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 IX.  ������������������*���������������������������**������������������ -^  Enderby, B.C., June 19, 1913  AND  W   A   I    f   P  t ������������������        A^L      i~.      *.TL      M-t  W EEKLY  Vol. 6; No. 16; Whole No. 276  Happening's About Town Briefly Told of More than Local Interest  RUSSELL���������������������������RUTTAN  A pretty, wedding was solemnized  at the" Presbyterian church' last  Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock, by  which Miss Mary Ethel, daughter of  our esteemed townspeople, Mayor and  Mrs. J. L. "Ruttan, became the bride  of Mr. W. A.4.Russell, The Rev. Mr.  Peacock officiating. '    .  .  The Girls' Guild, of which Miss  Ruttan has been a very active mem-  ." ber, took entire charge, of the church  decorations. The workrwas exquisitely carried out, and consisted of  white" and pink flowers, daintly interwoven with green foliage. - .  ��������������������������� The bride, was escorted to the altar  by her father, to th'e sweet strains of  - the Bridal    Chorus    from Lohengrin,  .played- by^Mr. Chapman:     Little Miss  Joyce followed as 'flower girl and th'e  Misses-Mabel   and Mildred,' sisters . of  the .bride, ;asJ, bridesmaids.  'Mr. E.  -^Cfute,"; of- New -./Westminster,- an.old-  -���������������������������_ftime friend of-"the .groom, acted .as  " ��������������������������� groomsman.    -The bride"-was daintily  ,*, .attired ^in-. a   'gown- of ivory-satin.  "  -trimmed' -with-' guipure   -lace" \ and;  beaded.      She���������������������������wore . a bridal wreath  of   orange' , blossoms   and  .carried a  ���������������������������" bouquet of .white,- roses. .   The bridesmaids''were decked;-one in-pink voil  and .the other in pale "green'silk', and  wore    irrost    becoming   black .picture  - hats, each carrying huge bouquets of  **.' pink, and "white carnations. -.   ---  After,,the simple "marriage service,  Mendelssohn's    Wedding   March came  from the organ ancl the bridal party  "    adjourned to qthe    home of'Mr.. and  . "Mrs.-"Ruttan,    close _ by,  where the  'bridal-luncheon was served*. "    '  A large number   -of-costly presents  - -\vere received by   the bride,  showing  the high esteem   in which the young  ��������������������������� couple are" held by" their many friends  of Enderby.       The   "groom's present  to the    bridesmaids    was a pearl pin  ager, Mr. Robertson. If the growers of this district are to take advantage of the opportunity now ofler-"  ing, and thus become a part of the  combined organization^ it is up to  them to get busy. , If they .do not  do their part they cannot hope the"  United organization will alter any  plans to take care" of anything offering from this district after the season's operations "are under way.  LOCAL   SCREANINGS  COMING TO HIM !  1=3 tti /-Inn I JX *li~.*l~.1 t. Ar] *_ XL  .        1 _ i-J_ _.         e   Constable' Bailey played into a big  piece of luck this week. 'On Monday,  evening he was handed a.letter written by L. H. Bonner, of.Annis, telling him to be on the look out for a  man who had broken into Bonner's  cabin on .Canoe Creek, and was helping, himself to the contents when his-  son^returned to the.cabin just'.home  from the-B. Cy Horse- encampment.  The man escaped out-of the cabin-pn*  the .approach "of young' Bonner." The  latter gave "chase" and" threw*" a ..piece  "of wood at the fleeing culprit,"striking him "over -'the shoulders'just" as  he was-getting-.under , cover of," the  woodsf ' A .fairly .good description of  the man was given. Z-. [  r   ]V. ���������������������������  _ Tuesday morning -before "the^Constable was out "of bed a mah called  at the Bailey.*-home and asked Mr.  Bailey for breakfast. -He" was told  that the kettle was Jhot boiling yet,  and, went 'across' the -street to the  old farmer's- exchange "building and  laid down " upon- the platform "to'  sleep. . _Mr. Bailey" was' not' pleased  with .the appearance-"of the man, and  before leaving for work-told the.Con-  stable^he had better .make tiim'move  on before leaving home to take up  his police duties. "Bob" was on the  job in a moment. Walking over to  the man he .wakened him and asked  him a few questions.   He quickly dis-  Mrs. Russ. Thompson and child, of  New Denver, are visiting Mrs. P.D.  Ahier, Mara.  Mrs.- Clarence Fravel left on an extended visit at her home, Buffalo, N.  Y., this week,.  Miss Mclntyre and-neice, of Revelstoke, spent a few days with Enderby  friends this week.    -.  The picture shows at - the Opera  House are of a "ve^y interesting character this week. ��������������������������� u  The Girls' Guild is-planning to give  a garden'party-in,-the near future.  Watch for date and places  Miss Ethel, Wigston, after a,visit  with- Enderby - friends,.- left for- her  home', Whitby,'Ont:/on Monday. -  . A' meeting "of- the - local organization of Boy-Scouts,1' is, called for this  (Thursday) .evening,-fat,the City Hall'  ait 8 o'clock, /j .y//- ,  XZ-���������������������������'���������������������������'  -:_Miss.f-Edith' Shannon,, who has been  visiting friends,-in4,Enderby .the/rpast  few weeks,-" will .leave for' her New���������������������������  Denver home "to-day." - _-. ' -���������������������������. . ->-,  : 'Mr/"E/ R. -/ Pjlly',''.' of '"the "Bank"of  Montrealz staff;',' New..".Westminster,  spent a'*few, J days -with Enderby  friends'the past week. ."-_,, Z;\ -.  j'.The-" rains.-' of ;- the���������������������������- past - week, have,  meant thousands, ofi dollars ."to the  hay -men, and they- all are wearing' a  smile'that is mellow and bland.���������������������������-  F. .Hassard is-' installing ' an electrical- power - and    lighting- plant -on  We are in receipt of a card from  George Frederick Keyes, under date  of June 10th, stating that he just  arrived and was taking-up his resi:  deuce with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.  George A..Keyes, Kentwood, La., and  would take a hand with the general  manager, of the Kentwood & Eastern  Railway  Company. \  Felicitations!  The coroner's jury at the inq,uest on  the body of the late-Mr.-Sol."Oppenheimer, of Vancouver, who was killed  in an auto accident," last week,near  Kamloops, found' that the accident  was due-to "the. overturning of the  automobile. The * "condition - of the  road caused Mr. Jackson to lose control of the car, ".when a tire-blew- out,  but Mr. ." Jackson' was -held ��������������������������� to betJin  no way. to'blame. --:' / .  - The.Okanagan-Saw Mills made the_  record vcut'- "on _, Tuesday.- In-a "ten-  hour shift 138",p00" feet*-ofrwhite 'pine'  came :irom "-thei .saws, y3 The..mill _is  running" as' smoothly as, a -well-regu-.  lated "clock",' and'-.the putput this'season is;,the- finest ^gfade^ of ;lumber the  mill: lias yet*' - produced: ^ , There was  danger-felt-, last '-week-that the, high  4 -i        - > --      J  water .was" going to/cause a- temporary f'shut-dow"n, but - Jthis^ possibility  is how;, over,'-'and .Manager; Stevens^  anticipates a very'," large season's" output." , ' ^ ^ _- : . '''-.������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� It is said by those who know #that'  a dyke on-the .west bank oj the river  at a low point riot more than 60- or  LEAVING  FOR  THE" COAST  Rev. and Mrs.   M. F.  Hilton, leave  this. week for   the coast.     Their removal from Enderby will be. deplored  by many, friends who; have found thenf *  staunch and_ true in all things mak:  ing - for progress    and better citizenship, and a broader    community life.    **  In'their' departure   they carry with  them'the esteem and "appreciation of  :  all who , knew  .them   and measured'  *-  their work  by   the   standard  of  ac-   /  complishment.��������������������������� _;  And   all    wiU'wish "���������������������������  them" the   truest ' success and happi-/  ness' in their new field-of-labor;        '���������������������������-'���������������������������  Their' removal from Enderby .is the'  final result of the finding of,the jury '"  in! the libel action   institutedJb"y P.";.  W.   Chapman,    whose ' suit1' forj $500(H���������������������������.  damages'resulted-'in J>d "verdict of $1-;'  and.costs' in his.favor.-j, It is one";of���������������������������-"-  the "deplorable .things, about this~case?--',-  th'at='asc' the*- "result"'. 'of -this^clecision-^"���������������������������  Mr;."': Hilton's-j.'meansi/oi/ilivelihood-is^  taken from,-him.:- .There'was'jbutTonelC  thing .left for, him\to/dpi'at5thy'*con������������������5:'"  elusion "of the" trial -and"that-;was 'to -'J-  tiarid'-in' his-resignation*as 'a^pas'tor, '"  and'this";-"resignation' had.".torbe^ac:I-"J'  cepted"by,;the. Bishop/ -Neither Mr'./,  Hilton', nor   the ' Bishop" had any 6o'-f\;  tioniiii_ the.matter"   ~',7- X-7.-X 'X--':.  '>.Rev;-Mr. Hilton will .be particular- .<  ly remembered for, the "great work'lie '"  has  done "in connection'with'the es-'j",  tablish'ment   here--of the "Boy  Scout"-.:-  "troop. n - To  "his - untiring 'zeal and-.-"  v ��������������������������� ~yf  ,"   ^1 Xf'd  yy y.;-H\  -z=\<f iy&\  Tj-?' rrppi^C"'--.'-^'!  f .* 'x-jK ." -  '-���������������������������:   p-Vrf,-!  y/Jy  j "a '- -r-.  '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������y&^.vl  1  -"'4  ���������������������������-VS.  - ll  -  y  'A  -  *'X-  i   _>-fp ���������������������������',  his farm near town.     He is. building 70; feet' in- width,\and "only a few feet" self-sacrificing' work in the. beginning'         '   " '"       " in heighth"  would -prevent the back  of    tlie' organization   is-largely due"  pen. r '  Mr. and Mrs. Russell left on the  afternoon train for Edmonton. They  will spend a month at Banff before  taking up their home at-Rcdcliff, Alt.  < A. .Idrgc crowd gathered at the train  to bid them farewell and to wish  them the richest of life's blessings".  PRODUCERS ORGANIZING  The farmers and fruit growers of  the Enderby-Mara district are apparently slow to realize the importance of their organizing as a part of  ' the Okanagan United Growers���������������������������the  Central Selling Agency���������������������������which the  Government is making such earnest  efforts to place upon its feet. A  meeting of those growers who have  taken the lead in an effort to' organize here was held in the City Hall  on Monday, and it was decided to  make one last effort to get the local  growers into line. The result of  this effort will probably not be made  known for another week.  It seems to be the misfortune of  the growers of this district to hold  back and aloof from anything that  looks like combined effort until other  districts have forged ahead under cooperative effort    ancl -taken the lead.  It is most important at this time  for all to pull together. It is the  only way our growers will ever get  the recognition they are entitled to  receive. Every other producing  point in the Valley has organized,  and the plans   for   handling the sea-  vidual described in the letter from  Annis. He had walked in from Salmon Arm during the night, arriving  at 4 o'clock. .He went direct to the  home of Constable Bailey and asked  for breakfast. Officer Bailey, walked  him to the lock-up and gave him his  breakfast. Then he phoned to Kamloops. 4 He was ordered to hold the  rhariT"  It appears the man was let out of  jail in Vancouver on May 15th. He  is wanted at Fernie and Kamloops  to answer charges of a similar character as that from Annis.  Constable Coltar came in from  Kamloops Wednesday morning and  took the man, who gave thc name of  John Waters, to Kamloops on the  afternoon train.  NO  ARMSTRONG    CELEBRATION  The Armstrong Sports Committee  beg to inform the public that owing  to the fact that good attractions  could not be secured this year for  July lst, they have decided to cancel the day and no celebration will  be" held. It is unfortunate that arrangements that had been made for  splendid attractions were cancelled  and the Committee decided that they  would not put on a day at all  rather than put on a poor one. Next  year a bigger and better day than  ever will be put on.  Armstrong   Sports  Committee.  Armstrong,  June 14th, 1913.  a concrete-building for the plant.  Mr. H. .,M. Mills, . of " Vancouver,  after a? few days' visit_ with his brother, Mr.' Mills, of the Bank of Montreal staff, has returned to the coast.  If any ratepayer desires to take  advantage of the reduced rate of  taxes, he will have to pay his taxes  before the expiration of the present  month..      - .   We will pay 35c a dozen for strictly  son's crop are being laid by the man- fresh eggs.     Dill Brosi.  "The Beggar ' Prince" Opera Company gave a* performance at the  Opera House last night. The opera  was well rendered and greatly pleased  the audience.  All danger from high water seems  to have passed. The few. cold days  and nights at the close of the past  week sent the water in the river,  "down-more thaTf a" foot"."  Tho marriage of Miss Faith E.  Lewis to Mr. George B. Schmidt, is  announced, at Chcmnhuis, B.C., Mny  31st. Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt w'.U be  at home after July lst.  Miss Addic Faulkner left on Monday for Hartland, N. B., where fJic  will spend the summer months, going  thence to New York where she contemplates spending n year.  Salmon Arm is preparing to have a  big day of sports on Dominion Day.  Enderby baseball team, and the Enderby Scout team are both billed as  part of the attractions. A big list  ^ of prizes will be given for field sport  contests.  An error was made last week in  stating that Messrs. Crewman &  Davis represented the plaintiff in the  case of Chapman vs. Hilton. Mr.  Crossman alone handled the case, no  partnership existing between he and  Mr. Davis.  Mr. Geo. R. Lawes complains of  tho ruthless destruction of young  trees by boys tramping through his  hillside property, and the Police  Commissioners wish to warn parents  of the possible consequences of this  trespassing by the children.  water from the river flooding the  Teece, Sharpe "arid" Strickland meadows and tlie annual- washing out of  the East Salmon-Arm road between  the city limits and the railway crossing. .If this is true,*it. would seem  to be good .business for the Provincial Government to have the dyking  attended to. It is estimated that  -the-cost=would=be=-=nc*i.v=more=than=  $500.-  Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans leit for*  the coast this week. They intended  spending a few days with friends at  Salmon Arm, going thence direct to  New Westminster, where they intend  to make their future home. Mr.  and Mrs. Evans have been numbered  with- our-most esteemed-residents- for-  sevcral years, and they will be much  missed in social and religious circles.  Mr. Evans served faithfully in the capacity of alderman for several terms,  and always exhibited a keen interest  in all matters relating to tho welfare  and advancement of the city. They  carry with them the esteem of all.  BUSINESS   NOTICE  I have stopped cutting lumber at  my Deep Creek mill for the 'imi.-'cr  season. Have some lumber n lnnd,  and will supply orders, as io:,-**; as it  lasts. I wish to thank patrons for  business given me, and to state that  am now taking orders for hay pressing.   Address, A. Tomkinson,   Enderby  the success* and permanence of the organization - in*   Enderby. '   His  work  .  in connection, with    the  Scouts .will-"-,  always be,, appreciated .by those who--.'  have watched the development of the  .,  troop. ���������������������������      . "   '      < .   -  o   ���������������������������f*^ y  In British Columbia lastyean the  total output in natural products was  $100,000,0001=���������������������������an(U=in^manufactured^=  products, $20,000,000. This means "a '  production per head for every man,  woman and child in the province of  over $300.  It is announced from Ottawa that  the Duke of Connaught will almost  certainly return in the autumn to  finish his term in Canada. '-   "  "We have-a" "complete"line""of"the"-"  most  delicious summer  drinks���������������������������grape  juice,  lime juice,  etc.   Dill Bros.  C.  Rutherford   added  materially to ,j  his  very complete   stock  of harness,  saddles, etc.,  this week.  Ask A. Reeves, the druggist, for  the best disinfectant for the house  and yard.  CITY OF ENDERBY  --'.tri  Police Notice to Parents  and Others  Complaint having been made to the  Board of Police. Commissioners of  numerous acts of trespass and wanton mischief committed by children,  notice is hereby given that entry,on  enclosed premises without permission  From this date until further notice!of the. owner   or    person    in charge  we will pay 35c a    dozen for strictly  fresh eggs.     Dill Bros.  The Enderby Bakery's soda fountain is a great sourc������������������ of attraction  these warm days, with thc ice, cream  ladle close at hand.  Leave your orders for preserving  strawberries. The choicest on the  market at the lowest market price.  Dill Bros, is the place.  thereof constitutes an act of trespass  and is contrary to law. Parents  and other persons having control of  children are requested to take notice  that they will be held responsible for  any further such acts of trespass or  mischief committed  by such children.  By order of the Board,  GRAHAM   ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  City Hall,  June 19tli, 1913. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday/June 19, 1915  Prevention  is better  than Cure  ������������������-���������������������������*.*..���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..  -������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  The free use of disinfectants  about the house and yard will  do much to prevent any sickness from spreading. Keep  in check thc measles, mumps  and whooping cough. Mild  though they be it is needless  to jeopardize the health of the  children when disinfectants  will prevent it".  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  every   Thursday-at  Ender-by, B.C. at  52 per year, by the Walker Press.  "������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������04������������������������������������������������������  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St.  Enilerby  Aivertising Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1 an inoh per month.  Li'Kiil Notices: 12c a line first insertion; Sc a line  each subsequent insertion.  RewlLca Notices and Locals: ine a line.  JUNE 19, 1913  A  RIDICULOUS  POSITION  PROFESSIONAL  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby. B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Oflice hours:    Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  Afternoon. 3 lo '1  Evening, 11:30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and Go jrso Sts. ENDERBy  T^NDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Foes, ������������������20 por week  Fees covering-ordinary illness, $2.50 per day.  END Eli BY. B.C.  ���������������������������   ���������������������������   SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby .Lodtru- -No. -40  Regular meetings firs-t  -.Thursday on or after Dig  lull moon at 81>. in. iu Od(K  fellows Hall, " Vibitilig  brethren cordially invfted.  E. BLA.VCIIARD   .  W. M. '    ".  WALTER ROBTNSON  Secretary  U. 0.0. F.  <HL  ...  Em-oka Lodge. No. 50  Meets every Tuesday  evening at 8 o'clock, i'n I. O.  O.F. hall, Metcalf block. " Visiting brothers always    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY.    N. G.  ���������������������������   ��������������������������� HOWARD LOGAN, V. G.  R. E. W HICK LEU, Secy,  J. H. G.4.YLORD, Trcus.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of T.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.  .Visitors Cordially invited to attend.  JOHN BURNIIAM.CC.  C. E.STRrCKLANIf), K.R.S.  T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable fnrConccrts, Danced and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  T. E. RODIE, Enderby  POLITICAL  4^I)ERBY^G01^SER]/:AaiI,Y-E^���������������������������  ���������������������������^ ASSOCIATION  J.  L. RUTTAN,  President.  IT.  M. WALKER  Secretary.  DOWNHAM &  GILDEMEESTER  CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS  ENDERBY, B.C.  It is diflicult to see what the partisan leaders in the Senate expected to  gain in killing the Borden Naval Aid  Bill.     It was   perfectly in order for  Sir Wilfrid Laurier,  as leader of the  Opposition    in    the    House,  to  stubbornly oppose   the    bill, although in  so doing he   each    day weakened his  position    before    the    country.      Sir  Wilfrid, does not stand as well before  the people   to-day    as he did  before  the Naval Aid    Bill    came up.   In a  great many ways he sounded  untrue  and  utterly,   failed    to   convince the  great people of the Dominion that he  was sincere in his  opposition.   However, all of this could have been overlooked if when   he and his followers  had done their duty; as His Majesty's  loyal Opposition,  he  had thrown upon  the Government the responsibility  of  passing  the    measure   and acquiesced in  the    rule   of    the majority.  After all,   Sir   Wilfrid is only  representing    a   discredited    party.     The  people are speaking through Mr. Borden,  not   through    Sir Wilfrid.     To  carry thc fight into the upper chamber and there knife the bill, does not  signify anything more than this, that  the Liberal politicians there voted to  kill it, and having    a majority, they  were'able to kill   it.     But note the  position   it    places    them   in:   These  Liberal   senators    were  appointed  by  Sir Wilfrid.    They   -were not elected  by the people; are not answerable to  tlie people; are not-representative, of  the people.       Most   of "them are "political discards���������������������������men    who have been  turned"down ���������������������������, by    the electorate and  for-having done yoeman party "service  have been appointed senators by the  party leader.     -They  represent a defeated   and    discredited    party,   since  their    leaders���������������������������the   men    who     gave  them  senatorial  seats, "have been  rejected by the people.  In view of this,  it is rather amusing to hear these professional politicians speaking    of   killing the naval  bill in the guise of "serving the public interest."     Do they suppose for a  moment that they deceive anyone by  this-palaver ?      If    thcy do Ihey do  not show that they have any conception of   the   public    mind.     It is  a  well-understood  fact that the  Senate  knifed the Naval Aid Bill in the hope  of forcing thc    Government to go to  the country on the issue.     What did  they hope   to    gain ?    Why some of  the professional politicians apparently believed   they    would   be    able to  undo the   expressed    will of thc clec-  torate and get hack into oflice again.  Antl~fgr tins reason Thcy~\7ere_willJng  to  embarrass   thc    Empire  and   dis-  Esti mates  and    drawings  submitted  cheerfully  Furniture   made   to  order  OtTiGG and Shop in Poison Block  On Cliff Street near George  credit the Dominion by refusing to  allow thc Government to give thc  needed aid to the naval arm of thc  nation. As a people, we glory in thc  attitude of the little Mala States in  coming forward with a single dreadnought, and are proud of what New  Zealand and Australia are-doing;-and  yet, when it comes to Canada doing  something, we have to acknowledge  before the world that wc have nothing to offer. And why ? ' Not because the people of the Dominion do  not wish to give; not because thc  Government representative of thc  people i.s not ' prepared to take up  and carry thc responsibility of giving  to the aid of the Motherland, but  because a majority of partisan senators desire to defeat thc Government  leader's Naval Aid Rill.  What a delightful    position  for thc  Dominion to be placed in !  situation to the Senate's action in  killing the Naval Aid Bill. Repeating  the words of a well.known broker,  'there can be no doubt that the decline in the value of stocks has been  due in no small measure to the general disappointment and shock to the  national feeling at the rebuff which  trie Senate has given to Canadian  patriotism.'  "Be this as it may, it is a fact  that since the Senate's action, several important Canadian projects  that previously stood a good chance  of being floated in London, have been  turned down, to the surprise of the  promoters who had been given to understand that their successful flotation was assured.  "One  can    readily    understand  the  surprise that would be created in the  world's great financial  centre at the  refusal of the upper house of Canada  to aid the British navy by contributing  the three proposed  dreadnoughts  to the service.     We shall never know  thc feeling of disappointment and distrust it has caused throughout Great  Britain,  as it will be disguised there  as much as    possible.     Tho press of  England will    naturally refrain from  expressing its true    feelings and chagrin at    the   unfortunate rebuff that  has been given   to    Canadian imperialism.     And the pretense of the majority of  Senators,  that they turned  down the promised naval gift of the  Canadian House of Commons, merely  objecting to the form in which it was  proposed to be given, will deceive no  one.   a The truth    is that the Senate  has placed the people of Canada in a  false light, and delivered a blow7 that  is bound  to be    felt    in  more ways  than one."  Continuing the  discussion,   and  attempting to forecast the probable effect of the Senate's action upon the  general trade    conditions of Canada,  the Trade Bulletin says:.     "As England has decided    to make good the  cost of the three dreadnoughts which  the Government   and   people of Canada intended to give her; but which  gift has been withdrawn by a partisan and unpatriotic Senate, the $35,-  000,000 .can - now    be applied to the  home requirements    of .Canada in accordance with the    wishes of a body  of superannuated  politicians,  who in  no wise represent the electorate; but  who have chosen    to run counter to  the nation's will, and have misrepresented us in the eyes of the English  people and the    whole world.     That  the British Admiralty considered the  three dreadnoughts,    virtually promised by us,    as    necessary to the increase of the Empire's navy,  is" proven by the    fact    that England will  forthwith  build    the    three  warships  herself and    relieve    us   of the cost.  Thc money can now be-used for home  purposes,   whilst    we expect England  to give us the   same   measure of defence as    before,   running . into hundreds   of    millions    of    dollars.     It  places us in the humiliating position  of pretending to be brave before the  whole world, by proffering aid to the  British navy,   and    then at the last  Bank of Montreal  Capital, $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt.  President, R.  Established 1817  Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal Or. O. M-. Q.  3. Angus, Esq'.   Vice-Presiden' , 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 31st December/  .  NDERBY BRANCH - ������������������ A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  Finest in  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow, of Sandon  off his feet he, came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward.: In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowory's Ledge.)  moment, fearing the consequences of  a fight for the protection of the flag  beneath which we are supposed to  hold allegiance, withdrawing it. We  think the Senate might have saved  us this loss ol patriotic prestige' any  how."  Canada is nearly thirty times, as  large.ns Great ..Britain _and Ireland,  the total area of the Dominion being  2117,000 square miles less than that of  tho whole continent of Europe.  King Edward Hotel, L^mmY  Enderby  REAPING  THE  HARVEST  The Trade Bulletin, tho organ of  thc produce trade of Canada, published at .Montreal, says:  "The severe shrinkage in thc values  of Montreal securities on Monday,  was disastrous to many who several  weeks ago purchased pretty liberally  of Montreal and New York securities  believing that bedrock had been  reached. Not a few have attributed  thc loss of confidence in the financial  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My now booklet descriptive of the Mara District in now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara,B.C.  Fix up your House, Barn,  and=OutBuiIo!infs      ~  Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last :  No. 2, 2x4 - - - $13.00  ,, 4, Drop Siding - - 10.00  ��������������������������� 2    Lath ..._-_ _ per thousand _ 2.00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������d.rby  I  i  m  HI  )[  vr  vf  ' r.  -I  I,   ���������������������������   -M  -A  ���������������������������J  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;  h an acre of raspberries; small frame house containing four rooms;  stable, chicken house and other buildings; one team of horses, two  cows, wagon, harness, cultivato and other farm implements. The  whole as a going concern; $4,000, on terms.  85  garden;  some fruit  Enderby; price,  $65  acres with 6-roomed house; 12 acres cleared;  good  trees; good water; all good land   2_  miles from  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. Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Office Block, Enderby  Agent 0
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������iz8&3L&������������Mig_i ���������������������������' *������������������}1  Thursday, June 19, -19I3  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  *���������������������������< >i  y  FIRE   BLIGHT    APPEARS  Suddenly- and without warning,  says the Pc������������������ticton* Herald, the dreaded fire blight made its appearance in  orchards throughout the Okanagan  Valley this week, and although the  damage done to local trees is comparatively small as yet, it behooves  growers to   take   the utmost precaii-  ias to the exact    cause of the blight.  Fa good  many    were '-> of   the opinion  'that bees and    other   insects carried  it   from    one    orchard    to    another.  Some thought   that    with over irrigated    orc'Mrds,    which     made    the the     Fraser  shoots  very  tender,   and the growth League   and  i������������������l-i*,.l*H'Ei*l II: .- t. _.  council appeared   to agree with him  that no increase in population or in  wealth would better the municipality.  The  cause of   this    pronouncement  was the visit    of   a deputation from  Valley       Development  representatives   of   the  of the trees very rank indeed, that Chilliwack Board of Trade asking  the trees were more susceptible to the council to co-operate with other  the ravages of the dread disease.   It municipalities    and    boards  of trade  tions    in    clearing    this    destructive. ,ms been noticed that in one or two in   the    valley   'in   bringing     before  orchards that havo been neglected to monied  settlers   the" natural advant-  Enderby7 British Columbia  agent from the orchards at once.  Interviews secured by the Herald  representative from all prominent  fruit growers, and from .Mr. Kennedy  the government inspector of fruit  pests, show that the blight is confined to no particular district. Up to  the present the Jonathan and Spit-  zenburg apple trees are the only varieties affected, and as stone fruits  are particularly exempt, the owners  of  the latter   class    of orchards are  a great e.xtent there is an absence of  blight. This, however, is not applicable to  all.  Reports from Summerland and  other fruit-growing centres along the  lake also renort the presence of the  blight, and labor is at. a premium in  the earnest endeavor of the growers  to combat its ravages.  ages of the Valley,  PICTURES  WELL RECEIVED  congratulating  themselves  upon their j  possessions. '   The Petrosino pictures shown in the  The only recognized remedy for the Opera House Saturday night were  fire blight is the knife. Relentless the best ever shown here. The audi  pruning must be resorted to until all ence was large and most appreciative  the diseased shoots and limbs have and the pictures, fully sustained the  been .removed.. -��������������������������� The blight appears good words said of them by the ad-  first in the tender shoots and on the vance man. The story pictured un-  leaves. The latter wither, and a!folds the clever and daring work, of  black scabby spot appears upon the' Petrosino, the fearless detective of  shoot. The poison from this evi- j New York who Some years ago was  dently gets into the sap of the tree, i engaged in running down the infam-  for it spreads throughout the tree, 'ous Black Hand society. The pic-  working downward in the same man-' tures reveal the plots and counter-  ner as   blood   poisoning does in hu-' plots of the band and .the police, and  man beings.  Few of the gentlemen  whose views  were solicited on the question agreed  e?  ���������������������������EXTENSION OF TIME  The time for receiving tenders for  completion of the Jetty at Steveston  at mouth of Fraser.River, New Westminster, B. C, is hereby extended to  Wednesday, July 2,ol913.  By Order,  .������������������.    ... R. C.-DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  " ' Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, June 9, 1913  give a very instructive and intensely  realistic account of the secret work  of this society as then unearthed by  Petrosino. The picture play is one  of the best, not only in depicting the  daring of Petrocino, but in the other  reels shown with the big feature. All  were very clear and devoid of anything onjectionable to anyone.  HAVE ENOUGH SETTLERS  <The Chilliwack Municipal Council  have announced that they want no  publicity ancl no ��������������������������� new settlers for  that part of the Fraser River Valley.  The reeve figured that they would  not get a-cent more in taxes if" they  had double the population as only  the land is taxed, and the rest of the  IS IT WORTH WHILE ?  Is it   worth    while   that we jostle a  brother  Bearing his load on the rough road  of life ?  Is itVorth   while    that   we   jeer at  each other  In blackness of heart?���������������������������that we war  to the knife?  God pity us all in our pitiul strife.  God pity us   all    as    we jostle each  other;  God pardon us all in the triumphs  we feel  When   a   fellow    goes    down;     poor  heart-broken brother,  Pierced   to    the   heart;    words are  keener than steel,  And    mightier   far    for woe or for  weal.  We're it not    well   in this brief little  journey,  On over the isthmus, down into the  tide,  That we give him a fish instead of a  serpent,  Ere folding   th'e    hands    to be and  abide  For ever and aye in dust at his side.  Look at the roses saluting each other  Look at the herds all at peace on  the plain-  Man, and    man    only makes war o  his brother, .,  And dotes in his heart on his peril  and pain���������������������������  Shamed by the brutes that go down  on the plain.   ���������������������������Joaquin Miller.  "When    cooling   newly   baked'bread  cover it lightly with a clean cloth  Call  and  Us.  RENTS  INSURANCE  INVESTMENTS  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  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 in splen-  ���������������������������d'id condition for planting. -  An experienced  fruit grower is in charge and   will   give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar.     will be    planted   and cared for at a  moderate charge. -,nx.  '   160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lot3 y   now on the markst at   ?l<i>  per acre. '- ;  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Ofiico,  Enderby.  An  Opportunity far 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.pn_.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.        '..'J" ;���������������������������"...  ....    Apply���������������������������   .._.,_     '      '   .      . .....      ;..._.  -..-.  ~H. W.McCURDY, 503 Temple Building,.TORONTO  -������������������p3?S*SBS3^^  flBBK������������������gH6aba^  >^~^-rtf&&if&���������������������������ir-zi<:  Greatest Sale in the History of the Okanagan  Valley now on  ^gSgg^^g^l^S^^B^SSE^^gaS^^ESS  Bt^^^e^gmsSTSWt  o, sale has ,st started and yet the Goods ,e ?n, *J*^Z%������������������������������������i   ^ZRZZ.  The goods are the very best.       The Prices are Rock Botto,, and OUR SALE      GE* ^ ^^  bargain from the day the sale opened until it closes, SATURDAY, JULY27X^7^^^,������������������--������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  1 Cilia,    CLll   SlJhX-i&y   imk\J   Yf-^m    ww������������������������������������������������������.   ���������������������������~ ��������������������������� ~  - .  \  Planet Junior Cultivators, $4 each  Garden Swings, ?<1 each.  Builders'  Hardware,  25  per cent,  ol!  Graniteware, 25 per cent.  off.  Barb Wire, $3.75 per hundred pounds  Crockery and Lamps, 25 per cent oil  Wringers, 25 per cent oil  Silverware and Cutlery, 35 per cent. oil.  Maple Leaf, Prince Rupert and Atkins'  Saws at GSc per foot.  Sherwin-Williams Paints at $2.40 per gallon.  Waeer Motor Washing Machines, $13 to $1G.  8-point Shurley & Dcitrich hand saws, $1.65 each. '  Refrigerators,  .$8.50 to .$12.GO each; only a few left.  Oil  and Gasoline  Stoves AT COST-$G.r,0 to ������������������9.50.  Picks, Porks and Shovels, 25 per cent ofl.  Building Papers and Felt Roofings, 25 per cent of!  aEBB-jEBBBBaraggBEaa*^^ nnlI)n,���������������������������  nvqMRAT PRICES THAT   ARE LOWER  THOUSANDS  OF   SMALL  ARTICLES THAT ARE NEEDED IN EVERY HOME.     THESE ARE ALL ON SALE  THAN THEY CAN BE BOUGHT FROM ANY CATALOGUE HOUSE IN CANADA  Hand-power Washers, $9 to $12 each.  CLEVELAND BICYCLES,  $37 each.  Baby Carriages, $7.50 each.  Stoves and Ranges, 20 per cent off.  Axes and Handles, 25 per cent off.  One Cream Separator, $10.00.  14       Ull.  TERMS   OF   SALE   ARK   CASH  TpwrnfaMBaafl^^ 7  Thursday, June 19, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer    blocks,    cement ' brick,  lawn  vases,  peer   blocks,    chimney blocks  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  Enderby, B. C.  E. J, Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.    .  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Remedying Existing Evils in the  Present System of Egg Marketing  Auto for Hire  $ Prompt.attention to all customers  Land-seekers  ancl  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  OVER 66 YEARS  EXPERIENCE  i>  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  -Invention Is probably patentable.  Coinniiintro-  tions strictly coiiildeutial. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent fiee. Oldest iruoncy for securing patents.  Patonts taken through Munn & Co. receive  special notice, trithoufc charge, in the  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lamest circulation'ot any scientific journal." -Terms lor  Canada, $3.75 a year, postage-prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealers. ��������������������������� '���������������������������     '   -���������������������������  BlimN&Cb.3������������������,Broad^ New York  <-���������������������������, Brauch Offlco. 625 F St, Washington, D. C,  ers and-    v?  .     >���������������������������*.->  Pleasure Parties  -.''I am inatigufating a:'regular_service for the summer-months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sunday morning! or- as '.'otherwise re:  ��������������������������� qiiiredj - fronis Cottonwood Point to'  - the - Mill' Warehoused furnishing my  gasoline launch "or-row boats as ."may  be- desired, by the trip, hour, day,  week or . month, to . all - the fishing  places .on the lake and the camping  grounds. * Prices reasonable for good  service.     Address���������������������������  -������������������      -   :"  F. D. ABBOTT   .  '  /.,- Cottonwood Point.  =SHUSWAP-&-OK=ANAGAN^BRANCH=-  Daily trains both  ways from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South  .    North  bound  STATIONS             bound  read down  read up  10.20  (Lv)  Sisamous  Jet   (Ar) 17.35  10.51  .   Mara         ,         .16.50  11.05   - ~ Grindrod " 16.34  11.19  Enderby                   16.19  11.45  Armstrong                15.50  11.53  Realm         ,         15.42  12.03  Larkin                   15.30  12.30  '    Vernon                   15.05  12.50 (Ar)  Ok. Landing     (Lv) 14.50  H. W. BRODIE            JNO.BURNHAM  Gen. Pas. Agt.                     Agent  Vancouver                    Enderby  Norman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and all factory work. Rubberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. C. SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell Street  Enderby..  It is a matter of grave concern,  says the Montreal Trade Bulletin,  that the average commercial egg seen  on the markets of Canada is of such  poor quality. Much educational  work has been done by the Federal  and Provincial Governments with a  view to improve the quality of market eggs, but such work has been  largely ineffective because of the fact  that in the prevailing system of marketing, no premium has been placed  upon quality..  It has been pointed out repeatedly  that the "case-count" system of buying eggs has been largely the cause  of the general unsatisfactory condition of the trade. "    -  For many years, eggs  purchased by number without" regard  to quality. This/has been decidedly  unfair to the farmers and other producers who have taken pains to market good, clean, fresh eggs, and  through placing no premium on good  eggs the system referred to has really become an incentive to the continuance of careless and dilatory  methods. It has made possible the  disposal of eggs in all stages of decomposition and has - encouraged  farmers and local buyers to hold eggs  at certain seasons of the year when  they have no satisfactory places for  storing them.  It may have appeared to some that  the present, system is really advantageous to the   farmer in that he receives a fairly   good price per dozen j  for inferior eggs and for those which  areN entirely unfit   for food..  This is,  however, an erroneous impression,'for  the wholesale egg dealers know very  well-the extent    of the shrinkage at  certain seasons of the year, and their  practice."in    order to make good"the  absolute loss from .bad eggs and the  extra " expense " af   candling all their  receipts is simply to lower the price  to the farmer-and increase the-price  to-the .consumer.*-   J The -loss,- therefore, is borne -not by the dealer but  by the "producer,.and the-consumer.   '  -Government'   officials . have* pointed  out that while "the enormous loss and  shrinkage;.apparent in the" trade, and  the uncertain  'quality of eggs as re-  received by the consumer "was partly,  due to' carelessness'arid negligence���������������������������pn  the part,of   the   fanner, yet he was  not entirely-to blame.,  -The unsatisfactory condition of the trade is .the  fault of ther  system, ."rather than of  those - engaged in it.    ~    '-    ' " "      ~ i  Two methods   of. changing ;the system have been worked'out in a, number of ��������������������������� places.  ,   The   first   and the  most generally   adopted is known as  "loss-off"-buying,   -which consists of  making deductions from the sum1 to-  tai of receipts for eggs which.are bad'  and   unfit^   for   food. '    The second,  which.involves    the   grading of eggs  and is referred   to   as "quality payment,"  consists    of paying  for each  -separate"-^gra"de,:^a"ccording"^t'6=itsnre"ar  value.     In the latter system there is  constantly held out-to farmers some  effective   inducement   to produce- and  market eggs of thc highest quality.  "Quality payment" is certainly to  be preferred to "loss-off" buying, for  the reason that it places a premium  on the best quality of eggs. A premium-paid-to���������������������������the -farmer- for-eggs  that would grade new-laid as contrasted with those that fall into  lower grades, would be of the utmost  value in stimulating production and  improving the quality of eggs as they  leave the farm. * '  The results of a recent experiment  conducted by the Poultry Department  of the Ontario " Agricultural College  are quoted to show that it pays  dealers to pay a premium for high-  grade eggs.. Certain cases of eggs of  the very highest quality were put in  storage and held in comparison with  other cases of' the best eggs secured  from ordinary country receipts. The  difference in quality at the expiration of the cold storage period was  very marked, so much so that it  would at least have been more, profitable to purchase the best grade of  eggs used at twenty-eight cents per  dozen rather than average country  receipts at twenty-five cents.  The produce dealers of Ontario and  Quebec have an association, and  through this association they have  adopted three grades in purchasing  eggs, effective after the first of the  present month, viz:  New Laids���������������������������-Eggs which are sound  and sweet and not more than five  days old.  Firsts���������������������������Eggs which are sound and  sweet but having a limited shrinkage.  Seconds���������������������������Eggs of inferior quality  but not bad.  Members of the association have  agreed to purchase all eggs after  June lst, 1913, on a "Loss-off basis,'  that is, to pay nothing for bad eggs.  The attention of all those engaged  in the buying, selling and trading in  market eggs is directed to the clause  in the "Adulteration Act/'" which applies to the sale of rotten eggs:  'Clause (e).     If it consists wholly  or in part" of    a diseased or" decom-  have been posed or������������������putrid or rotten animal or  vegetable'   substance'   whether manufactured or not.  A penalty not exceeding $100 and  not less than $5 is imposed for each  offence against the Act.  The^ association offers these suggestions to the farmer in regard to the  production, and care of market eggs:  1. Feed the hens on clean, wholesome food and provide an abundance  of pure water in clean utensils.  2. Keep the poultry house-clean,  sanitary and free from vermin.'  3. Provide plenty of clean, dry  nests in darkened places. ,y  4. Gather eggs 'at least once a day  in cool weather and twice in hot or  wet weather.  5. Keep eggs in a cool dry. pla������������������e.  .6.   Cover eggs with a cloth to prevent fading: ..  7. Never keep eggs near kerosene,  onions, -fish or any other strong-  smelling substance; they readily "absorb odors. i.    '  8. Do not sell eggs known to be  bad or ,which have been in an incubator. ' It is dishonest. v , ���������������������������  9. "'Do - not wash eggs^  10. Use the'dirty; small, .very long  and grass-stained eggs at.home.    - '  ily Never expose eggs for market  to .direct" 'sunlight;*' rain -, "or - "to extreme "heat from 'any source." -'<--" -'" '-*  12,.- Remember^ that' eggs -are -perishable. \ ���������������������������   - : ��������������������������� ��������������������������� -t       ���������������������������'���������������������������.','  13/ Market'  eggs "as regularly and  frequently as'possible."V <   : t-     ���������������������������   \  14. "Secure suitable"crates for home  use "arid thus - prevent breakage' and  slight cracking1:   r; ,/%       . - '   7    SV  15. Kill off, dispose 'of, or get' rid  of' the -male birds* ..after the breeding  season.'-. Their presence in the" flock  after --June- 15th ;is costing Canadian  farmers a" million dollars each year  through the sale of partially-incu-1  bated eggs. .> > - '  It is] remarkable how "few"farmers  appreciate the importance of infertility in market eggs. ' To "make provision for the'infertility of an egg does  not necessarily guarantee the absolute preservation of its good quality;  but such an egg, being free of the  active germ cell,' will not; under ordinary storage    conditions,   deterior  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  'W1  'E are determined to give the people of  Enderby ancl District the best quality of  Household Furnishing- on the market, at live-  and-let-live   prices," and   solicit  your  patronage.  Come in and examine our stock of high-class furniture  bedsprings, mattresses, carpets, matting, etc.    We  will be pleased to show them.  FURNITURE DEALERS,  ENDERBY, B.C.  UNDERTAKERS  CABINET   MAKER  UPHOLSTERERS  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  You will find us in the BELL BLOCK  BUILDING,  up against Bob Peel and the  Drug Store.   :No room  to grow in our old  stand, and we are going to open^up  with   one   of the   new EDISON' DISK  MACHINES:;  Come and hear it ! . They, claim it to.be the best musical;;,  instrument in the7world..   ' v.     ,.'-:   ;     ������������������������������������������������������ \. "���������������������������'-"."���������������������������.'���������������������������- y$  ENDERBY   MUiSIC   STORE >  J EI GRANEi  *V3  Agent also for Church and Parlor Organs  Also Fire and Life Insurance  Office in brick block opp. The Walker Press  Enderby. Agent  , t -ys���������������������������.-teii-n  Fire; *-**^,  ;   iJ.z V    INSURANCE .AGENCIES:  REAL ESTATE,  ;.'���������������������������  '' ���������������������������_      * - '    Fruit Land  '.Town Lot*  Hay LanH  7K>������������������XSM  ?/^m������������������m\  jf ,���������������������������,,,   1," /l    "    ���������������������������  f +--**,!     ^.i*<������������������.*       ���������������������������-#'3i-  .V-T.The Liverpool & London'& Globe Ina..<to&iZ'-������������������J^---p������������������SSi  Zz. The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London"."-^IT-?"? >������������������"K^Kfe|  '^London-Lancashire Fire Insuran'ce5���������������������������C6. Z/'.j''Z,i'/irZZ/y~  "Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept/w'"' ^':  'f/-Thci London & Lancashire Guarantee.1:'i-������������������y*-*,~Z&-,  z~'  Z  'Accident Co.,'of Canada"."-?��������������������������� y -y~yJ'iZ:ifZ T^Jv&l  ���������������������������-' ' ���������������������������"- ���������������������������/.--.   - , \---z *'Z''-^jy/JF/i-X-yMA  ���������������������������   _ BELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY'-': :,-&>*��������������������������� ' -v;-Yf<M  ------      Hi -il  '"iS*1-!  SWAT.  Swat!    Swatl.   Swat!',.--  I'liough-the weaihei  be cold, or hot.  In ihe sun'or'the ram   -   "- "',"���������������������������  ' VoiT'mupt  Ii ii  "mi again.  iio Swatl " Swat!"  Swatl' \- ~    ,v  A  wiiack for <>acli sjprrn tip s got.  Thouijli'hp s only a My.  '������������������������������������������������������   Vou must  nelp iifni-tu die.   -'    *   -  So Swat!     Swat!  'Swatl'   ."   ;" '\  Swatl-   Swat!"   Swatl." , ..,..-     "   -  nil you've Killed nn- ,viioie nioomtn' lot  tie they Donne m  noihV.  Thev  have yei mr.  or course.      *  So Swat!     Swat!     Swatl  ate seriously.  No mallei   ;\'liat eifct? is ToikoI.  ^     Though llib oelKliliurt! be hounding   Aboui-all-ih i;-[>oiiiifiii i h-t���������������������������   .��������������������������� ���������������������������   Cypress or- Bnrninp;' Bush, for.  "surimer" and Tall effects." Vicks  AsPers, as advertised last week.  Lobelia and Pyrethruin for edging.  Velvet Trumpets ancl Star of the  Veldt for those hot sunny places.  A few thousand good big Celery  Plants cheap to white truck  growers. Phone 111  Alwyne Buckley  ARMSTRONG  Vou  must  Swat!     Swatl     Swatl  Swatl    Swatl     Swat!  Kojolce ul each one that you've got.  For  each Ily thin  vou kill  Makes some h.-icillus nil.  So Swatl    Swatl     Swat!  Some Fly Don'ts  SYNOPSISOF COAL MINING REGULATIONS i -.  , or- .-- ;      _-.    y-zy'. r     _..���������������������������_     .   : j'  ,./y  Coal mining rights'of-the Dominion^ '  in Manitoba,   "Saskatchewan"and Al-* ,  berta,.   the ,,Yukon     .Territory,   "-thi,,--,  Northwest Territories "arid a portion':^  of the province of British Columbia!;,-"  may be leased for a" term:of twenty-V Z  one-years at an- annual rental"of |l������������������T"  an "acre.*' Not more,than 2,560 acre's'1-,  will be leased to ono applicant.    ���������������������������_���������������������������"- v*  Application    for   a   lease must'^be;''  made- by the    applicant in person ,to \, '  the Agent   or    sub-Agent of the���������������������������dis-'V  trict in which rights applied for' are ]  situatedr ���������������������������-��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������*   -       ���������������������������-   ���������������������������    ��������������������������� -��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������r^fe  .-r-TtfJ  ��������������������������� - r.uJl  LADIES!  In the past it has been the hardest  thing to get enough Flowers,  Whether for Wedding Bouquets,  Dinner Favors, Sprays and Bouquets for dances, Cut Flowers for  Afternoon Teas and At Home  days, or Presentation Bouquets  for concerts, etc. Realizing this,  I have decided to supply this deficiency myself, and am now in a  position to take orders for any of  the  above   at   moderate   prices.  ELSIE MARY BUCKLEY  Tlie Greenhouses ARMSTRONG  DON'T allow flies in your  house  DON'T permit them near your  food, especially milk.  DON'T buy foodstuff where  flies are tolerated,  DON'T hove feeding placet  where flies can load themselves with dejections from typhoid  or dysenteric  patients.  DON'T allow your fruits and  confections to be exposed to the  swarms of flies.  DON'T let flies crawl over the  baby's mouth and swarm upon  the nipple of its nursing bottle.  SWAT   THE   FLY!  QLEANLINESS is next to godliness,  and  self  preservation  is tho first law of nature.   Therefore swat the flyl  In surveyed territory the land must-  be described   by    sections,   or   legal''-  sub-divisions of   sections, and in un-'  surveyed   territory   the tract applied;"  for shall be staked out by the appli--,  cant himself. '   -   '"  Bach   application   must be aceon������������������-"  panicd by a fee   for ������������������5 which will be"-  refunded if the rights applied for are  viot available, but not otherwise.   A <���������������������������  royalty! shall^Ibe- paid4=.on-_-the-mer-="  chantable output of the mine at the-.  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating tho mine shall.  furnish the Agent with swornreturns  accounting for   thc   full quantity  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 min-���������������������������  ing rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working, of-  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to thc Secretary of  thc 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.  CLEANING, PRESSING & REPAIR-  ing, plain sewing, dressmaking.Miss  Airth lias 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.  WHY NOT BUY  YOUR SETTING  HOME ?  EGGS AT  Pen 3 layinpr strain, pedigreed and bred for2-1 years  for egjrs alone, $5,000: Alothera of the contest  pullets now at Victoria. Pen A, ten pullets, full  Bintcrs to pen in contest, $4,00 per set. Pen 5,  ordinary, $2,00 per seUinf������������������. Order early, inquiries  comina* by every mall. J  H. E. WABY, ENDERBY, B. C. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 19, 1913  0fra*SMrwprnfiarc***>  Regular Meeting of City Council;  Small Batch of Business Transacted  UR business as successful  business men has grown to its  present magnitude in great measure  because we make your interests our  interests.  Do yon want personal attention  when you buy your clothes?  Then eome here.  We shall show you the whole 500  lines, if you care to lock, that come  to us from the House of Hobberlin,  and there is no such values in all  Canada outside the Hobberlin lines,  u ra r% C  3532J    &52S3  flu MM-Nn Mm  ENDERBY, B. C.  i������������������ihimi������������������ ih w   n~pi7inriiT������������������iTTi~*������������������g> rr*;r-tf*"  Sole Agency for Hobberlin Tailoring  - M  rwanwy iif^r  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, ancl also in milling our Moffet's .-Best Flour. This  all means success to the baker.  YOUR   GROCER   SELLS   IT  If   he   does not,   call   up   our   office,    'Phone   41.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited.  rrr^'prk.l.JI   ,1TT",rrf*���������������������������'s*^,--Tf ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������t-.i������������������Fii-������������������iMt-U.i^. jipji ��������������������������� ifw j i '1.^-1-4  Int for I  Then bring your CASH to our store and let us  _shpw_you_what we can do for you. We can  do as well for you as anyone, and you will find  clean value in everything we sell you, whether  in Groceries, Crockery, Dry Goods, or Hardware.   TRY IT.  X  WM. J. WOODS, Enderby, B. C.  The Oity .Council met in regular  session Monday evening. Mayor  Ruttan was in the chair and all members present.  After the reading of Lhe minutes  the letter from the Union Bank re.  the matter of temporary loan and  changing of bank account was taken  from thc table. No action was  taken owing to thc prevailing uncertainty as to the disposition of debentures taken by buyers ancl the  slow moncy returnsf  The sale of thc cemetery debentures  was reported, and they were ordered  to bc printed for hypothecation.  The Finance Committee reported  favorably on the following accounts:  Bank of Montreal, coupon $ 18.00  A. Cameron, wages       "4.50  H. M.  Walker, sec. eel. com....     50.00  N. H. Kenny, assessor     125.00  R. N. Bailey, puis, expense      14.75  W.   Curry,  wages   15.60  Enderby Brass Band,-April     .25i00  Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary      25.00  HI M. Walker, secf eel. com.... 720.00  Wm. Hatchard, sp. constable... 4.00  Wm. J. Graham, sp. constable      4.00  John Folkard,  sp. con       4.00  W. H. Scott,, ticket office        4.00  W. H. Flack, ticket taker        4.00  F. H. Hassard, auto'hire       20.00  R.  N. Bailey, road tax col       4.00  G.L.Williams,   cem.  payment...   500.00  Bank Montreal, coupons       60.00  Union Bank, coupons     135.00  Union Bank, coupons     135.00  W.  J. Woods, supplies       13.40  A. Reeves, stationery         S.50  E.  J. Mack, "public works      36.50  G. Rosoman, cash disb      19.48  I-T.  G. Mann, lights      11.65  Wm. Blackburn, street work... 44.10  Cummings & Agnew, city eng. S9.60  Okanagan Telephone Co       9.00  Applications for water service: C.  Luudberg, Eva Cedarlund, Geo. G.  Sharpe. Referred to Waterworks  committee.  A letter was read from Road Superintendent-.Lang- re., the, city sand  pile . along the. Mabel- Lake road,  stating that ho would bc in Enderby  shortly to go - into Lhe matter with  the city.  ���������������������������An application was read-from T.C:  Poison asking for the installation of  a street light on George street at  corner of King. Referred to the  light committee.  The matter of stricter quarantine  against the spread of the ailments  now generally enjoyed by the children of Enderby, such as mumps,  measles ancl whooping cough, was  generally discussed, but owing to the  mildness of the attacks and the general indifference shown by the public  generally, it seemed to be hopeless to  try to enforce thc strict observance  of the quarantine regulations, ancl  no action was taken in the matter.  B.  C.  HORSE ENCAMPMENT  The sccond    encampment of B.   C.  (mand of Col. Flick and Majors Prag-  ! nell and Wilson; the 18th Field Ambulance of Vancouver, under Major  McTavish; the 19th Army Service  Corps, of Vancouver, under Major  Montague Moore; the 102nd Rocky  Mountain Rifles, under Col. Vicars,  of Kamloops; the 2nd Section Corps  of Guides, under Major Bryan, of  Victoria; and detachments from thc  permanent forces at Victoria; No. 3  Company Royal Canadian Engineers;  No. 5 Company Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery; Permanent Army  Medical Corps, ancl Canadian Ordinance Corps.  The following members of Enderby  Troop were at Camp:'' Capt. Henniker; Licuts. Crossman, Wheeler, and  LeDuc; Sgt.-Maj. Logan; Qr.-SgL  Barnes; Sg.t. Green; Sgt. Waby; Corp.  Robinson; Corp. Rawlson, Lieut.-  Corp. Glen, Corp. Harrison, .Lance-  Corp.' Trehorn; Troopers Dunwoodie,  Joe Mowat, Duncan, McMahon, Bucknell, White, Wilson, Guggins, Hal-  lam, Pelly, E. Simard, Lf Simard,  Pound, Gorle, Dysart, Currio, Para-  dis, Bogert and Miller.  in the sports,    the Enderby Troop  team won   the    Squadron cup in thc  tug-of-war   contest.       The team was  captained   by   Sgt.    Green,  and was  composed of , Troopers Pound,  Gorle,  Huggins,    Dysart,    E. , Simard,     L.  Simard, Pelly and Hallam.  4 y  Lieut. LeDuc was thc only man of  the Enderby Troop who-was injured  on the fielcL His' horse reared up  and fell over upon him.'- He was carried from the field unconscious and  taken to the hospital where hc soon  recovered.  OE    CANADA.  Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund CO QflZ  and Undivided I'rolits (Over) V<5jO a **9  Total Assets (Over)     $69,000,  When You Take  that Trap  carry your funds in the form of  our Letters of Credit or Travellers'  Cheques, iu denominations of $10,  $20, $50, $100 or $200. The  values in foreign currencies are  stated on the face, and as these  Cheques are payable without  discount, you can ahvays get their .  full value iii the money of the  country you are visiting, without  delay or difficulty.  Endgby Branch,,  W.D.C. CHRISTIE, Manager  A    CORRECTION  Editor Enderby Press:  u  Sir: My attention has been.drawn  to an article in your paper referring  to the case of Williams vs. Gardom,  which is still "sub judice;"  Messrs. Payne - and Basil-Gardom  were not "held" as accessories-in an  assault case. ���������������������������-- " ���������������������������  The fact that ' I -have been "well  known in this province for the past  twenty years should have deterred  you from' writing this article until  you had , carefully investigated thc  matter. Yours faithfully,  BASIL  GARDOM.  to Build a Home  We are offering a few lots of a quarter of an acre each at very low  prices ancl on very easy terms. Each lot is covered with clover and  timothy  two  feet high,  besides several large fruit trees.  27 Acres good bench land, G acres cleared and growing hay; 5 acres  partly cleared.     May be had on easy terms.  ���������������������������10 Acres good, rich bottom land, with never-failing stream of water  flowing through it.      An ideal place for general farming.  85 Acres close to town; good-houpe; plenty of spring water; ten acres  cleared arid about ten acres partly cleared. Some fruit trees; good  garden.     To be sold at a bargain.  Fire and Life Insurance.      Post Office Block, Enderby   Real Estate Broker.  Horse at Vernon ended the past  week, and on Friday all broke camp  for home. It was a happy train-  load of troopers that passed out of  the Valley Friday evening, and another trainload, equally happy and  unrestrained passed out for thc main  line later in the night.  The encampment was greatly enjoyed "hy" "all "Enderby" officers-and  troopers, though thcy were put  through some very rigorous work  and vigorous camp life.  Lieut.-Colonel McDonnell, of thc  Strutikona Morse, Winnipeg, was  Camp Commandant, with Lieut.-Col.  Bott first in command, and Major  Mutrie second in command. The 30th  Reg. B. C. Morse was in command of  Lieut.-Col. Bott, and Majors Mutrie,  Allan  and  Clarke; 31st Reg.,  in com-  The article referred to by Mr. Gardom was taken" from the ��������������������������� Vancouver  Province. The Province in a later  issue says:-  "In connection with the charge of  assault of Williams vs. Reginald Gardom and others, The Province is  asked to explain that when the case  was adjourned on Monday "it was  still undecided as to' whether it  would he necessary, at all for any  defence to be put in," that Mr. Gardom was' not __ "blackballed" at the  Western Club, ancl that thc "assault"  case did not   arise    out of the with-  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc "a word  each subsequent insertion.  SHEEP FOR SALE���������������������������One ram, '25  ewes and 23 lambs. H. F. Cowan,  Enderby.  FOR SALETOne 3-year-old heifer,  Holstein-Jersey; just in. Price, $80.  A. M. Baird,  Enderby.  COW FOR SALE.     J. F. Moore, En-'  derby. -    "J5-4t,  FOR SALE���������������������������-Berkshire pigs, regis-'  tered stock; five " weeks old; males  and females. W. J. Fenton, - Enderby. -'    . j5-2t-  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John ��������������������������� Gardener", landscape and  jobbing gardener. '���������������������������'    . -\      . ���������������������������  MRS. C. PARADIS,' a dressmaker of  ���������������������������\yiclc  experience,    lias removed - her-  dressmaking,.'.parlors "to Athe**-Mat-_  thews house; on    Cl.ifl.Sti,  west* of  George. - .��������������������������� \      "       ..    '  . .  CITY OF ENDERBY  Department of Public Health".'-  Notice to   Householders  drawal of his name from a proposal  for membership in that institution,  the fracas that took place from which  the charge of assault resulted being  clue to other causes."  The time for   receiving tenders for  thc construction of a Public Building  at    Greenwood,   B.  C, is hereby extended to Wednesday,  June 25th, 1913  By order,  R.  C.  DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  June 30, 1913.  ANNOUN  HAVING TAKEN OVER THE HARNESS BUSINESS OF F. R.  PROSSER, I AM OPENING UP WITH AN UP-TO-DATE LINE OF HARNESS, SADDLES, WHIPS, SFURS, AND EVERYTHING IN THE HARNESS LINE.  BRING  YOUR  REPAIRS.      THEY WILL BE DONE PROMPTLY.  ONLY THE BEST MATERIAL USED.  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St., Enderby  .   INFECTIOUS  DISEASES   _������������������������������������������������������'   '  NOTICE is hereby given that, it  is provided in Sec. S3 of the "Health  Act" that whenever* any householder  knows or suspects, or has reason to'  know or suspect, that any. person iii  his family or household has measles,  whooping-cough, mumps or any other  contagious or infectious/disease, hc  shall, within 24 hours of the time  such disease is known or suspected'  to exist, give notice thereof to the  Medical Health Officer of the muni-"  cipality in which he resides, such "notice either to be given personally- at  the office of the Medical Health Offi-  .cer^^or^by^a^cQmniunicatioiuacLclifesaacU  to him and duly mailed within the  time above specified. And it is further provided in Sec. Ill of thc said  Act that any householder refusing or  neglecting so to notify the'Medical  Health Officer shall thereby render  himself liable to a fine not c.xcceding  one hundred dollars, with or without  costs, or to imprisonment, with or  without hard "labor, ~for~a "term" not"  exceeding six months, or to both fine  ancl imprisonment in thc discretion  of the convicting court.-  By Order of the Health Committee.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk,  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  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.

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