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 ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������MiS^p-wW-iiiiU-Ai-  _-J������������������-^..T-_.JE|r^������������������   ���������������������������  iau^^iipphntits^saJHtaMuua^aa^^  V  /  Onderby, &:_....-.  November 2L. 1912  ���������������������������^..^-i."***"**^.''-**-*'  AND       WALKEjR'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 5; No. 33; Whole No. 247  Towii^Ktfd District News in Brief  of Bfeople and Things Heard About 'r,he,  '���������������������������.tf      * **������������������ Enderl  y  SECOND ANNUAL'1 SCOUT DANCE  second annual: dance of the 1st  *_.  Enderby troop of 13oy Sco*.:ts will Le  Mr.  A.  F.  Crossman,  barrister," re-   held in the    Opera House on Friday,  'December 20th, 1912.-' The same regu  the B. C. Horse, was also at Winni-  c1ance>   and " only    those scouts  who  peg on   a    similar   missi.on,  and re-1  turned several days ago.  . | bring    written    authority from  their  j parents    will ' be  allowed  to  attend  Good morning |    Don't grouch  Church    bazaar    to-night in  K.  P.   turns from Winnipeg this week, where  Hall. '      -& | he has spent the   past rronth'in the-lations wiU fce enforced this year as  A.  E.   Maundcell    returned  from a  military  school.   Capt.   Henniker,   of Ion the    occasion    of the first annual  visit to the coaSt cities this week.        '"     -    -   --  Richard Blunjenaur has been appoint-' C. P. It'' agent at Sandon.  Mrs. A. J. Williamson and son left  on Wednesday on a visit to Spokane.  y  The Knights of Pythias are preparing to hold their annual ball early in  December.  John Geleherst, on a d-d charge,  was taken before Magistrate Rosoman  on Monday and fined-.$5 and costs.  Mrs. F. R, Prince and babe were  taken fr,Vi_ ftUc Cottage Hospital to  their hon'.y .$xvMonday of this week.  ��������������������������� Exceptionally fine picture plays are  being put on "at the Opera.House this  week. They are giving great satisfaction.  The Balkan States Meet Turkey's  Appeal for Peace Negotiations  Henry ��������������������������� Stege, who for nearly 20 ' AU wll������������������ attendecl last year's dance  years has kept a hotel at New Den-1wl11 remember how ' well the boys  .ver, B. C, and'twas looked upon as!and the officers handled the affair.and  one of the most 'interesting features : how very PleaSant they made it for  of the scenery of the Lucerne to a ���������������������������"*he-r quests. That the attendance  weary, thirsty and hungry sduI, has jtbis year wil1 be niUCh- larger than on  left that beauty spot en" Slocan Lake 'the' p.revious occasion is certain, for  and will try the moist climate of the the'citizens of En-derby and district  coast cities. .thoroughly appreciate the good work  '  Is your   name   on the City Voters' ItMs    organization    is doing an'd are  List?   If ypu   are 21 vears of age, a!ever reacly to show that appreciation  British   subject,    and * have acquired | When ������������������-CCasion ariscs*  property in   'the   City since the last I    The I?roceeds    wiU   go.towards the  assessment, and .your deed or agree- ���������������������������Scout funds, to provide further equipment of sale is registered at the Land '!ment) etc-   Tt is the intention to hold  .Registry. Office," Kamloops,  you are  their first a������������������nual camp next summer,  The new time-table in effect on the entitled to'  a   place en the list,  but>aml itwil* he necessary to buy tents  Okanagan branch brings the morning to secure it you.must make**��������������������������� a'statu-^and can.P.suPPlies-:   ..Also the scouts  After a week of the most desperate  fighting of the Balkan campaign in  front of the Catalja line of fortifications, without either side gaining'  any advantage, the Bulgarian forces  and their allies have Gn.lly agreed to  accept Turkey's proposal for an armistice as a prelude to peace negotiations,  and the outlook is now favor  will give emphasis to the diplomatic  demanl should Servia's answer again  be unsatisfactory."  -VOTE  ON BY-LAWS MONDAY  Next Monday .the ratepayers of En-  j derby will be called  upon to vote on  the proposed    loan    by-laws Nos.  11  and  12,   which  appear  in  full in* this'  train into Enderby at 11.14 and .the  tory   declaration - and hand-it .in at > *Te(luire-ne.w ' and '..warmer uniforms,,  afternoon "at 4._4..' ' *     " *"-   the" City "Hall   before the'end of the jthe'P���������������������������sent' ones "in,use are "not regu-'  -  --The young lady with dramatic song  present   month.'    'Forms can be had !'lation Pattern',, and alFimoneys.raised  at the .City Hall.                                     jfrom now'on  .will* be ."devoted ' to the, querbrs "to    listen to the urgings -of   umi?CUL"-imProvemenc ..or. tbe   town  ,:A_j-are. treat- -ituthe-vaudeville line;-PUrChaSe ^ th^e,Requirements. . - It- tbe--grp.it -powers    and-refrain'-from-i^.;���������������������������"^ :Sea!2^7.^-Ther���������������������������-^  ���������������������������'    "       ���������������������������   '    " ,= 1 * "���������������������������'- ������������������������������������������������������ foressin. home their victorv "-    r"ec9������������������������������������a'X the;amount,required to do -  - aspirations^is^safe" as long as she,re:  mains- on^tJie^stage.-'and^thQ. Johnny.  .remains at the stage door:  Next    Sunday   morning's service in  the Methodist church will be a special  Children's     Service.      The     Sunday   the Opera House.    .This company is  is. promised Enderby' theatre-goers] ������������������Ped that all-havinS the interests  next Tuesday evening when the Hexl������������������f the.scouts and the scout'move-  Vaudeville  Company    will appear at imCnt at heart    wil1 endeavor to help  School will occupy the centre pews  Miss Beattie visited Kamloops' this  week to attend    the   wedding of her  sister,  Mrs.    Geo.   R.   Sharpe kindly  -filling her    position in  the school in  her absence.  Walter Robinson held his first auction sale last Saturday afternoon. It  "was very   successful, in point of revenue as "well   as   the disposal of the  goods and chattels sold.  Until further notice the week-evening services���������������������������Epworth League and  weekly prayer-meeting of the  Mctho- j  a'combination of refined versatile ar  tists selected    from the leading L0n  j towards the'success of this Christmas  ! dance.  The   Enderby  orchestra  will   supply  able for    the    ending of the shortest '������������������  and    bloodiest    war  in  history.      A ! issue of. the   Press. .   It remains for  dispatch from    Sofia says the Balkan  nations have assented to the Turkish j  proposal to    discuss terms of peace  the ratepayers to say whether they  will have the much-needed work that  is called tor in these by-laws done by  the City at as early a date as possible. There is ��������������������������� no question abo.ut the  work being   "required;    the intake atk"  The lustre of their success lias l:een  only slightly dimmed by their failure  to overcome the rallied Turkish army .  at the gates    of Constantinople and|the    ead of   the    Water system ?misL  enter the Ottoman capital.   The stubborn defense encountered by the allies  at the Catalia lines, and the realissa- - P������������������rary 'affalr' and haS been r^sa^  tion  that enormaus slaughter  would  ly out:������������������_f. order the Pa*t season.     It  be necessary    to    pierce, them* at the  cannfkbe' remedied  piece-meal.     The",  point of-the bayonet, with every pr0s-  coml)letlon of  the surface drain sys-  pect that their ranks would be'decim-  ibe permanently repaired to'make the  'system safe.   It   is now only a tem-  tem is    also   necessary   to make; the  ated by cholera .-before they,had at-^01"0"^ drainage. of the. town fpossi;.  __,_.__,   _.._:.        ;.*..*- _   ..*���������������������������   hie.     .To-; defeat    either of these.by-"  tained . success, -.doubtless  proved ��������������������������� the  deciding^ factors-in inducing -the con-  laws  would   .'throw: the work "ofvp'er-  manent-improvement     of. the' town  ���������������������������pressing home their victory.  That the terms of "peace of the victors will be drastic is known, but the  powers are -doing .their, utmost to  make them less harsh than was at  first reported,  without attempting to  don music halls, and they are said to I        m"S1C' - scouts will have the!rob  the   Balkan    confederacy  of  the  put up an entertainment equal to tlae i opera house    decorated "appropriately-fruits of the war.  best to  be seen anywhere.   There are . [������������������7X .I.1^1^,/^"^' a"d GVery Pos  !    The rei)ly of thc -Bul<?nrian forces to  eight artists in the company, and are   "' '"   "   ^       " "'���������������������������--'  said to be equal to the English ver-   the   comfort    and    Pleasure  of their  satiles    appearing    here  some   weeks  guests* * xt only remains for thc peo-  ago. - ,    "    - -      .    '      iPle of Enderby"' to do  their part to  The Methodist Church was crowded |make the affair one great success.  to the doors Tuesday evening to hear |  the picture talk  to California,  given   -' "������������������������������������������������������-��������������������������� -��������������������������� ��������������������������� j   huo   j     i ue lumy oi i.ne unitarian iorces to  tul    7_������������������rtiWiU   he  made looking   to |the  Turk    proposnl    says:   "The  Bul-  ������������������arian Government, after agreement  with the allied cabinet of Servia,  Montenegro and Greece, informs the  Porte thnt plcniDotentinries have been  appointed with instructions to arrange with the commander-in-chief of  the Turkish  armies  the conditions of  it is not heavy, and there should- be  no reason for it to be delayed. :It is  safe to say .that nobody looking* to  the "advancement of " Enderby will  vote to defeat either by-law. And  yet it is not safe for any ratepayer  in favor of progress to neglect to appear at the poll on Monday.  WILL  OP1.N   PRAIRIE MARKET  under   the   auspices of the  Epworth j    Upon the return to Victoria of Mr. , -  League by Mr.   Clum, and the event'w- E. Scott, deputy minister of agri- |an armistice and subsequently to pro-  ������������������   --   ----   '"ppppppu   | - -    >     -"- ^.^.._ |       ���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������ i ..~,-ii.,j ���������������������������.uiiicLui   ui agi i- ii. ���������������������������      ���������������������������'���������������������������  ���������������������������*  dist church will    begin at 7.30, Tues-j was one of the    most enjoyable ever ! culture,   who  is  now in   Chicago,  an icee(* to hhe conclusion of peace  day and Thursday respectively. ,seen..here.      The   pictures   were ,of a .energetic and systematic attempt'w'ill      m,-T-���������������������������--'--   "  ' ! CITY BAND BOY'S DANCE  Manuod-^fc^thc^bride^hoW  Vernon road, Saturday evening, Nov  Kith,   the Rev.    D.   Campbell  officiating,  Miss    Signe   M. Berg to Mr. R.  A. Fredrickson, both of Enderby.  St.  George's Bazaar this afternoon  and  evening (Thursday)   in  K.  of P.  I-I'ill.   A   good    program of music in  i.ho afternoon; dancing in thc evening.  ..^Ltprnoon Jit.2,30;.evening at 8.30.   ...  A. Reeves this week received a big  shipment of the latest books published, including "The Net," by Rex  1'icich, "The Flower of the North,"  "The Rise of Roscoe Paine," etc.  The people of Enderby patronized  :w-st liberally the concert given under  the auspices of the Hospital Auxiliary in the Opera House last Friday  evening. The moving pictures were  good.  Hr. Keith was called to Mara on  S-turday and on his return reported  thf population of that peerless h,ome  centre had increased by one, a daughter being born to Mr. and Mrs. Matt  Cadden.  The bowling tournament still holds  the interest of many. The team captained by Dill holds an unbeaten record. They are now seven up. Fuller  detnils as to pinfall will be given  at the close of the contest.  The foundation work for the new  school will be completed this week.  The weather of the past six weeks  has been most favorable for the laying of cement work and Contractor  Ruttan is pleased with the results.  Thc  London   Express  correspondent  -with-t-he-T-urksTninderniate^of^Sundaytopera^^  ���������������������������-'Knderby District dancers are promised something electrifying in dancing  on the evening of Nov. 29th, when the  Enderby City Band will give its annual dnll. The band boys are making  great preparations for the event, and  judging from the number of tickets  already sold the affair will witlu_.it  doubt* be  unusually successful.       The  night, described the battle at Catalja  and gives an inkling of the probable  cause leading ud to this change of attitude of the Balkan allies.    He savs  intensely interesting from start tojB- 0- fruits not only jn the cities but  finish . Almost everybody in this;also in the smaller towns of the  western country has seen or intends Prairie provinces. A considerable  to see California   some day,  and all   Part  of    the    energy      of    the   fruit  are more or less interested in wit- . bmnch of the department of agricul-'tllis enea?:fimcot proved how marvel-  nessing scenes pictured in that won-'ture has hitherto been devoted toi������������������"sIy tl,e T,irks have been reor^in  derland. .providing  exhibits   ca.culnted   to  at-;im1,    T,1������������������    men   hehaved   well   under  Mr.  F.  H. .l-]nssnnl   has completed ' tract attention in  the centres of the'n  terrific   artillery    fire,    and  every-  the_ llm^vntin21...',f-..hiK..1,nJ'1c,-.on..his ;JInitc(l_Stfttcs_and_Gro.it Britain.-The ;t?lin^' -wcnt  smoothly. _. .The hospit--.il.,  big model  hay    farm south  of town. \ ''cal  object and  purpose of  these ex-' serv'icc   and    commissariat were  well, Lemke;   refreshments,    W.   Woods,   R.  He has had it entirely brick veneered, jhibits has been    to bring in  settlers 'H1PPlied.  and an 8-foot porch runs 128 feet on!a"d to sell lands to them rather than   t,,e clay   th  ,  -    -���������������������������-   three sides.     The porch itself c0st in j to sell fruit. There was no doubt tlmt the compo- -advertising and decorating, l_. Evans,  round mimljcrs JflSOO.   It Is an excel-j    The  approaching    campaign  on  the !site Tllrk1sn   divisions had  been suc-|H- G- Maun.  lent    piece    of ��������������������������� worknmiiKliip  Und   a.Pi'aines  will  be conducted  on  a djff.'ccssful  in  holding their own, accord- j   credit to thc owner who designed it;ercnt basis, its object being simply :in* to this corresnonlent, and scored  and to Norman Grant who finished it. \ to provide an outlet for the ever- inl1 Ulfi Points in the first round of tne  Its     wide    columns    supporting    the j increasing fruit crop of thc Okanagan h'attle.  rated with festoons of colored-lights,  giving an electrical canopy eilect.  Comfortable qiuntcrs will be provided for spectators, and the program, which is being arrange 1 by Mr.  Lemke and Mr. Wheeler, will contain  numbers that will please everyone. -  The following committees will have  ch.irgc:___I*roKram,_R....Wheeler,_\V.- ,J../.  II      uuiiuiiiti.v.iriJU.    were    WCII    -""���������������������������-,    itnuoiiinuuta,       ������������������t .     tvuuus,    Jt.  When the battle ceased for J Crane;  Floor,  R.    Wheeler,   Fi.  Cray,  he    result   was indecisive J R-  Crane,  W.    Mkickbuni,  W.  Woods;  several archways give the building a jand  other    districts.     The fruit will j    Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria-  very substantial aspect. Indeed, the  home is now one of the finest appearing in the district, and is compatible  witn the many other admirable things | agent    whose    business it will be to  noted on this    home farm.   It is not j dispose'of    it    along the route, and,  above all, to see that it is properly  advertised. It is believed that this  scheme in its carrying out will be  comparatively inexpensive, as enough  fruit should be sold from the train to  cover the major portion of the cost.  WHO   GKTS  THI.   PROFIT?    ._. ��������������������������� ���������������������������._���������������������������������������������._.. ������������������*_^     ii mt     will *  --������������������������������������.*.  be collected by the carload under the iHungary,    is reported    to   have  re    >ynen  auspices of the department and   will   m������������������rk(!(,;   "We are in favor of pen.ee, jicLter  bo sent forward,  accompanied   by an  out of order to mention the fact that  everything used . upon this commodious porch, for ipthe making 'df its  wide columns, etc., is the product of  the Okanagan  Saw Mills.  Sweaters, Underwear, sox, rubbers,  caps, etc., at lowest prices. J. W.  Evans & Son.  Our china is going.: Get yours while  there is a choice.  J.W.Evans & Son.  We have a nice stock of Olives just  in.   J.W.Evans & Son.  A   Winnipeg  businessman   purchased  a barrel of Ontario apples from a retail store the other day, [laying ?f������������������.25.  When he opened the barrel he found a  addressed    to   'the  purchaser.'  but not peace at any price.     Wc can-    ."J  ,7 . P'������������������cnaser.  ���������������������������nt  Bfnn,! ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.h,-���������������������������., - U read:     [ ������������������ot seventy ce������������������ts for this  not stand everything  This remark, of course, applies  more particularly to the Austro-Ser-  vinn difficulty. This squabble over  Servia demanding a port on tbe  Ad  barrel,  it?"  How  much  did  you   pay  for  . demand, and Austria is equally de-  Eighty-five per cent of headaches 'termfned not to grant it. The Aus-  are the result of eye strain. If you ; tnVHungary cabinet has sent a  are troubled that way, consult Dr. |shnrp notc to thc Servian govern-  S.-L. Taube on his visit to A. Reeves |ment at Belgrade demanding H prc-  Drug Store, Enderby, on Saturday, |Cise reply to all the questions at is-  Nov. 30th, 1912.  _ |sl|e      The   Zcjt   SRys    thcnotewas  Cold    feet   have    vastly helped the-distinctly   threatening    in    tone and  cause of virtue. jadds:     "Vigorous   military  measures  Remember the date of visit of Dr.  S. L. Taube, Eye Sight Specialist,  riatic Sea, is the bone of contention 0f the Taube Optical Company, Cal-  tbnt may lead to larger troubles, jyary and Vancouver, who will be at  Servia  is    holding    strongly  to  this  A.  Reeves' Drug   Store,  Enderby, B.  " " C, on Saturday, November 30th,  1D12. If there is anything wrong  with your eye sight, don't full to  consult him. All work absolutely  guaranteed as tested.  You can get a good stiff hat for  $2.50 at J. W. Evans & Son's. See  window. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 21, 191-  IT IS WISE  to select your Christmas Gifts  early ���������������������������when the selectioa is  complete. It is really.-surprising how many beautiful pieces  of" our hammered brassware  have been 'laid away former,'  bv our wise Christmas shoppers. The best pieces are going- fast; wise buyers are not  taking any  chances-are you?  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  nnrst. Kii(i������������������-i-b.v  ENMRBYJPRESS  Published  ovitv" Thurxdny .'it   Eruler-by, B.C. at  $���������������������������_ per year, by th. Walker .'reus.   AdvurtisiiiR R.-itos: Transient, .50c nn inch lirst  insertion, 2fte each  sulw������������������iu������������������nt insertmn.   Um-  ���������������������������'tract advertising. Jl an inoh per month.  Lena! Notices: 12c a lino first insertion: Sc'a line  each subsequent insertion.  Keadinu Notices and Locals: 15c a lint'.  and abundant supplies of fuel and  lumber to the" dwellers on the  prairies.  .A* BLIND*ORATOR.  Michael   Kelly,  One   of  Eastern   Canada's   Best  Temperanc������������������  Speaker*.  The temperance workers of the  Maritime Provinces have a remark-  nblo worker in Michael Kelly, the  blind  orator.  t  iv-n  ni.--fT.Tr_Y OFFICE '     Mr- Kolly is a speaker of more than  land Rhois na  ui i i^u        , ordill.lry nbiHiy.   He lms a rich fund  In .. letter in the Victoria Colonist \ ������������������f anecdote   a large and varied store  in a it,i.L<.i        LM_ ... of  historical  knowledge,  a  good   grip  Mr.  AI.   13.   Jackson,   of    thc Capital; of tf|(J snloon problofn and a devotion  City, says: j to righteousness,   and  does excellent  NOVEMBER 21.   1912  the  land  registry    machinery  in  Bri  tish   Columbia    is    the    unjustifiable  "The outstanding grievance against I work for thc cause that is dear to his  heart.   Ho has for the last two years  done much work for the I. 0. G. T.,      -- under  whose auspices he is working  congestion obtaining���������������������������unjustifiable be- j at prescnt.  cause the revenues are redundant and ' _ A very striking part of his meetings  the service to the public is scandalous. With suflicient and efficient  clerical help, the registrars could  certainly bring their work up to a  date within a month or two, and the  public are entitled bo demand this.  "The public, of course, unanimously  ! condemn the arbitrary rule in force,  'i which denies any receipt for moneys  Jpaicl or documents deposited with.the  SECRET SOCIETIES  ~"; registry office.     An overworked registrar cannot be    blamed for inefficient  _ ' or careless clerks, but the writer has,  AP o A 1V/I ;on several occasions, found that docu-  ,r .& Sialyl* ,ments alleged to be lost by outside  :,ierbv LiIkb No. 'io -. parties, have been all the time slum-  ^Xr^'^er'^'bcring securely in tbe land registry  full moonaisp. m. inOdd-!fvies     i3Ut   mislaid,    with  the result  iMlow.-i ' Hall. VisuinK i   J       '<*-  brethren cordially invited, i that,  before discovery,  much  expense  F  II    HAliNES'haS   l3Cen     inlP������������������se(1     on   llis   clients   in  'Secretary       'order to replace the document or se-  t     X    XX Tl   'cure evidence to satisfy  his title.    In  Y     \J, 0. r . ,the face'of   such    facts, it is cruel if  ! title holders  ^^=^^^7ureULiKiKe.No.r)o"!title holders    are    denied receipt for  Mp'ets everv Tuesdav evjninir at S o'clock, in I.O. | documents     deposited     with   the   O.nce  f,  r'u,,n   Motcalf "block.    VisitinK  brothers al- .  i'.vs   welcome wm. duncan. n. G.      or for money paid.  ""  l"M' iV1v  u No doubt this-reference is to condi-  A. SUTCl.iFFE  \V. M.'  GEO. BELLAMY, V. G.  R E. WHEELEK. Sec'y.  j'u   GAY LORD. Treas.  tions obtaining at the Victoria office.  ���������������������������XX777777Z    t Anrr'We  nave hear(1  similar  complaints in  IVkoIP D(j! reference to    conditions at the Kam-  Meet. every 5Mond������������������l>P'evening: loops office.       Another complaint is,  iii K.of r. Hall.   Victors tor-1 that frequently   a    document will go  flhillv invited to attend. j. .   , .        ...   .  -      G G CAMPnELL.CC." -   ,into the _ registry    office and  will be  c. e.'stkic'kland.'k.h.s.   ; duly, filed.   When it is finally reached  .   ., . /.    l',' n..nrM i'.wi i'n nubii'c' to be entered upon the books, an er-  Hall suitable fo Concerts. Dances and .ill puone ^ ������������������  entertninments.. For rate*; etc., address. ror  W1H   ])e    found     by   the   registrar.  'fe. KODIE. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  E  W  i The document''" will then be  returned  .to the maker   of   the paper with  the    \ discrepancy    noted.     Perhaps several  NDERBY   COTTAGE   HOSPITAL 'months have    elapsed since the docu-  i ment was filed, and the.property may  have  changed hands several  times in  \ the   interim,    and     other,  documents  subject to the same discrepancy have  ' passed     into    the    registrar's  hands.  'The discrepancy in the first paper is  corrected and    the   paper is returned  is the remarkable work that he does  in mental arithmetic at, the close of  his address. Mr. Kelly is convinced  that as a mental calculator hc is superior to any one now living. And all  who have heard hini at this particular  work share his confidence. He dearly  loves a contest and were it noi for the  fear that it might cause gambling he  would challenge the world to a contest in mental arithmetic. People who  have never h-sard him at this would  be startled when they realize what  the trained mind of man is capable of  doing without tlie aid of figures.  When Broiling Chicken.  To broil chicken so that'it Is cooked  through. yet not burned, is an art few  cooks seem to possess The reason Is  usually that the fire is too hot and the  .hicken loo close lo it.  The perfection of broiling requires  a i-iear bed of coals and the broiler far  enough away for its contents to cook  slowly. This latter requirement is met  by having several bricks on which the  broiler can be set to raise it above the  Ha me. instead of allowing it to rest directly on lhe surface of the range, as  Is the usual  way  Should the tire be too hot insert another layer of bricks for a short time,  removing them later.  A medium, sized pair of chickens require twenty-five minutes to be broil-  a-d in ibis way At the end put into a  baking pan. covered with butter, pepper-and salt, until a nice gravy is  drawn.  In putting the chicken on the. broiler turn the inside toward the fire tirst  ind laier turn over on the back.  Bank of Montreal  Established   1817  Capital,.116,000,006. X Rest, ..?16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 5. 'J. M-. G  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.*  Vice-President, Sir Edward Olouston, Bart.  General Manager, H.V.Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  .SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rateB.  Inter*-*! credited  JOth  June and 3Jst December.  .NDERBY BRANCH  A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now-' owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel/H MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  Disc Records  Perforated Music Rolls, from 15c up  For all Player Pianos  Always in stock  Leave your order with us for Edison or Disc Records, if we haven't  what you want in stock. See and hear the Gourlay-Angelus  Piano.  Agent also for Church ������������������nd Parlor Organs  Also Fire and Life Insurance  ..    Oflice in brick block opp. The Walker Prens.  J. E. CRANE,  Enderby Agent'  MISS WARWICK. ProiirietresR  Maternity Fees. $20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness. J2.50 per day.  ENDERBY. B.C.  ALTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CON VE YA NCER  A*r������������������ement.i of Sal*,  d .-win & M jrtgages. Dncu-' to the registrar, to be, filed.   It may  .' munU \VV-.i2.i.<ed.    Loans Npfrotiatecl i nf)t   ,)e   reached   to   be   registere<l   until  Office: Room2. Bell Block. Rndcrhy. b. c.        'another year has elapsed, and in the  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Enderby, B.C.  Bell Block  ]R. H. W. KEITH.  Iii  Oflii't- hours:  meantime all papers subsequently is-  '-. sued on the property are held up.  ; Other instances are cited where no  notification of any discrepancy in the  original   document   has been sent to  ' the solicitor sending it in for registration, ancl  the paper has been lost  ~in*=ff=stack=bf=other=faulty=one^iwait^*]=J^  ing    varification.       It rests with the  Oil'io  P.  Forenoon,  9 to 1 f������������������:M������������������l  Afternoon. H to 4  l->ening.t;:W to 7:3(1 solicitor to go    to the registry oflice  Sunday, by appointment n " J  Cor. ciiirandr.oorue.sts.        rndeki.y   and  "find"  the    lost document,  and,  .of course,  the client has to foot the  bill. Thc realty transactions of  I whole communities have been held up  by this scandalous operation of our  ���������������������������registry system. We understand the  .provincial .government .has .made.and  is making earnest, efforts to have the  congestion overcome, but so far as  'the public can    learn,  it is becoming  MUSIC  W. CHAPMAN  Y. O. Box IM, Knderby  Wit., or rw.-ive-i pupil- for l'i������������������no. Organ. Violin,  ��������������������������� -     .Sineiiivc and Tiicory of Music, r.tf.         <\iiirs<.s for the f'an;idi;w>   or  British  Academy  Kxarninationi"  4������������������yGUr���������������������������-  have land  to sell  END E_RB Y  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby,and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are in splendid condition for planting. -  . An experienced  fruit grower is in charge and   will   give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar     **vill be   planted   and cued for at a  moderate charge. ��������������������������� ���������������������������_._.,_.    . " _.,������������������K'  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lota . ���������������������������    now on the market at  H<o  per acre.  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.  Get Ready for Winter  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuildings  POLITICAL  -./Mioni.vii'ipnnr   rapidly no better  ^NDEKBY   CONSERVAlIVIv   FOREST  RAN'GER'S  HOUSES  ASSOCIATION ���������������������������  J. L. RUTTAN,       A. F. GROSSMAN!    President. Secretary.    *    in order to protect and administer  -    "        "  the Dominion Forest Reserves to the  CHURCH OF  ENGLAND (St.George)   ,)est  fl(lvanfnKei   thcy  arc  hcinK  sub  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Com-   (liviclc(i     inLf)    ni���������������������������KCI.    districts    am  munion;   11    a.m.,     Morning   Prayer;   nouses  ar(!    |)ejnf,   ])Mi  ,lt s_artcgi(  7:30 p.m.,  Evening Prayer.  REV.  M.  F. HfLTON,  Vicar.  points for tho use of rangers in charge  The first of these houses  to bc occu- .  ENDERUY  METHODIST  CHURCH     pied   on  thc    Duck    Mountain  Forest,  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worts-hip at   Reserve is located at Madge Lake, a '  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.   few miles from   Kamsack,   Sask. j  Epworth   League;    Thursday,   8  p.m.,      Madge  Lake' is  a   beautiful   island-!  Prayer Meeting.   A cordial invitation   studded sheet of water, covering sev-1  to everyone to worship with us. en square    miles,    and    this   ranger- j  REV.  J. G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor,   dwelling    is    picturesquely  placed  on ���������������������������  'its south shore. It is a comfortable ;  house, well-planned and well-lighted, ;  containing living rooms as well as .  office. The ranger at this station [  has direct charge of some 230 square  List it""with~fne".  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new  liookU't ilwerlptive of the Mara UU-  trietiH now out.   GKT   ONK.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B,a  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  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.Bcv. ,Cedar._Siding..  No.  2  Lath        2.00 1x4  No. 1 &2  Shiplap    12.00  15.0JL  14.00  These are good values,and you will be pleased -with them.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.rby  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St.  Andrews v . .  Sunday    Services���������������������������Ua.'m.  and 7:30 :  p.m.;  Y.P.S.C.E., Monday," 7:30 p.m. V.        ..     .    .    ""������������������-"    *-.  --------^  REV    D.  CAMPBELL, .Pastor, i    ..        ,  ,.  .. ,     ,, !.<������������������       "CiV-        w"              .'V           - ;miles of  highly    valuable young sec-    J  FIRST  BAPTIST  CHURCH jond-growth spruce and  poplar forest,  Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school, land hi.s central object and  work  will  10 a.m.;   regular    service,  3:30  p.m.;   be to safeguard it from fire by every  possible  means,    so    that  in  two  or  three decades it    may yield  welcome  Prayer service,  Wednesday,  7:30 p.m.  REV. Ii. G.  STEWART, Pastor.  Good Riga;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  $44*--M**-^'M^-<^$**<^^  An Opportunity for a  Reliable Man in  Enderby  We have-some gilt.edged original prairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a'first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the distfict-thoroughly. The right" man who will.apply himself can  make this a perma'nent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 502.Temple Building, TORONTO  /   . .J       -J ;-t-A ">-         ��������������������������� -���������������������������     - '       ' ...        ���������������������������        ...    \   Order your Christmas Greeting Cards  ! early and let the Walker Press print 'em ,'"������������������^**n>*-'?*^y������������������*v������������������s*������������������-*- ���������������������������  ^  i  Thursday, November 21, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Noton  you  preatestpo  ft",j ������������������ i r       ���������������������������% *���������������������������       r*  9 f ������������������   ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������������������������� j -  variety * here -* but the prices  have been cut low.    Make^biit a 'list btrWhat  ^you'want to-day; bring it in and let u������������������ figure  oa it together.    The best qualityr only,"'carried in ������������������������������������������������������erything/  PLUMBING.HEATINGJINSMITHING  CHANGE IN FISHING LAWS  An important change in the fishing  regulations of British Columbia has  been decided upon, as one of the results of the recent visit of Sir Richard McBride and Hon. W. J. Bowser  to Ottawa. Ther-purpose of the new  regulations . is' to build up a white  fishing community on the Pacific  coast. This arrangement is the direct fruit of conferences between Hon.  J. D. Hazen, minister of marine and  , fisheries, and" Hon. W. J. Bowser, as  commissioner of 'fisheries of British  Columbia. Under existing regulations  a' given number, of boats are allowed  to operate in eacl*j fishing farea.' The  course decided upon for the new regulations is: Apply boat rating to wa-  ��������������������������� i     - \ * i  ter areas and not' to- canneries; issue  licenses hereafter,*���������������������������-for the fiscal"year  beginning with April 1; reserve until  March'15 in ' each / year; as many licenses in each'area as..there is reason  to.anticipateif*will 1 be applied for by  bona fide" white fishermen owning their  -i . "���������������������������������������������*���������������������������     -        ���������������������������<   -   . *- -  own boats * and" gear, and to assign  ^the remaining. Coats allowed-to existing, canneries pro rata on the ^present  boating-crating. *,The -licenses/to  white fisfiermen 5 will' allow them'.to  fish independent*,'of "any cannery' and  sell their." catchi'to,*whom they choose:  "At' the"   present .<?stage   in,   the  growth of.the'*"fjwest;" said Hon. Mr"  ,..        \ ���������������������������    ���������������������������    - 1- ���������������������������** -       > -.  Bowser, "with. the"~present sentiment  sp strongly in' favor, of cementing the  bonds "which'' '> hold " together the em-'  pire, we t have ' felt, it eminently de-'  sirable to'foster the-settlement_on the  coast*. linew"of ^ British^Columbia.-ybf,  white"' fishermen ,=" of"-the: stock Vwhichf  won'for Britain tthevsupfemacy-of-the  IN GETTING YOUR BYES SUITED DEM A NOTABILITY,   RELIABILITY,  AND, ABOVE ALL, DEMAND EXPERIENCE.'/    .  DR S.L. TAUBE  WHO HAS HAD FORTY-TWO YEARS' EXPERIENCE JN THE PROFES-  .     ���������������������������    SION, WILL BE AT',,,^->. \< 'v'*-:' . . ���������������������������  v'  A. Reeves' Drug StoreiiEiiderby^  Saturday, Nov.; 30tK;^1942  f  If there is anything .wrong .with your Eye Sight'?' don't/fail to consult-him'  ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY,GUARANTEED ATTESTED:'   "    ,;     ~ ���������������������������' i\ty  Z ���������������������������  r ������������������  'J"  E^OfeVAccidei-t  y> 6. "S-;4%^''INSURANCE/AGBNCIES  > /1 rc_ -  ,   .       .       'M i,-. Hfl       _,  v*   ."The L?iverpobr&" London"*: Globe Ins.. Co.;,  TheThoenix Insurance Co. of London.-' v /���������������������������  ���������������������������;���������������������������' L>aIan-Lane.-aire"Fire Insurance Co'" -  //" Rojial Insurance'Co-.of Liverpool (Life dept  //y/l/KV-y J&F$y y/Zi-cyThe London & Lancashire CuaranteV J "y/Ti  - * -y >y   '/    . .������������������������������������-������������������;. 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IW* ���������������������������    ~_ _ IAJ *^i_*-pf        a*:    ���������������������������J*������������������- ������������������. 4>.i      **��������������������������� *������������������^ *���������������������������       _Sr        *    t' -���������������������������       ������������������_ *    *  * ^ -������������������; f^v-.-c.^^^  .** ir -   .  I'k V"*;  pj" I <  'J.-'t    ���������������������������"  DYOLA  m*ffig!ia;i3@  If������������������ th?e CLE/^EST^SIMPLEST.Vnd BEST HOME  DYE, .onei can buy-jWhy you don'treveif have to  know what KIND'ol Cloth your,Goods ire'mide  of.--So Mistakes are Impossible. ������������������ ^ - *- V  ���������������������������yScnd for Free" Color Card.'Story/,Booklet, and  Booklet giving! results ol Dyeing over other colors.  *'The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO.", Limited,'  . 1 * Montreal. Canada.  ^pbi^r-bfi'tgCfPrdvintial  -Boafd^of ���������������������������Health1 in rural "and*aa-  "sist'ed>chobls,;under^th'e?authpr-'  i:v_HL^'i-;_:-rCt-J,t4-L^^������������������'^^^^  _-_���������������������������...*_^._r^������������������ - ������������������%Tr������������������n������������������i/ifiir/\-krMni_tcicifS^^Jn  ?^Tllei_^vincial;Bdara.bf:H���������������������������3dth,  Ei^diJBm  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR *���������������������������  *  *+  Plans and estimates  furnished  -Dealer in-Windows,'DoorvTurn-  ���������������������������ingg and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  ^We represent S.C.Smith Co,, of  ���������������������������xt. Vernon.;        .;,; Enderby.,  Fbe;ii^d^t:tlie5rate/^:^:^&'  for*eac)i>pupik<exanuned, s and-  thatTthey/areX^Tb^eXallo^ed^^  ^achTann^anhspectionJd^as'chobl.  travelling; expanses toth^tschopl  "at'a^fateihbtexceedjng^  per-mile.������������������ r \ ��������������������������� ,>, -Ard v^ ?/ ���������������������������.-.  ��������������������������� > * Inspections other^than; the. reg-k  lilar >annual :inspectibn> '^when  made updii written'request to the  Provincial Board of Health by^ the  Board of School Trustees;-^ :to  be paid for at the ^same- rate^as  the annuarinspectioniv '���������������������������>:������������������������������������������������������  -.IVouchersfor payment of t^iese  Tees and travelling, expenses, are  to be sent with the'reportof the  inspection to the Secretary of the  Provincial Board of Health.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  * - .-������������������ i  ���������������������������J '      '    >' 1  "Cement Building' "   J  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer   blocks,   cement'   brick, lawn  vases, ,peer   blocks,   chimney blocks;  also lime and cement.  Leave, orders early. _     r  .. l  Enderby, B. 0.    <  Luck means "the jobs you have never  failed to 'finish.   l    ,  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 Albe'r  ta, and   are' killed' and cut' strictl  FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  can - give, you the. best j?rice possible.  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  myselfrrealizetrthV necessityTfoT/such a  policy, -and'' we^have',arrived1,ati'^bur  decision -��������������������������� only ,V after ���������������������������>, most - . careful  thought and-'thorough/investigation'r'J;  ~       *     *.-t>������������������-       -'-r. -'        -. .     if     -f       ��������������������������� -    '        "'  :. Jim.'Spiyyersrsays,-"I.simply can t  stand''the ^ to?otS',*&-}. an-,,v automobile"  horn:* "A fellow tooK me to hear avdra-  ... ��������������������������� *"', ,' *.i--*i "ri^__    ,',rii;^'-_l^?<V.Tr.������������������  >V.l  i 1 i.  . iBy .'instruction.of ithe flon.iMinister.  of'Aericulturet-"a^-;distribution^bf>su-  ,-���������������������������" ���������������������������>'-. .������������������-:c p- .ft_i. ,1V. vrVfji.,-1" >������������������ W> /���������������������������������������������..' -''.v^.-  /.-,y''- vj-K^ji-r1" >? ^"j* j������������������'u-  periorjisorts^ioK -grain and ^potatoes-  will?be madepdunng the commg^win-"  ter -land'- spnng/jto������������������~Oanadian -farmers.-  ���������������������������y-i *���������������������������������������������.-" ���������������������������>'.-'>-'v. <-tri^''p''^*i.-'^.*i''__*r_:'_s_.'1  Th������������������  anmnl#������������������s���������������������������'fnr * e^nerftl*" distribution  white', oats >,(4lrl6srj,'JCbarieyJ(5-lbs),'  J_;Vi_4^A_f������������������1_4    tvA������������������n^/K^lk������������������^     nnK������������������._./_   nrill^Wa^  "queMly"it^s'an'hour_:late^nd^  waitiri^"passengers_hav^  ana.freefein^e:cbld;^f^^#i|  experimental "farms," the-Central-Farm  at. Ottawa'^supplying'- ^onlyr the���������������������������upro-'  vinces -of-Ontario _,andgQuebec. \ All  samples ^wilKbe^csent-jfree.^by^ mail:' -v.'.  ,-' Applica'nts^mustrtgive.^particulars" in-  re?ard" to the%.soiricon1".theirVfarms,"  and some account offtheir/'expenenceu  with such kinds *'of ���������������������������V-grain ,(or pota-  toes) as they havelgrown,*:so'-that-a,  promising ' sort^for fttieir "conditions  may "be* selected:  "-^.'-ej ?,>-���������������������������..- ~^ '  "Each' application" must-he separate,  and must be signed'by the"Applicant.'  Only one sample of,grain and* one, of'  pptatoes_can , be "sent: to_each' farm  Vi  ^k   "**V\   *-y* "���������������������������-.1 --'_���������������������������i>^jr       -j  _.. Jl<������������������  ���������������������������*Y*''jo/  1 *   _, _^ -<r   \-*y\z** 1 *.T.������������������j  _- -   -    r-*-: T  '���������������������������--JiTj-j1  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS/v/r^;^riL  J-"/^RAILWAYS ^MUST^PAY.^^i ,1  ^S^_3lai^0^h^rd  from timeutd'time^ mfconnection^  ���������������������������with:therlack^6f;accomm^3ations  at^thelGrindfod ^totiq^wtere;  there^is;;n6j;stoye^prbyidedfand;  nnnrol-^ctidtetbWassenffers^waiP  avvarded.GeorgeH.rMbrrison;#of������������������.  Essex.counW$l, 5A0/damagesJaf.  gairist'th'e ^ Pere^Marguettf ^ rail-  wa'y^forAmedicalrexpen'ses^^and  lossbf'salary^resulting^ffom/a  cold'contractediwhile-waiting^at  the H*^ere ^ MarquetteJ^crossing  where 'there is no station^r^^A4  'f The train %as: latejand /Mor-J  risori's cold "later, resulted.irito;an  illhessof six mo'nthsh-V'^ Xyjl?  Applications on any kind "of printed  form^cannot be accepted.' If two or  more samples   are   asked for in the  same letter only one .will be "sent.  * ������������������  ��������������������������� All applications for grain (and applications from the provinces of Ontario and Quebec for potatoes) should  be addressed to the' Dominion < Cereal-  ist, jOentral.Experimental,Farm, Ot-  tawa"7* Such"applications"require^no"  postage." '-If otherwise addressed' delay and . disappointment may occur.  Applications for potatoes from farmers in any other province should be  addressdd (postage prepaid) to the  superintendent of the nearest" branch  experimental farm in that province.  FRUIT PACKING SCHOOLS   ���������������������������  to^provide-fsheiterirat-Tcrossings^^^itt.^.       .   ��������������������������� ^    .      ���������������������������^.������������������������������������������������������_  where passengers might have to -     ,y ,>,������������������:,������������������.. Marshall. ;'V\>^gg  wait for trains. . '    -^   ^'      yy 7, f_, ^J^a^own, -Armstrong* P. 0/JX^  -ii ...v^>^>^UQ^g  WWZBM_^y&iX������������������fd  _h ^_v _i am _&^_^_^_^h  . .p. . 1 .   *.)V ^.<f  _J_AS-Ux_i-l-IHrv'"; ^.f^A t-^cl  RChadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)    Painter and Decorator,  Box* 74,,Enderby...   , _.   ...  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Luck means appointments you have,  never failed to'keep.  . Daily .trains both #aya from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South . , North  bound * STATIONS' ( bound  read down     ' ' ', wad up  10.15 '(Lv) sicamous Jet (Ar) 17.30  10'.48 Mara "'   * 16-45  11.03   ' Grindrod 16.29  11.18 , ,Enderby 16.14  11'. 45 Armstrong   '        " 15.45  12.03 Larkin 15.25  12.30. Vernon' ** 15.00  12.45 (Ar) Ok. Laaditaj'' (Lv) 14.45  TT/.Wr BRODIE *'" 'JNO.BURNHAM  Gen: Pas'. Agii. '' Agent  "7 Vancouver V s?   .1.;'Knderby  The Provincial Department'of Agriculture, through 'its horticultural  branch, wilP continue this year its  policy of conducting practical schools  of instruction in..fruit .packing in the  fruit districts . of the province. The  work-begun three years ago in a small  way has been veryt much extended  each year to meet*'the requirements'.  The results in .the improvements of  the fruit packing methods throughout  ,the Province have been .very gratifying and amply , justify the continuation, of the work. 'At present over 80  per cent of' the ; fruit packed commercially'and for fruit exhibits in this  province,' is packed * by *>pupils of government rpacking schools!. ,  , Luck means'just rising at 6 o'clock  in,the, morning. ���������������������������<;*���������������������������> \    ;.  ' ..    .    -  Burning Kerosene (Coal Oil)  ll   Outshines  Gas  or  Electricity  HERE ������������������ an oiUburnihlgMamp'which^producesia'flood of:  pure, white light���������������������������more brilliant than gas or electricity  I yet wonderfully mellow and easy on the eyes. Jt is.umple.  1   and safe, clean and noiseless, does not fill the room with obnox-'  ' ious,unhealthful odors. ������������������To have.abetter lighted home, with an;  Aladdin Mantle Lamp  - will ictutlly eoit you nothlm.   ll will par foi Iwell In the oil le it*et.   I am *  the .i_eni foi lhe Mantle Lamp.Coinpanr of Atnefica and am tellinje ������������������ou whit I  knowwbeabwluie facta.    I'tofessot Roiet*. of Lewia Inatiiute, Chicago, made.  _T a comparative lest of all the leading oll-buming lampa on the matket-an 1 Ihe  ���������������������������H-aaia-aapaHawpw^Aladdin waa found lo give Ihe beat light and the most economical to use. Bul you  don't need to ������������������ccepi theie airong itatcmenta oo my woid only.   Ail I art la Ibe opportunity lo ������������������roy������������������  themaimyowniiak.   I will be glad lo lei you   _ . '    .'       ^  TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You Buy  I furnlab Table, Bracket. Hanging. Wall ind Chandelier typea of lampr-ln fact Aladdin Uapi for every  pu.������������������-e.   Jul! dropme a po=t .ard and ain.ply.ay you a,e inte re.ted.   Mlbegl.dlo br.ne an A^>������������������"'"L������������������^������������������0,  ���������������������������bcw^M ud Imtc ia you������������������ boaie to uae ��������������������������� nighe ot two. entirely without obligation.   Mod the card today.  '/   BERNARD ROSOMAN; Agent, -  -    ;, *v''    'Grindrod,'^Okanagan Valley, B.O.>  The Mantle Lamp Co. of America,"Chicago, Portland,   Dallas,  Waterbury,  Montreal and Winnipeg.     '     '     '      v      ; .    .   \  7, .<        - *'    -    - 'y-'"\  ,-���������������������������  J/*������������������*.  . z-v.y .".?5  4������������������i ,-_-..Zl\,  ,1, 1 V._ a. .^'_Ti I  '-ter'  x   -:*vry  A I. A D D 1  t.   t     ���������������������������*  ������������������*������������������        'Vi  ���������������������������-'*"_,*''"  y ���������������������������   ^ i.   ififl-t,  % f *  *j   \->i}*t  ���������������������������   m  ^    ^r-'o  e :_ f?t*  \       ,  ��������������������������� ������������������  t ������������������ !*������������������������������������������������������?������������������  ?    "  -1  \ "   i,4  rj  ���������������������������*������������������*"*t*J  v   L***\  ��������������������������� .   ���������������������������  .  -  -���������������������������,;3  i _,.*  *  r   VJ  V^  ������������������  ���������������������������r{.  !                         -������������������  J       '   /  ti' i-  Applications* received: for  Loans on improved.Farming"  ^and City property.,  .     ' /  A^Apply.to-  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C.  I  '_ . ENDERBY PRESS   AND  WALKER'S WEEKLY  9i  5 YEARS' THROAT TROUBLE  AND INFLUENZA CURED  EMINENT    DOCTORS    FAILED    TO  CURE���������������������������HAD GIVEN   UP HOPE  Current Comment  This    Case    L>oes   Prove   That   When  ....  Catarrhozone  is  Breached   Every  Trace of Catarrh  Disappears  Milfor-i Havc-ii, Da., June 22.���������������������������Everyone in this neighborhood knows of the  long* suffering from inllueiiKa and catarrh (.iidured by Mrs. D. Carney. Today she is well. Her recovery is due  entirely to Catarrhozone. This is hot-  own statement: "I was a great sufferer  from catarrh in the head, throat and  nose, and endured the manifold tortures of inllfenza, for five years. My  life was despaired of. Catarrh was  undermining my strength very fast.  T used treatments from eminent doctors, but all failed to cure me. I had  given up hope of ever being well. Then  I road of a wonderful cure made by  Catarrhozone. Immediately I sent or  Catarrhozone, and before I had used  one bottie I was greatly relieved. Today I am cured. We would not be  without Catarrhozone in our home���������������������������  it's so sure in colds, coughs, bronchial  and throat trouble. I feel it is my duty  to publicly recommend Catarrhozone.''  Get the large dollar size of Catarrhozone; it contains a beautiful hard  rubber inhaler, and medicine that lasts  two months. Smaller sizes, 25c. and  50c, each. Beware of imitations.���������������������������  accept only Catarrhozone, sold by all  reliable dealers or by mail from The  Catarrhozone Company, Kingston, One,  and Buffalo, X.Y.  FROM   OLD   PERU  A remarkable collection of gold nnd  silver ornaments and gorgeous textiles  from J'eru is now on exhibition at the  Museum of Natural History at New  York. From their inventive ingenuity  and marvellous technie in weaving  fabrics, and their skilful uishioning  of gold and silver ornaments, the Jncas  ea.nobe classed as pre-eminently the  aboriginal artisans of the New World.  Some of the finest of these specimens,  which were all discovered, in most instances, only a few feet below thc  .- ground on the little island of Titicaca  in fhe lake of that name. This sheet  of water, partly in Peru and partly in  Bolivia, is one of the loftiest inland  lakes in the world, being thirteen thousand feet above the sea. Here,.on the  small island seven miles long and three  --wide.'in the fifteenth** century-the Incas  ^established'great, temples and shrines  ' for_religious'and .ceremonial purposes.  As-the-centre   of ' religious   authority  - tho-'island of Titicaca became a" place  - dfpilgrimage to which the inhabitants  -of-the  surrounding'country  came ' to  participate .-in-the great sacrificial celebrations. As a glittering display" of  wealth was a fundamental element of  .. the-Inca^religion���������������������������for its chief gocl was  the sun���������������������������all who came were dressed in  their richest garments, lavishly adorn-  * ed with trappings of gold and silver  and.dyed in gorgeous colors.  The chief objects of worship on the  island was the sacred - rock, a giant  boulder of red sandstone some fifty  feet higl* by two hundred'in length.  Tlie next-was, the .Temple of the Sun,  which' stood close by thc sacred rock.  Tho. supreme oracle was believed to  resido in the rock. ��������������������������� The face of. this  was covered with plates of solid gold  and inside'a natural recess was placed  an altar of gold, the niches being decorated with life-size figures of  gold. - The traditions of the Incas afiirm that light failed them for  many days and that while all were in  darknoss ancl obscurity the sun came  out, rising out of the island of Titicaca  in great splendor. Hence, the island  was held in great reverence and there-  _after  became  a  sacred  spot  and wns  write letters, at the rate of fifty dollars  a week, and believes he has struck a  new line that offers a wide field.  Blessed are the meek.  A HUMBLE HERO  (From the Cleveland Leader)  Tony Donatto was working on thc  railroad track when a fast express  train approached. Jle and the other  members ot the gang he was wita  stepped aside out of danger. Tony  saw that a tie, had been carelessly left  on the track. He sprang back and  hurled it into the cl itch. But hc could  not save himself. The engine struck  him. After a brief halt the train sped  on. It was only an Italian laborer who  had been killed.  The man and the deed will soon bo  forgotten. But when thc recording  angel brings forth his roll of honor on  the last day the name of Tony Donatto  will be found not far from the top.  that King Edward did little to justify  his title as the Peacemaker. Ho had  no originating political faculty, was no  reader of books, as he could not concentrate his mind on them. He  "lacked the intellectual equipment of a  great thinker," and sometimes "showed unwillingness to exert his mental  power." The King could easily acquire  information sufficient to hold his own  in cursory discussion, but, according to  Mr. Lee, he did not sustain conversation with much power or brilliancy.  ALWAYS  DISCOVERED?    IT    WAS  KNOWN  (From the Boston Transcript)  Now it has been discovered by prowling investigators that stuttering is  three times as common among boys as  among girls. This will at least help to  explain the greater volubility of women  in presenting their rights' than the  average man possesses. Or is it that  men are too lazy to  rights?  THE PRUNE IN HONOR  (From the Boston Herald)  When the humble potato was first introduced in France the leading families  would have nothing to do with such a  plebeian product. At last one of the  producers of the wholesome tuber induced the king to put a royal guard  around his potato field. Thon the aristocracy fell over themselves to obtain  the fruit. The hotel keepers of Chicago havo adopted an ingenious scheme  to socially boost the democratic prune.  A single prune is now, being sold for  five cents! Thc "first families" are  now giving exclusive prune parties and  the prune jar is locked'in the burglar-  proof safe plate with the family plate!  THE  MENTON'OLIVES  The olive-tree flourishes luxuriantly  in Spain, southern France, and Italy,  although its native home is said to  have been the country between the  upper Indus and thc Suleiman Mountains on the borders ot Afghanistan". .  Among the most famous olives are  those of Menton. The Capo St. Martin  is a promontory projecting from the  Maritime Alps about halfway between Menton and Monte .Carlo and  two miles from either. There may be  seen thc largest and oldest of thc olive-  groves of Italy or thc Riviera.  Tho olive-tree is of extremely slow  growth. The seed does not germinate  until two years after planting, and the  tree is fifty years in coming into" bearing. There is a saying in Tuscany,  'Plant a vineyard for yourself,' an  orange-grove for your children, and an  olive-orchard for your grandchildren."  In the Menton region*, the olive blossoms in April ancl shows a small white  flower; with thick, waxy petals. The  most beautiful period of the olive-  groves is when ,the young olives", arc  ripening. The trees are then laden  with plum-shaped fruit varying in  color from bright green to bluish purple and dark red. * -  The harvesting b.egins in October,  before the fruit is ' fairly ripe,-and is  the occasion of much mirth and jollification among the harvesters. Some of  ���������������������������the trees aro shaken, but for the most  part the fruit is-picked, since it is less'  iable to bc bruised and broken' The  olives are carried from the orchards to  large dry-rooms, where thoy aroastored  until a quantity sufficient for pressing  has boon gathered. Then they are  taken' to the mills in tho ravines about  Menton, driven by thc " torrents-..tbat  come foaming down in all directions  from the mountains.' - '. - ��������������������������� " . '  The olives are reduced tp.pulp-.by being-passed through a grater muclijike,  that of a'"cider-mill, and 'the' mass. is  put into hempen baskets constructed-  for the purpose. These/ten or. twelve  in number, are piled up together and  pressure applied. ,���������������������������Thev oil thus/ex}  tracted is of the best quality,1 "virgin"  oil." The refuse is called marc. It is  treated with boiling water,-pressure-is  again" applied, and there is thus/obtain-  sSore Feet.  Everybody   now   admits  Zam-Buk  best for these.  Let, it give YOU ease'  and comfort. """  Druggists and Stores everywhere s*  ^mBuk  accounted   a    religious    sanctuary   in  honor of their deify, the sun.  One of the largest and most noteworthy decorative objects found here  is a magnificent ceremonial drinking-  c:up nearly twelve inches high, of hammered gold, wrought into a striking  portrait. Another is a woman's poncho  of extraordinary beauty and wonderful  in the number of decorations and fantastic patterns it contains. Though  "fo.fr"nV"fivb-ceriUfrlos old," it" is "as"fresh"  .���������������������������md brilliant In colors a.s when it left  the weaver's loom. This remarkable  garment i.s covered . and ornamented  with thousands of unique squares  showing geometric, bird and animal  designs. The bottom border is festoon-  nd witli spectacular figures of lnca  warriors.  This benuliful and striking garment  is equal to the finest Gobelins of tlie  present time. It was woven on tho  island by captive young women from  other tribes and the weaving took an  entire year. Two brilliant and imperishable colors were given to the  wool before if was spun from the silklike coat of the vicuna, an animal similar to the llama, but famous for tho  surpassingly fine quality of its fleece,  which can be spun into the thinnest  threads. The fine wool of tho vicuna  was reserved entirely for apparel worn  by the lnca nobility.  The relics which are now on exhibition at thc Museum were dug up by  workmen employed by the, o.wtier of  the island and were purchased by Mr.  J. Picrpont Morgan.  When Your Eyes Need Care  Try Murine Eve Remedy. N"o Smartlnp���������������������������Feels  Fine���������������������������Acts Quickly. Try it for Red, Weak,  Watery Eyes ;ind Granulated Eyelids. Illus-  tri-ted Book in each Package. Murine ta  compounded by our Ocnlists���������������������������not a "Patent Medicine"���������������������������but used in suc__s_fiil Physicians'Practice for many yean. Now dedicated to tho Public and sold by DrtigKists at 26c .ind GOc jjer-i.ot.le.  Bye Salvo in A.soplic Tubes, 25c and 60c,  od oil of the second quality. The refuse of this in turn is permitted to  undergo a short fermentation ancl is  again pressed after being'treated with  boiling water, the result being an inferior fatty oil.  Tho thrifty peasants havo not yet,-  however,1, done with their product.-The  residue is placed in a scries of brick  or stone troughs, filled with "water,  and beaten with poles. Thc oil rising  to the surface is skimmed off:-" Tlie  mass is next put into caldrons and  boiled and, being again placed in the-  presses, yields a second fatty oil, which  is mixed with tho first and used'in the  industrial arts, principally for.'soap-  making. - -   ��������������������������� -  ' \'-. ���������������������������    .  Next, the water which'has been em-,  ployed    in', .these processes, with that'-  used in cleaning the vessels, is poured".'  into reservoirs, and    the oil, rjsing, is'  skimmed  and  used "for    burning .in..  THE ELEPHANT AND THE MOUSE  ago at the Natural History  Not long  Museum in London, attention was invited   to  the  remarkable -resemblance  between a specimen  of the' huge African   elephant  and  the  pigmy shrew.,_  mouse. ���������������������������  ��������������������������� ^  .- r[       ,        '-'���������������������������"    '.-"���������������������������  A distinguished'naturalist-suggested"  comparison'-of'the'.two', and-the-result _���������������������������  was     that    practically    every, ibone,  muscle, blood vessel and'nerve-of'the '���������������������������  giant 'beasf'was' found'.identically/^ re-''-*  produced..in, the  little  animal, .which-.v.  is scarcely two inches in length.;'.' "Jn".'  the   museum   in   "question ''a - stu*ffedr_"  mouse   has   been   placed   between"' the ,:  forefeet of.its enormous' mounted-'p'ro- -  lotypo for the_ purpose of "showing,.the  curious likeness.     "        Z '      ,.- - -  You cannot afford brain-befogging headaches.---.; y  NA-PRU-CO Headache Wafers  ���������������������������   stop them in quick-lime and clear your head/-- The-jr^,.  ��������������������������� '- do not contain either phenacetin, acetanilid/rnorphirie,".  * opium'or; any. other dangerous drug._'25c.'_-"a box at '���������������������������-[  ' *- your Druggist's. y','y'-  .-.--''-."'-:- ,-'~ \-".'*i2i;: .'  .-National drug.and Chemical Co. of.Cana"da' Limited;'-"--  >:tt I  ,.!,  . .i ���������������������������-..._  '-���������������������������ai  ��������������������������� t -   .>.,  ',-  FLYNN'S WRONG FONT f  (Prom-the Toronto Mail'and Empire)  "I'll knock the big smoke stiff"���������������������������.Tim  Flynn, pugilist. This is no language  for a prize-fighter to employ to a colleague. It would be more fitting if  used by the Presidential candidates.  AND GARLIC, TOO!  (From the Boston'Transcript)  The seedless and   coreless  apple has  now  been    achieved    by a Delaware  Murine  WI urine  Eye Remedy Co., Chicago  grower.   When will the odorless onion  be evolved?  DEMAND  FOR  NONSENSE TOO  ��������������������������� (I'Yom thc Victoria Colonist)  A demand is arising in the United  States for the coinage- of half-cents.  They used td have "half-cents in Nova  Scotia before' Confederation. A demand for a lower unit of value, coupled  with thc increased =price of commodities, furnishes food for thought."  THE TRADE OF THE WEST  (From the Winnipeg Commercial)  The Winnipeg bank clearings this  week, ending June 15, aggregated $29,-  3-17.5S1. compared with $20,289,160 in  the corresponding week of Jast year, an  increase of a little more than .3 pet-  cent. This is practically the proportion, that .general..fradu in .the .west is  bettor than it was a yoar ago -  REGINA'S   LIMITS  SUFFICIENT  (From tho Regina Standard)  Even though the outside owners  should construct and hand over to the  city their several little streaks of rust,  thc mouth of the uncouth "gift liorso"  should be carefully examined. There  is not a shadow of honest argument in  its favor.  Tho Standard is optimistic enough to  believe that all the sections bordering  on the present city limits are possible  propositions, and have some speculative value. Outside of that they aro  purely farm lands. It is unfortunate  that thousands of acres that are impossible for sub-division purposes during  this generation should lay fallow,  growing nothing but weeds, pock-  marking tho fair face of fertile nature,  whore fields of grain formerlv flourished.  All this is bad enough, but to ask Regina to countenance any system by  which investors can bo fleeced and civic  interests impaired is indeed colossal  impertinence.  NOT A   BRILLIANT  KING  (From thc Vancouver News-Advertiser)  Sir Sidney Leo, who wrote the best  sketch of the life and character of  Queen Victoria that has yet appeared,  has prepared a biography of King Edward the Seventh for the encyclopaedia  of national biography. The biographer  does not describe the late King as a  highly   intellectual   person.      He  says  A   BUREAU   OF   MATRIMONY  -==^{-From=tlie^;&v.^\:ork-=Woi*-l{l-)-==^  Following tho route marked out by  thc advocates of eugenics, scientific  mating, sane marriage and similar innovations, but" hastening to got to tho  head of thc procession, comes a Boston physician proposing thc establishment of a "Marriage-Aid Bureau" at  "Washington as a. part of our national  governmental machinery, Tho duties  of thc bureau would bo, of course, to  investigate,...supcrvi.se anA__rcsuljUc  everything pertaining to courtship and  marriage.  This is not unexpected. An eagerness for governmental control is one of  tho most chnractoristic features of  American sociological monomania. Wc  find it developing in tho simplest as  well as' in the most complex "movements for innovation, reformation or  mere mutation. Whereas in thc  bureaucratic, government-ridden countries of the Old World, reformers arc  seeking relief in revolution or in anarchy, we in our freedom seem bent on  transmitting to our children no freedom except that of exemption fioin  parental control.  ALL  STOPS  THINGS TO  HIM WHO  WAITING  (From the Calgary Herald)  A hard-working and self-supporting  student at Columbia university has an  experience to relate. Last year he  worked as night clerk : i a summer  hotel ancl got forty-five dollars a  month for the job. This year he is doing much better ancl is staying at home.  Ho  is  teaching business mon  how to  CASTORIA  For Infants and Children.  The Kind You Have Always Bought  Bears the  Signature of  ���������������������������r-y*\  V;--  at Camp Comfort  T_ie~boys at Camp Comfort are usinjf  the same stove that they had last year.  It was the best they could get.   It was^a  New Per/cetion.  Oil Cook-stove  This year they got a New Perfection Oven  ..--J Also a_New_ Perfection Toaster.���������������������������:   Abo a New Perfection -Broiler  "Gee, what a difference in the meals a good ttove  make*," said one of the boy*. So ther called their shack  " Camp Comfort." ' And they will tell their mothers and  wires about the stove, too. For the New Perfection Oil  Cook-stove is as convenient for the home as for the  camp. It will bake, broil, roast and toast as well as a  regular coal range.   The    /'  New Perfection  Stove    .    ,  ii ha&dsomely finished ia  nickel, with cabinet top,  drop shelves, towel racks,  etc. Long chimneys, enameled turquoise-blue. Made  with 1,2 or 3 burners. All  dealers. Free Cook - Book  wilh every stove. Cook-  Book also given to anyone  tending 5 cents to cover  mailing cost.   .  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  GRAIN  Since the first of September, 1911, to the present time we have been  entrusted with* the largest business'we have ever had in handling, and  disposing* of grain shipped by farmers'to Fort William, Port Arthur and  Duluth. We have to the best of our ability, squarely, conscientiously,  and except as prevented by the delays in railway transportation, promptly, executed all business entrusted to'our care and we now desire to tender our hearty thanks to all those who-have employed us. . The many  letters we have received (some of which we will publish In our advertisements before long) expressing approval of and satisfaction with the  way we have served our clients, have been most encouraging to us, and  will stimulate us to use In the future renewed efforts to serve to the  best advantage for their Interest, all who entrust the disposal of their  grain to us. A new season has started over Western Canada with Its  hard work for the farmer, and we sincerely trust that a favorable growing time and abundant yield, with a favorable harvest time, may follow  to amply reward the husbandman for his energy and toil.  THOMPSON,   SONS  &  CO.  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  700-703Y GRAIN EXCHANGE. WINNIPEG, CANADA.  /  146  k Thursday, November 21, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKEK'S WEEKLY  ������������������  0  /  h  Interesting Paper on Agricultural  College Work Read by H..F. Cowan  A meeting of the Northern Okanagan Farmers' Institute was held at  Grindrod last Saturday afternoon to  ctraft resolutions to he submitted,to  the Central Institute meeting to be  held at Victoria, ancl to elect a delegate to represent this Institute at thc  Central meeting.  Owing to the bad condition of thc  roads, the attendance was small, but  much interest was shown by tlie members present. When nominations  for delegate were called for, the  name of Mr. Little was presented,  hut hc declined to stand, and tbe  name of Mr. C. S. Handcock was selected ancl he was unanimously elected,  Mr. Little acting as alternate.  In view of the fact that the Government had appointed a Commission  to investigate agricultural conditions  in this  province,    it was not deemed  and dangers arising;,from windbreaks.  Grafting and Budding were explained  to us one morning, and in the afternoon we assembled' at long tables  furnished with whips and stocks to  graft upon, and *.wc .inr'selves each  made several grafts which were inspected by the professor ?nd any  fault in our work explained. Three  or four afternoons '��������������������������� .were spent over  this instruction, during-; which all the  (liferent methods of ��������������������������� grafting were  demonstrated. .Likewise,, when we  had our first lecture on Pruning, the  professor had some young trees to  discuss and cut up.. .The' next two or  three periods allotted .to practical  orchard work were .spent, in the old  orchard attached to thc college. There  two students were generally commandeered to do the pri ning: - They had  to  tel    us    which .. branches -���������������������������they" in-  and the spraying is less effective, although as much time, care cu d material are expended. At the cu^se of  the course we   went with the .irofes-  which the pollen is ripe.  ordinary  laying  hen.      A  great deal  "Throughout the course apples took j of attention was given to feeding,  premier place, but attention was also Two lessons were spent in discussing  given to other fruits,  particularly to  the 'points' of a bird, good specimens  orchards    around  Spo- 'their  propagation    and   cross-pollina- ' being before   -the   class  at the time.  sor to prune  kane.  "In    class    the -professor  t ok  us'best varieties will not produce a crop   instruction   in    poultry  through  the whole course of cultiya-  i/ planted alone. ��������������������������� have two classes,  tion of an orchard, from the prepara-      "Demonstrations  in   blasting  hard- '    "The class on"Soils and Dry Farm-  tion  of the   ground and selection  of  although we 'did not seem to get very  ing was as interesting-fis the others,  trees,    onwards.    , He told  many enemies   of"orchan  the    remedies    employed    to   control   firm interested in the sale of explos- .points the prpfessor. wanted to make.  advisable to    send    many resolutions  tended to remove, and were frequent-  from this Institute for the Central to , ^ ask;ecl to explain why.   Their prun-  i tion of strawberries; for many of thc  There were "So many  applications for  they had  to  fold us of the'.use of powder were carried out in the  although we^did..not seem to get very  rd - trees', and'presence  of   the    class  by a  private  far into it. ''''There were certain main  , He was condemning    practices which  pretty, general, and  them,  but-fuller instruction on these'ives:  subjects  was   given by the professor I    'Tn the vegetable class after a few  were apparently.'  on  entomology under the heading of ' lessons    on    general    subjects,   each   it was slow ^ork. convincing his au-  Farm  Insects,    and  by  the  professor , vegetable was treated separately and   (Hence.     One ojWHs.'main points was  on   bacteriology. Suitable    cover  instruction   given    as to its soil and  that a man ownifig 1000 acres cannot  crops and   intercrops    to grow iu an  moisture    requirements,    temperature 1 profitably-handiest all, part of it at  orchard were discussed.     Tne greater  of germinating, length of season, age'least will be so^oprly. farmed as to  difficulty of marketing apples of many   to transplant from seed bed, distance 'be unprofitable,'i&rid tlje-^weeds in the  different   varieties     emanating'*   from  to plant,    special    planters and har- ' fallow land and a}ong 'the fences seed  one centre, as compared with marketing one or two, is' now pretty generally^ recognized, and it raises the  question    of   self-pollination  and -in  vestors   used,  'and storing.  ,'    "At" least once  'a week the poultry  j class-was  held  at the poultry  plant.  net upon.       It   was the sense of the  meeting, however, that a meeting of  ing could be objected to either by the   from    different  professor or by    the" class;'fan fi "often* many instances  ter-pollinaticn among fruit trees. Not The plant is new - and is so well  very much is yet known, and reports '' planned and equipped that it is a  districts disagree in lesson in itself. After full in'struc-'  Such   information   tion 'had   been    given  on  incubators,  manner    of  marketing  themselves to7 the   detriment of the  farm -generally. The advisability of <  breaking up- large 'farms may not concern us very,much-here, but we might  be better off without so nrany weeds  along our- fences and railways. ,One���������������������������  of the students had a different expert  ence from   ,.the   professor,  for in his  the Commission should be held at En- there was much discussion as to how  derby, and the following resolution |one of these ill-shapened old trees  was passed, to- be forwarded to the should be treated to make- it a pro-  chairman    of    the Agricultural  Com-fitable orchard    tree."    Tn a commer-  as had been 'collected was given to the' students set two, and tested the! part of thclcountry it was t'-e lar-^-e  the class. There are almost no varie- e3Ss on the fifth day, and again la- ' owners who-farmed best.. On-.other  ties of apples that can safely be con-  ter.     In class    the important'points . points,  too,  this    student had.differ-  sidered self-fertile, but certain pairs  of* varieties' planted together will  successfully    pollinise    one    another.  tree.     Tn  mission:    "That the Northern Okuna-|cial orchard    much deoends upon the  gan    Farmers' , Institute  respectfully 'form pf the trees.  "', If .they go much  request.that our district be included to height instead  of width',  the;cost The Duchess apple is reported as self-  in the itinerary of the sittings of the J of producing    the-same- number, of fertile,  and ,is   considered a partial-  boxes of fruit is much greater, for it larly good    polliniser of, other varie-  costs more to thin and more to pick: ties* generally:   Of course,  the period  the  ripe fruit,  and    if a   tree is too during  which it    can serve  this  pur-  cfowded the fruit does not color well, pose is limited    to   'the'time during  Commission,   and  that a meeting be  held at Enderby." :  Messrs. W.- Anderson and Wm.Owen,  fathered- a resolution which was carried, endorsing the petition now in  circulation asking - the Dominion to  extend the government telephone' system to this district.  Tt was decided to bring the question of noxious weeds before the annual meeting.  A paper  was read before the meeting by Mr.  Cowan, on  "Pullman Col-  lcg'e  Work."   The paper was heartily  applauded'and a v5te of thanks was  O given Mr. Cowan.  ."I took several of the 'Short Winter. Courses,'-said .Mr. Cowan, 'in-the  beginning of '.this year, an'd I will \  confine my remarks mostly to" these.  Thisuis, moreover, the course that  will appeal 'to the majority of our  -members, as, being of only six weeks  to be, observed in choosing a site  and building a poultry plant were  first impressed upon us, particularly  the importance of abundant*' sunlight  in winter, and-fresh air at all times.  ent experiences and opinions, and  sometimes 'lively discussions ensued.  In this class .we learned to measure  the water content of soil, its capacity to retain    water ancl the humus  Then    the    necessity    of having   the j content, and, strange as, it may se;:m  breeding stock in    the pink of con a i-  we found that, the 'heavy clay' soils!  tion', and it wants a good deal more '��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� \   exercise and more green food than an ' " - Continued on last page.) -  The ftrporation of tlie City of Enderby  Loan By-law No. 11  .WHEREAS, the" total amount of  existing Debenture Debt of the said  City is Seventy-nine Thousand, Two  Hundred  and , Fifty  ($79,250.00)  Dol-  duration and hold in the dead of win  ter, farmers can attend with the min- j purpose aforesaid; and  imtim of inconvenience. |    WHEREAS,    for    the    pavment   of  . "Pullman College .'was-founded in the said -principal and interest it is  ,_nn        .   .,     _,,     l    ������������������������������������������������������������������������  l     s-i ' necessary to raise the sum of $233.96  1890, and thc Short    Winter Courses    ,)y rate {n ead] a;nd every year; and  were instituted about seven years WHEREAS the value of the  ago. The college is supported by the whole rateable property of the City  state of Washington,'''and all instruc  the said debentures, and to provide  fdr .the payment of such debt when  due > ,-        .  .   j &'.'���������������������������" That the sum of $15O'.O0 shall re , , r    , . , _    _-    .    -  7 ryt aw foiTrXtstno THE SUM levied and raised annually by a rate* lars of which none of the interest or  A BY-LAW HOK KAlbirsL. lH.a &UM        , ,,    i.fe       ,, TirnT1prt-'   ,-'   tup   principal is in arrear;  OF  $2,500.00 FOR THE IMPROVE-   ������������������" aur *ne,  rateabie property, in the  MENT AND EXTENSION uF IHE ������������������ltv  of knderby,    in  addition to "all  WATERWORKS SYSTEM OF THE other rates,, for the payment of. the  CITY OF ENDERBY. _ interest on the said debentures;  WHEREAS    it is necessary t<   con-    .7.   That the sum of ?'83 96 shallbe  struct    permanent   'improvements  at levied and raised annually by a rate'  the intake    and    also to make audi- on ali   tne   rateable property in the i  tions and    extensions    to the City's City-of Enderby,    in addition'to all-  water works system;' and      - other- rates, for   the pavment of the  WHEREAS for the_said.purpose.it debt hereby created,-when-due--  is necessary to raise by way of loan..;    8.   That it shaI1   Ke lawflIj for the , gaid Cit f the. debentures  U?ToSnrm      ������������������    ,, y S    ^said Cifcy   'of knderby from time-to- hereinbefore   Mentioned',    a    sum  of  of $2,500.00, repayable on the 31st time,to .repurchase any of the s?id de- monev not'exceeding in-the whole the  day of December 1932, .bearing _nter-. bentures at s**ch'- price or prices as i sum "of-$3,000.00, and, to cause such  est in the -meantime,-   payable half- may be    milt,Ially ed n   be. j f money so raisecl and received  yearly, at the rate of 6 per centum 'tween .the s-.id City, and the.holdecor.J-to be paid into the hands of the  per annum, the principal of such loan  holders of the said (le1ientlires .   aml j Treasurer'of   'the    said  City for the  all debentures so repurchased shall be'* purposes and -with the' objects 'here-  forthwith ^cjncelled,   and no re-issue    inbefore recited;.--,*  'NOW THEREFORE, the Mayor,and  Council of the City of Enderby, in  open meeting assembled, hereby euact  as follows : ...  1. That it shall be lawful for the  Mayor of- the City of Enderoy to  raise by'way of loan, from any uer-  son or persons,- body oi" bodies corporate, -who.', may be willing to advance the same   on the' credit of-the  into force and take effect on th'e,-,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."     .'- :  I when raised,   tD   be    applied for the  tion to citizens of that state is en-  - tirely free'. For. thc full course, students not ordinarily resident of the  state are charged fees." P'or the Short  Winter Courses, however, instruction  is free to all. They, welcome outsiders, arid the professors' seem particularly- pleased to- have"students  from across the boundary.  "The   classes    are     divided      into  groups: Soils' and Crops, Live Stock,  i of Enderby, according to the last re  I vised assessment roll, is Six Hmdred  and  Nine    Thousand   Three Hundred  and Ninety-five f$609,395) Dollars; and  1     WHEREAS,    the      total      amount  of'existing   Debenture ' Debt.' of' the  of  the    said    City    is    Seventy-nne  Thousand,    Two    Hundred and Fifty  , ($79,250.00) Dollars, of which none of  the interest or principal is in arrear;  1     NOW THEREFORE the Mayor and  .Council  of* the   City of Enderby,  in  open  nreeting   assembled,  hereby en  act :  I    1.-   That it shall be lawful for the  _M.iyor__of_the_.City oi'_Enderby_tc_  Iof any debenture'.or debentures shall  be made in consequence, of such repurchase ;  9. That  this    By-law  sliall,  before  the final "passase thereof,  receive the J  assent of .the electors of the s? id-City j  of Enderby, in   the manner provided !  for by the   Municipal Act, 1906,. and  amending Acts ; , - ���������������������������-��������������������������� J  10. That this By-law shall come ;  into force and,take effect on the 31st t  day of December, 1912 ';-- ''  11. That this By-law may be cited  for all nur'loses as "The City of Enderby Waterworks Loan By-law, 1912'  J,IaiL*t=.Gro.wing,=J)airying,=Home=Eco  noroics and Forestry. There-are also raise by way of !oa"' fror? any per  , . , ��������������������������� , , son or. persons, body or bodies cor-  certain subjects not classed as be- porate, who may be willing to ad-  longing ho any particular group. As vance the same on the credit of the  far as possible it is arranged so that said City, by way of the debentures  subjects that belong properly to more hereinafter mentioned, a sum of  ,. , i , . ��������������������������� , money not exceeding in the whole  than one   branch    of farming can be , thQ gum   Qf   ?2500i00   and   to cause  attenied by students of several cliff- Such sum of money so raised and re-  erent groups. 'For instance,'last win- ceived to be paid 'into the hands of  ter students   of ��������������������������� Fruit- Growing and   the Treasurer of the said City for the  Dairying "could "attencrihe "clM8os~oi" gK^tcIlT1'11' ^ ������������������bJCCtS" ^'^ '  Soils and Dry Fanning without miss- (    2.   That it shall,, be. lawful for the  ing  any    instruction    on    thair  own   said Mayor to   cause any number of  subject,     and    Live    Stock   students   debentures to   be mode  for the sum  of not less than $500.00 each, bearing  could  take Soils instead of Poultry.  "The professors recommend students not to take more than three  classes and relative laboratory or  practical work per day, but if a man  feels he is able for it, and the classes  fit in suitably, he can take as many  as five. To take so many is not  only a great strain on the attention  and memory, but it leaves little or  no time for reading up further on  subjects discussed in class, and there  is a very fine library replete with  works on every branch af agriculture  to which Short Course students have  free access.  "Now I wish to give you some idea  of the scope of the instruction given  in particular classes. Take first the  Orchard Management Class. The important question of sites for orchards was taken up and discussed with  reference' to altitude,' climate, soils,  and water supply, and the .exposure  with reference to sunshine, wind and  air  drainage;    then   the  advantages  interest at the rate of six per centum  per annum, not exceeding in the  whole the sum of $2,500.00 and all  such debentures shall be sealed with  the Seal of the 'City nf Enderby.  signed by the' "Mayor, and countersigned by the Treasurer of the said  City;  3. That the said debentures shall  bear date the 31s������������������ clay'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 in-,  terest shall be payable, half-yearly ori  the 30th day of " June ancl tlie" 31st  day of Deceihber* 'b'f 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 oh all-  the  rateable   property   in   the   said  Oity,  in addition to all other rates,  sufficient to pay interest'on the debt  hereby created during the currency of  TAKE NOTICE that the above is a  true copy of the -proposed By-law.  unon which the vote of the Municip-  ality_will_be_taken,_at_the_.Citv_Hall-  Enderby, on Monday, the th 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.  The Corporation of tUe City of Enderby  Loan By-law No. 12  A BY-LAW FOR RAISING THK SUM  OF    $3,000.00    TO -.PROVIDE  POR  THE CONSTRUCTION rip icjaINS  IN THE CITY. OF LNDKRHV:  WHEREAS, on thc 9th clay of May,  1912,  tho Municipal. Council  pa.?3.d a  By-law to raise the sum of $6,000.00  to construct drains    to carry o)T the  surface water from certain sL.-iets in  the City'; ancl  " WHEREAS, the moneys provided  for in said By-law have proved insufficient to' complete cue r-aid works  2.   That it   shall- be lawful for the  said Mayor to   cause any number of  i debentures to be made for the sum of  not less Jthah' $500.00" each, bearing  interest at the rate of six per centum'  .per    annum,    not    exceeding ' in  the  whole" the sum    of $3,000.00;  and,all  such debentures shall be sealed  with  the  Seal  *of " the    City qf Enderby,  signed by    the   Mayor    arid countersigned by  the    Treasurer of the said  City; .    .       ".   _        ...    - - .    ���������������������������  .3. That the said dehcntures.sha.il.  bear date the 31st day of December,  1912, an'd shall "be made payable in  twenty years - from the date hereinafter mentioned . for this Bv-law to  take effect, at the Bank of Montreal,  in the City of Enderby;  4.   That the    said  debentures shall  _have_.coup.__n_1 -attached fpr_the .pay__.  TAKE'NOTICE that the above-is'a '  true c.ooy'qf 'the, ur,>nosed By-law unon which' the vote of the-Muriicipality'  wiirbe taken," at the 'City ..Hall,',;En- -  derby,   on*-Monday,   the 25th'.iday , of *  November, .1912, between the hours of.".',  9 a. m.-and--7'D.'m.- , .> -"-���������������������������"    :r ���������������������������������������������-'  '-  ,       ..-.; ''.GRAHAM--ROSOMAN,'- -:  .    ; Clerk-of-',tfie'Municipal .Council.,  "' Dated "at"-the' .City Hallj" Enderoyf"  B.*-*Ci,  November--7th,' -1912.':". -f..v..    -  CITY OF ENDERBY  Voting on'Proposed By-laws,"    -.  PUBLIC' NOTICE  -is   hereby given  to the Ratepayers of the Municipality-  of the City of Enderby th'at I'require  the presence of the    said Ratepayers  at     the    ^City-f Hall','' Enderby, '. on  MONDj\.Y^the 25th day,of November;  1912, betwfeeh the hours of 9 a-m. and  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 Waterw-qrW  System of c the   City of Enderby;  ' :    and    .  "(2)    A  By-law  for Raising  the sum  of $3,000.00    for the Construction  of Drains in the Citv of Enderby.  Any person, male    or female, being  a British   subject    and    the assessed  owner of_lancl or real property witlF"  in  the    Municipality,    is entitled   to  vote on such proposed - By-laws.  Given under rrry hand at the City  Hall, Enderby, this 7th day of November, 1912.  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN  '  '    '   Returning Officer.  ment of interest at the rate of six  per centum per annum, and such interest shall bc payable half-yearly, on  the 30th clay of June and thc 31st  clay of December in each and everv  year, and tbe signatures to such coupons may he either written, stamped,  printed or lithographed.  5. That a rate en the dollar shall  be levied ancl raised annually on all  the rateable property in the said  City,"in'addition to all "other" rates;  sufficient to pay interest on the debt  hereby created during the currency of  the said debentures, and to provide  for Lhe payment of such debt when  due;  G.   That the sum of $180.00 shall be. ,-���������������������������...������������������.  levied and raised annually by a rate, Statutes of British Columbia govern-  on all the rateable property in the;lnK the. .passage of money by-laws.  City of Enderby, in addition to all,the Persons who will bc entitled to  other rates, for the payment of the  interest on the said debentures;  7.   That the sum of $100.75 shall be   Waterworks Improvement ancl Kxlen  levied and raised  annually by a rate i sion^and   the   Drain   Construe'ion'Bv-  Sy'if'lS.dSS?'"?. SBSE !"��������������������������� Sf il.���������������������������** ���������������������������������������������* Pr**"* owners  GITY-OF  ENDERBY   Voting on Money Py-laws  is hereby  given  that  the     provisions   of  pur-  the  vote at -the   poll  to  be held on  No  veirijjor. 25th,   liUH,   on   lhe prop, sed  and also,to construct _-hc!i let'-rfiis ns i ._.  are required to completely drain the other rates,  for    the payment of the ;  said surface water; and  WHEREAS, to provide f-.r the completion of such work it is nerc-sary  to raise by ' way of 1 .-an -ipon the  credit of the City ' of '..nd^rhy, 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 G per" centum  per annum, .the principal of such  loan, whe*ri-raised, to i)e applied for  the purpose.aforesaid; and  ; WHEREAS, for theepayment of the  said principal and interest, it is ner  cessary to -raise* the-suiti of $280.75  in each and every year; ancl  -���������������������������/.WHEREAS; 'the, value iof \ the whole  rateable. property��������������������������� of-the City of Enderby, according to the last revised  assessment roll is $609,395.00; and  -.e.j-- the persons whose names ap-  debt hereby created,, when due; ipear on  the    last revised assessment  8.   That it shall  be lawful  for the ' roll oi the City.  said City of    Enderby  from  time, to,  time to   repurchase    any of the said  debentures at such price or prices as  may  be    mutually    agreed   upon  between  the'- said    City  and the holder '  or holders   of    the    said debentures; ,  and  all    debentures    so   repurchased  In the case of change of ownership  of property, either by transfer or by  devolution 'of' interest, it is enacted .  by Statute that the name or names  of the new owner or- Dwners shall be  substituted for" the name or names  appearing.-on the said assessment roll  shall be- forthwith cancelled, and no . PROVIDED a^S.tatutory Declaration  re-issue of any debenture or deben-'proving the fact of-..transferer' devo-  tures shall be made in conseqaience of lution'Ts ihade before the^Cityfv'Asses-  such repurchase; . , ; sor at - least"- FIVE clear ''days, before  9. That this    By-law shall,  before  the day on '-'which'  the* poll "is to be  the final  passage thereof,''receive the  held. ,,;   ���������������������������,   _.              ..  .'..--.  assent of the electors of the said City      By. order.  of Enderby, in    the manner provided ; GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  for by the   Municipal   Act, 1906, and ��������������������������� y      City Clerk,  amending Acts; City Clerk.  10. That    this    By-law shall  come      City Hall, Enderby, Nov. 7th, 1912 .������������������^^'i^i������������������^^-^������������������������������������r'-^-'&,-v;,v.*  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 21, 1912  Insurance  that Insures  in Reliable  Companies  Agricultural  College Work"  rContinuf'd from page .5)  This i-s the time of year to  insure. You are installing  heaters and dozens of feet of  defective stove pipes. This  of course, means aided risk.  For a very small sum one of  the insurance companies T represent   will     assume   the   risk.  SINGLE LOT, with stable and  machinery shed, in good  order,    for  $500.00  Walter Robinson  BELL  BLOCK,   ENDERBY  ���������������������������*..*��������������������������� ���������������������������*..!������������������������������������������������������%.-..*������������������. T. .%..���������������������������*��������������������������� *������������������������������������*,���������������������������T.���������������������������*,��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������_���������������������������:..���������������������������__.!���������������������������*-_������������������T>_i*i  i  ?  i  i  t  ?  T  Y  X  X  t  ?  ?  ?  Y  Anxious  Moments  you are carrying  an unreliable time-  ���������������������������f oie:e you are the prey  "{������������������������������������������������������of anxious moments.  ?  ?  t  *  I  I  You ha^e to continually allow a 'watch-may-not-bp-right*  margin.  Some day it will cost- you a  whole lot more than'the $18.00  we ask for a splendid up-to-  date dependable watch. We  give a choice of three sizes  and furnish a filled gold case  with a 17-jeweled ��������������������������� ELGIN  movement. Other      ELGIN  watches $25.00, $35.00, $50," $60  $75 ancl $100.  SEE US ABOUT A WATCH  THAT KEEPS TIME.  are lighter than the 'light sandy'  soils, their greater weight being due  to their greater moisture content.  In dry farming thc kind of crops that  can be grown is very largely determined by the capacity of the soil for  holding water, as is also the amount  of crop per acre. If the past summer is any indication of what we arc  to have in future years these questions become of great importance to  us here. No less important is the j at 7.30 p.m  best method of reducing .evaporation. | s:*.uafl drill.  The loss of moisture even under good  conditions, is considerable ��������������������������� eight  inches being about the minimum.  "Lessons   on    Farm    Insects    were  scheduled  for  two  hours a week,  but  two  or    three    students    having approached the professor for further instruction on  insects injurious to fruit  a  second   series    was  started  during  the course.      In  this .series stereopti-  con views of the insects were shown.  The  college  has a  large collection  of  ' j.   insects ancl their larvae in glass cases  as  well    as   specimens  of  fruit trees  and  other   crops    damaged  by them;  and, towarls  the close of the course  we hid unlimited opportunity of minutely examining them.     There is also  a. collection of sections of fruit trees  cut through old wounds, and different  kinds of grafts to illustrate the ultimate damage in the one case ancl the  extent to which a union has been effected  in    the    other.      The  different  kinds  of    spray    nozzles  and  fittings  , were also shown us.  ;    "A considerable amount of research  | work   is  done  at  Pullmpn.   The  pro-  | fessor of bacteriology was investigating  Western    Tomato  Blight,  and at  jthe request of the class addressed us  ion   the  proceedure    adopted  and   the  j conclusions the experiments point to.  I    "On Saturdavs instruction was giv-  :en on the running of .gasoline engines.  After, an   engine  cut in   sections  had  ;been  thoroughly explained-to  us,  we  .'ourselves   had   fco   take  to   pieces   the  i various    engines,  . examine  them and  | put  them up   again; and  not till  we  jhad spent two afternoons doing ..that  _. were,we    allowed   to run them.   The  T 'last day  we"were put to the test bv  ���������������������������J* i *  ���������������������������;��������������������������� f the professor deliberately putting the  .{, I engines out of . order and leaving us  been there that farmers from British  Columbia are welcomed. An additional attraction is the splendid li-  rary avhere you can read up further  upon any subject, and the professors  will gladly advise you in what books  to find what you want. The library  is open most of the day and evening,  ancl short course students have the  I same privileges as the rest. The  course is intended for men already  ; engaged in farming, and some of the  | men attending it last winter had had  many years practical experience."   *���������������������������  MILITIA  ORDERS  Enderby Troop,    30th B.  C.  Horse,  will parade on Thursday,  Nov.  28th,  at  the K.  P.   Hall,for  The B. C. hopes that all  those   living   in    town    will make a  special    effort " to    attend  drill  this  winter.   Dress serges and great coats.  G.C. J.L.HENNIKER,   Capt.  She who    flirts'    ancl runs away  surely stung some other clay.  is  A)C  OF    CANADA  Paid-up Canital. Prierve Fund Cft I 7<? A Aland Undivided Pi-uh.s (Over;  ������������������P������������������������������������J- ��������������������������� ������������������*������������������v l/V  Total Assets (Over)  $63,000,000  _>_  You Can Always Get  Your Money Promptly  if it is deposited in the Union  Bank of Canada. When that  unforeseen need arises, pr an  opportunity comes to make an  exceptionally profitable cash deal,  it is worth much to be able to get  your cash without delay. j  Meanwhile it is absolutely safe I  aud is earning Interest all the \  time. '  Enderby Branch,   W.D.C. CHRISTIE, Manager;  LONDON, ENG., BRANCH,  51 Tlrreadneedle St., E.C.  F.W.ASHE,   .      - - Manager.  G. M. C. HART SMITH,  Assistant Mgr.  NOTICE  Look at last winter's, or maybe winter-  before-last's overcoat; see if it will stand  you through this whole long winter. Is  not your coat shiny? Ave not your  trousers baggy at the knees? Ave not  your hats greasy, your collars "broken"  and your neckties frayed? Haven't your  socks got holes in them? Is not your  underwear "gone?"  Then come to us; lei us fix you up for  the Winter. Ve sell "up-grade," ALL-  WOOL clothing and up-grade furnishings  and hats.  Slater Shoes for Men  Empress   "���������������������������"_.;"  Ladies  t  f  7.  j to find out what was wrong with  | them. These engines were specially  i procured for the Shurt Course.  j "Tn the Live' Stock department  ' specimens of animals were brought up  | to the hall where the afternoon class  assembled for instruction in stock  judging.  "Before closing 1 wish to emphasize  course  I know  is  given  en-  from having  F. PYMAN  5*   Watchmsiki'i-i1. Jcwlcr En-Vrhy   T  Local Ads.  AiivertisL'inenis under th\s head: 3c s word for  thc !ir.-l insertion; lc a word each subsequent in-  ��������������������������� P'-tinn  WANTED���������������������������Sound    young    horse,  well  broken;   ten  to  fifteen  hundred,   for  JlP.livery. wagon.. _S_tatc .price.._ Ad-.,  dress C,  I.nderby  Press.  FOR SAM.���������������������������Gasoline engine and  wood sawing outfit. Will take half  of payment in wood. IF. Greyell,  Knderby.  SH()W"('0ItirW00D-R7Td7l*i^nj('i  ���������������������������1-foot cordw. jod, .$5. Okanagan  Saw Mills, Ltd., Knderby.  THI. "WI-IITK SEWING MACHFXIO-  In stock this week. It is the best  or 1 wouldn't be selling it. Sec it  and try it before buying; it will pay  you to investigate; easy terms at  fair prices.      J.  I.. Crane,  Knderby.  WIRE FENCING���������������������������  B.  F.  SCOTT,  Three Tine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts  taken  for erection.   Orders  for spring work now being booked.  SUIT CLEANED & PRESSED���������������������������Now  the time to get it done. Orders  promptly executed. Rosoman &  Gildemeester, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking Parlors, OlilT street, !  next J. W. Evans & Son's. Repair-;  ing a specialty.  ���������������������������K^-  H&  To whom it may concern:  I have this day bought out all the  goods, chattels, ��������������������������� store building and  business of the Quong Chohg China  Co., and more particularly that  owned by Hoyt Dap, money to be  paid over on Nov. 23rd. I will assume no debts of the company nor be  responsible for any accounts not paid  by Hoyt Dap or "the company on or  before Nov. 23rd.*  T will continue the business at the  old stand, and solicit a share of the  laundry  business. SAM BOW.  Thomas A. Edison announces  his New Cylinder Phonograph Record  The Blue Amberol  The Blue Amberol is a musical and mechanical triumph. Its  volume is greater, and its tone is decidedly finer than any other  phonograph record you can buy. And it is practically unbreakable and unwearing. Careless handling will not  injure it, and no amount of playing will cause it  to reproduce less perfectly than when new.  Ask your Edison dealer to play a Blue Amberol  Record for you on an Edison Phonograph today,  or write us for particulars.  Tliomtu A. Edison, Inc.. 100 Lakeside Ave., Orange, N. J., U. S. A.  A complete line of Ediaon Phonograph* and Records will be found at  J. E. CRANE, Agent, Enderby, B. C.  tarn  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 ap  grent volume of good, wholesome, NUTRITIOUS bread. You  will find the color WHITER than any other flour on the market  =*-���������������������������l-his-means-that=it-is-CLEA-N-ER==t-han=-any-ot-her-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  Cheap Farm Land  85 ACRES of splendid hind for mixed fanning; about half level bench-  land suitable for growing fruit; ten acres cleared and growing hay;  comfortable six-room house, built of logs; hot and cold water; very  conveniently arranged. Small orchard, stable and outbuildings.  Balance rich bottom land.     The whole for $5,500 cash.  80 ACRES close to town, $30 per   acre; terms.  H. W. Harvey  Real Estate, Insurance, Etc.  Post Office Block, Enderby  BARGAINS���������������������������Prices net at cellar  door; delivery extra: choice No. 1  winter apples, $1 per box; No. 2s,  80c per box; box 15c extra. White  Potatoes, 75c sack. Good sweet  cider, 40c gallon; also celery, cabbage and cider vinegar. Geo. K.  Lawes, Enderby.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B.C.  Contractors & Builders  Fir������������������t-class Cabinet Work and   Picture Framing.  Undertaking Parlors in connection.  Next to City Hall.


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