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 ^__S2!l"i*m,  S>.- trV- 'Oj.  E i:lei-by, B. C.   December 19, 1912  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 5; No. 37; Whole No. 251  Town aiM District News in Brief  of People ancl Things Heard About  Two  of   the   most instructive  lectures were held in K. of P. hall last  Mrs. W. Glen is visiting her daugh-     Thursday evening's picture show at !Thursday evening under  the auspices  FARMER'S INSTITUTE LECTURES  ter at Gladstone, Man. the Opera House promises to be one  F. Riches was    in  from Mara Wed- of intense   interest,    especially to an  nesday on Christmas business. Enderby audience.   '   It is called  "A  No more    Scout drillS will be held Sawmill Hero,"   and  shows  the  log-  until the second week in. January. ging camp, the eating house, a boom  A specially fine bill will be put on of logs    in    the    river, and exciting  at the Opera House Christmas eve. - scenes in camp    life connected there  of, the Farmer's Institute. A large  numfcer of farmers and poultry men  were in attendance, - for these were  lectures    on    Dairying    and  Poultry.  City Council Passes Up Board of  Trade Request re. Belvedere Crossing  An adjourned    meeting of the City \ meeting by    Miss   Davis was carried  Council was held on Monday evening, j with only two    dissenting votes. The  The matter of settlement with Contractor Russell for the construction  of  main  drain    was  discussed.      Mr.  Mr. H. Rive discussed Dairying and j Russell's claim is for .$1104.00 extra  Mr. H. Riddle Poultry. Mr. Riveifor having to lay the drain 18 inches  was particularly  interesting  when he j deeper    than    the    profile  called  for.  Manager   Moffet   of    the Columbia  with.     The    regular prices of admis-idiscussed the   subject of feeding and'His charge   is    based    on   $1.80  per  Flouring Mills,   is  visiting the coast  sion  will be charged.  cities this week. :    Mr. and   Mrs. H. McKee, who have  Miss Lewis returned this week from   been   visiting   at   White  Bush,  Alta.,  college  to spend  the Christmas holi-  for the past few months, returned to  days at her Enderby home. Enderby Wednesday.     Mr. McKee re-  A stove is being put in the station   ports a very mikl winter in Alberta.  at.Grindrod.       Two lengths  of pipe The first   fall _ _of    snow    since that  have arriv. which came in   October and  immedi-  . Dr.   Crawford    has    returned   from  ately dissapeared, lightly covered the  .Salmon Arm and will be in Enderby  ground  the    morning .he left for En-  '' fer'a'month or two. '    ' -derby.       Threshing    is    still   in'"full  "    Miss   .Faulkner, "who  is  attending  swing in Alberta."  college    at    Summerland,   returns  tor-   *ncr home this week for Christmas. '    \        .     WITH THE BOWLERS  ' The    final    orders    for    Christmas '  silos. He strongly urged the erec-'yard. The council tendered him  tion of silos by every farmer who ' ?525.22 in final settlement, en a basis  has even a few hend-of cattle to feed. :of $1.20 per yard.  It means great saving in the cost of' Report of returning officer on vote  feeding, and keeps the animals in on loan by.laws recently carried was  better condition. The time to cut _ read and filed, and Loan By-laws 11  corn for the- silo is when it reaches :and 12 passed their third reading and-  what is known    as the dough stage,   sealed.  It is then in a . better condition to j Surveyor William's submitted plan  make fodder and- will retain "its food of approach to river to be submitted  qualities. It should be cut and-not to the Indian denartment. Referred  thrown into the silo in the stalk, as'back for minor details,  to do this means a big loss-in feed-1- Plan of, Teece sub-division referred  ing, as the cattle will leave so much ! back for opening of blind street end.  iof it.     The-matter of cost of chop-!    Request   of   Board    of-Trade that  resolution was of the formal kind,  praying the government to grant the"  franchise to women.  greeting cards will be printed Friday1 ^  wulcr"y    bowlers     completed  .the j per is overcome in other districts by "Council ask O. P.  R. to make cross-  aiid. Saturday by the Walker Press.    [hyst-Jiali of* a second series-of-games.} the daiTymen co-operating in thVpu'r-  ing at "end   of   Belvedere street, "v/o-  ., Attorney.  Crossman    has  arranged   on   luesday evening, and playing has -chase and useo[   the machine.     -Mr.   action1 taken  and   matter  iurther  de.  to  visit "Armstrong  each  Wednesday,' popped  until after Christmas.  _ThelRive   calle(1    attention  to  the  weak-  layed.  and will be found at the office of Dr. , ���������������������������"n,ls ������������������s now made UP average 544.7, *nesses in    the    or(Unary co-operative     Formal resolution, put through re.  L.  O.  L. OFFICERS  o.  At the annual meeting of Enderby  L. O. L. 446, held Dec. 14th, the following officers were elected: * R. A.  Garden,   W.    M.;    J..P.". Dale,  D.  M.;  IF.  Prosser,    C.;    C.    Garden,  R.  S.;  j Win,   Jones, Treas.;   Geo.  Maundrell,  lecturer;  Wm. Embry, D.  of C.    J.H.v  Carefoot,   J.  McMahon,   G.  Bucknell,'-;  T. Baird arid A. Marshall, committee  After the election the officers were'  installed    byr-Brb." W. . J.  Whitley",  provincial    "organizer- -.for" "the  grand3"  lodge  oPB.  C.;  Throughout'the "pro-"  vince, .Mr. "Whiteley reports .this as a  banner"year,    in   the number of newt:  j lodges and    in   the increase of membership in nearly every lodge" in B.C.  AMBASSADOR"REID  DEAD  Atkinson.  i 547.5,  54G.4  and  54G.2;  and  the  play  institution of    farmers; the principal' municipal election.  WhiteTaw"-Reid, the ambassador of  the United States ' to Great Britain,  land to whom' is credited the honor  Are your city  taxes  paid?     Don't  ���������������������������S  has been  very    close throughout ��������������������������� weakness  pointed    out. by him being     Several   minor    matters     covering! of  bringing  the    peoples  of the-two-  _  ^ rim     href     U _-_ 1 f rP.*._-_    4-nnni.-     _-. _������������������������������������     *^,������������������ ,1 rt "" -     "   j * ���������������������������     .  forget that all taxes not paid on or  before Dec. 31st will immediately after that date begin to bear interest.  Robt. Bailey Sr., this week purchased 33 feet of the adjoining property to his home lot, cor. Railroad  avenue and Regent street, of Andy  Baird.  Mrs. Dagg returned from the coast  Wednesday morning,  weak but greatly improved in    health as the result  of, an operation for appendicitis.  =Dr-T=-Atkinson ,=of-=Aifmstrong ,=.has=  is    ia  .        ie   earns aie male  that of the members getting into the  water applications    and  crossings  to - countries into closer touch'than any  c   .    Q    S' . j habit of buying through the institu- properties approved. ima,n ever" sent    from America to the  i'wd   n"S~J' D" W   J   L,emlte,tion fced that should be raised"by the     Letter from H. R. Wilson complain- ;Motherland, died in London the past  an.C      "     '     lns .^- , ; farmers themselves. ing of condition of Salmon Arm road i week.       The British government has  A.   E.   Maundrell���������������������������G.    B.   Schmidt,  Mr.  Riddle's    talk  on  poultry  care  and sidewalk,  laid  over.  [proposed to ..the United States thata  H. Moffet and J.  Laforge.                 -   ; Was fiUed  witf]    Valnable suggestions Application of J. W.  Evans & b'n  British  battleship should  convey the  7  '.    ra^e ��������������������������� u*    x ack>   A- Reeves':accompanied - hy    just  enough   quiet for permission    to   cross Cliff   -,re-tjbody of the   late ambassador to his  H. Lindrot.                                                  *,             .           ,     _i                 ..              ,.,,,.,,. I     _"���������������������������      ,    ���������������������������',  I humor to make the suggestions smk sidewalk  inti their business pro'i.r.v  native land.-  H.  G.  Mann-E. B.  Dill, E.  Evans, j^     He socn    hftfl every poultr7man rcad nnfl laid 0VeI,  and C. Johnson. ! present deeply interested  in'the sub-    At the conclusion* ol the first halfsJect and  h      in|, qliestionS upon him  the teams    stand:       Maundrell, 7 up  VOTES  FOR WOMEN  ���������������������������MILITIA ORDERS  and  2    down;    Stevens,, G _up__and_3_  arranged to make regular weekly visits to Enderby. He will be found  each Wednesday at the office of A. F.  Crossman.  A meeting of the ratepayers of  North Enderby School District will  bc held at the residence of Wm.  Jones, Dec. 20th, at 2 p.m., to consider moving the school house.  The Press next week will be published on Wednesday morning instead  of Thursday, the regular publication  day. Advertisers will kindly get  any change of copy in oir Monday  morning.  Wm. Anderson left on Monday for  Bluevalc, Out., where he will spend  Christmas with his aged father,  whom he has not seen for nearly a  quarter of a century. He expects to  return  in a month.  Pat Quilam was arrested Tuesday  evening by Constable Bailey for being drunk and disorderly, and was  sentenced by Magistrate Rosoman to  serve 30 days. He was taken to Vernon to work for the city.  Road Foreman Baxter broke camp  on the Trinity Valley road this week,  and all work in that section has  ceased. The road to Trinity Valley  is now an assured fact, although the  last part built is only a sleigh road,  It will require considerable work  next year to finish the job.  The hall decorations for.the Scoutmasters' dance to, be given to-morrow (Friday) night in tiie Opera  House, will be green and white with  Christmas bells to give coloring. It  promises to be an affair that will be  long remembered by all participating  either as dancers or spectators.  down;    Fravel,    3  up    and    G down;  Mann, 2 up and 7 down.  covering every phase of the problem.      A public    mcetine   was held in the j  ^Opera^f-Ioirse^last^-F-rklay^cvening^to-  hear Miss    Davis,    organizer for the  equal suffrage movement.   Between 80  All officers N.C.O.S. and men of the  Enderby_unit,_3Oth. B.__C_.._Pl...attend-_  CURLING  CLUB  MEETING  ATHLETIC   ASSOCIATION  i    A  meeting of  ! in  the office of th  the curlers was held ���������������������������  mn          i . ,         nig-out  dress;    no    spurs;   officers   in  im.  -uuu.. was uLui am]  [QO people    were present, embra-  ,.          ,,,,       ' ���������������������������   ,  iio  Northern  Okana- ���������������������������           ���������������������������*.                i . ti        blue,      "he O. C. hopes that as many  ail  -Moiuiuu  yjr.ii.iiri. cmir quite  a  numljcr of  men. Rev. >                ,               ,,    '                        " ���������������������������*  At a    recent   meeting of the local igan   Laml    Compa,ly    lnst Saturday M��������������������������� Campbell was in the chair.  Scouts,  an   organization   was   "ormed |a,tornoonf flnd    tllC club ^'^jf ^ Miss Uavl������������������ ,B   " filIC������������������L weaker and  entitled The Boy   Scout Athletic  /s-r,or thC 1912"13 soason:     K   J' ?Iack ������������������ clear    thinker,    and   her discourse  ������������������������������������������������������.,,..  ���������������������������        t      i-i     li      r ti     ���������������������������     , was elected    President, H.  W, Keith, ...nc.    inrppuplv    ininmcHmr   ir, mmv  sociation,    of    which    the   followm'-' "ns    intei.beij    lntcicsting   to many  oi- ..                 i    j   i     o                    -'vice-president and T.  E. Rodie secrc-- .,.)lri ...���������������������������,.���������������������������    lmf.imji|.,. - ...mi, m,��������������������������� i���������������������������������������������������������������������������������i  oflieers. were - elected: -President, -As-*     --- -----     -   - - .__>Mio..\\eic...uniamiiiai. _with. the.legal.  as can do so will be present at the  ball.  Drills and  lectures will  be suspended till the second week in  January.  G.C.J.L.   HENNIKER,   Capt.  - ������������������  '���������������������������l  '  a  *J  '���������������������������J .  il  41  ���������������������������fi\  Z\  U  - >J  I,  a  ������������������������������������������������������46  .-,r trii  - ,%Tl  '-'-II  -        ii  ���������������������������*:|  M  ��������������������������� V  , t  ing    the    Scoutmasters'   Ball on  the  20th Dec,   will   wear uniform,   walk-  sistant  S.  M.,    F.   R.    Prince;  vice-,  tary-trea surer.  The offer of   T.    E. Robie to make  status  of women   in  Canada.      Miss  The Enderby Bakery has opcnc.l a  president, Assistant S. M. G. B. . ,. * "* u"tl,u,' " '7 "" " '"^u Davis spoke very clearly of the work fille ������������������������������������������������������e o( rresh fruits eLc> f . t, ,  o-i,.���������������������������i.M      it c '_ ���������������������������      _ * the ice and  keep   it in condition  for  i,nfiorf--iknn   hv ihn  nn-nniMiinn    n,,.i',..   . ' '   u    t,IH-  Schmidt;    Manager   of teams,   Scout'  , .      V. . einn unticitalan   D.   the  oigani/.ation,  and   Christmns trade.     Also fancy choco-  P.    Mowat;     Scc,tre���������������������������S..   Scout    E. Il !^0" "'   the s;" <" M0������������������ "*"s -'������������������-' !������������������������������������������������������������������������ tlclarly   the !���������������������������w��������������������������� ���������������������������, 13. O. V^,   cre���������������������������m'S|    ������������������������������������������������������,    ������������������mtZVnZ-  C'���������������������������/- ,��������������������������� ,...',!    *7,?]������������������,������������������_  w������������������   .ppolnw a =0.,- ��������������������������� *l{*-'?������������������ *" ?" "^ **" "T . ������������������** ������������������'*������������������'-. ���������������������������>��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������" ������������������.���������������������������������������������  The purpose of the as���������������������������"'-'-'"*- '-���������������������������'-' ' ' "*  place the  various sport..  _.   ...���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������,  s,Kne'' llp- tied to.      She   pointed out the mis-  oranges.  ,  ,.      .   ,    ;     ''.  ���������������������������>���������������������������  i>iacK  was    nppoinien a com- ��������������������������� ,imi   ,|j(i   nnf    fr;vn  |i,pm   filf)  r|1-n���������������������������,,|. * n        _. . .-������������������-������������������.  association 's lo      ...      ,      , .. .      ..    ,. t   u,1(1  (U(1   "0l   ������������������ne Lncm   ine iecog.u- , Everyth ng    fresh  and  clean and  the  orts  of  the  Boy   ���������������������������^7 membership hst|Lion  whlch   thcy felt they were entl-1 l>caL milde. .  Scouts under one general head as re  gards  financing, outfitting, arranging'    "X  ���������������������������. .���������������������������..,.   ���������������������������Lr.      ^_��������������������������� * .,, ,       i take  Mr. Rodie has the rink in shape to'sion of L|1C m3Veii������������������;nt and  urged  the  ���������������������������,,���������������������������,,���������������������������     ���������������������������,���������������������������        r\        l ...   , i unkc   the   first   ice,   nnd   all   that   is   re- . hr'-.r-f v   rn-minmf inn   nf   nil   u-������������������ninn   in  games,  etc.     One treasurer  will ban-. .nuui.j   to opciation  oi  an  women  in-  die all funds    which go  towards  the *qllire? ^ gCt thc roarin' Knmc ������������������oin������������������ : terested in the cause,  maintenance of the    particular sport'1S a llttlC   CoM    weuthcr' a shcct or |    Miss  Davis    denied   that the move-  two of ice    120    feet   long or there- !mcnt is    responsible   for  the  women  of the season.  Colors    were    adopted,   fees   .gr_3d !  abouts, a house at both ends with a j neglecting their homes, and said  the  CARD  OF THANKS  The Mara Musical and Athletic As-j j bef, leave to tender my heartfelt  sociation will hold an Old Ycar*thanks and KI.atitudc to the many  dance in Mara hall on Friday eve-|friends of my brother and family for  ning, Dec. 27th. dentlemen, ?1;00; , their expressions of sympathy to me  ladies, 50c. A cordial invitation is|in my recont sa(] bereavement, and  extended   to    Enderbyites to partici-' wish one and all a happv Yuletide.  Pate- j  A.  E.  BEST.  If you   want    a    choice Christmas j    with every $25    cash  purchase,  the  Poison  Furniture Company  will   this  week give free a carpet sweeper.  gift in furniture, see the holiday display this week at Poison Furniture  Company's store.  SUIT CLEANED & PRESSED-Now  the time to get it done. Orders  promptly executed. Rosoman &  Gildcmeester, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking Parlors, Cliff street,  next J. W. Evans & Son's. Repairing a specialty.  second crop;  feed; loose.  ,rs���������������������������young  to all of which questioning she made     S0Ws   an<1   Berkshire hoar.     Apply  Stepney F^arm, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������-Gasoline engine and  men in the audience, to whose ques- j Wood sawing outfit. Will take half  tions she    always    had  a  conclusive      of Payment   in   wood.   H.  Greyell,  answer, she asked: Enderby._       ^  "Have  you  any   more  questions ?" J WANTED��������������������������� Sound    young   horse, well  "Oh,   Lord,    no,"  came back from '    broken;  ten  to fifteen   hundred,  for  the man, "fm squashed!" j    delivery wagon.     State price.     Ad-  A   hearty   laugh  greeted   this  droll !    dress C, Enderby Press,  acknowledgment.      Tt  was  indicative :    Don't delay "ordering your Christ-  of  thc    spirit   of    the  meeting.   The ; mas meats.     We have the finest qual-  speakcr held her own against any of hty  quick   and   ready  answer.      After  being questioned   by one of the gentle-  ' on the market.     Geo. R. Sharpe.  Sheaf Wheat, 2c per sheaf; oat hay j her questioners, and won  thc sympa- j    Order your Christmas turkeys  and j bailed, $10 per ton;  timothy hay for   thy of her audience . See the line of folding couches just  geese early.     Geo. R. 8harpe. sale.     G.  Murdock, Grindrod. j    Thc  resolution    brought before  the' received by the Poison Furniture Co. .il; ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S weekly  Thursday, December 19, 1912  rsstmas  end (gift Boob  O-DOOOOOO-OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  c-oO'>oo/;-c-_-ooooooo<>c>oo<x)o  This is a combination that  it would be difficult to improve upon for HER. We  have the choicest procurable in both these lines.  Of course, we have a host  of other suitable gifts also  O-O-S-OC-OOOOC-OOOC'OODOOOOOO  OOOOC-C-OOC'C-.."--C'C".-00000000  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliir St. ICndei-by  FNOFRRY     PRFSS   is a(imiUe(I     t0    hc mosL important.  E_1^_L/11iFkD I      F.l\r^kJO   XoLhilll,   hnK   0,)ei.|lte<l    more to the  I'l.l.li-  lii'il   t-vfvy  Tlmr  at    l-'.iuli'i-liy,  I-S.C. :it  i2 |n-r ywir. Iiy tin- Walker P  Ailvci lisinK K.'lle>: 'I'liin.'-ieMt. ."iOc an ini'b lirsl  in^p'i linn, :i.V c-ach Milistinu'iil insoi-liuiie <.'nn-  ii.-K-t ailvertisinj,'. .1 ar. in.ih per inunlli.  I.emil Notices: l_i :i lino lirst insertion: .*���������������������������*<��������������������������� a line  eai.-li suIj.m i|iient iii.-erlidii.  ileaiiiiit; Nilii-es and l.ncals: LV a line.  DECEMBER 19.   191:2  THI.   PUBLIC   INTEREST  It is hardly necessary tor us to advance argument in support of the request made by the ratepayers of Enderby or to endorse the policy for  civic improvement next year as set  forth elsewhere in this issue of the  Press.       Nor  does  it seem   necessary  detriment of I.nderby than the un-  tidyness of the streets. Visitors  and other prospective locators  have commented upon this phase of  the city's appearance in no uncertain  words,    which    have  not been  to our ;  ; credit.  |    Item five  urges the inauguration of ���������������������������  a long-felt necessity, and one the city j  'has attempted  at various times in  a1  i disinterested   manner,   to   carry   out. I  ' 1  j    Items six and seven have been  dis- ,  i cussed   by   previous    councils  but   no I  'action   taken.     The    ratepayers   now,  | request action.     They recognize that*  i it will    be    impossible    to   have   an ���������������������������  effective  fire-fighting force  until  some i  action  is  taken  along  the  lines indicated by the signers. i  Bank of Montreal  o  Established   1817  Capital,  $16,000,000 Rest,  .flC.OOO.OOO  Hon. President, Rt. Hon.  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. C. M-. 3.  O  President, R. 3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, Sir Edward Clouston, Bart.  General Manager, II.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  JOth   June and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH ' A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.  Tndei-by !_���������������������������> Iku No. -10  It'd'ilsir meotiiiM-s lirst  Thursday <>n nr after the  full moon at !> p. in. in Odd-  follows Hall. Visiting  br"llirf!ii  c irdially  invited.  ( the men named  in  the requisition ad  : dressed  to Messrs.   Ruttan, Blanchard !councll ,n8t  Milton,   Barnes,     Murphy   and   Teece. ; ���������������������������ot  available  fco  ; bvery citizen must recognize the val- ,    Ucm nine ngkg  limbic services   given    t,  the city  by | a  cemotery  c>tc.  ; -Mayor  Ruttan    and   the  men  serving '  : with  him ou  the council in 1911.      It  was a year of permanent, substantial  improvement.      The   position   of  mayor and    alderman last year was no  sinecure.       It     meant self-sacrificing  labor on the part of the. men serving  the city.    -And  it. will mean as much  thc coming year.   ���������������������������  , . ,     .     l.        .   , .    item eight   asks the adoption  of a i  to emphasize the wisdom  in selecting   ,   ...      ,������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������,.,,.     .      ", rn,  .... 6 ! better    street-lighting-   system.     The.  need  of   this    was    accepted    by the  but the  funds were  make  the  change.  the city to procure  This  demand  has  been before the city for several years, j  The difficulty has ever been that a '  site could not he found that was i  purchasable. We understand a suit- !  able plot is now available, within a j  mile of town, on a sloping hillside, I  and free from all "objectionable fea- j  t-res.     lt is fortunate such a recom-  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 LchIku.)  King Edward Hotel, ������������������  I-T. MURPHY  oprietor  Enderby  SUTCLiFKR  W. M.  ���������������������������^0   Eureka Lo<Ikc, No. 50  Metis every Tuiwla.   uVuiiinK'at S u'clocl., in 1. O  0  K. hall. Motcalt* l>l������������������ck.    Visitinjr brothers a|.  whvs    welcome.       ���������������������������    WM    DUNCAN. N. G.  GKO. KRI,I.AMY. V. G.  K. E. WH1.BLER. Sec-y.  J. H. GAYLO!?!"). Tresis.  ., ���������������������������  , 'mendation    has    been    made  at this1  -Mayor Ruttan  is planning his busi-   time I  ness in the north so as to enable him j    Ltem   ten  ' covers    another    iecc     f |  to devote his entire time to  Enderby |,lnflniBhK,     buslness-thc    City     Hall i  y .1   MARNKsih'n I"0'11''.     ThC 8Ch������������������01  "Ulld,nE Will:and Rrounds-     Itcm elevc"  ���������������������������"��������������������������������������������������������������� thei  ���������������������������"���������������������������   I.AIC_NL_athold    ]]lm    her(Ji       an(]    .f    he   wiu   ac(Jept-clty    ^  the post of mayor another term he '���������������������������  will have done a great service in the '  permanent development of Enderby. !  With  him  in   ion  as  members of  the'  .seert'iary  J. 0.0. f.  ancl  if they -vvil  work- the city will  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 3.r). K. of P.     . .  Meets every  Moiulay  evening j  in K.of P. Hall.    Visitors cor- ;  riially invited to attend. j .,  G.G.CAMPHELL.CC.      iUa,nes an '  A*   TMilton  are also  men-  aT:f'iion!iiW,K-ri'   jUOnMl in the ';e(l������������������isition.      it is not  Hall suitable fo-; .picei-u, ninces and ail public ;.,necessari'  to    foreshadow  what these  flitertainiiieiith.    For rates, etc.. address. j men    will   do   if     they  take up    tlie    work.     N0  the  prepare   the way for the in- j  stallation of a sewerage system. This !  is a big ciuestion,   and one that will ���������������������������  j require    considerable    time  to  solve, i  .. ilt is n    ciuestion-    however,  that wei  council,     were      Messrs.      Blanchard, !win  have  to "  face   if  Enderbv is to i  and    'Jcece.      Each of these j advance.     Tf a sewage farm is to-d.e \  s of the progressive type.    They ! purchased, now is* the time to buy it, !  served  as    aldermen' most  admirably Jand not wait'until the land has gone :  afiain .undertake  the! ���������������������������p  ?50    or $100    nn    acre.     Suitable!  be most fort mate, land   could    have    been   purchased   a !  in  having them.   The names of P. H. .few  years  at  ?10  an  acre  TShe WHITE  Sewing- Machine  or I wouldn't be selling it.    See it  you  to    investigate; easy-terms at"  Murphy  men  In stock this week. It is the best  and try it before buying; it will pay  fair prices.  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  Disc Records <? ...  Perforated Music. Rolls, from 15c up   .,--'-.-  For all Player Pianos  Always in stock '      . " ,  The same ��������������������������� Leave your order with us for Edison or Disc Records, if we haven't  land to-day   win-cost $_.. to $70 an j what you want in  stock.       See and"hear-the Gourlay-Angelus  acre.      If we  wait   another  half  dec- , Piano. -*..-.  ade, it will cost the city ?100 to ?200 j  are prepared  to ! an acre.      Even  if the system cannot!  PROFESSIONAL  in NDERBY  nizes  i  I-;. KODIIC. Knderby  '  i.jikm    un       run       n.^-..i-. v.  one   rceog-ibe  installed at once, it would be wise  needs    of    Enderby  better J to get hold of the land now.  rcvr^VuC^PviX^Rn'l,\7Xn'     AS mem})Cr of Ll,e i    A^    ratepayer   who  has  not  been  COli AGL   MObl 11 AL   Board   of  Hciod    Trimfonu   i,n  u  ,.     1   ' ^,       t-,    ,,  i ,UJ1   ' "'htees  he  has  al-:scen by -Mr.   Packham. and  who is in  Miss WAKWiCK. l'roi.rietress ; ' Cacl>' tendered most valuable service  Darn  AcPnt aluj for Church and Parlor Organs  Ainu I-ire and l.ile Insurance  Ollice in brick block opp. The Walker Press.  J. E. CRANE,  Enderby A Kent  Maternity Fees. .520 per week  l-'ees covering ordinary illness. 5*2.ii0 per day.  ENDERHY, li. r.  ' "XiX vXCrobTn so n~~  w  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER  Aitrr'C nenU of S.ile.    Dec Is & M u-twato's.   Unci.-  nii'ii.i VVitni'i!seii.    I.'i.uw Ni'HKlialcil  Ollice: Unom 2, Hell Hlncl<. Knderby. H. (.'���������������������������.  G.  ... WILLIAMS  , ���������������������������'.���������������������������!���������������������������. Humes has served on  the council  jon  previous occasions as  well  ;is the  J Past year,    and    hP(i tf.cn  g���������������������������0;]  j \'ice.      U  i.s important that the  ���������������������������'secures  the    services  of  these  .to be had.   \ve Can   ill-afford  , them ;1S public oflicinls.  !    The program    of-civic  improvement  which    the.se    men    are  requested   Lo  carry out  does    not inclu Ie  project.     The   various   items  ser-  city  men if  to  lose  -ivoiyiiiioii ifilu  Hl.LL  ,R. H  lompnor  roHncial [.and Surveyor  EXDI-KBY.  -_a.Uul^n=^UrC-^ pro.i?ram-ir;n*-G-;  any  new  cniimer-  favor of  this   "Progressive   Enderby"  ; movement,    is   urged  to  call  on  Mr.  ���������������������������Packham,    in    the office  of'tlie  Northern Okanagan  Land  Company,   (old  I bank  office,   I.nderby  Hotel)  and  add  his  or her name ��������������������������� to the list of signers.      If the    ratepayers enn  get  together  on    this    proposition,  and  all  work    solidly    and    unselfishly  for  a  "Progressive  Enderby"   for   1913,   the  year's    accomplishments    will  eclipse  all previous efforts.  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  IWQlf  Block  ,C.  D1  W. KEITH,  Ollii-i- ho.ir*:    Forenoon.  !) lo l<i:'lf>  Aftei noon, .i lo A  Iv.eiiiiu;. 'i:'!'i tf> ":!���������������������������!"  Sniwlav, by appoininieiit  MMie..; <:.���������������������������: <*liir and Ci-vk'-N'^. KNUKIMlY  P.      "MUSIC   W. CHAPMAN  I'. I). Hex If!'.'. Knderby.  Vi.-it-tur > i-ive^ pnpik for I'intin, Orxnn, Violin  Sincini; and 'rin-ury of .Mn-ie. Kir.  Courses  for  the '"'���������������������������inailian   or   Hritinh  Academy  Rxaniination?  Mnt_p__!=s:  M  STENOGRAPHY  JSS Al.  ELLIOTT  an'd Stenography  --- i|p i  time and again before previous co-in- !  oils. The need of each of these pro- |  Ki-easive steps has long been admiLtel I  Imt the years have slipped by with- j  out .my great ellort being made Lo j  carry them into effect. The rate'- I  Fiayers are now a.s'-:iiig that favor- ;  aide talk be erystalizr*! into favor-  a.blc. actiuii... ..And-it dues- nut s^em !  possible tu name a council out of the ���������������������������  material available betler capable of!  making these recognize! iwcda devel- ;  ope into actualities than the men to ,  whom the request to stand f.ir civic :  honors is addressed.  ln regard to the pr.igram planned  by the petitioners. It i.s generally  conceded that the items placed in the  reciuisitiun  to  bc    undertaken  in   MMI-i  Public Typewriting |colll(1 ,1oL 1)c better stated.   There is  no ground for any selfish feeling to  enter inL> the discission of them.  They are purely public nuestions, and  should be considered solely from the  standpoint of the public good. In  the first item programmed, the ratepayers are virtually asking for a continuance of last year's policy as far  as possible in order to make last  year's street work of greater benefit.  We have seen this season how, during the soft weather, the mud from  the side streets is carried in upon the  macadamized thoroughfare and  thereby made but very little better  than the streets that are not gravelled. Item three urges Lhe continuance of the public improvement inaugurated by Mayor Ruttan and the  council of 11)11.  Item four suggests a solution of  the vexed problem of cleaning the  streets   in   the  .summer  season.     This  No Irrigation Required  These-lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are in splen-  .id condition for planting.  An'''experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction td  purchasers free of charge, or orchar n-ill be planted an., o.ied for at a  modern tc charge.  1G0 acres, sub-divided  into 20-acre lots . ���������������������������    now on thc market at   #175  Get in on the first, block and make  money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Oflico, Enderbv.  ������������������ ^V������������������^t^'i'^y(^i^i<^^^4y^^^^ial  Get Ready for Winter  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuildings  Here are   some   specials in  lumber  -while they last:  i  E. J. Mack  Olici-    In U'-ll brick block on Maud St.. twodnorn  tnulli of Kiiiv;   I.dward   IwU'l.  [.ndcrhy, B. C.  POLITICAL  ]?NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  u ASSOCIATION     '  J..L. RUTTAN,       A. F. CROSSMAN  President. Secretary.  Lansdowne Poultry  Yards ,  COCKERELS FOj^'SALE  of the following varieties: ,. Brown  Leghorns, Hull Orpingtons'';'-' Barred  Rocks. All from prif.c-winning*stock-.  From $1.50 up. The best young stock  I ever raised.  W.   T.   MAHSIIALL,  Lansdown,   Armstrong   P.O.  1  a'  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables | :  ENDERBY. 13. C. *  - i\  ^     Good Rijrj;   Careful Driv- | j  is ers; Dravinft* of all kinds.      4 I  ,i, fc i{ !  %     Comfortable and  Co mmo- %, j  % dious Stabling for teams.      %\  ^ ��������������������������� *-' i  f Auto for Hire i  No.   t  Lath   ... per thousand  ...%   2.OON0.  No.  2 Dimension,      "      "      ...   12.001x.  3  Bev.   Occlar  Siding    15.00  No.  1 & 2  Shiplap     14.0C*  4  t  These are good values,and you will be pleased with them.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers   and   Tourists in  & vileel to give us a trial.  it i *  BARGAINS���������������������������Prices net at cellar  door; delivery extra: choice No. 1  winter apples, $1 per box; No. 2s,  SOc per box; box l.Jic extra. White  Potatoes, 75c sack. Good swoet  cider, 40c gallon; also celery, cabbage and cider vinegar. Geo. R.  Lawes,   lOnderby,  An Opportunity for a  Reliable Man in  Enderby  We have Some'gilt-edged original prairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions);  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an ex-.  tensive advertising 'campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with, a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO Thursday, December 19, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND VVALKEK'S WEEKLY  f  if  31  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 iri Canada. Try this flour and you'll find it will produce a  grent volume of good, wholesome, NUTRITIOUSlbread. You  will find the color WHITER than any other flour Snjhe 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   fcO. Limited  Important Innovation in Civic Affairs  Inaugurated by Enderby Ratepayers  NOTICE  Sealed tenders will be received by  the undersigned up to Jan. 15, 1913,  noon, for the clean-clearing of fifty  , acres ��������������������������� of land on the R. P. Dale  place, near Enderby, commencing at  a point near the log cabin, 100 feet  from river front,    thence to the nor-  it ,  thern boundary of said property, and  working west of said line.  Tender may bc in 25-acre blocks or  for whole.  All marketable wood will have to  be cut into four-foot lengths and  piled; tender to include price for cutting and piling per cord.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  H.  W. HARVEY,  Agent.  Enderby, B. C, Dec. 17th, 1912.  Christnas  Plum  Pudding  The Christmas plum pudding Is descended from the plum porridge and  ie a time-honored , jiish _ at every  Christmas feast. To- be . proper'y  made, each person in.aii the house  hold must stir it before jt is boiled  and the mistress of jctie House must  add the - spjces , "wittf hei; own fair  hand," and "so she favors fortune for  a year. If she is an American and  1 mixes her puddjng'.in an ar.c'ent chi a ther  bowl, stirring .it-.with as ancient a  , spoon, whose, liahtile is adorned with  1 aii, dld���������������������������EiigIieh crest, so much thi better, for in the new land she is helping to keep alKje the customs that  made old England merle.  The pudcHrig, should be boiled in a  well-floured, c'oth ''six hours upon the  day^of, mixing., six-hours upon the'r'ay Enderby  of eating, aiul ..tlie steam shou'd no:  cease to arisp .from the pot while tin-'  pudding  Is ,wi.liiri' it."  For the first time in the history of  Enderby's municipal affairs her citizens have this year adopted a policy  similar to and along the lines of that  followed by incorporated commop.ial  companies in the selection of men  to handle the aflairs of the corporation for the ensuing year. They are  shaping plans for next year's in*;nUi-  pal business with an idea of deciding  belorehand what should be done and  then selecting the men chey beiieve to  be best capable of carrying out the  plans adopted. Heretofore, we have  as- a municipality permitted the matter of selection of men to act as  councilors to go unthought of until  the last moment, and then names  -were handed in -willy nilly as nominees. Out of the scramble we sometimes have solected men who made  good councilmen, and again we . ave  selected a body of men who simply  marked time, and under whose s-.vay  the town stood still.  The present is a critical time in the  history of En-derby. We have stspool  away from babyhood and are, as it  were, reaching for bigger things.  Some there are who, apparently, can  made clear,  opposition gives way to  support.     A few minutes thought by  anyone having the interests of Enderby at heart is generally sufficient to  prove the    wisdom    of adopting  the  policy named.     Here it is:  To Messrs.    J.    L.    Ruttan,    H.  E.  Blanchard, A. Fulton, S. Teece, F.  H. Barnes and P. Hi Murphy:  Gentlemen:       We,    the  undersigned  electors of the City of Enderby, hereby request you to allow your names  to be placed in nomination, you, Mr.  Ruttan, as Mayor,  and you,  Messrs.  Blanchard,   Fulton,    Barnes,  Murphy ]  ancl Teece, as Aldermen, for the year J  1913. ;  I  We are of opinion that the time has ;  come when it is imperative for En- J  derby to make a definite forward j  move. For various reasons we be-!  lieve the year 1913 will be the most j  important and decisive year yet ex- j  perienced .in the history of our city ',  and district���������������������������a year in which civic ���������������������������  interests will need to be carefully '  guarded, and development energeti- '  cally advanced j  In requesting you to stand, we do !  not ask for   any    pledges,  preferring'  OF    CANADA  rald-iipC������������������Dital.R___rv_Ftiii<t CO 1*75 AAA  and Undivided Prollls (Over) *vO������������������l iO,VU\J  Total Assets (Over)    $63,000,000  Save Time When  You Are Busy  by carrying on< your banking by  mail. Just mail us your deposits,  or your cheques when you want  to withdraw money.  We-give special attention" to  business handled iii tin's way, aiid  will be glad to have you make  use of our service.  Enderby Branch, , w. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  LONDON, ENG., BRANCH  51 Tlrreadneedlc St.', EX.  F. W. ASHE, - . Manager.  G. M. C HART SMITH,  Assistant Mgr.  Armstrong    Opera    House  not -break away from the easy days j to leave you free to use your own  of the town's infancy, and are dis-;good ludgirient; but we ask you, on  posed to hold it back to the things j assuming office, to carry out, as far  and conditions of those early days, las possible, the following program  Others there are who wish to see fur- j of civic improvement:  progress, even if it does mean! I. All public'works undertaken to  increased responsibility, and are pre-! be of a permanent ancl substantial  pared to go.the limit in the way of ��������������������������� character. .  ���������������������������  an Land Co.  Enderby, British Columbia  A SNAP!  37 ACRES; all level; free from rocks; ten acres in' crops; 4 acres slashel;  partly fenced; 4-room frame house. $500 will handle this; balance  easy terms.  pubJic improvement.  The communication or petition  printed - below sets forth the policy  of what we might term "Progressive  This petition is addressed  to the men who in the past have already proven their capacity ' in the  handling of public affairs.- " They are  asked to stand for election as next  year's = mayor ancl councilmen, and, if  elected,' to work along the lines of  the policy mapped out. It seems a  most commendable, innovation, and  will at once appeal to every property ~ plow  2. All streets at present in use to  be" graded    up,    and   centre   covered j  with rock to a width sufficient to enable vehicles to pass each other.  3. Extend cement sidewalks to-all'  streets where warrantee! , by traffic,  and where property owners are prepared to pay their share" by way of  frontage!tax.   ,        r  "4.   Arrange-for a. regular system of  street cleaning,    whereby streets will  '-e kept clear   of   rubbish, weeds and  - y.\ ��������������������������� - ���������������������������  kept    down   in    summer, snow  sent    around    in winter imrne-.  Grand OperetLi  rass  o  holder who   is   disposed to assist ,in  diately after every snow fall to^cleac  the .forward movement...- -._ . all sidewalks,   and all crossings" kept  Mr. Geo. Packham, who has already  clear of mud in spring arid fall.  Will be   presented." by the Pupils of  the Armstrong Public.School'. ~"  "'"  CHORUS OF OVER SO VOICES7  SOLOS,     DRILLS,    ETC.   XX  Admissfon~50c; Children; 25c.     '' ��������������������������� **  - Reserved Seats, 75c;' on sale ?_t the  INSURANCE  LOANS  INVEST VIISNTS  ���������������������������om a photograph  c f  the   root-cellar  with which   D.  , Purely, of Lumsden, Sask., won  a casli prize in last year's contest.    In that List  contest there were 36 prizes.    There will be three  times as many prizes (J 08) in thc  1912 FARMERS' PRIZE CONTEST  HpHUS you wiil have three times as many chances of winning a cash  prize. You do not have to use any certain amount of Canada  Cement  a prize.    Tliere arc absolutely no "strings" to this offer.  are twelve prizes for each Province (three of $50 ; three of ?25;   three of  three of $10)<and you compete only with other farmers in your own Prov-  with those all over Canada.  ;rence whether yon have ever used cement.    Many of last year's winners  il they entered the contest.    When you write for full particulars, we will  What tht> Farmer^ Can Do With Concrete,", which tells everything  concrete.    It 1-Tabsolutely free, and you are under ne  : Canada'' Cement or to do anything else for us.  - name and address on the cou������������������o������������������, and mall it, or use letter or post card, and  [once thc book anl full: faniculan of the 1912 Prize Contest.  Address Publicity M������������������a������������������ter   >  SM Herald Building, Montreal  system of scaveng- >.  the Enderby   Board of Trade, is cir-  ing. j  dilating: the petition and is securing C. Make such reasonable arrange- i  almost the unanimous support of the ments as to remuneration for ser-}  ratepayers who have been asked to vices rendered and for damage to!  sign. Here and there he has met clothes in case of fire, etc., as will j  with some opposition when the peti- enable the city to retain the ser-;  tion was first presented, but when its vices of an interested and efficient i  purpose is explained    and  the policy  volunteer fire brigade. '  . _, .,    Arrange means whereby fire-bell  at City Hall can be rung if necessary '  from telephone company's central ���������������������������  office, thus providing a first-class fire !  alarm system at but little cost. I  0  piano  done . such   splendid   service for the     5.   Provide a   dumping ground and jDrug Store*  city as a member of the executive of  arrange a regular system of scaveng-!    Proceeds. fc������������������    ?id    of  School library.fund.  P.'T. RANKINE, Conductor1  and-  If you  Have land  ]    8.   Improve street lighting system, i  installing a    better   grade of lamps, j  and,  in conjunction   with  the Okana-i  'gan Saw Mills    company, arrange to!  have same  placed  on  a circuit hide-1  . pendent of the house service so that,  street lights   will not bc burning in '  the day time, as at present.  j    9.   Acquire land suitable in charac-:  .-ter-and- location,- and lay" it out in"  ;an   up-tp-date  and   becoming'manner  I for a cemetery.  !    10.      Complete     City      Hall    and '  grounds, and  maintain same in good  order.  11. Investigate question of providing town with n sewerage system,  obtaining all necessary data and expert advice, with plans, specifications  and estimates, so as to be in a position to begin construction work  early in  the, succeeding year.  12. As required by law, obtain the  services of a medical health oflicer  for thc city.  We recognize that we are asking  much of you, but thc needs of the  city are great. We have absolute  confidence iu your civic patriotism  and business and practical ability,  ancl are sure that the interests of the  eity could not he in safer or more  able hands than yours.  Trusting you will accede to our re-  request, and pledging you our wholehearted  support, Yours,  etc.  List it with rr.e.  if you want to  buy land, see rr.e.  My in'W  houkli t ('o,ciii livt  uiciiti now uut.   G1_T   Of* K,  ut  lh.   Mala Lid-  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B.C.  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  i Pac. Bldg., Vancouver, B.C.     n28-4t  FREE  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Tiie most accurate, rulhbie mid only Market Kcivort  and ITIce List of iti kind published.  'Vtp ftijitbrrt &t?iwrr"  Mailed  yitKK  to tboae  liiUnvntol  In   Itaw  Furs  SIM K TMJI UM Oil * POSTAL���������������������������TODAY  It'3 nut ������������������ -tapper's Giiiilt:, but n piibll.'Jitlnn l-������������������in!il  every two wt*kit, which gives jtoii n-poru of wh.-i i Is  tli.Jhclaiiitho Miirkets of the World hi Arncricnn  Raw Fan. Thin Information Is worth liumlruils of  itotlnntojoufjr i;:: *'.-. fv ;;:������������������������������������������������������ '���������������������������'  Writ* fmr At-MOW-irS FREE  WIRE FENCING  B.  F.  SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts taken  for erection.   Orders  for spring work now being booked.  .v?  A. B. SHUBERT  The Ur-^Rwtt in Ijte World dialing eiclusively In  Ai-kcrican Raw Fun  25-21 WfljjM-jjw SI., ���������������������������(������������������!. 1J5CHICIG0, ILL, U.S.A.  We guarantee fit on our  made-to-order' suits. J.  & Son.  Hobberlin  W.   Evans  I  ������������������������������������������������������31  I  I  ���������������������������'il  -Jl ME ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, December 19. 1912 ������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������JZZ~ZZ3^SSX  *gJSB������������������P3g*||{3^T*gE^^  .visweft^aairwa  ^B^Ps^^s^^^^^^m^sMmsssmB]  3tjMb<_AR  ,^^^&^rv'Sn?vy^-SraBM  OUR   GREAT   DECEMBER  Is Saving Dollars for our Plirons. Until Xmas Day we will  sell anything in our stock ffTOYS AT HALF-PRICE. See  our range of Shirts, Ties, fl&'arfs, Suspenders, Armbands,  Handkerchiefs, Etc.-Ju_# the things for presents-at reduced  pnnes7~JXma3rllfttt^  s������������������*SEE*w^Sr*Vif-p  ������������������S33������������������S2S52_������������������  yfsssaas^ass^fejs^ ���������������������������*���������������������������*  We are closing out our stock of Ladies'  and Children's ^  Children's White Canvass Slippers,  reg. $] to $1.50, now, per pair. /^.Qq  Red Kid Slippers, reg. SI.25 and $1.35, "       "' ^Qc  Black and Tan Slippers, reg. $1.25, " " ������������������QC  Pink and Tan Slippers, reg. $1.50 and $1.00,    " " gQc   $2.25, "       " ������������������1.45  Boots, regular $1 to $1.50, "       " fi������������������c  B;>ys' Boots, regular $1.75 to $2.25, "       " $\-ls  Ladies' Boots,    "      $2.75 to $3.50.                       t "       " <gp5  $'1.00 to $5.00,              "���������������������������" "       " 290  "   Oxfords' regular $2,25 to $2.50,                ' " " ."J.60  $3.00 to $3.50.              '��������������������������� " " " 2-35  $4.00 to $5.00 " " 2'90  Ladies'Slippers,     "       $2.00 and $2.25, " " |.45  ���������������������������  "          "          "       $2.50 to $3.00,         .'"���������������������������". " " J.85  Q"          "          "      $3.50 to $4.00, " " 265  Men's Boots, any make except Minister Myles, for /2.90  Men's Fine Shirts, reg. $1.25, now  90c  ������������������ m^r'ti tJ0^^\Atmr*1ammmmmmmmmk*mm*���������������������������MB^*^wrl��������������������������� ��������������������������� "���������������������������������������������������������������������������������i* *���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������  ������������������iri-jT*-i;*������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.'i1*^*!  25  PER CENT DISCOUNT ON-  Dry Goods,        Gents' Furnishings,  Clothing, Boots and Shoes,  Chinaware,  r ���������������������������MM*************"  20  PER CENT. DISCOUNT ON-  RUBBERS  10  PER CENT. DISCOUNT' ON-  GROCERIES  J. m EVANS& SON, Enderby,B.C  .1  ,  ���������������������������<i hursday, December 19. 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKEK'S WEEKLY  4i  A  Fifth Annual Winter Poultry Show  . One o$ a. Very Fine Quality of Birds  Give something useful.    At  this hardware store we have a stock of  Christmas Gifts that will delight you. Weha\e  what "he" wants or "she"-wants. The p.ices are  reasonable.  . The fifth animal poultry show of,,  the Northern Okanagan Poultry As--  sociation was held in the .building.in  the rear of the Poison Mercantile ,00.  .store, last Thursday, Friday . and'  Saturday. It was a financial success  'and the quality of the birds was better than that of previous shows, although the number of entries were  fewer. The exhibit was under the  superiritendency .of Percy Lanaway,  and he handled the birds most expertly. He was assisted by President  Petar ancl Secretary Waby. Judge  Geo. Woods, of Winnipeg, scored the  birds. Judge' Woods expressed his  pleasure at seeing the improvement  in the quality of the exhibit and in  the manner it was handled., ���������������������������i'  The attendance was npt-'so large as  on previous occasions, and there were  let: 1st,, 2nd and 3rd, Robinson. Pen:  1st. and 2nd, Robinson. .  'S. S. .'Hamburgs���������������������������Cock: lst and  2nd, Percy Lanaway;. 3rd, J. McMa-  .hon. Cockerel: 1st,- Lanaway. Pul-  'let: 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Lanaway. Pen:  1st, Lanaway. !  Houdans���������������������������B.   T.   Petar  all   awards/  Golden    Sebright.  Bantams��������������������������� Fred-i  die Waby, all awards.  Black  Red    Games���������������������������H.   -0.   Hillier, i Evans  Cash, $2, for best pair exhibited by  boy, won by Jimmy McMahon.  Cash, J^ for best pair exhibited by  .girl.; w'ori 'by-Miss Little.  Cash^j^ for best pair exhibited by  lady, won'jjjby Mrs. Crossman.  ^W.irEjvans & Son special, $2.50  in ������������������$5)$?. Jor best pen Barred Rocks,  woa.by-.H.^E. Waby.  - Jf^V.JEyans &..Son, ?2.50 in goods,  for.ibest. pen White Rocks, won by  Mr. Smythe', Revelstoke. ;  ,  pf jP^i'osser,    12.50 cash, f0r best  pen    White    Wyandottes,  won  by  J.  all awards.  .   Boy's Game Bantam-^lst,  E.  Sparrow;  2nd and 3rd,   Jas.  McMahon.  Buff    Cochin   Bantam���������������������������Jas. Pound,  all awards.    ...,'���������������������������  Black    .Cochin���������������������������J..    W.    Evans,   all-  awarjs.  PLUMBING, H EAT. NGlTI NSMITHING  Any other variety���������������������������P. K. Poison.  Ducks���������������������������Pekin���������������������������Drake: lst, J. F.  Lang-don; 2nd, C. W. Little. Duck:  fewer birds from outside points., It,lst- J- F- Langcbn. .Young Duck: lst  was evident, However, that the num- and 2nd, C. W. Little. Pen: 1st, C-.  ber .of local exhibitors is increasing.   w- Little. ,���������������������������    --  There are more people going in for I Ir-dian Runner���������������������������Drake: lst and 3rd;  pure-breds. And they are selecting ! J- McKay; 2nd, Mrs. Hopkins. Young  good stock to start with. Several Dlick: 1st, Mrs. Hopkins. Old Duck:*  exhibitors   were    present from Mara. ilst and 2nrt> M/S^.'.J/ McRay.     Pen:  -The feeling' of the poultrymen was !lst' Mrs- H������������������PM-ns"-'"'  sounded on    the  advisability'.'of" con-1    Tur>"ey���������������������������Mrs. .S. Poison, all awards.'  tinuing _ these ''small" "local    poultry J    T.oulouse   Geese-Gander:  1st; Glen ,-,    T  .���������������������������.  shows, and   the    verdict" was almost ;'Br-os; ���������������������������2n(1,.IVIrs- H������������������Pkins.    Goose':'ilst,j Black Orpingtons, w.on by Mr.Downs  unanimously   in  lavor^of  centralizing-'ancl 2nd'  ^len    Bros;  3rd-  Mrs- H������������������P  King Edward Hotel, $2.50 cash, for  best pen S. C. R. I. Reds, won by  H.  Seigfreid.  -Kyig Edward Hotel, $2.50 for,best  penj'R.���������������������������,G���������������������������.R. -I.. Reds, won by Mr.  Dowps.^" X'-- / 7 ''������������������������������������������������������7t '  ' Enderliyr Hotel,-'$2.50 for best pen  ���������������������������S,-.C6' *^rown Leghorns,'won by H.E.  >Vaby. r- '-; <���������������������������  'Union Bank, $2.50; for best pen S.  C. White Leghorns, won by H. F.  Cowan. . . - * ���������������������������  . Okanagan Sawmills; $2-50, for best  pen .S. C. Minorcas, w.on" by Mrs.  Crossman. '/Si' Xi^ n  ?$;&��������������������������� Ruttan, ?2.',50, for best pen  Hamburgs, won by P. Lanaway.  J.'.Tomkinson, $2.50, for best pen  Buff ^Orpingtons, won byH. E. Waby.  J. .Tomkinson;    ������������������2.50,  for  best pen  and holding one big Valley show,.   It  kins,  kins.  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND (St.George)  '[Sunday* Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Com-  .munion;   11    a.m.,     Morning  Prayer;  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer.  ���������������������������.    $       REV. M. F. HILTON,  Vicar.  ---ENDERBY-METHODIST  CHURCH  /-   ^Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  -  U-'a.m. and*7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  Ejiworth  League;    Thursday,  8 p.m.,  ' Prayer Meeting.   A cordial invitation  tojeveryone to worship with us.  JREV.  J. G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor.  J PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  4v." "St. "Andrews  'Sunday   Services���������������������������11 a.m.  and 7:30'  p.m.;  Y.P.S.C.E.,  Monday.' 7:30 p.m.  REV.  D.  CAMPBELL, Pastor.  -John Bright used to tell how a  bEfrbar who was cutting his hair  onco said to him: 'You 'ave a  large.'eadj-'sir: if is a good thii g  to 'ave a l.arg^'ead, for a iai*0*  'ead means.'a large brain, and l  large brain.tis..:t)ie " most .useful  thing a man carf'ave, as it nourishes the robtsV-fof the 'air.' ���������������������������  'Sacred Heart Review.'  *���������������������������>  -i y -  JO^a.ni.  MANY EXCELLENT^ OSITJUNS GPEh  NEW    FEDERAL    LAW     COMPELS  '^VESSELS   TO HAVE MORE WIRELESS  OPERATORS.  Many    good   positions are open  to  would'-giye keener competition in'"the ������������������������������������������������������s"  various classes,  and enable the/poul', | ,-Dressed   F������������������w]-Mrs. O. ,.'W. * Little\  trymen'to'keep in   closer touch' with j.a- aWards- " '          "������������������.'  the growth"'of    the   industry in.'jthe j." ?sgs: J' H' Crofts. a11 awards, if  Farmer's Institute,    $2.50,  for best  Young Goose: lst, Mrs. Hop-' Pen   White    Orpingtons, . won  by T.'  Robinson. ������������������������������������������������������  Valley?  Following .'are   the    regular i prize  winners:     '"���������������������������'". ' Z'/'Jyp .'  Barred- Rocks���������������������������Cock: 1st, Shawft2nd;  Smythe; -3rd; Marshall. Hen: ;fst,  and 2nd, Waby; 3rd, Shaw. Cockerel:''  lst and-2nd;. Waby; r3rd, Marshall.*  Pullet:/-lst '.and 3rd, Waby;".'2nd','  Smythe. "-'Pen: 1st ," and 3rdyWaby.;  2nd, Smythe."' _ _ '��������������������������� y" if". **  White-"'Rocks���������������������������R.     Smythe J'Revel-'  stoke,--allf-awards.   - yXv -"-X'  : Buff/Rocks���������������������������R. Smythe aiu:a'wards. l;Pr-'-Keith Cup, for best: pair^in  - Silver -Pencilled Rocks���������������������������F.-Lomes English--class, won by H. E^-Wabyf--  all. awards.. . . ; .J>.������������������fy-f.. -n--.^.,-.-. .- .Xl^.X^. .Cup,,.for .best; R.-C: ^Blafck'  '"','' ,1oV"V'rp'1 ! Minorca malei ' won-by  Mr.''Mathie,  ' - ���������������������������*>       _  ...Here are the Special Prize winners':  ^.President's   Cup    for best   'paired.  w    birds at    the   show,    won' by; Percy/  Hen: ������������������������������������������������������fl^j^anaway. -. ; .���������������������������������������������;-'$:'  ., Waby Challenge Cup, 'for -bestyrhale  bird,-..won by Percy Lanaway.'    '-   -  ^.'.Enderby.  Trading   iGoy', Challenge  Cup,,.for    best   pen, -'. vion/Zhy H. E.  Waby.-*.', "       ' *;v ���������������������������_- ":;  '.;.Ppls5n Mercantile C6::,-Cup, /for;best'  display,, won by H.  E. Waby.:^'  l-XXj  White Wyandottes���������������������������Cock: lst, T  Sharpe; 2nd, J. W. Evans; 3rd, J-..H.  Crofts.-     Hen:    1st,  T.   Sharpe; 2nd  Farmer's ' Institute; ?2.50,# for best  pen Red Game Bantams, won by H.-  O. Hillier.  -���������������������������-Columbia Flouring Mills, sack of*-  poultry food, for best pair.Pekin"  Ducks, won by Major Langdon, Mara.'.  Columbia    Flouring    Mills, "sack  of?    " "  poultry    food,    for  best  pair Indian.;  Runner,  won by Mrs.  Hopkins."- .   "��������������������������� /    "'  ���������������������������  Columbia. Flouring Mills,    sack v0f: /-   poultry food,"   for,"best ."pair Embderi/" ������������������rf  Ducks,' won by Glen Bros.  '     "-��������������������������� "     ?-' "  ;   We have   withdrawn    from sale allv  cordwood���������������������������short and  long���������������������������until  fur-^-.  -ther notice.'   Okanagan "Sawmills Co.'"  J'.   W.    Evans.      Cockerel,  young men and women in the field of  n,M  tni  ��������������������������� ana  am,     ���������������������������.   ���������������������������.    oi_u_,  .Wireless- .and commercial telegraphed, C.W. Little; 3rd, J.  W. Evans  service     The - passage    of    the  new;Pullet: lst, T.    Sh 3r(1 and 4th  federal iaW, effective October 1, com-j 0. W.* Little". -   Pen:'J. W.  Evans,lst"1  pelhng    all  ^sea-going' vessels  to   be ! anc| 2nd  '; FIRST  BAPTIST. CHURCH  o Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  regular   .service,  3:30 p.m.;  Prayer service, -Wednesday,  7:30 p.m. - .    - ct.i... _mU. -.  :-r   REV. B. G. STEWART, Pastor. iequipped    with    wireless instruments";    partridge    Wyandottes- Cock-  1st ���������������������������    ^.alker Press,  year's subscription to   : ;ancl m-anned by two competent opera- innrt 2*nd. pfl*-.������������������.r'     .w^n-* ief ������������������������������������������������������V o7,i  i Enderby Press, for largest"exhibit '.of  J Revelstoke  I    Armstrong    , Agricultural      Society'  ! Shield, for best   pair, won. by H. --E.  '-jWaby.       . -  ���������������������������  "  H. M. Walker $2.50, for-best Partridge Wyandotte-cock, won by .E. T.  Petar. ���������������������������;  tors, has created a great demand forjpetar; Cockerel* 2nd,'Vince  .operators in the marine wireless ser-|lsti   vince;    2nd,    Petar  vice.     Federal laws now require rail-j vince; 2nd, Petar.- ..���������������������������  use   more    operators,than |    Rhode    Island    Rods_H    Seigfreid.  ways  to  ever before.  Hen:' lst and 2nd, ,'       _ .  Pullet. I Partridge Wyandottes, won by E. T.  Pen: 1st,'  Petar>  F.  Pyman,    safety " razor, 'for best  The    Morse Telegraph ,'all aWards.  [Company,    opposite     the     Orpheum  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULATIONS  I       fcoal mining rights of the Dominion Xh^Z"' ������������������ XiX^     "'!     ^l'?ll'mn ,    R. C. :  Hn^Manltob-|������������������r=SiEskStcm'Sir4^  I    berta,    tbe    Yukon     Territory     the  c������������������nnectlon    with    wireless  and   com- '    ' .  I       MnPthuroef   nin....,-f-.,.:������������������������������������������������������    ���������������������������...i    .    _'_...     ���������������������������,���������������������������..���������������������������:_!    ���������������������������������������������:���������������������������:���������������������������!..      _.. .1         _., ,      Men.   ilK.  female bird, won by H. E. Waby.  Ff esto Meat&  If you want prime iresh meats,  w.  have them.     Our cattle are grain-fe  -,  and- selected by our own buyers from?  the richest feeding grounds in Alber' ,  ta, and   are   killed'   .md cut strictl  FRESH.   " .      '  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so;"  can give yoi^the best-price, possible.-  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby."R C  R. C. Rhode Island'Reds���������������������������Cock: lst  of the province of British Columbia,  nates in good positions.     Tt will pav  you  to  write for full  particulars.  ns.   Cockerel:  3rd,  W.  Downs.  Northwest "Territories andTportfon   mercial oflicials,  and can place grad-  l"Je": TZnd a"(1 3rd> W" Downs'   PllI]et:  -f +'- ���������������������������:..���������������������������  -' T...,x..,.   --,... >2nd, Lomes; 3rd,    Downs.     Pen: lst,  Downs.  S.  C. Brown    Leghorns���������������������������Cock: lst,  Frt*A   H   Rai������������������nac|Waby;   2m1,   Petar:  3rdi   Marshtt11-  *   * -C14-* 1 A*   9JCLI H1-U9  Hen: lst and 2nd,  Waby;' 3rd, Petar.  'Cockerel:   1st    and    3rd,  Waby; 2nd,  ; Marshall.     Pullet: lst and 2nd, Waby  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings   and   all   factory   work.  may be leased for a term of twenty  one years at an annual rental of fl  an;'acre. Not more .ban 2,500 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 which rights applied for are  sitiiated. "  In surveyed territory the land must  be Jdescribed by sections, or legal  subdivisions of sections, and in un-  suryeyed territory the tract applied  for'sball be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accon?-  panied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish thc Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. ir the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal min-  . lg rights only, but the lessee may be  .���������������������������ermitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be con-  -ide'red 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 Departmeut of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  ;..;; W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior. ���������������������������-    ���������������������������  N.B.��������������������������� Unauthorized    publication   of [ Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  this.; advertisement   will not be paid   veneer   blocks,    cement   brick,  lawn  for/ vases,  peer   blocks,   chimney blocks  also lime and ce*m_*t.  Leave orders early.  Knderby, B. C.  -Pen:-lst-and 2nd--Waby;_! %M  ���������������������������3rd--Petar  3rd, Petar.  R. C. Brown Leghorns���������������������������Cockerel:  lst and 2nd, Downs. Hen: 1st and  2nd, Downs. Pullet: Jst, L. O. Hillier.  _     White    Leghorns���������������������������Cock:  lst,  Jl.   F.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen Cowan; 2nd, J. C. Henniker. Hen:  Dooi'S and Windows. Glass cut 'st, 2nd and 3rd, Cowan. Cockerel:  to any size. |lst,    Cowan.       Pullet:    1st.  Cowan.  We represent S.C.Smith Co,, of Pen: 1st, Cowan.  Vernon. Enderby. '    Black    Leghorns���������������������������J.   H.  Crofts,  all  "~ ~ I awards.  BLANCHARD  &   ENGLISH j    S.   C.   Black  Minorcas-Mrs.   Oross-  Emlerby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  First-class Cabinet Work  and   Picture Franiinjr.  Undertaking Parlora in connection.  Next to City Hall.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building-  Contractor  You can   get   a good stiff hat for  ! 2.50 at J. W. Evans & Son's,  window.  See  man, all awards.  R. C. Black Minorcas���������������������������Pullet: 1st  and 2nd, H. T. Twigg. Cockerel:  lst, J. Mathie; 2nd, Mrs. Harvey.  Red Caps���������������������������E. T. Petar, all awards.  Buff Orpingtons���������������������������Cock: 2nd, Waby.  Hen: 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Waby; 4th, W.  T. Marshall. Cockerel: lst, 2nd and  3rd, Waby. Pullet: 1st, 2nd and 3rd,  Waby; 4th, J. Pound.     ..  Black Orpingtons���������������������������Cock:'1st,Downs;  2nd, H. W. Keith. Hen: 1st, Keith;  2nd and 3rd, Downs. Cockerel: 1st,  Keith. Pullet; 1st, 2nd and 3rd,  Keith. Pen: 1st, Downs; 2nd. and  3rd, Keith. '"'���������������������������'.- -'���������������������������''  White    Orpingtons���������������������������Cock:    1st,    T.  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 fiil the room with obnoxious, unhealthful odors.  Tohaveabetterlightedliome, witlian  Aladdin Mantle Lamp   ^^^^    will actually cost you tiothine.   ll will pay (or itself in the oil it saves.   I am  \\^5^'?l4i\t/%&kWkWL     >bc a Kent fot the Maude Lamp Compai.y of America and am telling yuu what I  li-i't.f.r.ztS^':.:.z>-,-^^smMa^ai   lcrs<3%vto bc ab.oluic (acts.    I'rofcssor Rogers, of Lewi. In.dtutc, Chicago, ma.p  a comparative test ol all thc leadinc oil-burning lamps on the market���������������������������anl the  ..l.iddin wa* found lo give lhe hebt lilihl arid lhc most cciinoniicnl to u^e. But you  don't need to icccpl these strong stalcmcnij on my word only.   All I a.k is thi opportunity to pr'<vc  them at my own risk.   I will bc glad to let you  TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You Bay  1 furnish Table, Bracket, Hanging, Wall and Chandelier types of lamps���������������������������in fact Aladdin L-inr-'i for c.cry  purpose. Just dropmca post end and simply say youarc inlercslcd. 1'llbe glad lohiini; an Aladdin Lampto  show you tod Irave in your home io us. a uiuht or two, cmi-n.-ly-wlthout'ohligniinn.   Mail the c.-srd today.  BERNARD ROSOMAN,  Agent,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  The Mantle Lamp Co. 'if America, Chicago, Portland, Dallas, Wntcrhury,  Montreal and Winnipeg.  LOANS  Applications   received   for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to-  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  JAM ES   MOWAT  .   ���������������������������-... i,    i      .[:. ,- ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  Robinson;    3rd,    Crofts.       Hen: 1st, ! REAL ESTATE  Crofts; 2nd and 3rd, Robinson.   Cock-j Fruit Und Hay Land  erel: 2nd, Robinson; 3rd, Crofts. Pul-  Tht Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  Th������������������ Phoenix lnMirunce Co. of London.  Ljnlon-LancaHliiri! Fire Insunincu Co.  Royal Innurance Co.,of .Liverpool (Life depl  11m London _. Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL   BLOCK.   ENDERBY  ' i;  i -i  . it  :h  ?!  m  m  Ti  M  K > I  i\  Hz  it-  T  IN  'J!!l  III  Aft  t������������������i\  y\  I  I l'Hh. KNDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, December 19, 1912*  Christmas With Enderby Business  Men, and Some "Shop Talk" On It  Chri.--t.mas with    our    merchants is j by A.  Reeves.     Oi   course, you have  tin; busiest    se;iSMii    of the year, and'seen them and know,  this year has.-   born an exceptionally j    It would make any"fellow step high-,  busy  one  for  the  merchant fortunate ' to have a  Christmas package of ties  enough   to    place     upon   hia  counters   presented   to    him   such  as  those  on  and   shelves    the    newest    and     best   display  at the    Enderby Trading Co."*  -roods on the market.     We could  tell   Mr.   Dill    has   shown    great  taste in  you   of    some    record    one-day  sales   displaying  them,    too.    And   in  Miss  thnt some of our merchants could  boa:-* I o; .luriirr the past week or two  ���������������������������b r wc- dassent. Christmas trade  has been exceptionally good in most  lines, and it is proving better as thc  Day of All Days draws near.  It is a custom quite as old as news  p.-iperdom for the press to give a  brief summary of the Christmas doings of the business houses���������������������������a short  "shop talk" as it were. This year  will be no exception. The "talk",  however, will he too brief to be anything more than a whisper, for the  reason that, other matters have  crowded in.  Where shall we start? If you were  looking  for    choice    Christmas ..rifts,  Mclntyre's department, where the  toys are displayed, Santa Claus has  been working over time. In groceries  Mr. Woods has made an attractive  display of the finest brands of Christmas specialties.  case, comfort and convenience never  before seen here. Tf you have eyes to  see������������������you can't miss them if down the  street after dark.  Are you a lover of "canned music?'  You would have to have the ear of  the Hottentot to enjoy some of it.  But when you hear the Amberola you  for:.-('t all about it being "canned."  This is thc new Edison winder that  jumped so suddenly into popular  favor. Let Mr. Crane introduce you  to it the next time you are in the  Enderby Music store. Say, what a  Christmas gift for the whole family  this instrument would  make !  Postmaster Harvey has been doing  a rushing  business  the past week���������������������������in  Thc Poison Mercantile Company is * more ways than one. Anything Mr.,  confining itself more particularly to . Harvey puts his stamp on "goes.")  presents'for men. -Whether    it    is    letters,   newspapers,  In furniture, "Crossley" Poison has big contracts for cord wood or aj  spread  himself  in  high-class  articles: I house and  lot.  suites, set pieces, dressing tables, etc ]    jt is a real pleasure to see the up- !  and  his  holiday    stock  certainly  ap- | to-dateness of the realty oflice of the  peals  to  the   person  of  "homey"   in-1 Northern  Okanagan    Land   Company,  stinct. | Messrs.   Prince,    Packham,   Attenbor-  But for big business in useful arti-"0ugh and W. Poison are "progres- \  cles, your eye should roam to the , sives"���������������������������who look' for big things'  store of  J.  W.    Evans & Son.   Their   fcr i.nderby  in  1*313.     Look  in  when'  Listen!  You matke  h&ppmess for  yourself vlieu  you nmke  others happy  TKTIT  where : ')ecemher sale has been  most popular  -and  the.  low  prices  account for  and  didn't    have    a frit purse  would  you start ?     Very  well. ,  Tastes    differ,     but  for  the  newest   Popularity,  and nicest things in brassware, glass- ;    Tlie Fulton Hardware Company has  you  passing, then go in and look out.    It  ware and gift books and things, youj'10"5 a big business all the year, and  would have to go a long way to find i now that Christmas is near it would  anything  better  than   that  displayed I surprise  you    to    see  the  number  of  --���������������������������z���������������������������T���������������������������rrrr���������������������������r- .... i. -��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������.:: ; useful    articles    being  sold   as  gifts.  '    Turkeys  and    other fowl  are scarce  'T_-w?_������������������_jffi.H5___:;������������������___3!^^^  0-0-000 OOOO OO-CH.v-. ooo  ooo  On mid iiftt-r thi* dulu the foliiw ir.jf iii-ici*  ��������������������������� i!c- wilh i piipecl to the lois as listed below  On the lst of the New Year another :id\and-  of $25/m.  Nos. 7-12-13  "Bikf'i", Map 2*11 A  $17  > eacl  (were $150)  Nos. 3-4-5  Blk 1, $225 each  (were $200)  liose.-iip the only lots in   town at thin price.  E Ki,]- full particiilniNuml ternii. about lhr.seand  !i her jrimd   lmjs.  see. me.  i Walter Robinson  BELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY  e_i-_jffi"2Uira:s',J22ra������������������  . , . . .  ...!.,V..~.V.U������������������_..Im%.1->_,  K-K-K-5-* Y  i this season, but Geo. R. Sharpe has  *; not permitted this to interfere with  j his /jctteing a supply for his patrons.  jMr. Sharpe has exerted himself some-  jWhat strenuously this year in an ef-  ! fort to get the best meat on the mar-  Iket. They do say that the best  j steaks to be had in the province are  jcut on the Sharpe block by Mr.  j Smedley.  : And while talking meat, let's not  j forget Maundrell's. "A. E." and  j George'keep' a line on everything-in  ' this line' "good to eat."  They tell us'that the difference between an optimist and a pessimist  is in that the optimist sees.-, the  doughnut while the pessimist sees the  hole. But we want to tell you that  there wouldn't be any pessimists if  everybody ate doughnuts and other  delicacies baked-* by the Enderby Bakery. And just after Christmas you,  dear Celia, will realize this���������������������������if you  get your cakes and pies and other  sweets there.  Howard G. Mann is deserving of a  big fat turkey Christmas day. He  is displaying ��������������������������� at the Enderby Music  store a stock of fancy electrical appliances that would do credit to an  electrician in a" city .of 10;000. The  stock embraces many contrivances foi  its ' will do your heart good.  i   ti ������������������������������������������������������  I    Have you  noticed  how Walter Robinson   is   boosting*" town  property -recently?     There is a reason.     It  will  ; be more apparent when spring opens.  Jas. Mowat is the pioneer real estate operator of Enderby. It was  about eight years ago tbat he established himself here. All along the  line he has maintained that conservatism that enables one to stay in the  game and win out. He has Xmas  realty buys, of course, but whether  Xm3S buys or July buys, Air. Mowat.  always puts the buyer and seller on  good terms.  T. E. Rodie can picture your future j  for you if you have a penchant for  good thinas in Enderby realty. Ho !  is "an artist in water colors partial--���������������������������  larly, and h'qs the faculty-of making.!  pictures that are readable without '  specks in  his windows. !  You  will   be    able to beat the kid- j  dies up Christmas morning if you get !  a  timepiece    with    an  alarm  attach- '  ment of F.  Pyman.    And you  wont if  you  don't.      Ask him  about it.   And  when doing so,  t-\ke a side glance at  his show case of watches for Her.  Perhaps you do not want to spend  Christmas day in the kitchen. Then  suggest to Him the pleasure of taking dinner at one of the hotels. A  sumptuous table, will be set for you  and yM*r friends 'at either, of them.  Everybody 1*.news what a dinner the  King Edward puts up. They have  made Enderby famous. And the Enderby,  too, cm serve you well.  Ladies:-  If in doubt, come to our store and buy  your gentlemen friends' neckties. You  cannot please them better than to send  them neckties. Those.carried in stock by  us are known by alhto be high-class.  Ar. AVan:-  Buy yourself a new, ALL-WOOL suit  and overcoat. You.will need them during  the Holidays. Buy good clothes while  you are at it; that's the kind you buy  from us.  All special Xmas Goods are  on sale in th������������������~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.  A M I  U D  AMfWUD is made of wood" fiber compressed into heavy sheets of thickness  and size suitable for use in wall construction    and    interior' finish  uf  bungalows, cottages,  halls and churches,     lt exactly reproduces hard ���������������������������  woods.        It costs less than plaster.        It   can   be applied qui.-.kly  by any one.  H.W.  Agent  Fire and Life Insurance.  Post^Onice*-Blockr=En(lerb"y^  Give Your  Wife a Good  Watch  ADVERTISING  PAYS  have    a    good   thing  it  well    advertised.      It  is  i������������������.;i..j   ������������������������������������������������������......    you    have    a good   thing  that  it pays   to    advertise.       Since  Mr. J.  10. Crane, of the I.nderby Mu-  | sic "Store, "' began " to" "advertise" the  Edison    Amberola    in    the    Enderby  J "1 sec in the Enderby paper yo������������������i  | have Vicfrolas and records for sale.  :1 wish to give my sister a Victrola  land ?10 worth of records. + * Will  you please let mc know and I will  wire you Lhe money so she may .get  Ml   from  you  for Christmas." _  I ~ "     " "   One  never knows  where the results  ���������������������������Press, be has sold ten of these won-1 of K������������������od advertising arc going to  iti good thing and is not afraid to ,,1,'"I) f,'om- ln addition to handling  'let his Enderby patrons know it. .'the Amberola, Mr. Crane also sells  I And this week hc received a letter; Victrolas���������������������������and he tells about it���������������������������it  from  New Vork  which reads: ' Pays him to tell about it.  .'.  t  7.  i  7.  i  f  r  Y  Y  X  ���������������������������!���������������������������  7.  t  --and see how it  i/.e    the      work, i.  household.  hai'iiitm-  uf     vi i*  Some folks ihin.% of a >vd  man's watch me ciy ns i deci-  rative :.iecu of .c-v.-'vy, to le  worn on "(.stive i,>vasii.n.!i and  laid away the rest <���������������������������( the time  Everyone of our lar;e assortment of women's watches is a  time-keeper���������������������������a practical useful  mechanism yo'.ir wife will appreciate and use all day and  every day. Fitted with Elgin  movements. Wide choice of  solid gold and gold-filled cases  attractively priced from      ...   .  *_->m_v* * rvt ���������������������������tnttrrr wmtum  ���������������������������:��������������������������� w  F. PYMAN  ill<:lit)inkit K: JifV.-li.-r Kni|������������������fi-b.v  I  1  t  ?  1  I  An Edison Phonograph  ought to be playing some  Blue Amberol Records  in your home on Christmas morning  \Vhat a glad surprise for the children, as they come tumbling  downstairs to find the good things Christmas has brought! And  what a pleasure for the grown-ups���������������������������a pleasure that will last all  the days of the year and all the years to come.       ;  For Blue Amberol Records are proof against wear ;\m\ are  practically unbreakable. And best of all, their tone is far better  than any other phonograph records you have ever heard.  Hear them at your dealer's today.  Thomns 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 ENDERBY   MUSIC STORE  *-_f_gm___E_*a--ga*������������������**Pi-nwCT^  We do not believe there is anythi ng too good for the homes of Enderby, an'd wc KNOW there is nothing t oo good for thc housewives of Ender-  byf Carrying out this thought in b.ur* business, we have just received a  carload of the most beautiful and substantial BEDROOM SETS; DINING  ROOM SETS and PARLOR PIECES ever shown in Enderby. We have  them in Fumed Oak, Mission Oak, Golden Oak and Satin Walnut; also  Dull Mahogany Bedroom pieces: such as Dressing Tables, Cheval-glasses,  Dressers and Stands.     These are real beauties for  Christmas Gifts.  Also dull and bright Brass Bedsteads; Fumed  Oak Parlor and Library  Pieces and Mission Oak Sets.  And what could be nicer for a Christmas Gift than aa Ostermoor Mattress ? and Lcggett Springs ? We have them. Also Steel Folding Cots;  Kitchen  Cabinets.   Etc.      Gall  on  us.  POLSON FURNITURE CO., Enderby

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