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 Enderby, B. C.  April 10. 1913  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 6; No. 6; Whole No. 266  City Council Puts Through a  Big Batch of Business Monday Night  A regular meeting of the City  Council was held last Monday evening, the Mayor and all members  pro sent.  After the reading of the minutes of  the special meetings recently held,  B. J, Mack was permitted to address  the Council with reference to what he  deemed was an excessive trade license  which he was called upon to pay on  his livery stable and garage, which  amounted to something like $35.00 a  year, while the general merchandise  establish ments were called upon to  pay only $10.00 per annum. He desired that a flat rate be made covering his business, instead of the present sliding scale which is based upon  the number of rigs stabled.  To consider this complaint would  mean an amendment to the present  trade licence by-law, which the Council promised to look into "at fl later  meeting.  Chairman Hartry; of the Public  Health Committee, reported that the  Committee had. purchased the five  acres offered by Chas. Skeeles, in the  Glen Mary section, to be used aB a  dumping ground, thc price paid being  $50 an acre. It was ordered that  the City Clerk, should have the title  to the land investigated by Mr.  Crossman, before it was finally accepted.  Mayor Ruttan brought up the matter of having the necessary lavatories built in the City Hall, and to do  this would require the moving of the  present jail cells. He suggested the  purchase of steel cells to be placed  in the ground floor.of the Oity Hall,  at a cost oE 5642. After considerable discussion it was decided that  the Public Works Committee should  report on the cost of a concrete  building with the cells built in connection with the walls, it being the  general opinion of the members that  the actual cost would not be much  greater, if any, than the proposed  steel cells and their installation.  A letter was read from Mr. Varley,  secretary of the Enderby tennis club  asking the privilege of fencing off  room for a double tennis court on  the Recreation Ground, the same to  be kept under lock and key nnd in  condition   for   playing by tho Oluh.  While desiring to encourage tho froo  uso of tho Ground for nil open ntr  athletics nnd sports, tho Council did  not fool that thoy Hud ������������������ right to  Brunt tho prlvlleiiu, thniiRh It waw  agreed thnt tho Club should bo prlvl-j  logod to imt tip tin- rtiqulmd hljfh  nutting fonoos at tlio buck of an open i  court, nnd. tho Mnynr wan empowered j  to take tlio matter up with thu hoc- '  rotary of tho Club.  wtiilo dlseiiHsfnn tlin rrmttor of Roc-  roatlon Grounds, Aid, Grant proposed that tho entrance to tho Haiti  ho ohangod from Its prommt point  and plnood In tho centre faaing wont  on George utroet. Ho said Uo. bo-  llovod this would ho much nicer than  ub at present, to force the public to  1 pass tho Chinese houses and liorso  stables on Vernon Road.  The secretary ol tho local Conservative Association asked permission  to read a letter received, from Hen.  Sam Hughes, Minister, of Militia,: re.  the erection of a Brill Hall ln Bnde.-  hy, and urged the .Council to* assist  In tho proposed_,project,by granting  the loonl" -squadron/of B'.": O, Horse  (roo tine of the Roorofttlon Ground for  drill purposes, exempting the baseball diamond, so that such offer may  bo made in connection with the free  building site which'F. H. Barnes was  giving for the Hall.  It was moved by Aid. Worthington,  seconded by Aid. Blanchard, "That  this Council, having heard the letter  from the Hon. Col. Hughes read, and  being aware that title to a site for a  Drill Hall adjoining the Recreation  Ground is being forwarded to the  Militia Department, wish to express  their appreciation of the Government's decision to erect a building  in thia City for the accommodation  of the British Columbia Horse, and  to do all in their power to facilitate  the work of the said Department;  and hereby offer the free use of the  Recreation Ground for drill and exercise purposes." Oarried unanimously..  A letter was read from Chas. Gardner, secretary . of the local Orange  lodge stating that it was the intention of the Order to ceiebrate the  Glorious Twelfth of July at Enderby,  and a motion was passed expressing  the-pleasure of the City, to .do .all in  its power to assist in making the day  a success and . granting the free use  of the Recreation Grounds for the  sports of :the day.  J. C. English appeared before the  Council to complain of the bigh water on Evergreen Avenue, and it was  ordered that the flooded portion be  temporarily bridged.  A letter: from G. G. Campbell asked  financial aid from the City to the  local gymnasium and public reading  room it was proposed to establish by  contributions . from the citlaenB. Tbe  matter was referred back to Mr.  Campbell for more definite information.  The Board of Works was authorized to have a sidewalk constructed  on the south side of Mill street from  George street to the dwellings beyond  Sicamous street.  A letter from the Jubilee Hospital,  Vernon, asking financial aid, was  read and filed. "A bill from the  same institution., for hospital fees  covering tho attendance on John  McDonald, who wns sent to Vernon  from ills cabin near thc Salmon Ann  road, midway between Knderby anil  Salmon Arm, wns laid -upon tho table  nnd tlio Cllork liwtrtteteil to explnln  jthnt McDonald wan not un Kmlorby  patient,- McDonald tiled nt tho ho*-  pitnl on March IWth. throo nionthH  Alter IioIur found In hit. ciiblh In a  holpleNH oonti.Uoti,  Tho plnns of thu Tcace addition  woro plnootl boforo the Oounoll for  approval, und wore c������������������forrort to Men-  urn, OummliiH & Aitnow, city ought-  oorii for pnsHliiK.  Tho Board ot Worku wuh inatructoil  to comploto tho laying of tho drain  plpo wont on Knight struct to con-  noot tho now school property and to  catch tho ourfnao flow from the hill  on 'Slaamoua Road.  Tho following accounts were passed  and ordered paid:  C. A. & F. S. akooles, on account purchase ground  .9  B0.00  R. Johnstone, wages ,     94.00  Robt. Bailey, wakes      15.00  B. aparrow; wages , ,      3.90  alias, A. Hkeoloa, wades ......,���������������������������      4.50  Okanwjan Telephone, Oo      7.65  B/'j,JMhok,"hftuUrig" .,;;,...���������������������������,,.,.    i.oo  Tht) Walker Press, printing ...    03,35  A.   Reeves,   stationery    2.85  H. ft. Mann, street lighting...._' S2.80  The Walker Press,  B.T.Journl 181.25  Board   School  Trustees :.. 500.00  DRILL HALL    FOR ENDERBY*  For some months past efforts have  been made on behalf of "C" squadron, B. C. Horse, to induce the Hon.  Sam Hughes', Minister of Militia, to  provide through his department, a  Drill Hall at Enderby for the use of  tho squadron and the local troop of  Boy Scouts. Some time ago Mr.  F. H. Barnes offered to give a site  on his addition facing George street  directly in "front of tbe Recreation  Ground. This was made known to  the department, and a promise was  received that Enderby should have a  Drill Hall.  Two weeks ago the secretary of the  Enderby Conservative Association  was instructed to write the department in the matter and the following  letter was received in reply:  Minister's  Office,  Ottawa, Marcb 31,1913  My. Dear Sir:  I am in receipt of your letter of  the 25th instant relative .'to the Drill  Halt for Enderby, and in reply ��������������������������� beg  to state that so soon as you give us  the title of the site suitable for the  erection of a Drill Hall, we will he  pleased to get out plans and take  into consideration tbe erection of a  suitable Drill Hall.  Trusting this will be satisfactory,  and. with kind regards.  :"   Faithfully,  SAM HUGHES,  . Minister.  In view of the site given by Mr.  Barnes being*too small to permit the  making of suitable drill grounds  connection with the proposed Hall  the lot, and the Recreation  Ground juBt across the street lying  idle most of tiie year, the matter  was taken up with the City Council  Monday evening with a view of securing from the City permission for  the squadron to use the same for  drill ground purposes in connection  with the proposed- Drill Hall. The  Council unanimously placed upon the  minutes a resolution to this effect, a  copy of which to be forwarded with  the deed to the laud to the MiniKtor  of Militia.  Enderby and District News in  Brief of Close-at-Home Interest  CLEAN    UP !  It is apparent thnt the Health  Committee ts detcrr.iliied to do nil in  Its power tu make Khdorhy eluitn, A  nolim; nppniirH In thin Mud-'of. tiie  Prow wiving until May Int for nil  yard* tr. im cleaned Up, A duhiplniiS  Itruunil hiiH been provided, and tho  ounuhlUoo will nl tlio next, moot Inn  of tlie Council null h������������������r tlio appoint-  mont nt u scavenger und the maula-  tion of churgoH antl. tlie Hy.tom of  dumping. In tlio monntima it Is up  to nil of im to do what wo enn to  uKalst in tlio work. Nobody 1h compelled to have tho rubbish ln tho  backyard carted' to tlio dumping  ground, but nil must Rot rid of it,  ov.n if tin" .priiftw to dl3 a hule ami  bury it, Glenn up, la the watch  word of the health committee.  Vou can got groon vegetables at  Dili Bros, on Friday uftonumn.  Lonyo your order oarly.  "Bo it live wtro and you won't get  stopped on."___  *   __i :  Neighborhood opinion makes n  slavo of too many a good man,  The. streets, are to be "Bplit-log"  graded this week.  Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jaquest returned  from the coast the past week.  Mrs. Gelling arrived from tha coast  this week, after spending the winter  at Victoria..  Mr. and Mrs. Dougal, late of Na-  kusp, arrived In Enderby this week  to make their residence here.  The first spring flowers were gathered on the hills this week, two  weeks later than last season.  Roderick McDonald is now at Vernon, engaged on the properties under  the management of Mr. Heggie.  Walter Robinson is in charge of the  city yards 'of the Canadian Pacific  Lumber Company, at Alberni,. B.C.  Mrs. J. F. Smythe and son, of  Lynn Valley, Ont., are visiting Mrs.  Smythe's sister,-Mrs. H. W. Walker.  H. Hatcher- returned this week  from Kelowna, after spending a few  months on . the . survey staff of tbe  Kettle  Valley railway: .'  Died.���������������������������April 4th, 19]3, at Vancouver, B.'-C, Gertrude Helen Rosoman,  aged six months, youngest daughter  of Mr. and Mrs.  Bernard Rosoman.  The City is pushing the work of  laying the connecting drains west on  Knight street to the school grounds  and to catch the flow of water from  j the hillside on Sicamous Road..  I Deputy Minister of Works Foster  will visit Enderby . tod ay (Thurs day)  to go into the matter with Road  Superintendent Lang of the opening  up of the short road'to Deep Creek,  petitioned for someweeks ago.  Mr. and Mrs. Proctor" and Mr.  Dickson returned to Enderby. this  week, after spending the winter in.  the Old Country. They were accompanied by Mr. H.. J". Tocque,  brother of Mrs. J. C. Henniker.  A committee meeting of the Poultry Association. will be held at the  City Hall Saturday afternoon at 2.30  o'clock, to consider important business arising out of tho discussion of  tho question to centralize the annual  poultry shows in tho Valloy.  t Last Saturday evening tho management of tho Oporu House put on a  vory Interesting picture show, Tho  large hiidiotico greatly appreciated  tlie uiturtx of tlie mnnnRwhont to  provide only tlio host, Tnnlght and  Mnturday night other guod ml* aro  to 111? hlinwn,  T, (I, Wynn, innperl������������������r nf Provincial  Police. Hpwit a few tliiyn In Wmlorby  llie past week, hulking Into mutter*  . relating to UU department, Mr,  Wynn very quickly saw tlio noutl of  the tiuvcnimont immuring a .site fnr  the itroetloii of liottor police neeom.  ,uimlnUon and the euro of prisoners.  | Attention Ir drawn Lo tho call [or  .tondoi'B published hy tho post olllco  '. ttopnrtimiut In this issue oi the Press  nuking for timdern for "tho ehrrylnR"  of tlio malls rroni tho postolllco to  nnd from the railway station, tho  contract to run' tor a period of four  years, nnd . tendorfi to bo in. hy tho  ?flth of April.  A baseball meeting will ho hold at  thc Oity Hall Friday evening at tho  conclusion of the 2-ttli of: May public  mooting, and it Is'" especially' doairud  that 1,11 Interested should attend,   It  :is'understood an effort.is to be made  | to organize a town league, with say  four teams to enter. The saw mill  boys have a team, the store clerks  have a team, the Boy Scouts have a  team, and then there is a chance for  the scrubs to get in somewhere.  The. Kelowna Musical & Dramatic  Society are to be congratulated on  tbe excellent production of the great  English comedy, "Charlie's Aunt,"  in the Opera House last Monday evening. A fair house greeted them,  and there was not a disappointed  person in the audience. Every character was excellently portrayed, and  the troop, as a whole, far surpassed  most, of the professional companies  which come into the Valley  Thos. Skyrme turned over to H  Halliday- the management of the big  Stepney Ranch on April 1st, and  with his brother, is now to be found  at the Hazelmere, which ranch they  have secured, part of it on a lease  arid the balance by purchase The  Skyrme Brothers, are men of experience tn ranching, and we may look  to them to make a record for the  the Hazelmere that will being them  much prosperity. Mr. Halbday, who  has take over the management of the  Stepney, has also had tbe experience  ' necessary, to make a success of a  ranch as large as this property, and  he is now getting the ranch into  shape for a big season's output  COUNTY COURT AT ENDERBY  Eight County Court cases are to  jbe tried before Judge Swanson at  i Enderby,. commencing April 22ud. It  j was Mr. Swanson'-s intention to hear  [these cases at; the Vernon Sitting,  ibut Mayor Ruttan laid before him  the great inconvenience and expense  I it would entail to take all the Uti  jgants and witnesses.to Vernon, and  ��������������������������� Judge Swanson very kindly eon-  jsented. to hear the cases here The  j first cose will, be called Tuesday.  ! April 22nd, at 2 p. m.  Worthy of   special   mention    Hob  berlin Suits.   Dill Bros,  MHANS A LOSS   OF MILLIONS  W|th President Wtlaon and Con  fcretjuional luadvrs pruPticallj nRriXhi  upon froo wool and n vory luw duty  on sugar, which ovontmitly U tu be  ennui tew, tb������������������ ways and mwins eon.  mitioo at Washlngtun t<4 tmmltm up  ito I'Bpnit mi the fh.w'titrtlT bill, e������������������  llniating tlii> Ions of reveiuiu from  tha now rntwt at *8ft,oou 00(1 a year  Tho revt-nuo fromtho incunie las will  bo t'ftttmntmt nt a like amount, to he  doriveil in thin way; tnmmon of J4i)0������������������  to jaii.ooo,.! por cent: saa.oon to jbo  1)00, S- ppr rent; %m,\W\ to lltlti.Oon,  3 per cunt; nil ovor ftou thtft . ppi  cont; llat tmt on .orpi.iratinnH, _ p.i  cent. -...  *'U" SQUADRON' ORHK1.S  The  Enderby   Troop    will    parade  mounted nt the   armory on Wodnes  ;dny, Kith April, tor troop drill  I       G, V��������������������������� J, HENNIKER, Captain,  Try somo of our homemade sauor-  kraut as nn i appetiser.   Dill Bros  MKN WANTED���������������������������To   wear   Hobborltn  ; Suits."     Apply *t onco,  beforo best  pattonw are mid out,   Dill Bros THE ENDERBY PRESS. AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 10, 1913  WITCH  HAZEL  CRE  Tor tiie SI and Complexion  00<><>0<>0<>0<XK><>00-0<X>CH_>000  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every   Thursday at   Ender.by, B.C. at  J2 per year, by the Walker Press.  ' Advertising Rates:   Transient, 50c an inch  first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.   Con-  I    tract advertising. SI an inoh per month.  i Lewil Notices:   12c a line first insertion; Sc a line  i    each subsequent insertion.  Reading Nab'ccs and Locals: 15c a lin������������������!.  APRIL 10. 1913  NEW    AGRICULTURAL  TIONS   ACT.  ASSOCIA-  PROFESSIONAL  T^NDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, S20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness. $2.50per day.  ENDERBY, B. C.  W  ALTER ROBINSON  "   NOTARY   PUBLIC    ���������������������������  ,-    CONVEYANCER  Aereements of Sale.   Deeds & Mortijaniss. Documents Witnessed.   Loans Negotiated  Office: Room 2, Bell Block, Enderby, B. C.  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion und  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  T\R. H. % KEITH,;.  Office hours:   Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  -    Afternoon, 3 to 4  ���������������������������-���������������������������"'"- -   Evening, 6:30 to 7:30        . -  Sunday, by appointment  'Office: Cor.'Cliff mid GeorgeSts!      .   ENDERBY  MUSIC  p W. CHAPMAN  *���������������������������   * P. O. Box 139, Enderby.  "Visits or receives pupils for Piano, Organ, Violin,  Sincingand Theory of Music, Etc.  Courses for the Canadian   or British Academy  Exiuni nations  M  -GRADUATE NURSE  ISS F. PANKHURST  GRADUATE NURSE-  Vernon,' B.- C.  :   .;.      P. O. Bos- 524  Phone, 331  SECRET SOCIETIES  AtFt&AtMt  H. E. BLANCHARD  W. M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  .{egular meetings first  Thursday' wi or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. ip pdd-  fellows Hall. Visitihg  brethren cordially invited.'  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  At a meeting of the Farmers' Institute last week the matter of incorporation under the new Agricultural Associ  at some length, but no action was  taken owing to the lack of understanding of the Act by the members  present. It was the general feeling,  however, that such incorporation was  necessary if the Institute is to attain its full measure of usefulness to  its members.  Under the new Act, "any twenty-  five or more persons who desire to  associate themselves together may do  so for any or all of the purposes following: The manufacturing of cheese,  butter, cider, jams, pickles and spray  mixtures, and the drying and canning  of fruit and vegetables; the keeping  of swine, and the manufacture and  sale of the various products resulting  therefrom; the dealing in poultry,  eggs, milk, cream, ancl all other agricultural and horticultural products  and in supplies required" by patrons  of such association; the dealing in  flour  and their accessories, and in foods of  all kinds for farm stock, for the purpose of supplying the same to the  patrons of the association; the  erection and maintenance of a cold-  storage plant and the sale of ice; and  for any purpose which may be approved by the Minister having for!  its object the development of agricul- *  ture."   . .  ���������������������������   Any ' association * organized    under  this p Act will    be   a   "strictly limited  liability, corporation,   and . its  members liable only "to" the7 extent,of the  number of share held in the associa- i  tion by them.   When so incorporated  the. association   will    be    enabled to  borrow from the Government such an  amount or amounts as may be satis-1  factory to    the   Lieutenant-Governor *  in  Council,    provided  the  district  in '  which it"  is    proposed    to operate is I  competent ancl fitted for its purpose, '  and that there is reasonable prospect  of the same being a financial success:  that the association has* acquired the ,  necessary plant and buildings for the I  carrying on  of    its    operations,  or a  site upon which    to erect such neces-  period in and towards the repayment  of such loan, but so nevertheless  that, if such fund shall be insufficient  to answer the whole of such loan,  the deficiency shall be made up and  paid by the association."  FIRST PRIZE AWARDED  C. S. Handcock, secretary of the  Northern Okanagan Farmers' Institute, has received a letter from Wmf  IS. Scott, superintendent of Institutes, in which Mr. Scott says:  "lt gives    me   pleasure to have to  inform you that    your Institute has  been awarded first prize for the neat-  ations Act was discussed  ������������������ess>   punctuality    and    business-Jike  way in which you have sent in statements, reports and lists of members  for 1912.  "The prize will take the form of  books, to be selected by your Institute, and which will form the nucleus of an Institute library for the  use of members. I enclose list of  publications of the Macmillan Company, of Toronto, and would ask you  to choose what books you want,  amounting in value to $25.00. If  you will kindly inform me when you  have made your selection, I will order them from the Macmillan Co.  "I must congratulate . you on the  excellent way in which your Institute  work is administered. *" It reflects the  greatest credit on you as secretary.  "In point 'of membership, you came  very near getting first prize, only  being beaten by Nanaimo by a  small majority.       Especially does it  feed,  fertilizers, spray material' Ploase me   to    hear of the*, excellent  results    which    you    are      obtaining  through your co-operative work."  Bank of Montreal  ;   Established- 18i7  Capital, $16,000,000 Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 5. O. M-. 3.  -  President, R. 3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presiaen ,H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN.LONDON, ENG., NEW Y,ORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th  June and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A.   E.  Taylor,  Manager  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  W1  'E are determined to give the people of  Enderby and District the best quality of  Household Furnishing on 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,  ENDERBY. B.C.  UNDERTAKERS  CABINET    MAKERS  UPHOLSTERERS  FINANCING THE FARMER  Under the above caption the Saturday   Evening   Post    makes these remarks, which are most "timely:   "Usually a solvent farmer has no trouble in buying    whatever "he wants on  credit.    ' Usually, too,  he has no accurate idea as to what the credit he  gets" actually costs-him".' fit has" long  been the rule,    for -example, to sell  farm    machinery    on six  months'  to  three years' time.     So much farmers  paper of this sort is constantly outstanding ��������������������������� that    some ingenious Wall  Street persons    have formed  a. company for the    purpose of issuing debentures" against " it,    selling, the" debentures to 'investors on a basis net-  'ting about 6 per cent interest.r-   The  , farmer, of course, pays the 6 per cent  and then something for the guaranty^  something    for   costs   of    collection,  something for bad debts."  "The question is,  Plow much alto-  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with4eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick, hotels in the country. . Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10 -, .  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lower y's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, &3Jnn������������������PHY Enderby  .     ,        .-,.,.. ,  lu l  gether does   he    pay for the credit?  sary plant and    buildings,   and that - TT . "      ,, ,  ...... . ,'        .        n : How  much���������������������������if    any���������������������������better  could   he  thc  acquisition    of    such    plant  and   ,     ., ,     _. , , .  ...*..   ...     do if he financed himself and bought  buildings  or    that    the plans  of tbe  buildings ancl the nature and cost of.  the proposed    plant    and 'equipment ���������������������������  strictly for    cash?   So with the'gro-  ' cerics, drygoods and professional ser-  have been approved by the Minister;  and shall transmit to the minister a  statement    verified  by  the statutory i.  ��������������������������� vices he   habitually   gets    on credit.  What does the credit really cost him?  "Unquestionably   buying    on credit  I.-0.-0;-F."  n__s^ 'N5495f/  Eureka Lod^e, No. 50  M-uts every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. V.  O. P. hall, Metcalf block. Vinitiiij. brothers ill-  wnya    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY.   N. CL  HOWARD LOGAN, V. C.  R. E.WJIKKLKK, Spc'y.  J. l������������������. GAYLOKI). TreiiH.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of 1'.  , Meets evory Monday evening  in K.of V. Hall. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  JOHN lUJI.NHAM.C.C.  C. K.STRICKLAND. K.K.S.  T. E. ROD 110. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dancn and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  T. E. I.OI.1E. Knderby  ing_ul!l!S:tll*ilcl^fflckcfis." iFgenerally"  j precludes the closest bargaining.  There is no market in which the cash,  purchaser, taking it by and large,  does not have the advantage.  "Solvent farmers need not ask anybody to finance them. By co-operating they can finance themselves. Tf  their notes are good for so many  hundred-thousand- dollars' -worth- of  implements thcy are equally good for  the same number of dollars in rush.  We have no doubt that a farming  community which financed itself and  bought for cash would be considerably ahead at the end of five years."  POLITICAL  FWDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, H. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  "Parcel post is a great thing."  "Yep," assented a; local grocer, "we  can stick a stamp on a can of corn  ancl send it right out to a farmer."  .   .      ,.        f ._ "..    _ , is a bad habit.      It involves count  _ieclaxaiiQ___.Q f__its_=p nesid en t,-^secr &tany=L. -^_=- =.==.  or manager, showing the number of  members of the company or association; the amount of stock paid up,  which must be at least 20 per cent,  of the subscribed capital; all mortgages or charges (if any) standing  against the property of the association, together with such other information in its 'possession or power  as may be called for by any regulations framed under this Act or which  the Minister may require."  "ISvery loan made under the provision of this Act shall bc repayable  and repaid to the Minister on behalf  of the Province within 20 years from  the date of the loan, and shall in the  meantime and until fully repaid bear  interest nt the rate of four per- cent,  per annum, payable yearly; and in  addition to such interest the association obtaining such loan shall, for  the creation of a sinking fund for the  repayment of the loan, pay to the  Minister concurrently with such interest such further annual sum as  will, if accumulated at compound interest by investing the same and thc  resulting income thereof in ancl upon  any of the public stocks or securities  of the Province, produce'a.sum* sufficient to repay the whole capital sum  of the loan at the termination of the  loan period; and the Minister shall  invest such annual sum accordingly  as and when received, and shall apply the fund thereby created and existing at the termination of the loan  Fix up your House, Barn,  rand Outbuilding's   Zf  -    Hereare- some, specials in .lumberwhile they last:  No. 2, 2x4 i. 7-'7X-- MMO  ��������������������������� 4, Drop Siding - - MOO  ���������������������������  2    Lath       -.'��������������������������� per thousand   2.0Q;  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.rt>y  Our New  of 1 Acre Blocks  WiU be on ths Market in a few days  These lots are beautifully situated fronting on the river  lllti^firE=  to town, and the soil is of the best in the country.  EASY TERMS,  AND PRICES REASONABLE  H. W. Harvey  Real Estate Broker.  Agent  Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Office Block, Enderby  JD-  '6^lt  o?n&   5d- 7iO"&4JUri/������������������j6l'  4   772M  cUfado  XfaMr-c&iifrrefiuaJ?  yf XfflxZb������������������tZMwJ7iMe>  -   _A ^aM_g_S__CgaW_!lll,llilllJMJl  It's thc CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  DYE, one am buy.-Why you don't even have to  know what KIND of Cloth your Goods are made  of.--!io Mistakes nro Impossible.  Semi for I'ri'c Color Card, Story Booklet, and  Booklet tfivlnc results of Dyeing ovir other colors.  The J011NSON-H1CHARDSON CO., Limited,  Montrciil, Canada.  The "Oliver" Typewriter  Is recognized to be the strongest built Machine  on the market; it will last a lifetime, and will  always do satisfactory '.work. It is the Typewriter that leads all other in the number of sales.  It should be in every home where there are  growing boys and girls; familiarity with its use  will   make  them business men   and  women  For Information, apply to  The Walker Press      Enderby, B.G.  AOKNTS  '** il Thursday,  April 10, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My ������������������ew booklet descriptive of tho Mara Dis-  triet is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B.C.  Norman Grant  CENTRALIZING   MONEY  POWER  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR     '  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors,' Turnings,  and all   factory    work.   Rubberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. C. SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell  Street Enderby.  ,   NOTICE is hereby given that meetings of the'Provincial   Labour Com-  ' mission will be held.at the following  . places :��������������������������� ^ ,     ".       "<���������������������������-       ~   .    -  . Enderby���������������������������Monday, April 28th, 8 p.m  -   -r Armstrong���������������������������Tuesday,  April.'29th,'2  Tp.   DI:     ,,      -y���������������������������t _ ' * ^        ;      .' *  J"      Vernon���������������������������Wednesday,'    April 30th,.2  .   p. m. _ .- "  Kelowna���������������������������Friday, - May 2nd, 8 p. m.'  "������������������������������������������������������ Summerland���������������������������Monday, -May    5th,  .10:30 a. ni.. _.' '  Penticton���������������������������Tuesday,    May   6th,   10  a. m.  '   ' Other meetings    will be announced  later.    .  The 1 Commission will hear evidence  on all matters affecting labour conditions in the" Province.     All persons  interested are invited to be present.  H.  G. PARSON,  Chairman.  P. R. McNAMARA,  Secretary."    m27  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGUUTIONS  Coal~mining rights-of-tbe~Dominioo  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tht  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 be  # made by the   applicant in person to  __'...the. Agent. _or.. sub.Agent. of .the. district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or lejal  sub-divisions of sections, and in un-  surveyed territory thc tract applied  for shall be staked out by tbe applicant himself.  Each application must be ac������������������or__-  panied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  ���������������������������aot available, but not otherwiae. 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 of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of 110.00 an acre  For   full     information   application  should be made   to the Secretary of  the Department   of the Ititeritor, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  .  of Dominion Lands.  W. W_ CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized   publication   of  H. C. McLeod, former general manager of the Bank of Nova Scotia, before the banking and commerce committee   in   connection   with the consideration of   the   Bank   Act, a few  days ago, expressed strong views as  to  the    capitalization   of    Canadian  banks   and   thought    that they had  reached a   desirable   limit.     He did  not favor the   American system, but  did think that the tendency towards  amalgamation    in   Canada might be  very serious.     Canada would be better off, he said, if it had forty banks  instead of twenty-four as at present.  Personally he would prefer to see no  bank   with   more   than five millions  capitalization.       Local  banks might  be successful but it depended entirely  on    the     question    of   management.  There was a danger in centralization  in that one bank might almost control Canadian finance through political and other influence.  "What is your view," he was asked  "as to banks controlling allied institutions such as trust and loan  companies?"  "I consider them a menace to the  country," he replied.  We have    in   the    present financial  stringency which    the banks of Canada are forcing  upon the Dominion,  an   example   - of   what   the     money  power can do.     In view of the pinch  in the money   centres   elsewhere our  Canadian    banks    about a year ago  started to draw  in "and contract the  notes    in     circulation.      Month   by  month   they   have   tightened   up on  our Canadian municipalities and private interests until now the borrowing power    of   the   developing cities  and towns and    private business ��������������������������� interests has been reduced to a whisper  At   the same time we are told that  our Canadian . banks are loaning the  money they have drawn in from the  Canadian    public 'in  . such ��������������������������� financial  centres as New York at 15.'per cent,  on. call loans.   ,'A   report", was "pub":  lishedonly a-._few'  days ago to the  effect that one' of our large banking  institutions had "just loaned ten millions in New York at this rate of in-  _It is not much wonder that  should feel .the squeeze.   Our  banks,  twenty-four   in    number,   are  not" likely to be content with 6 and 7  per cent,    when    they can call these  loans   in"   and    step   oyer into New  York, where .their rate of interest is  not   restricted    by   law,    and    draw  down 12    and   15    per cent,  on call  loans.     Thus do   we see how an evil  can grow out of' what was intended  as a protective act in the interest'of  the Canadian people.  the principles of Canada coming forward to the defense of the Empire is  of inestimable value, and that- is the  principle on which both Liberals and  Conservatives in Canada are as one.'  BREAKING UP THE GAME  President Wilson may have broken  up a game, one of the greatest financial games ever attempted in the history of the world, says the Canadian  Courier. Six men or firms, five in  Europe and one in America, agreed  to force the Chinese Republic to accept a loan of   $300,000,000 or there-  Miss Violet Wise home from a church  social last Sunday evening a savage  dog attacked them and bit Mr. Green  on the public square."  "Isaiah Trimmers, of Lebanon, was  playing with a cat Friday when it  scratched him on thc veranda "  "Mr White harnessing a bronco  last Saturday, was kicked just south  of the corn crib."  MARJORY  By Chicot the Jester  ,Oh, Marjory, dear,  abouts, and each firm goc his govern-jYou do look 80 fftir>  ment to back him up in his demand. And your skin so transparently wllite  The new Chinese    Republic    did not  terest.  Canada  want the money on the conditions  offered, but the six Governments, including Great Britain and the United  States, forced it upon them. President Taft approved, but President  Wilson countermanded his predecessor's decision. It now remains to  be seen what will happen to the  whole scheme.  Why force three hundred million on  China ? Simply for the brokerage.  In the first place the bonds would  sell at $5 or $10 less than par. Then  the brokers would charge at least another $5 per hundred for handling  the loan. Then they would probably add another $2 per hundred for  oversight to see that the interest  was paid, appointing officials to live  in China for this purpose. Figure it  out:  Chinese loan of $300,000,000  Discount of 5 per cent on  _. selling (bonds    at   95)....$15,000,000  Brokerage and   other expenses at 5 per cent  15,000,000  Oversight of taxes guaranteed for the interest  say 2 per   cent    6,000,000  The shape of your nose  And your general pose  Are really" a source of delight.  Your feet are so small  And you're not over tail,  And you're neither too thin nor too  .fat;  Your teeth are so pearly  And your hair is so curly;  Yes, I think we may leave it at that  Your appetite's good, ��������������������������� - '  And you lick up your1 food;  And your     coat    will   compare well  with silk;  But please take your tail  From out of the pail  And let's get along with the milk.'   ���������������������������  SHORT and SNAPPY  Th* ������������������*cr������������������t of th* success of our  Want Ada. la that they aro short  and snappy.. People Ilk* a plain  business story told in a few words  and If th*y want anything'they  refer to the place where .they  will find It with the least trouble,  viz., the Classified Want Ads. Is  your business represented there.  OllHtm ������������������HI>. WM,  c-  LAND  REGISTRY  ACT  Total   profit $'.6,000,000  This profit would be .divided among  the bondholders and brokers, * the  bondholders in .the "deal being favored - customers of - the , .brokers.  Quite a "nice -little" profit to'be��������������������������� divided up among six small groups" of  financiers ! " And China' was helpless  to avoid it, because "the1 six Christian  Governments united ^to force the Republic to accept. - Perhaps Woodrow  Wilson has stopped the game. -  Re: Part of thc South Waat Quarter of Section 14  Township 19, Range 9. West of theSixth Meridian, in the District of Yale, Prevmce of  , British Columbia. *  WHEREAS proof of losa of Certificate of Title  No. 11547a in the nan* of Barry Butchart to the  above-mentioned property, bsa been filed in this  office. -        - , -   _. '  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thit I shall, at the .  expiration of one month from the date of the first  publication hereof, issue a duplicate of said Certificate unless in the meantime valid objection be  made to me in writing.       . ....  DATED at ths Land Registry Office at Kamloops. ,  this 22nd day of February, A.D.. 1913.        -    '       <  C. H.DUNLAP.  District Registrar *  ���������������������������"Jii\  -=i **T-'--^-'V������������������sl  ���������������������������t"i '}V_r������������������*#r-|  CANADA'S    SHIPS     NEEDED  In a speech   in   the British House  the past week, the First Lord of the  A_L____ra_l_ty_,^H_on____^  said it would    be   premature at the  present moment to say more on the  subject than to make clear that the  three ships which are under consideration in  Canada    are absolutely required from 1916    onward for whole  world service, apart altogether Jrom  the needs of home waters.     They will  play a real    part - in the defense of  the "Empire"- but   if "they fail",'a~gap  will   be opened which will have to be  filled up by further sacrifices without  delay.      The    fact   that these ships  are necessary, pointed out the speaker,  is no   measure    of    their value.  Their value far   exceeds the value of  three ships.   Britain can herself, build  three   ships,   but   the   fact   of this  great nation coming forward with all  its   measureless    strength and possibilities testifies   to the enduring life  of the ' British   Empire, and has already produced an  impression in all  parts of   the   world    of    more value  than any    dreadnought,    and an impression which conduces both to the  safety of the Empire and the peace of  the nations.       The    difference in the  methods which    separate   the proposals of Premier Borden's government  from those of that far-seeing statesman,  Sir Wilfrid Laurier, are not of  vital    importance.       The Admiralty  has expressed its opinion, as was its  duty to   do, as   -to    which was the  most   convenient   method and as to  which will be the most swift, helpful  and effective for the common good of  the Empire, but from a wider standpoint than    that    of the Admiralty,  IT IS ALL SO EASY !  Most anyone can be an editor. All  an editor has to do is to sit at his  desk six days in the week, four weeks  of the month and twelve months in  the year and "edit" such stuff as is  here chronicled:  _ "Mrs. Jones, - of Lost Creek, let a  can opener slip last week and cut  herself in the,pantry."  "A mischievous lad "of Matherton  threw a stone and " struck a companion in the alley last Tuesday."  "John Doe climbed on the roof of  his house last week looking for a  leak and fell, striking himself on the  Why go] to other. tojwns to. buy' yoiif" Implementsy  when, you/can; buy-from us;at samelpnces;;Jin:*:r ^  .      ;. most cases less.    .Compare: our prices-.,:i7X7i,/7XX  i^A#.a>i_3  s _rV*.^fwr."!-73"  & < "i_ ���������������������������,.;j_. v."ij '-Jyyre  A L_'������������������ _*3.y~������������������^������������������^___.|  .4  ft.  12 in.  MOWERS  PLOWS  $65  $22  3-SECTION HARROWS $18  '-   .S/_*V-������������������������������������iS"  _mt?,>"W_:  z&ys  ' > -.5 fll  p _5 _������������������_Kl  ~ n ,.-.������������������'*-  back porch."  "While Harold  Green was escorting  Come in and look around.    If we cannot satisfy you,  no one else can. - ������������������������������������������������������;.' X a ���������������������������  :-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  i  -ENDERBY���������������������������B^  NOTICE  Is hereby called, to be held at the  CITY  HALL, on  FRIDAY, MAY 11th  AT  EIGHT   O'CLOCK,   P.M.  To consider the question of holding the usual celebration on May 24th, and,  if decided upon, to make preliminary arrangements.  J. L. RUTTAN, Mayor i  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  April 10, 1913  WIRE FENCING  B. F.  SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts taken for erection.   Orders  for spring work now  being booked.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime fresh meats, w  have them. Our cattle are grain-fe  and selected by our own buyers from  the richest feeding grounds in Alber  ta, and are killed nnd cut strictl  FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  cau give you the best price possible  G.-R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C  FROM READING,   ENGLAND  A. J. Woodward  Sole Agent,  511 Granville Street, Vancouver  615 Fort Street    .     .   Victoria  Catalogue on Application .  J, S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawn  vases,  peer   blocks,    chimney blocks  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  Enderby,' B. C.  Important Meeting of Enderby  Fruit Men, April 16th  Editor the Enderby Press: of central selling agencies for  differ-  Dear Sir: I understand Mr. Wm. jent fruit-producing centres, and as  E. Scott, Deputy Minister of Agricul-ithe Okanagan Valley controls about  ture, has written you with reference 175 per cent, of the total output of  to a meeting to be held in Enderby, j the Province, it appears to me that  with a view to linking up the vari-;this is the district which should  ous districts of thc Upper Country make the first move,  into a central organization for the ,<We have in thc okanagan Valley  handling of fruit and produce. It is;at the present time many excellent  with a good deal of diffidence that I|])ac].ing organizations which put up  have been persuaded to undertake the a gracle and Qllalii,y 0f fnijt which  work of trying to bring this to a;cannot be exceneci| in,t there has  successful issue. I am strongly of * j-een no co-operation between these  the opinion that the whole Upper : different organizations, and they have  Country will receive cordially any]been selling one against the other,  suggestions towards the improvement j NoW| if after thorough discussion of  of the market conditions. I Relieve the question at the public meetings  it will mean very much for the pro- w*hjCh wili be held at the different  ducers in getting better returns and centres, '.the fruit growers will ap-  more efTcient service, if they can bc:point the best man they have,'and  brought together on some mutually j givc him full power to act for them,  satisfactory basis. ja meeting of   these    accredited dele-  Briefly the plan is somewhat as foi- gates can be held at a later date to  lows:. Meetings will be held in the:arrange details regarding the forma-  various districts: at���������������������������        % 'tion  of a central    selling agency for  ' the whole  Vallev.     It is,  of course,  l*i  :'"6.  ?M.  ENDERBY,  Wednesday,  at 2 p. m.  April 16th,  absolutely essential that an effort be  j made to eliminate the local rivalries  All interested in the marketing and ; which exist between the different dis-  distribution of products of the farm ; tricts and that they all pull together  will be heartily welcome. ' What is for the' common good. If this is  desired is a free and frank expression ; done, there should be no difficulty in  from each district as to their views .financing the central selling agency  regarding the matter of a selling or- j according to the amendment of the  ganization. If each district is favor-! Agricultural Associations Act.  able to this plan they will be reques-1  I  T IS an accepted belief that an  owl is a bird of wisdom. Am  not so sure that the belief is  well founded. But this fact cannot  bc disputed: an owl looks wise���������������������������anc  that goes a great ways with some  people. To "look wise and say  nothing," is a fascinating pastime  of persons who have nothing to say.  Silence they believe, is indicative of  wisdom; and, at times, it probably  is, but most times it is cowardice.  The man who has a message and  fails to deliver it is a moral coward,  and lives and dies a cipher in the  sum of time.  "N.  << (A.  i.i,f  <i\K  /���������������������������ir  \iH&r  <������������������  M\  ���������������������������S^*'**?*'^'**?*'.*^^  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & "Sale Stables  ,.    ENDERBY, B.--C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and* Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers   ancl  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  > 3*$*4>3><'.>$x8*e*'������������������>^  ted to appoint a delegate, ancl -when  the first series of meetings are over  the delegates ,will be called together  I immediately for a general conference  j ancl to work out in detail the plans i ~ri  for, operation. These plans will  again be submitted to the various  local organizations for approval.  The cent(al selling' organization  will be composed of delegates from  the various local associations. It  would appear at the present time  that one delegate from each district  should compose . the . cent(al board;  this will then make ifimpossible for  any particular.,  district to have con-  "Once we have   the central selling  agency formed, the best man who can  be secured   should    be    appointed as  manager, with full powers to conduct  the work.      All the shipping organizations would then be linked up with  the    central    organization,  and ship  .their produce through them.     I firm-  ' ly believe myself that if some policy  , along these lines    is adopted at .the  'present moment by the fruit growers  of the Okanagan.  they  will  be in a  position to handle their fruit to far  , better advantage  during the  present  year than- they did last year.- -1 am  satisfied that    there   is a future for  successfully.  You have  the fruit industry of this province,  trol. There is no reason why a plan ; bllt we must a(lopt business mcthods  of this kind    cannot   be worked out. if. we    are'  goihg ' to hold our own  i against, the strong .competition which  in the Upper Country] we always sha'll'have from our corn-  just as capable ancl energotic fruit' petitors to' the. South. The--Pro-  growers as it is possible to find, and vince, especially 'the Okanagan Val-  if they get together in "the proper ley, is now beginning' -to produce a  spirit I    am    sure   that success will , large quantity of fruit, and  the time  is now ripe for us to use every effort  to capture   and    hold   our Canadian  A MUSICAL TRIUMPH!  Tlie EDISON BLUE AMBEROL RECORD  Over 300, Grand Opera, Concert, and regular records arrived'  this week.   Call, and let us play them for you..  THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE  Is 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; , V  crown our efforts.  J have simply taken the liberty of  writing you a pcrsknal letter asking  you to use your influence and your  paper with a view to getting a good  representative meeting on April 16th.  The idea is that 'each district wili retain its own identity.  I hope to be in Enderby on the  morning of April 16th, and will be  pleased to meet the local fruit men  and others with a view to learning  something more of the local conditions.  markets. United  this result when  will not."  action  will  individual  secure  effort  SPRING PLANTING POR FIRS  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  AKent, also for Church ancl Parlor Or_ran������������������  Also Fire and Life Insurance  Ollice in brick block opp. The Walker Press.  Enderby Agent  Thanking you    in advance for your  assistance,  I remain,  Yours very truly,  R.  ROBERTSON.  Never plant or transplant firs or  pines in the fall is sound advice, ancl  it may be written with absolute  truth that failure always comes from  attempting 'the work at any other  season^than^the^spr-ing-^-  OVER 65 YEARS*  PERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Slc.  Anyone nondlnu n sketch nnd description niny  quickly agcortiiln our opinion free Trhollier nn  Invention ia prohnhly pnlentnblo. Coimmiiilrn*  lionsPirlctlyfioiillilontlal. HANDBOOK on Patents  emit froo. Oldest "zoncy -oreecurini. pulants.  i'ntonts taken through Munn & Co. rocolvo  tpccUil notice, without chnrge, laths  Scientific Jltiiericatu  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. ..awst elr-  c-ilrtfion of any HcienUllc. journal, .'erins ior  C'up.iria. S3.73 ii year, iiO-tage prepaid. Sold by  all news<i<;iilcr>.  &Co.S8,Brndm������������������ New York  J-ruuch Ollloo, GfS F B-_ Washington. D. 0.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  In this connection, it is interesting  to note that the fruit and produce  men of Vernon have already organized under_the. new_ Agricultural.As-1  sociations Act, with the object of  taking over the business formerly  handled by the Okanagan Fruit Union, and centralizing the marketing  facilities of that section.  In a letter to the Vernon organization Mr. Wm. E. Scott, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, speaks very  strongly on the need of better business in handling the output of the  Valley.  "Whilst many conditions militated  against high prices in 1912," he says,  "still I think that the poor returns  received were to a certain extent clue  t.o lack of business methods amongst  thc fruit growers themselves. By  this I mean lack of co-operation  methods. The eventual solution of  ; thc ciuestion will, I firmly believe, bc  i a central selling agency for thc whole  I Province, but, owing to its vast size  land the distance apart of the different districts, I do not consider that  the time is ripe at present for such  a big undertaking.  "What I think myself, and I ad-  (certificate.) Painter and Decorator, vance it merely as my own opinion,  Box 74, Enderby. is that the ciuestion may be met to  ���������������������������: the best advantage by the formation  xamination for  INCANDESCENT  You all know what the WELLS-  BACK MANTLE_did, for .lighting. "_It.  increased the quantity and quality  and reduced the cost. Our lamps  burn coal oil, use the mantle and  give 60 and 80 c.p. white light. Superior to thc electric light and  cheaper.     Write for catalogue.  BERNARD ROSOMAN,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  Agent for Tlie Mantle Lamp Co. of  America, Winnipeg*  SHUSWAP &  OKANAGAN BRANCH  ON   APRIL   14TH,  Initiations for Lining Scalers  As piovitled for in   Part 8 of the "Forest Act"   will  be held by the  Board of Examiners  si  {  '   'J  . /J  AT   THE  L, AT  Daily trains both  ways from  Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South  bound  read down  10.05 (Lv)  10.46  11.00  11.14  11.40  11.58  12.25  12.45 (Ar)  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  STATIONS  Sicamous  Jet  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  North  bound  read up  (Ar)   18.00  17.1  16.59  16.44  16.15  15.55  15.30  (Lv) 15.15  JNO.BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  For further particulars, apply to The  CHIEF   FORESTER,   or  to  R. L. ANDREWS,  Victoria, B. C.  Acting District Forester,  Vernon, B.C.  JAMES   MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  . Fruit Land Hay Land  Town Loti  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Go. of London.  London-Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.  Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept.  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK,   END1RBY X  ft  Thursday,  April 10, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  OF CANADA  PaldnpCapllal.RescrvcFund ti.fi Q7ff AAA  and Undivided Profits (Over) vO>������������������ ' ������������������MlV"  Total Assets (Over)    $69,000,000  When You Take  that Trip  carry your funds.in the form of  our Letters of Credit or Travellers'  Cheques, iu denominations of $10,  $20, 850, $100 or $200. The  values in foreign currencies are  stated on the face, and as these  , Cheques are payable without  discount, you can always get their  full value in the money of the  country you are visiting, without  delay or difficulty.     ���������������������������**--.  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  Dominion Lands in Enderby  District Will Soon Be Opened  The Dominion Lands in the Ender-; not being within the confines of a  by-Mabel Lake district are soon to timber berth. The majority of tim-  be thrown open for settlement. The I ber berths containing agricultural  statement which has appeared in the.land have been inspected during the  Interior press within the past two | past nine months, and as a result  weeks, and which was reproduced in. considerable land has been with-  the Press last week, together with a * drawn- from the berths and will be  statement   from   Mr. Cowell,    Kam-  made available  Our stock is   now complete for  Spring   Trade   in Timothy, clovers, Alfalfa, and all.field seeds.  Also a   full    line    of-vegetable  seeds    from    the   best growers;  also    flower   seeds in profusion.  We also   carry a special line in  Spray   Pumps,    in    barrel  and  hand   sizes, * and our prices are  right.     Also Implements of all  kinds.       Bee   Supplies   are' our  specialty.       Look   through our  ���������������������������   catalogue: free for the asf'.iug.  MHENRY NDRSERY&SEED NOUSE  ..-  -A. R. MACDOUGALL  ">"  3011 Westminster itd,Vanc'oDver,B.���������������������������.  tt r- " .   ' - * _  r       *  loops Dominion Lands Agent, while  conveying this general information,  proved unsatisfactory as to such information as would naturally be desired by all squatters and intending  settlers. We are this week" prepared  to give the information"desired. In a  letter from the Dominion Land office,  Kamloops, Mr. Cowell says:  The Walker Press:  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir:     Your   favor of the 4th  inst.  duly received,    enclosing a cutting     from   the   last- issue   of your  weekly paper concerning the Dominion Lands in the Railway Belt.   Our  attempted conversation on the 'Long  Distance, telephone'    on     Wednesday  last was most unsatisfactory,  owing  to    defective   connection,    because I  was   able   to    catch   -but   an     odd  word,    and I   am   sure it must have  been equally difficult at your end.  The    news   contained   in the Kamloops Standard last week re. Domin  In order   to " cope    with the great  amount of work   entailed in opening  up these lands, and to avoid complications, it has   been decided to deal  with one district or sub-agency at a  time.     Golden sub-agency, which extends   from   lllicellewaet   to the Alberta boundary and along the varley  of the Columbia, was opened up first  and all bona-fide squatters have been  given until the 19th  of,April within  which to appear   at    the-sub-agency,  Golden, arid complete the application  for entry,   and   on the 21st of April  the balance of   the lands in the GoK  den district .will then be .made''available to the general public. -  THE DATE FOR THE ACCEPTANCE OP cAPPLICAPIONS . IN THE  ENDERBY . DISTRICT HAS NOT  YET BEEN FIXED, AND YOU MAY  ADVISE YOUR READERS THAT  ALL. THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN  RECORDED AS BONA-FIDE SQUATTERS BY SUPT. MABER WHEN ON  Those old, worn-out chairs and the dozen  and one articles you now think are fit  only for the lumber room may be V  made into pretty furniture by the  use of the beautiful enamels  and stains sold at this handvare store  OUR   BUSINESS IS RUN  ON A STRICTLY  CASH  BASIS          .,-___      __,.       __._,_____!- ,_ ~ * ���������������������������      "������������������.������������������������������������__. __!_. I      t������������������ _-_.__l._N      ������������������J_N  ion lands was in accordance with the'AT0U:R ������������������F INSPECTION LAST  facts, but unf orturiately, the inform-,FALL. WILL BE*1 NOTIFIED BY  ation which-the editor intended to LETTER " FROM THIS AGENCY,  convey to'the"interested parties and.W���������������������������N- AND WHERE THEY CAN  general    public;    was not sufficiently MAKE THEIR ENTRIES.      "���������������������������  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH:OF ENGLAND (St.George)'  Sunday .Services���������������������������8 "a.m.,; Holy "Communion;   11    a.m:;.  Morning~Prayer;  .7:30 p.m.", Evening Prayer.' - ?*���������������������������*;  REV. <M. F. HILTON,- Vicar.  clear, and in consequence I have been  simply deluged with correspondence  from all over my large district, from  those who naturally want to be on  the scene on the general opening day.  It has been decided to, withdraw  the "general reservation which has  been in force for csome considerable  time, and .throw, open'to homestead  entry those lands'.^ which have "been  surveyed and are otherwise available,'  In addition; ,the general public and  all interested will be- advised by advertisements in the local papers and  by notices in the several postoffices  throughout the district.    "  Trusting this information is what  you require, I am,  Your, obedient servant; .-  ,    -  .     -   0",   \    ...     W.  C. COWELL,'/':  . .   ���������������������������     .*-��������������������������� Agent' of Dominion Lands.-*  "ENDERBY METHODIST  CHURCH  I .Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  II a.m. and 7:30p.m.-Tuesday, 8 p.m.  Epworth League'; Thursday, 8 p.m.,'  Prayer" Meeting. :A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  "REV. J. G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor..  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St. Andrews ���������������������������    .   ',  Sunday   Services���������������������������11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m.; Y.P.S.CiE.,"Monday,  7:30 p.m.  REV. D., CAMPBELL, Pastor.  ",   - FIRST  BAPTIST CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Sunday school,  10 a.m.'; regular service, 3:3(T p.m.;  Prayer service, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.  REV. B. G. STEWART.JPastor.  p^oyfScout^Organization Preparing-  ".-" : to. Increase Its[Efficiency  The season of new life is at hand j their own denomination; and in canrp  With the opening days of spring - the | any' form of, daily prayer anTS  demand-for something to do enters .weekly divine service should" be of the  imperatively into the make-up of' simplest character,. attendance being  every    boy   worthy, the name.. -With . voluntary. -  *  the season . for    out-door drills and j  scouting at hand the Enderby Scout-'   Tha sP5rit pf the movement, is that"  masters are endeavoring to* put'new. ?n tne P^rt oi the boys themselves,  life into   the    Enderby organization,   money should be earned and.not so-  They are preparing to provide a reg- lifted.      Where    public subscriptions  ular scout camp for the" troop during'*0 troops are received, such subscrip  PLUMBINGvHEATINGJINSMITHING  .   --.   ,.;    . Enderby,- BritishColumbia:-/./-'. r-.T'~^4-  We have a^few-fine residential lots Teft, $200 "each>$i6.;  ,7 .". .cash, $5.per_months r_^>. ^^XXy-^/.^Zyv^-^f^j//^.  2 houses-at ,$1000 each;^300*will fiandie pne^f$ie^eFs  Choice! acreldts, $25 Vash^ip per mpntlv v: ' ~^'X':VX-  10^ acres iruit land, cleared, $1,750; one thi^cash;balance";  ���������������������������>'-  rover 5 years - '���������������������������_���������������������������  -..'.   "?%"*," "' : ;.;-���������������������������' ^'-.V^'-''  5 acres, 2������������������ cleared, $2,000; ^one third .cash, Jjalance.to"  arrange.       . _ >   .   ./..:'.     .   _....  .SEE IJS FOR OTHER GOOD-BUYS, WE CAN SUIT YOUR,POCKET...  --"-���������������������������.'���������������������������"��������������������������� NORTHERN OKANAGAN. LAND CO ' -  ���������������������������**L  -f   ^J'^&sm  "' *���������������������������_       "*    ������������������ "*P  V'J-"j  I  .   c   np j :  -   ,    'j   -   -  v I  *���������������������������/  Jy-i'������������������  7 X7&'-  r .v  the   summer    season;    also" have ,in  preparation    more   adyance'd .drilling  tions should    be    administered by a  troop    committee " appointed for the  and the 'inculcation of more' practical purpose, and not'   by any individual  lessons in life and better citizenship.  Scoutmaster.  among the boys. ��������������������������� . That all may get  a better idea of the. aims and objects of the organization the following general principles are given: ������������������  Local Associations should raise locally the sums required for working  expenses and for obtaining camp and  -other^equipment-^for-^the^boys^where^  The aim of the organization is to necessary.      Subscriptions and dona-  develop good citizenship among boys! tions for this purpose should be paid  in to the treasurer of the Local Association.  Find the Finder  If you found ��������������������������� purte your first  Impulse would ba to look In the  " Lost and Found " columns of  our paper.  If you have loat a ptfrie.dWt  you think the finder would do the  aame.  If you wish to find the finder  use our Classified Want Ads.  by forming their character���������������������������training  them in habits of observation, obedience and self-reliance���������������������������inculcating  .loyalty and thoughtfulness for others  ���������������������������and teaching them services useful  to the public and   handicrafts useful  *2-..Ah*���������������������������??Iv.!S_. 1_TA<L .organization  has no military or political aims.  The   Boy    Scout    Association   can  Boy Scouts are    taught to qualify  only   admit   to    membership   bodies  for .badges of Proficiency  j������������������ the fol-  which.aecnnfc   **'n    hnaio *h��������������������������� f hM.' lowine:    Ambulance    work,    airman,  The age limit for the enrolment of  boys is 11 to 18. This regulation  does not imply that a Scout, when  he reaches the age of 18, must leave  a troop;   '���������������������������-  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDE R B Y ���������������������������    - -'"���������������������������":''  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Bndtrby" and are esDeci*l-  ly suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been In crop, are in ���������������������������plen-  did condition for plantine. ,      *mu   4"-e������������������PerJenced_fruit_growei--l-UP^ehargeiaan___=wlll-=rive=instruction4o=  purchasers free of charge, or orchar,     will be   planted   and cared for at a  moderate charge. ,  1G0 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots ./ now on the market mt *175  per acre. . "  Get in on the first block and make money on the advanee  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.  yyzl  ^���������������������������XX\  WHY NOT BUY  YOUR SETTING    EGGS A  HOME?  Pen 3 layinjrstrain. pedigreed and bred for24 years  for eggs alone, 15,000: Mothers of the contest  pullets now at Victoria. Pen 4, ten pullets, full  listen to pen in contest, J4.00 per set. Pen 5,  ordinary, $2,00per setting. Order early, inquiries  coming by every mail.  H. E. WABY, ENDERBY, B. C.  JOB LENTO���������������������������Blanchard . & English  Block, Enderby���������������������������Cleaning & Pressing; also repairing. Guitar and  Mandoline lessons will be given by  George and Joe Lento, at pupil's  home or at our place of business.  which -accept as a basis the three  fold promise of the Scout, the system  of instruction contained in "Scouting  for Boys" by Sir Robert Baden-  Powell, and the general Scout regulations.  The association is open to boys of  every class and denomination, but  Churches and other bodies can raise  troops confined to boys connected  with such bodies.  y  The association is anxious to promote international peace by entering  into friendly relations with organizations outside the British Empire  which have similar aims in view, and  to exchange visits, correspondence  and ideas with them, but it cannot  admit foreign societies to membership.  It is expected' that every Scout  shall belong to. some religious denomination,  and attend its services.,  ������������������������������������������������������'j.*** ,���������������������������%   ' i  Where a troop consists of Scouts  of various religions, they should be  encouraged to attend the service of  bee farming, blacksmithing, boatman,  bugler, carpenter, clerk, coast guard,  cook, cyclist, dairyman, electrician,  engineer, farmer, fireman, care of  domestic-and farm animals, gardner,  handyman, horseman, interpreter,  leather worker, marksman, master-  at-arms, missioner, musician, naturalist, pilot, photographer, piper,  plumber, poultry farming, printer,  prospecting, swimming, surveying,  woodman, etc. It is not possible for  one Scout to take up many of these  exercises, but proficiency badges are  presented in all of them, and the  work in the learning is made easy by  the interest created in the work.  An  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt-edged original prairie Townsites, (not sub-divisiona)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO '  Old timers tell us that this year is  in many respects' similar to the  spring of 1894. The warm weather  did not come until the 1st of May,  and did not let up until the frosts of  fall. It was a year of high water,  dry weather and great forest fires.  of every description executed  neatly and chelip; and with  despatch, at the Walker Press THE ENDERBY PRESS "AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  April 10, 1913  One of Thomas A. Edison's new  Blue Amberol Records  was played 3,000 times  on an Edison Phonograph���������������������������and gave just as true  and sweet a reproduction the last time as the first  tone after countless playings,  as it is when new. Your  Edison dealer will play  some of these wonderful records for you  on an Edison Phonograph. Ask him  to do so today.  This was not an endurance  test for mere hardness. It  was an endurance test for  quality of reproduction���������������������������to find if the  Blue Amberol would  be as far superior to  all other records in  Th  A. Edison, Inc., 100 Lakeside Ave., Orange, N. J., U. S. A.  A complete Im* of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  _Z_g_________E-G_3  THE  ALWAYS  UNIFORM FLOUR  ^UPluw  i si i /**���������������������������*c ������������������^^'������������������a-������������������'r.--'^"*T-,'^r"'  ^nt������������������ ������������������������������������������������������"*������������������������������������������������������������������������_*if���������������������������^mm\  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 of CARE in CLEANING aud 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   office,    'Phone   41.'  COLUMIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited  'Downham & Gildemeester  __X__OJN__0_1R^^  i '_  , "DEG to announce that they have entered into  *^ partnership, and are prepared to give their  patrons First-class Service along the lines of  General  Contracting  i        It will pay you to let us figure with you  -j FURNITURE-MADE TO-ORDER      ,   Office and Shop in Poison Block on Cl Street near George  SEMI-READY CLOTHES  MEN'S   SUITS  OF   THE   BETTER   KIND  We can fit you out of stock, or take your measure and  guarantee satisfaction, and you are not taking a chance  on the cost, as they all carry the Manufacturer's price  label. Why pay others $5 or more for the same quality ?  Let us show you the goods, then use your own judgment  JEFERSON SHOES  FOR LOGGERS  BOB PEEL  "SLATER"  FINE SHOES  ENDERBY'S GENT'S FURNISHER and SHOE MAN  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  Road Work in Prospect for the  Opening Season in Enderby District  Perhaps there is no man who re- Palls Creek, by the Islands and the  ceives more kicks and abuse than the Skookum Chuck and across the tur-  average road foreman, unless it be bulent Kingfisher to the stately beau-  the  average  road  superintendent.   It ty of Mabel Lake. (,  does not seem to matter, greatly j "Among the measures engaging  in what country or district one finds' earnest attention at ' Armstrong are  himself, the same complaints are to several which arc calculated to re-  be heard, and if one holds his ear move a large percentage of Spallurn-  close enough to the heart of common . cheen's , highway disabilities. Fore-  humanity he will hear the heart most is the proposal so carry thc  beats of the men assailed and they! Enderby-Armstrong road southerly  will be as calm and regular as if no ' from the Stepney ranch and follow  word of complaint were ever heard,; the contour above Bennett Creek  for these men know far better than flats around the foot of the Jake  their critics how much of the impos-  Laur hill.  sible is'expected of them and how i "Strenuous efforts have been made  hard they have tried to make the * to connect the Trinity Valley road  best out of the material and condi-; (which commences at the Lumby-  tions under which they have to labor j Mabel Lake crossing of Vance Creek)  to get the thing done even as well as i with Enderby via Baxter's crossing  it is, though imperfect it may be.       j of the    Shuswap   at    Ashton    Creek.  In a district such as we have, with | Another season's work is involved,  much forest to open and little yet:both in SradinS the .Enderby end and  cleared of that opened, the demand \in the inevitable reconstruction of  for more and better roads is most jthe old V���������������������������Kons between Vance and  insistent, and yet, when we take int0:Lossie Creeks- The importance of  consideration the obstacles ever to Ithe new connection to tourist travel  be encountered in road building one;is apparent from the most cursory  marvels at the thanklessness of the' reference to the map."  *ob  and  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  SPRING PRUNING���������������������������Orders will be  taken for orchard pruning. APPly,  Wm. Elson, King Edward Hotel.  WANTED���������������������������Man with rig and team to  travel the   country   with salesman.  "For details apply, The Walker Press  A SNAP FOR CASH���������������������������Team, mower,  wagon, sleighs, logging hooks, pulleys, chain, horse fork, harness and  saddle: the bunch for $290.00, or  will sell separately. Bernard Rosoman, Grindrod.  FOR A CHANGE OF SEED  Try Gold Coin, potatoes; sound and  free from worms; one cent per pound.  Order right away if you want any.  A few tons of mixed hay for sale at  $15 per ton. Jersey bull, service $2  cash.   At the Brook Farm,  Enderby.  the    inconsideration   of the  very men   who   benefit   most by the  roads    opened   and   kept up by "the  government.  In    an    article    on    the  Okanagan  SEALED    TENDERS   will   be    received up    to   April 17, 1913, by the  undersigned,    for   the    erection of a  Highways   published   in    the  special j warehouse 12x24 feet, on C. S. Hand-  edition    of    the    Vernon    News,  Mr.  cock's ranch,  Grindrod.  TENDERS  WANTED  Hamilton    Lang,    superintendent    of  roads,   expresses    without  putting  it  Plans and specifications my be seen  at C.  S. Handcock's ranch.  into words, some of the feeling of the i ��������������������������� The lowest   or   any tender not ne-  average road    superintendent who is cessarily accepted.  For  particulars apply to���������������������������  O. S. HANDCOCK,  Secretary Northern  Okanagan Far-  disposed to take    pride in his work.  He gives a comprehensive pen.picture  of the conditions which prevail in the  "Okanagan, and recites what work has j mers' Institute,  Grindrod, B.  C.  been done and is in contemplation in  the various . parts    of  his  extensive  district. ���������������������������     Speaking    of' that in the  vicinity of Enderby he says:  "It is pleasant to, realize that, as  soon as conditions will permit in the  spring". "another - blemish' will-, disappear from the . Enderby-Salmon Arm  road-in the reduction"to a 6 per cent  grade   now   established,   of the long  MAIL CONTRACT  Postmaster  Gen-  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to  tlie Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on Fri-  stcep declivity between the .summit! day> the 25th April, 1913, for .the  at Waby's and the foot of the hillat J conveyance of His Majesty's Mails,  the Grindrod turn." Between this [on a ��������������������������� proposed Contract., for four  point and Enderby surveys have been >cars' fourteen times per week each  made establishing permanent loca-!W. between Enderby and Railway  tion, and much of the sub-grade has  been constructed. Proper metaling  must now follow; and this will involve an outlay which must necessarily be spread over more than one  year.  "As a base Enderby offers exceptional attractions to the excursionist. Crossing the Shuswap river to  the east side, for example, the beautiful River Drive may be taken to  Mara, and through    that favored re-  FOR SALE���������������������������Team of bay mares, well  matched, weighing 3400; 4 & 5 years  old;* sound and well broken; also  wagons and harness. H. F. Flewwelling, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������75 acres farm land; 6  acres cleared and ready to crop;  nice clay loam suitable for fruit;  easily cleared; good pasture; small  house; clearing fenced, posts & wire;  situated   3    miles    from    Enderby,  \ about same distance from-proposed  C. N. R.R. For prices and terms  see or write owner, H. F. Flew-'-  welling, Box 34, Enderby.  BALED OAT HAY, $10.00 per ton;  potatoes, $10.00 per ton. Hazelmere Ranch. Apply G. Murdock.  EGGS "FOR HATCHING���������������������������Carefully  selected utility stock; I Black Minorcas; $1.00 for setting of 13. "Also  duck eggs; _ $1   for   "setting    of 11.  " Address, Mrs; John McKay, Water- -  side Ranch, Enderby.;      _- ml3-6t..**~  Station  from    the  eral's pleasure. a  Printed notices containing further  information as to conditions of proposed Contract may be seen ��������������������������� and  blank forms of Tender may be obtained at the Postoffice of Enderby,  B. C, and at the office of the Post  Office Inspector.  Post Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver, B.  C,  14th March,  1913.  JOHN R.  GREENFIELD,  Post Office Inspector,  gion  to the   shores    of lovely  Mara _   Lake.     At no distant day the drive  EGGS'   FOR   SETTING���������������������������From pure-  will bc   continued    along its eastern!    bred g. g. Hamburgs; at $1.50 per  shore_.to._Sicamous_Narrows._in_expia- potting- of���������������������������13- -Mrs.���������������������������J.-A.-Miller,-  tion of the crime perpetrated in the Stanley St., Enderby, B. C. m204t  early nineties, when the Shuswap &  Okanagan railway stole the Sicamous  wagon road. Connection with Malakwa and Taft section can be concurrent, and thus will Revelstoke be  brought within radius.  "Shuswap's waters, however, gladden the vistas of another road. Eastward from " Enderby leads" that "spleri-"  did highway past    Ashton Creek and  THIRTY DOLLARS    PER.ACRE���������������������������80 ���������������������������  acres     unimproved     land; '   easily  cleared, and well watered' by small "���������������������������  ,._ Lake. Two miles from town; Government road along west boundary.*  Apply owner, James Ellison, Lake-  view, Enderby.    - "   m20-4t"-  CLEANING, PRESSING. & REPAIR-  ing, plain sewing, dressmaking.Miss  Airth has opened a sewing room in '  the building ' formerly occupied by  The Walker Press,' Enderby, where  she will be pleased to meet all desiring her services.  FOR SALE���������������������������Rough and dimension  lumber; - At mill or delivered. A.  Tomkinson, Enderby.  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking   parlors    to   the Mat-  ^thews-housef=on==-GlifI^Sti-r^west^of=  George.  CITY OF ENDERBY  DEPAHTMENr OMW HEALTH  NOTICE is hereby given that the  Municipal Council intend strictly to  enforce the law regarding public  health. All nuisances must be forthwith abated, garbage and rubbish endangering health or creating liability to fire cleared away, and yards  and outhouses made clean and sanitary.  A piece of land has been acquired  by the Council on which rubbish, etc.  can be deposited, under the supervision of the Sanitary Inspector.  A general i.nsne������������������*|'on nf +.hn. City  will be made on May 1st, 1913, and  if any premises or property should  then be fo!'**1'' in p f">n'i:������������������ti'on contrary  to law, legal proceedings will bo  taken without further notice.  By Order���������������������������  THE  HEALTH  COMMITTEE.  Graham Rosoman,  Oity Clerk.  City Hall, April 10th, 1913.  The World Needed tlie Science of Optics  IT   IS   DISCOVERED 1   .The-condition .of .the-human, race,-as a-usual thing-is-mad������������������-better   by inventions and discoveries.  The grinding of glasses for eye-strain has been   a   great boon to  persons afllicted.  Eyestrain means that the pictures presented to the brain are not  perfectly clear and distinct; it means continual loss of nerve vitality.  Glasses fitted by my system can supply   that   something you are  looking for.  Dr. I-I. PIERCE, O. D., Ref. D.  GRADUATE  SIGHT  SPECIALIST.  Now at the Enderby Hotel for a short time.  GREAT DRESS GOODS BARGAINS  We have concluded to close out our Dry Goods, and to  do so quickly we are making great reductions in everything in this department. Without making a great  noise about it, we are offering the greatest bargains  ever seen in this section in ladies' wear, dress goods,  linings, and all linea of dry goods.  Come in and investigate  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B. C  I:  /  -JIT  1  z\  i  #1


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