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 'r-r  a-  iii!  ii:i  M  -1  >'i  Enderby, B. C,  January 9. 1913  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. .5; No. 40; Whole No. 254  *������������������  l-j'  k  i������������������i,  i>:  te  iii  |t?  \\\  KI  I  I  1  Town and District News in Brief  of People and Things Heard About  "Everybody 's doughing in," is the  latest slogan for "Moffet's Best."  On December 19th, a daughter was  bron to Mr. and Mrs. C_. Fravel.  A. daughter was bron to Mr. and  Mrs. Andrew Baird, on December 19th  Miss Hazel L. Stevens returned to  Seattle this > week, to resume her  studies.  The 1913 calendar put out by the,  Fulton Hardware Company, is a  beauty.   -���������������������������*  Ten inches of snow fell Tuesday  morning between the hours of 1 and  7 o'clock.  The annual K. of P. ball will be  hel<l in Pythian Hall,Friday evening  Jan."-24th.  - D. SL Walker, of San Francisco;  Cal.,"'is" spending ,the winter in'!En--  de'rby with his - brother.  Born���������������������������To Mr. and Mrs. Jas. R,  Bile, at the Enderby' Hospital, New-  Years night, a daughter.  Mrs.   J:  V.  Mills ..-will   receive   on  .Tuesday, and afterwards on. the third  -"Wednesday' of "eaclFmbnth?"","���������������������������" "^ ' ���������������������������  The following officers for the ensuing term were installed at the  Monday night meeting of Enderby  Lodge No. 35, K. of P.: C.C., Jno.  Burnham; V. C, F. Fravel; Prel., ">���������������������������>.  Poison; K. R. S., Chas. E. Stri.-..-  land; M. E., Robt.-Johnstone; M. F.,  T. E. Rodie; !&." R., Jno. Warwick;  I. G., H. C. Hatcher; 0. G., Jno.  Folkard. Following the installation  ceremony, refreshments were ser-/i<l,  and t*he. evening spent in lodge jiiT!-  cracks.  Eureka Lodge No 50, I. 0. 6. F.,  heldj_"(its installation of officers* on  Tuesday evening, Jan. 7th, when R?  E^Wheeler, D. D. G; M., assisted *.-.y  several visiting brothers, installed  theff folio wing for the ensuing term:  Geo. Bellamy, N. G.; H. Logan, V.  G.; J.. C. Metcalfe, warden; M. C.  Dunwoodie, conductor; W. Duncan,  F. S.; R. E. Wheeler, R. S.; J. B.  Gaylord, treasurer; R. Blackburn, I.  G.; A. Paul, R. S. N. G.; T. Brash,  L,_ S.^N. g:_; G. Maundrell.._,R...S.-V..  rdrrW: vA^Russell, Chap..:^.After.:the  CURLING    SCHEDULE  STARTED  ,-"-Deputy    Sheriff   -Ira Cutler-was*-.in .business of- theievening^wa������������������-over.:the  -Enderby . Wednesday    in"   connection lodge . adjournedAto .the.--EBderbyAHot  with the business of A. E. Maundrell.  Mrs. T.  W. Pound will be at home  It  to her' friends the ~ third* Wednesday  of each month;' 'at her home on Regent street.'- ;  Mrs. Wm.' Sewell   will.build an af1.  dition to' the   Enderby Hospital this  - spring, in the shape' of a men's ward  with private" wards above.  Mr. A. A. Faulkner paid a hurried  business trip to the coast this week,  in connection with the sale of a valuable piece of property there.  Contractor W.   A.    Russell is mov-  ���������������������������iiig^the^Nort-h^Enderby^sc'hool^house-  fi'bm it3 position    on the Mara road  to the new site on thcFolkard place.  'Mamma, where do kittens come  from?" asked an Enderby hopeful as  she heard her mother complaining of  raterwalling on the back fence. "Does  Bob Bailey make 'cm?"  There will ��������������������������� not be a  picture show  -at the Opera-House to-ni.ght JTnn--  ager Will Poison states that hc *-vill  discontinue the regular Thursday evening show while the skating season  lasts.  i-.mil Hedberey was arrested last  Friday evening by Constable Bailey  for being drunk and using abusive  language on the street. It cost him  ?10 when hc came before Magistrate  Rosoman.  John Holsmant gave an exhibition  of-"baek to the primitive," last Sundny morning on the street. Constable Bailey caught him irt the act,  and landed him in jail. He was  taken before Magistrate Rosoman  and pleaded guilty. He was sent to  Kamloops for a period of three  months.  Mr. R. R. Grahame and bride arrived in Enderby on Wednesday, from  the Coast, and arc taking up thoir  abode on the 15 acres recently acquired by him. of the Morton place,  just north o. town. After making  this purchase a few months ago, Mr.  Grahame went to the coast, and  there he was married to Miss Cameron, now Mrs. Grahame.  We still have a few pieces of prints  Flannelettes, satines, etc., which we  arc selling at 25 per cent, discount.  J. W. Evans & Son.  tel; where a light lunch--was served.  The Enderby hockey ;tean_ ^visited  Vernon - Tuesday..night-~-*o =-rplay a  league game. The-line up. for- Enderby--was as follows: A.. E. Smith,  goal; W. Johnson, point; A. E. Johnson, cover-point; W. D. C. Christie,  rover; T. Young, centre; G. Duncan,  right wing; J. F. Turner, left-wing.  The boys report a fine game, though  the score was 6-3 against them. W.  Duncan was referee. The Enderby  goals were scored by G. Duncan,  Christie and Young, in the order  named .==-For-=t*he=little=practiceM*.hey-  have had, the Enderby team put up  a very good game. The schedule  game which should have been played  on the Enderby ico last Thursday  night, had to be postponed on account of poor ice. This evening the  game may be pulled off on the home  ice.  King ' Tapioca will shortly hold a  reception in the Opera House, to  which everybody is invited. Keep the  date open nnd go to see him. Hc  will be accompanied by his prime  of dusky maidens attired in native  costume.   Refresh ments will be served  Did Cook discover the North Pole,  and did Columbus discover America ?  Go to the Opera House shortly and  discover these things for yourself.  Owing to the long delay in getting  ice, the Enderby curlers faited to get  off the usual president and Vice-president games. Playing on the regular  schedule started on Monday night of  this week, though several scratch  games were enjoyed last Thursday  and Friday. The ice on both sheets  is heavy and rough, but true. The  playing thus far has not been euffi-  ciently exciting to arouse the Scotch  in the players, but indications point  to a very enjoyable season.  Following is the regular schedule,  with the winners named in the games  played to date:  Monday, Jan. 6th ��������������������������� Murphy vs.  Scott; won by Murphy. * Mack vs.  Taylor;, won by Mack."  ' Tuesday", January 7th.��������������������������� Keith vs.  Prince; won by Prince. Johnstone  vs. Williams; won by Johnstone.  Wednesday, .Jan.. 8th.���������������������������Murphy vs.  Mack; won by,'Mack. Scott-vs. Taylor; won "by Taylor.  Thursday! Jan" 9th.���������������������������Williams vs.  Prince.     Keith vs.; Johnstone.  Friday,., J���������������������������an.. -f.lO.-^Y.aylor^vs../-Murphy; Mack-vs. c Scott"." .  '-'   "        ' .  - -Monday," v Jan. -13.���������������������������Keith vs.  Williams;.. Johnstone vs.'- Prince?'..  .- Tuesday,-;   Jan.   14.���������������������������' Williams ������������������vs.  Murphy;  Scott vs.  Johnstone.    ��������������������������� '     ���������������������������  ���������������������������: Wednesday, 'Jan:    15th.���������������������������Taylor vs.  Keith; Prince vs.. Mack.   ���������������������������  Thursday, Jan. - 16.���������������������������Jobnstcnc vs.  Murphy;-Williams.vs. Scott.  Friday, Jan. 17th.���������������������������Taylor vs.  Prince; Keith vs." Mack.  Monday, Jan. 20th.���������������������������Murphy vs.  Prince;  Scott vs. Keith.  Tuesday, Jan. 21.���������������������������Johnstone vs.  Taylor; Mack vs. Williams.  Wednesday, Jan. 22.���������������������������Keith - vs.  Murphy; Prince vs.  Scott. - -  Thursday,    Jan.    23:   ���������������������������   Mack  vs.  Ratepayers Name an Aldermanic  Jicket for the Approaching Election  A committee representing the signers of the requisition, asking Mr. J.  L. Ruttan to stand for Ma/or ?j. the  ensuing election, and Me._._r������������������?. hi. E.  Blanchard, F. H. Barnes, 3. Teece,-  A. Fulton and H. P.* Murphy tn  stand as aldermen, -asked ihese gi-n  tlemen to meet them at the oflice. ol  Mr. F. S. Stevens Tuesday evening-  to receive the petition f.nd civic improvement program. Word h.td l.ne.i  received from Mr. Ruttan thai, ho  was on his way home from FYii*t  Fraser, but, owing to th* recent  heavy snowfall, stage* progress to  Ashcroft was slow, and he did not  expect "to reach Enderby be; .re the  15th. As Mr. Ruttan h<vl-;,:ready-  signified his willingness to L.ike. np  the work if he were given ,i ; regressive Council,1 the committee felt'lhat  in justice to the men who were asked'  to stand, they should be leard in "he  matter." - "-J  All were present except Mr. Ruttan.^  .Mr.,J3tevens;< was- -aakeVfcto- prt&tt&tiiifl  requisition. The-purport of the'dcciP'  ment and the civic, improvement- pro-  was left to a committee of three,  who were requested to find capable  ��������������������������� men to take up the work.  ;; Wednesday morning Mr. Jas." McMahon and Mr. Hartry were interviewed by the committee. Mr." McMahon has had aldermanic experience  as a member of the Revelstoke City  ���������������������������Council, and Mr. Hartry served with  .Mr. Ruttan, Mr. Blanchard and Mr.  Teece' on the 1911 Council. After  considerable persuasion these gentlemen consented to take the place of  Mr. Murphy, and Mr. Barnes on the  ratepayers' ticket, and the. nomiiiu-  ations will be made accordingly. - -  It remains for all'those signing,the"  requisition to lend their assistance  in. making- clear.the positi->n,\t .these  men and to. give. them."their", support"  in the contest.''   -.''-    '   - .. ,.".. \.,. *  *"  _ ANOTHER.-q^liCK CATCH-7;.  Constable     Bailey.- made -.another-.;  ^uick.._^tac������������������,<l������������������nt* .-mwwbjj ^He-was''  called.- up'; on^itbejP^n^byJthef-Arm--  strong V^lM^^^^and^^^'to': be  on 5 the '' look^wt'^'fdr' "a -Swede who  gram. contained. therein",: has- been'1 p,1-  ready. ..published^ in The- Press.    Ut |?tole ^ ;|10������������������   dif^������������������nf rin&" at the  was signed byv 50',ratepayers, rcpre  "Johnstone;  Taylor vs.- Williams.  MILITIA ORDERS  senting fully three-fifths of-the. rateable property. " After the requisition  was' read, the gentlemen it is addressed to each in turn spoke on the  merits of the program. All favored  the movement proposed, but Mr.  Barnes and Mr. Murphy had to decline the honor of taking a place on  the" citizens ticket as aldermen. As  each gentleman expected to be absent j  from Enderby the greater part of the I  year, thoy did not feel it would be  right for tbem to take up the work  Strth"i1rtiih*eT=="MfrTcece safd=nT"liadJ  been out of public    work for a' year,  jand had thoroughly enjoyed ,the rest.  jHe did   not   wish    to    go back into  The Enderby   Troop 30th B. C.  II. j harness,    but hc    appreciated the-cf-  will parade at 7.30 p. m., Thur.id-.y,   fort thftt ha(| ,)Cen    ,)llt forth tQ get  Jan. 16th, at K. P. Hall, for sq-iad-  together a    Council    for 1913,  and  if  ron arm drill.     Tho O. C. hopes Lh.it  latter place; f, .Tbe-': Swede wore a  green. sweater -"and a" red moustache,  and that was tht-extent of the description. Constable Bailey got ,i\vay  froni the tel-^phone, in time to meet  the evening tifcin. On thc platform  of one of the coaches he spied the  wearer of the. green sweater and red  lipcoyering.-"- The man was followed  to the- hotel, _ where he .was^further  watched. Being convinced that hc  was the suspect, Constable, Bailey  walked him to the City Hall, where  a search revealed the missing dia-  mond=ring^in=one^of=-hiscoat=pocketsf=  Thc man gave his name as John \'o-  bel. He was locked up to await thc  arrival of the Armstrong officer.  '" FARMERS'  INSTITUTE MONEY  as many   as   can   will attend as rhe  At the meeting of the Northern  the ratepayers were satisfied with hi.-, 0' nnagan Farmers' Institute held at  record as   an    alderman, and desire!   M >r;i on Wednesday ,of this woek, the  Squadron    Commander   hopes    to bc j him tn t..ico nn    Mw.  _������������������.���������������������������#������������������*  ������������������.r,.i���������������������������    ���������������������������,.,    ,   i _ ���������������������������    ,     /,  ---.---  -    -  -  ��������������������������� '     - iiiiii-io wine up- ine v.oik -again,- be   ft.-l iwmg-report  was made- by~Secre-~  present  B.  C.   J.  L.  HENNIKER,  Capt  Mr. F. Parks and Miss A. Vichoca,  of Enderby, were quietly married on  Tuesday last week at the home of  the bride's parents at Knob Hill,  Rev. P. Henderson, of Armstrong,  performing the ceremony. Mr. and  Mrs. Parks left on the afternoon  train for the coast cities, and on  their return will make their home in  Enderby.���������������������������Armstrong Advertiser.  Fashions! The ladies of v^nuerby  are. to - have the pleasure; of seeing  which will be on view in the Opera  some unique 'costumef^yery shortly,  House on a date to be announced in  our*next issue.  CARD  OF THANKS  Will  you   kindly    permit  us to ry  press   through    thc   columns of The  [Was prepared    to   do   so,  though hr t ry-treasurcr Handcock for the yen-  wished it    to be   understood that h* ctd'ng December 31st:  would go into tbe work untnimmele I Receipts  to work out thc    suggested  program   Cash  on  hand  last  report %   S5.1.*'  to the best of   his own judgment.  Mr. Fulton said the demands of his  Press our    sincerest   appreciation   0f I busineas required him to. give his cn-  the many    expressions    of sympathy [tirc timc to Jt-     T������������������ comply witb the  Members' fees        M.'M)  Legislative  grant         i*������������������*;,00  Sale of powder, fuse & cups...4,674.42  and   kindness   during our  recent  be- j  rcavement. Sincerely,  MR.  AND MRS.  MURDOCK.  Seeds,   etc   Profit  on sales  703. IS  298.10  It was the morning after tiv Xmus  holidays. Two little girls knocked  at the door. "Do you-want to buy  some pills ior salve?" was tbe query  of the little ones of the In-.y of tiie  house as she opened the door.  We are still selling ladies and children's boots and shoes at reduced  prices.     J. W. Evans & Son.  Are your water rates for thc last  half-year paid ? You can save money  by paying them on or before Jan. 15.  Mrs. C. Paradis, a dressmaker of  experience, has opened a dressmaking  parlor in'her (home on Russell street.  Your choice of any hat up to ?*1 f"r  $1.45. See window. J. N. Evans  & Son.  Old linen white rags, wanted at the  Cottage  Hospital.      Miss Warwick.  We-are indebted to Mr. Bogert for  a sack of delicious apples.  expressed  wish   of the signers of the  requisition    meant    that    be     would j  have to sacrifice   some things.   This, i  hc believed,   was  the opportune time < Expenditures  to push    Enderby    forward.     He.did   Expenses of"meetings,  etc  not think wc should plunge into any-   Oliicers' salaries      203 .ss  thing too big,  but   there were many   Costage  and  stationery        i-*.7i)  public improvements that meant the * Printing   ; ; to  expenditure of very littic money, and   Advertising    (      i���������������������������-,o  15,90*1 8.1  .$   52.50  yet would assist very much in giving  the town a more substantial appearance and add materially to its  growth. He would accept the nomination as alderman, and if elected  was prepared to give his best effort  in carr/ulg out so far as possible the  program out-lined  by the requisition.  Mr. Blanchard did not express himself on' the progrtun. His acceptance  of thc nomination was done without  words,  The withdrawal of Mr. Murphy and  Mr. Barnes left two vacancies on the  ticket. After considerable discussion  the matter of   filling these vacancies  Grant  to   Secretary  .'57.00  Miscellaneous     76.S5  Seeds      677 ."!  Powder, fuse & caps  3,110.07  $4,2.11 11  Balance on hand���������������������������  Stock $ 1,554.59  Cash   ....      152.73  Stamps         1.00  70S 32  J.".'.i'.''j.*;3  FOR SALE.���������������������������Heavy horsis und tw0  teams heavy draft mares (in foal to  Marcellus  Jr.)   Stepney Farm.  ���������������������������'70  _-- '���������������������������_������������������> 1- 0  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,   January 9, 1913  TASTELESS PREPARATION OF  Cod Liver Oil  With Malt arid Wild Cherry  For Chronic Coughs  and Obstinate Colds  <>CK>0<>-CK>CK>OC)-CKX>00-0<>00<>0<>  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  every  Thursday at   l_i.der.ljy. U.C. at  $2 per year, by lhe Walker Press.  Advertising Kates: Transient., fiOc an inch first  insertion, Mc each subsequent, insertion. Contract idverlisinj;. $1 an inoh per month.  Lwail Notices:   12c a line tirst insertion: Sc a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading N������������������ucos and Locals: Ifie a line. ,  JANUARY 9,   1913  ;  CIVIC LOYALTY j  nection  with    the    streets  ancl   side- |  walks leading to the new school that |  will be  of common    interest between ,  them, it would be    advantageous for !  the School Board to have a member  on the Council,    and vice versa.     If j  the city is    to   make thc advance we  all hope it   will,   there must be concerted  action.   All    public and   semi-  public bodies will have to bury petty |  differences and all pull together. And '  if we can    get    a   few of our public  spirited men   of    ability to take the  i 'work in hand and give their time to  ! The forthcoming election is S������������������i'^ i superintending the work, each in har-  to test the civic loyalty of every j mQny wJth fche Qther &ml &u {Qr the  ratepayer. It will decide whether | pubUc intcrest; ther_ is nothing that  the policy of the ensuing year is to j c������������������m stop the town>s progress_ To  bc one of civic progress or civic ret- | expect to make progrcss with- 0b-  rogression -civic neglect, and civic j structionists pulling this way and  somnolence. The ratepayers will be j fchat in &n efl(jrt tQ ride gome hob))y  asked to choose which pathway they I   t th(J expense Qf tfae publiCj ig quite  desire the    town    to take.     As they 'absui.c-i  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  vote so shall they be judged  i    For the   past   half -year the Board  ; of  Trade    and    merchants generally,   lloped"so  with    few    exceptions,  have been endeavoring   to    advertsie the advantages of Enderby in sections where it  heretofore has not been known.   The  Board of Trade Journal, published at  . the expense of   the businessmen,  has  ; been doing a splendid work, and the  ' work mapped out for it is certain to  bring   tbe ' advantages    of  the  town  ancl  district    into    prominence.   This  .Will Mr. Fulton    consent to accept  both posts ?       It is to be sincerely  MR.  JOHNSON AMBITIOUS  Bank of Montreal  , . . - Established ��������������������������� 1817     ���������������������������  Capital, $16,000,000 .    '.    '���������������������������.,*.   , , .' '   * Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona ancl Mount Royal G-.  *J. M. J  President, R. _3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President1, H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW  YORK an'd  CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited   JOth  June and 31st December.  'flVnBRBY BRANCH A.   E.  Taylor.   Manager  A. SUTCLIFFE  W. M.  3Q^J- 0. 0. F.  Enderby  Lodge    No. -10   step  has  been    taken in  anticipation  rteffiilar     inceiintf.s -  first      , , . ,  -y ��������������������������� ,    ,, ���������������������������  Thursday on or after the  of continued town  progress,  and the  full moon at si p. min Odd-  future hinges upon this.     The Board  fellows    Hall.     - Visiting & *  brethren cordially invfied. of Trade, through Mr. Packham's  F H   H\RNE8  en"orts,   has* also    secured, the  signa-   .   Secretary ture of nearly    every ratepayer to a  petition   asking   the Oity Council to  levy a   special   tax to raise $3,000 a  ____^ Eureka Lodge. No. 50 year for four years by a special tax  Meets every Tuesday evening at So'clock, in I. Q. [. , fipvn4-���������������������������r1 Tri orlvprMqinir thp fljc-  O. F. hall,  Metcalf block.    Visiting brothers al- ) t0   oe  ue^ 0Lecl   t0   acu erasing   tne  C11S  ways   welcome.     .   wm. Duncan. N. G.      trict.       This   petition    will    be prc-  Gl-.O. HI-jLLAMi, V. G.   i  u. E. wheeler. See-y.     sented to tlie 1913 council.   It is im-   J- B. gaylord. Treas.   ��������������������������� pnrt-nt* that" the'*1913 council should  ENDERBY    LODGE  bc composed of   men    accustomed to  " No. 35, K. of p. business and the expenditure of. mon-  ���������������������������wrr .* T   ���������������������������������������������,_��������������������������� -Meets every  Monday  evening   ies   for     public     purposes. However  "   Vc$iJa������������������&     in K.of R. Hall:   Visitors cor- .  r , ,,       ,        ....  v^pM^-i?    dially invited to attend. good a. man may be in* the handling  '~ '    G.G.CAMPRELL.C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  -.T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable fo Cjiic-I-.^. Dances and all-public   public   affairs * Uliless 'he   has   had. Con  enieriaininents.    For rates, etc., address.  ' of   his    own    business,    he generally  makes a poor' 'fisfof it in,handling  T.  E.- RODIE. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  TENDER BY   COTTAGE. HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Mater-nity Fees, $20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness, $2.50 per day.  ENDERB Y, Ii. C.  sidarable experience, We cannot allow the feeling- of friendship to induce us to -put men on the Council  who have not shown the capacity for  the public work that is desired to- be  carried  out.  mistake, especially at this time, to  place the ,,affairs of the" city in the  hands of inexperienced men.  We understand it is the intention  of Mr. Jas. Johnson to stand for  Mayor in! the forthcoming election.  Mr. Johnson's name was not included in the requisition made by the  ratepayers, as an alderman,' and he  evidently believes- it was all a huge  mistake. He is therefore putting up  for the Mayoralty: Personally, Mr.  Johnson is a very sincere man. And  if the post of mayor were made. bylaw as one in which' men were placed  to enable them to ride a hobby, there  could be no objection to him. Certainly he. would ride his bronco to  the limit. * But- there is much more  than this demanded. And right now  it is important for . Enderby to cut.  out the obstructionist and the hobby  rider. Every effort must be_ made to  boost the town ahead. To take-a  holiday just to see Jim do his" wild  west . stunt in municipal affairs  would be costly even if amusing.  Mr. Johnson does not. agree with  anyone or anything that is not socialistic. He objects to things generally. Not because he can point to  where they are wrong, but just to be  forninst the government-. As an example of his    bronco riding,  we will  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."  ... -. ' (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)' ���������������������������       ' "' *���������������������������  King Edward Hotel, \  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  W  \LTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUBLIC  -  CONVEYANCER  Agreement! of Sale. - Deeds & Mortgages.  Document. Witnessed.    Loans Negotiated  Oflice: Room2. Hell l.lock. Knderby, n. C.  name only one instance in connection  It. would be a grave j With    his    aldermanic  experience--the-  past year. Mr. Johnson hadn't .any  use for . the drainage work of the  past year after a certain tender that  was more than three' thousand dollars higher than the successful bidder  LET THEM FINISH THE WORK  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  ���������������������������B-EisnrBtoeK=-  Bn-d uii-B-vHBrQf=B  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Notice   is   given   by the returning   for the Work  hacI been turned down.  officer that a school trustee is to be j Ancl  so   when    the    recently    passed  1 elected  at    the   forthcoming .election jloan b-V'"laws to    complete the drains  ,to take the   place   of Mr.  A." Fulton'ancl   repair    the  ! as a member of the Board  not know if Mr. Fulton will consent  'to stand again  .as a member of the jman   Johnson    moved   that    the by  oarcl7~biitr������������������speaking-in*"what^'e^  lieve to  be   the    public  interest,   we !ple voted in    fav������������������r of their Passage,  sincerely   hope   he   will do so.     Mr    Alclerman   Johnson   wanted  to  shelve  7 Wie WHITE  Sewing Machine    \  if * ���������������������������  ���������������������������  In stock this   week. Tt is the. best   or I wouldn't be selling it."   See it -; -  ancl try it before buying; it will pay   you to    investigate; easy terms at  fair prices. *   -  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  ./Disc Records i""* -  Perforated Music Rolls, from 15c up  , For. all Player. Pianos;,   Always in stock -.    .-*  Leave your order with us.for.Edison or Disc Records'if wehayehU  what you want in stock. See and hear the Gourlay-Ahgelus  Piano. .   '���������������������������  Agent also for Church and Parlor Organs  Also l-'ire and Life Insurance  Ollice in brick block opp. The Walker Press.  J. ������������������. CRANE,  Enderby Agent  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are in *������������������plen-  dicl condition "for planting.   -   ������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������       -...���������������������������...��������������������������� *-.���������������������������-..-  An  experienced  fruit grower is in charge ancl   will    give -instruction to  waterworks  system j purchasers free of charge, or orchar '���������������������������  'vill be ' planted- anr. -"o, , ud for at a  We "do icame lip for third  fading,  after the I moderate .charge. ���������������������������..    ..   ...  nnsnnt j ratepayers had    passed  them,   Alder- !       1G" nCre8, .sat)-(liviaed into 20-acre lots . -    now on the market at -������������������175  per sere. ** ���������������������������*  ���������������������������    ���������������������������    .-. ~n the first block and make money on the advance.    ��������������������������� ���������������������������   ���������������������������     -,   Apply-to���������������������������. -. ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������/-. '"*' J'"' '. i ~-      r      ���������������������������'.���������������������������:.      -i  Fulton was the most active member  of the Board in .ferritins out and  placing before "the "public the salient  Oflice hours: Forenoon,  9 tu 10:t.O  , ��������������������������� Afternoon, H to  |  ,' KveniiiK. (.:'.<) to 7::.0  I Sunday, by appoiiumont  oiiicii: Cor. Cliff and George Sis.        KNDEiuiY  I)01nti* in    connection   with  the plan-  :   ning    and 'carrying'  into  effect  the  business of the Board in thc matter  of the., erection.'of ...the _ncw. school  building." Mc spared no time or expense  in- tracing    up any  suggested  them���������������������������to bronco-bust 'em. What a  time we would have -."ith Mr. Johnson in the Mayor's ch'air.!,  GEORGE PACKHAM,  ...  Deer Park Land Ofiice,: Enderby.  ���������������������������     MUSIC  p:Wr CHAPMAN";Vrr:~"': - "  ���������������������������*-   ��������������������������� P. O. Ilo.x 139. Kmloi-liy.  Visits or rccoivus pupils for Piano, Orjfan, Violin,  Sinrimrawl 'I'lu-ory of Music. lOtc.  improvement    made  other  to  him   by   the  M  STENOGRAPHY     __  ISSmT ELLIOTT  .   Public Typewriting  and Stenography  Courses for th>; Canadian   or  British. Academy   oflicers   of     other     schools   visited   hv  r- Kxiuninationy . J  him. And as a result of these visits  and tlie work done by liim, Mr. Fulton is the person best capable of  taking up tlie work. He should be  asked to complete the work he, in  conjunction with Mr. Taylor and Mr. !  Pyman, started out upon. The '  same    Board     should    complete    the  . work.   Jl is   to    the public interest,      POLITICAL To change   men    at    this time could   . _____ not result in  advantage to the city,  "[^NDERBY    CONSERVATIVE and might  result in  evil.      Mr.  Pul-  ���������������������������V-*. ASSOCIATION ton  has been  .J/%. RUTTAN, t(  President.  Ollico   In Boll brick block on Maud St., two doors  south of Kiriw  Edward   hotul. Enderby, H. C.  Yards  such    a   conscientious  A. F. CROSSMAN   \V0rker as    a    member of the Board,   Secretary-      and so thorough in everything undcr-  __ ___. __ j taken by him in connection with the  Lansdowne Poultry planninK of the new school bunding,  J   to lose him now would be a real loss  to the ratepayers,  . Mr. Fulton is being asked by the  COCKERELS FOR SALE ratepayers  to become . a  member   of  J1913 Council also. If he could see  of the following varieties: Brown ��������������������������� his Way clear to become a member q[  Leghorns, Bull Orpingtons, Barred j ,)oth the Sc])ool Boartl\nd the CoUn.  Rocks. All from prize-winning stock. , cil ,t WQn]d ))e Qf immense advantage  From U.50 up.   The best young stock   though| we   Qre   free to admit) it ._  asking much of him. This year tho  City Council and School Board will  have so much    to   attend to in con-   <$>$Q$������������������&$q&$&m4#qq#q4,qqqq  Get Ready for Winter!  I Fix up your House, Bar n_  and Outbuilding's  ! ��������������������������� i     k  r .   *  '���������������������������        <���������������������������:-. : '.-. -n1 .     -,������������������������������������������������������ .'* /��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� '.  Mere arc   some   specials in  lumber  while they last :  'No.   2 Lath  ...per thousand ...%   2.00No.;.3  Bev.^ Cedar-Siding.:    15.00  'No.  2 Dimension,      "      "      ...   12.001x4' No. 1"*& 2 Shiplap    14.00  i ' iz >    ���������������������������       ���������������������������  '.    These are good values,and you will be pleased with them. *  I . * -���������������������������    f.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End������������������by  <���������������������������������������������<'���������������������������i'*>'������������������s,������������������'K^<'���������������������������A^.^,^.$^$^^ ^  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables'  ENDERBY, B. C.  I ever raised.  W.  T.   MARSHALL,  Lansdown,  Armstrong * P.0  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying.pf all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling- for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekors  and  Tourists in  vited. to give us a trial.  An Opportunity for a  Reliable Man in  Enderby  ....-     .'. ' .���������������������������:... =!     ' '"��������������������������� =.. !���������������������������'������������������������������������ ',  '"5    "'-  We have some gilt edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal'to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an expensive 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.     ���������������������������.  Ap?ly~. ���������������������������:��������������������������� ���������������������������" -.,.' v, ..   ;'*.' 1 1    }i:Vi  I-.-W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO  ���������������������������Hi ������������������_r- ������������������.���������������������������    ���������������������������.  \t  " i  v    ���������������������������>������������������������������������������������������*>    *��������������������������� J-  1     */ ^  Thursday, January 9, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  11  i.  I  The opera, the concert and the vaudeville of the city come to the small towns  more vividly than ever before on the  Edison  v  j,  t  ll"'  |r * -*  ;���������������������������  m  r'   J.  because Edison has just created a new record���������������������������the Blue Amberol  ���������������������������which is sweeter and finer in tone and reproduces in a more  lifelike way than any other phonograph record ever  " made."'And once the fcest music and songs of the  best/artists have come to you on Blue Amberol Records it will a/ways be yours as yividly as at first, for  the. Blue'Amberol never"wears out.  y'"Hear it at your Edison dealer's today.     -������������������������������������������������������"  \ ,. f homM'A;Edboa, Inc., 100 Lakasida >_������������������������������������������������������_, Orui*, N. J., U. S. A.'r  7 "��������������������������� A complete Uiieof Edison PKraogimphs and Recc. i������������������ Will be found at  THE ENDERBV MOSiC STORE  *>..v-  !'   1  f.V -  p.ii  lxtJF  f /.,  JiV  lift?  m*.  \7X  li i ro  h'������������������J '  hi \i  \\\? ���������������������������  i;-  waa  r--  ���������������������������y,v  EmmMfim pi^ur  2Made, strictly;1 froni^ Saskatchewan arid Alberta 'wheat;/'in.tKe;  -JONLY/MILL in tlie;6k������������������ntiwnV The PiONEE&millof British'  Golumt>iafand now one of the MOST1 COMPLETE,milling syi-  items in .Canada: : Try this flour and you'll find it jirill produce a  grent^yolume of good;-wholesome, NUTRITIOUS bread.*.. You  rwill find,tthe color WHITER" than any other flour on the market  7,���������������������������{this means that itis CLEANER than any other flour on the  market. ^ < ,*   ,"   -;;-:,'.-'.-*,  i, ,->,.      ---,..:  ������������������������������������������������������.*    .-ve.... :  ; > 1: WHY NOT ;iW  We botti lose money Jf you. don't    Por sale by all good grocers  or at our mill.-- <-  .-.-.  v . ..    ;  vt.    "I       " V-".  "    ~':> . .'-y'S/-::--    y;   '-���������������������������/      "', ,\_T'"   .:'<   "V  ���������������������������COLUMBIA   FtOURJNGM  CRY OF HIGH TAXATION  It is a poor 'businessman, who is  not prepared to pay the additional  cost of doing an increased lm&inesa.  Likewise, it is a poor piece of property, or a poor property holler, that  cannot pay the additional tan incumbent upon increased vaia.uton.  The effort being made at -his time  to defeat the   progressive movement  in Enderby by   the   cry of increased  taxation    makes   it   imperative,   for  every ratepayer interred in advancing the   interests   of   ''ie   to^n to  come out strongly   on t'.e matter uf  civic progress, and to lend every effort to the movement looking to me  election of   a   mayor*  ani aldermen  who have proton themselves capable  of handling public   affairs.     Tbe cry  of heavy   taxatijn   is not suppurted  by facts. ' Let us admit for the sale  of argument that fit are paying 'mce  .taxes this - year -ihr,n v.e pail thr^e  or four years ago.     X.Vfrthcle-_s, in  proportion to _ne increased valuation  of land, we are not r ayiog t ore than  two-thirds,  as.. much as we paid before the   permanuut , pulillj improve-'  ments wtre'undertaken.   If these improvements   have,' directly r or ��������������������������� indirectly   increased   j-ropmy _ alues to  two and three times what they were  before the"impr6ve>-y.������������������nt3 were made,  ought we riot be willing to contribute  our share of   the' cose of-such .improvement? '-1 .j The man j who '��������������������������� eTpects  to have'hisv proo s *ty^ values'dcuOled  or tribbled  vitao'st/l������������������a^iDt;'*;to' pay "a  part iof the Wat; ,js>Xpw't;ne,thc',-un-  reasonable.'-Vsr-Vl"t?'is'5:irlVoS6i,iltr tc  build up a'.town-Cwl.hout_pa>������������������ng_for  it.'   To -.xoYct^to;escape the-ccTet: of  improvements^:s ^tolooVc fof^thelim-  possible^-somiithing for*nothing.X'XX-  ',,- MAY /AMEND! THE/GAME ACT71  '\It .will '.beC- remembered' that /a -few  weeks, ago " some"*, of * the" citizens, of  Mara- passed 'f a.- resolution^!dealing  witiijtnc^matter^  hare^fand'^Tf asking'^  Bowser", to^so 7i amend. the;jIaw"*'to/'al-  low. the s settler-.the' same * privileges^ as  are granted the "big horned" owl.V/t'In  reply" to" the* said'resolutionJ\Mr.s C:  8:'i Handcock,Z secretary',, -of ithe'-Nor-  BIG TIMBER ROYALTIES   .  Although the timber office officials  at Victoria, did not hope that the  royalty returns tor December would  exceed $55,000, such a shoal of fat  cheques came in o^n the last day of  tha year that the total for the  month came to - $67,439. This exceeded December of last year by over  *|15,000.  Inspector McKay is elated at, the  fine showing . of the department, 'the  only thing to mar ��������������������������� tbe pleasure of  the occasion being the certainty that  it will be impossible to exceed these  figures next year unless more mills  are built. ",-  "All the mills are . working full  blast,., most of them - working night  and day shifts. They cannot produce more lumber next year no mat-  ���������������������������-    ji ,  ter how hard "they, work.,    To, get  more royalties we must -have -more  mills,", skid one of the inspectors to  the Vancouver Province.  -  The total amount of lumber* scaled  by the department's- scalers on entering the' mills of'' the coast district  last month was 62,500,000 feet. The  total scale for^the year 1912 was  770,000,000 feet. ' In 1911 the-cut was  605,000,000 feet. ./ ,,.'    -;   ':'��������������������������� /  "We were asked,by Hon. Price Elli:  son la- year ago , to/aimrtq increase  the royalties' by -'fivevp-ercent. (We  have' * handed i over j to Ms/successor,'  Honl Mr. Ross, a'sumvexceedinglast  year's by.over 15"per/cent,-? said^Inspector McKtiy. ,���������������������������'%f������������������vK*,    :r-C-  8IR FREDERICK TAYLOR^  * -3*  .. t ,"'*'  ^*.*-*i     ���������������������������������������������-'*���������������������������("������������������������������������������������������-       ������������������  ,  ���������������������������(,.  p.,  ft-1-"  t   **    ^  t *.   ���������������������������r-  TMr. ^P.' Williamlr. Taylor/ manager  offthe. London branch/of%thejBankCof4  Taylor,; < mnag������������������r'^-6f Z. the vtEnderby  ."_/'  ���������������������������'V^^ri-.'p  branch'4.of the samejbank,-was inclu-  men minister - of ^agriculture v for .Can-,  ada;; being/ n������������������de "a ^night? Bachelor/  -V^���������������������������*'.*���������������������������' s-'-.^-^iv " pAV'-to^.;^-^'-,.''*.-*'��������������������������� -V-  -hiX *��������������������������� y ^^ X-A-^'W^-^^j^" ^'i J������������������t;vf.'  **- - ���������������������������._,���������������������������** -   **���������������������������    y  _,      iJ  f ^'^ef !_ ^  MANY EXCELLENT POSITIONS OPEN  NEW    FEDERAL   LAW     COMPELS  VESSELS  TO HAVE MORE WIRE-' ���������������������������  LESS OPERATORS.  Many   goiod   positions are open to  young men and women in the. field of  "Wireless" and commercial telegraph  service.    The   passage    of -the "new?  federal law, effective October 1, com-   .  polling   all   sea-going vessels, to*-be  equipped   with    wireless,instruments,  and,manned by-two competent opera:,  tors, has created a great demand for  operators * in the marine wireless ser-/  vice.    Federal laws now require rail- i  ways to   use   more-' operators;tlian'/.  ever before.      The   Morse Telegraphs;  Company,    opposite Jjthe-   Orpheum-A!  theatre',    Seattle^    operates in/.close;'/--  connection   with    wireless; and //com- f/\  mercial ^officials, and" can place i^nA-^t'f;  uates in good'positions.~.rIt.will'peypiV  you to write for. full particulars''  * -z\  1 -1    '  ������������������-( k  -It 1 -  Fre^Rfiaufimw^  ;. ^ - J'   BUILDER A ^ > rf ^%������������������  ^CONTRACTOR  Plans and  ���������������������������^.^  . ings������������������and. *���������������������������- all':: factory'/ workik^Hia^a^ i  - - Rubberoid^:RoofiiI_g^Scr������������������������������������f #|������������������;  ' :Doors and* Wmdows:C^Gl������������������������������������te#������������������  j^^x;si^S5^^^^^S^i������������������  ^������������������*. v bp������������������.-������������������4WT<3 mid< cut} strictl&SKdfi  rtA.   f11-- t. ti  reply-to" the_ said resolution,\Mr.s C: Vi "\y'/iy/Z//1'y~/Zy ifityy^/ *������������������'������������������������������������������������������>X* I  S/jHandcock.; secretary;,-of{the-Nor-.    1 y;^FB^Ltb6wN.,STAIRS 7XXi: i-  then Okanagan ^Farmers' ^ Institute,  ;:z Xpyy ��������������������������� f>"-- "X/Z '-y/'^ -]J ?'-C /''  has ^received /the1 foliowiner-communi-* /"rl -Z.'^d',^-il *'_".li_.-^i 7c'/Z~7X'X '"_' '< "^  Fire, Life, Accident  .    INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit La-ad ,HayLaa4\  TownLoU  The Liverpool & London tk Globe In*. Co. '  The Phoenix tnsarance Co. of London.    "  Landon-Laneuhtre Fire Insurance Co.  Royal Insurance Co..of Liverpool (Life dipt  The London ft Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK.' ENDERBY  Silk Stockings  and  Watches  %re articles that women seldom  buy for themselves.  T is here their streak of  economy  shows.   Thcy have a  mighty  appreciation for such things, but they expect their men folks to  buy them.  This is the place to  look for women's watches���������������������������the largest, best  assorted, attractive  stock of filled gold und solid gold watches in this town.    Everyone has a  reliable  works���������������������������-a   real practical timekeeper���������������������������their upkeep cost  is low.  Priced fiom $12.()0 to $80.00.   We feature theElgin watch.  I  F. PYMAN, JewW,   Enderby  of every description executed  neatly  and  cheap,   and  with'  has -received ,pa.e following:-cdmmuni  cation: , ��������������������������� ,,������������������������������������������������������.'-- ���������������������������". { ,  r; Dear,-Sir:,- -I *.beg~ to acknowledge  receipt, of your letter of the 12th ult!  in reference-to the "resolution-passed  by your Institute in'connection/with  the killing', of v'rabbits.' .It appears  that' the' animals referred' to by.' you  have been' decided by' eiperts' as being  a species- of t hare,, and according to  sjnedule Br of the.Game Act are protected from, Jan. 1st to*-Aug.< 31st,  and are, not allowed-to,be sold till'  Oct. 31st.- This* matter-has never  been 'brought to my'attention before,  and now that   it has, I will bV.glad &ry b     -^ ^^^ by ^ citiMtfa  lQ___akg_.it _up. farther with the idea . 0^thaUcityUo^Mr.4T^Kl,lpitrtckt,  _ Jack Elliott, clerk at the "Sicamous  Hotel'A while'/cairyingVa trunk'/ down-  l        p.'        v *-      -*J   * p.-    .      .J      *-.    ���������������������������% *       "-       -- r-f-    *  stair8ithere a fewvdays.ago," fell and  was. seriously,, Injured. "i:-, s He ..was ta-  ken'to/the -Vernon' hospital,,-being  unconscious.1'for- the .whole journey."  Though "suffering, from concussion, of  the brain,',it' was'expected that he  will-recoverr-     vX/V- ?-< -: -  ,      -,  . >~ '������������������OUR FRIBND^T: K/{;V    v  ;���������������������������- \._; ^i~, ,^r��������������������������� .. '>-~\,j~',-\'  Revelstoke drill ball was the.scene  Tuesday night last of a compliment-  f   PL__     1 _ *.  -amine. ' vi-\vmm  Undertakiiwr Parion it. eoni^tlonn^MfM!^  j ��������������������������� l- -i,-���������������������������.-: ���������������������������- t,-t *?r'-..^ *������������������t*i!5sg5  _.L     ^^?V?V   _7. "^i^S^SHM  Next to Oity>HaU.V;  _ _       , . _. _  _   _x-  r        _       j.     * kr,    J -W > i?**Sflffir  * yyrz n* ���������������������������>.��������������������������� *_y, *--w v: /^-^^^^^ia^s^an  of considering whether it would not,who i8^retiring from/'the position he  be wise at.the next session to amend jha8 held for  ���������������������������_, year8> of Buperin.  *^#B;������������������Kif.tS  SYNOPSIS Of COM MININC'\mmi.Xi4g$%m  the Game Act so as to do away with  the protection i-t the bare. Tours  truly, W. J. Bowser, Attorney-General.  BLOWING THE FARMS AWAY  -A- telegraph-dispatch=from Magrath  Alberta, says that Inquiries into the  effect that the frightful wind of the  past week has had on farm lands,  brings out the information that  most of the summer fallow is blown  away and that next spring farmers  will be required to replow to form a  seed-bed. In the northern part of  tbat district where the soil is loose  and sandy, tbe devastation of the  wind is most marked and very little  if anys of the fall grain is now in the  ground.  This has been a most remarkable  winter in Alberta. Up to within a  week ago the wind seems to have  taken the place of snow, very little  of which has fallen. The land is  consequently dry and the summer fallow blows freely. For the past six  days, the despatch says, the country  has been clouded in a pall of thick  dust rising from the plowed fields.  This condition iB reported to be general.  R. Chadwick  ;    REGISTERED PLUMBER  despatch,  at   the Walker PreiS j (certificate.)    Painter and Decorator,  7|Box 74, Bnderby.  tendent of the Mountain division * of  the O. P. R. Over 200 guests were  present, including old ' fellow-workers  of Mr. Kilpatrick, such as F. F.  Busteed, S. Phipps, J. .McKay, and  A. G. Brooker. Some sixty telegrams   and  letters   were.read.from  other prominent railwaymen"alT over  Western Canada, who were unable to  be present. The banquet followed  the presentation to Mr. Kilpatrick  of an illuminated address,' valuable  presents and $600 in gold, on behalf  of the railway men of the Mountain  division, and tbe citizens of Revelstoke.  *���������������������������     '       u -rt*  *   CWi~ e J,1   -��������������������������� I  ' -?>'*  r-   *, c. f  - '"-. -Hi  ' ������������������ :'-X4  ���������������������������'       ' r vf l  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of the Mara Dli-  trietiBnowout.   GET  ONE,  Chat. W. Little  EldenwllOrchard,Mara,B.C. gj������������������ ������������������������������������^������������������*������������������������������������t ������������������* "������������������ * p^  Coal miolaff rifhte of the Don_i_ilonW*"^p  in Manitoba, Saakatchewan aad M-'*J'"\V^-'/M\  btrtk\y the -Yukon ' Territo'ii/^then<fV-:--vS^'  Northwest Territories a������������������d'������������������'|*������������������rti<������������������^?: *i/*3l  of the province of British Colam-.for^"-^Xl -tf  may be leased for a term of twtsttjyy/ iXtf4  one years, at an annual rental off*  an acre.- Not more than 2,SfO acres������������������,.,  will be laased to one applicant.  '  Application for a lease must be ..."Vyy/  made by. the . applicant ln i person to ..,*/.. J7&1&  the Agent nor eub-Agent of the "die-:  trict in which rights applied for are'  situated.  In surveyed territory the land moat  be described by sections, or 1-efal  sub-divisions of sections, ^nd in na-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by tha applicant himself. '*   /'  Bach application must be accon-  panied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall r  furnish tbe Agent .with sworn returns"  accounting for the full quantity - of  merchantable*-coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If tiie coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will Include the coal miB-  ing rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to ' purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working pf  the mine at the rate of $10.00 aa acre  For \full Information application  should \ be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the fcterior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Ageat  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized   publication   of WHERE ARE THEY?  SHEEP MANAGEMENT.  j What   Have   Become  of the   Common  Things of 25 Years Ago.  Well, what's become of the mous-  tacha cup, for instanc1? Those china  affairs made specially ?o gentlemen  would not soil their lip adornment?  on th"ir coffee. It seems-- only yesterday that. Aunt Lizzie wa. scmlini.  ���������������������������'hem to all her be't beaux for birthday presents. And the knitted muf-  iif-rf around the neck:*-? And oh, yes  ���������������������������-Puffy Flesh Under Eyes. ���������������������������what's become of the  big mitt?  we  After u/period of  illness sometimes i used   to   wear   with   strings   attached  the  flesh   will   recede  about  the eyes,    around  our  necks?  This leaves the skin loose unci sbrlv-  ei-M In appearance. Kor treatment  warm almond oil Is excellent. Dip  Binull soft cloths in the oil and an often us convenient during the day and !  ���������������������������when retiring at night lay them ou the I  loose skin.  The skin about tbe eyes of a person  who Is recovering from Illness Is too  "delicate, to be massaged. The small  veins and capillaries .are very weak.  60 It behooves one to be extremely  careful In this treatment. Foods which  are easily digested, wholesome and  strengthening are preferable to dainty  or fancy dishes, and resting the eyes  ts often ns possible Is, recommended.  L������������������ck of sullicient sleep and Internal  derangement are responsible for the  rolls of loose flesh under tbe eyes. It  you hope for a cure then-see to it that  Internally the system i.s in as nearly  perfect condition as possible. When  you are sure of this then you can  start outward treatment. First be  sure you are having sufficient sleep.  From seven to eight hours each night  is none too much, and the best hours  are from 10 p..m. to (i a. m. The loose  flesh and all about the eyes externally  may be gently massaged with .equal  parte of rosewnter und glycerin. If  there Is any smarting sensation reduce  the amount of glycerin to one-third,  ���������������������������with two-thirds of rosewater.   Once or  What's becom������������������ of the mud scrapers  on the doorsteps and the mats with  the hirjfe "Welcome" on them that  used t-9 greet us nil wherever we  opened th- door? What's become of  nil th<-. red and white barred stockings  twice a week tiny ice bags may be al  \  Jowed to lie for fifteen minutes on the  puffy flesh, and occasionally bathing  the parts in cold water-will also prove  beneficial.  Sun Bath For the Hair.  Tbe crisp -fresh air, the bright,light  apd the sunshine of this season of- the  ' year are all good for the hair, it is the  toot 'summer sun that is injurious to  both-skin and scalp. - '.lust now and  for months;to come a daily eiiu bath  ��������������������������� would be "a life giving treatment for  the scalp as well as It would.be for the  ���������������������������whole body.  , If you have a room Into which the  nun"shines brightly make It your sun  parlor for at least an hour during each  day. Take ull the pins out of your  hair. 6hake it free and loose.every  rooming or any time through the day  and sit ln the sun. Thin will-be more  beneficial to the scalp than quarts of  tonic.  To get good results from a sun bath  all pins must be removed from the  hair. If they are not, the scalp/which  needs the tonic, will be untouched and  only the hnlr on top or,outside will  receive the bath.  The Mcalp, nlthough seemingly tender, never burns even lu the hottest  .summer days. Tbe girl who has exposed ber bead much during such  weather when playing tennis, etc., will  remember that near the head'the color  ot the. balr Is unchanged. However  much the remainder may be streaked.  "ThiF'is^be^ause^the'^colp^biis^pfotect  tbe hair.  Therefore when taking a sun treatment the hnlr should be loosened, the  tresses should be parted ancl occasionally tossed about, fc.lt in a comfortable  chair during tbe process, and tbe hath  will be found restful to the nerves as  well us the bead.  ...      Sleep For Looks.   Sleep is otie of the best known pre-  Gorvatlves of youtb, and every woman  ���������������������������should get nt much of It as possible.  A short nap after meals is nn excellent thing. Take it if you have time  to lie down only for fifteen minutes.  On getting up you will feel composed und lu readiness for any tasks  that may await you. /  Many women think they cannot afford to rest for a few moments, yet In  the end this rest pays.  Regular hours nre the best of helps  to keeping one's youth and good looks.  Wake it your business to get to bed  at a seasonable hour every night and  try to keep this hour the same.  Early rising will enable you to make  up for the hours given to sleep at  night.  If you are troubled by sleeplessness  undress leisurely, brush the hair, mas-  sage the scalp a little and bathe the  face and eyes in warm water.  Then stand before an open window  In n heavy dressing gown and take a  ���������������������������few deep breaths.  Lastly, drink a cup of hot milk and  then get Into bed. stretch the body out.  relax and think only of something  pleasant Sleep should Dot be long in  (Oinlng.       '_���������������������������'���������������������������'���������������������������  Icebergs.  6lnc*s   1S88   thirty-nine   icebergs   of  from 800 to 1,700 feet in height have  *_������������������_ reported, sixteen having an altl-  ������������������b*������������������ 9f 1,000 ieet  all the litti--. girl? used to wear?  What's become ni Uie hand-painted  neckties, tho whatnots that used to  adorn the parlor corner, the fringe on  the parlor furniture, the old plush  piano stool with the fringe on jt, and  the iron animals in the front garden?  Then, there are 'the plush picture  frames, the worsted mats for the.  lamp, made with a spool and four  pins; strange glass canes that hung  up in the parlor with colored water  inside. What's 'become oi them?  What, too, of tlie big glass marbles  with the little silver lamb .inside that  was the last, word in knicknacks in  every well-conducted home? Also the  stuffed doves under th'e round glass  case that used to stand just at the  side of the door, and the everlasting  flowers. And what's become "of the-  knitted wristlets you used to see'  along any main 'street, and what's  become of the old hand-knitted  .stocking., for men, the sealskin collars on the coats���������������������������the sealskin collars  lhat never had a lining���������������������������and la.s-.t,  the case on the mantelpiece with Uie  wax figures?.  What has become of the Austin  sisters, the-human flies, who used, to  walk on the ceiling? What's become  of Zip, the ��������������������������� mathematical marvel;  Jack 'O'Brien and his six-day lady  bike riders; the pug dog, t.he author  of "White Wings,-fhey. Never Grow  Weary," the seven Sutherland sisters,  and the wooden ship in the bottle  that no self-respecting bar could be  "without? , For 'that matter, -what's  beome of tha raw egg- eating cham-"  pion, the pie eating champion, Uv?  oyster opening  champion?  .Mother's canned preserves -with"the  red'sealing wax on top���������������������������are there aiiy-  rnore  .anywhere?   .The"   old    wooden  wardrobe, in   the .'bedroom, - and :_t.he_  six-day", go-as-you-please    races; . the-  'white'.bone-handled "table knives".and'  homemade    bread;    the    little   candy-  hearts ��������������������������� with  mottoes and  rhushy sayings on   them,   and, the   sheaves   of  wheat 'and " colored-pampasograss  in  thp best room���������������������������where?      y, ������������������������������������������������������   \ ~    '   '-  Don't    you    remember .the-, butter  dish in  the shape, of the hen sitting  on  eggs   and   the   milk  pitcher   built  in  the shape of a cow?*   You newer  see them now.   And.how about those  elegant tidies the girls used"to move,  around so they would always not be.  hack of oiir heads wlien" we sat on the.  chairs and  sofas?     ��������������������������� i  Mistakes  In   Handling tho Flock That  I Tend to Cut Profits.  Tn   the   management  of  a   flock  of  sheep there are several mistakes usually made, among wliich may De mentioned, tirst. the temptation to turn  them out too early In the spring with  the thought of saving feed, says W. ������������������-1.  Underwood. If they are turned ou  (he regular pasture they will get the.  start of it and fail t  tennnce they should irom it tbe rest  of the season, whereas if it Dad Lieeu  allowed to get a sutlieient start it  would served tbem much better later  In the season.  If the pasture Is a field to be plowed I feel quite sure the extra vegetable niatter that would be turned under if left, rather than to have it pastured olf. Is worth much more to the  land than to the sheep. In any event,  this soft, watery grass, while relished  by the sheep, has little nourishment in  it. It fills, but does not teed. The animals will get to scouring and lose flesh,  while it will take more and better feed  to put them back in good condition.  Another mistake .la to shear' the  sheep, a.s tbe custom ^yas. in .Mine. Hy  nil means shear before they go to pasture. If tbey are put on'grass with the  wool on. the looseness of the bowels.  II ways following a change from' dry to  green feed, will soil much of their  wool about the binder parts, which is  ��������������������������� loss, for it will cost as much to wash  It out as It will bring.  The old talk about tbe gain from accumulation of oil in warm weather is  nonsense.   If the weather is at all wet  AN UNPUBLISHED NOVEL  THE COUNTERSSGN.  Burnaby's Handwriting Was So Bad It  Could Not. Bo Read.  It was stated at the time of Colonel  Burnaby's death tbat be bad left behind him the manuscript of a novel for  which there was considerable compete  tion among the publishers.  This is quite true.    The manuscript.  a   bulky   parcel,   waa   handed   to   hie  Lne.v   win  .mi. Ll'"-<swjlu discretionary P(������������������vt'i" either to pub-  ������������������. ������������������bt  !. !!!G !"*    liBti it myself or to use It in connection  with the proposed biography. "  Here a singular and, as it flually.  proved, a fatal obstacle presented Itself. Familiar lor many years with  Burnaby's handwriting. I could not  ufter diligent endeavor make out more  than a sentence here and there ou the  crowded page of manuscript ���������������������������  Burnaby's writing was, possibly with  the exception of Dean Stanley's, tbe'  worst I ever saw. It looked as if he-  fore sitting down to write a letter he  had pulled a twig out ot tbe hedge,  mixed a little blacking aud then gone  ahead.  He wrote the whole of his "Ride to  Khiva".and his "R1de,;on Horseback,  Through Asia Minor" with his own  hand. But before they reached the  printer tbey-were fairly written out by-  a copyist . . /  The hapless man used to make out,  as much as he could, then leave blanks*  for filling up -which he-had to seek the  assistance of the -author.    Sometimes  there were more blank's ln a page than  words.  Despairing, o'f making anything" ot  the manuscript of the- novel, it".was  submitted to a.publisher, who turned  upon It.bis most skillful declpberist  Neither-head nor ull could be made-  of the manuscript and the Intention  of publishing the novel was' cons'e-.  quently abandoned.���������������������������Sir H. W. Lucy  In Coruhill Magazine. "���������������������������  "While   tho.  Shropshire*' sheep. Is  generally classed as--a mutton" pro-.  ducer, it la a good-general.purposo'f  animal.   The first essential"of breeders of  this sheep  has  been  to ee--  cure   a   correct   mutton   conformation, but aa a Keneral "rule the fleece  from the animal .'has  been  of  tine  fiber and of fair weight. _ltlB getting  to  ba quite  common,  says Gr.  McKerrow,    Breeder's   Gazette,    to  see Shropshire fleeces at the leading shows tliat would compare fa- ,  vorably-ln crimp and fiber with tho  fine   wool "types.     The   Shropshire  shown is a good typo of the breed.  tbe rains will wash out more oil than  will accumulate "twice over, to say  nothing about  tbe discomfort of tbe  "    Did you ever see the alligator cus- j s}jeep -witb its heavy fleece iu tbe hot  pidor?   It wa? a weird-looking flPPar-'days  attis and maybe you're lucky to for-j A7hlrd-m1stnlce lg (0,,eave lhe-voung  get it.    But   thev used to   be   almost { ���������������������������       ������������������  everywhere thai the" gentle habit: r"15* uncastrnted and lambs vvttb their  was* practiced. Vou reached out a tai]s oa- ln removing the tail place it  foot and stepped on the 'gator cus-i������������������" a hardwood, block, shove the skin  pidor. Promptly it gaped cavernous-J toward tbe rump aud sever it with a  ly. Then you expectorated. You re-j sharp two inch chisel.-The skiu will  moved your foot and the jaws closed. * cover-the bone, and it will heal quick-  It was truly a wonderful thing. Tt | lv jf a knife is used with a drawing  raised that particular habit to the' t t|je bone wi��������������������������� pi.otmde> maMng au  dignity of a ceremony   although many J. woijnd    ,n a��������������������������� thege operatio0s ,t  ��������������������������� gator cuspidor. ��������������������������� T . .    , ���������������������������*.      , ���������������������������    ,. .   , ...  BustleE, "snlit curls." friw.es. can f f-hl*el ������������������>e t,|can- By this I mean dlsin-  be accounttd" for on-the grounds of, tected by dipping iu carbolic acid, cor-  changing fashion, and what's become) rosire sublimate or. what 1 have used  of the hair tongs, and what on earth j for years, sheep dip. A tool used for  has become of the natural hair r jail sorts of things, loaded up with  Where's the bolivar snndwich, wliich | germs, is responsible for more bad  was made of a piece of cocoanut'  candv   between   two   brown   cookies,  CEMETERY OF SUICIDES.  with .scalloped   edges?    And   thu  lozenges wi'.h the printed jokes?  A Prior Claim.  germs.  "luck" following such operations than  unskilled operators all put together.  Furthermore, every farmer should  learn inhis youth jVj^rform all such  operations. 'To see a man brought up  on a farm running arouud to Hud some  one to castrate bis lambs or pigs or to  tap an auimul In case of bloat, as well  as to dress bis sheep, hogs aud beeves.  Indicates, to my miud. one who is uot  thoroughly posted iu bis business.  The Dreary Plot In Wh'ich Monte Carlo  Buries Iti.Victims.      /  ' Matilda Bet ba in-Ed wards in her book  "In the Heart of- the. V^osges" advises'  all .visitors to Monte Carlo to go to the  "suicides' cemetery" before those other  places for.which  Monte Carlo Is .famous.    She describes ..the small inclo-.  sure, walled-iu and havlng^a gate of.  open Iron work.- alwnys locked/'"- ,''/���������������������������""<]  "Sere, in close proximity 'to-garden *  rubbish." , she - says,   "broken   bottles,  and other refuse rest the-suicides-of  Monte   Carlo,   buried ' by   the~- parish  graved I gger. without ftiueral and with-  out any  kind  of  religious ceremony. ���������������������������  Each   grave,- Is   marked , by.* an - upright  bit of  wood,   somewhat   larger  than  that  by ��������������������������� which  gardeners mark  tbelr seeds, and on which ts painted a  number,   nothing   more.     Apart   from  these are stakes driven into the ground  which   mark   as   yet   unappropriated',  spots.   The Indescribable dreariness of  the scene Is heightened by two monumental stones garlanded witb wreaths  and surrounded by flowers.-   The* tirst  records the memory of a young artisan   and   was   raised" by   his   fellow  workmen;  tbe  second .commemorates  brotherly and sisterly affection.' Both  suicides were.driven to self murder by  ploy. "  "Tht remainder are mere-) ^umbers. -  There are poor gamesters as well as  rich, and it.Is only or chiefly the poor  one.s=who=are=put=iiito"-the=groundilierer  The bodies of rich folks' relatives. If  Identified,   are   immediately   removed.  No Ono but Mr.  Hennessy  Will  Draw  Her Deposit.  Affairs of banks"are' puzzles to the  mauy if uot to tbe great majority, for  to know the workings of tt bant; you  ��������������������������� must either own one, wurk  In one or  ���������������������������*'  have the bundle that will give you tba  p '" i  ' professional look-in.  Small   wonder then  that  Mrs.  Mary  Hennessy, relict of  Malacby  IIenu������������������;.s-  sy. was'appalled wheu she found thut  there was any formality about having  her money accepted.   .She was advised  . to go to oue ot the greater institutions  of the city. Tliere she repaired, ready  to give the cashier man &J.U0U, which,  1 she supposed, be would guard like a  financial copper on the beat.'  Tbe  banking official  inquired something   about   .Mrs.   UunneMsy's   affairs  and then asked for her signature.  "What forT said the caller.  "In   case   you   want   to   draw   any  money out"  ���������������������������   "I don't want to-dra'w any  mou'ey  out   I'm giving it to ye to keep.   Isn't   -       ||  this a safe place to leave itV" 'A  "Certainly;   madam,   but "you   may ;|  change  your   mind   about, leaving   it" J  here" '" '    '     1  ,     "Me" mind is made up."       - .,- **|  !     This   was  partly   on  the  level  and -    -     $  , partly a stall, as Mrs.. Hennessy could J  not vwrlte.     She   admitted   this   fact t!|  grudgingly and became a,bit wrathful  that there should be so much trouble  ' over tlie simple matter ot transferring  her money from a Book * to a strong  box/   _'���������������������������#:"''���������������������������-"  r    Tbe cashier took a new tack.  ;*"Well. Mrs. Bennessy," be said,  "now that you have indicated that.you  cannot sign a check and.that you are  not going' to give anybody, ,the power;  '_of attorney (the phrase .wns.lrrltatingi  we, shall have to agree -upon" a pass  ' word." , '    .--,...  "WbatVtbatr \  - *_"Wbyt- some.word or phrase by which  you can" Identify yourself'in case you  .want-to make" a-withdrawal.' While L  .know you, I; might .die and. somebody  else must know you."-       -'      * , , -- -  "���������������������������'Ye look  healthy,  but,ye can_have  yer own way.   interduce me to som'������������������  *6f yer-pals." ;    ,,-������������������/   1-   ;>  .-' Z .:"���������������������������'-'  "But tbey^mlght die."   V. '" , "v-'"  ;��������������������������� "Isn't.'If,the sickiy.'crowd'Jthnt"y������������������-,  are?.-.Are'ye up.'iHte'of .nights/much?"���������������������������    'ly-i  - lt.tdok-a/lqng^time,- but the,mysjeryj:-  -t -- *  "of /banking^ wns.Veventii'aliyJjreyeajefl.-  Mrs."Hennessy. w"as7asked'to. Indicate  -for .4jvritten - record    just, what.-she-  would .'say In.case shesbouljmake a  formal demand! ,v*' /'. - -,'X 'X7i7-  In''the safe beep ing-of.- thl������������������"*R*reht 'In-'  stltution'the fart Isreoorded/thht 'if/a'.  person of' certain 'Identity,. comes< up-  nud-isays, -"Ye.-omadbon.- .1 want "me.,  'money."', tlie*. caller' willprove herself  to be Mrs.. Heunessy.���������������������������Chicago/Post/ -���������������������������*  v/tv  ri  -,   Impracticability. ,;  - *,'.  - This" thing of doing in Koine'ns th#'  Romans 'do Is'not always tbe best -plan.'.  If you don't believe It Miss Jane/Ad-_"  dams, the famous sociological'worker'  of Chicago,- will - tell :-you^ a \story-y to*',  prove"it..; .-   '    ���������������������������- ���������������������������    -; "���������������������������������������������. _ :"~'1 ."-���������������������������/"-"''���������������������������  /Miss fAddams knew a  wealthy wo-.-.  man who,delighted, lu doing works of;  charity, such as sending; missionaries* ';  to foreign fields, and. on one occasion.  Bhe put up the money to ^send a^mis-  .  Vlonary to the Caroline" islands.   Soon  after* his arrival on tbe,scene,of-bis -  activities  the religious  mau  sent' his  I I  Many suicides are buried at Nice aud  Mentone. but the larger proportion further off still."  M. Toper (seeing a pair of feet the  other side of the lampposti���������������������������Now, then,  my friend, you must clear out  here first.���������������������������Tele Mele.  1 was  Borneo Police.  The Borneo police are mounted o%  vaks  Instead of horses.    They carry  rifles, and they patrol a territory of  some 30,000 square miles.  Selecting Breeding Swine.  In selecting breeding swine attention must be given to size, quality,  strength of bone, evenness of fleshing  and the use of more mature boars and  sows. All pigs intended for breeding  purposes should be selected from well  developed, mature sows.1 If the sires  nre mature animals, so much the better. These pip* should be fed na rations calculated to produce bone and  muscle, not fat a lon*  Sound to Please Her.  "I've tried for ten years to please my  wife." said the married man. "and I've  never yet succeeded."  "lnipossibler" ejaculated his friend.  "No, I don't think It Is." said thi  married man. "I'm goiug to shoot myself."���������������������������Satire.  Sure It Was Safe.  "You say that your airship is absolutely   safe,"   said   the   Investigator.  "Now, bow can you maku that statement?" ���������������������������'...-..     //;/,  ,-'/  "W������������������ haven't been able to get It to  leave the ground." replied the Inventor,���������������������������Cincinnati  Enquirer.  Paris Postage Stamp Exchange.  "A curb market iu.Paris" was writ-  fen on a picture postcard received  from.that city by.a.\Vull_street_brokpr,  It showed ������������������n open space thronged witb  men. women and boys, many .of whom  held books and portfolios. A letter b.v  the same mail explained that this was  the "postage stamp exchange," where  dealers and collectors assembled once  every month "to do business and to  regulate prices." "Here one may dnd  schoolboys, great lawyers, society-wo  men. shrewd traders, writers, merchants nnd men of all professions exchanging, buying and showing stamps,  and, although there i.s no organization,  all seem to follow unwritten laws, ancl  the gathering ts as Interesting to look  upon us that stock market In your city  which has uo roof over its bead."-  New York Tribune.  HienefacTress a /pfio.ograp_rrof=inffilel"*f=  i-and bis wife.  ;���������������������������'-Whereupon  the  rich   womnn'wrot*  fhe man of God a  letter, suggesting*  that his wife, In order to win the con-  , lidence of the natives, should  tbrow.  away her fine clothes and wear the  ' costume of tbe Islands. Two month-*  . later she received this answer:  "Inclosed  Is. the  complete  costume  -worn--by���������������������������native��������������������������� women. --My���������������������������wifo-  uwalts further word from you before  adopting It"  '    Tbe native dress consisted of a piece  '   r  of woven straw two Inches wide and  eight inches long.���������������������������1'opular Magazine.  Hindu Weddings and Burials.  The expenses of a Hindu wedding  come upon the bride's father, nnd they  are so great that,a .family sometimes is  mined or impoverished for many years  by fhe marriage of a daughter. The  next most costly affair to the Hindu  is the burial services. Should the  bead of tbe family escape bankruptcy  when bis daughter is married the eldest son is almost sure to he ruined  when be buries his father.  Not So Important.  "Ob. papa." she said, witb a .blush,  "young Mr. Chestnut, who owns so  many mines In tbe Midlands, ts com  ing again.this evening, and tie says  lie wants to see you ou important  business."  "All right, my dear." responded the  old man, chucking her playfully under  the .chin. "1 know what the young  man wants."  , That,evening Mr. Chestnut came,to  the point at once.  "Mr. Hendricks." he.,said boldly. "I  want to ask you If you have laid in a  stock of coal?"���������������������������London Ideas.  Up to Dato System.  Hostess (to her little gue"stl���������������������������So yon  don't burn gas up at your house at all!  Dorothy���������������������������Oh. no. Indeed! Every bit  of light we use Is sent by telegraph.���������������������������  Boston Trnapriptk.  Red Snow.  Red snow is' often seen in sprinjr n]  the,head of Alpine glaciers. ��������������������������� Scientist*  used to believe that tbe hue was due ti  the presence of Innumerable tiny red  dish insects, but lt is now known to b<  caused by a microscopical plant wbicl!  is pink when growing and a deep crita  son when'in a state of maturity.  /  Overoatlng,  t  Don't live to eat,  but  eat to Jlr*  Many of our ills aro duo to overeating  to eating the wrog UlAga aad to irre#  alar eating.  ���������������������������\  V y  I   r   1  !sj  'III  li! f  li-.-  |>i;  it)  III.  lii'  ll**1!  llM  I1/*  :Jj.  i.  j I-. .  I !*;  I sr-.  7.  .1  ���������������������������I.  i1������������������,.  T.uu-sclay, January 9. 1913  THE ENDKRJJY PRESS AMU WALKER'S WEEKLY  Statement of the Chairman of School  Board on School Contract.  A number of malicious statements  have been in circulation in Knderl.y  the past few weeks in cop.nic.tioa  with the letting of the ������������������.chjol contract and Mr. Ruttan's asocial ion  therewith. The estatemsnts wt-uld  not have been made it Mr. Uiittan  were on the ground to Ger.irl himself or to explain. The statement is  made by Mr. Johnson and others in  his behalf that Mr. Ruttan's tender  was much higher than that of Mr.  Johnson; also that Mr. Ruitaa's  tender was not in when the oilu'r  tenders were opened; also the cliarga  of "graft" is made in connection  with the $1,500 additiju.il g'ven to  Mr. Ruttan over and -above his original tender for the erection of the  school on the site chosen by the  ��������������������������� ratepayers��������������������������� preference to the si to  by the railway track.  These statements are not, only fills',  "'.and without founlati-.n in fact, but-  .'they clo discredit <'.o tne intelligence  of the men oedd'.in* th.v.r- nl out the  streets. They reflect more upon the  integrity of the Board of School  Trustees, Messrs. Taylor, Fulton and-  Pyman, than upon Mr. Rutt.in. It  is not to the credit of Mr. Johnson.  or anyone else, that they shouil leud.  their voice to spreading sum malicious falsehoods without lirst inaKing  excavating. This amount -.ddert to  Mr. Ruttan's original tender, makes  the cost of the bull Mug under .VIr.  Ruttan's figures just $50, riO. as before stat-id, Mr. Joh-.us-;n's tender,  with th.} cost of plumb'ng, heatiny,  and wiring added, amounted to u ore  than ������������������52,200, and with the $1,500 added for the change in site, vb'-i he  would have ceen entitled 'o ^e satne.  as Mr. Ruttan, the cost 'ncler his  figures would be, as before stated,  $3,700 more than the contract price  of Mr. Ruttan."  HERE TOO !  The name of Sir Richard McBride  is being mentioned in connection with  the office of Agent-General of Canada  in succession to Lord Strathcona.  We are not aware if there is any  foundation for this, or that Sir Richard has any desire to be appointed  to such a position; but we are very  strongly of the opinion that there is  in British Columbia a field of usefulness for which he is eminently fitted  and from which his departure would  be a very serious loss to the Province. We appreciate the fact that  to some people it seems impossible  that a news-a.-er can speak frankly  and without reserve of a public man  some effort to learn from the school  to whom it L,-ves its support; never-  board how matters stood.  theless we  say   without qualification  In the face ef these -Utements it:that therc is no man in public ufe in  rested more upon the Board of School', British Columbia who has the same  Trustees   than    lpon  Mr.  lt ittan to . grasp of its   affairs as has its pres-  set   the   matter    str.v.,r;_t,    und  the  Press representative  interviewed   Wr  Taylor,   chairman    of the  Hiiaro; to  ent Premier, or whose anticipations  for the future are more solidly grounded in fact.     If Sir Richard is offer-  learn the   exact   facts.     M'. Taylor, ed the   post   mentioned, we hope he  oroduced a memorandum showing the will see his  with thanks.  way   clear to decline it  ���������������������������Victoria Colonist.  CITY OF ENDERBY  ELECTION OF MAYOR AND  ALDERMEN  figures of,, the various tenders sub-  emitted "on "the" school. -T.ie tend-jra  were called for . for the school to .be..  erected on the railway track site, as  a basis of arriving at the total cost.  All tenders were submitted in ac-  cordan c*. with the specifications then  in hand' and on the site then believed  by the board to be acceptable.     The      PUBLIC   NOTICE   is hereby given  i.    j v.���������������������������-i++���������������������������,i  ������������������.---���������������������������._-.   tw+o-, ������������������r������������������a   to  the  Electors  of the  Municipality  tender submitted -by Mr. Ruttan was ��������������������������� of fche Cifcy q{ Enderby that j r������������������quir*  the second tender received by the j tne presencc of the said Electors at  Board of School Trustees, Mr. Tay- j the City Hall, Enderby, B. C, on  lor said. There were several tenders _ Monday, the 13th day of January,  received, and- the School Board is: 1913, at 12 o'clock noon for the pur-  prepared to show the figures to any-1 pose of electing persons to represent  one who has    a   reason to be inter-j them' in    the   Municipal  The figures of the unsuccess- -may������������������r and Aldermen,  were not made  puolic  Council as  ested.  ful tenderers  by the Board for the reason that the  unsuccessful tenderers were entitled'  tD this consideration. Each tende-  er, however, had a right ,to know the'  figure at which the contract was let,  and this information was published  in the Press at the time. The  figures  were   then    secured  from the  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follov-s: The candidates shall be nominated in writing;  the writing shall he subscribed by  two voters of the Municipality as  proposer and seconder, and shall be  delivered to the Returning Officer at  any time between the date of this  notice and 2 p. m. of the day of  nomination; the said writing may be  in the form numbered 5 in the Sched-  rilc^f^thir^Munici^al^Eletti^s'^Act;  Board.  "The statement that Mr. Johnson  was lower than Mr. Ruttan,."  said  Mr.    Taylor,    "is  incorrect.  We  will not   take    up the figures of the  *i        * ���������������������������,)���������������������������...,.....     ���������������������������<-    *u..-,  k-._._, -'~^'such candidate; and in the event of a  other   tenderers,    as    they  have not ��������������������������� .  , . ,     .  , ,��������������������������� ,., ��������������������������� . i poll   being   necessary,  such  poll  will  been    brought    into   question.     But, b *" ^  ,               w       T ,         ,    t-    ,���������������������������������������������.    __t.���������������������������: ho opened on Thursday, the 16th dav  here are Mr.    Johnsons hgures:   His >   .   _        .'.'.     _. ���������������������������'  hi 1 was $41,770 for the building alone !  ~He~did_nbt~ tender "on" the "plumbing;  heating or wiring.     We received three  1908, and shall state the names, residence, and  occupation or description  of   each    person    proposed,   in  such  j manner   as    sufficiently    to  identify  of January,  SCHOOL  DISTRICT  OF  NOTICE  ENDERBY.  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  to the Electors of the School District of Enderby, that I require the  presence of the said Electors at the  City Hall, Enderby, B.C.', on Monday  the 13th day of January, 1913, at 12  o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing a person to represent them as  Trustee on the Board of School  Trustees of Enderby, in the place of  Mr. A. Fulton, whose term has expired.  The mode of nomination shall be as  follows: The candidates S.....1 be nominated in writing; the writing shall  be subscribed by two voters of  the School District as proposer and  seconder, and shall be delivered to  the Returning Officer at any time between the date of this notice and 2  p. m. on the day of nomination; the  said writing may be in thei form numbered 5 in the Schedule of the Municipal Elections Act, 1908, and shall  state the names, residence, and occupation or description of each person  proposed, in such manner as sufficiently ������������������to identify such candidate;  and in the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened on  Thursday, the 16th day of January,  1913, at the City Hall, Enderby, of  which every person is hereby required  to take notice and govern himself accordingly.  The qualifications for a person to  he nominated and elected as Trustee  are: That such person- is a householder in the School District, and a  British subject of the , full age of  twenty-one years, and is otherwise  qualified under "The Public Schools  Act, 1905," and amending Acts to  vote at an election of School Trus  tees in the said District.  Given under my hand at the City  Hall,cEnderby, B.C. this 2nd day 6f  January, 1913. -  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Returning Officer.  WIRE FENCING  B. F.  SCOTT,.  Three Pine Ranch,-Enderby  Contracts taken for erection.   Orders  for spring worknow being booked.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is 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.  Xhese Skates are made of the purest  steel, and guaranteed. to last  a lifetime.  BUSINESS   IS RUN  ON A STRICTLY   CASH  BASIS  FyiP Hardware &1  PLUMBINCHEATINGJINSMITHING  Burning Kerosene (Coal Oil)  It Outshines Gas or Electricity  %$&<*>  HERE is an oil-burning lamp which produces a flood of  pure, white light���������������������������more brilliant than gas or electricity  ���������������������������yet wonderfully mellow and easy on the. eyes. _ It is simple,  and safe, clean and noiseless, does not fill the room with obnoxious, unhealthf ul odors. To have abetter lighted home, with an  Aladdin  will ���������������������������clu������������������ll. cost rou nothing.   It will par lot Itself lii lhe oil It n������������������et.   I nn  th������������������ agent for the M������������������ntle Lamp Company of America and am telling you what I  know to be absolu.e facts.    Professor Rogers, of Lewis Institute, Chicago, madr  a comparative test of all the leading oil-burning lamps on the market���������������������������anl the  .,.   .TAIiddiq was found to give the beat light and the most economical to use. But you  don't need to accept these strong statements on my word only.   All I ask it Ihe opportunity to swt  tbem at my own risk.   I will be glad lo Ut you - ������������������;  TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You Buy  I furnish Table, Bracket. Hanging. Wall and Chandelier types of lamps-in fact Aladdin Imm fer erety  purpose. , lust droptnt a post card and aimplysay you are "Mereated. IMIbe gjadtobrinz an AladdinLarwto  ahow you and lw������������������ in feat h������������������ne W������������������ we ������������������ nig*** *>t two, entirely without obligation.   MaU the card today.  BERNARD ROSOMAN, Agent,  Grindrod,.Okanagan Valley, B.C.  The Mantle Lamp Cb: of America, Oh icago, Portland, Dallas, Waterbury,  Montreal and Winnipeg. _  AL Ar."I.)  Get Job Printing at The Walker Prew  1913, at the City Hall.  Enderby,   of--which--every-person-is-  hereby required   to   take notice and  ,     .      _    .,      ,     .. i .     _���������������������������      i govern himself accordingly,  lenders for the plumbing  and heating. I    t.,,��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������ur.r. *,���������������������������-.���������������������������     ���������������������������������������������,;      ��������������������������� *.  1 * j      '    rile Qualifications    for a person to  of      these       tenders j [)C  nominated  and elected  as Mayor  Add this to Mr. John- ��������������������������� are:   That   such   person  and    we have $51,417 I British    subject   of   the  The    lowest  was $9,047.  sen's   tender  Add the cost of wiring to this, which  iVr. Johnson did not include in his  tender, and which is estimated to cost  $8o2, ancl the building complete under  Mr. Johnson's figures would cost us  .$52,200, against Mr. Ruttan's tender of  ������������������44,500 for the building complete.  "We will   now    take  Mr.  Ruttan's , who is othenvise duly qualified as a  tender.       Mr.    Ruttan  was the only * municipal voter.  tender  which    included  everything in !    The  qualifications  for a  person to  ' be nominated and elected  as an  Alderman  are:   That such  person  is a  is a male  full age of  twenty-one years; is not disqualified  under any law, and has been for the  six months next preceding the day of  nomination the registered owner, in  the Land Registry Office, of land or  real property in the city of the assessed value, on the last municipal  assessment roll, of one thousand dollars, or more, over and above any  registered judgment or charge, and  who  accordance with the specifications.  He figured on the building complete,  with plumbing, heating and wiring.  Mr. Ruttan's figures are $48,500, or  $3,749 less than the figure submitted  by Mr. Johnson.  "These figures were all based on  the school being erected close to the  railway track. When the ratepayers  voted in favor of the Sharpe sits,* w<*  took the matter up with the architect," continued Mr. Taylor, ''and  decided that $1,500 was un rquituMe  amount to grant for the additional  'cost .of the building on this uite.  This was for   hauling and additional  male British subject of the full age  of twenty-one years, is not disqualified under any law, and has been for  six months next preceding the day of  nomination the registered owner, in  the Land Registry Office of land or  real property in the city of assessed  value on the last municipal assessment roll, of five hundred dollars, or  more, over and above any registered  judgment or charge, and who ie  otherwise duly qualified as a municipal voter.    .  Given under my hand at the City  Hall, Enderby, B.C., this 2nd day of  January, 1913.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Returning Officer.  8  Turn idle hours into  concrete fence posts  EVFRY farmer finds himself now and then with a few idle  hours in which both himself and his help must look for "odd  jobs" to keep them busy. Use these hours to make concrete  fence posts You can make a few at a time, storing them until needed. I hen  when you want a fence, in thc new field; your posts-everlasting, concrete posts-  are all ready to use. Thc making of fence posts is only one of scores of every-day  uses for concrete on the farm described in the book, ;  "What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete"  NOTE���������������������������This 160 page book will be sent to you free upon request. You do not have to agree  to use cemefn or place yourself under any other obligation, Just send us your name  and address.    Address,  Publicity Manager  Canada Cement Company Limited  51* HERALD BUILDING, MONTREAL  TI THEN you buy cement, rememb?r that the farmers of Canada  W have found that "Canada" Cement is best. Look for the label on  every bag and barrel.  /?:- rcsssss  ���������������������������l***x. I Jl .._._K_;.V^  =n..L��������������������������� ���������������������������.  ..__iL-_Tn-rV..������������������:r-r-  niru*-  THE ENDERBY* PRESS AND WALKER'S" WEEKLY  Thursday, January 9, 1913*  f*333815*^^ Growers Discuss Important  |,ftAnn   WIVQ I Suggestions re. Fruit Marks Act  If       ������������������ lis I a 3s    I  The convention of Fruit Grow-1 the   wedding  ceremony having  , ers of  British  Columbia, which been solemnized at that village.  [.Lot 6, Block 1,  Map 211A [ is being held in  Victoria   B  C   '   0l  '    _.   . V  i   t iicu-mil-   ic  '.lvn-fjU-nhnnrpr  Jilf    m___  l-r>&  P  on  00  rice,  ���������������������������������������������&  Tenirs,   one-half    down,   balance  six find twelve months at G p.c.  ^ i.>. uliii^ Mc... ui   > .v.v...l.������������������. ... ~., one of the pioneers of Biddulph i  | this week, is largely attended and --rownship (Middlesex), Mr. Dagg.  the resolutions discussed contain j1GWGC| ^ farm there J'rom the'  I     .. -.1,    i l,���������������������������i.   ,',.   ������������������(.'     ..>. >-.!���������������������������/-_.W    ii / tf   /".n I a; _         .          ..                         <-i      .   . ���������������������������                    ��������������������������� j.i .   , j 1_ _   t  Almost New House  fin verv  central    .street;  electric  light;   city   wator  and  drainage.  For a Short Time, $1,600  Terms    one-half    down,   balance  six and twelve   months at S p. c.  Lot 60x120  Stable    and    five fruit trees in j  This property rents at !  much that is of interest not only yfrgin" forest,," fighting' with'thei  1: to the growers themselves, but ()thev pjoneGrs  0f the township'  also  to the consumers   ot   the ^ |,aLtle-of civilization against.  ; prairie provinces. t-ne gigantic pines and maples of.  Several important petitions to. the forest.    In the Fenian Raid i  . the government are embodied in 'of '66 he shouldered his rifle and  Isome of these resolutions.   The' marched to the front for the pro-;  | text of these is as follows : lection of home'and country.       j  !    ].   That   the   government be.    While a boy in his'teens he!  respectfully requested to afford :was one of those who helped to I  -facilities for lending money at a-})Ujicj   the   original    Borough's'  ���������������������������low rate of interest to farmers bridge at London.   Prominently,  i;and settlers for the purpose of identified with the advancement!  j\ clearing land foi'agricultural and 0f the township of Biddulph and!  !!horticultural purposes. i0f Middlesex,  he is one of the;  2.   That the tariff on American ' best known men, not only of the!  fruit entering Canada should be section of this country, but of the;  at least as high as the American j entire Western Ontario peninsula. ���������������������������  tariff on fruit grown in Canada;For the past few years Mr. and!  and exported to the United States' Mrs Dagg have been residents oi.:  .,   ..-,   i     i   ,.r,���������������������������. ,un ,inHj. A���������������������������!the town of Kincardine, and left1  -c/iJtX yy^������������������XZ\^ *��������������������������� in Biddulph to reside)  ! United States is 25 cents per box jnere- --    ;  -    - - o>and the duty on American apples j    Now after a lifetime of noble:  "Mi-men of j-'VC.t and f St. George/:; entering Canada is only 13 cents j usefulness in the pioneer npbuild-  ' J' '- '-"��������������������������� jpei; box it is necessary for the'ing of his country, he has a rich  I wei fare of ihe fruit business of \ fund of stories and tales of pio-  British ' Columbia   that   recom-jneer happenings and incidents,  mendation Lj made to the domin-'. Gifted with an excellent and un  hearing.  J??.. 00 per  per cent  Price,    ?!  month,    and   pays  10  on    Lho    investment.  fin.00. Terms, . one-  third    dwn,   balance    six    and  twelve months at C  per cent.  Valler Robinson  lii.LL BLOCK.   KNORRBY  TiK CHURCHES  Sundav Scrvices-8 a.m., Holy Communion:" IL a.m., Morning Prayer;  7:30 p.m.,  Evening Prayer.  RlflV. M.  F. HILTON,  Vicar.  I.NDI.RHY  .METHODIST  CHURCH  Sunday Services-Divine Worship at  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  |_pv.-orth' League;    Thursday,  8  p.m.,  - Prayer Meeting-   A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship' with us.  J.BV. J. G. 13110 WX, M.A., Pastor.  IMtKSHYTKRIAN 'CHURCH  St.   Andrews  iiiv.iiuu.jp/ii   * ' ~   ..._*_iw   _--    w..v    v.~ v.^ . l _._���������������������������_.     ., .w..    _.--        .  ion govtrr:ivont pointing out the \ impaired memory he delights in  necessity ol'increasingtheprcsentj entertaining _ his gra  ��������������������������� aining   ins grandchildren  import duty en fruit. I with the stirring tales of pioneer  . "4." That a strong effort should | days,  be made to stop the dumping of  American fruit on the Casadian  Market ancl that the rigid, en  forcement of  the Fruit Market  act should be insisted upon. .  5.   That   the  government   be!  Mr. Dagg is a staunch and!  enthusiastic Orangemen,.a mem-;  ber of the Anglican Church andj  an old-time Conservative.     t      !  ���������������������������    .j    _..,������������������_   u,c  s.,.iiuu_ii.   ^.    The union, consummated over!  -    ,      ������������������    ��������������������������� oc  H-nm   and 7-30! petitioned to build cold storage j-three score years ago, has been |  Sunday **���������������������������c^������������������-���������������������������:X������������������m'-uri frostproof warehouses in a'blessed with five sons and toui-j  V,1-; IrTTvZ^n   t^ dumber of tne centres on  the 'daughters, 25 grandchildren andj  ri,v. B, (.ami-llll, I astoi., ^ ^^ ^ ^-^ ^^, i3 gl.fiatgrandchildrcn   The sons'  first raptjst church       ; and distributed at a small charge. , are: Jamesof British Columbia, ���������������������������  sundav  -' services-Sunday   school, j . o.   That    the    transportation  ' committee of the Fruit Growers'  association should endeavour to  arrange either directly with the  the express companies or through  10 a.m.; regular -service, 3:30 p.m.;  Prayer service, Wednesday,. 7:30 p.m.  ���������������������������'���������������������������    "  KKV. ri. G.  STEWART, Pastor.  John of Bervie, Harry, William of;  Western Canada, and Robert of j  Kincardine. The daughters are: i  Mrs. Chas. Hall and Mrs. Omar-j  VVestall of Kincardine, Mrs. Wai  Listen! You will  find the best that  is in shoes in our  store .  Shoes and Gloves you must have.  When your toes and finger tips are cold  you shiver all over.  : Our shoes vill stand the strain of busy  feet. You can also "keep busy" in our  shoes, because they are "comfort" shoes.  The "corn doctor" won't get you if you  vear our shoes.  Our shoci.are also trim and  stylish;  they won't   make  your feet  look like a  pair of canvessed hams.  ������������������Bu\'fng our shoes von't eat a big hole  in'your pocketbook either.  ......    SLATER  SHOES  FOR  MEN  EMPRESS SHOES-. FOR LADIES _  Enderby Trading Coo, Ltd,  WANT-A  SSiEBSS2Bssmn8S^^'Wsa^3S^  Dollar Doublers  Our C'&balflod Want Ado. are  real dollar doublor*. In shoe  lotither and nervous enorgry th������������������ey  will cave you many times th������������������lr  tmo.ll cost by bringing to your  door what you require, wh������������������th������������������r  It bo efficient holp, a dostrsAI*  borrower for surplus cash, * pc-  "iltlon-or-a-doiriKstlc    -    --���������������������������  A most convincing: and ln������������������������������������-  ncnolvo proof would be to try a  W&tt Ad.  )rmaniesor ,nruuyn     ���������������������������----,������������������������������������������������������_-  , ,,'     T  c.���������������������������-.i_  the railway commission  or  thelgell o   Huron and Mrs. J. Smith  ! government, that express rates Saskatoon, bask.  land  facilities be arranged or a  1 parcel post system be introduced  ���������������������������which will enable the grower to  ship directly to the consumer,  thereby benefitting both.  j    C.  That the time has arrived  jwhen   express   through    trains  I or cars attached to express trains  should be run for the rapid handling of perishable fruit.  H.  That  the   C.   P.   and   the  Dominion  Express company be  --urgecl.-to_pro_v.ide nroncr ware-  "^houses to protect fruit handed to j  them for conveyance, which fruit;  is now left in the open both upon j  receipt, transfer, and delivery.    ;  OF    CANADA.  Paid-Op Capital. Bcswvc rmid $g,i75_Q00  ..nd lliidlviil-il i'rolits (Over) ^l*   "������������������v"  Total Assets (Over)    $03,000,000  STOP  DO  VOU  KNOW THAT YOU CAN BUY AN ACRE LOT RIGHT IN THE  CITY;  GOOD  GARDEN  SOIL;  A VERY SMALL PAYMENT DOWN -  BALANCE MONTHLY,   SPREAD  OVER    SEVERAL    YEARS,   SO  '     THAT YOU WILL   HARDLY MISS IT ?  SEE  US.    WE WILL EXPLAIN  ua  FATHER OE   JAS.  DAGG   DEAD  ��������������������������� IM tf H   ������������������   ���������������������������������������������"'���������������������������������������������,  awsrosszBaa  In the death on Sunday, of Mr.  Richard  Daggrat' his-residence  on Alice street, Kincardine loses  not only its oldest citizen but also  .a man who was held ill high es-  i <���������������������������������������������.->ni i.u [hose who  rSystemMicaHy  Haphazard, occasional saving  seldom accomplishes muck.    ]t's  the   steady,   persistent,   regular  depositing'of *��������������������������� -many dollars a {  week, or'month, or season, in the j  Union  Bank  of  Canada,  which |  makcRone fuuniciallyiiulependent. j  The money accumulates nllthe i  more rapidlv, too.'because of the" j  Interest wliich   is   added   every  six' months.  Try it.  Enderby, British Columbia  i ��������������������������� 'i'  i toom bv those who knew  him, * ... n ��������������������������� nunip-rir ._������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  i says the Kincardine Review. Mr. ��������������������������� Enderby Branch,   W. D. C, CHRISTIE, Manager  2c per sSiL-af;  out hny l^w   juuj    j,asse{|    the   allotted I '    I  timotiiy iiay for (erm 0f three score years and ten ;  by nearly twenty-five years, and  to him death came as it were but  a peaceful sleep. The funeral was  Shfvtf Wheal  '..aili'.i,  ?m  per  tun;  timotiiy  hay  .-ale.      ^.   Munloek,   Crindrod  cai'dine cemetery.  TIT   CI.KAN'KI)   &   I'llESSEH-Now   , JW��������������������������� ��������������������������� _,    ��������������������������� tin- time  Lo   {,'��������������������������������������������������������������� it dune.  Orders held on  Wednesday to the Kin  promptly    executed.        Rosoman   &  Cildemei'rftpi-,    ladies'   tailoring  and  DressniiikinK    Parlors,    ClilT  street,  next  .1. W. Kvan.i & Son's.  intr a specialty.  LONDON, ENG., KRANCIK,]  St TSrrcnrtiiccillc SI., E.C.  F. VV. ASH*:, - - Manujier.  <S. M. C. HAKT SMITH,   Assistant M������������������r.  ".Just(>4 years ago yesterday  Repair-  Mr. DairR and Airs. Richard Dagg  of th'ijvown now 00 and 90 years  ���������������������������  - -   respectively, were wedded in the  fc'OK SAM-:���������������������������Alfalfa hay, second crop; [village ol! LtlCail  jiisL the tiling for dairy fewl;- loose.  Also a laf.ue number of pifts  NOTICE  Sealed  tenders   will be received by  Lhc undersigned  up to  Jan.  15,  1913,  noon,   for the    clean-clearing of fifty  acres     of    land    on   the Tl. F. Dale  place,  near  Enderby,   commencing at  Though  it  is   four  years since  a point near    the log cabin, 100 feet  'yol,nBithe diamond   anniversary of that'from river front,    thence to the nor-  Hows   and   Berkshire boar.     AI>I)ly I bedding    was    celebrated,     the'thorn boundary of said property, and  Stepney Farm, Enderby. couple, who have by two decades i working wost of said line.  and   more passed   the prescribed1!    Tender may be in 25-acre blocks or  three   score   and  ten,   are still: for whole.  actively interested in the world |   aii marketable   wood will have to  about them and appreciative of;be cut   into   four-foot   lengths and  the joy of life and action. piled; tender to include price for cut-  It was 0.1 March 21. 1848, that; ting and piling per cord.  Richarv Dagg. a young Irishman j    The-lowest   or    any tender not ne-  who had come to Canada whUejccssnniy M^\  still a youth, took as  his bride H- ��������������������������������������������� ^ ar    VAg nt.  MissKlizabeth Culbert, of Lucan,     Knderby, b. g��������������������������� Dec, i,th, 1012.  80 ACRES good unimproved Und suitable    for   mixed   farming;  1-,  ir-ilw  from Enderby  174 ACUIiJS, with house, barn and si_ few acres   cleared; 2 miles from En-  85 ACRES, with good "six-roomoj house;" Bmorr'stnbie" nnd" out-buifrtliigsT"  12 acres cleared, with small orchard.  Several. one-acre lots inside city  limits.  ���������������������������Tlresc properties are for Bale on vcy easy terms by���������������������������  H. W. Harvey  Real  ISstate Broker.  Agont  Po������������������t Office Block, Enderby  Fire and Life Insurance.  FOR SAI.I,>-|riasolihe engine and  wood sawing outfit. Will take half  of payment in wood. H. Greyell,  ..nderby*.  WAXTI'lL'���������������������������Sound young horse, well  lii-oken; ten to fifteen hundred, for  delivery wagon. State price. Ad-  (V-oi-k ('.,   l!'nderby  Press.  Wanted���������������������������Cream  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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