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 w  Enderby, B.C., May 22, 1913  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 6; No. 12; Whole No.' 272  Locals of Home Events of Interest  Near Home and Far Away  Born���������������������������On May 3rd, to Mr: and Mrs.  Frederickson, a son. ''"---"  Dr. H. Pierce, sight specialist, will  be at the Enderby Plotel until May  25th. t      . . .;..; .-    . ~  Born���������������������������At their home in-Enderby,.on  May ,3rd,' to "Mr.'., and -MrsV 4Gus  Schultz, a son.' ' ��������������������������� '"-.- -��������������������������� -  -   ,  Mr. R. English -left for Prince Albert,  Monday ^evening, _to be-absent  ��������������������������� -   "5-  Is:  -- for the summer months..'  .  Saturday*kbeing.-," a; public ^holiday  ^ our store%vil]vbe bipen 'Frife-/evening  .and ,closed -all " diay^Satiirday.'t'pilli  .. Bfos.V/\>>V.>% i^JC^'yJ^yy^^H  ; ^^>n^ Mrs>^  Xh9 '-���������������������������.*^i.'this, rw^ek''(wVthitheir,:son,,  ��������������������������� '������������������������������������������������������where they"'are taking ���������������������������,h'im^for'medi-  V' cal -treatment.,-    y'/ti "'/"/)'"���������������������������   -'j  --���������������������������Mr. A. F.    Ci;ossman\ enjbyedi'.the  '.-visit of - an    Old^^ountry .'friend' and  former    ,business���������������������������.3'assdciate,^> Mr.  Richardsdn^rt^is{wwk:'v    ' -;;'-'  "-.  --; 7Enderby. will- put^on";her'gala at-  .:'tiro '.on'^Saturday,,;;./The'   business  Vhouse decorations;,-/-promise to'be far  -ahead of-all past efforts iVthis"--Jine:<  r     "*T 4-, *!������������������.H-, / ' vH        W-l   *-.,*������������������ * - 1        J^l^'X* ** ~     *���������������������������       . _  .-Wm.^ Beaddle"'was ,- given'-a-.hight's  lo'dging'in the   city" lock-tip lastwFri-  - day  and' was ' fined   $5' and- costs by  - Magistrate Rosoman for being driink.-  , Hon. "Good .Roads'-' Taylor,' minister of public,/ works," accompanied by  Indian Inspector ��������������������������� Commisky and Mr.  S. A. Shatford, of .Vernon, spent a  short time in Enderby Saturday evening.    ' '' !  The two-trains-a-day service over  the Okanagan. branch will be-insti-  tuted on Sunday, the lst of,June.  The official time of the trains will  not be made known until next week.  Mr. G. Murdock has purchased the  Bradley property, on the east, bank  of the river, near Enderby, of Dr. H.  W. Keith, and- has entered upon the  property, where he   will continue, his  drink but none to look at. Mr. Jaquest is doing the finishing work on  the building.  The editor of Cotton's Weekly is  looking' for a new, home for that paper, -and Colonel Lowery suggests  that.he might, move it to aii insane  asylum,/, where he could get cheap  literary ��������������������������� talent.  "''A-supper " was given in K. of P.  Hall- Tuesday evening by "the Enderby  Choral Society., served by.the young  ladjes/of-the'1 Girls' .Guild of the Pres-  t������������������y|erjan church.1 -The .affair was very  'l^ph' enjoyed by-a large number.  ';Foi>,once;"J;he people of Enderby are  unanimous, . 'They voted' 46 to ,0,in  favor of the loan , by-law to borrow;  ?2,000 for the purchase of a"cemetery'  sffi7: So��������������������������� sc"be '; might take" this  for. a joke, but.it isn't; it is a very  ���������������������������seriousJmatter.J' f;j ".    '/    ���������������������������   ...     /_���������������������������  - The performance ^iverf in-the. Opera  House '' last ."evening by.the.:Tabasco  Minstrels,  all local talentj-lis' worthy  of a^ more .-extended,' comment-than  ,^e-���������������������������can give- at';thistlate^hour>s'and1;iV  justice "to the people'���������������������������participating iii'  the   performance^, as "well, as to our.  readers we are reserving ^comment'uh-,  til next week..,   .The^Ta^aacos. were  greeted-by one" of, "the largest",rif not  the largest .house,   ever gathered-in  the Enderby Opera   House, /and. it" is  safe to   say   there . never, has - been"'a |  better pleased\Enderby audience^  ���������������������������  FOUND DEAD IN BED  It was a great shock to the people  of Enderby to learn at an early hour  Tuesday morning that Miss H'elrna  Johnson had been found dead in her  bed. Miss "Johnson was the only  daughter of Carl Johnson, aged 17  years. She .had., grown , up in the  community from babyhood, and was  a favorite with young and "old alike.  Monday evening she spent with a  party of-.companions'with the family  of-Mr..R. ErBes't,' at the Enderby  hotel. , She retired . 'with the- eldest  daughter,,\a'" -miss of; about, her .own  age, after- an' \venihgW( excitement  and fun. They' slept'|in|t%same bed,  and when her --bed-mM^cSiSa^*  5:30 she- was ."hoffifilal^llB  City Council in Special Session '���������������������������"'  Puts Through Much Business  ' A special meeting of the City Council was held Tuesday evening. Acting  Mayor, Worthington ,was.in the chair;  all members present.  The first-"order-of business was the  city,engineers'" report on plans submitted' by Mr. F. ���������������������������* V. 'MoBet of his  subdivision,- Mr. G. R. Lawes,. of a  portion of his Enderby^Heights-property,'- and the". Columbia;,Flouring  Mills Co., Ltd.'rof ."the-^manager's  home property.* .. in- -'each' .case.'the  p^ans/.^r^;.'jPot;j,������������������PProyedl owing' to  somc'defebl^which;;.did-not conform  The petition    was signed by thirty-  merchants   and "businessmen and the  members of the"< celebration committee,     lib " was    pointed"  out   by-the  niember of the celebration' committee  presenting the    petition" "that the pe>  titioners. did'./not'.wish to cast any.  'reflection on 'the. .Council for, having  changed the   entrance,  but.rather- to'?  make it* clear-td- them, that "the old  entrance^'on: Vernon   Road has "exis  ted for-the past :*six ��������������������������� -'or eight'years;.':  y"'M  :V-XM  yy*M'  ���������������������������7"/J;P*&_  y-yz?f3t  -   rr.t-r. I  ���������������������������3*-:'  - n  .���������������������������.ueH convenience'-^ <��������������������������� the -.public -,hkd^'-'h'cS><m  been positionedVso as'to 'meeX&^re^ X7&M  quirements' with^ the}entranceroriiyer-;7^:vt^^l|  non. Road.'-'and--'to   i>imii������������������ iK^r'������������������iri������������������'r5^rf|^l  felt yfor ;the,(��������������������������� bereaved;..;^;.er -"anil-:  younger brother:.who 'alone'-remain* to  feel--the loss; -/< : V " '' '/-���������������������������' _<?&}$.  . Interment .took place. ..from', the'  Methodist" church, Wednesday after,  noon.   '"  |" .Moses LeCroix was arrested Saturday, evening-last by Constable Bailey  charged .with selling liquor to Indians. , . LeCroix and a Siwash were  caught red-handed. They were taken  before Magistrate Rosoman-on Tues  Remember the date of Dr. Taube's  visit to Reeve's Drug Store, on Friday, May 23rd,"   and. if there is any-  ���������������������������\:::zrLyom sisht ;d������������������ ^^^^^x^z,  .. : " ���������������������������    - ���������������������������    ' LeCrqi* and $25 .on the Indian.  Victoria Day Celebration^NoSP  ' Thought to Be an Assured Success  . ���������������������������, .��������������������������� y.- *jf ������������������"^zMj$yih?  .third.rj.adihgfj^."1'^,/,/'_/' ' '/'-������������������������������������������������������- J-  ������������������,:A--Jeiter,was-read 'from' the 'manager  of-.the Union Bank ��������������������������� stating: that the'  bank is willing, to'.advance money required for': local '. improvements] providing debentures, are-issued and deposited with the/' bank,- and further  that the whole of the city's account  is placed   with  -them.     ".Action laid  over until the next, regular~ meeting. ..���������������������������__   _ ya,  ���������������������������.LUG rro.  A letter was read from* the Celebra- f vince at the rate of 50cper'ydaV for  J>''l  - iy  dairy industry.  Mr. Sidney Hardy, manager of the  Union Bank, Vernon, is spending a  few days in Enderby before'going on  a two months' trip East. Mr. Hardy has failed considerably in health  of late, and finds it ne'eessary to take  the rest.  Rev. Mr. Campbell will leave.next  --week- on-a visit-ora~ month"br~more  in the East. The pulpit in the Presbyterian church will be filled in his  absence by Rev. Mr. Peacock, of Vancouver.  Owing to an oversight, we failed to  mention in our report of the excellent rendition of the cantata "Ruth"  in the Presbyterian church, last week  the sweet singing of Mrs. Neill and  Mrs. Turner, whose duett was particularly pleasing.  ^ The Royal Commission on Agriculture will meet in Enderby, at the  City Hall, next Wednesday, May 28th  at 11.30 a. m., and continuing for  the afternoon. The committee appointed some time ago to present  evidence before the' Commission, will  meet in the City Hall Friday afternoon at 1:30, May 23rd. ���������������������������  Mr. Geo. Johnston, who recently  purchased a portion of the river  side property of Mr. Geo. Brown, is  finishing a very pretty residence on  the property, situated near the river  with a beautiful landscape looking  north and south. Mr. Johnston  comes to Enderby from Texas, and  he says the river looks good to him,  for in    Texas   they    have   water to  Preparations for Victoria Day cele-  bration are now completed, and the  indications are that this day's festivities will eclipse anything ever attempted /by Enderby. "We congratulate you on the excellent program  arranged," is the way the secretary  of the Kamloops lacrosse team puts  it, when writing    to the Celebration  Committee. And "this- is the" way  others are talking who have seen the  program. The Committee is hoping  to make every visitor, feel that they  have done what they could to make  the day a success. Certainly no effort has been spared to make the cel  ebration a complete'success.  The City Council has complied with  the request of the petitioners, and  will make the public entrance to the  grounds at the old position on Vernon Road. They also are. putting  up many contrivances for the children, and have set apart for the  children    themselvesL_that_portion_of  tion Committee' setting forth rea  sons'why the' public entrance to the'  recreation grounds should be.replaced  on Vernon Road. The following petition-covering, the same question was  read:       ' - Z  To the Mayor and Aldermen, City.of  Enderby:  .We,-, the undersigned business people  and citizens of    Enderby._respertf.il1y  change - was.f.riot./desirable^and - if .tliV^'i^^l  committee succeeded; in' this: thdt' the '>V XX ~^  public entraWbe replaced on Venion\*rA'.\  Road.   -: -. .-.'      -" -'���������������������������,',- "J  ���������������������������     .-_.<-'    ." '  Z A~ letter was ...read from"' the 'Attor- , "''���������������������������  ney,General,'s- office ' advising ������������������. of' the' >~>  law in-regard to the; maintenance 'ot "'"J  prisoners convicted of offences within 77.  municipalities, - ��������������������������� which' requires that- '- **-���������������������������  municipalities   shall' pay' "to", the" Pro'- ��������������������������� -.  rf-"''-*-1,!  petition you to reconsider you action  in changing the public entrance to the  Recreation Ground from the much-  travelled Vernon Road to the back  street,  George,    on   the west side of  ,all prisoners   sent to'the provincial -  jails' where a \ fine-'could "have 'been '  imposed instead, of a- jail"-sentence. *-. ."'  It was   pointed   out' that this 'iaw"  would have    a - detrimental, effect von -  the . administration    of ' justice,  and'  the Council was asked to pass a resolution  setting   forth  the objections    '  to the operation of the'law and urg-    '  ing-its=repeal.-=  -5 -1-  ' 1     -   r.iif  The following   names  were submitted/as officials   for   May 24th:   Jno.  Folkard,    Jas.    Graham    and     Wm.  Hatcher; special    constables; Wm.  S."  Scott,  grand   stand;    Graham Roso-  th-e-gFoundV"soutirof" the" field"^ |sid^lHr������������������nS_ !?r:***** "thii"recolT-  hrf.���������������������������.���������������������������    ...    grand   8tRnfl  andf������������������"hc|"owaJaW "' M thC gl'0Und iS  the grounds.   Andjve1 would ask you | man and Aid. BYanchanirbo7 office'.  An additional appropriation of $70  was passed in favor of the celebration committee, -    -  to replace the entrance gates where  they formerly were, so they may be  used on May 24th.  between    the  southwest bandstand, where swings,  giant strides, etc., will be provided  for. their entertainment.  Following  is . the    program  of  the  day:  MORNING  9 a.m. till arrival of Vernon special train: nt Recreation Grounds;  Baseball frame between Murphy's Sj.udsand O. S. M. toam.  10:15a.m. Water Sports (3 or more c ntnVs, or no 2nd orize) ���������������������������  Motor boat race; lst, tl5, 2nd, $10 (3 or more entries or no 2nd  prize). Indian canoe race: lst. ������������������5: 2nd. ������������������2 SO. Greased pole,  fo.   Log Rollins: [must be 3 or more entries], j?E0.  12:00. Parade to Grounds: Formation: B. C. Horse, decorated  autos, Vernon City Band, decorated bikes-prize *2.50. baseball teamH Revelstoke Citv Band, lacrosse teams, football  teams, Enderby City Band, Boy Scouts, school children.  AFTERNOON  12:3������������������o rn 0view 0f Boy Scouts in deco������������������ted bike contest-prize  FIELD    SPORT'S  MEN'S RACES  100 yards dash  220      " ...  Pole Vaulting-  High Jump      ....  CHILDREN'S RACES  1 ������������������n ^s ca,lci1 hy the Committee   (cash prizes).  1.30 p.m.   Lacrosse Game; Armstrong- vb. Kamloops.  d:00 p.m.   Baseball; Salmo-i Arm vs. Enderby.  6:00 p.m.   Football; Armstrong vs. Enderby.  EVENING  7:30 to 9:00.   Band ������������������oncert from the band ������������������tand Cliff street, by  the Vernon City Band.  MOVING   PICTURE   SHOW   in Opera Honie followed by  DANCING  Train leaves tar Okanat{������������������n Landing 10:00 p.m.  Revelstoke 12:00 p.m.  lst  J10.00  10.00  10.00  10.00  2nd  $5.00  5.00  5.00  5.00  out,    with    curling    rink  booths,    (ield-fence   seats  and  grand  stand all   convenient   to thc  Vernon  Road entrance,   and thc west end  of  the field all open, it is most unreasonable,  and certainly would  be most  inconvenient     for     the     committees  handling the sports, to have the pub-  he entrance on the west side.     Further,  it    would    needlessly place the  public in danger when the games are  on, and, as we    all   know, there are  people (the majority women and children) entering and leaving the ground  throughout the day and would of necessity have to cross arid recross the  field in the face of 'the playing.  We feel that your action was taken  without due consideration, and while  wo believe a double gate should be  placed in the west fence for the use  of the B. C. Horse.when a brill Hall  is built opposite, we think that under present conditions and the layout of the grounds, there should be  no change made in the public entrance near tlie curling rink, booths  and grand stUnd.  All of which is respectfully submitted.  Armstrong   Sawmill Burned  ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������    ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ i  Word is received as we go to  press that the sawmill at Armstrong was completely destroyed  by fire between 6 ��������������������������� and 7 o'clock  last evening, May 21. The lumbar .in the yard was saved. Loss  is estimated at ten thousand.  The Enderby football team and  the Armstrong team played a  game at Armstrong on Saturday  which resulted in neither team  scoring.  We have a few of those twenty dollar suits left. You are making the  mistake of your life if you don't look  them over.     Dill Bros.  If there is a birth at your house,  tell the editor about it; if you have  friends visiting you, tell the editor;  if you go away on a visit, or come  home  from  a   visit,    tell  the editor.  Genuine Panamas at genuine bargains.     Dill Bros.  Just received; a new assortment of  up-to-date shoes,   in button or lace  Dill Bros. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  May 22,������������������: 19lS.;  Daintily   perfumed;   and  not  perfumed. All the highest  class;    pure   and  wholesome  ENDERBY PRESS  Published'every  Thursday at   Emlor.by, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker PreHs.  From  25c  per box  up  FLAGS  FOR  THE  24th  All sizes���������������������������large and small  We have them. ���������������������������  <>cx>oo<)o<x>ck;-ooo<><>oo<>ckx>o  A. REEVES   '  Druggist & Stationer  ClifT St. Enderby  Advertising Hates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Con-  i.raet advertising, SI un inoh per month.  Luaal Notices: 12l a line lirst insertion: fcc a line  wich subsequent insertion.  Kujdinv K������������������ticcs:ind Locals: ITic a line.  MAY 22, 1913  THE GROWERS' UNION  PROFESSIONAL  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block  Enderby. B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH.  IL is a   big    step    forward for the  growers of Enderby-Mara district to  organize  under  the   Agricultural  Associations   Act   and    thus become a  link  in    the    chain    of    co-operative  unions being organized in the Valley  with    one    Central    Selling    Agency  head, through which all the fruit ancl  farm produce of   the    Okanagan will  eventually be sold.       It is most important that the growers of this district should get    together and stand  firm for their own best interests, and  be loyal to   the   local union and the |  Central.     There is no other way out  of the    difficulties   confronting them.  It is a policy    that    has proved the  salvation of every    fruit and agricultural  district in    the world where it  has  been  put    in    operation.   It has  brought success   out of failure in all  localities where it has been tried.  While Enderby's shipments in these  The Government is back of the project. Jt cannot fail. No 'grower.can  lose. But the Government will not  take the responsibility of running the  growers business for them in addition  to providing the big end of, the money required in the business.  QUIT BEING    A  SPONGER  Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the men hc  is leading in the Dominion House appear to have rather confused ideas of  the  -duty    which    Canada    owes the  Motherland.     It is one of the Opposition leader's pet theories that England is- quite able to take care of herself against all comers, and this has  been  one of his   select arguments in  the naval bill   debate,    ended in the  House last    week   by the naval bill  passing  its    third    reading.   Because  the Motherland   is   not down on her  knees begging   assistance,  he has declared time and again that assistance  is not needed.       What a magnificent  conception    of   our   national obligations.      Just because the mother refuses to beg, then the daughter is justified  in  refusing the slightest measure of aid.     And Sir Wilfrid-has the  impertinence    to ask   the   people    of  Canada to   stand    by and watch the  struggle of the weary Titan without  putting forth a hand to help.  Sir Wilfrid is quite welcome to the  poor opinion he   has of the sense of  national duty possessed by every true  Surely   if   Canada    has  **.  V������������������t������������������  ,.., '^  '���������������������������**,  Do You Think?  The man or woman who is worthy  of God's love gets it. And the best  evidence we can have that a person  has "been to God" is when we see  him engaged in acts of kindness to  % his fellows, and standing upright before the world as a man, unabashed  and not afraid. Do you think God  wants men made in his image to go  about ' groveling in the dust like  worms ?  T  l.!'"  M*,  \V?.���������������������������.  \\1  lines are    comparatively    small,  they  could be made quite as large as those ! Canadian  of  the  more developed   districts.   No'been willing   to   accept   the aid and  doubt,  when  these better   marketing; protection    of    the    Motherland    all  III  Office hours:    Forenoon,  0 to 10:30        '   "  Al'iei-noon, 8 to -1  .     Evening. 0:30 to 7:3'"v  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. ClifT and CJeorjreSts. BNDEKB"Y  facilities are provided there will be  more encouragement offered to men  now on the land, and to others looking for land, to get into the industry  these years, cheerfully and ungrudgingly "extended, she is also willing  and anxious to do something in return for the support of the Old Coun-  TjfiNDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  '-    MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  "MaternityFees, $20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness, ^.SO per day.   -  'endeiib Y. H. c. -  ���������������������������MUSIC-  p W. CHAPMAN  ���������������������������*-   ' P. O. Box 139, Enderby.  Visits or receives pupils for Piuno, Organ, Violin,  Sinking and Theory of Music, Etc.  Courses  for  the Canadian   or  British Academy  ftxiuninationa  SECRET- SOCIETIES  on a more- substantial and system- try- Every Canadian is ready and  atic basis.- Our growers cannot af-j willing to give up being a sponger,  ford to stay out, ior should theyfij^Sg&B&^frid had his chance of dis-  tempt to ' get under way^^���������������������������H^^^^Brils.-conception of participa-  measures cr* in fear and MJm^L_^L_^L_^L_^L_^L_^LW Empire defence. He failed  There is something inspim^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^LWt\J-;7 Now he professes a  the attitude' of the grrJ^^^^^^^^^^H.of ;;heart. Two fleet units  south of us in .'"laimchin^^^^^^^^^^^B^-Splicy, but it must not be  the enterprise, /(<n'd7^s^j^^^^^^^^B^^n;^at this is an opposition  ting" the" bridges'" behuW/^m^m^m^m^m^mW^y ��������������������������� and*-.were---Laurier-to be re-  recognize in the new 6}?&0^a^^^i^^irnecl to.\-ppwer. tomorrow, his ideas  one thing that is Jj^ng-.'to put' theiof assistjngj.the Empire in matters of  industry on a sound, profitable basis. <naval dstfsnce-!. would revert to the  They recognize    what other districts Ni������������������t>e a*p|Raihbow.,   -  A.F.&A.  have done, and realize * what they  must do. It must be success by co:  operation or' not at all. Just as an  example: Where Armstrong had three  exchanges privately owned and operating last year independent of ancl in  The po3jple: of Canada are solidly  behind Premier Borden in his policy  to aid the Motherland in the defence  of the Empire. Mr. Martin Burrell  hit the nail on the head when he said  in his remarks on the naval bill when  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 , ,    4       Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 5. 'J. M-. CJ.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presides   }H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NE    W YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th  June and 31st.December.  ':)NDERJBY=BRANCH   ' *- " A.  E.  Taylor. "Manager  ii., competition   with   each    other,    they Ii- was up for third reading, that Sir  Enderby  u>dge    No.   40 are this  >*"ear centralizing everything jWilMd    Laurier   would   have played  .{fijrular    meetings    fir..t into one co-operative union    To buv 'the better    part   had   he decided to  Thursday on  or after  tiie J  full moon at s p. m. in Odd-1 out the independent institutions  will  fellows    Hall.        Visithij'  brethren cordially in vital  H. E. BLA.NCIIA.PvD  W. M.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  J. 0.0. F.  give his support to the measure.  2^   Eureka Lodge. No. 50  Meets every Tuesdav evening hi 8o'clock, in 1. W.  O. V. hall, Metcalf block.   Vihiiini,' brothers always    welcome. CEO. BELLAMY,   N. Q.  v   HOWARD LOGAN, V. C.  lt. E.WHEELER, Sec'y.  ,i   h  f.AVi.n������������������r>-'r.-n..B ���������������������������  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 33. K. of I\  Moots every Monday eveiiins  in K. of 1'. Hall. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  JOHN BURNHAM, C.C.  C.E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S  T. E. RODIE   M.F.  Hall suitable fo-Concerts, Ranees and all public  entertainments.    For rates, <-U\, address.  T   E   RODIE. Enderby  cost them something like $45,000.  But they feel it will pay them in the  end. They are in dead earnest. It  is a 'case where they must either sink  of swim, and which they shall do will  rest entirely with themselves. No  one is holding out in the hope of  profiting by the others' enterprise. icouver Province- *" which Mr. Perci-  A similar spirit is manifested at iVal Wllford ChaPman> formerly or-  Vernon, Kelowna, ^unimerland_ anu.|ganist of the church_,_is suing Rev.  Pentrcton; They "are all g'etting'to-1 USgraVe=Fo"rd^HiltofiT^fbar~������������������f tlie  gether-co-operating    for the good of church' for ?5000 damaSes  SUIT FOR DAMAGES  A suit for slander   following a dispute  between members  of the Engli-  can Church at Enderby has been entered  in  the    courts,    says  the  Van-  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."  0 (Extract from Low cry's Ledge.) '  '  King Edward Hotel,  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  each other and of all. Already they  have said to the hay growers of Enderby and Mara, "Come in; we want  your product, and will pay thc top-  notch price.'  "It was a mix-up between church  officials," said Mr. R. P. Stockton  in   Supreme  Court   chambers  to-day,  | in  discussing   the   matter    with  Mr.  ! Justice Gregory and opposing an ap-  It is up to the growers of Enderby. ,Plication ^ Mr-  J- L- G. Abbott for  Thc  initial    step    has    already   been  tlie  plaintiff for    further  particulars.  POLITICAL  T?NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, II. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  tokenr but - thc -movement-"should not~rThc PlcaclinSs ������������������"ow. that on -Septcm-  -must not-stop there. Thc local ber U> 1912' after Mr- Chapman ^ad  union must be brought to a working sevcrofl his connection with the Ang-  basis.     Otherwise   our growers must llCa" church an(1  accePte(1 a Position  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  1-7.1  11.00  Grindrod  16.59  11.14  Enderby  16.44  11.40-  Armstrong  16.15  31.58-  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  Enderr  >y  he crowded to thc wall by the very  organization that i.s now encouraging  them to come in and offering to aid  them if they do.  It must be thoroughly understood  right at thc start: The districts that  will not take hold and do the square  thing, cannot expect any aid from  the organization they deliberately go  into the market in competition with.  The centralizing of the whole Valley  under this co-operative system will  not help the growers of the Enderby-  Mara district if they will not get into it and take up their share of the  responsibility for carrying it through  as one co-operative whole. It does  not matter what institutions have  been, or what failures have resulted,  the time is now when thc growers of  this district must shape their policy.  If it is to be a waiting policy, waiting to see how good the thing is before going into it,  then., our growers  must be prepared to pay the penalty,      Some men use up a lot of time re-  and they will feel it this coming sea- gretting the years they have wasted,  son.  as organist of the Presbyterian  church, a meeting of the Enderby  Choral Society was held. At thc  meeting while commenting on a proposal that Mr. Chapman take charge  of the finances of the society, it is alleged that Mr. Hilton used the words  "I am sorry to say that I find Mr.  Chapman not such'an honorable man  as I thought him to be."  Mr. Chapman alleges that this was  an imputation that he had been guilty of dishonorable practices in his  oversight of the finances and so is  bringing action. The defence is that  the words were not used and if they  were used, do not bear the imputation placed on them by the plaintiff.  Dogs make good friends���������������������������they cannot talk. ,  The bee that   gets   the honey does  not loaf around the hive.  and Outbuildings  Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last :  No. 2, 2 x 4 - - - $13.00  4, Drop Siding - _..._- 10.00  2    Lath       -   per thousand   2.00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.rby  ������������������  ������������������  HARVEY'S GOOD BUYS  40 acres good bench land, suitable for mixed farming or fruit growing;  14 acres cleared; 15 acres slashed; 150 fruit trees beginning to bear;  ������������������ an acre of raspberries; small frame house containing four rooms;  stable, chicken house and other buildings; one team of horses, two  cows, wagon, harness, cultivator and other farm implements.' The  whole as a going concern; $4,000, on terms.,  85 acres with 6-roomed house; 12 acres cleared; good garden; some fruit  trees; good water; all good land; 2{ miles from Enderby; price, $65  per acre.  Get one' of my new printed lists. They are free, and are full of valuable  information.  Sole agent for Riverdale Subdivision.  H. W. Harvey  Real Estate Broker.  Agent  ���������������������������    Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Office Block, Enderby '0  Thursday, .May 22, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Farmers' Institute Decides to  Incorporate Under New Act  A well-attended meeting of the i would be required to pay only 20 per  Northern Okanagan Farmers' Insti- sent of this amount, or $2; the bal-  tute was held last Saturday after- ance would be payable in 20 years,  noon in K. of P. Hall to consider the( or the repayment of the Government  important business of reorganisation loan could be paid out of the Insti-  under-the new Agricultural Associa- tute funds derived from the sale to  tions Act. President Little was in its members of the supplies required  the chair.      Mr.  Little explained the on the farm.  intent and purpose   of the new Act,     After    the    matter    had been fully  and pointed out the need of such as- discussed, Messrs. Hassard and Thos.  sistance by   thc   Institute as is pro- Sharpe moved  that the Institute be  vided by the Government in the new reorganized  under the new' Act,  with  Act.     He   pointed   out    the limited  the shares placed at $10.  success of the Institute under the old'    This motion was amended  by Mes-  order  of    things,    and  contrasted  it srs. Davis and Crossman making the  with the   fuller    success which could shares $25 and proposing to organize  be achieved if the Institute could get an association    within the Institute,  funds sufficient to carry on the work  composed    of    fewer    members    who  on  a  co-operative basis  whereby the might be induced    to provide the 20  members could be    supplied with all per cent capital on the'assurance of  'their needs in such things as are re- getting good returns on their- invest-  -quired  on the farm: seeds,  fertilizer,  ment.     This .amendment caused con-  stumping" powder, and other supplies,  siderable discussion. - It was pointed  At the present time it was impossi- out that if    the  -association  within  ble to get,these    supplies in quanti- the Institute    were'to pay dividends  -ties large, enough to keep a stock onjon the investment   of   the few mem-  hand to fill the "requirements of the:bers, these dividends    would have to  members.       There    were   also  many,'be made out ��������������������������� 'of;  the   -farmers    who  of the squatters last fall, and his  company released from the timber  berth all lands upon which the Department has given squatters their  entry papers. Hence, these squatters  who have received notice from the  land department that their applications for entry will be granted, may  April 30th of this year was 82 per  cent of the standard representing the  promise of a full crop, or 101 per  per cent of the average yield of the  past four years. Last year at the  same time the corresponding figures  were only 72.6 per cent of the full  crop standard and 87 per cent of the  enter upon the land feeling secure in average1"'of the three previous years  the knowledge   that the lumber  GROWTH OF > OVERSEAS  CLUB  things necessary    which the Institute  is not now   capable .of handling for  -'its members',   which, if it could handle,'- would save   the    members many  times the   amount-  required of them  to enable the Institute to become effective under vthe new Act.  ,,     In -the ' new    Act   the Government  .  had made provision    to render financial -assistance to the Institute if the  ' .'members ,- would     contribute     their  ���������������������������  share���������������������������20    per    cent   to the Government's 80 per   cent.   He'1 believed the  Institute should    follow the example  ���������������������������of all   the    other    Institutes    in the  Province,- and take advantage of the  Government measure.    ��������������������������� It was an op-  '"'" portunit'y   they,-could not afford to  let'slip, by, .-   The ' Government was  :virtually/providing 80 "per cent of the  capital-to- enable _- them to get into  "' tbj^co-operative ��������������������������� business. - . . '      /-,  ..-'^'^?-would*favor-some'such proposi-  would buy through the Institute  The amendment was lost, and the'  original motion carried almost unanimously.  The Secretary of 'the Institute wns  instructed to" take the tnecessary steps  to have the* incorporation papers issued.  company has released the land so entered  upon from the timber berth.  There-.are, however,  two exceptions  to this general    provision. ��������������������������� On lands  held   by   two    squatters,  the lumber  company has still a force of men at  work on the merchantable timber on  these tracts,  and Mr.  Stevens states  that he has asked the Department to  withhold    final   entry   thereon    until  this merchantable    timber is cut off,  which    will   require     six    or    seven  months.      'in    the    meanwhile  these  ���������������������������squatters will be allowed entry thereon but the papers held up by the Department pending such release by the  lumber company.  Squatters on land in the timber  berth who have been notified by the  Department that 'their applications  cannot be considered, and that they  must vacate the land, remain thereon  at their own risk and may be expelled therefrom by the Department  at any time.  After June 2nd,-no squatter will be  allowed upon land in the timber  berth.  Mr. E. Wrench, general organizer of  the Overseas Club, who visited this  district some months ago in the interest of the Club, was in Brisbane  recently, and to his Australian audience Mr. Wrench said that the'Club  was now two years and seven months  old, and had a membership of 106,000  ���������������������������all. outside the United Kingdom,  which constituted the strongest nonparty patriotic society in the Empire. In its aims there is nothing  aggressive. It is not anti-German,  nor anti-American. He believed  there were sufficient vital problems  in the British Empire to keep us busy  for the next 100 years. One of Australia's greatest problems was the-  peopleing of that vast continent, and  in this respect he thought Canada set  an example of what could be done.  CALIFORNIA  ALIEN  BILL  Governor Johnson on Monday put  his signature to the California Alien  Land Bill. The Act will go into effect on  August 17th.  CANADIAN CROP  CONDITIONS  LANDS  RELEASED TO  SETTLERS  '**���������������������������   r^���������������������������    .-  There seems-to be   some misunderstanding in connection with "the opening of the lands in'the timber limits  within the   Railway   Belt,- the belief  prevailing in some quarters .that the  land so opened   toy. squatters by the  Department   was- still-  held    by the  lumber company', under timber .lease.  , To^ satisfy -.ourselves, on this point,  .we interviewed Mr." Stevens, "manager  "of the Okanagan.Sawmills; Ltd  ..-._���������������������������      - * ,^nA  .,,,,-.������������������������������������������������������  ,. -   .      . .       ....    -.      |h? stated that"his"company had gone'  .ftionvas. would-make. the.shares in.the ,-into-the; matter" with^Commissioner  :-;*n^ute    say.y^lO.f-..The. ^members Maber when he   inspected the''claims  Dominion   Lands,   Railway  Shuswap Division.  Belt  A bulletin just   issued by the Census and Statistics office, Ottawa, records pie-condition, of crops and live,  stock on    April   30, - as reported by  agricultural 'correspondents throughout Canada.   -It'is estimated thatjn.  Ontario about 18 per cent and in A1--  berta    about   43.5    per   cent' of .^tb/e!  areas sown to   wheat   last;fall"-h-dvi  been . winter-killed.       These*;- percent^  ages represent-a .deduction of ^261",0C&'  acres f'from the    total - area "sown"jtr3  fall Vwh'eat, ', viz':    1,086,800."acres," so  .tjhat.^ttie'..- area ."'remaining 'to b'e" tmrV  vested; is "nowzJ825,800"." acresTr^Tl/e,  condition.. of-;fall' ' wheat" on'"Aprils' 3$<  was "in ^Ontario "83,4 per cent, and iii"  Alberta'-"76^.per   cent" of'"- a standard  representing   the ' promise _'of   a full  crop;- the '.corresponding  percentages  on the" same   date.'- last year being  71.2 for, Ontario and 76.8 for Alberta.  Foi; all," Canada-   the   condition - on'  Hearing,the new Edison  Blue Airiberol Records  ������������������ more'eonvincing than hearing about.them    ;  j>-''\-.,'.      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Ediion, Inc., 100 Lakeiide Aye., Orange, N. Jr; V. S. aT      "."���������������������������*:  A complete line of Ediaon Phonographs and Record* will be found at  \-X-j-:������������������NDERBY IV!USIC S TORE  j-. r^'^-^rt^frf'S  yyr'zz- >:4& I  -,TrL .t^*il  -'-. -yiZ'&l  ���������������������������''V/t-0^1  .. ,-yx^im  .'.-*���������������������������*',**"������������������,&-,> 'V'Miy^si  ���������������������������'1~ZZJ     -*���������������������������*-* -7-J-Z-'*-.-Wtt  ������������������-~r������������������fllVtQS������������������&r  --:yi-������������������%s<it  ���������������������������Z r  yi;,jy&  Z,-i'{n,'**i6  '*-/>*$'  --yi- ''fvi  z/yiK'-z  ryyi-zZ*  -Z'^' VJil  iii'V  '.}..'Ai  The following applies only to, Dominion Lands in the Shuswap  ...'..Division.   This Division includes the Shuswap.Lake, Notch Hill  ".Celesta,- Seymour Arm, Glenemma and Enderoy districts, etc.  " * * "��������������������������� j, * x y.-  J- Squatters on Dominion Lands in this   Division  which are not  -���������������������������in-timber berths will be given  until - Monday, 2nd June,'1913  .within which to appear and make application "for entry..."  ,Squatters whose claims are allowed will be notified by the  Dominion Land Agent atitheir last known address. In the event  ,of squatters failing to appear and make application before the  ^atejoientioned,J;heir^claim^^^  1171 0/*\    /"i 1 C* W/'vrt/^ rm    r\A"    r\mr\   j-\m^^J    *-i -CX- ~.-~     A.\~ ~ 1.      /i ^ A  T/*l ���������������������������*  wise disposed of on and after that date. If, however, good reason  is shown for failing to appear and the improvements on the land  : are of substantial value a- further period of protection may be  allowed by the Agent in cases of special merit. No other appli-  . cations for entry will be received before the date mentioned  Claims not yet dealt with must be filed immediately. ���������������������������  Applications for entry may be made at the Sub-Agent's Office  J at Salmon Arm or at the Agent's Office at_Kamloops.   Applica--  - tions forentry made at"the"- Salmon "Arm" Sub-"A~gent's Office on the  " 2nd to 4th June, 1913, inclusive, will have precedence.  Vacant available lands in this Division, not valuable for timber  . may be disposed of under homestead entry in areas not exceeding  one hundred and sixty acres.   Such squatters as have wrongfully  taken possession of valuable timber lands have no claim, but may  -in certain cases, if improvements merit, be -recognized for whatever area can be arranged, in each case  having regard to the  rights of timber owners ancl the value of the timber.   The area of  ���������������������������homesteads on lands .which will be hereafter logged off and withdrawn from timber berths in this Division will be not more than  forty acres  unless  otherwise  determined, after. inspection by  , officers of the Department.  '    ' ��������������������������� Squatting on Dominion Lands hereafter without authority will  not be allowed, and will result in forfeiture of improvements.  Ottawa, 28 April 1913.  S. MABER  Superintendent British .Columbia Lands  NOTE :���������������������������All bona fide squatters whose claims are allowed will  . receive a personal letter from this Agency notifying them  that they are recognized as such, and no one should appear at  the office before the 2nd of June for the purpose of making  application for entry unless,siich entry is received.  . W. C. COWELL r  Agent of Domini n Lands  This is Brighten Up time; A can  or two of paint and a little labor  will work wonders in your Home  \ Says the Little Paint SMan7  We are all influenced and are happier for pleasant surround-  ���������������������������ings^Havmg-everythm^^  much a matter of simply spending money, as it is in knowing  how. An outlay of a dollar or so or even less will work wonders  if it is rightly spent. Look around your house and see what is  dingy and worn. Make a note of it and come to us and we'll tell  you what to do to make it look as good as new. Here are a few  suggestions.  YOUR FLOORS: YOUR WALLS:  If it's an old, worn, discolored Don't you sometimes get tired  floor,the best thingto do is to paint of wallpaper with its staring de-  it with Sherwin-Williams Floor signs? A plain wall in a subdued,  Paint. It covers up all the unsight- harmonious color is the very best  liness and gives a fine, hard fin- of good taste and good decoration,  ish, easy to keep clean. Several Sherwin-Williams Flat-tone will  attractive colors. Use one of the give you just such a finish. Ab-  new floor stencil designs as a bor- solutely sanitary, will wash with  der and you'll have an elegant soap and water, will wear for years,  floor, and1 at such a small ex- is made in beautiful soft shades  Pense- that dry with a soft, velvet finish.  We handle a lot of different things that you need this time of the year. Even  if you don't want to buy, come and see all the new things that we have that  are of interest to every householder.  XY773  Fulton Hardware (ol  PLUMBING. HEATINGJINSMITHING THE ENDERBY PRESS AMD WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  May 22, 191t  OF    CANADA  Paid-tip Capital. Reserve Fund 6Q ������������������>7C OftO  and Undivided Proliis (Over) <POfOlOyVVV  Total Assets (Over)    $69,000,000  Distance is No Barrier  against carrying on your banking  easily and conveniently. Just  mail us your grain cheques, money  orders' or cash for deposit, your  notes or bills for collection, or  your cheques to be cashed, with  your passbook, and we cau handle  your account as satisfactorily as  if you were present for each  transaction.  Banking   by   Mail  is  a   great  .'states is declared   to   be dangerous  saver of  time   aud  travel.    Ask  |t0  the weli-being   of   the state,  and  jthe legislature shall  discourage their  ���������������������������WHITE AND YELLOW MEN There were people there who did not   :' believe in it, who imagined that there  In his reply to the request from the |was militarism behind it. I have  National Government, urging that | rtonc my utmost to point out that if  the alien labor legislation coming be-' militarism is the means of making  fore him from the legislature might j ,j0yg respcotable, respectful, moral  be sent back by him for modification, ! alu] maniVi then there is militarism  Governor Johnson, of the state of ��������������������������� at t[lc b,lCk of itj mHj fl verv gooc]  California says: "For many years thin<, fclmt jt, js That, however, is  a very grave problem, little under- |not my j(lea of militarism. I do not  stood in the East, has confronted | think r need give you my definition  California; a problem thc seriousness,^ jt(    i,eca,lse   probably   all of you  of which has been recognized by  statesmen in our nation, ;ynd has  boen viewed with apprehension by the  people of this state. When the present constitution of California was  adopted more than thirty years ago,  it contained the following declaration:  " 'The presence of foreigners ineligible to become citizens of the United  who know foreign countries which  have large armies know that the  whole administration of the country  is subservient to military conditions  and you will recognize that there is  not, nor will be, anything on those  lines here."  our Manager about it.  If you  have land  to sell  List it -with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new  booklel rlr'.u<,)-iptiv<> 'of the Mara Di������������������-  tricL is now out.    GET   ON'E.  immigration  by  all  nre tins  within  its  power.'  "Uf late years our problem from  another angle has become acute, and  the agitation has been continuous in  the  last decade    in   reference  to our  SUFFRAGISTS ���������������������������  SUFFRAGETTES  There is a distinction and a differ-'  ence. The suffragettes . of England  are costing that country at the rate  of $25,000,000 a year by their militant anarchy, and they are losing  ground at every point. The British  people are turning against them, in  many instance most bitterly, and the  agricultural lands until finally affirm- law breaking continues unabated.  lative action in an attempted solu-lThe torch and bomb brigades are  Stion became imperative. This at-,'kept busy, and they promise to keep  tempted solution is found in the ae- j it up as long as the fool rich con-  tion of our legislature in the passage tinue to contribute funds to the mili-  of the alien land bill, ln the phrase- tants. At the same time the suff-  ology of this bill, in those whom if ragists of the United States are eon-  ailects,  in its scope and its purpose,   fining their actions to carrying on a  strong,    persistent    educational  cam-  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.  DOWNHAM &  '-GiLDEMEESFER  CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS  ENDERBY, B.C.  Estimates    and.  drawings    cheerfully  submitted  Furniture  made  to  order  Office and Stop in Poison Block,  On ClifT street near George  'sf  Norman Grant  BUILDER & -  ���������������������������  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  we believe we are within our legal  and our moral right, and that we  are doing only what is imperatival;,  demanded for the protection and preservation- of our state."  Publicists in Japan, discussing the  California alien legislation question,  declare that the California difficulty  is merely one proof that the time has  arrived to fix the relations "between  the white and other races of the  world. In a striking article, M.  Tokutomi, editor of The KoKumin,  says that' ".The., white men's clique  must be overthrown,' in the interest  of Japan and in ' the interest"of humanity." ,       - ���������������������������  .    ' '    ������������������������������������������������������  Other writers express themselves in  a similar strain, asserting that the  Japanese are, in ' danger of exclusion  from almost everywhere in the world  chiefly through racial prejudice on  the part of the whites. The solution  of the great question involved, it is  argued, can only bc found in destroying the white men's conception of inferiority of the colored races by Japan attaining thc same level of civilization as the west, developing both  physical and moral strength nlon.r  all lines.  paign. They talk reason and act  reasonably. They do not kill theii  cause-through -their zeal. They do  not antagonize the powers that be,  they work for and with them. As a  result, they have already gained the  franchise in many of the states, and  now the national government is introducing-a bill at Washington extending the- franchise to the women  of every state in the Union.  -The suffragettes , of England "have  demonstrated " by their own actions  that they are not fit subjects to be  given-the franchise. A law breaker,  "one-taking-up the torch against the  property and safety, of the public,' is  not. fit to be entitled to vote. A  bomb thrower in petticoat? is no  Jess a criminal than one behind the  mask. They are destroyers of property, ancl as'such are entitled to no  more consideration than any"other  law breaker. ---.    ���������������������������  A   BOUDOIR  DAIRY  CANADA'S  PROSPERITY  In his budget speech the Hon. W.  T. White, minister of finance, showed  how great is Canada's prosperity,  and the phenomenal increase of tin  Dominion's business of the past year  To show a surplus of $55,000,000 is a  gaefd���������������������������aTiWrtiBemM^  It  is  also   evidence    of    the splendid  business    administration   of  thc  Gov  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  flQOTTloX)'  "Dealer in   Windows,  Doors, Turnings,  and  all    factory    work.   Rubbcroid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  ornment now in power.  Tn   his    budget   speech   the  Finance  Minister touched  upon  thc subject  of  We represent S.  C.  SMITH CO.,      |the  moncy    stringency.       Me  stated  of Vernon |that the prospect was for a high rate  Russell Street Enderby. ! of interest for some time to come.  :_���������������������������-: :   1-buL tliat-lie -looked fur improved conditions toward thc end of thc calendar year. The Bank of England still  maintains its rate at \). per cent.,  which is comparatively high, and  this would give a clue to the failure  of sn many municipal and other issues that have been offered recently  in London. Moreover, to finance the  trade boom' in ' Great Britain is apparently taking a vast amount of  money, and this would have a reactionary effect on other borrowers.  Charity begins at home, and the ill  wind for Canada is now tempered to  'the somewhat shorn lamb of Great  i Britain.  71&^77U������������������������������������?&  ���������������������������fab 7ZO"^M^i/y/^t  77ie. - *������������������& -4*7n/i&  4 77WI defaao  TbysU'Catibreyuad  Jcauttej7u&������������������r  DYOIA  It's tlu- CLHANRST, SIMPLEST, and BKST IIOMB  YlVW, one can !>uy--"\VIiy you don't even have to  |:nowwhut KIND of Clolh your Good* lire made  of.--.Sn .Vlstakr* nre Impossible.  Send for Tree Color Card, Story   IlooKIet, and  llooklet KiviiiK resole, of Dyeinfr ovor other colors.  Ihe JOHNSON-IIICHAKDSON CO., Limited,  Montrc.il. Canada.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  THE KJXG OE BOY SCOUTS  The Duke of Connaught has been  appointed by the King to be president of thc Boy Scout association.  Speaking as chief scout of Canada,'  his royal  highness recently said:  "I have been among nearly all  tho  boys of the Dominion,  either serving  or being   served.      There    are 30,000  Boy  Scouts in  Canada,  where,  as in  j England,   we    have   our deprecators.  One of the Portland (Dorset) dairy  farmers, who had some friction with  the Sanitary Committee about cowshed regulations which the farmers  considered unreasonable, - played an  amusing joke on the members of the  committee. The sanitary inspector  had issued notices of an intended inspection for Saturday. The farmer  made preparations for thc visit by  spreading linoleum over the floor of  his cowhouse, displaying' hearthrugs  in-convenient^^positionsf'h'an'ging^the"  walls with pictures, a mirror, and a  m'otto: "Until wc meet again," and  furnishing the interior with chairs  and a harmonium. When the committee called he gravely asked them  to wipe their feet on the doormat,  and explained that thc harmonium  was for the cow to play while the  calf took its dinner.       The committee were so tickled that  after vainly trying to hide their  amusement they had to retire.  EOOL1NGLY    LOST HIS  LIFE  A sad accident occurred at the  Lumby Saw Mills last week in which  Frederick McDougall, a lad of 16,  lost his life. It appears that McDougall, who was engaged in slab  piling at a short distance from the  mill, managed to get into the mill  unnoticed and picking up a piece of  belting about two inches wide and  eight feet long, commenced throwing  the belting over a piece of shafting.  The sleeve of his shirt got caught  and he was immediately drawn into  the. revolving shaft, which whirled  him around and around with lightning rapidity. When the engine was  shut down, which was almost immediately, there was very little life  left in the body and thc boy expired  a few minutes later.  Cheerfulness  thrive*  on   usefulness.  THE   ALWAYS  UNIFORM FLOUR  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 oiir Moffet's Best Flour. This  all  means success to the baker.  YOUR   GROCER   SELLS   IT  If   he   does  not,   call   up   our   office,    'Phone   41.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited.  VISION    SCIENTIFICALLY   CORRECTED.  DR.  H. PIERC  EYE   SPECIALIST  Graduate of the Philadelphia College  of Optics  Formerly of New York City  A    Refractionist    of    Wide    Experience  :M'///y>.  Has Opened an Optical Office in  Enderby, B. C.  Anyone wishing to consult the doctor  about their Visual defects of any'  description, may do so with the assurance of receiving - reliable and  conscientious service, at a reasonable  cost.  At the Enderby Hotel until May 25  Enderby, British Columbia  Call  arid  See Us.  RENTS  INSURANCE  INVESTMENTS  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby nnd are especially suited for Fruit and  Vegetables,- and, having been in.crop,_arc.in,8plen-l  "did'eonditiori" for "planting.  ' An experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction to  purchasers free of chnrge, or orchar. 'vill be planted and cared for at a  moderate charge.  Kifl acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lota ..<���������������������������   now on the market at   ������������������175  per acre.  Get in on the first block and make moncy on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Oflice,  Enderby.  An  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt-edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisiona)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself caa  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  ,   Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO  ' 'J  :  'i  -'.vi  i ~'a\A  ���������������������������-���������������������������*���������������������������  * A Thursday,  May 22, iblS  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  I    4"--  Fresh Meats  If you want prime,' fresh meats, we  have them.     Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers from  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  cau give you the,best price possible  Initial Step. Taken to Organize  Enderby-Mara Growers' Union  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderbv, B. C  MOO'S $  FROM READING,   ENGLAND  A. J. Woodward  Sole Agent,  511 Granville Street,. Vancouver  615 Fort Street    .     .    Victoria  Catalogue on Application  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  A meeting was held in the Oity  Hall' Saturday evening for tho purpose of hearing the delegate to the  meeting of fruit and produce growers  at Vernon two weeks or more ago in  connection with the proposed Central  Selling Agency plan now pretty well  organized  throughout the  Okanagan.  Mr. Chas. W. Little, tho delegate,  reported the full proceedings of the  convention, which lasted the better  part of two days and a half. These  proceeding were published in these  columns two weeks ago. Briefly, the  proposition is this:    *  There  will    be    organized    at each  shipping   point,    under    the Agricultural Associations   Act,    a local exchange through which the produce of  the members   will   be   handled    and  from    these, local   associations   the  produce will be marketed by the Central    Selling   Agency.       fhe Central  Selling Agency   will , be composed of  delegates    from    each    of    the  local  organizations,' which will be required  for the   first    season- to finance the  Central,    each   local   putting up the  sum of   $200    per   share held, by the  local in the Central.     This sum is to  be taken as a loan from the local as-  T , l    ,���������������������������       , "sociations, for three   years, and will  Is prepared to furnish straight block*^ interest at 4 per. cent.     It was  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawaj__:plallied   that   Enderby,    being the  smallest  shipper   of   produce, "would  put up $200   to   finance the Central;  vases,  peer   blocks,    chimney blocks  also lime and cement. -  Leave orders early. ;  -     " .Enderby, B. C.  E. J. Mack  Livery," Feed & Sale Stables I  ENDERBY, B. C. |  ��������������������������� .'*  ^GooclRigs; 'Careful Driv- f  ers; Dray ing of all kinds.    ' *  J Comfortable ;and Commo-  .dious Stabling for teams; .'  ��������������������������� Auto for, Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers - and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.    " *" "  > <e*Mxe*s*s><$*-^^  while Armstrong, Kelowna and the  larger shipping points would have to  raise as much, as $1,200, according  to the number of votes held, based on  the total shipments from the point  represented by the local association.1  Mr  to set aside a sinking fund to'repay  the Government loan, from the business done each    year, in which case,  the only cost to    the growers would  be the amount of the $20 initial payment.       This    $20    payment is only  necessary in case the local organization desires    to   borrow money from  the Government to erect cold-storage  buildings, packing houses, etc.   If'the  local association   does not intend to  erect buildings, and therefore can get  along without Government assistance  it is then necessary for the locals to  raise at   the   time    of incorporation  only the incorporation fees, the sum  necessary to pay. into the Central' the  amount of $200,  and.in addition sufficient money   to    start   the season's  business,   whatever this may be,  and  this amount    would ' have to be decided by the local directors.  In order to incorporate under the  Agricultural Associations Act, Mr.  Robertson explained, it was necessary'  to have 25 growers sign the application, o and the initial payment of  these men would have to be-only $1.  The balance of the $20, or such  amount as the directors may decide  to call in less than the $20, for operating expenses, would be payable  on the allotment of the shares.  Mr. Robertson said it had "been decided to handle only the produce of  members of the local association,  and there is to be no half-measures  about-it. Every member .enters on an  equal basis, and every grower who  comes into,the.association must sign  a contract to deliver , to the local  exchange ALL: of his crop covered by  the contract  WE are determined to give the people of  Enderby and District the best quality of  Household Furnishing on the market, at'live-  and-let-live prices, and solicit your patronage.  Come in and examine our stock of,high-class furniture  bedsprings, mattresses, carpets, matting, etc. We  will be pleased to show them.  FURNITURE DEALERS,  ENDERBY, B.C.  p������������������1WM  UNDERTAKERS  CABINET    MAKER  UPHOLSTERERS  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  Always   in   stock   and   guaranteed  first quality  VIOLINS,    MANDOLINS,  GUITARS,   BANJOS,  ZITHERS,  MANDOLIN  BANJOS  Little made-his explanations of \TX Xy7���������������������������\, K Was the- intention  the vital .points in connection with C^1* al* *inds, of farm Produce",  ^ n    '.l.       :     . ,.      fri������������������ts,    vegetables, .field   truck,',hay  the proposed organization very,' clear  so as to avoid misunderstanding. He"  reported -the   favorable' consideration  of the pooling .policy .adopted'by the  convention-..'and   urged   as, the basic:  principle ."of "the organization.  -These  poolsj'-'he'-explained, are made 'weekly,  or.'oftener   if. desired,   and-it is optional with the grower' if his Jniit or  other produce is included in the pool.  One may' go into it, or stay but, as  he*   chooses. - Pooling   had proved" to  be the most ..workable scheme /and the"  most satisfactory, to all concerned in  the ".districts* on the other side Vhere  pooling was" done.'        ,  - Following- Mr. Little's report, Mr.  R. Robertson, "organizer of all the  associations in the Okanagan, took  the -floor.      Mr.  driven up from "Kelowna, where-he  had spent two of three days completing the- organization. He reported  most exceptionally progress in organizing at the several points.     At Ver-5  and grain.     There, had been shipped  into the Valley   the' past year."more,  than -three' times" as much-hay as had  ���������������������������-been grown here, and it was predicted"  that-the. requirements-of the opening  season-would be-fab in.-excess;of> last,  year's.^. , ?he ~local   associations  in  the southern 'end-of" the :Valley were  endeavoring.', Jo    get'"hay,. from' this  section; and'were looking:to Enderby  and Mara,   to. supply ',their requirements, in this direction!  Referring to the contract, Mr.  Robertson said it had. been "drawn-up  .on the lines of the contracts in existence,- and which have'worked so  well, at Wenatchee,. Yakima, and in  California, and was made binding up-1  on the part of   the  Always up-to-date   in   EDISON  PHONOGRAPHS, /and   Victor  Gramophones.   Blue Amberol Record Lists always complete  We have what you want in "Sewing Machine Supplies, Oil, Needles;"  -   .       -Belts,'etc. ," ' .   -','",���������������������������  We are'Agents for the WHITE  SEWING   MACHINE,  the best  that-1 money can buy/j     ��������������������������� '     '     v\-'/���������������������������  ���������������������������a  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  Agent also for Church and Parlor Organ*  Al.io Kire ami Life Insurance      '   '���������������������������   -  . Office in brick block opp. The Walker Press,  Enderby Agent--  . 'Jt  ���������������������������J-'  '���������������������������"s'-W  '^^'Xj-'SI  !u. y  /XX  .'.-*- yfi\  ..s-f-ivv.  Fire^ Life, Accidfeht  "^ \ l'. INSURANCE. AGENCIES -"'".  - - -  REAL ESTATE  ' ,,  .  ''���������������������������    J   .-     , Fruit-.Land   '-";,  -   ���������������������������    . -. ��������������������������� -'v    -Town L'oti  Hay Land  '-P-&M.  '.'.-f. " zZ-^^zz .-7 "f^f-p-p.* -.-^'i \''.y. ^yyjzyy',-^^Z\/-f^^.i  ' ?"The Liverpool & Londori'&'Globe lns'."Co/'^r^li:^i93?5  - The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London. Z/ --;'���������������������������"��������������������������� \Zji~- -t-'/Zy-"^,  '- London -Lancashire FirejIns"urance'~Co/r.-Cl'v/r-/i'^,;:J^'3  Royal InsuranceCo.,of Liverpool (Life deptry/Z.'/���������������������������//������������������/&?,  .-The'London" & Lancashire Guaranteed" Jf- '*'Z.'Z-Zy 'J^^.,  ��������������������������� Accident Co.,'of Canada.-";., _-.,,-���������������������������-'  " '"   BELL BLOCK,'  ENDERBY-  J-Z?Si.r'\    i������������������������������������-9-|  ���������������������������,-' if   - > =.-sO> L  jv/yvu  SAW'WOOD  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  lATENTS  vv..������������������  Trade Marks  Designs  ��������������������������� Copyrights Ac.  Anyone sending a Bitot oh and description may  nulclcly Hscortiiln our opinion froo whutlior an  Invention It probnbly puiontahlo. Coiiiiniinlr.i.  tlonaBtrlctlycotiihJontlnl. HANDBOOK on I'ntouti  sunt froo. Oldest Ifuoncy fornouurliiKPulonlii.  Pal un ts tnkon throueh Munn & Co. roculve  special notice, wlihoutclmriro, luthc  Scientific American.  A ImndBoniDly lllimtratpd weekly. Lnrncut circulation ot any srluntlilu Journal. Terms tor  Canada, $!).75 a year, jiostdgo piopald. Sold by  all newsdealers.  ...... I Co.36,Broad^New YorS  Braucb Omco. C25 F 8U Washluutoti, IJ. <;.  t>^ l       x. *  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� l ' ""��������������������������� grower, ,the" local  Robertson had just union and the Central Selling. Agency  even going so far as to'make it possible for, the local to go onto -.the  land and take- the crop of a grower  who was not disposed'to-treat-the  jtacal association squarely.     He said  ta������������������ken hnld0nf H ������������������rg?niZati������������������n * be!ng ifc "������������������* - document thatleft no open-  taken hold of by every grower, and aing forthe man who was disposed to  splendid feeling has taken hold of the go back on his word. The duration  fruit men there. They see in the or-!of all contracts is from th st of  ganization the salvation of the fruit;March to the 30th    of   April of each  ^^y.,,.and,,a^ standing^ogethe^ea^though^they^u^i^pe^  as one man in their loyalty to the | unless notice to the contrary is given  organization realizing that the in writing at least twenty days be-  growers M the Valley are now. facing fore expiry, and the contract re, liLs  Campers and  Pleasure Parties  I am inaugurating a regular service for the summer months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sunday morning, or as otherwise re-  ���������������������������liiired, from Cottonwood Point to  the Mill Warehouse, furnishing my  gasoline launch or row boats as may  be desired, by the trip, hour, day,  veek or month, to all the fishing  places on the lake and the camping  srounds. Prices reasonable for good  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  a crisis and must meet it,- determined  to win out. At Kelowna, Summer-  land, Penticton, Armstrong and Salmon Arm, the growers are quite as  much in earnest, and there was now  no question of the success of the organization."  At Vernon    390    shares   have been  subscribed to,  at   $100 per share; at  Kelowna   tlie   shares    taken  number  between 600   and   700.     At Summer-  land,-Penticton, Armstrong and  Salmon Arm    the    growers are quite as  unanimous    in    their support of the  proposition.       At   most of these assembling points the shares have been  placed at $100, 20   per cent of which  amount,    or $20    per share, is to be  paid on signing   up.   The balance of  the $100 per share will be paid up in  20 years, a small   amount each year,  and will be   set   aside   as a sinking  fund out of    which    the Government  will be   paid   back    the amounts of  money   advanced    to     the     growers  through   their    organization   for the  erection of buildings,    etc., provided,  of course, the local organizations and  the  Central. Selling    Agency do not  make sufficient profit out of the sales  for the seasons   to    pay   the 80 per  cent or such    other   amount as. may  be   borrowed    by    the   organizations  from the Provincial Government.,  Mr. Robertson said, he believed the  that all fruit and vegetables grown  for sale by the signer shall be marketed through the Association. While  the contract is a hard and fast document, Mr. Robertson said positively  * that_no_man .need be .afraid_of_it-wh6-  Do not fret "about" the gossips  Who are busy day and "night    '   "  [Tugging at the reputations   '"    -   '-  Of most every one in -sight. ���������������������������  Go .along about, your business,"  That is more than-they can'do.  If they had one would they bother  _  - With a~ modest worm like you ?  Let them sit around and tattle  While you saw a load of wood,  All their talk will bring them'nothing  - You'll be that much to the good.  Let 'em shake their heads and mutter  That you have a checkered past,  was prepared to act fairly and honestly by the local association.  The basic principle of all contracts  ���������������������������is absolute honesty between grower  and the association, and between  the association and Central.  Payments are to be made every 15  days by Central to the associations.  After every point had  been cleared  up to the satisfaction of all present,  it was decided    to -incorporate,' and  Mr. S. Teece was elected secretary to  get the required incorporation papers  through.     The    first thing necessary  will be to   get   the signatures of 25  growers who will go on the application    for    incorporation.     This    will  then  be   applied    for,    and  when  secured organization will be completed.  Mr.   Chas.    W.    Little    was elected  to represent the local association, to  be   known    as      the     Enderby-Mara  Growers Union,  on the committee of  management of   the    Central  Selling  Agency,    and    Mr.    Lawes   and  Mr.  Davis were named a committee to assist the secretary in   getting'the in-  cprporation    papers   through.    When j  this is. done a meeting will be,called  Tf you keep on slowly plugging  You will see who'll-laugh at last.  All the gossips in creation  Cannot keep a fellow down  Who will tend right to his knitting  And will smile tho' they may Trown  Por the world will never judge him  By the idle critic's view,  'Jt_.wlH_rathcr_take._his. measure '.  From the things that he can do.  Therefore, do not be downhearted  If you hear that Mrs. Brown  Has been telling all about you  To the gossips of the town.  Though she gets into the record  Deeds that didn't quite occur,  Be so busy with your business  You will have no time for her.  ���������������������������Fixchingc.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights Iof the" Dominion-  in Manitoba", Saskatchewan' and'A1-.  berta, -the - Yukon - ^.Territory,- -.thi ;  Northwest Territories and- a:portioD  of the province of British. Columbia,,1  may be" leased for "a term* of twenty-,  one-years at an annual rental,of. $1 !-  an acre. Not more shan-2,560 acres f  will be leased to one applicant.-   . -,--  Application,   for "a. lease must be^  made, by the    applicant in person to ���������������������������  the Agent   or    sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated-T-^*"-^-1-' ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������. ��������������������������� '-..��������������������������� * * ���������������������������  *- ������������������������������������������������������  "������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������; --���������������������������-' ���������������������������' '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  -.'ry  . -uC4' I  locals would make more than enough to finish organization.  SUMMERLAND  FRUIT  CANNERY  The question of   how to dispose of  the over-ripe soft   fruits and surplus  stock, as well as late tomatoes,  has  been a   diflicult    problem for our or-  chardists,  says   the Summerland  Review, and for some time negotiations  have been pending with the Dominion"  Canners,  Ltd.,  an  Eastern  Canadian  concern, operating nearly all the canneries of Ontario,  to operate also in  Summerland.       Two    representatives  were sent here to look over the district and its possibilities, and report  to the directors.       A very favorable  report was made,    and  the directors  voted fin    favor    of   establishing  at  Summerland.  In surveyed territory the land must  he described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections,, and in un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  <iot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty- - shall - be-paid -on--:the- merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating tho mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty therewn. .it 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  tho 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/CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  WHY NOT BUY  YOUR SETTING  HOME ?  EGGS AT  Pen 3 InyinprKt-niin, pcdiirrcw! nnd bred forM years  for pkks alonu, $5,000: Mothers of the contest  pullets now ut Victoria. Pen A, ten pullets, full  sisters to pen in contest, $-1.00 per set. Pen 5  ordinary, *2,00per HettinK. Order early, inquiries  cominar by every mail.  H. E. WABY. BNDERKY, 13. C. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  May 22, 1913  UP to and including June 31st, we will allow a special  advance subscription rate of $1.50 per year to all  subscribers who bring any arrears up to date, and pay for  the year in advance.  All arrears must be paid at the regular rate of $2.00  per year; the $1.50 rate applying only on the advance  year subscription. Don't delay. Act now. You will save  50 cents. Any subscriber paid up may advance his or hei'  subscription one year from date of expiry at the $1.50 rate.  THE   WALKER   PRESS  Enderby. B. C.  11 ii  Send vour orders for  To  WISDOM'S  "wonderfulV'  '.'"WATERS  Free' delivery  ARMSTRONG.  ^SS^SS^^I^B^Skt^SSaS^SmS^S^XfS^^ r-  FRUITS & LUNCH  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������!��������������������������� i���������������������������iniinMW   Miiiiiiinwwnrn-i���������������������������rrmr nrm m 1 1 ��������������������������� m���������������������������nm ��������������������������� w  GOODS   IOR    M A Y   2 1 T i-i  We have a very complete supply of fresh fruits and  delicacies   for   Victoria   Day   Lunches. '  -Let us supply your wants!  Also   BUNTING    for    Decorative    Purposes  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B. C.  ,iiiiwii<miwirgii  w������������������r������������������aiM������������������wnr_^.-iiiw������������������TT_t_Mt^������������������-F__^_g^m<ra*w*;i*wK  The "Oliver Ty  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.  ACKNTK  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  WHERE  UNITY COUNTS  The past twenty days have awakened Vernon to an activity which  augurs well for the future. The sound  of saw and hammer, chisel'and mallet on tlie many new buildings spring-  C.  SQUADRON   ORDERS  The Enderby Troop of C. Squadron  30th B. C. Horse, will parade at 11  a. m., May 24th, at the armory,  mounted; dress review, with rifles.  The 0. C. hopes that every man will  ing up arc outward and visible signs, .make a special effort to turn out on  Quietly an'd    effectively  an  organized  that day.  E.C.J.L.   HENNIKER,  Capt.  Acting O.C.  SCOUT ORDERS FOR MAY 24  working plan has boen evolved to  give the city and district such effective advertising as will make the  United States, Great Britain and the  Prairie Provinces aware of the unsurpassed resources and climate of Turn ol,t at U:30, nt City Hft11!  Vernon to give abundant supply andifu11 (1rcss; s^'os; troop colors  support to workers in all lines, rich (Sreen): fi��������������������������� brigade also turn out,  returns to investors, and diversion to n0 staves. Scouts entering wheel  the tourist. With this systematic! competition, leave machines at thc  effort to proclaim  the advantages 0f; grounds not later than 11:30 a.m.  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  ' . 3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  WANTED���������������������������Two six-weeks old blood  sows, one setting turkey eggs, 12  pullets (Barred Rocks preferred) or  others.  Apply,   Jas. Crosslc,  Annis.  WANTED���������������������������Immediately;    young    pigs  or calves.     A. V. Evans.  SCOUT  ORDERS  Vernon there has also come a closer  co-operation  of    all    interests  which  must be maintained in every part of  the city and suburb for the campaign  rests on the "unity and helpfulness of     First   Enderby   Troop Boy Scouts  all kinds and conditions of men,  "all ;effective May lst.      Assistant -Scout-  for one,    and    one   for all."-Vernon  m{������������������stcr F> R   Prince ig inted ad_  News.  By order-  G. G.  CAMPBELL,  Scoutmaster.  BLUE AMBEROLS FOR MAY  The Enderby   Music Store is in receipt of the   latest monthly issue of  jutant of the troop.  G.  G.  CAMPBELL,   S.M.  BALED HAY FOR SAVLE-?1G per ton  at barn. W. D. George, Rivermead  Ranch,  Grindrod. 2t  COTTAGE on Knight 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.  Robert Burns,  a * lumber  jack,  was  run  over by a train between Castle-  WANT MORE  OF DIAZ  Edison Blue Amberol records, and on|Sar and Trail>    on   Monday,  and  in-  Saturday   evening    will   give    a free | stfUltly  killed.    He    was  sleeping  on  concert to    all   wishinir    to   attend,  tlie track.  alter the day's celebration.     The list  for May includes   many of the favorites in grand opera: Cavalleria Rusti-  cana,   LaTraviata,    Lucia, ,-etc; also  the  finest in    concert   selections  and  a long   list   of   popular   music    and  song.  ENDERBY   DRILL HALL  A letter received by the local Conservative   Association    from the De-  A delegation is "in Spain, from the  City of Mexico,'- making an effort to  induce' the ex-president, Porfirio Diaz  to return to Mexico and undertake  the government of the country.  FOR SALE���������������������������Baled timothy ancl clover- hay. Apply, Gelling, Grand  Bend Farm, Enderby.  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Gardener, landscape and  jobbing gardener.  FOR SALE���������������������������Team of bay mares, well  matched, weighing 3400; 4 & 5 years  old; sound ancl well broken; also  wagons and harness. H. F. Flewwelling, Enderby.  Eighty-five    per    cent of.headaches  are the result of eye-strain, so if you  are "troubled that way do not fail to  partment of Militia,   states that the consult Dr. S. L.    Taube, at Reeves'  Minister was pleased to receive the  deed of the Drill Hall site in -Enderby forwarded some weeks ago from  Mr. F. H. Barnes, and that he is  having a report on the site sforwarded  '.-by the departmental .engineers, upon  receipt of which ..final action will be  taken. ** "-" '   ���������������������������-  Drug Store on Friday, May 23rd.  CARD OF THANKS . ���������������������������  I take this means ��������������������������� of thanking the  citizens of Enderby, and my fellow  workers in the mill for their sympathy, and -kindness.in this'hour of bereavement. ,''     ".CARL   JOHNSON.  ipiing Toppers  For  FOR SALE���������������������������75    acres '.farm    land;  6  acres    cleared    and   ready0to crop;  nice clay   loam    suitable.for  fruit;   ������������������  easily  cleared;  good  pasture;  small    -  house; clearing fenced, posts & wire;  situated   3    miles    from    Enderby,   '-  about same distance from proposed  C. N. R.R.   For   prices   and terms  see or write  owner,      I-I. F. Flewwelling, Box 34,  Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������Rough and - dimension  lumber. At mill 0r delivered. .A.  Tomkinson, Enderby."  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 allele-,"  - siring her services.  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed .her  dressmaking parlors to the Matthews house, on Cliff Sti, west of  George. ' -  TraE woolens of wonderful weaves,  that go into these spring  toppers, come from the most famous  mills in the world.  Brain-trained shapers of cloth then  mould them into the perfectly fitting  garments that the best dressed men  in every town and city in Canada  are wearing this spring.  Some double breasted styles,  Chesterfields, button through, and  slightly flaring skirt effect.    Close  conforming natural shoulders���������������������������  light weights in black and gray  Oxford, Cheviots, Vicuna cloths,  and tweed mixtures.  JOE LENTO���������������������������Blanchard & English  Block, Enderby���������������������������Cleaning & Pressing;    also    repairing.     Guitar  and  . Mandoline lessons will be given by  Geo. Clarke and Joe Lento, at pupil's home or at our placc of. business, Cliff St., next City Hall.    ,  forget to   order your  gre2ns,   strawberries,  and fruit Friday, as we  will be closed Saturday.  DILL BROS.  r.]?}7Mv?-J-nir( rfTV  NOTICE  $25 to $50  r  DILL   BROS.  The Made-KS-Heasure Clotlilers    enderby, b.c.  Sole Agency for Hobberlin Tailoring  NOTICE is hereby given that  meetings of the Provincial Agricultural Commission will be held  at the following places:���������������������������  Salmon Arm���������������������������May 27th, 10 a. m.  Enderby���������������������������May 28th/11:30 a. m.  Armstrong���������������������������May 29th, to a. m.  Vernon���������������������������May 30tti and 31st, 10 a. m.  Kelowna���������������������������June 2nd and 3rd, 10 a. m.  Summerlaml���������������������������June 4th, 10 a. m.  Penticton���������������������������June 5th, 10 a. m.  Keremeos-June6th, II a.m.  Rock Creek-June 7th, 9.30a.m.  Midway-June 7th, 2.30 p.m.  Grand Forks-June 9th, 2.30 p.m.  The Commission will hear evidence on all matters affecting  agricultural conditions in the  Province. All persons interested  are invited to be present.  W. H. Hayward, M.L.A.  Chairman.  C. B. Christensen, Secretary.


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