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Array Enderby, B. C,   February 20. 1913  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 5; No. 51; Whole No. .60  Interesting Meeting of Farmers'  Institute Hears Delegate's Report  A meeting    of    the Farmers' Insti-  post system in Canada; another ask-  ttite was held in the K. P. Hall last  ing   the    Dominion    Government    to  .Saturday    afternoon    to hear tbe re-  take steps    to    have    Indian reserve  port of the delegate    to the Central  lands opened  for settlement;  another  Institute convention tit Victoria, and   urging  the  Dominion  Government  to  for the purpose of appointing a com-  amend the Fruits Act with regard to  mittec to prepare    to lay before the  the   dumping    clause    in    respect to  Agricultural    Commission    when     it  fruit shipped Into    Canada from for-  mects in    Enderby    such information  eign countries;    another objecting to  ns will aid the commissioners in dis-, the present    discrepancy in assessing  covering thc requirements of the far-  land held  by   bona   fide settlers and  rainy industry    in the way of assist-  non-occupying owners and urging the  ance or encouragement from the Gov-  Commission    on    Agriculture to give  ernment. ��������������������������� thSs matter their    serious considera-  Tlie meeting    was largely attended,   tion.  and a great deal of interest was cvi- [    At  the    conclusion    of    Mr,  Hand-  denced    by    all    present.      President  cock's report,  the President reported  Little was in the chair. 'on his mission    to Victoria with  re-  Secretary    Handcock,  in  presenting -gard to the    coming to this district  his report of the    proceedings of the   of the Royal Commission on Agricul-  Central Institute meeting,  said, that  ture.     He said   he had been assure:!  he    discovered    there    existed  in the  by the members   of   the Commission  convention  a    strong  feeling  against \ thnt a sitting   wojld be held at En-  the policy of running to the Govern-j derby, and it was desired to get the  ment with every    little demand from  case of the    farmers    of this district  *-.'ie farmers.   The feeling was strong-!into shape so    as    to place it before  ly  in favor of    the farmers first get-[the Commission as briefly as possible  ting    together    and    endeavoring  to j yet  to   be   thorough.     He    said  the  work out their own problems, taking i members    of   the    Commission   wore  to the Government    only those prob-' making a thorough   study of the ag-  lems which they themselves could not  ricultural conditions of the Province,  solve. [and were    desirous   of    learning    all  A    resolution    asking    the Govern-; about the    needs   of    every section,  ment to adopt a    system  of loaning  first-hand,  and    from   representatives  money to settlers to enable them to;of the    farmers    themselves so as to  develop their land to a state of re-!shape their report to cover the remunerative production    in  a   shorter jquirements of the  industry as a whole  space of time, was left to a commit- land not any particular branch of it.  tee oF the Fruit Growers Association      Mr. Little asked    for a free disctis-  who havo had the matter in hand, sion of the needs of the industry in  Other resolutions passed by the In-j this district.     Personally he believed  stitu to  included    one asking  the Do-  the effort should    be confined  to  im-  minion Government to raise the duty t pressing upon the Commissioners the  en fruit   conving    into    Canada to a I requirements    of    the  farmers  al*>ng (  point    affording   adequate protection (but two lines which could be defined,sic Phased everybody.  to  the  fruit  growers of  Canada;  an-jfn    the   four     words,^ "Government I    Senior   Peccant.    Tisirnes  other asking the railway commission  loans" and "organized  marketing."  to  consider    the   matter  of  inducing j    He  asked  the railway    companies  to allow the  themselves    on    tli  bringing    in   of    mixed     carloads of  Baird believed  the  ilour  and    fee!,    liny and straw;  an-  ernment loans   wa  other asking thc Government to sup- i He did  mission: Cheap money, cheaper transportation, markets, taxation and  education.  S. Teece was of the opinion that  cheap money would he allright if it  did not permit the borrowing of too  much for the good of the horrower.  He felt that the farmers lacked organization, both politically and in a  commercial way.  R. J. Coltart thought thc lands of  the district were being exploited  rather than used, regretting to see so  little stock raised. He believed the  solution of tbe difficulties in farmiag  in this district was to be found in  and through the dairy cow, an:l bet-  Messrs. Ruttan, Crossman, Twigg,  Johnson and Walker expressed themselves along the line of government  loans and markets, end a motion  finally carried calling for the 'election of a committee of five to prepare  to meet the Commission with material under the. beaJs of, Gvcrn-  ment loans, organived marketing,  trpnsportntion, dairying and elitci-  tion. The following were elected r>n  the committee: C. W. Little, F. H.  Hassard. H. E. Waby, S. Teece and  FI. M. Walker.  MILITARY BALL  No more successful. ball was ever  given in Enderby than that held in  tho Opera House last Friday even:ng  under the auspices of Squadron 30,  B. C. Horse. Nothing in the way of! company,  pains or- expense    had been spare 1 to;its  mainline  Important Railway  Forwarded  Victoria, B. C, Feb. 17.���������������������������The important railway legislation of the  present session of the Provincial  Legislature was presented to the  House the past week by Sir Richard  McBride, in fonr short bills which  provide for further provincial aid to  enable the Canadian Northern Pacific  and the Pacific Great Eastern railway companies to carry their respective undertakings to a speedy and  successful consummation, the additional assistance in the case of the  line now bnilling to give Vancouver  city direct rail connection with the  Grand Trunk Pacific at Fort George,  being justified by the present tightness of the money market, resultant  primarily from the situation created  by the Balkan war. In the case of  the Canadian Northern Pacific, it is  propose! in the first instance that  the Province guarantee both principal  and interest on the securities of the  Canadian Northern Pacific issued in  respect to essential terminals at Fort  Mann, New Westminster, Vancouver,  (including tho tunnel and approaches  requisite), Victoria, Steveston and  Union Bay, Saanich District, to an  amount not exceeding ������������������10,000,000,  payable on the 2nd April, 11150, and  bearing interest at Ji per cent per  annum���������������������������one-half per cent higher than  the already guaranteed bonds cf the  ng construction of  I    operations-in-chief  all present to express 'Promptly at _ o'cl  e    question.        A. |   T1,e    decora tl.-ns  question of Gov- : of "e*. with b"'"ti  i  most  important.   ���������������������������onteln������������������  with  the  where the money   royal purpl.  make the    event    all    that   could  he ; in British Columbia-  wished, and fr.om the ball decorations |    With regard    to    extensions of the  (which    were    handled by Mr. Mann)'Canadian    Northern    Pacific    system  to the floor, which was in the hands'not  previously  arranged   for  and  ne-  of Mr. English, everything parsed nil'cesaarily  incidental    to the main en-  most en.joyably.      Mr.  Lemke  was io   terprisc,  it is proposed that the g.iv-  chsrge of the iTches-tr;.. rind   the mit-   ernment   guarantee.   principal  and  interest, the    latter   at -JJ  per cent, of  the      company's      securities    to    an  Capt.  HenniVer   led the prand nmrch 'amount    nr-.t    exceeding    $:J5,0CO  per  mile f.>r tlie  following s'tort linos of  !lv  railway,  which    the    company  is nu-  !_���������������������������-  tlmrized   to  construct,   maintain  and  operate:  ply    stumping    powder    at  cost;  an-[was to come from for thc clearing of  ������������������" t!l  walls  other urging the Government to take'the lands if it could not be horr.jwed  all lands held under timber licenses at a low rnte of interest from the  an noon nt*! licenses   expire, and ulso Government,  all lands held under Government ro- * Wm. Owen thought the mutter ol  serve, und tu tlir-iw them open for roads���������������������������hotter roads--touchi's the far  preemption; another tisklmi tin* H. jinor about an clow as nnyiliiiM.  C, Government tn use Its Influence H, M, Wuliy did imt know uf any  with thu Dominion tlovernniint to limitur mure vltnl limn that if mar  fittutul either telephone or tolvurnph j;ki'tlnjur. He Imd been up against It  lines In thi' Province where none now ;rwcr sliiee   eom/htr   here,    and, while  of tlu; mar  felt thnt  phono systems; nimtlior asklm? the [some system rmwt he. ov.tlvod IooHIiih  Government to take some notion In ��������������������������� to thorough brimn twill im of the prolan way of making tho noxious wood jducora of tho district,  rghiu-ntnl colors  yellow and gnty-brown  army rifles wore hitii-r  i'    pi-it form   rilW  wer  gt"tm    ol  dtmrp.  ejeitd, unci thnt municipalities bo em-[ runliKiny the great extent ���������������������������  powered  to    InHtnll    nnd    own tele-  ket to bo   developed,    he  ..!,������������������������������������������������������i.      ������������������������������������������������������u(,.���������������������������u,      ���������������������������...,H,n..   ...iblnrt   fl... 'ui.ntn  uvutm..   ���������������������������������������������,ul    .,���������������������������   ���������������������������.. ,1  and  stacked.        The  was  painted   on    sMrb's   It  the mom,    ouch  etrrled wl!)i the i  terwnven,  Cob nel llott, ,1  tniidiin.'i',  Upw-rdH of Kt'Vi  ott the th-'ir.  oKPli'inifp   ns1*;-  "Why  Ik it thnt It  A  line from Westminster  Bridge ti.i  hitii-r    Vancouver, a distance  of  11   miles;  wet-' *    A line from Westminster liridge to  Itmrdi*:: Htovesti.n,   15 mi leu;  .,!���������������������������, )      A line    from    Victoria to the Van-  of    which    Wits en, cotivor    Island    Ferry    terminal      at  iH-lmeiitiil color* in [Union Hay, IS miles; and  j    The    tuifhiiriRKl    extension    of  tlie  Wnion, wns* In nt   .Vancouver    1,-diiml   sr-rtit*n trum mile  ;lntt   n-rtherly   IT.u   mll������������������������������������,   md    tlm  lity-llve couple \vrn .OknnuJiiti  bnitiehen    <iiit'lii.lliitf   Kiitn-  jliinpn-tu.Vernu������������������>-   approsinijitvly  MS  ; mite's.  ]t, .��������������������������� !    Nultliei' the tennmiilH or line esten   ^ hI.iii enterpriHe may proceed tint 11 mi  tltlw t|uenllon:  tndomnliUmtlmi    aM.rwnuiit,   -satlsfiMV  lewspnper pmi U"1')' t(l t'11-    l'i''������������������vlnee 1ms been duly  net eirocttve; nnothur tiHltlnit that j .Inn. MeKny '(fit thnt cheap money \������������������m a rami lii> titket* It, ew n matter ot ;PXPeillpd hy tint railway eompany,  royalty alinnld not ho rollncted from lor tho dovoliipmont of the illntrlet'courHu-uM his Jnvt ileuertj wliereus ir :Th������������������ eurrent wane, local HiipplleH nnd  net mil uottlors t'n any timber wlmt' ��������������������������� whh tho urout nood. Hn w������������������s lookln������������������ ; there he critlclmn Inntead ot pr(jlw, iimterlalis purehnHt'd, nnd stilt con  Houvnr clotirod from land plowpd or ;.il thu hiiohUoh of mnrknts from tlie [the chnnT U too Hen idly laid thnt. trnet i;ita^>iitet> nrovMons of the  to he plnwpd; nnothpr nskinn tlio;point ot viow ut tho buyer, and snld jthe erltleism tw unfair nr Inspired by ���������������������������iirUMtml t'tinadlun Northern I'nellle  Govornment to pass such loRlslatlon !ho Ind always found the prleos hl������������������h some per-Honnl motive? II, Is Imrd , Avt itpplleH oi|tiully In this leylsta  us would otTeetiially   prevent tlio lm- jenoiiRh. ���������������������������[to answer tliese *|iiest.lons, unless we.tloti,       ('onMnictiim   of each of the  portntlon of deciduous fruit, fruit V, H. HiiHimrd hit strnluht from atttlhute It morely to hiinmn nature .new short lines is tit boaln within nix  troos and vogotaltles from districts ,tlic shqulilnr. Ho snld the farmers nf ���������������������������n man taking unto hlmsidt uh h|months and the work to he com  Infected by insect pests; another .uv-jtlio district have been raiiklnK a blfi matter of etmrse till tint nood things; Dieted before the 1st July, r.lll, im  oring tho creation of a general foil-;mistake, "t venture to nay that land nwontliiK bitterly all the imrVel, less an estenslon nf time lor cause  Ing agency, undor tho supervision ot. thoro nro very fow peonln In this In 11 t truths,  oven tliouith  they  ho  Uuitlw. f ������������������!m.ll have been previously granted by  He tlionnht the  tho    district  were  if enconrnR-mont in  jthe IJovertiment,-  Tho HUhouette Hucslnl advertised by!    Ho fur   as   the    lines    of     railway  tlio I.iidioa' Guild of. the llresliyti>rlmi:;tvhtoi|_ hy tite now .Canadian Northern  Churoli, will   be   held In the Humluy j r*ii������������������ltl������������������ measure   are    concerned,  the  School    room,    Wednesday     evening, [company and Its capital Htuek, ftar  purposes; unothor iinrlntt the Unmln- heads under which itifnrmatl-an could \F"h.     ailth.      Ailmlsslrn,     25o.   leeiehlses,   income,    tolls   ami nil other  inn Government, to introduce u paroel.hu Katheretl to plnry lietore th������������������ Oom- Icroam will bo Mold durlni; the oveninis properties and assets shall until  the  tho Government,   for   the marketing ��������������������������� who milk n'cifw,'  of fruit   and    agricultural  produotB;  rotiulremonts    of  .another asking that Hr������������������ wantons antl;itlonti the linos  their   deputies   ho   Klveu full dlsoro- mlxort farmlnii,  tion In settinu llres tor 'mid idenrlnu j   n,   ifl,    Strioklnntl   sil(fR0stwl  Legislation  in Provincial House  1st July, 1924, be exempt from taxation by the Province of British Columbia or by municipal or school organizations within the Province.  With respect to the Pacific Great  Eastern, the just introduced bills are  chiefly important by reascn of their  provisions for the increase ct the interest rate on the guaranteed bonds  of the company by one-half of one  per cent.  Legislative - concurrence is also expressed in respect to the amende! policy of the company as to the loca-  ition of its main line route, authority  | being given for the road to be built  from the Squamish River "in a gen-  | erally north. r!y direction by the  imost feasible route," instead of as  j provided in the Act of 1012, "north-  j easterly to l.illooet and thence alone  the bank of the Fraser River, northward to a junction with thB Grand  Trunk Pacific;"  The second important legislation .  of the week is found in the bill to  amend the l.and Act, in connection  with the second reading of which  Hon. Mr. Ross reviewed tbe organization work incident to his department which the past year-has s?ea  successfully accomplished. The essential feature of tho new till is the  adoption under it of the principal of  free lands for fettlcrs, a������������������ pointed  out in our Victoria letter last wee';.  As compared with the buyer of land  the settler will have by this 1:111 at  least $1,000 advantage, this !:eing in  the surplus value the new hill places  upon the settler's three, years' residence, aside from the improvements  he will make on the land within such  period. Hon. Mr. Ross also explained that the Government proposes to inaugurate experiments as to  dry farming and to thoroughly explore and prospect thc Peace River  country, where it is said nam* new  land is available for farms than has  over yet hoon alienated by purchase  and  pre-emption  combined;  Tuesday's sitting was br.ely de  voted by the Premier tr tite i.tsi-us-  si-in of intermit burnt relations ns nf  ferting the free i m������������������ by world nhip  ping of tit*' Panama ctctnil.  On Kiiday a 'deputation "f womi-n  Und ."itls (.ruining tt ri-pnwrtt the  wtiintin factor ia Uritl.-li Col imhm'*  population waited upon the exeru  live and pnwmeit m petition lor tin*  .extension lu women of the I'rovinvirtl  frum'HWp whieh petition roHtuib* ten'  thitueaiiil sUnmtuns, . "lhe Premier  promised an atiniwi by Wednesday  .the 11Mb.  Tiie House im expected to prorogue  on or about the ttt-st day of the pivs =  ent month,  ] In the Hoy Seoul llrtgade for February, h periodical piildlshid In London, ..ui;., appears n lengthy article  oh the jtn'oil work hei tit: dune iii Kit-  derby hy lhe nr^intujition, t mether  with several pictures of interest ot  scenes in Knderby, Hev, Mr, Hilton  organ ber uf the Scouts here, and  Mrs, Hilton-are also shown.  : Nest Sunday the Knights of Pyt.lt-  . ins nt Knd^vlty will um.itiliy attend  snvlee In the nnptist ehiitTlt, at tl  a. m., Rev. H, G, Kstabroo^, of Van  i iMiiver, taktns the service. Members  'will wither at tho hall nt, UU������������������, THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 20, 19.] 3  ^'Mni7DPV     ^DFQQ ^in'-  accomplished 'by  anything but j "DAD, OLD BOY, .1-1 ERIC'S 'TO YOU"  JE ii^L/������������������_!_t\.D 1      r j_\i!_-0)^   a -sana system, coupled  with a lot of'  iliW-lml  every   Thursday ;it    Kmli-rliy, II.if. at  ���������������������������>- |n-r year, by llit! Walker Press.  ,\il\ c: li'-iin'* Itiitt-s: Trahs'ii'iil. Wu sin iin-li lirst  i::.-i'i!io.'i. lifit: each ?utan|ueril iuserli'.in. (.''.m-  tiiti-; ,<'U i'tumii^. SI un inch i'i':-i'i'nuh.  I.i Kid >'-.liri-.-.:    12. a line first o.m i ti<.:i. M-a !itn  i arh i.ili-.iiiuiMil in.*������������������rti<m.  I!t.u!:!i_- N'.iii-cs ami Local-.: 1.".- a li'ic.  hard a work.   Noxious,   weeds . do  not!    We happened    in   a home the other  como  into  a 'Mi.-.trictV magic,  and I ni"ht" and over the P������������������rlor 'lojr SllW  will    not    go  out of  it at the   the legend  worked   in  letters  of red:  tne.  heck off any magic wand.  Tin!    Covornnunl    should     tai;e    a  haul   in    the    matter,     whether    th. , "God Rlcss Our Honvo."  ' i  farmers are readv for it or not.      TL '  "What is home  without ;������������������������������������������������������  Mothe'-?"  Across Uie room    was another bncf,  FEBRUARY 20.   HM3  KN'FOKCK   NOXIOUS   WF.F.l)   LAW  to delay  the day.  Til]-;  DEAR I.AD1KS  Now  what's  the matter with  "God  Bless Our  Dad?"     lie gets up early,  lights   the    fire,    boils   an    egg and  wipes of! the   dew   of the lawn with  his  boots   while   many    a mother is  sleeping.        Tic    makes    the   weekly  Tliere   is    the    crying   necessity   for     Those London,  lOng., lilies who are  hand-out for the butcher,  the grocer,  lho  enforcement    by    tho    Provincial   trying so  hard  to    impress  up.-.n  the ,tIlc milkman, and the baker, and his  (.fovenrment  of  the law  against  nox-  gowniinnH    their    capacity    for ia\v |'ittlc pile is badly worn before he Has  ions  weeds.       The    cry  is  especially  making  by    antithesis,  arc  deserving ', been home an hour.  of consideration. | Tf tllerc is" n.  arrested the other ��������������������������� Dad Ls kicked in  day, and the charges brought against '7������������������ Z������������������ (lown stairs and find the burgher were: Throwing pepper in a con-,lar and km him- Mother darns the  stable's face; smelling twelve panes ! socks, but dad bought the socks in  of glass in tbe p-jlice station; throw-ithc first P'^cc, and the needles and  ing'a bucket of water over'a police jthe >'ani afterwards. -Mother does up  sjsrteanl in Iiis oflice. Thc evidence:1110 frilit '��������������������������� well, 'lad bought it all,  went to _-__ow   that   she  managed  to !aa(1   jars  nn(1    sliS'ar  loud   in     this    part  of  the  Province,   of  a    great    d.������������������al  ,_n 1  it i.s high  time  it were beard by  One of them  v.t.s  noise in the night,  the back and made  Bank of Montreal  Established   1S17  Capital, ?1G,000,000 ���������������������������    Rest,   $16,000,000  Hon. President, lit. Hon.  Lord F^'athcona and Mount Royal G. O. M-. Q.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presidcn.,][. V. Meredith  BRANCHES JN LONDON,  ENG., NEW  YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from %l  upwards, and  interest allowed at current rates.  ���������������������������' Interest credited   .0th  June and 31st December.  ���������������������������INPERMY BRANCH A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  thc authorities at Victoria. It is  quit.; true that at a meeting recently  held in Knderby by the Northern Ok-  ana-_an Kami ers' Institute, the tines  tion of asking the Government to en  force tlie law was discussed and finally shelved    after    a nuke-shift was  passed api-ealing to the Government lock a policeman in the passage  for a stricter enforcement of; leading to tbe cells, and then went  the seed inspection act. In the dis- after tiie wiirlows, and as thc police  cispion on the question of asking the   broke  open   the    door   she threw the  the  first to ' eveiTO"e    eise    is   served.   "What is  cost  like  mischief.  Dad buys the chickens for Sunday  dinner, serves them himself, and  draws tlie neck   from the ruins aftor  onl treement of the "noxious weed law, \ bucket  of    water    over  Home  which lasted  an  hour or two,  it was  enter.   What    a    country    we  should |  clearly shown  that the  farmers  pres-"! have if our laws    were made  by out-.   la    1S  ent did not   like    the   i.lea of them-Jaws of this type !  selves having to comply with the law j    and  were    really    afraid to have the i  law   enferced.       To    ask its enforce- !  without    a  all    right.  BOY SCOUT    TRAINING  Mother?" Yes,  But "What is  Home without a Father?" Ten  chances to one it is a boarding house.  Father is under the slab, and the  landlady is the widow. Dad, here's  to you. You've got your faults���������������������������you  may have   many    of 'em, but you're  all  right,   and    we'll   miss you when  ,*Dne.  ment  would    certainly mean a lot of j    T!lG  ^chbishop    of    York  recently  hard  work  for    themselves,  an;l  p0s-',,vent  to  St.    Saviour's  Church,   Wil-  sibly  a  hardship    upen   many  whose ': iniiig*tcn, wfiere he was met by about  places   wzre  overrun     with   Canadian \ 2(,������������������ E0J'    Scouts.        "I  knew a  good j you  thistle and  other weed  pests.      Theyidc:i1   about    the    Scout  Movement,"] -  therefore concluded to ask j. half-!sdid he to Dr- Ung in the school | f Wliara Howarth, 'perhaps better  measure enforcement, aimed partial- I n^-v b-v- "whcn it was just h������������������gin-jk,,own *s "Weary Willie," died in  larly at the importers of seed and !nin-'. Gcnrral Baden-Towell used to | Anacomla> Mcnt-> sonlc days ago as  milling wheat. stalk it   over    with    me, and I know  The. action of the farmers in thus '-, vei"������������������' wel1 wllat he llad in his mind  side-stepping an issue of so-great im- *wlien -lie Pi'esentcd to this country  pcrtance is hardly to be commended..!his S^at idea of applying .all his  "���������������������������The Government has stated that it ] moLhads. of scouting-, which had been  is. prapared to enforce the noxious' 'canit so wonderfully in South Af-  v.-eorl law to thc letter when the far- ��������������������������� rica> to Uie S������������������od of our country  mors in any   section of the Province  everywhere."  request'it to be enforced. The In- i "Tllc Scout Movement," continued  stituie has been so notified. There '.tlie Archbishop, "is especially trying  is not ;i farmer in the'district that.1-0 st������������������niP out one of the most evil j  (lies not know that his farm land is ��������������������������� tIlinSs L'iat anyone can suffer from,  depreciating in value every vear ow-'aIld w'>ich has done more damage to  ing to thc inroad being made by the ��������������������������� lin:ili5nd    than" anything   else,    ancl  noxious    weeds    which ^are  outlawed. \Lllat is lonfimj.    When  boys  reach the      Scnd yoUr Wfttch repairjng to Whit.  Each year the farm  lands are-hecom-'a������������������e when  Ulfi>'    ,oavo ���������������������������scll0������������������1  to start,ing.  the jeweler,  Vernon, if yen want  ing    more.   foul.       We have,   to  our:Wol'k'  U,is    mischievous  habit  comes' r,rst-class workmanship,'  shame,  ir..,ny of the worst weeds the1'11'  a 1>10y io    l)������������������lssinK  inipulscs andj   Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  oil' 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."  (E -tract fi-oni Lowery's Lcdfrc.)  (,-  King Edward Hotel, j  P. H. MURPHY  roprietor  Enderby  Wie WHITE  wing" Machine  the result of a cold contracted after  a game ,-of hockey. Years 'ago he  was a familiar figure.in most of the  fast games cf hockey played in many  of the inland towns' of 13. C, and  many of his friends of Slocan's golden clays live in Enderby.  Eighty-five per cent, cf all headaches are the result of r*j'-._icv.-/n. Jf  i you are troubled that way, eon..uk  Dr. S. L. Taube on his \isitto  I'.ceves'Drug store, Enderby, Saturday,  -Var.  lst.  4t  farmer  ha.s    to  district of    (he  the richest in  the   Dominion,  in natural advantages, but these have been  contend with. The.cvil- Tl!e Scouts take hold of a  Okanaursn is one of i'ollt'n and tpl1 'lim t'ia^- 'lle Jlas 'Something better to do with his eyes,  hands and brain. Thc movement  breeds a sort of inner disgust and  contempt at things which appear  natural to the untrained youth; it  teaches him that swearing i.s the  most miserable form  of giving  impu-  allowed to become seriously impaired  owing jo tlie laxity cf our farmers  in the matter of organizing to combat the weed evil. At the meeting  of tha.   Farmers'    Institute above  re-  Why Not Buy Your  fc^c"*  RnnKlJ  T?  ingiisggs  __C_u_t_eds_-ta=it^vaf^  by many speakers that something injnasLy tI]0������������������S,lts    anf]  nct-s !l��������������������������� *im?l?  the way of concerted action must be > tllin-H  wllir:l1    u  "hip-shape,   hoaltliy  done, and for a time it looked as if !clca������������������-liir--Ci' Ind never feels thepowei  the enforcement of the noxious weed'of-"  law would   be   called for.     Then the ! ~._..     fear of thc effect its enforcement on ! C' W* f'ornc11' representing the 13.  the individual crept in, and the dis--^' ('ranit-oi<1 & C'ontracting company  ciission veered to asking a stricter ,,f V:inCl)llve!'. v-TlS in lhe city this  ������������������'|ifnrff'm"nt _ of the. _.;.U iiisin'ctiij'n i w]f'f>i.c._'.'! 1'<ill.g_ up possible .<>ii;;i..i'..'s_icr  act,    and      the    real    (inrmtinn    ,.������������������������������������������������������...llis ,'"'in-       'ril'K   Cdinpany    is  dung  {4\ CL'.;3- (r;t  Nef5,iw3ER._a������������������^  tAL  Home  ������������������C  In stock this week. It is thc best or I wouldn't be selling it. See it  and try it before buying; it will pay you to investigate; easy terms-at  fair prices.   -  Victor Gramophones and Victrolas  -Disc Records - ~  -' ' .Perforated* Music Rolls, from .15c up  -   -  -'-_-. ,.-  For all Player Pianos  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 ~Gour]ay-Angclu6  Piano.  A^cnt also fer Church nnd Pi'.i-loi- Oi-jrana  AImo I-'ire :ii-.(1 I.i To Insui-ancc  Ollicein brick block opp. The Walker Press.  J. E. CRANE,  Knderby AKent  END E R B Y  ^^I^n^SrlaytjT^^tTrtilTrimligree^^  \nd bred   for 24  years i'or eg'g's  done,    .$5,00���������������������������Mothers   of   the  son lest pullets now at Victoria.  Pen 4, ten pullets, full sisters  ti pen in contest, $4,00 per set.  Order early, inquiries curling by every  mail  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the bencb.es near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are in splendid condition for planting.  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and ' will give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orch.-ir, will be planted and cared for at a  moderate charge.  1 GO acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots _.r now on the market at fl75  -pei���������������������������acre*:  question    was  buried.  Wo f'-ar our farmers made u mis-  '^������������������������������������������������������i'- The stricter enforcement of  the sn-.i inspection act. i:: n���������������������������t g,,in_;  f" rM ,!l<- -listrict of the noxious  ������������������"<���������������������������������������������'������������������ ������������������<������������������w liero. Only !���������������������������,���������������������������] work on  "," Cart ,,f every owner ���������������������������f ia���������������������������.| win  '"���������������������������'"i'lish that much-to-lH'.-b'sired  ������������������'"-1- Tl11' weeds have been allowed . $  "- '-'Vnw unnndested  for several  years   ^  ���������������������������'",('!l '"''livblual farmer declining to %  "^' the situation seriously while his ] <*>  neigiibor permitted his ground to-be i |  Ulp l.-������������������-^.'IinK place for others ..s b-rl  ������������������s:Jii.s-r,vvn, The result of this laxitv  has hern nvost serious, am  wl;,,!,. district is suffering.  Kvery man  "������������������������������������ w������������������������������������y to get rid of tho serious  --! -vil. The Oovernment must  ^<Z> m and compel every owner of  ,:,n:l '" ������������������v.iM. the evil/' Otherwise the  man   who    seriously ' tries t  much  (.f the cement   work  in   Vernon.  ��������������������������� and  it  is   possible  1 granitoid   Ha in ard  mer.  that V'.M". 1.1:1 i'i,'-.y  avenue  this tum-  f  i  ��������������������������� '������������������***��������������������������� <*    a    *    a   m^. a <���������������������������    ���������������������������   *    m  E. J. Mack  !���������������������������*  i/l-v'cry. Feet] & Sale Stables -i  ENDERBY, B. G. I  H.'E. WABY  Enderby, B. C.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Kniieiliy. H. C.  Contractors 8c Builders  l-'iisl-i'l.-iss Cabinet Wni'k  and   1'iclnro I-'ratniiiK.  Unilcrtal.iiiif l'iirli.'i'H in ouiiin.'clion.  Next to  City  Hall.  now  the  ;"ow.s that there is but  1  Good Rigs;   Careliil Di'iv- ���������������������������<&  ors; Draying of all kinds.      %  Comfortable and Commo- f  dious Stabling1 for teams.      %  Atito for Hire  '"���������������������������bis clean will  U) Keep bis  <������������������ Prompt attention to all customers <?  f ' '  ������������������������������������������������������'������������������ ������������������w,imj)e,l  by weed- | | vi,t!'1 t0 K'V0 US a triaK  Lund-seekers   an*!  Tourists in  ^ !  J I  ^vs  ,r���������������������������m   tin: fields  of his neighbor. \ t^^/^i^V^i^i^-^yPM'%  '"'    longer    the  enforcement of the  m,xlMUS w"tf'1 ;i('< *������������������ P������������������t ofl, the more  ^vuiuh it becomes, and tho more  cIJfMcriilt it will be to get rid of tbem.  Kvery farming district has at one  time or another been forced to meet  the noxious    weed    evil  wire fencing -R. Chadwick  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Tho inost-aci'iinilL'. riili:ililu ami only Jliirket Hi'iiorl  ainl I'rl'V I.isl (illniiiip.l |mlilislu-il.  "tTljr ^Ijubrrt ������������������ii't;t.prr"  .MailHil  l-'l:i:K   tn llioso  inti'nsti;il In  Haw l-'ura  SEND US YOUR NAME ON A POSTAL-TCDAY  It's imt :i 'J'r:ijiinr'-i������������������:its.J.-. Imt a |'ii|p'ii-atinii Ksuoil  i'vi'1-j- two wirks. v.lrl. li p_'ivi'.s yp.11 r< jk>i \.i of what Is  ilppiii-,'in all tin'.Mai'I.i-l'i of tin- Wuilil in Anu'riean  Itaw l'urs. '1'hi.siiil'orination te wurthlaunlruilM of  dollars to you.  Write for it���������������������������VOW���������������������������IT'S FREE  A.  B.  SHUBERT  The tareest Houso in tho World dealing exclusively In  American Raw Furs  25-27 W. Michigan St., Oopt. 135CMCAG0, ILt., U.S.A.  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Ofiico, Enderby.  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuilding's  Here arc   somo   specials in lumber while they last  No.   2 Lath  ... per thousand  No.  2  Dimension,      "      "  ...$   2.00No.   3  Rev.   Cedar  Siding    15.00  ...   J2.00JX-1  No. 1 &2  Shiplap     34.00  These are good values,and you will lie pleased with them.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������derby  An  i).  l-\  SCOTT,  Throe Pine llnnch, Enderby  ("���������������������������outmct.K taken  for erection.    Orders  and  to over-��������������������������� for spring work now  being booked,  come  it.      We never have hoard  of.it"  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter ,������������������nd Decorator,  Pox 7-1, Knderby.  Opportunity for a  e Man in  Enderby  We have some gilt-edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to tlie 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 ���������������������������- >������������������������������������������������������..��������������������������� ..  Thursday, February 20, J913  THE ENDERBY PRESS ANL) WALKER'S WEEKLY  ^  ft;  Si   ���������������������������  2-  ENDERBY FLOUR  MOFFET'S BEST  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 ?  Wc both lose money if you don't. For sale by all good grocers  or at our mill.  COXJ MIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited  HAE  LOOK    HERE!  LOTS in the new  Teece Subdivision from   $350   up.  $10 down and $10 per month.  Good garden soil, level and all cleared.   These lots are bound to  go up in value, so get in early and get your choice before  they are all sold.  SeveraLgood  buys in  Farm  Land  A Lot of Dry Cordwood for Sale Cheap  H. W. Harvey  Important Work being Done by the  Forest Branch of Lands Departments  Agent  Real Estate Broker.  Fire and Life Insurance.  'Post"Oflice Block, Enderbv  MT-UTT Mill   WWII!   III!  TO   OUR  PATRONS  ���������������������������,.' HAVING DISPOSED OF OUR STOCK AND BUSINESS TO THE  -MESSRS.  DILL BROS., TO BE TURNED  OVER    ON   MARCH lst,  1913,  -WE DESIRE TO CLOSE OUR BOOKS ON THAT DATE, -AND .-MUST  HAVE SETTLEMENT OF ALL OUTSTANDING -ACCOUNTS FORTHWITH. 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.  AGAIN THANKING YOU,  WE ARE,  VERY TRULY,  J. W. EVANS   &,   SON,  ENDERBY  ���������������������������W_fT-^r>#ti������������������*������������������.%M_U-J5_C_,'_ ^7^^_..^rortf*L^-',0;J'VO<W<?_#sV<  ������������������ Sir, will you pay $45.001  for this dainty Utile  Lady Elgin Watch?  1 TT will surely please throne  JT JL to whom you give it. It has a  4 solid gold case, an attractive  4 dial and is in every way a 'gift that  4, will delight the feminine heart.  *p   more suitable Christmas gift  w. It's practical in every respect for it keeps good  %   time and its upkeep   is   low.    You   can't   find a  F. PYMAN, Jewler,    Enderby  AT  Only $25 down- and $10 per month buys an acre lot  inside the City limits, ancl only about 800 yards from tl.e  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    12   LOTS    LEFT  Enderby, British Columbia  The Forest Branch of the Department of Lands issues its first report  today (Feb. 20th). The Branch is  only six months old, but even in the  short time since its organisation it  has done much to advance the cause  cf scientific management of the Forest Resources.  British Columbia has a woo'cled  area which produces annually, according to a general estimate recently made, five times as much as is cut  The wise development of the whole  timber growth anl its protection  from fire are tbe objects of the forestry movement now afoot in this  province. The most important portion of the work is the safeguarding  of the merchantable timber already  standing, and the Chirf Forester devotes the bulk of the report to a  consideration of the ways and means  of fire protection  When thc branch was established  last summer, the fire patrol force had  already taken the field and it was  therefore inadvisable to make radical  changes in its methods of organization. Consequently the season's  work was carried out under existing  conditions. The work was remarkably successful in view of the small  number of wardens employed, the  weather being very favorable, and  only .?300,000 damage being done to  the standing timber. A great deal  of damage to young growth which  cannot be calculated in- figures should  be added to the foregoing- estimate,  since the area burned over was no  less than 116,000 acres.  There were 347 fires altogether. The  cost c.f patrol and fighting fire to the  Government ancl . private .companies  and individuals aggregated $278,647.  This does not include the money  spent _by the- railroad companies in  patrol along their- tracks and by private timber owners in building trails  "and telephone lines in their holdings.  Over 9400 permits for.the burning  of. brush in land clearing were issued,  and it is gratifying to note that enly  eight fires escaped, a result that  shows that greater care is being exercised in slash burning.  The regular force of fire wardens in  the past season consisted of 165 men,  whose efforts were augmented during  the most dangerous period by 48 special patrolmen.  The total area included within thc  sixteen fire divisions of thc Province  which were organized, was about 125-  000,000 acres, . of which it is estimated that about 80,000,000 to 100,-  000,000 acres are covered with some  kind of timber,   and 50 to 65 million  with mature timber or valuable second growth. Thc area patrolled last  year averaged about 900,000 acres to  each patrolman.  The railways, both those operating  and those under construction, responded most satisfactorily to the  Commissioners, and gave attention  .to-clcaring.-debris-froin~their -rights  of way and to their patrol.  Thc Chief Forester observes that  in the nature of the country it is almost impossible to extinguish fires  in many parts of the Province without some - means of getting men  quickly on the ground. To this end  trails, telephone lines, tool caches,  and ranger cabins are absolutely necessary. He regards a total mileage  of 295 miles of telephone lines and  10-3 miles of trail as indispensiblc for  the coming year, and urges for construction in thc very near future an  additional 1020 miles of telephone  lino. Work on cabins and tool caches  is to begin almost immediately. Already bids have been askel on six  launches for coast patrol, and two  for the Kootenay and  Arrow  Lakes  The creation of forest reserves in  which permanent improvements for  the protection and harvesting of the  timber can be made, is strongly recommended. In many districtsthe.se  reserves are of most consequence for  their influence in equalizing the flow  of water needed for irrigation.  One of the most important duties  of tlie Forest Branch is to investigate the lands which are supposed to  be covered with timber and to report upon those    which are more fit  for agricultural crops than for trees.  To this end, and to secure accurate  data upon the extent of timber, thc  necessity for permanent improvements, etc., there were placed in the  field last year twelve parties of reconnaissance surveyors, who covered  about 4,700 square miles, and are  now sending in their returns to Victoria.  The timber of the Province has  been reserved from alienation since  1907, but under the new Forest Act  of 1912 timber sales are being made  on forest areas that have been  cruised and surveyed for that purpose. As yet only- a beginning has  been made, but neverthriess the  sales already in hand will yield in  royalty, upset price, and rental,  about $176,000 to the Government.  The policy is to increase the annual  cut up to the annual growth of the  forest, which is estimated to be in  the neighborhood of G-i billion feet  board measure.  During the year the Government  scalers scaled 1,105,393,751 feet board  measure of timber, exclusive of that  cut on- lands Crown granted prior to  1887, ��������������������������� on which one cent a foot is  charged..  The total forest revenue for the  year was $2,753,579.. Included in  this are the rentals of special licenses,  amounting to  $1,846,000.  The Government expenditure,'- including the amo>mt that constitutes  the Government's'" half of the Forest  Protection Fund, was $278,6,47. To  this should-be added'the half of that  fund contributed by licensees and lessees of.Crown lands .and owners of-  Crown grant timber," and" railway  companies, amounting to ,a further  $127,570. That Ms to. say, the  amount paid out from the public  revenue of the-Province-for the protection and management of the provincial forests was" cne-tenth "of the  total revenue received.   -  The report points out further that  out of every four dollars coming into  thc Provincial treasury one. is from  the forest.  SECRET SOCIETIES  H. I-:. BI.ANCHARD  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  fiuKiilar m(.'i;liiiKS first  Thui-Mlay on nr after the  full moon at 8 p. in. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invnfod.  WALT Ell ROBINSON  Secretary  OF    CANADA  Pa!d-up Capital. Reserve Fund  fifo nrms f\t\n  and Undivided Protits (Over)   vOjd/OjUUU  Total Assets (Over)    $69,000,000  Bank Money Orders  Save Trouble and Loss  By means of lhc Bank Monej-  Orders which we issue, you cau  send sums up to $50 to any point  in Canada (Yukon excepted) or  to any of the principal cities of  the United States with minimum  .cost, and _ trouble, ancl .absolutely,,  no risk of loss.  Orders for sums up to $5 cost  3c.���������������������������from $5 to $10, 6c.���������������������������from  $10 to $30, loc.���������������������������from $30'to $50,  15c.    Use them.  EnJerby Branch,   W.D..C. CHRISTIE, Manner  LONDON. ENG., BRANCH,  f!1 T!:rc������������������<lncci)I<: St., E.C.  F. W. ASHE, - - MuiiH.icr.  S. M. C. IIA-tT SMITH,   Assistant M������������������r.  ^uj^T^I- 0.0. F.  ____ ^ disss'   "Eureka Lodge. No. 50  Meets overy Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  O. F. hall, Mi'twilC bloek. Visiting brothers always    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY,   N. C.  HOWARD LOGAN, V. G.  II. E. WHEELER, Sec'y.  J. B. GAYLORD, Trens.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets overy Monday evening  in K.of 1'. Hull.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  JOHN BURNHAM. C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall FuitnlilcfoCniicerts Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, utc, addrrss,  T. E. RODIE. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ���������������������������TINDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, $20 per week-  Fees covering ordinary illnet-s. S2.50ptr day.  ENDERB Y, B. C.  w  TALTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUBLIC  . CONVEYANCER  Agreements of Sale.   Deeds & Mortgag-K.  Documents Witnessed.   Loans Negotiated  Oflice: Room 2, Bell Block, Enderby, B. C.  Q   L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and -   -  Provincial Land Surveyor . -  - **:  Bell Block      -Enderby, B.C.  D  R: H. W. KEITH,  Ofiico bonis:   Forenoon.  9 to 30:30" "  -    'Afternoon. 3 lo 4- - - '"  Evening, 0:30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment*- .  Oflice: Cor. Clilf and George Sis. ENDERBY  MUSIC  P.  W. CHAPMAN  P. O. Box 139, Enderby.  Visits or receives pupils for Piano, Organ, Violin,  Singing and Theory of Music, Etc.  Courses for the Canadian   or  British Academy  Examinations  GRADUATE NURSE  M  ISS'F. PANKHURST  GRADUATE NURSE  Enderby, B. G.  Phone, 331 P. 0. Box 52-1  t   771M  (W6n7fiw&&wna������������������  ^tfeauiteJTute  PYOLA  Il'.i the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, und BEST HOME  OYK, one can buy���������������������������Why you don't even have to  know what KIND of Cloth your Goods are made  of.-.So Mistakes are Impossible.  Send for Tree Color Card, Story  Booklet, and  Booklet kK'Iiik results ol l.yclnu uv������������������r other colon.  The JOIINSON-KICHAKIXSON CO., Limited.  Montreal, Canada.  SYNOPSIS OP COAL MIKING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tho Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  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 _fhan_2,5G0._acrcs_._  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must bo  made by the applicant in person to  thc Agent or sub-Agent of the district in wliich rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be descrinel 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 accompanied by a fee for ,?5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  ,iot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty therein. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but thc lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of ?10.00 an acre  For full information application  should bc made to lhe Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. GORY.  Deputy Minister of thc Twiterior.  N..B.-���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  I -i  Hi  Ill  fi  4  te  * a  111  I f!  "I  1  -3}  I  If  -?-  j\  i II  I  _> * THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 20, 1913  '^s^^s^^s^^^^^^sm^^s^^s^^^^^s^^^^s^^^^^^^^  <m:  ml -  -   -  -  '.--est  Ii!.*.  We are well equipped to give Enderby and District  the best possible service compatible with the volume of  business offering", and are prepared to turn out promptly,  and at   living- cost, all kinds of Commercial and Booklet  --���������������������������* -i  Printing".  Letterheads  Envelopes.  Billheads  Loose Leaf Supplies  Booklets  Brochures  Dodgers  Butterwrappers  Wedding Stationery  Balance  Sheets  Business Cards  Statements  Visiting" Cards  Pamphlets  Circular Work  Posters  Ball Programs  Invitations  !.___  W  \  \  PROMPT   SERVICE   AND   SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED  )i  agflgras&issga^^  a -���������������������������:--'������������������-;j'.-!"j_r  |.\  tf-  a*  lii  v -'.  ���������������������������i���������������������������  Thursday, February 20, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  w  Hon. Martin Burrell's Bill for the  Aid of Agriculture Briefly Outlined!j^rvl^ ^tZ  (1)   Development of the direct work  of the Federal Department by assistive    the    livestock,  'ing and other in-  Whcn   introducing   his    bill to ap-[swell thc   number    of those who till !llustrics������������������ alo,,K lines cf investigation,  propriatc -ill0,000,000    for educational   the Holds���������������������������to do these things we tire ! ,'CSCarch  antl    improvement  in  trans-  work along agricultural lines, in tho  Dominion House, some days ago,  Hon. iMartin Burrell, Minister of Agriculture, gave expression to a sentiment which shows clearly the high  character of the man, and his thorough grasp of tlie economic and underlying conditions of life, upon  which all progress and contentment  are based.  "On this side of the House," said  he, "and on that, there arc many  men who cither knew by experience  tho farm life of our country, or  whose fathers or forefathers have  toiled on  the   land.       It is well for  going  to solve  the greatest problem I1'101'1''1''10'1,  and avert many or the manifest evils      (2j   The    strengthening of all lines  of     instructional     and     educational  work, in the belief that this will net  that face us in modern life."  He also showed  true conception  of  the needs of the great populations ofion,y moan ljeU"' [arms aml happier  the city when he said: "Two prob- ime11 aml women> hut will embrace  lems especially confront us today as|Ulc increas">e: of the efficiency and  they confront other nations, the j^inipmcnt of the agricultural col-  cver-increasing cost of living with its'leges' the establishment of agricul-  heavy burdens, and the increase of!U,ral srIlooLs> of dairying and horti-  urhan as against  rural  population." ,cultliral schools,   of short courses in  agriculture.     It will also include invaluable work of domestic science.  While Mr.   Burrell   states    that he  lt is evident that Mr. Burrell has ,  set hinvself    to   tlie    task of solving  these great questions of national import, and    he   is   beginning by safe-  ttr.MLIU  111*   CV   C.C C,*1/VC/^y������������������v   (9  believes the ten million appropriation  all  to  keep    in    vision  that solitary  figure in the distant furrow, that IclllcLive classes cf tlle country. He  stooped form tending thc hearth of bclievcs t!lat a happy r,,ral com"  the     isolated    home-symbols      and ; mullity is a f������������������llnfco������������������f strength to thc  guarding    the   interests    of the pro-lmay seem large,    yet it is none too  large for thc work to be done, and  he'expressed the hope that perhaps  the appropriation would still be sup-  types of our national necessities,  our national virtues and our uation-  jil strength. Here between these  four walls we sit year by year making the laws of our country. We do  it, sometimes well, too often attaching importance and permanence to  that which is neither permanent nor  important. Our laws would Ijc better���������������������������there would be less bitterness in  our strife, if wc were oftener moved  by a sincere desire to lighten the  lives of those who, in thc silence and  solitude of thc fields and woods, are  doing    the   foundation    work  of  our  .   comrn,o*n country."  The scheme of the Hon. Martin  Burrell, by which he proposes to encourage the national in-lustry of the  Dominion on a scale hitherto unat-  tempted by any of his predecessors in  oflice, has elicited praise from all  parts of the country.     Political op-  ."poncnts ' have   joined,   in recognizing  '"the foresight,  of   the���������������������������minister, who  proposes to spend so that the coun-  t>try can afterwards save.  state.  Thc Minister of Agriculture in t his  new scheme has shown deep study of  the advances made in agriculture in  the principal countries of the world.  In his speech he showed special enthusiasm for Belgium, and pointed  out that in that country marvellous  results had followed the fostering  care of scientific government legislation. He pointed out that in the  year 1SS5 the dcplet.cn of soil and  the emigration of rural population  had become so serious that the Government of Belgium1 decided to appoint agricultural supervisors or district agricultural instructors. The  following has been lhe result:  "Belgium farms produced ������������������10,000,-  000 more annually than they did 25  years ago at a cost for' every kind of  agricultural education of not more  than ������������������.0,000 a year. What" is now  the densest' papulation in .Europe is  almost supported by the product of  its own farms, which ycild an average of ������������������20   per    annum per    acre as  plementcd in years to come, so that  effective- and lasting development  along right lines of the country's  national asset could be secured.  CITY OF ENDERBV  I\Ir.    Burrell   exhibited    a     strong J compared   with    less than half from  g.''asp of thc needs of the agricultural  community   when   he said:     "To in  crease    the   farmers'  output,  to  improve the conditions of riirallifc, to  British land."  A.'few feature points of afr. Burrell's scheme show what a wide range  the proposals  cover.      They  include:  NOTICE is hereby given that tin  first sitting of the Annual Court of  Revision of the aiunicipality of tht  City of Enderby for tha year 1913,  will be held at the City Hall, Enderby, on Friday, the 14th day of  March, 19J3, at 7:30 p. m., for'the  purpose of hearing and determining  complaints against the assessment  as made by the Assessor, and revising and correcting the assessment  roll.    '  Any person complaining iiL'-nnst  the assessment must give in tico in  writing to the Assessor of the  ground of his complaint tit least-ten  days before the date of. .the said  first sitting of the Court of Revi.-sijn.  Dated at the ��������������������������� City Hall, Kiiilefry,  this 13th day of February,  1913.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  No need to send to the big mail  order houses for what you want.  We have it hore at thc same price, if not cheaper.  You owe us a trial anyway. Send a list of what  you require and let us figure on it. We have specially  laid ourselves out to execute mail orders and you  may rely on prompt attention  OUR   BUSINESS   IS RUN   ON A STRICTLY   CASH   BASIS  LAND  REGISTRY ACT    **  Re. Lots IS & 19, Block 8, Map 211A,  City of Enderby:  WH UREAS proof of loss of Certificate of Title -No. 133.?3a of the above  named property, issued in the name  of Andrew Amos Faulkner, has been  filed in this ofP.ce;  NOTICE is hereby given that I  shall at the expiration of one month  from the date of first publication  hereof issue a duplicate of said Certificate of Title unless in the meantime valid objection bc made to mc  in writing.  Dated this 1st day_pf_Fe^.niary_,1913_  r  The Best Clothing and Gents' Fur-  nishings Business in "the Okanagan  Doing   $50,000   a   year all cash.  . ,.   ���������������������������-  Stock and Fixtures&about $20,000  Lease  over" four  years  to'  run.    Store  new,  and  thoroughly modern.      Will exchange for  close-in  property, or  land  Apply:   OWNER,  P. O.  BOX 386, VERNON  Hearing the new Edison  Amberol Re  is more convincing than hearing about them  In tone production lies the real test of any record.  The Blue  Amberol is thc clearest, sweetest, most lifelike  record that has yet been made.  But it is more.  It is practically unbreakable. A  fall from the table won't smash it.   And it is so  ' sturdy that thc results of the thousandth time you   g^P^  play it are as perfect as thc first. &"     '**"  Ask your dealer to let you hear them.  Thomas A. Edison, Inc., 100 Lakeside Ave., Orange, N, J., U. S. A.  A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found ut  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  O. 1-1. DUNLAP,  District  Registrar.  LAND  REGISTRY  AGT  If you  have land  to sel  j&  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  Hay Land  ���������������������������AL ESTATE  Fruit  Land  Town Lots  Tho Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  Tho Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  L ri I >\-\i im u iii-.; Kir > -I-n-.n-inse Co.  ].oynl Insui"iiieoCn.,of Liverpool (Lifedi.pt  The London & LaiieiiKhiro Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  HI.LL BLOCK,   I..NDI.RBY  In  the matter   of   Lot    G, Block: ]���������������������������!, .  Map 211 A,  City of Enderby:  WHEREAS proof of loss of certificate. of���������������������������Title.. .Xo. ._15..D7a, ���������������������������to-tlie  above-mentioned property, issued in  the name of George Bell, has been  filed  in  this oflice;  NOTICE i.s hereby given that I  shall, at the expiration of one month  from the lirst publication hereof,  issue a duplicate of said Certificate  of Title, unless in fhe meantime valid  objection  be  made to me in  writing.  Dated this 1st day of February A.  D.,  l'Jia.  c.  r-r. DUNLAP,  District Registrar.  List it with me.  Jf you want to  buy land, see me.  My nmv hnoUh t de.MTii t'veof the.Vara Hit-  tr'ct is now out.   GKT   OM:!.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara,B.C.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  -INCANDESCENT  You  all  know    what    the  WELLS-  BACK MANTLE did for lighting.    "It  increased   tbe    quantity    anil  quality  and reduced the cost. Our lamps  burn coal oil, use the mantle and  give CO and SO c.p. white light. Superior to the electric light and  cheaper.     Write for catalogue.  BERNARD   ROSOMAN,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  Agent for The    Mantle Lamp Co.  of  America, Winnipeg.  ^A%  OVER 65 YEARS'  *$*������������������* EXPERIENCE  j Js prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawnj  vases,   peer    blocks,    chimney   blocks I  i also lime and cement. j  Leave orders early. i  Enderby, 13.  C.      \  Fred. Ho Barnes  h!     ^"*  Trade Maiiks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anvonc semlliif? n sketch and descrlnllon may  inldcly ascertain our opinion fruo whellior an  Invention is prnlmlilv patentahlo. Coiniiiiinlca-  tioiiHHtiiaUyeoiiiMouiijtl. HANDBOOK on I'.-iieia.  sent free. Oldest Suoncy for hoiuiiiiii.' patentm.  I'nlenta taken through Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without, ehnrco, lu the  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  ���������������������������  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press'  Scientific flmcricai  A linnrtsomely llluslrnted weekly, r.nntost. elr-  dilution of any sWeiitltic jutminl. Twins for  Cuiiitdti. Stl.75 :i year, pu.UiHu prepaid. Sold hy  nil new.sduulorg.  MI)NN&Co.36,Broadrav-NewYor!(  Brunch Olllco, 525 V St., Washington, 1). (,'.  -_tr 1 "^_l1   ivi.Cci.Lo!  Jf you  want prime iVcsh  moats.  \v ��������������������������� TTjI 1 a* ���������������������������  2 rians and estimates  furnished  have them.     Utir cuttle are giain-fe  and selected by our own buyers from  the richest feeding grounds in Alber  ta, and   nre   killed   and cut strictl  KRUSII.  We buy lirst-hand for spot cash, so  can give you  thc best price  possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Dealer in Windows, Doora, Turn-  i n g\s a nd al I factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  Wo represent S.C.Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  i  .'���������������������������?  '4  .\  n  i =.  vi  Is  H  "51  J I  'i\  I  'fl  ���������������������������3  ���������������������������4  \'-L  ���������������������������m  "������������������������������������������������������ Pi THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 20, 19 j 8  WANT ADS ;Brief Story of the Tragic Death of  ^r^cT^rTK^rTu^^.      .       Captain Scott and Companions  Feb. ar.th, we will resume thr three- , ^ ^^ C()mm,<n^v ()[ the ; one hut meal and fo.)d for two days,  nights-a-week picture shows at the. .^.^ m)p.|il|on tf) tlie scUUh poICi������������������K0r four days we have been unable  Opera     House���������������������������Tuesday.     Thursday  and    Saturday.   We    have installed  one of the newest picture machines,'  and are now    giving as tine a show  as  can  be seen  anywhere  Opera  Hci.sc.   W.  Poison,  together  with  who made    the  Lhe    four picked   men ; to  leave  the    tent,   the gale blowing  last  "dash"   for  the! about us.      We arc weak.    Writing is  _!,���������������������������...  goal,   perished     in   the  attempt.   The j diflicult,  but for    my own  sake I do  'story of their   fate is  told  in a long1 not  regret    this    journey,   which  has  report    from    London    under date  of ] shown    that    Englishmen  car.  endure  Feb. 11th. !hardships,    help    one   another,      and  VohT^U^Vavz Jor^TbcIfer,  new-,    <-aptuin   Scott's  party   reached   the | meet death with as great a  fortitude  -^. L,il?1   pule on  Jan.  18,1012,  just one month   as ever in    the    past.      We knew wc  after    lion  Kn lerby  -Vanaucr.  ly  cilvcd;  l,u'J.i'  road  apply  W.   Lower-,  !: 11.lerby.  ioald     Amundsen   planted   the j took    our    position.        We    have  no   Norwegian  flag    there.       Thcy found-cause for complaint,  und  bow  to  thc  English, the hut   constructed    at thc pole by I will  of   Providence,    determined  still  JOE   LENTO���������������������������Blanchard    fi  Block,   Enderby���������������������������Cleaning   &   Press-   Amundsen and par-.y,  and also  Cap  in*;;     also     repairing.     Guitar  and , Amundsen's report    to  King Haakon  Mandoline lessons  will  be given  by'of Norway,  which read:  George  and   Joe    Lento,   at  pupil's,    "Pole attained J4-17 December, 1913  home or at  run' place  of business.   'All  well."    ,    On their way    hack  to their winter  to do our best to the last.  "But if   we    have   been willing to  give our    lives    to    this     enterprise,  which is for the honor of our country  I appeal to    our    countrymen  to sec  that    those    who    depend    on us are  WANTED���������������������������AH   the  citizens  cf  l>Ju-i- 'quarters  Capt.   Scott  and  party  met   properly    cared   for.   Had we lived T  by  to  see    the    moving  pi-.-tr-n-!-- at   wjL]-,   innumerable    hardships  and   at | should have had a tale to tell of the  the    Opera    House   since     th? ni*w   iast  perished    within   eleven'miles  of : hardihood,  endurance and  courage of  mac.iine was installed. Rir_r.:ies  bright and clear, and ���������������������������; > ;^.t  tiic'.\er.      W.   Poison,  .Manager.  one of    their   caches.       Thc story of j my  companions,     which    would   have  their return    is   told  by Capt.  Scott f stirred  himself in his    report found  with his  man.  the    heart    of every  English-  HAY EOT.  SALE���������������������������Good  timothy  hay  at  Sl.T  ner    ton.  Deep Creek.  0.  Tl.  Tibbits  4t  body by Capt. Evans and rescuing  party. From these records the following  information  is  gleaned:  "These rough notes and our dead  bells toli, but surely, surely, a great  rich  country like    ours'will sec that  and  FOR    SALE���������������������������Rough  lumber.      At  mill  or  delivered  Tomkinson,   En icrbv.  "The first    death was that of Sea-;those who   are    dependent en us arc  dimension ''man Et18'ar    ^vans,    petty  oflicer  of'properly provided for.  .   I the Royal    Navy,    who died  on Feb-  i 17th at the   loot    of the Beardmcre  glacier,   his    death   being   accelerated I party  hathcred    up    the  records  and  (Signed)  party  gathered  R. SCOTT, Mar. 25,1912.  up   the records and  FOR SALE���������������������������One cow, 4 years old; j bycConcussion of the brain, sustained ' effects of the dead men, read the bur-  will come in 10th of March; price, j while travelling over rough ice same |jai service over their remains and  $75.00.      H.   J.  Knapp,  Grindrod.    j time before.^     Capt. L.  E.  G. Gates, | buried    them    in    the    inner  tent in  X ��������������������������� loth Ennis'.villing    Dragoons,    was thc j which they were, found.  MRS. C. PARAIJIS, a dressmaker of! next lest". His feet anl hands were I Ca].t Scott aiul tl;c other membCrs  wide  experience,    has  removed  her j badly frost-bitten,    and    although he j of ,..".,  South   Poic expedition, sailed  *#���������������������������  M  p  ll  IMs weather demands tiie bestin Mines [&>  WE  HAVE  THEM !  Thc "Maltese Cross" rubbers is  the top notch in rubber goods.  The "Slater" Shoe has them all  beat. A ������������������5.00 'Slater' is equal to  any $6.00 shoe you can buy.  Once worn, no other will clo !  dressmaking    parlors    to    the Mat-j struggled  heroically,    on  March  16th jr K{JW Zcnl ntl on lhe Terra Nov  thews libiise,  on  George.  ClifT  Sti,  west of I his comrades    knew  his end  was ap-  ; on  is or,  29 th,  preaching.     Fie    had    borne   intense < eml of    M,,rc|1  SHEAF WHEAT, 2c    per - sheaf;  oat i fU](1 ho m nofc    ^ ^ Yope'to the1  hay. haled, ?1Q per ton; timothy hay  .���������������������������$20  per  ton;    potatoes,   $10  ton.  fvlurdock,  Grindrod.  G.  1910.      Towards  thc  15) 11,    the    vessel rc-  suflcring for weeks witho.it complaint | ,l]rne(1  to New Zeaia���������������������������Ui bringing tidings of the expedition.     Rough weather     was    experienced   during     the  e was    a    brave soul.   He slept ��������������������������� southwar������������������l    journey.   Pack    ice    was  through    the    night    hoping  not  tc I mct with   on    December Gth, in lati-  very. end.  "lh  Capt.  Scott  writes:  a    brave soul.   He slcuti.  -STRAYED���������������������������One    grey  cayuse    mare, . no  Strayed  to my ranrh lst Febni.'.vy  three-year-old iwakc'  but llC awokc in   llle m01'nin������������������'j tude'65 degrees, and three weeks was  visible     brand* *rt  WaS hlowin-    fl hlissssnrd.      Oates t ST)C,nt in passinj, through it.     About  ;said,   'I am    going outside and  may''the end of January   Capt.  Scott set  i ,.-,',. jhy   gone     some      time.'     JJG   WCllt   out IZtr   rrnm   O-mn    I'Tv-.-.tic;     14   miles   nnrHl  Owner can    get   same    by  proving j.     ������������������   ..... ���������������������������    \nil  !loni  ^apc  __,\iiiis,  ii  nines noiui   ���������������������������,. 'in_o   the    buzzard    and we have noti-,r m-ki iiicnnvprv ������������������f--tOrm   with --i  imr-  owners'np    and    paying      expenses, j _ oi  tne discovery sLdwoa,  wii.ii ,\ yai  San"   Pierre' Enderby  Reserve.      4tis0������������������n lum S]nce-" ty, including eight ponies and sledges   .   1    Cal)t-   Scott  ���������������������������t-(1(1s:   "Wc 1:iiav>'  that.to  lay    down   depots in  preparation  CLEAN!  SCt, PRESSING & REPAIR- Oates was walking to his death; but  ing, plain sewing, dressmaking.Miss though we tried to dissuade him we  Airth' hn.s opened a sewing room in kmvr ''lt Was Uie "cfc "f a hmve man  the building formerly occupied" by j���������������������������"1 an English gentleman."  The Vvalkcr Pri'ss, Enderby, where I O" .March 16th Oates was really  she will be pleased to mcet^'all tic- J unrxhle to travel, but thc others;  siring ber services. ' i could not leave him.      After his gal- j  _. -,.������������������������������������������������������,_, _. ���������������������������rrrr-.���������������������������;--������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������. -��������������������������� ' lant death.  Scott,  Wilson and  Bower!  NOT] GE .pushed  northward,  when the abnorm- '  Benjamin Brundish. deceased j ally bad weather would permit them, '  hereby    given  that all | hut they    were   forced    to    camp on  -10  for thc polar journey.  HOGS THE   MORTGAGE   LIFTERS  "All of the West is practically  coming under the dominion of the  swine, the great American mortgage  lifter." says D. O. Lively, chief of  the department    of live stock of thc  Panama-Pacific  International  Exposi-  yivnrjR  ic   hereby    ,riven   that all '���������������������������,nlL cnev    were   lorccu    to    camp  on,. ,IO .    .   . ,  .  Mlja jlJ  lb   ni-11-"^     ir,^1-"   l-"<tt' ,U1 ' ' l .tion.        Oriental countries are going  Hniirs  'lf'ainst    the  estate  of  Bcnia- ! March 21st in  latitude 79  degrees, <10 . .     r   ,        , ,       . .  ,   i  .  ciam.b a���������������������������.uiih*-    un.  LnLaii.        iJi-i.Jti j r,       i       , ]n ^0J.    nQ������������������    QI1]y    inCreased but un-  min Brundish    must bc sent into thc;monutes south, lc.ngitu-.de 3 63 degrees, ; .)rove(1  swine rnisin,r  -n(liriP-f,r-t.hP-nndcrSit:ncd-a--1nv-oiIice^l_niJniLt_cs_^  in the Dell Block, ClilT street, Endcr- _ of the big    depot   at One Ton camp. incver ���������������������������reatci.  th_n Qt prcsent ���������������������������  con.  in-   nn  r-r before  the  fifteenth day of ! r'"c  footl     and     fuel    gave    out.   In   t.       ,  .        ,,     .    ,,      ..    ,  n\,  on  oi   oliuil  Lin.  iiibLtnuii u,i_   ui, .i tinned  he,    'and    the display at our  exposition will be in keeping with  this interest. 1 have been advised  of the following special prizes that  have already been offered: American  Hampshire Swine Record Association  $3,000; American Berkshire Association, _$2,000;. and_thc American. Yorkshire Club, $500."  Pebr.iary, 1913. Capt.   Scott's    diary   Surgeon   Atkin-  ALAN  FAIRFAX  CROSSMAN,    {son   found    the    following,     which   is  Solicitor  for  the  Administrator. ! quoted   verbatim:   i    -'.Message to thc public: The enlist.,  CITY OF  VERNON j Gf this disaster are not -Ine to faulty  Scavenging  Contract ] organization,    but    to  misfortune   in  TENDERS,      marked     "Scavemriim . all risks which, had to be undertaken.  ' ('"on tract''" 'will    be" "received  ' by "the !"(!)"   Tlie Tiss""of" pony" tra'nsport'in T  und(.-rsi'_p.ed up to S p.m.,  Ifith March : March,    Rill,    obliged    me   to start!  l'Jl._,   for    the    clearing  of  night soil   later than    I    had,    intended ;tnd  ob-;  boxes a:id    collection    of  garbage  in   liged  tho  limits    of st.uiT  transported.  the City of  Vernon,    for six  months,   to be    narrowed.       (2)   The  weather;  from   lst  April,    and  a1..-^*  for  twelve   throii.hi.tit tlie outward journey, and :  mijiiihs frnm  the same date. ' I'specisilly tho  long gale in  S3 degrees*  P.-rliculars may bo had at   the City   stopped    us.      (>'.)   The  soft  snow  in  office    Lowest    or    any    tender   not , the  lower      reaches    of    the    Glacier.  iir-i-i'x-urily accepted. j attain   reduced   the  space.    We  fought  I)   (!. TATE, Citv Clerk.       ; there    untoward     events  with  a  will-  * i  | and  conquered,    but   it  ate  into  our I  'provision    reserve.       Every  detail  of  i our plan    for    supplies,  clothing and;  I depots made on the interior ice sheet, i  land on that long stretch of 700 miles;  '.to the pole and  back,  worked  out to  perfection. i  *���������������������������"*"! do not think  human be- .  ;ings ever came through such a month. j  jas  we have    come    through,   and   we  ishould  have  got  through  in  spite  of i  ; the weather  but for  the sickening  of j  a   second    companion,    Capt.  Oates,  land a shortage of the fuel in our de-  i pots,  for    which    I    cannot account,  and  finally  but   for the storm  which  | has fallen  on   us within  eleven   miles  : of  this  depot, at  which  wc hoped  to  secure the final supplies.   Surely misfortune  could   scarcely  have  exceede 1  this last blow.  "We arrived within eleven  miles of  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.  Wc 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''ing.  THE HENRY-NURSERY & SEED HOUSE  3011 We3tminsteh\UVanGVuver-B.C.  TOILET  SOAP  Tho Choicest on the Market  our old  One   Ton camp  with fuel  for  c.  A Box of 3-Cakes  Everything to  keep  thc skin  clean and in the pink of  condition.  ooooooo'.f'Or.-r.oooooooooooo  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  CTilVSl. KmliTliy  fe  ;  ������������������ \*y-*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� &\1i  .f : nVy ,*-���������������������������"**Kit  '^iltiZ/i?}.  ~^^^____^^^lii  Ladies who have worn 'Empress' shoes wear no other.  If you haven't worn them,  better get in line.  The resolution to give our customers  lhe best is lhc reason we say, Buy  "Empress" Shoes for Women. Note the  extreme short vamp and general style.  3  ^.Tf  l___M������������������_W������������������_3>i_:i77C_I_MB  Enderby's Gents  Furnisher and Shoe Man  !!l  WMMi 1 .W HuffUdl  r%������������������&$Xr&y?l / ra  %5__kX^;-;-W / / , S   and invite our lady  r^mry/^ I patrons to call.and  EYE sight:  In getting your eyes suited demand Ability,  Reliability, and above all, demand Experience.  ?*. S. L. TAUBE  Of the Tauhe Optical Company of Calgary  and Vancouver, who has had forty-two years  experience   in   the   profession,  will   be   at  Reeves' Dm, Stores, Enderby. Saturday. March 1st  If there is anything wrong wilh your Eyesight don't fail to consult  him.     Make your  appointments  early, as  you  may need a second  examination.     All work absolutely guaranted as tested,  SUIT  CI.FiANED  & PRfOSSED��������������������������� Now j WOOD  SAWING���������������������������Send  or leave your  the time to get it done. Orders  promptly executed. Rosoman &  Oildcmeuster, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking Parlors, Cliff street,  next J. W. Evans & Son's. Repairing a specialty.  orders NOW for cutting up cordwood into stove"or furnace lengths.  Price, I cut, 75c; 2 cuts, $1.00 per  cord. Address Percy Rosoman,  next to J. W. Evans & Son's, Enderby. 2t.

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