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 IS  "f_|  -���������������������������fl  m  m  Enderby, B. C,   February 27. 1913  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 5; No. 52; Whole No. 261  Enderby News Briefly Told of  I Antilla���������������������������would    at times be lost be-  ; tween the legs of the Armstrong big  First Interest to Local Readers: iMys'buttheygenerallymamiseclto  ��������������������������� squeeze out of the tight places with  W. Mansell left for Hammond, B.C.  Tuesday evening.  Frank Fravel left on a visit to  Vancouver this week.  Ex-Mayor George Bell came in  from the coast Wednesday morning.  John Gosscn    is   now enjoying the  pleased  with the possibilities of En-jthe puck.   And    no   matter how big  derby and   district   and hopes to see  their    opponents   were,    the    "kids"  City Council Decides to Purchase  the Williams Site for Cemetery  A meeting of the City Council was mittee to look   for   a    suitable site  held  last   Monday   evening.   All the and learn prices,  more of it on   his   return from Cali-.were never afraid to tackle them and j aldermen   were   present;    absent  the An application    from Thos.  Robin-  fornia at a later date.  PI.  W.  Harvey   completed his 1200-  istay    with     the   puck.      The     first,Mayor. ' ,son for   a   sidewalk   to his home on  .twenty    saw   some   fast playing but j    Alderman  Worthington   was elected  the hill was read, and the clerk  was  cord wood contract with the city of  nobody   scored.        In     the     second  _,   . .twenty    Jack   McMahon    shot     two             Vernon on    Saturday    last,  when he ^  foj.  ^.^   ^   .,Bkookum���������������������������  pleasures of sea bathing in Honolulu.  ]������������������a������������������f ������������������ie    1208th    cord.     This cen- Antma onCj whQe M   McCallum shot  m"   i     n              ��������������������������� i_ ��������������������������� i- 4.     -ii  tract was cleaned    up most satisfac-          .        .       , -,.,.,.,  Taube the    eyesight specialist will.,..,,- one for    Armstrong. In    the third  i-     4-   a    nr.r. r. '   ^ 4. ,.-         a  4-  itonly to all  parties    concerned,  anl ,       .     ������������������,.-   0       ,, ,   .           ,,  lie at A. Reeves   drug store on Sat-J                 ���������������������������..,,. twenty Cliff   Greyell shot    another  to the chair.  instructed to   reply, that the Council  urday.  The Enderby Seniors will play the  Salmon Arm team to-night on the  Enderby- ice.  Blanchard & English are this week  j has .meant   the    cleaning up of'many  piles on the   bush    ranches    close tD  goil for t'-e home team, and thus the  . town.  Evangelistic services are bein<r con- Armstrong  tinued in the    Methodist ch irch this jj   Freeman  unloading  a   car." of    iron  beds and i!voek;     Rev- R- J- McTntyre, of Rev- M- McCallum  mixed furniture.  Manager F. S. Stevens, of tbe Okanagan Saw Mills,   Ltd., is absent on  a business trip to the coast.  l)r. and Mrs. Campbell, of Eastern  Ontario, were visitors of Mr. and  iMrs. Ed. Forrester this week.  A general meeting   of the Northern i  game en'ied with tin score 4-1 in favor of Enderby.      Following line-up  At. the conclusion-of the reading.of  Could not see its Wa>' clear to Srant  the minutes the regular order of busi-  the rei:lll0st at this time,  ness was dispensed with to hear MrJ    Ald-  Worthington    was elected act-  Agnew,   of the   firm  of Cummings &  inS mayor.  Agnew,   civil    engineers   ,of    Vernon,  clsto'rc,   and    a   former pastor here,  rj   Horrcx  will preach on Thursday and Frid-y y?,:, Emke  evenings.   It is - quite    provable that q_   Campbell  Mr! Mclntyre will   remain over Sun   r - Wilson  day ancl  will   conduct both- morning  q    Watson  Goal  _ Point  O.Point  Rover  L.Wine-..  who layed before the Council the purposes of the firm.       They had established their head .office in Verncn," he  ,. < nt ei jy sa[c]> aml  were preparing to take in  S   G re en  hand all of    the    civil engineering of  B. HassTd  F.  Pearson  Provincial Estimates  the Valley towns.     They proposed to !,-,���������������������������.     "    ,,.  . _ ,    ,_.  ,, , -..*,.    Ellison,    Minister   of    Finance  A.  Antilla  C. Greyell  J.McMahon'  do the work on a commission basis  and were prepared to make estimates'  and  superintend  all -work undertaken  by any.;.of   the ~ Valley towns.      Mr.  Centre  R WinT        P    Mowat  and evening services. . |  -Tn tn8.earao with. Salmon'Arm E.\A*T\  *���������������������������\-**r^*T*-   ?f   '^bl.ic  I .works handled bv them to s^ow their  E. B. Dill returned   from the coast  C.rant played goal   for    Enderby, R.   fitness ^ th(j work proooscd/'      ,  en Sunday    last   where hc was on a Rut-tan   cover    point,    E. Thompson  Victoria, B. C, Feb. 26.���������������������������The Provincial estimates were laid -before the  House _this   week   by the Hon. Price  By  week's purchasing trip  in connection  rover,   W.    Faulkner    right  wing,  F.  Aid.  Blanchard    was    appointed   to  TZT     Z    c7    in   %T rVlth'th0 bllsi"ess he ������������������"d his brother'Pearson Point, A. Antilla centre, and ,ta" th] ,mat er, ������������������P ) 'th these gentle-  he h.ld  in.thc City    Hall.  Saturday, c   G     ^ leffc wi men and lay before the Council at its  Mchlst,at2;p.m.      - ^      T������������������ Dm Mothers have bought'" ��������������������������� inext meeting-a detailed-statement o^  Denver Shannon is. growing. I-Ie is outright the "stock, busker and  now assisting Jim Greer in improv- l property ,of Evans & Son> and con.  ing and    beautifying    the English in  template the erection o? an addition-  thc office of the Slocan Record  Mr.     and     Mrs.    Richardson,   Old  Country friends    of Mr. and Mrs. A.  F. Crossman, who have been visiting  them some    days,   left for the coast' groceries,  this week  MARA MASQUERADE BALL  The masquerade ball given in the'  al business block in connection with Mara Hall last Friday evening by the '  the block now occupied. ' They ar? Musical & Athletic Association, was '  placing in   stock  -all the latest lines  a hls,e SUCcess.     Many attended from  what thcy   were   prepare!  to undertake for the city.  Aldermen Teece and Grant reported  on the proposed cemetery site placed  before the Council   at its last meet-  these estimates"   it is noted that the"  estimated revenue for 1913-14_ is .$10,-_  326,085.05,"   "this   being "a decrease of"  .$51,745.61   from    the   estimated  reve-"  nue for 1912-13.     This decrease is ex-'  plainabie   in   the ''abrogation of the  poll tax and other reductions'in-the  contributions - of    the   people to the  finances of the country.  It is the policy of the Government  to' forecast its resources at thc minimum and its expenditures at the  maximum. Last year showed an excess of revenue over estimates under  certain heads of $2,793,755, and a  shortage in a few    items of $240,000,  ing.      The    site    consisted    of  eight Heaving a net excess o'f about $2,553,-  treatment at the    hands of the Mara  they will be taught in semaphore an i  specialist.  Dick Blumenauer,    who   played the Morse 8ignnUin-   telephone'and telc-  _dev_Ul____t_^^^  office  when the   shine was somewhat layin��������������������������� out of   camo    Qn(1  ambulatl~  dimmed  in    the    Silvery    Slocan,  is;work.     It   is    Dron(,scd  to Rl,.e thr  now     night    operator     at     Smelter boys thoir    first   Scort Camp cxper  J,mctl0n- once, when    thcy   hope to he able t  Mayor J.    L.   Ruttan is on a trip enjoy ft few weeks   ln the vlcinJty .,  to Fort Fraser    to   put his business Mabel Lake, camued    under the regu  there into shape so as to enable him lations governing military camp life  to devote his entire   time to his En-  obtainable in   gents'  furnishings anl   Enderby   and all report the finest of  aCrGS 0WnCtl 1)y   G' L' Williams- and  608.     Turning   to    expenditures,  the  located just cast of the smaller site'original appropriations amounting to  suggested by Mr. Brown, one mile $11,035,390 were added to in the sup-  northeast of Enderby and some dist- plementary estimates by $716,505,  ance of! thc Mara-Enderby road. Mr. making a total appropriation for the  Teece stated thcy hal visited- the year of $11,752,095. Of this amount,  property, and, while they were not however, only $11,368,767 was act'.'al-  able to make a close inspection on ly expended, or but $353,377 in excess  account of the deep snow, he believed   of the original appropriations.  -Ph i s=y ea r^l he==gross=totSl=*cf "rnftf^  ���������������������������          .   ���������������������������                                              ,    Scoutmaster   Campbell and  his as- peonlc, with    solcndid music and the  Bernard  Rosoman  left for  Victoria sistancC)   are    prBpar,nj?    for a bllsy 1)Cst r.f   refreshmenta.       Upwards   of  on  Saturday    with    his   infant child Jperiod    in    Scout   work  this season. $100 was   the   sum   taken   in at the  and its   nurse      lhe    child is to belln al.ditlon to the regular work the door.     The   costuming   of the char-  placed  under the    care of a  ;urgi-;al  boys haVe a]ready hnfj expcrience in_ acters reI)reSented   was very cleverly  derby    interests    as   soon  spring work opens.  as  the  it���������������������������\vas_q u ite_.su i table- f nr_ th ejiii i:p.G������������������o__  Interest in thc local curling competition-is-at a-   very-low-ebb."The  ,,,.     ,        ,-,    ,       .        .....    ,       fi������������������al  .schedule    has not yet  been  fin-  Mrs.  Jas.   Boyd,    whose littic boy  . ,   ,   ,,       ,   ,,    ,    ,.  .iin,i i,Uf ...������������������������������������i,      i    .     t     ���������������������������  i ���������������������������    .,    iished, though the leading r nk of the  died last week and was buried in the' . ,,,   ,  ,        , 4. ,    4.    m      i       I season is now settled.     The ice con-  Lnnsdown     cemetery   last    Tuesday,-,. ,    ,   ,    ,, ,  ,,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,���������������������������    , ������������������������������������������������������     .   .   .     ,,     ...     ...   I tunics good, but   the schedule games  herself succumbed  to  thc  fatal  white,,,, ,   ,   .   . .       , b  aie not being   played with any regularity.       Thc    standing of  the  rinks  serv,n*������������������'-  is as follows:     Scott, 10 up, 4 down; ���������������������������  Mr.  A. W. Wylie    has taken charge  Macki 8 up. 5   (lown.    Ke|th( 6 up; G  of tbe sales   department of the Oka- ! down; Williams, 6 up,  6 down;  John-  plague on   Monday evening, and was  buried on Tuesday afternoon.  done, and the judges had a very  difficult task to award the prizes.  ThY=pi"d1!e==^ifnfcrs=^Wi^^rs"7ol lowsf*  Best    dressed    lady,    Miss     Florie j    AJcl-     Grant   spoke   along    similar  mated    expenditure   is  $17,838,266.11,  Smith, as a cow girl. ilines.     Hc   roughly   estimated      the  as against $16,270,001.09 provided by  Best dressed-gentleman, Terry Cox,  cost. of clearing    tbe land and  fil'.im Parliament last year, and increase of  \s toreador. (for an approach  would be $1,500. Thc  $1,56S,265.02.  Best    comic    costume,   Fred  Dcan.Pi'^e put upon the land was $1,000.   ,    Thc Public Works' vote this year is  as clown. |    At this juncture a letter was  read'increased    from   $8,236,363 to 59,682,-  The floor manager was Mr. Bennett  fl'om Mr. Geo. Brown offerin���������������������������; to dis-   600, an advance   of almost a million  who made things lively in tl:e square l)ose of t-1,ree acres    facing the Mara-  and   a   half.       Roads,    bridges    and  dances Thc-music was supplied-by-knderby.. wagon. _  Most _of_ the_land , wharves- absorb- $5,961,500,-of -which���������������������������  Cyril  Rosoman  and  Arthur  Holland, jhad been    plowed,   and    there was a'amount   the    Okanagan  district  will  who are well-known as first-class mu- small    building    on    tho    placc.   The  receive $260,000;  works and  buildings  sicinns.     Supper was served in quick  I)ric:" P������������������t "Pon the land was $1,000.      will  receive $3,445,000.  style, there being heaps of everything!    Aldermen   Teece    and    Grant   said      Outstanding    features   of these  a')-  to cat and no time was wasted in the  they  had    looked    over this  piece of  prop-nations    arc:    $500,000    for    the  land also.       It   was nicely situated,   new  wings of the    Parliament Ilullil-  'hut they did    not    believe there  was  ings;  $75,000    for   a new adniinlstra-  ANOTHER BUSINESS OH A NO IS    | more than   an    acre nnd a half that   tion   block   in    Victoria; $250,000 for    ^:was j,lgn cnol,f,i, for the purpose, the  erecting  the    new    13.   0.   building in  nagan Saw Mills, Ltd., as sales man-ist0ne, 6 up, 6 down; Murphy. 4 up, Tlie sLocIc niul lni������������������illl-,ss of thc Pol- \ balance, they believed, was too low London; .$25,000 for a court house at  ager, the position previously held by J 7 uown; pv'mcCi 4 UPi' 6 (lown; 'Tayloi'. son Furniture Co., was this week, and wet. Qucsnel; .$465,000 for cjmpletion of  Mr. Lewis. Mr. Jas. Thorpe has 3 11P| c clown Mack has one more taken ovcr hy ftressi'S- Blanchard &\ After bric'i'ly discussing the m-it.t-.-r the courthouses at Vancouver, Ver-  heen placed on the books vacated by game to play, Keith, Williams and E,1Slish- The purchasers have long it was decided to decline the offer. non and Revelstoke; $25,000 for' Gov-  Mr. Schmidt. Johnstone 2 more; Murphy 3 more; 1)CCn in business in Enderby, as cab-j Aldermen Teece and Grant, thc ernment buildings in the Nicola Uis-  Rev. Mr. Fstabrook delivered a Prince 4 more and Taylor 5 more. ' .inet milkers, undertakers, and con- committee on cemetery site, recrm- trict; $100,000 for Provincial build-  sermon that will long be remembered i tractors,  and  they   are very popular  men led the purchase   of thc William!- ings at Prince Rupert; $25,000 for the  by all who had the pleasure of hearing it, last Sunday   morning,  in the  INTERMEDIATE   HOCKEY  Baptist   church,    on  the  occasion  of     T,le C������������������y Scouts   hockey team  (the  the   Knights    of    Pythias    observing  their annual church-going.  with  all  classes.     Mr.  English some'site,  provided   it    was ac.-ept.uble  to   Industrial    School    for  Girls;  $30,000  years ago, had an extensive furniture   the Provincial Board of Health. for improvements   in   the New West-  business here, but had the misfortune ;' The clerk was instructed to take minster land registry; $215,000 to-  Enderby Intermediates) have the ma-jof being caught in thc Hutchison ' the necessary steps to complete the wards completion of the Mental Hn������������������-  terial for one of the fastest teams in | block  fire, where    the Union Bank  is '' purchase. , pital at Coquitlam;   $150,000  for the  It costs in thc neighborhood of 14c the Valley. They went to Salmon , located. Both gentlemen are experi-j Aid. Hartry introduced the ques : Central Prison Farm; $100,000 for the  a pound on the hoof to lay beef cat-jArnl last- Saturday and captured the I enced dealers .in this line of business j tion of the purchase of a site for a | new Provincial gaol near .Victoria;  tie down in Enderby at the present | scalps of the intermediates of the sis-[and will rapidly develop the business I dumping ground. As chairman of the [ $100,000 for the Normal -School'ut'  time.   Geo.  R.  Sharpe returned from | ter town    by   a   score    of 4-2.     On  taken over to accommodate tbe need   health  committee    he   recognized   the! Victoria;   $500,000  for  the  Provincial  Calgary the past    week with another , Monday evening   they played the in  carload of A 1   beef   cattle.     He re- j termediates of Armstrong on the En-  ports    the    steady    advance  of beef-  derby ice.       The visitors outweighed  stock prices.  D. S. Walker,   after   a visit of sev-  the locals 2 to 1, but the locals outplayed the    visitors 4 to 1.     It was  of the locality. 'usclessness of    asking the citizens of j University ( a    re-vote)  and  $200,000  T.   Crossley   Poison,   under    whose  the town to clean up without having'for   organization,    etc.,   as    distinct  management    the    Poison    Furniture some place, where, the refuse could be ��������������������������� from    building;    $300,000 for  Songhes  Co.   has  operated,   contemplates  con-.disposed of.       He   also urged that u j Reserve  improvements,   etc.  tinning    in   thc   implement business, ; regular system    of scavenging should ;    Public schools throughout the Pro  eral weeks    in    Enderby,  leaves this [ rare sport to    see   the little  fellows | now handled    by   him in the Poison   lie adopted. j vince are estimated to cost (from the  week  for the  coast,  returning thence (put it over the    big ones.     Some of'implement    house,  next to the Opera     O"  motion  of    Aid.  Blanchard  andj Works  Department standpoint)   $550.-  to    Beattie.       Mr.    Walker is much   the smaller boys���������������������������notably "Skookum' < House. ,'Graiit, Aid. Hartry was made a com-' 000 during   tbe    year  m  v������������������  .-"VSl  --"-II  xm  -ikft  ZtpA  I THE KNDERBY PRESS AN!) WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 27,'1913  I7MFM7  NDERBY PRESS  ,ip-i .i'  i.i-  by a large majority nf the ratepayers  ���������������������������in fact*, there were vi ry few property owners not* on the neiirion. It  wa.- ]><;i;*tf.l out in i-iMwrtii n with  '.he piMit.ion that it was not the de  sin.- of Lhe Hoard of Trade to have  ihis nmr-unt, or any amount, of the  .-���������������������������pedal rate so raised turned over to  the Hoard, but that lhc amount be  set apart just as other current revenue i.s appropriated, for publicity  work, tli be at. all times at the disposal   of  Lhe    City   Council,   anl   that    thi;  Council    and    a    Board  of Trade  A   petition   is    in    circulation    this   Committee should act together in the  week  as.-unt; the  Government to open   handling  of all   publicity work,  they  MORBUS   SAIil.ATK.TS  . c; >.     I n ,r-d;i\   ,.-  I > i'.u . i.v 1 In- '������������������\ ii':.  l;:i!i-'    Ti-an.-n'i :.  '   i' p .(I'll    -'llz-i'lili !.!  : ', i-i... :-l an iimli i i  ������������������������������������������������������ii-!���������������������������     !'ji ;-. lii.i' iii--: i.i  .i>-i .i ifiit m -ri ;inn.  N iUi-i- ni'il I iii-:ii-'   '���������������������������' i'  FEBRUARY lT.   1W1:.  SiK/HT  UOAD TO  IlKKI' (Mll^KK  (Sunday   Sickness)  Tt  is very bad to see the prevalence  of this   illness,    which    is    becoming  more and  more    serious as  it decimates  the  ranks    of society.      The  at-;  tack  comes  very    suddenly  upon   one  each  Sunday.     Xo symptams arc ob- _  served    on    Safirlay   night;  the patient sheps well,  wakes  well,  and  on-j  Sunday morning eats a  hearty break- '  fast.     The attack begins to come on  towards  church    time    and  continues j  with varying, degrees of severity until i  the  services  , are    over.        As  dinner !  ICslalilishi'J   1S17  Capital,  $10,000,000 Rest,   $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon.  Lord  Strathcona and Mount Royal G.  'J. M-. Q.  President, il. B.  Angus,  Esq.   Vice-Presiuc:. ?H.  V. Meredith  BKAWHtiS IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW   YORK and  CHICAGO.  " SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received  from ?1 upwards, and  interest allowed  at current rates.  Interest credited 30th  dune and 31st December.  '���������������������������.'NDERBY BRANCH A.  B.   Taylor,   Manager  d  the -time   approaches   the   patient  rapidly  a  truiiK    road    to    connect   the  Deep  to  decide    upon    the    policy and  with    the    Salmon  Arm .work to be    undertaken, nnd the car-   recovers, grows unite easy, and again  Cr.'i'k roa-1  road, at a point  and a half north  petition  has been  the  a    mile  or  of   Knderby.      The  numerously signe i  miii;  ���������������������������"It  rying out of the work to he in the cats a hearty meal. Tn the after-  bauds of a paid publicity commission- n������������������on he has quite recovered and en-  rr,   working    under    the   direction   of  J������������������-vs  himseir   or    herself,  as  the case  by tbe settlers directly interested as  well as tiie business m;n aud citizens  Ktaerallj* of Enderby and district.  The distance between these two roads  thc Council.  It. is interesting to see that thc  Board of Trade of Vernon has taken  up with the  Vernon    Council the car-  is not more than four miles, and the ryim? out of a similar scheme there,  grade for the proposed road to cen- ��������������������������� ]l1 submitting thc matter to the  nert them is said to ! e easily ob- Vernon Council the chairman of the  "tainable. In fact, a settlers' road'"nance committee of  has already    been   built by .the Gov-  Board  of Trade said:  the      Vernon  .may be, accordingly. Tea is enjoyed  but about church time, sad to say, a  relapse is noticed, the symptoms develop with alarming rapidity and  continue  again   until  evening services  * are over, and then there is no return of this insidious disease until  the following- Sunday. A study of  thc  disease has brought  to light the  two    miles  of  the dis-i    "v>'c    feel    that    the    city  has now   following facts:  1. It never makes its appearance  except on Sunday.  2. Though the symptoms vary,  they never interfere with sleep or appetite.  :    3.   It   never    lasts    more    than 24  ernment    for  t.ince.      It is  what is now known as  reached the point where a permanent  the    Glen    Mary    road.       This  road , secretary,   or  in  other  words,  an  in-  couid  quite-   easily    be  widened  to  1G ' chistrial    commissioner    is  an  actual  feet,  and to    continue it for the two- necessity.      Other  towns  are  putting  miles lying    he-two.n    its eastern ter-  forth  every  effort tj  attract new in-  mimir-oand  the western terminus of a;dustries anrl settlers, and we think it  "'branch  of  the Deep    Creek road  n.w'is patent to every  one-, that thc lack   hours,  in orerauon  would  require but little!of Payrolls,   which   is   at present so j    4-    rt VCI\V   often   attacks tbe bead  cost compared  with the  great beneiit I apparent,    is   thc  Greatest  hindrance   ������������������f thfi    family    more  frequently  than  the short road would be to tbe Deer.-10  thc city's ffrov/th.     *   *     *     The  tllG children.  Creek  settlers  veloping    land  Creek  and   the  __fndcrby-__._iln.on   Arm  read.  This is what is known as the Glen  Mary bench lands, which are proving  to be some of'the best lands in the  Valley for all . kinds of deciduous  fruits, vegetables, etc. The development of this favored'section of the  district would mean much to knderby and 'would add greatly r.-i the output  of    the    Valley.       There  are at  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one.of  finest brick hotels in the country. "Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his .  hotel the King Edward. In addition to ' the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from l.owery's Lixljro.)  and    the   settlers de-  services    of    a   callable  man arc relying     between   Dee.; :f-l������������������ired    to    present   our    advantages  and to secure for us, if possible,  cheaper freight rates, better service  from the. railroads,    new    and more  ii. It nearly always, if not cured,  brings about a fatal ending���������������������������to tbe  soul.  G. Tlie best remedy for it is a regular habit    of    church    attendane on  ; varied industries and a fair share ot. Sunrl_ays.  the capital and settlers which are ex-      7-   T,]e  practice    of  religion  is  the  'fleeted"to pour    into   Uritish Coluni-  on]y known    antidote that will effec-  bia in thc next    tew vears.      As the   tually work a or re.  K!  ������������������������������������������������������ he  wa  lei  P. H. MURPHY  y Proprietor  leroy  nL������������������_E3Jr>,.  r5  ���������������������������& a  alas, . a (Urease which is  |results obtained irom  the-services-of      ^   -^ "���������������������������"���������������������������  ia commissijner will be to the benefit  ^readin--,    and   >    sweeping    away  iof "every    resident    and   ratepayer of   thousands every   year to a condition  i " x> , O  'the   city,   we    think thnt   the-  most  of speedy spiritual destruction.���������������������������Cbm-  least 25 . settler's    directly V,enelUtc;l Icquitablc method    of provi ling funds , municated.  by the proposed  short road",  and'the;1-0  meet Uic  necessary  expenditure  is |    ="     --      ~rr-rr=zr^rr===7===������������������====   country   between   Glen   ?uary  and   the ; 'W  a slight    increase    in  the general!  Deep  Creek  valley    offers homesteads   c"x lcv>'-     Wc   do    not ask that the.  moneys so  provided shall l*e in the  recently had a:i f control of the Board of Trade; this  months ago  Mr. !ca"  "������������������ worked    out   by a joint com-  vour    Council     and    the  to many more not yet located  Glen    Mary    has  awakening.      Some  A.  \V.  Ilarnnm    purchase 1 the SO-acre : miUGC    of  Skeeles  place.      The past winter Mr. _ Board." ���������������������������  -  Barnum  lias    had    a  number  of men j    Conditions similar to tlnsc pointed  employed    in    clearing  the  land  and >ut ])>' lhu   ve'"on    Board of Trade  cuttin-: tho timber up into cordwood. ' Prevail at Enderby,    and  if  they.are  T.   V.illunson,     recently   from   the  vi-   fco ,,e m,jt  ilIi;i  overcome,  similar ac-  cinity  of Calgary,  has had  charge of   tion  wiU havc    to   hc taken.    We dr.  the  woi-k,  and    he    has  aPo  cords  of ; not knmv  wh:lt' position thc  Enderby  wood  to  come down  to market.    Mr.   c'it:>' ('ouncil will take on  the  propo  Barn\im  came in    this week  from  the.. siUon    submitted    by    the   Ur.ard  o  Northwest, with Mr.  Wilkinsin, bring- . Tl'ild(!-      Thc'    petition   submitted   b:  ing horses    and    implements  to push   Lhc T'"^rd 'Iocs    not ask for tho bor  the  clcnrincr    and    development  work   rowing of ?3,00n on  tbe credit of th-  on his  property.       Mr.    Barnum has   cil*-v: iL (!oes lUjt ���������������������������isk  thi'1 thc matte'  i"~\TThf  /AWTED"  90,000 Cedar Fence Posts  lKiiilmad Spocinvalions]  How ii!:ijiy i~,vr lo;uls cun you lic'ivor thip sc.'isoii ?  If you mean business wrilo. or see  H.   !-!. WORTHINGTON, ENDERBY  Why Not Buy Your  5ettm  i vi  y ^  ���������������������������4^  ���������������������������!'-!^.M f"'s .  &-ggs  travelled Canada from ocean to  oc-i-an, and knows every fruit growing  di.1-trict    in  the     Dominion.    He  says uf r.hcm all Enderby suits him  tin- Ih.'sl. He thinks we have here  tin1 ii:ak;nu of one. of thc linest fruit-  !:rowi:i_: .- n! small mixed farminu  ii-.-'.i .'���������������������������! in all of ('ana la. '111.'' only  tr.i'i!)!i' is, i-ays be. that We do not  - fr ���������������������������*<--! - f hf-nd Van I a ires -nt ~ X iv~- <\ istrirt  ;j- *.v.. should. I If h.'i;. many friends  wbii ai'i- facing this way. an.l cvi-nt  ���������������������������ii'liy will fume into thi- ()i;aiia,raii  to hu.v   homes,  Mr. Iianiiiiii is tbe t \ pi-  ;i'''. 1   iu   this  district.       I Ic  ter.      More    than    that,  couragr-  and   the cash  to  iju jau.  ui  a  \ore���������������������������m���������������������������i nu  ratepayers  It asks  tbat  a t-pecial  rate be levie  to  raise    this    amount,  t i  bc  appro  print ml   by   the  Council   for  puldicit;  work.        Enough      property     owners  signed    the    petition    to    assure the  amount af  one mill on  the dollar on  thc property represented on the peti- J  tion.      It. v.tuI 1 scorn  to be a simple!  .in.it.1... 1 ... Iij..Uii|,i- mil,-- j������������������- -piacLicial-;  se!..-ii..'  wh'Mi  the  Hoard  of Trade and i  niciiilii rs of the    Council  take up  the ,'  mat'.���������������������������;��������������������������� jointly. i  *, >\<-.\/>i^������������������v;/  ^jtwa.t'R..*?/  iJrrZy-Zr^"'  Home  Sewing" iviacnine  in stock this week. Tt is tho best or I wouldn't bc.selling it. See it  and try it before buying; it will pay you to investigate; easy terms at  fair prices.  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  Disc Records  * Perforated Music Rolls, from 15c ������������������up  For all Player Pianos  - Always in stock   "       " ..-.--���������������������������:  Leave your order with us for Edison or Disc Records, if! wehaveii'fc  what you w ant in  stock.      ' See and  hear the  Gourlay-Angelus  Piano.  AfrouL also for Church and I'arlor Organs  aUo Kire ar.il Life1 Insurance  Office in brick block opp. Tho Walker Pi"o.������������������s.  E. CRA  '-'5  Knderby Atcent  ENDE R-"B Y  No Irrigate  W;  red  ly  Pen 3, layinp; strain, pedigreed  -md bred  for 24 years for egg'.-  fontest ])ullcts now at> Victoria.  Pen 4. ten pullets,  full sisters  to pun in contest, %-\S)\) pei- set.  Order early, inquiries coming by every  mail  nf man w<-  i.- a lions  b.' h is thc  '.l'-kK- dilli  cull ihin-^s. Jle is sp-'ihlirur ld_  iiioiii'y t.o ilevelop bi.s t!bn M.-iiy  i'r.nt bind, and to place on it I he  '.est br<'.| stock, poullry, etc., tbat  uioin-y can buy, bi'licviiiL' that hr>  ���������������������������aiII  the  ha vi.'  4,  i  <v  m   *   t    mammas,   ������������������.*   *   ������������������   ������������������.������������������   9   v.  J. Mack  ?  /'.I  'V  cncoiir.iL'C others  t()  join  hini  in   'V  work,    fccliii'-T  ('(.niidcnt  of   w  u-rc a    district   that  will  one   %  Li'.fi-y. Peed & Sale Stables I  KNI)I*:H_n_V. P. C. t  jpraszsgBg  ��������������������������� X-  ('!<md Pigs;   Careful Driv- <?'  ���������������������������!���������������������������-: Draving of all kinds.      %  n  Enderby, B. C.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Ifml-iliy, H. C.  Contractors &. Builders  l-'iral-cla.'- Ciliinct Woil.  and   l'icturi' Kr.-uninK.  I 'n<li'i't:il\iii>; I'ailoi-.s in conncdion.  Next   to  City   Hall.  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and nre especial-  suited for Fruit and  Vugctubles, and, having been in crop, are in splendid condition for plantiuir.  An  experienced  fruit irrower is in charge and  purchasers free of cimrye, or orchar  moderate charge.  1G0 acres,  sub-divided into 20-acre lots  per acre.  Get in on tbe first block and make money on tbe advance.   A p_|_ly.__to���������������������������       __      will    give instruction to  vill be    planted   and cared for at a  now on the market at   ������������������175  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Doer Park Land  Ofitco,   Enderby.  IP UP ��������������������������� nA   ���������������������������  fix up your iiouse, isarn  3L ii  *���������������������������! a  '���������������������������ui-Dui-iainsrs  Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last  H TO FUR SHIPPERS  No.  No.  2 Lath  ...per thousand  ....$     2.00 No.  3  Dcv.   Cedar  Siding    1C.00  2  Dimension,      "      "      ...   12.00   J.x-1 No. 1 &2  Shiplap     1-i.OQ  These arc good values,and you will be pleased with tbem.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End...,  -iii.  !.  d.iy   li"     I'l-coL-nized     ;i>    thc   i;'':-!   all  i ��������������������������� 'in.!     !; mil-     centre    b.i     the   sniall  :ntNi-iv   farmer    and   fruit   raiser   in  >b"  I'io1. incc.  !'.l'nTEI{*IM;i31.I(...ITV work  ('"'lnfoiiabl.'  <)> didiis Slablinu"  \  ���������������������������4,  -i>  <l-  *i  t  and Commo-  Cor teams.  Auto for Hire  ���������������������������t atU'iitiim lo all customers  <���������������������������>  ,;iiul-si.'okors   and   Tourists in  <V vitcd to jjive us a trial.  It is interesting t*. i uol.c tlmu t.lii-  t.o'.'.ris of the .Okanagan arc adopting  a saner policy in handling ticir publicity wni'k. At the last meet in- r_������������������f  thi' f.'ily ('oUiicii, lhe lOinlerby Hoanl  of 'i'l'a.de i.ii-cscnt.i-d a jietit.ioti askilij;  the ('oiiijc.il Vo levy a special lax to  raise tiir- sum of .vi.-'Oii fur publicity  purjjoscs.      Th"    jict.it.ioii   was   signed  ��������������������������� , ���������������������������*-:',<*,y.r  "I!|p. ni'i-! .id i.r.iipp, r.'li.il.l.. :i������������������pl nnly fMarkcl llcjiurl  .u .1 l'rii������������������. J.i-t nl lOl.iii'l iniMi^n'd.  "alu* iyhulirrt iyli'titjirr"  Miilul  l'"|:l!i:   tn  Hi.���������������������������-!.���������������������������" liitciv.ti"l  in   j:.iw  l'ura  SEND US YOUR NAME CN A POSTAL-TODAY  It i i.nt :( 'I up;.' i'.. I'.-in;.', IpiiI :i p:i ..i.-.iti-m i-Miort  rviy tw-ii wi p:,-, v.',, h l' V' s yuu :��������������������������� ;���������������������������������������������:t-. nf wli.-n is  il ������������������1 _��������������������������� i___��������������������������� I.i .ill I!... M nl.i ������������������������������������������������������.i.fll.i' WuiM In Ainvrirnn  K.iw I'lirs.   'Ilil-!iiliii:ii.itiiiii i������������������ nuilli ImiiiliL'ils of  ��������������������������� 11>i; n^ tn vim.  Write for it���������������������������NOW-IT'S FREE  A.   B.  SHU BERT  The Larecst House in the World dealing exclusively In  American Raw Furs  25-27 W. Mlchisan St., Dnoi 135CIIICAG0, ILL, U.S.A.  -4-  for a  13  enaoie  WIRE FENCING  I!.   F.   SCOTT,  'I'lin  e 1 'in.'. Itanfdi,  l'biderby  (font  ���������������������������acts  taken   for erection.    Or.  lers  for s  ���������������������������til!;���������������������������  work now  bcinjr lioo!;cd  .  ���������������������������R.. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMIJER  (ccriiliciitP.)     l'aintor and Decorator,  liox 74,  I'lndorby.  Th  We have some giltodged ori^inalprairie Townsites, (not'sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in I_ND1_RBY as soon as we complete ar-  rnngoments with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. Wc will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO  :-l  i'  !|  f  ll  If  >i  ���������������������������}  ''I  \l  I  1  II  in  i  m  'yir  ii\  = \  <i!|  1  Jl  m  Al m  Thursday, February. 27,1913  THE ENDERBY' PRESS-AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  9-  I  ENDERBY FLOU  MOFFET'S BEST  "Statement Issued by the Directors  of B. C. Fruit Growers' Association  Made strictly from Saskatchewan and Alberta wheat, in the  ONLY MILL in the Okanagan. The PIONEER mill of British  Columbia, and now one of the MOST COMPLETE milling systems in Canada. Try this flour and you'll find it will produce a  grent volume of good, wholesome, NUTRITIOUS bread. You  will find the color WHITER than any other flour on the market  ��������������������������� this means that it is CLEANER than any other flour on the  market.  WHY NOT USE YOUR HOME FLOUR ?  We both lose money if you don't. For sale by all good grocers  or at our mill.  COLUiMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited  __2a  A Nice Home  32_- ACRES good land; splendidly, adapted to fruit growing; sloping  gently toward the west; pleasant location; good view; good water.  Neat cottage containing three rooms; spring water piped into the  house. Small orchard, 100 trees bearing; four varieties of apples:  Starts, Ontarios, Snows ar .Wealthies. Six acres cleared, balance  nearly cleared. '   *  WANTED���������������������������-Listings  of  five-acre  blocks.  arvey  A statement just issued by the directors of the B. 0. Fruit Growers'  Association, gives an outline of the  principal factors underlying thc present market situation. The "principal  condition affecting the prices cf B.C.  fruit tbe past season was tbe very  large crop in thc United States, resulting in the importation of large  quantities of American fruit at low  prices, or,"what is worse, shipped on  consignment. All soft fruits, the report says, yielded very much above  the average. The figures are not to  hand, save that we know that some  40,000 carloads of peaches were shipped commercially this year in the  United States. The U. S. apple  crop was 34.3 per cent larger than  the average,of the last ten years. It  was 12 per cent   larger than the 1911  in 1912. Thc Okanagan shipped 550  carloads of apples last year. In 1913  under normal conditions, the crop  will likely be less. Other districts  and other crops under normal conditions will likely be the same. This  is equally true of thc country as a  whole.  Practically all fruit districts have  had, good crops the past year. Many  places will have a normal or average  crop. The Northwestern States are  not likely to have more than 15,000  cars of apples. In 1909 they had  6,000; in 1910, 15,000; in 1911, 9,000;  in 1912, 20,000.  The acreage in the Northwestern  States promises in the future some  real competition. Figures collected  over this territory show that in Oregon,    Washington,    Idaho,   Montana,  crop.      It  totalled  around  40,000,000  and British Columbia there are some  barrels.      The  quality   was  generally  high, 15 per cent, better than the ten  320,000 acres of    what promise to be  fairly    successful    orchard,    of which  years' average. In the Northwest; over 90 per cent is in apples. Of this  States, the box-apples states, about figure, rnder 30,000 acres are in B. C.  20,000 carloads are being shipped, asjln 1914 we may expect between 40,-  against only 9,000 last year. i 000 and   45,000   carloads of fruit  in  As a result cf these extremely large [this territory and the crop of apples  crops, prices would naturally be low, j may earjily run to 42,000 cars. This  supply greatly exceeding demand; 25 J is equal to 26,400,000 boxes, or 8,-  per cent of the Ontario apple crop is j 000,000 barrels, practically one-third  said to have rotted on the ground, of th_ entire average crop of thc  There has been a similar condition United States for the last seven  in New York    State.       Thc Western ' years.  Agent  Real Estate Broker.  Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Oflice Block, Enderby  EAStramFn n-TWW^wiwru a. mi at ���������������������������    -^war*.-x���������������������������. I -i-a^ jrr-^.iimfjtwwpy������������������w  TO   OUR   PATRONS  HAVING  DISPOSED  OF  OUR  STOCK    AND   BUSINESS: TO    THIS  MESSRS. DILL BROS., TO BE TURNED  OVER   -ON    MARCH 1st,  1913,  .j* WE DESIRE TO-CLOSE OUR BOOKS  ON    THAT   DATE,    AND-   MUST  HAVE" SETTLEMENT OF ALL OUTSTANDING      ACCOUNTS     FORTH-  '   WITH.    " ALL FRIENDS AND  PATRONS       WILL      KINDLY      GOVERN  .    THEMSELVES   ACCORDINGLY. '  WE DESIRE TO EXPRESS OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION TO   ALL'  FOR'THE  LIBERAL  PATRONAGE GIVEN US   DURING- THE LIFE OF  OUR BUSINESS  IN  ENDERBY,  AND AT THE   SAME    TIME TO  ASK  ON BEHALF OF. OUR SUCCESSORS A CONTINUANCE   OF THE PATRONAGE THAT HAS BEEN OURS.  States, however, will get something  for practically all their apples. B.C.  did comparatively well in the matter  There are many   problems to solved  in the marketing    of   our increasing  cro"s; but tbey   can all be overcome  of prices, for our fruit brought more   by  our own, efforts,    ability  and  AGAIN THANKING YOU,  WE ARE,  VERY TRULY,  J. W. EVANS   &   SON,  ENDERBY  CCig-wapUaifcl-i '?ir'*'^'*^&^>* re?������������������yVaN^^TCyi������������������V������������������'S*'B*'^ c-.-*, awnyma ��������������������������� tyy  _  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*_���������������������������_��������������������������� v  I Sir, will you pay $45*00 j  for this dainty little  iff  aicn?~M  i| dial and is in every way a gift that  % wiil cleliolit the feminine heart.  It's practical in every respect for it keeps gom  ^ time and its upkeep is low. You can't find ;  ^   more suitable Clnistmas gift.  1  K  '4mm  than in any ether section of America.  Other    gtn:ral    conditions     which  1.X  helped to lower the prices were:  1."   Tightness of the money market' industry  cf the-Un'ted    States   and generally  throughout the world.  -" 2. - The largest proportion cf boxed  apples to barrels ever experienced.  3. Pefecti/e methods of picking  and packing, whieh injured fruit and  lessened its keeping quality. -  4. Lac'*; of storage facilities."  5. The fruit growers require their  money in the fall, and ban''- loans pre  not made on unsold apples; apples  must therefore, be sold in the fall.  ���������������������������6. Fruit distributing organization,  both in B. C. and in tbe Northwest  States, ..-in the latter particularly,  should be made much stronger.  7. The boxed apple business is a  new one, and little is known about  effective means of distributing it to  advantage.  8. Practically    no   advertising     u  done to increase the demand  for the1  Western boxed ap-.ile, whlc ?200,C00 a  year is spent in advertising  California oranges.  9. The very ]-=rge applc-handlin-  concerns    in    En-land    and    in  New  energy. We can all well afford to be  entirely sanguine as to the ultimate  ancl  enduring   success   of    our    fruit  OF   -CANADA.  Pald-Ur>Capital, !;<-<-orver-!n<J *5*2'.f 71? Aftft  and Undivided Proiiis (Over) *i>OfA i O9<0\f\f  Total Assets (Over)    $63,000,000  SECRET SOCIETIES  II. E. W.ANCIIARD  W. AI.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Loilirc No. -H1  ItoKultir mei-tiiurs llrtt  Thurwlay on or after tl.>  full moon at 8 p. in. ui 0<l'i-  fcllows Hall. Visilinr  brethren cordially iiwiVh:  WALTER KOLUNSON  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  ~^SI0   Eureka Lodge, No. fiO  Mtels every Tuesday evening1 at 8o'clock, in I. Oi.  O. P. hall, Metcalf block.    Visiting hiolhei-8 always    welcome. GEO. HELLAMY.   N. Ci.  HOWAKD LOGAN, V. G.  K. E. WHEELER, Sec'y,  J. B. GAYLOKD. Trens.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 3,'), K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K.of I'. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited Lo attend.  JOHN 15URNHAM.C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rales, etc.. address,  T. E. RODIE. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ���������������������������CiNDERBY   COTTAGE' HOSPITAL  MISS WARWrCK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, $20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness, $2.50per day.  ENDERBY. B. C.  YT7ALTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER  Agreements of Sale.   Deeds & Mortgamis.  Documents Witnessed.   Loans Negotiated  Oflice: Room 2, Hell Block. Enderby, B. C. -  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block  Enderby, B.C.  "TvR. H./W. KEITH,,.   :;  Office hours:   F '-enoon,  9 to 10:30     ;    '-���������������������������  Af (.moon, 3 to <1 -  '    -.veiling. 6:30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment'  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sts. ENDERBY-  ������������������an������������������iiffl  F. PYMAN, Jewler,    Enderby  to   depress price-  Save Systematically  Haphazard, occasional saving  seldom accomplishes much. It's  the stead}', per.-,istent, regular  depositing of so many dollars a  week, orinontli, or season, in the  Union Bank of Canada,- which  in akcsotie financially independent.  The money accumulates all the  more rapidly, too, because of the  Interest which is added every  six months.  Try it.  SEEDS  Our stock is now complete for  Spring Trade in Timothy, clovers, Alfalfa, and all field seeds.  Also a full line of vegetable  seeds from the best growers;  also' flower seeds in profusion,  We also carry a special'line'in  Spray Pumps, in barrel and  hand sizes, and our prices are  right. Also Implements of all  kinds. Bee Supplies are our  specialty. Look through our  catalogue: free for the ashiiig.  THEKENRY NORSERY&SEED HOUSE  A. R. MACDOUGALL  3011 WestminstGrR(l,VancGuver,B.C.  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both ways- from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South North  bound STATIONS bound  read down " read up  10.05 (Lv)    Sicamous   Jet   (Ar)   18.00  10.46 Mara 17.1  11.00 Grindrod 16.59  U.H Enderby 16.44  11.40 Armstrong 16.15  11-58 Larkin 15.55  12.25 Vernon 15.30  12.45 (Ar)     Ok.  Landing     (Lv) 15.15  H. W. BRODIE JNO.BURNHAM  Gen. Pas. Agt. Agent  Vancouver Enderby  "York are wortnrfj  on boxed ap;)les.  10. 'British Col mbia is fightng for  her natural mar" cts, v.hich wc arc  just beginning to alepuately supply,  and in which our c'jmrctitors are at i -  t  present strongly tntrenched.  11. Because of a curl;.is condition  with regard to the Fruit Marks Act  and its-enforcement,-British Columbia fruit growers are discriminated  against in favor of their foreign competitors.  12. Canning, preserving and otherwise preparing fruits and*vegetables,  are as yet developed to a very limited extent in this Province. In California $2S,000,000 worth of fruit byproducts arc produced annually.  The above arc given in the report  as the principal conditions which depressed prices this year. Thc fruit  growers of the Province expect thc  Association to deal with the situation, and recommend and follow up  means of securing the markets.  It seems pertinent at this time,  says thc report, for us to consider  what will in all likelihood be the situation in future years. There is a  general assumption that in 1913 apple and other fruit crops will bc larger than in 1912. People point to  the increased acreage and the growth  of the trees for proof. They forget  the law of action and re-action which  always is at work. The B. C. fruit  industry has always been especially  subject to it. There was thc large  crop of '08, followed by the small one  in '09; a big crop in 1.910, with a  small one in 1911, and a bumper crop  rnderlirBfanclir^wrDrCrCIIRISTOanap  MUSIC  p W. CHAPMAN  ���������������������������*���������������������������   '. P.O. Box 139. Endtrby.  Visits or receives pupils for I'iann. OrKnn, Violin,  Sincing and Theory of Music, Etc.  Courses for the Canadian   or  Hrkish Academy  Examinations  M  GRADUATE NURSE   <j   ISS F. PANKHURST  GRADUATE  NURSE  Enderby, B. C.  Phone, 331  P. O.  Box' 524  JUpNBON, eng., branch,  SI T[7s-ea.incecIIc SI., E.C.  F. W. ASHE, - - M,-!iiii(|cr.  G. M. C. KAttT SMITH,   Assistant Mijr.  f-J TdyfAbcar-ritZreaua/!  %/XL wy^ftcttete&i  A XM&fli/feaiutefuAer  It'i the C_.nANr.ST, SIMPLEST, ami MIST IIOMi;  !*>".'", ono enn liuy.-V/liy you don't even Iiave to  l::iow what KIND of Cloth your Good- urc made  of.--So Mistakes are Impossible.  Send fir I'ree C')lor C.ird, Story  Booklet, nnd  Booklet giving results of Dytinc ovvr other colors.  Thc JOHNSON-IUCIIAKI.SON CO., Limited,  Montreal, Canada.  SUIT CLEANED & PRESSED-Now  the time to get it done. Orders  promptly executed. Rosoman &  Gildemeester, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking Parlors, Cliff-street,  next J. W. Evans & Son's. Repairing a specialty.  WOOD  SAWING���������������������������Send  or leave your  orders  NOW    for   cutting up  cord-  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MIKING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, th������������������  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more ihan 2,5G0 acres  will.be leased to one upplicant.   Application for a lease must be  made by thc applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in wliich rights applied for aro  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be acsoiw-  panicd by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  aot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall bc paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  Thc lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for thc working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  Por full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  thc Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  wood into stove or furnace lengths. TV   *     ���������������������������  ���������������������������      v y ,e  l    nr     r,      _ X       'of Dominion Lands.  Price, 1 cut,   75c; 2 cuts, $1.00 per ���������������������������,  cord. Address Percy Rosoman,  next to J. W. Evans & Son's, Enderby. 2t.  W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  *������������������  j\  -3  .51  J THE ENDERBY PRESS AINU WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February ,?,7, 1913  r-f������������������___t__Ai:  S^g^^SS^aS^������������������������������������!a^^^BgBSil?^^?^flg:- _  ^8BSEkm&&t&&i  Quick Results  May be depended upon from   [  the  use  of  our   Wanr   Ads.   \  The births, deaths, marria*   \  jjes and the other Classified  Columns are   usually   inclu-  ji   ficd in even a very perfuno  m" tory   pcrsual   of   the   paper.  They areas good for general  business  as  they   are  for  ' Help Wanted," etc.  ant Ad in the Press  nn  Quick  eturns  /I Want Ad  in   the Press  vill   dispose.of the things  you have no   further use for, and that other people  are   looking for  Dollar Doublers  Our ClRBSlflod Want Ads. aro  real dollar doublers. In shoo  leather and nervous energy thoy  will save you many times their  ���������������������������mall cost by bringing: to your  door what you require, whethor  it be efficient holp, a desirable  borrower for surplus cash, a position or a dsmostlc.  A most convincing: and Inex-  s&nslvo proof would be to try a  Want Ad.  CtfritcfcU* LOT by B    W   MrCsrl-f  s_F#tf*-_���������������������������*���������������������������_������������������.- -^*aK_M?__^������������������S������������������g  S_5^|i_s^^S>S_^_^g^^S_S___g_l-^  __-_���������������������������������������������������������������  g_^^gg^^^affiS3ISBS������������������S^.^SS22--3__I__i3^  2g^^^^Z������������������^^M������������������^8B^^z^&*  Ts***j*!a&&&&s>airjiii*4ai&>ii!im^a  3  ents  a Word for First Insertion  1 Cent  a Word  Each   Subsequent  Insertion  a  & Home on Your  Did you over (l_ure out how  ..mull o percentage of our population pn.33 your house where  they could ace ������������������ "To Lot" slfjn.  or how largo n percentage read  our paper? Good tenonli aro  not tho kind that have t������������������700 to  waste in going around looKing  for signa. They looK in our  Want Ads.  If you have t������������������ houso on your  hands. r_ ������������������������������������������������������ Houso to Lot " ad.  will bring thero to you.  CiflA-il.t-4 IIL-. tt   W   UrCnrplr  Getting into the Home  Womon buy more than  two-thirds the merchandise sold in retail stores  and every woman reads  the Classified Want Ads.  Our paper goes into the  homes and the Want  Ads. will reach the  Spenders.  .���������������������������������������������., mM if.  V  U    ������������������   M.CXI  There is nothing that  will bring you quicker  returns, or bigger  returns, for the investment  ^^^^^^^^^^^Jtl^l^^t^^^rmm^l^'^  _.^*^.*g--5-S^^  Gradually Growing  Our " VVP.r.t AcV columns aro ,  itoadlly growing- as people ap- j  proclate their value !  They holp ono ovor many of  llfo's difficulties.  Havo you got something you  do not need, or ncod something  you have not got?  Oo you want to land, borrow,  buy or coll 7  A Want Ad will do tho work.  ML  If you have a pen of chickens to dispose of;  a.house and lot for sale;_aL wagon, ahorse,  a cow, any household furniture, farm implements, or other machinery; if you want  help or want work: if you have apples,  or vegetables, wood, hay, or seed grain, or  farm animals for sale,  TRY A WANT AD  IN THE PRESS  Better Look rc&W  If you havo docldod to.take _.  summer cottago, now Is tho tlrno  to leok over the Classified Ads.  for cottage* to rent.  You will get a more satlsrac-  tory selection now than you will  later on.  Or If you wish to tano Doaraers  or have places to rent, now Is the  tlma to place your Classified Ad.  ������������������^:^9^2&s^s^^^&s^^^s^  ia_-S--J3^g^S^g^5������������������gi^i  GIVE   THE   PRESS  A   TRY  OUT  ERBY  ft>*A  fl ll  ���������������������������m  .R  ���������������������������*!l  3:  -fin  I  'I  ���������������������������ft  m  11  ill  |||  -I  ml  Jl  ���������������������������I  i  a  !ffj53_!^S^R������������������ft.f>3SW:  ������������������BBBHaBBP������������������atffl'^^  11 Thursc! v, February 27.1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS:* AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  *1-  Fruit Commissioner Smith Tells of  the Need of Better Marketing  In a lecture nf ������������������roat timeliness and ��������������������������� thought the need of relief in this  interest to the fruit growers, deliv- mutter very .strong and urgent indeed  ered hy J. Forsyth Smith, the JJro-! M������������������'- Smith commented upon thc  vincial Market Commissioner, at the ! violation of the Fruit Marks Act.  Coldstream school house last week, J Tl^e blame rested not on the inspect-  Mr. Smith gave a very clear account- ; ors but on the heads of the departing of what he had learned of thei ments, thai the law was not carried  marketing disappoint meats of our ��������������������������� out? Tlie law required that the  fruit growers the past season. In j boxes should he re-marked before  his travels tlie past season as market leaving the place where thcy were  commissioner, he had discovered the j packed, and that there should be no  many whys and wherefores of the un- ' inconsistency in the re-marking. As  satisfactory outcome of thc market- ; a matter oi fact, the officers were  ing of our fruits.. I-Ie pointed to j content to have thc boxes re-marked  these shortcomings: In lack of organ-  before   they    left    the     wholesalers  Editor.   Shepherd  |to give instances  j progress    of   the  j orange industries, each of which had,  as he was sure the apple industry  could, attain a substantial position  of assured financial prosperity.���������������������������Vernon News.  of "Better Fruit" f SS^^53Sa3g^a^S  of this .fact in the  banana,  prune and  ���������������������������gaaassaggffyS'aBBEssa  ization, lack of the proper enforcement of the fruit marks act as relating to imported fruit; and thc serious lack of understanding ,on the  part of our shippers of general market conditions.  A large crop was expected in 1914,  said he, and the .grower might expect  imilar 'conditions this year, that is  J say, the American apples would  probably be GOc for "C" grade apples f. o. b. Yakima, and landed in  Calgary, $1.21; so that it would be  necessary to sell our fruit in competition at 92c. At Calgary we have  an advantage of 32c duty and freight  over Yakima. At the Hcgina market, apples, sold f.o.bf at 6Cc, would  be landed at $1.11. To meet that,  our competing   grade of apples must  warehouse and to let "Fancy" appear on boxes re-marked No. 2; the  word "Faricy" often being used as a  selling point in retail trade.  Mr. Smith touched on the "hysterical newspaper writing," attacking  the prairie jobber with thc charge of  discrimination against B. C. fruit,  This charge, he was convinced, rested  on ignorance of thc matter. The  buyers were business men and it was  purely a niatter of business competition, in which sentiment was a secondary matter.  As to going "Direct to the retailer," Mr. Smith pointed out the  grave danger to be encountered. It  would be^very difficult to break thc  present relation's with thc retailers  built   np by    thc    wholesalers,  often  strange, for he knows the value of  good breeding for all thc rest "of his  live stock, whether horses, or cattle,  or sheep or swine. Many are yet of  thc opinion that mongrels are hardier and that they lay bettor, and  that as both eggs and meat can be  furnished by them, it is not worth  while to bother with thoroughbreds.  But the fact is that thoroughbred  fowl are 311st as hardy and vigorous  as mongrels, under similar conditions  and that thoroughbreds lay more  eggs than mongrels do has been  shown many times at the Experi  mental Stations ancl egg laying contests.  CITY OF  ENDERBl  lie sold at 74c. It was very clear , personal and credit. It would bring  then, that it was not advisable to the grower into antagonism with  try to sell our No. 1 apples in com--some of the shrewdest business men  petition with thc American "CJ" [ in ^Canada, backed by immense capi-  grade. He strongly advised that|tai and with wide experience. Durin j  serious consideration be : given to jtllis inevitable fight there would be  raising the "standard of our No. 2'an ample supply of U. S. A. fruit "for  grade apples, so that they might be .-the jobbers to draw from. ���������������������������  sold in competition with the Am cri-| No doubt that with a strong uni-  ' can ."C"-grade, 'and thus-supply thel������������������e(1- organization' it could-be made  .great demand for a cheap apple on . very, plain to thc jobber that it  the ...plains.      _ '  ." ! would pay him    to   deal with B. C,  - Mr. Smith was strongly of opinion, : and that if might    be made uncom-"'  which, was .evidently -in accord with  fortable for him to do otherwise  <-'l"\\il 11/r. rUi       I  ������������������������������������������������������l/ntji-irr./in (111       t  Stable Implements require, above all things,  to'be strong and good���������������������������of the best  lasting qualities.  We have studied this and bought accordingly.  All the stable goods stocked at this store were bought for  utility while recognizing neatness.   The prices will suit you.  a  OUR   BUSINESS   IS RUN   ON A STRICTLY   CASH   BASIS  .the. feeling^of thc meeting, that since  the ,U. S. A. charged us 25c on a box  of apples entering their territory,  our duty- of 13 i-'ie -was not rcason-  ble and   should    bc    changed.      He  Mr. Smith closed by drawing the  attention of the audience to the fact  that apparently every fruit growing-  industry-, had to pass through a  "period    of   depression," and quoted  ��������������������������� min.. _-_i i, iTPj-t  NOTICE is hereby given that tht  first sitting of thc Annual Court o1  Revision of k*-,*>p Municipality of tin  City of Enlerby for the year 1913,  will be held at the C:ty Hall, Enderby, on Frici-y, the 14th day of  March, 19J3, at 7:3G p. m., for the  purpose 0/ hc^r'n< anl determinin;  complaints against the assessment  as made by tin Assessor, and rsvis-i  ing and correcting the assessment  roll..  Any  pcrsm  complaining  ������������������-"-unsi j Only $25" down   and $10 per month" buys" an   acre"iot  the assessment   must   give in tico in '  writing   to. tlie    Assessor <-,f     the  ground cf his complaint at least ten  days  before' -the    date    of the." said  first sitting of the Court of I'iovi,i.jn'.  Dated  at thc    City   Hall, JCn.Je; ry,  this 13th day of February, 19.13.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  inside the City limits, and only about 800 yards from-the  C. P. R. Depot. ' You can make these lots-pay for themselves. See us, .we will tell you how. Come in, and talk.it  over, we shall be delighted to explain our proposition/,  ONLY  ���������������������������_atoaj-l____*  The "old folks are never lonesome���������������������������they always  have company when there's an  _ JOT"  on the table.  For them and the young folks, the scope of the new Blu<  Amberol Records includes everything, from  old  time favorites to present clay tunes���������������������������popular and  classical.  The real fun and enjoyment afforded by an  Edison Phonograph is unequalled by any other  instrument made. A call on your Edison dealer  will convince you.  Thomas A. Edi.on, Inc., 100Lakeside Ave., Ornnee, N. J., U. S. A.  A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be fouud at  ENDERBY MUSiC STORE  nave  ���������������������������?e,; Lif e, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  L ESTATE  Fruit  Lnnd Hay Land  Town Lots  The Liverpool & London & Glolit! Ins. Cn.  Tho I'hocnix Insnrnik'i.' Co. oi' London.  L n I ri-l,uu:n!iii-.; Fire Insiti-anuo Co.  Koyal lnHur:.inecCo.,of Liverpool (Lifeik>|<t  Thu. London &: Lancisliirc Guai-.-uitee  A-oidi'tit Co., of Cunada.  HULL IH.OCK,    RNDKI4I.Y  et Job Printing at The Walker Press  LAND  REGISTRY ACT  Re. Lots 18 & 19, Dlock 8, Map 211A,  City of Enderby:  WHEREAS proof of loss of Certificate of Title No.  I33&3a of the above  named   property,    issued in the nirac  of Andrew Amos Faulkner,  has^ been ]  filed in  this o:'i ce;  NOTICE   is    hereby    given    that I  shall at tiie expiration of one month |  from the    date   of    first publication  hereof issue a duplicate of said Certificate of Title    un'ess in the mean-.  Tii'_7ervauTl)i)j(}Ft7Gn    l_o���������������������������made to liie ,  in writing.  Dated this lst day of February,1913 ',  c. 11. nrMiAr, i  District  Registrar. ;  LAND  REGISTRY  AGT \  i  I  In  thc matter   of   Lot    (j, Bbclv  M, |  Map 21.1 A,  City of Enderby: i  WHERE AH proof of loss of cerlifi-J trict Ls'Tmwuiit.'i;  cal.c  of   Title    No.    15597a,     to  the I  above-mentioned    property,   issued in!  tlie name of    George    Bell,  lias been [  filed   in  Ihis ollice;  NOTICE is hereby given' tbat i;  shall, at. the expiration of (-.no month *  from tlio first publication hereof. ,  issue a duplicate of said Certificate ���������������������������  of Title, unless in tlie meantime valid .  objection  bo made to me in  writing, i  Dated this  lst day of February A. j  D.,  1913. j  C.   H.   DUNM.AI',        \  District Registrar. ;  MIL  Cliill  Enderby, British Columbia  Huml\  bill 0  INCANDESCENT  [    You   all  know    what    the  WELLS-  II3ACK MANTLE did for lighting.    It  .the    quantity and__qualit___  ������������������������������������������������������Lincrcased  and reduced the cost. Our lamps  burn coal oil. use tlie mantle and  give GO and SO c.p. white light. Superior to the electric light and  Li.St   it   with   me.   cheaper.      Write for catalogue.  BERNARD   ROSOMAN,  Grindrod, Okanagan  Valley,, B.C.  Agent for The    Mantle Lamp Co.  of  America,  Winnipeg.  If   you   want  to1  buy land, see me.  My rtPW lnml'li t dp-i'i-iplivc of thc Mara Pis-  ct i.s now out.   CilfT   ONK,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernt'li Orchard, Mai-ii, B.C.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  H^M^  OVER 85 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c  Anvonosondlw? nnkolrhnwl dosorlnllon muy  f)ul<;l(ly'ii8Pflrl!iiii rmr oi>lm<iii froo wliuMior nn  Invention ia prnlmlily ptitonl.-ililo. CoimntinUw  UoiiHslrlcllyconiyenllnl. HANDBOOK on I'alontB  sent I'riio. Ulrlo.'tt TJiruncv for soctirnif,' palotils.-  I'.-ii i.'iita t tt icon tlimucli Munn ,fc Co. r.-iilve  Sjicfitil notice, wil Mont <:li/iri__, la tlio  " ieitiific fltntrican;  A handsomely lllnntrnti-il -worth-, Lawst olr-  (UilallDii nl* any scii'iitiilc journal. Tonus tor  <':ui!i<l:i. $'>."."��������������������������� ii year, iiusl.tK's liit-'palil. .Sold by  :iIt new.'lcaU'rs.  BIUNN4Co.8BIBroad"������������������������������������-HewYorl(  Brunch Ollice. C'.'5 V St., Wii.������������������hlimiyn. 1). <;.  Cement Building-  Con tractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawn  vases,   peer   blocks,    chimney  blocks I  also lime and cement. i  Leave orders early.  Enderby, T3. C.  Fresh Meats  fl"1  ���������������������������e  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  If yen, want prime fresh meat.,  w j PJang  ancJ estimates  have .them.     Our cattle are giain-fe  ! ^ "������������������_������������������vu.u  furnished  and selected by our own buyers from!  the richest feeding grounds in Alber i  ta, aud are killed and cut strictl i  KUKSl-i. |  We buy first-hand  for spot cash, so:  can  give you  the  best price,  possible '  G. R. Sharpe, j  Enderbv, B. C7  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing\ Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  We represent.S.C.Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderbv. onircinson   . bill   to    confer   enfranchisement  upon   royalties from  timber cut  un:!er spe-,  ^_^^-,   0,.-\rS^Qh   ^  IRS    0   PARAW3   a dressmaker 0f''^'ontca is likely to be counted among  cial    and   handloggers'  license    shall j di.l'vl City JUOa.I CsJ  wide  experience,     ''as   remo.cd  lier   'n  d  slaughtered  innocents at tbe  ses-  be $1 per thousand    feet  west of  rirm-cmn'-in..    n!rlnr������������������    m    the  \hit ���������������������������   sion's  close,  the    usual  fa to  of long-   Casc.idcs    while   east   (jf  th"t range j   T _J     ,   f f ������������������ , , -  theS tZ.  In    Cm LyJl'lf  ���������������������������*��������������������������� 1      offering    in     lection,   -here the Doyle scale has been in use j   Hat IOT QY^IJ laCC���������������������������IOT CVCiy taStC.  ���������������������������''Jf  George.  while Mr.  Williams' bill for the fixing   the royalty   shall    be   75     cents per!  of a  minimun-.1   wasre   in    coal  mines   thousand feet.       From  Jan.   I,  102G, '  SH1.AF WHEAT, 2c    per   sheaf; oat seems fated similarly. , to  Jan.  1. l'JIU, all timuer cut under  hay baled, $10 per ton; timothy hay      /lSj;]e    from    t]iC    ..stimetes���������������������������which   special  or    handl iggers'  license is to  $20  p-r  ton;    potatoes,  !?L0   ton.     G. ' ci-yst-l!i;-:c in lar.e    "art the interest   pay an afll'''tional royalty of 25 cents   -iscissvcci^zis^zzsns^  Murdock,  Grindrod. '0f the  private    members  in  sessional   pox"   thoi,s-'lnrl    fc'ct>    making a  total  '" .i-Toceerlinis-the Taxation Act amend-  ro>"ll,t>' of Si-25 wcst of tIlc Cascades  KrrSCBITSSDl  HTUAYEI)���������������������������One    grev    three-year-old  ment bill remains as one of the most   and ?i Cast of lhat ranS������������������ d"^ this  cayusc    marc,    uo   visible     brand. . imij:)rt.int   and   ,i,lUl.���������������������������i;I1,    f..tnrcs   .vycar period.  Strayed to my ranch 1st l-chvu.y.   ^ ^ Qf ^ ^.^  ^ q[ p^-    Pro"ision is also made that on anl  Owner  can-  get   same    by. p.-nvzn r; ..^^ bi]j. of    Ujft 101;J ^.^ ^ Rafter Jan. 1, .316, the fntish Colum-  ownership    and    paving     expenses.  Sa;*?.1. Pierre,   Enderby  Reserve.  Th<  \-r  "'   whole.      Its    outstanding feature, as 'bift lo * scalc nmv in  i:sc v,U;'t of thc   T   A^rT/^l/^O  7  had been   cxpc.t-d.   'is the provision   Cascades, .ball   be used east of that j JUUR & <C1    D  range -the   section    of the    nrovinee  .    .    r       !nr    Hin    nlwnoirinn      of    l)nPt    VT1T     r,(    ' " .->c      i-"U      &C.UUU       UI    I il������������������       IJroVlIlCC  m rivrv/'    [>i*?v-'ciT\rff p,  v,\r-\> K\lt-   Ior  '-ne  amog.uion    cl   ! ait   \_tll.   ol. - i  '���������������������������.v;:,'���������������������������"..;/:;. l/y__"������������������" *= ^.01!������������������-���������������������������������������������c,is ^yy' <���������������������������;><= ������������������������������������**= ������������������������������������>= - - ������������������>��������������������������������������������� .r  . "ft:,;: ;,; \, ri ���������������������������; ; ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������*' ������������������������������������������������������������������������ - p���������������������������.i t,*, ������������������.!���������������������������"-��������������������������� ������������������-f��������������������������� >������������������ ������������������- ^.-f i ���������������������������  ���������������������������-     -     ' - , ���������������������������   i   ,    ��������������������������� hi^-ioric  item    of  tax-Rim  in  Hritish   r������������������3Mlty  m:uJc  to  the  mounts;n  mill- I -  Jne building    formerly   uccnpied  hy   l'1"0"1'  1Lem  -0I  UMllcn  in  "Utisn . ,.-���������������������������r,���������������������������c,-    y <.,     ���������������������������  r  .���������������������������   ,:. .     ,  T^e W-Wrrfss     Fn-Vrhv ��������������������������� where- Columbia d iring-  almost as  leng as , J^n  is because   f-f. thc inferiority of  V       If*      X     , X        7   V the Province has" h-d  '���������������������������** cxi^'Un-e       l c tilllbcr of thu:t scctjnn oi tlle Pro"  ^)-;- will he    pleased to meet all de-.     ������������������  "uuuu  "'jh  11,U1  io> cxi.,un.c.     .   .  ;    Another    recom'men'ation      of    the -.Vij,ce   i:s  cnm^nr^ ' w^  the  timber  'Royal   Commission    which' is by thls-of t!rJ COf:st (listrLcts-  IcMslation-pivon efect of law is tbat      Aftcr  Jrn"  l>-  ]fl1G' tbo royalty  on  siring her services.  Remember   the date  ���������������������������ls-it of Dr.  POI.jrjc.AI,  .cancelling    the    exemntien  of  church   Vailv!W tics-  n������������������w 50c, will be ������������������1 per  S. L. Tauie, Eyesight fvyccinlist of ,sLtcs from  u^tion,  and one aealin-r.cora-  the  Tra^e  Optical   Co.,   0.;igary  and; u.Uh      tho   ST:ec.al    (a,.    uron    CQ,.0i !     -  r Vancouver, who will i <��������������������������� at A. Hooves' j ,,jljch  js  rp,|)(,.(]   frma  nfU,Ln  tQ   l;,.,  Dnur    Store,     Enderby,      Saturday, |CQ,,ls'pcr   LoI).    wM1C|   cn    the other | ^NDEKDY    C-ONS^]?V^TI\ E  M_.rch  l.;t.       If    there,   is    anytbinr , ^^  th(J iayaWm  upon  t���������������������������0RC  insti. j i^ ASSOCIATION  wrom with your eye si-l.t, don't fail | tutions en;?nrcd in lhR h;inkim, b���������������������������si_! J. r,. P.PTTAN,       A.V. f"RO?SMAN  to cnns:ilt him.     All work absolutely,^  is    ra.,fcoriR]ly    inCrcase-.l.   banks *       Prusidcnt.    ' .       Secretary  jrur.r*.intcc:l as teste!.  ^avorite  Kew Stcck .  Just  Arrived  Incss  is    materially   increase'!,   banks*  '. havint  Int one  central eistablisItRient ,  iin the    Province    paving   thereon an1  [>L"..\SKD WITH PROGRESS :MAPF. ������������������������������������������������������f.Iin,1.ll    c���������������������������Qtnbi'tiPn"   to    revenue   of '���������������������������.    '������������������������������������������������������fl.o'jC instead of S'.fiOO as i.eretrfore,  Tl'.1;  lullo.viivr   lettn- speaks  for  THE CHURCHFS  CHURCH OF ENGLAND (Rt.George)  Sunday Services---8 a.m., Holy Com-  union;   11     a.m.,     Morni:  7:30 p.m.,  l.vcnin.^ Prayer.  fO^~>      "OWWT        Enderby's Gents ��������������������������� J  f0*10^     it  ^OjJaIaJLa     Furnisher and Shoe Man fc  ^ . '��������������������������� i      \  "i"���������������������������< *~^i ������������������*i-vrr-v-T-r g -r__.*-ji  REV. :,I.  1<\  MILTON,  Vicar.  lt-"  and  the  taxation  nf   each  a Idithnal  ���������������������������.,.. ', ,        .,, .       ,,       ,, ,   .       mrnion;   11     a.m.,     Mornin.*;  Praver;  M'i- branch    within    the    l'rovirK.'e    bcfiv;  _.���������������������������_  i>o.-artment  of  Agriculture,  Victoria. , ti0nl)!e.i���������������������������-bcintr    ?*_r>0    per  l-.'-anch   per :  P-th    Fo'h- ary,     lRi:-l:     To  Claude ��������������������������� ann,!ln jn    f::{,urc,    instead cf ?125 as i  ;-:., ff.-.n-li���������������������������c::.   Rccy-Trr-as.  Northern   in thr, ;),.Bt :   i--xm-:RI5V  iMETHODIHT  CMUUGII   I  f)'-.'n":an   t-'armers'   Institute: .     ^  (.[r;i[.    lin,\    romjTPhrnsh e  derni-      Sund'iy Services���������������������������- Divine Worship at j  Vo::-:  Sir:   I  have    before  me  yours   tio!)  is  prov;-;Cfi   f-,r  j-jnii:o,- ]:in;iK (,f   H ;i.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m. ,  or'  _':.-   1 ;tb,    cncl.'Si,i;r    copies  of  re-   cvo,.y   irra,]c   an:i  c].,f3i  ;J!<|   t>,0  m!l.   Epworth   f.easrue;    Thursday,   S  p.m., :  -i-looting- On���������������������������Inp.k--_���������������������������i_j r ti���������������������������l:��������������������������� ���������������������������!__; _���������������������������i ]_u���������������������������.,t���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-'��������������������������� I,.,.) ;.i \_n..-,,.!:..i-:,.^^;(���������������������������1;-..,_._  rc_-__r-cjr_ps.  A ti 11  1  WW sji  I *!# -  _lliI']li__3V!_>/      ���������������������������������������������>;  L   ii'  _____!__-  , i- ri ii' 1 *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������rn���������������������������crjTTnrcTTTn���������������������������r-5���������������������������rrn i.i ij . v i���������������������������rrnrt���������������������������^i���������������������������m  We have served thc people of Enderby in their  grocery wants J'or a good many years, and have  ahvays aimed, to give the highest quality of: goods  at a living price.  1  in-: over  th" newspaper cutt vry which , simj.lif'rfi  in   rts".*.<_t t"  the payment   to everyone to wc,rs':ip with us. i    S  y .11  ha'-.- s-nt.  trivint: lh" president's , hy      tj^bprmpi    (,.   tbe    treasury  ol      UEV.  .1.  C. UHOWN, M.A.,  Pastor.  I'lll'lSBY PEIIIAX   CHUlU'll     '���������������������������  i't.   A. rn ire ws  Sun.lay    Ki-rvicrs  -II   a.m.  and  7:f!0  ).m.;   Y.P.S.r.E.,   .M,,n.l -y,  7:80  p.m.  ,,    ......     ..,,     M,���������������������������   ,.....-���������������������������  .    . ... , HEV.   I).   CUIPDELL,   I'astor. |  I'i   Ti-K.pl/   n������������������i   sifdl'M'   l'n.'������������������  and     the    s^rr-tary's   r-pr.rts,   I   was t)loil.  ,)r-OIjorti���������������������������n     ()f    L;;i.  cnKL  0f   re. ;  v-r.j-y  m .eh   struck    with tlu> s;.-Ie-idi;l fru-sfation  and    fire    prjteclhm  ser-  Wf-y in  whi< !i vc.11 arc c-n.li.cfi'1^ thc vices,  w- r'c  cf  vo v    Institute.      V'>;i  hnve    (���������������������������;���������������������������;���������������������������; - j 11* i  'c.t  down to biisiin-.-f, and I .    ],\.n ,w\n.:    conf-ri'iaTs    1  1H1I  .,}���������������������������,, yj  Our stock in ail lines is most complete, our prices  are right, and we will give you the best possible  service.  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B. C.    ]  I  Mtiiy   wi--.ii    that    all     tbe   Institutes   ,(.Vr.r;!l   diys    (,f    the.    jiast  week   le-  'aa-i*r _..,t._������������������__������������������rt-jL-U--ri.BtT ir\m  -^���������������������������a;iT������������������ ���������������������������tAirjjj^.'.T.i. i-ur-  n  I.:..n, _Y.'.  I.I. .R.j.-._n.:ni.:t.:r .jL..    J''1.1^!'! Li M'Tl^T.('.'J.1.''t/JM   !'!, ���������������������������  i'ia ���������������������������-"���������������������������rntinn     (,f  libraries  is  a   l-.n,!s(   .,���������������������������,!   ���������������������������   craniniHi-c   riMtrescril ira;      Suud.ty      Services -Sunday    school,  f-lh" ' ...... r     .  i.i  ;.!f>.-������������������, and    in  course .if time   t]K>   Co-.ut    and    Mountain     Lumber-   H)  a.m.;    rc-iilar    service,  ;i:.'10   p.m.;  f.-'i's As-s.icial bins,  :.n n;'!"cm<-,'L  re-   1'rayir .-ervice,   Wednes.lay,  7:30  p.m.  yp.ii ,-h.p'i'd ! t- aide In c ;!i"-t, a lari-c  :,..,!mi* df luii'-.s wbi'h v. ill pr'ivc of  t!:.*1 :���������������������������:(������������������������������������������������������('('-t '-'M-vici' tr. ; i! f:\i'ini rs. I  ;i:n :r\;i.\ ;\\rn fo see Unit y.ui are  ta'ui*"'. *'p fo operative work in buy-  nir .-tires, sei .Is and i-cin-ral supplies  and ;.!su tbat you are advocating tin:  Ir.^tin-: of cows. Alt'.: 'tdier, 1 am  vciy 1 leased v,if.li this \ery e;oo 1 report-, and coti'-fratulate your Institute  on the i:ood whirh y hi are accom-  plis!.iri'_;.  V01.is  \cry  truly,  WM.   Fi.  SCOTT,  Sujifrintendent   of   Institutes  ���������������������������a).I'm;   tbe  que-1 inn   of  rovalfies  to  REV.  II. (}.   STIOWAUT,   I'astor.  ANNOUNCEMENT  ���������������������������>���������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������    .���������������������������l*4._ll  . ���������������������������-*    <<iuJ f'Mlfttl  W' F. wish  to announce to tbe people    of     Enderby    and    surrounding  District,  that on  March   1st,  we  will  take    over    the  business  of  J,  W.  EVANS & SON, an.I wo take  this    opportunity    to solicit your  pa tri ina_,ft.  Our aim will  lie to sell at prices  tbat  will  enable  you   to  trade in  yon;- home town,  and at the same time save  money.      As  soon  as  weather  permits, we will enlarge    our    store,  and  will  Till-'   ALWAVS   I'NIEOR.M   I'M.OI'U <'airy  as  elfin   and   up-to-date  stock of     CENTS'      KURN1SHJNCS      and  .AI. Pel's   U������������������--r      .M.-'ntain*--   its  bi"h ''^"CI'IJUl'lS  as will be found  in  the Valley.        Small    profits   and  quick  standard' n\    qualityT e'u-h'sack   cmi- ,"l,in,s wiU  be 01,r muU'������������������'  tuinintr  tlou'r    that    will  act  ]ike  tlie While we do not wish  to confine our    business   strictly    to  a cash  last sack  and always id ves you  s;*fiod | basis,  it is our intentions to stick to a    thirty-day    system    as    close as  results in bread baking.     Wc exercise; possible,  which makes it better for o'-ir customers and ourselves.     In case  no end of rare in clean in.; and wash- \ you cannot settle in  this length of time, we   will    be   only too pleased  to  in_r  wheat    and    also    in   millinj,  our ; ficcommodate you until convenient.  M'dT,?t's   liest  f'nur.      Tliis  all   ineans '  .siicwys   to    tho    baker.    Vour   rrocer Thanking  you   in  anticipation,  we are,  ::clls  it.    If  he    does md,  call  up our' Voiirs truly,  oliicc,   'phone -11. ���������������������������  'i'lie   ('(diiinbia   Ebnirinu*   Mills   Co. '  Ltd..   Enderbv  ���������������������������'  T'-.l  9  ?������������������������������������k&lQ  LL   BROS-  j f 1 K n B S     i'_a    \_v it- fiJ I tL^  FROM  RHADING,   KNdLAND:  A. J. Woodward  Pol.- AKtnt,  511 Granville Street, Vancouver  615 Fort Street    .     .    Victoria j  (.'iitnleinie on Apiilii'.'ition I  CITY OE VERNON  Hen veil" i 111; Contract  T15NDEKH, marked "Scavenging  Contract" will be received by thc  undersigned up to 5 p.m., 15th March  1.913, for the clearing of night soil  boxes and collection of garbage in  thc City of Vernon, for six months,  from 1st April, and also for twelve  months from thc same date.  Particulars may bc had at the City  Ollice. Lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  P. O. TATE, City Clerk.  The Choicest on the Market  A  msi^J\yo  ?ox of 3 Cakes  Everything to keep the skin  clean and in the pink of  condition.  ���������������������������0000 ao 00 0000 0000 o 000000  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Clill'St. Mnileiby  w


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