!?  /elements of a common educacidn, .1 r  _a reasonable   maturity   .of character.  ��������������������������� '_I;.*am    not    disparaging   -the  Sc*- t  ;    .*  -,,*. ,r,f ... .        a  organization,    nor    the   work  of  the  leaders in e.iving their time and effort  for the help of the boys.     But -jth'jrs  I who  have   worked    and  do  wor's  for  the boys have, done at least as mm'n  to help   them   to    the    right I.ind of  ; manhood   as   the   Scant   organization  ; is likely to do.   One need not In. fon-  sidered    narrow-minded     1    ne -'iues-  j tions whether the course jjun;i!<!<l It.-t  year.and proposed  this  yu-  is ewn  consistent    with    the. principles  and  ] aims of  that  organization.    -I-  puts  I the  full  pressure  :-f  the  ��������������������������� r.-.iiiixi.ticn  on some    boys   to    load  them  v? do  i what neither their'parents nor    M'ts  1  interested in them consider expcilir-h".  t  ^\nd=a���������������������������Gei-fcifiGate^of���������������������������pc.Tnisqion==oi-  1 change in the name do not alt-.r this  ; lact. The number who wore kept  j from attending last year sliui-lrt  ! provide some information in answer  to the request made.  \ DUNCAN   CAMPDUi.l..  year when theirv parents: are: not in  attendance with them, what harm  can come to them in the presence of  their parents in a social,,dance happily  mixing"��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� witliT  their"*- friends    and  .         .__.'..      try,  neighbors, all *t_jpf whom wish them  well and are there solely' to patronize  their    organization ' ari'd  assist  it  in  . r  the  good    work     itj.j.,s  doing ?   Tt  is  true, there    are   those in every cum-  munity who through prm<;ip'.e do not  wish to dance.   It is "also true, there  ',"1,.--)  are  those "in    cverjf   community  who  do wish to dance, yf-it;isn't a question of good or ill;* is it then a question of-- me not V wishing to dance  therefore you shall not? If no evil,  then why this hubbub ?���������������������������Ed.)  BRITAIN WANTS  OUR FLOUR  Under thc proposed reciprocity  agreement fought over in Canada at  the last election wheat was to go to  the United States,-' a country which  is a great competitor of the Dominion in the export of wheat and flour,  and which wanted Canadian wheat  only for the benefit .of the milling industry and the carrying trade of the  United States. A report to the Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa, from J. 13. Roy, trade commissioner at Birmingham, shows that  the demand for Canadian wheat flour  in England, is increasing. ; Inquiries  are reaching the office for hard',wheat  flour, and Mr. Roy understands that  a big demand for the Canadian product is likely, a.s the quantity and  quality of British and continental  wheat are not up to the average.  Bank of Montreal  ' Established   1817  Capital, ?16,000,000     ' Rest,   ?1G,000,000  *- i ������������������  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 5. O. M-. CL,  President, R. 3. Angus,' Esq.   Vice-President, Sir Edward Clouston, Bart.  .   n       G eneral Manager, H.V.Meredith    "  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW  YORK an'd CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at' current rates.  Interest credited  10th June and 31st December.  NDERBY BRANCH . A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  FREE  TO FUR SHIPPERS  The most accurate, reliable ami only Market lteport  nml Price l.i������������������t of IU kiml pulilislicj.  "Sljr.^hulu'rt f-Miipprr"  Mailed  KIIKK   to  thoseJ iuti-ri'&ti-il  in   Haw  Kuril  .SEND US YOL'R NAME ON A POSTAL���������������������������TCDAY  It's-not a Trapper's Guide, lint 11 inilhiciitimi i-sueri  every two weeks, wliich gives ymi r. poi Is of wh.it Is  doing in all the Markets of the World in American  Raw Furs. This Information is worth hundreds of  dollars to you.  Write for it���������������������������NOW���������������������������IT'S FREE  A.  B.  SHUBERT  The Largest House in the World dealing exclusively In  American Raw Furs  25-27 W. Michigan St., Oept. 135CHICAG0, ILL, U.S.*  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest''brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10 *  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, ������������������  H. MURPHY  roprietor  Enderby  me WHITE  Sewing Machine  In stock this   week.   It is the best   or I wouldn't be selling it.   See it '  ancl try it before buying; it will pay   you  to    investigate;  easy  terms  at  fair prices. '       * "  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  Disc Records * -  . Perforated Music Rolls, from 15c up. .    ..   ~  For all Player Pianos  Always in stock - >  Leave your order with us for Edison or Disc Records, if we haven't*1  what you want, in  stock.  --  See and  hear the' Gourlay-Angelus-  Pianb.  - Adroit also for Church and Tarlor Organs S'  AJ>o l-'ireand Life Innjrance  Ollicu in brick block opp. Tht; Walker Press.  J. E. CRANE,  Enderby Ag:ent  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  MUSIC.  P  W. CHAPMAN  V. O. Hox iny. Emit .by.  Vi-it* or rei-i'ivi'-. (iiiiiIIm for I'iuiiu. Oritan, Violin.  SinciiiK iiml TiH'ory of Music, Etc.  CourM:S  for the Canadian   or  British Academy  Examination*  M  STENOGRAPHY        ISS M. ELLIOTT  Public Typewriting  and Stenography  Ollice   In Hell brick block on Maud St., two doorn  Month of KinK   I'Mwunl   hotel,  Eixltrhy, B. I .  POLITICAL  T?NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  -^ ASSOCIATION  J. ._, RUTTAN,       A. F. CROSSMAN  President. Secretary.  Lansdowne Poultry  Yards  COCKS KOI't SALE  of the following varieties; Brown  Leghorns, Bull Orpingtons, Barred  Rocks. All from prize-winning stock.  From $1.50 up. Tbe best young stock  I ever raised.  W.   T.   MARSHALL,  Lan.sdown,   Armstrong  P.O.  |     (Without    wishing    to   intrude,   nor  to take-upon    ourselves  the privilege  of replying to Mr.  Campbell���������������������������a privilege  and  a  duty  devolving  upon  Mr.  Cl.    C.    Campbell,    scoutmaster,     we  would  like to ask a few questions of  fact,  not  of    Rev.     Mr.   Campbell  in  particular,   but  of  anyone   interested  in following thc burrowings of a mole  'in a mountain.     The Rev. Mr. Cainp-  'bcll says it is   not a question of the  good or ill of the dance,  but a quns-  ' tion    of    facts.       What     facts?   The  .Scouts  of  Enderby  have  been  organized  two    years    or   thereabouts,   wc  .believe.      Thc    Scoutmasters  now  m  charge  of  the    movement have  f. ltli-  fully  met witb    thc boys cvjh week.  The  parents  of the  boys  Live J.\o-.n  explicit confidence in  Uie gool iea_h  ing and good judgment of the met: -n  charge.     Thoy    have    uovor    ���������������������������  ad;*,  a  complaint.      The only complaint-that  | has been heard at all was xh<\i made  .last year when, to raise funds for the  organization,   the  Scoutniiisr.prs' gave  their first annual  'mil.    \nd the people   then   complaining   mv.l   r.���������������������������w  complaining, are people who are witim\r,  boys  in    thc    org!iniMti.)n,  and   who  never    have    attended  a   ���������������������������**:coi!t  .'ri:l,  ; which,  by the   way, are held weekly,  and did  not attend  k.^t year', duv.ro.  jand will not attend'this.     Why?     If  'the boys are safe in the hands of the  Scoutmasters    lifty-two weeks in  the  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new  booklet dcsL-i-iptive of the Mara Diu-  trictis now out.   CRT   ONK,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard,Mara,B.C.  |> *^>$^-$���������������������������x$-M^3*--*$^^  J E. J. Mack I  11 Livery, Feed & Sale Stables |  11 ENDERBY, B. C. i  it = *  If     Good Rigs;   Careful.Driv- f  ; f ers; Draying of all kinds.      f  f     Comfortable and Commo- <|  ; % dious Stabling for teams.      1  l ��������������������������� $  <������������������> Auto for Hire $  t Prompt attention to all customers <$  v &  J?     Land-seekers   arid   Tourists in   >������������������  ������������������ viteil to tfive us a trial. ^  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the b enches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, a net, 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 ano c.iied for at a  moderate charge. ,  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots . ��������������������������� now on the market at -$llo  per acre.  rf^r-TTfTfirtlf^  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,  !    Deer Park Land OfTice, Enderby.  Get Ready for Winter  Fix up your House; Barn  and Outbuilding's  Mere arc   some   specials in lumber  while they last :  No.   2  !,nth  ... per thousand  ..,?   2.00No.   3  Bev.   Cedar  Siding    35.00  No.  2  Dimension,      "      "      ...   12.001x4  No. 1 &2  Shiplap     14.0C  These are good values,and you will be pleased with them.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  V ���������������������������     "  ��������������������������� ;. ...  **""    '"-'.",'���������������������������"" "���������������������������"T^T-T.I!���������������������������' '-,'. l^r:*.^'".""" ""'",','��������������������������� '"T ���������������������������'   '"   ','  ������������������������������������������������������"*���������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*-������������������������������������������������������ '"���������������������������-���������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������- -���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.. ., ���������������������������_. .,���������������������������,���������������������������_),  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 piit on au extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we 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��������������������������� .      V    '���������������������������  '  H. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO Thursday, December 5, 1912  TiUft &MDBKBY PRESS AND WALKERS WEEKLY  y  ZD  -������������������������������������������������������si  4  f-4  GREAT  DECEMBER  1!''=-  li  ,'-. ������������������������������������������������������;- ���������������������������  Starting Saturday, Dec. 7th, antl conti^uing��������������������������� throughout the  month, we will make these big" reductions in all lines  These Prices are for CASH.  Anything charged will he at  Regular Price.  v  !AHhese prices choice-will-vanish  We are closing out our stock of Ladies'  and Children's Wear, at These Prices:  "Children's White Canvass Slippers," reg." $rt6~$1.50f~how, per pair, 4*flr  Red Kid Slippers, reg. $1.25 and $1.35,^  Black and Tan Slippers, reg. $L 25,  Pink and Tan Slippers, reg. $1.50 and $1.60,    "  < l it it << H        an n������������������ < ( <<  Boots, regular $1 to $1.50, ....  Boys' Boots, regular $1.75 to $1.25,  Ladies'Boots,    "      $2.75 to $3.50,  "      $4.00 to $5.00,  "   Oxfords'regular $2,25 to $2.50,       .!'  ;   $3.00 to $3.50,  "      $4.00 to $5.00       ' '  Ladies'Slippers,     "      $2.00 and $2.25,   $2.50 to $3.00,  "      $3.50 to $4.00,  Men's Boots, any make except Minister Myles, for  50c  60c  90c  $145  65c  $115  $195  2.90  J.60  2-35  290  J.4S  J.85  2.65  3.90  Men's Fine Shirts, reg. $1.25, now  90c  __P.ER.CENT DIS.COUNT_.ON;  Dry Goods,       Gents' Furnishings,  Clothing, Boots and Shoes,  Chinaware, Tf^\f Q  20  PER CENT. DISCOUNT ON-  RUBBERS  10  PER CENT. DISCOUNT ON-  GROCERIES  SPECIAL F0R Saturday, Dec. 7th:  Any Suit in the Store at  $15  .00  Regular Price,  from $20 to $27.50  J. W. EVANS & SON, Enderby, B.G  fe'I  I  - '-i .M  ��������������������������� "If-1  3*1 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, December 5, 1912   'v  British Columbia's Forests Capable  of Producing $100,000,000 Annually  Few of us fully realize the immense ; any time to start a blaze which i  f 5rest wealth of our Province. How would undermine the prosperity of j  many of us are aware of the fact the country. The importance of pre- |  that within the confines of British venting fires it is impossible to over- ,  Columbia stands much more than state. The growth of the Province  one-half of all Canada's merchantable  depends upon  the forest.  timber;   of    the    fact that  thc  forest ' *   was    last    year      productive    of    an j THy NEW    AMBEROL  amount of wealth almost suflicient to J  buy  every  morsel    of food  consumed  in   the    province.     How  many   know  that in seven years the  made enough money for the government to pay for all the roads,  wharves and bridges constructed in  that period; and how many are  aware that the forest is being cut  only one-c|iiarter as fast as it is  growing, and that without any detriment to our woods there can be produced iuni'ber worth $100,000,000 annually.      Let  this sink in !  At least SI00,000,000 annually is the  v-lue placed upon the potential  growth of British Columbia forests  hy R.  E.  Benedict, chief of operation  Since    the    appearance    of the new  Edison    Amberol,    the    finest phono-  !        v   on  tiie    market of the cabinet  forest has ;  type, Mr. Crane, of the Enderby Music Store, has placed eight of them  in Enderby homes. These are an expensive machine, but the quality of  the music produced ancl the excellent  workmanship on the machine, make  it a luxury to be desired. It goes to  prove that the demand of the public  is for something good, not cheap. It  is his quick recognition of this fact  that has made Mr. Crane so successful in the music business. He has  striven at all times to get the best,  and will handle nothing else. His  newest move    is    to place a stock  of  These  Greeting  Cards  are  going  rapidly  I  in   the  Forest Branch  of the  Depart-L,     <���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   v'  ,,7..^    _, ���������������������������T    i ���������������������������  , ,     , l ithe famous White Sewing Machine on  ment of lands, Victoria.  Cards  the market in "Enderby. This machine is to sewing what the Amberol  is to music. He is placing them in  the homes of Enderby. They make  Christmas gifts worth while.  "Bringing the estimate down to the  very lowest, the area of timber-producing lands in the Province is 65,-  000,000 acres," says Mr. Benedict;  "and every acre should produce 100  board feet per annum. This would  make our timber crop 6-_- billion feet,  worth about G. million dollanHo the! -Son," said the father of an enei-  Government, and probably fifteen ;gctic Enderby hopeful, "why don't  times that amount to the community jyou, plav    circiIS?       It-S  great  fun_  AN 'ARTFUL ENDERBY DADDY  before it is in its final state of man  ufacture."  At the.present time, in British Columbia there is being cut about- 1������������������.  billion  feet    per    annum.      It is evi-  i      i i  II l      ll  III l  Ml        II  r    i  ii i  i     i  JU  III         1  III        II  i     i  JU  III         1  1     1  III        II  =] ���������������������������  )L  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'.  First you make a sawdust ring���������������������������"  "Where'll I get any sawdust, dad?"  broke hi the urchin. \   '  '"Here's    the    saw,"  replied  daddy ' Have  YOU  artfully, "just saw some of that cord j  dent,    therefore,    that the lumbering ! wood 1nto stove    lengths.      You can  industry us just one-quarter developed   haVe all the sawdust you make.','  - But beiore    the    full expansion can  take place,  the  timber must," be protected from  fire.      A  dry*season and  a little carelessness might combine at 'A. Reeves'  Some exquisite calendars" are being  shown in  the- new stock displayed  at  ordered yours  GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE  We are offering our New Brand Kerosene oil which we  claim to be the Best Grade of oil made yet. In refining this  oil we use a double process, which takes out all bad odors.  This oil will give a clear White Light and Last Longer.  In order to advertise this oil, and get the people of the Northwest using our oil, we are going to GIVE AWAY 2000 of  our new style, large size Nickel Plated Parlor Lamp that stands 24 inches high and has a large White Dome Glass Shade.  This Lamp gives 100 candle power light and is a Beautiful Lamp for any home, and cannot be bought at any store for less than  $6.00.  OUR  Send us an order for one Barrel of our famous SILVER WHITE KEROSENE OIL, that holds 42 Imperial gallons, or  52 American gallons, at 27_-c a gallon. We will send you FREE one of our Parlor Lamps as mentioned above, and if you are  not well pleased with this oil and lamp we will make no charge for what oil you have used and will refund your money  -o cheerfully. We make shipments promptly and pack lamp so  it cannot be broken. We will give away only 2000 of these  lamps, so fill out coupon below and send us your order at  once.  Address all orders to���������������������������  o-  EMI'IRE OIL CO.,  Winnipeg,  Manitoba.  Enclosed find $U.oh. Please send me one barrel f..f _'ju_- Korn.'-vne  Oil, with which I am to receive one of your Parlor Lamps FREE, n:'lh  tbe  understanding that if 1 am  not satisfied, my money will he r..turned.  Name  Town  Empire Oil Co.,  0-  0  Box 2196  Winnipeg, Manitoba  We Pay You $1.50 for Barrel When Empty Thursday,* .December. 5, 191  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  1  il  #1  DEATH OF MRS.  JOHN BAIRD  Our Ice Skates  are made of the purest  steel and will last a life-time.  We have snow shoes, Sleds, etc. ���������������������������everything  'for winter pleasure, spcit and business.  PLUMBING.HEATINGJINSMITHING  aa  On Sunday, Nov. 10th, Mrs. John  Baird passed peacefully away after a  short but painful illness, which the  doctor pronounced congestion of the  liver. She had just been at home  two weeks when the end came.  The funeral was held from thc home  of her youngest daughter (where deceased had made her home for the  past eight years, since the death of  Mrs. Thos. Fletcher) to Norman  Methodist Church, many friends and  relatives coming for miles to,More-  head, Que., to pay their last tribute  of respect to one so well beloved by  all who knew her. She was a firm  Christian, and a member of the  Methodist church. The funeral sermon was preached by the Rev. Mr.  Dustin, assisted by the Rev. 'Mr. McNeil. The pallbearers were Messrs.  Cole, Hayes, Willie J. Hayes, James  ani Walter Ehert, Matthew Smith  and James H. Peever, all nephews of  the deceased.  She leaves to mourn her loss, besides a large circle of friends, eight  children���������������������������four sons and four daughters���������������������������namely: Andrew M, and James  E., of Enderby, B. C; D. T., of Hull-  car, B. C; M. H. of Vancouver; Mrs.  David Peever, of Bristol, Que.; Mrs.  John Bogert, Enderby, B.C.; Mrs.  John Scobie, Bristol; Mrs. Burtcn,  Mqrehead.  !v The late Mrs. Baird will be missed  by many, as she was a splendid nurse  an'd' had a kind and loving nature.���������������������������  Equity,  Shawville, Que.  The Blue Amberol  is a New Record for the Edison Phonograph  It is not only proof against  injury, but will never be worn  out by constant playing  THE CI-IUrCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy ^Communion;' 11,   a.m.,    Morning  Prayer;  Evening Prayer.  M. F. HILTON,  Vicar.  7:30 p.m  y     REV  ,.   -ENDERBY METHODIST  CHURCH,  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  .-117a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday", 8 .p'.m.-  Epworth-League;    Thursday,  8  p.m.,  v Prayer Meeting.   A cordial invitation  to" everyone to worship with us.  |_REV. J. G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor.  J '    PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH      ���������������������������*  ,-? s? St.-f A-Tttre-wir    "-T     "'"*" /  - h Sunday .Ser.vices���������������������������il a.m. -and 7:30  p.m.; Y.P.S.C.E., Monday, 7:30 p.m.  | REV.--D'.  CAMPBELL,  Pastor..  I"-   FIRST BAPTIST  CHURCH  Jj Sunday      Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  10 a.m.;    regular    service,  3:30  p.m.;  Prayer service,  Wednesday,  7:30 p.m.  i'        REV. B. G.  STEWART, Pastor.  SEALED TENDERS addressed'to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-,  der "for Public* Building, .Greenwood,  B._-C."_ will-be received at this, office  until 4 P.M. "6n; Monday; "December  9th,.1912, for,the construction of a  Public Building at Greenwood, B.C.  , Plans, specification and . form of  contract can be seen and forms of  tender obtained at the office of Mr  .Wr-n\_ Herulerspn^ Resident jAi_chi.te.ct,  Victoria, B. C, at the Post Office,  Greenwood, B.C., and at this Department. '     ; '  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not' be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their*occupations and  places of residence.^' In the case of  firms the actual signature, the nature  of the occupation, and place of residence of each member of the firm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal-.to ten per cent (10 p.c.)  of the amount * of the tender, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  RAILWAYS MUST PAY.  But the most wonderful  thing about the Blue Amberol is its perfect tone ancl  the lifelike quality of  its reproduction. In  this respect alone it  is superior to any  other phonograph  record you can buy. You  must hear a Blue Amberol  to appreciate its true  worth. Your Edison  dealer will play some  for you on an Edison  Phonograph. Ask  him today.  Thomas A. Edison, Inc., 100 Lakeside Ave., Orange, N. J., U. S. A.  A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at  THE ENnERBY  MUSIC STORE  j SYNOPSIS OF. COAL MINING REGULA1I0KS  ���������������������������; Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba,    Saskatchewan and Al-  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS  Secretary  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa,   November 18,   1912.  Newspapers. will_ not _ _be_ paid .for  this    advertisement   if they insert it  without authority    from  the Department.��������������������������� 29965.  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term, of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  . Application for a lease must be  made by the, applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in wliich rights applied for are  situated.  --In-surveyed-territory the-land must  be descrioed 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 accon**.- J    panied by a fee   for ?5 wliich will be  To whom it conccrn  refunded if the rights applied for are '  ��������������������������� Miich complaint has been heard  from time to time in connection  with'- the lack of accommodations  a,t the Grinc rod station, where  :here is no stove provided and  no protec ion to passengers waiting the ciming of the train.- Fre-  rjutiujy it is an hour late,,and.tho  '.raiting passengers have to stand  and freeze in the cold.  Here i s* a case" i n poi n t. -   A d is-  patc 11  is<.m   Toronto ��������������������������� says:���������������������������An  ��������������������������� :dd case was decided at- Osgood *  hall u clay whenV-Jus.tice- Britton.  awarded Ge< iVe HV Morrison, of  Essex c.( unty, ^i.S'i.O.darnrges a-  ga;nsl tho 1 ere-'-Marquette rai.  way for   nu oical  er-ptnses anu  loss of salary,   resulting from  ai  cold contracted while waiting at'  the  'Pere    Marquette   crossing;  where thero is no station. ]  The ti ain was late and Morrison's cold lat'eivresulted into an  illness of six mrnths.  Justice Britton found that under the railway act a railway- is  liable to be sued if it neglects  to provide shelter at crossings  u Ik-iv ]_-c,ssengei s mij, ht have to  wait for trains. '        !  Burning Kerosene (Coal Oil)  It Outshines Gas or Electricity^  HERE is an oil-burning lamp which produces a flood of  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, does not fill the room with obnoxious, unhealthful odors. Tohaveabetterlightedhome.withan  ��������������������������� will actually cost you nothing.   It will pay for itself in the oil it saves.   ! am  thc agent for the Mantle Lamp Company of America and am telling you what I  know to bc absolute facts.    Professor Rogers, of Lewis Institute, Chicago, made  a comparative Ic.t of all the leading oil-burning lamps on (he market���������������������������anl thc  rAladdin was found to givethe best li_.bt and thc most economical to_u_sc. Gut you  -i-"don,r-nccJifi>-������������������ccepr;thesc "strong stirSTncnTS"ohnnt-Wtffa"6nIif. *A'llM~a3ri'n'Gti-opportunity to iirove  them at my own risk;   I will be glad to let you';       >��������������������������� .f /, ';' ..��������������������������� > ', '*  TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You Buy  I furnish Table, Bracket, Hanging, Wall and Chandelier types of lamps���������������������������in fact Aladdin L_m;>_ for every  purpose. Just drop me a post card and simply say you ate interested.*- I'll be glad to brine an Aladdin Lamp to  ihow you tad Irave in your home to use a night or two, entirely without obligation;   Mail (l>r c.u-j tojjy.  BERNARD ROSOMAN,  Agent,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  America, Ch icago,   Portland,    Dallas,   W/iterbury,  The .Mantle Lamp Co. of  Montreal and Winnipeg.  SCHOOL INSPECTION FEES.  Applications   received  for  Loans on improved Farming  - and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  Gr=Ar=HAN^EY-&-e0���������������������������fctdr���������������������������-VERNGNrB^r  NOTICE  a  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, ii tne coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year*, v .*.*���������������������������' ���������������������������;:���������������������������*;. v  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 nublication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for. -  You can get a good stiff hat for  $2.50 at J. W. Evans & Son's. See  window.  I have this day bought out all the  goods, chattels, store building and  business of the Quong Chong China  Co., and more particularly that  owned by Hoyt Dap, money to be  paid over on Nov. 23rd. I will asJ  sume no debts of the company nor be  responsible for any accounts not paid  by Hoyt Dap or the company on or  before Nov. 23rd.**, .;* '//'���������������������������'  I will continue the business at the  old stand, and solicit a share of the  laundry  business. SAM BOW.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B.C.  Contractors & Builders  First-class Cabinet Work  and   Picture Framing.  Undertaking Parlors in connection.  Next to City Hall.  J. W. Evans & Son report having  increased their suit sales enormously  this fall���������������������������the best fall's business in  men's suits they have had.  The Provincial Board of Health  has given notice that such Medical Inspectors of Schools as are  appointed by the Provincial  Board of Health in rural and assisted .schools, under the author^  ity of secticn 3 of the "Schools  Health Inspection Act," are to  be paid at the rate of 50 cents  for each pupil examined, and  that, they are to be allowed for  each annual inspection of a school  travelling* expenses to the school  at a rate not exceeding 50 cents  ..er mile.  Inspections other than the regular annual inspection, when  made upon written request to the  Pi\ v-ncial Board of Health by the  Board cf School Trustees, are to  ue paid for at the same rate as  the annual inspection.  Vouchers for payment of these  fees and travelling expenses are  to be sent with the report of the  inspection to the Secretary of the  Provincial'Board of Health.  Chjx7/%^'jiMa������������������  7$^&cari������������������������������������gua������������������  DYOLA  ::'���������������������������! Cie CM".. .NT.ST, SIMI'LKST, and I1ICST HO.MB  :*;-.'."-., one tun liuy--V,"iy yon don't even h.ivu to  l.aow wli.l HIN!) of Cloth your Gooil.s nre miulu  ol.--..r> Mistakes iiru Impossible.  Send f:>r Pri-e C-ilor Card, Story  Booklet, and  Hooklrt giving results of Dyeing ovor otlier colors.  The JOIINSOX-mCHA!M).SON CO., Limited,  ,Montre:il. Canada.  ILLOW RIVER���������������������������On main line  of Grand Trunk Pacific, and  Pacific & Hudson Bay Railway  It is the desire of the Railway  Company to make it one of  the most important towns in the entire Canadian West. Lots $10 down,  $.10 monthly; no interest; no taxes.  Write today for full information.  Pac. Bond & Land Corp., Ltd., 422  Pac. Bltlg., Vancouver, B.C.     n28-lt  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  *      CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  ; Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turn-  i ings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  1 Doors ancl Windows. Glass cut  '    to any size.  ���������������������������   We represent S.C.Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime fresh meats,  w  i have them.     Our cattle are grain-fed  j and selected.by. our ;own buyers from  1 the richest .feeding grounds in Alber  ta,t and   are' killed   .ind cut strictl .  FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  can give you the best price  possible.  * *]  T      i'P  *     P   I  l fJI  i -1  i  "i-Sl  "=-H  m  m  f ���������������������������  * > ��������������������������� i  i it  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawn  vases,  peer   blocks,    chimney blocks;  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  I Enderby, B. C.  j    Thc   Enderby   Trading Company  is  making  a    special    display  of   Xmas  I goods next week.  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, December 5, 191  wqSBHU  I  On Mill  Street  Lot 16. Blk  6,   M.ip211A  This Lot is For Sale and  can be procured on    ���������������������������  VERY EASY TERMS,  Price$600  ..NAVAL POLICY TO-DAY. j  Qttawa, Dec. 1���������������������������Developments I  in the political world of Canada I  th'ii week will bring on the tapis j  GOVERN MENT B ULLETINS  No. 7.���������������������������Flax.  No. 8.���������������������������Feeding farm animals.  No. 20;���������������������������Varieties    of    fruit recom-  : the?long expected announcement j mended._ (Revised.)  ; from Premier Borden  as to the j    v"   '^ ~n"nh"A  results of his conference with the j  British Admiralty and also tlie j  line of action which he and his;  the  in  Good Stable  Shed.  and Machine  colleagues intend'to pursue in;  ; vieW of what has been  brought j  to light following those conferences, j  i Premier Borden will make this an- .  'nouncement on Thursday afternoon |  I after the routine business has been'  'cleared away. Not only will thei  j benches of both parties be packed I  ,'with members, but the indications j  'point to   an    unusual    attendance  of;  1 t i  strangers in the galleries. Members 1  'of parliament are being besieged with j  j applications from their friends for;  : seats in   the  galleries.  No.  25.���������������������������Orchard cleansing  No. 2S.���������������������������Production of eggs.  No.  29.���������������������������Poultry    industry    on  Pacific Coast.  No.  30.���������������������������Guide    to    bee-keeping  British Columbia.  No. 34.���������������������������Fruit trees and black-spot  canker.  No. 35.���������������������������The place and purpose of  family life.  No.  36.���������������������������The preparation  of  food.  No. 37.���������������������������The preservation of food.  No. 38.���������������������������The construction  of silos.  No. 39.���������������������������Natural and artificial incubation and  brooding.  No. -10.���������������������������Alfalfa.  No. 41.���������������������������Labor-saving devices in the  household.  Applications for bulletins should bo  addressed to the Secretary, Department of Agriculture, Victoria,  B. C. j  Walter Robinson  BELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY  1  !  $  ?  I  *  7  ���������������������������I-  I  ?  I  ! SMALL  DEBTS  COURT  1 ' ,  l In the Small Debts Court Saturday :  1 j  i Magistrate      Rosoman     heard    three  cases. Tn that of A. E. Maundrell vs ���������������������������  ; F.  E.   Maundrell,    i*n    which  plaintiff1'  claimed  $54.50,  judgment for plaintiff I  was issued; A. F. Crossman acting !  ; for plaintiff. j  I    F.  R.    Stewart    &   Co.,    vs.  A.  E. j  Maundrell; claim  $26.93.   In  this case !  Attorney    Grossman    acted     for    the!  ��������������������������� -i  plaintiff.    Judgment  for  plaintiff. j  P." J.  Frei  was before the court to  answer to  a judgment summons.  We guarantee  fit on  made-to-order   suits.  & Son.  our Hobberlin  J.   W.   Evans  OF    CANADA  Pald-noCanltal.Pp.erveFiind tf������������������C 4 'JS fiftft  and iiiidlviti-.il Pi-oii.s (Oven ������������������pO������������������J. 1 t>,UVW  CITY OF ENDERBY  Total Assets (Over)  $63,000,000  Orators  Young Folks in  Love  andPeople Asleep  H  CARE    NOTHING  FLIGHT    OF TLMI  are not included in  classes you need a  Time  is  thing.  increase  FOR   THE  ..      IF  YOU  any of these  good  watch  the    essence  of every-  A    reliable   watch  will  your  efficiency.  WE HAVE    THE  WATCH  YOU  NEED-  IT COSTS 518.00 to $25.00  '" And is a watch any man would  be proud of. A dependable  timekeeper made of standardized parts and adjusted to temperature changes.  WE FEATURE THE  ELGIN WATCH  ���������������������������All���������������������������st.ylp.s���������������������������for���������������������������men���������������������������and���������������������������women..  Revision  of   Voters'   List,   Year  1913.  NOTICE is hereby    given  *hat the I  ������������������ - first sitting of the Court fo*" the re  |  ���������������������������i -vision of the Voters' List of the City;  ! \ of  Enderby  and    the  extra-Manicipai i  i   School   District  annexed  thereto  will j  ' tie  held  at the    City Hall,,  Enderby, j  on the '10th day of December, 1912, at ]  ,8 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of re-j  ' vising   and  correcting  the  said   List, j  ; and hearing and determining any ap- j  .plication which may then be made to'!  strike out   the    name  of any  , erson j  , improperly    placed    thereon,     or    to j  1 place  on  such  List the  name'of  any'  ���������������������������.person imDropprly omitted  t'i?rcfrom.  1    Dated at   the   City Hall,  Enderby  : this 1st day of December. 1912.  I GRAHAM ROSOMAN.  | -Citv '"'lerk.  You  Can Always  Get  Your Money Promptly  if it is deposited in the Union  Bank of Canada. When that  unforeseen need arises, or an  opportunity comes to make an'  exceptionally profitable cash deal,  it is worth much to be able to get  your cash without delay. -     ;  Meanwhile it is absolutely safe  aud is. earning Interest all "the  time.  Enderby Branch,   V/. D. C: CHRISTIE, Manager  LONDON, ENG., BRANCH,  51 Ttrrefidneedle SI., E.C.  F. W. ASHE, - - Manager.  G. M. C. BART SMITH,  Assistant Mgr.  .j-   ELECTRIC Reading Lamps, Toasters  !���������������������������'. . Grills,    Coffee    Perculators,      Flat-  v | irons,   Fancy     Shades,   Flashlights,  7. ! and  a    complete    line  of Electrical  ������������������ i Goods suitable for Nmas Gifts, can  ���������������������������{��������������������������� be    found    in    the   Enlerby Music  7. Store,  for sale by H.  G.  Mann.  Y , FOR SALE���������������������������Alfalfa hay, second crop;  ���������������������������{��������������������������� j just the thing for dairy feed; loose.  7. Also a large number of pigs���������������������������young  sows___aniI    Berkshire  boar.      Apply  ISHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  j    Daily trains both  ways from Sica-  ; mous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  t  SI00.00 to 510.00  jjinsi JILT"* "  F. PYMAN  '���������������������������V;ilrlim!ik������������������r * .J'-wl-r Kn-Vrbv  Local Ads.  Stepney Farm, Enderby.  We have withdrawn from sale all  cordwood���������������������������short and long���������������������������until further notice.     Okanagan Sawmills Co.  South  bound  read down  10.0.5 (Lv)  10.46  11.00  11.14  J1.40  11.58  STATIONS  Sicamous   Jet  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Larkin  North  bound  read up  (Ar)   18.00  17.15;  16.59 |  16.44 |  10.15 j  15.55 i  12.25 Vernon TOOT  12.45 (Ar) Ok. Landing (Lv) 15.15  H. W. BRODIE. ,.' JNO.BURNHAM  Gen. Pas. Agt. Agent  Vancouver Enderby  - -A<tvH'ti'������������������'t-iprn." nml  thi- ln-.-t insertion: lc:i  lerlion.  ���������������������������r thin heml:- lie n.word for  word  iMich subsi-qurnt in-  WANTED���������������������������Sound young horse, woll  broken; ten tu fifteen hundred, for  delivery wagon. State price. Address C,  Enderby  Press. _  FOR SALE���������������������������Gasoline engine and  wood sawing outfit. Will take half  of payment in wood. M. Greyell,  Enderby.  WJRE FENCING���������������������������  B.  F.   SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts  taken  for erection.   Orders  for spring work now being booked.  SUIT CLEANED & PRESSED���������������������������Now  thc time to get it done. Orders  promptly executed. Rosoman &  Gildcmee������������������tcr, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking Parlors, Clifl street,  next J. W. Evans & Son's. Repairing a specialty.  BARGAINS���������������������������Prices net at cellar  door; delivery extra: choice No. 1  winter apples, $1 per box; No. 2e,  ���������������������������SOe per box; box 15c extra. White  Potatoes, 75c sack. Good sw-;et  cider, 40c gallon; also celery, cabbage and cider vinegar. Geo. H.  Lawes,   Enderby.  Enderby, B. C.  Copyright ^tffl^fyDjyX  OiAi>. L Si Tii-r.syr ^yj,  Columbuj 0. '... ���������������������������  Christmas is  coming Vevill  wlcome you in our  store.  This is to advise our customers to do  their Christmas shopping now. Ve can  wait on you better now than when the  Christmas rush comes.  Your friends vill welcome the presents  you buy from us. They will know it is  something good.  While buying presents for others'don't  forget yourself. Buy yourself some new  clothes. : You will need them for Holiday  festivities.  You take no chances when you buy our  up-grade goods. You know they are  styiish and faultlessly made.  ! All special Xmas Goods [-are on sale in"the Dry Goods  department, but all departments carry a full stock of  staple lines amongst which are so-many useful Xmas  presents. ;* Our Grocery., Department is replete in all  Xmas Groceries. /,''���������������������������-"'���������������������������'  Enderby Trading Co., Ltd.  ENDERBY FLOUR  MOFFET'S BEST  Made strictly from Saskatchewan and Alberta wheat, irTthe  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  Snaps in Good Land  37  ACRES, 3J  miles from  Enderby; splendid soil;  10 acres under cultivation; 4 acres slashed;  -i-room shack.     Price,    ?3,000; terms, or ten  27*  per cent ofl lor cash.  ACRES excellent bench land, two miles  from   town, * f0r ?2,500.  Easy  terms.  Remember the K. 0.  K. A. social.  Liberal cash Special prizes in all classes.     You are urged to enter  your Birds and increase the membership  H. E. WABY, Secretary  H. W. Harvey  Real Estate, Insurance, Etc.  Post Office Block, Enderby  CALL OR WRITE ME about farmland or city property; it is a pleasure to answer correspondence.


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