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Enderby, B.C.,"  July 3, 1913'
AND      W A L K E R 'S      W E E K L: Y
Vol. 6; No. 18; Whole No. 278
���������' Locals of Home Events of Inter
���������'  . Near Home and F
-Celebrate  July 12th at Enderby !' -
Next Monday- evening    will   be installation night"'in K. P. lodge.
.Mrs. Aldin- left for the coast the
past' week on a visit to her sister in
Vancouver,. <>
The Girl's   Guild   will* meet at the
home of Mrs. Duncan; Friday evening a very successful op
at 8 o'clock.        -   .
Wav(������\v A^ *ru^ ra*sers ������t Enderby district
ITO ^^pftesiring to send fruit to the Eastern
-*''jhL__ j: " i   ...I,.. , , .   . t
Enderbyites Turn Out Strong to    .   :
Enjoy Dominion Day at'Salmon Arm
'   /'        /' ��������� - ���������        '  9b������.
Tuesday, July lst,    was .not a fa'v-  by's battery all   over"   the-field,".and
new line bringing    $<^mainnt;e int^Q&nadian- and Northwest' fairs are re
ah ^rht-to Sic-1jjfflested to do so by Mr. W. J. Bran
' j *w|th"   H*������'^quests   that one box ordained incessantly    the  night before, j made, 3 and in the 7th,, 2> , In four in-'*,
��������� ���������' ^^fte oi ������ach   in    season  De sent - at arid the    morning    dawned dark and nings they were   shut out.     The En-,
the Valley from Salmeri .firiii-to Sic-Rested to do so by Mr. W. J. Bran- j orable,    day    for    a celebration.     It I scored  5 points."  In the second they
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the Enderby
C3lyj/time"     ������f course he wants the best threatening.     The " roads were'Tnade
jjjamples it is   possible to get.     The heavy and muddy, arid "in parts were'
spite of the thfe&emn&<.verMg^oie of sending is extremely simple, j washed away.    -All .of which did'not
Snderby Tennis\AfiBOCiatioh\t*l#-mato ������,��������� ,-,,f   ���������,__ ���������,. .Mf~, ;��������� ffcJ...  L_ lu ,..,....-. _, .-,  .l
\ltt. Mrs. Frank B. Dill will receive for
.    ."   the first time since cdming..to Ender-
byon Thursday, "July 10th.
-., ,    IF. R.' E. DeHart   was-a visitor to
���������Enderby   this   week   froni .Kelowna,-
looking after his   property interests
here.    ' "  _"    -
��������� - Dr./Crawfordf. leaves next "week, to
"attend a' dental convention" at- Cal-
- - * gary. - He will be' in his "Enderby
i sji_ office the} week following! .'* ,".-.'������������������
- The members- of "Enderby lodge, "K.
." . ',--.of ,P.,.will visit- Vernon on Sunday
��������� '_-; i evening,-; July 13th, .by, autos, to atr-
_:^-%-.,.rte'nd the_ church-parade* of:.the rVer'nqn
y/yioageXJ-'. V X ' X X' ",; .< . r7-\ ,y-
."-"T, 'i'"TheiVI: AT of "St.-" "George's Church
���������'': "'.^wilihbld ajgarden fete-Jn ~ the vicar-
y/ J. -age /grounds,   on.-. Friday,   July 18th,
- Zy -'  afternoon"���������]arid" evening.".   Everybody
���������*-.    ���������   -Vvelcome.    IDo not-forgets -      ^     __ .
'The   "approaching   marriage of- Mr.
.Z '.   E.V Skyrme, to ",Miss   Isabella Turner,
,."sister of .Mrs'' -Thos.; Skyrme, to take
���������*.  place at the Hazelmere ranch on 12th
- "July, has been announced.-
..   Work' was started the- past week on
-,   -  the new station at Mara.     It is.be-
',   ' ing erected +on    the "east side of the
track just opposite    the  street from
the Hines store "and hotel. .      * ,
The City Council held-two meetings
as committe of   the - whole' the past
-week,, taking': up several matters that
. -   are to be brought before the Council
at the next'regular meeting.
Russ  Thompson,    of    New -Denver,'
came in from   the    coast this week.
     After spending a   few days in' Ender-
afternoon,    nearly
present."      The   courts
... u!^$!Take the frUit' ^b������X ������r Crate) *������ the,ad(1 fco the possibility of a crowd at
jn$\on Tuesn^y :expresg offlce- and send direct to'him. 'the. Salmon- Arm celebration.".Never-
������S!L-.^nB J Address,;   "W.    J.  Brandrith,. B.  C. jtheless, there was'a very good crowd
e7��������� Exhibition    Commissioner,"    at % the'and the .clouds    cleared away before
shape, and. were   occupied all the af- followiag. points on t'he dates desig. --   andthe^ay proved" a most en
ternoon,  a    number   of- keen" games nated- -��������� " --   ' '     ~s "���������--���������*���������'
taking place.     At 4:30 tea was served
5th to 12th of July," Winnipeg.'
12th- to 21st July, Brandon. '-
26th" to 28th/July," RegW."     .
2nd tow5th August, Saskatoon.
20th to 30tti August, Toronto.
joyable" one. to all those. attending
from Enderby and neighboring.points
,���������most of whom-went, be autos from
the, garage of Mack & Mann, and the
machines of Dr. Keith, Dr.-*Crawford,
F..DM, ,A. Fulton' and-Mr. -Williams.
30th ,Aug.V to-,4th .Sept, at either,The ��������� Enderbyites --/"going- --numbered
125 to 3 50,  and'to^ bring them home
London or Ottawa?
after which play kept on till late in
the evening, a~"number of enthusiasts
playing "till-after "8 o'clock. Everybody enjoyed themselves and many
compliments were passed on -the fine
appearance of the    grounds arid club
house!   --' ,":'" . -"   '."   '
���������'"--""'" " ->��������� y  . -',
��������� The-club'is open- for membership,
and all wishing "to join are invited to
apply to.the.-Se'crqta'ry (A/.T, A^
infoimation.    .-^.-...K-.....:.  -y -  '���������""- notified/of .your-" shipriient; arid wiU-beVdesire'd.'-^'-.;���������"'"* -$���������������������������-?'���������'" yX-f\
on; the. look: out5 for it- Jm\"i y".'. ���������>'--. The Boy" Scout-r baseball'.'tekm --Had.
,   All .shipments; will,. be- paid for .by.'a,close.shave pn- the.V/ay7home>They
tllei.P04^^s-?J9I},e.r������ and't the.check; sent;, were being   driven "- over , by; a,' t'earii
froni .the, livery stable and'when!!five-
Be sure and   mark    on box,' '-'from ' after the day's sports , was no small
rour^'name) ^Enderby,h B.C." '" .'"And haskv -Autos", were^running- until ..the
when'; the'-fruit" is/shipped, -notify "Mr. '. early ^ hours of- Wednesday.-; !, But", no
nyj-r-d'Jt''--... r'r - muf. *-iif_n-'   z-T-r. '_-I   -.,-"'.'���������'    -  -       .���������- .-���������""'���������".        -~     '   -- .
;'A   very    pleasant .''.afternoon ', wa^
spent -by -the .paVents'j'andf children of ';direct-^to the'' snipper
Grindrod  ;school'   on "Friday, at\the
breaking" up for the^sum'mer'holidays...
*^his applies   to    all smajr fruits'-in> miles put of "Salmon Arm,-We'of the
'season.'- ^Apples and'crab apples are "horses   became." frightened V������Y    ^the
The ��������� children.. entertained the -visitors to" ~be 'sent' th'rough one" shipper- but' loosening "' of' the ���������- -" whiffletree - .'arid
with recitations -and .singing.. .Sev-1 the; name of the grower must be. on ' lunged fdfward. He broke'one of-the
eral'prizes .were given by'the teacher the,box.   Mr/Lawes must be notified i lines, in, doing "'so' and th'e-"neckVbke
of what you-have _to ship" in this line [slipped-off the'tongue.' There-was, a"
and.he >ill;furnish information as toiscramble'.to."get out,of; the; rig, .and
shipment, and  when the boys were not any too..-soon,' for
for_good conduct and-������regular attendance. -   , Miss . Crandlemire,    who    is
l"eaving,',was"presented<''with*a brooch the; manner; of
by.the children, who,'.one.and all re-  "      "' '
gret that she' is" going away. Refreshments were provided, - and enjoyed by all.   , Y - .       ""-   **
by Mr." Thompson will return, with
Mrs. Thompson, to the Slocan.
i The members of Loyal Orange Lodge
and Loyal -True Blues will attend divine service Sunday, July Gth, at 11
o'clock at Presbyterian Church. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. CHAS.  GARDEN,   S.cy.
 Our _church..rcporter .asked _a prominent hay grower the other day what
the hay men had doric to the Lord
to cause so much    rain to fall when
- the hay crop was ripe for cutting.
"It isn't so much a question of what
we have done, as it is1 what wc would
like to do,"-was ihis reply.
Rev. W. A. Gifford was married, a
week' or two ago, at Cambridge,
Mass., to Miss C. E. Hitcham, formerly matron of Columbia College,
New Westminster. Mr. Gifford will
be remembered as having held the
pastorate of the Methodist Church
in Enderby a few years ago. Rev.
and Mrs. Gifford will spend the slimmer at Ossipee, Mass.
The people of Mara have been kept
guessing the past few weeks. 'They
are trying to   solve the mystery sur-
' rounding the attitude of the railway
company in connection with the surveying of lands in the vicinity of the
station. Enough acreage has been
staked out ior a roundhouse and
divisional yards with all kinds of
trackage. Nobody seems to know
what it all means, though there" are
rumors to the effect that Mara may
be a divisional point on the proposed
.The'average man on the farm does
not,give much- time,to flowers. Not
so with our friend Mr. T. R. Skelton
of Hulcar. Mr. Skelton's flower
garden runs his fruit orchard a close
race for first place. It-is just a
matter of opinion through which Mr.
Skelton is doing the most good. He
does a pile of work in his orchard
and small fruit and vegetable gardens, but he does a lot of work also
ia his flower beds.
"London; June"27.���������The" Duke of
Sutherland died at 1 o'clock this
morning at Dunrobin Castle,  Slither
the shipment is to go forward. '
JULY 12th
We, the members
of L.O.L. No. 446
Enderby, have decided���������to���������hold���������the
12thi of July Celebration at Enderby.
Bills will be out later.
J. P. D/VLE, ./Chairman,
It was not   so' long ago that the
'smart set" 'wore   the  "peek-a-boo'.'
the team started a .wild race, home:
ward. - Eddie Wheeler was-the only
boy injured, and he was'dnly.shakeri
up" by being thrown* out of the,demo-
crat with the. seat and landing" upon
his back. " He was put-1 into an auto
that was fortunately' close at .land,'
arid'hurried to town.-;The horses"enjoyed a, run of" two .or three miles,-
narrowly missing the carriage of T.
C. .Poison  in. their. mad_ run. The
>' Z>1
derby  Scouts    were ., held down-well
and try hard as they, may they could
not overcome the lead of 5" given" the :',_
Arm boys in the first.     They>scored  -
2 runs in the   2nd   and 3rd,"three in",-
the 5th and one, in,the 6th and 7th.:-:\i
���������Line-up'of Enderby Scout team: Ari- ���������;:'.'
tillage; Pearson, Jb; Greyell, pVGrantf-
s.s.; Hassard,-l.f;  Wheeler" 2b; "PauIk'^.-\"J/';:v: ^^
ner,.r.f; Johnsori; cf.; Black, Zloi. ^;ifi7-y 7,l7t
The", game ' between' the", Enderby,i"7;:vV--0v
senior's and the Chase^team was*one'" X'-XXl
of;those dreamy sensations .that you %'J'&-./'&
waken from with a'ghastly ~gutiura\XiyX7{fi:?
grunt,and you're glad" to-find yourself 'frlXXMfl
tucked; snugly, in; your, little ''bed.'v:? ii\/ r^l/f^iii'
lasted,two hours and\a-.tialf 'anA7ob{7yyrXlipr
ligingly"ended"in .the^th^in' a>Vquab-?^\r^
ble-dver "a5- controvertible ''"play-ttiat ^-^.XM
the "turn Dirp/������ha'd--..tni vn*tA\*\\i?2r\\\������%itA*&^������������2������
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smaller Scouts were" taken into the
passing autos, while the larger.- boys
had to hit thc pike with their'traps
and sore spots. Ft Dill turned back
after them after bringing the baseball
team home ancl brought them into
town about midnight.
The day at the Arm was enjoyable.
L.L ���������! ...aA JJlaA _.������^
and everybody was pleased.   But thc 'th si(les- .bufc   thMe W(jre balanccd
claimed ;that,_ Bradley, z f orrchase'^in^V-^Jg^
terfercd'; with', the -[catcher ,by/steppingyX-/i^i^I
in front:'of"/the'-'box'{aridTinJ'the{way%
of .^Murphy ;.throwingAtp; S^ond^This^F i?^?���������|
"is""a" ruleCthat/;is ?;seldomvheld������p*:ta
even iri.leaguev games,; for ^he're.JsiVal^/X~''X$7}
ways':so. much-ro6iriVfor = di^iiteI'-arid---v'?^r1^l
in',this case it   was    not called ,int6f-"
ciuestion juntil-.the' 'umpire ��������� was ap^5
pealed  to:- Of    course "'"Bradley;.took;"-
the' ground that-if-there .was 'any.' in-fv
terfere'nce'it   was ' unintentional," and /
it- looked that^ way," froni/ the 'scorers' ;',
box, too.   And   when    he : was' ruled ���������,
out the Chase   boys    backed him.(up'; .���������>���������_
and'refused.to sencr.another mari'"to>:,"r_
bat. _ Enderby   had ' the   game :by"a X"-'
score of 8. to 4 with the ninth inhing'-W;
to play.. ' '_  '     ' ,     \ ������ " i.    "..'.''-".'
In this game P. H.-Murphy was be-/ V"!
hind the bat for Enderby,' arid Evans - -
in the box.     There isnlt a'"fan in .'the'"-.-,
district   that    doesn't -like*;to   see'f   "
-Paady^lfcKind^tlfe : maskT^WhetlierJ y
playing    with    him    or against him."- ,
He used to have    a great wing,that'
always caught the base-runner at 2nd,    .-
and Paddy, like    an    old- race horse ~y ���������
trying to "come   back," made every      ���������
shot to*2nd, just   as of old, but the '
speed    wasn't    there,    and   he    only   ; "'
stopped one of the many he tried for."
game,- on
r m  r.'Mr-f  av* ttMulmtur
landshire. The Duke of Sutherland waist. It was short-lived. .Then
was born July 20,-1851, was with thc came the hobble skirt, split skirt
exception of the Emperor of Russia,
real feature of   the   day was the re
turn  journey    early    in  the evening.
i up by the players with as- many good
plays'as bud.      There   was a pretty
The auto road leading in to the Arm'double play by a  Johngon ana Lin
tho largest land owner in Europe.
His Scottish estates embraced nearly
a million and a half acres. He owned
30,000 acres in Staffordshire and
Shropshire and much landed property
in other countries, including Canada.
Water rate notices for the half-year
ending June 30th were mailed from
the City Hall to all property owners
liable for same on Ju}y lst. Ratepayers will find, on exariiining their
notices, that they are entitled to a
rebate of 10 per cent on all rates
paid on or before July 15th. This
is one of the provisions of the bylaw passed by last year's Council,
which now comes into operation for
the first time.
When you want a nice cooling drink
get it at Joe's ice cream parlor.
Last week of hardware sale at Fulton Hardware Co.'s.
and as far south    as the Waby poul
and hoop skirt. Now the dear ladies, try farm is eventually to bc made to
of the smart set are bringing out the Enderby and thence to Revelstoke���������
"peek-a-boo" skirt. A fashion if the government roadmaster will
writer of Paris sends forth by cable break away from the present policy
the announcement that "apparently
roriSbts are quite    out of date.     The
majority of bodices to-day do not
reach far above trie waist, at least
the opaque'part of them. Petticoats ��������� are also in little favor. Several women at a fashionable afternoon function, whose lace^skirts were
absolutely transparent adopted the-
atrical tights. These were thc centre of-interest of the smart crowd."
Hereafter the public will please
have nothing to do with any subscription list or money soliciting of
any kind by or pertaining to thc Boy
Scouts, unless Scout shall hav.e an
official order from the Scout Master,
properly signed.
By order,  S    f. R, PRINCE, Adt.
���������' Dill pickles at Dill Bros.
i ,
and add a little steam to the snail's
pace in the road building. The
piece of road leading in to the
Arm is as fine as anything in the
land and it makes autoing a pleasure
particularly when one comparer the
present road with that narrow ancl
tortuous trail that has answered for
a wagon road lo these many years.
Such a road gives one a great respect for the man who built it and
for the policy that is responsible for
the making of such a highway.
The sports at the Arm were tame
uiwugh to cage, yet they were all
well handled and satisfied the crowd.
Thc baseball' game between the Boy
Scout team of Enderby, ancl- the boy
team of the Arm resulted in a victory for the Arm lads by a score of
9-10. It was a 7-inning game. In the.
first inuing the Arm boys hit Ender
holme, from 3rd ,to lst ancl back'
again. Hojo, a Japanese,- playing for
Chase, played the best game of anybody on thc' field. He was four-
times to bat, scored once ancl died
on third three times, and had only
one error chalked up against him.
The line up of the-. Enderby team
was: D. Fravel, r.f.; Evans, p.; Murphy, c; E. Dill, cf.; B. Johnson, s.s;
0. Johnson, 3b.; F. Dill, 2b.; Len-
holme, lb.; C. Fravc,, l.f.
In the game with Salmon Arm the
Enderby boys went to pieces. Murphy was rushed at home plate and
knocked out for the rest of thc game,
and Evans was spiked at 3rd and
had to retire. Thus . weakened the
score stood 16 to G in favor of the,
Arm team.
In the running and jumping contests Dean Fravel walked off with the
big end of the purses.
Summer shirts at Dill Bros.
A Grand Piano free at W. J.Woods.
a* THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 3, 1913  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A trip in the hills, a boat ride  on the river or an outing on  the lake is made thrice enjoyable if you have a Kodak with  you. We have them in ail  sizes, and carry a complete  line of Kodak Supplies. Get  your Kodak wants now and be  ready for any kind of a trip.  ENDERBY PRESS  AND HER NAME IS MAUD  Published every  Thursday at  Ender.by,  S2 por year, by the Walker Press.  B.C. at  Advertising Kates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertiun, Qijc each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, SI an inoh per month.  Legal Notices: 12c a line first insertion; Sc a line  each subsequent insertion.  Rendu U Nctices ancl Locals: 35c a line.  JULY 3, 1913  AFTER THE NOXIOUS WEEDS  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ClifT St.  Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  BellBlock       Enderby, B.C.  T\R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon,  9 to 10:30  Afternoon. 3 to 1  Evening, G:30 to 7:30  i        ' Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and Goi-ko.Sis. ENDEHBY  "C1NDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK. Proprietress  Maternity Fees, S20 per week  Foes covering ordinary illness, S2.50por day.  ENDERBY, B. C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  H. E. BLANCHARD  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. <I0  .tegular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at Sp. m. in Odd- !  follows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  IS/   Eureka Lodge, No. BO  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. 0.  0. F. hall, .Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always    welcome. CEO. BELLAMY, "N. 0.  HOWARD LOGAN, V. G.  It. E. WHEELER. Sec'y.  J.K. GAYLOKD. Trwis.  ENDERBY   LODGE  Mc^t No. 35, K. of P.  ,v ���������������������������_-, Meets every Monday evening  ���������������������������^^U in K.of P. Hall.   Visitors cor-  %Zyp dially invited to attend.  ^w .fOHNBURNHAM.C.C.  C. B.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc. address.  T. E. RODIE, Enderby  POLITICAL  i^iTDERB^ff-eONS-E-R-VjVrTYE-  -^ ASSOCIATION  J. I,. RUTTAN, H. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  DOWNHAM &  GILDEMEESTER  CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS  ENDERBY, B.C.  Estimates  ancl    drawings  submitted  cheerfully  Furniture  made  to  order  and Shop in Poison  On ClifT stree near Geem  : The following communication will  | interest the farmers of this district:  j Victoria,  B.C.,   June 27,  1913.  To the Editors of newspapers in B.C.  Dear Sir:     I    would    be obliged if  you would allow me, through the me-  . dium of your   paper   to call thc at-  itention    of    farmers    throughut   the  ', Province to the necessity of conducting a vigorous campaign against, tbe  spread of noxious   -weeds in the Pro-  , vince.       This - constitutes-   a   grave  '. menace to    the   development of agriculture, and it is very essential that,  I a determined    effort be made at the  .present time to  combat  the evil be-  ', fore it gets too big to handle.     It is  ! deplorable to sec in many good agri-  ' cultural districts in the Province the  alarming extent    to   which the Canadian thistle   has    spread.      This is  one of the very   worst    weeds in existence, and probably the hardest to  control.  The following course of treatment  which should be pursued for the  eradication of Canadian thistle is  recommended by the Seed Commis-  partment of Agriculture:  Remedy���������������������������Being    a   deep-rooted perennial,    Canada    thistle    should     be  ploughed deep in summer just as the  flower opens,   or the 'flowering stems  may be    mowed   down   and the land  ploughed as soon as the new growth  appears.      As new stems are thrown  up they must be cut oil with a broad-  sheared  cultivator,  at  intervals  during the summer   and   autumn.. Deep  ploughing   in   the    autumn has been  found useful   in. suppressing thistles  in  Manitoba..     The   chief . safeguard-  against Canadian thistle and similar  deep-rooted  perennials, is undoubtedly a regular short rotation of crops  with thorough cultivation.   ~ A three-  year rotation including  two cuttings  of early red clover for the first year,  followed  by  deep    fall  ploughing  for  hoed crops with clean cultivation and  a cereal crop for the third- will suppress it.  Por permanent pastures and wild  lands where this course of treatment  is not feasible, a plan wliich is followed by many with great success is  to keep the plants cut off right at*  the crown and never allow them to  flower. This course, -if pursued  faithfully will in a few years' time  destroy this pest.  All Provincial Constables and Pire  Wardens have    again   this year been  appointed agent    for the Department  in  the enforcement of the provisions  of the Noxious Weeds Act, and have  -heen^p^tniated==in==,cas&=of==n on-com^.  pliance with notices " served on owners,   to  institute  prosecutions.   This,  in itself, however,  is not all that is  necessary.     It is imperative that the  co-operation    of    thc    farmers themselves be secured.     The provisions of  the Noxious Weeds Act arc stringent  enough,  hut    its    proper enforcement  cannot be effected to thc best advantage    unless    the   farmers do     their  share,   and see    that their neighbors  take .steps to    destroy    weeds before  they seed.       I   trust    therefore that  we  may    have    united    action   along  these  lines,   nnd    thnt effective  work  will be  done   this   year towards the  suppression of those weeds which arc  proving such  a menace to  successful  agricultural   development in   different  parts of the "Province.  Thanking  you    in    anticipation  for  your courtesy in inserting this letter,  Yours very truly,  WM.  E.  SCOTT,  Deputy  Minister.  The Columbia Flouring Mills has a  valuable  asset   in    a big raw-boned  awkward    mare,    and    her   name is  Maud.     She    has   been treasured by  the firm for so   many years that she  has become part    and    parcel of the  institution.      Maud  is  mild-tempered  and ungainly; she    would be able to  travel in   a    straight   course rather  well if she didn't have one club foot.  If anything happens in or about the  mill property, Maud is always in it.  Take her out to   pasture, and she is  equally   conspicuous.      'She mothers  some of thc   finest   colts ever reared  in the country, but even in this she  has to   be   attended    by    a trained  nurse.     On one   of   these -important  occasions    the   colt   came early and  Maud,  being   alone,    led it close to  the edge of an   embankment and the  colt slid    over.    It   was    unharmed,  by the fall. -     Maud,    in her an.xiety  about its welfare,    looked  down the  sandy slope and   fell upon it, breaking the colt's    neck.       A few weeks  since, as time goes, Maud was ruminating about   with   her hum foot and  fell into an old well.   Only her head  remained out of the wet.     All hands  stopped    making    Moffet's Best long  enough to hitch a block and tackle to  a near-by tree    and then around the  waist of Maud and lifted her bodily  out of the hole.       It didn't disturb  her equipoise in    the least.     Then a  little later Maud walked into.a wire  fence and they had to take down the  fence to get    Maud   out of it.     The  .other day Maud was strolling to the  river in the mill    yard -when a gust  of wind toppled   one    of the smokestacks over    upon    the engine  house  roof.     A section   of the stack rolled  off the roof-on to Maud's back.   This  was more than she could stand. ' She  forgot her dignity and bum foot and  wheeled-   about   with the grace of a  mastodon and 7hit a clip of 2:10 on  three legs  for the   barn.   There Svas  a wire fence and a gate between but  Maud  didn't, see    them.   They "went  down like   barriers    of paper.   Maud  hasn't had any use, for falling smoke  'K,  *ZVT an evangelistic meeting  down South, an evangelist was caught hugging the  soprano behind the church  door._ After the point was fy  discussed at the afternoon  meeting a resolution was  ad opted as' follows:  Resolved, Dat for the future peace of dis ycre  congregation, dat the next time Brudder Johnsing  feels called upon to take a lamb of de flock in his  arms, dat he pick out a ram lamb.  U*t,.il  ((  Mil  %tf  Bank of Montreal  Capital,- $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt.  President, R.  Established 1817. .        ' '      : - ' "     ..->...  /  ���������������������������' -    ' "   Rest,-$16,000,000  Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G-. ,0.'M% G.  B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presideir.JH.-'V. Meredith,  stacks since.  SP1TLUM  WILL HANG"  Paul Spitlum, the " Indian, . was  found guilty-at New Westminster, assizes on Friday last of the murder of  Provincial Constable Kindness, near  Clinton, on May 3, 1912. This is  the second time that the Indian has  been placed on trial for his life. He  was sentenced to be hanged on September 12. At the previous trial of  Spitlum at Vernon, a few weeks ago,  the jury disagreed. Paul Moses,  Spitlum's companion,' will now be  tried as an accessory to the crime. ' I  ���������������������������    BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  -     f  SAVINGS , BANK   DEPARTMENT . ,    .;> ...  Deposits received from $1 upwards, aud interest allowed at current, rates.-  ".'v, Interest credited 30th June and 31st December; -  " '-��������������������������� y- - ** - ---  ENDERBY, BRANCH       *.-��������������������������� A.  E." Taylor.'Manager  Finestm  ''Enderby is a charming villiage.:with eity airs.'.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow: of Saridoii  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  liotel the King Edward.   In addition to' the-excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attractionfortourists."  (Extract from Low cry's Ledge.)     -.. ���������������������������'      -    -  :;>H  y.  CITY  OF ENDERBY  Police Notice to Parents and-'Others  WILL LESSEN LOSS BY FIRE  Victoria, June 30.���������������������������Supt. Geo. D.'  McKay, of thc Provincial timber  oflice at Vancouver, recently visited  the various fire wardens in the coast  district and is of opinion that with  the augmented service this year the  usual heavy loss through forest fires  will be lessened. In thc coast district no serious fire has yet taken  place this summer,  Complaint having been made to the  Board of Police Commissioners of  numerous acts of trespass and wanton mischief committed by children,  notice_is-hereby-giveri-,-that-entry._on.  enclosed premises without permission  of the owner or person in charge  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 3 9th, 1913,  King Edward Hotel,p H  MURPHY-  Proprietor -_.   .   '-'  Enderby  "to Build a Home  We are ogeri^g_a_few__lots of a quarter of an   acre   each  at very- low.  and=  with   clover  hay;"   5-acres  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of tho Mara District is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.  prices and on .very easy terms.     Each lot   is   covered  timothy two feet high, besides several large fruit trees.  .  27 Acres good bench land, 6 acres cleared., and   growing  ^partly cleared.     May be had on easy terms. '" ��������������������������� ' .  40 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 house; plenty of spring water; ten acres  cleared and about ten acres partly cleared. Some fruit trees; - good  garden.     To be sold at a bargain.  H. W. Harvey  Fire and Life Insurance.      Post Office Block, Enderby- Real Estate Broker.    *    Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuildings  Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last  ������������������  ������������������  2x4  Drop Siding  $13.00  10.00  No. 2,  4,  2    Lath       -   per thousand   2.00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.rby  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  wm ,'���������������������������1  Thursday,-July 3, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  fo*  How the Government of Italy Solved  the Problem of Financing the Farm  only loaned up to 50 per cent, of the  An agricultural commission is also  busy on the American side, endeavoring to find some solution of the stubborn problem   of financing the farm.  One of the Florentine experts who  appeared before the United States  commission suggested that the solution of the problem of farm finance,  so far as money for operating the  farms is concerned, might be found -Florence, which has carried on a  in an enlargement of the operations' profitable and beneficial business to  of existing banks. Signor Martelli, tuis day- This bank, issues mort-  president of the Savings Bank of Sage debentures at 3-J, 4J and 5 per  Florence,   describedv a  practice  com- cent-     Most of   the    debentures now  ONE HUNDRED  MILLIONS  In confirming the report that the  C. P. R. would this year make appropriations  amounting to  $100,000,-  the land, although 1000 to be sl)ent on improvements in  1    second   or third 'a^ departments, Sir Thomas Shaagh-  appraised value of  the    banks    accept    second   or third  mortgages    so    long   as    the   total jnessy said to a Montreal corre-ipon-  amount   of    mortgage    indebtedness  dent:   "The  hundred  million   dollars  docs not exceed the 50 per cent.  There is also a mortgage bank in  Florence, the Monte di Paschi, founded by   one   of   the   early    dukes ol  mon with banks about Florence,  whereby the farmer gives a mort-'  gage to a bank and receives in return an open account for a certain  amount of credit.  Thus a farmer who considers that  he needs a credit of $10,000 to operate his farm gives a mortgage for  that amount to the bank. But he  does not-draw out the entire $10,000  at one time. - As he needs money he  draws on the bank. If he wants  $500'he draws only that amount. He  pays interest only on the amount  which he borrowed from the bank.  In this way a farmer can secure a  credit for any amount of money, always, readily available, and only has  to pay interest in the amount which  he actually uses.  For the long-time loan of the farm-'  outstanding are at 5 per cent. They  sell a trifle under par, which is the  usual condition in Italy, and their  market price compares favorably  with government bonds.  NEWS TWENTY YEARS  OLD  (Vernon News,  June 22, 1893)  Enderby has   lately had a real ad-  ,venture ! ��������������������������� No less 'than six live bears  have recently    been   seen in that vicinity.  Mara has had quite an addition to  the settlement the , last few weeks,  the Rev. J. C. Rosoman, wife and  family coming to join'their son who  which the company has decided to  appropriate for improvements will  not all be spent in the one year.  It is impossible to push the various  works we propose through fast  enough for that. I only wish we  could. - But wc are preparing to set  aside that sum for various improvements and extensions which will be  pushed through as rapidly,, as possible. "  Surprise has been expressed in some  quarters that the railway was prepared to spend such a sum in view  of the present tightness of the money  market. "Do you think that the  present financial- saituation will  shortly bp relieved?" Sir Thomas was  asked. "I do not think that the  situation is at all serious," he replied, "and I believe that whatever  financial stringency exists will be  short lived. The scarcity of money  is due chiefly' to the great progress  and expansion which is going on. The  demand for the commodities is in-  creasing at an- enormous rate.   Can-  On the Fraser river section of the  itinerary the Commissioners' found  conditions similar to those prevailing on Vancouver Island. A great  amount of evidence was taken, the  Indians evincing a marked pleasure  in being allowed to give evidence on  the subject of their condition. There  were ten reserves visited. This concludes the first visit of the Commissioners to the Mainland. It is expected that some time will now be  spent in the capital in order that  the cases may be gone into and also  that some of the evidence taken may  be transcribed.  Ask for Piano Certificate at Woods'  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.  Deer Park Fruit Land  with the same party came Mr. Strol-  ger, wife and family who have taken  a ranch a   little    north'   of Appleby  ers, the    savings    banks are allowed an<i Evans'..  ��������������������������� to invest up to 30 .per cent, of their ' The "inhabitants of Mara district  deposits in farm- mortgages. These hope that the "powers that be" will  mortgages are   of two classes���������������������������those accept thanks for granting us a post  has been, here' some months. Also ada's progress must and will continue and the stringency will pass  with readjustment." .  for periods up to ten years and those  for periods of, from ten to thirty  years. The' shorter term mortgage  loans are repaid by the borrowers in  one lump ,sum,  but the longer term  loans are    repaid    by amortization���������������������������  that^ is, small annual payments made  upon the principal of the loan.   "  - " The banks "are, "only 'permitted' to  charge", borrowers _, one-half3per" rent.  ";more than - they_" are required. to'- pay  , depositors.   ~- At ''the'-present "Time the I.'  prevalent rate is" 5"per cent., though  generally'it-is 4"*per/cent..:. Money "is*J  office after many months of 'promising and- waiting. Shannon is the  mail crrrier.  The amount    of damage which has  been done throughout the5 district ! y  highwaterwould be hard to ustj-.'at".  ^ Dr. Osborne Morris,, who has-1 been  in town 'for- "several , days, and* w.':o  will in all probabilry -begin r.'a'ctice  in this district, .vent :o  Monday.       *.    . *'.  .���������������������������e coast on  YOU LIKE A ^PIANO?  INDIAN  COMMISSION  AT  WORK.  ' The members "of the Royal Commission on .Indian Lands returned to" the  capital last week from the Mainland,  saya'" the Victoria Colonist, where  they have been visiting and inspecting the reserves' located on'Burrard  Inlet;- and also on the north shore of  the Fraser . River. - "> On' the* Burrard  Inlet - reserves, the , Commissioners  were. struck-with the high measure cf  intelligence displayed by "the Indians.  They all Had something to complain  about, 'but- in' no "; case_ did .there appear to "'be'.- any';,'"specific"-.grievance?  other' than-' .that;-they'.'desire'd 'to" sell  their land and could  .ENDERBY  No Irrigation Required  .These lands are situated on the benches near Ecderby and are'especial-1!  ly suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are ln Splendid condition for planting. ',   ���������������������������'" ' '.    ,---. -,   '"  An experienced fruit grower is. in charge and'  will   give instruction'to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar.     -vill be   planted   and cared for at. a"  moderate charge.1 - - - ' ' ���������������������������    ���������������������������  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acrelots is- now on'the markst at  ������������������175 '  .���������������������������per acre. . "��������������������������� , -.',-'���������������������������, ,,  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������     " '���������������������������_���������������������������;-��������������������������� , ' <-'"-, -" ;  GEORGE PACKHAM,  y     ���������������������������   "     ��������������������������� ' Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.. ;.   .,  An  -���������������������������' X  Opportunity for aRelikbte  Man in Enderbyv"^  t.:^e have'some' gilt-edged  originalprairie* Townsites, <(not sub-divisions).,;;-; /7Xfi.  aich appeal to the-intelligent investor, and we fintend-/to-put"on;'an^  which  make /this^a;permanent -and--very_ profitable position:"-^^^-^^  - - f-Armlv��������������������������� "���������������������������''" 41 --'*���������������������������-'-:"���������������������������",. 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P. . ~  VrlPfc;  I  ���������������������������W  -   t **���������������������������  .. k&;|  iizi?\  If YOU have not taken advantage of this opportunity to get  Shelf Hardware, Stoves, Garden Tools, House Paints, Etc.,  at Wholesale Prices, you should not delay another day; the  Sale will positively end Saturday, July 12th. Everything- in  stock included in sale. Every article staple, quality. If you  don't need it now you may in a few days, and you will save  money by buying- while the big stock reduction sale is on  TERMS   OF   SALE   ARE   CASH  fjMmwmmmwMMi.iikWwui.iwmm  tmxHmwABaqn ���������������������������I-**-"*'  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  1 / s\  I /a' A'**, Pr. r     ~t*&-  , iy^.:yj.zz^/J-.^/ -  "VS    ,���������������������������.n-*JT���������������������������*'' "  Swimming Against  = ifte Stream =  Is like trying to do a successful  business without sdvsrtir.l.-ig.  And it it not expensive to Gain  de9ic,-)ble publicity by tiia use of  prints?*' ink. Our Classified  Want Ads. cost lillie snd are  road by nearly everyone.  Try them as a oystem tonic  for your business. $  t2- fr; ���������������������������  .  w  I YEARS AGO pc-cplc uved to  maHi-   thumseives    hetrd     by  si/r.it'.inrt froir. thc house topi.  If you Crier*! thut to-day you  would probably have to appear  before <\ commission in insanity.  P ��������������������������� KOW-A-D/.YJ thc business  W    man uses our Wont Ada.  ij        'o.jn.ipMd iwp* Ij fi   W   U-iardj  ii  t  The Key to the  Situation  If you are looking: tor a situation  a Classified'Want Ad. is the hoy  which will unlock the door to tho  private office of tho butlncss man.  He is too busy to Interview all  promiscuous callers, but you can  catch his attention end socurc  ah appointment by a "Situation  Wanted" ad.  Cr?rr*fbt.d IW h, 0 W   V<^4>  LUBRICATE  The Wheels of Business  Our Classified Want Ads. furnish a  lubncint that is good for any kind of  business machinery  Do you want an employer or an em  ploytx. Have you somclhiug to sell or is  there something you -Wsh to buy?  No matter how large or !k>w small  your business is, Condensed Ads. will im  prove it���������������������������Oil up.  ?e;TH*ftl������������������4 IK* bj B  V  IfeCoHl?  mm  Bellar Doublers  Our Clcsslfled Want Ads. ar*  real dollar doubters. In oho*  leather and norvous enersy they  will save you many times their  small cost by bringing te your  door what yon require, whether  It be efficient help, a desirable  borrower for surplus cash, a SMh>  sltlon or a domestic.  A' most convincing and Inox-  Cf.nslvo proof would be to try a  Wftht Ad.  "^A FORTUNE IN IT  If you could place an ad in the  Moon miliions of people would read it.  Even then it would only be valuable  a few nights each month, whereas a  Want Ad in this paper-while more  limited in its scope will cover this  particular locality every day in the  year.  ���������������������������A/ymmym&ss&msszm-.  " Vessels Large May  Venture More, but  Little Ships Must Stay  Near Shore."  The large display ads. are good  for the Inrge business and the  Classified Wont Ads. are proportionately good for the small firm.  In fact many large firms becasne  such by the diligent use of the  Classified Columns. There' ex-  ample is good ���������������������������start now.  No doubt you have' .many , things about the place that you  do .not" want���������������������������have no further, use for. Perhaps there are  many people right aroundcyou���������������������������.your neighbours, who. would  be glad to get the very things.you have tired of, or want to  get rid of. The way to find out is to ADVERTISE. . Let  the public know. Maybe you want to sell a piece of  property, a piece of furniture, house and lot, or want to rent  a place. Perhaps you want to find steady employment, or  want a steady man or woman to help you. Advertisements  of this nature are inserted in the Press at three cents a word  first insertion,  one   cent   a   word  each   subsequent   insertion  GJJLE  A  MIS-H6T  -Did   you   make- n-mis-hit---  the  time you  emoloycd the  Inst " bdp."  Don't worry. There are  lots of good fish in thc sea,  and a sure bait to catch them  is a Want Ad.  :npmtiH ivifl   *   ���������������������������'fust  S33..^^SKE?S9SS8-SS^������������������  Getting into the Home  Women buy more than  two-thirds the merchandise sold in retail stores  and every woman reads  the Classified Want Ads.  Our paper goes into the?  homes and the Want  Ads. v/ill reach the  Spenders.  ,V-VM<   '���������������������������*   *������������������    '  IN THE RACE FCR BUSINESS'  The gentleman on the tortoise  represents the man who does not  ndvcrtise���������������������������the one who tries to do  business as it was clone in the clays  of the tallow candle or the oil lamp.  Are you in the glare of the electric light���������������������������in the automobile of  Modern Methods?  Our Want Ads. are high voltage  batteries, whether you want light  or power���������������������������business publicity or  ' competent help  Taking ������������������si the Pilot  Our Classified Want Ads. will  pllct lho chip ef business to the  ���������������������������s-To harbor of commercial prosperity. Pecftia rsad the " Articles  fci* Sale" ad*. If you havo something to sell toll thom about It  Ona large mochlnory firm In  Toronta has built up Ita business  by u3Jnft Classified Want Ads. exclusively.  il  r ���������������������������  V  sUOatlj  mmmmz  A SQUARE PEG  a Round Hole  You may be alright, but if  you-are in the wrong position  you are like a square peg in a  round hole. You want a position where you fit.  This paper is read by intelligent business men, and a  Want Ad. in our classified  columns will reach them.  (Vip; rtfb**J 1*1 tj ft w UfO,M>  gjSESBWH'pBgq^^  SSSS^SSSESBSESaTaEEK^  He has no more use for his  "To Let" sign.  He used our Classified Want  Ads. and found a good tenant.  Classified Want Ads. are always  noticed. They ore rend with  interest by intelligent people  who are on the look-out for  favorable opportunities to fill  their requirements. Whether  your business be large or small  the Classified Want Columns  vrlll help you.  Find the Finder  If you found a purse your first  impulse would be to took In the  " Lost and Found " columns of  our paper.  If you have lost a pTTrse.ct-on't  you think the finder would do the  same.  If you wish to find the finder  uso our Classified Want Ads.  CoprHibt.4 IWI fcy H. W KcCvrd7 V  m^wqtm^^^wm^  tmsss^&mxmmsmEm  ���������������������������asaagas^^ ���������������������������gsagfi^--'ffi^  ������������������������������������������������������&%$&������������������?.: #
Thursday, July 3, 1913
J: S. JOHNSTONE The Scout-Law and What is Taught
Through the Boys' Organization
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Is prepared to furnish straight blocks
veneer   blocks,    cement   brick,  lawn
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also lime and cement.
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- The Duke of Connaught, Governor-General of Canada, in a recent speech, said: "There are 30,000Boy Scouts in Canada, where,
as in England, we have our deprecators. There are people' there
who do not believe in it, who imagine that there is militarism behind it. I have done my utmost to point out that if militarism is
the means of making boys respectable, respectful, moral and manly, then there is militarism at the back of it, and a very good thing
that it is?'
(I-)   A Scout's Honor is to be trusted.
If a Scout says, "On my honor it is so,"  that means  that
it IS so, just as if he had taken a solemn oath.
Similarly,  if a Scout Officer says, "I trust you   on   your    *
honor to do this," the Scout is bound to carry out the order
to the very best of his-ability, and to let  nothing  interfere
^with his doing so.'    '      '       - \ .   *>    ���������
If 'a Scout Avere to break his honor by telling a lie or by
not carrying out an order exactly when trusted'on his honor to do so, he may be directed to hand over his Scout
badge, and" neyer������ to wear it again.' He~~may .also "be directed to cease to be a Scout. ..    r
(2   A Scout is loyal to the King, and to his officers; and
to his parents, his country,-and his employers.        He   must    .
stick to them through thick and thin against'anyone'-who is    . -
their enemy or who'even talks badly of'them.    T   '
(3)   A Scout's ,Duty is to be useful and to   help  others.
* And-he is"" to do his duty before anything else, even* though
he'gives up his own" pleasure, or comfort,,of safety'to do it.
When in difficulty to know v which of two things " to "do, he
must ask himself, "Which is'my duty?"���������-that "is," "Which  is
best foi;". other people?."���������and do that one. .//He/ must   BE
PREPARED at any timejto save~life or to'help injured per-      , -
sons.     And he must try his best to do a-good turn to some;
"  body every day.'-   __     "'.--"������������������"'   *   ' - "_      ���������:���������-.
'E 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.
ers   _
'771 ^Pleasure Parties
,'���������-''*   I ani'inaugurating" a-regular serr
'vi.ee-for^fthe-summer' months"/,-on"Ma-
- b'el Lake",""making -the'Jtrip every, Sun-f.
" day. morning,/'or ��������� as-. otherwise required,    froni    Cottonwood' Point', to,
- the Mill';  Warehouse,    furnishing 'ray
���������" 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
grourids.*ii-\Prices" reasonable" for good
- serviced "*_" Address��������� -
- >: D- ABBOTT-     ;
'' -."  ,: ;-  ��������� ^Cottonwood' Point;
Daily trains-both vvays from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:
South      ' , North
bound STATIONS bound
read down read up
10.20  (Lv)' Sisamous  Jet   (Ar)  17.35
(4)   A Scout is V friend to'all, and a~~-.Brother',   to    every,
���������    other" Scout, no matter to what social" class/the",, other ".be;,
longs. '���������    _   "   "-"���������*,    ���������"//''_'- '.    - _, -Z-y   . ~i.y,~"[
Thus," if a'Scout meetsanbther Scout,[_y even   jthough - a
* "stranger to*him,~. he must-speak,tochim, and    help him in -. -
,, any way that he can", either .f,o' carry   oiit; the ; duty    he is-
��������� then doing, or by> giving-him food,    or," as far:as-possible,
- anything'-that-he may be in need of. - " A. Scout-must never-
/-   be a Snob.-'- A sriob-is* one who .-looks downL-upbnT another r  --
-'"     because-he is poorer, or   who is poor'and   resents another
-���������������--��������� because"he^is "richT .,_A"Scout accepts the other'man" as he "'"
-���������:   .finds^him, and makes the,best of him.    v** "7-���������"-_ ..!"';> ;.  - - / ,   >.
���������:y  ,-'rKim,-'*:. thef-Boy^Scput;''^vas "called by the';indians_ "Little -'
z' ' "friend^of thei;world,"_and^that isHhenameL"that/every Scout tl^
. -; should 'earn for" himself.o.- yZ/z./yy   '/-}'/ X./7--        7' -'. ���������
-���������. JV(5yyA- Sc6ut:;is;;Courteous: r-That is.'.the-.is.politeAto all���������v ���������
. ," but'-"especially 'tb""women and children' "and'old- people .and :in-" *"���������-.
.-"- -yalids," cripplesr,etc._ And he-must not'-take'*- any ..-reward J for.-" -
_. _."be'irig helpful" or'courteous. .1;.'...'^.".''.^.'.^..'^^ ..''     J
'���������\  / (6), A' Scout_is\a Friend "to' Animals.  /..'He'   'should, save . zj.;
, .-'. them-as far as .possible from.'pain,.'and should not kill any''"--;
"*-animal 'unnecessarily, *even"if it is .only a fly���������for." it'������^is.one..'  -'
of, God's  creatures. Killing-an. animal fpr food is" allowable., ���������" >
" ' ;-'_ (7) *A-Scouts Obeys brders.'bf his'- parents,.' "patrol "reader;''"
or'Scoutmasters-without-question.   .; -/-^  "     -������������������   ; .^.. /-,_-,    V
\ -Even if he gets an 'order-..he-dqes not.tlike he -must\do- as".- -
'"' soldiers-and "sailors-do,- he-must- carry] it'oufall, the same';"
-   "Because It IS His Duty; and after be. has done , it    h"e can "
.   . come arid state any'reasons against" it:'.,'but'he    must. carry "/'^
-_out the order at once. ,],That"is discipline.    '���������.    =    y. ' .-
*' (8) ;A Scout .smiles, and whistles under all'circumstances.'
\ .When he gets an_ order --he- should" obfy it cheerily and read--,
ily, -ript in a slow,!;hang-dog sort of way.,      \"~'"   ~.    ^ .-��������� "
���������Scouts never* grouserat hardships, nor whine at each other
nor swear .when put out.'"' ,,       " -        .           ���������'.'"/"'/'
.-When you miss a'train, or someone treads "on your  favor- .,
ite corn���������not that a Scout ought to have , such     things   as-
'_. coxns���������or_undir_any_annoyjng__circuir stances.      you should
You will find-us in /the BELL BLOCK BUILDING,
up against Bob Peel, and the,-Drug- Store. ���������-No room
t'o.grow imour" 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 thei world."   ,.-   -' ������ ->..." ��������� -       >-""-'   7^-y
Agent also for Chuich nnd Parlor Oruans     -     j.,J
*AUo l'"ire and Life Insurance >      -   _���������'
.,    Office in brick block opp. The W'alkor Press. -V
Enderby Agent
;Fire, Life, Occident
//���������IX-i'.i    INSURANCE, AGENCIESyf-' ��������� - *"���������;���������
REAL_ESTATCE,c'->y,-;,:  XiX*y   '\
l      Z: ������������������ ': \-Z ' Fruit 'Land -- Z 'Hay Land , '.
->     -    i-i, ���������'���������,    - - iTown.Lot*^.*" "'.   v    f Z
" The Liverpool &-London & Globe InsrCo.'-
.i.Thc Phoenix Insurance" Co. of'London'. 'Ji/Z/y/r/y���������yJ
'/��������� L'Jnddn"-Lan'ca3h'iI-e"-Fire Insurance'"Co'.i������s~-&'j;^������������^i^5^
, vRoyalInsuianceCo.,6f Liverpool (Life'depO, /Z!\:/i/ri"i.
^The London & Lancashir'e"Guara"ntee'^������^:?J-J_2y'^"''
������"_ i. "Accident Co., of Canada.f.
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12.50 (Ar)
Mara 1G.50
-Grindrod���������-- -1���������16.54
Ok. Landing
(Lv) 14.50
Gen. Pas. Agt.
Norman Grant
Plans and estimates
Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,
and all factory work. Rubberoid
Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows
We represent S. C. SMITH CO.,
'   , of Vernon
Russell Street Enderby.
force yourself to smile at once, and then- whistle a tune,
and yourwill be,all right.
A Scout goes about with a smile on and whistling. * It
cheers him and cheers other people, especially in time of
danger, for he keeps it up then all the same.
The punishment for swearing or using bad language is for
each offence a mug of cold water to be poured down the offender's "sleeve .by the'other Scouts. It was the punishment
invented,by the old British Scout, Captain John Smith,
""three" hundred "years"ago.      -       "" "".
4- I '
(9)   A Scout is thrifty,  that is, he saves every   penny  hc
can, and puts it into the bank, so that he may have money
to keep himself when out of work, and thus not make himself a burden to others;  or that* he may have moncy. to ns-
- sist others when thcy need it.
. The three fingers held up (like the three points of the
Scout's badge) remind him of his three promises in the
Scout's promise.-
(1) Honor God and the King.  ^
(2) Help others.
(3) Obey the Scout Law. ' .
When a Scout meets another for the first time in the day,
whether he is a comrade or a stranger, .he salutes with.the
secret sign of the half salute. .  ���������
He always salutes an "officer���������that is, a Patrol Leader, or a
Scoutmaster, or any commissioned oflicer of Hi.s   Majesty's
forces, army and navy���������with-'the full salute.
Also the hoisting of the. Union Jack, the colours of a regiment, the playing of "God Save the King," and any funeral.
An ambulance squad is this week to be established
in connection with the Scout work in Enderby. The
lectures and demonstration work will be given by
Dr.* H. W. Keith, The supplies for this squad work
is now in hand.
"And'when he>-"saw"him he passed
by on the -otlier^side'."���������Luke ,io-13.":'
We"go our Sways'''in    life too^much
- -r alone; -,-..  . jv , '. -r ' _   ./    "_
We^hoTd'ourselves too'"far. from all
���������'   our -kind; . /'.,'   "-     -    , :>-,>-
Too often are. u we.  deaf to'sigh'and
.'" ** moan, ^-- <* "'- * "    -' J >.
'.Too often to^the weak and" helpless
blind. ' ', -. /''  - .      ,.:"'
Too often,    where    distress' an'd. want
abide,    ..    "        '.������������������'���������    *"    "- /���������
" 1 " L Z * J1
We. turn' and., pass ~ upon "the, other
-' ' . side."   "���������-   -.,---        '     '"  '  -I
"Th'e other side"" is trodden smoothf
r.'    and worn      ' .     ' '
_By_fo_otsteps    p_as_sing   idly_^alljbhe.
1 Z~ I  .
\ day; . ��������� "    '. ."'--"���������
Where lie the bruised ones,, faint and
torn, -���������
Is seldom more than an untrodden
Our selfish    hearts   are    for our feet
the guide,
They   lead--us    by    upon "the other
,    side."., ��������� . ���������
It "shoulcl"~be_oiirsr~ "the"oil" and"wine
to pour
Into tlie bleeding wounds of stricken ones; "   ,
To lift thc smitten, thc sick and sore
And bear them where the stream of
mercy runs;
Instead,  we   look    about; thc way is
And so   we    pass    upon    "tlie other
side."    ' 4
O    friends   and    brothers,    hast'ning
down the years,
Humanity is calling each and all
In tender accents   born  of  pain and
To give potatoes a flavor add half
a teaspoonful of sugar, as well as
salt, when boiling. " This does not
make .them too sweet, but gives
them a delicious flavor.     -
"Coal-mining rights of-the;DominidnS"'
in "Manitoba, '��������� Saskatchewan ,'and /aV{--1>'
berta;    the- Yukon; /-.Territory;--. tKi,-V.
NorthwestJ_Territories"' and "a "portion ,
of: the'province of .British .Columbia,^r-
may be,,leased-for. a.' term bf*twentyf*$'
one'years-at "an   annual rental* of $r/-..v
an acre; "- Not -more- than. 2,560", acres"." ',
will be leased-to one applicant, .'""s y///.
' Application    for,; a~>lease must be/'
made by the    applicant in "person tortile Agent   or , sub-Agent-of the "dis-"
trict in which.rights applied for are,,  -,''
situated. ���������   .    -    -"     ,'   ���������':/-"'"������
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 a'ceom������->-
panied by a fee   for $5. which will be
refunded if the rights applied for t������re ���������
aot available,  but not otherwise.   A
royalty   shall   be paid, on    the mer-
ch a nta bl e_ on tput of-the mi ne - at-the ���������*������������������"_
rate of fivecerits'per 'ton.
The person operating tha mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns'   -
accounting for   the   full  quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay the "*
royalty therein.     If the coal mining
rights arc   not   being cperuted, such^- ,
returns should   be furnished at least *-��������� ���������
once a year.
Tlie lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee 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 bc made   to the Secretary of -
the Department   of the Interior, Ot-'
tawa, 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.
R. Chadwick
(certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,
Box 74, Enderby.
Pon31nyinffRtrnin.p������*clisroedand bred forilyearB
for ee-E3 alone, I5.0C0: Mothers of the contest
t>ullc(,f now at Victoria. Pen A, ten pullets, full
HisterB to pen in content, S1.00 per set. Pen 5,
^miliary, f2,00 per settinf,'. Ordei early, inquiries
coming: by every mail. .
II. 13. WABY, ENDERBY, B. C. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 3, 1913  KELOWNA TOBACCO  COMPANY  The following    notice to the shareholders of the    British North Ameri-  our travellers report business oh the  upgrade at increased prices.  Our industry   gives promise of as-,  suming its proper sphere, that of the  Fifth Semi-Annual  ���������������������������v  l  >ci.L0  Commences Saturday, 5th July  Ends Saturday, 19th July  VERYTHING in the store reduced with the exception  of Groceries ancl Liquors. Everything marked in  plain figures, with Special Sale Tickets\attached to show  GENUINENESS OF REDUCTIONS.  If you have not already received a copy of our 32-page  Sale Catalog, write us and we will  mail same by return.  .can Tobacco    Co., Ltd., of Kelowna,-Iprincipal crop in  any 'community so  recently appeared in the London Dai- j fortunate .as to "possess soil and cli-  ily Telegraph.       It   shows    how sue- mate suitable for its propagation.  A. W. BOWSER,  President ana General Manager  A cablegram was received by the  sibilities arc in store for thc Okana-! London agency of the Company sub-  gan from the tobacco industry. Thc|scciuent to the receipt ol' the Man-  climatic and soil conditions of the ager's report, stating that from Mar.  northern end of lhe Valley, are quite 21st Lo May lst fresh orders for 359,-  icessful the Company   has been under  'the management   of Mr. A. W. Bow-  I  ser.     It shows,  too. that great pos-  i as favorable for Lhe growth of tobac  jCO as   thc   conditions    in and about  ��������������������������� Kelowna,       This    should   make  the  J growth  of   tobacco    more general in  Lhe Okanagan.  The report says:   "The first year of  000 cigars nad been received.  Two years ago, when Mr. Holman,  who is now one of thc experts of the  above company had a try-out made  in Enderby of   tobacco    growing, rc-  business shows a   net profit of $131,-'ported  that thc Enderby-grown  sam-  821.29, out of which a dividend of 10'pics  of    tobacco    submitted to  him  Demonstration of  Hudson Bay ��������������������������� Tea  Each day of Sale,   from 2 to 5:30 p. m.,  with   lig'ht    refreshments,    FREE.  per cent, for thc year' has been paid,  .?50,000 placed to reserve, and $31,-  S21.29 carried forward.  "Attention   is    called    to   the fact  fact   Lhat    on    March    21,   1913,   the  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  FOR SALE���������������������������Registered Red Poll bull  "Red Chiel," 20 months old, price  "Red Chief," 20 - months old, price  ?G0; four-year-old black mare and  colt; 3-year-old gelding; 2-year-old  gelding; 1-year-old gelding. G.  Murdock. Enderby.  HAY PRESSING-Orders now taken.  Orders filled in order received. Al  Tomkinson,  Enderby-Deop Creek.  FAMILY- SEWING���������������������������Dressmaking, and  pressing and cleaning, promptly attended to by Miss Lena Carlson, in-  the Crane   building,    next to  City  Hall, Enderby.  were of' a very high quality���������������������������finer in  texture, in fact, than any ho had yet  grown at Kelowna, ��������������������������� and he strongly  WANTED���������������������������Experienced  white help for  the Perisian Laundry. Address,  Mrs. Frank  J.  Field,  Armstrong.  advised our producers to go into thc  business of tobacco raising, promis-  | close of the fiscal year, we had on j ing them very lucrative returns. "We  ihand orders tor over 1,000,000 cigars ' understand that Mr. Bowser holds ; STRAWBERRIES���������������������������Choice; by thc lb,  | (which would have shown a net pro- out equally good inducements if our! or ton;-10c; crated $3.00; f. o. b.  ! fit of $21,000) which had accumulated producers would give tobacco-grow- Grindrod, or at our farm. Ber-  during the    last   few weeks prior to \ ing a try-out. . nard Rosoman  tho    occupancy    oi    our new factory  TWENTY    WINDOW    DISPLAYS  and Qepartmental Showings  unexcelled by any coasL city stores  ���������������������������az-amaixxn.rs.TaiaaEaxn;%BXXZMl g-srs'i-'-ffljaajv'oro-r.cwj^^  building.       These    orders  for  cigars  were secured    during   our last year's  The  Horticultural  Society  of  Armstrong is   preparing   to give a good  me I  JL  BARNARD AVENUE  s������������������  A.   %..  >ay otore  VERNON, B. C.  -      !  tt  Maintains its HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY. Each  Sack-contains flour that'will act like the last sack, and  always give you GO.OD results in BREAD baking. "We  exercise no end of CARE in" CLEANING aud WASHING  wheat, and also in milling our Moffet's Best Flour. This  all means  success to the baker.  YOUR   GROCER   SELLS   IT  If   he   does not,   call   up   our   office,    'Phone   41.  COLUMBIA - FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited.  'OF    CANADA  Paid-up Cajiital.Rcscrve Fund ��������������������������������������������������������������� Q7C Oft A  and Undivided Profits (Over) %>O90 s. 09\fl)V  Total Assets (Over)    $89,000,000  work,  and   had    they  been  delivered; day of sports in connection "with the  before the   close   of our  fiscal year,'regular fall exhibition,  would have shown   a very handsome} ���������������������������;  increase in earnings. - It is significant also that the cost of obtaining  this- business was borne during the  year just closed.  "In reporting on last season's crop  (the first grown in British Columbia  under expert guidance), we wish to  convey to the shareholders ��������������������������� our  heartiest congratulations on the condition of the portion under preparation,   and  to - assure    them  that in  11 finality, texture,, character, and  smoking properties it far exceeds our  expectations, and we look forward to  |j -increasingly splendid results from  our distributing department when we  can begin the manufacture of this  leaf, which-1 has been most carefully  handled from the beginning, and  "which will, improve our present-high  standard, in our estimation,, 100 per  cent. We will have planted this season in the neighborhood of, 575 acres,  a portion of which will be planted by  "outside farmers,' under the supervision of thc company's experts.  "Our sales are on the increase, and'  FOR SALE���������������������������4-room cottage, bungalow type, with 1 to 5 acres bearing  orchard 'attached. * Also several  blocks of 5 to 10 acres; fruit and  alfalfa land. Apply to owner, Geo  R. Lawes, Enderby   Heights. tf  li for Piano Certificate at Woods'  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Gardener, landscape and  jobbing gardener.'  Money Promptly  Banked  as soon as you receive"! t is much  more likely. t"o be saved "than if  you keep it around in the house or  your pocket. It cannot be, lost,  stolen or burned, and is far less  likely-to be spent."      '���������������������������'. -  ~;   -"'  -With a deposit of-a dollar or  more you can open ah account  with the Union Bank,* bearing  interest, aud receive a Passbook!  Why put it off?  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Na  MRS. O. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking " parlors to the Matthews house, on - Oliil St., west of  George.  CLEANING, PRESSING & REPAIR-  ing, plain sewing, dressmaking.Miss-  "Airth 'has -.opened a "'sewing room in  the building formerly-,occupied by  The Walker Press,", Enderby, where-  she will.be pleased to .meet all desiring lier" services.    "    "���������������������������"   -/'���������������������������".-"/"_  OLD -PAPERS���������������������������By the bundle.  Walker Press, Enderby."  The  c--a*sa*g2arjfaafcii^^  -ifiy  iiy>Ztyz.r*\\  JymXKXMlA  ,! /-. -/tyJ/'s-y - jj ��������������������������� / ��������������������������� ��������������������������� yyy'-zvrrpr.   t/-: -M -fir**���������������������������' Y /:   hr7, liitXi  ^���������������������������j /ypiiJi-ji^  X^i/f/f*  IF  VOU   ARE LOOKING  POR   A  SI������������������yr   OF    HOME-MADE   HARNESS,  IT  WILL    PAY   YOU    TO  GET MY PRICES. IN   STOCK:   SADDLES,  WHEPS7--UIT8,- SPUKS,-- BRUSHES -AND -EVERYTHING  -IN-THE HARNESS LINE.  FAIR    WEAR   OR    FREE     REPAIRS.  REPAIRING     DONE     PROMPTLY AND ONLY BEST MATERIAL USED  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St., Enderby  imwwiiuwwhwwwihi' win���������������������������i mmmm'mtm  The   Armstrong  Greenho uses  WE^ have fresh cucumbers, tomatoes and  other vegetables for sale;  flower ancl vegetable plants  of all kinds; cut flowers,  bouquets, sprays, wreaths  at all times.  SHEEP   "FOR    SALE���������������������������One  "ram,  25 -  ewes and 23 lambs.- H. F.  Cowan,-  ���������������������������Enderby.. ��������������������������� . ���������������������������-"''.  ������������������f#    * SISMBMS  -Bianwioiwi���������������������������j  Alwyne Buckley  PHONE   111     ARMSTRONG  WILD YOU LIKE -A -PIAKO-?jTHINK OF IT: A PIANO GIVEN AWAY  FINED FIVE DOLLARS  "It was a shame to bring this ac-j  tion here," commented Magistrate  Shaw this morning in imposing a  fine of .?5 on Reginald Gardom, found  guilty of technically assaulting G.K.  Williams.' The action, which caused  considerable interest owing to thc  prominence of the parties concerned,  was commenced against several other  well-known club men as well as Mn  Gardom, but thc magistrate dis-  misscd the charge against them on  the evidence of the prosecution. Mr,  A. D. Taylor asked for a stated case,  which Magistrate Shaw-refused.(this  morning.���������������������������Vancouver Province.  In order to "demonstrate  our thankg for your past,  patronage, also to induce ���������������������������  you to continue your esteemed  favors,  we have  arranged to give to some *  oTO^f^m'==custDniers=a==  present  consisting  of a  Beautiful Upright Parlor  Grand Piano.   The value  of this instrument is $400  and it is guaranteed by  the makers for a. period.  of ten years.  Wc have nominated 160 ladies in  Enderby and surrounding district,a������������������  contestants* for thcbonutiful instru---  niont, which will bo presented on Dec.  31st to the lady having recorded the  largest number of votes by thnt date.  For the noxt six months, common-  cmg July 1st, wo will present with  every CASH purchase ono piano vote  for every cent spent In our store.  Contestants for this beautiful instrument can, through their friends,  influence these votes in their favor.  Bulletins will be published weekly  showing standing of contestant!). Call  at our store and ask for particulars.  RULES   OF   CONTEST  1.  2.  3.  A.  5.  Name of Contestant will not be known.  Name of Contestant will not bc published.  Every  Contestant is  credited with   2,000  votes to start with.  Every Contestant gets a number.  Standing- of Contestants' numbers published  weekly.  All votes must be  brought in-for recording  on Wednesday and Thursday each week.  7.   Votes must not be written upon.  S.   Tie votes  in. packages  with  Contestant's  number antl the  amount on top slip only.  9.    Color of votes will  change  and must be  recorded weekly.  10. Votes are transferable  only, before record  ing.  11. Contestant having  the largest number of  votes on Dec. 31st wins the Piano.  12. Candidates not bringing in personal votes  will be dropped.  A


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