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Array Enderby, B. C,  January 16. 1913  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 5; No. 41; Whole No. 255  Municipal Matters Discussed at a  Public Meeting Last Night  A  public   meeting    was    held    last ��������������������������� in  relation  to   the    past year's civic  evening in K. of P. Hall, for the pur-   business.   He had  just rauni.-.d  from  i:  pose of discussing civic affairs. The  meeting was called by Mr. Jas. F.  Johnson. It was largely attended,  and the political atmosphere in city  affairs somew,liat_ clarified thereby.  Mr. H. H. Worthington was called  to the chair, and presided most fairly to all parties concerned.  Mr. Johnson was first given the  privilege of taking the floor. He  discussed among other things, the  school contract, civic business, and  the Press. He was prepared to admit the correctness of tlie figures  published in these columns last week  from the_ Chairman 0f the Board of  School Trustees.     Hc ^thought, -how-  w ever, that thc matter of -fJ ,500 granted by the Board "f0r the erection of  the school building on thc Sharpe  ,vlte,-in addition to the regular"' contract jiricc,- should have been ^iv.n  out by contract.  . . In civic affairs,- ho said the public  work done by the city the past year  had cost altogether too much money  a very long and liard trip home  over the trail from Fort Frasor. He  was pleased to be able to atten i the  meeting, hut regretted thnt statements had not J.cen made hi 'ore the  meeting that he had heard were peddled about the streets in his absence. He objected to the illusive  manner Mr. Johnson had in referring  to "things behind** thc curtain."1 He  liked to have a man "come >.;t in the  open and state-his case. He was  prepared to state facts and face  facts;' He wanted'thc people :>f Enderby to know that' there had been  and would be no work "behind the  curtain'.' while he was a member of  the council. Thc work of the city  had been conducted open and above  board ancl would not be conducted-in  any other way. He condemned emphatically any'1 statement of "graft"!  in relation to public affairs. . As to  the work that had been done-by the  city, he defied any man to get moro  work done for the same money.     He,  rapidly as the city's financ.s would j  permit. In the matter of the $3,000  the incoming council is to be asked  to raise by the Board of Trade, he  was of the opinion that the question  should be reierred back to the ratepayers for their sanction before the  matter is finally settled. j derby team and  Vernon.     They were  Mr.    Worthingtcn    stated    that" he! given    their   money's    worth.       The  Enderby Hockey Team Play a  Winning Game Against Vernon  A large crowd gathered at the En-   ply of rubber   disks    and thus avoid  derby open-air  rink Tuesday  evening  to witness the game between the J:.n-  the needless waits between pucks.  preferred to go into the Council for  the ensuing year unpledged, and was  prepared to rest his case on his  record as a member-of the 1911 and  previous councils.  visitors came up with a strong team  and for a little while it looked as if  the Enderby boys were to be badly  beaten. The home team went on the  ice with  the following line-up:   Goal,  for tho work received. Mr. Johnson j was'prepared to admit that the  failed to state, however, thatthe put .'Pagf'year had'' been a failure so"'far  a tender in for the'&_imo work, (the jas civic progress was concerned, l.ut  drainage work) which was more than   would  not say   that anyone in  nar-  ticular was to   blame for it.   Speak-  Mr.  Robjnson    recognizd  the advis-S Smith;    point,     W.     Johnson,    cover  ability of Mr.    Fulton continuing on  point,    G.   Duncan;    rover,  Christie;  thc School Board until thc work un-  centre, Young; left wing, C. Johnson;  dertaken the past year has been com- -right wing, S. Speers.  pleted.J At the same time hc would I It took but a minute for the visi-  do thc work of school tr i :ce������������������_: fc tin;'tors to score thc first goal. They  best of his ability provided the vote:tov>k the -puck at the get-away and  of the ratepayers placed him in that rushed it straight into the net.. The  position. - - q j second-goal    came in  from  tho-side.:  a/Mr. Fravel and Mr.' Grant were in There was good'reason for disputing  attendance at the meeting,- but each the goal, but it was allowed without  declined  to express-himself.      -   -   -  HOSPITAL    AUXILIARY  MSPITING  A  meeting of the   Hospital   A'.ij.il-  To-night there will be a game on  the Enderby ice between Armstrong  and the home team. It promises to  be a fast one.  WITH THE CURLERS  half  again as high as the price paid  to Mr.  Russell for thc same wc.-'-  In  the   matter of   the    Press,  Mr.  ing of   his  -candidature, Mr.  Ruttan  said he had   allowed - himdclf- to be  Johnson said   many    things pro and | nominated   at  the    earnest    solicita-  con���������������������������mostly    con��������������������������� about the editor. ! tion of   several    business people and  He also took up the matter 'of the  Progressive program mapped out by  the " ratepayers, and said he was  in favor of some of the suggestions  made and others he did not favor.  He asked the support of the electors "on the strength of his fitness  for the   position    of   'mayor,  and if  property owners. But hc wanted to  bc elected, if at- all, with the distinct understanding that it is to be  a year of continued civic progress.  His home was in Enderby and would  continue to be. He was interested in  seeing the town go ahead. He was  not prepared to sit down and see no  any parleying. - _     _ .  _ _     j*"-  After this the- Enderby "boys gingered up, and- the visitors-had to  fight    hard    for   the    balance"'of the  iary was   held   in    the City vmil  en   ga���������������������������' -   S|",1Ul  ^^  seyeraI .swift  Jan.  8th,  with    the viee-presidont in if������������������tS ������������������" U" s������������������n1'  but l!1 thc scc6������������������J  ,,      ,   .        -.,, ,. ,     2o minutes Verncn managed to score,  the chair.     After rutinc -business r.hc i , .   . ������������������������������������������������������ ������������������     ,  -. .  ,    _        ,   _-   ...        !two    '"ore   points.     While  this  was  meeting    proceeded    to    elect orfu-ers' ,, .      -    ,     ���������������������������  .      _, . ' T-.li-.--     8������������������inE on .Young,   for Enderby,  man-  for the-ensuing year: President, Airs, i       ,   .        .... ,       . ��������������������������� i ������������������i~" ���������������������������������������������-   -^"w...    -_...���������������������������_,; ,,.lb ciui-ru  S.   Poison;    1st - vice-presid;!:.t,   >!,,.. |*8������������������d  to"ll(,������������������    '" one for t,,e h������������������m?  Mb rink, and  there-Will ,, roo U-ly ]'c  .   . ,, ,;   ,       . .,,..,      [team.     This put the teams -1 to J in ���������������������������       n        ��������������������������� , .       '-���������������������������  Leigh ton;    2nd-   vice-president,    Mrs. , u another rink, go : down to entur the  T 1 i j. l ^ r '   Vt^iIiO'l   f>    I iX. ������������������ Ol ��������������������������� iii* i_i  Enderby curlers have been enjoying  some fine   ice    the    past    week,   and  the nightly    games   make merry the  limbering    length   of    the    long low  rink.     The standing of the     nks" up  to Tuesday    night    was    as   'i Hows:  Williams 2 up and 2 down;1 Johnpc-n,  2 up and 1 down;    Murphy, 2 up and'  2 down;    Scott, ^l"up   and z.d'-.wn;  I up and 2   down;    Mack, '. up and- I  down;    Taylor 1    up   and    2   down;  Keith, 1  up and 2. down; Prince/, up-  aridU down.   "It   will "be noted" from-  these winnings how"closely'the" riiiki.  are matched.     The average .���������������������������[ all is  better; but there   has not yet developed an exceptionally, strong one.-It.  is  easier'   to    keep    the,   interest  up  when'tin's is the case.  Next week the annual bonspeil "-ill  jopen at  Vernon.'' -Prince Jias end red  Lemke;  secretary-treasurer,     .Mr:--.   II. :  W.    Keith;   executive,    Mrs.   Mr.wat. (    ln  ihc hisfc U'enl-Jr.  tlie home boys  Mrs. McMahon,"Mrs. Stevens. |,),|L Lhe visilors on the defensive.   It  .Following    i.s   thc    financial state-1w,lB u  tussle of   ������������������nus������������������al merit.   The  ment since    the   opening .jf the i.'ot- jvls|torB l>a<l the advantage of weight  tage Hospital  in August, .THI:  Receipts  Subscriptions     $  Dues    -   Candy sales and tons    Dances and Concerts    Hospital   opening   .".  land experience, and also in combina  jtioii    work,    but   Enderby lias some  C0.2r. istar individual  players who have the  ?G00jPeed and    are   not   afraid    to tackle  the biggest of 'em.  elected lie   would    work for the pro- i progress    being   made.     If thc rate-     *K    ay  , ,,     , __,,.,,.! -,,.', , I J? iv   gi:css-Of-thc-town-tn-thp���������������������������hPs^-of-^lig--pnycra=^wifihBd==lo--^nf���������������������������\tapnllp^he=was���������������������������  e mos. grant from.City.  ��������������������������� I ,,q i "*-"- ���������������������������"frstai' ���������������������������-"   ���������������������������������������������"���������������������������     Charlie Johnson  38G.G5   ma,,G a   ,H'illianL    Play "an'd    scored  4735i after rushing the puck through  l.hree  6l!so'of tIle   Vcr,10n  h2ixyy  Players.   Speed )0f i_IU]erhy.  .12S.nn:tuld   (laBh   with    a  lGVel   llCful  "lsQ  Cn:.!_Mi-._Chadwip.k:.finis-|lPfl-<ho-p)���������������������������,���������������������������!,in  contests for the cups.  Local Float  -  Good  morning!   Have you  voted ?  Vote for" the Progressive ticket and  watch Enderby grow !  IV.   Crawford    will    not   be   in  his"  dental oflice next week.'  Mrs.   V. " C.- Brimacombe   of    Arm-'  strong,  is visiting    Mrs.  F.  E. Mills  al.ility.  In reply to Mr. Johnson's remarks  the chairman first called upon the  School Board to make any explanation  deemed necessary.  Chairman Taylor of the ' Board,  briefly stated thc facts in relation to  the letting    of   the school  contract.  The Board, he said, offered no  "npolbgyfor" tlie letting of the contract. The tender of Mr. Ruttan  was regularly received and regularly  let in open public meeting of the  Hoard. Afr. Johnson had admitted  the correctness of the figures published last week, showing Mr. John-  inn's figures to bc $3,700 higher than  the tender of Mr. Ruttan, which left  ujthing for the Board to explain.  The members of the Board had acted  in good faith in thc interests cl the  ratepayers and the provincial pev-  rrnment and would continue to adhere to this policy.  Jlr. Fulton said he was pleased to  '-ear Mr. Johnson tell thc audience  1 lie truth about thc school contract,  lie had heard Mr. Johnson state  iniblicly figures in connection with  ; 'ie school contract which were abso-  1 itoly false. He heard him quote  '���������������������������-tures which were $1,000 out in the  ���������������������������r. intra ct price, and $300 wrong in  /tis own tender. If Mr. Johnson  ���������������������������vould deliberately quote his own  li ;urcs $300 out, what might he not  ������������������ o capable of in telling what he did  :* ot know about the figures if o'/'ers.  Mayor   Ruttan    was called upon to  preparel to give his time this year,  and to'push development to the'extent of the funds at the town's disposal.     If the town did not propose  =3-ai)len-C71nst1e   to   score.       This putjin  the   new   vicarage last week, and  $   788.05   tl,C 1,omc Lc:im w,U,,n rnn of U,c viHMr. Piper thc paintinr  .ilors.     Thoy  were now playing with I    MCiSSI���������������������������.    Attendoroug  Expenditures  ! Hospital equipment  $   2C5.15 ! n <InHl1    Lh,lt    cm,I<1   noL   ,,c ,m'L |,y ! returned from  gh   and    Hogg,  a   visit of two weeks  to go    ahead,   then   hc    was not the i  -Draying  Hospital    telephone dues  cry  iliary    Thursday,    Feb.    0th,    nt  thc  home of  thc president,   Mrs.   S.   Pol-  son. Thc membership fee of .$1 will  be collected. All not members are  earnestly requested to attend. "'ea  will be served.  mnn  for the    mayoralty,  and  would ! ,,      ,    .   "^'""V"  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������      ,   ,     ,      .    .      ' j Advertising & station  prefer not to he elected.- .  f,    .  ,       *  j Social  and  concert expenses..  Mr.  Fulton    was    called  upon.   IlejIlonn    tf)   mw   w������������������rwlck for  said Jic. was_._aski.ig__:tiie. vote.of- the ,    j lospital-improvemrnr -~  ratepayers because hc had  been nom-^^ I1K)S,  Krant t() ll0sl)ilfll<  mated as   school    trustee and also a ���������������������������  member of   thc    Council.       He   was  prepared  to    serve   as he .had .served  on the board    the   past year.   Jf bis  past service   had  been acceptable Le  was prepared  to    promise a continuance' of tlie same kind  of work.     He  was prepared    to    continue  with   the  School Board to    assist in the completion of the work thcy had started  out upon.   Mr.    Taylor,  chairman of  thc Board, desired him to do so, nnd  he would   do    his best,  if fie peoyle  wanted him there, to give to Enderby  a schoo'. house as ;. oo 1 as  iny i*   the  Interior.       He did  not believe there  was anything too good for Enderby,  and especially in  the matter of new  school.      As  to    his  candi laturc   for  alderman, lie believed it would be ;in  advantage for  the    School   beard  to  have a member    on   thc '"Jo'iiu-il, especially this year in  c.jtinei'.tion witb  the laying out and.completion of the  school streets and grounds.  Mr. Blanchard briefly stated Iiis position on the several matters the incoming council has been requ'idted to  undertake.      He was in favor of ad-  Vernon. Thcy had but ��������������������������� few mlnuton |fir morc .��������������������������� Lhc Northwcav cltle8 tlllrt  more  to play, and another no.il  was; week.  needed to tic the score. The En ler- j R^. and Mrs. M. F. Hilton having  by players being the lighter U.������������������y jmoVc,| to the new vicarage, will be  were  tumbled    about  pretty  roughly ;.<Al ,,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,..  Ul(,   fl)|,,.Ul Thl|,SI,        f  in-the -mix-ups, ���������������������������but-Uierc-wnir iitl:lo-V.ic.r month     "  or m, penalising playing. \\:lij Mr. R. U.' Gibbs, nnd the Misses  Johns.,,, at    point    played  (He  .fame ;(.,���������������������������,,��������������������������� W(>,,, C(l���������������������������0(] ,1(Jine ,(isl weuk Ly      I1," Ulf Ume- H" <Ji'1 ,),l"(���������������������������'1" ������������������������������������',"v<',.:the  hodsi.le or their mother who lies  balance on  hand  .:    $ i.Cf. il,u,,IKh   ho    ,,I(,,1'L   ll,lV0   <������������������ ,'lt ,:':k ' seriously ill.     Thcy departed on Sat-  Thcrc will be ��������������������������� meeting of the Aux-  ConL,',jl  ,llul    fc<1    Lo������������������ ,nf,ny  "���������������������������" tl"'   urday for England.  vantage ground    of the visit us. .    Thu  Presbyterian    !.���������������������������'i,P������������������.     ...Iwlll  j    After a    lot   of   close-in    v,.ik  in   i-.0Irl a Silhouette Social in tlie S:in-  ���������������������������t..r)0  2S.90  jfi.sr.  1-17.00  "200700  125.00  $   780.-10  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF  PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE is hereby given that the  partnership heretofore subsis'.ing between us, as the undersigned as auctioneers in the City of Enderby, B.  C,  was dissolved  by mutual  consent  A.  E.  MAUNDRELL.  reply to the criticisms he aad 1 card vancing thc   town    improvements as'Enderby, B. C,  Jan. 2nd, 1913.  front of thc Vornon goal, j.rt hi, ie .lay School    room    of the rdiurch  on  the  game    hell    soundel,   Sid  r-peers Wednesday,     Jan.    22nd.     Ice  Cream  made a clean   s:..a    to    l.hj n't and will  be served.  tied LI--c score.     Some noise followed. Jan. 30th is    tho   late <f T,, iota's-  To   play    off,     the    boys  agreed   t> reception    in    Enderby.      Its  wilt  b-<  play live   minutes each    way.      I!. i!i accompanic I    by    Dni'.-.na  Rill  and  a  t   earns    played    fine    hock< v  h,  thi.: ictinuc  of    Ci'-ili  la.lies.    Adinisfior.,  play-off.   In  one of the mix-ips    ]-,-' 7.1c; reserved seats, $' "i0.  followed in the first f> min.ite;-., Youn Effective    Sunday,    Jan.    26th,  the-  scored the winning goal for Enderby. northbound    Sunday   trip  on  Okuna-  The   visitors    fought    close   to   tiie gan lake   will    be   discontinued,  hut  Enderby net   in   the next. 5  minutes, thc   southbound    Sunday    trip    will  and   mado    several   shots,   hut   Kmith continue as per present schedule  on the 2nd day of January, ]SI3, at j managed    each    time    to  get  in  the Reports 0f the severest storms -md  the    expiration   of    contract, and at | way of thc    puck.       When    thc bell eold  weather thcy have had in many  the termination of licence as received   rang the score stood  5-4 in favor of years come    from California ���������������������������,.,.. the  fsom    the   City    of    Enderby.       All   the home team. 1'acific  northwest.   In  Sonth.-rnCali-  claims against    the said  partnership  as such   to    be   presented to Walter  Robinson,    Box    153,    Enderby,  B.C.  Jan. 2nd, 1913.  WALTER  ROBINSON  There was considerable complaint fornia it is said that half of the  during the progress of the game, by .citrus fruit crop will be mine;!.' In-  the spectators, owing to the long de-! thc Cascade mountains thcy have had  lays arising from the loss of the J 20 feet of snow in the past week,  puck over the fence. The rink man- Jan. 30th \s tae da������������������;: for the dis-  agement was urged in language asicovcry of "A-mcrry !.t>y'' by "nuium-  forcible as eloquent to lay in a sup- bus" at the Opera lK.asc. ' _lj���������������������������:  VOTE TODAY  THE .ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 16, JG13  FINANCIAL  STATEMENT  FOR  YEAR  ENDING  DECEMBER  31st,   1912  A.  FFLTON, SCHOOL TRUSTEE  Mr.  A.  Fulton, at the earnest soli-  Revenue and Receipts  Cash i.in hand and at bank  Jan. 1.'.2  '     TAXES:���������������������������  General  City  levy  $3,324.15  School levy���������������������������  ('ity     2,216.10  Extra   Municipal     District...     770.43  Local  Improvement levy ....     SC5.G8  ?7,182.36  p Less rebates allowed    $  Less  ami.  unpaid   i:)12  taxes.  " Ljc.  Imp.      "  Amount, of  1912 Taxes received  "      " ��������������������������� 1911  "     "     1910  "      "     1909  Interest  on  taxes   ': ..  .  SUNDRliO.-;:-  793.3  227.35  1,406.47  5,775.89  493.86  ]96.17  .94  19.10  ��������������������������� 5  citation of his many friends, and the  public generally,  has been  induced  to  stand    for     school    trustee    another  term.      In   -so doing    Mr.  Fulton exhibits a great   deal of  that essential  quality in the success of a man���������������������������public spirit.      To   have    a  man  of  Mr.  Fulton's  calibre on  the school  board  is a real gain to thc city.     He works  hard at whatever he undertakes,  and  there    is    no    discounting    his  work  when  it  is  finished.      It is especially  important at  this  time  to  have  Mr.  ���������������������������'i.lt in    buck    on    the  school  board.  [ he   Board    should    be given the opportunity  to complete the  work they  iiave undertaken.     No member of the  school board    has    a better grasp of ;  the requirements    in  connection  with  the new    school   building now in the '  course of erection.     Mr.    Fulton, vis- '  ited many large schools in other cit- :  ies when    they    had the plans of the  present    building    before    them,  and j  put himself in   a   position to see the  improvements that  were suggested by ]  the  oflicials  of    other school  boards.  He is a   practical    man,    and knows  the    distinguishing    marks    of    good  workmanship.       To    put a new  man  on  the job at this time would be the  poorest of business.       It is the gen-  .eral opinion of the citizens that have  discussed    the    niatter that Mr.  Ful- j  ton is required on both the Board of ���������������������������  School Trustees and the City Council ;  ���������������������������particularly  at  this  time  when  the I  city and  the   school  board  will  have ;  to take up so many questions in con- -  nection with the new school.that are'  of mutual , interest.       We could not ;  have   a    dourer    headed    member on j Grant   fnr   Tear:hei.s.,;..;* [ __    2",7:.0.85  either of these    civic bodies,  nor one ! Less not yet.-received  .*       706.25  better, capable   of handling  the busi-j   ness  without   any petty dickering  or ���������������������������       .  Disbursements  .?       57.95  Bank of Montreal-  Loans, 1911    Loans, 1912  21,400.00  2,000.00  WATERWORKS  SYSTExM:���������������������������  Maintenance       200.54  Office  expense  (proportion)        400.00  Interest on Debentures   1,390.00  Sinking fund    l 019.13  Extensions,  1912  3,009.67  520.06  6 -1S,-|.9G  SOO 00  400.0  Trade licenses:  Liquor   '. I   liytf1 ;)    ...   .  Hpncr.il       P lice Department:  Fines and  fees    Road  tax     Dog  tax     Victoria  Day  celebration  Interest    Vitrified  pipe sold    Mill  Accounts paid-  Government grant  % f.Cr.OO  Cement sacks returned     2-1:,.00  Special    water    service   installations   ;'   c������������������s.3S  Refund on school  building account..  Municipality  0f Spallumcheen     B. C. GOVERNMENT GRANT:*: -  1,200.00  272.50  565.00  1L0.01.  834.3ft  96.02  12.00  ���������������������������    WORKS DEPARTMENT:���������������������������  Interest on  debentures   $1,560.01  Sinking fund   1,014.21  Local  Improvements  1,673.45  Road  Work,    including    sidewalk construction      839.18  Drainage,   general        1S9.28  Main  Drain  construction    5,914.22  2,574.22  8,616.13        11,190.35  CITY HALL:���������������������������  General  maintenance    212.46  Salary  (proportion)      80o!o0  Interest  on debentures       300.00  Sinking fund    167 9^  Furnishings        28.40  improvements,  1912         58.455  1,480.37  86.88  848.38  55.45  40.38  4,03-1.'i3  POLICE DEPARTMENT:���������������������������  Constable's salary (proport'n) 605.14  Magistrate's  salary   300.00  Travelling  expenses    70.SO  Maintenance of prisoners   65.00  Coroner's fee   20.00  Uniform & repairs to same... 33^50  Legal expense    3 00  aive-' 7. 2*50  Sundries   .'.  gg  2,024.60   *     12,602.34 Furnishings .for all  1,100.74  3.90  time-wasting   quibbling    creeping   in. !    WATERWORKS  SYSTEM:���������������������������  NOMINEES JN TODAY'S   ELECTION J  The    following     nominations    were!  made  on  Monday for  the  election  to I  be held today: j  For Mayor |  J.  L.  Ruttan,  proposed  by S.  Pol  son, seconded by H.  M. Walker.  Jas.   F.   Johnson,    proposed   by   J  Grant,  seconded  by  Jno.   Folkard.  For  Aldermen  J.   F.  Fravel;  proposed   by  Jas  Johnson,  seconded  by E.   J.  Mack.  R.   Blackburn;    proposed  by  W.   H.  Hutchison, seconded  by  J.  N.  Grant.  J.  N.  Grant;    proposed  by  Jas.  F.  Johnson, seconded by G. H,  Smedley  H.   E.    Blanchard;    proposed  by  S.  .roIson,_.scconded_bv_.A���������������������������SutclifTp    Gross  earnings  during   1912...$3,847.87  Arrears   1011       183.10  Less rates due Jan.   1st   Arrear..    ,  1,775.79  ' 65.42  4,030.9:  1,84.1.21  Waterworks  connections  DEBENTURES:���������������������������  ; Waterworks (par)       2,000.00  I Local  improvements  (par)      18,500.00  Premium  <.n  sale  Accrued   Interest  p  ' Refund  of Insurance,  etc.  2,189.76  24.00  20,500.00  746.00  277.89  6.08  _!.2i:..7(j  FIRE DEPARTMENT:���������������������������  New hose, etc ;i#<>'#-  Paid ,to Board of School Trustees.  DONATIONS:���������������������������  Enderby Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary  Enderby Brass Band    1,104.64  595.35  5,803.18  125.00  131.25  256.25  21.52P.97  i    BANK OF MONTREAL:���������������������������  ��������������������������� Loans  (nending sale of debentures).  .Overdraft  as December 31st, 1912 ....  31.000.00  2,723.02  13,723.02  S. Teece, proposed by F. T. Turner,  seconded by G. Packham.  H. H. Worthinirton; proposed by  E. J. Mack, seconded by F. H.  Barnes.  A. Fulton; proposed by A. Sutclifle.  seconded by G. Packham.  S.  F.   Hartry;  proposed  by  S.  Pol-  Hon, secondel by G,  Pack-ham.  School Trustee  A. Fulton; proposed by J. E.Crane,  seconded by G. Packham.  Walter Robinson; proposed by F.  Pyman, seconded by J. N. Grant.  SUNDRIES:���������������������������  Recreation Ground-  General  maintenance    Donation   Celebration  Committee"  Street lighting     Material  # "   Printing and  stationery  ........77.  Interest on temporary loans.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.  Assessment    Municipal Election   ..X.'.'.X.X.XXXXX'.  'Ban k^exch ange~7.vr.T  148.00  MM EXCELLENT POSITIONS OPEN  Special  interest fund   ".",'  Dishonored cheque  XXXXXXX.  Tax refunds  XXXXXXX.'.  Road Tax  Refunds ZiZ".'.'.'X"'"  Telephone  .'.".'.'.'"!.'.'   Audit fee  ."................  Postage  "!!.!."!..!.".!!..  Travelling expenses    P. 0. Box rent  *."**..."   Canadian & B.C. Municipal"Unions".'  .Legal, expenses. ;...-..--.  Publications   Telegrams  [ ".'.'..,   Rent of Bandstand site X.ZXX.'XXXX,  Boiler inspection   '.'..','77"  Livery  ............  Miscellaneous  '.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'  Tools and implements  7...  574.35  414.75  501.50  182.30  120.17  157.80  49.55  48.00  13.20  6.04  6.00  59.00  50.00  37.00  29.05  3.00  30.00  20.00   -  14.92  18.83  6.00  5.00   .  6 00  8,15  20.75  Cash on hand as at Dec. 31st, 1912.  J50.i^.') 29  $23,400.00  3,529.73  1,567.25  14,457.59  3,442.39  239.58  $50,069.29  NEW    FEDERAL    LAW     COMPELS  VESSELS   TO HAVE MORE WIRELESS  OPERATORS. ,   ���������������������������  .,                 .         ...                          ,     80 AIRES good unimproved Und suitable    for   mixed    farming;  I ���������������������������<  niies  Many    good    positions are open  to  ���������������������������oung men and women in the field of from Bn(1erby  'Wireless"   and commercial  telegraph 1 m ACRES, with house, barn and a few  acres    cleared;  2 miles from  En  .ervice.    The    passage    of    the  new I  federal law, effective October 1, com-j  pulling    all    sea-going   vessels  to  be   85 ACRES,  with good six-roomed house;   small   stable  and  out-bulldiugs;  equipped    with    wireless instruments 12 acres cleared, with small orchard,  and manned by two competent operators, has created a great demand for j Several  one-acre lots inside-city  limits.  operators in the marine wireless ser- Thesc properties are for sale on very easy terms by-  vice. Federal laws now require railways to use more operators than  ever before. The Morse Telegraph  Company, opposite the Orphcum  theatre, Seattle, operates in close  connection with wireless and commercial oflicials, and can place graduates in good positions. It will pay  you   to  write  for  full   particulars.  H. W. Harvey  Agent  Real  Estate  Broker. Fire and Life Insurance.  Pont, Office Block, Enderby  Wanted���������������������������Oeam  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  ***  ? 1  ?!  fl Thursday, January 16, 1913  THE JONDKRBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  t  MINERAL OUTPUT    OF PROVINCE ; S^^S^^S^SS^mS^SS!^S^m^^^^^S^^S^S^^S^^^^^A  &    $  The money you invest: in Phonograph Records  goes farthest when you buy  ^1  cine Amberol itecoras  Farthest from a musical standpoint,because Blue Amherols have  a finer tone than an}'other phonograph records and reproduce  in a more lifelike way.  Farthest from an investment standpoint, because Blue Amherols-will never, wear and reproduce less perfectly than when new, and will never  become injured by careless handling.  The Blue Amberol is a Record for  V*  !���������������������������  'he rtrti  J-U-__3'  *W%    fr*'' 5rfe ������������������% W% ������������������% /fa"&* s*^ '  ^11 llOilOMl-a.  Hear it at your Edison dealer's today  Tliomus A. Edison, Inc., 100 Lakeside Ave., OranRe, N. J., U. S. A.  A complete line of Edison Phonographs ancl Records will be found at  THP" rh,,nc'ine5V  w  Tbe preliminary estimate of British  Columbia's mineral production during ](J12 has just been completed by  thc Provincial Mineralogist, Mr. \V.  Fleet   Robertson,     and    indicates   a  "breaking of all records for this industry in li.    0.,   both as to output  'quantities and values. As to the  former, the figures prepared by the  expert heal of thc Alines Department  show   totals    for    the   past twelvc-  ' month of 2-10,000 ounces gold (including both lode and placer productions)  2,900,000 ounces silver; 38,000.0D0  pounds lead; 51,000,000 pounds crp-  per; 8,338,500 pounds zinc; 2,650,000-s  tons (of 2,240 pounds) coal;, and 2-..,-'|  ��������������������������� 000   tons    coke.      The   value of the  placer    gold   saved    within the. Pro-'  vince during the year under review is'  .placed at   $500,000,    and, that of the'  .gold production from quarcz S-1.S60,-  : 000���������������������������a total    for   the    most prericus  ; metal  of    ?5,460,000.   '    In    1 Oil  the  :placer   gold    product    represented  a!  value    of   ?426,000    and   the    money'  worth of the    lode gold $4,725,513, a,  Igain being thus recorded  in the for-  ;mer of $74,000    and   in the Int ter of  '.$235,287,    or '.$309,287    in    the total. _ j:  ; Silver    shows    a    gain   of    ..007,383 ;|f  ; ounces in  the" quantity and $717,!i07 ! j| g*^!  ��������������������������� in money value;    the lead prod'-ot is,'  increased by 11,127,603 pounds, jopre-:  , seating    $450,479;    the copper cut-.ut j |  has leaped from 36,927,656 to al.fi'H),-  3ur money and  your money can buy  OUR   BUSINESS   IS RUN   ON A STRICTLY   CASH   BASIS  aVi  !C_ \f**  i\j n ������������������.  S23&3Z^B25S������������������Si&SZ3S33S!  !!<3niia������������������i_������������������������������������-������������������iaen__t<SHs:_������������������__uc������������������i__a������������������t-S������������������u_^  j 000    pounds    (a   gain    of   .11,072,344 ; I  I pounds),   representing    $3,7'J6,85G  1 value;   the   zinc   production    of last  'year exceeds that of 1!������������������L1 by 5,'������������������".ri,456  i pounds in   quantity    a:ul .$372,4C-: in  aa; worth, both   having more t!i.r.i freb-  SESm\mE^a^&������������������������������������&sW3_a^__mgB^&Et&B&^^B&  SI coal  gi~"-    and    coke,    despite ' industrial  )\ j troubles    which . have .materially re  lii duced the output of Vancouver Island  gram   proposed   ;.'n   municipal *'_ flairs!  \jcollerics,  gained    in quant -ry 0ot.4l33 jfor the ensuing season.,    it i. along',   If  3 1 -     - .       - ���������������������������      ���������������������������  -  |.long tons and $1,990,71)8 in value.  || j bled   within    the    r.velvc-m nta;   and  PROGRESSIVE PROGRAM FOR 1313 !  L^oC  Following  is   the    pri-_rre..sive-i ro-  \*3jl  iVl  cllS  WAVE OF GREAT PROSPERITY  Durl  Conserv  you want' prime* f-resh meats, w.  Our cattle are grain-fe>  the lines of this ni-in 0r action that:.--a-Ve lhern-      -.-.----.-.-- =-_--������������������--  -  the City -Council   headed, by Mayof1<an(i selected l>y our own buyers;from";*  Ruttan has been   as'c_.l  to push for-i the ricliest -feeding "grounds -in Albef-' .  ward   the   public   business bo fay'as "ta' 'and   are   killcd -^'"cutstrictl '  : ERT3SH.  ng   the    first year of  the new   ,, -    . .     ,, ._.,,-,' EJRESH - v -   -       ���������������������������"5  ���������������������������    ,. ��������������������������� ithey consistently can with the funds   ���������������������������Lill*JO-?\  rvative     government,     ^aiv.da \t tl]eh. fl. _.    >i     We buy first-hand for. spot cash;  ���������������������������IKJ  Made strictly from' Saskatchewan and  Alberta wheat, in the gihas, oujoyc?   unPar*llcwd   pr.snori/yj ���������������������������-,--   -  .   -       ._       | can give.ydu,the best price possible.  rwrr v tvttt r   ,'.- M--.ni-.-,-,       ti ni3T^*\Tnu?n      -n   '(���������������������������-.-> ���������������������������<��������������������������� i ������������������Iam'  1S    cntennS   upon  -he new year I    I.   All public works undertaken  to i" '   "'  ONLY M J LJj m tie Okanagan.    J he r ION IhhR mil oJ British iL-ith ���������������������������-.���������������������������,.���������������������������   ���������������������������,.������������������c,m���������������������������;t   ,      m ������������������        '.���������������������������   , ,       , L.-,,t-  _, , . /?     wnn^-^-jmr.vnr,     .���������������������������. h;vath CNeiy    piospect of another iec-;be of a    permanent. and substantial; t  Columbia, ancl now one ot the"MObl COMPLME milling sys- ���������������������������;ord-brcaking  period:    Tnn., mr the,,character. ���������������������������- * -    '-   "*������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������>' ._���������������������������''  tems in Canada.     Try this floiU* and,you'll find it will produce a glnrst time    in   the    c laitry'.. history j   2.   All streets at present in use to!'  grent Volume of good, wholesome, NUTRITIOUS bread.      You f:win this year Pass lhe billion dollar jbe gra(]ed    up,    and   centre   covered i   will find the color WHITER than any other flour on the market (\mark-    Tn   Jnn������������������nry   the   total was with rock to a width sufficient to en-! BLANCHARD & FNPI fqi j  j ���������������������������this means that it-is CLEANER  than any other, flour on the  market. ���������������������������  WHY NOT USE YOUR HOME FLOUR ?  We both lose money if you don't.    For sale by all good grocers  or at our mill.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited .  ���������������������������cAv>vi_R������������������ij-������������������ATt f*vjiau*ur~iiu* Batwm-sfw^wism v<^*?h���������������������������H^z*WJ&���������������������������<r1f������������������**^^JCif!^***s^lto^^^^ *-ja >-vjmw r-^-'-^r** ������������������ ^^cww^*-*T^_Mi^>_i^e5������������������M?������������������sri*c������������������i������������������j_S3_?f������������������������������������oo  .arpe,-. :.   . .  ��������������������������� Enderby, P. C.  3:.?G3,()S0,443.     There    was an  increase able vehicles to pass each other.  s j of another    million    in the February      r,     ���������������������������  ,     . ...       ���������������������������     '    "    ,  J returns,   while    by-March the figures!  ,3' ^f CCmCnt BfwaUt8 to ftU  kn.i    ,-,ln���������������������������,i    ���������������������������J;^u^    ULl^.streets   where   warranted    by traffic,  e-  of  ���������������������������" Knderby, U. C.  _'i,���������������������������,,    ���������������������������          -,     ,       l   11 .... stiuuts   wnere   warranted    ny trani  6;had   jumped    twenty-three    millions.!   ���������������������������.,   ���������������������������., , y  Hi .n                  ,,     .   _ ,      ,. .and   where  property owners are  pr  liiAll summer the  totals climbed  until 1 ���������������������������      ',  , 1,   ���������������������������"    ,        , -  !hv nnhnhnr   tho    ������������������Z,,.n    .,.������������������������������������������������������ ttM     P������������������ie{1  to Pay   their share by way  Contractors & Builders  jjby October   the   increase   was $101,  : 277,409.       November    figures jumped \  ,frontage tax.  [-another three    millions,"and  the Do-j    4-   ArranSc for a regular system, of  i First-class Cabinet Work  and   PicUn-p Framing-.  ~ UmliMtakins: I'arlors in connection.  street cleaning,   whereby streets will :    NrJst to City Hn]L  tl""*"1*''    binuu     iii.iuuua,   aim   tiie uc-; " ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� j      -:  {'cembcr    figures,    which    are not yet ifitreot cleaning,   whereby streets will:  r\compiled, will"go still higher. \he kcpt cle:,-r   of   rn^'^sli, weeds and  *  * itfrass kept    down   in    summer, snow  -R  rcir  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter snd Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  - -WIRE FENCING  n. V. SCOTT,  Three Pine Tlanch, I.nderby  Contracts taken for erection.   Orders  for spring work no������������������ being booked.      j  X'''^X.yk^:t    Q 5 IJ tl<r  .      v  'i\ .-   <'>'*-.t-���������������������������*��������������������������� x-^iir^-  s '. LA-.   !���������������������������)���������������������������������������������������������������������������������_- .-i",-,V<-. s������������������V*  ._.-."   M-. J,z-������������������J   Vi-'--.  ^-e������������������L  'B v*ci:.a.-pa-atv_,.j~������������������ *i.  1. l.TO'Ili'^S"  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  ENDERBY CHORAL SOCIETY  =( Comnnrrn cuterlj"  1 grass kept  ��������������������������� plow   sent    around    in winter imme-  idiately after every snow fall to clear  '7-MzsfiS,  .������������������������������������������������������F*l  :i.\.H7 -t-.-rZi''">-i^ \���������������������������  -~:.l_ 11 -.-,��������������������������� .1,    .-      . . _ . _ ,_���������������������������  Jn-. _^.1_A'-_a.'__.iil V* - J^!" -J  -synl e->r-_rin.T,- irml-TTl l" CI OMHingS-Kept j    V _'   X������������������**������������������������������������������������������-.'$\1? ^���������������������������.'.jfv'-^r ~  ir of mud in spring and fall. j    ^^Zi^^'"^^^^^-^^-^  SYNOPSIS OF. COAL MINING REGULATIONS  A most enthusiastic meeting of the  c,ea  above society    was held  on  Tues lay '    5.   Provide n    dumping ground an,]  evening last.     The society is almost'arrange a regular system of seaveng-  P1 -s , ��������������������������� reaily with a    comic opera (Christo-' ing.  lans ana estimates phcr ooiumbiis,   in  vnUKittr] V      ll members    infcn(1 KivniK in   mcnts ���������������������������B    t0    re,nUnrr.lUon   for scr.   Northwest Territories and  n  port-ion  .Mli&lifeU tlie Opera House,    on Tuesday,   .ran.   vices    renderccl    nnd    for damage  to   of th? IJJ'ovi'^e oi British  Columbia,  Special    costumes  r:..l   clothes in   ense    nf fh-n   of,.    .,������������������ win   m,iy        Icu8C(1 for n t('r,m of fcwcut>'-  in- u-en-ii-Pil   ..ni  ii   i   ��������������������������� ,n   case    of ,11C| ctc'- llH wln  one years at an   annual.rental of ?1  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  A-mnrrv knvi ',.,,, in -^'^'toba,    Saskatchewan  and  Al-  im-iiy klj;      G.   AiH|.0SUCh    reasonable  arrange-   berta,    the    Yukon     Territory,    the  30th  next.  ^"^-���������������������������=!������������������  ^ '&��������������������������� _r*_, -'fv S^T  ������������������J S, * J ������������������������������������������������������4-/ II  v^  ������������������m-rix  and  gs  ^^.  \7? ^I7" <r*-''  u/*  ������������������X\m   ar  A Jn hi  ���������������������������a  ���������������������������K.-������������������<-<5b  i_y -*fe������������������  i: A~^   a j.4 I  \V. .( cr-v-V'':/  e a.riiclos ilxs-A wenrten seldom  buy for ii.ema. Ivc3.  , son, and those who have been privi  lc.p;ed to seo or liear parts of 'Columbus" are unanimously agreed  that this season's undertaking will  eclipse that of last year. Some  wonderful costumes were worn cir  Tuesday last; and these, together  with the droll antics of Tapioca and  his factotum, Banana Bill, Lhc dignity of Ferdinand, the owl-like man-  iner   of    the  ,omce,  thus providing a first class ,ire 'be d^bed" &'' sec.i^ T ^  .alarm system at but little cost. sub-division.1} of   sections, and in un-  8.   Tmprove street  lighting system, !si"-veye������������������l   territory   the tract applied  ,nof  ui7 i   a i      , , ;for slla11 bti staked out by the appli-  instalhng a    better   grade of lamps, |cant }]im__elf.  and,  in conjunction   with  the Okana-1    Each    application    must be ac#on>-  gan Saw Mills    company, arrange to  Panied by a-fee   for .$5 which will be  have  same placed  on  a circuit inde-: ref"nded.,if, ,L1,C ri*,,ts applied for are  -.��������������������������� ,i������������������������������������������������������������������������     r m     i ��������������������������� .   , 'not fivailable,  but not otherwise.   A  ; pendent of the house service so that  royajty   shall   be paid   on    the mer-  stroet lights   will not be  burning in   chantable output of the mine at tbe  " | rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  the day time, as at present,  \  >'  -_r'  _J  i.vyrry  -tyrzyy  w_>) -,.-.>*1  F T is here their streak of  J������������������_  enxioiny >:. .,,-..���������������������������!.    'I li-v Ii..m: a   inighly  npi'ia i.ui<.n for ������������������\i< li tiling.-, ln.t ihey cn-  pa:t liiirii- ni..n folks to   -,-  bi������������������yiii-.������������������. ^mmsj^%  This i- the pi-.co lo ^5  . :. w.nt. !,.\.���������������������������i!ie 1 .i_;c���������������������������l, hist ns.sf.itcl, nll:ar(i\e p  utt)- '< of lii). .1 j.nid .ni.l si.-ild gmd waii-hc-- in this icwu. Lvf.ivoi.o h:i_ a ���������������������������>._  rriiiibU: wi.ik.s-' a real }.i:*.c licul tii-,i-.'i.eo|)<;i���������������������������-their upkeep i-.Zi.-t ib low. * p  Pi iced fio.u .-jl'-'.UO to .'y'oO.OU.    Wc failure the l.ljjin watch. M  c L      li        ,,-���������������������������',    a      * ~ i      ,       ���������������������������_   , i , ,     Lim jyu.ouu u.)ui._-iiig liiu mine snail  Savants,   the   obstimite '    9-   Acquire land suitable in charac-  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  .   . , .......__>._     _nv    ._{._.u_     ,,11,11    pllYUlU    lUl/lllllb  'insistency    0f   Isabella, and  the i:m-, tor and   location,    and lay it out in   accounting  for   the    full quantity  of  an   up-tp-date  and   becoming  manner [ merchantable coal mined and pay the  | tinous attitude of thc sailors   shouh  'provide an    evening's capital jinu.-e-   for a cemetery.  10.       Complete  j ment.   The manner   in which  CoKmi-  City      Hall  I royalty there-m.      If the coal "m4ning  rights are   not   being operated,  such  a������������������d   returns should   be furnished at least  '/J  F. PYMAN, Jewler,    Enderby  . - ���������������������������         ii.nm.io  anuuiu     uu   nu insiie.i   at   icast  bus pacifies his motley crew is in it-  grounds, and  maintain same in good  osce a year.  self a unique sight.   We are sure the   order. i    The lease will include the coal min-  membern will acquit the-nsijivfis CTcd-'    H.   Investigate    question    of   pr0.'inS rfshtf only. but the lessee may be  ��������������������������� j   , , ,r, , '   . ,.      l . permitted     to     purchase     whntever  itably on Jan. 30th, and tli.it the-I viding town with a sewerage system,-j aVnilal>le surface rights may be" con-  citizens of Enderby will uppreiiiitc obtaining all necessary data and ex-jsidered necessary for the working of  the efforts made to tfoep piice with | pert advice, with plans; specifications I the mine at the rate of ?10.00 an acre  other musical towns h this \-nlev. and estimates, so as to bc in a Posi-1 /^i', f"U infonnatjon application  nn  m      , in i ���������������������������  i.i    ii ��������������������������� ���������������������������    V- a.      x     - l      .. should  be made   to the Secretary of  On   Tuesday,   Feb.   1th,  tho pnciciy-. tion     to    begin   construction    work, the Department   of  theHitei-iwr,  Ot-  will   commence    work   upon  mi  om  torio, when new members will >v. wei  coined.     Mr.  Sutcliffe was    'er  - the vacant post of secretary.  early in the succeeding year.  12.   As required by law, obtain the  I  to Services of    a    medical health  officer  for the city.  tnwa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. GORY,  Deputy Minister of thc Interior.  N.D.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of I tii  ill  IK LNLKRLY PULSS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 16, 1913  TASTELESS PREPARATION 8F  KlU-.'sMt-l.  Wilh Malt and Wild Cherry  For Chronic Coughs  and Obstinate Colds  ���������������������������./OOvOvv'jV .j.'.OujOyO'fiOOOOO  ,:���������������������������-���������������������������.���������������������������. . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� .   ���������������������������      .   ..-.- -��������������������������� ''-.-ooo  A. REEVES  Drti.ugist & Stationer  i'lit!' St. Kit I >'>���������������������������!'}'  FA KM ER a'  IN HT1T L'T I _  ENDERBY PRESS,  ' Editor The En b)r .y i'res.--.  i-.a.ii-ii.ii .-\..iy Thui-iiv  ..  i:,.,i.vi:\-. it c. i.l!    m       ,,.      ,,   ..���������������������������,.. ,    u. nf the '.Mb   iMhov/ing  Institii'o  balance  sheer,   un-  \.|vcili-iiiK  H.-it"--;    'lY.-in-i.-nt. V-V  ;<n  i:u'!i   ���������������������������.'���������������������������''!(!.,���������������������������   receipt"   r 111   h;t/e   "ril''.   if   "o������������������V-  inscrti.in. _.���������������������������*.(: ..';u'h  .-iiib:.c|'i'"'t in i?iti"ii.    '' :i- j "' ,,. ,,        ,.,. . .  n-:u't aiKiTiisiiu'. fi .-ii'. in.,!, I,.-.-iiiiDHli. 'der,   fuse  and  Caps,  !$-!,(ii ..'Is. ' "1s  should road,    "PJ11  .-tori*, of powder,  fuse nnd caps,' 5-1.'.71 Vi."  I have ju.-.t iv.cii.rvd lhc following  from  Hon.  Id.  yun.il.  Yours truly,       CJ.   S.  HANOCOCK.  l..-������������������t:il i^'-iiii'i'.-.:    Iwi !��������������������������� li'.v iii-t in.-ri tii.n: f-v :��������������������������� In,  i ;ii(li stib-<(i|iii'iu iii-'.i'rii'jii.  \ii-\lulinif N������������������.ici'S iitnl I.'ii'.-ilt-: I.Vu lim*.  JANUARY  Ki.   19J{?  r_.V> r**������������������������������������������������������ rr.-u ������������������_j r/-w _#������������������i  KAKMERS'   JNRTl'J'UTIC   MKKTIKG   G.   -.   Handco-l    Dec'i- Sir:     I am  An adjourned meeting of thc Northern Okanagan Farmers' Institute  was held in K. of P. Mall Tuesday  afternoon to discuss the question of  the appointment of an additional  delegate to attend the meeting of the  Central institute and at the same  time to  place before the Commission  j.  <-.-1VPis.   NT-0 K.l.  in  leu.'ipt "f j'i.' r  i-oto  with  copy    of  enclosed  petition  re.    telephone    communication     with  i.nderby, sent to the lion. Mr.Rogers  I am this day    writing  ���������������������������������������������  letter to  Mr.  Rogers asking liim to give it as  favorable     consideration as possible.  With  good wishes for the Xe\v   i'l-ar.  believe mc, Yours ver;.- truly,  M.  BURR ALL.  (Copy) ;  ogers, Minister of Pub-  Bank of Montreal  liatiiblislu-il   1817  Capital, -fl 6,000,000 Rest,  $16,000,000  Mon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. 'J. M-. tf.  President, Jl. i3. Angus, Esq.   Vicc-Presic.eji. ,11. V. Meredith  PRANCl-ES IN LONDON, ENG., NE W  YORK nnd CMICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received  from ?1 upwards, and  interest allowed  at current rates.  Interest credited  10th  June and ?,1 st December.  A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  "\'i-U.P.BY BRANCH  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F&A.M.  '.���������������������������I I'.'i-liy l-ilftf N''>. -10  iu-jcilm- nii.'eiiiijrji li������������������t  rmirwliiy mi <>r .-il'lci- U e  full mouii ,-it ������������������ p. in. in Oii������������������l-  folliiv.-s     Hall. VLsiting  biviliivn  cordially   invftwl.  Ion Agriculture the needs of the Nor  : them Okanagan in the way of assist- [  | ance   from    the    Government    in   the | The Hon. R.  i fuller    development    of   the   district.!    jic  Works:  ]    As a prelude to this discussion the !    ^y j_eal- Mr. Rogers:     T lately re  ; question of the enforcement of thc '��������������������������� ceived a letter from Mr. C. S. Hand-  noxious weed law in this district ; eoci_ With copy of a petition sent to  was placed    before   the    meeting    by j y0U  ;in(i signed by over 70 settlers in  , President Little.     The discussion led j Mara.  li.    O.,    asking    earnestly  for  l to all phases of the question being | telephone oonrrrr.inica.tion between  looked into. It was soon apparent * Mara and Enderby. Mara is thc  that thc farmers are at last awaken-   first  point  in    the    Okanagan  Valley  touched after leaving the mainline.  It is nine miles from Enderby,  which  A. su.C .IFKK  -  u'. .M.  F. II.   HAUNRS  Sfi.'j-Htary  I. 0.0. F.  r^-^JX!7%  \   zryy   "       X4'?22/   Kiir-Un UJtf-'. K". 50  M-_ets (".-> ry Tuusdiiy   .voniiiK alS ..'clock, in I. C.  I)   P  hull.  iMi-tciilf  UI'icU.    Visiting  hn.i licit,  .-I-  -wavs    wol.-'.mi. WM.  DUNi AN. N. G.  GKO. I.RU.A.ViY.  V. G.  II. K. WEIRI-:[.[_K.SPc-,y.-!  '- .i. li. GAYf-ORD. Tro.-..H.  ing to the importance of some united  effort being made to exterminate the  noxious wends which are fast boing! latter point is on the telephone sys-  allowcd to befoul the land. Especial ! tern of the whole Valley. It would  emphasis was put upen the dangers j undoubtedly be a great boon to all  arising from the rapid spreading or i these people and not a very heavy  the Canadian thistle. This, it was !��������������������������� expense. I should hc glad if you  argued, was becoming a real peril to ; would give this your favorable con-  the farm lands    of   thc district,  and Isideration. Very  truly yours,  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city 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."  (Extracl from Lowcry's LcAr'j.)  Enderby  King Edward Hotel, pl0,S  P. H. MURPHY  ENDERBY-   LODGE  Nn. BS, K, of r.  N.i.'iUm .'virv  M'-cday  uv.ninn  in K. of I'. 11 ii II.    Visit'n-s .;iir-  tU;-Mv invil'^l tu sitU'tid.'  r,. (i.iJAMri'.HI.I., CC.  O. [..STRICKLAND. K.I..S. -  T. K. HOniK   .M  F.  Hall   uifali'c f o Unncci-U. Dancifti and all pnl'lic  iiiiiL'i-iiii.'inicnts.    .For rale.u'.'uttf., address,  -   T.   K.  ROOilC. I'.Milfrby,  '*^tt  apparently  no    concerted   action  was j  ^ being  taken   by    the  farmers  to  stop  i the spreading or  to  exterminate  the  thistles now   to   he    fornd  on  every  piece  of   cleared    and  uncleared  land  in the    district.       Unless   immediate  steps were taken, it was pointed out;  thc district   wonld    soon  be  overrun  by this weed pest.  President  Little  M. IIURRELL  DELl-COATi. APPOINTED  At    an    adjourned    meeting  of  the  Enderby    PTorticultural Society,  hr:id  in the library of the City Hall.-.Moi.-  jday  afternoon,    Mr.    E.  B.  Kuiimau  '���������������������������wax  elected  a    delegate  to  represent  pointed  out   that;1110" so'cicty  at tllc annual ^^''cllll(J"  itcwas up  to  the. farmers  themselves I''(  the  Pair    Associat1o������������������s  of   ! r'1^'   ^.  Columbia,   to be held  at Vir.c.i'\T. on   Piano,  TShe WHITE  Sewing" Machine  In stock this   week.   It is thc best   or I wouldn't be selling it.   See it "  and try it before buying; it will pay   you  to    investigate; easy terms at  fair prices.  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  Disc, Records .-" '  Perforated Music Rolls, from 15c up /  For all Player Pianos .......    c _���������������������������_._...___  Always in stock - ;  Leave your order with us.for Edison or Disc Records, if we haven't  what you want in  stock.     -.See and  hear the  Goui.ay-Angelus  E  PROFESSIONAL  N'DRRl.Y   COTTAGE   HOSIMTAI  MISS WAKWIflK. Propiii-'licKrt  M.-Kcrnily fi-n;. i2'i per week  |'"u 'i ������������������������������������������������������ iVurii'.K iirdinary illnes-8. $2..r>0 |ivr day.  ES'DERLi Y. li. C.  vv  ALTKIl ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUHLIC  CONVEYANCER  Afcfr������������������'i'.ni'iit- '.r' Salt.'.    ObUiln & VlortKax.-s.   iloci.  :ii".ii. V/.l'i'.'*-" '1.    I.'iim* Nff.n.Ui.-H-'d  Ollic>>: I������������������.i..-n2, H^ll Ul-.ck. Ktirfprby. I'. C.  G  "    L. WILLIAMS  I) p.'iiinidii am!  I'lovim-i.-il l.-tini Siiivtjyut-  to have the noxious weed law en- j  forced. Secretary Handcock read a j  communication from thc deputy min- i  (istcr of agriculture stating clearly'  j that the Department was prepared to I  I enforce the law if the farmers were!  ; prepared to meet the conditions the j  j law imposed.  Mr. Little said   he believed the In- ,'  stitute should ask the Department to !  investigate    conditions,    and   to  procure  the services    of   an  expert who ;  ���������������������������could give practical instruction as to '  j the best method  of dealing  with  the!  i post. . |  I    Mr.   F.   H.   ITissard   gave    hi.s   ex-|  Iperience  in    dealing    with   the  Cana- J  . dian   thistle.       Me   found    the great  ! difficulty was   in    getting after it on  jthe    uiijccupiod    land    and   the  land.  Saturday,  the 25th    day of .January  If you  have land  to sell  At?.nt also lor Church nnd Purlor Organs  Al^.o Fire and Life lnsiiranco   ~  Ofiiceir brick block opp. Thd Walker I'recs.  ij. E. CRANE,  Knderby AkoiU  mj^*V^T  iKLL Block       Enubhhv. liC  \l. H. VV. KEYUi,  D  ���������������������������slashed and  burned  over but not cul-  j tivated.      lie   knew    some ctTort had  List it with me.  Jf yoa want to  buy land, see me.  Deer Park Fruit Land  I ENDEOY  No Irrigation Required  ; These lands arc situated on the b en ches near Enderby, and are especially seited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are in splen-  ��������������������������� (lid condition for planting.  I       An  experienced  fruit grower is  in charge and   will   give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar      will be    planted   and eaied for at a  , moderate charge.  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots .      now on the market at   ������������������175  '. per acre.  Get in on the first block and make  money on the advance.  i==A-|) p 1 y^to^^^   My new booklet ilcsci-iptivt; of tln> Msir:i I)in-  ! trict is ii' w mil.   <H_T   ON K,  Olli.-.'h'.iiiM-    Kurriiu'in,   !��������������������������� in in tin  Aftorn-Min. i to t  rOvi'iiiiin', il:W I') "::!"  Suti'liiy. !>y mpp liiii'iu'iii  0:'*n-.': ''.ii. (fhiriiiiii Hiiirncs'tw. KNDKUUY  I been  made   to   combat thc evil,   but j  jthe great   majority   0f   farmers whtj | (JfjaS.   V/.   LittlC  j had  made any    attempt whatever to !  : overcome   the   thistle,  I plr-nt "but once in  thc  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Oflice,  Enderby.  P.  MUSIC  W. CHAPMAN  P. O. Mux IS'.l. I'jKl.'iby.  \'i-itt 'ii' c I1 >'- pn|iils for I'inii". Orr.-m. Violin,  Sitictiik'iiinl riii'ory of Musii', Kii'.  Coui-'o.-i  for ilit- ('Hiiiidiiin   or  British Armlrmy  rfxamiimtiono  imii^ im. rvtjtttrarrr-.  M  STENOGRAPHY  ISS M.  ELLIOTT  Public Typewritinc;  AND StENOGKAHHY  liad    cut  the i  once  in  thc season���������������������������say  in i-  , June.   This  had    a   tendency  to  stop !  jthe spreading    from   the early  ripen-  -ing -hlnom,     tmr.    Lho    f.-tll    ripening  bloom  had    been    allowed   to go  un-  imdcsl'ol.      lie urge I  as a start,  the  ; advisability    uf    asking    the   Dcpurt-  jment to more stringently enforce the j  seel  inspection  act so as  to  prevent  the sale of foul  seel,  either as chick  feel  or   otherwise-    by thc mills and  feed bois-.'s.       At    the same time he  believed   the  matter  should   be   taken  up    with    the    Department,    and  I Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.  an  cflort  made  to   lind sonvc system,  no  Get Ready for Winter  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuilding's  !    Here are   somo   specials in  lumber  while they last :  No.   2  Lath  ... per  thousand ...$    2.00No.  3  Bow   Cedar   Siding   'No.  2 Dimension,      "      "     ...   12.001x4 No. 1 & 2 Shiplap    i    These are good values,and you will be pleased with them.  15.00  14.00  Oilic    In Hi'il Li-ick block on M������������������nJ Si.. lwi)i|onr>.  mijulIi p.f Kini?  Kilwirii  hoti'l.  K'I'Ipi by, H. ('.  POLITICAL  U^DKRHY    CONSERVATIVE  u ASSOCIATION  .J. li. RUTTAN,  President.  A. F. CROSSMAN  Secretary.  Lansdowne Poultry  Yards  COCKERELS FOR SALE  of the folljv.'ing varieties: Brown  Leghorns, Hull Orpingtons, Barred  Rocks. All from prize-winning stock.  From $1.50 up. The best young stock  I ever raised.  W.   T.   MARSHALL,  Lansdown,   Armstrong  P.O.  matter \\hat th-? cost, that would j  make, the rapid extermination of the I  thistle  possible. j  I    A  motion  to this effect was  passed j  hy the meeting. j  The election  of   an additional  dele- j  gate  to    attend    the    meeting  of  thc ���������������������������  Institute and  the Commissi.)n on Ag- |  ricultiire   was    then    taken up.      The'  importance    of    such    a    move    was  urged  by    .Mr.    Davies,  and after the  object  had   been  fully  exnlaincd,   Mr.  Little  w;is  elected,   with  instructions  to    impress   upon    the    Agricultural  : G..mmi:.*sion to need of a meeting of  the Commission at Enderby to hear  the views of the farmers of the Northern Okanagan on matters being investigate 1.  Old linen  white rags, wanted  at the  Cottage   Hospital.      Miss  Warwick.  E. J. Mack I  Li vary, Feed & Sale Stables I  ENDERB_Y, B. C. g  Good Rig's;   Careful Driv- |  ers; Dray ing of all kinds.      '*>  'I  Comfortable and Corhmo- f  dious Stabling ior teams.      %  ��������������������������� x  ��������������������������� . %  Auto for Hire |  Prompt attention to all customers %  ��������������������������� <1>  Lund-seekers   and  Tourists in   -|'  vited to give us a trial. ,^  |> ? '|-<j-^M* M-M< &������������������������������������������������������$$������������������&<$'$���������������������������&&���������������������������! 4>$<S>4r> I  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby    r ���������������������������  rr. - ���������������������������- '      ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������������������  An Opportunity for a  Reliable Man in  Enderby  We have some gilt-edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and wo intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO  it]  H  Iff  ���������������������������iii  ''T  if!  fl  I  31  S'l Thursday, January 16, 19J3  THE ENDKRBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  The Corporation of the City of Enderby  STATEMENT  OF ASSETS  AND   LIABILITIES  AS  AT  DECEMBER 31st,   1912  Assets  Liabilities  Gash on hand as at Dec. :jt, J'.HL'.  ?    239.58  TAXES:���������������������������  Arrears,   1910     35.98  Arrears,- 1911    231.08  Arrears,   1912     793.37  Arrears,   local  improvement.... P27.35  1,277.78  SUNDRIES:���������������������������  Sundry    accounts      10J.98  Government school  grant      706.25  Iiii-entory as at Dec. 31st, 1912   o  WATERWORKS  SYSTEM:���������������������������  Gross earnings  during 1912... 3,847.87  Arrears 1911        183.10   -  Less paid during 1912  ESTATE ACCOUNT:���������������������������  City Hall and site���������������������������cost    Recreation  ground      Public school  and  equipment  Band stand,���������������������������cost    FURNITURE  AND  EQUIPMENT:���������������������������  City Hall    Hospital        131.40  Less 20 per cent, depreciation     26.28  816.23  501.50  ?     2,835.09  4,030.97  2,189.76  1,841.21  5,757.25  1.200.00  S.9C6.97  119.14  16,043.36  863.27  105.32  .  i  DEBENTURES:���������������������������0  Loan No. 1, Waterworks    Loan  No.  2, Waterworks    Loan No. 4, Waterworks    Loan No. 5, Street Improvements ....  Loan No. 6, City Hall c istmction...  Loan No. 7, Road Making machinery  Loan No. 8, Waterworks    Loan No. 9, Drain construction    Loan   No.   10,    purchase of site and'  erection of school .- .-,.-  Loan  No.  11, Waterworks    Loan No.  12, Drain construction    Local- Improvement���������������������������  Loans No. 1 to 7, City's share    Loans No. 1  to 7,   property owners'  share   SUNDRY CREDITORS:--' ���������������������������  Loans���������������������������Bank of Montreal   (Pending sale of debentures)  Overdraft���������������������������Bank   of  Montreal     ?18,000.00  5,000.00  2,000.00  2,500.00  5,000.00  : 5,500.00  2,000.00  6,000.00     -  i  24,000.00  2,500.00  3,000.00  9,250.00  . 9,250.00  $94,000.00  9,000.00  li  2,723.02  11,728.02  (outstanding cheques taken to account)  Surplus      29,546.40  /  Fire Department       646.61  Less 10.per cent, depreciation      f.4.66  Additions,  581.95  1912    595.35  Road  Making  Machinery    5,378.99  Less  5 per cent,   depreciation    268.95  Tools and Implements   -.   1,177.30  5,110.04  .. 20.75  /  7.276.4S  FIXED:���������������������������  Waterworks system    26,478.03  Additions,   1912        5P0.06  /  26,998.09  Roads,  sidewalks & drains...! IO/iM.^  Additions,  1912'    1.028.46  Trunk-Drain.  Local Improvements :..  J24.10  Additions,  1912   -." 1 TG7.27  .   Sinking funds    Unsold_ debentures  11,797.65  "  5,902.22  "  19,091.37  63,789.33  /  /  ���������������������������  7,983.95  ���������������������������   35,500.00  '     --  335,269.42  o  /  $135,269.42  is    drawn,'     setting  TO HTS WORSHIP THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF ENDERBY: "  Md "^i^T^X^^XB^ ���������������������������^vw. _������������������'_?. _^r_s__^ta*- -^������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������' ^'������������������  <-i,tf^r=rt^  CREHAN, MOUAT & CO.,       ' ' '    "    ��������������������������� -    r~-���������������������������-��������������������������� .X_y.\.������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������   ��������������������������� ,  ,         Chartered  Accountants and  Municipal Auditors..  BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES  Statement of Receipts and Expenditures for year ending De:ember 31, 1912  ������������������     GENERAL      ACCOUNT  RECEIPTS  =F-rom^Qit-y���������������������������T-reasurer-.-rr-.���������������������������-.-^tt.-ttt.���������������������������:-y-^5/i-15zZ^  (Note���������������������������This   amount includes  Gov-  enrment    grant   for     proportion    of  teachers' salaries of R825.00.)  Refund account stationery    EXPENDITURES  20.00  5,735.38  Balance    in   bank  $ 459.25  Less    outstanding    cheques  459.25  Teachers'  and  Secretary's salaries ...  Janitors      Furniture,etc.,  for  tern,  school "room  Rent of temporary school room  Fuel  '" '"  Stationery and schooi supplies'!!!!!!.!!  Repairs to school properties    Fire insurance on school (3 years)'.'.'.'.'.'  Sundry expenses    $ 4,605.00  362.00  194.80  157.50  184.00  58.85  64.14  56.00  53.09  From Provincial    Government on  account of grant    $5,735.38  NEW  SCHOOL  BUILDING  ACCOUNT   $12,000.00    ' ^S?!?..of..?ch0_01  Hitc  V-.--.-v:  I -'.200.00  $ 5,735.38  .$ 5,735.38  Contractor on account of building....      6,000.  Part architect's fees       1,000.  Preliminary expensesi  00  00  $12,000.00  A. E. TAYLOR, Chairman  Delegates   to    Victoria,    cost    of  Money By-law, surveying,  etc.  Interest    Balance in  bank   A.   SUTCLIFFE,   Secretary.  395.42  8.30  396.28  V 2,000.00  This is to certify that we have examined the foregoing general account, with the books and vouchers of the School Trustees nnri finri ������������������_���������������������������  in agreement. We have also compared said statement with the books of the City, and, with tho exception of ?32.35 chargeable aKainsrthe Bntffin  Account,   find    these    in agreement asdisclosed by the books and  vouchers as at December 3lst   1912 ^       l    "e mnlfIln  912.  CREHAN,  MOUAT & CO.,  Chartered  Accountants and  Municipal Auditors.  mc  S  r mancial Statement of the City  Clearly Presents Civic Affairs  The financial statement of the city  for the year ' 1912, published in this  issue of, The Press, is a statement  that should be received with satisfaction by every ratepayer. City  Clerk Rosoman has received many  words of commendation in tho past  on the excellence of his system in  keeping the., affairs of the city "up-  to-the-minute," and these words from  men who know how municipal affairs  'should be kept. At the convention  I the Union of B. Cf Municipalities, a  ! few months ago, Mr. Crehan, of the  j firms of Crehan, Mouat & Co., provincial accountants, specified Enderby  jas one of the two cities in the province whose business was perfectly  1 handled. And in making their re-..  , port this year, they again take occasion to commend the systematic  manner in which City Clerk Rosoman  keeps the business in hand.  In the face of   this expert opinion,  it is somewhat amusing to hear the  babbling    of    some  disgruntled  individual as he airs himself on the way  the city's business should be conducted.     Many of these same individuals  [would  be stuck    in  simple addition.  ,Others   couldn't    get within $3000 of  jthe cost of a $3,000 contract.       And  jyct, they   can tell    all    about     city  ;affairs without   ever    looking at the  I books.  I    We commend the   statement to the J  careful    perusal  of    every   ratepayer.  ROD AND GUN FOR JANUARY  Rod and Gun, the popular Canadian magazine devoted to out-door  life and sporting generally, published  hy W. J. Taylor, Limited, Woodstock, Ont., has ft particularly attractive cover cut in the January  number, being a reproduction of a  lady fox farmer. The same issue  contains an article on the Culture  of Black and Silver Foxes, under the  heading "Value." Tn addition tliere  arc stories of out-door life -mid  sport representative of both, the  Eastern and  Western provinces.  9  VOTE TO-DAY  WHAT WILL IT BE ?  To-day  (Thursday)    the citizens of  Enderby  will   choose   not    only the  men who will handle civic affairs for  the year .1913,, but also the policy to  be adopted by    the   town in the future.   We  believe a vast majority of  the ratepayers are in favor of a progressive  policy    being  adopted.      At  the same    time,   it   is well.to recagnize that there are some who fear to  assume the   responsibility of further  town  improvement and  are  disposed  to block thc forward movement. Just  how   many   voters   are .this way inclined wilk not   be known r::til the  ballots are   counted.       it' should  Le  the desire and the duty of every voter desirous of seeing, the town grow  to make every   effort to get cut .the  full strength  of.  what we may te.'-m  the   Progressive     vote,     and     elect  the men who   can   he depended  >ipi.n  to work for the interests of the city.  We may   depend   upon    it,   t*:ie. men  opposing    the    Progressive   program  and the   men   named by Lhe citizms  ,'on    tho    requisition' submitted    last  week,  will ..poll^every ��������������������������� vote the disgruntled element can-muster.   .If.the.  full Progressive, vote is .polled there  is,not', any  .question" as-to the outcome, but,' on   the other hand, if the  Progressive   voters'stay;, at home in -  the belief    that ' there '." is no fear of  the Progressive ticket being defeated,  the   chances - are   that some..of the  men named on the ticket will "be lost.  It is most, important: that-Mayor  Ruttan, and   -the  - men- nominated. as  aldermen on the ticket headed by Mr.  Ruttan should be elected. '   The loss- ."-  of any one   of. the men named with''  ,him-;is, .sure   to "be felt'in -the; pro- -:'~  gressivc    work   of .the.ensuing.-year.'_   .  "We    recognize   that" many    of our  readers ,*wiil have   already"voted 'ere  they see this, article, but-the*.e may  be others" who "have" not.5-Tu them'  we a'ddress.  these- words:-   Look at  ,the    fact's    squarely: ' The  campaign  cry upon which-Mr/Johnson an.l the "  men opposing .the   Progressive tie'.et ���������������������������"  base their argiinient'is  founded-upon .  a false statement   and  is  ba.k-;d  ly--.  a false motive.   " To reflect upon the ���������������������������  work done by Mayor Ruttan and' the.  Councils    he   has   presi led over will  surely react against 'tne men fo.ilif.lj  enough   to   peddle-,, the   silly' yarns   -  about   the    streets.       Put   all    the  yarns    that   you" have heard into a  hat, and what   have you got ? . dust,  a bunch of false statements fathered  by a disgruntled few who think thc-y  havc  been   illused,   when, in reality,  they were made to deliver the goods  they were being paid to deliver.  Place along side of~the.se silly yarns  the actual work of Mayor Ruttan  and the Councils under him, and  decide for yourself which body .of  men would be best capable of handling the city's business. Then hurry  to thc City Mall and vote,for them.  If you have voted, ask your friends  if they have.   If they haven't,  don't  allow-them-to-forget-it-. --The town---  needs your vote to-day.  "Vote for J. L. Ruttan for mayor;  H. E. Blanchard, A. Fulton, H. H.  Worthington, ' S. Teece and '_. F.  Hartry, for aldermen, and see Knderby grow." That is the slogan of the  citizens' committee having, in hand  the requisition asking these men to  stand. The name of Mr. Worthington has been substituted by the committee for the narme of Jas. McMahon, who was not in a position to  qualify. Mr.Worthington has carved  in the capacity of aldermen for En'derby, and his work in this direction  is too well known to require reviewing here. For the past two seasons  his business has taken him out of tho  city most of the time, but we understand he will this year be able to  be in Enderby all of the time.  J S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor ������������������������������������������������������  Ts prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer   blocks,    cement 'brick,  lawn  vases, peer   blocks,   chimney blocks  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  Enderby, B. C. i^rtJ2?ii&&?i?i  <^toi'vC^:_'~_i;i___ J  '/il  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 16, J!'  U5S3SS33  ���������������������������IS-&J-z������������������&B&������������������-m-?-4^Wt&i'"MfflVBZ  \  /ery   Desirable  Properties   ;  Six \.i its. ail in one l-.lock :  '..-lamed lu FruilTroos lhat :\\v  in bearing-   for S)W oadi.  One JIalf Acre g'ood assortment Fruits, woll rullivated.  for .{750.  First Monthly Record of Egg-laying    i  Contest by Agricultural Department  -The Second 'International I.gg lay-: In Class TI. the following pens  ing Contest, held under the super- started to lay on dates given after  vision of the Provincial Department pen number: Pen 2'J (loth); 33 and  of Agriculture, was opened at the 39 (18th); 35 (20th); 21 (21st); 37  Inhibition ('.rounds, Victoria, Decern- (23rd); 24 and 3L (2l".th); 3-1 (27th);  ber 2nd.      The    first    monthly  total,   32 (30th.)  December 2nd to January 2nd, is ^ Pens 2G and 21 produce excecdingly  yiven herewith: large    eggs.       Three   pens  have  not  Four Lots. Gi-i by 150 buautiful  building' sites.' facing 60 ft.  street.    GO trees,, for .f>10() each  '.     " .   {  All the above proper! n\s are within g  ono block of the centre of lhe town, jj  "    and nn1 under the market price  Pen.  ' 1.  : 2.  i 3.  ���������������������������1.  - 5.  . li.  7.  S.  ' 0.  ��������������������������� 10.  No.   Eggs  '10  ���������������������������IS  20  55  27  SO  Walter Robinson  BELL JJLOCK,   I.NDERI.Y .  _5_a-__S^_33S2ES2KESSS&-S_S;^H5nM**3S>:  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OP PNGLANI)  (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Communion;   It    a.m.,    "Morning   Prayer;  7:30 p.m.,  Evening Prayer.  Kl.V. .M.  F. HILTON,   Vicar.  I.NDF.RRY METHODIST CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  11. a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  lip worth League; Thursday, S p.m.,  Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation  to'everyone to worship with us.  RI_V.  .J.  G.-RROWN, M.A., Pastor.  Owner. Dreed.  Glass I.--Non-weight  Varieties  O, P.  Strainer, Cowichan   Anconas      V.   Cleeves,   Saanichton   W.  Leghorns    R. W.  Russell, Nanaimo  W.  Leghorns    A.   Unsworth,   Sardis    W.  Leghorns    1_.  A.  Orr,  Chilliwack   .- W.  Leghorns    V.  M.  Wilson,  Koksilah  W.  Leglorns  .  J.   r.mcry,   Sidney,    W.  Leghorns       M  W.  Senkbeil, Britcola P.  0 a. B.   Minorcas          0  1<\ P. I-Iearns & Son,  Vancouver,.! Anconas         10  I-l.  Nicholson,   Saanichton   W.  Leghorns       16  11 11.    O.   N.   Borton,   Summerland    Brown Leghorns         S  |' -12.    A. H. Anderson, Port Hammond, S. S. Hamburgs       30  ; 13.    Mrs.  Cross,   Victoria  W.  Leghorns       51  I'M.    A.  Mas ton,  Duncan   W.  Leghorns       62  15.    None   Bros.,   Cowichan    W.  Leghorns       '���������������������������'3  Ki.    J. Amsden, Deerholme P. O W.  Leghorns    17. ]_.  Soolc,  Cowichan  W.  Leghorns    18. Seymour  Green,  Duncan    W.  Leghorns    19. J. E. Baines,  Saanichton  W. Leghorns    20. J.  Allen,  Fort La'ngley  Buil  Leghorns     .  Glass II.���������������������������-Weight Varieties  21. R.  Wilson,  Langley Prairie  Barred  Rocks        11  22. L. V.  Solly, Wnstholme  W. Wyandottes       C7  23. A.  C.  Lovekin,  Mctchosin   Barred  Rocks        17  2-1.    O.  JO.  Hcnnin-r,  Mead,  Nebraska Black   Orpingtons        H  25.    Joseph   Arnould,   Sardis   W.   Wyandottes        -13  20.    J.  Wood,   Victoria  ��������������������������� Bull   Orpingtons  Listen1  duty  ���������������������������^i  m  K'/.  32  20  25  ���������������������������Wyandottes        33          0  PRESBYTERIAN-  CHURCH  '    St." Andrews  - Sunday    Services���������������������������11   a.m.  and  7:30  p.m.;   Y. P. S.C. 10.,  Monday,  7:30  p.m.  REV.  Di CAMPBELL,  Pastor.  27. Dean Bros.,   Keatings  W  28. W.  Miller-Higgs,  Sooke Way.B.C W.  Cor.  Game    29. J.  J.  Dougan,  Cobble Hill  S.  C.    Reds      30. F.   North,   Sidney   Columbian  Wyandottes  31. O. ''Adams,   Victoria  W. Wyandottes       32. G.  W.  Robbins,  Chilliwack   Bun*  Orpingtons     33. Fcrd.  Matthews,  Kamloops Barrel  Rocks      34. O.v B.Ormond, Victoria  .-: R..C.   Reds   -.-.   35. H.  E.  Waby,  Enderby .: : .Barred    Rocks     30. Dr.  W.  H.  B.  Medd,  Mt.Tolmie Black Orpingtons    37. Mrs. E. McC. Mottley, Kamloops.-. S. C. Reds    38. W. 1-1.  Van Arum,  Victoria W.   Orpingtons'    A. E. Smith, Victoria ���������������������������>��������������������������� C. Reds    FIRST  BAPTIST   CHURCH. i  Sunday . Services���������������������������Sunday school, ; 39.  lu a.m.; regular service, 3:30 p.m.; j -10.  Praver service,  Wednesday,   7:30  p.m. i  REV.  IJ. G.  STEWART,  Pastor. !    '^'craw price received  for eggs, Vh-  S.  1).  Evans, Penticton   W.   Orpingtons  30  'j  7  33  10  31  ')  S  19  22  0  WANT ADS'���������������������������  laid yet in this Class. Pen 2S has de- .  veloped  considerably during month,    i  Rations:       Mornings   and  evenings, j  mixture of half corn and half wheat, |  _.____S__pi4-_3"k  *,*.-���������������������������������������������.** ja-ts* **"<r_t  per doz. For the same period last  year, thc eggs in Vancouver averaged  70c per dozen. The lirst three crates  pplied to a reputed leading i'-oicy  'grocer in Victoria, realized 3Sc per  per dozen.       A    better customer has  since been secured. During ihis .12. pounds middlings, and 15 pounds  period packed eggs were retailing r.t bcef-sc*rap. Three times weekly, a  35c to -!0c per dozen.   Wholesale com-  wel  mash    is    fed    in    the morning,  X7v  /tt~o  Buy Cheaper Now !  Dressing well is necessary for success.  It also pays in the comfortable, well-  dressed feeling it makes you have  There's no argument about this, /tor  will there be any argument in your mind  about where to buy things to wear if you  ever once buy anything from us. You  will find the quality to be good, the style  to be proper, and the price to be low.  Our prices are now the.lowest of the  year.     Me are   making   our Clean-Up,..  " Mone\-Saving "   Sale.  fed in litter. "Dry mash in hopper!  consists of ground grains in follow- i  ing proportions:   ~   121  pounds oats,  plaints have been received from 1 ..cal  poultrymen relating to this mntti r.  From n perusal of the above fiicuiv.-.-  it can be easily seen who !s ircUitig  the cream of thc profits in tiie c,:g  business.  The    lirst    month's    yield   exceeded  composed as follows: By weight, one  part middlings, _ part ground oats  and 20 per cent, milk albumen added.  W. H. STROYAN, . J. R. TERRY,  Poultryman Secretarv.  DO  YOU  KNOW THAT YOU CAN B-UY AN ACRE LOT RIGHT IN TUB  CITY;   GOOD  GARDEN  SOIL;  A VERY SMALL PAYMENT DOW ,  BALANCE MONTHLY,   SPREAD   OVER    SEVERAL    YEARS,   '.--()  THAT YOU WILL   HARDLY MISS IT ? .-  SEE   US.    WE   WILL EXPLAIN.  \\.  -lii.-..-���������������������������.>f_^.  -t-rurrv J~*?TVr  ���������������������������nrfri.rii 'ittI���������������������������crtc "S.uTrfr^JJis J'U'.P  Got^jno into the Home  Women buy more than  two-thirds thc mcrcbrin-  iJise sold in retail stores  and evory woman reads  thc Classified Want /Vis.  Our paper goes into the  .homes..and .the Ward  Acts, will reach the  Spenders.  K_lf)__��������������������������� ,7_- iMJlO-lL.JJL  ! by no less    than   CIO eg������������������s,  the n\-_ic-t  i figures    being:     Inst    year,   VJ7  cg::s,  ;and K127 egss during the past month.  '���������������������������    In  accounting for  the  better <-how-  imr  this year,    much of thc credit is  rightly  due  rhe  owners  of cnmp.-i ing  pnn^.       Much    better    judgment    has  been    used    this    year    in      '.Jpl.-'.in-:  _ jr'i'.^L'-'. __-Vt. thl_; pcriu.l. l.^ly _._i\ i_._.._ .  less thin    nearly   a dozen  pens  v.ere  m.iulting,   caused    by  sending   .nulMs  whii h   \w re     in    full    lay   at   time  of  -hippinir.       This  year,   the  only  fca-  -   thi'i.--    ijuti'-od   in    litter    are    chick-  Enderby, British Columbia  BARGAIN'S--Prices    net     'it     t.Uar  feathers.  door;  deii',  extra:   Chok'o  N ,    1  Hi'tl  i"r  liousing  winter apples, .fl per box; Sit 2h,  S0c per box, box 15c extra White  potatoes, ".i' sack; good sweet cider  ���������������������������10c gallon. Geo. R. Lawts. Kn-  derbv.  arr.-in ;emcnts have  aisn a:--dhti'd. The weather has imt  bun very pi-(i])itious. On account of  this the I'ir.l.s have only been allowed  f)l" '" "ii-" or two occasions. rl he  ad lit i.uial   flnoi-    space   provided   this   'year,   tu'ether   wilh   better  liivht  and  CHOICE APPLES for sale -Ontario, vent.il.-u inn, |,as helped considerably.  Stark, .'V.'athaii, Winter l.!_-.nana: ! Given jileuty of pen-room, together  2ic per lb., delivered in Enderby. : with a palatable ration, green f< i.d,  Apply to Wm.  Jones,  Enle'b; ! plenty  .if    water   and  exercise,  fowls  _________ ' ' 1 ...  - *- - | will thrive, and prove more profitable  FOR SALE.���������������������������Heavy bor^s and tw0 j than   those    allowed  out  in  all 'kinds  teams heavy draft mares (in  foal to  of weather  Marcellus   Jr.)    Stepney Farm.  OF    CANADA  I'.'iM-tip(.Milla!, llfM-rveFund   fl_0 O^K ftfili.  .ind llmli.iil.d JVnliis (Over)   90,0/->jUVV  loliU Asscls 'Over') " $69?0609������������������00  Stank P/iosicy Orders  Save Trouble and Loss  J!y nu'.-ms of lhc Hank :\[oney  (.)nlors which wo issue, you can  sui-1 sums iij) lo ^50 lo any ])oiut  in Cniiadii (Yukon excepted) or  to any of tlie principal cities of  the United Stutes wilh minimum  cosl and trouble and absolutely  no risk of loss.  Orders for sums up to $5 cost  3c.-- from $5 lo $10, 6c.���������������������������from  ,>io to S;,o, joc.���������������������������from$30 to $50,  15c.    L'se them.  ii  1  i  1  I  -3  Fnderby Brancti,   W. 0. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  i___i____ilKK3E  ^^^     tJEUE is an oil-burning lamp which produces a flood r ;  ���������������������������*��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������ pure, wliite light���������������������������more brilliant than gas or electricity ;  ���������������������������yet wonderfully mellow and easy on thc eyes.  It is simpi.,- ']  and safe, clean and noiseless, docs not fill thc room with obno:.- j  ious,unhca!thf ul odors.  To have abetter lighted home, with ;r.i j  Aladdhi Mantle Lamp *  wilt actually cost you nothiiiR.   It will pay for Itsel! in the oil it saves.   1."- '  the agent lor the Mantle Lamp Cninpni-.y of Amciica and aro telling you wine  knov.'to bc?!)'.aliuc ir.rts.    I'lo'cii.or Rogers, ol Lewis Institute, Chicaeo, i:u .'  ,   a comparalivc test ol all the trading oil-burning lamps on (hc market���������������������������anl ti.  Aladdin was InMiJ to Rive thc best li^lit ami iho most rcouoniirnl to use. But yr.i |  accept these stronj fta'ei.-ioins on my word  only.    All 1 atlt is thc uppotlunity to pro- J  sk.   I will bc glad to !'jt you  Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You Buy .  I furniih Ttble, Uracttet, Hanging, VV.II and Chandelier types of lamps���������������������������in (act Aladdin Lrmps (or cv-_r;. '  purpose,   iust drop mc a po������������������: card and simply say you are interested.    I'll be glad to brine an Aladdin Lamp-..  show you and leave in your home to use a niglit 01 two, entirely v.-ilhoiit ohlij'.ation.   f.iti! thr cnril todu^. !  In    Class'  I.    the    following    pens  K.tart.il" to Iny    on    -Intos ^p.'.'lr������������������;s^l  :n  jinronthcsos: ��������������������������� Pens  .r> nnd   10  (Mf.h);  2  nnd  12 (IS); 3 (2-1st); 11 (27th).  The  occupants  of    ])on   S,   owin;;  to  .      . ; their    youth,    have    grown   considcr-  ��������������������������� Sf.irT   CLEANICI)  &. I'RKSHKn���������������������������Now.iahly  during-the    month,  and  greatly  the  time   to    get it dune.    Orders ! relish the dry mash.     Pen 10  was re-  promptly    executed.        Hosoman   &   ceivi^l   several    days    late,   owing   to  Sheaf Wheat, 2c per sheaf; oat hay  bailed, $1.0 per ton; timothy hay for  sale.      G.  Murdock,  Grindrod.  BERNARD ROSOMAN, Agent,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C  ; The Mantle Lamp Co. of America, Chicago, Portland, Dallas,' Waterhury  iMontreal and Winnipeg.  LONDON, ENG., BRANCH, | -      ��������������������������� =  T.v,.S������������������r"rnm.'"'&~^. Get Job Printing at The  ri. IVi. C. HART SMITH,   Assisitunt M.jr. .       ��������������������������� ��������������������������� o  ker Pre.c"  GildmnecKter, ladies' tailuring and  Dressm.-iking 1'arlors, Clill street,  next J. W. -.vans & Son's. Repairing a specialty.  FOR   SALE  A  TWO-STORY,   STX-ROOM MCPSE;  ON    KNIGHT    AND    STCAMOLiV  STS.,    adjoining HIGH  SCHOOL | FlFC,   Life, AcCIOent  "���������������������������&"���������������������������-���������������������������  another competitor failing to fir-  ward birds. Quite a number of  eggs are    laid  hy several  pens  PROPERTY.  tinted  in  Class  I...  Por price and terms see owner,-���������������������������    REAL ESTATE  Fruit   l.i\nd  J. L. McC ALL. Enderby TownLo"  INSURANCE AGENCIES  Hay Lund  Thc Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix lnsin-nnco Co. of London.  L >n l.m-rnnc.-vihii-o Fire Insurance Ci.  Rnyal ItiRm-!inc(;Co.,of Livorpool (Lifo ���������������������������!> 1 t  Tht London & Ltincashive Guarantee  Ai.-oidKnl Cfo.. of Canada.  HELL ULOGK,   ENDERBY

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