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 I  : 1  ft'  }'  j!    I  lit--.  Y/  Enderby, B. C,  April 3. 1913  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  ,:Vol. 6; No. 5; Whole No.,265  Local News of First Interest to Readers at Home and Away  Wm. Elson returned from Vancouver this week.  Do not waste the good work in the  garden by planting poor seed.  Neighborhood opinion makes a  slave of too many a good man.  A1 new semaphore was placed in position at .the station the past week.  C., G. Piper' is , erecting a cottage  on his Knight street lots. Blanchard  & English .have the contract.  , Mr. and Mrs. A. Matley and children arrived on March 30th from the  Northwest, to reside at Enderby.  ��������������������������� J. -E. . Doerflinger is now making  big improvements to the interior of  his bakery and ice cream and tea  parlor/  Wm. Woods has concluded to cleani  out his dry goods stock, and is making prices that    will move the stock-  - quickly.  t, A meeting of the Hospital Auxil-;  iary will be held at" the home ,of Mrs.  - Lemke this (Thursday) afternoon, at  3:30" o'clock.   :r:'':XX[ '    '':;---"'"-'  ~ / -Those elected-to act as elders in the'  Presbyterian church .will' be ordained  vto"th'at office , next .-'Sunday morning  at^the regular service.        -,   ���������������������������  ;    The'Kelowna Dramatic Society, are  intending to present' their great success/ "Charlie's    Aunt,"'.in the' Enderby Opera,House, Monday, April i:  Mara,is to . have   a'station agent,  with  telegraph    and ��������������������������� express  offices.  -The appointment    will    be made and'  instrument    installed    in   the   ' near  future. .      ' "  frSand is-being hauled on the Poison  peoperty, corner of .Cliff.-and Belvedere streets for the new. block for the  Poison Mercantile - Company to be  erected "there. - > "*'  v Postmaster Harvey added a nest of  sixty new boxes in the postoffice the  past week; also a 'new money, order  wicket, the latter from the cabinet  shop of Norman Grant.  mar-  ever  off.  The picture show Tuesday evening  was one of exceptional merit, but on  this occasion the house was small.  The managers are doing all, they can  to give only the best films obtainable in the hope of getting better  patronage from the public. ,  H. W. Harvey is this week putting  the   Riverdale   "sub-division    on   the  market.     It is divided into ten-acre  blocks, and is one    of the best  ket-gardening    propositions  ered .in the= district.   Each block has  a river frontage    and the soil is the !-.  finest, and only   a^mile or two from  town..  A meeting to form a local Jeotball  club will be held. in the Enderby Hotel, on Thursday, April 3rd, at'8 p.m.  All interested please attend to ensure a successful season. ' A league  may.be formed- in the north,end-of  ,the valley which the local, club ciight-  join. \     >'��������������������������� -���������������������������*   /' -     -   -    ''���������������������������.-'.',  .The meeting "of the fruit-growers' to  hear .MrVf-Robertson " on' the question  .;       __ l       . r<: '     . -,      -     _ _      _  of (organization,-particulars' of; which  are ..'given in a" letter- from-Mr. Scott,���������������������������  Deputy Minister, of Agriculture," elsewhere ��������������������������� in ��������������������������� this - issue,7. will ��������������������������� be held. in  k/of*'Py'Hall on "the''evening of the  17th instf. '"������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������' - /; *.."-* .-.-' y' v  FARMERS'  INSTITUTE    MEETING i in which he stated that he might be developments on    his property.     He   , I found dead any   day owing to heart  A meeting of the Northern Okana-  weakness, and further   detailed what  gan Farmers'    Institute   was held in  should be done and how to go about  it.     It is the  cate  with  upon  one of his  son's intention to'lo-  the    father's homestead,  -brothers, and carry  on the work started by the father.  Prior to coming    to the west,, Mr.  _>  K. of P. hall Wednesday afternoon to  discuss the matter of purchase of  pure blooded breeding animals under  the conditions suggested by the Government and which were explained in  ;these columns last week. After a,McDonald was sheriff of Owen Sound,  ; lengthy discussion it was decided to j where "he left bis ' family some 10  take nonaction" in the matter-until years ago. He was ' that type of  certain conditions which were not! man that is more at home in the free  made clear had been explained. A | open atmosphere^of the west'than .in  vote of-the meeting showed a large* the pampered ������������������������������������������������������ fetid surroundings of  majority of those present in favor of i the cent belt.     Manager Stevens, of  Manager' .Stevens  mill... will',-, be  saw  ***  hauled and. in readiness  The attention of all pole contractors is   directed   to the    call   or tenders for poles   to be supplied to the  Oity of Vernon, which appears in the  "supplement of this issue of the Press.  Mrs. F. V. Moffet desires to thank  the ladies of Enderby who so generously assisted in thc charity tea giv-  __en_at her home last-Thursday.in-aid  of three orphan children. The little  ones were fitted out most completely.  Mayor ��������������������������� Ruttan/returned from Fort  Fraser last Sunday, and is busy this  week getting a line on men and material for the early commencement of  construction work on the new school  building; also on the public work to  be' undertaken by the City.  Mrs. Livingston, organizer for the  W. C. T. U., will address a meeting  next Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock,  at the close of the regular church  services in the Presbyterian ohurch.  All interested in any of the lines of  work of this organization are invited  to be present.  The frame work was taken away  from the cement foundation walls of  the school building the past week by  Messrs. Blanchard & Englsih, and the  walls are shown most perefctly laid  .And exceptionally well set. Last  fall when the cement work was done,  the weather was most favorable for  this class of work, and the results  are clearly demonstrated in the walls  as they now stand.  states - that the  completely over-  to begin the  season's cut by Monday' ot Tuesday  of next, week, but that owing to the  unusual low water in the river, the  saws will not be .-started for a week  or ten days.  , "-  A grand Orange celebration will be  held at ��������������������������� Enderby July 12th. There  will be visiting lodges" from ;all Okanagan points and also from'the main  line from Kamloops to Golden. In  view" of this celebration, the suggestion has been made that the usual  24th of May celebration be deferred  and,combine the two in one. The  proposition has   riot been considered  Ayrshires, the result bdkig, for Ayr-  shires 26, for Holsteins G, for Jersey  1. --A request was made that the Department send an expert acquainted  with' the operation of .the policy" to"  make clear the.- points not now understood. ���������������������������'' ��������������������������� 'v: /*-- ^  The'Tpoints which tbe Institute desires light upon are, those iif-connec-,  tion with the incorporation of.* the  Institute' under -'the - new/act/,which  would .enable; them, to'become/a limited liability/company:, It" "seemed to  be the sense- of the meeting that;to  incorporate" under Hhis" law- would" en-,  able them' ; to/purchase stock, and;  handle the sires as a company propo  sition.    ,     "       ' r  -I       - '   -.   .  the Okanagan Saw Mills, for' whom  Mr. ^McDonald was trusty, man at the  Company's, "warehouse ���������������������������on the lake,  says that in.the six years .he. had  known him'���������������������������-he never found a weakness in the* old gentleman's character  a-nd he .considered him" a man of sterling worth-; ; and ** as' honest; arid "dependable as the-day is"long/"   *' '  ,"/  VERY ^PLEASANT.',.WHIST DRIVE  was one of the   prime'movers in the  application made to the Government  at that time for the opening of the  short road to Deep Creek, and at the' ;  same time   giving   Glen Mary better   ���������������������������  road facilities.       Mr.   Barnum went,  direct to the Department in.the mat-   -  ter, and was, given   the assurance,of  the matter being 'attended to"inVac-  cordance with   the petition then pre- ' '  sented" provided   the grade" was,feas-,.  ible. '_' The-Deputy Minister also sta/.,.  ted, that    he ~ would -be in; Enderby"-'.  about- the end   of   March arid Iwould   *  then' go into' the    matter. "mo're\fully---.,  in conjunction    with Mr. "Lang, road .'  superintendent,    and1-  the  committee/"''  acting for_the petitioners'. , .Mr."Bar-- '  nuria returned' to Enderby.to be pres-,--.  ent "atr the conference!"    Mr.'Poster!is'//  expected to.be"in Enderby sometime y  this week. - " ��������������������������� ";,"/-.** " .'"'ry  -  -I    i"rm  'j1-. a;;  - ?lV.  ' CHARLEY.' S^AUNT.;'j~l/  ���������������������������--,... ? .        -,..'        <������������������j.-S*f'--  BURIED  AT  LANSDOWNE  The friends of Robert McDonald received word - from the relatives of  the . deceased to bury , the" remains  here, and interment took place-last  Thursday morning from the Pfesby-1  terian    church, r Rev.    Mr!  Campbell I gent-Iemen's' Mr  /The.whist drive"given"byth'6 ~^dies  of* St. George's"/ Woman's' Auxiliary,'  last Wednesday evening in K.' of P."  Hall^'was-a -great jsuccess,. socially*  and-financially, and/a; most''credit-;  able' affair . to the President, Mrs.*  .Hilton, and ladies assisting.'.Upwards of 70 , people" were present. A  new' feature was introduced during  the evening, in the sale of "dainty  baskets of candies at the -tables.  We. have, been   .requested  'to state  that   -the    prize    winners', were:   lst  ladies', 'Mrs. Mann (145) cushion; 1st  Gosnell (148) play-  ->-;,*- y- _-,-, v~-,4 .  __"~tf_���������������������������5_r!*!iyl  V ".7,- i%'r\ "_3_*"**_"  yi yif-^X-pi-fl  _.rJ-*-__3t������������������f_^jS^f I  "'/ifSfS.!  f_7-The-;Kelqwna~f Musics: & 'Dramatic  S ocietjr.. will, present\that^ ever {popu/^Y.f^Sifelt  lar comedy, '/Charley's.'Aunt/'-.^^  Clnura     MnilOO      ' novt      -*1W^������������������rirJo.T  -nmninnr."*'   ���������������������������'-   ,'?'.V_   1  iir^pauiic meeting as yet. If such an  arrangement is not made, it is high  time something be done in the matter of May 24th.  METHODIST ANNIVERSARY  Last Sunday the Enderby Methodist church    celebrated its third an-  ni.ve������������������sary. Themorning .and.evening  services were well attended, and the  occasion was one of the plcasantest  the church has known. Rev. J. A.  Davidson, of Kelowna, preached at  both services, with thc pastor, Rev.  Mr. Brown in charge.  The church was crowded at the evening service, when the Armstrong  quartette and Mr. Turner, thc latter  a professional singer recently from  the Old Land and one of marvelous  execution and sweet voice, assisted in  the singing. The latter's solos were  deeply appreciated by the large congregation, which were given with a  fullness and delicacy seldom heard in  even the largest tabernacles.  officJatihg,- the"bririal" being in charge  lng cards;   2nd    ladies'  of Undertaker English, of the firm of  Blanchard & English.  Jack McDonald, son of the deceased  came in from Vancouver later in the  day and took charge of his father's  estate. In his cabin on Mabel Lake  the son found a letter written by~Mr.  McDonald=the=day-=before=his-=sudden=  death, to one of the boys in the east  (144)  photo  (146) book.  frame;   2nd  Mrs. ��������������������������� Mills  gentlemen's  ENCOURAGING DEVELOPMENT.  A: W. Barnum  from the coast,  purchaser of the  came    in this week  Mr.  old  Barnum  Skeeles'  is the  in the GlerfTVlary  week or two   ago  place,  Opera House  ��������������������������� next - Moriday_;evenirig,^v  April 7th.;���������������������������" This"v;rv amusing farci-I '"'"/'.  ca,r"comedy ���������������������������- is-; guaranteed/,to'jmove-/y)>  the most ,'sober-minded to laughter.'//t.'  The Kelowna Courier' says it^is 'lian'/*"'' --/.  died-very/ "smoothly-" -from -st'artHo-' A:*  finish.     * "While   acknowledging   the'" '   /  histrionic abilities  'possessed, by the . ������������������������������������������������������*-'<-���������������������������  local ' amateurs   taking " part,'-'- con-" - f \  tinues the Courier,- "the guidance and" * ,",F  experience of    a   professional rnaster, /';-'  hand.was clearly-apparent, and/Mr.      ...  A. L. So'ames is .to be congratulated-'/ -  upon what was,   we think, the most    ' '/"���������������������������  finished performance of a piece of its-'-*'-  naturc ever staged under the-auspices   " /  of the Kelowna ; Musical & Dramatic"  ;../  Society;  finished'not only'in acting, "  deportment  .and    elocution,    but  in\* \-  scenic effects."   - ���������������������������        ' y y  Some of the   unlimited  opportuni-   -'   -  ties for fun-making   can be gathered        " '.  yii?\  V.  ������������������,H  ' Vti  VV'  ���������������������������.-'I  J   ���������������������������  ��������������������������� j  y-  \Z-y.i  V  settlement,  and a  started extensive  DOMINION LANDS NOT OPEN  o  We have a line of Sea Grass chairs  that will make more comfortable the  homes of our Enderby friends. Come  in and sit down. Blanchard & English. Don't send out of town; we  can satisfy you in quality and price.  Give the boys and girls a good  time. They will grow into the re-  sponsibilities of life quick enough.  Mooney's two-pound tins of sodas  for 25c at Dill Bros.  During the past weelc the following report was published under Kamloops date :_y . .  " News has been received at last, that the Dominion Government will throw open at once the lands suitable for settlement in  the railway belt in this province and the announcement will be  received with much satisfaction by all intending homesteaders in  view of the fact that Dominion lands have been tied up for a long  time aiid consequently settlement has been held back.  "W. C. Gowell stated this morning that the Dominion land will  be opened up for settlement one district at a time, commencing  with Golden and the Columbia Valley, followed by Enderby, then  Lake Shuswap and Kamloops. Bona fide squatters will be given  ,the first chance, from Saturday March 29, to April 19, after which  homesteading will be thrown open to the general public. Mr.  Cowell leaves tonight for Golden to superintend the first opening."  To get the authority of the Department for the above  statement, a telephone message was sent Wednesday  afternoon to the Kamloops Land Office by The Press,  and in reply we were informed by Mr. 'Cowell that there  was no truth in the report, either that the lands were  now open to squatters, or would be opened to settlers on  the 19th April. A letter from the Department, which  we hope to have in time for next issue, will no doubt  give a clearer understanding of- the situation.  ffrom a rough    outline    of the story.  Jack Chesney and Charlie Wyskham,  Oxford    undergraduates,    are in love  respectively with   Kitty Verdun and  Amy  Spettigue.   Charlie is expecting  his   wealthy    and   widowed aunt, to  pay him   a    visit,   and he and' Jack  seize the opportunity to use her expected presence   as   chaperon' to ask  -the-two��������������������������� girls -to - a-little^lunchcon-  party.     At the last moment the aunt  wires that she is unable to keep the  appointment,  thus leaving  Jack and  Charlie at   their   wits'   end to save  the   luncheon   from    being a failure  through the absence of thc necessary  chaperon.     A mutual friend and college chum, who is about to play the  part of an old   lady'in private theatricals,    shows   himself     to     them  dressed for the part.     To get out of  their dilemma,  they impress his services   to   impersonate    the    missing  aunt, which    he   docs with excellent  success until   the   arrival' of the real  aunt complicates    matters.  Other ludicrous   complications  arise  through  Sir Francis   Chesney,    Jack's father,  and"old Stephen Spettigue both paying court   to    the   supposed wealthy  widow.  Vt  Go-Carts, from ?4 to ?24. These  are as high-class as anything that  can be produced to put into them.  Blanchard & English.  Plan your day's work beforehand,  and see how much easier it is to get  the work done. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  WITCH  fll t\mmm\*  IZ.   Lna  CREA  Thursday,  April  3,1913  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every   Thursday at  Eruler.by, B.C. at  S2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates: Transient, SOc an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. $1 an inoh per month.  Lena! Notires:   ]2l a line first insertion; Sc a line  each subseiiuent insertion.  [<c:ulin_r i\'������������������Uecs and Locals: 15c a line.  For tlio Skin and Comolexion  0<X>OOCKK>OCrO<KX>00<X><>0-C>00  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ���������������������������ClifT St. Enderby  APRIL   3.    1913  WHO   SHOULD  KNOW ?  In his statement to the public attempting to justify the methods of  obstruction adopted by his followers  in thc House at Ottawa, Sir Wilfrid  Laurier bases his whole argument on  Ins contention that "there is no  emergency. There is no immediate  danger, there is no prospective danger."     Perhaps    Sir    Wilfrid knows.  the big bags which are never realized  ���������������������������these joys   may   still be their's in  the quiet of   their    room.   And they  will not have to pay for it. Also, the  hard, work of hunting will bc spared  them, and when   the    season is over  thcy will   be    richer   in    pocket and  with  none of their dreams shattered  by    misfires   and    bum   shells.     The  men  who really    know the game and  get n "bag" every   time they shoulder their gun and strike for the hills  will not lament thc imposition of the  gun tax.   But the'men  whose experience and "bags" begin and end with  cleaning the   lire   arms   ,and getting  ready for the fray will no doubt feel  sore.     And, yet, thcy should not, for  the gun tax will    really save them a  lot of money and bard work.  ARMSTRONG TO  INCORPORATE  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, ?16,000,000 Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. O. Mr. Q.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presideni,H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW  YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Iuterest credited 30th  June and 31st December.  (-.NDERBY BRANCH   ' A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  PROFESSIONAL  pNDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees. S20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness, $2.50 per day.  ENDERBY. B. C.  And yet, Lord Roberts, commander- Word reached here on Tuesday that  in-chief of the British field forces, J thc Letters Patent incorporating the  and Hon. Winston Churchill, First City of Armstrong will be issued on  Lord of the British Admiralty, both Monday next by the Licutcnant-Gov-  have^ repeatedly warned the Empire ernon. Considerable annoyance has  within the past year of the peril ' been caused locally by the delay in  which they are attempting-to avert.'issuing the necessary .incorporation  Who should know? J papers    and   a    telegram    was.   dis-  Lord   Roberts has been on the job ' patched to   the    government at Vie-  quite a long time.     He should know, 'toria,  we understand,   by one of our  Of  Of  has all the  He should  w  ALTER ROBINSON  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER  Agreements of Sale.   Deeds & MortR..ji__..  Docu-  monts Witnessed.    Loans Negotiated  Office: Room 2. Bell Block, Enderby, B. C.  Q   L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  T\R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon,  9 to 10:30  _"*-'_      " "   "      "Afternoon. 3 to ,1   .  Evening, 0:30 to 7:30  '  . Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. ClifT and GaarircSts. ENDERBY  Hon. Winston Churchill  facts at his fingers' ends  know.  Perhaps Sir Wilfrid has some private source of information that  Lord Roberts ancl Hon. Winston  Churchill do not know anything  about. If so he should tell them. It  would save the Motherland nearly  three hundred millions of dollars  which she is spending this year in  order to protect herself an'd her  colonies (Canada -included) against  the peril Lord" Roberts and Mr.  Churchill have pointed out.  In the same   paragraph Sir Wilfrid  states:   "It would    seem that this is i  councillors asking when these could  be expected. The date of nomination has been set for Saturday, April  12th and elections'will be held on thc  following Saturday, April ]9th.���������������������������  Armstrong Advertiser.  WE are determined to give the people  Enderby and District the best quality  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  MUSIC  p W. CHAPMAN  .        * H. O. Box 139, Enderby.  Visits or receives pupils for Piano, OrRan, Violin,  SintinR and Theory of Music, Etc.  Courses for the Canadian   or British Academy  Ex.'uninations  SQUEEZING  THEM  IN  Tbe   permit    for   what will be the  narrowest building in Vancouver was  taken out in that   city last week by  Sam Kec, a Chinese millionaire.   The  plans show a    four-story steel frame  structure only    six feet wide and-120  feet   in    length.   So   narrow    is the  building, that it is necessary to show  +i,��������������������������� r��������������������������� l    _        -   -,-    , ��������������������������� a continuous row of bay windows in  the first of periodical contributions." i ���������������������������,,._ +n ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,.,,,- , "mows in  t\,t     r,     i .,    **, oidei  to provide    room    for a <-,r,nii  Mr. Borden said when introducing his i CQSe      Thp  naval bill: "In presenting our proposals, it must be borne in mind that  we  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 his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowcry's Ledtre.) . ***'  T.S.ON  GRADUATE NURSE  M  ISS F. PANKHURST  Phone' 331  GRADUATE NURSE  Vernon, B. C.  P. O. Box 524  SECRET SOCIETIES  AtFt&AtMt  H. E. BLANCHARD  VV. M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Keijular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hull. VisithiR  brethren cordially invited.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  J.O.O.F.  city recently "exappropri-  ated most of Sam Kee's lot, all that  ,    , -   was l������������������ft being    a. strip eisrbt and a  are not undertakng or beginning v,���������������������������i.  .   *     ��������������������������� ���������������������������,   *    -m      ,    ,  n cWn���������������������������    ' f i , ���������������������������half feet ^ wide.     The steel walls will  a system . of   regular. and periodical  take up two an(] a half  contributions." - "  Here /again Sir Wilfrid may have  "insido information." And yet, one  would think that- Mr. Borden ought  to know bis own bill and his own  mind.  Let us suppose the little Mala  States had taken, the same position  now assumed by Sir Wilfrid. Instead  of coming promptly forward with a  dreadnaught to assist the Motherland in her emergency, they would'  have replied: "there is no emergency.  There is no immediate danger, there  is no prospective danger; go on with  you; we have nothing to give." And  suppose New - Zealand should have  clone the same;' and Australia; suppose the other colonies were as backward in going to the Motherland's  aid as Sir Wilfrid and his followers  apparently desire Canada to be ?  THE GUN TAX  .___- .     Kurckn Lodfre. No, 50  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. Q.  O. P. hall. iMetcnlf block. Viking brothers nl-  ways    welcome. CEO. BI.U.AMY,    N. C.  HOWARD I.OGAN, V. C.  It. E. WIII_KI,l.R, Soc'y.  J. ... CAYI.OKD. Treiifi.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  .Meets every Monday evening  in K.of )'. Hall. Visitors oor-  dially invited to attend.  JOHN BURNHAM.C.C.  C. B.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  ontertainments.    For rates, etc., addrofs,  T. K. RODIE, Knderby  POLITICAL  T^NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ���������������������������^ ASSOCIATION  J.  L. RUTTAN,  President.  I-I. M. WALKER  Secretary.  Some complaint is heard because of  the    newly    imposed   gun tax.     The  man who    has    been   accumtomed to  going out two or three times during  the  open  season    and    coming  home  with a brace   of   ducks or grouse for  breakfast feels   it    is great hardship  to have to pay ?2.50 for the privilege  and wc quite agree with him.   On the  j other-hand,-the hunters "who" were accumtomed    Lo    enjoying   the regular  weekly half    holiday   in    the woods,  und coming home with a good "bag '  will not find the   gun   tax excessive.  The   genera]    result    will    be    fewer  hunters and moro game for those who  pay the tax.     And   more game, too,  for the men in    the   woods, who are  more dependent    upon    the game for  daily food than the sport from town  who goes a'huntin' just for the sport  there is in   it.       As    many of these  sportsmen���������������������������perhaps    thc  majority  of  them���������������������������are    young   men    who pay no  other tax, since the polltax has been  abolished-the gun tax will not bear  heavily upon them.  There are a vast majority of young  ���������������������������and oJd��������������������������� sports who will not be  materially affected by the gun tax.  Thcy can still enjoy what has ever  been the big end of the game, with-  Paying the tax. There is the weekly cleaning up of   the fire arms and  King Edward Hotel,  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  Here are   some   specials in lumberwhile they last  Fix up your House, Barn,  s'/ '7-[  $13.00  10.00  Lath      -   per thousand   2.00  ,_ i  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������d������������������rby  No. 2,  4,  2  99  2x4       -  Drop Siding  When you hear   one say of another  the joy of anticipation���������������������������these are not  that he is dangerous, you can put it  down that the "dangerous" individual has ideas that are new to his  traducer.  taken away from them. How many  hours of pleasure it has afforded the  novice, oiling up the works, cleaning  the shooting irons,  and  dreaming of  'T^HIS store makes  -������������������������������������������������������ a specialty of the  =finer=points^o������������������=men's-  wear. You will not be  sorry to be reminded cf  Stetsons. Especially now  ���������������������������when Spring hints  strongly of a new Soft  hator Feather-weight  Derby. Our selection  of Spring Stetsons is  remarkably complete in  block and color.  BOB PEEL,  ENDERBY  Norman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and. all    factory    work.   Rubberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  Our New Subdivision of I  Will be on ths Market in a few days  These lots are beautifully situated fronting on the river  =atits^rst=bfen'drniortlr^f&Ena^l^=on a gooiTOTlflosF  to town, and the soil is of the best in the country.  EASY TERMS,  AND PRICES REASONABLE  W,  Real Estate Broker.  Agent  Post Office Block, Enderby  Fire and Life Insurance.  Wc represent S. C.  SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell   Street Enderby.  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 f  Tnursday,  April  3, 1913  THE J_JNJJKK_**. FKJ-SS AMU WALKER'S WiSEKLY  ^  M  i  INTHE RACE FOR BUSINESS  The gentleman on the tortoise  represents thc man who does not  ndvertise���������������������������the one who tries to do  business as it was done in the clays  of the tallow candle or thc oil lamp.  Are you in the glare of thc electric light���������������������������in'the automobile of  Modern Methods?  ' Our Want Ads. arc high voltage  batteries, whether you want light  or power���������������������������business publicity or  > competent help  ^^ "'-���������������������������fftllht.d IOT b, ��������������������������� W Mcl.rd.  In the Spot Light  ' On the stage of business the spot  light is,on the man who advertises.  Our   Classified   Want  Ads will  placc you or your needs in thc lime  light of public attention.',  . If you have not'tried them."their  illuminating power will surprise you.  CMrrlftM UHll MM,  ii-"  lit-/-  :/  The. telegraph will  reach your man. quickly.  If you are sure just  where he is the telephone will do it quicker.  But if it is good help you  want and do not know  just where to find it, our  Want Ads. are quicker  than either.  Un^fkM IWT %f sm   *. MmVmHf  Focus Your Wants  Classified Want Ads.  will fill all your requirements. They act  as a lens which, will  concentrate all your  needs, and bring' them  to a perfect focus of  satisfactory results.  (DECREASING  BIRTH RATE  There is *������������������every evidence that the  question of the decline of the birthrate in Germany is now occupying  the minds of the people just as rauch  as the same question troubles the  French today. There is not as yet  any near approach to a dwindling  population, but the percentage surplus of births over deaths has decreased so rapidly within the last ten  years that if the tendency is not de-  x feated it cannot be many years before Germany finds herself in the  same position as Prance.  TRAFALGAR    REF0UGHT  By Chicot the Jester  One fine clay   in    the    middle of the  night  Two dead men got up to fight;  One was drunk and couldn't see,   ���������������������������  The other deaf"as deaf could bc.  Two blind men, to see fair play,  Three dumb men to shout "hurray!"  Just then a lame mare came galloping by  And kicked the blind man in the eye.  The dumb men began to shout,  And told the blind man to look out.  The blind man heard and disobeyed,  And this is   where    the    mistake he  made;  For the lame mare kicked him-harder  twice���������������������������  Which he didn't think was very,nice>>  He then put on his glasses bright  And recommenced the noble fight.  He hit the deaf man on the ear  A LESSON IN LOYALTY  One of the Opposition papers which  continues to hammer, away at Mr.  Borden as a man of straw, says:  "A strong resolute Canadian would  not in his place have allowed himself  to be bent and moulded into renunciation of the aspirations and faith in  Canada cherished by the Canadian  people." K  And again���������������������������  "No Canadian ^ loyalty to the Em->  pire is worthy of the name if it'is  not based on loyalty to Canada. Not  to resent the disparagement of this  country in the admiralty memoranda  would'be disloyalty to Canada."  Sir Wilfrid Laurier when he issued  his explanation" of the conduct of the  Opposition to the country, was wise  enough to ignore the memorandum  and did not attempt to suggest that  anything    disparaging   to, Canadians  J. PIERPONT MORGAN DEAD  a-,,. --.-.,.    *,     i    t _���������������������������_._. was contained    therein.     Sir Wilfrid  And made the deaf man straightway      ...  ,,     ,.,.      . ,   ._  u������������������������������������������������������_, ,       \ j evidently did not resent it any more  . [ than most people    of common sense,  man by the 0f courge th{Jre   ig & kjnd Qf paroch_  hear  He   ca ught  tongue  the    dumb  And from him" cries of anguish wrung  jial loyalty to the   parish pump that  m,     ,     , resents criticism of its beauty or use.  The dumb man ran and shouted 'fire! ;m,.nT..  .    ..   .   ���������������������������      .      .     ,      ,.  .       .. ��������������������������� . ,-.      . ��������������������������� There is that passionate devotion to  A policeman answered   you re a liar!' i��������������������������� , -n-        _,    ,        .    .       , . ,  ' !a villiage duckpond   nr which a man  A suffragette appeared ahead���������������������������    '  The policeman bolted off to bed,  The dead men went ofl under earth,  The drunk and dumb booked a sleeping berth;''  The fair Diana alone on the stage  Continued the   war for the cause to  ,-wage.  i  j indulges who has 'never been  outside  jhis. parish of come in touch .with the  ! world.     It is no", doubt an admirable  loyalty but narrow to say the least,  of it. " That sort of loyalty, however  carried    into   another-   and"  bigger  parish and aggressively thrust  down  the throat of its   inhabitants is apt  to be looked    upon ** as ill-mannered  and  boorish.   .    Because    Sp'ruceville  thinks a thing, ",that is no reason to  With each day   of this ^modern age fal1 down:  ancl    worship  Spruceville.  old records go by the board.and new Most people when they have come"in  contact with    the   world rub "off the  For naP ?f their   ignorance   and seek to  learn the;  ways   of   the people with  whom 'they, dwell.���������������������������Vancouver   Pro-  many "-.of" us,'that ,with ,vince- .        .'-���������������������������_/      ,        -,_"���������������������������-  J. Pierpont Morgan, the great  American financier, died on Monday,  March 31st, at Rome. The complete  breaking down of his. nervous system was in evidence more than a  week ago, and dispite. all efforts to  awaken in him greater vitality, he  rapidly lost all power of assimilation, and for some hours before death  came he was in a comatose state.  Mr. Morgan was recognized the  world over as one of the greatest  powers in world finance. The financial power of this one man may be  judged from the following interests  controlled by him:  Morgan's own banks $ 1,000,000,000  Other  banking interests   6,113,487,000  Affiliated    companies.!...   2,635*095,000  Morgan's partners        500,000;000  i >  Grand  total   f. !?10,268,582,000  .ELECTIONS  IN ALBERTA    ^  The   Alberta   legislature   was prorogued last week,   and was immediately dissolved. '   Writs have been issued calling for nominations for the-  new elections on April 16th.  No Room for Disappointment  Have you expended considerable  money and energy to make a dwelling  attractive tp lodgers and boarders and  then been disappointed in your  patronage. ���������������������������  There will be no room for disappointment if you use our- Want Ads, -  They will bring you lodgers and  boarders of a desirable class.  VANCOUVER HORSE SHOW  .HANDICRAFT WORKERS  standards are set up that to the un  initiated are indeed remarkable  years we have,  heard of the onward  sweep of the automobile; wc have also thought  the popularity of- the horseless vehicle the horse must ' sink into disuse  and oblivion.    _  .     ..'.",������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� But'-'orie' great", fact 4s .borne iiome"^���������������������������The' Canadian" Handicrafts "Guild is  to us that-,the. .berter class, of hone;dgain-organizing -'a: prize "competition  is in greater demand than ever, "costs ,in'Yonnection' with "its big exhibition  more and is receiving more attention' in the Arenaf.Montreal,"?-to-be held in-  from breeders.   _ This'is shown by the-May.-'-;. This"  exhibition, will'be 'on a'  intense    interest - taken    in the. Van-  far larger "and more-ambitious scale  couver Horse   -Show,'* which .is" held than' anything    before" -attsmoted by  annually in- the coast metropolis. , ���������������������������   the Guild:'   Good specimens of handi-  "This year "the-show is scheduled for'craft work "are wanted "from "all" ober-  April 21-26.     It   "will    in many're-, the Dominion,   and * there will he an  spects be    a -world beater,_' location excellent.'chance "for" the sale of all  and environment considered.     It will WOrk that comes   up to the renHired  have. 180 classes, of which 71 are for  standard.   ' There   is no-entrance'fee  breeding purposes    only;, it will have of any" ^kind   payable.      "A circular  over 1,000  . blooded    exhibits; award  wI'th all   details    will be sent on re-  over 700 ribbons; distribute $3,000 in ceipt"of a stamped' 'envelope self-ad  cash-and donate some..twenty magni- dressed.     .Address     The     Honorary  A London, Ont.', clergyman has gar-  nisheed the wages of a railway employee to collect a wedding fee, and,  an exchange remarks that as the  bridegroom .-is a brakemah,. he probably considered there was no charge  for making a coupling": , ���������������������������    i  Clarence . "Eklund, the Manitoba  wrestler who has .been, doing"'some  fancy mat work at Kelowna the past  few' weeks,.-."sends a challenge to-fthe  Press in which he offers to throw.any  five" local wrestlers" in one hour.  -���������������������������  Money makes Money  Your money will, woric. while youi  sleep If loaned at good Interest,  and you caii find safe.and satis-?  tact-try borrowers by pladng ������������������  money-ta-loan ad. In our Classified Want columns."   A first  mortgage Is as safe, as a bank,  and the Interest Is twice as big.  .Bui,mi������������������imt,������������������ ��������������������������� h.l-^,,1,   ���������������������������������������������--������������������** r^'z.t -*'"/'  y v yj ly+ciz  'L. .   ,'-   .j-.il  it A  ���������������������������1  ,   .._     '-V-0.  -u   I  , -,''-..     -  V;f,  I ,���������������������������  'y-'zr.-ds-  *m * ** *-   t *������������������?*.  , ���������������������������* *  _ "l    - y 1            if-*  _-H  .*", /~^~V    *  i -'*  ' >1;=  3.  *f  'j*   \t     ,i -j  -   l-  -%v - t     - <J*3c������������������ E  ***  ���������������������������j* ( \ *5v, \z������������������  1   ,      '  *+ly\ '������������������>���������������������������*, Z>*  ^.,*  * ty*  1  J-r"-rl      ". .  ,'.������������������  /y/$t^>  ���������������������������-r, ,--- it��������������������������� .^rr   ji^'X^vj/HJ^%\  t .7*v-    *yy*~'-"Z y3sv ���������������������������-'** "y r ,"-  - -���������������������������������������������? -Tf" I  X ^I.-i't, ~Xif >^4 '"'^4^, ���������������������������5^M*^������������������^������������������I  v* "*-!"       -~ "���������������������������***-**'i^' //(SjJJy'-i  ... ..^-f '\i,yyg.j  r^-f ��������������������������� _��������������������������� t -r - >, ���������������������������:sr}%-y-i,.  v_c_ ~>_yyrit;\  -   ���������������������������   .^���������������������������>* ,--,   r-_ I"*.��������������������������� ."Pfe  .^-.r, I  '_f,!-^lf';"'-^''1V"'i*f.������������������v''!?5l  ''/z/i-;,Ki:/i///i'!f/f'SA  . ... -  ..p,-^.^ ���������������������������  Why go. to other towns.to buy" your' -Impleriients-S^^v^Sl  v/hen" you can ..buy ".from.us at same prices,-;in 77y 7^'iiyv^  "., most; cases.-less..",* Compare our -prices^ 'X^'^X'X'vyXX,  ficent -trophies, including the famous  one from the Duke of Connaught for  draught" horses.  ANOTHER CHINESE HORROR  Thirty nine lepers, men, women and  xhildr_en,____\ver:e__==burp_ed^,to___death_ire_=  cently by order    of   the president of  Kwang-si province    as, "thc rejected  of heaven," and useless encumbrances  of   the    earth.       These    unfortunate  creatures    were   under" the charge of  the    Catholic    Mission,   which     had  bought ground near the city of Nan-  ning and began building a leper hospital.     Tho    plans^of   the father jn  charge for gathering the lepers in ono/  place for    care   and treatment  were  warmly favored by    local merchants,  but while    negotiations'  were   being  carried on for their purpose, a large  pit was dug on   the   parade ground,  tho intended use of   which was never  suspected.     One  morning more than  a hundred    soldiers    surrounded    the  leper villiage so that none could escape.     Tho lepers    were then driven,  at the point of    the bayonet, to the  parade ground���������������������������to    the pit that had  been so carefully prepared.     A thick  layer of wood covered the bottom of  the pit into which all wero obliged to  descend.       One    by    one     the   poor  women,    carrying   their babies,   descended the ladder and took their seat  on the fatal pile; then the cry, "Cha"  "kill,"    burst    forth;     rifle-fire   was  opened on the   poor victims, a copious supply of petrol was poured over  them, and a burst of flame announced  to   the   town    the    massacre of the  lepers.  In issuing a proclamation in which  these facts were duly recorded, Tean  Hao Ming, the president of Kwang-si  concludes with the words; "I assured myself of universal approbation."  Treasurer, Canadian Handicraft Guild  303 Winch Bldg, Vancouver. "-        ..  BLACK FOX   INDUSTRY  The    breeding" of   black    foxes   in  Prince   Edward _Island_is_becominc  such an important and profitable industry that owners of these valuable  fur-bearing animals are regarded with  as much respect as the cattle kings  of the West. An enthusiastic member of the provincial legislature  diets that it will change the whole  financial face of the province, and  bring many millio'.is of money to its  people:  THRESHES STANDING GRAIN  C. C. Baldwin, of New York, has  invented a machine that threshes  standing grain in the field without  cutting. Four horses push the machine over the field, and a small gasoline engine drives thc thresher, It  only requires two men to operate,  one to drive the'horses and the other  to tend the machine and tie the  grain sacks. In a trial thc machine  threshed 25 to 30 acres in a day of  ten hours.  mm>Mmmmwmm2$mmm s?iess mm  %.  a- .  I  1  ���������������������������  I  B  B  I  I  VISCOUNT WOLSELBY DEAD  Field Marshal Viscount Wolseley,  one of thc most famous of modern  British soldiers, died on March 25th,  ait Mcntone, Franco, in his 80th year.  Viscount Wolseley, K. P., G. C. B.,  G. C. M. G., D. O. L., L. L. D., was  born near Dublin in 1833. He entered  the army as ensign in 1852, Lieut.-  Colonel in 1S55, Major in 1858, and  Colonel in 18G5. He served with the  80th Foot in Burma, and-was commander of the colonial forces in the  Canadian rebellion.  Disc and  Drag  Harrows  This illustrates thc Cockshutt No. 1( Out-throw Disc  Harrow���������������������������a strong, simple, efficient machine. Tlie Gangs  swivel on ends of an arched frame, made of heavy high  carbon "T" beam steel. The disc blades are so shaped  ' that they will cut to any depth desired���������������������������without the use  of weight boxes���������������������������by simply moving the levers. Wide  scrapers cover a large area of the discs and are adjusted  by foot levers.  C:ill nnd look into thc other stylos of Cuckshutl Di..o      v  v Harrows,   also   Drug  Ilarrows and  Uarnw Carta.  Call here be lore buying.  I  I  B  B  B  B  B  a  ���������������������������  B  Jyy.3.r  *" ** L  :-_*.l  .V-���������������������������Jf_*  \ -*   '   T    1  7X, *^i  xyxr  Hi  .*0_| U,  "4K ft.   MOWERS      -     $65  12 in.   PLOWS -      $22  3-SkCFION HARROWS' $18  Come in and look around.. If we cannot satisfy you,  no one else can.   ! _=__  Mem  Co.  ENDERBY, P. C. 1  J  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April  3,1913  WIRE FENCING  B. F.  SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts taken for erection.   Orders  for spring work how being booked.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime fresh meats, w  have them. Our cattle are grain-fe  and selected by our own buyers from  the richest feeding grounds in Alher  ta, and are killed and cut strict!  FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C  though it was through him that the  House Vas largely guided in ������������������he  direction given to this particular  scheme.  "I never asked   for any particular  scheme when Premier Borden left this  HOMESTEADER'S RIGHTS  The current issue of The British  Columbia Gazette contains, for the  information of the people of this Province, a copy of a proclamation issued on the Gth ultimo at Ottawa as country," said Mr. Churchill. "I  to homesteaders' rights, which in its ; nad no ideas what he intended pro-  essential substance is. as follows: i posing to the Canadian parliament."  Whereas by clauses 19 and 20 of the j Mr. Morrcll stated hc was very  "Dominion -Lands Act," which Act' Rij1(*i to got this assurance, and asked'point a fully accredited delegate, who  came into force September 1, 190S, ��������������������������� the First Lord if hc could not do (will attend a subsequent meeting,  provision was made concerning the,; something to make the Canadian , composed of delegates from all thc  cases of   deceased   und insane home- j 0ffci* come as an    offer from a united  other  producing    centres,    who   will  an intimate knowledge of the marketing and distribution of fruit, and  also the principles of co-operation,  have been secured.  Mr. Robertson will hold a public  meeting in your district, and due notice will be given as tortime and  place very shortly. At this meeting  after a full discussion of the subject,  your district   will   bc    asked to ap-  steaders,    relieving    the    legal rcpre-1 people,  ���������������������������sentatives of    the    residence requirement and making  certain  other provisions. a  And whereas the "Dominion Lands  Act" does not apply to the Railway  Belt in the    Province   of British Co-  NOT PRACTICABLE IN CANADA  FROM READING,   ENGLAND  A. J. Woodward  Sole Agent,  5_1 Granville Street, Vancouver  615 Fort Street    .     .   Victoria  Catalogue on Application  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawn  vases,  peer   blocks,    chimney blocks  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  Enderby, B. C.  E. J. Mack  *' Livery, Feed & Sale Stables"  ENDERBY, B. C.  . Good Rigs;   Careful Driv- %  ers; Dray ing of all kinds. -   |  Comfortable ancl Commo-1  dious Stabling for teams.      4  Auto for Hire $  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  '. <$K������������������X������������������*^<*X*SX'J*^^ ������������������  The Westminster Gafcctte says:  Mr. G. B. Hunter, chairman of the  j leading British shipbuilding firm  lumbia, which is governed by the I which has been considering plans for  "Regulations for the disposal of Do-. starting Canadian shipyards for the  minion lands within the Railway i construction of big ships, Messrs.  Belt in the Province of British Co- j Swan & Hunter & Wigham I-I. Rich-  lumbia,"    established    by     Order-in-, ardson,    who   went    to    Canada ex-  Council of December 17, 1889, and . tremely anxious to lay down ship-  amendments thereto, and the legal \ yards for dreadnaughts, even at  representatives of deceased and in-' great risk, says that any Dominion  sane homesteaders have not the re- '���������������������������, bonuses would have to be very heavy  lief accorded to similar cases on the , and permanent to enable shipbuild-  Prairie. ��������������������������� ers to recoup themselves for the very  And whereas it is considered neces-! larSc expenditure in building ma-  sary and in the public interest that. chinery. This is hardly likely, seeing  the said   provisions   should apply in : thc stupendous   cost   which   can    he'  the said Railway Belt;  therefore the " much   more   profitably    employed in t0gethei  and Wlth    a llttlc ^ and  Governor-General-in-Council  orders as i building railway   material and agri-  follows: j cultural  machinery.       The  Canadian  ���������������������������., .  ,.        r_.il- i     .! Government   cannot,    for a consider-  The regulations for the disposal of ���������������������������   , ,  T-      .  .        ,     ,      ....      ,,     ���������������������������  ., able time, contemplate building war-  Dominion   land   within    the Railway ���������������������������  take a hand and arrange details for  thc formation of a central selling  agency for tho valley if this line of  action meets with the approval of  the fruit growers.  I would like it to be distinctly under  j stood that this action is being taken  by thc Department not with any idea  of dictating a policy, but in response  to numerous requests which have  been made that we should send someone through the district with a  knowledge of co-operative methods  and the marketing of fruit. The line  of action to be pursued in this connection must be decided upon by the  growers themselves.  That the principles of co-operation  and united action are correct cannot  be gainsaid.     Lot us therefore all get  MAIL CONTRACT  i       -.   SEALED TENDERS, addressed to  the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the 25th April, 1913, for thc  conveyance of His Majesty's Mails,  on a proposed Contract for four  years, fourteen times per week each  way, between * Enderby and Railway  Station from tho Postmaster General's pleasure.  Printed notices containing further  information as to conditions of proposed Contract may be seen and  blank forms of- Tender may bc obtained at thc Postoffice of Enderby,  B. C, and at the office of the Post  Oflice Inspector.  Post Office. Inspector's Office, Vancouver, B.  C, 14th March, 1913.  JOHN R.  GREENFIELD,  Post Office Inspector.  LAND  REGISTRY  ACT  Belt hereinbefore referred to, arc  hereby amended to provide that all  cases of deceased and insane homesteaders in the said Railway Belt  shall be dealt with in accordance with  the following provisions:  ships in the Dominion.  MILCH GOATS IN DEMAND  During  the    past    few  months the  Live Stock Branch    of the Dominion  In the event of tho- death of an en- Department of Agriculture has been  trant for a homestead before the 'in receipt 'of numerous inquiries as to  completion of the requirements for ,'vllere dt miSht be Possible to pur-  thc obtaining of letters of patent ! chase-cither Angora or Milch goats,  therefor, his legal ��������������������������� renresentatives ! :t would aPPear that in many parts  shall only vbe required to fulfill the of the Dominion the demand for these  cultivation .conditions and to erect a usoEul and.profitable animals is rap-  habitable house ' in order to enable iAK developing and that those who  him to obtain letters of patent,-after at Present have any surplus stock can  the expiration of three years from lind a.ready sale for them if a com-  thc date of entry or commencement munication between supply and de-  of the homesteader's residence; or the maml- is established. Accordingly as  legal representative mav assign the a.mca������������������s of starting a convenient  homestead to a person eligible to ob-'dircctory of Canadian breeders of  tain a homestead-entry; and the as- AnS��������������������������������������������� Goats and Milch Goats, the  signcc shall,'after (a) tbe expiration' Live Stock ' Commissioner will be  of three years from the date of entry Phased to receive from such breeders  or commencement of thc homestead- information regarding their rcspec-  er's residence; (b) holding the home- tivc liocks covering the following  stead for his own exclusive use and points: (1> - Kind - and number of  benefit from thc date of the assign- Soats kcpt' ^ Usual number for sale  ment; and (c) completing the resi- oach year; (3) Approximately the pri-  dence ancl cultivation requirements in'ces asked; (4> If Possible a brief  the same manner as the person who statement regarding expenses found  made the entry would have been ro.; necessary and the returns which may  quired  to complete them, be entitled   be expected by   one engaged in rais-  to letters    of   patent    for tho homo- jing this class of stock-  stcar]_       . I    Communications  supplying  this  in-  T    ., ,     . .       .   'formation should be addressed to the  In the event of anv person who ob-  T .        ���������������������������.    ,     _        .    .  Live    Stock   Commissioner,  Ottawa.  take, and the sinking of local rivalries, effect a suitable arrangement  whereby the fruit industry of the  Province may be placed on a basis  of progressiveness and lasting pros:  perity  I am, Sir,  Your obedient servant,  WM.  E.   SCOTT,  Deputy Minister.  Victoria, March 25, 1913.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)   " Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby. ������������������������������������������������������-,--      " ''--  tained entry for a homestead becora-.  ing insane or mentally incapable and,  by reason of such insanity or mental j  mcapacLty.,__unable__to_-_complate__th___:e--|t  quirements necessary  for the  obtain- j'  ing of    letters   patent    therefor,  Such letters clo not require postage.  FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD  "x^:   If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If yoa want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of the Mara District ia now out.   GET   ONE,'  Chas. W. Little  -=EldenielLOrchaEd,.MararB.-C^  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  thejQ..  guardian    or    committee of thc said |  person, or   any    person    who, in the!BETTER   ORGANIZATION NEEDED  event of his death, would bc entitled |    as his  lep.nl  representative to do so, | Editor The Enderby Press:  ishall only   be    required to fulfill the'    Wear Sir:   Will you kindly allow mc  ! cultivation conditions ancl to erect a [ the privilege    of   addressing   a    few  habitable   house'   before  tho issue  of ��������������������������� words to   tho    fruit   growers of your  Re: Part of the South Weat Quarter of Section 14  Township 19, I.aiiKe 9, West of theSixth Meridian, in the District of Yale, Province of  British Columbia.  WHEREAS proof of loss of Certificate of Title  No. llo.Ta'in tlie name of Harry Butchart lo the  above-mentioned property, has been tiled in thia  oflice.     t_  NOTICE1S HEREBY GIVEN that I shall, at tho  expiration of one month from tho date of the first  publication hereof, issue a duplicate of said Certificate unless in tho meantime valid objection be  made to mo in writing.  DATED at the Land Registry Office at Kamloops,  thia 22nd day of February. A.D., J913.  C. II.DUNLAP,  District Registrar  NOTICE is hereby given that meetings of the Provincial   Labour Com--  mission will be held at the following  places :���������������������������  Enderby���������������������������Monday,. April 28th; 8'p.m  Armstrong���������������������������Tuesday,   April  29th,   2  p. m. .     .  Vernon���������������������������Wednesday, 'i. April ..30th,> 2  p. m. "   ��������������������������� -   "    '  Kelowna���������������������������Friday, May" 2nd,* 8 p. tn.  Summerland ��������������������������� Monday,   May '.5th,  10:30 a. m. . '  Penticton���������������������������Tuesday,    May    Gth, .10  a. m. ,  , Other meetings    will be "announced  later. i. .���������������������������_  The Commission will hear evidence  on all matters affecting labour conditions in thc"  Province.     All persons  interested are invited to be present.  H.  G.  PARSON,  Chairman.  F. R. McNAMARA,  Secretary.     m27  INCANDESCENT  You  all know   what    thc WELLS-  icltef patent:' Provldc(i"t"hai"thc'lct-"'"ilistrlct tlfrouglf "thc~ medium"of your BAOK-MANTUfl-did-for lighting.-  It  TflADE MAnK3  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anrono grinding a iketch nml description may  fluidity ancortuln our opinion froo rrlietlier an  Invention Is probnbly patentable. Communion.  tloiiHsirlctlyconllj;-iitl/il. HANDBOOK on r'litouta  punt freo. OldestTraoncy for cecums imtunm.  Patents taken throuf.b Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without chnreo, Iu the  cicisiiiic American.  A handsomely llluntretPd -weekly. Larufst circulation ot any nclentitlc journal. Terms lor  Canada, $3.75 a year, pobUkc prepaid, bold hy  all newsdealer*,  MUNN & Co.36,Broadway- New York  Braucti Office 625 F SU Y.'ashliiKton, D. C.  WHY NOT BUY  YOUK SETTING  EGGS AT  HOME?  Pen 3 laying strain, pedigreed and bred for24 yearn  for efc'Es alone, $5,000: Mothers of the contest  pullets now at Victoria. Pen A, ten pullets, full  sisters to pen in contest, $4.00 per sot. Pen 5,  ordinary, Jf'2,00 per setting. Order curly, inquiries  coming by every mail.  H. E. WABY, KNDERBY, B. C.  tcrs patent shall   not issue until the ! valuable paper.  ;'expiration of three years from the | The experience of the past year has  ;dntc of entry nr commencement of ' Kliowti very forcibly nnd clearly that  jthe homestcador's residence. (if lhc fruit growers of thc Oknnngan  I '   j Valley are to   receive  the prices  for  j i their fruits which  thcy should secure  FROM A UNITED Pl.-OPL._p 'and to which they are entitled, it is  ���������������������������   ; necessary that some immediate steps  In the British House of Commons, , be taken towards the formation of a  thc past week, Mr. Phillip Morrcll, j central selling organization, which  the Liberal member for Burnley, , would arrange for the distribution  moved: "That whilst cordially wcl-1 and marketing of thc output,  coining and appreciating the gencr- j Thc grade and quality of Okanagan  ous desire expressed by thc Domin-'. fruit, as is well known, cannot be ex-  ions to co-operate in thc naval de-1 celled, but so long as thc different  fonso of the Empire, no step ought to shipping organizations are marketing  bc taken to recommend or accept thc their produce independently and with-  carrying out of such co-operation un- out mutual co-operation, thc best re-  til the matter had been definitely suits cannot be obtained,  submitted to the House for consideration and approval."  Mr. Morrcll stated that it was ob-  increased the quantity and quality  and reduced the cost. Our lamps  burn coal oil, use thc mnnllo nnd  give GO and 80 c.p. white light. Superior to thc electric light and  cheaper.     Write for catalogue.  BERNARD   ROSOMAN,  . Grindrod, Okanagan Valley, B.C.  Agent for Tho    Mantle Lamp Co.  of  America, Winnipeg*  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  The Department of Agriculture realizes that this is a matter which must  be decided upon by the growers them-  vious that this departure was to re- selves/but in order to give the grow-'  JOE LENTO���������������������������Blanchard & English j lieve the British taxpayers, and if|erH in the different producing centres  Block, Enderby���������������������������Cleaning & Press-!the Dominions' ships were withdrawn jan opportunity to thoroughly investi-  ing; also repairing. Guitar and j Great Britain would have to replace j Satc the question, so that if possible  Mandoline lessons will be given by ! them herself. Thc speaker acquitted j somc satisfactory solution may be ar-  George and Joe Lento, at pupil's | the First Lord of any attempt to in- j rived at, tho services of Mr. R. Rob-  home or at our place of business.   I terfere in    party   politics in Canada, ' crtson of .Vancouver,    who possesses  Daily trains both ways from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South North  bound STATIONS bound  read down read up  10.05 (Lv)    Sicamous   Jet   (Ar)  18.00  10.46 Mara 17.1  11.00 Grindrod 16.59  11.14 Enderby 16.44  11.40 Armstrong 16.15  11.58 Larkin 15.55  12.25 Vernon 15.30  12.45 (Ar)     Ok. Landing     (Lv) 15.15  H. W. BRODIE JNO.BURNHAM  Gen. Pas. Agt. Agent  Vancouver Enderby  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  "in^ManitobaT^Saskatchewatf^lffd^Al^  berta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of ll  an acre. Not more than 2.5G0 acres  will be leased to one applicant. *  Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied forare  "situated.   In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or learal  sub-divisions of sections, and in un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall bc staked out by tho applicant himself. ^  Each application must be accompanied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  viot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of ?10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the-Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to. any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W, GORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������rUnauthorized   publication   of &  Thursday,  April   3, 1913  I  ft  K  \y  IVi  THE EMDKKiiY PRESS AJMD WALKER'S WEEKLY  Forestry Department Suggests Valuable Rules to Prevent Forest Fires  CANADA  Paid-up Capital. Krscrve Fund <J������������������C Q������������������9e_ AAA  and Undivided Profits (Over) WtO i d9VVi)  Total AnrcIh (Over)  $69,000,000  Financial Prestige  There is a definite and desirable  standing readily accorded to the  man who maintains a strong  banking connection and makes  good use of it. In fact, by simply  opening a Checking Account and  making all payments by Cheque,  you gain the respect and con-  1 fidence of businessmen. Morever,  this is the safest and most convenient way to make all payments.  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  In the'past year, according to the  statement of the Chief Forester, over  20 per cent of the fires which the forest rangers had to fight were caused  by campers.     How many of tho 18S  fires of which the causes are still un-'  known, were the    result of untended  camp fires is   open    to surmise,  but  as in most of the other risks such as  railway and road    construction,  and  logging   operations    the existence of  fire is at    once    known,    thc camper  may justly be held to account for a  very large proportion of the season's  conflagrations.   ,  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.'1 .Also Implements of alp  kinds.      Bee   Supplies   are our  specialty.       Look    through our  catalogue: free for the asMug.  ������������������i NilRYSSffi) WE  A. It.. MACUOUGALL '  3011 Westminster Rci,Vaneeuver,B.C.  Stringent    regulations    have   been  passed  by   the    Board    of   Railway  Commissioners    of    Canada to cover  the risk of new railroads under construction in the Province, the patrol  has been   doubled   on    the rights of  way, and   every   possible precaution  urged upon logging operations. . The  Forest Branch is endeavoring to cooperate in every way with those who  have work   to   perform    which is attended   with    danger   to   the forest.  But the greatest- danger of ail-that  of the man who is   careless with his  camp fire, still remains open, and itjTt  be    removed   only   by increased  dampness and consequent heavy  growth of grass and weeds which  made the year 1912 one of thc best  in the history of the Province from  thc standpoint of fire protection, will  combine to mako a great fire hazard  this spring.  The rangers now appointed by tho  Branch are being given particular instructions with regard to warning  campers and securing their co-operation in keeping down the danger to  the forest.  The six simple rules which the  rangers will impress upon all those  they meet in the woods are: .  1. Be sure your match is out before you throw it away. j  2. Knock out   your   pipe ashes or i  | throw your cigar or cigarette stump  where there is nothing to catch fire.  3. Don't build a campfire any larger than is   necessary.     Never leave!  it,   even  for    a  short time,   without |  putting it out with water or earth,    j  4-   Don't build a ..campfire against!  a  tree  or log.   Build    a small   one '  where you' can   scrape away the needles, leaves or grass from all sides of  Your housecleaning day will be made easier  if you come In*here and let us guide you in  the choice of some Time and Trouble Savers  We carry everything the most.careful housewife     ' ,:.  is likely to need to clean house with, ���������������������������'.  ;  - Call in and look around anyway.  BUSINESS IS RUN  CASH  BASIS  can  watchfulness" on the p'art of "ever?^  dividual who uses the woods for  pleasure or profit.  This year the officers of thc Forest  Branch expect a harder season 'than  ever before.     The very conditions of  - 5. Don't build bonfires. The wind  may come up at any time and start  a fire which y6u cannot control.  6- If you discover a fire, put it out  if possible; if you cai^t, get word to  the nearest forest ranger or fire warden as quickly as you possibly can.  THE HENRY  OVUrl^U���������������������������^2^  '%7zb7l&<&toMbjfa,  7?i������������������. -<&&TdJmy *  77W  dtfai  man  ^xxz  FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD  X<__!   ���������������������������J  INDIAN RESERVE QUESTION  Edior The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir: , In "recent years two  commissions navy travelled-the^coun-  .try" inquiring ' into -Indian- reserves  with a view to making changes.. Another commission, is" now to be'.ap  pointed for  reserve ,landsv' was devoted to this  end. It is Jn the interest of others  to do, the best -possible for the Indian. .The way to the full rights of  citizenship should also be open. Many  "' our r Indians ��������������������������� are    quite',equal- to'  of  fate  lirf&meJk.  worn  ���������������������������-���������������������������������������������   ���������������������������������������������   '������������������������������������������������������  Wi the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and RESTHOME  DYi:, one can buy-Why you don't even havo to  l:now wliat K:ND of Clotli your Goods arc made  of.���������������������������So MNukci arc Impossible.  Send for Vtca Color Card, Story Booklet, and  Booklet Kivins: results of Dyeing over other colors.  The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,  -     Montreal. Canada.  many aliens who are ��������������������������� receiving grants  of land.arid ������������������������������������������������������ the. franchise. .-There" is  no danger - or. "difficulty '"_n -the" way  ���������������������������that could' notr easily' .be'.overcome'  ,.������������������,.,   w uc.ay-jHecould'b������������������ .Protected against rob:  the. same purpose. > When j bery-'by White men who are less hon  want'to .do. a ! eSt'0r ind������������������'strious..than himself.    But  commission': Itihe0Ught' when   he-shows his'fitness  a comfortable way to "engage jt0..havo his   ?w"    land, and a clean  It is time; for public opin  WJBING,HEATINGJINSMITHING  ���������������������������J-'Z.'Z  title to it. I .believe, the standard  of citizenship in the country should  be much higher ��������������������������� than it is for all  classes.       Our    citizenship    is    alto  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OP ENGLAND (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Com-  mii^nion;  11    a.m.,    Morning Prayer;  =7_30__p. m. ,_-Evening-Jjfraycrr:������������������������������������������������������ ^=^  REV. M. F. HILTON,  governments   do   not    want to.do.a i  thing they appoint a  may be  friends.  ion to press matters beyond .the com  mission stage.   ' There are two questions: the land and the Indians.   The  latter is by far -the more Important gether to������������������ ch8?P a thing. , No man  although more, people' are- exorcised i h.as any comPlaint if he is denied the  about the reserve lands than about inghts of citizenship' until he' proved  the welfare of the occupants. It is ������������������������������������������������������his fitness to h'old the trust. But  not the fault of the reserve that En-! whate���������������������������r that standard be it should  derby is limited to the shipment of be open to the "Indian on thc same  one car of produce a year. terms as to all others.   ' Let the In  dian know that    he   may qualify to  ���������������������������''.;-,   Enderpy,^BriMsfc  We We y few:fin^resicij^  -   '   Cash   $5 Tier mrintTvr '--'-'">--. -' *'" ..'  ��������������������������� ~---A\T. .-.-.-.--;-. .��������������������������� .v,������������������-T'*^,'W^'^.2|  ?b_ 2 houses at-11.000 each, $300:will-hanciW^ofth&^^S|3  on- Choice ,1 acre lots,"1 $25 leash, $10 per', month" V '��������������������������� 'X7l7-/i&yj^fzf>  10 acres fruit land,;cleared;$l,75P; onetHird cash,v^i^cf^:K  over 5 years- .    V ���������������������������  -  ���������������������������-���������������������������*.'.;.-.  "' / "::yi ;....->: -. 'z^yyyyXXz/Ti:  5 ..acres,. 21 cleared,.$2,000; one third^cash,'-ialande%^  arrange  SEE' US FOR OTHER "GOOD BUYS, WE CAN:SUIT TOUR .PpCKET  "    rv'   _><     ' NORTHERN OKANAGAN LAND^CO:  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���������������������������11 a.m. and 7:30  P.m.; Y.P.S.C.E., Monday. 7:30 p.m.  REV.  D.  CAMPBELL, Pastor.  Considering the situation of the Indian, it is a wonder he is as good as  he is.     He   has   no chance, and the  fault is not   his   own. ,   The present  system of reserve has no doubt in the  past been    a   good   one,  but it has  iMgely^o.utllv.ecl^its^pur-pose^It-is-  now an abuse.    What has the Indian  before him to   awaken his ambition?  to make him a man?   He is held as a  minor and denied any way of escape, j  It seems to   mc   that   two things I  ought to be open 'to him: education  and citizenship.     There is resource in  the reserve to   provide thc best pos-  sibli [������������������.rX]}.e odl'cntijon. and ..industrial  training of these people.   And no one  need find fault if all thc value of the  obtain the same right to his property  (and give    him    the " same chance for  education, and there will at least.be  something to appeal to his ambition  and bring out his worth of manhood.  We_.cannot-do.ubUthe-_naturaI^ability-  or force of character in these people.  Under the most    unfavorable  conditions, and    with   nothing to awaken  endeavor, we have   many worthy examples of the Indian.     Give them a  fair chance, and they will hold their  own.    It is to be hoped that thc present movement   will go a great way  beyond merely;grnsping n .p.iccc of Indian lands to speculate with.  DUNCAN CAMPBELL  E'N DER BY  No Irrigation, Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and are esneci������������������l:  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and   will- eive instruct.��������������������������� .������������������  perMri0���������������������������8' 8l,b"dlvI?cd into 20"acre lot9 ������������������������������������������������������'   *��������������������������� on the mark.t at  |175  Apply to"-'16 flWt bl������������������Ck aHd mak<! m������������������ney 0D>the advance-  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land OfTico; Enderby.  Find the Finder  If you found a purse your first  impulse would be to look in the  Lost and Found/' columns of,  our paper.  If you have lost a pXTrse cton't  you think the finder would do the  same.  If you wish to find the finder  use our Classified Want Ads.  rop,ri,ku. intrlt UK^ti  A MUSICAL TRIUMPH!  Tiie EDISON BLUE AMBEROL RECORD  Over 300, Grand Opera, Concert, and regular records arrived  this week.   Call, and let us play them for you.  An  I 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.  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���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  AR.nt also for Church and Parlor Organs  Also Firo and Life Insurance  Office in brick block opp. Thc "Walker Pr^ai.  J. E. CRANE,  Enderby Agent  of every description executed  neatly and cheap, and with  despatch, at the Walker Press  .*������������������*���������������������������* .������������������&*'  t  I  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  April  3, 1913  is a New Record for the Edison Phonograph  It is not only proof against  injury, but will never be worn  out by constant playing  But the most wonderful  thing about the Blue Amberol is its perfect tone and  the lifelike quality of  its reproduction. In  this respect alone it  is superior to any  other  phonograph  record you can buy. You  must hear a Blue Amberol  to appreciate its true  worth. Your Edison  dealer will play some  for you on an Edison  Phonograph. Ask  him today.  City Council Passes Upon Matters   '  Of Unfinished Business  sion, and Miss Murray for one day.  They enjoyed a very pleasant and  profitable time.  UNITED ON FOREIGN POLICY  Thc extent to which British foreign  i policy is removed from party conflict  At the meeting of the City Council  last Wednesday evening,  Aid. Hartry  submitted an offer from Chas. Slccclcs  to sell to   thc    City   for the sum of  $250 five acres of his hill property to  he used as a nuisance ground.     Thc  matter was    referred to Aid. Hartry  to inspect thc property and report.    , ,..,,, ,   ,  j was exemplified    by a declaration in  A letter from    the   Indian  Depart- \ thc House    of    Commons last week,  ment in the    matter   of the right of _ when Sir Edward    Grey and Premier  way over the    Tndian reserve to the ] Asquith  cordially    acknowledged the  sand bar,   stated    that    if    thc said; co-operation    of    the    opposition    in  right of way   was    to be granted by ! helping to make    England's influence  Lhe    Department    together    with the j for peace supreme in  the Councils of  privilege    of    taking   sand  from  the J Europe.     Premier Asquith said:  river.,' it    would   have to bc paid for!    "There has never been a chapter in  the same as if   such   privileges were   our history with    so    few discordant  granted over thc private property of; notes to   embarass-   the direction of  any    white    citizen.       Action    post- , Britain's    foreign   policy.     The gov-  poned until the city's appropriations  ernment    acknowledges   the patriotic  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  FOUND���������������������������On the railway track-, a  watch and fob. Owner can have  same by proving property and paying for this advertisement*. At C.  P. R. station..  for the year are made.  Thomas A. Edison, Inc., 100 Lakeside Ave., Orange, N. J., U. S. A.  A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at  . EFMDERBY MUSIC  BS3jCTS_n__!_E__3_2__S2!___re^^  '&X3X3������������������EX7ES5ZB  E__J_3������������������S_SSEIff^ra^^  2SSIBtS3i!EBe&8BXSSS8������������������L!8  H  \Ye  ���������������������������Maintains its. HIGH STANDARD-OF. QUALITY. Each'  Sack contains flour that will act- like the. last sack ancl -  -always give you GOOD results in BREAD baking. We  exercise no end of CARE in GLEANING 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.  Petition from W. Robinson et al.  asking for a sidewalk on the east  side   of    Sicamous " street.       Action  which   the    opposition has  support  given it."  "Simultaneously the papers here,"  says a report from London, "publish  evidence of the continued bickerings  postponed until Committee on Public; botween the Liberals and the Conser-  Works reports requirements. jyatives in Canada   on an equally vi-  The Finance Committee reported ���������������������������tal Empire issue. It would admit-  favorably on the following: j tec11>T be of enormous gain to British  Bank of Montreal, coupons ...? 65.001 Prestige if, even now, Canada's de-  Geo. Packham,  postage and ex- j.cision on the    naval  question could,  I to adopt a phrase which Premier As-  press on B. of T. Journal....     28.00 ; quith ���������������������������sod   in    refcrence   to    Balkiin  Jas. Mowat, insurance  :      91.20 ; aflalrS(   ..g0    forthto    all concerned  The  Walker  Press,  printing....     32.70 as  the  carefully considered  judgment  ^���������������������������00 of the House, of Commons,  speaking  7'05,with full authority as representative  25.50|O[ a united people."  MacLean Pub. Co., Ltd    Okanagan Telephone  Co   Okanagan Saw Mills Ltd.*...   E. J. Mack, street maint..."."...  C. Hawkins, City Hall const..  G. Rosoman, miscellaneous....  Enderby"-Brass Band, donation  Hospital  Auxiliary  donation..  BALED OAT .HAY, $10.00 per ton;'  potatoes, .fLO.OO per ton. Hazelmere Ranch. Apply G. Murdock.  WANTED��������������������������� A man experienced in  milking cows and making butter.  Good wages. G. B. Wallace, Box  520,  Armstrdng, B:C. m20-2t  EGGS FOR HATCHING���������������������������Carefully  selected utility stock; Black Minorcas; lfl.00 for setting of .13. Also  duck eggs; $1 for setting of 11.  Address, Mrs. John McKay, Waterside Ranch,  Enderby.    --      ml3-Gt  THIRTY DOLLARS PER ACRE���������������������������SO  acres unimproved land; easily  cleared, and well watered by small  Lake. Two miles from town; Government road along west boundary.  Apply owner, James Ellison, Lake-  view, Enderby. m20-4t  8.00  '14.05  C.05  25.00  25.00  ENDORSE    PUBLICITY   SCHEME  The  Clerk*   reported    that   A.    P.  Crossman, barrister,   who is investigating the title to the proposed cem  etery site, ��������������������������� states    that certificate of  title cannot be    found.       Decided to  defer  completion . of    purchase until \  certificate of title is found"or a new I  one issued.  Letter from, the Bank of Montreal  asking members of the. Council to  sign a personal undertaking to deposit the City's . unsold debentures  with the bank. for the purpose of  sale. Decided instead of signing  such undertaking to have debentures  issued at once and to placc them as  security with the bank.  COLUMIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited  SCHOOL TEACHERS  MEET  A plebiscite held by the Kelowna  City Council last week on the question of the advisability of a grant of  ?5,000 this year for publicity purposes, the amount to include the sal-  Jary of a Publicity Commissioner, re-  , suited in a majority of 40V;in favor  of the "proposition. Thc proposition  is being heartily endorsed by some of  the* largest property    owners of that  citv: " -     .    .."��������������������������� _,. -- .  "���������������������������----��������������������������� ft"   -"  In this   connection,    we would like  to-enquire  what    has    happened  the  EnderbyB oard  of Trade proposition  along the   same    lines,  submitted to  the Enderby City Council'some time  ago ?   The   petition    then    presented  was signed by a    large    majority of  thc ratepayers,  and  .fiction .was then  promised whon    the    Board of Trade  was ready to    submit some tangible  proposition."  EGGS FOR SETTING���������������������������Prom purebred S. S. Hamburgs; at $1.50 per  setting .of 13. Mrs. j. A. Miller,  Stanley St., Enderby, B.  C.   m204t  CLEANING, PRESSING & REPAIR-  ing, plain sewing, dressmaking.Miss  Airth has opened a sewing room in  ther building formerly occupied by  The Walker Press, Enderby,- where  she will be pleased to meet all desiring her services.     -,  POR  " SALE���������������������������Rough    and    dimension  {> lumber.     .At, mill  0r delivered.   A.  Tomkinson, Enderby.  HW*llWflr-"^*>tt'i-t'i'*'*'*^t!������������������!,r'^������������������l������������������awi;i-.������������������,-,  Downham '& ,GiIdemeester  CONTRACTORS    AND   BUILDERS  r^EG to announce that they have entered into  partnership, and are prepared to give their  patrons First-class Service along the lines of  General  Contracting  It will pay you to let us figure with you  ��������������������������� FURNITURK   MADR TO  ORDER  Office and Shop in Poison Block on Cliff Street near George  --&ver-y^innueneG^to-make=t-he-visit-o^  Thc last meeting of the Okanagan  Teachers' Institute was held at Ver*-  non last week, being attended by GO  or more of the Okanagan and Revelstoke teaching staff. The meetings  were held in tho Central School assembly hall, being presided- over by  President of the Institute, E. Wilson,  B.A., of Armstrong.  The Vernon Board of School Trustees and    the    teaching staff, exerted  MRS.- C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide  experience, ��������������������������� has  removed   her  - dressmaking parlors -to the Matthews house, on Cliff St., west of  .George.'  . - -    *  DIFFER IN POLITICS  BRING HOME ONE CUP  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  he Walker Press      Enderby, B.C.  AOKNT.H  the teachers in attendance most en  joyable, both at thc Institute meetings and in the entertainment provided when the Institute was not in  session.  At the conclusion of thc convention  thc name of thc Institute was  changed to the Yale-Kootenny Institute,. _to. conform to., the. thc new.  school law, and Principal M. J.  Coady, 13.A., of Vernon was "elected  president, and Principal R. D. Col-  pitts, M.A., of Revelstoke, secretary.  Revelstoke was chosen us the meeting place for thc 1914 convention.  Inspectors Denton and McKenzie  were present, and gave very valuable  hints on teaching and thc handling  of the school work in their addresses  hefore the Institute. Excellent papers were also read by E. J-J. Murphy, Esq., of the Provincial Normal  School; B. S. Freeman, B. A., of  Armstrong; D. M. Robinson, B. A.,  of the Provincial Normal; Miss F. M.  Currie, Kelowna; Miss E. H. Hooley,  Revelstoke; AV. C. Mitchell, Esq., of  Vernon; E. Wilson, B. A., Armstrong  and   J.  Barker,    B.    A.,  Revelstoke.  The address by Rev. A. Dunn, of  Kelowna, on India, and that by W.  I-I. Brittain, Plant Pathologist and  Entomologist, Department of Agriculture, also created the deepest interest in these subjects.   '  Principal Calder, of Enderby school  was in attendance throughout the ses-  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear, Sir: Permit me to draw your  attention to the item in last week's  paper wherein it states that the people of Mara are acting in regard to  Thc Armstrong curlers returned itlle fame warden division. 'We recog-  from the Vancouver bonspiel on Sat-1 nize an ������������������ld friend here who has been  urday, bringing with them the Kjl-jvery active" at Mara. I refer to a  mer Cup, one of thc five trophies up 1 clique of the Conservative association  for competition. The rink winning [here who "are the interested persons,  the cup was composed of- Messrs. and are trying to bring about the  Ehmke, Munro, Morgan and Thorap- above mentioned changes, and to  son. them full'credit should'be given. But  we are    decidedly   opposed    to them  masquerading under the guise of the  A locomotive for the Kettle Valley  down the lake on Tuesday by the s.s,  Castlegar. This makes the third  iron horse that has been ferried down  to Penticton in the past few months.  ���������������������������Kelowna Courier.  ture such will be put in the political  column where it belongs and not try  and saddle   the   community at large  with such news.   ~~  Yours etc., WM.   OWEN.  *������������������  j  jiff  'll  ������������������  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit Lnnd Hny Lnnd  Town Lois  The Liverpool & London & Globe Jns. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  l-r)iip|c>'.-L inc.idliiri! Kire Insurance Co.  Itoyal InsuranceCo.,of Liverpool (Life dept.  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY  We have concluded to close out our Dry Goods, and to  do so quickly we are making great reductions in everything in this department: Without making a great  noise about it, we are offering the greatest bargains  ever seen in this section in ladies' wear, "dress goods,  linings, and all lines ��������������������������� of dry goods.  Come in and investigate  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B. C.  i  n  i,  I ff r> j  1   "?  17  hi  '���������������������������������������������  *������������������  > i J.  'll  fi  f:  f;  t;!  5".  I  pi  I  I?  v.  Supplement Enderby Press  LATEST FROM  THE  COCK-PIT  Turkey has declared that it unreservedly accepts the terms of peace  proposed by" the. European .powers.  These terms practically shut Turkey  out of Europe, but allow.her to retain Constantinople and the Dardanelles. The powers will not allow  the Allies 'to exact a war indemnity,  nor*" will they permit the division of  Albana nor the occupation by Montenegro of Scutari. - The Turkish acceptance was accompanied by an expression of thanks to thc powers for  their mediation.  Adrianople has fallen into thc  hands of thc Allies. After many  weeks of heavy bombardment the  Turkish forces were driven out at the  point of the bayonet.  mU  "z '  massam  The Enderby Music store placed  four more Amberolas in Enderby  homes thc past week or so; also  twelve White sewing machines.  A fine line of linoleums now ready  for  your    inspection.     Blanchard    &  ���������������������������"English: ; ^==  FOR     SALE���������������������������Baled     timothy     and  clover hay.     Apply, Gelling, Grand  Bend Farm,  Enderby.  Tenders Wanted  TENDERS will be rcccivcdup to 3  p.in. A PIUL SEVENTH, Y\)'l 'X by D.G.  Tate, City Clerk, Vernon, 13. C, for  thc supply of the following Cedar  Poles:  20 (more or less) 50 feet long,  25 (more or less)   .5 feet long,  GOO (more or less) 40 feet long,  All shall have nine to-ten inch diameter tops and twelve to eighteen  inch' diameter butts, measured six  feet from the end,  Poles shall be straight, live cedar,  clear, close-grained and free from  knots or shakes. (Knots up to one  inch in diameter are permitted if not  too thickly spaced.)  Five per cent, only butt rot is permitted.  One-way sweep is allowed of one  inch for each five feet of length of  pole. Measurement of sweep to be  taken from surface of pole to a line  stretched from the top to a point six  feet from the butt on one side of the  pole where the sweep is most exaggerated.  Poles must be sawn squarely across  at each end and shall be even lengths.  MATHER, YUTLL & CO., Ltd.  Vancouver, B, C.  Consulting  Engineers.  EINDERBY OPERA HOUSE  Monday, April 7th  ONE NIGHT ONLY  KELOWNA  DRAMATIC  SOCIETY PRESENTS  .  '"  d  THE WORLD-FAMOUS  FAROE,   13Y 13RANDON  THOMAS,   PRESENTING  A.  L.  SO AMES,  (late of Lhc Comedy    Theatre,    London,)  SUPPORTED BY A POWERFUL  CAST  THREE NEW AND COMPLETE SETS OF SCENERY SPECIALLY  BUILT   FOR  THIS   PERFORMANCE,   AND   PAINTED  BY  MR.  G.   13.   McKIE.  RESERVED  SEATS,  $1.00;   on  sale at Reeves' Drug Store.  ���������������������������an  of every description executed  neatly and cheap, and with  despatch, at the Walker Press


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