BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly Nov 7, 1912

Item Metadata


JSON: xenderby-1.0178851.json
JSON-LD: xenderby-1.0178851-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xenderby-1.0178851-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xenderby-1.0178851-rdf.json
Turtle: xenderby-1.0178851-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xenderby-1.0178851-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xenderby-1.0178851-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 I.Ktao__M���������������������������-���������������������������aW^i������������������*  _'._p_'.__l.f.__;-!___  wai  ,1  J :'--��������������������������� - ������������������  _iM  hi-.  1**---  Enderby, B. C,  Novem'oa. 7. 1912  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 5;. No. 31; Whole No. 245  Town and District News in Brief  BUILDING BACKWARDS  o of People and Things Heard Abouti Twelve years ago wh'en Bnderby  x *-' was young,    bucolic  and  inoffensive,  Wedding bells will ring this week.  Born���������������������������October 17th, to Mr. and Mrs.  J.  McCall, a daughter.  Born���������������������������On Thursday, October 31st,  to Mr. and Mrs. Allen, a daughter.  To-morrow (Friday) evening the  Board of Trade will hold its regular  monthly meeting.  Born.���������������������������At the Enderby Hospital,  Nov. 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Richardson,  of Mara, a daughter.  Several Enderby Knights of Pythias  attended a Pythian love-feast at  Chase last Thursday night.  A meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary  will be held in the City Hall this  (Thursday) afternoon at 4 o'clock.  Mrs". W. J. Lemke and child have  returned from a visit of several weeks  in the eastern and southern states.'  ' "WM. E. Banton, formerly barrister  - of - Enderby,  is   .now "associated with  the law firm of.Woodworth & Creagh;  Bower Building,   Vancouver.  Mr. J. Bouch, for- some months a'  resident of Enderby, and later of New  Westminster, .has returned to Kelow--  na,  his former place of business.  A meeting of the Curling'Club will  be held in the City Hall this evening  (Thursday) at 8 o'clock. All members and.others intending to join the  club will please attend!  The annual bazaar, given by the  ladies of St. George's church, will be  held in K. of P. Hall, on the afternoon of Thurslay, *Nov.. 21st. There  will" he dancing in the evening.  Owing . to' the social dance to be  held in the Opera . House to-morrow  (Friday) - evening, Miss Mowat  changed the date of her dancing class  this week to Wednesday evening.  The meeting--to discuss the organization of.a branch of the Equal Suff-  K-agc-League^^in^Enderbyt^called^fdr"  Tuesday, Nov.    12th, will be held at  2 p. nr at the home of Mrs. Walker.  Crossley Poison lost a valuable  Persian tabby-cat last Friday night,  lt  took the  poison    route.   Operatic  The Girls' Guild Halloween Party  was a big success.  Mr. and Mrs. Proctor leave on Saturday to spend the winter in England.  Rev. Mr. Campbell was elected president; Graham Rosoman secretary,  ancl Miss Cobb treasurer, at the meeting of the Horticultural Society Friday  night. '    .,     ���������������������������  Mrs. Frank Kile recently had the  pleasure of a visit from Miss Perry  and Miss Bunham, of Peterborough,  Ont., who were delighted with the  Okanagan.  G. L'. "Glen, of Boisevain, Man.,  was in Enderby last week, on the sad  mission of attending the funeral of  his father. Jas. * Glen also returned  home from Portland, Ore., where he  has a position-with-the Southern Pacific railway.    ' .' '*     '   *' -������������������  It was our good fortune, to receive*  a prize"Vox of Wealthy apples shown  by Chas. W. Little at the Okanagan  Apple- Show/, We have'-* tested these  apples from every point but that of  long-keeping, and are prepared to accept anyone's say so as to that. Mr.  Little has,the prize orchard of* Mara,-'  and the quality of his fruit bears  out all he has written and said of  that favored locality.  Miss Sloane, in high-class pieces by  master composers, in English, Scotch  and Italian, will sing in Enclerby on  the evening of November lGth, under  the auspices of the Woman's Hospital Auxiliary..f Miss Sloane is very  highly spoken of by critics who have  had the pleasure of hearing her and  a rare treat in the concert line is anticipated., ' Further particulars will  be given by the ladies next week.  Isaac Haag, a Bulgarian, last Friday received a telepathic message  from the Balkans.   It must have con-  and the "Provincial government ha'd.  nothing in the treasury to guard  more serious than an overdraft, a  I Government office "was erected on a  street end on the river bank, with a  court room thirteen or fourteen feet  square, and a room and cell for prisoners.  Woodrow Wilson Elected President;  Roosevelt Second; Taft a Poor Third  A split in the Republican ranks at  the election in the States on Tuesday  allowed the Democrats to elect Governor Woodrow Wilson by a sweeping  majority over President Taft and his  former  friend  and  booster,  Ex-Presi-  was   probably    200.   To-day,   with  a,  Enderby^    population  then   dent Roosevelt.   The final returns an;  not yet in, but there is nothing in  doubt. Colonel Roosevelt ran a good  second, with President Taft lost'in  the dust back of the distanced post.  population five times as large, and a  district population ten times greater,  the Provincial Government, with a  surplus of eight millions in the bank',  proposes to erect a lock-up and Government oflice having a court room  13 by 20 feet, and -two prison cells instead of one. While it may be accepted as a compliment from the Government that the Attorney-General's  department , believes this proposed  new lock-up will fill .all requirements,  still, on the other, hand,-.-'it is "ho'  compliment to Enderby, that such a~  building should' he.'-erected here. Our  citizens are-strivi7ig to build for 'the  MAYOR RUTTAN HOME  Mayor J. L. Ruttan, Miss M. Ruttan and son Percy, returned from Ft.  Fraser, late .Monday evening.- The  trip was made by auto. The roads  newly built by the Government in the  vicinity * of Fort Fraser and Fort  George,' were-in very bad condition.,  It was while on- the way from Fort.,  Fraser" to Fort George that Mr. Rut-  future; the town is pushing ahead on !tan had-' the, misfortune to lose a  a substantial basis, and it is but a|wneel ������������������ff. the car by the machine  reasonable "request that the Provin-  dropping   one    side into a mud hole  cial building- fco be erected here be of  more-pretentious,?-size. ancUmaterial.  To put up a '.'lock-up : that, will be  out of date before . completed looks  like a waste of money.  veyed to him good news, for he procured the assistance of a glass or  two of ginger pop and took the middle of the street to ginger up. He  was knocking spots off the Turks and  kicking holes in the perfumery of the  cats and those    lunarly and chorally j Sultan's harem  when  Constable  Bai-  IN  PYTHIAN CIRCLES.  Enderby Lodge No. 35, K. of P.,  had the honor of 'a visit from the  Grand Chancellor of the B. C. Domain, W. S. Whinn,* on Monday evening, and the local 'Knights provided  excellent entertainment for their honored guest. Mr* Whinn was accompanied by Noble Birins, of Trail, the  daddy of Pythianism* in the Interior.  VOTE ON LOAN BY-LAWS  Attention is called to thc Loan Bylaws appearing in this issue of The  Press. The improvements for which  the loans are asked, are of vital  need to Enderby. Work at the head  of the water system is a necessity,  and the safety of the system depends -  upon it. The work must be:-done  when the water is lowest in the river,  hence the borrowing now*. The matters, pf lateral drains and the com- .  pleti.on..of the system decided upon by  the J?ity' Council early this year, is  equally*' important. For this purpose,  $3,00%is asked.'      This will give the '  ;   V.' *****  to*vij*n a most   perfect system of sur-  -  face" drainage.     Both by-laws are im-'i  portant.   '-.The.   amounts required are  not heavy,-but light as they may be-  both-are needed, and; it should be of  interest 'tof: everybody to sec -that; th'e, _���������������������������  by-laws carry. , -.      -Z--Z  - EXTENSION OF LIGHT  SYSTEM  while the   wheels   on the upper side  were, wedged, .tightly, .in. a ..deep, rut-  The experience of the party after this"  accident   was   one   'that will not be'-  soon    forgotten.       Miss Ruttan  and  i  brother bravely camped two days by  . Enderby is   most    fortunate in the"  matter, of   her    lighting system    and ���������������������������  wajer.,. system.., ���������������������������( .The.... last-named ;,is.-  ���������������������������owned/ by*" the    City,, and the fiyst- .-  .named by a    company,  but so far as  Jthe convenience   of the public is concerned, it is just a question which is  the roadside- while Mr. Ruttan went' the best service. Water-service is ex-  to the nearest telegraph office, several tended in every direction, upon thc re-  niiles away, to wire for repairs and quest of the applicant. Even in this  get a vehicle to get-them out. The the-light service is as readily pro-  roads were ' deep in  mud���������������������������real mud���������������������������  cured.      A    case   in  point is that of  extending the system to the home "of"  Mr. R. R. Gibbs, a mile out of town.  mud   that    clings,   hangs,   holds   fast-  and won't come off.   He spent $36 in  one  day wiring    to get track  of the-Manager Stevens   of    the    Okanagan  repair part after it had been shipped, j Saw  Mills,    is  .ever prepared  to, do  and   when    he    finally    found    it,   it j anything within  reason to assist any  proved  to be tlie wrong part, and he (one of a progressive character to get  The Grand   Chancellor  is making his * took the wheel    off of his other ma-jail the conveniences to be had.   He is  oflicial'visit to the lodges of the Oka-   clline, left at Fort Fraser, and drove j now having the electric lighting wires  nagan^V-alley-^and^this^was^his--fir8t4llom^  visit on  his   present   trip.   A  cancli-' hardships    to    he    met   in   that  far- Mr. Gibbs to have it in his home.  date was put through the second de-  away country yet, anl this will give  M'KENZIE-BRASH   NUPTIALS  A very   pretty    wedding took place  on Monday,  Nov. 4th, at the home of  an idea of some of them.  disposed continue unabated,  in twos,  fours and even dozens.  - There"will bc'^a'siipplc'mehtary'Wet  ley arrived upon   thc scene.     It cost j  Isaac just $5.70.,  Commissioner Mnbcf completed  iiis'  gree, after which  the Grand  Chancellor- and  Noble   Binns    addressed   the  lodge.       At the close of the business  session,    the    Knights    seated    their i  guests  at    daintily    spread  tables  in'    T1"ere  has been  an  unusual amount. Mrs. D. D. McArthur, 2027 Fifth Ave  WITH THR BOWLERS  ing of the Northern Okanagan Far-Investigation of conditions in the  mors' Institute at Grindrod, on the ' laI1(1 holdings in the railway belt ad-  lCth of November, at 2:15 p. m. a !Jncei*it to Enderby, hist Friday. Hc  delegate to tho Central Institute will | visited personally most of the squat  their hall,, where was spent a very * of interest shown in bowling this fall.-, W., Vancouver, at 11 o'clock, when  profitable hour. Wednesday a num-' T12e Hallet Alley lns_ been crowded; Miss Maud J5l.'f}s^..__lnj;j]\,-rJy_ ^lfi__^_  ber of the local members went to almost nightly, and the contests in'' Enderby's most popular'young ladies,  Penticton, to be present at the in-'many instances very exciting. Five, was married to Mr. Gordon McKenzie  *-'i'-!'.:*:'.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� <.f :i -cv lodge. | teams are now playing a schedule of of Vancouver, the Rev. J. W. Wood-   '.  ;20 games, for prizes to he put up by  side officiating.     The bride curried  n  be elected and resolutions to be submitted will be drafted.  The Misses Gamble Inst week took  took over the Enderby Bakery and  lunch parlor from Mr. A. E. Maundrell. These young business ladies  have made many friends in the brief  time they have been in Enderby, and  wc bespeak for them much success in  their business venture.  In the absence of Mayor Ruttan,  Mr. Blanchard started the cement  foundation work of the new school  building last week, and splendid progress is being made. Since coming  home, Mr. Ruttan has assumed the  handling of the work and will stay  on the job until the building is completed.  Wm. Brundish, of Winnipeg, :vho  has been in Enderby the past two  weeks settling the estate of his deceased brother, has beon made administrator, and has instructed the sale  by auction of all the chattels and  effects of his brother, on Nov. ICth,  in order to clean up the business  without delay.  ters' holdings in thc Mabel Lake district, and,  while he did not give out  VALUABLE    MrXI.KAL   PROPERTY ' ^ll'- Hftllel-* iin(1  the club. -bouquet   of   carnations,   nnd   was   he-                               ;    Following are  the teams: Icomlngly attired  in a travelling suit  Jas. R. Linton and associate own- K. 13.. Dill���������������������������A. Reeves, C. Johnson, of grey. She wore a grey heaver hat  any information as to what his re-j ers, have recently located what they H- MofTct. to match, with grey plumes tipped  port will be, he satisfied the squat-I believe to be a very valuable mining. 0. Fravel���������������������������II. Lindrot, A. E. Smith with pale pink. Mr. and Mrs. Meters, and they feel assurred  that his ! property,  about seven miles north of  and J. Newby. Kenzic left on the afternoon train for  report will Kivc them fair and-gener-   Sicamous  ous treatment.  F. D. Ab'bott this week took a gasoline launch.up the valley to Mabel  Lake. It is Mr. Abbott's intention  to establish a regular pleasure resort  on the lake. He has row boats as  well as the gasoline launch on thc  lake, and will . house them at this  end of the water,1; from which point  he may be flagged by hunters or  pleasure parties at any time. He is  prepared to accommodate hunters  this winter, but next season he will  be fully acquipped to take care of  pleasure parties ��������������������������� and campers of all  types. ���������������������������*-';v' '  Thc    property   is  known  House slippers;-* nice  and  warm  for  cold feet.   J. W. Evans & Son.  . You'can buy a good  overcoat for $17  or $18 at J. W. Evans & Son's.  G.  B.  Schmidt���������������������������W.   R.  Harrows.  M.   Seattle.     On    their  return  they  will  as  the    Thunderbolt   Group.    It i.s a   A- Stevens and  W.  J.  Lemke.    - reside at 1(342    Broadway  W.        Mrs.  free-milling    gold    proposition.    Thc j    Fa]-    Mack���������������������������W.    D.    Christie, W.' C,   McKenzie has a host of friends in her  ledge outcrops for a width of 500 feet .Chubb and J. LaForge. -old home of   Enderby who will  wish  and  has been    followed several miles, i    H. G. Mann��������������������������� F. R. Prince,  H.  Bax- '"G"' and  Mr.  McKenzie  the  richest  of  in all'of which   distance the ledge is ���������������������������tcr and  G.   Williams. life's'blessings. .    .  well    defined.        Recent   assays    give '    *n  the first game'- of the series thc i ~ *  outcropping gold values of $8. Mr. ��������������������������� QoimL was: Dill, 1495; Fravel, 1452. In  Linton feels that they have a propo- the second game, played Nov. 5th, the  sition well worth the attention of ; count was, Schmidt, 1544; Mack, 1532  the best mineral exports.  CLOSED DOWN FOR SEASON  * Bulbs���������������������������Tulips at 20c doz ,   Narcissus  Thc long blast of the whistle, indi-  Last    evening    Dill's    team  scored   eating the last log of the season cut,  1,018  points    to    1,349  scored by the"W{ls 1)lown  ������������������y    the saw  mill Wednes-  teariT captained by Prince.       " ..Qw. evening.     The    mill  might have  at half price.    This week only.   J. W. ;   z  The next game of the schedule will  1)Cei1' ke'jt   running    until thc end  of  Evans & Son.  Latest improved non-fragile Tungsten Lamps in all sizes lor sale by  H. G. Mann, electrical contractor.  KEEP YOUR FEET DRY.���������������������������The latest shapes in ladies and men's  rubbers, at J. W. Evans & Son's.  be played to-night   when Dill's team November,    but    the log supply was  will meet Mack's, and to-morrow eve'- exhausted, and the river water is too  ning Schmidt's    team will meet Fra- low to'-bring   any more down.     The  vel's. - '     ��������������������������� ' season  has   been  the most   successful    in the* history   of the company, both  When down town and you feel chil- in cut and sales, and  the demand of  ly, just step into   the parlors of the the market continues  brisk'      Orders  Enderby   Bakery    and   have  a cup of are being filled as rapidly as the cars  ten.                                                              ,cun be had to handle the lumber.  *   a. A.  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKEK'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 7, 1912'  Photo  Frames  Nice, dainty, durable novelties, for the wall, the  table, the mantelpiece. It  is the first complete stock  of these goods shown in  Enderby. For pictures of  every size, and shaped for  the most artistic effect.  All prices. Get some and  save the photos you are  cherishing.  A. REEVES  ENDERBY PRESS  Piililisliul   cvi'i-y   Tliursiliiy  at   Kiult'i'liy.  J!.C. ill  $2 in.- yi'.-ir. l>y tin- Wiilkw I'ivss.   Ailvci-ti.sint; Hates; Transionl: TjOc an inch lirsl  iiiM-rliun. '&ii wicli Ktilis^iui'iu insi'i-timi. Contract sulvvriiKiiiK, Jl an inoh por month.  I.cvjal >T')iiccs:   12l a line lirsl insertion: JSr a line  vach sulinwiucnt iiiMirlion.  i l.i>ailin_r S������������������uc<.'s ainl Locals: ).">c \\ lint1.  NOVEMBER 7.   L912  ENDERBY LOCK-UP  that the farmer who has land to clear  receives a    very    valuable concession  I and one which    1    may safely say is  universally appreciated.   -'The farmer!  who  orders  one    case,  pays approxi- .  mutely exactly thc same as one who j  ' orders  a  carload.       The department j  will also   supply    a carload and pay '  for the    same    on  the understanding  that  payments    be refunded as sales  '' are effected, and also on the distinct  i understanding    that    no    powder  bc  * given  out    to    members without the  cash being paid for same."  cnirst.  Druggist & Stationer  Enik'ihy  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  A. SUTGUKFE  W. M.  '���������������������������:n lurby    I, >.lxe     No.    10 ;  iwilai-      nit'ClinK*     li''.1**1 ;  Thursday on or after lhe ;  full moon al S p. in. in 0<id- j  fellows Mall. VisilinR ���������������������������  brethren cordially  invited. ,  F. H.   RAKNKS '  Secretary  I.O.O.R  ^s*5/   Kureka LixIkc. No. 50  Meets everv Tuesday  evening at 8 o'clock, in 1. 0. ,  0. !-\ hall. Metcalf block.    VisitiiiK brothers always    welcome. WM.  DUNUAN, N. G.       ;  GKO. BUI.I.AMY. V. G.   '  ,K. E. WMKKI.EK. S_c*y.     ,  .1. Ii. GAYI.OKI3. Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. :..ri.-K. of P.   --  *_.������������������?  .������������������ ������������������   -.__#    Meets every  Monday uveniiiK  W,^io      in K.of P. Mall.    Visitors cor-  ^<$&*Z/y     ���������������������������;iii,"y invilwl l0 '"-te,1(1-  C. !_.STRICKLAND. K.K.S.  T. E. HOD IE. M.P.   "  Mall suitable fo Concerts, Dances and all public  entcrlaiim.t.nts.    Portrait's, etc.. addross, .  T.  E. 1.01)1 E. Enderby  E  PROFESSIONAL ,  NDERBY "COTTAGE   HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK. Proprietress  Maternity Fees, $!_() per week  Fees covering ordinary illness, $2.50 per day.  ENIJERB Y. B. C.  W  ALTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUBLIC ..  CON VE YA NCER  Agreements of Sale.   Deeds & MortK.-iK.s.   Doeu-  mjnts Witnessed.    Loans Negotiated  OHice: P.iUon & [..binson.   next   door Fulton's ���������������������������  west. Enderby, B. C.  G.  L. "'WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  =B-i7iji5=B-noeK������������������������������������������������������E^dbrb-Vt-B^Gf^  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Ullice hours:    Forenoon.  9 to 10:U0  Aftern<K)ii, 'i to 1  Evening. I'e.W to 7:110  Sunday, by appointment  dllic: '.'or. Clilf and George.S'ts. ENDEUBV  Since the call for tenders for the  erection of the Enderby lock-up hav  been issued by the Provincial Department of Works, considerable interest  has been shown by Enderby citizens  as to where the new lock.-up is to be  situated, and also as to its size. So  far as is known, it appears to be the  intention of the Department to place  the new building on the site now occupied by the old building���������������������������a street-  end, on the river bank. And as for  size, the plans show the proposed  new lock-up to be 30x40 feet, and a  single-story  frame  building.  It looks like one of the small school  houses the Government builds in  country districts to accommohate 20  pupils. Citizens who have seen the  plans smile at the generosity of the  Department. They put it this way:  The present lock-up was built 12  years ago, when the population of  Enderby was 150'or 200. The proposed new building is but little larger, in available room as a lock-up  than the old building, though Enderby's population has now reached 1000  and that of the district tributarv is  four or five times what it was twelve  years ago. It is apparent therefore,  that the Department is not aiming to  build- for the future in selecting this  type of lock-up for En lerby. It is, in  fact, proposing to erect a building  half a decade out of date for even  ���������������������������present rcciuirements. It is propose:!  to have in the new lock-up a court  room and main oflice 13x20 ; a livin-'  room for the. Provincial Constable  12x12 feet; a bed room 10x12 feet; and  a lock-up 13x20, with two steel "cages  for prison .'cells.  The site of the present lock-up is  on the river bank on land claimed as  a street by the .city.- It-is within  the restricted fire limit, and a frame  building cannot be allowed there. ��������������������������� In  any event, it does, seem that the Department has this time been most inconsiderate of Enderby's interests. It  is recognized .by all that the little  shack on the river bank is a mighty  poor object to point to as representing the--.. Provincial Governments interests here. "And if the proposed  new building is erected, it will not  add much luster to the good name of  Sir Richard McBride's business administration. 'In school affairs, the  Provincial Government has been most  positive in urging us to build for the  future, and not merely to answer  present needs. Following out this  wise suggestion, the Provincial Government has given Enderby .$35,000 to  be augmented by another $2.,000  from the city of Enderby, and we are  building a $60,000 school. It does  not look as if the Attorney-General's  department is as wise as the Educational department. The new lock-up  will cost probably  $1,500 or .$1,800.  Tt seems that it would be wise for !  thc City to settle the question of  title to this street on the river bank. !  -Tdr"e'=e'rectioii-=^of"==anot-her-=:l)iiildingj==on4  the ground where the old lock-up  stands would settle for all time the *  question of the city's right in the!  matter. !  ���������������������������     He  who does    not advertise in his  local paper, is lacking in one of the  ] essentials that make for progression.  , Some people are    always looking far  away for publicity.   If they want to [  , boost their own locality, they should i  begin  by    advertising    in  their local;  press. Nothing looks so well to  I strangers as a local paper filled with  | ads by the home people.���������������������������Greenwood  Ledge.  Bank of Montreal  Established   1817  Capital, $16,000,000', Rest,  .$16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. 'J. M. O.  President, It. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, Sir Edward Cloustoii, Bart.  General Manager, 11.V.Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW  YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited :10th  June and 31st December,  (.NDERBY BRANCf-i A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  CITY OP VERNON  Cordwood Tender  J     SEALED TENDERS marked, "Ten-  i der  for    Cordwood"  will be received  j by    the    undersigned  up  till 5  p. m.  ; Monday,  18th November, for the supply of 1200 cords of Four-foot wood,  '��������������������������� Fir   and   Tamarac, dry;   delivered   at  Power House,  Vernon, during December,  January and February.  Tenderers .-.must    enter into a bond,  giving two bondsmen.  Lowest    or   any    tender not necessarily accepted.  D.  G.  TATE,  City Clerk.  ������������������ss*  0yS "46-rur'-fcurti'/fo  2tyeM/caritregua������������������  'lute  DYO LA  Ifn the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  OVE, one can huy--\Vhy you don*t even have io  know what K:NI> of Cloth your Goods arc made  of...So Mistake* are ImpoftsiMc.  Scud for Ki eo Color Card, Story Booklet, and  Booklet giving rcults of Dyeing ov</r oilier colors.  The JOIINSON-KICIIAKI.SON CO., Limited,  Montreal, Canada.  Finest in the Country  /'Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feetine 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 Lowory's Ledge.)  King Edward. Hotel, Ppro,^URPHY  Enderby  Deer Park Fruit Land  J E N D ER BY    ���������������������������  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, ant*!, having been in crop, are In splenT  did condition for planting. '''���������������������������';" t.  An experienced fruit grower is" in-charge and will- give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar. fn-ill be planted, and cared for at a  moderate charge.        :      .-*.>.. ..'  1G0 acres, sub-divided into 20-ac're lota ..���������������������������������������������" now on the market at #175  per' acre. --'"?."    .      _ .--   ���������������������������       . .        j   - ...---;.    .      - ._      "--__.--  Get in on the first block-and make money on the advance.  .Apply to���������������������������       "':.������������������������������������������������������ - -'    '.' -' z'_'.'.   '  GEORGE PACKHAM,  -'   . Deer Park. Land Office, -Enderby.  Get Ready for Winter i  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuilding's  STUMPING   POWDER  FAKE  P.  MUSIC  -\V.- CHAPMAN '���������������������������-  V. (). Uo.\ IM, Kmlfi-liy.  Vihitsnr ri'ccivi."* pupils for I'iiino. Or^an, Violin.  Kinchin hmiI Tli''ory 'if Music. Klc.  Courtis  for thf Canadian   nr  Hriti.ih Academy  Examination*  POLITICAL  TT������������������NDI-:HBY   CONSERVATIVE  ���������������������������L* ASSOCIATION  .1. L. RUTTAN,       A. I'\ CROSSMAN  President. Secretary.  CHURCH OF  I.NGLAXD (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������S a.m., Holy Communion;   11    a.m.,    Morning   Prayer;  7:30 p.m.,  Evening Prayer.  RI.V. M.  F.  HILTON,   Vicar.  ENDERBY  METHODIST  CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  * Epworth ��������������������������� League;    Thursday,  8  p.m.,  Prayer Meeting.   A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  REV.  J.  G. BROWN,  M.A., Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St.   Andrews .  Sunday    Services���������������������������11   a.m.  and  7:30  p.m.;   Y.P.S.C.E.,   Monday,   7:30  p.m.  REV.  1).   CAMPBELL,  Pastor.  FIRST   BAPTIST  CHURCH  Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  10  a.m.;    regular    service,  3:30 p.m.;  Prayer service,  Wednesday,  7:30 p.m.  REV. li. G. STEWART, Pastor.  LI.IJ II  ��������������������������� i i. . ��������������������������� -.  In  writing    C.  S.   Handcock,  sccrc- ;  tnry-treasurer    of the   Northern  Far-!  nu'i's'   Institute,   the secretary of  the'  Provincial     Agricultural _DopartiiN>nt'  says:    "With regard to "your <Tiiery "re". ''���������������������������  free stumping powder,  I beg to state  that the statement in  fhe  Provincial ���������������������������  press  is    entirely    erroneous and  tin-!  authorized by    this department.     We \  arc    having    considerable  correspon- '  deuce over the    matter,  and,  though  wi.' have made    every effort, we have  been  unable    to    place the source of;  this misleading statement..   I am en- '  closing a circular,    which will enable  you to explain matters to enquirers."  "The    statement    appearing in  the;  papers  on     Wednesday   regarding   the  supply of stumping powder to settlers !  in   the   Province    is    quite  incorrect,  states  the  Deputv    Minister  of  Agri- ,  culture,  Mr.  W.  E.  Scott. !  "Stumping    powder is not supplied  free  to members    of the farmers'  institute, but at a reduced  price of $5 j  per case at    the    factory,"  he  said, i  "No circular had been, sent out by the j  department   of    agricultural   to   that j  effect.      An  arrangement inaugurated!  by  the    late    Captain  Tatlow,   when!  minister    of    agriculture,   is  still   in j  effect, whereby    under   agreement be-j  tween  the provincial* government and :  the  powder    companies,   any  member;  of a farmers'    institute    may secure, j  by  giving his order  to  the  secretary !  of the institute    accompanied  by the  cash, stumping powder for land clear-1  ing  and   bona    fide  agricultural   pur-;  poses    at    the    reduced  price of five  dollars per case at the factory. ;  "Furthermore,    by an  arrangement:  between   the    provincial     government  and  the 0.  P.  R., only half thc regu-;  lar freight rate is charged on thc in-;  stitute powder.     It will thus be seen  If you  have land  to  Here are   some   specials in lumber  while they last :  No. 3 Boards, per thousand ...$   4.00  No.  2 Dimension,      "      "  No. 4 Flooring, Dp. Sdg & Ceil   12.00   No.  3  Bev.   Cedar  Siding .*.  No.  2 Lath      2.00  1x4 No. 1 & 2 Shiplap .....'   12.00  15.00  14.00  These are good values,and you will be pleased with them.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  Order your Christmas Greeting Cards  early and let the Walker Press print 'em  *r__i  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet ilcsci-iptivu of the Mitrti Din  trict in now out.   C!KT   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldern-ell Orchard, Mara, B.C.  ���������������������������$>������������������*<**'--$*-<S>e<-H>-^^^ <  E. J. Mack I  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ���������������������������ENDERBY, B. C. |  Good-Rigs;'*. Careful Driv- %  ers; Draying of all kinds.      |  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  Comfortable and Commo- |  dious Stabling for teams.      p  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in  *r  vited to give us a trial. <*>  |> ^:44'M<J<^'M-^S^^^-^-<J-^**-**-<H>-*  An Opportunity for a  Reliable Man in  Enderby  We have some gilt-edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in END1DRBY 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 p-C,_������������������..*--i.*rt-. 'T"'������������������<S~______tC__i___^  : i  Thursday, November 7, 1912  ^ ���������������������������  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Enderby0 Board of Trade Monthly  Meeting To-morrow Evening  Following is the full text of the  Constitution and By-laws of the Enderby Board of Trade to bc reported  by the revision committee appointed  at the last meeting of the Board, and  to be passed  upon   by the Board at  j Secretary's remuneration shall be  fixed by the Board at a General  Meeting.  27.   The Treasurer shall collect and  receive all  moneys    belonging to the  9. Unless otherwise provided for Board and deposit same in some  by by-law, all ., ^u.ns shall be de- chartered bank approved by the  cided by a majority vote. In case Council. Out of such funds he shall  of a tie the chairman shall have a pay amounts as he is directed by the  second or casting vote. Board ;or Council,    the authority for  10. Unless    otnerwise   provided  for   any such payments to be .recorded on  ^ INETY per cent,   pf a  ���������������������������^   man's ability to impress  others depends upon his clothes.   So  the FIT--RITE designers have de-  si      '   ;   j       . i   "* - ���������������������������      I       to V . '    ��������������������������� i  voted themselves to the production of  d..  . ���������������������������     ���������������������������'    ������������������������������������������������������     ��������������������������� r    ���������������������������        -'  M ���������������������������!  distinctive garments   or   impressive  quality, which are sold  under^.ithis  mark  the next regular   meeting to be held    by by-law,    voting   shall be by such   thc minutes of the meeting authoriz-  method as the Chairman shall direct, ing the same. .All cheques shall be  provided any vote shall be taken by signed by the Treasurer or otherwise  secret ballot if three members present* in manner ' prescribed by the Board,  shall so require. The' Treasurer    shall    keep    true ac-  11. All motions except those for counts of ail receipts and disburse-  thc previous question, postponement ments which shall '-e onen at all reas-  or adjournment shall be in writing, ' onable times 'to inspection by mem-  and no debate shall be permitted ex- bers of the Board. The Treasurer  cept on a motion regularly moved shall submit a financial statement to  and.seconded.   ; ��������������������������� the.Board    or   Council   .whenever re-  12. No member shall speak twice quired so to do, and shall present an  on the same question except by per- audited statement at the annual  mission of" the Chair or by way of, meeting. The Treasurer's remunera-  explanation. * , : tion shall be fixed by the Board at a  13. Any member may call for a di-: Gerieral Meeting,  vision on any motion. |    28. 'The Council shall be the Man-  14. All amendments or additions ' aging' Committee of the Board, and  to the Constitution-or By-laws shall, it 'shall be its duty to carry out the  be made by' motion, whereof notice! instructions .of the * Board, to con-  shall have   been*   given    at the next   sider^ and devise ways and means of  Each FIT-RITE garment has an individual iDersonality' of its' own.' It  radiates*"refinement and imparts a  feeling of dignity and capability to  the wearer.  J!  W.   EVANS  &  SON,  Exclusive Agents, Enderby  to-morrow    (Friday)    night,    in   the  Oity Hall, at 8 o'clock:  ARTICLE  I.���������������������������Title  The name of this organization shall  be The Enderby Board of Trade.  ART1C1.E ll.-Objects  The objects of the Board shall be  the advancement of the business and  other interests of tho City of Knderby  and surrounding district.  ARTICLE 111.���������������������������Membership  Thc following shall be eligible for  membership in the Board: Merchants,  Traders, Brokers, Contractors, Ranchers, Managers ,of Banks, Financial  Agents, Manufacturers, Professional  men, and such others . as shall be  recommended for membership by the  Council of the Board.  ARTICLE IV.���������������������������Officers  There shall be tlie following officers  of the Board: a President; a Vice-  President, a Secretary and a Treasurer.  ARTICLE  V���������������������������Council  There shall be a Council consisting  of the Officers and five other members elected at the Annual Meeting  of the Board.  BY-LAWS  General   Meetings  1.   The    Animal    Meeting    of   the  Board shall    be ' held on the Second  Friday in- January in each year.  * 2.   Regular    Meetings of. the Board  shall  be  held the Second.   Friday   of  each month."  3. If the day set as aforesaid for  holding the" Annual' or any Regular  meeting shall fall upon a holiday, the  meeting shall be held on the next day  not being a holiday.  4. -Special -Meetings of the Board  shall be called by - the Secretary on  the instructions of the Board or  Council, or' on a requisition signed  by ten members in good standing.  5. Notice of all meetings shall be  given- members by: letter or postcard  deposited in the; Post Office- at Enderby'riot less-than"two clear-days in  the: "case " of" regular" meetings,_ or  twenty-four hours ,, in'case' of Special  Meetings, .before-; the time for which  any ~ such meeting-is-called. .**  . 6. The objects for which any Special Meeting.-is called shall be stated'  in 'the instructions of the"-Board orf  Council, or requisition as the case  may be, pursuant to which such meeting is called; .and also in the notice  calling' the same; and .no, other ,matters shall be] dealt I with at such meeting. -~ : ���������������������������--������������������������������������������������������* -*  i 7. No proxies shall be allowed at  any meeting of the Board, .Council or  any Committee.    '*- ......_._  8. At any, meeting of the Board Secretary^ shall notify'them to .that  seven members"shall constitute a - ^ffect- The names' of members still  quorum, and should a quorum not be in arrears after the expiration' of one  formed by thirty minutes after the ^onth from the mailing of suchino-  time "set* for the meeting.it may tices shall be I read out. in general  stand adjourned* for one week.  '  preceding regular meeting  15. Questions of, -order arising at  the meeting of the Board not provided for b.y the by-laws, shall be decided by the Chairman,, subject to an  appeal to the,meeting.  16. Unless, otherwise provided for,  the rules of procedure of the House of  Commons of Canada' shall govern all  meetings of the Board.  17. The -following shall be the order* of business at'general meetings:  (a) Reading the instruction or requisition calling * the -meeting.  (b) Reading and confirming minute's of previous meeting.  (c) Nomination and election of new  members.    , < .  ' (d)   Reading    of    names    of -delinquents.        ' < *  (e)   Reception and disposal of communications and bills.  ' (f)   Reports - of " .Council and business arising; thereout.  (g) Reports of; Special Committees  and. Delegates, '.and? .'business arising  thereout.    !  ,    * ; .  (h)   Elections, to fill vacancies.  (i) ��������������������������� Unfinished business.  (j)   New business.'/.  i --Members  18. Nominations for membership  shall be in -writing signed by a member.' -      ';/. '-..:  ;-l������������������. The' Secretary-shall forthwith'  in. writing notify new- members of  their election /'arid that'they will be  entitled to the privileges of- membership upon' payment of their fees.    *  20._ The. membership fee shall be  $2.50" per- annum,-which fee must in  all cases be paid to the treasurer before the person so elected shall be entitled to the _ privileges of membership. -"  21. The annual membership fee  shall become due"'in advance on tlie  1st day of January in each year.  Members in arrears .for two months-  shall be   deemed    delinquent anl the  attaining'   the    objects o'f the Board  and to.make recommendations thereon to   the   Board.       In cases of extreme urgency, and where there is not  sufficient? time  .'to ' obtain a meeting  of the Board,'��������������������������� or where the Board has  especially . empowered    the Managing  Committee    in    advance,    the''latter  shall have and    may exercise all-.the  powers 'of ��������������������������� the    Board necessary for  the occasion.       All matters transacted, by the Managing Committee shall  be 'reported 'to the Board at', the first  regular   meeting   thereafter.'--'    Five  members shall'.constitute^a'quorum'of  the committee..         .   ,-,  , 29. -In. addition to the duties hereinbefore set;- forth-,  the officers shall  perform all' such., duties as* properly  pertain to their respective.offices, and-  all such other'   duties as shall be required of them by the Board.  ' 30.   The Board" or Council" may appoint/'. Special ��������������������������� Coriimittees': or delegates for any proper purpose and-delegate any; of- its powers to such committees or' delegates.  ��������������������������� 31.   'At the"Annual Meeting one or  more auditors   shall be elected,  who  shall at"all reasonable times have-ac-_  cess>to the ;accouhts,    vouchers and -  other books .and .papers-relating to  the finances    of,, the Board'and. shall ,  auditrth"e* accounts "of the Secretary  and_ Treasurer for presentation "atHhe  "  next..'Annual-.Meeting.::"      ' ..-/���������������������������'.. ���������������������������-**  , 3?- "The.financial year of.the Board"'  shall be the. calendar-year. ' - ��������������������������� -  r������������������ -~*  % 5Q'&  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������**��������������������������������������������� ^**., *~r.������������������^ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� . ���������������������������  mzz  :N.o,52o4l.:  ^  408-eheque.s-Wilhbe-  _ _ lit  ^���������������������������X^/iT      Distributed Among Canadian  Farmers. Will You Get One of Them ?  In addition to the twenty-seven first prizes of $50 each, there will  be eighty-one other cash prizes, ranging from $10 to $25 in our  1912 PRIZE CONTEST FOR FARMERS     This contest is alonp*- the same lines as the In addition to thus being divided into  one which was so successful last year, except classes, so as to give small users of cement an  that there are three times as many prizes,, and equal  chance with those who use more, the  therefore three times as many  chances   for Contest is also divided into nine divisions, one  each contestant to win.    livery-farmer in Can- for each province     So you see you need only  ada who uses "Canada" Cement is eligible to to compete with thc other farmers of your own  compete.    The conditions are such that large province, and not with those all over Canada,  and small users of cement have equal oppor- l)on>t think that because you have never  .unities to win a ������������������S50 prize.  The contest is divided into three classes, and there  are first, second, third and fourth prizes ($50, $25,  SI 5 and $10) in each class.  CLASS "A"��������������������������� I'ri/cs to lie aw;inlril totlie four  farmers In each-province.,  wlin use mcist "Canaila" Crinrnt oil their farms in 1913.      ,  CLASS "II"���������������������������l'ri/cs to bc awanlcil to the four farmers in each  province who  semi /photographs of the best concrete,  -tori- dune with- "Canada"   Cement   on: their   farbii  in 1912. *'������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������     :*:.-���������������������������'* '"���������������������������'   ;  CLASS "c"-"Prizes to be awarded to the  four farmers-  in each province who seiid the  best* <l/!scrip-'  tion, tellim* how any piece of concrete work  was done with "Canada" Cement.       (Kntrie*  for this prize must be accompanied by photographs of the work.)'  Send  me  particulars  of your  Prize Contest.  used cement, you cannot win a prize  of last year's prize winners had  never used cement before they  entered the Contest. We will send  you a free book, "What the  Fanner Can Do With Concrete,"  that will not only help you in thc  Contest, but will tell you every-  ���������������������������thing you could want to know about  the use of cement on the farm.  Don'! delay, but send us your  name and address to-day ami _rt  this free book:!**d fill particulars  of (he Prize Contest'riuht away.  Use a letter, postal or coupon.  Many  1  meeting-'and entered on the minutes  as delinquent, and sucli persons shall  thereby be suspended from membership until their arrears are fully paid  On the 31st day of December in each   trict.In which rights .'applied for are  year-all   persons   -whose names have situated]   '   '      '   ' ��������������������������� i  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion-  in Manitoba;    Saskatchewan and Al-:  berta,    the    Yukon--  Territory, - the ;  Northwest-Territories ..and  a  portion-  of the*, province of British Columbia-  may be, leased for a term of twenty- ?'  one, years'at an "annual rental of ll"*-'  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.dis-  been so- entered on the minutes"and  who are still in arrears shall be  struck off the roll of members by the  In surveyed territory the land must  be described   by    sections,    or   legal,  sub-divisions of   sections, and in un:  5ni   t* ^T'-m5117; bUt SUCi   ?erS0?S   for sl?al! be stake"d out by the appS  shall be    eligible   for    re-election as  canf.hims'elf. ���������������������������������������������   -I     *:-    ������������������������������������������������������  members.  22. Any member can be expelled by  tbe vote of three-fourths of the mern-  bers present at any meeting especially  called for the purpose, at "which not  less than one-half of the total membership of the Board is present.  Oliicers  23. The Officers    and Council shall  cant", himself.  Each application must "be accompanied byia fee for $5 which will be  refunded"if the rights applied for hre  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the mer:  chantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn -returns  *������������������i  s**  6JP"  /������������������%*  ������������������>*,  m  M������������������  Address Publicity Manager  Canada Cement Company  TtOJ_,  fPOHTLAMD''-  CEMENT.  &sn!K\  Limited  501 Herald Bldg.   -   Montreal  <mX tree book.  _fkWiattheF(inner  'pan do With .Concrete  will be sent to all  ^ who request details  of the Prize Contest.  be elected "by "ballot at" tbe Annual "accounting "for" the" fuirquantity'liT  Meeting and shall hold oflice until. merchantable coal mined and pay the  their successors arc elected. On any | royalty therein. 1. tne coal mining  vacancy occurring, the same may be . rights are not being operated, such  Idled by election by ballot at any: returns should be furnished at least  general meeting, the member so clec- once a year.  ted holding oflice only for the residue '    The lease will include thc coal min-  of the term.                                              j ing rights-only, hut the lessee may be  2-1.   It shall be the duty of the Pre-   permitted     to     purchase     whatever  sident  to preside at all   meetings of   available surface rights may bc con-  thc Board    and   Council,    keep order  sidered -''necessary  for the working of  and  conduct the  proceedings  thereof;'the mine at thc rate of $10.00 an acre  together with  the Secretary sign  all ���������������������������    For' full'    information    amilication  papers and  documents  requiring sig-  should .be! made   to the Secretary of  nature on    behalf   of    the Board  or  thc-Department   of the  Interior,  Ot-.  Council;  bring    to  the  notice of the tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  Board all matters he may think con-  of Dominion Lands,  ccrns the interest of thc Board or the.      ~;  ':'    ,         '        W. W. CORY,  Board ought  to    take cognizance of: !       Deputy Minister of the Interior,  and  exercise    a    general   supervision      N.B.���������������������������Unnuthorizcd    nublication    of  over  the affairs   of the Board.      He  this   advertisement   will not be pjnri  shall   be    ex-oflicio    a member of, all   for-     ' '"���������������������������    '               '   '                   sp2  committees. '   25. In thc absence of the President  thc Vice-President, and in the absence of both a chairman appointed  by the meeting, shall exercise all the  powers and perform all the duties of  the President.  26. The Secretary shall give notice  of all meetings of the Board and  Council, attend to take minutes  .thereof, read at each regular meeting  the minutes of the preceding meeting,  keep a roll of members, conduct the  correspondence, retain copies of all  oflicial letters j^d have custody of all  books, papers and documents of the  Board save such as properly remairt  in the custody of the Treasurer.   The  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer*.sbl6cks,r   cement    brick,   lawn  vases,  peer,  blocks,   chimney blocks;  also lime and cement.  ���������������������������Lo&'ve) orders early..      ......  '���������������������������'-.   -.'   ;.'���������������������������'   *:     -.-���������������������������':    Enderby, B. C.  <L>"  /'  ,*r THE KNDERBY PRESS AND WALKEK'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 7, 1912  Pant Events  Cast Shadoius Behind  istmas  Greeting  Cards  Fellows   who    can,   do;    those  who  r-an't, chin.  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  *    CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turn-  - ings   and" all- factory   work.  Rubberoid    Roofiing, - Screen  " - Doors and Windows.   Glass cut  to anv size. i  We represent S.C.Smith Co,, of j  Vernon.   , Enderby. i  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  '(certificate.)     Painter ?nd Decorator,  Box "*i.  Knderby  We have an extra Choice Selection  this year. We wish our friends  and patrons would make their selections early. We want to give  you the best possible service in  your Christmas printing. Early  orders will receive our first attention. Come in and look' over the  fine lot just received.  THE WALKER PRESS  Enderby, B. C.  h  We expect to receive our first  shipment of  IShe Edison  Blue Amberoil Record'  Is Week  and will give a  Demonstration Concert next  Saturday Afternoon  and Eve ning-  <.-^mSjA  NOTICB TO CONTRACTORS  ENMf/lORBY LOCK-UP  SI.ALKD TENDERS, superscribed  "Tenders for Enderby Lock-up," will  be received by tbe Honourable Lbc  Minister of l'ublic Works up to noon  of Wednesday, the 13th day of November, 1912, for tbe erection and completion of a lock-up, court room, and  constable's quarters at Enderby, in  the Okanagan Electoral District, B.C.  Plans, specifications, contract, and  forms of tender may be seen on and  after tbe 21st day of October, 3 912, at  the oflice of L. Norris, Esq., Govern- ,  merit Agent, Vernon; The Constable  in Charge, Knderby*; and the Depart- **  ment of Public Works,o Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or ccrtifi-  icate of deposit on  a chartered  bank  jof Canada, made payable to the Hon-  iourable the Minister of Public Works,  jfor a sum    of    10   per cent,  of  their  'tender, which shall be forfeited if the  I party  tendering decline to enter into  i contract when-called upon  to do so,  or if he   fail   to    complete thc work  contracted  for.     The cheques  or ser-  tificates   of    deposit   of unsuccessful  tenderers   will   be    returned  to  them  upon execution of the contract.  Tenders will   not   be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,  signed  with    the   actual signature of  the tenderer, and enclosed in the en- -  velopes furnished.  'The lowest or any tender not neces-o-  sarily accepted.  J.  E.  GRIFFITH,"  Public .Works Engineer...  -  Department    of. Public Works, .Victoria, B.C.,,.October 1.8th, 1912." *   " "  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderliy, B.C.  Contractors & Builders  First-class Cabinet Work  and   Picture Framing:.  Undertaking- Parlors in connection.      '   ' -  Next to City Hall.  TShe White  'Vibrating  Sewing Machine  Just the thing for a Christmas Present for  Wife or Mother.   On sale in NOVEMBER  Everything Needed for the  Sewing Machine  Pianos, Organs, Edison Phonographs, Victor Talking Machines fronii?20 up D^>rds.from  75c to $7.50; over 500 to choose from.      Everything worth while in MUoiu  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  J. E. CRANE, Agent  8g_S_BW&S&������������������t MS-*'__5������������������_ifc____________  Thursday, November 7, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  0 CK>00-0O-a<XKM><X>OO<>O<>0O<H>0 C*-0CKX>CK*><>OOO<X^^  When you use a stove  purchased here you have absolute guarantee that you will  get more heat and use less  fuel.     Before we even consider adding a  stove to our stock   we  have to be shown  where   it   saves   fuel  and   increases   the  supply of heat.  It is useless our buying anything you do not want���������������������������hence  ������������������we see that your desires are  in everything we gef.  Fulton Hardware Go������������������  CK>O0-OOaCK>O-CH_>-0-0O-0-0OOO-0-CK> OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO X/OOOO 0  I  The Corporation of the City of Enderby  Loan By-law No. 11  A BY-LAW FOR RAISING THE SUM1  OF $2,500.00 FOR THE IMPROVE-:}  MENT AND EXTENSION OF THE!  WATERWORKS SY3Ti_M OF THEl  OITY OF ENDERBY,  The Corporation of tbe City of Encterby  Loan By-law No. 12  A BY-LAW FOR RAISING THE SUM  OF    $3,000.00    TO    PROVIDE FOR  THE CONSTRUCTION np KIAINS  IN THE CITY OF E.VDERUV:  WHEREAS, on the 9th day ot May,  WHEREAS    it is necessary tc   con-T1912, the Municipal Council^ pass-M a  struct    permanent    improvements'"at  the intake    and    also to make auditions and    extensions    to  thc City's  waterworks system; and  WHEREAS for the said purpose it  is necessary to raise by way of loan  upon  the credit of the City the sum ' suflicient to complete tiie. r-ai  ' " the 31st        '    '      ' "    ~'  O i porate,  who  ' vance the same  JAMES  MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  -   Fruit   Land   - Hay Land  _ "-  Town Loti  Thc Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  Tht- Pnoenix Insurance Co. of London.  L > i i >i-L nc unire.Fii-e Irfmirsince Co.  Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Liie depi  The London fc Lnnca'vhiie Guarantee  Accident Co., .of Canada. "*   "i  HELL BLOCK," "ENDEI?BY-'    "  FAMOUS PEOPLE  BY FANNIE M LOTHROP  of ������������������2,500.00, repayable on  day of December, 1932, bearing inter-  -est in the meantime, payable half-  yearly, at the rate of 6 per centum  per annum, the principal of such loan  when raised, to bc applied for the  purpose aforesaid;  and  WHEREAS,    for    the    pavment   of  the said   principal   and interest it is  necessary to raise the sum of ������������������233.96  by rate in each and every year; and  WHEREAS the value of the  whole rateable property of the City  of Enderby, according to the last revised assessment roll, is Six Hundred  and Nine Thousand Three Hundred  and Ninety-five ($609,395) Dollars; ancl  WHEREAS, the total amount  of existing Debenture Debt of the  of the said City is Seventy-nine  Thousand, Two Hundred and Fifty  (������������������79,250.00) Dollars, of which none of  the interest or principal is in arrear;  ������������������ I NOW THEREFORE the Mayor and  q I Council of the City of Enderby, in  0 | open meeting assembled, hereby en  g I act :  $ I 1. That it shall be lawful for the  O fMayor of the City oi Enderby tc  ������������������ ! raise by way of loan, from any per-  p [son or persons, body or bodies cor-  may be willing to. ad-  on the credit of the  ,said City, by way of the debentures  ���������������������������^ ' hereinafter mentioned, -a sum of  money not exceeding in the whole  | the sum of ������������������2,500.00 and to cause  j such sum of money so raised and received to be paid into the hands of  the Treasurer of. the said City for the  purposes and with the objects hereinbefore recited ;  2. That it shall   be lawful for the  said Mayor to - cause any number of  | debentures to   be made for the sum  of not less than ������������������500.00 each, bearing  interest at the rate., of "six per centum  per  -annum,  -not   exceeding   in . thi  whole'the    sum    of .������������������2,500.00 and" all  such' debentures "shall be sealed with;  the  Seal   of - the   City   of" Enderby."!  signed by    the    Mayor," and countersigned by the   Treasurer of the said  City ; -  3. That the said debentures shall  bear date the 31st day of December,  1912, and shall be made payable in  twenty ��������������������������� years from the date hereinafter mentioned -for this By-law to  take effect, at the Bank of Montreal,  Enderby;  4. That the   said  debentures  shall  have coupons   attached  for the pavment  of interest at  the  rate  of  six  per centum per    annum, and such interest shall be payable half-yearly on  the 30th day of    June   and the 31st  day of December   of   each and every  year;    and    the    signatures  to  such  coupons ��������������������������� may    be    either      written,  | stamped, printed-or lithographed ;  5. That a rate on the dollar shall  be levied and   raised annually on all  the rateable    property   in    the   said j  City, in addition  to all other rates, j  sufficient to pay interest on the debt  By-law to raise the,sum', of ������������������6,000.00  to construct drains to carry oil the  surface water from certain .itnets in  the City; and  WHEKEAS,    the    moneys provided  for in said    By-law    have pro**'i\-l  in-  w orks  and also to construct __i.c!i l_t"-*aJs as  are required to completely rirain the  said surface water; and  WHEREAS, to provide I  pletion  of  such  work  it  is  i-.i-cc-sary j  to  raise by    way    of l.>an  iipon thei  credit of the    City    of  :\i.i.u*i>y,  the,'  sum of ������������������3,000.00, payable on the 31st \  day of December, 1932, bearing interest in the    meantime,    payable half-  yearly at the    rate of 6 per centum  per  annum,    the ���������������������������  principal    of  such  loan,  when raised,  to be applied for j  the purpose aforesaid; and  WHEREAS, for the payment of the j  said principal and interest, it is ne-!  cessary to raise the sum of ������������������280.75 *  in each and every year; and ���������������������������.  WHEREAS, the value of the whole;  rateable property of the City of En- ���������������������������  derby, according to the last revised'  assessment roll is ������������������609,395.00; an.l  WHEREAS  tures shall be made in consequence of  such repurchase;  9. That this By-law shall, before  the final passage thereof, receive the  assent of the electors of the said City  of Enderby, in the manner provided  fbr.sby-'-'the* Municipal Act, 1906, and  amending Acts;  10. That this By-law shall come  into, force and take effect on the 31st  day' of December, 1912;.  11. That this By-law may be cited  for all .purposes as .'.'The City of Enderby Second Drainage Loan By-law,  1912"."  TAKE NOTICE that the above-is a  true copy of the *or,-ir������������������osed By-law upon which the vote of- the Municipality  will, be taken, at the City Hall, En-  the com-' Aei'h'> on Monday, the 18th day of  November, 1912, between the hours of  9 a. m. and 7 p. m.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Clerk of the Municipal Council,  Dated at   the   City Hall, Enderby,  B.  C,  November 7th, 1912.  CITY OF ENDERBY     *  Voting on Proposed By-laws  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  to the Ratepayers of the Municipality  of the City of Enderby that I require  the presence of the said Ratepayers  at the City Hall, Enderby, on  | MONDAY, the 18th day of November,  the "total" amount of' 1912, between the hours of 9 a.m. and  l "j  existing Debenture    Debt of the said  City  is  Seventy-nine Thousand,   Two  Hundred  and    Fifty  (������������������79,250.00)  Dol-,  lars, of which none of the interest or j  principal is in arrear; i  NOW THEREFORE, the Mayor and {  Council of    the    City of Enderby, in -  open meeting assembled, hereby enact  as follows :  1. That it    shall be lawful for the  Mayor of    the    City    of Enderby to;  raise by way of loan, from any person or persons,    body or bodies corporate, who    may    be willing to ad- j  vance the same    on the credit of the;  said City,  by way of the debentures j  hereinbefore * mentioned,    a    sum  of l  money not exceeding in the whole the j  sum  of ������������������3,000.00,    and  to cause such*,  sum of money so raised and received  to  be paid    into j the    hands  of .the  Treasurer of    the '��������������������������� said City for the  purposes and    with the objects hereinbefore recited; -.  2. That it' shall be.lawful for the  said Mayor to cause any number of  debentures to.be made for the sum of  not less than ������������������500.00 each, bearing-  interest at the rate'of six per centum  per annum, not exceeding' in the  whole  the sum  such  debentures shall be sealed  with  the  Seal    of    the    City  of  Enderby,'  signed by    the   Mayor    and countersigned by the    Treasurer of the said  City;  3. That the said debentures shall  bear date -the 31st day of December,  1912, and shall be made payable in  twenty years from the date hereinafter mentioned for this By-law to  take effect, at the Bank of Montreal,  in the City oi  i.nderoy;  4. That the said debentures shall  have cu- , - ne-1 for the payment of interest at the rate of-six  per centum per annum, and such interest shall te payable half-yearly, on  the 30th day of June and the 31st  day of December  year  7 p.m. for the purpose of voting, by  ballot, either to confirm or to negative certain proposed By-laws, to-wit:  (1) A By-law for Raising the sum  of  ������������������2,500.00  for  the  Improvement  ��������������������������� and Extension of 'the Waterworks  -System of   the   City of Enderby;  t and        ��������������������������� ���������������������������-  (2) A By-law for Raising the sum  of ������������������3,000.00 for the Construction  of .Drains in the City of En-derby.  Any person, male   or female, being  a British subject and the assessed  owner of.land or real property within the - Municipality, is "entitled to  vote on such proposed By-laws.  Given' under   my Hand at the-'City  Hall, 'Enderby,    this 7th day of November', 1912.     .        .       ,,.,.. .  ".     ���������������������������            GRAHAM ROSOMAN,     .  -*������������������                         .- Returning Oflicer.  Special Subscription Offer  , A number of " new comers' have become residents    of   Enderby and district in the past-  few months. Many  of ������������������3,000.00;  and  all; have already subscribed-*for-the Press,  others have "not. We are making improvements in the paper every little  while, and, while refusing _at_all  times, to make, pretentious promises  of what we shall do .in the future, we  will state that -,*w'e have in contemplation a vastly bigger step than any  we have yet made, in the spring of  1913. ������������������������������������������������������ We/want to increase our subscription' list materially before making the next move, an-d wish to have  every newcomer in the district .enrolled with us." We "will "give every  new subscriber the' paper from low  in each and every j until the1-end of 1913���������������������������15 months���������������������������for  and  the signatures to such cou-' the regular price    of one year���������������������������������������������2.00.  pons may he either written, stamped,'Call 6r write-The' Walker Press   En-  printea or lithographed. ' , '  That a rate en the dollar shall aerl,y-  ,,    r      -     . v .    .      ..           ��������������������������� ���������������������������     ,       o.    J nat a rate en the dollar shall         '  hereby created during the currency of    thesaul del.entps^(po pyid^^  lor the payment-of   suclmebt wheny^     in     I1it, ^   \    y���������������������������      , some very   g  ler   Jame3.__has put_out-  KALPH CONNOR  Caprrlfbt. rUmlai H   R������������������������������������������������������ll Co.-  The Story of the Man and His Books  In the Highland settlement of Glengarry, in the heart of a Canadian  forest, Rev. Charles "W. Gordon, belter known to the reading world as Ralph  Connor, was born In 1SC0. In his career, the markings of heredity and  environment are moro manifest than in most men, as some hands show tlio  veins moro strongly than others.  To tho virility, intenseness, individuality and friend-making genius of  his father, Rev. Daniel Gordon, a Scotch preacher and teller of stories In  the primitive pioneer days of Canada's backwoods forty years ago, was  united in him the sympathy, mental keenness, literary temperament, spiritual insight ancl hunger for helpfulness that distinguished his mother.  ���������������������������In the woods through wliich he went to school, and where his early  childhood days were spent, he grew* into that close reverent love and communion with Nature that has become part of his very life, and pulsates  through all his pages. At eleven, the removal of his family to another section gave him better school advantages, and prepared -him for his curse  at Toronto University. He earned money in the fields to pay-for his education; he was not a hard student, but passed his examinations seemingly  ty instinct. After a three years' course at Knox College, where prizes and  scholarships dropped into his hands when he was, not looking, he spent a  year in Edinburgh and on the Continent to gain back his fleeting health.  On his return he went to Banff, the National Park of Canada, inhaling  the pure, clear air of the mountains and the spiritual, atmosphere that  seemed nearer to God because nearer to unspoiled Nature. On Sundays he  preached in the little Presbyterian Church to an audience of villagers and  tourists,; and it was while, a home missionary in the Northwest that he  grew discouraged over the small appropriation made for the -work among  the miners. His friend, the editor of "The Westminster" of Toronto, invited  hjm to -wage his war for funds through the pages of his paper, and. in  accepting, Mr. Gordon decided that a strongly human story might win its way  to the hearts and purses of the people.  The story was "Black Rock." that virile, crisp series .of pictures of life  In the mining camps, that made their author famous.' Then came "The  Sky Pilot," "The Man From Glengarry," "Beyond the Marshes" and "The  Prospector," all tingling with vitality���������������������������stories tender, humorous picturesque,  pathetic, strenuous in action and simple in thought.        ��������������������������� -,  Entered ������������������ccorillrii to Actof the l'jrll.ni.ut of C_n_d������������������, In tbo year 1905, by w. C. Mack, it lh* Depirtmeut of Ajrl.tilturi.  due  6. That the sum of ������������������150.00 shall be |  levied and raised annually by a rate!  on all thc rateable property in the J  in the manner provided for by the  M inicipal Act, 1906, and amending '  Acts ; i  l 7. That the sum of ������������������83.96 shall be j  levied and raised annually by a rate ,  on all the rateable property in the ,  City of-Enderby,--in addition-to-nll -  other rates, for the payment of the .  i debt hereby created,  whisn due; (  !    8.   That it shall    be lawful  for the j  said  City   of    Enderby  from time to  time to repurchase any of the said de- '  ' bentures at   such    price or prices as \  ��������������������������� may be    mutually   agreed   upon   be- j  t tween the snid City nnd the holder or  'holders of the said 'debentures ;   and  all debentures so repurchased shall be  ���������������������������forthwith   cancelled,    and  no re-issue  iof any debenture or debentures shall  , bc made   in   consequence of such re-  1 purchase ;  j     'J.   That this    By-law shall,  before  1 the final  passage thereof,  receive the  assent of the electors of the sMd City  ' of Enderby,  in   the manner provided  1 for by the   Municipal Act, 190G,  and  amending Acts ;  L0.   That    this   By-law shall  come  i into force and take effect .on the 31st  | day of December, 1912 ;  i"   11.   That this By-law may be cited  ! for all purposes as "The City of En-  ! derby Waterworks.Loan By-law, 1912'  j    TAKE NOTICE that the above is a  ��������������������������� true  copy   of    the   proposed  By-law  i upon which the vote of the Municipality will be taken, at the City Hall,  Enderby, on Monday, the 18th day of  November, 1912, between the hours of  9 a. m. and 7 p. m.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  Clerk of the Municipal Council,  Dated at    the   City Hall, Enderby,  B.  C,  November 7th, 1912.  his studio  good   work since opening  in    Enderby.   He is open  nrrency of for any order in general photography  to provide ancl is .also    I)1'el)arecl to handle the  for   amateurs   on    short  suflicient to pay interest on the debt  hereby created during the en  the said  debentures,    and  t��������������������������� ,..���������������������������..>.~  for the payment   of   such debt when clev'?l0Pulg  clue; I10tlce-   (J.   That the sum of ?180.00 shall be 777777" ";;.' 7~" ���������������������������==  levied  and  raised  annually  by a rate  &HU&WAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  on all  the    rateable   property in  the    City of l.nlerby, in addition to all Daily trains both *vavs from Sica-  other rates for the payment of the:nioUS Junction t0 okanagan Landing:  Interest on the said debentures; r        " - ������������������        ������������������"���������������������������>"������������������-  South .  bound       -'  read down  10.15   (Lv)  10.48  11.03  7. That the sum of ������������������100.75 shall be  levied and raised annually by a rate  on all the    rateable    property in tho  City of Enderby,    in addition  to all  other rates,  for    the payment of the  debt hereby created, when due;  8. That  it shall  be lawful  for thc  said  City  of    En lerby  from  time to \\"l%  time to   repurchase    any of the said.u'45  debentures at such price or prices as  12*03  may  be    mutually    agreed  upon   he-  12 30  tween  the said    City and  the holder [1245 (Ar)  or holders   of    the    said debentures;  and  all    debentures    so    repurchased  shall   be forthwith  cancelled,  ancl   no  re-issue of   any    debenture or deben-  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  STATIONS  sicamous   Jet  Mara  , Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  North  bound  read up  (Ar)   17.30  16.45  1G.29  1G.1.  15.45  15.25  15.00  (Lv) 14.45  JNO. BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  H. W. Harvey  Real Estate, Insurance,  E!tc.  Post Oflice Block, Enderbv  A large listing River Front Lands in small acreage���������������������������close to town.  On monthly payment system.  20 acres Bench Lands, excellent for fruit; Price, '������������������1,500  14 acres Fruit and Hay Land, with building, for $1,250, on terms  I have the largest listing of fruit and farming lands to be  had in the Northern Okanagan. Intending buyers would do. well  to call and see iry listing before securing elsewhere. .  a THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 7, 1912  WILL  YOU  1 AWFUL CARNAGE IN TURKEY  please read the particulars  about the property mentioned  below, and if you think it-  sounds pretty good, why como  in and we will talk it over. If  it doesn't suit, watch for next  week's paper. Something new  and  all     good    money-makers.  Ten Lots  Full size; facing a GO-ft. street  all high and dry, and good  building sites;  for  the sum of  $750������������������������������������  This takes them all, and I will  furnish you with a deed.  Now don't say that you never  had a chance,    for here's one.  Walter Robinson  BELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY  The allies of the Balkans this week  j completed the destruction of the  Turkish army in Europe. ��������������������������� Never- in  the history of the world has an  army been so utterly beaten and disorganized in so short a time as has  elapsed since the Bulgarians tired the  opening shot. What remains of the  Turkish army is now fleeim for safety to Constantinople, with the victorious army of the allies close rpon  their heels, and bringing wreckage  aud ruin in their wake. The reports  of the last stand made by the Turks,  indicate how severe the struggle has  been. . "The track of thc fleeing Turkish army is marked with dead and  dying," writes a correspondent to the  London Daily Chronicle. "Over the  wide Thracean plains, up the steep,  rocky slopes of Chorlu to its wide  plateau, down the other side, across  .the stony valley which leads towards  Tchatal.a, the broken army is crawling. It can no longer run; days and  nights of awful suffering have reduced its gait to a mere totter."  , The cry of the allies is onward,  ever onward, to the gates of Constantinople, inside of which, tbe victors say, thejV will dictate the terms  of peace.  THE   BLUE    AMBEROL   RECORD  Local Ads.  Advertisements under th:s head:  Hc a word for  the firM insertion; lea won!  each subsequent in-   HIGHEST     CASH   PRICES   Paid   for  ��������������������������� ertion.  fresh  ranch    eggs   at    the  Enderby  The great Thomas A. Edison has  I just perfected a new cylinder phono-  ; graph record known as the Blue Am-  borol. It is said tD possess greatly  increased volume and decidedly the  , finest tone of any phonograph record  ' of any kind now on the market.  '    In laboratory tests, a Blue Amberol  ��������������������������� record has been played 3000 times,  land the 3000th reproduction is said  i to have been  as fine as the first.   In  ��������������������������� other words, exhaustive tests demonstrate that this new record is practi-  'cally impervious to wear. It is also  : to all practical intents and purposes  j unbreakable.  I    It is intended that every Blue Amberol shall be a gem���������������������������the kind of record that you will want to play three  hundred and sixty-five times each year  and keep forever.     In the first place  the selection    must be one that will  appeal, in  the second  place,  the performance   must    be by the person or  | persons best able to do justice to the  selection, and in the third place,  the  recording    must  positively  be  of  the  best.   Mr.  Crane,  the local  dealer in  music and  musical  instruments,  con-  j templates    giving    a    demonstration  I concert as soon  as his first shipment  ���������������������������of Blue Amberols arrive, which he believes will be    next   Saturday after-  ��������������������������� noon and evening.  Listen! You will  be thankful if  you buy your  Clothes from US  Bakery.  SHORTAGE OF CARS  .HOBBERLIN made-toj-measure Clo-  j thing. Let us take your order. J.  j    W.   Evans  &  Son.  FIT-RITE SUITS at J.  W.  Evans &  '    Son's.  = 1  AS Money is Tight  But there are. people who  are constantly looking for  opportunities, to lend money  on gooil security. If you want  to borrow a few dollars, or a  few thousand, our Want Ads.  will put you in touch with  those who have money to  loan.  WIRE FENCING���������������������������  B. F.   SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts  taken  for erection.   Orders  for spring work now being booked.  LOST���������������������������Lady's small gold watch in  leather wrist-band. Will f:ndf:r  kindly leave at Okan_u;.in Saw M:>ls  Office.  Low prices for fruit ancl farm produce has caused many growers in the  vicinity of Armstrong to lose the  big profits on the season's work that  is usually theirs. And in addition to  the low prices, they have now other,  and even more exasperating difficulties to face. With the approach of  cold weather, the railway company  is,unable to furnish cars in which to  ship the produce, and we understand  the warehouses of the exchanges dealing at Armstrong are blocked with  stuff awaiting shipment. One shipper  states-that he has orders"in excess of  fifty cars, and * he has the stuff,'but  the railway company, cannot provide  the equipment to move  it.  WANTED���������������������������For Government road  camp; a white cook. Apply, H. D.  Baxter, Enderby.  SUIT CLEANED & PRESSED���������������������������Now  ���������������������������p-t-h e-=^ti me=4a=^get=i t=d on e.���������������������������Ojdex__  promptly executed. Rosoman &  Gildemeester, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking Parlors, Cliff street,  next J. W. Evans & Son's. Repairing a specialty.  AT    THE    WAREHOUSE,    C.  P.   R.  SIDING, ENDERBY, B. C.  Saturday  Nov. 16th  Under instructions from the Executor  of the late Benj. Brundish, deceased  1  Grey   Horse,    G    years old, quiet  ' and  good to work.  ���������������������������    1 Buggy.  i    1 Democrat (light.)  i    1 Cutter.  '���������������������������    1 Set heavy bob sleighs (new).  Ve do not merely want a man's money  when he buys clothes from us; ve want  his gratitude--ve vant to know that  he is pleased.  if every man in this tovn vere a  "judge" of clothing, ve vould sell every  suit and overcoat sold. Vhen you are  not a judge, you can trust just one thing  --REPOT-jITKM.  Ve are proud of our reputation and ye  feel thankful to our many customers who  confide in us, vho, h\ giving us their  business, shov that they believe ve sell  upright, vILL-WOOL clothing at square-  deal prices.  Enderby Trading Co., Ltd.  OF    CANADA.  Pald-lJp Capital. Reserve Fund $G 17^ Aftft  and Undivided Profits (Over) VO,X I tf������������������VUV  Total Assets (Over)   $63,000,000  BULBS���������������������������Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissus  Crocus, Snowdrops, etc., for sale at  J. W. Evans & Son's.  SWEET ClDER���������������������������IOc per gallon; cooking apples, lie pound Geo. R.  Lawes,  Enderby Heights.  CITY OF  ENDERBY  Voting on Money By-laws  NOTICE is hereby  given  that pursuant    to     the     provisions    of   the  Statutes of  British Columbia  governing  the passage   of    money by-laws,  the  persons  who    will  be entitled  to  vote  at the    poll   to  be  held   on  November 18th,    1912,  on  the Propose  ' Waterworks  Improvement and   Exten  sion  and  the  Drain  Continuation Bylaws are the assessed property owners  --i.  e.,   the  persons whose names appear on  the    last  revised  assessment  roll of the City.  In the case of change of ownership  of property, either by transferor by  devolution of interest, it is enacted  by Statute that the name or names  of the new owner or -jwners shall be  substituted for the name or names  appearing on the said assessment roll  PROVIDED a Statutory Declaration  proving the fact of transfer or devolution is made before the City Assessor at least FIVE clear days before  the day on which thc poll is to be  held.  By order. i  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN,    -   j  City Clerk.!  City  Clerk,   i  City Hall, Enderby, Nov. 7th, 1912 i  1 set heavy team harness (new;.  2 sets single harness  2 Robes,  2 Knee Rugs,  30  Sacks  Portland  Cement,  4 Sacks Keen's Cement,  ���������������������������10  Sacks Hardwall  Plaster,  f> Barrels Lime,  2 Barrels Plaster of Paris,  -1 -Sack-Fire Clay,    SOO Common Brick,  KiO Fire Brick,  25 C-inch  Drain  Pipes,  G C-inch Elbows,  1 Platform Scale,  I Hand  Saw,  1 Bicycle,  1 Spray Pump,  1 Grindstone,  2 Cook Stoves,  2 Heaters,  3 Cross-nit Saws,  1 20-ft Ladder,  1 S-ft Ladder,  I Pr Rubber Boots,  1  Set Brace and Bits,  3 Spirit Levels,  5 Bundles Lath,  1 Parlor Organ,  Quantity  of  Mason's  tools,  Quantity of Plasterer's tools,  Quantity of Garden tools,  Quantity of Lath Nails,  Also the building used as warehouse  ���������������������������50 feet by 20 feet���������������������������well built and in  good repair; close to railway track;  ground lease.  Sale to commence at 1:30 p.m.  Terms of sale,  Cash.  Walter Robinson  AUCTIONEER  Save Systematically  Haphazard, occasional saving  seldom accomplishes much. It's  the stead}', persistent, regular  depositing of so many dollars a  week, ormonih, or season, in the  Union Bank of Canada, which  ���������������������������*^na-kesone-finaneially*-indepeude-ntf=  The money accumulates all the  more rapidly, too, because of the  Interest which is added every  six mouths.  Try it.  Enderby Branch,    W. D! C. CHRISTIE, Manager  LONDON, ENG.,.BRANCH,  51 TJrrtadnccdlt: St., E.C.  F. VV. ASHE, - - Maiiuncr.  G. M. C. HART SMITU,   Assistant M(|r.  ENDERBY FLOUR  MOFFET'S BEST  Made strictly from Saskatchewan and Alberta wheat, in the  ONLY. MILL in the Okanagan. The PIONEER mill of British  Columbia, and now one of the MOST COMPLETE milling systems in Canada. Try this flour and you'll find it will produce a  grent volume of good, wholesome, NUTRITIOUS bread. You  T^lrnTi^th^coior^W^HiT-E-R^than^any^other-flour^cm^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  Lansdowne Poultry  Yards  COCKS FOR SA1.I.  ,'of   the    following    varieties:     Brown  ] Leghorns,     Bull    Orpingtons,    Barred  i Rocks.    All  from  prize-winning stock.  From $1.50 up.   The best young stock  I ever raised.  W.   T.   MARSHAL..,  Lansdown,   Armstrong P.O.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime fresh meats, w  have them.     Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers from;  the richest feeding grounds in Alber  ta, and   are   killed   and cut strictl  FRESH. |  We buy first-hand for spot cash, soj  can give you the best price  possible.  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Send in your subscription to the Press  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, unhealthfulodors.  Tohaveabetter lighted home, with an  Aladdin Mantle Lamp  will actually cost you nothing.   It will pay for Itself in thc oil 5t saves.   I am  the ������������������gcnt for thc Mantle Lamp Company of America and am telling you what 1  know to be absolute facts.    Professor Rogers, of Lewis Institute, Chicago, mad?  a comparative test of all the lending oil-Burning lamps on the market���������������������������anl the  'Aladdin was found to give the best light and the most economical to use. But you  don't need to accept these strong statements on my word only.   All I atk ii thc opportunity to prove  them at my own risk.   I will be glad to let you  j TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You Buy  1 I furnish Table, Bracket, Hanging, Wall and Chandelier types of lamp.���������������������������in fact Aladdin Lampsfor every  ! purpose. Just drop me * post card and simply say you are interested. I'11 bc glad to bring an Aladdin Lamp to  1   show you and Irave in youi home lo use r ui^lit or two, entirely1 without obligation,   Mail the card today.   __  BERNARD ROSOMAN, Agent,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  The Mantle Lamp Co. of America, Chicago, Portland, Dallas, Waterbury,  Montreal and Winnipeg.


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items