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Array -f-"-i i  S.if'  lff{y\\ \o13  4  Enderby, B. C,  March 6. 1913  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 6; No. 1; Whole No. 261  Enderby News Briefly Tolcl of  First Interest to Local Readers  Rev. and Miss Mclntyre returned to  Revelstoke on Tuesday.  -     Born���������������������������To Mr. and Mrs. H.  H. Worthington,  Feb.  27,  1913,  a daughter.  A meeting of the Girl's Guild will  be held'at the home of Mrs. Geo.  Robinson Friday evening at 8 o'clock  P. Fravel returned from tho coast  on Saturday. Me reports ideal weather conditions at Vancouver while  thero.  A meeting of   the    Hospital Auxiliary will be held this  (Thursday)  af-  "tcrnoon at the home of Mrs. Stevens,  at 3:30.  .Two., trains a day in.the Okanagan  -will bc inaugurated  this summer.   It  \y is an indication of. what's doing, or  . going to bo" doing.   ,   '  Norman Grant has bought out the  "sash and door   airl    cabinet shop of  . F.   [-1.  Barnes   and    will conduct the  j" business at-the-old stand.  Monday evening Constable Bailey  arrested Archie Williams, an Indian  for being drunk en tlie street. The  case was heard Wednesday before Magistrate Rosoman and a fine of ?30  imposed. Archie sold ins cow to pay  the fine.  Dr. Tolmie, of Victoria, has taken  up his option on thc R. F. Dale land  situated on the Enderby-Mara road,  and will this summer cut this proper t up into small intensive farming  blocks and place    it    on the market.  PRESIDENT WILSON SEATED  Woodrow Wilson became president  of the United States on Taesday of  this week. There were tumultuous  scenes of popular greeting at the imposing ceremonies. .His address was  brief but most impressive, and came  from the heart of the man.  "This is not a day of.triumph," he  declared.      '-'It   is    a day of dedica  Provincial Legislature Prorogued  After a Busy Six Weeks' Session  Victoria, March 3.���������������������������The first ses-! the House's closing, but this was  sion of. the thirteenth parliament of quite in accord with ministerial  British Colombia was closed en Sat-!policy, which in this particular case  rrdjy, after an uneventful but never- is to have the measure thoroughly  theiess 1< :sy session. The session considered by the people during the  extended a little over six weeks and  parliamentary   recess    so  that valu-  tion. Here muster not the forces of  party but the forces of humanity.  Men's hearts wait upon us; men's  lives hang in the balance; men's  hopes call upon us to say what we  will do. Who shall not live up to  TI   ,,,   TT. the great trust?.    Who dares fail to  L..V ; Hf,rV0I !S . hftndling thC busi-  try?     I summon all honest men, all  patriotic, - all     forward-looking   men  The Hupel Stage has opened a  booking oflice for passengers and  express at Scott's shoe emporium on  Maud street, near the Kin:; Edward.  Each year of service as a Boy  Scout entitles a boy to receive a  service star. . The" first - of these  were distributed to about 20 of tbe  Enderby boys at thc meeting of the  troop last night.  " Rev. G. B. Stewart will conduct  thc service in the Methodist church  ���������������������������next Sunday evetrirc The pastor  preaches in tlie morning, and the us  ness for Dr. Tolmie  The Hudson Bay store at Vernon is  a marvel for completeness and general sales utility.     Tbey are holding  to my side. God helping me, I will  not fail them if they will but" counsel  and sustain me."  their    annual.,Spring -Opening  next j-,^-. ar0   thc   words of fl m8n Q[  Monday,    Tuesday ; and.   Wednesday, UJon>    -It   wa8 ���������������������������  na   aCcldent  that i  and if any of    our   readers have not  Woodrow Wilson  became in.esi.lent of 1  yet    visited    this  -modern emporium  the  opportunity is  now offered.   Mr.  Gurrie is,there   to   "make    you   acquainted."  Mr.'     Winter,    of    Moosejaw,    has  rented the building formerly occupied  the American    republic at this great  day of unrest and disquiet.  SENIOR TEAM WINS  in this short period there were crystallized into statute law approximately one hundred measures, a considerable number of which possess  more than common importance and  are regarded as certain to materially  stimulate provincial expansion and  prosperity. As outstanding features  of this legislation there may be- mentioned the bill , which embodies the  revised "free lands for settleis" policy of the government, the bill for  thc-creaticn of Mount Rohson-Park  and- its companion measure for the  extension of the areas cf Strathcona  |Park, the important amendments to  the Liquor License Act, Motor Traffic and Game Protection Acts, .the  measure reducing taxation an:l abrogating the Poll Tax, the enactment  for assurance of   a clean and health-  Last Thursday evening the Enderby  by A".' E.   L.aundrcll's    butcher "shop, j seniors   went * up"'against    a senior j1"5 milk" supply,  the new Water Act,  and  will remove    to   Enderby  on or; hockey team  .from   Salmon Arm, on ;the legislation  able suggestions from any quarter  may be incorporated upon the enactment of the measure during the session of 191-1. -    -  "THE ROSARY"  This problem play was given in the  Opera House last'night to a very appreciative    audience. -     The audience  had pictured before them the growing  unrest  and  - irreligion    of  our  time..  The''play presents-a_ faithful  picture  of the misery    and  unhappiuess'thaV  surely comes upon-a man'v/ho'lae'rs  faith in the   supreme    good   and its-  triumphs  in   this _  world.' And  these  are the thoughts presented to thc audience:   Can  one   evil mind poison a  whole    household?      Is  ' the   human  brain capable of producing disastrous  effects upon    a   household by adverse  abcot April lst and will re-establish  the butcher business. Mr. Winter  will have associated with him his  son-in-law, an experienced butcher of  the Northwest, with ample backing  to make the business go.  Since the militant s.iilragettes. of  England blew up the country home  of Lloyd George ancl - set fire to a  pavilion in the Kew    Botanical Gar  the Enderby ice, and the home team  won by a score of 7-4. It was one  of the fastest games of the season,  and as clean as it was fast. Christie  oi mo  _,-c.*i_h���������������������������-.        ,. ,. ��������������������������� i-     suggestive thoughts?     Do we realize  gislation    governing censorship!   ,        ,  ,    ,      " ,,,,.,,  .->.-,���������������������������    ,,:,..,...���������������������������_.     nX l      \ iadepuately how our mental att tudes  vmg    pictures,    the   enactment *.  ��������������������������� ,. ,    ,,  I influence   our    lives    and   the    lives,  'about us?  under which parliament hereafter.obtains an additional year in its term  of life,  while the sessional indemnity  played  a    cyclone    game.   His  stic__- jof members is also increased, the cre-  handling an:l    whirlwind  skating  be- i ������������������-tive acts in    reference to the Audi-  F.OUND-UP-  PICTURES  TONIGHT  There is a great moving picture at-  wildered the visitors, and thev didn't I tor-General's, -department -and the ! tracti.on at the 0pera HoUse tonight,  seem to be able to get onto his glide. 'Provincial* museum, the further ex-]11 is the 19J2 Pendleton Round-up.  He scored fiveo of the seven eoals, -tensions of provincial aid toward jThere arc r,ve recls of tliese Futures,  witb one by Charlie Johnston and 'colonization railway construction, isll0Wlng the opening parade, the big  ual Thursday evening prayer meeting j(lcns a week or   two   ago, they havr   one  by    "Corkey"      Duncan..      Dill  the measures   for    the  regulation  of ,sfca(lllim' steer   roping contest,  mav  will  be held this week in the church. |ueen  receiving  very  rough  treatmciv'  lat the hands of    the populace  when  Manager Heggie, of the Farm Land  & Agricultural    Company of Canada,  ever and wherever they have attemp-  .tcuWto=holtU=meetingSi===l-he=Go������������������-Gi-n=  ^n]  IiojcI    his   first    auct on  sale of ���������������������������       *. ���������������������������      ,        ,  , ���������������������������  .,.,.,       ,    ,, Uliment is also    taking   steps to amena  blooded    stock    at   tbe  Home Farm, L,    ,   , ?  ,, ,,      ,   .���������������������������,, ' i the laws so as to give more scope to  Vernon, on March  19th.   Attention is!        ��������������������������� +    ,      ���������������������������     ,    ,- ���������������������������,,   .,  ���������������������������   ,   .     ..        ,        ,. ��������������������������� magistrates in dealing with  the per-  called to the sale notice elsewhere in '  played cover and W. Duncgn point; crematoria and the registration ol 7nck race' C0WSIrl Pcny race, cow-  otherwise the line-up was the same1 vital statistics, together with varl-'b0y relay race' trick-a������������������d fancy rid-  as on previous occasions. .'ons  other   minor   bills the nacessity  ing������������������. bull(loWS contest, steer ridin j  -f0i-..0|,--]-^,iir������������������pfT,,n_^f-...KiCTu-.vni_i..���������������������������-J-xkU-'itio_n, Jason Stanle.v__aiid_.his_  -cTCrNmTETrr^BTfE as-' proved  I recognized   by    opponents as  well  as  The   Provincial    Hoard    of    Health  supporters of the pnrty in ccntrcl.  this week approved    the site selected ;    Seventy-seven new statutes received ,I3elt  Kcll>'������������������d,nS , C^lone,     Indun  this iss'ic.  The petition for the opening of the  proposed short    road   to  Deep  Creek  petrators of these acts of lawlessness jjy the City    Council for tl cemetery, ,,tllQ   Pl0>Tal    assent    at   pr.-.roration,  and crime. Inmi the    deal    Tor    the property has:makin = thc total number of the pro-  There were some big doings on the  i)Cen closed with Mr.   Williams.   This 'vincial ncts of t-l!s session and year  iIndian  reserve Saturday last.      Alex (property is    located  barely one  mile  ninety-eight,   twrnty-cne  having been  camps and corrals, Indian squaw  pony race, pony express race and the  "Let 'er buck" wild horse race. The  various other   scenes   in    connection  was signel by 29 Deep Creek settlers 'Nclson>  Qf  v WM nrpeBtocl  hy���������������������������7, f^^ ^Zc^leZ *������������������������������������������������������������������������  *V His    Honor "n't.* 2_.d   w,th lhc ������������������lcbration,  with these here  an    ranchers, 10    Glen  Mary settlers   Ulc Tmlinn    CQnslabl       Anto|       for j   <     p^    'J;;    ,7 ultimo.     Five measures remained up-  named-    ������������������,rov,de    ������������������*oul an hsur and  n  Endeiby,    a       was forwardcl  to  0harllc Lollie wa8   cha8Cll into lown!wll,     ,lnwever    rC(,.^,    'close ard therefore fall to the groun 1  mcnt 'nt���������������������������������������������pe������������������ed with on ab nidance  t-u proper ofiicials this weel, aml     ^    ^^    m    ^   ^ ; ^ J���������������������������������������������J> ^Z'^Twt  *���������������������������  ���������������������������**^    "ie    mmi.tcrlal   bill   J''    ^  ? ���������������������������������������������'   ������������������"*    films will be  C.  Fi. Strickland's Lone Pine Dairy j charge.       Their   hear ng   was called Jit into shape and  build an approach  meeting public    irrigation corpora- btnl ^ at 7.30; three of these will be  put a regular delivery wagon in com- (for  Wednesday,   morning.     Barrister'thereto. lt,o:,s  (lcst nt the committee stage),   rei>eatc(1   {lt    the    concl-iamn    of   the  .mission  the  past    weel,   Mr.   Strick-', Crossman  was engaged  by Louie .Mid j ,'   /    " - - jMr.   Fraser's bill  fer  the amendment  !,rst#ru|1 thvon^b s������������������ tllat t:i3S0 com-  land  says be already has more orders j Louie was released owing to the fail-j ^"rks  nrc    at    lasb (lown   anl!of    tbe    Yale-Cariboo   Road  Regula-  coming in than  he has cows to give'urc of   the    Indian    constable's   evi-i������������������       ...     y   hnVe .osked  the ')owcrs, tions Act,    Mr.    Place's   measure re-  the milk, but he is remedying this as! Hence.      Nelson  was convicted and  ai������������������ settle    tllc   ^n^un    situation  for .spccting  the  payment    of wages and  fine of $50    imposed    by   Magistrate   Ulcm'   w,tII������������������*lL rcserve_-_  JMr.  W.   J.    Mnnson's   bill   regarding _  Rosoman. We have suited   2S customers with  street lighting in  rural districts. Thei    backward,   turn   backward,   ob time  A  number of Endcrbyites drove  to   Spring suits, which  is proof that we  bill   respecting  municipalities is also;*11 yol!r fiiRllt; fee;1 me on gruel again  Armstrong Tuesday    evening to  wit- can suit you.   Dill Bros. literally ameng the measures lost by  Jl!'st' for tonight.     I  am so weary of  ness thc hockey  gamc  between  Arm-   --'���������������������������  ���������������������������  ��������������������������� ���������������������������*���������������������������:���������������������������- ������������������������������������������������������ :��������������������������� ttt-. -_=___=__=   ,Kol������������������  leather    steak,    petrified  biscuit  fast as be can find the right stock  ing in late will n0t miss any cf the  performance.  WAIL OF A BACHELOR  In a letter from a friend in the  Hast it is stated that thc past winter has been unusually mild, there  having been but a few days' of good  sleighing throughout. Natural gas  and fox farming are the topics of the  day in the vicinity of St. John, N.B.  Beginning with the first Wednesday  in April and continuing until the last  Wednesday in October, the merchants  of Enderby will observe the regular  mid-week half holiday, closing their  stores at 12:30 p.m. and remaining  closed the balance of the day and  evening.  Tbe first 12 o'clock dance was held  at the Opera House last Friday evening. The attendance was very satisfactory to the management, and all  spent a most enjoyable evening. The  string music furnished by Messra.  Lento & Clark greatly pleased the  dancers.  strong and Vernon, the deciding  match for the league cup. It was  thc hardest-fought cf any of the  league series, both teams playing for  all there was in them. Neither team  scored. Thc purpose of thc gamc  was to play off a tie existing between thc teams. At thc conclusion  of the game, it was decided to award  the league cup on goals, arid, as Vernon led their opponents by three  goals in the series, the cup went to  them.  We have that Chippewa drive shoe  you were looking for, or if you still  wish tbe Leckie, wc have an assortment of them also.     Dill Bros.  The smart man doesn't say what  he thinks.     He says what you think.  PROVINCIAL   ELECTIONS    ACT  Notice is iiereisy given Lhat the List of Voters for the  Okanagan Electoral District has been cancelled, and that  application to be placed on the Voter's List will be received  at my office, at the Court House, Vernon, where printed Forms  of affidavit to be used in support of an application to vote will  be supplied. The List of persons claiming to vote will be  suspended from and after the 7th day of April, 1913, and a  Court of Revision will be held on the 39th day of May following. Notice of objections to the insertion of any names on  the register of voters must be given to me thirty days clear  before the holding of the Court of Revision.  Dated at Vernon, B.C. this 3rd day of March, 1913.  T. NORRIS,  Registrar of Voters for lho Okanagan Electoral District  and galvanized cake; oysters that  sleep in a watery bath, and butter  as strong as Goliath of Oath. Weary  of paying for what f can't cat, chewing up rubber and calling it meat.  Backward, turn backward, how weary  I am; give me a swipe at grandmother's ham; let me drink milk  that hasn't been skimnved, let mc  eat butter whose whiskers are trimmed; let me once more have an .old-  fashioned' pie, then I'll be ready to  curl up and die.  Come in and look over our n2w  Spring suit samples. If you don't  want a suit, have a cigar on us anyway.     Dill Bros.  Zeal is the way wc would do it if  wo bad the other fellow's job.  --. ~* I  famous      "drunken    gallop,"      stage  coach    race,    bucking    horse contest, THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 6,1913  ENDERBY PRESS  I'ulilifhfl  every   Tlmrsil.-iy :it   Kndci-.liy. H.C. at  .;'li \ii-r yt'.-ir, by llii- Will!; it I'lfs-s.  Cur stock is now cnmplete for  Spring Trade in Timothy, rln-  vers, Alfalfa, and all field s;-eds.  Also a full line nf vegetable  see.Is from the lest growers;  also flower seeds in profusion.  Wo also carry a special line in  Spray rumps, in barrel and  band sizes, and our prices are  right. Also Implements of all  kinds. Bee Supplies are our  specialty. Look through our  catalogue: free for thc as!'ing.  Aiivi'i-tisinjr H-iu-s:  Ti-iin-ifiit, .vif an inch first . Government tbe necessity  of  the im-  itii-'.-rtion, _*.">e i-:ifh  !-ub.-i'i|in-iH iiiMTtimi.   Clou-1  tract iiilvtrliKiiiK. $1 un iii'ili lier munlli.  ing link between .Mara and Sicamous,  Resolved, that we, the .Mara Conservative Association in meeting held  at Mara on the loth day of February, 1913, strongly urge upon the  tbe necessity of the immediate  construction  of  the  conneet-  I.i-Kiil N-tlk-os:    \-l a line lirst iiiM-rliuii: M.' a lint"  "���������������������������ach s-.ib.uiiiiit-rit insertion.  Htadint. N������������������lii-o> nml l.ueals: 1"������������������: a line.  MARCH 6.    1913  GETTING   THE  BROOM  There is just one time in a married  a distance of ten miles, . which will  eventually form part of the proposed  road from Revelstoke to the Okanagan Valley.  TWO  TRAINS  A  DAY-  THEHENRY NURSERY & SEED HOUSE  A. R. .UACUOUGALL  W8$iiiisterRd,Vaooc������������������r,B.C.  t/V'  'V  ���������������������������y  4'  /���������������������������'  E. J. Mack  Livery. Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY. B. C.  1  Good Rig-s;   Careful Driv-  I ers; Dray ing o\' all kinds.  H     Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Mr.  F.  W.  Peters,    general superin-  man's life when he wants to "get the   tendent of the British Columbia divi-  broom."        Occasionally    he    get    it  sjon|  arrived   in    Vancouver  on   Sun-  when he  doesn't   want it���������������������������but that's, (]av on  njs  return    fromi the  "Time-  up to the wife.     It   isn't when he is'Table    Conference"    of tlie  0.   P.   R.  on  a sheet of    curling ice.   It might ;    -p0  a   representative    of    the"  Van-  be when  he   gets   home.       However,   couvcr   Province    Mr.    Peters stated  There    were    some    very     exciting  that all the details of the new sched-  games on  the    Enderby ice the past  u\r, ]ia(j 110t been worked out yet, and  week.     Mr.    Geo.   Bell was in town. 'in consequence he was unable to give  So  was Rev.  R.   J.   Mclntyre.     Both  unv information as to  possible chan-  can scent a well-marked hog line and  ges \a  the time schedule of the regu-  back  blocks    away,    and    both  came  iar    transcontinental    trains,   as   the  %   prepared    to    play    the . great  pious  eastern  lines    bad    not  decided   upon  T   game  of  the canny  Scot.     The local   the time of arrival and  departure of  %   club  di 1    everything    to  make  it  in-   trains    at    Fort    William,  and  until  <}   teresting for    them.       To show  just; that   was    settled    nothing  could   be  4   how "sot" Br'er Bob is on the game ; announced as to this enl.  '%   it is as   well    to    know that he has:    Vancouver,    however,  will  have an  '*���������������������������*   the making   of    a    Mclntyre rink all ;augmented     transcontinental    service  i'   his own.      And    to have them right,   this year, as it    has boen decided  to  f   hc started to build his rink from thc . run an extra train east and west bc-  *.'   ground  up.     The eldest is only four, ; tween   Vancouver  and   Winnipeg,   con-  <*>   but all of tbem   already show an in-1 necting there with trains to an:l from  *   nate knowledge   of   the noisy end  of ..Montreal.     Thc westbound   train will  the gauve. i he known as   No.    Gt, and  the east-  Saturday afternocn  anl  evening  ii 'bound  train as No.  G2.     No.  Gl   will  Land-seekers  and   Tourists in fs   was a fight between the Presbyterian tleave Winnipeg at midnight,  and  ar-  and  Methodist.     Ue.ni  Scott skipped ; rive at Vancouver 1 p.m.,  while No.  the Presbyterians and  Rev.  Mclntyre! 02 will  depart from  this city at 3:30  the Methodists.     Scott played   Elder;p.  m.  anl    will    reach   Winnipeg at  rMack,  third,    Dr.    Keith second  and,G:.5 a.m.  Elder   .Worthington    first;   Mclntyre, j ������������������ln connection  with  these trains,  it  Bro. Bell third, Bro. doe. Evans sec-; has been decided to put on a" through  ond and  Bro.    Pyman lead.     Tt was;sleeper   to   .Okanagan   handing,    in-  nip and  tuck    for    tbe early part of I creasing the service through thc Oka-  the    game,    then    Scott lassoed  thejnagan  Valley to    two   trains a day,'  'Methodist goat by piling in four andj thus doing away    with  the nacessity  making them count. j for passengers to stay over at Sica-  After that the gamc was clecirly injmous, as   heretofore.       The through'  favor of the   John    Knox contingent, j sleeper  will  leave  Vancouver on train  1 though    the.    Weslians    made  the  ice   G2,aiid  will arrive on  train Gl.   This  ���������������������������warm in spots in their ardent desire, will give    a    nvich   improved service  ���������������������������to    even    the    score.       The   evening. through    the   Okanagan    Valley,    as  'game was skipped by Mack.     It was; thepe    two    trains    will    connect at   .���������������������������. , looking bad ior the Presbyterians up, Sicamous with  trains cast and west.  JC       f/^f JTMOT,/'^rVTF!   Uj tlle ,ifth en;1-   ^''other Pyman aiul !    .    O.   J UOlNO I U iM il 'Brother  Evans and  Brother Bell  and , EVERYBODY  MUST  RE-REGISTER  Bank of Montreal  Established   1817  Capital, ?1G,000,000 " Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal CJ. 'J. M-. Q.  President, R. 3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presiden , H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW  YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  if  Deposits received from $1 upwards, nnd  interest allowed  at current rates.  Interest credited .iOth  June and 3lst December.  KNDERBY BRANCH A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  Auto for Hire  %  i  <������������������> Prompt attention to all customers *  <i>  X  vi ted to give us a trial  ��������������������������� >���������������������������<���������������������������*   ���������������������������,���������������������������'���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������  ._>������������������������������������������������������i1 *.-*!*>-* -*" f'v !' * "'*  A .-J.-t.  ?  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet lie came "here, aiid now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hoteflhe King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowcry's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, ������������������  I-I. MURPHY  oprietor ������������������  Enderby  A MUSICAL TRIUMPH!  The EDISON BLUE AMBEROL RECORD  Over 300, Grand Opera, Concert, and regular records arrived  this week.   Call, andlet us play them for you.  THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE  - Ts another TRIUMPH we would like to demonstrate;   It is the  - -   best thought of man in the' way of a Sewing .Machine.   Come.:-;.  . and let us prove it to you.  .,-;.,. .'....������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������    ...  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  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. 0. G.  SECRET SOCIETIES  'other  : Brother Bob kinder put it over them', i  :Tlien  the biblical  arms were lowered j  land the tide of battle turned.   In the ���������������������������istcnce for tlle ''wince of B. C  twelfth end the score was tie.l and in j  the thirteenth Mack won out.  Monday evening eight lovers of the  ' hack  and  button drove up to play a,  Vw with Enlcrbv.       Thev had thc,l,,p Lo wnte Lhc    G������������������vernment ASCIlt  Norris,  There is now no voters' list in ex-  Thc  cancellaticn    of    the   old list by the  [legislature    makes    it   necessary  for  everyone    desiring   to have his name  on the new voters'    list for this rid-  game alright,  but  that was all. In Mr- L" N������������������rrIs- VernDn' fcr an entrJr  the two games, Scott skipping one : form an:1 1,aVe the form filled and  of the Knrterby rinks and Dill thc.ma,lc(1 to ���������������������������V,r" Norris before U,e clate  other,  the total  score resulted some-^ f,or Lhe   c,osinS    of    the list~tlle  p|.l._ln_."_in_irn:l,rhV-..fnrnr    i 'Ul   tla-V   ������������������f   APril.   19]3- N������������������   name   Oil  Aprfiil alt=o for Church nnd Parlnr Oij'.ans  Also Kire and Life Insurance  '     Ollice in brick block npji. Thc Walker Prcsf..  ICndeihy A^ent  Deer Park Fruit Land  E N D E R B Y  -~t hintf��������������������������� li Ic  A.F.&A.M.  |    Interest in  the local curling events  i has diminished  to a  whisker.   As the  N'"\..l'!  result of   one   game    the past week,  '���������������������������"i|p|i'i-|iy    I, i \y,  .{(���������������������������tfjlnr     iii'-'tiiijrs     lirsl    Thursday <>n i>r afn-r t!i< ������������������llliams   rink is now seven up and G  full  llll/llll lit  S |>.  Ill    it>')(l������������������l-       ]  r,,., , il        . ���������������������������     I l 1  fell'.w-     Hall.         Vi-itinp tlf,u"-        ' ������������������������������������C     other     IMIlkS      stjm.'l    as  the old list will  appear automatical-  ly on the new list. Every voter must  I apply to have his name placed on the  new list.  No Irrigation Required  These landsare situated on the benches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, nre In splendid condition for planting.  _\n experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give.instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar, will he planted and cared for at a  moderate charge.  1G0 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots _.r now on the market at ������������������175  per acre.  Get in on tlie first block and make money on the advance.   Apply to���������������������������  '"george'fackh'am;  Deer Park Land Ofuco,  I.nderby.  II. i:. I'.I.AS'CHAItC)  \V. M.  down.  br. ti.r.-n o.rdiaPy iimt.-!.  w.lS    p-fiited    la.������������������t    week,  witli  little  wai.TKU uohinson  likelihood of the    last schedule being  .s.v.wai-y finished.      Scott's rin'i,  con.������������������istiir.c  of  At t i-iiltc<r*r>ii fli,   lst;     SymcJ,- 2nd   and  I.aKorge ;ir>l,  is tlio winning rink  for  the  Bell cup.  Try  us for   new   dried   fruits    an.l  jams.  We   keep    the best at lowest  prices  Dill Bros.  1^1;-0:0.-F.  ^���������������������������S__!_y   Kurt-kn l.'i'li'i'. N������������������. f.'i  in'iilay ovciiinK at CnVlm-l',, in I, w.  I.AND   H1..SIKTKY  ACT  M''<"t.- i'.itv  (), K. hall. '.Mi-tcair block.    Vinttiiu.  Iif.tlni.. nl  way,.    w������������������.I.-i>t-i". CKO. UK).I.AMY.    N. C.  MOWAIUl I.UCAN, V, <;.  H. K. WHKKI.KIt. S'-i-'y.  J, If. CAYI.OUn, Tirnh,  ENDERBY   LOIXIE  No. 3.'. K, i.f I'.  -������������������ Jt M    t   o������������������    Mi-'-tn i'vi'i'v  .MhikI.'iv   i-vi-iii'm).'  FrAl-'iiA'Sr    in K.of I". Hall.    Vi-itm-. i-iir-  NJ^T^V-V       ilially invit.-.l  L. iitl.-n-l.  t^s^-J^ .JOHN IWIINHA.M. (".It  ^^<il C. K.sriilfKI.ANI). K'.K.S.  .MABA   CONSKUVATIVES  'I'. K. KOUIK   M I-  K-iitalilc fiirl'iiiici'rts, Mam-i-s and all public  Hit  ont'-rtiiiiiiiii i.t-  Kur raI !���������������������������.���������������������������-. '-tc. H'ldu .--,  T.   K.  KOllll-:. K-idiMby  i    At tlio annual moetin-j of the Mural  Ciir.servative   Association   the   'oilowing oliicers  were   elected:    Bresidont,  t'lms.   W.   little;  vice-president,   lioo.  K.   Little;    secrotary,    II.    G.   Davis;  'executive,    Benjamin    Green,    S.    J J.  , Hinr;,   \\\   II.   Ahier.        The  following  resolution was presented and unanim-  ���������������������������otisly  passed:  In  the matter   of   Lot    G,  Block  M,  .Map 211 A,  City of Knderby:  WHICBEAK proof of loss of certifi- j-^0   ���������������������������_ \in\h  '    ' "        _55'J7a,  Fix up your House, Barn  and Outbuildings ���������������������������_  Here are   some   specials in lumber   while they last :  ;cate  of   Title    Xo.  to   the  above-mentioned    properly,   issued  in  ���������������������������the name of    George   Bell,  lias  been  filed  in  this oflice;  NOTICE    is   hereby    given    that I |  shall, at the expiration of one month I  from    the    first    publication    hereof, I  i  issue  a  duplicate    of said  Certificate j  ] of Title, unless in the meantime valid i  No.  per thousand  2 Dimension,      "     "  .%      2.00No.  3  I3ev.  Cedar  Siding    15.00  .   12.00   lx-1  No.  1 &2 Shiplap     14.00  These are good values,and you will be pleased with them.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.rby  1    Whereas,   it  is  the  intention  of  the j  .Government to build a standarl rond'j)  cumcctin.;  Revelstoke  with   the Oka-'  jnairan   Valley,  and  ;    Whereas,   since   the   construction   of  lhe  Shuswap  &. Okanagan  railway  in  .objection  be made to me in  writing.  WIRE FENCING  B.  F.   SCOTT,  Thiee Bine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts  taken for erection.   Orders!USD,  which  was built upon the then  for spring work now  being booked.       j existing  wagon    road    from Mara  to  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� : : j Sicamous,   thereby   cutting  oil   Eagle  P)   C^\\ o rKxnr>lr    IValley from Lhc ok���������������������������������������������giin- und  V.    Vjll-CtLl W lVvlv       j    Whereas,  since  then   the settlers  in  REGISTERED PLUMBER     j1"^!0 Valloy   ,mvc  bccn >)rom,s������������������i ������������������  ii'oad on the east side of Mara Lake,  (certificate.) Painter t>nd Decorator, to v.\vv. them connection with the Ck-  Box 7-i,  Enderby. ana^an,   which    the    construction   of  - -- - -   ��������������������������� ,tho railway  took away,  and  Every act of kindness brings with ; Whereas, the want of such connec-  it some mirage of the ruling passion ; ti,n lias hampered the development  in n11 men- "f the Eagle Valley; therefore be it  Dated  this  1st day of February A.  ., J913.  C.   I-I.   DUXLAP,  District Registrar.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime fresh meats, w  have them.     Our cattle are grain-fe  Co.  Enderby, British Columbia  Farm Implement? of all kinds can be purchased from  the above Company, who are now in a position to  supply their customers with everything required on the  and selected by our own buyers from  Farm   at    REASONABLE  prices.  the richest feeding grounds in Albcr  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, B. C  A large stock of Wagons, Disk  and Drag   Harrows,  Plows, etc.  WE  SOLICIT  YOUR  PATRONAGE. Thursday, March 6,1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  fi  Government  Concludes Not to  Increase the Royalty on Timber  Educate your children musically.   Start with   .  The Edison Phonograph  An appreciation of music is as essential as technique. Thc  world's masterpieces are on Edison Records, done by the greatest artists. You can play them again and again, until  you have familiarized yourself and your children  with the sort of music they ought to know���������������������������classical  and popular.  Stop in at your Edison dealer's and have him  play  some Blue Amberol  Records.    They will"  delight the family.  Thomas A. Ellison, Inc., 100 Lakeside Ave.,Orange, N. J��������������������������� U. S. A.  A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  THE   ALWAYS  UNIFORM FLOUR    , , ,     . . .  __ _    _i  ~.-m  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� I���������������������������   ������������������      ������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������     ���������������������������      ���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������^������������������^^WI  W~���������������������������^���������������������������^^ ��������������������������� ���������������������������     ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������     ���������������������������     ���������������������������i   ���������������������������     ��������������������������� ���������������������������   I       ���������������������������     ���������������������������.        li in ��������������������������� ��������������������������� __ 1 _______-___._________,__.___,._M_______________������������������  ���������������������������^*mmm*mmmmJamm^m^^a^^msm**m^^^^^^^m>������������������������������������������������������^^^^^^~  Maintains its HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY. Each  Sack' contains flour that will act like the-last sack and  .always give you GOOD results in BREAD baking. We  exercise no end ol CARE in CLEANING aucl WASHING  wheat, ancl also in milling our Moffet's Best Flour. This  all means success to the baker.  YOUR   GROCER   SELLS   IT  If   he   does not,   call   up   our   oflice,    'Phone   41.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited  n  In tlio provincial legislature last  Friday, Hon. W. R. Ross, minister of  lands, notified thc members that the  government had decided not to incorporate in the bill to amend the  Forest Act any clauses dealing with  increased royalties on timber. As  was stated last week, following a  conference between the minister of  lands and representatives of the lumbering interests of the province,, provision was made in the bill amending the Forest Act for an increase in  royalties on timber on the coast and  east of the Cascades on January 1,  191G. In the former district the  present rate of 50 cents per thousand  was to bc doubled and in the mountain the present rate of 50 cents per  thousand was to be increased to 75c,  and the Doyle scale was to there give  place to the British Columbia log  scale.' Everything in connection  with the arrangement appeared to be  perfectly satisfactory to all concerned. In explanation of his request that sections 10 and 12 of the  amending bill���������������������������the former fixing the  increased royalties ��������������������������� and the latter  providing for the use of the B. C.  scale���������������������������be struck - out, Hon. Mr. Ross  stated that the government had decided to conduct a further enquiry  into the question of royalties on  timber in order that every aspect of  this vitally important niatter might  be investigated.  It would seem that this decision on  the part of the government is by far  the wiser course to pursue. The  lumber output of , British Columbia  is about one and a quarter billion  feet per", year, " while the annual  growth, according to' the report of  the Forest Branch, is over five times  the present ' annual ,- cut." -.And yet,  even on thc .present cut,,, the .cost to  the government in. handling this  branch, of the government's business,  of fire protection, forest reserves; replanting, scaling, administration,  etc., i.s barely ten 'cents on the dollar. Jt would seem, therefore, that  the question is a very large one, and  in fairness to all concerned, would  justify the most exhaustive enquiry  before such legislation is put through  and the industry upset by these increased demands.  .When this industry and that is  constantly appealing to the, government for assistance in one way and  another, it is refreshing to see tht  lumber industry more than making  good. It would be quite a different  matter if it were costing the government say 25 per    cent of its revenue  ,from this source to conduct this de-  ! partment, but, where the cost is only  IIO per cent.; it would look like rob-  ibing Peter to pay Paul to double-up  on the royalty.  A GENTLEMAN 18  A man that's clean inside anl out  who neither looks up to l..o ricn .-'.or  down to the poor; who can lose without squealing and can win without  bragging; who is considerate of women, children and old pec.ple; who is  too brave to lie, too generous to  cheat, ancl who takes his share of the  world and lets other people have  theirs.���������������������������N. Y. Sun.  MUST RE-REGJSTER  According to a notice published in  another column, it is necessary that  |all desiring to have their names on  jthe new voters' list of the province  i to see that their names are re-registered. Only a little over a month  ! remains in which this registering  j may be done. It therefore behooves  all to get busy.  EVERYBODY PLEASED  Revelstoke, March 1.���������������������������Great satisfaction is felt locally at the announced figures of provincial appropriations for the coming year, including as they do provision for the  completion of the Mount Revelstoke  Alpine Scenic motor road, and the  linking up of this district by automobile rood via Mara, Enderby and  Vernon, with the Okanagan .and subsequently to Vancouver.  While we have not seen the papers  and, perhaps, are speaking ahead of  the facts, -it is evident from this bit  of news from Revelstoke, that the  Department' of Works will this year  comply with the long-expressed wish  the citizens of the Northern Okanagan, and re-establish road communication between Mara and Sicamous,  thereby complet'nj the "connection  that will link the Okanagan by Wagon road to Revelstoke, and the  many important points lying between. It i.s certain to prove one of  the most attractive auto roads in the  Doinioion, coupling as it will the  wild scenic beauty of Mount Revelstoke and district, with the prosperous pastor? 1 and fruit district of the  famous Okanagan. Tt will brin;j to  the Valley thousands of visitors by  auto who never would be induced to  make the trip    by   rail,  1913  Gives promise of being the most prosperous year in  the history of  ENDERBY  By purchasing Real Estate in this district you are assured of a  sound investment and value for your money.  We have.a number of A 1 propositions.  "Write" ior particulars,-it is no trouble to answer questions.   H. W.Harvey  Agent  Real Estate Broker. Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Office Block, Enderby  OF    CANADA  Pald-UpCapital.lleficrvcFund <������������������Q \*?K ft ft ft  mil Undivided I'roilts (Ova) ������������������i������������������0,i������������������ tJ,VVV  Total AnmcI* (Over)   $63,000,000  | Sir, will you pay $45.00 j  for this dainty little  Lady Elgin Watch:  I TT will surely please the one  I 1 to whom you give it. . It has a  I       solid gold case, an  attractive  I dial and is in every way a gift that  I will delight the feminine heart.  d It's practical in every respect for it keeps good  P time and its upkeep   is   low.    You   can't   find u  A more suitable Christmas gift.  t  -mm  F. PYMAN, Jewler,    Enderby  Save Systematically  Haphazard, occasional saving  seldom accomplishes much. It's  the steady, per.sisleut, regular  depositing of so many dollars a  week, or month, or season, in the  Union Bunk of Canada, which  makes one financially independent.  The money accumulates all the  more rapidly, too, because of tlie  Interest wliich is added every  six .months.  ���������������������������'Try it.  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  LQNBON, ENG., BRANCtf,  SI TlrreiHlnecdlc St., E.C.  F. \V. ASHE, - - Maniificr.  G. M. C. HART SMITH,   Assistant Mfjr.  rOR_SAJL,,.i  2,000  Hardy Perennials  AND  50 Climbing Roses  IMPORTANT  AUCTION SALE  OF   HORSES  Hiivinp- received  instructions from   the   LAND  unci AGRICULTURAL COMPANY of CANADA  I will sell by Public Auction :it their  HOME FARM, north of Swan Lake, VERNON, B.C.  On Wednesday, March 19th, 1913  Siile will commence at 12:30 p.m.  1  Pedigreed Pcncheron Stallion. "IIERIVEAU'.  limp J 11*_7 : 737I*S, color dark grey, fooled Maich  15th, 1!)G7. bred by M. Riant, France, ami imported  in November, 19C0, by P. Le Guen, Alberta.  3 Puiigrecd Percheron Mares, 0 years old, in foal  to "ileiivcau.  The above Percheron stock is the best in  the  Valley, and should attract buyers intciesttd in  this breed.  15 Teams of Heavy Geldings and Mares weighing  from about 2SO0 to 3000, broken to harness, and  ranging in ages from 5 to 9 years.  20 -1-year-old Geldings, weight about MOO, well  handled but not broken to harness.  16 head of younger stock from heavy marcs,  By courtesy of IheC. P. Ry. the train will stop at  Ranch siding, both ways, on day of Sale: and conveyances will be on hand at Company's Vernon  office to meet arrival of boat special al Verncn to  t������������������ke buyers from Lake points out to Companys'  Home Farm.  T2RMS: Onc-t! irJ Cash: bal. aix months, approved lien notes at S per cent int.  T. J. TRAPP & CO.. Auctioneers'  Lunch will be s rved  ALSO  A  Few Red and Black Currant Bushes  Would he ghul if old customers would let  me know their plans early, a.s 1 may in t  have lime to do nlany places this year.  Let me do your pruning now before the  spring rush.  Eggs from bred-to-lay Barred Rods  $1,25 per 13  J. GARDNER,B0X 40, ENDERBY,B.C.  PROFESSIONAL  "TINDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  M .ternity Fees, ?20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness. $2.50 per day.  ENDERBY. Ii. C.  W  ALTER ROBINSON  notary runLlC  CONVEYANCER  Agreements of Sale.   Deeds & Mortgages.  Documents Witnessed.   Loans Negotiated  Oflice: Room 2, Bell Block. Enderby. B. C.  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Oflice hours:   Forenoon,  0 to 10:"0  Afternoon, 3 to ���������������������������!  Evening, C:30 to l-.M - -   :. ��������������������������� _  Sunday, by appointment  O/Iice: Cor. Cliff and GeorgeSU ENDERBY  MUSIC  p W. CHAPMAN  *���������������������������   ��������������������������� "  P. O. Box 130. Endeiby.  Vit>it.s or recrive.* 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, IJ. O..  Phone, 331 P. O. Box 52-1  JAMES   MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit Lind H������������������y Livnd  Town Lots  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  L iti-1 n-Linii'isliire Fire In-uirance Co.  Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life depl  Tho London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  HELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  lyNOPSrorCOArMiNirRLCULATIONS^  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd Alberta, the Yukon Territory, thc  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 than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application    for   a   lease  must bo_  made by the"   applicant in'pefson to  the Agent   or    Bub-Agent of thc district ln  which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory thc land must  be describe;! by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in tin-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by thc applicant himself.  Each application must bo accompanied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for arc  aot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of live cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish thc Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. It the coal mining  rights arc not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may bc considered necessary for the "working* of  the mine, at" the rate of ?10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. GORY,  Deputy Minister of the interior.'  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  .���������������������������"'/. ^.  THE ENDKKBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  "^tr.  Thursday, Marc     , xVj^  __^#x__5������������������-cS=_*_2_2ES____-^^  Billheads;:;;;^^  Loose Leaf Supplies  s  Business Oards  Statements  Visiting- Cards  Brochures  Dodgers  Butterwrappers  Wedding Stationery  alance  Sheets  Pamphlets  Circular Work  Posters  Ball Programs  Invitations  PROMPT   SERVICE   AND   SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED  RESS, ENDERBY  r__iS__Si!S3  ja^fiie^fwaRSfMS-fsva; Thursday, February 27, 1913  '.THE ���������������������������ENDKRHY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ���������������������������9  Government Makes More  Stringent Games, Protection Laws!  Several important changes in the gcs become a liability on the patient *  Game Protection Act were made in a his executors or administrator*-., a., a '  bill  which  passed  thc Provincial  law   debt due the municipality. j  makers in    the    closing hours of the *    The control    and    regulation of all j  session just    ended.       It is now un-'private    hospitals    is    taken    by the j  lawful for    any    resident of the pro-  government under the Act.     All such  vince to hunt animals or birds or to  hospitals must be  licensed.       Before i  carry firearms of any description,  or  a licsnse will   be    issued the private!  air guns, or any    device for the pur-  hospital  must pass inspection  by an  pose of capturing any animal or bird  oflicer appointed  by the  government,  without first taking out a licence. In  Revocation of    license by the provin-  addition  to    taking    out   a   licence, jcial secrcsary may occur if the Ucm-  hunters   will   be   required to wear a  see is convicted of an offence against  badge showing- the   number of their'the Act, or if in    the opinion nf lhe  licence.      These    licences will not be inspector    the   hospital premises are  transferable.     Any breach of the Act'insanitary,   or if    the    institution  is  involves    cancellation    of  a  hunter's \ not conducted    in    a proper manner,  licence.     Licences    will aot be issued {The decision c.f    the provincial secre-  to boys under 16, except at the writ-j tary  as to    revocation    of a license  ten request of parents  or guardians, ! will be final    and   shall not be ques-  who shall undertake    that such boys  when  carrying    firearms,  will  always  be under their supervision or that oi  some responsible licence holder.  There are three classes of licences:  an ordinary, to carry firearms and  hunt birds anl deer, other th:n  moose, wapiti and cariboo, costing  S2.50; a general, to hunt game, birds  and animals, $5; a special, to carry  firearms and trap, $10. Holders of  general or special licence must, within 14 days of date of expiration, return   the   licence    to    the provincial  tioned in any court.  NEW VOTERS' LIST  The general voters' lists for B. C.  were cancelled on March 3rd (Monday  of this week), and the new lists will  be closed on April 7th. Courts of revision will be held on the third Monday in May. All this is in accordance with a bill brought down in the  legislature th. last day of February,  amending the present Elections  Act.  The reason  for    the amendment  ol  the Act is that it is highly desirable  gamc warden with a sworn statement  that absohltely new Hsts  of  electors  of the number of each species of big  game or animals trapped. Prospectors having a free miner's certificate  should  he    prepared    at    least  once  every ten years; indeed, this has been  ^ the practice in this province since its  may  obtain   ordinary  licences  during inception.     The =resent lists in force  in  the various    electoral districts of  the open season, while actually engaged in prospecting; so may farmers  and-their  which they "permanently" reside. Any  firearm found in the possession of  any person riot having" a licence may  be" seized and confiscated.     - .  I the province   have   been in use since  sons   hunting on land on 1903_   During    that    time there have  been many changes of address on the  part of thousands of voters enrolled  and the lists are today in a state far  [ from perfect from    the point- of view-  It is provided that no person shall  of tne electors themselves.     In addi-  years, not counting the recent deposed Madero and his traitorous successor, Hucrta. Therefore the news  of the present revedution is not the  shock. But the unspeakable treachery of Huerta and his followers will  disgust the civilized world. Hierta  was in command of the federal troop  under President Madero. No doubt  his treachery there is accountable foi  the prolonged fighting against the  revolutionists, and the failure of his  troops to put down the rebellion.  Finally Huerta's duplicity came to  the surface. While banquetting with  President Madero and his staff, Huerta used a detachment of his troops  to place President Madero and staff  under arrest. Then, in the dead of  night Madero's brother, and on2 of  his staff, was taken from the palace  prison and ostensibly liberated, but'  as he walked away a squad of Huer  ta's soldiery fired upon him from behind and riddle    him with bullets.  This was bad enough, but there  was worse to follow. ^The depose!  president, Madero, was to be immediately - exiled hy Huerta. With  his wife and family he was driven to  the   railway    station    to   hoard  the  guide  to prouuee  that there    are    thousan[rs  of le  for inspection that person's firearms' ;resident here who flre not cn the  licence, and* failure to do so consti- :present list, and apparently the only  tutes a breach" of the Act. All li-jWay to have them Usted .g by meang  cenced guides shall, within 14 days - of a general ^-registration  of .the expiration of- their licence, j The bill providing for the creation  furnish the provincial game warden ' of new lists cf voters wm make u  with-a statement showfing the number  of persons whom they have served,  the number of days they were engaged in hunting and the number of  different species of big game killed.  WISE   LEGISLATION  imperative that all foreigners seeking  registration as voters produce their  naturalization papers when so doing.  A statement of    such    naturalization  to prison.       There    was no trial, no  charge  against    him.   From  the  palace prison*he was taken at midnight!  ostensibly to be    driven to the peni-1  tentiary.     He    was   accompanied by I  Suarez,   vice-president  under  him.   A j  squad  of Huerta's brave soldiery es-;  corted  them.     The next thing heard  in the dead of    night are same shots  from the darkness in which they disappeared, anl' the bodies of President  must be filed    with   the registrar of;Madero    and    Vice-President    Suarez  voters  when   application    fcr enroll-  are borne to the    mortiary, the pre-!  One of the many important pieces  of legislation passed by the session:  of the local legislature which was;  brought to a close last Saturday, j  was thc "Hospital Act Amendment!  =Vct7"~ni trDTlTfclfti^lT>^IWn1^rJrT"Yl3u ffgrf  provincial secretary. Under chis Act  all municipalities will be required to j  pay to hospitals treating indigent;  patients originating from within ,  their   municipal    boundaries    for the ]  ment is made, and in the event of,silent shot fcv Cii2 bullet from the  the registrar not being catisSed, or j bac- of thc hCad, an.l Suarez riddled  having any doubt as to the bona-'in the face. A story is told of the'  fides of the applicant he may require J attempt cf some numerous persjns!  the latter to appear before him at a [to liberate the president, _nl of a1  court of revision. If the registrar | fusillade of bullets, in which the pres-'  is_not. then_-_satisfied-tha_t___tjii^app_l^  cant should   lie    allowed  registration  ; his name may be struck off.  IN SAVAGE MEXICO  None of the soldiers were shot; none i  of the "rescuing parly" were shot or :  captured; the bullets didn't f.n 1 any-,  body  but  Madero    anl    Suarez,  audi  The civilized world will be shocked .they wcra ,:ein* convoyed in an auto  mobile with only thHr heads shnwin*;  above the auto   seat.     Those troop-  care and  treatment of such  patients | at the recent news from Mexico, that  at a rate not higher than one dollar i seat of    revolution.      For nine days  per day.       Provision    is   also made'there was a battle royal at the seat  crs t,f  Hucrto *i''c apparently  better  ..that._nuinicipulities-.can-make-a- fixed  of-the- national- government- between-^1? -tl-'-e-r-iilf,-s-l?on*iin������������������- tr"���������������������������r_.frlends  grant to hospitals in lieu of liability , the government   troops   anl a small   from 1)Chin:i  tlmn ,n <l"eIlin" ������������������ '*eVt>  for maintenance of patients, and  where no such agreement is made the  hospital shall notify the municipality  affected of the arrival of patients at  the hospital who claim residence in  the municipality so notified, inon'cr  that the municipal officers may be  able to look up the identy of the patients.  army    of   revolutionists  under Felix .ll,tlon-      Thc    th,n������������������    that hurts,  i.s  Diaz.     Dig Canon were used on either   thut    ch'ilizci1    nations   ������������������"<* bs our  side, and  many innocent people were  killed by the flying shrapnel if only a   '" ft ("f)lomntic W  few of the sol Hers and revolutionists ,  ! own have  to recognize these  Indians  perished. This was net so bad, con- '  sidering that Mexico has been a revo- '  lutionary cal Iron for the past fifty:  years or more. They have had fifty- '  Where a municipality settles the [nine changes in the national govern-'  bill of any of its residents the char-[ment in Mexico   in the past fifty-one  CITY OF  I.NDE1.1J..  The home of Mr. F. W. Collin, a prosperous intensive farmer  NOTICE is   hereby   given that tht  first sitting  of  the  Annual   Court  o'  Revision of   the   Municipality of tht  Oity  of  Enlerby    for  the  year  1913,'  will be held at the City Hall,  Ender- '  hy,    on    Friday,    the    14th    day  of :  March,  1913,    at    7:30 p.  m.,  for the  purpose  of    hearing anl  determining.'  complaints    against    the  assessment  as made by thc    Assessor, and revis-'  ing  and    correcting    the  assessment  roll.  Any    person    complaining    :;j-'.pst  the assessment   must    give in tico it;  writing    to    the    Assessor     nl     thc  ground of his complaint at least ten ,  days  before    the  TO-NIGHT!  The Wonderful Motion Pictures of the Greatest of  all  Entertainments  THE   191S  'WHERE THE COWBOY IS KING "  THE   WORLD - FAMOUS . CHAMPIONSHIP  ouse  ONE   NIGHT   ONLY  TWO   SHOWS,   STARTING   AT  A faithful record of true cowboy life, showing the extremely  thrilling and dangerous exhibitions, spirited with keen rivalry fcr  the honors. "   '���������������������������  All the interesting features .of the, so rapidly vanishing,  Western range life.  One thousand participants, including Cowboys, Cowgirls ar.d  Indians, besides as many horses, wild bronchos and cattle.  All  the  flowers of' the West, including Tilly Baldwin. Bert  Kelly,   Ben  Hutchinson,   Narcisse McKay,  Jason  Stanley,  Jim  "Ghapman-and-~other=notables.  FIVE  REELS  OF PICTURES  One Hour and Forty-five Minutes Intense Excitement  PRICES.:. Childrcn,_25c._ ..Adults,. 50c.._.  to-night:  FREE  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Thi' ruCKt nmimt<', reliable ami only Market Kcport  a J i ��������������������������� 1 Trite U������������������ ufin Ui.p1 juilphslj.-.l.  "(Thr Jpluibn-i Jphipiirr"  MsiIIin]   F1:|:K   to  thj-,0  iuteri--lis|  In   Itaw  Furs  SEND US YO'.'R NAME ON A POSTAL���������������������������TCD*Y  It's Mit n 'Ii-!|i]iit's fiiii-li". Imt n ]iii;>..i.'iti"ii l-sneil  (���������������������������wry two wi i'!i������������������, ���������������������������v.-V.i h pvns y..n r. ;iort������������������ ofwli.it Is  il.pilii; In all tin.-.M:ir:.clicpft!iu \\i>x'Z\ ill American  Il,iw Furs, This Information Is worth hundred, of  tlo'l ir. toyoii.  Write for it���������������������������NOW-IT'S FREE  A.  B. SHUBERT  The Largest House in lhe V/o-ld dea'lng eiclus  American Raw Furs  25-27 VY. Michigan Si , Dcpl. 135CHICAG0  ivcljf in  U.S.)  CJTV  OF  Yl.RNON  Scavcnjinj;   Contract  TENDERS,     markel    "Scavenging  Contract"   will   lie    rcceiveJ    by  the  date    of   the said ; undersigned up to* 5. p.m., 15th March  first sitting of the Court of TtevUijn. i1913-  for   the    clearing of nUht soil  Dated at the    City  Hall, .End?; ry, :t)0Xes and    collection    of gnrhage in  this 13th day of February, 1913. :the cit.v of Vrrncn,    for six months,!  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,      from  lst  April,    and also  for  twelve  City Clerk. * months from the same dale.   i    Particulars may le had at the City  FOR SALE���������������������������Part Jersey heifer, new-��������������������������� Office.   Lowest    or    any    tender   not  ly calved;    apply  W.  Lowes,   M.il.el   necessarily accepted.  Lake road,   t.'hderby. j D. (',. TATE, City Clerk.  <0yS -&1& 7uy&t'irt'i>/6-}r-  Tne, - J%6 rAtm/i  7&^bavri������������������refiua������������������  Xjfyz&tfecmeJ7M&  It's Hie CLr.ANr.ST, SIMi'LEST, and BEST IIOMIf  I>\T, one can huy--\\'hy you don't even have to  know what KINO of Cloth your Goods are inuilc  of.--.So Mistakes arc Impossible,  Scud for Free Color Card, Story   Booklet, and  Itooklet Klvlni; results uf O'yclaR over other colors.  The JOHNSON.HICHAKOSON CO., Limited,  Montreal, Canada.  STRA VKD���������������������������One grey threc-year-ol!  cayiiKC mare, no visible brand.  Strayed to my ranth 1st Feimi '.vv.  Owner can f;et same by ��������������������������� p.-nvin :  ownership and paying expenses.  Sanv. Pierre, Enderby Reserve.     'it **1  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 6,1913  SYRUP OF  AXD  CHLGRODINE  PRICE  50c.  A.  certain  cu re   iqr Coughs.  Golds  and  Bronchial  Irritations  OOOOOOv'  0 OC .-OO ooooo ooo o oo  A.  REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cli  iv si  Enderhy  m     FROM  READING,   ENGLAND  A. J. Woodward  Sole Agent,  511 Granvilie Street,  Vancouver  (oio Fort Street    .   *.    Victoria  Catalogue on Application  POULTRY ASSOCIATION' 'start  as early    as    possible with  the  j   : passing of the snow.  1 Tlw annual moetins. of the North- t This last m..vc of the Lan 1 Com-  ern Okaiia;rni*i Poultry Association pnny in deciding: to enter the pro-  was h.Md in the City Hall last Salur- duce field will be accepted with a  day afienioon. President Petar was feeling of satisfaction, especially by '  in lho chair. The attendance of mem-'our produce* and fruit men. Also  hers was not laryc. but there was no the erection ol" a business block on  lack or interest. After the president tlie Pols m coinsr will be good news  and secretary-treasurer had reported to all lVavine; an interest in the de-  on  the    affairs    of    thc    association, ' velopment  of the  business section.  wliich   reports  showed   the  society  to i    be in a very good condition after the!      SCOUT I-30CK..Y TEAM  WINS     ':  last  poultry  show,  with a small  bal- ]  ���������������������������wee  on  hand,   the    following  alicevs ���������������������������    ���������������������������ere was a game of hockey on the,  for   the    ensuine    voir    were elected: ; Rrulerby  ice  last  Saturday  afternoon  President,    Thos.    Sharpe;  vice-presi-   between the Enderby Scout team ana  ..lent.-     Thos.    Robinson;      secretary- | " team from  Salmon Arm.     The vis-  ; treasurer,   Capt.   Cameron;   executive,   itors  proved   themselves   true  sports,  : Messrs.  Crofts,  Cowan,  Gardener and, but    they    co.-ildn't" play    hockey  in  '.Marshall, with one left to.be filled bv |competition  with the  home  boys.    It  the committee Iwas    aU   interesting    game from  the  An important discussion arose as to [ s^oot-ofT, but at no time were the  the advisability of holdin- so many iEnderby boys in close quarters. They  small shows in the Valley, and in!shot five goals before the visitors  this connection it was moved bv Mr. had a look-in. When the game ended  Wabv and clulv carried, that it was . the score stood 10-5 in favor of thei  the opinion of tlie meeting that nn. Scouts. The line-up was as follows:  of the poultry associations in the Salmon Arm-W. McPhail, goal; S.  Vallev sho-sld combine in holding one Griffiths, point; H. Williams, c.point;  central show each winter, and the F- Gale, rover; L. Ehlars. 1. wing:  secretary was authorized to write the i*. Ehlars, centre: C. Robinson, right  several secretaries in an effort to get >"inS- Enderby-R Grant, goal; P.  together on  the proposition. f Mowat, point; R. Ruttan,  c.point; F.  It  was also    urged   at  the meeting .Pearson,  rover;  0.    Greyell,  1.   wing;  that greater attention shoul.l be paid |A;  Antilla,    centre,    W.  Faulkner,  r.  to  the utility end of the business in-:win������������������-  stead of emphasizing so strongly the  8BSSEggSSEaHSgSasaSS^SS^SeES2[^^^.^^a^E8B^SSaB8BS  hMil\JL-r  \70mnvMw <-"<^f������������������Ji i  Stable implements require, above all things,  to be strong and good���������������������������of the best  lasting qualities,  We have studied this and bought accordingly.  A]l the stable goods stocked at this store were bought for  utility while'-recognizing neatness.   The prices will suit you.  OUR    BUSINESS   IS RUN   ON A STRICTLY   CASH   BASIS  (show end.  WILL HANDLE PRODUCE  i    We are    agents   for    the  Mouse  of  Hobberlin   special-order  clothing and  '  | guarantee    every     suit    at\   Ontario   . jprices.     Dill Bros. '  A change was made in the'manage-j We can ^.,c you g3od onionS| Garment of the Northern Okanagan Lan 1 .rotS] Ca;jljage. etc., at 3C rb. DillBros  Company    this    week,    F.  R.  Prince I        ' -        LAND   REGISTRY   ACT  Re. Lots 18 & iO, Block S,'Map 211 A,  City of Enderby:  WHEREAS proof of loss of Certificate of Title No. 13383a of "the-above*  named property, issued in-the name  of Andrew Amos Faulkner, has been  filed  in  this office;  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 thermean-  time valid objection be made to me  in writing.  Dated this lst day of February,1913  C. H. DUNLAP,'      '  District  Registrar.  j dropping out and T. Crossley Poison  [stepping, in. -The Company has de-  ��������������������������� cided to enlarge its scope of opera-  [ tions, and has taken over the imple-  jment business "heretofore conducted  I by -Mr:" Poison. The company now  manages thc Opera House, the implement business, and contemplate taking up the produce business this sea-j  Dcn't forget the - regular Friday  night dance at tlie Opera House.  Doors open at 7:30; dancing S tq 12.  Admission   50c.    String  orchestra.  LAND   REGISTRY- ACT--  lie: r.-ir!. of the South Wesi Qunrterof Sretion 14.  Township lc*. Using"5 S, Wcsi nf theSixtli Mci-  ifpiin.  in  the Uisttict of  Yale, Piovince .oi.  _      . . ,        Ii-iti.'h Columbia.  son, and handling the produce of the   wheheaS prrnf of i������������������ra of Cenir.rate of Title  ranchers in  the    vicinity  of Enderby     ~  A lease has been taken on the buildings now occupied by the Poison  Mercantile Company, to be at the  Land Company's disposal by J'lly  1st. It is Mr. S. Poison's intention  to erect a business block for the Mer-  cantile Company en thc corner of  Cliffe and   Belvedere streets,  work  to  N'o. ll.-17.-i in ihc sir.me of Hni ly" Hutcharl to (hi  ���������������������������hovt-iiicntioturi property, has. been filed in thi.'  ofiice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I shall, .il thr  "-M'iration of one month frum tlvdnte^of the first  'publication hereof, isme a duplicate of said Certificate unless in the meantime valid objection be  marie to tne in writing.  DATED nt the Land Registry Oflice at I. am loops  this 22nd day of Feb: nary. A.P., 1913.  C. II.DUNI-AI'.  District Rrgislvcr  Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, *  ~MWc]rr(J/TiTmrd=lty^^^^  _. - -- ������������������������������������������������������  "���������������������������'���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"��������������������������� ���������������������������       '���������������������������'  TpVERY man, woman, and child in this district is cordially  ���������������������������^ invited to this, the most important event of the year,  an exposition of the newest: style ideas in Spring and Summer  wearing apparel.  - Kop the Ladies  there are the new season's styles in Suits,  'Coats. Dresses". Millinery." Flowers^ Waists;~Slurts;~arid Whitewear;  For the Men we arc specializing in Spring Suits, Shirts,  Ties,  Sex,  and  novelties of all  kinds.  Our Dry Goods Department is now replete with all thc  New Season's Silks, Wash Goods. Dress Goods, Ribbons,  Hosiery,   and  Novelty  Neckwear,  etc.  All the newest la_ts and leathers introduced in the New  Spring Footwear can now be seen and obtained in our splendidly  equipped Footwear Section. We specialize in fittings for young,  middle-aged, and old, because we employ only experienced  sales-people, who make it their business to give absolute satisfaction  to every customer.  The House Furnishings Department offers service, value,  and satisfaction in Carpets, Rugs, Curtains. Draperies,  Cutlery,   Glass.. China, and Enamel Ware second to none in B. G  PLU IMMfg���������������������������^  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  WE   are    determined   to   give   the"people   of  "Enderby "and -District  the best- quality   of"'  Household' Furnishing oh" the market; at live-"  and-let'-'live   prices,   and    solicit" your  patronage.  Come in and examine our stock of high-class furniture  bedsprings, mattresses, carpets, matting, etc.   -We "  will be pleased to show them.  ���������������������������:'  FURNITURE DEALERS,' S^^ers  ENIJERDY. B.C. '    UPHOLSTEREKS       '  Tai will bc served from One to Six p.m. on each  of the View Days.  BARNARD   AVENUE  7X~ir*r&Xv/  -���������������������������^yy//ryyy  Xv/Z/XX*'  "The Seal  of Quality."  VERNON,   B. C.  '������������������'_u������������������wgoctt|g'������������������E*-' ii-iji ���������������������������n.M'm.aejwijjiw'w  RUBBERS. . SHOES  You want to be well shod  at this time of the year.-  A few dollars spent in good foot wear saves many  a dollar, but buy the best, they are the cheapest and  most comfortable. ���������������������������  In Slater, Empress, and Classic Shoes ancl Maltese  Cross Rubbers, we have the best.  Make quality your motto, and you'll be better off both  in health and pocket.  ~B-fcirf--v-w-fc t-^x-^i-^t'    Enderby's Gents' Furnisher  J3OJ3 X^JUiiJ-j, and Shoe Man  m *mis.m rw.Tr.B  ladies:  We are making a clean sweep  of all our Millinery; trimmed  and un trimmed Hats, Wire  Shapes; Straw Shapes and Felt  Shapes,  Hat Trimmings,  etc.  Everything must go.  Great snaps in prices.  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B. C.  - in7������������������ i r. jw 1 nr nrw  SHEAF WHEAT, 2c per sheaf; oat  hay baled, .?10 per ton; timothy hay ;  $20. per ton; potatoes, $10 ton. G.  Murdock, Grindrod.  HAY FOR SALE���������������������������Good timothy hay  at ������������������15   per    ton.       O. D. Tibbits  [    Deep Creek. 4t  i  j FOR    SALE���������������������������-Rough'   and    dimension:  lumber.      At  mill  or delivered.   A. I  j    Tomkinson, Enderby. j  MRS. C. PARAUIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking- parlors to the Matthews house, on Cliff St., west of  George.  WHY NOT BUY  YOUR SETTING  EGGS AT  HOME?  Pen 3 layingstrain, pedigreed and bred for24 years  for egRS alone, JS.000: Mothers of the contest  pullets now-at Victoria. Pen A, ten pullets, full  sisters to pen in contest, $4.00 per set. Pen 5,  ordinary, 52,00per sotting. Order early, inquiries  coming by every mail.  II. E. WABY, ENDERBY, B. C.


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