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 .ssS'  t**13^  V9 SsS/^\  APR 28.1913  *<-%  ^���������������������������^.^T���������������������������^S������������������*>*^ **[ *  Enderby, B.C., April 24, 1913  A ND.'WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol.. 6; No. 8; Whole No. 268'  AU Debentures Issued by the City  Sold in Toronto at 7 Per Cent  P^u  V,  The regular meeting of -the City  Council held Monday evening was attended by all members, with Mayor  Ruttan in thc chair.  " After the reading of the minutes  the report of the Committee of the  Whole was read as follows:  Meeting held   on    Monday evening,  April 14th; present the Mayor' and all  ���������������������������  members of the Council.  In the matter Oof cemetery, "the  Mayor clrew attention to the delay in  completion of purchase of cemetery  site, owing to loss of certificate - of  title, and " suggested that some arrangement-might" be made to enable  the work of clearing, etc., to be pro-  - ceeded with pending adjustment of  title.- It was moved by Aid.' Worthington .and seconded by Aid. Blan-  chard that' a payment of ������������������500 on ac-  . count, of purchase money be made to  the vendor" at;".~once ~- in ��������������������������� consideration  _-?S-bf'his"giving1 immediate, possession of  the land and - guaranteeing to'make  good the. title', thereof; and that-the  work of preparing * the site for- cemetery ^purposes be"-proceeded with at  an'expenditure not-to exceed,'without.further authority from the Council,-the sum of $300*    Motion carried  - * r l  and "it was referred -,"to" the Cemetery  Committee, to have'- the work ,carried  out immediately.    '. - '  Mr. T. E., Rodie, who was in attendance on the " Council, asked per:'  mission'" to address them [ with reference to. the Trades .Licence By-law.  He stated that he and other real es-  tate'agents in the-city, after conferring together ,on the ^matter, had decided to ask "the Council to impose  a licence on all ..persons -practicing as  real estate agents. His-worship the  Mayor replied" that-the matter should  be considered at - the next regular  meeting of . the . Council. Mr. Rodie  thereupon   thanked _the    Mayor and  ��������������������������� Aldermen for having heard him, and  withdrew.     It' was   then  moved  by  ��������������������������� Aid.- Worthington, and seconded by  Aid. Blanchard, that leave be, and it  is hereby, given to the Chairman of  the Finance Committee to introduce,  at the next meeting of the Council, a  by-law to amend By-Law No. 12, im-  _ posing licence fees of $25 per annum  ~"~ "oir all'dealers "in," or "agents" for;- real  estate.     Carried.  The clerk reported that he had been  advised by Mr. A. F. Crossman, that  the title to the property being purchased by the city from Mr. Skeeles,  was in order, and the deed tendered  by him satisfactory; and that Mr.  Skeeles had applied for the balance  of the purchase money. It was  moved by Aid. Blanchard, and seconded by Aid. Grant, that the balance due Mr. Skeeles on account purchase of'nuisance ground, amounting  to $200, be paid.   Carried.  A1 letter was received from Messrs.  C. H. Burgess & Co., the city's fiscal  agents, asking whether the city is  prepared to sell the bonds now in  their hands on a 7 per cent, basis.  It was moved by Aid. Worthington,  seconded by Aid. Teece that Messrs.  Burgess & Co. be instructed to offer  the debentures in question at a price  ��������������������������� not less than that mentioned���������������������������that  is, such price as will net to the purchaser interest on his money at the  rate of 7 per cent.  In    accordance   with     instructions  given    at   the   last    meeting of the  .  Council the clerk submitted a list of  licence fees chargeable under the city  by-laws.'     Consideration postponed.  A petition was, received from Mr.  F. H. Barnes and others, asking for  tho construction of a 4-ft/ sidewalk  along the north ' side of George St.,  from the corner of Granville to Mr.  Simard's property, and on Third St.'  to Princess Ave. Referred to the  Board of Works to construct a sufficient length of sidewalk to serve-the  Birrell-and Lundberg residences.  A letter was received from Mr.  R.  R,. - Gibbs,    asking   on    behalf of St.  George's vicarage building cbmraittee  that the sidewalk might be extended  from the 'Parish'- Hall on Knight St.  to the    corner   of    George'St.,  and  thence 'to the, corner'-'of 'Regent St;  Referred to.Board ot Works.        r ' .':  "A .letter was" received',*fro"m" Mr." F.  V. Moffet,-. forwarding-/plan of .proposed subdivision of part-"of "lots i;  2, Xan d -"4-; - Map" 188; -and:- dsking- that  same_ might ."be;   inspected;/''and, if  found -. satisfactory,    approved.;   Referred back,to Mr.." Moffet Jpr certification of - an .authorized    land1 surveyor.   " - /���������������������������-     --'-'' - " J  ": i   -  ]tAld.' Worthington    drew, the' attention of the    Council- to   ,the delapi-  dated   condition   of    the   -fence-' surrounding   the    recreation--ground:   It  was moved by   Aid.   -Blanchard/ seconded by,Aid.   Grant that Aid. Wor:.  thingon be,,   and*-;iie' - is hereby,   appointed a committee    to take charge  of the recreation'ground.   Carried. It  was referred to Aid.   Worthington to  have necessary   repairs.made to the  fence, and it   \va~s " decided to change  the entrance to   the- ground from its  present position on the Vernon Road  to the westerly side of the property, j  on George street.  G.'G. Campbell appeared before the  ThifligS Quickly ToW  Of EveiltS aiid "  Council in connection with the mat- *-' T u .  Persons of Close-Home Interest  Report of the   committee was "confirmed.  =JTemp_orary__Jjoans__By_law-j_v.*-as==readr  the third ,time and duly passed.  The plan of the Teece sub-division  was sent back to the Council by thc  city engineers, because it showed  Evergreen Avenue only GO feet wide,  whereas the city by-law calls for 65  feet. Messrs. Cummins & Agnew in  passing back to the Council the plan  unapproved/ ..stated _ that jf _it__were  necessary to "restrict "the" width of the  avenue to 00 feet, the matter would  have to be referred to the Attorney-  General for his approval.  Aid. Blanchard submitted an estimate for a building to bc erected on  the hack of the city property to accommodate 4 police cells. It was decided that the erection of such a  building would, only bc a make-shift,  and the matter was referred to the  Mayor to bring in some recommendation looking to a permanent improvement.  Aid. Hartry brought up the matter  of the appointment of a health officer  and it was left in his hands to interview Dr. Keith in the matter.  The Finance Committee reported  the following accounts and they were  ordered paid:  J. Place,  wages; $   22.80  C P. R., freight       63.00  Board of Works pay sheet      85.20  C. A. and F.  S.  Skeeles,  balance of D. G. purchase     200.00  G. L. Williams, purchase cemetery site (on account)    500.00  W.  J. Wheeler,   wages        3.00  Okanagan Saw Mills, light      32.94  1 Canadian  Municipalities,   .......     10.00  ter of establishing a gymnasium and  reading rooms, for ladies and gentlemen, proposed   in a letter read from  him.at the last regular meeting.   He  briefly outlined    the proposition.   It  was   this:   To    establish " something  in the nature    of    a Y.M.C.A., with  gymnasium    and    reading  rooms  for  ladies   and    gentlemen.     He had already secured   the   promise of about  $200 from -citizens,    and desired the  city to appropriate such sum- as was,  deemed advisable for. the fitting up of  the rooms, etc.   The building he proposed to submit as the place for the  "rooms would cost a' rental ,pf $50 per  nionth.   "   The    Mayor   stated   that-  while he would like to see something  of the nature, established here,' they  would have -to .go., into" the matter  fully before giving, financial aid, and  promised that -it*  would--.be taken up  and discussed at -'a-subsequent-meeting of the"Council.,. , y ->*";- \ ,' -A:  _ A ��������������������������� petition: ,was   .received'from the  property owners "in: the .r-Bair d acreage  east of the railroadrnbrth^ofvRegenl'  street, '."asking."Jthe' '.'Council to" .lay'--a"  s'idewalk^east -to a'lane "-bordering -the  brickyard.^-They- pronftSecVto' deed to"  the'city five if eet .on- either side* of the  proposed lane,  'which-is";now 32 feet  wide!     The ^Council' - was of; opinion  that as^no plan;_of the-acreage had  ever been submitted.''to' "the- city,, and  the city   docs ..not;   hold a deed to  the lane    now   existing,  it,would be  impossible, to .consider the. matter until  these" matters -had been attended  to. '     ,  A letter was^read from^Mr. Varley,  secretary of the tennis club, thanking  the Council for the'offer of space for  tennis courts- on recreation ground,  but stating that the. club had decided  it would not be required under the  conditions!   '    - _ .  Plan of the Moffet" addition was  presented and referred to the city engineers.  Application^for-=water-=was=received=  from Thos. Wm.   Pound, and was re  ferred to the water committee.  A lettergram was read from C. H.  Burgess & Co., Toronto, stating that  they had disposed of the- city's debentures placed t in their hands for  sale, at 86.*  Application of the Ladies' Aid of  the Methodist church for booth privileges on the recreation ground on  May 24th (central portion of thc curling rink) was granted at the regular  rate of $5 per booth.  The matter of repairs to thc road  in the vicinity of the new,'entrance to  the recreation ground was referred  to the Board of Works.  Adjourned to meet Friday, April  25th at 7.30 p.m.  Frank Ornst returned to Enderby  from Frank, Alt'-u, the.past week.  Robt. Waddell expects to bc in Enderby on business in the near future.  Frank Hawcs has been appointed  Deputy Fire Warden for the Mabel  Lake district-.   . , \  The Rex Vaudevilles at the Opera'  House Saturday evening, in addition  to the "movies." '- , , --  F.- Pyman-is makings several ;im-  provenients to' the -interior fixtures,  of his jewelry- store.,_      '-     . \,  G. L. Williams has. purchased the  pretty home of Mr., and Mrs. A.-Sutcliffe; on the Enderby Heights. ���������������������������  In.the' Alberta    elections'the past  week", the Sifton    government was re-  ���������������������������*. *Q  turned-to power by-a..safe' majority:  -. -The 'display _of ' refrigerators - this  week by the"Fulton"i Hardware Corn-  pan y. premises'- a"." summer's ,work for.  the" ice'man"./"-, ' J,i\ "'. .'-'-;-*-".'--  -"-Mrs. -*AV. D:";>.Gebrge;-! whojhas been  spending af'-month''the/guest* of-Mrs.-,  Robt*. ;" Waddell, "'Victoria,��������������������������� is ��������������������������� expected  home in .'a-few^davs. '- " "'J- ' f - **"  :Four'' carloads " of ^settlers'" effects  arrived- pn^'Monday, belonging ",to  Messrs. Olson,--Larson 'and ^ Johnson,-  all of Broadview,; Alta. ,. '" - ",  ;Mj\ D. McNicall,.- vice-president" of  the C. P. R.,-passed down'the line on  Monday, accompanied by Mr. McKay  division superintendent, returning'on  Tuesday. _   ..--;-'���������������������������     "*-'._    -:.-  A business meeting "of the Hospital  Auxiliary will be held at the home'of  Mrs. Poison on Thursday afternoon,  May-1st.. Tea-will be" served at'close  of meeting.      .       "  Mr. "A.-.R. Rogers, of the Okanagan  Saw Mills, as visiting Enderby this"  week, making a personal investigation of conditions here in connection  with his lumbering interests.  "Enderby's. wide    awake lpolice, force  came out    in    new    togs   this week.  A meeting to . report progress was -  held in. the City Hall last Friday afternoon ������������������by the   Celebration Commit-' -  tee. .. All subcommittees reported ex"-. ,  cellent progress made,  and every in- -.  dication was apparent that when the\  program is finally completed, Ender1 ,  by' will    have    a    celebration' -better   '  than that of any previous year.'-  Thos.   Sharpe and   Capt. Cameron',   -  president and   secretary "of .the local/,"  poultry     association, .-visited ;��������������������������� Afm-Jy,  strong- on Monday ���������������������������** to attend a: joint ���������������������������%  meeting" "of ,the"  poultrymen, - looking ~,;  to the    centralizing , of Z the    winter-"^  poultry    show: along "'the.lines.out-,-  lined,-at the executive meeting'held.a '-r-  week-;or-more   ago.' They report the-',,:,  meeting} was "most satisfactory '.to all.-  concerned, -;ahd;, the* success "of the// Xzi'/r^,Xi  proposition is; now .assurred:/'���������������������������<.{".'y*~}/Z'0/Z-j:  -������������������������������������������������������ y,  -���������������������������' - --'*-" ^''Xy^yxmrnxm  f     IT.    ,* (������������������������������������������������������"  _."���������������������������     ' t  4 . v-1  -_,-..IrW  HOME ON SOOKE LAKE  Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Waddell have  recently purchased a beautiful- home  on Sooke Lake, near Victoria, for  $1,850 per acre. This they intend to  make their future home. The land is  bounded on one side by DcManuel's  Creek, on another by Sooke River  and fronts upon the lak'e.  A SNAP���������������������������for yuick sale���������������������������Saddle mare  4 years old; has been driven; good  buggy and harness; no room for  them. Hundred dollars cash. C.  G. Piper.  Now that thc showery weather is  about to set in, be prepared by carrying 'a raincoat. We have them,  from $9 up,     Dill Bros..   ������������������������������������������������������   ��������������������������� ���������������������������  "' 'Marat;' ,5^il=7=nftie=="boy the other  day, after some minutes of nuiet  thought in a corner, "Mama, did  God make Bob Bailey?"  E. J. Seifert was' installed on the  lumber company's books this week,  taking the position made vacant by  the "removal of Mr. Schmidt to the  coast. N. B. Courtney is the com-  I pa'ny-s new -stenographer.  -'-'-  Only one week left in which to  clean up the yards to pass inspection  in accordance with thc Health Committee's orders. The Committee has  given fair warning. A summons will  | follow if no attention is paid to the  warning after May Jst.  The Boy Scouts had their first fire  drill last Friday night. Every Friday night of the summer season the  Scouts practice with the hose and  reel, and they will soon be able to  knock the regular fire brigade into a  cocked hat���������������������������if no practices are held.  The big saws were started in the  lumber mill last Thursday. The first  week's cut has been exceptionally  satisfactory to the management.  The season starts most favorably,  and the outlook for business, while  not too roseate for the next month  j or two, points to a very profitable  , season.  At a meeting of the Enderby Tennis syndicate held Tuesday evening,  it was decided to erect a club house  on the tennis grounds, with all the  conveniences for members, and to  prepare three courts for the season's  games. ,,  in -the Council- 'Chamber;-of,;the,.City^ V-ti.'^X-^"^  Hall Tuesday.; afternoon'?; Only, three--'yX-J^Xzzf  c^e^were'brougtit^u'p-^ii^  these "only. the;litigants" were'heard: jf..;;,^f^'^^i.'^  The hearing'of the appeals;of-Jt'Ih. 'Xt' 'Zy'R%  Carefoot" and G. \H.-'. Smedle^"fromS**rr,>-^i^V  the -assessment " lcvied_byj"thV/C6urtvJ.������������������'*i$/^  of "Revision on'*���������������������������'" their "properties', be-.',. '  cupied the-greater , part--ofVthe after-" >j7  noon.   " In   - the;."Carefoot1   appeal, \'/.  Judge'-. Swanson" - reduced-tlie" assess,-;.. J, V  m-iit* from $1'J50 to'$1,350, 'owihgVto   j '/  the^close    proximity of the Carefoot    ; '���������������������������';  property 'to - the    lumber  mill, wood,���������������������������'���������������������������'/'-'  yards   ancl      bunkhouses,.   "splitting",.-'"-"  the difference between what-Mr."Care: --*���������������������������";".  foot valued    his   property and what " ./".';.  the Courtf of ..Revision de"cided iipon.\:,.  ln this appeal,"\tbe~ city stands the"'--  '  cost,"$25. -        "'        "_ -.'-".  In the Smedley appeal Judge Swan--'  son  sustained   the"   valuation placed  upon thei property , by the Court of **    "  Jtevision,=and^thc^costSf=?$25H1were ''-���������������������������'  charged to the appellant.'  In these cases the city's interests  were looked after- by Attorney Billings, of Vernon, and those of the appellants by Attorney Crossman.  In the cases of Parkinson vs. Maundrell and    Crossman    vs.  Maundrell,  suits for moneys    claimed to be due,  lh5_. decision .of    the"  court:..was"in -.\:  favor of the plaintiffs.  REX   VAUDEVILLE   SATURDAY  On Saturday next,the Rex Vaudeville Show will pay a return visit to  Enderby for one night only, No  doubt many local theatre patrons  will stiH remember the last visit of  this versatile company in December  last, and another plcusant and amusing performance is in store for all  those who will turn up at the Opera  House on Saturday evening.  Popular prices (25c, 50c and 75c)  are the rule with the'Rex, and as, in  addition to f-i-^ir c.v-pa vaudeville  acts, also will be given some first-  class picture films, the opera house  managers anticipate a crowded  house will greet the appearance of  these clever people.  If you are looking for something  extra good in canned fruit, we can  satisfy you.   Dill Bros.  Before investing in a Panama, have  a look at ours. We can save you  money.     Dill Bros.  Green vegetables at Dill Bros on  Friday.   Order early. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  April 24, 1913  Once tried, ahvays used,  and when regularly used  all complexion   troubles  disappear.  T IS SO REFRESHING!  ENDERBY PRESS  jthe bad    tie-up.   But    his line lasted  >'X-JXl*X-~ I only    two   hours.      While it   lasted  Published overy Thursday at I'.ridei.by. B.C. at: Glenn  received the congratulations of  $2 per year, by tho Walker Press. ������������������ th(,   olhor    0perat,0l-s     and   officials   of  Advertising Rates:   Transient. SOe an inch  first   the line."  insertion, 2oe each subsequent insertion.   Contract advertising. ?l an inoh per month.  L-Bal Notices:   12c "ii line first insertion: Sc a lino  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 15c a line.  HELPS    CANADIAN   LUMBER  APRIL 24, 1913  000<XK>00000-'v<X>OaOO<A>00  A.' REEVES  ClifT St  Druggist & Stationer  Enderby  JUST LIKE  JIM  The radical change in the policy of  ���������������������������' the United States toward forest pro-  ; ducts made by the Wilson-Underwood  | Tariff Bill, will materially aid the  | lumber industry of    Canada.     Lum-    j ber has been on the dutiable list ex-  ,AU Endcrbyitcs acquainted with! cept to one country, the Dominion  Jas. Glenn during his residence here; 0f Canada, which from 1854 to 1SGG  up to a year or more ago, will recog-; v;as permitted free importation by  j nizc in the following Associated Press j Canada. The schedule of the pend-  | dispatch from' Bay City, Ore., the'ing bin removes the duty from lum-  ��������������������������� sterling characteristics of the boy ijer and practically all forest pro-  i of   by-gone   days. Jim    went   to' ducts, the exceptions being furniture,  ! Portland, Ore.,  about a year ago to j casks, barrels, shooks, packing boxes  : take   up    railroading.       He first en- J railroad ties and poles.  | tered the telegraph   department, and j    The motives    prompting the Demo-  ! has since been    getting practical ex1 j crats in   making    such   a    sweeping  change in the schedule are: first to  carry out a platform pledge to provide free lumber, ancl, second, the expectation that it would aid in the  l Pacific Railroad & Navigation^Com-;'conservat_on of tho forests of the  'pany's   lines,    was    the hero  of the  United States.      Whether it will ac-  EstabHshed 1S17  oritreal  Capital,  ?1G,000,000 Rest,   $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G-. O. M. Q.  President, R. 3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presidem,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.  Interest credited :30th  June and olst December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A.  E. Taylor,  Manager  ,t_������������������'������������������r-i_K_Kia_j^_.������������������__������������������tt-V^������������������ijTC_-ai.������������������v_^^ m iiyumman  perience in station    work.     The dispatch from Bay Oity reads:  "James  Glenn,    telegraph  operator  and sole resident at Enright, on the  PROFESSIONAL  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  wires during the recent tie-up in the  telegraph service.       When the storm  complish either   of   these objects experience alone .will demonstrate.   The  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon.  9 to 10:30  Afternoon, 3 to 4  Evening, (i:30 to 7:?1  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor! Clifl" and George .St.. ENDERBY  TpNDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL"  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, ?20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness, S2.50 per day.      O  -    "-" "        .   ;   ENDERBY, B. C.     -  broke Glenn was alone in the boxcar ; single country from which imports  telegraph station. The car is not j are expected to come will be Canada,  located in a very enviable position, \ though the lumbermen have expressed  but when the trees began to fall and j apprehension that Mexico, under set-  wires went down, he realized the iso-jtled conditions, may send to the  lation of this location. Sunday j states large quantities of wood grow-  brought no trains or a let-up of the; ing on its western coast,  storm. He could not communicate j Under the present tariff the United  with the outside world, for the wires , States receives one billion feet of  on both sides of him were out. He lumber. It' is now conceivable, even  faced the   storm   and    connected the probable,    that   under the new tariff  wire to the west and opened communication    with    the   Tillamook    Bay  policy it   will    he    dressed,  that is.  planed, and fitted for distribution, in  MUSIC  p W. CHAPMAN  ���������������������������*-   '  - ".     p. 6. Box 139, Enderby.  Visits or receives pupils for Piano, Organ, Violin,  - .     Singing and Theory of Music, Etc.  Courses for ihe Canadian   or  British Academy  .-i    "    '        Examinations  SECRET SOCIETIES  offices. But about as fast as he put Canadian mills. It may be that  up the wire trees fell and broke" it. ' the Canadian importations, when the  Each day he put up new wires, but [Wilson-Underwood bill is enacted,will  the storm broke them and each night j amount to three or four billion feet,  i he did no dare to go out for fear of, provided the Dominion does not unfailing trees. Once a tree fell and!pose an export tax, but it is signi-  broke the wire within .30 feet of the,'ficant that when the Aldrich law was-  boxcar. "With determination he kept enacted, which made a" reduction of  the wire to .the west open and talked 37A- per-cent. over the Dinglcy rates,  with .the operators   on the-wire-will-  the amount of Canadian imports in-  ing to- help him. " ,      .      ��������������������������� -  ���������������������������"It was impossible to get, to" the  East. ; Portland. might just as well  have been- thousands of miles away.-  Finally   there   were   so    many calls  creased .only negligibly.  pLfr  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.  TURE DEALERS,  ENDERBY, B.C.  UNDERTAKERS  CABINET   MAKERS  UPHOLSTERERS  ������������������w vt*iiri*3M*ix  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 how owns- one of;  finest- brick hotels in' the   country. -  Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls nis  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.) '    i,,-  King Edward HotelX^0���������������������������-  Enderby,  Fix up your Hpuse, Barn,  "���������������������������s.x-x  ENDERBY'S NEW  SCHOOL  $60,000  ll. E. BLANCHARD  W. M.  A.F.&A.  Endorby Lodtre No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or aiterHhc  /ull moon .iL 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially  ii.vft.cd.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary "  Work    on - Enderby's    new  ;. ��������������������������� ,   -n-,, ,     o      l ���������������������������  i        ,    .school    building   is" resuming     this  | from  Tillamook    County points  ask-  spf.ing undei. thc most favora|le c-on_  ing when the wires would be up that _ ditions. Contractor Ruttan person-  he" determined to do a little wire'. all}r llas the work in hand and has  business for' himself. Thursday a ���������������������������C0Inne1cted th,e store-room on- the  ,,,,-u.      . T4. l- i , school grounds with the city's regu-  paity oi Italian workmen came along , lar telephone    system,    so  as  to  be  ���������������������������the first human beings   he had seen \ in constant touch with the work  for four   days���������������������������and    he started them  in as voluntary wire hangers. The  main trouble was a lack of wire. He  gathered all the    old telegraph" wire,  PICNIC SEASON OPENING  F.   D.    Abbott    has    established a  Meets every Tuesday evening _.t 8 o'clock, in I.O.  6. F. hall,  Metcilf block.   Visiting brothers al-  wa\M    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY.   N. G.  "     . HOWARD LOGAN. V. G.  K. E. WHEELER, Sec'y,  J. li. GAYLORD. Treus.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K.of P.  Meets every  Moiv'r'.y evening  2FT    in K.of P. Hall.   Visitors cor-  i'A^Pjf     dially invited to attend.  ^V^ff5^ JOHN B U R N H A M. i  ���������������������������^"vS^"^ JOHN BUJtNHAM.C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  T. E. KOI. IE. M.F.  Hall suitable forConci-rtH. Dances and all public  enterlainiriL'iit.s.    For rate.". et<".. wldrrs>H.  T.  E. RODIE. Enderby  picked up   some   discarded telephone   gasolln1(; lfUlnch fen'y service from the  .,,-,.-   i      _     -       ,,       - r ,    ! Sawmill    company's   store house  at  wire,  and    strung   all    as far as hc;tnc head of Mlabe[   Lake to his Cot_  could.     When    these had run out, he;tonwood Point camping ground.   Mr.  secured     sufficient    barb   wire    from'Abbott brings   row    boats  from the  fences to complete thc line.   Through ,Point to the head   of thc ldke eveI'y  ���������������������������hi-c ,..~..l-   ih������������������    f.,f i l  ��������������������������� l   j Sunday morning for the accommoda-  his wo.k   the    first   word went into   tion  of    picnic^ and camnincr partics  Portland    concerning    the wreck and   going to the lake from Enderby.  Here are   some "specials in lumber while they last  2, 2x4   .   -       -  4,   Drop Siding   -' " -*  99  >?  -       $13.00  -       -        10.00  Lath       -   per thousand   2.00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  POLITICAL  TPNDEUBY   CONSERVATIVE  -^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, II. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both ������������������vays from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South North  bound STATIONS bound  read down read up  10.05 (Lv)   Sicamous   Jet   (Ar)   IS.00  L0.46 Mara .17.1  11.00 Grindrod 1G.59  11.14 Enderby 16.44  11.40 Armstrong 1G.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  i������������������,  Baby Men  Sometimes I think   that one thing  which makes times harder than they  really arc is the number of baby men  running   about.      I   mean those fel-  jj jows  who    are   easily    knocked   out;  ' who quit work if a   sliver gets into  the linger; who go to bed on account  \1J of a cold;   who   jealously deride the  neighbor    who   is   climbing    to    thc  /%   front by    persistent   hard work; who  ///ol want somebody else to support them;  who blame    the   government because  l'i>,T\ their   ancestors   didn't    leave    them  \fIffy  enough to live on.  ���������������������������IVERDALE. FARM  This beautiful farm property, ly ing along the banks of the river, is  one of the most charming spots for a home in the whole of the Okanagan  Valley. It has been subdivided into lots ranging in size from ten-acres  to fourteen acres. Each lot has a frontage of its full width on tLe river  while along the northern boundary runs a sixty-six foot roadway.  There is no better site for a home anywhere than at the southern end  of one of these lots, with its charming view    of    river,   and    the   valley  looking south. i   The land is rich and good,  consisting    of    a   mixture of  =clay^and=sand3���������������������������loam7=easy-to^worlv^a-nd^very-=productiver-and^t-hereMs=not=  a foot of'waste land on the whole place.  The soil and situation are ideal for the growing of small fruits and  vegetables. Anyone looking for a small place would be wise to secure  one of these lots before they are all sold. The price is within tbe reach  of everyone, and the' terms of payment are easy.  About two miles from town, by the Mara road, but by keeping a small  boat and crossing the river the distance-is not more than a mile.  Thc water does not reach these lots, even at its highest stage.   No rocks and_nof_swamp. z '_   '_._'__"   Agent  Real Estate Broker. Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Office Block, Enderby  m-i-Mti iwnM*'viivam*aait**iia+*i*mmwat#*iinlLm.*tta<m raw  fcr//K.ftiiiF  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.  AC5KNTS  So  ���������������������������    -__ ri $  Thursday,  April 24, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  OF CANADA  Paid-up Capital. Reserve Fund CO OfS AAA  and Undivided Prolils (Over) ������������������PO>OIO,VUV  Total Assets (Over)  $69,000,000  Money Promptly  Banked  as soon as you receive it is much  more likely to be saved than if  you keep it around iu the house or  your pocket. It cannot be lost,  stolen or burned, and is far less  " likely to be spent. /-  With a deposit of a dollar or  more you can open an account  with the Union Bank, bearing  interest, and receive a Passbook.  Why put it off ?  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  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 ashing.  THEHENRY NURSERY&SEED HOUSE  A. R. MACDOUGALL  3011 Westminster Rd,Vancouver,BX.  Co-operation in Selling is Salvation  of Fruit and Produce Business  Reports from Vernon and other some opposition to the movement on  points in the Valley which were visi- j the part of those who did not un-  ted by Deputy Minister of Agricul- derstand its operation and were not  ture, Wm. E. Scott, and Mr. Robert- J disposed to take upon themselves the  son, of Vancouver, the past week, in-, responsibilities necessary to success-  dicate that these gentlemen have fully carry the project out, he prom-  been given a most enthusiastic re-' ^ed. that, if the Department got the,  ception in the Okanagan, and there is J support of the majority of the grow-  no longer any doubt existing about'. ers in the Valley the proposition will  the   close    organization   of the fruit certainly be put through.  and produce men of the Valley in the      ���������������������������     -    ,,      ' .. ,    ..  .   ,.      ,,   .       \    L Mr. Scott   said   our fruit and pro-  matter of marketing their output.        , ,.    , . , ,  .,    TT A.   . ,. duco men would always have to meet  At    Vernon,    their    reception   was    . ....        .       .,. ,  ..    .    , ,. , ,  _, .       sharp competition    from the western  particularly cordial, and their pWn . fruit.growing states> and ifithey,ever  suggested covering the proposed or-l^^ tQ break ^ ^ market &n(.  ganization ��������������������������� was recognized at once  as the only workable , scheme by  which the difficulties in marketing  can be overcome, and steps were immediately taken to complete the organization of the Vernon branch.  We were not able last week to give  anything more than a brief summary  of the -remarks of Deputy Minister  Scott and Mr. Robertson at the Enderby meeting, but it was sufficient  to give a clear understanding of the  proposed plan, and the general opinion of all who have expressed themselves on the subject since the report  was   sure    the    present     generation  control it they must get into line.  He promised that as the result of "the  visit of the delegates of the fruit  growers association to Ottawa, there  is to be enacted an amending clause  to the fruit marks act which' will  materially help   the B. C. producers.  He said the eastern states were  gradually going out of the ~apple  growing business, and gave figures  showing > there ��������������������������� were 50,000,000 less  tree's bearing now than there were 10  years ago.     And    as for market, he  was   published   are 'distinctly favorable to the   undertaking.   All recog-  would not have to worry about this  phase of the   question.     In the past  nize   that   some    immediate    action ��������������������������� our fruit and produce men have been  must be taken, and that the' competition from the south must be met by  the evolving of a plan of combined  operation through -which the fruit  and produce men of B. C. can place  their output upon the market as successfully as.our competitors. The reiteration by Mr. Scott and Mr. Robertson that it is not and never has  been a question of market,' but  rather'one of- marketing, leaves no  grounds for   quibbling on this score,  played t one against the other by the  wholesalers of the Northwest. The  representatives of three or four -different, marketing organizations would  endeavor" to place' fruit' and other  produce in the "same market,- one in  competition with the other, and all  selling from the -same district. The  result was that the wholesalers took  advantage of our marketing weakness  and forced ' the price Mown. There  have been  nine, selling  organizations  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OP ENGLAND (St.George)  " Sunday Seryices���������������������������8 a^m./Holy Communion; li a.m:, * Morning Prayer;  7:30 p.m.-," Evening Prayer.     /J  REV. M. F.' HILTON, Vicar.  for .these gentlemen have gone ex- j operating in ' the same'market from  tensively into, the questio'n and know B.C. ' Each has maintained its separate clerical-and selling staff,J and the  cost of all .these   separate ."staffs has  had tb.-be_* borne'by :,the:-producers.  It has; .cost' them just-that .much  more-.to handle, their, produce, and in'  addition to this . there has been car  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 invitatioii  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.  FIRST  BAPTIST  CHURCH  i  Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  10 a.m.;   regular    service, 3:30 p.m.;  whereof they speak.  /.'.We miist'sink all local1 jealousies,  and set ,to." work "to- work" out .our  owri; salvation,!' a said. "Mr. Scott.  "The announcement by the Government that, it stands ready to finance  the central selling' organization' to ried -on'-thejdeadly cutrth'r oat'selling  the amount of' 80~per "cent "of the'sub-j*policy. The producer/has-been the  scribed   capital   held    by the share- ioser at every"turn. ~f<  holders dn the    central and local or-1       ���������������������������  . -       ���������������������������' -   -   ' '  ganization precludes " "any "/ further! In - the centralizing policy, all this  misunderstanding.!, this regard/and duplicating selling cost would "be  provides a basis   upon which the or- ��������������������������� eliminated,  and   to bring this about  ganization may be formed.   The ultimate object is to. have; the entire out  Mr. Scott appealed, to the'growers" to  get    together " and    by united action  put of the orchards and fields of the"! red"ce th������������������ selling 'cost to ihe minl"  Province handled through one central -mum- ~ He hop(?d *to see Enderby  organization; but owing to the wide elect a dele6ate to the organization  distance's separating the various sec-'meeting of.the Valley-to be held la-  tions of   the   Province," - it would be,ter' andthat our growers, would loy  Prayer service, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.  REV. B. G.  STEWART, Pastor.  d^orrw^xkf^^  DYOLA  If* the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  DYE, one can buy���������������������������Why you don't even have to  know wliot KIND of Cloth your Goods ������������������re made  of.--So Mistakes are Impossible. ^  Send Ior Free Color Card. Story Booklet, and  Booklet Riving results of Dyeing ov������������������r other colors.  The .OHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,  Montreal, Canada.  unwise to organize such a company  just now. The principle is to form  a central selling agency for the Oka-  ally support'  the   organization when  established.  ;  Mr. Robertson,   who has had some  nagan, and when this is brought to a years of active ��������������������������� experience in the  basis of successful operation, then wholesale fruitfand produce business  the scope of operations will be ex- at Vancouver, as head of the firm of  tended.   In    each   shipping point the Robertson, - Norris   & Co., explained  WHY NOT BUY  YOUR SETTING  EGGS AT  HOME ?  Pen 3 laying strain, pedigreed and bred for 24 years  for eg������������������s alone, 15,000: Alothera of the contest  pullets now at Victoria. Pen 4, ten pullets, full  sisters to pen in contest, $1.00 per set. Pen 5,  ordinary, *2,00 per setting. Order early, inquiries  coming by evtry mail.  H. E. WABY, ENDERBY, B. C.  JOE LENTO���������������������������Blanchard & English  Block, Enderby���������������������������Cleaning & Pressing; also* repairing. Guitar and  Mandoline lessons ,,will be given by  George and Joe Lento, at pupil's  home or at our place of business.  fully=the=-many^advantages=to^be=de-  rived from co-operation, and told of  the phenomenal success that had been  met with by the growers by adopting  this policy in other fruit growing  districts. What has been accomplished elsewhere can be accomplished  here. It was just a question of  getting down to it and working out  a_-_business_.system._Mr. ..Robertson  [continued on next page]  CITY OF ENDERBY  -growersMvill^be^-linked^up^toHfheir^lo-^  cal organization, and these locals in  turn will be linked up with the central' body through which all sales  will be made. The central body will  be presided over by an organization  composed of one delegate from each  local body, who shall have charge of  all business connected with thc district. '. This will insure each and  every section of thc Valley getting  fair and equable treatment from thc  parent organization."  Mr. Scott recited thc experience of  the orangemen of California without  and with a central organization. It  is less than 15 years since the central  selling organization was established  there. Previous to its organization  the orangemen of Califoria were producing less than 4,000 carloads of oranges, and they were then "glutting  the market" and finding the same  difficulty our fruitmen are finding in  disposing of even that small crop.  Prices were low, ��������������������������� and orange groves ty to fire cleared - away- and yards  were torn up and replaced by other and outh������������������uses made clean and sani-  crops. To-day California's output ary/  of oranges is 40,000 carloads annual-1    A plece of laTld    has been aC(luired  ly, and   their  selling   organization-,by the Council on which rubbish- etc'  .. . .ii _.   i 'can be deposited,  under the supervi-  the most successful   known���������������������������finds no.  . _       ' v  ' sion of the Sanitary Inspector.  A general   inspection -of    the City  will be   made on May lst,  1913, and  if any premises    or   property should  then be found in a condition contrary  to   law,    legal   proceedings    will  be  taken without further notice.  By order of the Health Committee,  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN,  City Hall, April 10th, 1913.  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH  NOTICE is hereby given that the  Municipal Council intend strictly to  enforce the law regarding public  health. All nuisances must be forthwith abated, garbage and rubbish endangering health  or creating  liabili-  difficulty in disposing of the crop.  Through their organization they have  succeeded in materially reducing the  cost of oranges to the consumer, and  at the same time have increased the  price to the grower about 75c a box.  He referred, also, to the good work  done in Nova Scotia as the result of  similar co-operation, and said, that,  while   he    realized    there   would   be  Here you will find that roomy, economical,  elegant and trustworthy refrigerator you  have long wanted.   Don't decide till  you see what we have to offer  you.   Come in today and  look them over.  OUR   BUSINESS IS RUN   ON A STRICTLY   CASH   BASIS  PtUMBlNG.HEATINGJINSMITHING  -a -y  nan  ar  "���������������������������:'-; Enderby, 'British Columbia ' "' ~ < * - '7.77'" >'.''. f.'.tiy^  We have~ a few; fine -residential ^lots; left, $200 lach*;:$l6HSSfif  /^'/'cash,_$5lper m6ntfc-v:'^':yyyr:;X XjXXX^X/7y707^Xz070^  2 houses at ;$i00p each; $300 Will handleone^bf l^ese^S^^S  Choice"l'-acre.-lots; $25.cash, $10 per{month ;./ 7I/A-'};y/yy'/0%  10 acres; fruit land, cleared, $1,750; one third cash,,balance ��������������������������� leftover 5; years / : " "' -:-'' ''~'\ '���������������������������'.' '���������������������������..'"/'; ' ^y7XX7'XyXyy  .5 acres, :2h cleared, $2,000; one third cash;: balaric^ to ^ l^A  arrange  :'l,-   i.r,.-I-.,  SEE US FOR OTHER GOOD BUYS, WE CAN SUIT YOUR POCKET*;,  "������������������������������������������������������--���������������������������" NORTHERN OKANAGAN. LAN fi. CO  ENDERBY  tr  >  No Irrigation Required  These lands'are situated on the benches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are Id splendid condition for planting.  p=An=experienced=fruit-gEower==.-is=vin^charge-and==will-=give^instructionHo=::  purchasers free of charge, or orchar, will be planted and cared for at a  moderate charge.  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lota ..r now on the market at ������������������175  per acre.  Get in on tha first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM, *  Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.  An  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt-edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We -will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO  of every description executed  neatly and cheap, and with  despatch, at the Walker Press THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  April 24,. 1913  OTIGE  Andrew  Glen,   deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that Probate of the Will of the above deceased having been * granted out of  the Supreme Court of British Columbia, to James Robinson, James Duncan Bainc and William Gordon, all of  Boissevain, in the Province of Manitoba, .Merchants, all claims against  the said estate must be sent into my  oflice at the Bell Block, Enderby, on  or before the eleventh day of May,  one thousand nine hundred and tliir  teen.  Dated    this   eleventh  day of  April  1913. ALAN F.  CROSSMAN,  Solicitor for the  Executors.  Joint Commission to Investigate  .Indian Land in this Province  -    -. ���������������������������--'        a..-  In years past, several commissions j set aside for the use .of the Indians  have been appointed to investigate J of that locality, the commissioners  Indian affairs in the Province of B. j shall fix the quantity that ought to  C. These commissions have visited be added for thc use of such Indians,  the  province    and    taken   testimony, ' and they may also set aside land for  \ ^.J.-as. _?.,*������������������>-V  -Tuesday,   April  29th,   2  April   30th,   2  NOTICE is hereby given that meetings of the Provincial    Labour Commission will be held at the following  places :���������������������������  ' Enderby���������������������������Monday, April 28th, 8 p.m  Armstrong  p. m.  Vernon���������������������������Wednesday,  p. m.  Kelowna���������������������������Friday, May 2nd, 8'p. m.  Summerland ��������������������������� Monday,    May    5th,  30:30 a. m.  Penticton���������������������������Tuesday,    May    6th,   10  a. m.  ��������������������������� Other meetings    will  be  announced  later.  The Commission will hear''evidence  on all matters affecting labour conditions in the    Province.      All  persons  interested are invited to be present.  H.  G.  PARSON,  Chairman.  F."' R.  McNAMARA,  Secretary.     m27  and in a general way gathered information which really was of very  little value looking to the settlement  of the question after it had been  compiled. At all events, very little  has resulted as the outcome of these  former commissions. Where the  fault has been we have never seen  stated, but the fact remains, the Indians and the general conditions in  connection with the reserves, are the  any band of   Indians for whom land  has not already been reserved.  "The Province shall take all such  steps as arc necessary to legally reserve the additional lands which the  commissioners shall apportion to any  body of Indians in pursuance of the  powers here set out. The. lands  which the commissioners shall determine aro not necessary for the use  of the    Indians   shall   be subdivided  PREMIER BORDEN AND  CLOSURE  prosecution of first-hand enquiries into all matters particularly concerning the workers of the country. The  new itinerary began on the 21st with  a sitting at Mission. The sitting at  Enderby will be held on the 28th.  It is desired that anyone having  any information which it would be  desirable to place before thc Commission should    be    present on that  "I can only say that I. commend  the rules to the consideration and  approval of members on both sides  of the House," said Mr. Borden in  reply to the leader of the Opposition,  "in the full conviction that they  have been drawn up in such a way,  and with such provisos and safeguards that honorable gentlemen on date to Rive such inf0rmation  thc other side of the House will be  absolutely secured of their full rights  of speech with regard to any public  measure that may be presented for  the consideration of this Parliament.  "But, consistently with that, it is  eminently proper, as everyone in this  House and in this country will realize, that Parliament should not sit,  as we have sat for nearly five month,  same today as they were before these jand  sold by the    Province at public since the 21st day of November last,  numerous   commissions   investigated.'auction.       The    net   proceeds of all and   practically "accomplish  nothing  A new commission has now been' such sales shall be divided equally  appointed. There is no reason to!between the Province and the Domin-  expect it to   follow   in the footsteps ion, and all moneys   received by the  of thc Indian commissions which have , Dominion under    this clause shall be'five months without making anysub-  preceded it.       The   commissions ap-, "eld and    used    by the Dominion for j stantial  progress   with  the program  accomplish nothing  at all in respect to the public business which is before it. If Parliament can be detained in that way for  It is reported that the Commission  already has decided to urge in its report that legislation bc enacted providing for the adoption of thc compensation scheme which appears to  be working satisfactorily elsewhere,  providing for the indemnification of  workmen against loss by injury.  The measure proposed provides protection in the form of state insurance  the cost being provided for by graduated taxation upon the wage roll of  employing interests ��������������������������� extra-hazardous industries such as powder manufactories, lumber camps, etc., these  katurally paying * a higher rate than.  pointed by both   the present Domin-jthe benefit of the   Indians o������������������| British  0f the Government of the day, it can ' dcl)artment stores   or offices and the  ion and Provincial Governments have j Columbia  not labored in vain. Both Govern-' tion with  ments have in the   past year passed , shared by the   Province and the Do  amending    laws  suggested    by  com-  to look into cer-  rmssions appointed  tain requirements. In the Domin- [ serves as finally fixed by the commis  ion we have had the live stock com-. sioners shall be conveyed by the Pro  mission, and general agriculture corn-  All    expenses in conncc-jbe  detained    for   twelve- months  or  the    commission  shall be > fifteen months or eighteen months.  "Parliamentary institutions under  such conditions would be practically  useless, and all that we desire, and I  minion in equal portion.  "The    lands    comprised  in the re-  like. The fund so created and maintained is administered by a carefully  chosen' commission, one of the functions of which is to investigate each  claim as it is "presented and award  vince  to    the    Dominion    with    full | to bring about    such    conditions as  mission,  on   the   reports of both of! T>o\ver to the   Dominion to deal with will permit to each and every one of  which  the Government has promptly!tne said    lands   in    such manner as j them all   reasonable   freedom    of de-  acted by passing, amendments which they, may    deem   best suited for the!bate, and at   the    same time permit  have materially aided in the general, purposes of the   Indians, including a the Government and. the majority in  progress of the agricultural industry, j right to sell the said land and fund,  The Hon.  Martin   Burrell's  bill pro-'or lIse the proceeds for the benefit of  viding  $10,000,000   in  aid  of agricul-pthe Indians, subject only to a condi-  ture, is the result of the agricultural  tion Jthat in the event of any Indian  commission's   findings.       In  Provin- tribe or band in British Columbia at  cial affairs, we have new laws on  taxation, and other laws being prepared   dealing    with    the   industrial  speak in the most absolute sincerity,such conlPensation as is deemed ade-  j to honorable gentlemen opposite, is [quate and warranted by the circumstances of the individual case, the  finding of this commission being final  The principle, it is said, makes for  better feeling and more sympathetic  relations between employers and employed, a speedier and more equitable  relief for incapacitated, workmen, and  the elimination of a very considerable money waste in litigation.  this House to go on in a reasonable  way with the public business of the  country."  ROYAL LABOR    COMMISSION  Tlie Provincial    Royal  Commission  boundaries   of    the Province,10 en^uire into    labor problems gen-  some future   time    becoming extinct,  then any such lands within the territorial  problem and    other   problems which 'which have been conveyed to the Do-ierally as thcy. affect British Colum-  the local  government is  endeavoring minion as aforesaid for such tribe 0rjbla'.has now inaugurated the fourth  to solve as the result of commissions  ty"13 and not sold or disposed of asifection of    its   tolIr ?f the Pr(?vincc  MAIL CONTRACT  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to  the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the 25th April, 1913, for the  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 f,orms 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.   JOH-N^RfGREENFI-EDPr585'  hereinbefore mentioned,  or any unex-  ap_'ponded funds   being    the   proceeds of  appointed by the Province.-  Other commissions have been  pointed covering .the Dominion lands anv Jndian reserve in the Province of  and water rights in the Railway Belt  and in each case immediate action  has been taken when the commission  reports were made. And very little  time has been ..allowed to elapse between the   appointment    of, the com-  B.  C. shall be "conveyed or repaid to  the Province. " "  "Until the final report of the commission is made the Province shall  withhold from-: sale -or pre-emption  any land over which they have a dis-  its  for  the hearing  of evidence and the,  Caston, with thc Rex .Vaudeville,  next Saturday night, comes with the  reputation of being one of the best  of the typical' English music hall'  comedians, whose very appearance  makes you laugh whether you want  to or not.  Post Office Inspector.  DOWNHAM &  GILDEMEESTER  "CONTRACTORS & "BUILDERS  ENDERBY, B.C.  Estimates    and    drawings    cheerfully  submitted  Furniture  made  to order  missions and the compietion of their P������������������sinS power   and    which    has "been  work. .heretofore applied for by the Domin-  The    new    Indian   commission is a ion as additional   Indian reserves or  joint   body,    named     by    the     Do- which may during the sittings of the  minion   and  Provincial  Governments. , comm,ission be   specified by the corn-  It is composed of I-Ion. Mr. Wetmore, |mis?ioncrs as lands   which should be  former   Chief    Justice,  of Re.eina, as  reserved  for Indians.     If during the  chairman; Messrs.  White and McKen- "eriod Prior    to   the    commissioners  na,  representing   the   Dominion;  and.makinS their final    report it shall be  Messrs.  J." P.  Shaw,   M.P.P.,'and D.  ascertained    by    either     Government  H. MacDougall, representing tho. JPro-.lhat any lan?s    boing Part of an In-  vince.      Thc   commission is to mect-dian reserve    are   required for right-  in  Victoria very   shortly for organi- lnf-way or other railway purposes, or  zation,    and    will    then   arrange   an!, *for any    Dominion    or Provincial or  itinerary which will embrace visits to jmunicipal    public    work or   purpose,  every part of British Columbia. I the matter   shall    be referred  to the  The agreement between the Federal commissioners,    who shall  thereupon  and the Provincial authorities in this. (lisP������������������S0 of tne question by interim re-  -poi-tT=and==cach=-Governmenfc-=sbalr-  thcreupon do everything necessry to  carry into effect the recommendations  Office and Shop in Poison Block.  On Glif SM near George  Norman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and   all    factory    work.   Rubbcroid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. C.  SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell  Street Enderby.  Ttrrporrant-matter was origilTalljrcoiv7  eluded September 24th last between  the Prime Minister of British Columbia, Sir Richard McBride, acting for  the Province, and Mr. J. A. McKenna  specially representing thc Dominion-  being subsequently confirmed under  Federal and Provincial orders-in-  cotincil. These provide that the  acU-and-proceedings -of-the commission shall bc subject to the approval  of thc two interested Governments,  and thnt tlie.se governments agree to  favorably consider the commission's  report whether interim or final, with  a view to giving effect so far as reasonably may bc to thc proceedings,  findings and recommendations of thc  commission. Thc agreement itself,  acceptance of wliich by the Federal  authorities has led to thc creation of  thc commission, provides that this  tribunal "shall have power to adjust  tlie acreage of Tndian reserves in B.  C.  in the following manner:  "At fjuch places as the commissioners are satisfied that more land is  included in- any particular reserve as  now defined than is reasonably required for thc use of the Indians of  that locality or tribe, the reserve  .shall;- with the consent of the Indians as required by the Indian Act,  be reduced to such acreage as the  comiiTissioners think reasonably sufficient for the purposes of such Indians.  "At any place at which thc commissioners shall determine that an  insufficient quantity of land has been  THE  ALWAYS  UNIFORM FLOUR  ���������������������������Bja^gggig;_____ii_ii_ii_i������������������_ii_i__Mi_ ,,������������������,    ....j.,-. ���������������������������.,, iii,l..__~7.,ni^^  Maintains its HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY. Each  Sack contains flour that will act like the last sack and  always give you GOOD results in BREAD baking. We  exercise no end of CARE in CLEANING aud WASHING  wheat, 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,    Thon6  41.  _COLUMBIA^ELOURING^MILLS-GOr=Liniited  of the commissioners.'  RIVERDALE    SUBDIVISION  66 FT.   ROAD  ������������������<  IP  m  ���������������������������iMi  mi  ���������������������������Wi  'li  iti  m  11  .' i  Shuswap River *>'  Thursday, April 24, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Fresh Meats  If you want prime fresh meats, w  have them. Our cattle are grain-fe  and selected by our own buyers from  the richest feeding grounds in Alber  ta, and are killed nnd cut strictl  FRESH.  We buy firBt-hand for spot cash, bo  can give you the best'price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. ,C  FROM4 READING,  ENGLAND  A. J. Woodward  Sole Agent,  511 Granville Street, Vancouver  615. Fort Street    .     .   Victoria  ' Catalogue on Application  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer   blocks,    cement 'brick,  lawa  vases, peer, blocks,   chimney blocks  also lime and cement. N-  Leave'orders early.  'j Enderby, B. CL  E* J. Mack ii  : Livery, Feed & Sale Stables J;  ENDERBY, B.C.   :  Good Rigs;  Careful Driv-  ; ersfDraying oi all kinds.- -  Comfortable and Commo-  ;dious Stabling forteams.  Auto for Hire-  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers .and; Tourists   n  vi ted to give us a trial.  Co-operation in Selling is Salvation  of Fruit and Produce Business  [continued from page 3]  referred to the unhappy termination the Anapolis Valley Association,  of the Revelstoke Central Agency, I Reference was also made to the  but said that because mistakes have,success of the wheat geowers' asso-  been made we could not afford to ciation of Saskatchewan. The first  throw up our hands and say it was'year of organization they handled 3}  no use trying. The question of or-' million bushels for its members. The  ganization now broached is simply' next year this amount was increased  another link in the chain of success, j to lii- million bushels, with a net  If we are to meet the competition | profit of $52,461, of which amount  from the western states, we must there was set aside $24,399 as a rest  meet it with- the same implements as fund.  are used against us. His recent visit Mr. Robertson spoke of the success  to the Yakima and other apple sec- of Puallop, Wash., in the disposition  tions in Washington, convinced him iof its raspberry crop through its  of the absolute necessity for the proposed organization. So successful  have been the Washington and other  western state organizations, that  they are now organizing a much, larger and stronger head organization,  to embrace' all the state selling  organizations of Washington, Oregon,  Idaho and Northern. California. It  is proposed that-the entire fruit output of these four states shall be sold  through this central distributing  agency. It will be seen from this  the extent to which the fruit business  is being centralized. And, where the  results have been so favorable to the  themselves. This organization is  hoping to bring the total cost of  selling down to 10 per cent.  Mr. Robertson explained that all  of the agencies visited by him had  experienced many difficulties, and he  pointed out that our fruit growers  and others in the proposed organization would meet with them also.  These would have to be overcome  with patience and business clearsightedness. He said the first essential was stringent by-laws but  "make them flexible." He said the  three-fold contract was also essential  ���������������������������from grower to the local, and from  the local to central.  central selling organization. They  handled 40 straight carloads of raspberries in one season, and never had  a loss. They have a membership of  700. The ��������������������������� experience of the Yakima  fruit" growers is equally encouraging.  When Mr. Robertson explained to the  manager of the' Yakima organization  that the B.' C. Government, stood  prepared to finance the proposed central selling organization here to the  limit of 80 per' cent, of the paid up  capital, that gentleman looked in astonishment and answered that the  fruit men of that district never.had  been so favored.     "We    would have  Everybody is going to see the Rex  Vaudeville Show at the Opera House  next Saturday.  If you-  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of the Mara District ia now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orcharcl, Mara, B. C.  growers themselves it is evident that!to move   heaven   and earth here, to  this is the only solution of the problem that is to be .considered here.  Mr. Robertson contrasted the folly  of separate independent'" selling organizations to the policy of central  selling agencies, and referred to the  accomplishments of central organizations in eastern Canada as well as  in the western states. In addition  to the advantages gained through the  organization in marketing of the output of its - members, they were able  to make- .a further saving in the  purchasig of- materials. -Mr. Robertson referred to one organization tuat ifruit  bought. $40,000. of fertilizer for its  members the first year, and the second year this amount was increased  to $100,000, on .which'it is estimated  there.was ,_a ."saving 'to, its members .of  aboutJ$15,000.   .   "���������������������������,- '���������������������������-..-  - What these organizations have done  we can do, said Mr.-Robertson.. He  gave a glowing, account ,of the,success of "the; Norfolk-.Fruit Growers'  Association, of Simcoe, Ont; also the  St.' Catherine Cold.Storage Co., and  get anything like such ii concession,"  said he.  The - Yakima' manager then explained how they bad made the start  there. They had been laboring along  much the same as the fruit men of  B. C. have in the past'few years.  To finance their first season's sales  they floated a * joint note and proceeded by the aid of the bank. " The  first year they handled $1*500,000  worth "of fruit. To raise a fund -for  the next season's operations, they  decided to deduct- 5c a box on all  passing " through their hands,  and in this -.way they succeeded in  putting aside - a .'-reserve of - $50,000,  raised-in one- season.-- This money  was borrowed- from' the' shareholders  or. members - of'_ the. selling; organization, "and notes ' were given, to. the'  members ,' running _ three years :.and  bearing 4 per cent. The same system  is .still in vogue, and-the selling organization has now ; a'working,, capital of $150,000, bearing 4 per cent,  interest,   payable . to    the    members  The EDISON BLUE  AMBEROL RECORD  Over 300, Grand Opera, Concert,, and regular records arrived  this week-   Call, and let us play them for you.       ������������������  THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE  Is another TRIUMPH we would like to demonstrate.   It is the  best thought of man in the way, of a Sewing Machine.   Come  and let us prove it to you.'  '���������������������������'."iii  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  _ Ager t also ff r Church and Parlor Organs     -'  f Also Firr and Life Insurance - _     o- _,  Ollice in brick block opp. The Walker Press.  J. E. CRANE*  Enderby Agent,  *$'.--.  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Communion-  tions strictly conMeuttal. HANDBOOK on i'atouu  ���������������������������ent free. Oldest Tpeney forsecuring patents.  Pntonts taken through Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, In tha  Scientific American.  A handsomely Ulnitnted weekly. Large* circulation of any scientific Journal, lerras for  Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealer*  BII)WN4Co.86IBro"d^NewYork  Branch Office. 625 F BU Washington, D. C.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)    Painter and Decorator,  Box .74, Enderby.  WIRE FENCING  B. F. SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts taken for erection.   Orders  lor spring work novr being booked.  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULAHOIIS  Coal mining right* of tha Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory,- tbt  Northwest, Territories' and .a portion"  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of tweqty-.  one years at an - annual rental of f I  an acre. Not more than 2,560 acre*  will be leased to one. applicant.  Application - for   a   lease must be  made^by-the���������������������������applicants- peraonriS":  tbe Agent   or   sub-Agent of tbe 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 ln ua-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by tha applicant himself.  ;Each_ application_\imust_be=_aceon>v=;  pariied by a"fee" for $5 which will bi  refunded if the rights applied for *n  aot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at tbe  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full qHautlty of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mia-  ing rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available "surface rights may be considered necessary for the working af  the mine at the rate of f 10.00 an aore  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������������������ CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  The program of the Rex Vaudeville  (Show at the Opera House on Satur-  1 day next has been arranged to cure  I long faces. *  1
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THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY
Thursday,  April 24, 1913
ha ������������������
a
DOMINION LAND  OPENINGS
Editor The   Enderby   Press:
Dear Sir: Referring to your com-1
munication of thc 3rd instant, which*;
I sent on to thc Minister of thc In- j
terior, I just drop you this line to j
say that the Dominion lands in thc j
Railway Belt arc being opened up a'
district at a time. Thc Golden Val-j
ley and the New Westminster Land j
District have already been opened ;
up, and it is probable that the Slnis-
wap division, which includes your
own district, will be opened in a
week or two. The Superintendent of
British Columbia Lands will give due
notice of the same.
You  may    rest    assured    that    the j MONEY SQUEEZE  NOT  SO TIGHT
Minister    of   the   Interior is  having j	
these    matters   attended-to as expe-j    There is every   indication that the
I "tight    money"    scare   forced    upon
'   '    *    I Canada by the    banks of the Domin-
ditiously as possible
Yours faithfully,
M.
BURRELL.    i Ion,   is    somewhat    loosening  up.   It
STILL TAKING TKE CUPS
: Robert Waddell is still carrying ofl
the silver cups at the coast shows,
i This time it is on his dogs. His Old
English sheep dogs proved a very interesting class at the Dog Show last
week, and General Wainwright, by
Ch. Ragged Man, is said in the news-
I may add that it was found neces- paper reports to have  been the very
sary to open    up   the land a district  finest dog  in    this    breed which has
at a time as    the   work could be ar-   been shown in  Victoria,  and was the
ranged, there   being   such a mass of  winner    of   the    McBride cup.      Mr.
land and   timber   claims   and    other [ Waddell's    Scotch    terriers    was an-
details" in each  district to be passed   other very fine class.   His Patsy took j for their   shareholders.     They   make! present    system   when   bad eggs arc
on, that it could   only be dealt with   first and special   in the puppy bitch j money   by   loaning    money on short'found in   the    cases   there is no rc-
AN EGG MARKS ACT
The poultrymen of Ontario and
Quebec are bringing forward a suggestion looking to abolishing the
"case count" basis of marketing
eggs. They say that the system
was, in the first placc, as uncalled known at thc "case count" which
for as it ---was unfair. Canadian se-|has prevailed in the egg trade for a
curities arc just as safe today as' number of years, provides no dis-
thcy ever were. There is as much crimination whatever, and that under
money in the banks today as there ' it the producer, with no reflection on
ever was. It is as easy for the; the hen, is not encouraged to market
banks to increase thc circulation to-jan article of high quality. The rem-
day as it ever was. Canada's pro-|cdy for this state of affairs was sug-
gress today is on as safe lines as it; gested as taking the form of an Eggs
ever has been. Then why this.Marks Act, similar to the Act gov-
money   squeeze ?   If   the    truth were erning fruit.
known, it would probably be found I Determining means" whereby con-
that the Balkan war has had as lit-jsumers and merchants could be pro-
tie to do with it as thc coming ancl J tectod against, the marketing of
going of Halley's comet. The banks stale and rotten eggs was tho prim-
of Canada are no different from the I ary object of a recent meeting held
banks of any other country. Thcy'by the Ontario and Quebec poultry-
are in the    business   to make money'men.      They    declare that under the
by districts, and it was thought better not to withhold the opening of
each district until the whole Belt
could be put on the market. Moreover, the present plan prevents an
undue conjestion of work in the land
"offices.
class, first in,the   novice bitch class, j and call loans.   Their short-loan rate | course for    the   dealer   to take, and
and, also    the   special    for   the bestjof interest is   C,    8,    or 10 per cent. ! thc opinion of the   meeting was that
FOR SALE���������I a.m selling my stock
of Aladdin Lamps at wholesale
prices. These elegantly designed
incandescent lamps burn common
coal oil at a cost of half a cent per
hour, and give GO to 80 candle
power white light; ?7. Table
lamps reduced to ?5; ?9.50 parlor
lamps down to .$7; hanging lamps,
bracket lamps, student lamps, in
different finishes and designs; prices
cut down $2.50 to ?4 on each one.
Take advantage before it is" too
late. Our stock of stoves is already gone, and many lamp bargains were snapped up last week.
Bernard Rosoman, Grindrod.
i
COTTAGE on Regent street to rent;
$10 per month. Apply, James
Mowat, Bell Block.
POTATOES suitable for seed; white
varieties; $5 per ton at pit. G.
Murdock, Grindrod.
Scotch terrier bitch in the show.
Mr. Waddell is showing his stallion
The Pride0 of Drumburle in the Clyde
class at the Vancouver Horse Show.
On call loans they get double this:the "case Count"���������where a flat rate
interest. Naturally, when thc de-:is quoted, stale and bad eggs command for call loans in the money' manding just as high a price as
centres" increases, our banks make at t those of the highest grade���������is equiva-
effort to have their money there to,lent to placing a premium on care-
reap the big interest harvest. They,less and dilatory methods., in thc
therefore withdraw it from the i'sola-1 production and care of this product,
ted centres where the interest is low j Moreover, it was pointed out that
and place it where the "big business' 'the country storekeepers received no
concerns pay the high    interest  rate,   encouragement to    market an article
But there is evidence now that the of high (lunlity
demand for call money is less strong
than it   was   a    month or two ago.
EXTENSIVE ROAD  WORK
The opera, the concert and the vaudeville of the city come to the small towns
more vividly than ever before on the
Edison
Phono^ra
0 ,     ., .   . ,        ,,    ���������    ,     .   ��������� The Department of Public Works is
Only the past few days the Bank of planning extensive road work for the
England reduced its interest rate ma- opening season in the Enderby dis-
terially. The interest rate always trict> and a ' very busy season is
comes    clown    when   the demand for  promised.      .We understand it is the
 -    .    . T,   , . .intention    of    Road     Superintendent
money   slackens.      It does not come;LnIlg to    have    work  pushed on the
! down while the demand increases.   It' new cut-off road to    Salmon Arm at
\ increases with    the
creases  when  the demand  slackens.    , ���������   ,   ,     , _.,..---..
I Enderby from this direction, as well
Last week C. H. Burgess & Co., of' as tlie gravelling ancl rolling of the
.Toronto," fiscal agents for Enderby, :eftst-side road.' Tliere is also to be
1 i.i,     -,    ,      i, ������r n������n    . _! permanent   work put   upon the Can-
reported they had sold ?5,000 .of En-iyon road   to    HnJ]car; -,;is0 the com.
���������derby  debentures   at    90c,    and this  pletion of    the ^Trinity Valley road,
���������week they-report having "sold $20,000" = which will"-  bring,- these--settlers'--15
.-"at SG,  with the   likelihood, of selling' miles nearer _ to    market, and .enable
**' .. ... .   .x, ��������� -~     ,     i them .to   reach    Enderby.   in a few
?4,000   within a fcw-ho.,rgi     TJ,e wj(ienjng 0f the road to
GOOSE EGGS���������$2.50   per    setting ofp
"six.     Chas. Murdock, Grindrod.
FOR SALE���������Baled timothy and clover, hay. Apply, Gelling, Grand
Bend Farm,,Enderby!
FOR SALE���������Team of horses, weighing about 2400; 3 and 4 years old;
also 2-year-old colt. C. E. Davidson, Mara.
demand, and de- jtlie Tomkinson    corner; also the-grayling of the    back,'   or old road into
because Edison has just" created a new record���������the Blue Amberol
���������which is sweeter and finer in tone and reproduces in a more
lifelike way than.any other phonograph record ever
made. And once the best music and songs of the
best artists have come to you on Blue Amberol .Records itavill always be yours as vividly as at first, for
the Blue Amberol never wears out.
Hear it at your Edison dealer's today.
Thomas A. EdUon, Inc., 100 Lakeside Ave., Orange, N. J., U. S. A.
A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at
the balance
days.
of
THE IRISHMAN'S SAMPLE
ENDEREY MUSIC STORE
mamawm.������wn������.1111.1.mam _ -.' w,Mw;^m.M nrpWwwj'.'i ilt. ."i.'bp.wrurr.i!������������������... 1 miyn
j Mabel Lake   for    the extensive'auto
(travel that has started that way, is
also to be undertaken."
When  Deputy   Minister Foster, was
in  Enderby    thc    past week, he intimated that "tlie Department was also
In an enquiry being held at Ottawa'preparing-to push through" thc trunk
by a committee of the House of Com-  a^������ r������������Vj, t������ Enderby from Malakwa,
- _.    ���������, - ���������_ ,, .,    _  which will bring Revelstoke by auto
mons,   Sir Edmund Walker,  president ,nto the . okanagan    ln    n   very fcw
iof the Canadian   Bank of Commerce,  hours.
isaid he was against the minting of * A" new bridge is also to be con-
|gold in Canada, and he declared .the structed over the Shuswap river at
���������        ,      , _,       , , Mara to accommodate the traffic to
j people of Canada prefer paper money.   Endcrby. Thc     Government     has
Sir' Edmund    also   said that he had  adopted a   new policy in thc matter
'never seen" a    Canadian-minted, gold  of bridge construction.    .The Depart-
'coin and he inferred   that the people- ment has all the work done by regu-
f r,       ,     ,.,      _.,.,_.-     i.i        lar    Government    bridge    gangs;   all
of Canada did not   like to sec them  tra[ned men    ,n   the worki belleving
in circulation. What Sir Edmand that the work will be more econom-
really meant was that he, speaking ically done in this way, ancl that a
as a banker, preferred the paper cur--more uniform class of workmanship
rency. He was speaking as a bank
manager for the people, .and natural-
jyjie would   sc_e   thc._...wjshes_of_the_
INFORMATION WANTED ��������� Anyone
knowing the whereabouts of William
Smythe, will convey a favor and
will be suitably rewarded on furnishing such information to the undersigned. Last heard of was with
the Adams Lumber Company, at
Chase, B.C., in January, 1910. I-Ie
will learn of "something to his ad:
vantage by communicating with
his brother. Signed���������J. p. Smythe
Lynn  Valley, Ont. .   al7-4t'
WOMAN   WANTS . JOB.   at farm to
learn gardening,,chicken, dairy, etc;
fond of cooking;_ wants, clean, home; '
wages no object;   Box .75, Enclerby.= :
FOR    SALE���������Seed    potatoes;    Green.
, Mountains ancl White Cobblers, W
per . sack. C. W. - Crandlemire, -
Grindrod. fti7_2 "
ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,
by John Gardener, landscape and
jobbing gardener.*'
thus obtained.
LADIES !
WE are  offering1 many Bargains   in   our   Dress
Goods,   Ready-to-wear  Skirts, Wliito   Goods,
-Blouses;-and Dress Coats;  "Style and-quality the best."
Prices very low.
Flowers and other Hat Trimmings at reduced
prices
WM. WOODS, Enderby, B. C.
Things for Summer Wear
Spring Stetsons, Summer Straw Hats, Panamas,
etc.    Men, we have the goods of quality
at right prices !
When going to buy your Summer Underwear, come to our
Store and examine our stock; also inspect our new stock
of Shirts
JEFERSON-'SHOES'   "Or\"R     DCUT      "SLATER"
FOR LOGGERS     JLJ\J������j     I   ������l������SJLr   FINE SHOES
ENDERBY'S GENT'S FURNISHER and SHOE MAN
people of Canada through a banker's
i optics.     Sir   Edmund is no doubt a
.brilliant    bank   manager,   but as an
j economist   his   logic is filled with a
j basket of errors.     He, a banker, ad-
,mits that the Canadain gold is taken
from   circulation    as    fast    as it is
!coined, nnd that he himself has never
seen a Canadian gold coin.   Then by
what -lino"-"of- reasoning " docs "Sir
Edmund   reach   thc    conclusion  that
the people    of   Canada    prefer paper
currency to gold?   If Sir Edmund,  a
J bank manager, has never seen a gold
coin  made in Canada,  how  many of
tlie plain common people are likely to
have seen     them ?     And if the Canadian gold has never been allowed to
get in circulation by thc banks; how
does Sir Edmund know the people of
Canada prefer paper money ?
Sir Edmund's logic reminds one of
the Irishman who had been sleeping
on a straw bed ancl was advised to
switch to a feather bed. Pat had his
doubts, but he concluded to try it.
So he selected a board wide enough
to lie upon and placed a handful of
feathers upon it, and went to bed
upon the feathers. In the morning
hc concluded there was no virtue in
feather beds, judging from the sample, and went back to his bed of
straw,
Campersand
Pleasure Parties
I am inaugurating a regular service for the summer months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sunday morning, or ns otherwise required, from Cottonwood Point to
the Mill Warehouse, furnishing my
gasoline.launch.or jow.boats_nR..may.
bc desired, by the trip, hour, day,
week or month, to all the fishing
places on thc lake nnd thc camping
grounds. Prices reasonable for good
service,     Address���������
F. D. ABBOTT
Cottonwood Point.
SPRING PRUNING-Orclers - will be
taken for orchard pruning. APPly,
Wm. Elson, King Edward Hotel.
POR SALE���������Team of bay mares, well
matched, weighing 3400; 4 & 5 years
old; sound and well broken;' also
wagons and harness. H. P. Flewwelling, Enderby.
FOR SALE���������75    acres" farm   land; 6
acres    cleared    and   ready to crop;
suit_able_for__fruit;..
nice clay   loam
The saw mill baseball team have
ordered suits for the season's play,
ancl are getting into shape to trim
the regulars���������if they can,
WANT ADS
ADVERTISEMENTS under this head
3c a word first insertion, lc a word
each  subsequent insertion.
FOR SALE���������At Rosoman's, Grindrod
���������Salt pork, preserves, washing machine, strawberry plants, mowing
machine, stumping machine, sleigh,
wagon and numerous other articles;
also horses and harness. Bargains,
Bargains ! I have sold a large assortment of implements, animals,
hardware ancl .foodstuffs during the
last few weeks, but there is still a
lot left, and I will clear it out at
about half value. The value of a
dollar is in its purchasing power,
and if it looks as big as a cart
wheel to you, you cannot do better
than spend it at Rosoman's.
easily cleared; good pasture; small
house; clearing fenced, posts & wire;
situated 3 miles from Enderby,
about same distance from proposed
C. N. R.R. For prices and terms
sec or write owner, H. F. Flewwelling, Box 34, Enderby.
EGGS FOR , HATCl-IING-Carcfully
selected "utility" stock;" ��������� Black~M.n-~~
orcas; $1.00 for setting of 13. Also
duck eggs; $1 for, setting of H.
Address, Mrs. John McKay, Waterside Ranch,  Enderby. m!3-Gt
FOR ' SALE���������Rough and dimension
lumber. At mill or delivered. A.
Tomkinson, Enderby.
THIRTY DOLLARS PER ACRE-80
acres unimproved land; easily
cleared, and well watered by small
Lake. Two miles'from town; Government road along west boundary.
Apply owner, James Ellison, Lake-
view, Enderby. m20-4t
CLEANING, PRESSING & REPAIR-
ing, plain sewing, dressmaking.Miss
Airth has opened a sewing room in
the building formerly occupied by
The Walker Press, Enderby, where
she will be pleased to meet all desiring her services.
MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of
wide experience, has removed her
dressmaking parlors to the Matthews house, on Cliff St., west of
George.
if.
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