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Array \,r':U  I      /\  I    -P.tlM.i&'P-gi  , Enderby,7'B. C., .March 13. 1913::  * < i  ������������������-.'  AN D    . W A L ICE R 'S      ;W; E EX L Y  *y ^y ^oir:6rNoH2^ Whble;N6^262������������������������������������  X' Enderby News .Bjiefly:Told of ;;;>;,;  : :   'First Interest! to, Local ^Readers  i:  Wm., , Woods'is   supplying ���������������������������his\cus-  -tV  tbmers with;* the, first lettuce[of spring  this/.week..  y  Bruce,f the   little*,- child ' of A. :B  Maundrell/ "died at "the Enderby Cot-r  tage Hospital' Wednesday morning in  v-  .    Manager Hardy,'of "the-Union Bank i a convulsion.-    , Mr? .Maundrell-was  'at-Vernoni was; a visitor ;tq, ^Enderby immediately ^.summoned,, from ;,fArm:  this'week.* : . -'< ���������������������������.    -"",. ,-������������������   . z ^'\ "   strong. r   'The '"deepest - sympathy of  * J- iti* ,. "V ._.       f \,r-r S Jl V * '   ^      _ ���������������������������*  ment^ brick .making *' machine'to'add- \CompariyVat! tHat':/point^ ^arid'fwill  't'A hio 'ioment 'wTX^irc������������������-i '-. -'-.' A/ -.f.v^,, handle^ everything!-"^'embrace'd^under  to his cement works:  _. (, this week in- their "show/ room  thejfjAarbno.automatic1'bilge *��������������������������� p.ump,  .. \1     P-1 " V      -^      ^P    L^ft,      \rt   <,  p^A-      .i     ,     >-._-*   _   J-%   S* *,**-     _ ���������������������������  .which -he-i considers .to > be ��������������������������� his -leader.  carriers to procure mbney orders for  patrons, and -to /deliver them. * A  patron may now' procure^a'mohey. order,' or postal' note by filling 'in? tHe,  particulars on \ an������������������-'application form"  and 'handing- it" with 'the icash to ther  courier'who' jviir ."give Ja receipt for  the,'money received.- The money order Cor postal'notef as the case' may,  he, is purchased by, the*courier at the  distributing pqst, ^office to-*-which, he  is'^attached,? -aridf is- personally de-  livered^ori'the.route-to the 'applicant  or-, his /duly'- authorized, representative  when the - courier*- makes vhis "next  reerular trim'i>-   rt- ..\.. *^_ :<.....- , ,J; ' -1-  regular trip?:* ^.  '-r.  yy  r-.-  r Ktitr ,  -rX*J~' DOUBLE .WEDDING" i/-^  f*'-'���������������������������������������������-'  ,*t*v^vi-*������������������ r V������������������   ".?r<1'* -' t'>/���������������������������"���������������������������'  'if   .*    ^-. J     ***A *t*   ������������������ .4-.^    Z,^    \.'~j- ,   '*-- -z.V-%- *���������������������������  /���������������������������'iA'double->wedding- ,-was.-solemnized  ^yyy'-.y' j. ~_\ -ri.vi* ���������������������������rVsy-^.v.'-<v ���������������������������*  at' thefMethcdist, parsonage,. -Enderby^  nn .Mnrch^St.h .'������������������.*thA*i* Rflv''4Mr'f<������������������Tlrnwn"  th'at> lie.had^closed "tBe .dealvwithi*MK"  -Williams.'^and ,-had ^instructed-^that^a  ,-,s    i  *.   '��������������������������� ',   ..tJV    * f  ^ ,rj-   -y^,   -r,!.   ,{, - V >*��������������������������� ������������������l V> '  deed, of-the s. landtv be>, preparedr:,*" Ar-  rangements were 'to/be'm'adetwithHthe  Bank; of /Montreal Mor^U-M'cashC'to''  W    >-  ', Sf"    x.,"r      >        f-      i-_      c-������������������_������������������      -     ������������������ ���������������������������"   >^ "'''     j  make thei purchase.; ^/t^y-A^^i/-^  >', Ald.r Teece5andjAld:AGrant*were ap-  pointedra ,committee^'to takei-charge  'oi; cemetery \ businessV'V and-'it Cwas^re-'  F#.������������������.-*A^   ,4.���������������������������     4.t.n_-%    VXL .v. l-_-   *rr ���������������������������**���������������������������_*'* J _*. *  ';", for,>displaying-^his -excellent stock of  ,,_5.-_ .-?r"   *y,j.y'~'.*. .-t"PJJ*.3_k'T_L\>.ri.-1-v^.f-' -=-i  ,' v? i;?r,vgents,;furmshings:^v5.,,-^<^fei/ Ato/  to ,'be^ given 'invMara^Hall^on^'PridayL  eveningy< (Vomorrpw)'^  \%-,G3 y ���������������������������--'plain["sewing������������������'and' serverafternoon'tea  XX  in the basement' of^thevPresbyteriane  t-r_ -Church, 7 Saturdaj^iafternobn,' ^March^  -.-.- 22nd.-j -X-2" / ���������������������������' 7"Xyiz-.'~1- ^ -yX  agemts^for^the^cdty^ratVtheflastiregu-t  -}ffi-j;^zy^i#ty-i*&yi^^^  lar^meeting,';askedftthe?city, toTputM  pricey on^-the ,���������������������������* debentures>loff ered^f or.  salej and>' suggestingi93 \as, a'-possible  figure, ^j, Ohairman r^orthington^of,  chairman^ of-^ thev, ^finance Jcommitteef  jtiont'speakers^claimedltolknowlthatS  replied? that^while-Tthere'lwas  AnniiA/iriAn^iri.h^ _._4_*m4 ���������������������������������������������-_-��������������������������� *������������������_*-*<  ilyJleft .this1 weekH for.Trehern^iMaBM  where;;, Mr%": Marwood:' still "owns ,960  .acres'JofJ;'v^uable^5agriMlturalClaad,  and)[where, he? intends"}to establish^ his  sons ;in^ agriculture.^ rlMr.������������������ and'-Mrs.  MarwoodCand *famil^leay'e''a'f host 'sof  lh *-,_������������������** l^oja.V.Price   Ellison> was^pperate'dl  ���������������������������������������������>*^"/'^upon,forr' appendicitis^byt'Dr.''R.'vE[-  -.-;^ "'   McKechnie,; It ^the^'General Hospital; j friends "������������������in^Bn"dwby, /who^wish^them  ^^"--^VancouvVrflast^week.^nd/is now'l,on *e7eTV ^success-in their new '(and "old)  |p   ~*\ the' rapid -road to' recovery."',' -'���������������������������';/"'  home- \A X   ' ^X-' ". ^'"*'../ ���������������������������"."/"' '"'"y  ~ The. managers ^ of i the Opera House  have determined 'to'cut qut....all_hlgh__.  fi  It  h -  Friday evening, the members of "the  Oity Council will meet.:as_'a jDourt_of.  PUSHING -At GOO_5t^THiNG lALONG > able. Tj / ?Aldl ^Blanchard Hand^Alif  ^-!i?''^"\ r,^/~^:-v^���������������������������^ iv^J Grant-moved -that^theVactidhr'ofitheJ  *** ^'  i     it i *4 *i^* n^^ f% v^ _^i__i     ^   _^ *^ w^^^^_^ ^^-"k^"1-    /.&������������������_������������������       _������������������__..-������������������_, ������������������3 ������������������*fc^% _������������������_3      ���������������������������������������������/   ��������������������������� _L *  if the^youngjmerirof-Eniierby are'go-"0"! ^Mr^H.Mowatj quotations''of-the  j _._-_..      _..���������������������������   ^ *   -_u-. __._,__  ^eP9p^e4'>that7heKhad.|^ ,. ^, p^^-^v^^-^^^CT  letter;yi_dyisin%^  CoVtV^Tth^figur^ad^^^^^^^  i M 2 ^^7 ?il j1* '������������������tdi Jl -_.-_ i'j - /_������������������������������������������������������*_;".. _.'_, j?  clearly^Us^posdbir^tlielactualltruthm^  and" he'-,was^headed'for"Dill"Brothers''I v'The agreement extending^the^'mort  storer-CrHe'had fourteen- suits���������������������������.in the         ~       *~ ' '  cart^and-he said ���������������������������*; they -had eighteen  more to,follow..// These suits-represented, the first batch-of orders from  ^Revision, ���������������������������on   the   Municipal"Assess- IPficed travelling    films, of round-ups  ���������������������������;ment.     Very; few -  appeals have been aI?d similar propositions, .which have  "filed,'and none   of these "from any of Pro7e.n largely J" fake,  arid-to confine  the larger property owners.    ^       ~-  themselves to    their own - legitimate  field, at the_ regular house price, 10c  " Sunday, Mar. 30th, has been chosen  by the   Methodist   Church   for their!  and 20c.     , Th'e Charge of the Light  anniversary., services.     Special music BriSB.de this week was'well received  -   is being   prepared -'by   the choir for  lt was one   of ��������������������������� the best shows ever  the day..;���������������������������_Fuller particulars.in- next���������������������������?iv5������������������ *?*$'*.-**&   the. attendance.the  largest.- ���������������������������=------���������������������������- ���������������������������   ���������������������������issue.-^ "s \  Mrs. Bernard Rosoman' was discharged from the Enderby Cottage  Hospital this week, completely recovered from the effects of the gun  shot wound received some weeks ago  at ber home near Grindro'd.  v A meetiag of the committee appointed to prepare statistics to be  presented to the .Agricultural Commissioners at -.their coming meeting  at Enderby, will be held in the City  Hall, Saturday afternoon at 1.  The pen of Barred Rocks entered in  ������������������ the international ^egg-laying contest  at Victoria by H. E. Waby are still  well up in the list among ,the leaders.  The third month's report shows them  seventh from the top in their class.  The members of St. George's Women's Auxiliary will' give a whist,  drive in the K. of P. Hall on Wednesday, March 26th, at 8 p.-m. in  .aid of the Vicarage Loan. Home  made candy will be% on sale. Cards  at 8:30.  Deputy Minister of Works, Mr. Foster, will visit Enderby on March 31,  with Mr. Lang, superintendent of  roads, to go into the matter of the  short road to Deep Creek, recently  petitioned for by the settlers and the  citizens of Enderby.  CHANGE IN BAKERY BUSINESS  Last , week the Enderby Bakery  changed hands, J. E. Dorflinger buying out the interest of Miss Dora  Gamble, and* taking 6ver the business. Mr. Dorflinger has handled  the baking end of the business since  it was taken over by Mr.'Maundrell  from Mr. Burbidge, an'd is well acquainted with the requirements-of  his patrons. . He is popular with all  and is aiming to- give the best possible service. He is supplying all  kinds of cakes, pies and confections,  and is making in addition t'o his regular baker's bread, a choice homemade loaf that is greatly appreciated  and-is growing in popularity. Afternoon tea is served as heretofore.  > .  the.boys in_-the���������������������������- lumber-camps''-.All  were*'made-to-measure, and , of the  best material.- These" young men,  who are in"the bush, all winter, enjoy dressy-" things to wear when they  come out in the Spring, and the cart  load being pushed up the street by  "How" was an* indication of how the  boys prepare for-the'breaking up of  camp and ^their, getting^back ���������������������������to .civi-.  lization~againr        ������������������" "   "���������������������������"  gage'" onT the ^C. -- S: \Handcbck /proper-  ty^ for' one^'year;,/- wasTrepoirtedjfduly  signed. r% y-' -'-.      '. *-> -, v ,v��������������������������� y,,uj u'  ���������������������������^y     -/^ '������������������ ' ^^v-;yiv.-:z4  .y. ... tj-r    .      -   z-.rjr * A.������������������ y.>-     ���������������������������'.  y  ___^regular4_meeting=4i)f���������������������������the^Cbuncil.  T^  Agnew,  * VernonT,    and " submitted- a  matter^bef ore "the1' Opposition^sfibrtly,^  k_pfnra pi-   mt^j o.V.4- > >M_T-i. J^"���������������������������>*_*--'���������������������������?-V,-r_���������������������������14 iVS5  schemed VMt.  Churchillf states<that-|  spend  .   ,.,,,.  w . ..   ..    -_- _$75,000,000;in-:sbipyard������������������;prepar->#{!f(i:  was. held   Monday ^ evening,^ Acting,,- +,' --r   "j, l.^1 /a4.^lL-"--  ^^ .I''_;,v/"tV1l^  -. _���������������������������' __.    l      . >   "    - ation, and the codtithe^would^beTim^^^j  Mayor Worthington.in the chair.-.-'- .......������������������-_.  Aid. I Blanchard/ reported   on ' the  proposition'*made    by_ Cummins '&'  m  .  .   .      'VM33  the1 neighborhood -of, |550 'per?to__Mn^:^JI  construction 'cost _- against- say.^450'^"^  per ton in- the' British shipVards.' t'V'Vf b-������������������j^3^  TOO LATE   FOR DISPLAY  Advertisers should bear in mind  that we cannot accept copy for display advertisements later than Tuesday evening.  RURAL DELIVERY IMPROVEMENT  The Postoffice Department recently  put into effect a big" improvement in  the matter of money orders on the  rural delivery routes. This does not  effect Enderby, as the rural delivery  system has not been established here,  owing to the fact, no doubt, that our  people have not applied for it. It  is now in order for all rural delivery i A. .Munro & Co  For High-Class Millinery  Visit A. Munro & Co's Millinery' De-,  partment, Armstrong. y Mrs. G.  Watson, late of Seattle, is in charge.  Her training and experience in the  first-class v millinery houses of Chicago and Cleveland, U.S.A., together  with 'our direct-import facilities,  makes possible a showing of skillful  creations , in the latest " millinery  modes at very moderate prices. We  are also giving special attention to  ladies wishing-to have their hats remodeled or retrimmed, at reasonable  charges. A variety of dainty hats  for children at 50c, 75c, $1.00 and  ?1.25, etc. *  Hats sent express paid to Enderby,  Mara, etc.     Terms cash with order.  Trimmed hats made in our own work,  room sold at   the low price of $2.50  to advertise this department.  Armstrong  'o^hej^^.^'JRefcrred back -for;in:,  formation on minor points.    - ,  The. finance committee reported the  following accounts for payment:''       j  Bank Montreal^ coupon  $    50.00  Union Bank, coupon  !       45.00  Bank Montreal, coupon  .'���������������������������   v 105.01  Union B. C. Municipalities....      10.00  R. Chadwick; wages  .".        3.50  W. H. Cullin, assessment      ..  5.00  H. G. Mann, lights      ? 16.60  Okanagan Saw.Mills, .Ltd      '14.05  A. Reeves, stationery  '...:..        3.75  Poison Furniture ,06         7.00  Board School Trustees       500.00  Jas. Mowat submitted quotations  on renewal of insurance on City IJall  and the Clerk" was instructed to have  $2,500 placed on the building and$500'  on the contents.  A communication was received from  the Attorney-General's department  notifying of the appointment of S..  Teece and-F. H. Barnes, license commissioners, and H. E. Blanchard and  R. R. Gibbs police commissioners.  Aid. Blanchard reported with reference to the opening of a lane  through block 13 from Vernon Road  to George. He had not yet interviewed all of the property owners  and from his report it appeared  there was not a majority of the  property owners in favor of the lane  being opened.  draft-of the agreement, setting fortlr nSt dWnded -th4 pro'ductidn^of-thefWl  the terms-on   which   they -were pre-; nw^iii    ������������������,������������������������������������ a..^^ - __,������������������i'_r. -i-i������������������'ii������������������  pared to undertake the engineer work  i#i  Churchill    memorandum,"  ,-says',,an;'^.'4^^p  Ottawa despatch,, "for., the 'informal "__5__-_������������������-f������������������  tion-^-iwhich-^it-^contains^absolutely^T^^^p  condemns   the    Liberal proposals; as ~''*^'lMip  impracticable, and at the same- time,' y^JJ||  adds still further to the strength" ofVV������������������^jSil  Premier,Borden's position.     The pic- / s'"*^^^  ture  which the1 Opposition  presented^  as the'Premier in-slow, distinct*'and1'.  even voice   concluded   the reading 'oi/i /5M^^,  the information rwas in striking con-' '  trast to that   of 'the Conservatives.' ^  The Liberals   were without a'leader,'  for Sir   Wilfrids. Laurier was not in ,.  r t  his seat, and the only ex-minister-on  ,  the iront benches was Hon.- Rodolphei-, ,      .-.-_*,  Lemieux who   sat    with his head on, ' ;!^*w������������������tSra  his hand, a melancholy figure to be  hold."  , .'i^s_^?l  ��������������������������� > Khv_g$  FOR    SALE  Team    of    general-purpose    horses, .  HOOlbs   each,    with    harness,    $200;  heavy team-harness,    new, $30; Deer-t  ing mower, 5-ft cut, $50; orchard .disc,  new,  $30;    lever   drag harrows,  $18;  light driving bobs, new, cost $35, sell  for $25; horse cultivator with all attachments, new,    $15;  one-horse garden plow, $5; 100-ft. f-in garden hose,  $10;    light   Studebaker ' wagon,n $20;  and numerous other horse implements  still unsold;    also   about 3000Ibs  of  turnips in   pit,    $10.     Buy now, the  spring is with us     Get ready.  Bernard   Rosoman,   Grindrod.B.C.  ;,V'tWI  . ' i_-'(-?i������������������9}|  > ,'���������������������������������������������������������������-JS|  r   i?   rrfx&X  -if   r v j|l  , "  _������������������V;***5&I  '.P.-.     ^   w.^1 *t-l.   I  XX-^rn  '* 'fl _*,irj'i  j*l��������������������������� ii\  _ -1 f i  - ^, ��������������������������� - v Thursday, March 13,1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  "^7??^,  Credit Bank System and Loans by  Government to Farmers Compared  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS In discussing   the question of G.ov-jbank and  keep   it    going.     Prospec-  .        ......    rirtm.  .       ernmcnc    loans    Lo   farmers,   W.  W. .tive members must be convinced that  i/^TtZi l������������������������������������&%?������������������n?- B������������������-a,,Son, in th. Oana.Ua,, Courier the li.MUa-thw.__���������������������������. ������������������-*  berta, the Yukon Territory, the brings out some points of interest nominal. Some there aie wao, in  Northwest Territories and a portion at this time In passing he says: 'addition to all these difficulties, do  of the province of British Columbia,, ,<Mr McArthur wants more farmers'not care to reveal their financial po-  71 yVrS\,\^T/n/ZTyn U- Parliament because thc rural pop-!S.tion to a committee of th.lr~.jh-  an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres ulation of Canada is almost double bors. And, finally, the undoubted  will be leased to one applicant. , the popiliation of   the cities.     He is , hostility of the big joint-stock banks  Application    for   a   lease must Je ��������������������������� ed tQ SCari[    the present reprc- j will   prove    a    serious    obstacle;   al-  Tht lgentthor ^A^t^PthTd*- sentatives: "Well-favored they look,! though the great banks have really  trict in which rights applied for are < an(_ alert and business-like." He, little to fear. The result of tne  situated. would change all this and inject new  Credit Bank system is to create new  In surveyed territory the land must !fl    .Qto    th(j   House    by  seeing1.business    among    people   who    have  ...Son's S seeCS.S'an������������������dr in'K- '. thither clear-head.,,, hr0ad-.honl-. hitherto .ad. no use ol hanldn, fa-  surveyed territory the tract applied dered, upstanding young men,' who, icilities at all. Where sucn names  for shall be staked out by the appli- presumably, must carry the distinct have been established it has been  cant himself.  Bach   application   must be aceon> :  panied by a fee   for $5 which will be ' the scent of fche open fields and -wood,  refunded if the rights applied for are ' A considerable   clamor    comes   from  viot available,  but" not  otherwise.   A' the rjram Growers   of    the   West to  | aroma of the   farm    with them and  found 'that they act as feeders to tbe  larger    business    of    the  established  banks.  "For the   reasons   I have"-given it  cannot be expected    that much relief  royalty   shall   be paid   M. ^."If'ii.e effect.       All    of    which'is futile ,  S?eUtof five������������������fenL P������������������er ton"6 land foolish.     With just as much jus- can  be extended    to the farmers,  at  The person operating the mine shall (tice should our engineers, firemen, | the present time, by the orgamza-  furnish the Agent with sworn returns | factol.y workers, ministers, teachers j tion of such institutions. But, ob-  accounting for   the   full quantity oi .^ ^^   ^    e several calling jviously, something should be done to  "eySayntthe!eeen0     STht "al mLin^ I demand  special    class  representation remedy existing   conditions.     It ap-  royalty   .u.i.wu.      j-i  ^"*< >���������������������������"-"-" __���������������������������_������������������__-_, - - ^  rights are   not   being operated,  such  to    secure   their    particular   'rights,  returns should    be furnished  at least , Organization along the line that Mr  once a year. JMcArthur   advocates  ,Tbe lease will include- the coal nun-  would    result  pears perfectly plain that the required help must come through Government loans  to  farmers,  somewhat  .me lease  win un-iuuc- _"_��������������������������� --,"_ ^">~ . _���������������������������j_���������������������������  u���������������������������  ing rights only, but the lessee may be  simply   in   hammering    a   wedge be-  permitted     to     purohase     whatever  tween the    East    and   West.     Party  available surfaGe rights may be con- . discipline,    party   practice and party .  sidered necessary  for th^ working of; are  fch.   salvation  of a dem. | cial aid is rendered to agriculturists  the mine at the rate oi ������������������10.uu an acie ..      _ . ���������������������������, ���������������������������    ,_,_  along the lines followed' iu Australia.  "All the Australian states have established  systems under  which  finan-  For full "information application i ocracy. The party makes for na-  should be made to the Secretary optional solidarity, for unity, for na-  the Department of the Interior, Ot- l^onal issues and national ideals, lt  tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands  means that we shall have statesmen  of vision  who  can    rise above paro-  UK-tllLl,]    .,_._Li_o-_-    *.*    ���������������������������-    ���������������������������,. ,  -N.B.��������������������������� Unauthorized    publication   ol  . W. W. GORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior,      chial jealousies    and   class interests,  -     ���������������������������        ��������������������������� _..i.ii_-i..-���������������������������    ~������������������  ^Q  ^ en(j  foal ^ne enkindling torch  of brotherhood and the dignity of nationhood  may crown -their labors as  a reward*      No  class -distinctions  or  j privileges,   but    justice for all, must  LAND   REGISTRY  ACT  Re. Lots 18 & 19, Block 8, Map 211A,  Oity of Enderby: ,  WHEREAS proof of loss of Certifi- be  the national  watchword  cate of Title No. 13383a .of the above.j "Tt yet rem"ins true that Sreater  named property, issued in the name ! attention must be paid to the posi-  of-"Andrew Amos.Faulkner, has been ,tion-of, the farmer in this country,  filed in this-office; j especially  with regard to  the c0ndi-  " NOTICE is hereby given that I: tions under which he can secure cre-  shall at'the expiration of one month  dit at the banks.       During the ,past  .from  the' date   of    first  publication  hereof- issue a duplicate of said Cer-  year I have made a special study "of  credit   conditions  in   the ' West;' and  ������������������i  PROVINCIAL   ELECTIONS   ACT  Notice is hereby given that 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 19th 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.  L. NORRIS,  Registrar of Voters for the Okanagan Electoral District  tificatc of Title    unless in the mean-|fr������������������m bankers,   business men and far  time valid objection    be made to mejmers have   obtained    facts that tend  ,.,.-nr,��������������������������� !to disclose a serious state of affairs.  in anting. I  Dated this lst day-of February,1913-Rates charged    to  farmers range all  C   I-I. DUNLAP, jthe  way from    eight    to   twelve per  District Registrar.'cent.; "and    of    course  loans  of  any     .  ; !r:nnsiflnrah1r������������������.    duration  cannot be  se-  , I cured at all; recourse must be had to  you ���������������������������   --���������������������������  have land  to sell  List it with me  panics.  "It has been widely advocated that  the farmers should be encouraged  to  form    co-operative     credit    societies  o  through   Dominion   legislation.    This  by the Government. The principle  upon which such aid is founded was  first applied in Germany in 1770,  when the Landschaften Bank was established. The founding of the  Credit Foncier nearly a century later  in France was a creation of similar  character. Over the operations of  this bank, created under Government  patronage and invested with such  special privilege as to virtually constitute it a monopoly, the Government exercised a direct" control by  appointing its governor and its two  deputy-governors. . The Credit Foncier'was empowered -to lend "money  only on a first mortgage, and. the  amount-of one-half of the estimated  value of houses and farms, arid one-  third that of vineyards, woods, and  other plantations, and the commission charged' could not exceed six-  tenths per cent. The system developed* "and- a'dopted- in Australia,  with the object of assisting farmers  to make improvements or to develop  or .utilize the agricultural or pastoral resources .of the land, is analogous. " Similar advances have been  made by the states that have passed  Closer Settlement Acts.  In 1908 the Commonwealth of Australia advanced under this system  the sum  of ������������������5,173,911;    in 1909,  ������������������6,-  Where Enderby's Municipal business is transacted *  !_--__.. ���������������������������  uni\jugii      i-<ujuimuii      iggjoiaviuiit .*- ** iu ���������������������������- _ -,_-.-.-������������������  method of combining the credit of all  138.052; _ in   1910, ������������������7,0G,,674;  in 1911,  for thc benefit   of each  has attained  wide    dimensions    in    Germany, Be,-  gium,    Austria,    France    ancl   Italy;  and is beginning to flourish in India. !  ^=1 n=En gl a n d=i ts=gr-o w-th=h as=-been=-es  ������������������8,073,072.  Sunday I gave a plugged nickle to  the    heathen.        Heathens   have   no  i place to spend  money anyhow.  My now booklet descriptive of the Mara District is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara,B.C.  If    YOU    Want   tO;tromely slov,. 1)Ht it has been stCady.  bliy land, See me, |In  190s    there    were    twenty    credit  banks affiliated to the Agricultural  Organization Society; at the present  time there are forty-two. The system has taken root in many states  of the Union, and also in our own  Province of Quebec.  _ "It is_ beyond the srqpe nf the present article to enter upon a description  ot the organization and working of  the Credit Bank;-that I must reserve  '������������������������������������������������������r'-i.-'VP for future stll(ly-     *ts characteristic  rXCANDICbCLN 1 features only may be sketched.   ' The  You  all  know    what    the   W LLLb- , ^.^  q[  ^    ^^  .^  q. th(,  0q.  BACK MANTLE did for lighting.    It , Uvo    Cmm   Dflnk  ,..  Umt  pcr.  increased   the    quantity    ^d fl"nllfcy ' Bonal chamcter sliall constitute a sc-  a,���������������������������l    reduced   the    cost.     Our��������������������������� lamps ^ ^  valuable as property.   The  burn coal    oil,    use    the mantle and j ^^ ^  .g ^  ,      1LaliS!alion o[  give GO and 80 c.p. white light      ^.-^^ ^   ^        ^.^  ^^  perior    to    the    electric   light     and*..      .    _    .    ..  cheaper.      Write for catalogue  BERNARD   ROSOMAN,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  tional ofTcct; it encourages responsibility and teaches the members of the  organization   the  value  of thrift  and  Aircnt for The    Mantle Lamp Co.  of; of the spirit of combination.  America,  Winnipeg.  FROM READING,   ENGLAND  A. J. Woodward  Sole A(?ent,  511 Granville Street, Vancouver  615 Fort Street    .     ..   Victoria  Oatalov;uu on Application  "Briefly put, many members combine to secure, by their united credit,  a fund, of capital to be loaned for  j long terms to such farmers and small  dealers as join the organization and  subscribe to one or more shares. But  little is to be expected by the farmer  of the West, at present, from such an  organization. New ideas everywhere  take root slowly. Moreover, the  population of the West is small and  scattered. A relatively numerous  population is essetial for the proper  functioning of such a bank. Some  active spirit is required to start the  We are agents for the House of  Hobberlin special-order clothing and  guarantee every suit at*) Ontario  prices.     Dili Bros.    The Pensive Pup thinks one could  chew all he bit oil if he didn't try to  talk about it at the same time.   ~   "    "    IMPORTANT  _ ���������������������������-   '  AUCTION SALE  OF   HORSES  Flavins: rrcivrd  instructions  Crnm   the   LAND  and AOKICULTUHAL COMPANY or CANADA  I will sull hy Public Auction at their  HONE FARM, north of Swan Lake, VERNON, B.C.  '* On Wednesday, March 19th, 1913  Sale will commence at 12:30 p.m.  u  .���������������������������. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� '  1 PcdiKrcod Poneheron Stallion, "IJERIVEAU'.  limp] J137 : 7373S. color dark Krcy, fooled March  loth  1007. bred hv M.Riant, France, and imported  in November, 1900, by P. Ln Guon, Alberta.  3 Pediureed Percheron Mares, G years old, in foal  to "Herivenu.  The above Percheron stock in the best in  the  Valley, and should attract buyers interested in  this breed.  15 Teams of Ilonvy GeldinKS and Mares weighing  from about 2800 to 3000. broken to harness, and  ransiiur in ages from 0 to 9 years.  20 .1-year-old GeldinRB. weight about M00, well  handled but not broken to harness.  16 head of youiifrer stock from heavy marce,  Bv courtesy of tho.C. P. Ry. the train will stop at  Ranch Bidimr. both ways, on day of Sale: and con-  vevancea will be on hand at Company s Vernon  office to meet arrival of boat special at Vernon to  take buyers from Lake points out to Companys  Home Farm. "   TERMS: One-third Cash: bal. aix months/approved lien notes at S per cent int.  T. J. TRAPP & CO., Auctioneers  Lunch will bo served  An  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt-edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  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��������������������������� v  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO  "tfl  Progressive Prqgramimfgr[1913 : x-y,  ,' 1.   ALL PUBLIC  WORKS   UNDERTAKEN TO" BE ; OF ' A, PERMAN- ��������������������������� "  ENT  AND  SUBSTANTIAL CHARACTER.    . "* ���������������������������'     '..' , '  ;  2. ALL   STREETS .AT-PRESENT IN USE    TO   BE- GRADED    UP,1  AND 'CENTRE COVERED WITH. RO,OK TO  A  WIDTH  SDFFTCIENT TO  ENABLE VEHICLES TO  PASS  EACH 40THER.       '.     ' ���������������������������"'".  3. EXTEND  CEMENT  SIDEWALKS'  TO    ALL'STREETS   .WHERE  WARRANTED   BY   TRAFFIC,    AND WHERE PROPERTY OWNERS ARE  -  PREPARED TO  PAY THEIR  SHARE BY WAY OF FRONTAGE TAX.   '  4. ARRANGE Fo'r A REGULAR SYSTEM OF STREET CLEANING,  WHEREBY STREETS WILL BE KEPT CLEAR OF    RUBBISH,' WEEDS  AND  GRASS  KEPT DOWN IN  SUMMER,   SNOW PLOW  SENT AROUND.  IN WINTER IMMEDIATELY AFTER EVERY    SNOW    FALL TO "CLEAR"     .  ALL SIDEWALKS,  AND ALL CROSSINGS    KEPT   CLEAR OF. MUD IN  SPRING AND  FALL.  5. PROVIDE  Ar  DUMPING  GROUND AND    ARRANGE A REGULAR -  SYSTEM OF  SCAVENGING. a     . " '  . V.   .  6.-' MAKE SUCH REASONABLE ARRANGEMENTS    AS TO  REMUNERATION'FOR   SERVICES   RENDERED" AND '" FOR " DAMAGE      TO  CLOTHES IN CASE OF FIRE,  ETC.,  AS    WILL    ENABLE    THE  CITY  TO    RETAIN   THE  SERVICES OF AN INTERESTED AND EFFICIENT .  VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. '  7.   ARRANGE  MEANS   WHEREBY FIRE-BELL AT CITY HALL CAN  BE RUNG IF  NECESSARY FROM   TELEPHONE      COMPANY'S      CEN-  TRAL OFFICE,"THUS PROVIDING A    FIRST-CLASS     FIRE      'jKCKKMl  SYSTEM  AT BUT  LITTLE  COST.  S. IMPROVE STREET LIGHTING SYSTEM,'INSTALLING A BETTER GRADE OF LAMPS, AND, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE OKA-  NAGN SAW MILLS COMPANY, ARRANGE TO HAVE SAME PLACED  ON A CIRCUIT INDEPENDENT OF THE HOUSE SERVICE SO THAT  STREET LIGHTS WILL NOT BE BURNING IN THE DAY TIME, AS  AT PRESENT.  9. ACQUIRE  LAND   SUITABLE IN   CHARACTER  - AND  LOCATION,  "AND-LAY ITOUT-IN  AN  UP-TO-DATE-  AND'- -BECOMING-MANNER../  FOR A   CEMETERY.  10. COMPLETE CITY HALL AND GROUNDS, AND MAINTAIN  SAME IN GOOD ORDER.  11. INVESTIGATE  QUESTION OF   PROVIDING- TOWN     WITH   A  SEWERAGE SYSTEM, OBTAINING ALL NECESSARY DATA  AND  EXPERT  ADVICE,   WITH   PLANS,   SPECIFICATIONS    AND  ESTIMATES,  SO AS TO BE IN A POSITION TO BEGIN      CONSTRUCTION       WORK  EARLY  IN  THE   SUCCEEDING   YEAR.  12. AS REQUIRED BY LAW, OBTAIN THE SERVICES OF A  MEDICAL  HEALTH  OFFICER  FOR THE CITY. &���������������������������  THE ENDERBY PRESS AMD WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 13,1918  PROFESSIONAL  ���������������������������^NDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, $20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illneBS, $2.50 per day.  ENDEHJi Y, li. C.  W  ALTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUI1I.IC  CONVEYANCER  Agreements of Sale.   Deeds & Mortfrntt.a.  Documents Witnessed.   Loans Negotiated  Office: Room 2. Bell Block, Enderby, B. C.  Q   L. WILLIAMS.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block      Enderby, B.C.  Promise of a School for the Indians  on Reserve Has not Materialized  ' There arc   105,000   Indians in Can-1 ordered it off the    reserve  ada and 300,000 in the United States.  The  man  who   knows    the Canadian  Indian as he is   found in the East��������������������������� not from    personal   knowledge.  Government   reserves���������������������������does  We give  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Oflice hours:   Forenoon.  9 to 10:30  Afternoon. 3 to A  Evening, 0:30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment  on    Uovcrnment    reserves���������������������������does    not  know him  as we of    the West know  him.     But,  you say,    the same law  , is in force in the East as in the West  ' governing the Indians.     Which is no  I doubt true.     But   in    the   East the  law is enforced;    in   the West its en-  I forcement is a   farce.       In the East  ' some consideration   is shown the Indians; in  the West    no consideration  is shown   them.     ��������������������������� In the East they  | are provided with schools with" competent teachers.      In   the West they  are pushed    off   upon    thousands  of  cares of land that is valueless -to them  and there they are allowed to rot in  spond most    readily    to every effort  put forth   in    their   interest.      Here  we give them nothing���������������������������absolutely nothing���������������������������but   the   basest   of the white-  man's vices in exchange for their sav-  this    statement    publicity     on     the' age    virtues.       Across    the   border,  strength  of  what   the   Indians  say, 'where the Indian population is nearly  not from    personal   knowledge.     No .three.times that of Canada, the vast  doubt the priest will deny the state- \ unused areas reserved for the Indians .    . __.._���������������������������_     __     ,    ���������������������������w���������������������������  ment. Personally, we believe the' are opened to white settlement, and and market conditions, afford but  statement is true. It rests with the the proceeds from the sale of these little indication of what would have  Indian Department to set the Indians lands are turned over to the Indians.   Ua"     ���������������������������������������������oo.v.i.������������������    ���������������������������������������������j���������������������������     _,_..,,...,  sired results. Many orchards have  been planted, some years ago, and  are bearing a splendid quality of  fruit. But the care���������������������������or, perhaps we  should say, the lack of care���������������������������exercised in their cultivation, together  with the promiscuous varieties of the  trees, purchased and planted without  proper    knowledge    of   soil,   climate  Office: Cor. ClifT and George Sts. ENDERBV ,  MUSIC  ignorance and vice with no schools  and no elevating influence. True,  they have a mission   church presided : tribe;,are said   to    number net more  right in the matter  What a farce our Indian laws are  or rather, how farcically they are en  forced,  if    at   all !.      Some twenty  been    possible    under    more  skillful  management.      The selection of pro-  D W. CHAPMAN���������������������������,  "*���������������������������  ��������������������������� P. 6. Box 139, Enderby.  Visits or receives pupils for Piano, Organ, Violin, | nnnr  Sinringr and Theory of Music, Etc. 'l  Courses for'the Canadian  or British Academy  Examinations  M  GRADUATE NURSE.  ISS F. PANKHURST ,  over by a priest' who-visits them at  periods to suit his own convenience.  About'the only good the church does  jthem .is to kcep them scarified and  It neither attends to their  moral ,or spiritual wallbeing nor  aids them physically. They pay  dearly for every    blessed    thin? the  \  They    reserve   enough   land    for the] _ . ...  __  tribe and with the proceeds from the ��������������������������� Per varieties in   due proportion, the  land sold the Indians are thoroughly j preparation of the soil, the husband-  ll, ,  .-    ������������������__   ____ ..      __u__._   _������������������___.,- equipped with   the    best implements  inS of the trees    after planting,  the  five or thirty years ago, the Govern- and live stock on the market. The. picking, packing and marketing, are  ment reserved thirty thousand acres ' Indians are raised from that sloven ,a^ features of the industry requiring  of the most valuable land in the Ok- state that breeds disease and crime, ' more attention and learning before  anagan for this band of Indians, j to independent, responsible beings. . we Can say the industry is on a per-  It is said the Okanagan band then' And they are permitted to have a j manent, profitable basis. Our fruit  numbered some" fifteen hundred. To-j dollar in their pockets without the j growers have produced any number  day the remnant    remaining is made j deft finger of God's gymnotus extrac-]0* varieties of apples, (and this holds  -���������������������������   ���������������������������-'-���������������������������--   '������������������������������������������������������  "���������������������������-���������������������������- '- ���������������������������"���������������������������   ���������������������������  --      - good with regard   to other fruits as-  well), but   not   enough of any single"  variety to command a market." They ,  are in the condition of a fruit grow-  >- . c      . ?F in   Washington;   who, at a recent:  Opportunities to Pettier* fruitgrowers'   convention,   made this  ���������������������������_     ' I statement:      "I   have - eighty    acres'  But, listen: No   man need come to  planted to apples.   I first planted 15  Enderby expecting to get something j varieties.     I found some of these va-  Nor   should he allow, rieties to    be    more   profitable than  up largely of tramp Indians and half ting it therefrom with tales about a  breeds who    claim > rights on the re- .lurid hell to come.    "-  serve.   / Decendants    of the original *���������������������������' .   Enderby Offers Great  GRADUATE NURSE" , .  -" Enderby, B. C.  Phone, 331 -    *  P. O. Box,524  POLITICAL  \  T^NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ���������������������������lj   \   ASSOCIATION  J. L. ruttan,     a. f. crossman  .President...,        _ Secretary/..;  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OF. ENGLAND.(St.George)  -   Sunday- Services-J-8 a.m., Holy ComT  >munion;   11a a.m.,-',Morning Prayer;-'  -7:30 ,p.m.f>Evening_Prayer.v '.,..,.-' v  ,": .REV. MT.F.'HILTON, Vicar; .  than fifty.       Thei   balance���������������������������probably  100���������������������������are    interlopers.       This handful  of Indians    hold    30,000 acres of the  choicest Okanagan  land���������������������������and   do riot  till, at the   .outside,    more than 100  acres.     They do not know how, and for nothing. .       .   , - -    ^ ,  have not the money to do so if thevhimsel. to believe for a moment that others, and gradually I have^worked'  did know how.'   .The Government no!?ruits' and flower,s'  grains and vege- it down until   I now have only" two"  tables, field roots and grasses will varieties on these eighty acres, and  grow and produce a' harvest' mid I believe now that I have still one  stumps and thistles ,while, he sleeps,  variety too many." -   -  We want men    in   this district.   We ; ,This is   the   condltion of the fruit ,-  want them badly.     And there is not  growers   of    the n Enderby   district."  a,district on God's green earth that Each "isX-growing his favorite variety  promises more'   in /return for. labor ��������������������������� or varieties. - All are doing well, but  and intelligent; care. ' ^. But we-want/some better "than   others.--ThV-greatL  men who   know,   how   to work,  are, need of all is to concentrate uponW, ���������������������������     , , -  willing to   work    and; are-physically |0r two > varieties   of _" winter apples.; '"' 7-iy^fl  able'to work.     It doesn't much mat- j.Wlien' they f do    so   the 'district'will  ter what a man tackles, if he is capr; then 'rbe' able ' to produce' apples inNa  able of doing the work_he-undertakes sufficient'quantity   to    command    a  and   has the -"; stamina   to .see' it  market. "It is easier to, sell apples'*  .through.' Such men, will win  ���������������������������" v=>v  ii"\-.���������������������������������������������.'  through.- Such men,,will win.    ���������������������������-   y\  or" any other'product -of .the' farm/iiir -XV^ \7//m  - Every ' able-bodied   person kwho, is carload "lots    than'   by. the basketfif "J" ;?iif^9  looking, .for- work-'can'find'-"it, here.'! 6r the box..'   '��������������������������� :-       '���������������������������'- --  "'' -'-"'. -V 'x'X:X~%lM\  n..������������������.    M.J1I- .1     1 i _"  i       - ������������������-. -     . -      --,        ,-    -" r-       * -."rr .-���������������������������'v*-r. =*������������������_/���������������������������  - Excellent_fishing may; be enjoyed, in-the.rivers and-lakes near Enderby. ���������������������������  .jOur mills and lumber camps, our.de:  j yeloping   ' ranches;' / and- '/.producing  j farms,.. all."require_; .men"*, to "work"in  =^" ^em and on them, y "Arid ".wages are  ' "    good. --,The'/district-'.'."has -/net/{yet"  "found "itself.' 'y' It - - is ^groping. - The  ��������������������������� ; ; ��������������������������� - - .priest���������������������������hands/'; them���������������������������blessings,'beads, :doubtj -has _, acted    in. good faithi���������������������������so-  .ENDERBY'METHODIST CHURCH'   buncoe /arid^T blufi4and.,all'"the while  far, as the^ priest Will allow.; The .In-1 fruit' "grow,in*g-;"indus"try: h'as^jus't-'out-  :-.".Sunday Services^-Divine Worship at live k livmg   "death   in    superstition' dians have,been  under/the'direct'".in- ������������������roW__< the 'expeririientaf "staee^/" "  11/a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  and fear,    and   "when   they: die they fluence'and'"'guidance'' of   the priest'; isome" respects   it   is- even now onlv  ^Bpworth'rLeagui;   Thursday," 8 p.m.,  escape hell���������������������������if    they pay for it.     In thc-Indian Agent ���������������������������" is only'"n6mirially/eme^_jnc.,     -In- many   respects ��������������������������� our  -Prayer;Meeting.,^A cordial invitation  the East,  the Indians" are taught to'in charge,    "if "it    will do any good fruit 'gr^wers are-just famine   "f-We  to everyone .to worship with us".  , farm their-lands by men paid by the  we will agree that the priest hasal-  ..I.h,.���������������������������' \a   nni.hi��������������������������� ' iu \     '    ,-���������������������������  -.;^ K1-.V.-J..G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor.  Government, and they are taught-to .ways acted    in    accordance, with his grown' jn" a ' northern" "clim"te''th'"t  ' PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH    '    'ent6ur the c'ommerciar'field  on a level faith for the best interests of the In- cannot -be gi.0Wn here.   ,,We know we  St. Andrews   ' "C . ^   white -breth���������������������������rn-   .-In the dians"     He   has - been in iharge for can   excel"in    appies_winter apples;  .   Sunday'  Services-11 -a.m.  and 7:30 WeBt- ^   .areu .te������������������S.ht "othing-not  at least aquarter of a century.     It.But only T^entlj has anything.much  'p.m.; -Y.P.S.c:e., Monday, '7:30 p.m   fV6n'fto kefP th6ir    ^odle^ clean>nd  recllllres no argument toTprovc what been skid.or done    in'-the matter of  -     REV. D.  CAMPBELL, Pastor.  *"* from-tllsease- .        -   '      ,    -   .the.results have-.been. ,   The system fruit raising on a' "commercial basis.   . = : ; ��������������������������� These   statements    may  -sound ex-   1S the Vllest that Could ^ conceived.  And this is the more: surprising "when  FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH      '   treme and exaggerated,' but .they are' The    Indlan   " we . is a damnable  we "see-the    excellent, quality of .the  Sunday.   .Services-Sunday   school, not-either    extreme   or exaggerated."111-11^   ^There-   the     semi'civilized fruit raised here. - The truth is.^the  ,10a.rii.;. regular   service, 3:30 p.m.; -We of Enderby have lived .next door  creatures are confined, to swelter and fruit growing    industry here" "began  Prayer, service, Wednesday,-7:30 p.m.' to an Indian reserve for many years.  stew,in the   ignorance    and .filth of _wrong<-   it   has    practically-liad- to.  .REV. B. G.  STEWART. Pastor.   Whkt +h������������������ writpp'hoa qM-, ������������������r ti,na��������������������������� i-.   their *lperstitions,    a  prey to every  he recreated   in    -..vUr ��������������������������������������������� ^*'i^ ^  REV. B. G. STEWART. Pastor.  Whkt the writer "has seen of these In  There is-a -tendency : here ,to:go 7t'7ZSMii^  more into"; mixed";farming, ha^arid.^/--'-__t>;?f^  &rail?/ dairying;'���������������������������''poultry?-" field/crops'Jl'^f^ffS  and/>ure:^red/.stock.;^Clitnat^  editions are/the .best; for the profitablKSMj^S  carrying '-.out ,of :j any^ one ;of/.these^r^^M  branches .| of c:'the^ farmihgpinflv^r^'^^^j^  The ^xperienced/mari-is -the succe&sfiiiC'P^f^lS  one" in- all branches; ofHhisf.workr^V/' /^^r.SS^g^t  "_. Investors,) honieseekers - and;-settlers/3''7i7Xz7777S,  will ~find-,here, opportunities that 'are '777iiX^&A  safe, sound/"and .-unexcelled, and. of/'^ '������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-*^r  theJground-floor type'.." The district*  is developing on a. substantial basis."-  We, have endeavored [ .to picture's in /  words the nature.of:the -'development/;  of the past few -years. - Without anyf  attempt to over-draw the picture,'.we.,^  have'painted-it to show in a simple-  way some' of the -'possibilities of, the ._.,  future for- the. man-who-desire's "to."  get in on the "ground floor and -make������������������"-  his presence^ felt   where the building-;  _ ���������������������������$&������������������$[  :��������������������������� J}7il������������������y,\\  . j-_ ., .. . r+^-J_; " I  _t; *_':���������������������������*_?���������������������������*: "** I  ���������������������������,- ���������������������������- /Zy/fS:-  i" V.i-//  '..."_r.*0S5i_-.|  -^yiyyjxl  ir   fA...^{.  v'i/zv-'i-tf,  -,-,������������������-s- j'y?i  L'--."���������������������������?  dians. and heard   from'them, tells ,of ^reed-inspired     ghost    dancer     who  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH cbnditions    that    are   a disgrace  to chooses'to, play" uP������������������n their imapina-  n'      '-.       ���������������������������" . "���������������������������    1 what we-call onr   Canadian civiliza- "on-     No   friendly   teacher is given  Daily trains both *ays from S������������������ca- tion>    We have wriUen b���������������������������fore on this,^em, no moral   uplift offered them, _  mous Junction to Okanagan Landfa^Bub1ect._and_WH_w<n given  .that might change;  Q"*K North  again    until    the    Government takes darkneSB' i^o light.      All thcy get-!  bound  some step to   give   ^hese crea_ absolutely all-is the hurried visit of  "~A "~   - ' an agent or a priest now and then, l  a pre>  to - every be recreated . in   order to obtain de-' of the community is yet to be. done.  - Z$������������������:  rr. -'ipji I  s'���������������������������^-f:  "South  bound        /   STATIONS  read down' read un  .���������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������     X~ 1   ,  -������������������ ������������������, ,-r   Ji ,,. tures a square deal.  10.05 (Lv)   Sicamous  Jet   (Ar)  18.00. jthe one drawing a   salary   from the  10.46 Mara 17.1 I   Two years ago,    or thereabouts, a  Government   to   make   the trip, the  11.00 Grindrod 1G.59  Commission    consisting    of    Messrs.   other drawing the dollars out of the  11.14 ' Enderby , 16.44 JJa���������������������������sden   an'3    McDougall,    came to  Indians.       They   have   no    resident  11.40 Armstrong  11.58 Larkin  12.25- -Vernon  12.45 (Ar)     Ok.'Landing     (Lv) 15.15 ,andhe told us   th������������������n.   that, while he  did they  H. W. BRODIE JNO.BURNHAM 'Was  not in    a   position to  say any-'cast in I  BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver'  Agent  Enderby  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  _.-..__ -l       l ~..~.*ll..l,. ������������������"v     liuvc     no     rcaiut'iii  16.15 ^ncIerby .to investigate Indian af- friend, no agricultural expert to as  15.55 fairs- At that time we had the sist them, no bulletins from thc gov-  15.30._pleasi,re_ of .meeting:^Mr. -McDougall,-ernmen"t- farmsand-none able to^read  come.       Outlawed and off-  L    A -       -       the land of their birth, with  thing about    what   his report would  include, and, of course, could not say  what action the Government would  take when his report was handed in,  he was prepared . to promise one  thing, and that even before his report was written, and that was that  the Indians .w.ould have a school on  the reserve. '  Trade Marks    Designs  ^<  r������������������wni^     Copyrights Ac  Anyone tending ��������������������������� iketeb and description m������������������y  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether au  Invention la probnbly patentable. Conimtinlrn.  tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent*  sent free. Oldest Hgency for aecuriug patents.  Patonts taken th rough Munn St Co. receive  special notice, without charge, In the  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms for  Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all uevTBdealen.  MUNN8Co.361Bro������������������^NewYorR  Branch Oflice, 625 F BU Washington. D. C.  That was two years ago. The  promise was made to the Indians as  well as to the Press. The school  has not materialized. The Indians  have not been benefitted one iota as  the result of that investigation. They  are still crying for recognition���������������������������some  help. We do not know what the  Ramsden-McDougall report recommended. We do not know it recommended that a school be established.  The Indians    say    they were to have   had a   school.       They say the com-  The average grass    widow is never ^lete   furniture   for    a school   house  too green to make hay while the sun was   laid down upon the reserve, and  ���������������������������and moon���������������������������shines.  too often their first glimpse of the  white ' man's civilization gained  through the iron bars of the white  man's prison cell.  Within half a mile of these Indians  are four churches   where services arc  held each Sabbath morning and evening, and   appeals   arc made to congregations that would barely fill one  for funds to send to missionary lands  and yet not one   of these protestant  ministers would  be allowed  to enter  upon  this reserve  to  hold  a service  or to open   a school   for the young.  Why ?  Because the Indian  reserve is  closed to schools, learning, and every  elevating influence.     The system is a  disgrace to our   boasted civilization.  To say that   these conditions cannot be changed   is the answer of ignorance.       In    the   United     States,  where in the past twenty years they  have   adopted    a    more   enlightened  policy in dealing with their Indians,  Make  up a list  of what  \ou want and  let us figure on it with you.  If we cannot beat anyone in this section for price-quality  being equal-we will give you the goods for nothing.  We Have everything you need-of the right  quality-at the right price.  Come in today.  OUR   BUSINESS   IS RUN   ON A STRICTLY   CASH   BASIS  when the .-priest   came and saw it he 'they have found that the Redmen re  Fu iion Hardware feli  PLUMBING.HEATINGJINSMITHING Thursday, March IS, 1913  THE ENDERBY, PRESS ANU WALKER'S WEEKLY  ! Phenomenal Success of Forest  i     Policy Adopted by Hon. Mr. Ross  Your enjoyment of a phonograph depends not only on the  number of selections. It depends on the quality of each. The  Edison Blue Amberol Record  was invented on the quality idea.    It produces the most clean  cut, lifelike and beautiful tone you ever heard.  It will never wear out and indifferent handling  of it or dropping it on the floor won't break it. - It  is constant in its ability to please.  Your Edison dealer will be glad to play Blue  .��������������������������� Amberol Records for you.  Thoma. A. Edi.on. Inc.,  100 Lakeiide Are., Oran������������������o, N. J.. U. S. A.  A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  I    That the new    policy of protecting  jand administering the Provincial for-  jest asset,  under espert and practical  i business    methods,    is vastly to the  | advantage of    British   Columbia and  | to the credit of the responsible minister, Hon. Mr.   Ross, is attested by  figures more eloquent and convincing  than words,    constituting the statis.  tical    record    of timber  revenues for  January    and   February.     ..These in  the ordinary recapitulation of license  fees,  transfer charges, penalties, rentals,    etc.,    amount,     for    the   two  months   just    closed,  to upwards  of  half a million dollars-$500,805.03, to  be exact.     There    is to be added to  this    handsme   'total,   however,    t-he  proceeds of the sales by tender of odd  remuants or isolated small stands of  timber which  took place on the 24th  of February,    and   which more than  redeemed  even    the    most  optimistic  hopes concerning them.  Approximately ������������������130,965.43 is the  immediate contribution to the general provincial revenue through the  sale oi these odds and ends of timber  (a considerable waste of it fire-killed  and destined to be a total loss unless immediately cut and utilized) be;  sides which royalty is to -be paid on  every tree and pole cut,  thus event  Leaving the matter of special sales  for later consideration, the general  timber branch revenues of the province for January and February are  found to reach the record total of  5500.S05.03.  The special sales of February, the  conspicuous success of which from  every .viewpoint have been referred to  are the first opportunity of purchase  of timber from the Crown since the  reservation was declared on. all  Crown lands by the order-in-ccjuncil  of December 24, 1907, which debarred  invasion of new timber territory by  virtually all save hand loggers. The  sales, which were made on February  24th, are thoroughly appreciated by  the loggers and lumbermen as they  have plants established, where timber  otherwise would be worse than wasted inasmuch as. it would, if left  standing, augment the fire hazard.  FOR  SAI.E  2,000  Hardy Perennials  AND  50 Climbing Roses  ALSO A  Few Red and Black Cnrrant Bushes  Would be glad if old customers would let  me know their plans early, as I.may not  have time to do many places this year.  Let me do your pruning now before the*  spring rush.  WOULDN'T BE  SIDETRACKED  When the Great Northern railway  was- built to Mansfield from Wenat-  chie, Wash., the railway company determined net to connect Waterville,  owing to tbe fact, as the railway  otl-cials%stated, that it meant an im-  _.,__.        _._ - ,r possible    grade.'     Mansfield ��������������������������� was.   a  ually bringing to the treasury a *ur"; railway company town, "or was to be  ther sum the magnitude of which . made such_ From Wa'terville to,  may be broadly appreciated when it *Maridfield jS a distance of-five miles,  is remembered that the present roy- or thereabouts. Waterville is one of  alty is at the rate of 50 cents per the oldest towns in the Big Bend  | thousand and the tracts disposed of country. It is a great wheat grow-  51 are roughly cruised as containing :in? sect_0n. It ,also% produces im-  S9,004,000  feet of timber,  in addition ;mense crops or- spuds and fr.uit of all  Lt   .  _ -_- -11 _* . - ��������������������������� . .    -        . , 1 .        _   ���������������������������    -1     _  Eops from bred-to-lay Barred Rocks  $1,25 per 13  J; GARDNER, Box 48, ENDERBY, B.C.  CITY OF ENDERB"?  THE   ALWAYS  ONIFORM FLOU  to poles,    railway    ties,   etc., all of  which .bear tribute.  kinis. To be sidetracked by'.the  railway meant "lights out" for Wa-  Aside from the monetary phase of terville by the _ moving of the-busi-  the question, too, the newly inaugurated competitive scale policy is pe  culiarly advantageous to the country  inasmuch    as  -purchases  .are   in all  cases   made -conditional upon. imriie-  Maintains its HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY." Each;  Sack contains "flour that will act like the last sack, and *  alwavs give vou GOOD results in BREAD baking.   We  exercise no end of CARE in CLEANING aud WASHING  wheat, and 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.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited  ness to Mansfield. The people over  there'haven't a liberal-hearted government to appeal, to and to blame  for. adverse conditions. - And so,  when, the people " of Waterville ccyild  ' NOTICE is hereby given that the  first sitting of the Annual Court of  Revision of the Municipality of the  City of Enderby for the year 1913,  will be held at the City Hall, Enderby, on Friday,, the 14th day of  March, 1913, at' 7:30 p. m.,'for the  purpose of hearing and determining  complaints against the 'assessment  as made by the- Assessor, and revis:  ing  and    correcting    the  assessment  roll.  Any person complaining usrninst  the assessment must give m-tico in  writing to - the Assessor of the  ground of his complaint .at least, ten  days before the date of the said  first sitting of the "Court of Ravi..ion.  Dated at the    City Hall, Ende:by,-  this 13th dav of February, 1913/    ;   -���������������������������  GRAHAM RO SOMAN,--  :'������������������������������������������������������*=        "'��������������������������� ' City Clerk.  diate cuttine, so that "in the" event of not-get-the railway .company-to-do  the lands'of" anv of the-'tracts being anything for them,-, they got to-  suitable for agricultural utilization, |gether and worked out their own sal-  thev will be available for the pre-ivation-iust'as we all have to at  emntion as soon as logged off..-And lone time or another in life- .Tney  pre-emptors are    certain to  come to ��������������������������� organized  a    company, capitalized at  British  Columbia in industrious bat  talions now that "irea lands for set  $80,000,    employed     experienced    engineers and   -built a  connecting rail-  slers"   has  been    adopted'as apolicyjroad from Waterville to Mansfield   a  in this branch of . the Lands Depart j sbort five miles, and by the time the  ; " i Great" Northern   was   prepared to do  ment. <  Yet still another accruing benefit is ! business with Mansfield the people ot  found-in minimization of the general j Waterville were 0n the spot with a  forest fire risk bv the expeditious re-j broad-gauge road, fully equipped to  raoval    of   timber   which'   otherwise  handle! the business in and out of the  .would  in  numerous   cases  constitute  lan unavoidable and very serious menace.      As to   the    advantages in en-,  abling loggers    in the interested sec-  191  3  Waterville    section   of the Big Bend.  It is the shortest independent railway in the United States. '  It is less  than five miles long.     But it is long  Gives promise of being the most prosperous year in   i^e-history���������������������������of   7  ENDERBY  By purchasing Real Estate in this district you are assured of a  sound investment and value for your mone.v.  We have a number of A 1 propositions.  Write for particulars, it is no trouble to answer questions.  H. W. Harvey  Real Estate Broker.  Agent  Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Office Block, Enderby  tions  to    complete   their  operations j enough to    have    saved    Waterville,  thoroughly and without waste of the  and today it is a    prosperous centre  odd bits of inferior timber bordering  their respective holdings,  augmenting  the  general    provincial    output,   and  ^gi ving-=prT3St-aijle===emplo_^menk===-fco=  many good men in the woods, these  are too self-evident public benefits  to call for comment. They may be  classed as by-products of the transaction.  -   OITYOOF '��������������������������� VERNON - .-.  "_ ���������������������������.'  Scavenging Contract-. ' - '. ���������������������������  TENDERS,     marked   ."Scavenging  Contract"  will';"-be    received    by thef.  undersigned up to 5 p.m., 15th March  1913; for   the    clearing  of night soil  boxes and "collection    of".garbage in  the City of Vernon,    for six months,  from 1st April,    and also for twelve  months from the,same date.     "      -    .  .  Particulars, may be had at the City  Office.   Lowest'   or, ,any   tender not  necessarily accepted.  D. G. TATE, City Clerk. " -  of a fertile section, while Mansfield  is no larger than it was when the  railway came . And, what is better  .stillT=������������������the===Waten-iUe---_r-ulwaj_=_paj:a___  The annual report shows that the  road earned $13,511 last year, allowing the directors to declare a dividend .of 4 per cent, after allowing for  all other expenditures.  JAMES  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE  AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit  Land Hay Land  Town Lots  OWAT  The Liverpool & London __ Globe Jus. Co.  The I'ho.mx Insurance Co. of London.  L m i ji-Lincn.iird Fire In-, lr.uice Co.  K������������������yal In.<ursinceCo.,of Liverpool (Lifo dept  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co.. of Canada.  BKLL BLOCK.   KNDERBY  of every description executed  neatly and cheap, and with  despatch, at the Walker Press  OF   CANADA  Paid-up Capital. Reserve Fund ������������������8.375,000  and Undivided Prollls (0\cr) W"'^"  Total Assets (Over)    $69,000,000  Distance is No Barrier  against carrying on your banking  easily and conveniently. Just  mail us your grain cheques, money  orders or cash for deposit, your  notes or bills for collection, or  your cheques to be cashed, with  your passbook, and we can handle  your account as satisfactorily as  if you were present for each  transaction.  Banking by Mail is a great  saver of time and travel. Ask  our Manager about it.  Enderby Branch/   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  Every act of kindness brings with  it some mirage of the ruling passion  in all men.  ant  We-arc-sli  Easter  Card  Call   And   Se:  Them  dyola:  If, the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, .nd REST HOME  DVi:. one can buy-Why you don't even have to  know whal "KIND of 'Cloth" your Goods-arc' madc-  of.--So Mistake- are Impossible.  Send for Free Color Card, Story  Booklet, and  Booklet Bivinc results of Dycins ov.r other colors.  Thc JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO.. Limited,  Montreal, Canada.  Also a fine line of  CHOCOLATES  For Easter  Gifts.  You  could   not give  anything  that  would be more apprecitted.  OOOOOOC-O CK>*>>C<*-O<>0-0<K_<K>0  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ClifT St. Enderby  ���������������������������FREE  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Tne most accurate, reliable anil only Market Import  ana Price List of its kind published.  "JUljr ������������������hubrrt fclityprr"  Mailed FREE  to t'ho_e interested in  Ravr Furs  SEND US YOUR NAME ON A POSTAL-TODAY  It*s not a Trapper's Guide, but a publication issued  every two weeks, which gives you reports of what Is  doing in all the Markets of tbe World in American  Raw Furs. This Information Is worth hundreds of  dollars to you. _���������������������������__  Write for It-NOW-TT'S FREE  A.  B. SHUBERT  The Largest House in ihe World dealing exclusively in  American Raw Furs  25-27 V������������������. Michigan St.. Dept. 135CHICAG0, ILL, U.S.*.  The smart   man    doesn't say what  he thinks.     He says what you think.  We have suited 28 customers with  Spring suits, which is proof that we  can suit you.   Dill Bros. itr-  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 13,1913  SEEDS  Our stock is now complete for  Spring Trade in Timothy, clovers, Alfalfa, and all field seeds.  Also a full line of vegetable  seeds from the best growers;  also flower seeds in profusion.  We also carry a special line in  Spray Pumps, in barrel and  hand sizes, and our prices are  right. Also Implements of all  kinds. Bee Supplies -are our  specialty. Look through our  catalogue: free for the as/filig.,  IHE HENSY NIIIESEKr& SEED HOUSE  A. R. MACDOUGALL  3011 WestminsterRd,VanGouver,BX-  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  . Good Rigs; ��������������������������� Careful-Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising:. SI an inoh per month.  Legal Notices:   12c a line first insertion  each subsequent insertion.  Readinsr Notices and Locals: 15c a lin*.  Sc a line  o  MARCH 13,    1913  LOOKING    BACKWARD  <���������������������������  <>  o  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in  vited to give-us a trial.  ������������������> <S*'������������������'M**$>-M*<������������������xS*^^  1 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.  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  *Enderby Lodgre No. - 40  Kegrular meetings fimt  Thursday on or after tb������������������  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oc&p  fellows Hall. Visritrr*  brethren-cordially invited.  H. E. BLANCHARD  W. M.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  o  ^___"3/  Eureka Lodge, No. 60  M.ets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always   welcome. GEO. BELLAMY,   N. G.  v                     HOWARD LOGAN. V. G.  R. E. WHEELER, Sec'y,  J. B. GAYLORD, Treas.  ~^~~      " ENDERBY" LODGE  No. 85, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  JOHN BURNHAM. C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  T. B. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dancea and all public  entertainments.    For rate*, etc., address,  T. E. RODIE. Enderby  WIRE FENCING  B. F. SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts taken for erection.   Orders  for spring work now being booked.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  Come in and look over our new  Spring suit samples. If you don't  want a suit, have a cigar on us anyway.     Dill Bros.  Zeal is the way we would do it if  we had the other fellow's job.  Five years ago the 5th of this  month the first issue of this paper  appeared. Three years and a half  previous to that date we established  the first newspaper in Enderby. We  will be pardoned therefore, if we go  back to that earlier date and briefly  picture Enderby as it was then.  In those days "Webb" Wright had  the Enderby Hotel. It was then  about one-half its present size. On  the corner of Cliff street and Vernon  road, where the handsome block of  the Bank of Montreal now stands,  there was a big, old barn built of  logs, with a toe-path leading to the  building in which the Enderby Press  was first established, and the properties west to George street. The opposite side of the street was given  over to three buildings of a type  of .the village merchant of by-gone  days. These were used, one by the  Enderby Trading Company, another  by Wm. Hancock as a harness shop,  and -in another Alf Todd snickered  the whiskers off the weary. Beyond  this westward, there was only the  residence of N. -H. Kenny. \ After  this there were many changes even  before the fire god cleaned up the  shacks. George*' Sharped little butcher shop was' the 'only building on  Maud street. His new shop and the  King Edward hotel have since been  erected.- '    '/  Today Cliff and Maud streets are  graded .^and macadamized with v^ide  cement sidewalks on either side, and  the frame buildings^; have -.given_way  to" modern- business' blocks/o'f brick  and-stone_ -- In-the old days;the.merchants".- "and-, clerks .'used -- to -pitch  quoits in front; of their stores", to "decide which of .them "would wait upon  the.customers in the store".' -Today,  all'this is changed."-' .One-would-have  to look far and .wide for better lines  of goods than are carried by, the  Enderby stores, and prompter and  better service could not -be asked for.  Then, a. mixed train���������������������������freight and  passenger���������������������������note the order���������������������������bandied  the traffiic in - and out of the Valley  making one trip" each day, during the  summer season, while in the winter  season, the service " was every other  day. Today it requires a-four coach  passenger train and' a freight, train  each day���������������������������the latter from 20 to 30  cars���������������������������and during the fruit shipping,  two freight trains���������������������������to handle the output. This year the passenger service is to be doubled.  All   of   which   is   noted simply to  show the measure of our growth.  =������������������=^The=^eafs6h^^ gives  every promise of eclipsing the measure of growth of any previous season  particularly in this section. The  Enderby, Mara and Mabel Lake sections are, in fact, just coming into  their own. A little judicial boosting  right now will bring to us hundreds  of settlers, and investors of the right  sort���������������������������On-a recent-trip to thecoast  Mr. Packham learned much of the  "disposition of investors there. The  feeling is general that the opportunities for safe investment are much  better in the interior���������������������������and particularly in the Okanagan Valley���������������������������than  at most of the coast points, and as  capital is freed there it is being  transfered to the interior.  It is not too much to say that in  the nest year or two the population  of this favored section will be more  than doubled. And with the doubling up of the population of the Enderby district, is sure to come an increased number of business houses  and other industries.  and better of life in the open than  did Miss Johnson, and her recitals  of her own verse were always a treat  to hear_ She was the youngest  child of a family of four born to the  late G. H. M. Johnson (Onwanon-  syshon), Head Chief of the Six Nations Indians, and his wife, Emily  S. Ho wells, a lady of pure English  parentage, her birthplace being Bristol, Eng., \nt the land of her adoption, Canada. Her Indian name was  Tekahionwake.  A  JESTER'S   JEST  On Friday I always   feel cranky and  sick,  And the poor old dog' I wish to kick  For something, alas, has gone astray  And wont come back till next Thursday.  Home indeed is no longer home,  S,o far away in the bush.J roam;  Far from    the   World,    the Province  and Sun,  And far from ' the   Family Herald I  run;  A long way off till I'm nearly dost���������������������������  I don't    see   the    Saturday Evening  Post; -  I've got the hump���������������������������fit of the blues���������������������������  I forget to read the' Vernon News:  In fact, I suffer most terrible pain -  Until next Thursday come back "again  I then return with a very loud shout  ���������������������������Of   course   you    know    what    I'm  shouting about,   -  If you don't I think you will quickly  guess  It's the. advent   of    Walker's Weekly  Press.  Bank of Montreal  Established   1817  Capital, $16,000,000        ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Rest,  516,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. O. $&. 3.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  '  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  ������������������������������������������������������  Deposits received from���������������������������?l upwards, and interest allowed at current rate*.  Interest credited 30th  June and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH   " A. E. Taylor,  Manager  Sir-:   If you will publish  This little bit of rubbish .  You are welcome to it quite���������������������������  If you- punctuate it right.  ���������������������������Clicot the   Jester.  DR. FRIEDMANN .INVITED   .'  The Government of-B. C. through  Hon'. Dr. Young, head of the active  Department' of "Public "Healthf has  transmitted to 'Dr.-' Friedmann; the  well-known- German* physician .'"whose  new_treatment" for -'tuberculosis'is: at  present-- engaging-..the. special; atten-;  tion. of -the"--world . 'of .science, a cordial -invitation to visit, this Province  and conduct "'his -' western": American'  experiments '-_ or demonstrations-at  the Tranquille Sanitarium. . In .the  event of Dr. Friedmann being'able to  accept 'fthe - invitation, assurance "is  given that 'he will be assisted with  pleasure by Dr. Vroonian and his  staff, while all facilities- will be  placed at his disposal by the Govern,1  mental authorities. "     . '"     '"   '  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs. /  When Paddy Murphy shook the-snow of Sandoii _-��������������������������� i  off his feet he came here, and now owns one ot ���������������������������  finest brick hotels in the country. Although ���������������������������'���������������������������-"'������������������������������������������������������'  Paddy-is an Irishman from Michigan, .he calls nis : '._���������������������������'  ; hotel the King Edward. In addition- to "the ex- ' 7y  cellence of the meals,- breakfast is served up to 10 i ��������������������������� ]���������������������������  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists.", ,7  '��������������������������� (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)      ., *"*_       -���������������������������_���������������������������  King Edward Hotel, &J|  MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby^  A MUSICAL TRIUMPH!  Hie EDISON BLUE AMBEROL REeO]Rl|  Oyer 300, Grand Opera, Concert," and regular records arrived^  this week..  Call, and let us play them for you.������������������ -. ������������������������������������������������������ -- -_-'.' 77%  ���������������������������jjf^i  :-z?^m  THE WHITE SEWING MACHIINIEflf  -   Is another TRIUMPH we would like to demonstrate. -It, is the;-|;  - best thought of man infthe -way of "a Sewing Machine'. -: ComeTjg"/  ���������������������������  ' and :let-'usVrove.it to you. ' /    . /\ -' '-'.' " "''���������������������������-'= j-z/X 7  ENDERBY   MUSIC v STORE  . Agant'alio for Church"and Parlor Organ's1  Also Fire and Life Insurance ~" ���������������������������-      ���������������������������"*������������������**   '.-,-  ��������������������������� --Officein brick block-opp. The Walker Press  -: y^z  z\  ..+  --' ^.i-.ri^..- rjit  .* /".' z'r <*r~-l "^r-  ' -' --.-'j.^ -'Z^i ^J*?  -.."-,-< t'-yyi-yr-i~������������������  --T   -r -pj*-w\ .-T.   .. r$r-  ������������������������������������������������������:\yyy'/y-M  ��������������������������� - ��������������������������� ''���������������������������'.yf/<i&/*������������������h  >'j&\-l^fei&&rX& I  Enderby'Akent '  .. _~ *$-. TL*������������������r ���������������������������  p_^ _.p ^ \/1__ ���������������������������  -M _��������������������������� "u.������������������r."XP J, W  ^-ft{i;_j._l  1 ."iwviwi I  *>fv;c^|  ��������������������������� 1 -        !,���������������������������������������������.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  PAULINE JOHNSON DEAD  Miss E. Pauline Johnson, Canadian  Mowhawk authoress and poet, died  in Vancouver last week, after many  months of suffering. Miss Johnson  will be remembered by every lover of  March-wind poetry, picturing as she  always did the bigness and broadness  of Canadian life in the open. No  poet or authoress   ever wrote more  In the matter of Lot 6, Block 14,  Map 211A," City of Enderby: ,  WHEREAS proof of loss of- certificate of Title No. 15597a, to the  above-mentioned property, issued in  tbe name of George Bell, has been  filed in this onlee;  NOTICE is hereby given that I  shall,=at=-the-espiration=of=one^month^  from the first publication, hereof,  issue a duplicate of said Certificate  of Title, unless in the meantime valid  objection be made to me in writing.  Dated this 1st day of February A.  D., 1913.  C.  H.  DUNLAP,  District Registrar.  No Irrigation Required    ^;J  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and are especial-.'ifTi'k^  ly/suited" for Fruit "and .Vegetables,' and, having.been in crop,/1 are', in mylwXz'zXM  did   CnnHitinn ' fnr   nlanfirn- . fi      ' ' ' ��������������������������� >    ~   -    i ...'   p'f.'-fri i:  give instruction to--?i/jv  and oared torz&t/m'yfyy  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  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C  LAND  REGISTRY  ACT  Re: Part of the South Welt Quarterof Section 14,  Township 19, Ranfre ?, West of theSixth Meridian, in th^ District of Yale, Province of  British Columbia.  WHEREAS proof of loss of Certificate of Title  No. 11547a in the name of Harrr Eutehart to the  above-mentioned property, hai been filed in this  office.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I shall, at the  e .piration of one month from the date of _th������������������ first  publication hereof, issue a duplicate of said Certificate unless in the meantime valid objection be  made to me in writing.  DATED at the Land Registry Office at Kamloops  ihis 22nd day of February, A.D., 1913.  C. H. DUNLAP.  District Registrar  did condition'for planting  An experienced fruit grower'is" in"charge,and will  purchasers free of charge, or orchar, "will be planted  moderate charge. " _*;'.���������������������������...      - _���������������������������-'���������������������������;_���������������������������,  -160 acres,'.sub-divided into "20-acre.lots _.r_;now-on the' marktt' at  ^175;  per acre.- r. . - -.._>. .   .      yy  ������������������������������������������������������- yr---���������������������������,/  -Get in on the first block and make money on the advance/     J~7~ -''/' ''  Apply to��������������������������� .        -. . -   "   V" -i-,r    ���������������������������-���������������������������- :-i  '"  ,..Jy  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land-Office, Enderby!        ,'.*"  and Outbuilding's  * Here are   some   specials in lumber  while they last :  >>>  No.  2 Lath  ... per thousand ...$      2.00No.   3  Bev.   Cedar  Siding   ...   15.00 V  No.  2 Dimension, .   ".     "     ...   12.00   1x4 No.  1 & 2 Shiplap  :.  ..-. i_.oo___j:'  These are good values,and you will be pleased with them.  u  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������d.rby  Sir, will you pay $45.00  for this dainty little  Lady Elgin Watch?  IT will surely please the one  to whom you give it.    It has a  solid gold case, an attractive  dial and is in every way a gift that  will delight the feminine heart.  It's practical in every respect for it keeps good  time and its upkeep is low. You can't find a  more suitable Christmas gift,  W2M2&mmmffiwmm%m  F. PYMAN, Jewler,   Enderby Thursday, March .13,1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Marriage  Prohibited  Without a proper license  If you issue Marriage Licenses, tell the young folks  ���������������������������bout it in ourClassified Ads-  They all'know a license is  necessary, bat they don't all  know where to get one.  This paper is popular with  the young people.  Raise Money First, or Buy First,  Which is the Safer Policy ?  WANT ADS  Judging from    the   minutes of the  last t\v,o meetings of the City Council  it would appear tbat thc Council in  ! its anxiety to make1 sure of securing  | the Williams   site   for a' cemetery is  | forgetting  its    business  acumen.   We  | mean    this   in   the    best spirit, and  I only aim    to point   out    a 'difficulty  | the Council seems to have lost sight  j of.     The purpose seems to be to ar-  ; range to purchase the land and vote  ! the    money    afterwards.       This,   all  ; ro,'_st admit is poor business, and is  ' almost   certain    to   lead to trouble.  The buying    of   a   piece of ground  does  not    make _ a    cemetery.      The  land  offered is    no   doubt well positioned,  and when it is cleared  (it is  inow in bush)  will undoubtedly make  j a valuable cemetery site.     But if the  cuously, or with no regular record  kept owing to the land not being  plotted at the commencement. In  such cases it frequently occurs in after years that earlier graves will be  dug into in the opening of later ones.  If the city starts the cemetery on a  haphazard basis it will end haphazardly. If bonds are to be voted  and debentures issued for a cemetery  to be municipal property, the entire  cost of purchase, clearing, plotting,  fencing, etc., sh-ould be included in  the by-law submitted to be voted on.  As a city we should not be content  to have eight acres of bushland  cleared up patch by patch as occasion requires.  Unless the matter is handled on a  basis compatible with the importance  of the undertaking, there is the pos-  POR SALE���������������������������Baled oat hay,  ?10,  tons left; wheat    sheaves, 2c sheaf;jevery plot duly  potatoes,    $10      ton.        Hazelmere  seem to be a  Ranch,  Grindrod.  ; city had it, not one foot of it could  j be rightly   used   for   burial purposes ! sibility of the by-law being defeated  few  uafcil ifc were iaiA out into Piots andj when it comes before the people, for  recorded.     It would most people would object strenuously  wiser p.olicy to secure.to the    idea   of   having .interments  the land on a three month's option, [made in a little patch of clearing in  by the payment of a small option fee j the woods where    no effort had 'been  lady's   four-link  gold nug-,if necessary, and,    when the snow is j made or could    be made to beautify  Finder will be amply re-: off> have a plan of it made by a com-j and  make    sacred   the surroundings.  warded on leaving with Mr. Pyman Petent engineer, together with an es-1 If the land is purchased outright be-  LOST���������������������������A  get fob.   jtimate cf the    cost   of clearing, fen-1fore a vote   is   taken, we might get  HATCHING���������������������������-Carefully  cing, etc., and then submit a by-law!into ���������������������������_, similar mix-up as was experi-  Black Min- J covering the cost to the people.     It enced in connection    with the recrea-  Also is one thing, and a simple thing, to ,tion ground.   On   the   other hand, i'f  of 11. ; buy a piece of ground.     It is another the matter is taken up more carefully  thing to sell   debentures    on a ceme-       A . .. ,   ,      .,.  +���������������������������-.._    -l . ,      ,  ., and   the     whole    thing     successfully  tery cite   unduly    laid    out and not '  plotted.     It   is, not    an unheard of!Planned' then    the    People will know  who picked up a thing, .on cemetery sites deeded as a \what to ������������������Pect    when they vote the  on the gift| for burials to  EGGS    FOR  selected utility stock;  orcas; $1.00 for setting of 13  duck eggs;    $1   for    setting  Address, Mrs.  John McKay, Water  side Ranch, Enderby:" ml3-6t  WILL the    person  pitch  fork,    on    Saturday  road to my    barn please return it.  Chas. E.   Strickland,  Enderby.  be made promis- 'money.  GREAT  CIRCUS  CATASTROPHE  JOE LENTO���������������������������Blanchard   & . English  Block,  Enderby���������������������������Cleaning  &  Pressing;    also    repairing.    Guitar  and  Mandoline lessons will be given by j  George.and  Joe   Lento,  at pupil's'  home or at "our place of business,   j  The -managers  of the Opera House  are giving the citizens of Enderby an  exceptionally    exciting   picture show  next    Tuesday   evening.       It is the  Great Circus. Catastrophe, a feature-  film that has    made    all the picture  CLEANING, PRESSING &~ REPAIR-"! houses "sit" up' and take notice.". The  ,;-ing, plain: sewing, dressmaking.Miss! ^m was made jby.the Nordisk Film  Airth has opened a sewing room in [Company,    of ' Copenhagen.   ���������������������������   It    is  the building    formerly  occupied byltruelya marvel,- and enjoys the dis-  The Walker Press,    Enderby, _ where Jtinction  of    heing    the only moving  she will be   "pleased to meet'all desiring her services.  SUIT  CLEANED  & PRESSED���������������������������Now  the time   to    get it done.   Orders  r       .  , promptly    executed:       Rosoman  &  picture that has ever brought anau-  'dience to its*" feet. . There are more  thrills, more exciting . and -daring  feats performed in this picture than  in anything ever produced before.  See the,  circus    lady   -walk the tele-  Gildemeester, ladies' tailoring and j phone wires to escape from .a 'burning  Dressmaking Parlors, Cliff street, j hotel, and then drop into the fire-  next J. W. Evans & Son's. Repair- men's, net. See the canvas fire  ing a specialty. | chute.   See the great catastrophe at  j the end where    the    rider and horse  FOR; SALE���������������������������Rough   and    dimension ! jump from .a great height.   The hor9e  lumber.     At mill or delivered.   A. | is killed and the rider-badly injured.  Tomkinson,. Enderby.                                Along with this 3000 feet film there  '                 ~~                                           * j will be shown    the runaway leopard,  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of, and if you do not laugh at the en-  wide  experience,    has  removed  heretics of the leopard, you sure will get  dressmaking   Parlors    to   the Mat-!the name    of   sobersides.      No.extra  thews house,  on    Cliff St., west of! oharge: 10c and 20c.  ���������������������������George .  I    OBSTRUCTING LEGISLATION  WHY NOT BUY   YOUR SETTING   EGGS AT  HOME ?  Pen 3 laying strain, pedigreed and bred .or2 4 years  THERE ARE NO RYANS HERE         _     The Belleville Ontario tells the foi  for eKia Blone. 15,6667 Mothers ofTho contest: lowing  tale,    which    could  be  dupli  pullets now at Victoria.   Pen ... Urn pullets, full ! _.������������������__���������������������������  iieterg to pen in contest, $1.00 per Bet. Pen a.  ordinary, J2,00per setting. Order early, inquiries  coming by every mail,  H. E. WABY, ENDERBY, ������������������. C.  Public   Auction.  Under instructions received from  Mr. G. W. MANS ELL (owner) I will  sell by public acution on���������������������������  SATURDAY, thc 15th of March  without reserve    the    following articles���������������������������  3 Beds ancl mattresses  Dining table (extension)  Kitchen Table  Small Table  Kitchen Range  Heater  Sitting Room Chairs  Kitchen Ohairs  Rockers  Lounge  Chest of Drawers  Wash-stand, complete,  jug and  basin.  1 ax;   1 shovel;   1 Rake and Hoe;  1 Child's Go-Cart  1_  Cords Wood (dry)  1  1  I  1  1  4  4  2  1  1  1  TERMS CASH  WALTER  ROBINSON,  Auctioneer  cated in any   postoffice in the coun  try:  "Doc" Truiasch, the genial auburn-  haired clerk in the postoffice, tells  the following story, and those who  are acquainted with the author will  have no doubt about the truth of it:  A freckled-faced girl stopped at the  postoffice wicket and yelled out:  "Anything for the Ryans?"  "No, there is not."  "Anything for Minnie Ryan?"  "Nothing."  "Anything for Maurice Ryan?"  "No."  "Anything for Cassie Ryan?"  "No."  "Anything for Gerald Ryan?"  "No; nor for Pat Ryan, nor John  Ryan, nor William Ryan, nor Mary  Ryan, nor for any Ryan���������������������������dead, living, unborn, native or foreign, from  Dunlin to New Zealand, civilized or  uncivilized, savage or barbarous,  male or female, black or white, naturalized or otherwise. No; there is  positively nothing for any of the  Ryans, either individually, jointly,  severally, now and forever, one and  inseparable."  The girl looked at the clerk in  open-mouthod  astonishment,  and'said  "Please to look if there is anything for David Ryan."  There seems to be a wanton waste  of energy in the tactics of the -Liberals'in obstructing 'legislation at Ottawa. '   Just what they hope to win  through   their    efforts is difficult to  perceive.     It is   true,  Sir Wilfrid in  stating" his position . some weeks, ago  as leader of the   Opposition,  deman:  ded that instead    of Canada paying  for three   dreadnaughts   to be added  to the navy of    the Motherland, and  later to become   part of a 'Canadian  navy, he demanded that we should at  once begin the    construction in; Canada    of    an   all-Canadian  fleet.      It  must have looked    like good politics  to Sir Wilfrid,, to   stir up, or to endeavor to stir   up, a feeling of Can-  "adianisnr against what is now known  as   Imperialism���������������������������nation    against empire���������������������������and the    obstruction  tactics of  the Opposition   is   simply the grand  stand playing off of the pyrotechnics.  The   country   might   -stand    an, all-  week session   of    the House,  just to  see what the Opposition has to offer,  but after   all    the . blank speeches of  last week,    with    nothing but empty  words  the   net' result,    the  country  will very soon sicken of it.   Supposing Canada should, tomor-  row decide to build her own navy���������������������������at  home���������������������������how many year would have to  elapse before actual work could begin. And how many dreadnaughts  could be built in Canada within thc  next ten or twenty years ? -A tin-  pot navy would be the worst menace  Canada could  have.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier is too astute a  statesman and politician not to  have recognized the weakness of his  position. He no doubt recognized  it when first he brought forward his  tin-pot navy plan when he was in  power. If not, then why did he not  proceed to carry out his naval plan  when lie was holding the reins of  Government?  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-  arid-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  We   can   supply your wants   in the  Clothing Line from head to foot.  The list below gives you the BEST in  their respective lines  STETSON HATS W.G. & R.  SHIRTS & COLLARS  CRESCENT TIES DR.   JAEGER UNDERWEAR  SEMI-READY  CLOTHING ^    WOLSLEY SOCKS  SLATER SHOES For a normally-built man,a  Semi-  Ready, ready-made, suit will fit better than a made-to-measure suit, especially when your measure s not taken 'by a competent tailor, and  they are from $5 to ,$10 cheaper. If you are 'not normal, we can take  your measure as accurately as it can be done in Enderby. We do not ..  ask for a deposit, as our 15 years' experience in thi8 line "has proved  to us that >a misfit is a rare exception, and that the-boys never hesitate to take the suit as long as satisfactory.  bob peel,, Enderbaj;-GSh.?Mirnisher  ladies i  We are making a clean sweep  of all our Millinery; trimmed  and untrimmed Hats, Wire  Shapes; Straw Shapes and Felt  Shapes, Hat Trimmings, etc.  Everything must go.  Great snaps in prices.  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B. C  Our Aim is to Please You  We wish to thank our customers for their generous patronage  during our first ten days in business. We are glad to see you appreciate our courteous service, live-and-let-live -prices, and; last but  not least, our quick delivery, of orders > ,.-���������������������������_--  MEN  We- want your business and if prices count,  we will   surely, get it. '  If we have not what you want we will order it for you.  REMEMBER  Every cent spent at home means you are building up your own  town and by so doing you are increasing the value of your own  property.  LET US BE YOUR SAVINGS BANK ! . i '  DILL  Enderby, British Columbia  DON'T you wish you had bought land years ago. What would you  be worth Inow ? Should a railway survey come into Enderby this  summer prices would jump 50 per cent. Would it not be wise to  invest now.   See us, we have propositions that will interest you.  --'������������������������������������������������������-       -- FARMERS-' :--.-:---.:_ __.  Yoifcannot make your farm pay unless you cultivate it properly.  We can supply you with IMPLEMENTS of all kinds at prices that  you can't beat anywhere else. Come in and have a look. Showrooms opposite Furniture Store.  NORTHERN OKANAGAN LAND CO.  \  LATE BROADWAY HITS  Ask Mr. Crane, of the Enderby Music Store, to let you hear some of  l'atest Broadway hits just received on  his Edison Blue Amberol records.  They are the cleverest things from  Broadway's newest and best musical  shows���������������������������not the song hits of yesterday  but the song hits of today and next  month. "Everything's at home except Your Wife," is one everybody  will ' stake to." "A Little Girl at  Home,"' 'is another, and "My Best  Girl and Me," is another. It would  be too much to list even a portion  of the new ones. Call and hear  them; it is better than to have them  named to you.  The "Oliver" Typewriter  Is recognized to b i 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.C.  AGENTS


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