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 Enderby, B. C,   NDvambsr 14. 1912  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 5; No. 32; Whole No. 246  Town and District News in Brief  of People and Things Heard About  i ing Enderby Mr. Burbidge spent four  I weeks at Halcyon Hot Sr>rin = s.  i Finding no improvement, be went on  | to Guelph.   For a few days he showel  Photographer    Fred    Moore   on   thei some improvement; then, as the pain  Antoinc's little boy, 11 months old,  died at the Indian reserve Tuesday  morning.  The Grindrod postoflice has been  made a full-fledged oflice with money-  order attachments.  Dr. Keith reports the birth of a  (laughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Utas,  on Tuesday, Nov. 12th.  A meeting of the Girls' Guild, will  be  held  at Miss    Flewwelling's  home "Dominion Government the matters of!trnCt much   interest.      In the games  trip taken the past season. They j became more and more intense he  are enlargements made of postal card j was confined to his l:ed. Acting on  photos, and in tbe matter of detail; the advice of his .physician he went  and artistic selection are without! to the hospital on Oct. 6th, where he  doubt the finest pictures of mountain ; grew rapidly worse  until released  by  Plans Laid for the Improvement of  the Station Grounds at Enderby  Enderby, on Tuesday evening, Nov.  19th, the illustrated "Travel Talk"  on beautiful California, by the experienced lecturer John P. Clum. The  landscape shown here.  '���������������������������leath  on    Tuesday,    Nov.  5th.  Premier Sir    Richard    McBride and j was in his 52nd year-  The shack filled with old junk that  has stood on the railway right of  way in .front of the mill company's  residential property just north of the  Enderby railway station for the past .'public   will   appreciate    that this is  twenty years is   at last to be razed j not'a picture show, but a historical,  Hejto the ground,   and the forestry and j educating    and    entertaining   lecture  I floral department of tha C. P. R. has j profusely    illustrated with  some  one  Attorney-General   Bowser    are    en  a!  The bowling    schedule being played j concluded to    lay    out this strip  of i hundred  and  fifty    hand-colored  lan-  trip to Ottawa    to take up with th'e |at the Hallett alley "continues to at-  Friday evening at 8 o'clock.  Curling started one year ago tonight. This season we are playing  with the flowers in the door yard.  F. Pyman is prepared to handle a  holiday business where the dcitiand is  big for all the nice things in watches  and jewelry.  .Word was received this week of the  death, ,-at    his    home in Birmington,.  Ont.,  of W.  A."(Bill)    Matheson, an  old-timer of Enderby..     *"        .  .  , At the meeting of the Curling Club  last Thursday evening-," the president  was impowered    to   get the  rink in  shape to take the first freeze.  -_-F. R. Prosser has added_a.machiri_e  foi''heavy harness sewing to his harness-making    shop   to meet tbe ever  increasing demand for his goods.  W.  I-I.   Scott has   moved his boot-  better terms, dominion lands and In-jtllus far Played, the team captained  dian reserves. The result of their i by Diil stands at the head of the list,  visit is not yet known, buti there is jwith 4 wins an(1 no Josses, and a to-  reason to believe that British Co-;tal Piufa11 in tbe four games of 6396.  lumbia's demands will be granted, j Schmidt's team comes next with 2  and that much of the land now held ! UP and 2 down, and a pinfall of 6390.  as reserves will be thrown open for!Mack's team has 1 up and 1 down,  settlement. Wlth a pinfall   of 3134;' Fravel,  0 up  The Enderby Brass Band will give and 2 down, and a pinfall of 3074;  a ball in the Opera. House on the eve- Mann> ������������������ UP .and 2 down,- with a pinning of Friday, Nov: 29th.   It is pro-"-fal1 of 2667-  posed to . make this sn affair more  enjoyable * than any of the past, and  the "boys are. preparing" on a grand,  scale. It is their .'first annual ball;  and they desire to make it primarily  BOARD OF-TRADE  MEETING  land as a park and garden that will  be a credit to the railway company  and to the city. The work of tearing down the old building and clear-  tern slides and moving picture films.  This is Mr. Clum's    fourth tour over  the entire United States and Canada.  The    slides   present    the Canadian  ing up the ground    has already been   Rockies and' glaciers,  scenery on the  undertaken.       The  old iron  is  being  removed  by    Mr.    Hutchison,  and  as  way to California.   Then the beauties  of the Golden State are presented, in-  soon as this is out of the way, the:eluding such fascinating subjects as  shack will be demolished, and thei the giant forests; quaint Spanish  thing th?t.has so long been an eye- I missions; - Yosemite, orange groves,-  sore will have passed away.       - . and * others.   .   Tlie   moving "picture  Some weeks   ago   the chief pf this -films^are all from nature and include-  department cf the C. P. R. was'com-'flower .festivals,-   Pacific: surf,  water-  municated    with-, in  the- matter:  He !falls,  feeding. 100,000. pigeons,- an  os-  The regular monthly meeting of the  Enderby' Board of Trade was held in  the  City   Hall    last Friday evening  an jevent of .Pi$asjLre_t0jJhelE. friends,,. .yiee.-Enesident���������������������������Tsylor Ji.was^-ifi.- -tfie  the public.     The ' music will be furnished partly by the band and partly-  by the* orchestra.  Hardware    Company  The   Fulton  making    and   repair    shop    from the  last, 'week - purchased,  the  hardware   of the C.  P.  Fulton    store    corner    to    the  brick  block next to Sharpe's butcher shop.  chair.    The   minutes of the previous  meeting were read and confirmed.  A communication from Superintendent Kilpatrick    of the Okanagan line  R.    in   reply to the re-  Thc mild weather has been a great  advantage    to    the    building    of the   Enderby   business  foundation for tbe. new school house.  This part of   the   work is now well-  advanced.   -  Jimmie  Spencer,    an interdict,  was  arrested  last Thursday night and  on  and plumbing    business of Carroll &   quest from the Board for a telephone  Son,'Salmon Arm, and will run that,at the station,   said    that the com?  establishment in conjunction with the  Mr. Fulton has  pany had no objection to a telephone  being installed provided the company  citizens   of   the    sister    town  by  his  Friday .was   fined    $J5    and    sent to i thorough    business    methods,  and  it  Kamloops for three months, by Magistrate Rosoman.  The   Poison    implement house was  sufficiently  finished    this  week to en-  =abl*e=the^Ecmoval=of=the=stock^from:  the implement shed of Mr. Hutchison  into the new quarters.  Miss   Helene    Stone,   dramatic  soprano,    will   appear    in    the   Opera  been doing an extensive business with ! did  not have    to   pay    for the tele-  Salmon Arm for    many months from [phone.     The secretary was instructed  the Enderby    establishment,  and has [to write "Mr.    Kilpatrick asking him  won the    respect   and   esteem of-the j if it is the    usual thing for the public to have to pay the telephone bills  of the company in towns of this size,  and setting forth the need of accommodation for the business people and  admission charge will b.e made, but a  collection   will^ be" taken .to meet ex-".  THE BALKAN WAR  at once promised to'look intoit.and 'trich farm, "alligator farm, "etc; if;-As"  his assistant was sent- to,investigate jit isT the ".-wish    of  "thc,'League that  jand report.      Later-the "chief* himself  everyone    may   enjoy .the lecture,'rno  came to  Enderby.     His aesthetic eye  quickly took-in-the-situation.   Measurements of the   "ground we're talcen.'i penses' and- for "League purposes,  and  preparations    have  already been  made to transform this waste ground  into a beauty"spot.     These plans will  be carried out early next spring.-  While here this gentlenvjn expressed  great admiration for the natural  beauty of Enderby's surroundings,  but added that he was disappointed jinS has been in Progress for two or  in seeing'so little made of them, and|three days* T������������������rk'ey is transporting  hoped that the   city and our citizens lher w������������������unded to Asia Minor.   Adrian-  The last reports from the seat of  war indicate that the Turks are making their last stand at the forts protecting Constantinople!    Severe .-.fight-'  was but a step to the event now recorded.  A quiet home    wedding was solem-  would .lend every assistance to the  department in the effort to make the  entrance to the city by rail as beautiful and inviting as possible..  QUICK AND CLEVER CAPTURE  public generally   for    such a service. .       Constable   Bailey    added another  nized at   the   residence   of    Mr. and!1*- was aI'������������������ued   that the telephone is  "Mr1T'''=Schlui'ffel*I?^  bride,  Tuesday   morning,  Nov.  12th, j Public were entitled to the accommo  by which Miss Alma Adell Roberts  became the wife of Thomas Wm.  Pound, the Rev. Mr. Campbell ofticia-  House this (Thursday) evening under,tlng.     0nly the near relatives of the  the auspices of the Ladies' Auxiliary j contracting   parties    were in attend  of the Cottage Hospital. |anC(J(  an(, after  Invitations arc out for the wedding |the   bri(lo    and  dation without having to foot the  bill.  * The recommendations of the committee on the revision of the by-laws  were adopted, the by-laws as printed  ople and Scruti are still holding out,  but are reported to be crumbling  away. - -  Servia has asked for a port cri the  Adriatic Sea, anl    Austria threatens  to block   this    request.      England is  leading the    European powers in the  jdemand that Servia gets the fruits of  clever    piece   of    police work  to his;her victories, and she is holding the  record^l'ast^Sahirda-r^  twenty minutes to G o'clock he was'movement looking to deprive the Bal-  notined that a gold watch had been , kan states from being robbed of the  stolen from the engine room of the territory won in this awful war.  Okanagan    Saw    Mills.   A  Chinaman  had    been    noticed   about the place,  and suspicion was at once directed to  a    bridal   breakfast iin Tlle Pl'css last week being passed,   him.   The watch was the property of  groom   left on  the  _������������������1 Xy*. ^isnc.ft^. .BffR Jo_Mr._ Robt. J south-bound  train- to -spend-the -week- ment- making_proyision for. the, mem-; sented  toJiiin. l.y..thc. citizens..of_Ar  with but one amendment���������������������������an  amend- j Engineer Haridns, and had been pre-  A.Fredrickson  to take place at the j in thc   southeI.n    lakc section>     The  ������������������.mX.      .I !)m|C'S   J!arC,\t!,������������������n theiyoung couple are  well known  in  En-  derby, and    bear   the respect and es  evening of Saturday, Nov. 16th.  Attention is drawn to the oflicial  notice of the poll to be taken rn the  Waterworks nnd Drain Construction  By-laws, appearing in this issue. The  date of the poll has been changed  from Monday next, the 18th November, to Monday week, the 25th of  November.  Here is a reminder. According to  Dominion laws, trout fishing is not  legal after Nov. 15th and does not  open until May lst. After the 20th of  November it is unlawful to offer for  sale or to buy venison, and after the  35th of December it is not lawful to  kill deer, according to provincial law.  Manager Gibbs, of the Enderby  Brick & Tile Company, states that  his company    has   in    contemplation  bership fee to accompany the application for membership.  It  wns ordered    that 100 copies of  rowhead, being duly inscribe 1. It  was therefore easily identified. The  Constable   hurried    to    the    Chinese  WILSON'S SWEEPING VICTORY  Returns from every section of the  United States indicate that Governor  Woodrow^Wilson, of New York, win  the most decisive victory in the Presidential election that was ever hair led  to the Democratic pnrty.   The whole  teem of a host   of friends who wish:the by-laws be    printed  for distribu-   quarter to   search    for    the suspect. ;collntry    Wns    with    him-" His  t-'tnl  them all the happiness of life's wed-jLion amongst the members  'Me was not to   bc found.     The evc-  ' vote in thc electoral college for Presi  ded bliss.  Mayor Ruttan returned from Victoria, on Wednesday morning. While  at the Capital Mr. Ruttan took occasion to interview the Department  of Works with regard to the proposed  .Enderby lock-up. Hon. Price Ellison  strongly supported him in his request for the department to make  a fuller investigation of conditions  here and to stop proceedings on the  present plans with a view of giving  the Enderby district a. building that  will more equitably represent the  government's position here. Mayor  Ruttan was given every assurance of  the department's desire to treat En-  Mr.  Geo.  Packham reported on r'leining train had left for Sicamous half jdcnt wil1  he 42!)    Lo 'H0,  Lhe ''"Rest  success of    the    First   Annual Apple! an hour or more, and Constable Bai- >vote ever securetl    by a president of  Show, held at Vernon, and  was  ,'erv {ley suspicioned  t-'i,-it    the  Chinaman  the  United    States.  The   previous  glad to    report    Enderby's participa- j wanted  had   escaped    that way.     A 'rccor{1 Waa Mc- obtained by Theodore  tion in the prize winning. IChinaman had been seen on the plat- |Roosevelt in W0..   Next to that was  A unanimous    vote    of thanks was j form as the    train    was due, 'but hc ,the vote of   32L    secured by Tuft in  bought no ticket.       A  wire was sent J1908,   Thc Vote    for Rooscvelt in the  to the C.    P.   R.    constable at Sica- Ielectoral coUW ��������������������������������������������������������������� be 77,  and  that  tendered Mr. Packham for his labors,  not only in connection with the apple show but also in the matter of  the Board of Trade Journal.  the a(lcling of a Pressed-brick plant derby fairly, and that his request!  for next season, also the erection of  a kiln for the more rapid burning of  the product of the yard. The demand for Enderby bricks has clearly  outgrown the old method.  would be complied with.  The death of A.    Burbidge, late of  Enderby,    occurrd    at    his   home  in  Guelph,    Ont.,    last    week.   Mr. and  ,Mrs.  Burbidge left for Guelph about  We are pleased to show in the win-j three months ago, after selling their  dows of The Walker Press this week \ property and business here. During  two very handsome study pictures of their residence in Enderby they made  scenes   in   the    mountains    taken by i a large circle of friends.     After leav-  Fifteen ladies attended the preliminary mo._i!ig cali.d io dis::u.cs the  pros and cons ��������������������������� f Equal Si:.'! ratio cri  Tuesday, but doli'iitc no'j.Mi v.ai: ,'e-  ferred until Miss ')avies, tmo prov.n-  cial organizer is '.-eurd. Sho will le  in Enderby on the e'?nuig of Dec. 12,  when a meeting -vill be. hind in the  Opera House.  mous to watch for the suspect, and a  description was given of the watch.  The message was delivered just three  m'inutes before the arrival of the  train from Enderby. The Chinaman  stepped off the smoker into the hands  of the Sicamous Constable. The missing time piece was found on him.  He was brought buck to Enderby on  Sunday morning. He pleaded guilty  when  he    was    brought up for trial,  ���������������������������-  jand  was sent    to    Kamloops  for six  FREE!   For    one  week   only:   Your  months.   Ling is his name.   He came  choice of any hat in the store with   from Armstrong the day before.  each Fit-Rite suit sold for cash. J.  W. Evans & Son.  SPECIAL in Ladies' Boots: reg. $4  & &4.50, now $2.90; reg. .?3 & $3.50,  now $2.25.     J. W. Evans & Son.  A TRAVEL TALK TO  CALIFORNIA  Arrangements have been made by  the Epworth League of the Methodist  Church to present   to the citizens of  for Taft 8.  BLUE AMBEROL RECITAL  Saturday afternoon and evening a  number of lovers of the best in phonograph music, enjoyed a Blue ;.;���������������������������,  berol recital at the Enderby M:Jh:  Store. Manager Crane received the  initial shipment of this greatest of  Edison's record accomplishments,  consisting of all the numbers mado  on the unbreakable records thus far  by the   company.  Photographer James is finishing up  some very artistic Christmas greeting photo mounts. One's photo on a  dainty greeting card folder makes a  much appreciated Xmas gift for the  friend or acquaintance at a distance. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKEK'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 14, 1912  )Wtf$gN  iV -^  | ENDERBY PRESS  i Publishiil   every   Thui.Ml.iy at   Eruler-by. B.C. at  ' $'i per yt-ar. by tne Walker l'!i-.-.<.  i *  ! Ailvciti.-inj.   Katt-s:   TrunMent. "A: an inch  first  j     in.-icrtiun. 2Sc each  Mibsuiiiieni in.-ertitm.   Con-  tract advcrtiMrn.. Jl an inuh per month.  ��������������������������� I.enal >"'>ti-f.*:   12*. a line tii-.-t ln.-i'i-tion: .*������������������c a line  i    c.-ii-h .-uliMtiucnt iDfcriinn.  i l.e.-ulint. N������������������uces anil Local;-: Vn- a line.  I NOVEMBER 1<1.   1912  'PREPAREDNESS FOR WAR '  ir is wise  to .select your Christmas Gifts  early ���������������������������when the selection is  complete. It is really surprising how many beautiful pieces  of our ha nmered brassware  have been 'laid away ior her,'  by our wise Christmas shoppers. The bejt pieces are going fast: wise buyers are not  taking anv  chances���������������������������are you?  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  E n derby  Cliff Sr  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&AJVT.  vi t.rby L)lfre No. -10  Cei,r'ilar meetings tirs;  Th lr.-day on nr after the  full inn >n at S p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brvtnren cordially  invited.  V. H.   BAKNES  Secretary  i    Tn  these days of enlightenment the  businessman   who    is   insistently  pi-3-  paring to  destroy  his  business "i'-pl,  or to defeat   him    in every effort of  business     diplomacy,      is    een.-r-illy  looked    upon    with    suspicion. , The  thought back  of every well-orfcani-.'^d  and    ably    managed    institution    of  business is that    in unity and co-operation there is strength.     'Lhe same  thought applies    to every social ;md  religious      organization     of    rr.-ui.-'m  ideas.      It  is only   the semi-.jK-.U-ze.i ���������������������������  peoples who hold to the ancient i lea  of the power of   might.      We pre"kch  co-operation in business, co-operation '  in  social  and  religious life, co-opera- '  tion in  all thines looking  to the  upbuilding   of    tlie    individual  and  the  community.      it i.s only in'the bu.u- ,  ness of nations'that we hear the .-id,  old cry, "preparedness for war."  In  the  present  war  in  the  Balknrs  we can  find  much    food.for though'. :  Bulgaria,   Servia,   Greece and  Monte- ;  negro'have    formed    an    alliance  to!  drive    Turkey    out    of    Europe  an 1 ',  than Mr. Norris, and none could be  more fair than he, or more ready to  accept any suggestions from the citizens of Enderby. Mr. Norris was  convinced that the new lock-up could  not be erected on the site of the old  building now standing, and he has so  reported to the department at Victoria.  In this connection, Mayor Ruttan  visited the coast Friday, and while  there will take advantage of the opportunity to go into the matter with  the department. The decision of the  department will no doubt be made in  compliance with the recommendations  made by Mayor Ruttan and Mr. L.  Norris.  Bank of Montreal  Established   Ibl.  Capital, S1G,000,000 Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 5. 'J. M-. 3.  President, R. i3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, Sir Edward Clouston, Bart.  General Manager, H.V.Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW  YORK  an'd CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited .JOth  June and 31st December.  RNDERBY BRANCH A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  THE STRENUOUS  STRIFE  The heights by great men reached and  kept ;  Were not attained  by sudden flight,  :  But   they,    while    their    companions  slept,  Were toiling upwarl in the night.      :  Standing on what too lontr we bore     I  With   shoulders   bent  and   downcast .  i  eyes, ;  We may discern���������������������������unseen before��������������������������� j  A path to higher destinies. i  Nor deem the irrevocable Past  As wholly wasted, wholly vain,  If,  rising on its wrecks, at last  To something nobler we attain.  ���������������������������Longfellow,  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, p H MUEPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  Luck means minoin<_ your own busi-  A. ..UrCu.FFE  \V. .\1.  I. 0.0. F.  Jy      ^~~ '^JiS^i;)   Euivka L<__f.e. No. 50  Meel-s everv 'Diesdav  evening at 5 o'clock, in 1. O.  U   F hill.  Metcalf block.    VisitiiiK brothers alwavs    welcome. WM   DlfN; AS.N.G.  GEO. BELLAMY. \. G.  R. E. WHEELEK. SecY.  :         - -              J. B. GAYLOKD. Trea?.  "n^Ti������������������RBY~TODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meet* every  Monday  evening  in K.of !'- Hall.OViskors cordially invited to attend.  G.G.CAMPBELL, C.C. -  C. E.STRIf-KLAND. K.H.S.  T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable fo ���������������������������': inc;rn. Dances and all public  entertainment.-.   For rate*. ������������������tc. address.  T.  E..RODIE. Enderby  *��������������������������� -TV  - *A^?>  across the Bosporus into Asia Minor,   ness    and    not  .And inspite of the pie Ite of the great  people's.  European  powers to  maintain the in-    ' tegrity   of Turkey in   her   possession  on  the Ualkan    peninsula,  these  four  little   buffer    states    apparently  will  .carry out the task "they have set out  upon.      Bulgaria, * Servia,  Greece  and  Montenegro are about the size of, sav  the single state of* New York,  or,  to  come hearer    home,    about equal  to  our own Dominion of Canada," in population.       Their  meddling with other  4>  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  CITY OF VERNON  .No Irrigation Required  Cordwood Tender  SEALED TENDERS marked,  "Tender' for   'Cordwood"  will, he received  These lands are situated on the benches^near Enderby and are especial- .-  ly suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are in splen-  tid condition for planting:. -   -  An  experienced  fruit grower is in charge, and   will   give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar      <vill be    planted   am; c. .ed for-at a  by    the   undersigned  up'till 5  p. m. \ moderate charge.  Monday, ISth November, for the sup-l       l6.9 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots  ply of 1200 cords of Four-foot wood. ! Per acre.      - -  Fir  and   Tamarac", dry; "delivered 'at.i.     Get.inon the first block and make money on-the advance,  combined   revenues ..Power House,-Vernon, during Decem: j       Apply to��������������������������� -  now on the market at -Silo  fall much below, sav the vearlv re -. ber> January and February.  ceWs or ������������������... C_._i_. P_c._e-r.il /^��������������������������� SLZT' ** " *"' i  way. The sum of their combined ex : Lowest or any tender not neces-:  ports and  imports is barely  ten per ; sarily accepted.  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.  E  PROFESSIONAL  NDERBY   COTTAGE   HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK, l'ropriftresi  Maternity Fies. ?2f* \,rr week  Fees covering ordinary illness. $2.50 per day.  EN HERB Y. H. C.  W  ALTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER  A/reeiienUof S.ile.    D-e Is & M .rUraires.   Dncu-  n ��������������������������� iu Witnessed.    Loans Negotiated  Oii.-.e: P il< m & :Obinijn.  next  door Fulton'.-  ������������������m. Enderby. H. C.  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dutnini"n and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Enderby, B.C  Bkll Block  cent of Belgium's foreign trade. In |  the face of these facts, it is strange. !  therefore, that these four Balkan '���������������������������  states had more than ioixr hundred j  thousand soldieis in the rield at the'  opening of the war���������������������������over three times *  as many as France sent to Waterloo, *  and virtually equal to the combined;  French ancl Prussian forces at the *  most important battle of the Franco- i  Prussian    war. "Preparedness  for \  war"! Jt looks like it. The Sick j  -Man of Europe has been living" in a \  state of "preparedness-for war" since :  the fourteenth century when the Cross ;  was replaced by the Crescent. And  yet these impoverished buffer states '  can round- up soldiers enough to,  drive the  Sick    Man  out of Europe��������������������������� '  D.  G.  TATE,  Citv Clerk.  Get Ready for Winter  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuildings  i    Here are    some   specials in lumber  while they last :  iNo. 3 Boards, per thousand ...$   4.00  No.  2 Dimension,      "   . "     ...   12.00  'No. 4 Flooring, Dp. Sdg & Ceil   12.00   No.   3  Bev.   Cedar  Siding    15.00  ��������������������������� No.   2  Lath        2.00  1x4  No.  1  & 2  Shiplap     14.00  These are good values,and you will be pleased with them.  :OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Oliii-f hmirs:    Fureimon.  9 to 10:30  Afterncon. 3 to 4  Evening. '.:.*W to 7:30  P-jivlsiy, liy appointment  i i-ti,-: On: f'lilf and lieorire .Sts. ENDEKin  ._.._p.  MUSIC  Ny._CHABMAN   H, O. Ho.\ 1*-.'S. Kniierhy.  V.Ml- ..r i.'O'iv.- p.il'il-* f-r I'���������������������������������������������"��������������������������� ^''f?n- Vi"1"1-  Sineinn imd Tlvory nf Mik-k-. Etc.  (uur-..-  f������������������r  tn- l-anadiim   "r   Briti>h  Acndeii y  Exatnina.ioni' __,  POLITICAL  PXDKKBV    CONSERVATIVE  ������������������������������������    '      ASSOCIATION   .  J. L. Rl.'TTAN.       A. F. CROSSMAN  President. Secretary.  CHURCH OF  ENGLAND  (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������S a.m., Holy Communion;   11    a.m.,    Morning   Prayer;  7:30 p.m.,  Evening Prayer.  REV. M.  F.  HILTON,  Vicar.  ENDKKBY METHODIST CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, S p.m.  Epworth League; Thursday, S p.m.,  Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  REV.  J.  G. DROWN, M.A., Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St.  Andrews  Sunday   Services���������������������������11 a.m. and  7:30  p.m.;   Y.P.S.C.E.,  Monday,  7:30 p.m.  REV.  D.   CAMPBELL,  Pastor.  FIRST   BAPTIST  CHURCH  Sunday      Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  10  a.m.;    regular    service,  3:30  p.m.; ;  Prayer service,  Wednesday,  7:30  p.m.;  " REV. 13. G.  STEWART,  Pastor, j  and all in a few months of prepara-  tion and less than a month of actual  fighting.  Somebody has suirgestel, in the  face of these developments, that it is  hish time to preach "preparedness  for peace."  The British Chancellor of the Exchequer. ._iaysj_._'lTo���������������������������maintain .peace  the nations uf the world spend annually ������������������������������������������������������������������������:.,2n0,'.*u0,00u." .Just think  what this means. The nations by  sett lim: their cuiitrovi'rsies through  an International Court in the same  way that individuals are now com-  pplhd to settle their disputes, could,  after reserving ���������������������������Jninj.ooO.Oufi for policing, save annually Sl.7S0.0O0.O0O.  This saving productively employed  would build annually 250,000 miles of  macadamized mads; it would build  annually six transcontinental rail-  'roads fron/ the Atlantic to the Pacific;  it would build annually tive trans-  Siberian railroads; it would build annually live Panama Canals. It exceeds by lour times the value of all  the fold produced in the world in  190S.  And yet we are told that the first  anil last, thing a civilized nation must  be prepared  to do is to !it_ht !  If you ~"  have land  to sell  Order your Christmas Greeting Cards  i  i ^^  early and let the Walker Press print 'em  THE ENDFRBY LOCK-UP  Mr. Leonard Norris, Government  Agent, of Vernon, visited Enderby  last Thursday evenin.: and returned  to Vernon Friday morning. Mr.  Norris was here to look into the  matter of site for the proposed lockup to be erected here. No one is  better acquainted with conditions here  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My n<"\v  ���������������������������������������������>oMet descriptive of tlie .Vara District is now out.   GET   ONE.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B.. C.  ^       _.      I   | E. J. Mack 1  ;���������������������������; Livery. Feed & Sale Stables |  | ENDERBY, B. C. ������������������  | ��������������������������� |  | Good Rigs; Careful Driv- ^  | ers: Draying of all kinds. %  <*>���������������������������'���������������������������' &  |:*     Comfortable and Commo- $  % dious Stabling ior teams.      |  I  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A, HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  Auto for Hire  <fo Prompt attention to all customers <$>  ��������������������������� 'i: . x  **���������������������������*!>     Land-seekers   ancl  Tourists in  *^  ' % viled to give us a trial. %  *** I*  $��������������������������� '.��������������������������� ���������������������������*!'���������������������������- *?. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� -*��������������������������� z'l 6/ir %-l ���������������������������* t- %*������������������' \'������������������Ji-������������������-������������������-S 4*-$4*$' <s>  An Opportunity for a  Reliable Man in  Enderby  We have some gilt-edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO  T'l  :i| Thursday, November 14, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  REGISTRATION OF  TITLES  Y6S, we have them  ���������������������������the kind   you  have been  -looking for. Stoves that, once ''set", burn  all night without requiring constant attention.    They are here in variety.    Come in.  We can   suit you both  in  style   and   pocket.  PLUM Bl NG, H EATIISfGmNSMllMM  H. W. Harvey  Real Estate, Insurance, Etc.  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit  Land Hay Land  Town Lots  The condition of the registration of  land titles in this province is the  cause of a great deal of complaint  and calls for early and thorough action on the part of the government.  Business has so outgrown the facilities for attending to it that the  work is getting further and further  behind from month to month. Our  information is that in the Victoria  office between five* and ten thousand  applications have yet to be examined and passel upon, and there is  not only no relief in sight, but things ,  are getting worse. The Attorney- i  General, with a view of facilitating ;  the work and reducing it to a uni- .  form system, has appointed an om- ���������������������������  cer, who is superintendent of all le  gal offices. Whatever effect the work j  of this officer may have upen the  character of the service performed by  the several registry offices, it has  not been instrumental in bringing the  work up to date, and we do not see  how it could be. .-^Speakin'.*; more particularly of the Victoria office, we  may say that every one appreciates  the painstaking industry and unfailing courtesy of Mr. S. J. Wooten,  the Registrar-General. Complaints  have reached us to the effect that the  cashier dees not seem to appreciate  the relation in which he stands to  the public, but this is a matter that  will be remedied now that attention  has been drawn to it.  Thus  speaks  the Victoria  Colonist.  And    then   that    paper concludes by  saying that    the   failure of the oT.ce  ', to keep abreast of its work seems to  i  j be due to the very simple fact that  jthe staff is not equal to the demands  | upon it. How things are in other  1 registry offices we.d*) not know, but  lour information is that the Victoria  | office i.s far from " being in an exceptional  condition.  |    Anyone" having .had anything to "do  j with    getting _ papers -.through    the  "j registry office at Kamloops, from-this  I section,   will   readily  agree "'with   the  i Colonist in this regard", and will very  I heartily appreciate these words: "The  | situation is one that does-aot admit  of delay.     It is   hardly necessary to  in    these   days  of frequent  it is  j very necessary'that the, work of registration should be brought up t_i date  and we submit   for "the consideration  ���������������������������of the government the advisability of  .taking whatever steps may be necessary to dispose of all  arrears in the  The Liverpool & London & Globe ins. Co.     shortest    possible   time.      Obviously  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London. under  existing  conditions  the  pro^a-  L >'i 1 ji-Ij ii: n,iirrf Fire I1- ira.cJ G<>.      ',.,.,. ��������������������������� " _"<->...n  Koyal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dtpt t blllties  6f the offices catching up  with  The London & Lancashire Guarantee i their   work  are   hopeless"  Accident Co.. of Canada. , '  Post Office Block, Enderby  '"-A large listing River Front Lands in - small acreage���������������������������close to town  ���������������������������_ ' On monthly payment system.   -   ' - ���������������������������_  -20 acres Bench Lands, excellent for fruit; Price, ������������������1,500  14 acres Fruit and Hay Land, with building,'for $1,250, on terms,  "I have the largest listing" of fruit "and-farming lands to be'say that  had in the Northern Okanagan.       Intending buyers would do well; transfers of the same property  to call and see my listing'before securing elsewhere.  ������������������  1  HI  I  I  ���������������������������  m  1  BELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY  THE LOYAL MAN  f  m  i  How Much of Your Road Money is  Spent in Filling Ruts ?  TF the millions of dollars that have been spent repairing worn-  out, washed-out streets and.roads had been used to build  more miles of good highways, fewer farmers would now be  wasting valuable time and money taking ' round-about" routes  to town.  pIRST cost of an ordinary dirt or macadam road is usua'ly  only a  "starter."    The cost of upkeep soon equals that  first cost and there is always an ever-inc easing annual expense  for repairs.    Thc worst feature of it is that such a road is ,  never a really first-class highway.  TN estimating the cost of a road you should include the ex-  pensc of keeping it in good, condition for at least twenty  years. If you don't, you're figuring on the first payment for  that road, only. And the remaining payments are as certain  as taxes. Thc upkeep cost of concrete roads is practically  nothing. . -   '     .. .  Concrete roads are the be������������������t road* from the firsthand  the best and cheapest roads at the end of ten, fifteen  and twenty years.  /CONCRETE is the ideal paving* material:for streets in* small towns as  ^*-J" well as for. main highways in the country.,,      .    ���������������������������-_".",     -"-. -_^~-  '  . Edward N. Mines,-Wayne County, Michigan, Road Commissioner,  and one cf America's foremost authorities on good roads, says:        .,  Any community thrt wanU a food road, a road that i������������������ cheaper for even a yhoft  time under fairly heavy traflie th������������������n any oth������������������r ������������������o������������������d road, a road that uinex-  pemi-ely maintained, a road that ia fanitary and duttlC't. a road that u npt,���������������������������  slippery,a roa.l that afford* good traction for any type of vehicle 365 dayi in  the y-ar, a red that in lho lont nin, tay 10. 15. 20 yeare and longer, it the  cheapei t of n 11 good roads, should investigate tho merit* of concrete.  WRITE for the facts about Concrete highways.'   When convinced,  use your influence to have thc roads for which you pay built to last.  " We have highway experts who will visit any community intending- "  . to build more roads aiid explain just why and how concrete roads are best  and cheapest. -  Canada Cement Company Limited  510 Herald Building, Montreal  'What the Farm-  ee.  He. ve ron a copy of our bin free book for /a i men " Whal the Far  ir caii do with Concrete?" If not, uo ite for U. It's absolutely fi  FULFILLMENT OF PROPHECY.  Lansdowne Poultry  Yards  Did  you    ever   stop to think for a  moment of the meaning  of the word \  \  EYE SIGHT  COCKS FOR SALE  ! if honor,   integrity,   reliability,   courage,   kindness,    steadfastness,    devo-  of  the   following    varieties:     Brown tion���������������������������all  the qualities .that make for  Leghorns,    Bur!   Orpingtons,    Barred manliness���������������������������are reduced to a single es-  .Rocks.   All from  prize-winning stock, sential, there will  remain  in its full-  From SI.50 up  I ever raised.  The best young stock (est,  finest and    most beautiful  form,  W.   T.   MARSHALL,  Le Devoir republished from  a  "PaTiliaiflrewspaper^a^parag'raplr  -'lich has interest in reference  to .he present situation in east-  ui-n Europe.    Here it is:  "The year 1912 promises to be  fatal to the Ottoman empire, if  we are to believe an ancient legend of the Balkans. A prophecy  has it that Constantinople will  -fall again into the hand .of Chris,  tians in the year in  which the .������������������ -       -  _  festival of Easter shallhaws been JH feSll   MeatS  celebrated on March 2d,  Annun-.  ciation Day.   The prophecy was:  made, it is said, in 1453, the year    if you want prime fresh meats, w  of the taking  of   Constantinople (have them.     Our cattle are giain-fed milst make service his motive power  by the Turks, and this year L912.    and selected by our own buyers from   t0 t,ie en(i of   mutual profit,  mnt-ial  or the first time since, the Easter   the richest feeding grounds in Alher  of the    Orthodox    Greek   church   ta, and   are   killed   and cut strictl  was celebrated on March 25. The, fresh.  prophecy said also   that   as   the,     We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  city of Constantinople was taken ; can give you the best price possible.  b/a Mahomet (Mahomet II.) itp    n    CL  would be taken from a Mahomet;; V_������������������- l\. Onarpe,  audit is a curious   coincidence;                         . Enderby, B. C.  that the present sultan is Mah-'==   OmetV. ; SHUSWAP  & OKANAGAN* BRANCH  loyalty ?     A   writer has said  tint if j  all the noblest attributes of "ni������������������n are '  gathPrPf--in<0-a-cnper!.eated--cr^  AND,  ABOVE ALL,  DEMAND  EXPERIENCE.  DR. S. L. TAUBE  WHO HAS  HAD FORTY-TWO YEARS'  EXPERIENCE IN THE PROFES-  U 810N, WILL BE AT  I loyalty.  |    The loyal citizen aims to serve his  Lansdown,  Armstrong P.O. 'country.     To    serve   his  country  he:  niist   serve    his    state,  to serve  his'  state he must serve his city; to serve  his city he must serve hi.s fellow men. 'if there is anything: wrong with your Eye Sight, don't fail to consult him  1    Tt  must,   then, he    thc  aim   of  the   ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUARAN TEED AS TESTED,  want prime fresh meats, w    lo-val citizen to serve his fellows. He1'*  A. Reeves' Drug Store, Enderby  Saturday, Nov. 30th, 1912  Hearty service to a c<u*se of  Get    that fact  fixed  firmlv  benefit  loyalty.  in  mind.  :    Service is the expression of love in  its    noblest    form.       Unconsciously,  perhaps, every   man serves some one.  , No man works for himself alone.     A  man  works to    maintain  himself and  his  family.  '    The min who is loyal to his work,  SENDING THEM TO HELL.  (Lv)  Today's Times quotes a letter  from a Turkish officer who was Sollth  in the battle of Lule Burgas.   He b������������������und  says:   'After a tremendous en- "ad down  gagement we sent thousands of! Jo"4s  the Bulgarian infidels to hell, but j n;03  we ourselves lost lots of martyrs |n.is  and our wounded are numerous. |ii.������������������  The treachery of the Bulgarian jjj-jjj,.  villagers after the battle of Kirk {_'A5 (Ar)    _  Kilesseh, was punished by the��������������������������� h. w. brodie  annihilation of several villages by j Gen. Pas. Agt.-  OUr forces." j       Vancouver   ������������������������������������������������������ .serves not only    himself and  family,  Daily trains both  vvays from  Sica-|but H's  fellow   men.      Success,  from  mous Junction to Okanagan Landing: J whatever point you view it, is indi-  North  rectly attributable to such loyalty.  STATIONS bound :    Be  lo>ral    to    yourself;  be loyal  to  read up,J'olir house;  be    loyal  to  your town;!?]  (Ar)  17.30  he loyal to your clientele, and success ill  16.45 *in no little measure will be yours.���������������������������! [}  Jg;^ W. H. Tennyson in Playthings. |  lo.4o.    The    man    who   believes   with  his  15.00  whole heart    and soul that his town  Burning Kerosene ^Coal Oilf ^v  ���������������������������^it^Qubtuies Gas oir ^Hejctricityl  HERE is an oil-burning lamp which produces a flood of  pure, white light���������������������������more brilliant than gas or electricity  ���������������������������yet wonderfully mellow and easy on the eyes. It is simple  and safe, clean and noiseless, does not fill the room with obnoxious, unhealthful odors.   To have a better lighted home, with an  Aladdin Mantle Lamp  will actually cost you nothing.   It will pay for itself in thc oil it saves.   I am  thc agent lor the Mantle Lamp Company of America and an tcllinj; you what i  kr.owio be absolve facts.    1'rofessor Rogers, ol Lew-is Institute, Chicago, madi-  a comparative test ol all the leading oil-burning lamps on the market���������������������������anl the  Aladdin was found to give thc Itc^t li������������������ht ind the most economical to u>c. But >o-i  don't need to accept these strong statements on my word only.   All 1 ask is thc opportunity to pro-������������������e  em at my own risk.   1 will bc glad to let you  sicamous  Jet  Mara  ���������������������������   Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  The    man  whole heart  (Lv) 14.45  is the best on earth, and proves that  JNO.BURNHAM , belief in every word he says about it,  Agent jis sure   to   make    good    no  matter  Enderby        'where he be located.  1  TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You Buy  I furnish Table, Bracket. Hanging, Wall and Chindeiier types of limps���������������������������in fact Aladdin Lamp-^fcr e-.ery  purpose.   Just drop me a pp-vt card and simply say you arc interested.    I'll bc glad to bring an Aladdin '.amp to   >  ihow you and lrave in yuur home to use a Might oi two, entirely without obligation.   Mail tbe card iotUy,   ������������������  BERNARD ROSOMAN,  Agent,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.O.  The'Mantle Lamo Co. <)f America, Chicago, Portland, Dallas, Waterbury,  Montreal and Winnipeg.  Order your Christmas Greeting Cards  early and let the Walker Press print 'em THE KNDERBY PRESS AND WALKEK'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 14, 1912  .Past Events  Cast Shadows Behind  Cards  Jim Spivvers says he'd ruther he a !  sinner what 's hit an' missed than a ;  goklurn saint that 's never tried.  Fred. HL Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates}  furnished !  Dealer in Windows, Door?, Turn-'.  ings and all factory work. \  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen!  Doors and Windows. Glass cut*,  to any size.  We represent S.C.Smith Co,, of ;  Vernon. Enderby. :  R. Chadwick |  " REGISTERED PLUMBER"   j  (certificate.) .. Painter end Decorator, :  Box 74, Enderby. " ;  id  We have an extra Choice Selection  this year. We wish our friends  and patrons would make their selections early. We want to give  you the best possible service in  your Christmas printing. Early  orders will receive our first atten-'  tion. Come in and look over the  fine lot just received.   .  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tho Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and n portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $L  an acre. Not more than 2,5G0 acres  will lie leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall he staked out by the applicant himself.  Bach application must be accompanied by a fee for .fo which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined ancl pay the  'royalty thereon. J r the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only,cbnt the lessee may be  permitted, to purchase whatever  available surface rights may bc considered necessary for the working of  thc mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  Por full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. Wi CORY,  Deputy Minister of the.Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for. sp2  When down town and you feel chil- ;  ly, just .step into the parlors of the j  l.nderby Bakery and have a cup of ;  tea. ' ''  KEEP YOUR FEET DRY.���������������������������The latest shapes in ladies and men's  rubbers, at J. YV. Evans & Son's.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  End why. B.C.  Contractors & Builders  First-class Cabinet Work and   Picture Framing.  Undertaking Parlors in connection.  Next to City Hall.  Fir^l shipment of  this newest and best  of music, records arrived on Saturday.  They have jumped  instantly into popular favor. If you desire to hear IShe Blue  Amb.erol, call on us.  THE   BLUE    AMBEROL   RECORD  The great Thomas A. Edison has  just perfected a new cylinder phonograph record known as the Blue Am-  berol. It is said to possess greatly  increased volume and decidedly the  finest tone of any phonograph record  of'any "kind now "on" the market.'  In laboratory tests, a Blue Antberol  record has been played 3000 times,  and the 3000th reproduction is said  to have been as line as the first. In  other words, exhaustive tests demonstrate Lhat this new record is practically impervious to wear. It is also  to all practical intents and purposes  unbreakable.  IL is intended that overy Blue Am-  hcrol shall be a gem���������������������������the kind of record that you will want Lo play three  hundred and sixty-livt times each year  and keep forever. Tn the first place  the selection must be one that will  appeal, in Lhe second place, the performance must be by the person or  persons best able to do justice to the  selection, and in the third place, the  recording must positively be of the  best.  The Blue Amberol  Records do not cost  any more than the  more fragile   kind.  They will not break  and are the most  perfect records in  the world; they will  last a lifetime.  >���������������������������  )-  Pianos, Organs, Edison Phonographs, Victor Talking Machines from $20 up, Disc Records from  75c to $7.50; over 500 to choose from.      Everything worth while in MUSIC  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  J. E. CRANE, Agent  m^**-*-****������������������������������������������������������**. I  III! I I I I j*itii-Ttdaoatrfi-w������������������g������������������^.  iWQTVJ-MOmUWpUwiIm  Thursday, November 14. 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ^  cf  i'  V  If  The Corporation of the City of Enderby  Loan By-law No. 11  A BY-LAW FOR RAISING THE SUM  OF $2,500.00 FOR THE IMPROVEMENT AND  EXTENSION  .IF THE  WATERWORKS  SYSTEM  OF THE  OITY OF ENDERBY.  WHEREAS    it is necessary r.i   construct    permanent    improvements  at  the intake    and    also  to ivmkc additions and    extensions    to  the City's  waterworks system; and  WHEREAS for the said purpose it  i.s necessary to raise by way of loan  upon the credit of the City the sum  of $2,500.00, repayable on thc 31st  day of December, L932, bearing interest in the meantime, payable half-  yearly, at the wratc of 6 per centum  per annum, the principal of such loan  when raised, to bc applied for thc  purpose aforesaid; and  WHEREAS,    for    the    pa.vn-.ent   of  the said    principal   and interest it is  necessary to raise the sum of $233.96  by rale in each and every year; and  WHEREAS     the      value     of     the  whole rateable   property  of the City  of Enderby, according to the last revised assessment roll, is Six Hundred  and Nine    Thousand   Three Hundred  and Ninety-five ($609,395) Dollars; ancl  WHEREAS,     the      total      amount  of existing   Debenture    Debt   of   the  of  the    said    City    is     Seventy-nine  Thousand,    Two    Hundred and  Fifty  ($79,250.00) Dollars,  of which none of  the interest or principal is in arrear;  NOW THEREFORE the Mayor and  Council of   the   City of Enderby, iu  open nfeeting   assembled,   hereby er.  act :  1.-- That it shall be lawful for the  Mayor of the City oi Enderby to  raise by way of loan, from any person or persons, body or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit of the  said City, by way of the debentures  hereinafter mentioned, a .sum of  money not exceeding in the whole  the sum of .$2,500.00 and to cause  such sum of money so raised and received to be paid into the hands of  thc Treasurer of the said City for the  purposes and with the objects hereinbefore recited ;  ,2.   That it shall   be lawful for the  said-Mayor to   cause any  number of  debentures to   be made  for the  sum  of not less than $500.00 each, bearing  interest at the rate, of six per centum  . per    annum,    not    exceeding    in . tht  whole the    sum    of $2,500.00 and all  such  debentures shall be sealed  with  ��������������������������� the  Seal .of   the   City _ of Enderby..  sighed by-  the    Mayor, and countersigned by  the   Treasurer.of the  said  City'; . -  ��������������������������� 3. That the said debentures shall  bear date the 3.1st day of December,  -,;rl912,- and "shall* be made pay'able~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 payment  of  interest at the  rate  of six  per centum per annum, and such interest shall be payable half-yearly on  the'30th day.of June and the 31st  day of December of each and every  year; and the signatures to such  coupons may be either written,  stamped, printed or lithographed ;  5. That a rate on the dollar shall"  be levied and   raised annually on all  -the rateable property in the said  City, in addition to all other rates,  suflicient to pay interest on the debt  hereby created during the currency of  the said debentures, and to provide  for the payment of such debt when  due ;  fi.  ���������������������������That-the_sum_of_$150..00_shalLbe_  levied and raised annually by a rate  on all   thc   rateable property in the |  in the    manner    provided for by the  Municipal  Act,    1906,   and   amending  Acts ;  7. That the sum of $83.96 shall be  levied and raised annually by a rate  on all the rateable property in the  City of Enderby, in addition to all  other rates, for the payment of the  debt hereby created, when due ;  --8.--That-it-shall - be-lawful-for-the  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 thc said debentures ; and  all debentures so repurchased shall be  forthwith cancelled, and no re-issue  of any debenture or debentures shall  be made in consequence of such repurchase ;  9. That this By-law shall, before  the final passage thereof, receive the  assent of the electors of the said City  of Enderby, in the manner provided  for by the Municipal Act, 1906, and  amending Acts ;  JO. That this By-law shall come  into force and take effect ,on the 31st  clay of December, 1912 ;  11. That this By-law may be cited  for all purposes as "The City of Enderby Waterworks Loan By-law, 1912'  TAKE NOTICE that the above is a  true copy   of    the   proposed By-law  unon which the vote of the Municipality will he taken, at the City Hall,  Enderby, on*Monday, the     th day of  November, 1912, between the hours of  9'.a. ni. and 7 p. m.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  Clerk of the Municipal Council.  Dated at   the   City Hall, Enderby,  B. C, November 7th, 1912.  IT is a big thing for any man  to be correctly attired on all  occasions.    And most men are more keenly  realizing this every day.    It is; always worth  while", dressing well.    Impressions'"we" make on others are  enormously important.    Besides, it is ver}/ easy to be a';  "well-dressed man" how-a days  ?mWmm  wrnmmmmMi  BSBBgrgiBgff*^^  FIT-RITE clothes are not what  you ordinarily understand as  "ready-to-wear" clothes. They  are tailored garments���������������������������-every one  made by the best tailors in Canada, under ideal conditions.  You will find the newest style-"  Jiiatur____Ljn^KI^  before they appear elsewhere.  The fabrics used, moreover, are  the newest things in wen ves and  colorings.   .  The workmanship down to thc  last detail cannot be surpassed.  Painstaking experts scrutinize  every'stitch. Each suit must pass  =th eiv___iiis pectio i-ubef o neJ t=i s=s u b--=  mitted for your inspection.  J.   W.   EVANS   &   SON,  Exclusive Agents, Ende/by   x  1  I  | day of December in each and every  j year, and the signatures to such cou-  ! pons may he either written, stamped,  ' printed or lithographed.  '��������������������������� 5. That a rate on the dollar shall  i bo levied and raised annually on all  j the rateable property in the said  i City, in addition to all other rates,  ! suflicient to pay interest on the debt  | hereby created during the currency of  ', the said debentures, and to provide  | for the payment of such debt when  j due;  L 0. That the sum of $1S0.00 shall be  -levied and raised annually by a rate  on all the rateable property in the  City of Enderby, in addition to all  other rates, for the"' payment of the  interest on the said debentures;  7. That the sum of $100.75 shall be  levied and raised annually, by a rate  on all the rateable property in the  City of Enderby, in addition to all  other rates, for the payment of the  debt herebv created,  when due;  S. That it shall be lawful for the  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  shall be forthwith cancelled, and no  re-issue of any debenture or debentures shall be made in conseq.uence of  such repurchase;  9. That this By-law shall,' before  the final passage thereof, receive thc  assent of the electors of the said City  of Enderby, in the manner provided  for by the Municipal Act, 1906, and  amending Acts;  10. That this By-law shall come  int.} force and take effect on thc 31st  day of December, 1912;  11. That this By-law may be cited  for all purposes as "The City of Enderby Second Drainage Loan By-law,  1912."  TAKE NOTICE that the above is a  true co *y of the pr, loosed By-law upon which the vote of the Municipality  will be taken, at the Cit- Hall, Enderby, on Monday, the 25th 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 Citv Hall, Enderby,  B.C.,  November-7th,'1912.  CITY OF  ENDERBY  The Corporation of tbe City ot Entfsrby  Loan By-law No. 12  A BY-LAW FOR RAISING THE SUM  OE    ?3,000.00    TO    PROVIDE FOR  THE CONSTRUCTION rip 1T1AINS  IN THE CITY OF  EXDURUV:  WHEREAS, on the 9th day of May,  1912,  the Municipal Council  pass-id a  By-law  to raise the sum  of $6,000.00  to construct drains    to carry oil the  surface water from certain sl.-(-ets in  thc City; and  loan, when raised, to be applied for  the purpose aforesaid; and  WHEREAS, for the payment of the  said principal and interest, it i.s necessary to raise the sum of $280.75  in each and every year; and  WHEREAS, the value of the whole  rateable property  of the City of  En  sum of money so raised and received  to be paid into the hands of the  Treasurer of the said City for the  purposes and with the objects hereinbefore recited;  2. That it shall be lawful for thc  said Mayor to cause any number of  debentures to he made for the sum of  WHEREAS,    the    moneys  provided   principal is in arrear;  derby,  according  to  the last  iwif.cd j not less    than    $500.00 each,  bearing  assessment roll  is $609,395.00;  an.l       ! interest at the rate of six per centum  WHEREAS,    the    total  amount of! per    annum,    not    exceeding   in  the  existing  Debenture    Debt of the said j whole  thc sum    of $3,000.00;  and  all  i City  is  Seventy-nine Thousand,  Two;such  debentures shall  he sealed  with  ; Hundred  and    Fifty   ($79,250.00)  Dol-! the   Seal    of    the    City  of  Enderby,  1 lars, of which none of the interest or j  for in said By-law have proved in  sufficient to complete the call works  and also to construct such' lat'-raJs as  are required to completely drain the  said surface water; and  WHEREAS, to provide f.-r the com- p  pletion of such work it is nnccr'sary ���������������������������  to raise by way of T.>an anon the |  credit of the City' of '.-.ad.ii-by, thc i  sum of $3,000.00, payable on the 31stj  day of December, 1932, bearing inter- j  est in the meantime, payable half-  yearly at the rate of 6 per centum  per annum,    the    principal    of  such  NOW THEREFORE, the Mayor and  Council of the City of Enderby, in  open meeting assembled, hereby enact  as follows : ���������������������������  1. That it shall be lawful for the  Mayor of the City of Enderby to  raise by way of loan, from any ner-  son or persons, body or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit of the  said City, by way of the debentures  hereinbefore mentioned, a sum of  money not exceeding in the whole the  sum of $3,000.00,    and to cause such  the   Mayor    and  the    Treasurer of  .countcr-  the said  signed by  signed by  City;  3. That the .said debentures shall  bear date the 31st day of December,  1912, and shall he made payable in  twenty years from the date hereinafter mentioned for this By-law to  take effect, at the Bank of Montreal,  in the Ci> ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������'��������������������������� rbv;   ���������������������������  4. That the said debentures shall  hav-p i . . he*' for the payment of interest at the rate of six  per centum per annum, and such interest shall be payable half-yearly, on  the 30th day    of    June and  the 31st  Voting on Proposed By:laws   '  PUBLIC. NOTICE.. is . hereby given  to the Ratepayers,of the Municipality"  of the City of Enderby that I require  the presence, of the said Ratepayers  at the^ Cityj, Hall; ....Endferby, on  "MONDAY," the 25th- day- of- November,  1912, between 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-Waterworks  System of    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 En'derby.  Any person, male" or female, being  a British subject and the assessed  owner of land or real property within the Municipality, is entitled to  vote on such proposed By-laws.  Given under my nand at the City  Hall, Enderby, this 7th day of November, 1912.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN.  Returning Officer.  CITY OF ENDERBY  Voting on Money Py-laws  NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions of the  Statutes of British Columbia governing the passage of money by-laws,  the persons who will be entitled to  vote at the poll to be held on No  vein her 25th, H'12, on ihe proposed  Waterworks Improvement arul Extension and the Drain Construction Bylaws are the assessed property owners  ���������������������������i. e., the persons whose names appear on the last revised assessment  roll of thc City.  In the case of change of ownership  of property, either by fransferor by  devolution of interest, it is enacted  by Statute that the name or names  ot the new owner or owners shall be  substituted for the name or names  appearing on the said assessment roll  PROVIDED a Statutory Declaration  proving the fact of transfer or devolution is made before the City Assessor at least FIVE clear days before  the day on which the poll is to be  held.  By order.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  '}* City Clerk.  City Hall, Enderby, Nov. 7th, 1912  I do not know much about the  tariff, but I do know this much:  when we buy goods abroad, we get the  goods and the foreigner gets the  money; when we buy goods made at  home, we get both the goods and the  money.���������������������������Abraham Lincoln.  Luck means living on a dollar a  day if you earn two.  x. y������������������ THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 14, 1912  XZXZZL  WILL  YOU  please read the particulars  about the property mentioned  below, and if you think it  sounds pretty good, why come  in and we will talk it over. Jf  it doesn't suit, watch for next  week's paper. Something new  and  all    good    money-makers.  Ten Lots  Full size; facing a GO-ft. street  all high and dry, and good  building sites;  for  the sum of  PRO BONO PUBLICO  x  THE  OLD.   OLD  STORY  i; Conservative Association, and Enderby Board of Trade to obtain a road  through the reserve to connect my  place with the Mabel Lake road, J  am still without that r.iad.  Yours etc.,      PERCY   ROSOMAN.  $7  .00  This takes them all, and T will  furnish  you with a deed.  Now don't say that you never  had a chance,    for here's one.  Walter Robinson  BELL  BLOCK.   ENDERBY  t    ...    ~.    ���������������������������    .    ~.    I    .    ���������������������������    ���������������������������  iVj^VW^n.','  Editor The  Enderby Press:  Dear Sir:  Thc Enderby-.Mabel Lake road is an  'object,  lesson  just  now.    It  ought  to  be travelled by the heads of the government   road-making  department   to  ���������������������������let them see   thc    futility of grading  !up clay roads to high narrow gra:l-rs  !and  thinking    when thus constructed  'they   will   shed    water and  not need  [gravelling.     A   more  filthy   condition  iof quagmire   could    not exist at the  ', present time, and traffic is almost at  [a  standstill   in    consequence.   Lvery-  Ibody is disgusted  with  the condition  iof the road, and it is up to us all to  [register our kick at conditions which  'could be, nirl,  long ago, should  have  I been obviated,    by making the grade  j wide and  putting down a heavy coat  [ qf gravel.    What is the use of a gov-  I ernment sending people round  to tell  I us how to improve conditions on our  ' farms  and    then    give  us  s*ich  poor  roads    that    wc    cannot  market  our  produce?        For   years we have  been  I hampered  and    held    back because of  i heavy    cost   of   clearing    our farms,  X ', poor market,    and    worse roads; and  T 'in  these  times   of  rapil  progress  we!  ���������������������������-��������������������������� I  ���������������������������[������������������������������������������������������ 'can't hold    our   own at all  if condi-,  !{! 'tions all  around,    and especially our!  "!' ''public roads,   are  to remain as poor |  ���������������������������J- 'as  they are at present.   There ought i  *.C'to be at least    two  more permanent!  X ] road  gangs    and    outfits  in   our dis-:  ���������������������������j- [trict,  ancl  a  rock  crusher and  steam j  '��������������������������������������������� ! shovel'and steam roller.    Wc ought to j  J I have our  culverts  made  of  rock  and!  ���������������������������{��������������������������� 'concrete, all unnecessary bridges filled I  ������������������!��������������������������� | in, and, for .the greatest good  to the  ������������������ ��������������������������� greatest    number,      all    curves    and  ���������������������������I* | crooks    straightened    out,   especially  '.Clnow  that  we    are in  the automobile  X jera.     Tliere should-die a-broader pol-  ���������������������������{��������������������������� ! icy. than to listen to" the pet kick of  X   some farmer    who_   wants  the  whole  *J! 'public to travel up a  hill side, or by  ���������������������������j* I some other inconvenient route,  so as  .;. i to avoid putting the road through iiis  T; property.     The  land   should   be  pur-  ���������������������������]' On    the    sidewalk   of   Con- -j-jchased at the advanced value so that  V Stantinople, Calcutta.    Leip- *?!!the farmer    would   not be the loser,  ������������������ Zl*g Or Vancouver, pick it up t !aivl  the    road    put  through  straight  ���������������������������."'and take it to the  nearest v !ami made the full width, broad gauge  X jeweller.     He will recognize j[ |an(1   gravelled   or    macadamized.      A  i;. it.    He   won.t fumble and ���������������������������> jrLch  ��������������������������������������������� fuss ancl squint at it through '.������������������ '  (To go into this ([iicstinii fully  would require a great deal of space���������������������������  more than we can spare at this time.  This is an open fall. We have not  had frost enough to freeze ten to  date, and the rains of the past three  or four weeks have, it is true, made  the roads bad. But the same reports  come from all over Ii. G. Tlie Mabel  Lake road i.s bad���������������������������could not well be  otherwise in view of the heavy traffic  to the lumber camps and the incessant rains. We arc not going to argue that the Mabel Lake road should  not be gravelled, or that it cuiil.l not  be made any better than it is. We  have repeatedly agitated for this improvement, and the improvement of  other roads in the Enderby district  along this same line. But this road  problem is a big one. To gravel and  macadamize trunk roads requires big  money, to get this big money requires  increased taxation, and this is the  point that every one of our farmers  objects to. They would rather let  their properties slip in under the  wild-land tax. Let us be logical. No  man can expect to get something for  nothing. The provincial government  has spent a large sum of money in  this district this year on roads.1 Just  now these roads do not look well  but where does  the blame  lie ?���������������������������Ed.)  WHAT about that overcoat ? .Iust  come in and take a look at ours. J.  W. Evans & Son.  If you drop  f this Watch  government    like that of Ti.  C.  j could not spend  the money better.   I  AT  R.  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� .us., uiiu squint cioiu i.n-uuK������������������_ ������������������j- (could not spend  the money better,   l  * a glass and ask a.lotofques- T. -aon't see  why    the Northern  Okana-  ;!; tions   you    can.t   answer.'v igun shoul(1   noL   be as goo;1 ns the  -���������������������������:��������������������������� Extra parts for it are staple -j* |best in the  J stock with all jewelers every- $jth0 Vcrnon d  goo  matter of loads,  and  if  .-   - ,.t - , ������������������������������������������������������*,    ^., department will not order  -,- Where. In a few hours your Vithem constructed, we must demand a  If watch will be fixed and you * i redistribution, and send in a M.I'.P.  7 will be 011 your way. .������������������. jfrom  Northern Okanagan  and have a  IC IT'S AN   $18.00        '" 1*1'superintendent    of roads at this end  T ELGIN    WATCH 7. ! w"ith offices at Enderby.      I hope the  T we're oirnrinK-the Merest value for the J | People of the Northern Okanagan will  V price you will ever buy. And its upkei-p J.; put up a big kick for better roads,  T  cost is low. ,1, j ,       ,',     ,., ,  Y __ _ ^      3. land   1  should    Iikc    to see  uur paper  ���������������������������j* ; echo  thc  demand    from  all   points in  OTHER ELGIN WATCHES  $100-00_Tq.llO:OQ       ._ll;-hP-,li������������������;t.ri.tL,..nn(l-P.Sper.i������������������llv-frn,n-tl]e- _J  .1. i ....... .    1     -  X i.Mabel   Lake road,   which   I   believe  is  ���������������������������[���������������������������'the  w.jrst     Of course,   local  foremen  Walchmakf r & .K-A-Icr Knderby   Vi  THE    WAREHOUSE,    C.  P.  SIDING, ENDERBY, B. C.  Saturday  Nov. 16th  Under instructions from the Executor  of the late Benj. Brundish, deceased  1 Grey   Horse,    6    years old, quiet  and good to work.  1 Buggy.  1 Democrat (light.) o  1 Cutter.  =1=-S e t=^h eav-y-=b o b=s 1 c i k-h s^(-n e w-) .=  F. PYMAN  V  Waichmakfr&.K'-A-lcr Knderby X J are not  to blame as they  cannot do  ���������������������������!��������������������������� ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-l-i-r'l-W-W-J'-'K-W-W^W-J'-K'v 1mjra(:)0s un the money devoted to this  Local Ads.  Ailvr-i-tisi'montB under thin hi ml:  !tc a word for  I In-lirsl insertion: len word  (..ich .subsequent in-  "kcriirin ��������������������������� --  ~   ~        WE HAVE just opened up a nice assortment of China at reasonale  prices.      .1.  W.  Evans & Son.         WIRE FENCING--  H.   F.  SCOTT,  Three I'iiu* Hanch, Enderby  font rafts  taken  for em: I ion.   Orders  f(.r spring work now being booked.  Sl'IT CLEANED &. IM.ESSED-Now  the time to get it done. Orders  promptly executed. Rosoman &  Gildemecster, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking I'arlors, CHIT street,  next .J. W. Evans & Son's. Repairing a specialty.  end of the district. Wc want more  foremen, more money for the roads,  jand .-i broader policy.  j Also, before closing this letter, I  i would like to say that after all the  ��������������������������� elTor't" put   forth    this 'spring"by" the  CANADA  Pald-Up Capital. Reserve Fund CQ -I 75 ftflA  aud Undivided I'rolllS (Over) $0,J. I U,VVV  Total Assets (Over)   $63,000,001)  ; Save Systematically  Haphazard,  occasional saving  peldom accomplishes much.    It's  SWEET CIDER���������������������������10c per gallon; cook-j  ^]e   steady,   persistent,   regular  depositing of so many dollars a  ing  apples,    lie    pound  Lawes,  Enderby Heights.  Geo.   R.  J S.JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  week, or month, or season, in the  Union Bank* of Canada, which  makesone financially independent.  The.money accumulates all the  more rapidly, loo, because of the  Interest which is added every  six months.  Trv it.  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks | ElHfefby B.a'llGll,      W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawn,;  vases   peer   blocks,    chimney blocks;;  ^^    mQ     DRANCH9  also lime and  cement. ; gl .n:r,CM(lnccdl,c st., E.c.  Leave orders early. f. W. ASHE,        -        -        Manafjcr.  Enderby,  B.   0.       l   G. M. C. HART SMITH,   A.ssistunt M|/r.  1 set heavy team harness (new).  2 sets single harness  2 Robes,  2 Knee Rugs,  4 Sacks Keen's Cement,  40  Sacks Hard wall  Plaster,  5 Barrels Lime,  2 Barrels Plaster of Paris,  1  Sark Fire Clay,  SOO Common Brick,  160 Fire Brick,  25 G-inch Drain Pipes,  6 G-inch  Elbows,  1 Platform Scale,  1  Hand  Saw,  1  Spray Pump,  1 Grindstone,  2 Cook Stoves,  2 Heaters,  3 Cross-cut Saws,  I 20-ft Ladder,  ] 8-ft Ladder,  3  Pr Rubber Boots,  I Set Brace and Bits,  3 Spirit Levels,  5  Bundles Lath,   ,  30  Sacks Portland  Cement,  1 Bicycle,  1 Parlor Organ,  Quantity of Mason's tools,  Quantity of Plasterer's tools,  Quantity of Garden tools,  Quantity of Lath Nails,  Also the building used as warehouse  --50 feet by 20 feet���������������������������well built and in  good repair; close to railway track;  ground lease.  Sale to commence at 1:30 p.m.  Terms of sale, Cash.  Walter Robinson  AUCTIONEER  Listen!  VeVeqot  the Goods  will be a pleasure to you to inspect  the bolt goods ve have brought in this  Fall; ve have such a variety of pleasing  colors and elegant veaves.  Ve have the nevest and finest materials  for house-dresses, afternoon and evening  govns.  While our goeds are pleasing to look at,  ve have demanded also the very best  quality.  When you buy your dress goods from  us, you get three things- -value, beauty,  use.   You vill alva\ s get the right price.  Slater Shoes for Men  mpress  n  n  Ladies  Enderby Trading Co., Ltd.  ENDERBY FLOUR  MOFFET'S BEST  Made strictly from Saskatchewan and Alberta wheat, in the  ONLY MILL in the Okanagan. The PIONEER mill of British  Columbia, and*now one of the MOST COMPLETE milling- systems in Canada. Try this flour and you'll find it will produce a  =gren t=vol nnip..of_good.._wholesome,_.NUTRITI_OUS_bread,     You  will find the color WHITER than any other flour on the market  -this means that it is CLEANER than any other flour on the  market.  WHY NOT USE YOUR HOME FLOUR ?  We both lose money if you don't. For sale by all good grocers  or at our mill.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   GO. Limited  na  Don't Forget  The Bazaar  To be held by the Auxiliary of St. George's Church, in  K. P. Hall, Thursday P. M., Nov. 21st  Stalls will be run for the sale of Home-made Candy, Home Cooking  (Christmas Cakes, etc.) Ranchers' Commodities,.Plain Work,  Fancy Goods suitable for Christmas Gifts.  Afternoon Tea  Admission for dance in evening, 50c.  I  Musical Programme  of interest to the Children  NOTICE  responsible for any accounts not paid  by Hoyt Yep  or tbe company on or  before Nov. 23rd.  I will continue tbe business at the  To whom it may concern:  I have this day bought out all the  goods,    chattels,    store building and | old stand, and solicit a share of the  business of    the   Quong Ohong China'laundry  business.  Co.,    and    more      particularly   that  owned  by    Hoyt   Yep,   money  to be  paid over on Nov. 23rd.       I will as- .    Luck means trusting���������������������������God and your  sume no debts of the company nor be  own resources.  SAM BOW.


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