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 ia     ���������������������������  I i  i  -���������������������������wu'i ������������������������������������������������������������������������*__��������������������������� F_������������������^a������������������5_f^i  ^^���������������������������^rr^KvnMoMM^'v  Enderby, B. C.,   January 30, 1913  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 5; No. 48; Whole No. 257  Happenings in the Local Field of First Interest to Home Readers  Born���������������������������To Mr. and Mrs. S. H.  Speers,  Jan. 22nd, a son.  Mrs. Jas. McMahon returned from  a trip to the coast Friday morning.  Mrs. J. J. Clarke and son arrived  from thc coast the past week, to  join her husband.  Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnston were  visiting Enderby friends last week,  from their new home in Nelson.  Ed. Haynes returned from a two-  months' visit to his old home in  Tonbridge, Kent,  Eng.,  this week.  The snow plow was busy on the  sidewalks this week, and now that  mellow January thaw is doing the.  rest.  George Ormsby    has opened a general merchandise    store   at,   Lumby,  and ,has met with great success from  _-the day_ of opening.  At a meeting    of the Curling Club  last evening it was decided to reduce  the ���������������������������_$. to   $5    for   all   new members  * entering for the balance of the season  ���������������������������Chas. W. Littic and C. S. Hand-  - cock- returned from Victoria this  .week, where they have been in attendance-on thc Central Farmers'"Institute.  The Mara Musical & Athletic Association contemplate holding their annual nrasquerade ball on' Feb. 21st,  and are determined to make this the  dancing event of the season.  The    Board    of   Trade will furnish  copies   of   the    Vernon News special  number    to   all    persons desiring to.  mail  same    to   eastern  friends.   Mr.  Packham will supply them.  ..Mr. S. Hardy was in Enderby on  Wednrsday en route from Vancouver  to Vernon. Mr. Hardy has been ill  in  the    coast    metropolis  since  New  neck were eaten    olf each fowl to the | would be   possible   for all phone pa-  "Yearsr-5    H'c^is   smwly^etting~iiacir  his old-time vigor.  The return of the curlers from  thc Vernon bonspiel has revived interest in thc local schedule games.  These were all thrown over from  last week, and the schedule then  posted is being played oft this week.  A ..distinct   earthquake    shock was  shoulders, but the bodies were not  touched. Mr. Waby has sent the  owl to the government zoo at Victoria, it being the finest specimen he  ever has seen in captivity.  It always means a night of unqualified enjoyment whenever the local lodge Knights of Pythias give an  evening to their friemls, the public.  Their annual ball given in their hall  last Friday night was no exception.  The hall was crowded to the doors  with the merriest lot of dancers ever  gathered together, and the music and  management filled every requirement  looking to the .comfort and pleas-ire  of their guests. The hall was artistically decorated by Electrician  Mann, the light effect being soft and  delicate, and harmonizing so nicely  with the- general-"atmosphere of tlie  gathering.   ��������������������������� . ���������������������������  " Great preparations are being made  for the Military Ball to be held in  the Opera- House on the evening of  Feb. 14th. The officers and men of  Enderby troop, B. C. H., will spare  neither pains nor expense" to make'  this the one big event of'tSe year.  Already they are assured of havinT  the hall crowded, and are making  extensive preparations, in music,  programmes and supper service for  one of the largest ball-room gatherings ever taken care of in the city.  A number from Armstrong, M.ra,  Hullcar and neighboring places have  already   expressed   their intention of  attending.  0 '  At a meeting of the Associated  Boards of Trade in Vernon last Wednesday, at which all the Boards in  the Valley except Enderby were represented, several resolutions were  -passed==dealing="-with=matters=:of^in^  terest to the district. One urged the  provincial government to build a  road into the Okanagan from Fire  Valley; another endorsed the resolution from Penticton asking the government to refuse to grant the Okanagan Telephone Cnmpnny additional  privileges    allowing   them    to estab-  ENDERBY DOWN IN HOCKEY  The Enderby Hockey team went to  Armstrong    last    Wednesday evening  trons of the company to make use of  cheir telegraph system from their  homes, and, in the Okanagan, the  rate on a ten-word message would |for a league game. They played the  be reduced from 50c to 25c. Thc res-j game and worked hard, but lost,  olution was passed by the Executive.   Tbe score   stood    10-2 at the finish.  The Armstrong team  is composed of  illustrated, arrangements have been  made whereby they will be admitted  to the front rows at a charge of 25c.  The curtain will rise on the first act  at 8 p.m.  PASSES PEACEFULLY AWAY  a bunch of heavy   men, end all hard  players who can take and give a lot  Mrs. Robt. Bailey went to her bedj^ rough   P1^1^-       The "suit was  ,,_���������������������������,,, .        c   .. !distinctly    against   the younger and  last   Wednesday   evening    feeling   as1,. ..        , .  ..     .  J a ������������������ ������������������        .lighter players of the home team. In  well as usual,   and passed off into a'this game Sidney  Speers nearly lost  peaceful sleep.     Later in the evening', his left eye   by    coming    in contact  when others    of   the household  were!*0 on������������������ of the    rushes with the point i gent's    furnishings    and   'boots    and  IMPORTANT   BUSINESS    CHANGE  The Enderby Trading Company  this week announces a - change of -  ownership, Mr. George Bell withdrawing from the firm and E. R.  Peel and Wm. Woods assuming the  full responsibility of the company's  business. Mr.    Peel   retains     the  about to retire, Mr. Bailey went to(of a hockey stick- The injury-has  the bedside of his ' mate and was!put hira out of the ������������������ame for the sea'  shocke'd to'discover that she was"not.son' if not for good-  breathing. Resoiratlon hadappar-| 0n Frid^ evening a return game  ently ceased some time l.efore, aidlwa8 played on the-Enderby ice. For  there was no indication that" her !a- time {t looked favorable for the  sleep had boen" disturbed by anything iEnderby b������������������ys" They-took the ag-  approaching pain.-      -'  --' '-   " vyjgressive at the start, and scored two  Mrs. Bailey    had been ill-for manyjs������������������als before the visitors got down to  weeks."    She was improving to some jworlc'     ^hen a   heavy-snowfall covered the ice,   and   put.an end to the  extent,    and ..insisted upon being up  and about the home attending to the jfast'work  shoes branches of the business while  Mr. Woods takes over the groceries,  dry goods and hardware departments.  They will continue business in the  Bell block, ,an<l will make" very-few  changes in the general management  or method .of < conducting the busi-.  ness.        " _ ���������������������������'���������������������������'.',.    ^  Little.need be said of this business  change. Mr. Bell, since removing to  Victoria, has been eminently, success-"  At   the   same time "the  ful-ih! his" land' investments,- and his'  it   was    her pleasure t~'visitors hegan  "mixing" things,  and I interests there demand his'entire at-."  little care  perrormr~"7-Th"eTe^wa"^^^  of any extra " weakness when she re-;heads cracked in awkward collisions,  tired Wednesday evening an;i the | At thc caU of time the scPre stoo:l  end came as peacefully as" thc. night's J4"4' and in    thc    Play-������������������ff the heavier  ��������������������������� team added   two    more.     The sensa-  tention. ���������������������������Mr...vPeel and.Mr. Woods  are'too- weel-known in this district  to require any introduction. They  have grown up with the business of  the Trading Company���������������������������have made it,  in fact, and in-the making, have won  the support ancl " esteem of a very  desirable    class    of   patrons.   . That  slumber.  Her sons and' daughters were atjtiDnal play of the game v,'as Chr.[*-  at once notified and John H. came!tio's spurt from onc cml of thc rink  in    from     Vancouver,    Walter    froir_-ito  the    ot!ier-     carrying    the    puck  Kamloops,  and    her   daughter,  Mrs' ' through  the    redshirts  and  into the j they will continue   to hold these de-  L. Burns, from Carmia, B.C, to at- ' Armstrong goal.      It   was a piece of  sirable patrons goes without saying  tend  the    funeral,    which  took  place 'remarkably  clever   work.      Otherwise  from St. George's church  Sunday af-.thc gamc was anything but brilliant  ternoon, anl was one of the largest-  ������������������winS to thc   persistent heavy snow-  attended ever noted  in Enderby. The:fa11-  many handsome floral pieces hetolc-! Tuesrlny evening the home team  ened the high esteem in which the ivisitocl Vernon for the second game  deceased lady was held by all who ;tberc- 0n this occasion the lineup  knew her. !was the same   as when they met the  Mrs. Bailey was one of the nioneer   Vernon team on  Enderby ice:  women    of    Enderbv.  Twenty-five  and we bespeak for them the continuance of their profitable business.  FOR EXCHANGE  The best    clothing    and gents'  furnishings    business    in the Okanagan;  doing     .$50,000    a    year,    all     cash.  S tock=Hiul-==fi x tu res^a bou tr^^O^OOOr  Lease over four   years to run.  Store    _     lish.a .telegraph service.in connection.  felt in    Enderby    about 9:30  Sunday  with their tcle,,hone systom. anotner  asked for the    building of a road to  morning. Several persons noticed it  and, later, it was reported from  other Valley points. There was the  swimming, swaying sensation and  the rattling of windows and doors,  but no further damage reported.  Miss Cobb favors thc Press with a  very interesting specimen of the iris  reticulata, whose flower is much  daintier and deeper colored than  that of the common type of iris and  its branches, like the flower, are hollow and three cornered instead of  broad and petaloid. It is said to  produce most abundantly in the early spring and is considered the most  showy of out-of-door plants of the  iris family.  H. E. Waby lost three valuable  birds in his poultry yards last week.  A trap was set for the marauder  and the following morning he discovered a fine specimen of horned  .owl in the trap, held by the toes of  one foot. He endeavored to release  tlie owl and crate it, but.'in doing so  the wise bird pinched him until he  let go. The owl made off with trap  and all to the bush, where Mr. Waby  later    captured   him.     The owl took  connect Naramata and Kelowna; another urged thc dredging of the Okanagan river, and another dealt with  thc amendment of thc fruit marks  act. The feeling was expressed that  thc Enderby Board was not showing  the interest that was desirable if the  interests of this end of the Valley  are to he kept before the investing  public.  Manager Dobie, of the Okanagan  Telephone Company appeared before  a meeting of the Executive of thc  Enderby Board of Trade Wednesday  afternoon to ask the Board to endorse the application of his company  to thc provincial government for thc  extension of its franchise privileges  to include the right to establish a  telegraph system in connection with  its telephone system. Mr. Dobie  pointed to the. thorough work of the  company since it became established  in this section of the Valley, and  said that what it had done in the  past it would do in the future, only  on a larger and more extensive scale  if it should be granted the telegraph  privileges.       Under    the   system  his  years ago she came with Mr. Bailey  and family from Derbyshire, En^..  and they took up their abode in the  cottage on   the<   corner    of Mill and  Belvedere   streets.     There thcy lived ,Antilla'  A R-  Win'r   Simms  until about two years a-o, when th-  growth of thc.town  forced them  far-  Smith  Goal     Pills  Johnson,  W  Point  ,  Dale'new aml    thoroughly   modern.      Will  Duncan,  W  C. Point ...Rcinhart.G   exchange    for    close-in    property    or  Christie  Rover    Atkin-,   ,and-      AppIy owner, P. O. Box 38G,  Duncan,  G   Centre   Conn  Johnson, C ...L. wing   Simms  This gamc was very fast rnd clean.  Vernon.  Thc Poison Furniture Company is  showing a fine class of pictures that  : were .ordered _.for the _holiday._tra.-le   thcr-awiiy~ from-the" hlisihcss" ccntro,"!Intlle" secnTld "20 min-.tcs- thc-Endcr-1  and they bought the home where by team WnR handicapped hy Charlie !b,lL (ll(1 not roach ,,(!re ,inLiI tbc *nid-  thcy have since lived, corner of Re- Johnson hcini: hurt and put out ofj'1'0 of January. Thcy would have  gent street and Railway avenue the  gamc    thereby.       Thcy    finished lin"de hnnrtsnme Christmas gifts,   hut  with the score 5-6 in fnvrr of Vernon. 'arc J"sL   ns    handsome  now as then  jand can bc    purchased for much  less  i money.       Thc   same may hc said  of  AT THR OPERA HOUSE 'the doll carriages   just in stock and  - . -.- | thc handsome parlor pieces that were  The fourteen dav  The    death   of    Mrs.    Bailey takes  from our midst a gentlewoman of the  G- A- I3l'own was referee  truest type.   She  was the mother of  nine children, seven of whom survive  her, and in the character ,of each and -,  .    .  all    there    is   much   of     thc     little I    T������������������-night rrintrsday) a comic opera | latc in arriving  mother's nobility. Ever kind, loving and trie, she carried into  every walk of life she entered something worth while. The loss sustained by the husband and children  is but a reflex of that felt by the  host of friends who had the honor of  sale    the   company    is    inaugurating  means rare values for somebody.  will bc given    in    the Enderby Opera  House     by     the     Choral      Society.  "Columbus,    in    A-merry-key" is the  title of   the   play,   and it is said to     The Young    Turks have ousted  the  abound   in    laugh-provoking climaxes  ������������������1''1   ,purks   in    Constantinople,    bag  coupled  with    bright,    catchy music.  Special    costumes    and  scenery  have  knowing Mrs. Bailey intimately,  and   been mafl������������������ for    the occasion, and thc  thc community at large. j voices    will    number 38.     The mem-  Her surviving children are: R. N. Ibcrs of tbo Choral Society have put  Bailey, constable of Enderby; John  H. Bailey, of Vancouver; Wm. Bailey,  of Toronto; Walter Bailey, Kamloops; Mrs. Emily Campbell, Enderby  Mrs. Liza Burns, Carmia, and IV\*s.  Agnes Hooper, Vancouver.  and baggage, peace negotiations and  all, and there is to bc a renewal of  hostilities on   the part of the allies.  past illness, and also for their beau-  one pullet each night.   The head and-company    proposed    to inaugurate it'tiftil floral offerings.  Mr. Bailey and family wish to extend their heartfelt thanks to their  many friends who have been so kind  and   helpful    during     Mrs.    Bailey's  in a great deal of time preparing to  give this opera in the best manner  possible, and the public are promised  at least two hours of genuine refined amusement, nnd we are sure no  one will regret having secured a seat.  The Society certainly deserve the  support of our theatre goers. Tickets are on sale at A. Reeves' and thc  Enderby Music store, while the plan  of seats is at the store of the former.  In order to give the school children  a chance of seeing an historicl topic  You will find thc complctest line of  visiting cards ready to be printed  upon at the Walker Press that were  ever shown in Enderby.  Send your watch repairing to  Whiting, the jeweler, Vernon, if you  want first-class workmanship...*'.   4t  J. E. Crane says there is no sewing machine quite so perfect as the  White rotary.  See the lino of folding couches just  received by the Poison Furniture Co. n-lK ENDERBY PRESS AN!) WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January Wi 19&5  ENDERBY PRES  c  .l.li-l:  'I   i'\i'|->    'rh'ii'.iluy   :il    l-fiulri-liy.  .'. i'i >��������������������������� -. c.-u-, li.v ilii< Wiilk.-i- I'lt-.-.-p.  H.C. ill  ,\.|\ i'i I i-iiijr   li.-iti-,:   "I"i-ii11.-n��������������������������� 111. ."ine  .-in  nirli  Mo-:  i!.-"I tli,ll. -J'il- "ilrll    ���������������������������.i|li-.i<|l.'i'lll   lll-.'l ii.'.l.     (''ill-  I'iiri   <ii\ i i i iMii,r.  'i  nn nnill iicr uiiiiu li.  the trading centre of this prosperous  section uf the Okanagan, wo must  provide accommodation t ir the men  on the land who arc doing so much  to develop their particular part of  the district.  or one-eighteenth of thc amount  spent, in rndia, while the returns to  the Crown were .$2,800,001). British  Columbia's forests are likely to produce $15,500,000 annual revenue, according to Mr. Benedict of the Forest  Branch.  .. v,..i :  ������������������������������������������������������:.(. li  ��������������������������� in'.-s:    i-i ;i tin.' iii a in.-.���������������������������! t rnn:  uti-i'r|iii'ii! in.'-.'i'iimi.  r ,\'p/i.i.> mil l.i.r:il.-   I'n.- ;i lim-.  all  Ml  WOULD     OI'POSK    DKVKLOI'MKNT  \rr  xx  JAN Ll A in' :ju.  1913  CI.XT1.AL ACKNCY  FA YORKI)  At a    meeting    of    the    Associated  B >nrds  of Trade    of the  Valley, held  last,  week    in    Vernon,    a    resolution  was  brought    forward  by representatives  from    Siimmcrliind  and   Pcntic-  ll.  will   be    remembered    by  all  fa-, ton    and     finally    passed,   requesting  miliar   with  the  obstacles which  con-.the B.   C.   Government    to   refuse  to;  fronted   thc    Central    Agency,   estab-  aHow  the  Okanagan  Telephone  Com-I  lishc-d in Revelstoke some three years  pany    to   increase    its charter privi-  FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD  VJ.  i  Zy  Bank of  CROSSING   TROUBLES  Kditor The IDnderby Press:  Kslablishfal   1M17  Capital,  $16,000,000 Rest,   %l0,000,000  Mon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona nnd  Mount Royal G.  0. M-. O.  President, R.  il. Angus,  Esq.   Vicc-Prcsiden ,]1.  V. Meredith  BRANCHES  IN  LONDON,  ENG., NEW  YORK and  CHTCAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received  from ?l  upwards, and  interest allowed  at current rates.  Interest credited   50th  June and filst December.  KNDKRUY BRANCH ''"       A.   K.  Taylor,   Manager  Dear Sir:   Far    be   it    from mc,  a  mere rancher, to kick against   the be-  , ,    .,   ,        .   , .. ,       .  ,      havior of any organization so world-  ago  for the   pun-ose or  handling thc  l������������������*Kes t.o enable, it to establish a- tele-   ^^  ^  ^  Q   p    R     ^ ^  ^^  fruit  and   farm    produce   of  the  pro- graph  service as  well  as a  telephone  vince,    and    which    later  failed  after service.      A  similar resolution  was a  the   lirsc  season's    operations,   owing few weeks    ago   sent   to the  various  I. j the    failure   of    the fruit growers municipal   councils  in   the  Valley and .,.._. _Ui    _._...     , ,   .,      ,     JL.|  and      produce      handlers      to    come it was passed    by many of them, ap-  torwar.l  with  the  amount of  produce parently   without    giving  the   matter.  time  1   wonder   if  I  would be   out of !  order to ask a few questions:     Is it i  absolutely     necessary    to      have    a  freight    train    broad-side-on    to  the j  crossing of    the    thoroughfare known  ,. as .Mabel    Lake    road  off and  on all,  promised,    thus    leaving   the  Central  mature    consideration.       Wc   do not, . ..     ���������������������������.   . 1  Agency in a position where it could  not. fill its orders, it will be remembered how at that time Mr. James  .Johnson, of Nelson, fought to preserve the   integrity   'of    the  -Central  of new  telegraph  lines, new railways, i  new     transoortution     lines,    or  anything else    that    would  aid in giving  the    handling  of  busi-  is expressed  that if  understand      what      the    Associated!  Boards of Trade and the various city !  .councils  can    hope    to    gain  by this1  retrograde   resolution.      As well ask!  the Government to stop the  building!      ,,  ' (matters  Agency, and how bitterly he was assailed for so doing, it is therefore  a    pleasure    to    note    that    since  a  change  has    eonre   in  the attitude, or  facilities   fv>r  the  fruit    growers    of    the Province,   ncss-      Thc  fcfU  and  they  are now   clamoring for the  establishment   of    a  Central  Agency,  they have  chosen  Mr.   Johnson  to be  their spokesman    in    presenting  their  case  before .the   Government at   Victoria.      Mr.   Johnson  was granted an  interview    a   few    days ago with the  Premier,    the    Attorney-General    and  the -Minister  before  them  ! morning (mostly on/? Tt is sometimes useful to be able to use this  road, even between the busy hours  of from 9  to 11  a. m. Also,  as a  man absolutely unversed in railroad  I would ask if it is compul-  jsory for a stationary and painfully  :evident engine to suddenly and with-  ! out warning emit a noise quite un-  ��������������������������� equalled by thc fog horn of the late-  Finest in the Country  ''Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook*the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Kxtiact from bowery's Lcd^cO  lamented Titanic.     Of course,  I  own  the    Okanairan    Telephone    Company j.,  ! tnat,  were  allowed  to  operate  a  telegraph  as    a    sport,  from the man-on-  the-engine's    point    of view,  it must  ine in con junction with its telephone,.   , .   ,     r    ,     ,.       , ,14,  1 take a  lot  of    beating  to watch  the  system, it would soon get-a monopoly on this rapid means of communication. Therefore, it is argued, it  .'would never do to permit it to build  and   operate    a    telegraph   line  in le-  of    Agriculture    to  i}ly ' pendent of   ir in conjunction with  its  the  urgency  and   neces-;Present system.  si ty of the establishment of a central  distributing agency for marketing  'the pro'lucc of the Province. The  matters submitted by Mr. Johnson  io.the ministers ��������������������������� were embraced in a  memorial- prepared by the Central  Farmers'  Institute  of British  Colum-  j We do not know what the people of  jthe lake district have against the  Okanagan Telephone Comnany. We  'do know they are bitterly opposed '������������������  .to the Company and fight it at" e'very  ��������������������������� turn of the road.  Wc do  not    know    whose capital is  tiia, in v. Inch the belief was expressed :baCk nf Uie Oknnnpan Telephone Com- ; acroRS  that  it is  essential  to  the successful1 pany'  nnrl  we (,������������������- "ntenre.   Wc know  that since ' this    conrpanv took  over  frantic eilorts of "some miserable  teamster endeavoring to stop a runaway team1, or t.> listen to the small  talk of the said teamster; or to  stand by and watch another wildly  trying to put on a load of" "Moffet's  Best" "with one hand while holding  his team with the other. Then, of  course, also, there is always the employment which these little spurts  ord Mr. McMahon during the dull  sea's 311, " which,- however,-is almost  cancelled by- the sight of - one .of  Messrs. Poison's trusty staff rushing  the river bridge; with a large  parcel  after    some rapidly retreating  King Edward Hotel,,?;  H. MURPHY  oprietor  Enderby  T  ewm  chine  marketing  of  the    fruit  and   produce'"1'' *"-"    l,,,a    ^ ������������������"'!'".������������������   ������������������������������������������������������"*  u^'''  customer"  whose    team   happened   not  that    the    Government    advance   the ���������������������������the  telephone    business    in  this  part, to ,lHVC hcen ,,hL  Jn stock this week. It is the best or I wouldn't bc selling it. See it  and try-it before buying; it will pay youJto investigate; easy terms at  fair prices.  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  ���������������������������O  Disc Records  Perforated-Music Rolls, from 15c up  For all^'Player Pianos  ./ *   Always in stock   ���������������������������      .".        .:".-*..  Leave your order with us for Edison or Disc Records,,if we haven't  :what you want in stock. See and hear the Gouiiay-Anga-his  Piano. -'"'.  J.E.CRANE,  funds necessary  lishment-   nf    fl  to  the proper estab- :of (,ie  Vrtllcy'  we ,mn! I,ee'1 s'iven aa  central   distributing :infinitpl>' 1>oUcr sorvicc t,mn WHS ^r'v'  ; Akr������������������nt also for Church and Parlor O11.1111R  ; A 1st) Kiiv and L.ifo Insurance  i Ollice in hrick block opp. Tlio WnlUor I'ross.  up  in a wiping :  ,���������������������������, ���������������������������   ollice   for  all   fruit   growers,   associations,  institutes or fruit and  produce [[y .������������������'vnc/1    comP>'">'-      Ro  for as  companies,    win    wish   to. join  under  one sellintr  and  .distributing  agency  en or could  hc given  under the local-  Rn-  r, .derby  district   is concerned,  we  have  1 yet to hear a siiv/le complaint about  Deer  ie Government has during the  past   Lho con,!>any   "'' the  treatment of its  few years supnlicl the services of a  markets cimmissioner to the fruit  and produce growers, and should  such a distributing agency be established, the markets commissioner  and his agents would become of the  utmost value to everyone connected  with the farming and fruit-growing  industry.  It  was sugrestcd    in   the  memorial  .-UlilL-tho (Jovernm.e.nt_shmi 1 d__.uaran_-  patrons. Viewinti the question from  what we have read and seen yi connection with the lake light against  the company, we are free to confess  that it looks to be a purely personal  matter fostered by the men who held  shares in the old independent lake-  shore c nnpany. who have been unable to dictate the policy of thc new  company with reference to loc-il conditions there    prevailing.      It  is  tjo  shed and therefore absolutely refused j  , to  remain   oh    fhe    citv  side   of  the ;  ' 1    ��������������������������� 1 " '  ' bridge. 1  1 ' '  ' Of course, I know that most people :  j when they read this will merely re- j  , mark "buffalo chips," but at the!  I same time. I am sure that if enquiry j  : were male it would  be found  that DO j  per  cent,   of    owners   and   drivers- of '  horses would agree with me that a J  ��������������������������� little    more   discretion    might    very j  easily    be     used      by    these    engine 1  drivers.     During the past vear there .      ,      .  -       moderate charge.  :havc been    not   one but several  very j       1(i0 llCre8i  sub-divided into 20-acre lots  close calls on    account  of the  trains ; per acre.  at  this  crossing,    and. if  tho  present!        r,cl- i" on the lirst block and make money on the advance  Knriovby Airent  -5J-  rui  ENDERBY -  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Knderby and are espccial-  y- snitud for Fruit and Vegetables, a,rul, having been in crop pare in splen-  lid condition for planting.  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction to  itirckascrs free of charge, or orchar      will be    planted    ami e.-ied  for at a  now on the market at   .sl17n  r.ee a.sum s'l/lid'ent for this purpose  and (hat every fruit and produce  projiifine: district which Ins fruit,  and pro-luce to dispose of outside its  local requirements, and every association and fruit selling company  who wish to co-operate through a  central distriluitiiiL' agency, shall  send a delegate to }) meetinu lo in-  ���������������������������"ni!hr.17~who" shall "arrange'for "the appointment of a munauer and distrib-  ul.-T. having the necessary assist  ants under  him.  The necessity of erecting and csinb-  lisbinu' rol<l slor.'iL'e or other ware  hmiscs in the chief cities of \\v> Provinces of Alberta. Saskatchewan and  Manitoba, as well as in Hrifish f'o  liimhia, was also pointed out, so  that fruit and produce can bc stored  in safety during adverse market conditions.  A   r.i:SI\KKS   NKfKHSlTV  qietty a mafter to be lostercfl by the  Associated Boards of Trade, or t)  be endorsed by the civic councils of  the Valley. It appears to be as  movement to block the wheels of  [ir>ii;rcss.  "sport"  continues  .inevitable Also.  a  bad  accident is  _i f_-n.-odernt.cd. _ i t ..  Apply  to-  GEORGE_PACKHAMt..  H.   (VK   CUKAT   KOitKST   WKAI/I'II  A letter has been received at the  Forc'f liraneh fi-f.m a noted pr ifes-  sor in fhe University of I'ldimburgh.  Scotland, who is desirous of having  a full M't of photographs and lantern  slides to illustrate. a course nf lectures in Forest Administration in  the principal countries of the world.  The young men in Kur tpe who are  goin-.; into forestry work are becoming deeply interested in the development nf the forest policy in Canada,  and in particular in Ilritish Columbia,   which    contains half  the   timber  , might    bc    possible    to    leave    town 1  ; without  looping    the loop  round  the  'city  four times as  was  thc case last i  week with the Ifupel stage when both.  roads  were    blocked    with    what ap- '  pcarc-d  fo bc markcl  subcess. ',  .    I speak  on   behalf also of my pas-  Iscngcrs, many of whom are in a deli-:  ' Tate .state of* health and on their way ;  to recuperate tinier  the  influences of:  ��������������������������� the  famously    healthy    Mabel    I.ake j  Valley:   while   t\    shock  to their ner-!  yous sysletn might indeed prove sen-  No.   2 Lath ...per  ous.      I   have    myself  on  several  oc-JNo.   2  Dimension,  casions    noticed    them   after  passing |  the    danfj-erous   zone    to  be  shaking i  like a leaf. Yours  truly, j  .1.  ff.  (5.  HAfRD,  Stage  Driver.  Deer Park  Land  Ofhco,   Knderby.  Fix up your House, Barn  _ and Outbuilding's   Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last:  thousand ...*   2.00No.   3  13ov.   Cedar  Siding    15.0*  ...   12.001x4  No.  1 & 2  Shiplap      14.Ot  These are good values,and you will bc ploawed with them.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. EncUrby  E. J. Mack :    in the whole  Dominion.     There is no'  "riush  Rancher"  in  another column   doubt  that within  a  short lime  this ���������������������������  of  this  issue,    calls  attention  to  the ' province  will   be  the  principal  source :  lack  of  tie    posts    in     Farlerby,  and   of  timber  within  lhc  Kinpirc,  and as  uri'i's  our  City    Fathers to  fake  the , protective    and     other   measures  are'  initial  steps  looking  to   the  installa-   advanced    the.    system  of administra- '  tion  of  this    needful   convenience,    ft j tion will partake of the thoroughness!  is not to thc credit of  Knderby that; seen  in  India,  where since the inaug- j  there  is so    little.,  d ine  in  providing i uration of the Forest  Service by  Sir !  our  farmers   and  ranchers  the  neces-   Dietrich    Drandis,   a   marvellous  sys-!  sary  tie  posts   and   tieshed.      We  do   tern   has  made free    crop   production V%  not know    that   it  is up  to the city ran  advanced  science.     There  was ex-; 4  fathers  to    provide  these  things,   but r pen led   in   India  last  year about $5,-',-<$> Prompt attention to all cus*tomer������������������  it certainly    is    up  to  somebody.    If ; 000,000,  but    this    was returned  with'*  the trade of the farmers and ranchers  is  worth    having    it  is  worth   going i i'"1   Hritish     Columbia    last    year  on  Knderby  provincial  forests  was about  $280,000  I  iffer.    If   we    are     to  make   I.  Livory, Feed & Sale Stable*  ENDERHY. R. C,  Good Rig's;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kind*.  Ctnrfortable and .Commo-  dioui', Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  ������������������,.,,, , ir      l.and-scokci'H   and   Tourists in  $.1,000,000    proht.        The  expenditure   | vitXMl to g-ive us n trial.  An Opportunity for a  Reliable Man in  Enderby  We have some gilt edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  wkich appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 502 Temple Building, TORONTO  m  ���������������������������I  M  M  m  I  i|  kit  --2.I  *f  I  '11  i  si Thursday, January 30, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  I*  Progressive Programme for 1913  x<  FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD  A PUBLIC HITCHING SHED  J. L. Ruttan, elected Mayor fur the thir.l   time,   to  push  fer ward civic work  ' Thc programme of public work upon which the ratepayers asked Mr.  Ruttan to stand, and upon which he and the aldermen' supporting him  were elected to oflice, is one which if carried out, will add materially to  the progress of Enderby. The programme does not contain anything  new. It simply provides for the carrying into- effect requirements  which have long since been discusse;l and decided upon by previous councils,     lt is really a programme of unfinished business.  Some of these requirements cannot be dealt with too soon. It is,  for instance, vitally important that provision be made for the purchase  of a cemetery site. The Lansdown hurrying grounds are virtually filled  up, there being room for only two more graves, we are informed. .It  is necessary "that immediate steps be taken in this matter. The .question  that has confronted previous councils has been one of inability to get a  suitable site.' This didiculty, we understand,' has been overcome by Mr.  George Brown, who'proposes to sell to the city ' a plot of land'on the  "road; adjoining-r.the" property" of "Mrs." .Wm. Glenn, providing, of course"  -���������������������������the city is prepared to accept it and put it into shape for "cemetery pur  poses. ' - .  /.. i^The other requirements will no doubt be dealt with as Mayor Ruttan  and .the.new aldermanic board can conveniently tal--e them in hand.  'While the Mayor, and Aldermen are not bound to carry'out this programme,': it may reasonably be taken as a guide of what the ratepayers  would like to have them execute:      ..,'_.. ... ...  ' 1.   ALL   PUBLIC  WORKS   UNDERTAKEN TO    BE    OP A PERMANENT  AND  SUBSTANTIAL  CHARACTER.  2. ALL STREETS AT PRESENT IN USE TO BE GRADED. UP,  AND CENTRE COVERED WITH ROCK TO A WIDTH SUFFICIENT TO  ENABLE  VEHICLES  TO PASS  EACH OTHER.  3. EXTEND, CEMENT SIDEWALKS TO ALL STREETS WHERE  WARRANTED BY TRAFFIC, AND WHERE PROPERTY OWNERS ARE  PREPARED  TO PAY THEIR SHARE BY WAY OF FRONTAGE TAX.  4. ARRANGE FOR A REGULAR SYSTEM OF STREET CLEANING,  WHEREBY STREETS WILL BE KEPT CLEAR OF RUBBISH, WEEDS  AND GRASS KEPT DOWN IN SUMMER, SNOW PLOW SENT AROUND  IN WINTER IMMEDIATELY AFTER7EVERY SNOW FALL TO CLEAR  ALL SIDEWALKS, AND ALL CROSSINGS KEPT CLEAR OF MUD IN  SPRING  AND FALL.  5. PROVIDE A DUMPING GROUND AND ARRANGE A REGULAR  S-YS.TEM_OF_SC A VENG1NG.  | 6. MAKE SUCH REASONABLE ARRANGEMENTS AS TO REMUN-  j ERATION FOR SERVICES RENDERED AND FOR DAMAGE TO  I CLOTHES IN CASE OF FIRE, ETC., AS WILL ENABLE THE CITY  -TO RETAIN THE SERVICES OF AN INTERESTED AND EFFICIENT  ' VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE.  7. ARRANGE MEANS WHEREBY FIRE-BELL AT CITY HALL CAN  BE RUNG IF NECESSARY FROM TELEPHONE COMPANY'S CENTRAL OFFICE, THUS PROVIDING A FIRST-CLASS FIRE ALARM  SYSTEM  AT BUT LITTLE  COST.  "8.' IMPROVE STREET" LIGHTING-SYSTEM,-INSTALLING A BETTER GRADE OF LAMPS, AND, rN CONJUNCTION WITH THE OKA-  NAGN SAW MILLS COMPANY, ARRANGE TO HAVE SAME PLACED  ON A CIRCUIT INDEPENDENT OF THE HOUSE SERVICE SO THAT  STREET LIGHTS WILL NOT BE BURNING IN THE DAY TIME, AS  AT PRESENT.  9. ACQUIRE LAND SUITABLE IN CHARACTER AND LOCATION,  AND LAY IT OUT IN AN UP-TO-DATE AND BECOMING MANNER  FOR A CEMETERY.  10. COMPLETE CITY HALL AND GROUNDS, AND MAINTAIN  SAME IN GOOD ORDER.  11. INVESTIGATE  QUESTION OF   PROVIDING    TOWN     WITH   A  SEWERAGE SYSTEM, OBTAINING ALL NECESSARY  DATA  AND  EXPERT  ADVICE,   WITH   PLANS,   SPECIFICATIONS    AND  ESTIMATES,  SO AS TO BE IN A POSITION TO BEGIN      CONSTRUCTION       WORK  EARLY  IN  THE  SUCCEEDING  YEAR.  12. AS REQUIRED BY LAW, OBTAIN THE SERVICES OF A  MEDICAL  HEALTH  OFFICER FOR THE CITY.  Editor Enderby Press:  , Dear Sir: Enderby has the rcputa-  ' tion of being a prosperous and "progressive town, whose interests are  looked after by a level-headed and  capable body of businessmen; but  Enderby is not yet perfect.  In the interests of thc whole community, but primarily of the many  farmers and ranchers who are, when  all is said and done, the mainstay of  the Okanagan Valley, it would be a  desirable thing if the City Fathers  could see their way to erect a few  hitching posts throughout the town.  The expense involved would be trivial ancl the advantages incalculable.  As it is today, the farmer drives  into thc city, and is, in many instances unable , to find any place to  tie his team. If his horses be well  broken and have attained the years  of discretion, he may leave them1  loose and chance it, but the driver of  the restive team has no alternative  but to run them into the livery barn  with the result that he is the poorer  by 50c ere he leaves town.  Now the bush rancher is not generally a man of means, and cannot  afford to throw away his hard-earned  cash. His profits,.year in, year out,  are small and certainly not big  enough to justify- him in spending  half a dollar on stabling every time  he has occasion to transact some  business in Enderby. It may be a  paying proposition for the livery  barns, but it certainly is not for the  rancher, and surely an.-enterprising  and progressive town council should  be the first to recognize this;  Apart from the -civic authorities  altogether, however, it is - in the  storekeepers'' own interests-to see to.  it that their respective places- of  business should have a sufficiency of  posts and rings for the - use of their  customers. Our merchants are surely farseeing enough' to realise that  such a convenience is lively to draw  custom, and inversely, that the- lack  of it is likely to lose a considerable  amount of trade. It is' an easy  matter to prove that such is the  case. The writer, personally knows  of one or two 'good customers who  have deliberately transferred their  business from one store to another  solely on account of the fact that  the proprietors had no facilities for  tying teams. These farmers find  they can get such. facilities at another store and naturally take advantage of them, to the loss of store  keener No. 1, and the exceeding joy  and material profit of store keeper  No. 2.  This being   so, a few dollars spent  /rake up a list of what you  want and let us figure on it with you.  If we cannot beat anyone in this section for  price���������������������������quality being equal���������������������������we will Give you  the goods for nothing.  We have everything you need���������������������������of the right  quality, at the right price.     Come in today  OUR   BUSINESS   IS RUN   ON A STRICTLY   CASH   BASIS  PlUNBING, H EAT������������������TINSM ITHI iVG  "oETtvy i rig"" rings arRl~!ii tclfi iTg^pcfstlf  ought to prove a good investment  for the farmer. Let the powers that  be set a good example, and the merchants will surely do their part.  Yours truly,        BUSH RANCHER.  MR.  BELL WITHDRAWS  Editor The Enderby Press:       "        J  Dear Sir:   I strongly object to the:  lurid    and   disgust'ng -trimmings of ���������������������������  your account   in last week's issue of  the distressing   gun    accident   which  occurred at   my  home on" S-^tn'rlay.  the" l.th.       The' statement that"my  house    arid    pantry    harboured. rats  and.thit   my    wife was in the habit  of shooting them therein is an  absolute fnlschood    and    amounts in .my  opinion to   defamation    of chiracter.  ��������������������������� I beg to state, for the information  of-those who are not our personal  frieiVds and who might therefore be  misled hy the statements made in  your last week's issue, that our  home is modern anl vermin proof,  and that neither myself or my wife  would be so lax as to allow 'rats to  enter .our home. Also we neither of  us ever belonged to a "Wild West  Show" or anything of that sort and  would not indulge in so filthy, dangerous and damaging a practice as  shooting rats . in our house. Your  informant was either malicious in his  statements or himself misinformed. 'NfiW FEDERA~VW C0MPBLg  Trusting you will find space lor this VEggBLS T0 HAVE MORE WIRE-  in your columns, yours truly, ,   LEgg 0PERAT0Rg_  pMany____good=positions-=are=open=to=  Our stock is   now. complete ..for ���������������������������  -.   Spring' Trade "in Timothy; clo:-  vers, Alfalfa," and all field seeds.v  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 as'-i.ig. ;  THEHENRY NURSFRY&SCCD HOUSE  A. R. MACDOUGALL  3011 Westminster Rd,Vanctuver,B.P.  MANY EXCEtUNT POSITIONS OFEN  BERNARD  ROSOMAN.  JAMES   MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  1EAL ESTATE  Fruit  Land Hay Land  Town Lots  Thc Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  Thc Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  L >'i l'>n-L'ineanhii'w Fire lruura.ee Co.  Koyal Insurance Co..of Liverpool (Lifedopt  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co.. of Canada.  BELL BLOCK.    ENDERBY  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  Victoria, B. C, Jan. 27, 1913,  ".ToT rny-En derby Friends and'Custom-  i    ers:  !    On thc 31st inst. E. R. Peel and W.  i  1 J. Woods are purchasing my interest  in the Enderby Trading Co., and as  I have been interested in the store  business in Enderby continuously for  over 20 years, T am strongly prompted by feelings that are more than  commercial to say THANK YOU.  And this particularly applies to thc  old friends that were customers of  Wright, Bell & Co., Geo. Bell & Co.,  ���������������������������Bell & Jalland and then the Enderby  Trading Company.  The purchasers are so well and favorably known   to the people of En-  j derby and   district,    that    any reco-  jmendation    of    mine    is  not  needed.  ��������������������������� However I wish to say that through  many years of intimate business and  friendly associations, I have found  these gentlemen thoroughly reliable.  As a result of hard work and close  attention to duty they have grown  in business ability and in financial  strength, which is only their just reward, and I sever my partnership  with "Bob" an'd "Billie" with keen  regret, and hope that they will have  the continued patronage of the Enderby people and of the surrounding  district. GEO.  BELL.  P. S.���������������������������I will add that my wife is  an expert ride woman, and not the  least bit likely under any circumstances to mistake herself for a rat,  as your peculiar account of the accident seems to intimate.  If you   have land  to sell  I roung men and women in the field of  j 'Wireless" and commercial telegraph  _.ervice. The passage of the new  federal law, eftective October L, com-  ��������������������������� pelling all sea-going vessels to be  equipped with wireless instruments  land manned by two competent opera-  : tors, has created a -great demand for  ] operators in the-mar'ne wij-clcss ser;  ] vice. Federal laws now require rail-  i ways to use more operators than  [ ever before. The Morse Telegraph  ! Company, opposite' the Orpheum  j theatre, Seattle, operates in close  .connection with wireless and com-  I mercial officials, and can place grad-  ! uatcs in good positions. It will pay  iyou to  write for. full particulars.  List it with me.    If  you   want to|_^ 77X7  buyland, see me. FreSh   MeatS  My iipw booklet, descriptive of the Mara Dia-  tr'ct  is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B.C.  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.  If you want prime fresh meats, w  have them. Our cattle arc grain-fe  and selected by our own buyers from  the richest feeding grounds in Alber  ta, and are killed and cut strictl  FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, P. C.  WIRE FENCING  B. F.  SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts taken for erection.   Orders  for spring work now being booked. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 30. 19]:  r-i  i  ENDERBY FLOUR  MOFFET'S BEST  Important Intimation Made by  Premier McBride re. Indian Reserves  ���������������������������vs*  ^ic������������������iX^^X^^^^^-7X/z>  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba,    Saskatchewan aud  Al  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.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited  n--.'.e...  SO ACRES good unimproved  land suitable    for   mixed    farming;  from  Enderby  174 ACRES, with house, baoi nnd n few acres    cleared; 2 miles  from   iJi-  derby.  S5  ACRES,  with good  six-roomed  house;   small  stable   and   out-buUdiugs;  12 acres cleared,  with  small  orchard. w  Several  one-acre lots inside cii'.y  limits.  o  These properties are for sale on ve*"y easy terms by���������������������������  H. W. Harvey  a - " Agent  Real  Estate Broker.- Fire and Life Insurance.  .   - --- Post Office Block. Enderby "..-'"  j    Parliamentary    Press Gallery,   Vic-  member of the   New York bar whom  toria,  Jan.    25.���������������������������(Special to the En-  (while retained    by thc  Doukhobors)  derby Press.)���������������������������The past week in the, Mr. Blakemore nevertheless accepted j uerta, the Yukon Territory, tin  'local House was chiefly notable for'as interpreter during part of thc en-. Northwest Territories and a porbioir  .tho    eontinuation    to    completion  of  qulry. -       "    | of* .province of 13, ������������������������������������������������������ Ujh  Colmnbia.  jthe debate    on    the Speech from the     Asa    result,    thc    non-community ^^ years ftt an   annlml rentftl of $  Throne,    and    for several   important  Doukhobors,    retaining   their    super-! an acnJt     Not more than 2,5G0 acre.  I announcements  of   government  policy  stitious reverence    for Peter Veregin,   will be leased to one applicant.  Wle by    the   Prime Minister in his  and overawed by his supporting legal !    Application    for   a   lease  must b,  !    c ' -a ml .   ,    .    .    ,       .,,,,! ,    ��������������������������� . made by the    applicant in person t.  ���������������������������contribution    to   the    debate!   These  talent,  had    withheld much  inform a-. the Ag/nt   Qr    gub-Agent of the dis  i include the    welcome intimation that  tion that should    have been brought trict in which rights applied for an  i ordcrs-in-council -have been submitted   out.     Other witnesses, too, were not situated.  | to the Provincial authorities for ap- altogether unprejudiced, for some of ^^f ^"sSo^ ^ 'legal  jproval and will now bc signed at Ot- these (land agents and others) had * sub_diWsions of sections,'and in un  'tawa providing for thc almost im- heavy business dealings with thc | surveyed territory the tract applied  mediate appointment of royal com- (Doukhobor "father." One, indeed, j for sh-ill be staked out by the. appli-  missions on better financial terms for'and this one was the mayor of the !^^JJ,C(ltion mugt be ac���������������������������om  British Columbia in its relations city of Nelson at the time, had even j pauied by a fce for ?5 which will bt.  with the federal authority, and to gone so far as to grant a written ' I:efundcd if the rights applied for" are  adjudicate    all    questions    of  Indian  paper to a    Doukhobor couple which j .iot available,  but not otherwise.   A  c,     i   ��������������������������� , l    X i-, ,    ,. i    f-iinv rpo-.-iTvipri o<3 .-,  tiporfip nf fiivm-pn ;royalty   shall   be paid   on    the mcr  land rights and reserve  policy general-  thej   resided as a deciee of  lno.ee   chantablo Qut    t of tll_ mjne at t,.L.  ly as it affects    this Province.     The  and  which    awarded    the custody  of  rate of five cents per ton>  former will,  it is understood,  be con-  their minor    child to  its father, the ,'    The person operating thc mine shall  istituted  of three  members,  one being   woman    subsequently      marrying      a   furnish the Agent with sworn returns  I i ,     i.i       t-,      ���������������������������  ��������������������������� ���������������������������      p,-.1p   wiHi    u'linm    dm !q nnw li .-ina- ' accounting  for    the    lull  quantity  OI  nnmpfl hv flip    Dnminnn    one nomin-   ' oie,  witn    wnom    sue  is now _i\ing y * *  i iiamui u>   i.n-    uoiniiujii,  un.  iiui.ini ������������������ a   mercilantable coal mined and pay tbe  ;ated by   thc   Province and the third m Nelson. royalty therein.     u t..c coal mining  :to be selected by these two, or,  fail-t    Government    measures    are coming ' rights are   not   being operated, such  in"- their agreement,  to be chosen by down  especially quickly  this session. '. returns should   be furnished at least  ,'the Colonial Secretary. Tliese    include    tbe measures ^for the  i    The  tribunal    for  the   investigation creation    of    an     independent   audit  Iof Indian  riehts  will  bc composed of system and the necessary amendment: permitted      to      purohase      whatever  | five, two each    to    be named  by the of the Revenue Act in consequence of j available surface rights may be con  i interested  governments  and   the  fifth the  removal    of    the  oHce a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but thc lessee may be  miriit     hvmrli 'sidercd  necessary  for  the working  of  auuit     mancn . ^ mjne ^ ^ ^^ q[ ^qm &n acre  ���������������������������selected by these four anpointees, or, fi'om  the  treasury  machinery.        The  ! failing    agreement   by   them,  by the session  will not   be notable for con- should be made   to the Secretary of  : Colonial   "Secretary. "   This commis- spicnous   legislation",  tlie  chief  items | the Department   of the In tea-tor   Ot-  Ision  will    go   exhaustively    into all being those   for   thc improvement of  ^ or to ���������������������������* A*cnt or &������������������I������������������-A8cm  ! grievances, of   the  Indians���������������������������who,   at the taxation   scheme in" various par-  ��������������������������� the suggestion cf a number of whites ticulars,   upon    the   recommendations  i miscalling  themselves  "the  friends of of the   commission    on revenue mat-  .the Indians,"    advance    the extrava- ters;  bills  for the amendment of the  leant claim of legal right to all lands Lands,   -Water,    Forestry,      Schools,  ;of British    Columbia.     But" at    the Health and Municipal Acts,  and sev-  - outset the Provincial Premier has in- erftl    pieces    "of    railway   legislation  Por   full     information    ao .lication  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of thc Anterior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  Fred. H.Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  VY anted���������������������������Cream  TENDERS  ARE    WANTED FOR    NOT LESS THAN TEN GALLONS  OF CREAM PER DAY, DELIVERE D AT PENTICTON, FOR SUMMER  -    SEASON, 1913.      CASH  WEEKLY.       SPECIAL.  INSULATED     CANS  WILL BE PROVIDED.  H. &K. Trading Co., Penticton &H  4 Sir, will you pay $45.00 j  -���������������������������for-this-dainty-little   Lady Elgin Watch?  ������������������ TT will surely please the one  4- X  to whom vou give it.    Itlv.issi  J        solid gold case, an   attractiv  4 dial and is in every way a gift th;  A  will delight the feminine heart.  w. It's practical In every respect for it keeps gone  -%   time and its upkeep   is   low.    You   can't   find a  ������������������   more suitable Christmas gift.  4.  "'timated    that   any    land title claim   sought by the Canadian" Northern.  ! will  be    opposed   and   fought" to the"    There is, also   to.be certain amend-  .; uttermost  by  the   B.   Or administra- .ments this .year -of the statute law  .tion. dealing with    provincial aid to vari-  I As to reserves, the commission" ous associations operating in connec-  | will have ' power to augment or di- tion with the Department of Agricul-  Jminish areas according to the neces- ture, and it was in this connection  jsities of the Tndian occupants, that Hon. Mr. Ellison spoke at the  J Wherever a reserve is reduced in size, recent meeting of the Central, Farm-  !the residue lands will be sold at auc- ers' Institute here.. His remarks on  j tion hy the Provincial Minister of that occasion ������������������������������������������������������ appear to have been  :Lands and the proceeds of such sale misconstrued into an announcement  .be equally' divided between the Pro- that legislation providing for govern-  I vince "and the Dominion, the latter ment loans to farmers would be  j holding its part in trust for the ben- brought down during the present ses-  jefit of the local Indians. These may sion- That there is no intention of  I hereafter,    at    the discreation  of the   this nature   is    emphasized   by    Sir  ':'.Department    of    Indian    Affairs,    beRich������������������*rd    McBride,    the.government's ; mous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  given clear crown grants to their re- [intention  being   to    defer all  special | South North  holdings,    which    tgey  may  ell    or   otherwise dispose of .  ii .,,-.���������������������������      ..;      nf  H1P   Rnvnl   Onmmitscinn   io  ovi i li lilo ' 10.05   (Lv)     SicamOUS    Jet    (Ar)    .18.00  in   the   same    manner  as  white  citi-   Ul UJ(- n������������������Jai "oommi._sion is a\ananiei y       \     j .__  to form a safe foundation for helpful I 10-4C  parliamentary  action. 11.00  ���������������������������>  -  ; 11.14  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows. Door?., Turn--',  ings   and   all   factory _ work.  Rubberoid    Roofiing,    Screen  Dooisand Windows.   Glass.cut .  to any size.  We represent S.C.Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both  ivays from  S������������������ca-  legislation  devoted to the encourage- jbound  ment of agriculture  until the report' read clown  STATIONS  bound  read up  jzens of che Province.  j    The Prime  Minister plso intimated  that,    despite    Commissioner    Blakc-  I\l ara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  T*T?ur ici ri====  17.1  16.59  16.44  16.15  15t55=  Vernon  Ok.  Landing  15.30  (Lv) 15.15  OF    CANADA  rnld-Uprnpllal, Reserve Fund QO 07S (\(SA  and Undivided Prollls (Over)  ^OjO I *J,VVV  Total Ammetm (Over)    $69,000*000  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  Save Systematically  JNO.BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  F. PYMAN, Jewler,    Enderby  jjjiore's sympathetic repo_rt__as to.jthe,i   ^  ���������������������������Doukhobor    colonists,      the    govern-  j ment will henceforth insist upon full  compliance with every detail of common and statutory law by these people while they are residents of this  province. Because Mr. Blakemore  had asked that further prosecutions  be not initiated   during the progress  .of  his enquiry,   the  Attorney-General  ���������������������������' had "temporarily" suspended" "the "bper-"  jations of the registration and the  school law in a specific instance.    No  : precedent    was    to    bc thus created, !       Haphazard,  occasional saving  however,  and    no    Doukhobor  would '   seldom accomplishes much.    It's j of  the    following    varieties:     Brown  be excused  hereafter for disobedience!   t^e    steady,    persistent,   regular leghorns,    Bud   Orpingtons,   Barred  'of any  law    or    obligation to  which    depositing of so  many dollars a ,'Jocks.   All fromi prize-winning stock.  i,,       .. !.���������������������������_.,.-,,,. !   wpi'L-   nritirvii'i   nr ������������������;t"i������������������nn   in flip    From .$l.a0 up.   The best young stack  ���������������������������Canadians in    British  Columbia gen-!   ������������������ei.k., or ino.ii.i, 01 W-.is-oii, 111 uie ������������������ j       b  'orally are expected to subscribe. '   Union   Bank  of  Canada,   which  This  Doukhobor problem in British,   tnakesoiie finauciallyindopeudeut.  Columbia   was also  touched   upon  at  Lansdowne Poultry  Yards  COCKERELS FOR SALE  STOP  DO  YOU  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.  CO.  Enderby, British Columbia  some length by Mr. MacLean of Nelson, who displayed an intimate first-  :hand acquaintance with his subject,  and, while speaking for a first time  in parliament, showed none of the  not unusual nervousness of the novice or any lack of complete self-  confidence, in unqualifiedly dissenting from the conclusions reached by  Commissioner Blakemore, he said  that this gentleman had refused his  (Mr. MacLcan's) proposal to secure  counsel for independent witnesses,  declaring himself abundantly competent to protect all interests affected  in his own way. While counsel was  thus refused the independent witnesses, the Doukhobors were not only  represented by one of thc ablest  lawyers of the Kootenay, but in addition had the special advice of Mr.  A.    M.    Evalenke,     a    distinguished  The money accumulates all the  more rapidly, too, because of the.  Interest  which   is   added   every  six mouths.  Try it.  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  LONDON, ENG,, BRANCH,  51 T},-rendiicedIe St., E.C.  F. W. ASHE, - - Manager.  S. M. C. HART SMITH,   Assistant Mf|r.  I ever raised.  W.  T.   MARSHALL,  Lansdown,  Armstrong P.O.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, R. C.' '  Contractors & Builders  First-class Cabinet Work  and   Picture Framing.  Undertaking Parlors in connection.  ���������������������������Next-to City Hall.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  The Board have received 500  copies of the Xmas number of  the Vernon News. Contributors  and members of Board of Trade,  being entitled to a copy, can  obtain same upon application to  it  if  I  m  P  A  ill  ".31  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator, | Mr_ GeQrge packham;  I Box 74, Enderby. Thursday, January 30, 1913  THE EMJJKl.l.Y PRESS AN I.) WALKER'S WEEKLY  /������������������  y  ssssn;  **%  ���������������������������S_>33__S  R3  ____3_i      _������������������������������������_  ������������������_t____������������������a  ^&S^ JL_____S ____.      !___, lta_# ������������������������������������>_.  OinLy.   Beeinninsr i  ^j*>i  ���������������������������������������������<'  o-  ������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������pa  !__s___i  '������������������  *o  nr, FEB, 1st,   we will  open   the ' biggest ��������������������������� Cash   Sale   of   HOME    FURNISHINGS   ever   attempted -   in    Enderby. -  m a     -_-___,,___. ,,__,    _,������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������     i  'n  i������������������__������������������_v!h  ^Sfir/]_____.  Regular Price,   $27.50  SALE   PRICE     $00.40  _.������������������~_5&_ -Sk. _s?_.  BUFFETS  Regular Price,  $52.50  .85  SALE   PRICE  nn\������������������ mill W .11 tl I., . B.HlU'nMUfcM  ���������������������������3  tiuiiu   vm.  Regular Pric^   $38.00  ''-  SALE   PRICE        $00.75  MISS  Pnfii  ml  ti l. -3 1,3*;  2 3 &^  l/IUdOUl  Exceptional Value at the RegularPrice, .$39.00  SALE' PRICE      J'il ,50  rMRTTJil a.'.MB3*-l  J31  crr*-?*^*-* -p-^^JT.-ffwwnp^^  r   ,-;   -    Regular Priced $27.50  SALE   PRICE,   $01.75  &?r&������������������  ._-_.   ,1  - Regular Price,  $30. CO  SALE   PRICE     $01.85  MH-f.ni jp-i-Fr���������������������������;   ^ ..ji rr_-���������������������������^j-*-.- ;jr,n?i /^rltf.T-iTmjm'V,r' *_f  GOLDEN OAK  DRESSERS  " .   .; Regular'"Price, "42.50 "    -7-  ���������������������������SALE PRICE      $Q 0,75  W^J*?:-.  y  ifefj^  JPJI I  Beautiful All-Brass Beds.   -Regular Price, $30.00  SALE  PRICE  $2^.90  1������������������  9  .      >'  Exceptionally  Well  Made  Regular Price, $25.00  SALE "PRICE"    "$"1 Csa.90  r  -__.__5.' *?5>j_^  _. iwn:'._____ cxik -:  Dining  P   l������������������Bg_-'-������������������������������������������������������..J_ _-������������������PW������������������-JI  ���������������������������.TT.-, i?--������������������_m------_a_x-JL-__rv������������������-<r-7-ir.---r__ii_������������������ p.im-.^ ~ ,1M  Is ������������������7 nfi  LII  Micci/"   "__ _    _  u:._  ..  Regular Price,  per pair,  $52.00  SALE PRICE     $/������������������ 1 ,00  iied Oak Library T?1  Regular Price, $24.00  MANY   DESIGNS   OF  WHITE-ENA'MEir^BEUS'  ALL   FINISHES  ri ���������������������������*"--*"-- ���������������������������-*** ^  FUMED OAK  MORRIS CHAIRS  Regular Price,  $22.50  SALE PRICE       $1  *7.25  FUMED -OAK   '  LIBRARY CHAIRS i  IN  PAIRS.     Regular Price,  per pair, 56.00      ������������������  SALE PRICE  1; w������������������-ua_-i.i,-������������������-_H  $44  .75  FUMED OA  r_wt /urgwrraii rni'mj_ii_m^ci.aii  Regular  Price,   $31.00  SALE   PRICE     $0^1.75  t ihi'ibim*..'wii vtarw  MISSION  DINING TABLES  Regular Price,  $2G.OO  SALE  PRICE       $01 ,00  SALE   PRICE  $1 Q.50  Kitchen Cabinets  Less Elaborate in Detail than tlio others, hut a well-made  article  REGULAR PRICE,   $27.00  SALE   PRICE       $99-40  -  We offer, similar Reductions- on--all. lines of-House Furnishings, including Carpets, Linoleums, Etc.  The handiest article you could wish to have in the home  Regular  Price,  $37.00  SALE   PRICE     $OQ.0O  Ifcor Pr-*** Print, Knflerhy.  ENDERBY,   B.C.  ��������������������������� r.<-  -0 ������������������_-!  THE ENDERBY PRESS A.NJ.) WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 30, 191-8  Suppose that you were lo drop  out to-morrow. What arrangements have you made for ready  cash to settle affairs? Vou no  doubt have agreements of sale  to meet notes and the like. You  probably have good property,  and have, in a way, made ample provisions for those that  you are leaving behind, but  ready cash is required to effect  vettloments.  A   policy    of    insurance  in���������������������������  THE   FEDERAL   LIFE  IR  CASH IN ANV  BANK.  Walter Robinson  Sole  agent  for   Enderby  and  District.  Box   153.  \ &gSSS"sS������������������-2&JiS!3&SiSS  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OR  HNCiLAND  (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������S a.m'., Holy Communion;   11.    a.m.,     -Morning   Prayer;  7:30 p.m.,  Evening Prayer.  REV.'M.  F.  HILTON,   Vicar.  I.NDRRBY METHODIST CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  11. a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  Epworth League; Thursday, S p.m.,  Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  REV.  J.  G. BROWN,  M.A., Pastor.  PKESBYTERIA N    C H URCH  St.  Andrews     *  '    Sunday    Services���������������������������1]   a.m.  and  7:30  p.m.;   V.P.S.C.E.,  Monday, ,7:30-p.m.  REV;  d.   CAMPBELL,  Tastor.  , FIRST  BAPTIST  CHURCH  "Sunday-? : Services���������������������������Sunday    school,  10  a.m.;    regular  "service,  3:30  p.m.;  Prayer service,   Wednesday,  7:30  p.m.  REV. 13. G.  STEWART, Pastor.  The Dill Rink Brings Home a Big  Load of Prizes from Vernon Bonspiel  The Annual Curling Bonspiel held rings with Evans' stone snugly hug-  at Vernon last week was one of the sing it. To clean the houso out  most successful ever held in the Val-j would save the day for Dill had a  ley. The entries of outside rinks in third counting in a safe place. Dill  the various events were fewer than i made the shot all right and had thc  on previous occasions, hut the ar-'weight. He spilled his second stone  rangem'snts were better and the and his own went out. Lang's conn-  sport more fully enjoyed. Enderby' ter spun to the hack ring but bored  and Armstrong each had two rinks in ' into the soft ice and stopped just  attendance, Summerland and Kelow- | with bite enough to beat Dill's third  na one each. There were nine rinks1���������������������������and another cup wasn't won.  entered by  Vernon . j    The rink skipped   by   F.  R. Prince  The ice on all the sheets was in ,' had all the sport of the bonspiel  good condition throughout the week,'and none of the hard work. And  only Friday night and Saturday! as is usual, they brought home none  morning did it become heavy. The; of the silverware. There were seven  lights were particularly bright on |events in all. Thcy won three  the centre sheets, while on 1 and 2 . games and lost thc balance. Thcy  and 5 and G they were so dim it ! played one peach of a game and.the  made the playing on these sheets balance were all pumpkins, though  more or less uncertain. , Thc man-, in none of _ them were: they beaten by  agement of thei lunch tables and the'more than a few points. They were  rest room for the curlers was partic- ; drawn against the La'ng-Macdonald  ularly capable and lent a great deal;aggregation and had,them beaten by  to1 the success of the bonspiel. .two   points    when    they   threw    the  The Enderby rink skipped by E. B. ; first stone in the twelfth end. When  Dill and consisting of P. H. Murphy,'Lang went down to throw his last  ; third; A. E. Evans second and E. J.; stone Prince had one counting with  1 Mack lirst, was the strongest and ! a half-guard protection. Lang stole  'best appearing on the ice. For thc j by the half-guard and pushed the  ! first two days    it   looked" as if they ! counter to the wall.  J were going to clean up everything on  ! the  board.   For nine  straight games  If any jne who is bugs on curling���������������������������  and  most of   us    are���������������������������wants to know  they   played   liko    clock-work.   There j how to make right-hand swings from  ' was not a    weak   point showing any  place. Hack's    lead    stones    were  : placed    every    time    just  where Dill  called for; Evans followed in behind  , or crept up to those of his opponent  'as if they had been trained, and  | Murphy and Dill were getting every  !shot they  tried   "for.       The score at  the left-hand hack, just sit down for  a quiet hour in the dental chair and  let Doc demonstrate. It's worth all  the expense and time.  -  V  MRS.   ROSOMAN    RECOVERING  The  many   friends  of Mr. and  Mrs.  ���������������������������the conclusion    of   thc    early games j Bernard Rosoman and family arc n.-  ' was 10 to 2, 14-4,    12-3, and thc.like, !Joico;l   to hear of the rapid  progress  'and every time in favor of Enderby's  towar:!    recovery    Mrs.    Rosoman _is  star rink.   -It    looked    so    easy, thc   making  under  the skilled  attendance  boys concluded    to switch skips, and  of Dr- Keith ������������������n(1    Miss .Warwick and  'Evans took the    bro.om  in the event-',ier assistants    at the  Cottage Hos-  ,for the Okanagan cup.     It was their  I)itttl-      Ancl  in-view of the "idle gos-  tenth game,  and   they lost it.   That  siP at:cl thc misleading reports which  same   evening    they    were    down  to  haVC -fouml their waV into the news  play the    final   in    the   Grand Glial  WANT ADS  JOE LENTO���������������������������Blanchard & English  Block,' Enderby���������������������������Cleaning & Pressing; also repairing. Guitar lessons  given',    at   pupil's    home or at my  place of business. " 4t  * i . t  LARG A INS-Prices net it i-.'ilar  door; delivery extra: Choifo N i 1  winter apples, $L per box; good  sweet cider, ���������������������������10': gallon. Geo. 1-t.  . awes,   Enderby.  CHOICE APPLES for sale���������������������������Ontario,  Stark, Jonathan, Winter 'Banana;  2Ac ner lb., delivered in Enderby.  Apply to Wm.   Jones,  Enderby.  _.M^V������������������==FQ R==SA--L-E=G ood-t-i m o t-h y-h ay=  at .$15    per    ton.        O.   D.  Tibbits,  Deep Creek. 4t  _  FOR SALE���������������������������Rough and dimension  lumber. At mill or delivered. A.  Tomkinson,   En lcrby.  Sheaf Wheat, 2c per sheaf; oat hay  bailed, $10 per ton;  timothy potatoes  "in pit; --Hazelmere Kancli.    --  C.  Murdock,  Grindrod.  SUIT CLEANED & PRESSED���������������������������Now  the time to get it done. Orders  promptly executed. Rosoman &  Gildcmenster, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking Parlors, ClilT street,  noxt J. W. Evans & Son's. Repairing a specialty.  'lenge-event, with Jackson, of Vernon. It was the hardest fought  game of   the    'spiel,    and   Jackson's  ..rink played a perfect game, while the  .Enderby stars put up their worst.  They lost out by a score of 8-11.  '<    Thc  following    day    the  home  rink  ���������������������������were back in their old positions and  playing their usual faultless game.  Thcy met the Jackson rink in two  other events following their defeat  in the Grand Challenge final, and defeated "him both times.  Out  of    their    22  games  they  lost-  but four.   Three of these were finals.  i Thoy were in five finals and won two  of    them���������������������������the      Hen lerson    and    the  'Malkin. In the Kelly-Douglas they  lost out by one point, to the Lang-'  Macdonald rink,  nnd  in  the B.  N.  A.  papers, the friends of the family are  much pleased that Mrs. Rosoman has  so far recovered as- to be able to  give a full account of the manner of  the accident    of    which  she was the  victim at her home at Grindrod on  the 18th inst. Mrs. Rosoman states  that on going to the clothes closet,  in which two guns were kept she remembered that there was a swelled  shell in the 22 caliber rifle wliich she  had been unable, to remove after using the gun some weeks before. Realizing the danger of leaving the cartridge in the gun, and being unable  to remove it she determined to discharge the cartridge, and unthinkingly pulled the hammer back before  leaving the house, possibly with the  half-formed idea of discharging the  weapon through thc open window.  She had, however, made but three  or four '-"steps when she tripped and  fell across ,the weapon, the muzzle  being jammed against her breast and  the butt striking sharply against the  floor, with- the result that thc gun  was discharged, the bullet penetrating her left breast and lodging close  to the shoulder blade.���������������������������Communicated.  SECRET SOCIETIES  II. E. ni-ANCIIAlU*)  W. RI.  A.F.&A.M.  EijdiM'by Lodtfu No. 4(1  Kt'Kiilni' meetings firM  Thui'scliiy on or after t><-  full moim at 8 i>. in. iu Q.Jti-  fotlows II nil. VitfUhir  hrt'llii-i'ii cordially  invited.  WALTBH HORINSOK  Secretary  A   GOOD   LINE   OF  JUST TO ..HAND.  .^Oe*^1- ������������������- ������������������-F-  4^T    ���������������������������       '^-SS^  Eureka Lodite. No. 6Q  Meets evory Tuesday oveninir at S o'clock, in 1. 0*1.  0. (���������������������������'. hall. Riot calf liloclt.   Vjsitinn brothorti nl-  ������������������','iv������������������    welcome. GKO. HKLI.AMY.    N. Cl  HOWAHI) LOGAN, V. G.  K. E. WIII.I.U2K. Sec'y,  J. 15. GAYT.OKL). TrwiH.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 3R, K. of I'.  Rleots evory Monday evening  in K.of 1'. ilall. Visitor* cordially invited to attend.  JOHN KUKNIIAM.C.e.  C. 10.STRICKLAND, IC.K.S.  T. E. RODIE. Rl.F.  Hall suitable foCo ncerts. Dance* and all public  ontovtnintnents.    For rales, ote.. addrfss,  T. E. RODIE. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  piNDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  RIISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, S-i'iO per week  Fees coveriiiK ordinary illness, -?2..r>0p������������������r day.  ENDERDY. 11. C.  W  \LTKK ROBINSON  NOT A R Y   PUliLIC  CONVEYANCER  Airrcement.i of Sale.   Deeds & Mortgages.  Documents Witnessed.   Loans Negotiated  Ollke: Room 2. Rell Mock, Enderby, n. C.  Come in and look them over  Also a choice line of  Wi iting   Materials    and  other Stationery  Fountain Pens,   Pen Holders,  Pen Nibs, Inks, Blotting Pads,  ;and Fancy Envelopes  OOOOOOOO CKKVO-OO-O oooooooo  A. REEVES  .  Druggist & Stationer  Clifl'St. Enderby  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  I'rovincial Land Surveyor  MUSIC  p W. CHAPMAN" --/--V.-Z  ���������������������������      . P. O. J-ox 139. Enderby.  Visits or receives pupils for I'iano, Oriran, V^o'in,  Sincinvc and Theory of Music. Etc. "   -    :  Courses  for the Canadian   or British Academy  , '' Examinations  FOR SALE.���������������������������Heavy bor_-3.s an.] two  teams heavy draft marcs (in foal to  Marcellus  Jr.)   Stepney Farm.  a.HAXJXO,   I'ftrcSSTNG & IIKPAIR-  intr;    also    plain    sewing. Miss  Airth has opened a sewing room in  the building formerly occupied by  The Walker Press, Enderby, where  she will be pleased to meet all desiring her services.  M  STENOGRAPHY  ISS M.' ELIJOTT   "  Public Typewriting  and Stenography  Ollice   In Hfll brick block on Maud SI., two doors  south of Kintf  Kdyvurd   hotel,  I'lndprby. R. C.  POLITICAL  T^DERBY "'"'CONSERVATIVE  -^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN,       A. F. GROSSMAN  President. Secretary,  "I'oljaccF^ConTplrFTy's even"t=rliey=l:5st*  by one point to the same aggregation. This rink was composed of  the Lang Brothers, Dr. Macdonald  and Mr. Megaw. It was a rink  made up of their best players to  slop lhe Dill "combination from moving all the silverware to  I.nderby.  The Dill-Murphy rink came home  -with a- lo!id---of ��������������������������� very-luuulsuinu lii'st-  and second prizes, won in the five  (innIs in which they were drawn.  Theso prizes represent a lot of hard  work. Being thc winning rink, they  were playing almost steadily from  Monday afternoon until the following  Saturday morning. Friday was the  hardest day. Thoy were drawn for  four games that day, and when they  finished their last, shortly before I  o'clock Saturday morning, they were  called upon to play off the final in  the M. N. A. event with the Lang-  Macdonald rink, who came fresh upon thc ice after a long rest. Thc ice  being heavy, they had tho advantage  although the Enderby team held  thom down and followed them into  the twelfth end with the score 8-8.  It was '1 o'clock in the morning  of Saturday when the lust stone was  thrown in this event, and the Enderby stars were defeated by one  point. They were drawn for another  final at 9 o'clock. This meant but  little sleep. They "were fagged by  the hard playing of Friday, and bad  to meet thc Lang-Macdonald combination again. Tn this gamc they  stood 10-10 on entering the last end.  Lang had    the    counter in  the front  Dear Sir, or Madam,  ffe beg to advise you that, on the lst Februay, Mr.  W. J. Woods is taking over our Dry Goods, Hardware,  and Grocery Departments, and E. R. Peel our Gent's  Furnishing Department, and that E. R. Peel is  =a-u-t-h o Mt-z e d=4-o=e oii-e et���������������������������ad=l-=amoun-ts=due=u Sy=an d=pay^ai4=  debts.  The above parties will conduct their departments  along the same lines as the Company, extending the  same credits, and all our customers can transact their  general business in the same way, with the only  difference that any amount due on purchases will be  payable to the party owning that department where  purchased.  We also wish to thank our many friends for their  patronage and support, many of them having dealt with  us continually since we first started, and hope that  the change we are making will not make any difference  to them and that they will continue to patronize our  successors.  Again thanking one and' all.  We remain,  i Yours sincerely,  ENDERBY TRADING CO., LTD.  ''���������������������������'I  "���������������������������"il  :������������������1  'fl  Si  Bell Block  Enderby,. B.C.  jf  tSjrTh. W. keith;    ���������������������������  Oflice hours:   Forenoon.  9 to 10:30  Afternoon. 3 to 4  Evening. 0:30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment  Oilier;: Cor. ClilT and George Sta.     .    ENDBKBY  -3;|  . ������������������l  '-3.1  I  ^'i  r|i|  8.T  -  ii  "  1  -  ^  V  -     i  i  5)  *.l  11  ii


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