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 Enderby, B. C.,  March 20.1913  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol.' 6; No: 3; Whole No.263' ���������������������������  Local News of First Interest to Readers at Home and Away  v~  Better a man who fails than one  who never tries.  He is a wise    man   who is able to  conceal his importance.  Percy Ruttan  is  his  father's  rights'- *  hand man at Port Fraser.  "The Crucifixion" - in the Presbyterian Church Friday evening.  Photograoher James is giving his  new camera a try-out these days.  Jack Breedon is now keeping house  at the Lakeview Hotel,  Sicamous.  Truth may also 'be a joy foreverr  but it is seldom a thing of beauty.  T. E. Rodie has taken up the auctioneer sideline- laid down by. Walter  Robinson. '"        '    .  Geo. R. Sharpe left Sunday for the  Northwest on another cattle-buying  pilgrimage.  The man who   has   piled' up' a fortune never wasted    any time wishing  j? he was rich. . ..."���������������������������-  A packing.. school . is now. in progress .at t Mara,-   with a" daily attend^'  ance of-nine,pupils..^.---, -..-,-- .,-=.',  Gustay- ,Schultz    received   the,-sad  a news of his 'mother's'.'death, "in Win'-'  /  nipeg; last Thursday -mprning.  ��������������������������� '    -  .   ,   Don't'miss the apron sale and afternoon -.tea,    Saturday,  March 22nd,"  in_ the' basement'" oi the..Presbyterian'  " Church".,    "    '  tr Abig audience,  and a pleased au-  ��������������������������� dieiice witnessed' the Circus catastro-  phy picture in the Opera-House-Tuesday evening. ' *  The. Fulton Hardware Company is  this week unloading a carload of  general' hardware for spring operations on the farm.  All who attended "the Springy opening-of the-Hudson Bay store at Vernon last week, returned feeling well  repaid for the.trip. ; _  ���������������������������  - Beginning. with April 2nd, the merchants of-Enderby will .observe the  regular mid-week , half holiday, each  Wednesday afternoon. /'  During the past week Hughie Coil  ==and=Arthur=Middleton=were^locked=up'  for being d-d, and each was fined $5  and costs by Magistrate Rosoman.  The Girls' Guild will hold a sale of  sew ng in the basement of the Presbyterian Church, Saturday afternoon,  March 22nd.     Tea will also be served  Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robinson left  this week for Port Alberni where Mr.  ���������������������������Robinson-will- go-into-business. -It  is the best wish of their many Enderby friends that success will crown  their efforts in their new home.  J. Gorle, bookbinder and ruler of  the Fernie Free Press office, is on a  visit to his parents, Deep Creek, this  week. Mr. Gorle goes to Victoria  from Enderby, to take charge of a  bookbindery in the Capital city.  The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.  G. B. Gelling will be pleased to learn  of Mrs. Gelling's entire recovery from  the illness which took her to the  coast, and that she will return to  Enderby with the coming of warm  weather.  The Bachelor boys of Mara outdid  themselves at their ball last Friday  evening. They provided everything  for one of the most enjoyable dances  ever given there, even to the chocolates for the ladies, and smokes for  the gentlemen.  At the annual meeting of the Enderby Conservative Association last  Saturday evening, J.'L. Ruttan was  re-elected president; F. H. Hassard,  vice-president; Robt. Jones, 2nd vice-  president; H. M. Walker, secretary,  and A. Fulton, treasurer.  Rev. J. W. Davidson B. A., B. D.,  will preach the Anniversary .Services  of the Methodist Church on Sunday,  March 31st. In addition to the special music prepared by the choir, the  Armstrong quartette willvassist in  the services. .    .    '  Tea will be served at Mrs. Moffet's  home on Thursday, March 27th, from  3 to 5, in aid of three orphan children (girls) from 9 months'to seven  years of age. Any suitable garment  will be acceptable, and tea will be  served to the person giving the garment.  ~ Services in the . Methodist ��������������������������� Church  next Sunday will he as follows: ��������������������������� Easter Sunrise prayer meeting at 7 a.m.  Morning service, at 11 o'clock and  evening" worship at 7:30. The Sunday.  School will hold an open session, observing the Livingstone Centennial.  Miss Forsyth, of Surrey, Eng.'; has  purchased the excellent '5-acre property "of J.VA." Miller, at .$300 an acre.  This property . is "I situated'-:- oh the"  bench- under the Cliff,'and stiould'be  a capital spot for���������������������������"the .purpose to  which Miss.Forsyth proposes to put  it���������������������������poultry raising   on a commercial  COURT OF REVISION  basis.' ���������������������������'*"*      "- *���������������������������." ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ' Camp,No. 2 was broken' up this  week. The. other camps will follow  shortly. Manager :Stevens states  that the log output this winter has  been larger than" for any-previous  season, and he is-preparing for a. big  season's cut in the mill.. He is endeavoring to get "rea'dy'to start the  saws early in April.  Rev. E. W. Halpenny," an Ontario  Methodist preacher, it credited with  an epigram which is now being much  quoted by his ministerial brethren,  though we haven't yet- heard it in  Enderby. He was preaching in a big-  city church, noted for its many social" and literary organizations, its  clubs,  classes,  societies  and  leagues.  .There was... .somethin g?_-r)n--for--.every_,  night in the week���������������������������sometimes two or  three events on the same night. Mr.'  Halpenny read the ��������������������������� long list of announcements. Then a little later, in  the course of his sermon, he remarked that "some people were so  terribly busy with church work and  keeping the preacher in line that  they hadn't time to be Christians."  The, last meeting of the court of  Revision on the assessment of 1913  was held in the City Hall 'on Monday  evening. The assessment roll was  then- confirmed. - Some alterations  were made- to partly meet the few  appeals that were made.  The valuation on C. M. Nelson's  property was reduced from $2,000 to  $1,600.  J.-H. Carefoot pointed, out .a few  errors made in assessing 'his lots.  These we're corrected,"and his assessment on lots 4^and 5 reduced from'  $700 to $500.  A.Gunter applied,to have his property - assessment valuation lowered  and a reduction'was made from" $1920  to $960, on 32 acres.-���������������������������.-  A correction , in acreage' .was ordered on ."the." property - of Mrs. B.>  Strickland.,      ': '     -'���������������������������,'.  . (In the appeal of G. Hallet the as-  sessor's. valuation. was>sustaineidrj- r'  ' "In the appeal' of JV.^.Wallace, the',assessor's ' figures were "sustained."'.,~ -/'���������������������������  \'In! the appeal-of .G...R.'Sharpe', his"  Valuation was- reduced - from $14^400  to $14,000. - ^: -'^1; " .-j. .  '.-The.appeal;of S..'Teece resulted, in  hisj improvements being raised from  j $1,800 to $3,000, and the value cf 81  'acres being reduced- from $16,400 to  ; $12,150,',"and 50 acres from $15,300 to  '$12,500. ��������������������������� '    '   r X  '-  ,P. J. Frei's land value was reduced  from $1,000 to $800.'"'  -" ��������������������������� . -    --  CITY' ENGINEERS-  At. a meeting of the\City Council  last Friday evening, the agreement  under which the City engages Messrs  Cummins .& Agnew, civil engineers,  to have charge " cf all public works  hereafter to be undertaken, was'sub-  mitted, and. was finally accepted.  ' The agreement- sets forth sqecifical-  jy_all_the_undertakings_which_.are-.to.  ARE YOU'.''' REGISTERED ?  Every effortf-rs. being made to have  all those who . are qualified to vote  registered -cfhZ the new Provincial  lists, which are now in course of preparation. An' entirely new register  is being prepared to that those who  had votes in the last Provincial election will have to again subscribe-to  their qualifications, as well as those  who are newcomers to the Province,  and whoge names have not yet appeared on the voters' list. The necessary forms to be signed may be  found with the City Clerk, at the  City Hall; with A. F. Crossman, F.  H. Barnes, T. E." Rodie or at The  Walker Press. All applications are  to be handed in or mailed to the  Government Agent, Mr. L. Norris,  Vernon, before April 7th. Those  who are on the new register, provided bhey are not struck .off at the  revision, will be qualified" to vote at  the next ^Provincial and^ Dominion  elections.  be observed by either party. The  engineers are to have submitted to  them all matters of public works,  and they agree to furnish all plans  and specifications, estimates, etc.,  and to superintend all work undertaken under these plans and specifications, and to perform all such services in a thoroughly practical and  competent" manner.  In compensation for these services,  the City agrees to'pay Messrs. Cummins & Agnew 8 per cent, on the actual cost of the work undertaken and  completed under their supervision;  and, in case the work is not put  through after they have submitted  their plans, specifications, estimates,  etc., the city agrees to pay them-for  their time put upon it at the regular established rate governing such  services.  the speaker that they would have to  be named    and    carried   out   of the  chamber.     But   for the intervention  of     Premier     Borden   their    scheme  might   have   worked     out   as   they  hoped.'     It is    said that Rev.  J. A.  Macdonald, editor ol the Globe, who  has   'been   here    during   the last few  days,    Hon. > Mackenzie    King,  Hon.  Sidney Fisher,- along with Hon. Wm.  Pugsley and Hon.  Rudolphe Lemieux  were responsible    for ��������������������������� the whole disgraceful affair.     Rev. Dr. Macdonald  stationed himself in a prominent position in the press gallery, and there  abused, .the' privileges   of*both the  press gallery and the House by pub-  licly egging on the Liberal members'  and applauding the- disorderly scenes.  -It was at-a given signal from Hon."  Wm "Pugsley" that   the signslot disorder commenced. ���������������������������   Walking out' from  his "seat lie;shook hisJfistin the"face.  of Chairman    Robi'deaux /and' waved  to his followers behind him-to start'  the, "trouble, '.while r Hon. 'Rodolphe  Lemieux; gave-ja.-similar signal to';the'  French member's. __s Dr/Clark-'andsMr.-  .Verville both 'took ,"jthe 'floor' and "refused?, to   sit .'down,"' defy ng '   the  Speaker!-',  -,'"._".,-'-'    "���������������������������-    ,_..*"   -- J'/J  '���������������������������.There, is'  a-great "deal' of. comment1  around .the lobbies over the action ,of  Hon. .Wm.    Pugsley r in.. seizing' ;��������������������������� the  leadership of'"'the    House during the  absence' of. Sir ��������������������������� Wilfrid - Laurier, as  Hon.,George P.    Graham,i Sir-   Wilfrid's  deskmate,    has    hitherto been"  regarded as his first lieutenant.'    '  A ' significant- incident took'place  during, the, scene. Premier Borden  suggested that" the gentleman who  was leading the " Opposition might  make a statement. Mr. Graham  looked at Mr. Pugsley and Mr. Pugsley looked" at Mr.' Graham. Buth  showed embarrassment, and neither  arose. ,- The situation was awkward  until thc Premier laughingly suggested that probably the member for  " ���������������������������'&:  BUYING AT HOME  A man went into a local store, to  buy a saw. He saw the saw he, was  ldioking for and asked.the price. It.  was $1.65,.the dealer said. "     '  ,  "Good gracious," snapped the man,  "I can-buy the same thing at Eatum'  Co's, for" $1.35".''      ''. . '     '  "That's less than it cost me,"*.ah>  swered the dealer, "but I'll" sell it" on  the same- terms   as    the mail order  house, just the same."  '-: .'_-.. -  "Adlright," said the customer,^you"  can send it , along" and -charge -it' up'  to my account." , , - -'"'��������������������������� '  ' "Not on-' your life," replied'the  man behind-the counter; "No charge  accounts.' You can't, do .business"  with the mail order house that I way.'  Fork over the cash.". ~  ". J,  '  ".-���������������������������--: y.y.V^tl  The customer, complied.- /���������������������������i..,.f -'\ Z c~'Ji/'/;yzi\in  >f "Now., two -"cents? Dosta1_-e "and fivel-fl-^tV-Srf?V$|  ter and;] ar money order; to ,a mail *'or^iy-i&7i^\  ... z A,'--6'~ _Cl  "    ��������������������������� "-'������������������������������������������������������-- J������������������- -JVjsl  " ���������������������������-.-���������������������������* i  ���������������������������z~y  'ite.  ��������������������������� -.-&  der. house; -you kndwT'"'-;";>  ,^   y--;y .-.-:.^^v_  ..The 7 customer,'. ' inwardly/kraving",. 7Xdz0$M  kept to, his, - agreement and_"paid''the*% X?yX������������������$i  ->!N^25c'^eiress."lr:^^  {"Well, I'll ,be ���������������������������;"' said he," but "....."  p.aLd i*.saying'"> "Now hand. me"that :. 1'X  saw,and I'll take it home'an'd be rid   7/  of this foolery.'.'.-  _    -     -/'"   -    /  X'X\  /'Hand it to you? ,    Where do you _X 7  think- we are? - You're in Podunk and"   J 7  I'm in,Winnipeg, "knd you' will'have X:-y  to wait   two    weeks' for that saw.,"'/X":  Whereupon'the    dealer hung the saw-  on a peg and   put  the money in his  drawer. "        - -   - - . -  :/y<\  -_ yyx  m  Honest Injun,    now, how many un-  kicked kicks have you coming ?    s  DISORDERLY  SCENES  Ottawa, Mch 17.���������������������������That the disorderly scenes in the House of Commons on Saturday night were part of  a stage play deliberately planned by  the Liberal organization with a view  to giving the impression that the  Government was endeavoring- to stop  free speech, is frankly admitted today by thc more candid members of  the Opposition who are not in sympathy with such methods. The plan  was to have Dr. Clark, representing  the British born, and Alphonse Verville, representing the Labor and  French element, so defy the rules and  S o-ith^Ren frew~(MFTT_.fS_.am)   might  speak for the Opposition.  The absence of Sir Wilfrid Laurier  from the House all last week has  caused a great deal of comment  around the corridors. While it is  stated that he is suffering from a  cold, it is also stated that it is not'  so severe that he might not have  been-present-if-hc-had-desired.-���������������������������It-is  rumored that he is not' in sympathy  with the lino of action which "has  been followed by the ex-cabinet ministers and Rev. J. A. Macdonald,  who seems to have usurped control  of the party. It is also said that  when Sir Wilfrid returns to -the  Ho.use this week, that the obstruction will be dropped and the tlill  will be allowed to go through within  a reasonable period of time as suggested by Premier Borden.  ., WHAT IT FEELS LIKE     ,' .  ;A young man who received an injection-of the turtle baccillus, administered -by Dr. Friedmann while in  New York, claims to have materially  .improved, __.and_-tells--_an-_intp.rfiRting^  '.���������������������������fli  .'"X'  CARD OF THANKS  I wish to convey my sincerest  thanks to the people of Enderby and  vicinity for the many acts of kindness and sympathy extended on the  occasion of Mrs.- Boyd's illness and  in my great bereavement.  T. BOYD.  tale of-the . sensations he felt soon  after the treatment.  "About five hours.after'the time of  the injection I felt a strange sensation in the calf of my leg," he said.  "It was like a violent pulsation o'r  motion. It began to spread until a  tingling sensation thrilled my entire  body. I felt that .-it_mlist bej;he  cultures" "spreading" "through my whole  system, and I put my hands on my  head and shouted; 'work, you turtle,  work.'  "Following the treatment, my temperature went very high, but it  .���������������������������dropped in a day or two, and in a  (few days it was normal. I feel  every way like a different man, with  a steadily increasing appetite, the  night sweats gone and the sense of  exhaustion  disappearing."  . 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.     Admission, 50c.  Our traveller for House of Hobber-  lin made-to-measure clothing will be  here March 25th, for the convenience  of any preferring to be measured by  an experienced tailor direct from the  h'ouse.        Dill Bros.   .  Every girl has an idea that she is  not like other girls���������������������������and she isn't.  We will have a complete assortment ,of green vegetables for Saturday's trade.     Dill Bros.  A lie has to keep moving���������������������������and a  lier���������������������������in order to escape 'being nailed  down.  Don't forget the dance at the Opera  House on Easter Monday. Dancing  from 8 to 12 o'clock.   Admission, 50c o  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 20,1913  WIRE FENCING  ENDERBY PRESS  Fresh Meats  If you want prime f-rcsh 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,  to. so restrict    the   issuance of gold   _ .and paper   based   upon    gold,  as to  Published every Thursday at Ende.by, B.C. at j virtually   get   a    corner on. it much  $2 per year, by the Walker Press. j the   same    ag    Qne    get's     a corner  on  .It  Con-' is certain that, * just so long as the  business of the    world is based upon  B. F.  SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby       Contracts taken for erection.   Orders   Advertising Rates:  Transient. 50c an inch first' wheat or any other commodity  for spring work now being booked.  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion,  tract advertising. $1 an inoh per month.  .MARCH 20.    1913  CHILDISH PRATTLE  I,  It is said to be costing the country  $10,000 a day   while   the deadlock is  on at Ottawa.     We have read a vast  amount of childish    twaddle in Hansard the past   two weeks.     Some of  I the Opposition speakers are apparently talking   in    their    sleep.   It must  jniake them sick to   read in Hansard  ��������������������������� what they said    the night before.   It  ; certainly is making thc country sick.  I The  Opposition speakers have talked  incessantly for two weeks, night and  day, and the Government forces have  , listened as patiently as Father Time  might    have   done.       But all to no  READING,    ENGLAND I purpose.      Sir Wilfrid Laurier claims  it is not his   fault, as he feels there  is an    important   principle involved.  Premier Borden,    on the other hand,  maintains  that    the    Government  is  entitled, after   a fair amount of discission, to have its proposed legisla:  tion  passed on division.   In tiie face  of the full text of the Churchill memorandum,    it    is   difficult to see any  reason for   hope   ,on the part of the  Opposition for anything *to be gained ;  by further    obstructing the country's  business.     It    seems' that   it would {  more to the ere- ���������������������������  leader i  FROM  A. J. Woodward  Sole Ajarent,  5]1 'Granville Street, Vancouver  615 Fort Street    .     .    Victoria  Catalogue on Application  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  H. E. BLANCHARD  W. M.  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  5/   Eureka Lodgef No. 60  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. 0.  O. F. hall, Metcalf  block.   Visiting  brothers always    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY,   N. G.  ---      ---              HOWARD.LOGAN, V. G.  "'      '   " R. E.WHEELER, Sec'y,  J. B. GAYLORD; Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Mo������������������t_ every Monday evening  In K. of P. Hall. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  -   JOHN BURNHAM, C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable f-rConccrts, Dances and all public  entertainments.  . For rates, etc., address,  T. E. RODIE. Enderby  Legal Notices:   12_ a line first insertion; 8c a line  each subsequent insertion. ; the single    money    standard,  we are  ReadbsrN.ueesand Locals: 15calir>_. 'certain t.o have a recurrence of these  "���������������������������"""������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������--���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������----������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������- money 'stringencies. A striking criticism of the present system has been  given by Mr. R. H. Patterson, a  prominent English economist, as follows:  "This    theory    of   specie-basis     is  briefly this:   If mych gold happens to  come into the country,  the note cir-  ' culation is likely - to be increased to  a  corresponding    extent;    if   gold is  ; withdrawn  from us the note circula-1  ,'tion  is   proportionately    diminished.  If, owing to   a   temporary cause, all  the gold available for monetary purposes were sent    abroad, all our pa-  -per money would  likewise disappear,  'and the country be left without money of any   kind.       A   more    absurd  theory    was   never   propounded.     If  one kind  of money fails  us,  we are  I on no account to use any other. This  ' we are told to   regard as a master-  ^ piece  of   economical   science;  this is  the great discovery which our advances in  civilization    have revealed  to  p us.     The gospel of rn_onet-ary science  now is, that when a country does not  want a paper currency it should have  :a great deal of it, and  when it does  require   paper   money    it shall have  inone.      When a country    has enough'  of specie it ought to double its cur-  i rency by issuing an equal amount of  bank notes.     Is it necessary to discuss such a theory?    In order to be  refuted it needs only to be stated; in  order to be rejected it needs only to  be understood.       Tt   is a theoretical  monstrosity   against    which common  sense revolts���������������������������a    burlesque of reason  which   the   present    generation    will  WE are determined to give the people of  Enderby- and District the best quality of  Household Furnishing on the market, at live-  and-let-live prices, and solicit your patronage.  Come in and examine our stock of high-class furniture  bedsprings, mattresses, carpets, matting, etc. We  will be pleased to show them.  FURNITURE DEALERS,  ENDERBY, B.C.  UNDERTAKERS  CABINET    MAKERS  UPHOLSTERERS  Bank of Montreal  Enderby  Lodge    No. 40 ' have been infinitely  Regular     meetings     first;  Thursday on  or after  the s dlt   of   Sir   Wilfrid    Laurier   as  Capital, $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt,  President, R.  Established   1817  Rest, J16.000.000  Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 3. O. 31. 3.  B. AnguB, Esq.   Vice-Preside... ,H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK an'd CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited _0th  June and 31st December/!  ENDERBY BRANCH A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  .e'.owrHanP-m^RS|of th* Opposition,  to have come for-  brethren coraially invited,  ward when Mr. Borden laid down his  WALTER ROBINSON ! patriotic naval    bill   to - assist    the  Motherland, and moved its passage  by a unanimous vote. To have done  so would have .been statesmanship;!  not toQhave done so was politics���������������������������\  and it now transpires,  poor politics  live to laugh at.  'TIGHT   MONEY,"  AND. WHY  ."BETTER TERMS"  COMMISSION  - When there 'comes a "squeeze  tbe money market, and all the money  is drawn in by the banks, and none  let out, there comes a taste of "hard  tin-res," ancl people who have not  taken the pains to investigate, wonder .why. They do not know that  the world's business is based upon  one metallic money���������������������������gold���������������������������and that  it is within the    power of the banks  A   commission    to    investigate the  question, of    "better terms'--for .the  1 Province of British Columbia is to be  in- appointed by the Provincial Government, .-the? Dominion' Government, and  the British secretary of state for the  Colonies. -   News of the appointment  of Mr. E. V' Bodwell, K. C, of Victoria, as    commissioner for the Province,  has   been    announced,  and in.  formation of the appointment of the  federal    and    British    commissioners  will shortly    follow.  Finest in the Country  ���������������������������''Enderby is a.charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. ..Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls ms;  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10 -  o'clock,, which is an added attraction for tourists."  - (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel,  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  Fix up your House,  Here <are   some   specials in  lumber while they last  No.  2 Lath  ... per thousand '  ..$     2.00No.  3  Bev.  C<  No.  2 Dimension,      "     "     .  .   12.00    1x4 No.  1 & 2  Cedar  Siding  15.00  Shiplap     14.00  '-. These are good values.and you will   be pleased with them.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.rby  ������������������ari_������������������H������������������__l������������������EJBMB^^  We Have Twice the Amount of Stock We Should Carry  So   Must   Reduce Same   At   Once, and Intend Clearing Out Some Lines Altogether  Thirty Boys' Suits  Clearing    this    line out altogether,  and will notstock in future :  PRICES  CUT  NEARLY IN TWO  $6.50 SUITS   NOW $3.85  $4.50 SUITS   NOW $2.95  $3.50 SUITS   NOW $2.45  $3.00 SUITS    NOW $1.45  THESE WILL NOT LAST LONG AT  THESE   PRICES.     COME  EARLY !  Regular 75c and 85c.-Boys'  Pants, now 45c. Only a  ftw left as we have been  selling these now at this  price for nearly a week  Regular 75c    and   $1.00    Boy's Navy  Blue Shirts, now, 45c.  Boy's Cotton Blouses, with collar,  regular, 65c line; now 35c.  Ladies' Slippers: Regular $2.00 to  $3.50 values; your choice of all we  have in stock  for $1.45.  BOY'S  BIB  OVERALLS  AT  35c.  You can't buy even the material for  this money,    and    wo   save you the  work of making besides.  Ladies "[more" Boots 10 Per Cent. Off  LADIES   OXFORDS  Everything in stock at prices as below, except EMPRESS:  Regular $4 and over lines,  for...$2.85  $3.50    lines       2.25  $3.00 lines     2.00  $2.50 lines     1.75  10 per cent, off all Childrens  Shoes  10 per cent,  off all  Boys'  Shoes  STANFIELD'S    UNDERWEAR,  label, $2.50 per suit.  red  THREE PAIR    CANVASS GLOVES,  for 25c.  BRONCO GLOVES���������������������������the Old REliable  50c per pair.  -MULE���������������������������SKIN���������������������������The  "ordinary' " kind;-  45c per pair.  FINER GLOVES from 75c up.  SEE OUR   POPULAR   $1.00 LINES;  regular $1.35 values.  EXAMINE OUR MEN'S  SUITS BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER.     WE HAVE  SOME  EXCEPTIONAL  VALUES.  TEN   PER  CENT.   OFF   MEN'S   WATERF ROOFS  ALL NEW7 GOODS JUST TO HAND FROM  LONDON,   ENG.   THESE  WERE BOUGHT DIRECT FROM  THE MANUFACTURERS,  AND WE SAVE  THE  MIDDLEMAN'S    PROFIT,   SO ARE EXCEPTIONAL VALUE EVEN AT THE REGULAR PRICE.  WE HAVE NEARLY 1000 PAIR OF OVERALLS IN STOCK AND MUST  UNLOAD. YOU CAN'T BEAT OUR PRICE, EVEN IN THE EASTERN DEPARTMENTAL STORES, AND, BESIDES, WE WILL SAVE  YOU THE EXPRESS. COME IN AND SEE THESE LINES. WE  ARE  POSITIVE WE  CAN  SAVE YOU MONEY.  WE CARRY FOUR DIFFERENT MAKES OF LOGGER'S BOOTS IN  STOCK, SO ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU WHAT YOU WANT  AT RIGHT PRICES.  OUR  SLATER SHOES FOR MEN ARE ALWAYS AT BARGAIN PRICES.      THEY'RE  SOLD  FROM COAST TO  COAST AT THE  SAME PRICE.  YOU  CAN'T  SEND   ANYWHERE AND GET THEM ANY CHEAPER.     THE MANUFACTURER HAS THE WHOLE SAY ABOUT THE SELLING PRICE, AND HE STAMPS IT ON THE SOLE OF EACH AND EVERY PAIR,  AND IF WE CUT IT HE    WOULDN'T     SELL     US  ANOTHER PAIR.     BUT   WE  CAN'T  SELL THEM ANY CHEAPER; THEY ARE SOLD1 TOO CHEAP NOW.  We have more Bargains.    Come and see us and we'll show them to you  BOB PEEL,Enderby's Gents' Furnisher & Shoe Man 2  *>  e  Thursday, March 20,1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Liberal Opposition Wrathfully  Denounces Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill  Vou will want to hear more of the  Blue Amberol Records  as soon as you've heard the first  In tone they are finer and clearer than any other records  made.  They are more lifelike. '  Play them once or play them 3,000 times and the  result is the same, for Blue Amberol Records can't wear  out.    What's more, they are  practically unbreakable."  They are musical and mechanical triumphs.   Your dealer  will be glad to play them for you "or.we'11 send particulars.  Thomaa A. Eduon, Inc./IOO Lakeside Ave., Orange, N. J., U. S. A.  t- '   - i *  A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found atv  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  ������������������_-.i-ii.^������������������j;lfqnr_gyg-cy|M|_j_iaFi.-.ip  THE;  AbWAYS  U INI I ������������������������������������ R IVl|FLi0tl Ft  gJWKKTWWPW^W*** ii <m \\%^m,t���������������������������am*U*l*.''T*+T*r~'~*ZZ~7,Tr-���������������������������V*r*r^r*t'  JTiT"-! ' "- ��������������������������������������������� 9 '!r'.-r!B-  ���������������������������_r^ ���������������������������tfci'-TT-r.; t-������������������ m  Maintains its "HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY.,''Each'  . Sack' contains- flour that will act'like the last sack arid  . ._. - , - ���������������������������*'.*���������������������������-'-  always' give you GOOP 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  :      ��������������������������� \  Ottawa, March 15.���������������������������The end of the  .econd week of Liberal obstruction  finds the Government forces more  united, if that be possible, than at  any time this session. There is a  general feeling that' the Liberals are  simply 'bringing about their own des-  struction by their unbridled tongues.  Some of their speeches this week can  only be described as advocating separation or secession.  Enraged at the memorandum of the  Right Hon. Winston Chjirchill, which  practically annihilates the" whole  present Liberal position on the naval  question, the Opposition fairly ran  amuck and heaped torrents of abuse  on the head of the first lord of the  admiralty. They accused him of almost every kind of misdemeanor, and  read into his memorandum a studied  insult to the'" Canadian people. In  the heat of their rage statements  were made , of a most disgraceful  character, which it is doubtful if the  men in cooler moments would ever  have uttered.  Dr. Neely, Liberal-member for Humboldt, even hinted at another Boston  Tea Party,' and 'a second American  revolution if the Borden plan was put  into execution. His closing remarks  were: "Mr. Churchill's policy, if per  siste"d in, will ultimately-lead to the  disruption of' Canada from Great  Britain."    _'  He "charged Mr. Churchill and Mr.  Borden with having .plotted last summer to adopt a contribution of cash  or ships as a .permanent- policy, with  centralization in England of-the control,of all naval forces of the-empire.  He -'vehemently declared ,'that -the  prime'minister was.embarking onthe"  same-policy.which lost; Great "Britain  its greatest- possessions, "the American -colonies.." ��������������������������� __:-** ////���������������������������/ V:v- -yy:  ��������������������������� Another-. tirade rfollowed^when'.Dr'.'  K[cely''.declared/ ..that-the Government  ���������������������������-was, reverting' to;conditions . of years  gone' by- when ---their;, forefathers had  b? fig'ht "against, .tyranny. It  '-"I am riot-willing," "he exclaimed",  "to .sell the freedom'of this"country  to .manage" its own" affairs''for any  political expediency or gain." *  ;'The rights of the people," he said/  "to govern themselves .are being- bar-  ered away for "political advantage."  -  Hon. H. R. Emmerson's injudicious  utterances are    causing even his Liberal friends to shake their heads.    In  The cost "of laying down the plant  alone would, at a rough estimate, be  approximately ������������������15,000,000 "and it  could not be ready for four years.  Such an outlay could only be justified on the assumption that Canada  is to keep up a continuous naval  building programme to turn out a  succession of ships after the fashion  of.the largest r shipyards in Great  Britain and Europe."  In a letter to Mr. Borden, dated  Jan. 24th, Mr. 'Ch-urchill refers to the  first cost of the Town class cruisers.  In this letter Mr. Churchill shows  that the cost could not be prudently  estimated at less than 25 or 30 per  cent higher than in 1909-10, when the  Australian agreement was made. ^As  to the cost of manning the" ships and  maintaining them in an efficient manner, he states that it would'be two-  thirds higher 'in Canada than in the  Imperial navy. In this connection  the first lord of the admiralty writes  as follows:  "Apart from the reply to your immediate question, it seems desirable  to'comment on another point. The  admiralty will'of course loyally en:  deavor to facilitate the development  of any practicable naval policy which  may commend "itself to "Canada;-.'-but  the prospects f of their-being able'to'  co-operate to-anyr great extent-in  manning the units is now much less  than it, would" have been" at the time  of the Imperial conference of 1909..  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.-.--__g.  TKEHENRY NBRSERY&SEEB HOUSE  ��������������������������� A. R. MACDOUGALL     '       "  3011 Westminster Rd,VanccuVsr.BX;  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBED  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74^ Enderby.       *.'���������������������������'-  "It must be remembered'that" the  new German " Navy Law has necessi:  tat'ed a- large' increase, in the number  of ships -which* His Majesty's Government must- keep" _in "comruissionSand  all; our-manning, resources -are-no wi  strained to their, utmost :.limits,'-more  especially:.: . as--regards "."'-lieutenants;  specialist .' officers, "and; the "numerous  s^ed -professional Vatings''which "can  not be. improvised of; obtained'except  by years"'of careful training.'---**���������������������������1',.���������������������������".-/  ' "In 1909,"the question turried'Vpon  the "provision'by Canada in-the'Pacific of.. a' ��������������������������� -fleet - corre'sponilirig , to tiia  Australian- fleet \ unit, -involving'an'  initial expenditure estimated' at ������������������3,-  700,000, and maintenance at an - estimated ."cost ;of ������������������600,000-per .annum:  The Canadian;'Government-didrrnot  think this compatible . with their arrangements and suggested* that they  should provide a- limited number* of  cruisers and destroyers which were to'  %  OTHjCt  " 771/11 ;i  ' S, -_ ��������������������������� _, ���������������������������    -.  wuAeJTuXe-  DYOLA  rtV the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  DYE.'one'can buy--Why you don't,even haver to  know what KINDof Cloth yourCoodsfanPrnidej  of.--So Mistakes arc Impossible..-/"."" "-'-'._>--.'-  -.-   Send for Free Color Card, Story Booklet, ������������������ndf  Booklet giving results of Dycins'oWrothcr colon.  ,   pThe'jOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO^ Limited.T-  't i     _'     -Montreal. Canada. ** -   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   .    --    . ,  ���������������������������Xc\  y\  -"���������������������������J*** ./,,    A-  his    speech    Mr.    Emmerson    clearly,     71y -     -  pointed to the ultimate independence T +statlon^dn    the   Pacific and. At-  -.* n .1- -   . iantic.       The    Admiralty   agreed*, to  PaM-op Capital, Reserve Fond 0Q 0*9B AAA  and Undivided Prolirt (Over) ������������������������������������>������������������������������������ * Of Willi  Tot������������������| A-.etS (Over)   $69,000,000  ';.'v'"::3ij|  -- ��������������������������� fl  -��������������������������� ' ���������������������������-- Jzl  ,.-. y,  ���������������������������_:. -,������������������������������������������������������*; I  y- zZ./'--'-?*-:^ I  ;. y /','. /At  . yy-^y-iii  _~>*. r * -^v-.V^I  ---Vr_St"='?_i[  ���������������������������i- .i_hiiL-~____.^tii I  ->"'* y'%-.~.  -_..- J>-lT������������������-lr..-,.-|  -"* - v --,y-  ���������������������������y-zyy*  ~     -   iJ^    s     P---J  -r ^ . - -    ������������������r  ���������������������������"-*/,', ;iz--%p,  ?'->y" V?r������������������--:'  l\-t ,v ���������������������������  ~"yi?m  'f--.' ,-J'"���������������������������'-'-,  -iry-> y.y  \yyk\  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  Hay Land  REAL ESTATE  Fruit Land  Town Loti  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London,  L.n l.n-Liti_asiiif_ Fire [n-'.irance Co.  Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept  The London __ Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY  of Canada.  Replying to some of these wrathful  remarks of the Opposition speakers,  Premier Borden said they had asked  help in the organization and manning  so far as possible. -' Between that  time and 1912 a commencement was  made    with    the   establishment of a  Is recognized to be the strongest built machine  on the market; it will last a lifetime, and will  always do satisfactory work. It is the Typewriter that leads all other in the number of sales.  It should be in every home where there are  growing boys~and girls; familiarity with its use  will   make   them business men   and  women  For Information, apply to  The Walker Press      Enderby, B.C.  ACS I. NTS  of every description executed  neatly and cheap, and with  despatch, at the Walker Press  for the full, text of the memorandum,   Canadian naval    f ��������������������������� '  earlLWH Tl n '"V ^ G������������������V~ threejears only smali progress was*  ernment^thatH;he=OpPos.tion^was=*innr==sr ������������������������������������������������������ :���������������������������^TT- .,' ~. . 7~r���������������������������&������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������a ������������������������������������������������������  ,   ll       ,        ,    c y^iJO&1Llcn was not  made with   the    training  of  recruits  oil. Id  7     ' H?,8aid���������������������������thf1,t heWM  and Cadcts> and    Jt ^ ^ve been  pr pared    to   woalder all the abuse impossible for the 0ana(Uan  Gove_n.  beng heaped    upon   the first lord of ment to man    a 8l    la crujser      The  the   admiralty.     He    had.  as Prime ��������������������������� ���������������������������        .    _  .rin.,, J   ,  .   _.       '  a  77        Provision of    two fleet units consist-  Minister,  requested   Mr.  Churchill to :-- ������������������( h l        ,  trirrr, u'7        ���������������������������������������������    ���������������������������'. mS of th(> most modern ships would  give him specific information, and Mrldiwrt fr������������������m that*   ���������������������������������������������Mcc ���������������������������     * ������������������������������������������������������  /-,i      1 ������������������������������������������������������,,   _   , ,. icuvert 110m their    necessary stations  Churchill had    complied  with  his re-|large  numbers of very'efficient officers  quest.     If the    information  was not aml men which wouH ,have t  m-8upport.of..Jh������������������L..OpPMltlon_naval-by.tho-Admlralty^  policy   it  was    nevertheless reliable.  Anstralian unit stands 0Q e  He had gone to the leading officer of  footlng| ������������������or its estal)li,hmenat ^  Id felt th TT P������������������T       T 7������������������       relieVCS    thc   British    shi^  hitherto  and felt that it vyaa the act of wis- maintalned on the A-U8tralIan statlon  dom to accept    his recommendations thllQ    lllflm inU,      ...      /  -. t-hr.r. 4.u      li ,  _. t'1,ls    ultimately   setting free a con-  rathcr than the    recommendations of Qifinrni,in n���������������������������mi���������������������������    * r     ,-      _  i.,, ���������������������������       ,      , ,.__, siacraole number of men.   Looking to  those   who    knew    little    or nothing n,���������������������������  f l .       ,/.  u ���������������������������+ , ,      .. "^uu"t the far   greater    manning c fficult es  about naval construction. ���������������������������.j,.���������������������������i,        ,        ��������������������������� _    _. .    I which  now    exist   than    formerly  in  -       TT , .      . 1909,  the   establishment of two such  In Hansard is given the full text of  units VOuld   place a strain upon the  the memorandum    which    caased  the  resources ol    the" Admiralty,   which  wrath of   the    Opposition.      It is a  with all the will   in the world,  they  yery modest document,  devoid  of all  could not undertake to meet."  the tyrannical  things the Opposition  has presumed to read-into it.  "The suggestion' that the proposed  battleships    could    be    expeditiously  built in Canada   cannot be based on  full knowledge    of   the question," it  says.     Some of    the difficulties that  wauld    be     encountered     are     then  pointed out,    and   examples    of   the  cost of shipyards capable of handling  dreadnaughts    of    the first rank are  given.  "Taking the above points into consideration it is clear that it would  be.wholly unwise for Canada to attempt to undertake the building of a  battleship at the    present    moment.  Distance is No Barrier?  " against carrying on your-banking ,'.  ;easily   and   conveniently.iyJust ;'"  mail us your grain cheques^'money"'  orders or casli for deposit, your'"  notes or bills ' for "collection, or  your cheques to be cashed, with- -  ���������������������������-.ypj^r-.passbook,_and_we_can_haudle_____  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 Branoii,   W. D. c. CH8ISTIE, Manager  Face  Cre  ams  You will not be bothered with  chapped hands and rough face  caused'.by the March winds if  you keep a bottle of Face  Creams handy.  We have them in  and various preparations. Take  one home with you.  OOOOOOOO^KKMXXKKKKXXXK)  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ClifT St. Enderbr THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 20,1918  I  t\.S\  //���������������������������  fvf  ������������������.'>���������������������������  ���������������������������i,  "-v  PROFESSIONAL   T^NDERBY   COTTAGE HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK. Proprietress  Maternity Fees, 520 per we^k  Fees covering ordinary illnet,9. J2.50 per day.  ENDERBY. B.C.  Advantages of the Enderby  District * Told by Men Who Know  W  ALTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   l'W.I.lC  CONVEYANCER  .erecment.. of Sale.   Deeds & Mortff.in-!*.  Docu-  monts Witneisert.   Loans Neerotiatca  Oflice: Room 2, B������������������U Block. Knderby, B. C.  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Enderby, B.C.  Bell Block  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon. 9 to 10:30  Afternoon. 3 to 4  Evening. 0:S0-to 7:?"  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. ClifT nnd GeorgeSts. ENDERBY  MUSIC  p W. CHAPMAN  ������������������������������������������������������������������������ p. o. Box 139. Enderby.  Visits or receives pupils for Piano, Or_-an, Violin,  Sinking and Theory of Music, Ltc.  Courses for the Canadian   or British Academy  Examinations  GRADUATE NURSE  M  ISS F. PANKHURST  GRADUATE NURSE  Enderby, B. O.  Phone, 331 P. 0. Box 524  POLITICAL  DURING the past season the  Department of Agriculture of  the Province sent Air Wrr*.  Schulmerich, of Hillsboro, Oregon,  through this district to lecture under  the auspices of the various Farmers'  Institutes on the subject of stock  raising. In his lectures at Enderby  and Mara, Mr. Schulmerich paid a  glowing tribute to this section of the  Okanagan Valley. In all of his 28-  years' experience as a stock breeder  and farmer, he said he had not seen  a section of country so well adapted  to stock raising and mixed farming.  He doubted if anything better could  be found anywhere . !He saw growing  here the finest of fruits, the best of  alfalfa and other forage crops, and  vegetables ancl roots and cereals as  good -as can be grown anywhere. It  is simply an ideal spot for the farmer, according to Mr. Schulmerich.  "I do not know of any district in  the United States or Canada more  favored than your valley,"'said he.  "You have such a' variety of soils,  suitable for growing anything, even  subtropical crops. ���������������������������> You have your  benches producing the finest winter  apples, your bottoms for hay, grain,  poultry and stock raising, where alfalfa grows to such perfection and  I clovers are as a weed. You have  your muck soil for vegetables and  celery, and from what I hear, the  finest tobacco in B. C. can be grown  here.  ."Nature has endowed  you with an  abundant   rainfall, ������������������ so   that you  do  not have to irrigate, and you have a  wonderful climate, and a railroad at  your door.  "Gentlemen,    though  you  may  not  know it, you have a paradise here. I  know what a   bush    farm means and  the hard struggle you have had, but,  believe me, thc    time is coming,  and  that shortly,    when  you  are coming  jinto your own.     The Northern Oka-  inagan   Valley,  though   now  comparatively    unknown,    will    be  the most  i famous valley in B. G."  These    words   were   spoken b'y Mr.  Schulmerich  at an Institute meeting  held   here   early    last year,  and the  tone and manner of the speaker conveyed   how    thoroughly convinced he  was in   what   he   had    to say.     He  was  speaking   from  his. twenty-eight  years'   experience as a practical  suc-  ��������������������������� cessful farmer and stock raiser.     He  i was speaking from a thorough knowledge of    men   and    conditions.     He  had - good  reason    to be confident  of  I what he said.  | Grapes, cherries, plums, pears, apples, vegetables, roots, grain, celery,  tobacco and the lugumes can all be  grown here, ancl the abundant rainfall and mild winters make dairying  or any branch of stock raising, industries that are sure of success if  the person engaging in them has any  knowledge at all of them.  For either the man who wishes to  specialize in one branch of agriculture, or to go into mixed farming,  we know of no more suitable district  than the Northern Okanagan.  is held the largest poultry show in  the Interior, which is largely supported by its business men; and here  I think, we have shown it is possible  to raise poultry in the northern end  of the Sunny Okanagan for "Profit,  Prizes and Pleasure."  FRUIT RAISING  IN   MARKET     GARDENING    a  man  who  understands the business can soon    develop a lucrative industry.     An  example of what;years,  fourteen  MAIL CONTRACT!  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to  the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on Fri  day, the 25th April, 1913, for the  conveyance of His Majesty's Mails,  on a proposed Contract for four  times per week each  can be done in this respect is to be  found in the achievements of Mr. F.  Waby. Three years ago Mr. Waby  purchased a    bush   fiat a mile north  way,  between  Station  from  eral's pleasure.  Printed  notices  Enderby  and Railway  tho   Postmaster  Gen-  containing further  of Enderby.     He immediately started ' information as to conditions of pro-  T7WDERBY   CONSERVAPIVL  -W ASSOCIATION  J. I,. RUTTAN,       A. P. CROSSMAN  President. Secretary.  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Communion;  11   "a-m".",    Morning  Prayer;  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer.  REV. M. F. HILTON, Vicar.  ENDERBY METHODIST  CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  ��������������������������� Epworth  League;; Thursday,  8  p.m.,  Prayer Meeting.   A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  REV.  J. G. BROWN,  M.A., Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St. Andrews  Sunday   Services���������������������������IL a.m.  and 7:30  p.m.;  Y.P.S.C.E., Monday,  7:30 p.m.  REV.  D.  CAMPBELL, Pastor.  to clear the land. The following  spring he had a paying crop of vegetables off of one acre of the land.  The next year he had another acre  cleared and planted to strawberries,  and the next season he had four  acres into crop. His crops exceeded  anything he ever had experienced in  all his years^ of market gardening in  England.  "I was a market gardener in England for ten years," said he, "prior  to my coming to B. C. It took me  a considerable time looking around  B. C. for a suitable soil, but I found  what I was looking for at Enderby.  I consider the subsoil and climate  here perfect; also I find a first-class  market, for all manner of vegetables.  Tomatoes and cucumbers ripen out  of doors; while onions are a splendid  paying proposition and do exoeeding-  ; ly well. Potatoes average me eight  ] tons to the acre, and I sell them at  .$20 a ton. Asparagus and celery  also are in great demand; in fact,  there is no vegetable that cannot be  grown here satisfactorily. I had a  third crop of cabbages this year off  of new land (the first season planted)  one of which, planted the first week  in July and pulled the last week in  September, measured 54 inches i  around the" ~ middle. I consider Enderby as a whole far superior to any  place I knew of in England for vegetable growing."  posed Contract may be seen an-"-  ���������������������������blank forms of Tender may be obtained at the Postoffice of Enderby.  B. C.,_and at the office of the Post,  Office Inspector.  Post Office Inspector's Office,  Vancouver,. B.  C,  14th March,  1913.  JOHN R.  GREENFIELD,  Post Office Inspector.  LAND  REGISTRY  ACT  Bank  of Montreal,  Enderby  POULTRY RAISING  By Ii. E.  Waby  FIRST BAPTIST  CHURCH  Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  10 a.m.;   regular    service,  3:30 p.m.;  Prayer service, Wednesday,  7:30 p.m.  REV. B. G.  STEWART, Pastor.  OUR    MOTTO    for   years     has  been,      "Poultry    for    Profit,  Prizes and   Pleasure."      Note  the order in    which the above words  are placed.     We find poultry raising  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Qr  as  a business  every description, can be bought, so  that the breeder does not want for  any of his favorite rations. At Enderby we have a lar/je grist mill  which grinds a balanced ration that  we find gives good results.  Prices to be obtained for eggs and  poultry, of course, enter into a discussion   of    this    kind.     We usually  in the Okanagan can provide a good  aar-g-in-of=pr-ofit^either=as=a-siddine^.lVerage-a*bOUt-30c--t-6=32c=a=dozen=for-  Daily trains both  ways from  Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South  North  bound  STATIONS  bound  read down  read up  fO.05 (Lv)  Sicamous  Jet  (Ar)  1S.00  10.4G  Mara  17.1  11.00  Grindrod  1G.59  11.14  Enderby  1G.44  11.40  Armstrong  1G.15  11.58  Larkin  15.55  12.25  Vcroon  15.30  12.45 (Ar)  Ok. Landing  (Lv) 15.15  H. W. BRODIE            JNO.BURNHAM  Gen. Pas.  Agt.  Agent  Vancouver  Enderby  iAdjj OVER 6B YEARS'  WsmsWat* EXPERIENCE  We ourselves came to British Columbia with some 250 birds of our  three breeds: Barred Rocks, Buff Orpingtons and S. C. Brown Leghorns,  three splendid utility breeds, -which  will produce lots of eggs, and good  table fowl or    broilers.       Coming as  eggs the year around. For three  months this year we were offered 35c  per pound for spring chickens or  broilers. We have repeatedly raised  spring chickens to three pounds at  ten weeks of age: $1.05 every ten  weeks���������������������������not so bad, is it?  There is    an   abundant demand for  Re: Part of the South Wat Quarter of Section M  Township H*. Range 9, West of the Sixth Mt-i-  idian, in the District of Yale, Province oi  Biiti h Columbia.  WHEREAS proof of loss of Certificate of Title  No. 115.7a in the name of Hairy Eutchart to lli>-  above-mentioned property, has been filed in thii  office.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I shall, nt the  expiration of one month from the date of the tirM  publication hereof, is<<iie a duplicate of said Certificate unless in the meantime valid objection L������������������  made to me in writing.  DATED at the Land Registry Oflice at Kamloop:,  this 22nd day of February, A.D., 1913.  C. H.DUNLAP.  District Registrar  LAND  REGISTRY ACT  * I 4>������������������*--*j*^<������������������*-<'-X*������������������>^  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  -   ENDERBY, B. C.  -   Good Rig*.;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams. -  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  the-name of' George Bell, has been  filed in' this office;  NOTICE ' is hereby." given that I  shall, at the expiration 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 mc_ in writing;  Dated this lst day of February A..  D.,-1913.      ' ' .-��������������������������� "   _ ".-     _-.  O.' H.  DUNLAP,  District Registrar.  Auto for Hire  < > Prompt attention to all customers  J.,and-seekers  and  Tourists in-  3 > vited to give us a trial.      ,     .     Jj  . > -  <  0> ������������������^<?.-^<i^&ib<JH^M^^  J.S.J  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. O.   '  we did -from -Manitoba, -where feed-is-good-breeding--stock. - Buildings are  very cheap, we naturally wondered'not an expensive item, as lumber can  whether it could be made to pay and ibe procured cheaper here than in the  buy all our feed. We are so well,prairie provinces,  pleased with the results that we | We have had some of the best, egg  have this fall installed a new 30-foot records here, beating anything we  incubator and brooder house. This 'could make in Manitoba. We think  isn't a novice's superabundance of'tlie climate and, probably, the clover  enthusiasm, but the result of fifteen range has a lot to do with this,  years steady    experience  in  handling Whilo we    do    not    believe in telling  up to 1000 birds at one time.  people   a fortune can be made out of  . de Marks  Designs  .,., -        Copyrights &c  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  onlrklr ascertain our opinion froo whether an  ?! Veiitlon Is probably patentable.   Communion,.  sent froo. Oldestlaoiicy for socurinppateiti.  Patent* taken tbroush Muuu & Co. receive  special notice, without oharge, lathe  Scientific JTmeriean.  A hindsomely illustrated weekly, -truest clr-  mS of any sc&c Journal. 'J '���������������������������������������������tfit  Gumd������������������, $3.7*. ft year, postage prepaid, bold by  all newsd.nlers. _ ..     .  MUNN S Co.3e,Bro,tdway' New YorR  '   Branch Office, &5 r SU W.shln.ton. D. C.  We will   give   the    reader a few of 10������������������ hcns in three years, at the same  our reasons for    being satisfied  with  time> there is a nice margin of profis  conditions in  the  SUNNY Okanagan.  in    the    Enderby   district at present  We mention the word sunny with ex-  Prices of fe������������������d and the prices paid for  tra stress, as   all    who have had ex- e������������������Ss and    fowl.       For    instance,  we  Iperience in poultry raising will know  fiSlire $1-65 to $1.80 per hen per year  | the value   of    thc   sunny conditions. |feetl cost.     A good hen should lay at  I Here we have very little cloudy, wet'least  12    dozen    eggs    per   year:   U  weather.       Grass   hoppers and   bugs  (1������������������zen    eggs    at    30c���������������������������$3.60,  for e.ggs  of all    kinds,   which   fowl thrive on,  alone at store prices, saying nothing  are here in abundance; lots of limejof increase or fancy and breeding  in parts; good gravelly soil can be {stock sokl ������������������s breeders or exhibition  had; and, one of the most important  Dm*!9-  of all cheap feeds, clover and alfalfa,  will grow anywhere in abundance.  All the different poultry foods and  supplies  are    carried    in  stock;   beef  Poultry and fruit go well together,  and this district is well adapted for  both.  Last,  but not least,  we would like  scrap,    ground    bone,    and    grain  of  to mention the fact that at Enderby  Make  up a  list   of  what  \ ou  want and  let us figure en 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  Hardware m  mMjmHmti&Jwmmiim  K-,  \ ���������������������������Stf t  !  _>*  0  Thursday, March 20,1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre.- Not more than 2,560 acres  will be, leased to ono applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made ��������������������������� by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in ua-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be acton������������������-  panied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  _iot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating tha mine shall  furnish the Agent' with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty" thereon. It the coal mining  rights are not being operated, auch  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of |10.00 an acre  Por   full     information   application  should be made   to the Secretary of  "the Department   of,the loterier, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  -     W, W. CORY,  " Deputy Minister of the -Interior."  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized   publication   of"  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re. Lots.l8*&: 19, Block-8, Map'211A/  ���������������������������  City!, of..Enderby:.,   ; .".      "'..   -*'    _.  WHEREAS_proof.of loss of.Certificate'"of Title "No. 13383a" of the'above'  -named - property,-' issued in the name  of Andrew'Amos Faulkner, has been  filed in .this office;" '"_*���������������������������.  NOTICE   is' hereby    given   that_I  "shall, at "the'expiration "of one month  from the    date   of    first publication  hereof issue a. duplicate of said Cer-  ��������������������������� tificate of Title   unless in' the meantime valid objection   be made to me  "in writing. -" <  Dated this lst day of February,1913  C.-H.-DUNLAP, "'       '.  District1 Registrar.   __._  )  1^  Acting Mayor Worthington Writes  re. the Cemetery Site Purchase  Editor The Enderby Press: | up on a basis   that   will ensure our  Dear Sir:       Would you kindly give  having   a-  cemetery    which all may  space in your    next issue (in its era-  take pride in..      It    was only a few  in Manitoba,    Saskatchewan and Al-;tirety) for a reply to your criticism years ag.o that a committee appointed  v,er.tLa__'t5emYu.r������������������?J    Territory^ ^thejof tue purchase of a Cemetery site by j by the Oity   'Council    examined this  the City Council, and allow me to'same property with a view to ac-  point out that your report of meet-j quiring it for a cemetery. The coming held March 5th is not correct, j mittee then reported unfavorably,  Your report reads that "Acting Ma- and the matter was dropped. That  yor Worthington stated that he had was in June, 1905, when the corn-  closed the deal with Mr. Williams." , mittee had every opportunity to  No such statement as this is in the study the ground 'and conditions,  minutes of the meeting, but at,, the Mr. Kenny and Mr. Bradley were on  previous meeting the Council decided the committee having it in hand. We  to purchase the property by a un- have tramped the property over, and  animous vote, after hearing the re-, know it fairly well. It is bench  port of a Committee appointed to bush land, but when cleared, should,  deal with this matter, subject to the as Mr. Worthington indicates", make  approval of the Provincial Board of an ideal spot for the" purpose. We  Health. I draw your attention to never, could understand what the fortius for just the same reason I asked naer committee found against.it. It  Mayor Ruttan not to put me on the, is.probable they took a pick and  committee mentioned above. Many shovel along and, did some digging,  people are aware that I am a part-1 We regret ��������������������������� that Mr. Worthington  ner in other properties with the ven- should <have taken tbe wrong view of  dor of the site, but have never,had ; our kindly disposed criticism. He  any interest with him in the pro- jnas brought into the" question a  pos-ed cemetery site," nor have I re- thought entirely foreign to anything  ceived any reward in connection with jwe ever had in mind. One would be  the sale of same, and I bring this toled to believe he was .taking part in  your notice in case a connection may the debate on ' the naval, question,  be drawn between your stating "I I We are sure it has never entered the  had closed the deal" and the anxiety I'mind of anyone that there .was any  you say the Council showed in secur- j collusion in the purchase of the prop-  ing the Williams'site.        n jerty, and we are sorry Mr. Worthing-  Now as'to your critique. It reads, -ton has felt it necessary to make the  "Judging from the minutes of the statement he' does covering this  last two meetings of the City Coun- Point, as we feel-sure,it was entirely  cil, ^ it would appear thatt the" Council uncalled for. We have given a' dear  in its anxiety to make sure of secur- account of all the doings of-the City  Ing the Williams', site for a cemetery Council covering -the purchase of this  is forgetting its business acumen." land from the timeut was first intro-  The contrary _is the case; we are de- duced. In our, issue "of February 27  veloping. We have found (thanks to we. told of the' committee reporting  a hint Irom Dr; Keith) what.-former.favorably"on this- site and-unfavof..  Councils looked for in vain,-and have ably, on',the - site, "adjoining���������������������������three  purchased "for-a -low'figure the best, acres, :'���������������������������;��������������������������� arid / of": the. decisian.'cf f-the  cemetery''site in the-district, carrying Council/ to i purchase -\.the "'Williams'  an equity'.in /a-"water:record'>-i _Had site.'iand - of / the\ -'**instructions -given  we "gone about _iV sis.-yi'our critic ;sug- -the .City Clerk--.to. ..take the :necessary  gesits and"as_:ed for -a three-month's- steps to ".get-, the. sanction -of the' Pro-  option, your' Council would have vincial Board-of Health "and to com-  still been: sat looking wise and .won- Plete the purchase. -"' Then "again, on  dering^where^ they could get a ceme- March :6th- we - said: y/7i":T' '"V- Xj~'r-  tery. - Do you "really think _the ven-', "T,h��������������������������� "Provincial Board-.of Health  dor would have given a three-months " this week'approved-"the-site-selected'  option at the -price .$1000 for eight by-the City��������������������������� Council/for-a "cemetery,  acres, while adjoining property/is and" the deal -for.',the-property.-has  quoted at $300 per acre. - been .closed .with'-Jlr. _.Williams.'".This  . We "are quite aware that buying -a property r is-, located barely'one mile  piece of ground does- not make V north of'Enderby, and .when "cleared  cemetery.; ., The property is "not in and Put into shape for the purpose  bush, and itis^ the intention of the ,wil1 make an ideal sPot-"< ��������������������������� -  Council as soon "as bhe snow is off to 1- We'then stated what was an actual  have    a   competent .engineer on:the  fact-     As SOOQ as word was received  H_- ,-.      .      ��������������������������� .-. job, not to clear eight acres" of ��������������������������� bush-" tror?- Victoria, approving "the selec-  TTA11  .    - land patch, by patch as occasion re"-tion' ActinS Mayor Worthington ful-  V t/LA "'   1uires- as you state, but to lay out filled-the   duties   of  .his    office and  t/ ' _ about three   acres   in-'plots,  record "dosed the   deal   with ; Jlr.'Williams-.  same, try and save, as many trees as In ^ absence of the Mavor> he was  possible,'and "avoid all the troubles the only Person wn������������������ ccMld do so. At  you enumerate, for I can assure, you the meetinS of the Council on March  we fully realize that "most people 5th he reported that he had done so^  .would-object-strenuousir'ttrthin^^ action  of having interments ma'de. in a little if any confirmation were necessary.  patch of clearing in the woods." In whv auy������������������ne should read into these  short, to provide such a cemetery clearly ,stated (lict3 anything savor-  that you and I and the public gen- ing of Personal Interest, ���������������������������'������������������ stated by  erally will look forward with pleas- Mr> Worthington, .we cannot u.vler-  ure to the time when our bodies will stand- So far as we nrQ concerned  be laid to rest amidst its,,picturesque we had no thouSht of 3Uch * lhii,������������������-  surroundings. As to the question of 0ur first kn������������������wledge of ^ ''ame in  voting the_raoney;__why-d0-you pre:-,Mr.. Worthington's letter���������������������������We-dirt not  judicate? Do you know of anyone even knoW that Mr' .w������������������rthin-tljn and  not anxious to have a cemetery? I Mr- Williams were associated in any  do not, and I am fairly well ac-.ofcher Pr0Perty interest. The only  quainted. Why dig up the recre--'point we wishcd to emphasize in our  ation ground question? I comment was    the   unwise policy of  I believe public bodies should wel-ibuying the Pr������������������Perty until  the whole  come fair criticism, when actuated by ,'matter had been   P'Ut up to the pe������������������"  a sense of public duty, but this time 'ple and tbey had paSSed upon lL  Brother, are not you barking up the'   Mr'   w������������������rthinSton is <luite correct  in  wrong tree ?     Faithfully yours,  HUGH H.  WORTHINGTON.  A. MUNRO & CO.'S  Millinery Department .   . Armstrong  MRS. G. WATSON, LATE OF SEATTLE, IS I N CHARGE. HER  TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE IN THE FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY  HOUSES OF CHICAGO AND CLEVELAND, U. S. A., TOGETHER  WITH OUR DIRECT IMPORT FACILITIES,-  JIAKES   POSSIBLE    A  ������������������ _ '  SHOWING OF SKILLFUL  CREATIONS IN THE���������������������������  Latest  Millinery  Modes  At Moderate Prices  We are also giving special attention to Ladies   wishing to have their  bats remodelled or retrimmed at   reasonable charge.. " " ,  .A  VARIETY OF   DAINTY HATS FOR CHILDREN AT 50c, 75c,'$1.00 ���������������������������_  $1.25, Etc. ".'���������������������������--  r- - V i  Hats sent express paid'to. Enderby, Mara, Etc. . Terms, Cash with order -,.- ,;  -   !���������������������������-.     ���������������������������*<'-  Made in bur, own ,  workroom, - to ad-,  vertise this "dept:,;  .sold at low price of  ���������������������������"' r<l  x&  .'-. .,-'5?'  A. Muiirc> & Go:AMstr^ffipiS  Z-    ---\--rz-- y'- -,\- -''-.; f r X.  .-' .-   -   ~ j,.1.*) Zr\.- -:���������������������������-������������������ ji,-~ ,* ~-s->..-,'--?-?~y-r ,tiz-n--i������������������$ "*-%\  >    "."    -"-..!���������������������������'    I,',,../-   .  -,    '.,  ' -y,-.-*,--���������������������������     ���������������������������    .       ***. '������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������"   '     "-'">   '-���������������������������   ~   .'__    '.V -***     -'   '������������������������������������������������������ i--~  -j~- xv.-re-'-'sFf-iid  y��������������������������� yz.:.tf-\  *j/j-M  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of the Mara Dii-  triet ia now out.. GET- ONE,  -GhasrW: tittle  Eldernell Orchard, Mara,B.C.  L  v  fi  INCANDESCENT  You all know what the WELLS-  BACK MANTLE did for lighting. It  increased the quantity and quality  and reduced the cost. Our lamps  burn coal oil, use the mantle and  give 60 and 80 c.p. white light. Superior to the electric light and  cheaper.     Write for catalogue.  BERNARD  ROSOMAN,  Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  Agent for The    Mantle Lamp Co. of  America, Winnipeg.  WHY NOT BUY  YOUR SETTING EGGS AT  HOME?  Pen 3 layinjrutrain, pedigreed and bred fori, years  for egjrs alone, $5,000: Mothers of the contest  pullets now at Victoria. Pen 4, ten pullets, full  listen to pen in content, $4,00 per set. Pen 5,  ordinary, J2.00 per setting. Order early, inquiries  coming by every mail.  H.E. WABY, BNDERBY, B.C.  (We are pleased to publish this letter from Brother Worthington. If  we are to judge from its contents,  we have not "barked up the wrong  tree." Our comment relating to the  purchase of the cemetery site was intended purely in the light of compliance with a public duty. We believe it is poor policy to borrow  money from- the bank against the  credit of the^ general revenue to purchase something, however good, that  has not yet been passed upon by the  ratepayers. It is not a safe policy  to pursue, though in this case we  hope and believe good will result, if  the Council brings before the people  a properly planned   proposition put  stating that the minutes do not contain the exact words expressed by us  reporting the meeting. He is not  correct, however, in stating that we  did not correctly report the proceedings. His contention seems to be  based upon a quibble, and is misleading.     Our report read:  "Acting Mayor Worthington stated  that he had closed the deal with Mr.  Williams, and had instructed that a  deed of the land be prepared. Arrangements were to be made with the  Bank of Montreal for the cash to  make the purchase."  The actual reading of the minutes  is as follows:  "His Worship, the acting mayor,  reported- that steps had been taken  to obtain a deed to the land in question "'  A distinction if not a difference.  '.. 7z..'   Enderby, British Columbia /_���������������������������_.. ^-Xv'  DON'T you wish you had bought land, years ago. . What would you;  be worth now ?. Should a railway survey come-into. Enderby this  summer prices would jump "50 per cent.'  W6uld.it not be wise to  invest now.   See us, we.have propositions that .will interest you  '���������������������������"':- ���������������������������".     FARMERS '";.."'���������������������������-.-*"'*"  You cannot make your farm pay unless you.cultivate it properly;-  We can .supply you with IMPLEMENTS of all kinds at prices that-  you can'tbeat anywhere else.; Come ;in:.arid have a look. , Show-'  rooms opposite Furniture Store. ''JJ y-"-' "-'       .'     *  NORTHERN OKANAGAN LAND. CO.  *- ~^~'Z.~.  E NDERBY  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and'are eepecial-  ly suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are in splendid condition for planting. '. ' =������������������������������������������������������   An experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or brchar. 'vill be planted and cared for at a  moderate charge.  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lota ..r now on the markit *t /176  per acre.  Get in on the first block and make money on tbe advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.      '  A MUSICAL TRIUMPH!  U.EDISON BLUE AMBEROL RECORD  Over 300, Grand Opera, Concert, and regular records arrived  this week.   Call, and let us play them for you.  THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE  Is another TRIUMPH we would like to demonstrate. It is the  best thought of man in the way of a Sewing Machine. Come,  and let us prove it to you.  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  Asrent also fer Church and Parlor Organ*  Also Fire and Life Insurance  Oflice in brick block opp. The Walker Presa.  J. E. CRANE,  Enderby Ae������������������ot THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, Mardi 20,1913  V (  WANT ADS  ��������������������������� ���������������������������     o      -  FOR SALE���������������������������Baled oat hay, $10, few  tons left; wheat sheaves, 2c sheaf;  potatoes, $10 ton. Hazelmere  Ranch,  Grindrod.  WANTED��������������������������� A man experienced in  milking cows and making butter.  Good wages. G. B. Wallace, Box  520,  Armstrong, B.C. m20-2t  EGGS FOR HATCHING���������������������������Carefully  selected ^utility stock; Black Minorcas; ?1.00*-for setting of 13. Also  duck eggs; $1 for setting of 11.  Address, Mrs. John McKay, Water-1  side Ranch,  Enderby. ��������������������������� ml3-6t  i  _xx:  FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD  LO, THE POOR INDIAN  THIRTY DOLLARS PER ACRE���������������������������80  acres unimproved land; easily Okanagan  cleared, and well watered by small  -Lake. Two miles from town; Government road along west boundary.  Apply owner, James Ellison, Lake-  view,  Enderby. m20-4t  EGGS FOR SETTING���������������������������From purebred S. S'. Hamburgs; at $1.50 per  setting ,of 13. Mrs. J. A. Miller,  Stanley St., Enderby, B. C.   m20_t  i Editor The Enderby Press:  I Dear Sir: I was pleased to see in  your last issue a timely and pertinent article on Indian affairs in our  ���������������������������immediate vicinity. Whilst heartily  endorsing all the views expressed regarding the condition of the native  on the Reserve Midens, kindly allow  me to correct a few of your errors in  tribal distinctions.  The Indians in the vicinity of Enderby are the Spallumcheen Band,  entirely distinct from the Okanagan  band, who are located at the head of  Lake and other points.  The Okanagan Band are almost an  extinct people, but a handful of  them left. Their reserves consist of  some 30,000 acres approximately.  Their larger reserve adjoins the Spallumcheen reserve at Salmon River,  and consists of 25,000 acres in one  block.      - '  The Spallumcheen band, at Enderby  have    reserves   at    Enderby of 5,625  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� "iacres;  Salmon River 3,853 acres,  and  CLEANING, PRESSING & REPAIR-1 Sicamous, 201 acres, giving these  ing, plain sewing, dressmaking.Miss; people a totai of 11479 acres. The  Airth has opened a sewing room in j okanagan reserve, as before stated,  th'e building formerly occupied by ! comprises 30,000 acres, or a total be-  The Walker Press,.   Enderby, where ' tween these two bands of 4^479 acreB  of land. Of the Okanagan band I  doubt if there are 50 souls all told  who have   any   right    to live on the  she will be   pleased to meet all desiring her services.  SUIT CLEANED &.PRESSED���������������������������Now  the time to - get it done. Orders  promptly executed. Rosoman ft  Gildemeester, ladies' tailoring and  Dressmaking Parlors,*��������������������������� Clifl street,  next J. W. Evans & Son's. Repair- Itownsfolki  ing a specialty. j  FOR    SALE���������������������������Rough    and    dimension  . lumber.      At mill or delivered.   A.  Tomkinson, Enderby.  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  -. cwide  experience,    has  removed  her  dressmaking   parlors   to   the Mat-  . thews..house,  on    Clifl Sti, west of  - George. / ,.  Normaii Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in  Windows, Doors, Turnings,  arid -all    factory - work.   Rubberoid  ��������������������������� Roofing, Screen D.oors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  1 reserve. Of the Spallumchecns not  lover 25 in all. Thus you will see  j that it is not the Indian to the man-  !ner born that .confines and prevents  , the expansion of your energetic  but a gang of intrusive  Shuswaps, from the Shuswap reserve,  from Kootenay, from Nicola, and the  South. I might remark that it is  the intruders who are mainly responsible for most of the unsatisfactory  conditions existing.  These poor people cannot make  much headway or improve their temporal conditions, but they can pray  like "the devil on a sick bed.  ��������������������������� - CLINT HILL.  Note:- The son of Chief Edward;  Enderby reserve, went to the penitentiary, voluntarily pleading guilty  to the charge of 'stealing a horse,  which he -did1 not steal, refusing th'e  services of a lawyer which I offered  to provide for him, for the reason  that he thought he might learn to  read arid write in the penitentiary.  Wc represent S. C.  SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell  Street        - Enderby.  RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION  According to the reports of the  Forestry branch officials, there are at  present no fewer than 1,890 miles of  railway now in the building within  British Columbia, all but 600 miles of  HOUSE OF HOBBERLIN  Our desire is to have every man in Enderby dressed in style this, summer, whether he is young, middle-aged or up in years.   We have styles  ��������������������������� and..clothes-for_every__age  -    . The manager, of our Gent's Furnishings Department has had over  Fifteen years' experience in this line, during which time he has taken  over three hundred suit measurements and has never had one suit returned on accouot of a misfit.  THE REASON-WHY WE CAN SELL YOU A MADE-TO-ORDER SUIT  CHEAPER THAN A READY-MADE SUIT OF THE SAME QUALITY:  A made-to-order suit is a quick turn-over, with no expense attached to  it whatever. On the othir hand, take a ready-made suit, say costing  _$20.00 wholesale,.figure_moncy.at_8.per_cent. .and. a. siiit_.lying.in stock  for ten-years, figure insurance, light, beating, salaries, etc., on, and  you can plainly see" the weight of our argument.  Drop in when not' busy and have a look through our book  of samples.  DILL   BROS.  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 thc Okanagan Electoral District  this  work    being   under     Provincial  jurisdiction exclusively.     As for the  new national   roads    under construction through the province���������������������������the Grand  Trunk Pacific and the Kootenay Central���������������������������it  is    a   satisfactory   condition  that insofar as    forest protection is  concerned,  the constructive activities  of their   builders   are by mutual arrangement brought as completely under    Provincial    regulations    as    are  those of the strictly Provincial lines.  "This is brought   about," says the  Victoria Colonist,  "by the fact that  these  railway    companies  applied  to  the Crown as   represented in and by  thc Provincial  Government for  right  to cut Crown timber for construction  purposes,  and   when    this right"- was  given  it was made conditional upon  the    companies    subscribing    to  and  complying with   all the special regulations    governing   the   construction  and operation   of    railways in B.  C.  insofar as forest   protection  is affected/'  GROCERY   SPECIALS  20 lbs. Granulated Sugar .       .       $1.35  Sack Moffets Best     .... 1.75  Stevens Pickles .... .35  Oranges, Lemons, and Bananas, per doz.     .40  Specials in other lines in our Grocery department.  Come in, and take advantage of them  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B. C.  THE NATIONAL    MENACE  Great Britain is spending on her  fleet this year $30,000,000 more than  three years ago, and $52,500,000  more than four years ago. The estimated amount asked for to be appropriated this year for expenditure on  the army is $141,100,000, against  $139,300,000 last year. The sum of  $1,170,000 is to be devoted to aviation.  To-morrow is Good Friday. As is  customary, services will be held in  St. George's church, morning and  evening.  'THE   CRUCIFIXION  To-morrow evening (Good- Friday),  J. Stainer's masterpiece "The Crucifixion," will be sung in the Presbyterian church by a choir of 20 voices  under the baton of Mr.. Chapman.  Everybody is invited to "attend. No  charge will be made, but a collection  will be taken to defray expenses.  Okanagan Conservative  Association  A-MEETING OF THIS ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, THE 22ND INST., IN THE OPERA HOUSE, VERNON, AT ONE  O'CLOCK P. M. DELEGATES FROM THE LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS  ARE URGENTLY REQUESTED TO BG PRESENT.  HUGH A. HEGGIE,      Barrister, Vernon,  Secretary.  1913  Gives promise of being the most prosperous year in  the history of  ENDERBY  By purchasing Real Estate in this district you are assured of a  sound investment and value for your money.   \  We have a number of A 1 propositions.  Write for particulars, it is no trouble to answer questions.  H. W. Harvey  Real Estate Broker.  Agent  -   - Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Office Block, Enderby  For Easter Wear  EVERY LADY LIKES HER WEARING APPAREL TO  BE EXCLUSIVE IN STYLE AND DESIGN, AND ",T���������������������������H E  QUALITY STORE" OF THE INTERIOR OF B.C.  IS THE   ONE IN WHICH TO OBTAIN SUCH.  ."-'i  OUR SELECTIONS ARE LARGER, BUT NOT ONE OF  'OUR SUITS, DRESSES OR HATS ARE DUPLICATED, SO  THAT ANY LADY IN ENDERBY COULD PURCHASE HER  WEARABLES FROM US AND REST CONTENT THAT NOT  ANY OTHER SIMILAR ARTICLE WILL THERE BE IN  THE WHOLE OF THE OKANAGAN VALLEY.  WE  SPECIALIZE IN  STYLE,    EXCLUSIVENESS  AND  VALUE.  BOUGHT FROM THE VERY BEST MAKERS IN NEW  YORK, LONDON AND PARIS, OUR SUITS, SILK GOWNS,  SPRING COATS, EASTER HATS, WAISTS, SKIRTS, Etc.  ARE THE MOST STYISH AND BEWITCHINGLY  PRETTY IT WAS POSSIBLE TO PROCURE,. AND  WHEN YOU SEE THE GOODS AND THE PRICES OF  SAME, YOU WILL DECIDE TO BUY ONLY AT "THE  QUALITY      STORE."  Afternoon Tea 3 to 5 p.m. Free  f  -A  }  THE HUDSON'S  BARNARD   AVENUE  VERNON,   B.C.  " The Seal of Quality."


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