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 I  Enderby, B. C,  December 26. 1912  AN D  WAtKU'S      WEEKLY  1,  Vol.-5; No. 38; Whole No..252 ���������������������������UB HNUKKUY PRESS AND VVAblUiiK'S wi'.JMM-i  List of Enderby Voters for 1913   _ _  as Passed Upotfby Court of Revision  yfe- ���������������������������-���������������������������  -Zj  PROP  1.  o.  3.  ���������������������������1.  f>.  6.  7.  S.  ���������������������������J.  10.  11.  12.  13.  14.  15.  Hi.  17.  IS.  19.  20.  2h.  24.  25.  2G.  27.  28.  29.  30.  ��������������������������� 31.  32.  33.  34.  35.  36.  37.  38.  '-' , 39.  - -���������������������������     40.  41.  .     42".  .- -13.  ���������������������������44.  ' 45.  " 46.  47.  48.  49.  <   " 60".  i-y-.r-.. '���������������������������  %������������������~i.olj-'  ���������������������������>iJ'.'52.V  Bailey,  Baird.  Baird,  Baird,  (Mrs.)  :)    ' !,#hr.Y .*-���������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������*       ,-.  ��������������������������� yy-^z-fEy" ,*...  ������������������������������������������������������A^-S^fe^---*-- *  EKTV OWNERS-  Airth, Jas.  Arland,  John  A.  Bailey,  Robert  N.  Robert  Jas.   E-  Andrew  M.  Isabella  (Mrs.)  Bank of Montreal  Rep.  A.  E. Taylor  Banton, Wm. E.Barnes,- Fred  Beattie, Andrew  Bell, George  Bell,  Florence  A.   (Mrs.)  Bigham,  John H.  Binch, Richelieu  H.  Birrell,  Andrew D.  Birrell,  Melvina  C.  Blackburn,   Richard  Blackburn,  Jane (Mrs.)  Blanchard,   Herbert E.  Blanchard,  Beatrice  L.      Ir-.',  ���������������������������    -        ������������������or.,b   J.   (Mrs.)  Brown, George u.  Bucliholz,  Albert  Bucliholz,  Bernard  Burbidge,  Albert  Campbell,  Geo. .G.  Canadian Pacific Ry..  Rep.  John Burnham  Carefoot,  Joseph H.  Carefoot, Richard J.  Carlson,   Benjt  J.  Cobb,  Laura  (Miss)  Qolumbia     Flouriag   -Mills   Go.  Ltd.,  rep.  C.  E.  Strickland  Coode,  John C.  Dagg,  Jas. C.  Duncan,  Mary A.   (Mrs.)  Dunwoodie,  Merlin G.  English," Jas.  0.  Evans, A.  Ernest  Evans,-;T0s.;W.       .  .  Evans,  Jas..E,  Faulkner, Andrew A.  .Fenn, Benj.  S.  Folkard,  John  Forster, Robt. E.  Forster,  Edith  M.  Fortune,  Alex. L.  ���������������������������Flewwelling, Hiram F.  Fravel,  Jas. F.  p Fulton,  Andrew  Gaylord,  John B.  T.  (Miss)  53.  54.  55.  56.  57.  5R.  59.  CO.  (il.  62.  63.  64.  65.  66.  67.  OS.  69.  ' 70.  71.  72.  73.  74."  75.  76.  7?'.  7u,  SO,  SI.  82.  S3.  84.  85.  86.  87.  SS.  59.  90.  91.  92.  93.  94.  95.  ' 96."  97,  . 98.  99.  j   100.  I 101.  |" 102.  i 103.  104."  105.'  106."  J 07.  108.  Gibbs,  R.   Ronald  Golightly, Wm. H.  Grant,   John  N.  Gray,   Edward  G.  Greyell,  Henry  J.  Gunter,  Abram  Hartry, Samuel F.  Harvey, Eva  E.  (Mrs.)  Hawkins, Chas.  E.  Hendrickson,  Emma F.  (Mrs.)  Higginson,   John  Hill, Ruth A.  (Miss)  Hilton, Musgrave F.  Hughes, Thos.  Hughes, Bessie, (Mrs.)  Hutchison, W.  H.  Jalland,   Eliz.   (Mrs.)  Jaquest,  Henry P.  Johnson,  Carl  Johnson,   Jas.  F.  Johnson, Cath.   J.  (Mrs.)  Johnston, Albert IS.  Johnstone, John S.  Johnstone,   Jane  (-Mrs.)  Jones,  Ira C.  '���������������������������--..-. -Robt.  Kelly, H.  Lawes, Geo.  R.  Lawes,  Eva,  (Mrs.)  Lucas,  John C.  Mack, Edward  J.-  Marois,   Ed.  Martyn,  Jas.  Marwood, D.  Matthews,   Ann,   (.Mrs.)  Matthews, A nor L.  Miller,   John,   Jr.  Moser,  John  Mowat, Jas.  Munro, Geo.. L.  ' Murphy,  Patrick  H.  McArthur,  Andrew S.   . "  "McColl,   John L.  .McMahon,  Jas.     -----   -    -.  'McMahon,'. Eliz.   (Mrs.)  Nicholl,  Jas.  Olford, Bruce  Paul, Andrew  Peel, Robt.  E.  Peever,   John E.  Peever,  Hannah,   (Mrs.)  Poison,  El'iz.   (Mrs.)  Poison,   Samuel  Pound,  Alice  J.  (.Mrs.)  Powers,  Geo.  L.  >-  I  109.   Pyman, M.  J.  (Mrs.)  1 LO.    Reeves, Eliz.   (Mrs.)  111. Richards, Jas. C.  112. Richardson,  Morril   E.  113. Robinson,  Mary,  (Mrs.)  111.   Robinson, Tom  115. Robinson,  George  116. Robinson,  Walter  117. Rogers Lumber Co., Ltd.  Rep.  Robt.  E.  Harkins  118. Ronald,  Wm.   E.  119. Roeser, Fred  120. Rosoman, Graham  121. Rosoman,  Blanche,   (Mrs.)  122. Ruttan,  John L-  L23.    Sewell,  Eliz.   (Mrs.)    ,  124. Simard,  Napoleon  125. Singer,   John  A.  L26.    Schaminehorn,  Edward  R.  127. Schultz,   Gustavus  128. Sharpe, Geo. R-  129. Sherlow, Fred  130. Smedley, Geo. H.  131. Sparrow, Eliz.  (Mrs.)  132. Stoward, Robt. H.  133. Sutcliffe,   Alfred  134. Swan, Henry  135. Teece, Samuel  136. Thompson, Geo. H.  137. Trigg, Wm.   J.  138. Turner, Violet H.   (Mrs.)  139. Vogel, Rex  14L.   Walker, HeJO.ry  M-  142. Wallace, Wm.       ..  "" ^  143. Warwick, -I sabclle,   (Miss).  144:   Wilson,   Albert  145.   Wilson,  Herbert .R. '  146.- Wheeler,  Wm.   J.  L47.    Worthington, Hugh  14S.   Woods, Wm.   J.  HOUSEHOLDERS���������������������������  149. Attenborough, Richard  C.  150. '.Bellamy,  George  151. Yjalder,  Thos.. S.  152. Campbell, ��������������������������� Duncan       - '-���������������������������  153." Dill,. Edwin B.  ~ _ -  154;.:" Dugdale,- Chas.'.E. "''    ..,'  "155. Gorle, ".Fred." T."   .."'"'.  156. Hallet, Edwin  157. Harvey, H.- W.'     "  '  158. Hendrickson", "Henry  159. Hogg,   James C.  160. Johnstone,  Robert  1.61. Kenny, Noah- H.  162." Neil. Horace;        *       '     '���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������  163.   Packham, "Geo.  J64.   Pearson, Wm. G.  165. Poison, .Wm.' S.'"  166. Poison,  John R.  167. Poison, Thos. C.  16S. Rodie, Thos. B.  169. Sparrow,   Edwin  170. Turner, Francis T.  171. Warwick, John  172. Williams,  G. L.  LICENSE HOLDERS���������������������������  173. Best, Richard  E.  174. Crane,   John E.  175. Prosser, Fred.  R.  176. Pyman, Francis  177. Reeves,  Arthur  178. Scott, Wm. H.  ! EXTRA - MUNICIPAL PROPER Ar  OWNERS���������������������������(Entitled to vote for  School Trustees, but not for  Mayor and Aldermen):  179. Avery, Chas. G.  ISO.   Bechervais,  John  J.  181.   Bryant, Thos.  A.  152, Byrnes, Henry  153. Cameron,  Benj.  J.  184. Elliott,  Hezekiah  185. Ellison,   Ja"s.  1S6,   Frei, Peter J.  1ST. Gibbs, Mabel  R.  (Miss)  ISS. Hazelton, Chas.  189. Marris,  Norman L.  190. McKay,   John  191. Nelson, Chas. M.  192. Piper,  Cecil G.  193. Preston,  Henry  A.  194. Rice,  Sadie M.  (Mrs.)  Spear, Richard  J.  Thursday, December 26, 1U12  NOTICE  Sealed tenders will he received by  the undersigned up to dan. 15, l913.  'noon, for the clean-clearing of fifty  acres of land on thc R. F. Dale  place, near Enderby, commencing at  a point near thc log cabin, 100 feet  from river front, thence to the northern boundary of said property, and  working west of said line.  Tender may bc in 25-acre blocks or  ' for whole.  j    All marketable    wood will  have to  be  cut    into    four-foot    lengths  and  piled; tonder to include price for cutting and piling per cord.  j    The lowest   or    any tender not necessarily accepted.  j H. AV. HARVEY, Agent.  j    Enderby, B.  C, Dec. 17th, 1912.  196.  1.97.  ���������������������������198.  199.  --1    Bertha   (Mrs.)  James -   -  Scott  Tibbits, O. D.  Waby, Fred.  j    At a Court    of   Revision held this  .' 10th    day    of   December,    1912,    the  ;above list-was revised, and is hereby  'certified correct.  J H.   E.   BLANCHARD,    **.  ' Acting 'May Dr.  SHUSWAP  & OKANAGAN BRANCH  I  !    Daily trains both  ways from  Sica-  1 mous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  North  bound  read up  (Ar)   1SV00  17.15  16.59  16.44  16.15  15.55  15.30  (Lv) 15.15  JNO.BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  South  bound  read down  10.05 (Lv)  10.46  11.00  11.14     .  11.40  11.58  12.25  12.45 (Ar)  ,w   W. BRODIE  i Gen. Pas. "Agt.  I       Vancouver  STATIONS  Sicamous* Jet  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Larkin  Vernon  Ok.- Landing  ~.M^WyJ& '     .  J/.S; JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor    .  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer    blocks,,, cement    brick, .lawn,  vases,  peer   blocks,   chimney blocks  also lime-ancl cement.  Leave orders early.  '  Enderby, B. O.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER _  (certificate.)     Painter and. Decorator.  1 Box' 74, Enderby."  .BARGAINS���������������������������Prices - net :at -^c'ellaiv  j    door;    delivery   extra: choice No. li-  j - winter' apple's; $1 per .box; 'No. 2s*  80c per box;   box 15c extra!   White"  Potatoes,   75c   sack.     Good   sweet'  cider, 40c   gallon; also celery," ei/h-  i    bage  and    cider    vinegar.   Geo.   R.  1    Lawes, Enderby. '  i The Mara -Musical' and Athletic Association will Jiold an Old Year-  dance in Mara- hall on Friday cvc-.-  ning, Dec. 27th. Gentlemen, "$1;00;  ladies, 50c. A cordial invitation i.s-  extended to Enderbyites to participate.  gaagawrew  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  _'.,^.^x.o-yy^oooo 00000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000 oooooooo^ooooSooooooo??  DEAR SIR OR MADAM:���������������������������  AFTER ..MATURE CONSIDERATION, WE HAVE DECIDED THAT IT WOULD BE TO THE BENEFIT  OUR MANY CUSTOMERS, AS WELL AS OURSELVES, IF OUR BUSINESS WAS RUN ON \ STRICTLY  CASH BASIS.  THERE ARK A GREAT MANY REASONS WHY A CASH BUSINESS CAN BE RUN ON A CLOSER  MARGIN OE PROFIT THAN A CREDIT BUSINESS. ONE OF THE MATN REASONS IS THAT BY SELLING FOR CASH ONLY, A GREAT DEAL OF UNNECESSARY EXPENSE IS AVOIDED.  ALL THE PRICES QUOTED BY THE BIG CATALOGUE HOUSES ARE FOR CASH BEFORE THE  GOODS ARE SHIPPED. NOW, WE ARE PREPARED TO GIVE YOU JUST AS GOOD PRICES ON JUST  THE SAME TERMS. YOU WH.L HAVE THE EXTRA ADVANTAGE OF SEEING THE GOODS BEFORE  YOU BUY THEM.  WI? WILL CARRY A LARGER STOCK THAN EVER BEFORE, AND WILL ENDEAVOR TO SERVE  YOUR WANTS TO YOUR ENTH.E SATISFACTION.  WE BELIEVE THAT A GREAT DEAL OF THE CREDIT BUSINESS IS DONE BECAUSE OF THE  THOUGHT THAT IT IS JUST AS CHEAP TO RUN A BILL AS IT IS TO PAY CASH. AND THIS, TO A  GREAT EXTENT, IS TRUE, WHEN A MIXED CREDIT AND CASH BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED. BUT  IF YOU KNEW THAT YOU WERE SAVING 10 TO 20 PER CENT. BY PAYING CASH, YOU WOULD NOT  RUN A CREDIT ACCOUNT. '  AFTER CAREFUL CONSIDERATION OF ALL SIDES OF THE QUESTION,  WE  HAVE  DECIDED  THAT FROM JANUARY 1st, 1913, OUR BUSINESS WILL BE RUN ON A STRICTLY CASH BASIS, AND  UNDER NO CONSIDERATION WILLGOODS BE SOLD ON CREDIT.  WISHING YOU THE COMPLIIMENTS OF THE SEASON AND THANKING YOU FOR PAST FAVORS  AND ALSO HOPING FOR A CONTINUANCE OF SAME UNDER THE CASH SYSTEM; TO THE MATERIAL BENEFIT OF ALL.  &iw Ltd.  J   /     Enderby  \  fl  ������������������������������������������������������BMBiqpBBtfrfc^^  saa������������������HfflBBS������������������ Thursday, December 26, 1912  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKEK'S w_..j_,im^i  Town and District News in Brief  of People and Things Heard About  T. H. Calder is   spending Xmas in ���������������������������    "Dad"  E.  V. Chambers has opened  Vernon. a job printing   office in Vernon.     It  Miss Beattic   is visiting Kamloops  will be remembered that  "Dad"  was  this week. at one    time    editor   and  then  pro-  Miss  lv.   C.    Campbell   is spending  prictor of the Armstrong Advertiser.  Xmas at Merritt. For fifteen years or more "Dad" was  *   Miss  Rae    is    enjoying  the  school   the  hoafl    nusn    on    the  Advertiser,  holiday visiting friends in Vancouver.   Then fche Poosy bug got busy.     For  many    months    "Dad"  was  "off his  Mrs.   Jas.  Evans and daughter left. feed���������������������������    H(J WflS slow]y fac]ing &w&y  for the coast this week for the holi-Then he Cut the poetry and hied him,.  clays- I self to the farm.     But the smell of  Engineer Harkins, of the Okanagan  printer's ink was too much for him.  Saw Mills-, is spending Christmas inIt drew    him       He couW nofc re_.st  0ttawa" the temptation, and finally overcame  Colin Harvey,    from    the coast, isjit by giving  way to it    He ig nQW  spending Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. F. I once more h ... the charms      hig  .17 /"1 ���������������������������__._-_ I  W. Collin.  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mack, of Vancouver, are spending Christmas week  in, Enderby.  Miss Scott, of Pincher Creek, Alta.  is" spending the holidays with Mrs.  J. L. Gaylord.  Ben Bucliholz left for New Westminster this week, to spend Xmas  with his parents.  first love.     We wish him success.  The special   holiday number oi tlie  Vernon  News    came to han.1  ���������������������������^ji'u&t-  mas    eve.   It   is   a  'J6-p.-j.-e  .���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������. n i ��������������������������� n.  printed  on a   fine  i-uality of  crated  book paper, and is hanlsomely :ilu,_-  trated with views of every section of  the Okanagan,    accomoati'.-.d   lv descriptive matter setting forth tbe advantages of   the Valley.     Thc num-'  Miss Hattie    Johnston  visited En-i0*1" is the largest and finest ever at-  derby  friends  on   Saturday  en  route ; tempted by the News, and is a credit  to her home in Nelson. I not onlv fco the News itself,  but the  I Okanagan as a   whole.      Each   muni-  " Mrs.   Robert    Peel   is   enjoying    a, dpaHty  hag    &n ^.^  ^  visit from hrr mother, Mrs. Nevin, of |voted ^ fche    ind,]stries ^ ^^  Rosedale, this winter.        , |ages Qf the    ^^    The n,,mberis  .-r Postmaster Harvey reports this the j sufficiently attractive to make it a  heaviest holiday season the postoffice j treasured Christmas gift from the  has ever experienced. , famous   Okanagan    Valley,    ancl   as  "SalesmanagerT.   M.  Lewis,  of the |such [t is beinS widely circulate:!.  The Mara Musical and Athletic Association    will   hold   an     Old  Ye-r  Miss    Nicholson,    of    Calgary,    is! dance in Mara   hall    on Friday eve:  spending the holiday season with her; ning,    Dec.   27th."   Gentlemen,  $1;00*  -sister, Mrs. E. A. Taylor/ ���������������������������-    j ladies, 50c.      A cordial invitation  is  "  " ',��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� I extended  to    Enderbyites to partici-  .,-We will give    away our 1913 calen-!     te  rdarS'Vto-valircustomers," between Xmas  most was the alacrity which characterized the serving of refreshments  by the Boy Scouts. After this was  finished, the Scouts handed to all the  ladies (125 in number) dainty greeting cards wishing the compliments of  the season. Then to cap it all, the  Scouts gathered on the floor and  gave throe rousing cheers for the  ladies, which was reponded to by  three heartier cheers being given for  the Scouts. Scoutmaster Campbell  in a few words thanked all in attendance for their cordial support of  the Scouts.  Poultry Raising in the Enderby  District Gives Profitable Returns  HELD THE GOODS TOO LONG  Writing in the Enderby section of  the special holiday number of the  Vernon News on Poultry Raising in  the Enderby District, Mr. H. E.  Waby says:  "Our motto for years has been  "poultry for profit, prizes and pleas-  are." Note the order in which the  above words are placed, then yo.u  will understand the. reason why the  j writer was called upon to give an  article on this subject. We find  poultry raising in the Okanagan can  provide a good margin of profit",  either as a side-line or as a business.  "We ourselves came to British Co  In the small debts court, on Saturday, E.  T.    Cusson   & Co.,  of Mon-  . , .   -,    ,,    ,r       , "e   ourselves came   lo   criusn   *Jo-  treal,  sued P. H. Murphy to recover  ,     , ���������������������������       ._. ���������������������������-���������������������������  . .  ,  ���������������������������<.q,L   -,-:���������������������������,-. ._ v. .... ...!    lumbaa  with    some 250  birds of  our  $63.75, claimed to be due on a ship- Lv       ,       ,      ._        ,  t.    ,      r. ���������������������������  ->  ... ... y   three breeds:  Barred Rocks, Buff Or  ment of cigars wliich were sent here  some time in  1909.'  The cigars  were  pingtons and S. C. Brown Leghorns.  Coming   as . we   did from Manitoba,  not up to   standard and Mr. Murphy j ,���������������������������!,,_-.��������������������������� t   a , u  -.���������������������������*��������������������������� ~,i 4.    i        4-v. mu I where feed w.������������������s very cheap, we natur-  refused to keep them.   They were re-1   ���������������������������\ ,      ,       . ,,       ' ,,  L  J ally    wondered    whether it could  be  turned to Montreal without being un  made to    pay    and bu/all our fee;!.  .-   ���������������������������i,~,.      Tjr , .. ,   1"aa'c   i-v    pay     au\i   ijuj,   an   our teei.  packed.   However, eleven months had  Wa or,Q 0    ,������������������������������������������������������      .       '      ...   ..  r.i r.    i i  l lv.    a l     ,        .      -i We are so well    pleased with the re-  elapsed between the date of receipt of  _,���������������������������.+_. +l, l ,���������������������������    , ...    _,,._���������������������������   .  .. , ,    ,,   . . ,    i suits that we have this fall mstoBed  the goads   and   their    return to the  ting the telephone company to  build and operate telegraph lines in  the county of Yale.  The request of the Penticton council was considered favorably, and a  motion ' endorsing the Penticton action was passed  by the council.  The finance committee reported the  following accounts, and they were ordered paid:  Bank   of Montreal,  coupon.....'?   15.00  R.   N.   Bailey,  exp.  conveying prisoners to Vernon     ..'...."..-.      3.05  Okanagan   Saw  Mills,  Ltd      32.18  C.   W.  Wellington,  refund  road  tax     2.00  Jas.    McMahon        2.00  R.   Bailey,   wages  for  Dec      20.10  R. Dale, cordwood       10.00  R.  Blackburn       n.oo  W.  H. Hutchison,  bills...".      18.00  R. Chadwick.:       2.00  R. N. Bailey, wages for Dec... 75.00  Union Bank of Canada, coup. 135.00  Ladies Auxiliary  grant        25.00  >*?  I,  j-  it  .Okanagan  Saw    Mills,  is on  a business trip to the coast.  Iff^and-New-Years..    J. W. Evans-ftSon  '' jyz?<Zi    .  " "  '"'!��������������������������� Jf--C.'- Hogg    ancl'   R.    C.    Attenborough-left    for Calgary on  Saturday  on    a *-combined*   business    and  * pleasure trip  A CLOUD ON XMAS'-'JOYS 7i  . The joys "of Christmas week in Enderby   were' darkened-en Monday by  the death of Ralph; the eldest son of  |Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Murdock, at the  Mine , Host    Murphy,   of  the  King j Cottage -Hospital.     The young man  .   Edward, is supplying exauisite menu j was the "pride   of -'the home, 8nf he  souvenirs with his Christmas dinner j also held a warm place~*in the', hearts  this (Wednesday) evening. "   |of a host of friends in the district.  Mrs.     A    Paradis   has     opened a!    He Was UP *o    within a few weeks  dressmaking,    cleaning,   pressing   an* T ago the    embodiment    of health and  shippers,  they having been stored ink������������������������������������������������������0/,      -p.,    ,    ,.  R��������������������������� ,. ���������������������������        . ,.    ���������������������������.      ���������������������������, house.     This lrn't a  novice's super-  the liquor cellar of the King Edward     . ,, .      ... _  _ A,  .    ,������������������.-_.,, abundance of enthrsiasm, hut the re  in Mr.   Murphy s    absence by one of _lllf    , .,        w ,    ,     .    '  n,��������������������������� i,���������������������������i������������������       a   a ' i       iu      ��������������������������� lsult of 15 years' steady exnenence in  the help.      And when the cigars were'.   .,,,,��������������������������� .      nAnft . ...  r-ci-���������������������������^���������������������������  14.      \t    l     i    _.,.., I handling up    to    1000    birds at  one  returned    to    Montreal,   thc  original ! +���������������������������  shippers refused to accept them, and      ,,,���������������������������      ������������������������������������������������������ _, .       y _  Lhov ���������������������������.ono        ,,    .- ,     ,-'. Ui We will    give the reiser n  few of  they were    sold    to pay the freight.      -��������������������������� ,      ,   . _. _.  ,  T���������������������������ri���������������������������mD-.4. ���������������������������-.    +U   - ���������������������������        ���������������������������   iour reasons    for ten's: sntisfiel with  Judgment in    the   case was given in I ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.,..        ?.     ., _.  f������������������������������������������������������ ^    cm a. o ���������������������������    il    ..',     conditions 'in   the  sunny  Okanagan.  favor ,of Cusson & Co., owing to the ���������������������������, '        _._._. ,   *  5 We mention the word fv-nny w th ex  a new 30-lnr-t incuhator and brooder  Ender������������������y  Brass Band,   grant...     25.00  The McLean Pub.  Co.  G. Rosoman,  cash  disburse  3.00  8.17  CURLING AFTER CHRISTMAS  goods havin; been held so long be  fore being returned.-to the shippers.  Mr.  Murphy gave notice ,of appeal.  tra stress, as    all who have had experience in' poultry nisin^ will i-n-\v  Curlingis slow in commencing this  season. But it is ho fault of the  curlers nor the ice expert on'the job.  To commence curling you must have  ice, and to make ice requires cold  weather. This season we " have not  had enough    cold weather to make a  the val-e of sunny conditions. Here good bottom. To attempt to-curl  we have very little cloudy, wet we- with0uf a good bottom is like tak-'  ther.   (.rpBs hoppers and bugs of all ing a   Tom   an(i    Jerry _without the  NOT A DAY OF JOY FOR ALL    I, .   ,        .._._"._.. "     -    ���������������������������.- lhB  a    iuui    turn    jerry witnout the  Happy   on   Christmas   Should" unc'J" wihirhf, fowl thrive on, are here jerry. -.  The membership &" the* local  lemember the Suffering     .        ln ^"^nce;    lots of lime in parts; club now numbers 35; the skips'have'  n^X-Z..   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������_.:.   !!:" rX*"*30" Ca7 ]X had' and: bee������������������ **������������������* and Mr. Rodie is making-  repairing room   in her home on Russell street, near George.  budding   manhood,    and was ever to  be found    at    work with father and  .brother in making    improvements on  Howard Mohr,    of    t*e  Armstrong the   farm    purchased    adjoiningHhe'  Advertsier,     is " spending   Christrrj.s jRobert   Wa,ddeU    ranch home;   Sorae  with the old folks and forgetting the ; weeks agQ he    caught & severe c.ld>  troubles ,of a printer-editor. iwhich wag followed  by a slight con.  Mr.    Oliver    Harvey,    the    pioneer, gestion of the lungs.     Later serious  merchant    of   Enderby,   now    of t^e complications developed  which ripid-  coast, is soending the holidays with(ly grew    worse.     The seriousness tff  Enderby's postmaster an:l family.        j his condition   was not realized -unti'  v.     n   .r   iv. ������������������ 4.     4        ^ t        4.u   ihe was -3uitc beyond medical aid. He  ==Mr���������������������������Er=V.=Moff et-retu rn ed^=from=the+        . , ���������������������������   L    .,'������������������������������������������������������;.���������������������������      TT      ,l~,"  ,   ,T     . . .  , I was brought to the Cottage Hospital  coast Monday morning,  accompanied;,'  .   ��������������������������� ..  . .    ,      ..       ,..     -, ... ,     .   Hast Friday morning, and every care  by his daughter, Miss Esther, who is:   .       ,.      _._..."    _.._. _    ,  ..       , ,,        .   .., .   ,       given him, but his condition gradual-  soending  her college holidays at her    -  Enderby home.  Those  Remer    "    " :     ?ord  ?rv"elly soi' .can  fe had, and, been chosen and Mr' Rodie "is* making  "It's Christmas time,, friend! What one of the mort ��������������������������� Itnnorf nt of.,all strenuous ice-makikg^oiS"^"5-  will you do about Jt?" asks L. D. | cheap feeds, clo-er and alfalfa, will that is necessary to :get the-gam^' V-  Stearnsin Suburban,Life, "Mothers! _gr0w,.in abundance.' All the different, moving i&--a-. day 'or*two-of tern X  Aunties! ..You" who.love to see your j poultry! foods and supplies", are car-' weather. The following -^have" b^n" * *7  babies bend, - crooning- -softly, over ried in stock; beef scrap, ground.bone named , as skips':"'Messrs'"- Mu"rDhv���������������������������- "  their family of dolls,^with that grave Jand grain of every des-rintion "can. be Scott Taylor-' Williams -_Kpith'V '-'  little smile of dawning motherhood | bought,, so that the Vreeder does not' Mack' Johnstone ������������������nH'PH^:" '���������������������������'��������������������������� 7 '  flitting tenderly .over their faces, just want. for anv nf t_,-������������������ f^.H^VWi ' ml    Jonnstone' and p."nce     - *:   ..  within a stone's throw of babies "who \*ti ������������������   ,? Y ������������������ f?Vo"t* ratlons-"     The skips'met. Wednesday-mornin-   -"  have no dolls, and the mother heart jAt ttnfle">y . *e-������������������ have a larjje grist: and  the ..following rinks were draWn-  beats in their bosoms" just as it does;mi11 which'frin.-'s a well-balance;!, r-i-i    Murphy,   skip���������������������������Calder   ,r Hogg '  'nY  in  that of  your own. - sheltered ~dar- j tion that we find'gives very'good' re-! Reeves.  '        '"--'-     '"'"-    -    '~~~'   '  lings;  but their faces .are grave,-and  suits.  sharp and old; and little drawn, white  lines show about their mouths;. and  their eyes are not like the eyes of  your children. The other day, a baby  opened its eyes for the-first time  on this old earth;, but in the home "was  no stove, no bit of warmth,' no" food���������������������������  almost no clothes! On another street,  in the midst of plenty.-.-a woman,' with  two small babies toddling.'about, the  father out hunting for work, cries���������������������������  with red lids: 'We've not a dollar in  the house, and nothing to eat!' Oh,  mothers���������������������������oh, adoring aunties���������������������������life  isn't made up of just prayers and sit  Williams,    skip���������������������������Rodie,   Fra'.el' aii:  ly became worse until the end came  The young   man   was a member of  Friday's   school    closing    exercises  Enderby troop, B. C. Horse, and the  wero made the more enjoyable by the j funeral was conducted by the officers  receipt of four boxes of oranges from 'and  members    of   thnt organization,  School    Trustee    Taylor    to  be dis-'burial taking place Wednesday after-  -tributed-among the children.   ���������������������������'  The Fulton Hardware Company  will discontinue the mixed credit and  cash business, commencing with 1913.  After January   1st all goods will be  noon -from-the-Presbyterian"church.  A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR  "Prices to re obtained for'eggs anl rBarrows.     ,-        '-,--,      "> -rO^-ii,--.  poultry,   of course, enter mco a  dis-.j   *Mack,   skip-Bellamy,    VTheefw'i&U  cussion   of    this    kind.      We  usually \ Stowards. -*      ,      -    ��������������������������� ; ''vil'.^/t'i^^ij  average about 30c to 32c a dozen for      Taylor,    skip-kills,:  Big'hk'mnnd^  eggs  the    year    around.     For  three   Pyman.'}" "~ ."   '"   '/��������������������������� - ~W;% i/y  months this year we were offered 3Pc , Johnstone,,;skip-oiani;iV/dlke^Iiil'v5  per pound for spr"n *��������������������������� chie'ern or I Maundrell.,7 -.' . .-' '���������������������������/ <y '��������������������������� Xutf 77-  broilers. We have reneatedly 'raisrf| - Keith, skip-Morton;- "Christie 'ahd?^  spring    chickens    to three pounds at.Peel. -'     \ .-  '//:-  ten  weeks    of    are;    $1.05 every ten      Scott,  skip.- Attenborough,   Byrnes"  ���������������������������vee-s-not so bad, is it? ,      and La Forge.'  ting reverently    in  church," ke^g  .ood^eeLg   "tock^R n r ^ '" L f^���������������������������' *ki*~DaXtcr'  Crawf>rd anl  one day in  the week holy!    There's   " breeding:    stock.   Bmkhnps  are   Stevens  a  tryst   to   keep   with, life that  is _..._.     -e procured cheaper here than in* the j than at Enderby, and the Free Press  p_r ai rie^p r o v.in ees .^=  1 ^ * fl  spelled in rrany, many ways, if you'd  _make_.it__complete."  uot an exnensive item, as lumber can j    The    weather   is   colder at Fernie  j-.'f  I  The Boy Scouts and  Scoutmasters  .of Enderby troop, covered themsel"e������������������  marked on a cash basis, and sold for j with  glory    at    their secon(, nnn���������������������������a,  cash to all comers.  dance held in    the Opera House last  Chas. P. Calder left for his homejFri(1ay evening. The affair was a  in Sault Ste Marie, Mich., the past j financial success as well as a social  week to spend Christmas.     There are  success.      It    was the hest attended  eight brothers to meet in a family  reunion with the old folks. He will  be absent two or three weeks.  The Sunday School children oft the  Presbyterian church, enjoyed their  Christmas ride last Friday afternoon,  after which they were entertained by  the officers and teachers of the Sunday School in the basement of the  church.  The Methodist Sunday School will  hold a Xmas tree entertainment on  Friday evening, Dec. 27th, at 7.30.  A cantata "The Story of the Star"  will be rendered by the scholars of  the school. A cordial invitation is  extended to all.  FOUND���������������������������A pocket book. Anyone  describing same and contents may  have it on paying for this ad. Apply  Postoffice window, Enderby.  dance of the season, and certainly  no dance could be better handled or  more heartily enjoyed. Every little  detail looking to the comfort of the  guests was looked after, even to the  placing of large easy chairs in the  balcony for the comfort of those not  dancing, and at the card tables. The  music was up to the high standard  always produced by the Enderby orchestra, and the 'floor in the best  of condition.  The hall decorations consisted of  green and white bunting and lights  of the same color, artistically bung  to give a subdued and refined effect.  On the stage, Electrician Mann had  improvised a camp-fire that was  realistic ancl most pleasing.  The gowns of the ladies in attendance were deserving of special comment.     But the feature that pleased  A Christmas'Time Saver  To save the minutes on Christmas  eve and leave time for the many  things that are bound to come up,  shut off from the children one room  in the house suitable tor the tree a  couple of weeks before Christmas, and  gradually acumulate there all decorations and presents. The tree can be.  trimmed a (lay or two before the holi-.  "day, "and the" presents wrapped" more  quickly and easily because they are  all in one place. The children, too,  will enjoy the mystery that centers  around an inaccessible room.���������������������������Housekeeper.  Christmas   Presents  'I thought it better to get you something useful," said Mr. Dobb to hia  wife, "so I have bought you a couple  of good brooms for your ChrintmaB  present."  "That was  very thoughtful of you,  my dear," replied Mrs. Dobb.   "I share  your ideas, and have bought a good;      m, ���������������������������    --.-4.      /-.        -..,,..  strong  coal-scuttle  for  you   to  carry      The    Glty    C:,unci1   held  their last  up coals from the cellar in."' meeting of 1912, on  Monday evening  to close up the year's business.  Acting Mayor Blanchard was in the  chair,   and    Aldermen Peel,  Johnson,  ������������������������������������������������������,������������������������������������������������������ Barnes ancl  Keith present.  Miss Pert-Well,   vou  will  be    The Council   heard  a ret������������������uest fronT  >:the  Municipality  of  Penticton  asking  Sapleigh���������������������������I shall   never have  the courage to propose to a girl,  1-tells=or-the=starting*=o"f**h'ostilitie'������������������=iir=  "We ha-e had some of the bestjegg j the -coal    town:       "The  curlers tore  recrnls    here,     beating  anything' we , into  the. first game en Tuesday eve-  could make  in    Manitoha.   Wc think I ning  with    great    joy.   Curling is* a  the  climate,   and,  probably,   the clo-' fine game.     Some men play it like it "'  ver range has a lot to do with  this. ; was a game of patience, the patience-  Whiie we do    not    1-elie e    in telling   being    exhibited   by the players who.  oeople a fortune can be made out of   wait while the shot is germinating in  '00 hens in three years,  nt the same   u skip's mind.       If the shot usually  ti"1^_^Ieile. is.a_ili-i?_rI.CI,!J'n qf .profit. camc_within_a_.jiiarter_secticn of-the ���������������������������  in  the    Enderby    district at present   place where   it was calculated  to go  prices .of feed, and the prices paid for.it  would    not    he  so  trying 0n   the '  egj;s and  fowl.       For    instance,   we j sweepers and    spectators.      It is the  figure U.fi-i to $1.80'per hen pur year, linn  belief of every  man  in  the rink  year feed cost.      A   good  hen  should j that he could   have skipped a better  lay at least 12   do/en eggs per year;   game than the man in charge."  -12 dozen    eggs    at    30c���������������������������?3.00���������������������������for  eggs  alone    at    store  prices,   saying  nothing    of    increase    or   fancy  and  hreeding stock sold as breeders or exhibition  birds.  f  ft  LAST MEETING OF OLD YEAR  saved one disappointment in life''. .   -     -    -- - ���������������������������  anvwav. Mr.   Sapleigh. -'Boston ithemto endorse   a resolution passed  Transcript' Xy the Penticton.council,  asking the  * ���������������������������'���������������������������     - '.-.������������������������������������������������������ .Provincial    Government to  refuse to  Are your city taxes paid ? Don't grant the Okanagan Telephone com-  forget that all taxes not paid on or pany telegraph privileges in the Yale  before Dec. 31st will immediately af- district, as well as telephone privi-  ter' that date begin to bear interest. ', leges wliich the company already has.  Sheaf Wheat, 2c per sheaf; oat hay xt seems that the Okanagan Tele-  bailed, $10 per ton; timothy hay for 'phone Company is asking the privi-  sale.     G. Murdock, Grindrod. le#e of amending its charter, permit-  GOVERNMENT  BULLETINS  No. 7.-Flax.  No. 8.���������������������������Feeding farm animals.  No. 20.���������������������������Varieties    of    fruit recommended.  (Revised.)  No.  25.���������������������������Orchard  cleansing.  No. 28.--Production of eggs.  No.  29.���������������������������Poultry    industry    on  the.'  Pacific Coast.  No. 30.���������������������������Guide to bee-keeping in  British Columbia.  No. 34.���������������������������Fruit trees and  black-spo  canker.  No. 35.���������������������������The place and purpose of  family life.  No.  36.���������������������������The preparation  of  food.  No. 37.���������������������������The preservation of food.  No. 38.���������������������������The construction  of, silos.  No. 39.���������������������������Natural and artificial incubation and brooding.  No. 40.���������������������������Alfalfa.  No. 4.1.���������������������������Labor-saving devices in the  household.  Applications for bulletins should lie  addressed to the Secretary, Department of Agriculture, Victoria, B. C.  See the lino of folding couches just  received by the Poison Furniture Co. !'.V 1'U.K^S AN!) AVALJ\1*,K"S VM'.L.KLY  Tnursclay, December 26, J9J2.  .-/-  Il   -  li  -f /���������������������������������������������__* lOfWWWn MBMK  Flit CHURCH MOUSt OHRISIivIAS hJUiwAh*J-i.  "I *.  I  ^r--jp^  'V  I lulu I*  will  = t- od   in the d<'-> ft d  .. i - try   (,f   tin-  c'uii-i h.   -uc  ii..:  i-.u-li oiii.-I* angri y i"t  'he Mist linie   ������������������ .heir u  <;-..  Tin n sucid'uily .1- rot s-w p.  diamond   from  lho  th.'id  linger  o  ](*!'���������������������������  ' tin'! and lu-lil   i iorth     " V  u  oblige  mc  by   taki.ig   ihis  bi.t k  sl.i- said   bitlnirly.  Ho stood "looking into h- v oy.-*-,  grow int: grayer of lac as li-; saw li  stubbori! a i:.-* (���������������������������*���������������������������>��������������������������� thai i"'-po .���������������������������(! ^ thi .  thom. "Which n onus i: a our (���������������������������::-  gagement i.s t roken, and t'.iai I u'ay  not hop'- for its renewal,'" he vi p 'u l  very 'ow.  For  an   ip:--*.ant   thoir   gaze   mot   a  th.- <rlU'(.r'r;_i  thine, lightly  hod   w .-,  pas.ing  t'rr.in   hand   t_o  land;   th: n  a  a   p'*o| firing   for  Christ-  ti.i.s - - tno. (.ood . s  I.i'.(n\K I v> isl.t I wi.S "��������������������������� u  Christiriis doings , in'  me no t.-.o:v. .-.li I . s  becauso I was a b..!*.i ia y: . C.i g  to oat to-iii .rroiv. wh ui '..app ;i t,  bo Chnst.ni. s. tin. Ho i_h i w s p. u  paring  for ti.at day  a  . |> -_ial."  Hetty Giocn sighed a. s,io p.-u: 'I  tho pio, in iho oven, i.iul pt.ll- d a  kitolion chair up btsii'.o the stove Th  now neighbor, who had hut recent.;,  moved into town, and who know nothing of Dotty's history, had just lo t.  With tho ('h:*i.-,imas .-pfrt e\e yw. urj  sho had tlio:.gin of course thai !3?uy  Was preparing a feast for the day.  "Now,  if  Jim    hadn't   i.��������������������������� ��������������������������� \t_r  tailed  tienc  j  -���������������������������od   it   and   boforo  his   grp'away  on   lhat   water logs d   o.d  bi.d  h v..ni<> :-.-ci;ro thore was t...: sli-, !Ann,  as  ho did  a-going on   four  \ ary  y a:*  of a i/orvous linger ai:d with a fi.ikk- ago, I guess 1 could iia\e Ijton pre  the ring foil u])3n tho iron _*ra in g ' paring for Christmas liko ot.or folks,  on the floor register. F.-intly they ; Jf thero 'hadn't been Hl b:>e'.y efse, .Jim  hoard it g-j bounding far dawn th ! and me could of enjoyed "ciirislm .s,  metal   pipe-  v.h'oh  led  to  th ���������������������������  fi.r.-.a-...,  .and thon  maybe the re el a  been so ,.e-  N\  bilow, each  supposing  it  lc  in tho flamrs and no '  k;:-:-.-.-ii!i:   I'-ia'   in   its  fall by some    tra* r;a  fate  it   had   boarded  ihroi'gh a ��������������������������� ma" '* le  in tho.jiipp a:**d now jS^r-^-Ji i  \  ,yy\  zr-.Ay Y'-"J  f-ry.-yb-S'Zr *y  lav  nunc st  bish of the  <h .re!:'. g/^,$%������������������  basonioiu.      for   au    ffi&M-'itf ���������������������������  WW  instant     ire     g rl s  eyes   soften d.   t':������������������i  hardened   again   and  she      turnoo      ilv'-iii  aside. I'pcn '.he Ho t  in   a  co nor   of   th?  room     the     1 i t.-t I e  church    mouse    was  sitting  upon  it.i'hauncues,    and    rb.c*  nodded towards him.   *'To be renev.el  when   'he   lilir-   church   mouse   bii  g-:  it back  to  me," she return d  ccldiy.  They turned   their backs upon each  other and   walked  away.  A week passed, and ihe 'itt'.e cliur h": jie-J  mouff- pr'cwfing about in the da ' n    s  of    the    basement.    :-aw    some"h n  throrgh "the gloom that glit e o:l ��������������������������� vo:i  - inore bright/y than/did his own cyts.  Cautiously.,  hungrily,  .he  a p''oiu'"o.  it, smelt of, it. .felt of it win hV gr .y  whiElcors. thon stood it up bo'ore h m.  Its glitter fascinated h'm.   Surely   his  glistening  tirng about  the  size'of  a  kprnel  of  corn   must be g-od   to  e  t  and"Ik. tried   his sharp teeth upon  it  Vei'gpnw as  ho would,  he  co"*'d  ii".t  even .otar-h it. and nt last he dici:! d  that   it   wa?  only  go-id. to  play  wi h  He was a li'^'e thing, and lal   stir o.  as are all  church mice, so it  camo t> -  pass that  it   was  not long br.f..ro  he  had   worked   his     head     and   foicl'g-.  through' it  rnd   was   running     a hint  with   it end-fling his  middle., a  very  small   crcatore   wearing    a " d atnonl  saddle'with a go'd girth.    It. was   ui  for a time, brt  he sonn became t'i*e'  of   it  a'-d   tr'.-d   to    ca-vl    on'      t'o  could  tip;.     n.eeo::iing  p-'ni-  st i keu  body else���������������������������somebody  what just about i  now would a  heon  likit g .colls or ti.1.  ears,  and   if _j .lln.   aiu.  nu.-  w.juld  a  boon having a Christmas tree :'or tha. :  s o in e b o d y I  and we'd bo  a having th:.  best Chris t-  mas in all  South Cove.  "My. how 1  did try to  keep .1 i :u  from saili g  in that Mary  A n n. A n y-  b o d y wlia' -.!  k n e w ab.-i.t  ships kno^v  ���������������������������she wasn't fit  to go to sea  in. but. .Jim  says it's- '.h_  o n 1 y ber.ii  ik-ly o  get, and taking it woi id  m o a n " o u r  marrying j- rt  that mu .Ii  sooner a n I  tho Mar/ A: i  or    Jim    ain t  There's no need to point  out the advantages of  good roadj.  ' It used to be that there was little choice.  Macadam for tlie country and smaller cities was  thc only material used. Then, twenty years  ago concrete was introduced. And for these  twenty years concrete has been proving  itself.  It is now acknowledged to bc one of the  best known materials for roads or for street  pavements���������������������������to be as far superior to ordinary  m.icadam a> macadam is superior to sand.  Estimating the-Cost.  It is not the first cost of a road that determines it's ri a! cost; nor is it the first six months  of sci'vic..' that determines whether it's a good  road or a poor one.  The only sure way to fine! out what a road  has cost, is to add to the first cost all that is  spent for repairs in fifteen or twenty years.  Now, that's where concrete roads win  every argument���������������������������their first cost is practically  their Only cost;   chey require little oi" no upkeep  s  The kind of good road,  however, is another  matter.  cost.     Concrete,   instead   of   needing  repair,  actually becomes stronger with age.  How You Can Help.  You can help your community to come to  a urise decision the next time thc question of  roads comes "up. Your influence will be a  factor in providing yourself and your neighbors  with thoroughly satisfactory h ghways.  We wish to convince you first���������������������������we know  that when you are "backed up" with facts  which we will gladly ftrnish you, you will be  able to convince your neighbors.  Make it your business  to get these facts.  Wc have a  special department which will  not only give you the facts, but will also        ;  supply valuable assistance to any com- /  mini ity desiring to   build   concrete  roads.  / I  '     I  /  Ask for  Literature "  coupon.  Good   Roads  or   use   the  /  /  /  Address ���������������������������Good Roads-Department,  Canada Cement Company, Ltd., Montreal  /  /      Please  / send mc  t h c    facts  about concrete  highways.  S  /  /  /  \neczrarT?*z*-'-> ���������������������������������������������*���������������������������"��������������������������� _.���������������������������-v.���������������������������('������������������-y*^������������������������������������������������������������������������*l***-*, ***��������������������������� "t������������������������������������' ���������������������������  of practical captivity before he could  | get back to a seaport. ..  "And now," ho said, "T am borne to  claim   my -Christmas  bride." ���������������������������="  , "And , I have "our. Christmas baking  done,'-'  said  Betty. '     '���������������������������      Z.-  WRIGHT   A.   PATTERSON  :y/,i/'Z/^/';s/Zvi'-hm mvjosimas gift  ho  fied   f:.n.nMo.iI  V//^S_  >^*p ^  y&i  /  ^_?"jc^  #\  ���������������������������\LO-a_-������������������  c������������������rU;\   ^J  t*p   tho stalls.  ..Ja?*et,    alono    and  very unhappy, sat in  her     pew     at     th������������������  Christmas     niori.'i'j:  j-orvioe.       It     -v\-    s  rather  chilly  in   the  .���������������������������In;rob and she f-l:p-  ~jiT"iT ~rlT^'_lTTTffi=nTftTT  l*fi* innfT.    Then <-h  r - vo     a   gi'Tt.     !') ���������������������������  wi'lrn   it   <-!v-  ���������������������������   !-   ;���������������������������  s- ;���������������������������" ;i ! I.     hi  n  iili'i;:  t! i' i, 'a w i;! i :- ���������������������������) ��������������������������� i m ��������������������������� i, i, r ���������������������������  nevor bron iioa'd rf -rir.ee =ho  * ft   ha  South j-'.mu-.'ca pace to go uaind  t.iu  Horn on her way u Ciiini. '  Tho    brig'.it     eyos  of   ldty   Green  wore-   wet   wi'h   tears  as   ^he  opuind  iht*  his:  ailed to return in time fc:* th - \ e.--  diiiK whio'.i Mt cty had ro carifu. y  propane! for fvtir years a?c;���������������������������. wedding w'aieh was to lv; the big evc.it  of tho Christmas seiison at S' uf'  Cove- -..he   had   had   a   lonesome   life  Two months after the Christina-  that vas to havo boon .'"'elf's v c:!-  dinjr f!ay he.r au; d f.lhor had" b o  carried fo \'m- villago eonute y. kav  inK her all afuno in tho world; w'ith no  other- roiatives. ami with no friend;  except those nt Fouii C'ovo Bo ty r.'-  mained in t'.ip little fisli'n^ to.v:i in  which sho had been b.rn nearly tw n-  ty-sr-vi n y< ars ago.  With tho b.::.i:._; linifh(d. Pc:lv lef  September, 17 ���������������������������  E SAIL to-morrow.      r  1      am      devotedly  ' thankful   to   dad   to)*  insisting lhat niotl.e:*  talco  me  away   for a  -  Mr.   and   .Mrs.     Field.     I'lieiuls     n  mother's, gave, a dinner fer ti .,   Mr .  Harmcn  v as* ni  of the jrur-ts.- Sh '  looks i*i*iuc:h bet- '���������������������������'  in     r*e    even n  gown thin in he *  strret srits:    n ' |  nearly  ko fo   sy !  and lho rouse n ��������������������������� i  hor c!:eeks   c'ro"- '  n't sho-,\ at n'._!i- |  I     was.    .Tip r< d';  wl������������������e:i   t.ictf:- r   i - ;  !* cZ^rt cl     mo     t -. .|  lr r   to   ro-- '-���������������������������>'��������������������������� " ,'  C a r 1 ' s     I'r l-c'i  f:-i"-d.   Fho i   h s ;  :i is !  mm  mMkmm  OF ' CAiv^aA"  P.-Id-nn Capital, Kcsm'eF'Mid Cf! f'7C ftf)(i  v^G00,C00  ami U.riiivMcd l������������������ruiils (Over)  Total Anscts (Ov&v)     ^^^i  cousin, but: she    has     i ed  i i  sii" ���������������������������   -ni.  wa-. h lift 'e   .in.  AVe had a lovely ta k.    She to cl - o  all  about her  recent   vsi; to  C nac'a  and how gord  Carl had  been  in t k-  a* s wo will rea ain a year., ,ng hor about_  1  liko her now  that  ! know her.   .  She says Car] was porfccly m scr-  .   , , able over avgirl hc was in love wiMi,  Africa���������������������������aiiywncre,  as   far  ttway   lrcra : wuo had  u0,,e aj)roa(1  for tho winter.  Aloiurtal as pcssidle. -Mother .ays i ni j She   did   not  know   UlG   gIl.rs   name>  silly   littic   lovesick  g.n;   biu   cad ; j  b]ushec*)   furiously   when  .he  spoke  | of it.  lovesick, i     That wa8  Suil(-iay_    We liavo sern  while.   Per:  1 hope it m: y bj ten. I hale Ca a.ia  and loathe i.aiilax, and *want to live  'the rest ol n.y li.e in lflurope���������������������������Asia������������������������������������������������������  U   silly   littic   lovesick  g.n;   bu  thinks  i  need  a  change..  .I'm not sillvr���������������������������and I'm nol  Save Time WJsen -  Yob ������������������j2lmy-:-.  by r.-inying on yor.r banking by  mail. Just mail i:s your cle-iosiLs,  or yonr chejuc.; avIk-ii yon want  to wiliK.r.iw money.  We give p^ecir.l attention to  business httiuie.l in this way; and  will be *_,l;:cl to have you make  use of our .service.  T  ol;-; tati'y  **' ii!  a n it  i "i  no  S'i  i  s > i!  t ������������������    it;  a1*  abort it.    '  hand,    anc:   -is  s--h(. *-'it"  cll'M-'-h   '!'0-'--|.   lK,|i-!f.(i   out   < f   th  and !���������������������������' ,**: j "i d .������������������������������������������������������vav I a* in  :���������������������������''".'.'.'. I- f .'_ _1l y . ['.;.-.! .- _' i  lt ,o:,,,i. I: " a-* Itm* ci t;"ir:������������������-m-' .':':;  '-''" ! i*-t . ���������������������������' all to lt'Hvu he: |.- .,  .''ui' i *-'"p; . d into the v������������������������������������si i v nion  h"i'  ua:   oi"      fv -k  wa-  ������������������t!ir!;!'n ���������������������������   he  lling cloibos she had avished so mu. li  oaro upon lour yoars ago. Thos2  clothes and the laded |:lutogi*aph of  dim Busby on hor bur.au were ; 11  that wore leit hoi* of lv.r rom: n o.  Willi tlii'sc k!io would sp.Mid hor  Ciirist*.!"!.'-  eve,  would  live ovor ttgtiin  \\���������������������������   _     _   _  Ai-c! .'Mn jMrtildJ.c.  That   w(,nld   bo  hor  tore   ii    wi-.. ow  l'"'k'i!:_* (-.'(!��������������������������� r   '.  with     lii-jw]  layoi* nf  fa;<���������������������������  '   M������������������      (1,  'I'.'l'l      ll   '  < i-lcs .'ilti and ! h- ��������������������������� a \  finp'p' :;- iha' lay ;;. iii-  ��������������������������� i l*r a 'hi-ii hlin. ii ,l;;pg  " i'h 'hi' old exi ro sion  ������������������������������������������������������ \ sii woll. Soft'y sho  !:nd into Irs ow ri, and m  i n'.'y  cIom (1   iiboin   i(   h"  i n-  ll������������������T  hard,  round  and  t  ���������������������������-i-M*-'p.    Ili> raised  ���������������������������.���������������������������au' ment ni'tx  r third i.-ft lini:  eliuroh  ^>-  ���������������������������r.  had   a   r    .  ' lie    (!'" 'I    !  I!  eye;; J'l|i.  'Ml    fit     hi' I  which   i".   I  slipp' il mollis    IlllL'ers    :  frdt   sntii'.lhi  illar wit'-in  !i  band.    Th" - <  --������������������������������������������������������j'l.eirc" <!  "The lini,.  IllOU.-e       tM- muMt        it  back to ;.*f. l.is'on  while I tel' .-.-,] *��������������������������� She  .-aid drav. i _^ ;t i rifle  closer, l-'i r ;, ii o  ment hor \oi o niur-  miiri d.  "Is it no* w -i'i!o"-  ful!" she e\ -!;ii |)f d.  half awed, as she  finis-hod. Mis oyes  lightened.  "Wonderful., dear!  It, is far iiioi'i: than  that. It is a mi.-.'iol-  of His Spirit wrou.-ht  upon His day- -iiis  token of love everlasting and that, oven wi  gotten."  Tightly  iws arms closed about, hor.  HARRY   IRVING  GREEN  his own    yjy  th" court in:: dfy  tbeVo'wiih hor."  Christmas.  With oaro sho took oadi garment  from its wrappings iu tho b. ii an  drawer and hm*. ad tlv m on the b d.  The |.'i*eity weddiim i|**o.-*s whieh  Sarah Clover h"d Ivlpul lier n ak ���������������������������  ���������������������������--yes. she vr.n'd put it on to-night  just as the had plamud u fjir years  ago. .lim v. mild liko her to do 'that;  he bail always likid to see hor pi ot-  tily dro.-s. d, and ni;������������������yb;> .lim i: igh  soo lvi- ii-jiin the spirit world ten gin.  As  she   tastened   th,.   uown   she  -,}���������������������������  most   forgot   that   Jim   could   not   b-  Irioro,   thi.t   it   wi.s  ;,l'  ;i     inal;e-l)."!iovo  5S,  yr**-  /T\  [���������������������������     s,u'  H,(,0(l  "^N^"', mii;-)i-    the  - ^^-    four   years  hack again.  the      eoinr  before tlv  smile    ot  ago   fiim-  i- he not. d  in      hor  :   it   was like  a  hills ll.  ll.'l'M  not for-  checks*  liri(;al  A   rap   tit   th"   d:  di.'pelled   iho   i lu io i  she had permitted her  self i'o;- a I'oa* ir.o n-  onts. She eould i ot  go to the dijor i i tha.  dross. The i al'or \* out *  have to wa't. but . e  She   Ilea d   the  d *  r  awing, a heavy step on  the f'o r, a >.  a 'voice ob-  such   a * familiar   vo e.���������������������������  calling  Betty.  "Jim!   .My   .lim!"   sh"  answo;or|   to  Jim's  tale oi' shipwreck on   Hv  !'a ,.  gxjninn coas!, of tjio uicuitj.s ; ml ye;::'.  he should  cross and t::ke  that actressy-  looking person  with him- everywhere he gooJ.  Sam's sister  says' she is a  -Frenchwoman���������������������������-I  always did h:ue  Fronch, and I'm  1 glad 1 rel'iisrod  Carl to moot her,  glad I snubbed  Carl and g!ad I  was out win n he  called.  Two long,  miserable weeks  without  seeing  Carl���������������������������and   to-morrow   wo   sail.  Perhaps I won't sc;o him for months-���������������������������  maybe never again.  I wonder if J care.  October 2).  More than a month ba-. pa-sod  since 1 have .writ ten in ny lilt o d aiv  I wouldn't write now, only Ihis morn  ing a letter came from Car., and I  just have to record it.  Carl says he is lonely: he n i re  me, and he cannot uiidor.-*t nd Wiij  I ran away to   l.tiropo so  suddenly  The letter is full of  ruprorche? f'o  MY   treatment, of   IIIAl.  when   all   th  time lt was IIIS meanness to mo th .  mado mo so ill, so  that  I had  to g  away  from  everybody.  bathroom.    Mother is a clear, and so  funny.  December  25  What a happy, happy Christmas day  it has been!  The very best. I have ever known.  Once I said I bated Canada���������������������������Halifax���������������������������but I don't.  I love Halifax  and       C a n a d a,  &ANCH,  E.C.  F. W. ASHE, - - Munaflvr.  5. M. C. HART S Mil II,   Assistant Mgr.  s  and    kind,    s-Jive  we    camo    home  two    weeks    ago.  He met us at the  pier.   I was never  so glad to see any.  body   in   my   life  as  I  Wiis   to  soo  dear old Carl.    Dad was there, too.  My Christmas gifts are lovely. Bist  of all is Carl's love and the ring be  gave mo as a token of his deep, undying love. I think il was sweet of  him to give me such a wonderful  diamond, besides tho candy and books  and flowers. It flashes lire as 1 turn  my hand in the light. Daddy says  I'm too young to marry, but I pball  coax him to let mo marry Carl in  June.    I'm   fhe   happiest,  girl   in   the  you _____  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If ycu want to  buy land, see me.  My i f\\-  linnMii  I'psciii ii\(. nf 11k; Mara Dia-  '.i-iui .j. im\. i.t.l.    l.l.T   ON i-,  Chas. W. Little  !]lf]erne]iOrcha]'d,Mara,B.C.  'i*i  did   not.   wait.  ?fe1dr.e.H!!10,Vn(jn,t:011 '������������������"e W01'd al)CU~; world-to-night.'iind' Carl  is the  hap  ''" '   "       '~     piest man.    He'lias  told me so him  self. I wish everybody in the world  ��������������������������� were as happy as we this Christmas  night.  'It is hard to do two things at  that horrid   French creature.  I shall not write.   Well���������������������������perhaps I  will.  November   2-\.  At first I hated Paris.  London   was     nice,    Vienna  stupid,  but Paris���������������������������impossible, until last Sun-; the same time.' 'Have you never  day, when we met Mrs. Harmon. ; seen a small boy eat peanuts and  dav "one h!1l,';,,!l'?n,vhn,,,n,cllang0 -T i watch   a circufe?'- 'Birmingham!  en},  ono  hour,  can   mako in  a  girls1 '  life?  Age-Herald.' T-iiirsday, December ������������������6. 1912  THE ENDERBY PKESS AJND WALKEK'S wi^ivl,i  *  ^  ���������������������������%..1LI/������������������_M.,)U))|  .vs-^*N_-te  MR BEST CHRIST  0and   forever!"  -and she wished  ()*'!���������������������������: on along. Patu'y  t i at to el niKi* a.  ..( J*:-! poliiHii!"  .-andy,  a   ta'l   girl  c"tin"t look her thi. t.\  f.* .i.ieir.g over a ty. e   . it,  or a  moment did i o.  \-e  I'll  t. C  O  wh  !..  I:  ; u  was busy  sheel and  Ewer.     Hob   sLood  watching   h. r,   la  ing in the delicate lines of l.er  Im;  and   the  beauty  of  the  "sandy     /'.u..  wliich, when ho was aLne and f'o gj  wo   an  o cl  that Sanely was a iiuwsirapcr  'and his "pa ," lie uai pleased  golden.  "Cut that out, Sandy. You']' be  back. I lm\e a cheek and its Ch i u-  mas Five. I'm for a treat. 1 _a.--  did you hr; r mc ask you to go to  the Metropolitan? You lake it a  calmly as if I had asked >ou to g-.  around to Otto's lunch ounlor. Dei.e  take i(! ' Why can't you be a 11 tt i-���������������������������  enthusiastic?"  Slowly the girl raised ber head  More than a sheet of capy had b .;  holding her attent.on. But ihe ta h  Bob's frown and immtdi.-.ie'y ti,  mother iust :ict in her was arc us ci  She broke into her usual cJir.r���������������������������_i  laugh.  "All   right,   Hob.       Thc     in vi atio  She rested her head on his shoulde  to hide the tears.  "My   Margaret,  now  "And   Constance?"  "Constance is gone-  it to be."  A  long silence.  "Sit down, John.     Thore    Is    your  chair.   How often have I, pictured*y \  in   it.    Let   mo   think.    Ivt   mo   go  my breath.    I knew you would "out ���������������������������  1 wonder what   Hobby  will -"ay'     He  thinks I have no hpart.    Hut���������������������������it w  to   be."���������������������������New  York  Mail.  MANY EXCELLENT POSITIONS OPEN  The  Met.ope  li.an  overwhelmed me,  But I couldn't  Hobby dear. My  shirtwaist is soiled and you yourself said t .-.era  was a hoi-; in  my Oeaiiiful  brown  coat "  1', "0 h,     come  along!     1   .va;  only   j o k i :���������������������������  You'd ouiS'iin  all tho worne n at  the .Metropo itan  if   you   wont  there in a k'.:aki  suit.   1 wish you  - had a little more  vanilj\    Wr~ -en  are awfully tame  when,they ii..ve-  nT."_ Z    ���������������������������"       '--;..-.  </"Come,  now," you  know I'm  vain of  ��������������������������� "the fact-that I haven't-  a*ny    *\an'*y.  Don't-call   ino  tame.'    I   won't go   tc  the .Metropolitan  with you  if you do.  Somehow I  feel "  "Fiddlesticks!- *Gct -otv   your   hat,  I'm going.    Thc idea of a  n" w p.ipdi  woman's" feeling!    Cut it out!''  "'The "lMetrbpoiitan  tlie   'vulgar   rich"   in  but  Sandy -atul- Bob  true Bohemian   stvle  was fill d w'th  holiday _:lt r.;  were happy in  as   they  sat  at  m CHRISTMAS utfEAM  NOAV, this was the.wonderful  dream  I had���������������������������a dream cf  the Christmas Tree:  1   dreamed  that a melody  sweet and  glad  rang out I  from somewhere to me, |  And out of the silvered east they came  and out of the rosy west���������������������������       I  More children than ever a man m'ghi  name or ever a man has guessed;  And going and coming, and coming  and  going,  With    drummers   a-drumming   and  buglers a-blowing,  Were all the children that ever were  known since ever there was an  earth,  In hundreds, in couples, and all alone,  each chanting a song of mirth.  And then in this  wonderful dream  of mine the children ran to and  fro  And marched in a  long ancl winding  line as swiftly as  they might go; ���������������������������  And each-as he passed the Chnstmas  Tree looked up  with a radiant  face,  And each an he came there bent the  knee     with    curious,    childish  grace--  .And  coming-and going,,, and  going  and   coming        ; ..  With "buglers   a-blowing "and"drum-'  mors a-drumming, ..  Were  all'of   the   children   t!iat,ev,?r  havo   been   since, there  was  a  world" at  all       _ "V    -' .Z y  And none wis a-hungered or. pale or  thin, or crippled or like to fall.  One of Thomas A. Edison's new  Blue Amberol Records  was played 3,000 times  on an Edison Phonograph���������������������������and gave just as true  and sweet a reproduction the last time as the first  This was not an endurance   toneaftercountlessplayings  :ne\y federal law compels  ! vessels to have more wire-  ;  less operators.  Many    good    positions arc open to  young men and women in the field of  "Wireless"  and commercial telegraph  service.    The    passage    of    the new'  federal law, effective October i; com-  .'polling    all    sea-going  vessels  to  be  ! equipped    with    wireless instruments  \ and manned by two competent operators, has created a great demand for  ; operators in the marine wireless ser-  i  ; vice. Federal laws now require rail-  more operators than  The Morse Telegraph  Company, opposite the Orpheum  theatre, Seattle, operates in close  connection with wireless and commercial officials, and can place graduates in good positions. It will pay  you t0  write for full  particulars.  j ways  to    use  i ever before.  vtest for mere hardness. It  was an endurance test for  quality of reproduction���������������������������to find if the  Blue Amberol would  be as far superior to  all other records in  as it is when new. Your  Edison dealer will play  some c f these wonderful records for you  on an Edison Phon  ograph  to do so  Ask him  today.  Thomas A. Edison. Inc.,  100 Lakeside Ave., OranRt, N. J.. U. C. A.  A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be fouud at  THE ENDERBY  IViUSIC STORE  ENDERBY FLOUR  MOFFET'S  chrrmiiig,   o  think  I  10.1II  Vo*i     re  Vcu  wil. :  their little table cha't'ng 'and joking  like' two. boys. --Sandy- never wo.ilel  play tlie .woman���������������������������that was-the only  objection   Hob  had  to her.  "I say. Sandy, 1 bet you've no plans  for,to-morro'.v and I'm coming to tate  you out.    I've a great plan.    Put on  - that "brown   silk   and   play   you're   a  woman for  once."  "Ves,    a    sweet,    yorng,    clinging  feminine creature   with  iry  trart on  my  sleeve!     'Twill   be  course.    Do you really  play the ravt?"  "Stop joking, Sandy,  will take me serbus.y.  won't  you?"  =^1-<M i k e-to=p I eas l_=y o ut^H trblrv^lfr  1 really  must   hy heme tomonow.    I  have    work    tha  must he done and  ben'des   I   have  ;  f e el i n g   il: at   I  fmgl't net to gc'  "F e e I i n g   ie  darnrd!       If   y-ju  /^^'���������������������������c*?   !::ul    feer    'frel  /������������������V\,^ n.-s'    and    more  l'j^3������������������p'V.iCelings   ...for a.  tejh. \~/Zr\ poor      fellow���������������������������  '"^w"    What's   the  mat-  tor, Sandy?"  The girl lind  cast a glance over  the room and ha.  g* r o w n sudden'y  pale. She ciosed her eyes I'or a mo  ment.    Hob had  caught  the pa lor.  "Oh, nothing. I had a little twinge  of  that old   neuralgia."  Thus the chasm was bridged and  the dinner ended happily. If anything,   Sandy   was  gayer   than   usual.  v!  'V  *'3  A*il>-  And all of  them sang  ln this  dream" of  mine, a sons  that I wish  .1 knew.   ���������������������������  For it had a  melody . fair  and fine and  every tone  was true;  And all of the  ��������������������������� , children they  " looked at me  .' In pity ��������������������������� or  so It seemed  While stars, in  the   boughs  .of-the-Christ--  mas Tree iu  marv e 1 o u s  glory  gleamed.  And   going  and   coming,   and  coming  and   going,  With    drummers    a-drumming   and  buglers a-blowing,  Were  all   oS  the   children   that  ever  have    played    since    ever   tbe  world   began.  And each iittle" fellow and each little  maid   delightedly   laughed   and  ran.  Mn.de strictly fi:om  Saskatchewan., ancl  Alberta  wheat, in the  The 'PIONEER mill of British  ONLY'MILL in^the OkanagHh.  Columbiai-and nbw'one'ofnlic MOST COMPLETE milling sys- j  terns in Canada. ".Try ll_i_f flour an'd 'you'll find it wiirprdciiicea !i  grent volume of-good, whblepoir.e, NUTRITIOUS bread.     You  will find the color WHITER than any other flour on the market  ��������������������������� this means that it is CLEANER  than  any other flour on the  ma'ket.        ' \    :"    j-  WHY NOT USE YOUR HOME FLOUR ?  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plaits and estimates  furnished  Dealer in-Windows, Door?., Turnings - and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  We represent S.C.Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  Fresh Meats  " If you want prime fresh meats,"w ���������������������������  have them.     Our cattle,-are-grain-fe  and selected by our own buyers from.  thet richest" feeding _ grounds-7 h*r:Alber **  ta, and    are   killed '.'ind cut. s trie tl"  FRESH. "        Z       -' .'���������������������������:-" "    .  We-buy first-hand-for spot cash, so  can give you the best price possible.  We 1 oth lose money if you don't,  or at our mill. ;   .>'  Fer sale by all good grocers  COLUMBIA, FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited  K***_*,**'s_a������������������----j_-_*y_j_������������������_^^  G. R. Sharpe,  -' "-. Enderby  R;C  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby. B. C.  Contractors & Builders  first-class Cabinet Work  and   Picture Kratnin_r.  Undertaking Parlors in connection. ���������������������������  Next to City Hall.  ������������������������������������iy\  Four o'clock the next day Sandy's  heart was b'ating loud. Her "studio,"  as she was pleased to call it, were its  very best, attire. IDveti the inevitable  typewriter was out of sight.  She was older, older by six years,  than when he had last seen her, but  happiness made her wondrously beautiful.   Bobby would have lost his wits.  If he should not come! But he  would come. If he should come and  the dream could not bo realized! But  be would not come unless be could.  A rap at the door!  "Miss, there's a shentlemen a-askin'  for ye.     Should   f   send   him  in?"  "Yes, Mary." The' tones were perfectly calm. Six years of patient  -waiting had not been without tbelr  power.  "Margaret!"  "John!"  "I knew you would come. I saw  you last evening*. I knew you would  find me.    Oh, John, I am so happy!"  And then in this  w o n d e r f u 1  dream I dreamed,    I    thought  ' that the Christmas   Tree  Grew   fairer  and  fai  s  fai  could  be.  And    all    of   the  children   they  called      m  name ancl all  the      children  smiled.  r������������������2  V7g   It Outshines (Jas dr Electncily  'airer until it t}������������������&������������������Oi&������������������������������������  seomed no '\vj3rV-\ 0 _������������������_>'���������������������������'''  'airer   a   thing tjAX ������������������[f? D,^  TvltM^  -yr> -7&  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 abetter lighted home, with an  Aladdin Mantle Lamp  will actually cost you nothing.   It will pay lor itscll in the oil il saves.   ! am  j    thc -cent for I lie M anile Lamp Company of Amutica and am telling you what I  I .knowto bcnbboluii: fads.    1'iofcstor Rogers, nf Lewis Institute, Chicago, mailr  a comparative It-.t of alt lhe Icadinu nil-burning lamps on Ihc market���������������������������an 1 thc  Aladdin was found to give the l>c������������������: li|;hl and the most economical to u<c. tlut you  don't need to accept thc.u .Irong Matcnenl. on my word only.   All I till is lhe opportunity :o pn.vc  them at rny own risk.   I will bc glad lo let yuu  TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You Buy  I furnish Table, Bracket, HanKing, Wall .-nd Chandelier types of lamps���������������������������In fact Aladdin 7,anip_ for every  j purpose. Just drop mc a po-t card and simply say you are inlere&lcd. I'll be kIjiI lohrini rn AI..'ldinI,jmpio  .j   stiuw you and Icivc in your home to u>e a i:ii;hl or two, entirely without ohlh-niion.   f������������������1 nil t)<e cmtl todsy.  BERNARD ROSOMAN,  Agent,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, 13.0.  The Mantle Lamp Co. -if America, Chicago, Portland, Dallas, Waierbury.  Montreal and Winnipeg.  mtm^mjmS���������������������������^'v^.. I  And  And  suddenly then to my heart there  came the faith of a little child,  And   going   and   coming,   and   corning and   going,  With    drummers    a-drumming   and  buglers a-blowing.  inarched   with   the   children   of  all  the lands, of all the y<-.ars and  times,  laughed as we ran with our  close-linked bands and chanted  our world-old  rhymes.  WILBUR   D.   NEGBIT.  LOANS  Applications   received   i'or  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply lo���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  Ort'-ctmas  Spirit  Too many of us take mean things-  on  faith  and  demand  proof of  good  JAMES  MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE  AGENCIES  i'j/bagu,  REAL ESTATE  Fruit  Land  Town Lot������������������  Hny Land  The Liverpool _i London & (Hobo Ins. Co.  Tlio Phoenix Insiii-iinee Co. of London.  Ij n I) ,-L ne u-iirt! Five Iii;������������������iii-,-m<_<" Co.  Royal lnsii)-aiH:eCo..of Liverpool (Life ilcpi  The London fc Lnnenshiro CJuiu-.-mtee  Accident Co.. of C.'inmln.  I.KLL  HLOCK,    KNIM.KHY  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tha Dominion  | in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-  l herta, the Yukon Territory, the  | Northwest Territories and a portion  I of the province of British Columbia,  i may he leased for a term of twenty-  i one years at an annual rental of $1  ��������������������������� an acre. Not more <*hnn 2.5G0 acres  j will be leased to one applicant.  j���������������������������Application - 'for-- a - lease -must -be-  ��������������������������� made by the applicant in person to  jthe Agent or sub-Agent of the dis-  ; trict in which rights applied for are  .situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  ! he described hy sections, or legal  ���������������������������sub-divisions of sections, and in un-  i surveyed territory thc tract applied  for shall be staked out by the appli-  ���������������������������cunt himself.  ,' 1'Jach application must be accotif-  ; panied by a fee for $5 which will he  I refunded if tlie rights applied for are  j not available, but not otherwise. A  'royalty shall be paid on thc mer-  1 cliantahle output of the mine at tlie  rate of live cents per ton.  I The person operating thc mine shall  I furnish the Agent with sworn returns  i accounting for the full quantity ot  ; merchantable coal mined and pay the  .royalty thereon. Ji tne coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  ;returns should bc furnished at least  ' once a year.'  I    The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  ; permitted     to     purchase     whatever  ! available surface rights may be con-..'  isidcred necessary  for the working of  \ the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  |    For   full',  information   application  , should be made   to the  Secretary of  the Department   of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. \\\ CORY, '  I       Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.13.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  Uhis   advertisement   will not be paid  for.  4-  ,'A  ���������������������������i  m  W  '*  ���������������������������I '..lb. ENDKKHY PRESS AND .WALKUK'S Wi<_i_.Ai._.i'
Thursday, December 26. 1912
and III
end Uiosp?rous
1?Id {jf-jar
I'liiiti^heil   i-veiy   TIhii-mIu.v  :il    Knderby,  !).<'. at
���������*- per >e;i|-. Ii.v tIn- \V,i!l������ei' I'ikks.
Ad-.i'iti.^intr Itulev; TiaiiMcnt. .'idc an inch lirM
iii.-.'i-lion, 'Sn- each Mili.-t^iuenl in.seriion. ijmi-
na.-l adveiii^inn. --$1 an inoh per month.
I.ik.-iI N'lliees: l_*i a line lii'M in,-<-itii>n; Si-11 line
i-iu'li .snb.sdiuent in.seriion.
Headiny N������tiei": and Local.-: I.'k.. a line.
DECEMBER 26.   1912
The Laurier naval policy submitted
in the Dominion House to take the
place of that proposed by Premier
Borden, favors the addition by
ada of two fleet units to be stationed
on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of
light���������-but pooh-pooh his .surroundings, and he will put on smoked
glasses tliat no bright prospect can
pierce. Every visitor you send nwny
in a friendly mood is a good advertisement.
"Don't  allow    your loyalty to  become  vindictive.       Strangers  will  be
more impressed  by  your quiet satisfaction  than by any argument.  Have
you    ever    come   away   from a visit
outside the bounds of your own country with your ears tingling and your
eyes  blazing    at    the  attitude  which j
your hosts adopted?     ff you listened ���������
politely to their rhapsodies of 'home' ;
you scored.      You can't boom at the
Can-' expend    of    others.      One of  the at- *
tractions of    a city is thc temper of |
its people.     Therefore    the  first step ���������
each person can make in the cause of
Bank of Montreal
I-KliilitiKhvil   1817
Capital,  ?1C,000,000 ���������- Rest,  ?1.0,000,000
Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. 'J. M-. G-.
President, R. _3. Angus,  Esq.   Vice-President, Sir 13dward Clouston, Bart-
General Manager, H.V.Meredith
Deposits received from ?l upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.
Interest credited   30th   June and olst December.
ENDERBY BRANCH ,       A.   E.  Taylor,  Manager
Druggist & Stationer
r.tiirsi. "-"'I
Canada  respectively,   rather  than  by , .^*-" i������= "*-><-��������������� -������������ '""���������-* '" ""- -"������������������������������������ - *
a contribution of money or ships, be- ; advancement, is to bc a generous and j
lieving as he does that this is a J'O- ; Kood-natured citizen
licy  best   calculated    to afford . relief!
A.f &A.M,
to the United  Kingdom  in  respect of
the burden of  Imperial naval defence,
lt  may  be   said  that   Sir  Wilfrid's
policy does not seem to have i-reaved
a favorable feeling in  Canada.   In no
part  of    the    Dominion    has it been
!  taken    seriously,    either    by his  own
: party  nor by   the party  of the Gov- ,
'eminent.      It  is  hardly probable  the*,)uck ulli'
'opposition  of Sir Wilfrid  to the Bor-i i"fiucncc  will-live long after you
��������� den program  will  be prolonged  many
weeks.   It is getting so little support
W. i\l.
vik-rhy    L i Ijje      No.    10 _
twniar    nweiiiiKx    first', from  his own  partv that the Liberal
rnur.sday  nn   or  after  ihe i .,,1        111 _���������       .   "    1
full moon at ,s p. in. inOi d-  chieftan  will    hardly  have  the  heart
fellows     Hall. V'Wiii n ���������'j._   -���������r������.,r   ulc   n,\,\nr.tr;r ���������   r��������� ,.
brethren  c -rdially  invi.eo. , to   Ca"y   MS _ opposition .fai .
j    The    London.   Daily   Express  gives
l'\s';-r!.!a'.vNIS;sonlc i(.^a of ^e attitude of the Mo-
"" :' " " " "* "~ j ther Country toward the Laurier
\"1. 0. 0. b . ! Policy when" it says: "Sir. Wilfrid's
3j ,-    ,   *, '.     m " -,,   ! Klea seems to be   two heterogeneous,
  _^2?   Kureka LoiIku. No. oil ������
Meets every Tuesday  evening aiS o'clock.' in I. O. I ill-aSSOl'ted   fleets   which   Separately   01*
(i.,F. hall.  Metcalf hlock.    VjsiihiK brothers al-I , -
��������� service at    maximum
'Each person has two things to
offer���������push and pull. He has working power, and,he has influence. You
cannot sit back ancl say, 'Although 1
am not helping, 1 am not hindering"
���������because that- elusive power, influence, spreads ��������� its tentacles in every
direction, reaching far corners by devious, hidden paths, and you, sitting
are    accountable I      Your
dead and your work abandoned. It
will be bigger years hence than you
have been.     Will you be proud of it?
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 Lci1k<0
King Edward Hotel, LX^mmY  Enderby
ivs    welcome.
WM. DUNVA.*. N. G.
R. E. WHKKLEH. Sec'y.
*.L H. CAYLOI'D. Treas.
" No..35, K. of P. '
Meets every Monday evening
.  in ICof P. Hall."   Visitors eor-
dially invited ,to attend.
.   g. g'ca'mpbell, C.C. u
T. E. It OI*) IE   M  P.
Hall suitable f<- '.; n.:erlH, D uicuk and all iniblie
entertainments.    For. rates, etii!, addrkss,
T.  K. KODIB. f_mk-il\v
would    only  do  a  minimum
expense to.the
; Dominion  or to   the Empire.   Squad-
'. rons such,   as   these would  be blown
out of the    water   by any homogen-' present ' time. -
eons modern "squadron.   Economically   ].een very light
The first sleigh load of Trinity Valley, settlers left that productive settlement at, 7 o'clock Sunday morning
and were in Enderby before three j
o'clock'. Cecil Saunders handled the
ribbons*;- ��������� Mr. Saunders called at the
office of the.v Walker Press Monday
morning and reports the road a very-
easy one to drive over, though much
of it is only a sleigh road up to thc
The    snowfall     has
73he WHITE
Sewing Machine
or I wouldn't be selling" it.   See it
you  to    investigate;' easy" terms' at
in that section, and
strategically - or politically there is ' SOmc of the r0ad is not yet sum-
no advantage in such an idea, and it ciently covered" .to bc suitable for
would   be   far    better  for Canada  to   heavy, traffic. ' '
save her   money- and  do nothing at      F.  H. Barnes    completed
In stock this week. It is the best
and try it before buying; it will pay
fair prices.    '
Victor Gramophones and Victrolas
. Disc Records . .
Perforated -Music Rolls,, from 15c up :'.   ���������__.-.
For all Player Pianos /   - -       ���������.
Always in stock .
Leave your order with us for Edison or Disc Records, if we.haveh't
what"you want in  stock.     . See  and  hear the Gourlay-Angelus
a 70-foot I Piano-  "'   ���������" ' ���������* " r
��������� 1
MISS WARWICK. Proprietress
M-it<'r"ii.v !���������'<���������">. Slid j,,.|- wi-ek
I--._t.-s cj.' .M-iiiK or Iinary illness, $'2.5(1 jier day.
' ~ aTt k r~ i-w kin so n
all. Premier    Borden's    proposals bridge over Trinity  Creek  last  week,
were, of course, only a temporary t-y- The    distance    from    Mr.   "Saunders
pedient. home to  Enderby  over the new road
"What    the    Canadian   Government is 23  miles,  against 1.5  miles" to Vcr-
oft'ers at this critical hour helps most non,  their former market centre,
and'is prized most by the British ad-      On   Monday    another  party   of  sct-
miralty.       The   contribution   of  ?3.r),- tiers drove over the road to I.nderby
Agent also for Church ami Parlor Crpans
Also Fire and Life Insurance - ���������
Oflicejn brick block opp. The Walker Press.
Enderby Agent
j\^ree-neiit-( of S-ile.    ID je Is & SI jrtirages    Unci
m ������������������!t _ Yi'.ne^.suci.    I.'ians NeflfuliauMi
O'li.-": U...rn*J. ������.���������!! H'.iek. Ivuleiby.- ������. C
I) Jtniiiioii anil
=i 'rovirVrfaf
000,000 is best calculated, in expert
opinion, to add to the security of the
Empire on wliich the security of Canada depends. In return the "lomin-
ion gets a voice in the defense poiicy
���������a wise beginning, on which, when
Canada has grown richer and more
powerful, her statesmen can found a
really powerful Canadian navy, uct-
ing as part of one great Imperial
fleet and under the control of an Jm-
........ BfjOCK  '
R.'H.    W.
to do their Xmas shopping. Mr.
Stewart, the Trinity Valley veterinary, was one of the party. He said
to The, Press that there are 2,5 or 30
settlers in Trinity Valley who would
he greatly benefitted by the opening
of the road. From. Trinity Valley
postoilicc to Enderby is only 20
miles, against 38 miles to Vernon,
their former shopping point. Nattir-
i1 Uy_ii! 1 thes, settlers nre an_xiou_s__to_;
. i.|i_
i lllii-i-hniirs:    I-'oienoon.  11 In l(':!W
A fti-rn<Miii. '\ to  I
Kvenitip. 'i:.'((! to 7::'.d
KiiM-l-tv. by a|i|i.iintiii<'iit
<fi.i. '"!i'!' .mil C-hivcVim. KM)I-:i<li\
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t' i). Il.iv IS'.t. Kiwli'i-liv,
perial council. For this policy Sir
Wilfrid Laurier would substitute a
pettifogging sort of so-called Nationalism which is neither fish, flesh,
fowl, nor good red herring. He has
vastly miscalculated the sentiment of,
the Dominion j'tst as he did when he
rode for all he was worth for Ameri-
can    reciprocity. I-Ie  greatly  mis-,
understands- the   -.ipininn "of his'uWn"
people on  the  Impel ial  naval  issue.".
deal  with  Knderby merchants.
Deer Park Fruit Land
������������������ E N_D ERBY
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 ln splen-
lid condition for planting.
An experienced fruit irrower is in charge and will give instruction to
purchasers-free of charge, or orchar will he planted am. v oil for at a
moderate charge.
1G0 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots . ��������� now on the market at -S175.
per., acre.
Vi-i!������ or ii'd-he-. iiiipils for Piano, ijivuii. Violin
Siti|.|ii>'ami   I'lii-ory ot* Musir, Mle
'-.iiir-j-s   for   tin- t'linailian   or   Hriti������h  >\|.|nli'Miy
Rxaminai i'iim
Public Typ..writing
1 (Mice    In Hell brick bl'.ek on MauilSt., lu 11 doors
smith of I. iiiL'   l-lilvvatil   hotel,  Knilnby. H. ('.
.J. Ij. RUTTAN,       A. P. CROSSMAN
President. Secretary.
Lansdowne Poultry
of the following varieties:' Brown
Leghorns, Bull Orpingtons, Barred
Bocks. All from prize-winning stock.
From $1.50 up. The best young stock
I ever raised.
W.   T.   MARSHAM,.
I-iinsdown,   Armstrong  P.O.
"ll', THI. CAP  FITS"
An amateur critic in an exchange
gives this pleasing talk: "We hear a
grout deal nnw-a-days nf the desirability of booming our native town���������
booming it in order that it may become a recognized force in an enterprising world. Most of us arc doing
the booming���������with our vocal chords.
Talk i.s some people's idea of power
���������and it is power, but it needs cooperation and control like everything else.
"When  it  comes   Lo   the  actual   upbuilding of a city, the most necessary i
thing  is quiet   common-sense on   the
part  of    individuals.     One  great  at-!
traction   in  any  town   i.s  the  type  of '���������
its    inhabitants.      I.veryone  has   the :
first say with one citizen at least. It ;
is    a   mistake   to    think    that     our ;
growth  is   augmented  by  derogatory :
statements    concerning   other  places.
Such   a   course    suggests  a  defensive
attitude, and a defensive attitude implies   weakness.     You   will   never  lessen the interests of yonr own city by
generous   appreciation   of  tho   charms j
of others.     Once sure of your kindly
attitude,   a    visitor    will  look   upon
your    surroundings    in    tin    amiable
Get Ready for Winter
Fix up your House, Bar ri
and Outbuilding's
Here are    some
specials in  lumber
while they last
<���������) -./.y>('..',.-, 1',.:
ii,    -    ���������
E. J. Mack
Livory, Feed & Sale Stables
No.   2  Lath  ... per thousand ..,?   2.00No.   3   I3ev.   Cedar  Siding    15.00
No.   2   Dimension,      "      "      ...   12.00IX.  No.  1  &2  Shiplap     14.0C
These are good values,and you will be pleased with them.
Good Rigs;   Careful* Drivers: Draying- of all kinds.
Comfortable and Commo- |
dious Stabling for teams.      |
I Auto for Hire
<| Prompt attention to all customers
|?     Land-seekers  ancl   Tourists in
|> vited to give us a trial.
<���������> <^*><^"M*4>-M^^ $
X ���������
$   <
li.   F.  SCOTT,
Three Pino Kancli, Knderby
Contracts taken  for erection.   Orders
for spring work now  being booked.
An Opportunity for a
Reliable Man in
.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 vill
mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can
make this a permanent and very profitable position.
H. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO
Oet in on the first block ancl make money on the advance.
., Apply to���������
Deer Park Land Oflico,  Enderby. Thursday, December 26, 1912  2BBSB2a5_a_sKs_aa__s[i^gsiS3ES5E   THKJNDKRUV PKLSS AN  D WALKh'K'b wMjMj]  ssEss^ssEsssBagp  E-���������������������������  P-23iziiI3Si  T'H,E..man-wh? .g������������������eS  a"trave'ling  needs  clothes effective in appearance and suit-  able to his purpose.    Travelling means hard wear  It also necessitates having clothes of impressive quality so  afe tn^c6'SeVer ** "������������������ by " ������������������������������������*������������������.  FIT-RITE 'style is the -style of thc best  dressed men.  It means an exact fit ancl thc practical  expression of all that is most refined and  worth while in men's dress.  FIT -RH E service is for the man of good  taste who wants everything desirable in  clothes, and yet at a moderate price.  FIT-RITE garments meet these requirements."  Suits, Sizes 35 and 36, at  Until Dec. 31st  We will continue  selling-Dry Goods at  25 per cent, discount,  and Ladies' and  Children's Boots &  Shoes at cut prices  iuntil we have  cleared them out  Thanking you one and all, for your very liberal patronage, we wish  you a very Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year  Overcoats, Reg-. $17 & $18  Special Price till Dec. 31st,  J. W. EVANS& SON, Enderby, B.C. &  57 ������������������������������������������������������  THE ENDERBY PRESS AMD WAbKEK'S W__.i_.ivm  Thursday, December 26,1912'  Birrs to 19t3  and a wm  (filjristnms  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  WE HAVE HAD A MOST  CESSFUL SEASON.  SUC-  BEHOLD !    I BRING YOU GLAD  TIDINGS OF GREAT JOY !  BY F. G. PEARCE  ENDERBY  PEROUS.  HAS BEEN PROS-  MAY       YOU       HAVE     YOUR  SHARE    OF    NEXT      YEAR'S  PROSPERITY.  11  Watch  this    space  Buys  for  thc best  Walter Robinson  BELL  BLOCK,   ENDERBY  THE MESSAGE  List, all ye peoples; now the hour draws near  When once again the Master shall appear:  Beneath a mighty power the world doth move,  The glorious power of Brotherhood and Love.  ���������������������������  Bohold ! the Lord hath sent His servants out,  Prophets and thinkers, unassailed by doubt,  Inspired by one great purpose, that���������������������������to make  His pathway ready, and keen desire  That at His coming they may be afire  To hear His Message.  j:  I  _���������������������������*__?_ .���������������������������������������������___ ������������������_A, ..���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������. .������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������ ^am*maUa*aJa^m.mm*mm\ ������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������ .���������������������������A*!���������������������������*���������������������������  f  I  v  T I  r  T  X  A  il  T  The Tale of.  Tardiness  YOUR  CHILDREN  are  i  I  T  X  List, ye nations all,  Lest once again your wayward people call,  "Let Him be crucified."   Think not, indeed,  That Pie with you in common terms will plead;  His message will be masterly and strange,  Heretical, and far beyond the range  Of instant comprehension.    But be sure  Of this great fact���������������������������that now, as 'twas of yore,  The pillars of His Building will be stood  Upon the Rock of Love and Brotherhood:  In Life, in Law, in social intercourse,  In all religion, he will teach the course  Of Constant Love.  Beware then, lest ye scorn  In ignorance and blindness what is born  Of God Himself.     0 Brothers, do not spurn  His Messengers' weak words, but with us yearn  To render service to Him and to bring  To men prepared���������������������������one Master and one King.  Listen F  Ve wish  ALL a  Merry Christmas and  Happy Aev Year.  MUNUGfPAL ACCOUNTS PAID  latcj.  at school it's probably the fault V j  II  T  A  J. of the  watch  you are carrying.-J*  *������������������ Don't   scold    the   children    for.*.  r ...  V tardiness until you know they.j."  ������������������J������������������ are started on time. You set ?  t the household clocks by yoiirX  ���������������������������!��������������������������� watch.     Is it reliable or merelyX  j    At   the -last    meeting    of the Oity  [Council  tlie    following bills  were a-  dered paid:  Bank   of Montreal,  coupon..  Bailey,  exp.  prisoner  i  IR.  N.  I  -$  L50.00  11.75  25.00  2*7 00  10.'JO  a guessing machine ? ���������������������������*���������������������������  This    store   can    furnish  you  a-J-  handsome   up-to-date X.  I Dependable Time-Piece If.  at $25.00- '���������������������������{  It has 17 jewels, expansion balance, patent regulator, Elgin  works in a gold filled case ���������������������������  choice of three sizes.  Enderby  Brass Band,  cont."..  I Ladies  Hosp.   Aux.,  cont   'Union   B.   O.   Municipalities...  |0. Morris-M. D., coroner's fee  re.   B.  Brundish    :'0 "0  'City of   Enderby,    local  imp.,  |    tax  on   Oity   Hall    29.08  ��������������������������� City of Enderby, skg  fund  320.94  Oity of  Enderby,  skg fund  .... 416.45  ��������������������������� City of  Enderby,  skg fund  J-.6.58  1 City of Enderby, skg fund   208.23  ; City of Enderby, skg fund  307.9]  ;City of Enderby,  skg fund  384.70  ; City of Enderby, skg fund  t'7 i'i  | City of Enderby,  skg fund  L25..G-  I  ment is convinced that, a certain  amount of fraud has been practiced  and that the harmless little horned  owl has frequently been  made to do ;  i  duty for his bag horned cousin at ?2 j  per head."- -      . ;  And ��������������������������� when    these    "bush  ranchers";  saw this they   'immediately passed a j  resolution to be forwarded to the At- J  torney-general to this effect: "If true I  as stated in the Press, that the Government will at the end of the year;  discontinue    the    $2    bounty   on  big  horned., owls,    we   humbly     beg and  pray that we,  humble and law-abiding "bush-ranchers" and  poultry farmers,  be allowed   the same privilege  as the big horned owl, to take, kill,  and consume   at any time, a rabbit,  which  our district   game  warden decrees is    not   a rabbit, but a hare���������������������������  vide decision    of   court at Sicamous  Buy  the   children  things to vear.  nice,   ylLL-WOOL  I*  Buy yourseif some new Holiday clothes.  There vill be many occasions during the  Winter vhich vill demend that you be  veil dressed.  Buy vhat you buy from the store you  can depend upon to give you "up-right"  goods for "dovn - right" lov prices.  Enderby Trading Co., Ltd.  Enderby, British Columbia  A  SNAP!.  F. PYMAN  :it cl ti :iki-r  <S-J< v Iit I.n<!������������������'rby  ���������������������������K-l-M-r-K-WX-J-H-W^-H-W  fGitj^of^Endenb.Vf^skg^fiind-  City oi Enderby, skg fund  City of Enderby,  skg fund  City of Enderby, skg fund  City of Enderby,  skg fund  City of  City of  '-39���������������������������ah=d~fin^of'?l"^h"d"i5osts7  18.27  S. Ll  280.51  ���������������������������^.���������������������������IS  Enderby, skg fund M "9  Enderby, skg fund      48.00  r>00.00  HIGH    COMPLIMEWT TO B.C.  37 ACRES; all level; free from rocks; ten acres in crops; 4 acres slash-;!;  partly fenced; 4-room frame house. $500 will handle this; balan..o  easy terms.  THE CHURCHES  ���������������������������Board   School   Trustees..  (���������������������������HlfRCH OF ENGLAND (St.George) ; A.   Beeves,  stationery       C "3  ..^.''n.Ony_^cryi_ccs���������������������������s__a_.m,, _Holy..(!om-_; Fulton..Hardware .Co,.. Ltd,. _-__.'. 10  inunlon;   11    a.m.,    Morning   Prayer;] The Walker Press,    by-law ptg  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer. '    and  stationery         "���������������������������"��������������������������� 10  REV. AI.  V.  HILTON,  Vicar.      Hoard   School   Trustees    625 00  I A.  Paul,  wages       32-.0  |.J.  H. f'arefoot, wages       12.00  H.  G.   Mann,   street  light      2.00  j Okanagan    Telephone    Co      7 SI5  Bank of Montreal, coupon int.    120 CO  .Bank of Montreal, coupon int.    180.00  WANT TO   13E HORNED   OWLS  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH !  St.   Andrews  Sunday    Services���������������������������11   a.m.  and  7:30  p.m.;   V.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. B. G.  STEWART, Pastor.  I.NDI.RDV  METHODIST  CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship nt  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m. j  Epworth   League;    Thursday,  8  p.m.,  Prayer Meeting.    A  cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  RI.V.  J.  G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor,  SUIT CLEANED & PRESSED���������������������������Now  the time to get it done. Orders  promptly executed. Rosoman &  Gilderneestcr, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking Parlors, Cliff street,  next J. W. Evans & Son's. Repairing a specialty.  FOR SALE���������������������������Alfalfa hay, second crop;  just the thing for dairy feed;- loose.  Also a large number of pigs���������������������������young  sows and Berkshire boar. Apply  Stepney Farm, Enderby.  ���������������������������'-tgli compliment to Britis!*. O-tlwm-  l-iri as well as to its <?!._:''n^-.i.hed  ,ind popular first minis1.-r is paid V$  the University    of  California,   whose  president,  Benjamin  lde  Wheeler,  has  - j  .written to ..Sir..Richard .convoying-to (  him  the invitation  of  the  Univer.'-ity i  to be their guest <-f bono:- nn the. cc- '  casion  of the 1013 Charter Day ev.er-1  ciscs,  toward   the <>i..l  of Mnrel:.  anr!  to  deliver  the   Ch-.vtnr  Da\   r.ddre:.s,  to  which   very    considerable  im;>f rt-  ance  is    attached    by all dtbwns of  the Golden State.  The selections made for this important feature of the Charts- Day  celebration are always of iM.n recognized continentally for their ability  and prominence in the public eye.  Tbe speakers last ye-ir .������������������������������������������������������ j d ye.-ir before were President Taft and the late  British Ambassador, Mr. .lames  Bryce. Tt is understjod that the  Premier will accept the invitation,  and report has it that he will a-rso  on the occasion have conferred ,-n  him the honarary degree of T.L.D. by  the  great  California  University.  INSURANCE  LOANS  INVEST VI ISN'T  A M I WU D  Some "bush ranchers" of Mara saw  the following report in the provincial  press recently:  "No more bounties will be paid by  the province after tbe first of the  year for thc destruction of the big  horned owl. This owl is supposed to  be very destructive of game birds,  'and this may have been the case in  the past, but the rabbits have now-  come back and the big horned owl  finds himself once more in a land of  plenty. As he is said even to prefer  rabbit to grouse, there is no longer  any particular reason in having him  destroyed. This bounty, which is $2  per owl, has proved unexpectedly expensive, the amount paid out in  bounties since last January being  over .ll8,000. Some enterprising hunters are said to have been making as  much as .$150 or .$200 a month from' We guarantee fit on our Hobberlin  this source.       Moreover, the govern- made-to-order   suits.      J.   W.   Evans  FOR SALE���������������������������Gasoline engine and  wood sawing outfit.���������������������������'��������������������������� Will take half  of payment in wood. H. Greyell,  Enderby.  WANTED���������������������������Sound young horse, well  broken; ten to fifteen hundred, for  delivery wagon. State price. Address C, Enderby Press.  AMI WUD is made of wood fiber compressed into heavy sheets of thicknoK*.  and size suitable for use in wall construction and interior finish 11'  bungalows, cottages, halls and churches. It exactly reproduces Inn ;  woods. It costs less than plaster. lt can be applied quick!.-  by any one.  H. W. Harvey  Real Estate Broker.  Agent  Post Office Block, Enderby  Fire and Life Insurant-:  Wanted-C  ream  TENDERS ARE    WANTED FOR   NOT LESS THAN TEN GALLONS  OF CREAM PER DAY, DELIVERED AT PENTICTON, FOR SUMMER  SEASON, 1913.      CASH  WEEKLY.      SPECIAL   INSULATED    CANS  WILL BE PROVIDED.  H. &K. Trading Co., Penticton


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