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 ^  $���������������������������  a  ;  A  B  ,4-  I-  P'i 4  It  if  i" <\  Enderby, B.C.,   July 17, 1913  ^X^>AY%,  WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol/6; No. 20; Whole No.'-280  *���������������������������>** '-1  Local News of Genj#aUntferest and General News of LocalInterest  LOCAL NEWS BOILED DOWN  The true   religion    i3- the religion  - which we believ-e���������������������������all others are false.  Mr. W. A.    Davies,    of Vancouver,  spent the week-end with Mr. Geo. B.  Johnston.  A number of Enderbyites made the  -trip-to Armstrong   yesterday to* see  the Wild West Show.  Mr. W. J.f-Lemke, sales manager of  the Okanagan Saw    Mills, Ltd., left  i  Tuesday on a.trip_east.  The Girl's .Guild gave an ice cream  social in * the' basement   of', St. Ari-  -T 4 (^  drew's church Monday evening.   .  Mrs. Fl R.. Prince returned from an  iKt extended / trip" through th'e eastern  ���������������������������V varid - southern  ^states'- Tlast -' Fridayr  .* 1-      V "'-.:"'. - - '    ���������������������������'  -, A "��������������������������� boat vhousej. floated1 ,*��������������������������� down. the"  .. _river - Sunday ���������������������������-., night s_ and ^.lodged; on  ;^. the "'sandbar, near'Mrl Brown's home.  ~T-It is estimated-that 30,000 boxes' of  apples'will be/shipped* from the-Oka-  nagah' to'���������������������������**" Australia-  this season,' at  -   $i.4o,a~bW;/ X? * >\ ���������������������������;���������������������������.' .;/-.--  Miss    Juanita   Ambrose,  .who .'has  been spending, the past half year>with'  AI her 'parents here will:leave this, weelt"  for the coast.       -        ,  It is reported that tahe-Rev.', Mr.  Reed has accepted the post of vicar  of St. George's church, vice-Rev. Mr..  Hilton, resigned,.    '    '   "  l     ''  *  d   .  A meeting.of   the Hospital Auxil-  elled about 'df'tj������������������ood   deal since <*������������������fieri, | / Rev. D. Campbell has tendered hi  | but says    He ~found "nothing which ! resignation as pastor oi the Presby-  i suited him|/l)fetter-^than the, district ���������������������������*~~i���������������������������   -1-���������������������������u        ���������������������������-    -������������������ u" ���������������������������---  about End$rb!y  s������������������  r \y/  ,, .-.       - ������������������^ y  There is said to .be nothing' better  for building������������������\up a child "weakened by  a seige of    whooping,,- cough than a  tasteless preparation "of cod liver oil  with malt.    .There is nothing in such  a preparation -to   injure   the child,  and the well-known merits of the oil \  . Ir i  and malt   are   sure  beneficial results.,'  terian   church.       Mr. . Campbell has  THE BALKAN BUTCHERY  London,    July 14. ��������������������������� The  to bring 'about  ��������������������������� Have you paid    your water rates ?  It is now too late to obtain the discount of-   10 per i cent,c   but you can  still save money by paying up beiore, probably    would  the. end'of the'-month, as,.under the"[Mr/Peacock has'  been pastor of this church for many army is - advancing by forced march  years. Until a ,few years ago he from Catalja and "Bulair, apparently  handled both Armstrong and Ender- with the.consent of Greece and Ser-  by, with his residence at the (former via, to" attempt the- recapture of  place. When the work of the field Adrianople'and .Thrace.'" -  increased, Mr. Campbell severed his '*"Saloniki, ' July 15.���������������������������The Greek com-  cqnnection with . Armstrong and has .mander reports^. __,.- that - Bulgarian  since made Enderby' his home. ( He troops fleeing;, before the/-advancing^  is a .pastor of deep convictions and Greek's yesterday burned tlie.! villiage  a preacher of , power." For some* of Doxat,,' south of -Drama,'on the  months .he    has    felt    the need of a railroad between that place and-Ka-,  was common to either. the Port"Nel-*  -  son or Fort Cnurchill routes was- let  Turkish  so that;there could be"no.delay.' An  expedition was   sent, north-with lex-  pert engineers' on board to select-the,  best harbor and; to   make a further/  inquiry as to the,route.   As a result'  Port Nelson was ��������������������������� selected and-'an^en-''  gineer with staff spent .the whole "fall A[./y0if;A  and last winter, on the* gro'undilaying^-^-'yJ-'Art  "outithe^new harbor; " -The contract  change in   pastoral" fields,.and when  he> left for   the   east   on a, vacation  some weeks ago-he intimated, that h~  not return.     Rev.  new regulations,- rates are .payable at- st;  par. till "July: '31st..'"After ,"tha������������������.date  all water fates ' will**- be, increased*' by  10��������������������������� per cent. " ��������������������������� *'-"--"."- . J z " t ""  '.",' A/,  c^The -progress '-otHa business"house'  vala,-and   massacred'  500 of the .inhabitants.    ������������������,,  _. .   ',-;  /."'-  -The-fortunes of ,war seem-'to,have  turned   against   Bulgaria" within J the  . filled ..the' pulpit -Yn'jpast   week/ Greece 'arid i Servia- are  Andrews church in- his absence.  " JOHN" MOSER ,'DEAIK  follqwing*' up their victories ' 6ver-=the  Bulgarian v. army;, and^ have '.inflicted  terrible ._ punishment;-'.upon"fth'emrfor  the_\. atricities.-^committed' upon A the  men,",4women'.ari(i; children by^the Bul-  gars as,,they]fled]Irojm"the)>yirtorioiis  allies.-. -It is.reported"���������������������������that the-.number .'killed and* wounded" iri,,the,recent'  engagements-.will,reach 50,000^6rr60,-  000,/ arid- the'^ property -loss",is Tbeyond  belief.-    i   >-.-.    ,   *--.-,���������������������������!., '-  r;---"3-''^ ~  .'     '     4        ���������������������������-" " - ' '        ^ ' "*   -   ' "-f     I */.,p',.41.  Aotiva     fi crY\-������������������intr.   hoc:   ftr\tnnr.\:4.'r^    U*-������������������i������������������p  '-_Recently "some [valuable-'inyestiga^'-a^^;^  tions"haveC been"/carried- on, in Ohio'*"1'X'X^y  with;.,regardv-,to;" pYofits/in" P/o"ultfy^/r^a������������������g  keeping/;<The*best resultss'cariie'from&Vi"-';%:"4%$  a' farm-flock^of '96,fowls,..which .gave������������������*&"-W>  a --net ^profit r for-. the,i year, ������������������above^feeder ^"^>%"^:^  ai^.:laborof.;$237;37;^or^J2.4^eMh^  The jldwest"results/were', from a" towriiv  "   *r y\-'-- -'-      " <���������������������������*     '".-v - AU '" -   ~"       "-���������������������������r4 -p^"' f- I"rz"     -.,  flock-;of; 30 yfowls;1,^which"gave -ajnet*-,-  Ios8'.of/$27.90^for7/a loss1?of 93-"cents?'"'  -_r *.v -^        XiJ~~      ���������������������������������������������;   f,  '������������������������������������������������������' " "  each.  ~.������������������w~. ./; 0ut'".'-,:bf i;twelve" towri^'flocks';*^ -. ������������������*-r-;-K.-i  ������������������ -���������������������������- .-   '   ;y i-r.- r -..v..  ,   .. - ,t.y. ,?���������������������������  Z-;f >-yyy?\  four * showed ,-a ^lossVifwhile^.of .'eighteen?4'7<;4--;v-i3;l  'farm'-flnnlH' r^������������������W* Xitr, r~/\Li\Z,2*. -^^J^l^^'V^.^fH  :y Word",was,������������������- received nr from/- S aanich';'  is measurediby th'e-:energetic"'work of Vancouver;Island; ^n.Tuesdaybof ^he  its owner.-and   employees. ;<less the |su^en. death'there!'of/John, Moser,  dead    weight ..thatv'they:-: carry -in lthe. Pjpneer, settler ;0f-Mara, and^one  drones.'    'The "progress; :oU:city ^s of the best-known- characters -in-the  the." net! sum';of .'the -charabteristks^ of j ^tor of the. province. -Twenty-five  its' citizens.*" ��������������������������� The^iTe" one? diove Tt ���������������������������'^Ts7ago7 or  thereabouts, deceased] ^^ ,   , _,;%  forward] \The -dead ones,.the .knock- !^Cate? ������������������" ^ ^choice piece;of.laiid 'on |    Active "fighttng-has  ers,- the selfish'one's.T the ones.Who al-[ ^ara ^ake; ^He:was accompanied >y [fa.-^ng;th'e^ ������������������-few d  ways want-to do,something^?, hold "fi������������������; Mos������������������J������������������ ."*:;���������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������"they,raised>;not >known "whet^r., ^ -  -iibaek.   Whirh way arejyou FJillV]^^^^^ tg^the actio^of |pared^tb-70:in-thV 0own ;fl9cks^  On this, return to the coast after his ' veloping   a    very.. productive   farm. | th,f"P������������������wers ,ori'the massing of troops,; The ^profits,'--therefore,, With 5. farm  recent trip,  through,  the" ;New< West-' For t^ past", year'or *; two Mr~"Moser ibut-it--is .stated'- that- neither Servia flnrks'-rtirt nn������������������ 'op!m;; fr^-Th������������������.^i  m:nster, .diocese,,. Bishop, De Pender'had suffered, considerably "froi heart'"������������������r W* hasLPaid. ������������������ny attentioilto  announced., that, good ^progress "is be-, trouble,- and   he   finally gave up all'RuSSla S    Pr������������������P������������������sal , that  lary will be held at the home of the, ing made in tbe'.proposed division" of nard    work'     after   disposing of his ' b������������������^tlhtleS*  prtsidentlThursdgJ-afternoon./July the present Anglicari/diocese into two; ^ . . ^    ,,���������������������������. r-  24, at 3 o'clock. "iparts, the northern "part of which to nnri-famiiw ���������������������������* MQro ������������������nA ���������������������������,.,��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� *������������������ *i,_ onIy'on the-field, without intervention town flocks and one commercials flock  by any third party,, anh- unless Bul--averaged 97 cents per' fowl ^yearly; as  compared-'with    an - average Vof 61  cents on 18 farms.'"���������������������������'.   *��������������������������� /'.'.,."-/������������������  Sofia   to- enforce   acceptance .of tthe  that the new   diocese   will be in-ac-inTproving    in    general * Vealtk"Vis , SerVO"Greek terms' '      "',  tive work   in the    beginning   of the sudden death came a^ a shock to his'   The brutality of til* B������������������l&arian sol-  many-friends��������������������������� and-thT-symrathy^f^dierS^wh0=haVe=been"beaten=in=battle^  .i-if, ���������������������������  :;. ^r-'^f  Z-'v^l-.i  i z. \zs-t x.L  ,r';yhn-o\  V I  24, at 3 o'clock  Sixteen    hundred s dollars   was the  amount taken    in  "oyer the counters  at Bob Peel's sale the first'two days.  Not so bad   for   these   tight money  - days.  Dr. Crawford will be in his dental  =^office^foE^the^next^wcek-or-ten^days^y-g^-r'' ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������---���������������������������  to, finish up ��������������������������� his   Enderby cases pre-1   A , pretty  paratory to  .Arm oflice.  ,Miss Prances Johnston, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B., Johnston, has  arrived home from college, in Vancouver, for the holidays, accompanied  by Miss Olive Davies.   Anglican-"services���������������������������will- be held- at  Grindrod school- house at 3 o'clock  on Sunday, July 27th, by< Mr. C. W.  Silk, and thereafter every fourth  Sunday.     All are welcome.  The Enderby Knights of Pythias  did not go to Vernon last Sunday to  take part in the Pythian church parade. It rained continuously all day'  Sunday, and the parade was postponed.  Mrs. F. Pyman returned from a  brief visit to New Denver last Thursday morning, accompanied by Mrs.  E.. Shannon and son, who will spend  a few weeks visiting friends in Enderby.  The picture shows at the Opera  House are drawing t wei] and the  management hopes to see a full  house at their Saturday evening special, which they promise will be fully  up to those of prevous weeks.  H. E. C. Harris, representing the  B. C. Nurseries Co., of Vancouver,  has bought a place a few miles north  ,on the river and will cover the local  field this season for the company.  Mr. Harris was a resident of this  section some 20 years ago, when the  railroad construction into the Valley,  made things boom.      He   has trav-  they cease  They.. appear determined  negotiate,, - peace s with  Bulgaria  ��������������������������� , ��������������������������� ___- ���������������������������0_ ^ _��������������������������� _ -,---. ptupciLy   uneiests,  leaving ivirsavioser " -  parts, the northern pkrt of Which to and-family at Mara and" going to the  be known as the    Missionary/See of coast(4 thinking the change would be" .    .  Cariboo..     The   synod .for the elec- beneficial.   '   He   has    made frequent''gan& ProYes; amenable it-is expected  tion of"the new bishop will be assem--trips to Enderby anh Mara since go-,th ���������������������������an' advance" wiU be "made'upon  bled in-the autumn, and.it is hoped ing to the co^t] and appeared to be"  flocks "did riotw arise^frorii^the-ldifferF/Vf  ence Yn~vegg' production,*.but^ rather"/i?*  from,"the lower cost, of; feed -and 'la^f-'-"  bor and from -the methods/of ���������������������������-marir-^-1'  agementr ^   . The - cost" of * feed 'for 12  wedding   took place at  leaving for his .Salmon, the Hazelmere Ranch Saturday noon  j when Miss Isabelle Turner, sister of  Mrs. Thos. Skyrme, became the bride  of Mr. E. Skyrme, Rev. Mr. Henderson, of Armstrong, officiating. Mr.  and Mrs. Skyrme will reside on the  Hazelmere, the groom being associated _with ,his__brother-- in -the' ownership and operation of this valuable  property* A" large number of friends  gathered to witness the ceremony,  and to partake of the bountiful hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Thos.  Skyrme.  Road Superintendent Lang was in  Enderby Saturday looking into the  matter of roads. - It is .understood  that Mr'. Lang intends to have work  start at once on the road through  Glen Mary to Deep*Creek. ' The Government engineer went over the proposed road some weeks ago, and his  report was favorable, and the Works  Department set aside $3000 to be  spent this season on its construction. '  The work will not be done by the  regular road gang, under Foreman  McKay owing to the fact that this  gang is now engaged on the construction of the motor road to Salmon  Arm. A practical road builder will  be put in charge of the work, with  teams and laborers to be picked up  locally.  the community is extended to his-be  reaved family.   .  ' Mr: Moser's death took place in a  cabin he had recently built for himself at Mt. Tolmie. He had not been  seen about the place by neighbors  since July 3, and it is surmised he  died in his bed that night, and his  bodyjay on'-.Jhe.bed. untilldiscovered  by neighbors entering the cabin. Interment will take place at Mara on  Friday afternoon.  PUBLIC FOREST REVENUE  How the new Forest Branch of the  is reported to be beyond description  and is such' as to- make the world  shudder. Many people were cricified,  hacked to pieces' 6r burned alive by  the maddened Bulgars, who committed incredible outrages on women  of all ages, many of whom died from  the effects.   \ The condition  of those  who   escaped    is ��������������������������� lamentable, - Rich  merchants are dying of hunger, while  wretched mothers are trying to find  covering and food for their naked and  '-."r  JOIN THE0SUNSHINE'CLUB  HUDSON BAY RAILWAY  After fifteen    years of waiting and  Lands Department of the Provincial fifteen years of promises, thc West is  Government is working is perhaps,at last'seeing the Hudson Bay Rail-  better ascertained from a perusal of | way beini; rapidly rushed to comple-  the    monthly    statement" of revenues .tion.     All the Hudson Bay Railway  y���������������������������  taken in    from    the   various sources {was ever used for   by thc politicians , T.  over which the branch exercises juris- '.then in power was as an election cry.       . ,  the month of May the . in the West.      Before  Cease to be a pessimist.  ' Canada1 ;  is making   steady    progress in spite "  of*the croakers   and    grumblers'and' .  calamity seekers.     The" trade returns'-,  are good.       The   bank managers are  riot pinching legitimate business con-   -  cerns.     The    rate   of   progress may \  not be as rapid as it was last year,  .  but the progress   itself is;more .gen:/���������������������������,  uiner���������������������������Production in Canada" will~be  as large    this   year /as last,  if not  larger.  Join the_ Sunshine Club. There are  just as manyjiours of sunlight each  day, just as -much rain each month,  and just as many opportunities in  Canada as there ever were. Don't  be affected by the sad harpings of a  few youthful, impecunious . stockbrokers, but rather keep your eye on  the bigger and older business makers*  never pessimistic���������������������������simply  The    stock-brokers     may  UlCtlOn.    r or     Km.  iuuuipu  \ji   uLixy   lhc , ni   uuc   iicoi, joyiuit;     every   cunuesL   ��������������������������� , .. ,-.,*.*.  tables have just been issued, and ] in that particular part of the coun-! h^w d��������������������������������������������� the price of 0. P.. R.  they reveal the fact that more than! try where the railway was demanded ! J*0* bu* 8" Th������������������maS 8*aughnessy  a Quarter of    a    million dollar*- w���������������������������0 LnBf���������������������������������������������   ���������������������������,p������������������    flisniov^    ������������������i+h ^^,.  laughs and orders    improvements to  the extent of    a hundred  millions.���������������������������  million dollarsl was | posters   were    displayed    with state-  that period.     This ments in regard    to the speedy con-  Riverdale is one hundred  excellent land devided into  blocks.     H. W. Harvey.  acres of  ten-acre  Riverdale.  W. Harvey.  What is it ?     Ask H.  a quarter of a  collected within  is not a record, for during February  and April this total was,greatly exceeded, but at the same time it demonstrates that the work is very  heavy. For the purpose of comparison the following totals are given:  January, $230,731; February, $270,-  273; March, $237,512; .April, $292,331;  May, $254,810.  We are offering our household furniture at private sale. A piano, sewing machine and large roll-top desk  included. J. E. WALKER,  At Murphy orchards, Elson corner.  struction of the road, and the promise, that it would be a't once built  was freely made. After election the  project was conveniently forgotten  for another four years.  When Hon. Frank* Cochrane went  into office as Minister of Railways he  found the department without any  practical information as to best  routes, suitable ports of the feasibility of navigation in the straits  and on Hudson Bay. With all possible energy he set about securing  this information, while the contract  for r that portion   of   the road which  Canadian Courier.  Go to Joe's ice cream parlor when  you want a refreshing soft drink 'or  a cooling dish of cream.*  Those ten acre  are being sold on  Harvey.  lots at Riverdale  easy terms.   H.W.  There is nothing to be afraid of,  and there is nothing worth scrapping  about.  Every Riverdale lot has a frontage  of its full width on the river. H.W.  Harvey. cl  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 17, 1913  BUILD  UP  THE  CHILDREN  After the seige of children's  complaints that have been epidemic recently the children are  all run down: They need a  tonic to assist them to get back  the strength they have lost,  and there is nothing better i'or  for them than a tasteless  preparation of  COD LIVER OIL WITH MALI  They respond immediately to it  WE    HAVE   IT !  A. REEVE  Druggist & Stationer  ClifT St. . ' Enderby  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  every  Thursday at  Ender.by, B.C. at  S2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates; Transient. 50c an inch first  insertion, 25e each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. SI an inoh per month.  Loyal Notices: 12l a line first insertion; 8c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Keadinjf Ntiices and Locals: 15c a line.  JULY 17. 1913  CONTRARY TO    AGREEMENT  G.  PROFESSIONAL  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  Local subscribers using' thc telephone service the past week received  notice from the Okanagan Telephone  Company to the eflect that on ancl  after August lst, 1913, thc telephone  rental will be ������������������4 per month, with a  rebate of $1 if-paid on or before the |  15th of the month for which the rental is due. This is'for business telephones. The rate for residence service is raised to ?3 per month. The  company gives as a reason for mak-  all. These Orangemen should get  wise to the fact that the baseball and  other attractions were placed on the  program by the local celebration  committee to draw the crowd, not to  accommodate the ball players and  other sports. The games were not  called under privilege. Thcy were advertised hy thc celebration committee, and the public paying at the  gate (Orangemen did not pay) had a  right to demand that the events advertised and placed upon the program be pulled oil. If there was any  intrusion it was on the part of the  Orangemen themselves, who failed to  carry out their part of the program  as the local lodge arranged it and  published it, and attempted to break  in upon time and place allotted by  the program committee for other  things, which the public had paid to  get into the grounds to see. r-  LUMBERMEN DID  NOT MEET  Hon. W. R. Ross, Minister of Lands,  this increase in rates that it has expected  an  important  delegation   of  all subscribers on'the- Provincial    lumbermen    to meet  him yesterday for the purpose of dis-  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon.  9 to 10:30  Afternoon. 3 to -1  Evening. (i:30 to 7:I<n  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. ClifT and GeorfceSts. ENDERBY  TjlNDERBY   COTTAGE   HOSPITAL  ���������������������������     MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, S20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness, S2.50per day.  ENDER1J Y, fl. C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  ing  decided to    place  the same footing.  ��������������������������� The Okanagan Telephone Company cussing the royalty ciuestion and en  may be quite sincere in its desire to|deavoring to arrive at a proper basis  place-all subscribers on the same for fixing the rates definitely and per-  footing. We do not doubt that it is. .manently, but the 'delegation did not  But the company forgets, or is at- |come on account of the fact that the  tempting to forget or overstep, the meeting of the Lumbermen's Assoeia-  conditions of the agreement between tions, representative of the Coast  the City of' Enderby and'the com- and Mountain Districts, held .in -Van- i  pany's predecessors, under which the'eouver on the previous day, did not  old company's    system was installed'succeed in  bringing  together  a  quo- j  in  Enderbv.        Under this agreement! rum of the members, and consequent-;  j j  the old company was given free use:ly the business had to be abandoned. ;  of the streets for the erection of poles ��������������������������� It was intended that the' meeting of!  and other purposes,'   for a period of _ the lumbermen' should draw 'up a list;  Section 4,  of the agree-  of proposals in regard to the royalty  question  for    submission to the Min-  H. E. BLANCHARD  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  knderby Lodpe No. 40  .tegular meeting's first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. in. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  ^tC3^yI- 0' 0- F-  *Qs^^~~^~~~^:S<^Z'   Eureka Lodge. No. 50  Meets every Tuesday evening :tt So'clock, in I. O.  O. F. hall,  Metcalf block.    Visiting brothers always    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY.    N. G.  HOWARD LOGAN, V. G.  R. E.WHEELER, Secy,  J. li. GAYLORD. Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Ilall. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  JOHN HURNHAM, C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND, K.K.S.  T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts. Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  T. E. RODIE. Enderby  25  years,  ment reads:  "The Company in entering into ister, but failing this, thc secretary  contracts with the owners and occu-, of the Mountain Lumbermen's Asso-  piers of dwellings, business premises, jciation, Mr. A.'E. Frank, came over  hotels, halls, factories, shops and to the capital and informed the Min-  other places, to supply telephone ac-, ister of the situation. As no ar-  commodation in connection with said ' rangements were, made for another-  system, shall charge therefor a sum j meeting, it is questionable when the  not more than Two Dollars for pri; matter will come up again.���������������������������Victoria  vate  dwellings    and 'not more than | Colonist f  Three Dollars--for * business premises'  per month." ' .  The Okanagan Telephone Company  may claim that it is not bound by  any'agreement entered into by .the  old company, but we fail to see how  it is going to evade Sectioir-11 of the  agreement which provides that���������������������������  "This agreement shall be binding  upon and enure to . the benefit of as  well the parties hereto as their respective successors and assigns.,;  SPOUT  AND    SPORT  WON'T  MIX  POLITICAL  T?NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  -^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN,  President.  I-I.  M. WALKER  Secretary.  There was considerable complaint  on the part of some of the speakers  appearing to talk from the grand  stand at the Recreation Grounds on  Saturday, the Glorious 12th. They  found it difficult to make themselves  heard any distance, since everybody  appeared to be interested in thc field  sports more than in the speakers or  what the speakers had to say. And  thp. complaint.���������������������������nf-tbPSP-KpPfikprs-was  Ii you r  haveland  to sell  List it  If  you  wit.  h me.  want to  ^^&'  that all sports should be cut out of  the 12th of July celebrations in the  future so as to give the speakers a  chance to be heard. *  The point is well taken. After thc  failures of the past two celebrations  to carry out thc sports programmed  it is high time the'Orangemen stopped the practice of attempting to  hold sports and speechmaking at the  annual celebrations. Tt surely is a  poor advertisement for the order to  program sports attractions for thc  day and then not pull them off. At  Kelowna last year, they failed to  pull oil what they advertised, and the  same complaint could have been made  in connection with thc celebration at  knderby last week, though the com-  i mittee on sports insisted upon pulling  of! as    much   of the program as  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of the Mara District is now out.   GET   ONE,  t  Chas. W. Little  EldernellOrchard, Mara. B._C-  Bank of Montreal  "Established 1817  Capital,  $16,000,000 '��������������������������� 'Rest,  516,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 3. 'J. ;M-. Q.  President, R. 3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presiciei. ,H.-V. Meredith .  BRANCHES IN LONDON,' ENG., NEW-iYORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT '"'���������������������������  Deposits received from $1 upwards, aud  interest allowed- at current rates.  Interest credited ,.J0th  June and 31st December.     .'       ".    ���������������������������'/������������������ ' - V  KNDERBY BRANCH  A.  E.  Taylor,. Manager'  in:  - -"Enderby ���������������������������'is a"charming��������������������������� villiage with eity airs;"  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon-  oft' his feet he came here, . and - now ... owns one of  finest brick hotels in rthe country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his.  hotel the King Edward. . In addition to the ex-  ' cellence of the meals, breakfast is-served up to 10 .  , o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists.".  ���������������������������   - (Extract from Lowery"s Ledge.) - -  DOlrVNri.A.lM     GZ. ! daylight   would    prrmit,    even  under  GILDEMEESTER  CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS  ENDERBY, B.C.  Estimates  and    drawings  submitted  cheerfully  Furniture  made  to  order  Office and Shop in Poison Block  On GlirT .Street     George  I protest from some of the officers of  i the visiting lodges., who persisted in  an efTort to interrupt thc baseball  game in order to allow thc speakers  to get off their Orange verbiage.  No one will question tho right of  the Orangemen to advertise sports  that they are unable to pull off; nor  will anyone ciuestion the wisdom of  cutting out sports altogether at the  annual Orange celebration. But it  was apparent from the tone of the  speeches that the speakers were laboring under the impression that  they were making a great concession  to thc baseball and other sports in  permitting them    to be pulled off at  The   Armstrong  G reenhouses  KingEdwardHoteI/pP^t0���������������������������RP^Y  Enderby  to Build a Home  at very low  clover   and  5 acres  w  E  have fresh "cucum-  s  bers, tomatoes and  other vegetables for sale;  flower and vegetable plants  oi all kinds; cut flowers,  bouquets, sprays, wreaths  at all times.  ��������������������������� umintiM ���������������������������  Alwyne Buckley  PHONE  111     ARMSTRONG  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.  We are offering a few lots of a quarter of an    acre   each  prices and on very easy terms.     Each lot    is   covered    with  timothy two feet high, besides several large fruit trees.  27 Acres good bench land, C acres cleared   and   growing   hay;  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,  andOutbuildings  Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last :  No. 2, 2x4, per thousand  $ 13.00  No. 4 Novelty Siding       8.00   *  Cull Boards, per load       5.00  No. 2 Lath, per thousand       1.75  Short Cord Wood       3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.rby  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  'ft f������������������  Thursday, July 17, 1913  ������������������}\  I'--  Vt  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  .-���������������������������-���������������������������Tfflrirm*���������������������������*^  .j iitnniiimi'TBauHTai.-aflffin  SALE IS  ff������������������*g?;nrraaianggmy^ji������������������i-<wa  5a!EHHC*^BE!H523aiSSa GESSO  The people of Enderby and vicinity have been packing-to our  store, taking advantage of the many bargains'we have, had to  offer. The people realize when Bqb Peel says it's so it must  be right, that is the reason why our sale is such a success.  j  GOME!COME! COME! DON'T EET  gaM.-��������������������������� *"f*W ft WV*" M.4. .ajvtut jaw urn i.uriv������������������m>i.i^ss>J*ni .1 t.ia ai   itaajn  .'I'lV'tH  MEN'S OXFORD SHOES-  - Both in black an' tan,, and  all styles sizes <~  .values to $7.00;      SALE PRICE  all styles sizes & leathers,   jV  J  A\)\  " ~~*0----'  MEN'S RAIN COATS SALE PRICE,  ^ and. SLIPONS  Regular price, $12.50 '-    ,  $8  ;9Q!  C 0    NECKWEAR, all- colors, .r^  ^ V^ including black:&" white, "*  '      SALE PRICE; .'. .-.-.  MEN'S  WORK   SHIRTS,  -    extra,good-valueat$1.00  SALE PRICE -  LADIES'LOW SHOES���������������������������  in all styles and .sizes,- in   J) J    ~/.0  tan and black; values to $4 :'-  V J ''*. 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STOCK  Store open nights till 9 o'clock  rWnW-tMFIUIltllllJHptlWBBBBCBaBMl ������������������HBBffin������������������iigiwrffi  gag lairamvTiyTmimwMwrT-ira^^^ ,  RE IVI E M B F R THE 0RIGINAL PRICL������������������L?vr^cT���������������������������F^ IS 0N A W0VEN LABEL- and sewed  UIV! I. IVI QU n ON THE INSIDE POCKET OF-THE COAT  ������������������������������������������������������'^���������������������������iiiiirTi*rawimr*������������������'������������������n������������������n*������������������M--rrffTKir-iMtfMKiTW������������������*w*w*wa*MiiiiiiM  ___ _   ..  ^���������������������������*���������������������������*-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  mriini���������������������������iiiiini  ���������������������������2������������������*������������������������������������l^'lMIMMCMUMtftTM^hM-  milniUJt  We have had more new goods come to our store this Spring and Summer than some other stores have (both new and old stock, in  their whole store  Baea'M^'aiCTJKjg-aBJi^^  A HIGH TRIBUTE  A tribute to the work of the Forestry Department is contained in a  communication from Sir William  Schlich to Hon. W. R. Ross, recently  received. He asks that all publications dealing with this branch of  service may be forwarded to him in  future, and as well points out,- that  without the fire protection service  the ultimate usefulness of the timber  resources of the Province would be  vain.. He considers that economic  lumbering will make British Columbia     one    of   the    most   imporitant  ���������������������������Baffl3'tota:^^  sources of supply of coniferous (lumber in    the   whole    world.     In commenting on this fact he says that the  supplies     from   Siberia     arc     more  doubtful than is generally supposed.  Sir William Schlich is probably tfatf  world's greatest   expert on Forestry  matters.     Fifty years ago hc went to  England    from   Germany.       He was  chosen by the Government to organize the Indian Forest Service,  which  up to date is    unequalled.     He further   has     organized     the     forestry  school at Oxford    University, for the  training of men for the forest service  throughout the British crown depen  dencies and was a member of the  committee inquiring into British forestry conditions with a view to the  commencement of an extensive and  continuous scheme of*, reforestation.  He is the author of several standard  works on forestry.  DOMINION REVENUE  Ottawa, July 11.���������������������������The finance department closed today the Dominion  ledger for the fiscal.year, and the optimistic estimate of Hon. Mr. .White  in his budget speech is fully justified.  The    oft-repeated    complaint   with  reference to tight money is not reflected in any way in thc financial  statement of the country. There is  a surplus of- current account of $56,-  500,000. The public debt is reduced  by $20,000,000, this amount representing the- surplus of revenue over  capital and  consolidated  outlay.  ���������������������������  Thc total revenue on consolidated  .und was $1 08,600,000 as against  $136,108,217 in the previous year.  The expenditure in. the same period  was $112,000,000 as compared with  $08,161,446/  CT.  SQUADRON   ORDERS  A Grand Pinnc free at W.' J.Woods.  30th B.  0.  Horse  The annual   kit    inspection will be  held  on   Saturday,    July 19th.     All  kits,  rifles and    saddles must be returned to armory   before that date;  all kits to    be    done up* neatly with  the name of the trooper on them.  E.C.J.L.  HENNIKER,   Capt.  O.C.,  C. Squadron.  Don't forget the garden party, in  the vicarage grounds to be given by  the W. A. of St. George's church,  Friday evening, July 18th.  ���������������������������<"\  ?'".   t-,   -A  ���������������������������--.. .--,  tV-I  ,z~/ -y/m  -"i l ,V-Jf' - - s'f zyrt-1  * */ ri > ' v������������������v ci. y  us4r*->   ,   ,b4-)-><  T^~  :/-,.   ^ ���������������������������  > Jt    "t- * ��������������������������� ������������������i# ���������������������������  ts ������������������-X*z "Is"  i~  *  ~'    ������������������ " ^ I  :7--:VP--t'.-f-j-4.JiJcl  V-5'<-   'W<  ',.-,;    //'     Jr.   V  it Z .1.      4 1   , *s L  ��������������������������� y. -���������������������������* J;)\  .:' '.'tv  n\.  "N THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 17, 1913  the kind you like.   We  have  studied the   needs   of   this  locality  and can assure \ ou of a fine collection  of suitable high grade tools to  select from.   Come in today  and look them over  MWmiiiiifwMiiiNG  agSSggMfe&o^SK^^  0  Blue Serge Suits  CO zealously do we safeguard you  against unworthy serges that  we boldly and broadly guarantee  every Blue Serge Suit we make to  retain color, against sun, rain or  snow.   And we stand ready  to refund every dollar paid, if the  buyer is dissatisfied in any  particular.  Before you decide on your Serge  -Suitryou-should^inspectrthespring���������������������������  weights in Blue Serges we are now  showing.    Rough and coarse  weaves.    Made in the full three  piece or two piece suits.  Suits - $20 to $35  DILL   BROS.  Gent*'   Furnishers  ENDERBY, B .C.  Sole Agents for Hobberlin Tailoring  i'-i, >��������������������������� ,.- Vi1. fi-T'o  JAMES   MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit Land Hay Land  Town Lot*  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins, Co.  Thc Phoenix InHuruneo Co. of London.  London-Lancashire Fire Insurance Go.  Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept.  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  HELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY  mam  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  'BE AS  .SAD AS YOU CAN"  Unwittingly, no doubt, yet very  wisely a police court judge, Mr.  Plowden by name,, at Maryleb'one,  London, Eng., .gave a beautiful insight into the English character the  other day when one William Has-  thorpe, aged 27, an engineer, and  Amy Ferris, 28, of City-mansions, Islington, were brought before him  charged with disorderly conduct.  Police Constable Heaney stated  that about 12.40 ' that morning the  defendants were dancing and shouting on the footway in Higd street,  Marylebone. The man was catching  hold of the. woman round the neck.  "Did she object?" asked Mr. Plowden.  "I don't think she did," said the  Constable; "she was a partner in the  offence."  Mr.s Plowden: "You may call it an  offence. Was it a 'turkey trot,' or a  'tango'?  The constable replied that it was  no specific dance, but a mixture. The  defendants had'repeated the disorder  to the annoyance of some of the people in the locality, and they were  then arrested.  "Well," said Mr. Plowden, addressing the defendants, "you both appear to have been very happy last  night; but I hope you will understand from your e*xperience that  i though joy may endure for thc night  sorrow cometh in the morning. You  see this is the reaction. The mistake you have made is in misunderstanding your country. This is not  a country where people can afford to  be* jovial. You must cultivate a  spirit of melancholy if you want to  be safe. Go away and be as sad as  vou can."  DID T-.LIKE THE KNICKERS  London, July 14.���������������������������The scanty garb  of an ultra-fashionably dressed woman led to her being asked to.leave  Lord-'s cricket "grounds,-* where the  Oxford-Cambridge cricket match was  being played to-day. The stands  were* filled with England's smartest  society people, and .all the women  present were beautifully .gowned, but  the person in question was easily noticeable because of her startling and  daring costume. Sne wore a big  flapping straw hat and a lace dress  which had evidently no lining, and  whose skirt was so flimsy that black  knickerbockers and jeweled garter  buckles were as easily seen as if in a  shop window. All "eyes were gradually magnetized by the woman until  suddenly a . policeman walked over  and whispered something in her ear.  She arose and left the grounds. However, she was perfectly complacent  ancl well satisfied with the sensation  she had made.  BABIES  THE  MOST  VALUE  "The possession of a baby by a  woman is more valuable to the state  than her ability to display a first-  class certificate in classics or a silver  trophy won at sport. The so-called  higher education of woman is not a  good ideal for woman, man or thc  state."  This is the central idea of a magazine article-by-Marcus Zym Seymour  Pcmbry, lecturer in physiology at  Guy's Hospital Medical School, London, which attracted considerable attention when it first appeared the  past week. This, prominent biologist contends that thc old-fashioned  view of woman's place in nature is  supported by the latest biological  knowledge.  ENDERBY   FLOWER   SHOW  Enderby's next Flower Show Avill be  held on August 25th. Prizes will be  given as follows :  1. Best collection of roses.  2. Six named roses, two of each.  3. Four varieties carnations, 2 ech  4. Basket cut garden flowers.  5. Best collection of lilies.  6. Best collection perennials.  7. Best collection annuals.  8. Best collection begonias.  9. Twelve zennias, ass,orted bloom.  10. Collection stalks & verbenias.  11. Best six asters.  12. Eight named sweet peas, 6 cch.  13. Four var.  pansies, 4 each.  14. Three var. 'dahlias, 3 each.  15. Bunch wild 'flowers.  .  16.   Best double geranium.  17.   Best single geranium.  18.  Best collection house plants.  19.  Best fuchsia.  20.  Best collection gladiolas.  21,  Best grown fern.  Children  22.  Best collection cut flowers.  23.  Best bunch sweet peas.  24i?  Three var. pansies, 6 of each.  25.  Best potted plant.  Vegetables  26.  Six early potatoes.  27.  Six early carrots.  28.  Six early onions.  29.  Four ears sweet corn.  30.  Two bunches celery.  31.  Two heads cabbage.  32.  Twelve beans in pod.  33.  Twelve peas in pod.  34.  Squash or vegetable marroA7.  35.  Collection  of vegetables.  36.  Table decoration.  NOTICE is hereby- given that pursuant to the Revised Statutes of  British Columbia, Chapter 13, intituled "An Act respecting Assignments for the Benefit of Creditors"  and amending Acts, and known, and  cited as the "Creditor's Trust Deeds  Act," William Henry Hutchison, carrying on business as a hardware merchant, Enderby, B. C, has by a  deed dated the 8th day of July, 1913,  made an ' assignment to Samuel A.  H. Brew, Deputy Sheriff, Government  office, Vernon, B.C., of his estate,  real and personal, credits and effects,  which may be seized and' sold under  execution for the benefit or his'creditors.  A meeting of Creditors will be held  at the office of A. F. Crossman, solicitor, Bell Block, "Cliff street, Enderby, B. C, on Thursday, the 24th  day of July, 1913, at the hour of 2  o'clock p. m., to receive" statement of  affairs and for the general ordering  of the estate, and you are hereby no-  tifiedto attend either in person or by  representative.  ��������������������������� And notice is hereby.given that all  persons having claims against William Henry Hutchison 'are required  to forward particulars of the same  duly verified by Statutory declarar  tion to the said Samuel A. H. Brew,  Vernon, B.-C, on or before the 22nd  day of July,' 1913.  Dated this 9th day of July "A. D.,  1913. '    ~  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  WHY NOT-BUY  YOUR B53TT1NG   KGGS AT  HOME ?  Pen 3 lnyiiiR-Ktrain, pedigreed and bred forM yearn  for ckrs alone. f!>,0Qfl: Mothers of the contest  pullets now at Victoria. Pen A, ten pullets, full  sisters to pen in content, $-1,00 per sot. Pen 5.  ordinary, S2,00per setting. Order early, inquiries  cominir by every mail.  II. E. WABY, ENDERBY, B. C.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS     ������������������  Coal mining rights of tha Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tht  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 2,560 acre* -  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease inust be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in un-"'  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be' accompanied by a fee for $5 which will be  refimded if the rights applied for are  viot available, but not otherwise. A .  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting  for   the    full  quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  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 con-   sideredLnecessary for tbe working .of,''  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acr6>  For" full     information   application  should be made -to the Secretary of. -  the Department   of the Interior,- Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W������������������ CORY,  Deputy Minister of the interior.  *   N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication   of -  this advertisement will not be paid for.  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.thebest musical  instrument in the world.  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  Airent alflo for Church and Parlor Organs  Also Fire nnd Life Insurance  OH'icoin brick block opp. Tin; Walker Prens  Enderby Agent  IF  YOU  ARE LOOKING FOR  A  SET   OF    HOME-MADE   HARNESS,  IT WILL    PAY   YOU    TO GET MY PRICES.        IN  STOCK:   SADDLES,  WHIPS,  BITS,    SPURS,   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 fl  Thursday, July 17, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ;).  H' -  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.  Orangemen of the Interior'  Celebrate July 12th at Enderby  Campers and  Pleasure Parties  I am inaugurating a' regular service for the summer, months,'* on* Mabel Lake, making the trip .every Sunday morning, ' or as otherwise required, from 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  grounds. Prices reasonable for good  service." kAddress���������������������������      , '.  ,     ;   F. D. ABBOTT  .Cottonwood Point.   -N  > $><M*^<'S*^*^^<������������������-^  E. J. Mack;  Livery, .Feed & Sale Stables  '*     ENDERBY, B. C.  : , Good'Rigs;" Careful Drivers; Draying.of all kinds.' --<  - ��������������������������� Comfortable and ^Commo-  ^didus Stabling for teams.- ' -  , t- -'.44,|        -   "    "    __      , >       .     "-    ".  y X   ;Auto for; Hire  ��������������������������� 'Prompt attention", to all,customers"  / Eand-'seekers/arid^Tourists, inYJ  vited to give us a trial.  \   ^ '  V <e*4*'$<j*^-3x$*$>-^^  The celebration of,, July 12th by the  Orangemen of   the Valley and Revelstoke and   way   points, at Enderby,  was a success so    far'as the weather  would permit.    The day opened clear  and warm, but    before 9 o'clock the  clouds began    to   gather     and when  the day's   exercises    started     at the  Recreation    Grounds,    a   cold'   rain  dampened " the   ardor   of all but the  most   Ulsteristic    followers    of    the  great King William.       Following the  shower there   were    a    few hours of  sunshine, and   this added warmth'to  the events of- the   day and .spirit to  the speeches.  The town was very prettily- decorated, with arches,- evergreens, bunting  and. flags, with, a bountiful showing  of orange and purple.  The early -train ' from Revelstoke  -arrived- at' 10.30, ��������������������������� bringing several  coaches of'Orangemen and* the-Revelstoke band. I These were followed by  another crowd', on the regular-train  from the mainline, bringing ,the" band  from Salmon, Arm, and at 12.30the  special ..returned from Okanagan  Landing; bringing , the'Orange lodges  from Penticfcpri, Summerland, Kelowna, and, Vernon. .,'With - them came;  th'e drum and fife corps from Kelowna, and the, band from Vernon    '  On    arriving/ the    various contingents ' were   marched\. to the, Orange j-Fisher * walked,  and K.of P. Halls,-   where provision ,"Derr found 'the  struck out;. Suckling followed with  a base hit, 'and Stafford did likewise,  while James hit to Johnston who  caught ' Suckling coming home and  retire"d the side.  Tbe visitors made short work of  the home team in the 2nd D. Fravel  struck out; Fisher hit to Yenny and  stopped at lst, and Dill made three  ineffective swipes at it.  Enderby returned" the compliment  in the .3rd. Hardy , struck out; Turner hit to Linholme and stopped, and  Ho Jo touched it to Webb, and the  team retired.1      V  Derr made a two-bagger in the 3rd;  LaForge struck out. Derr scored on  Linholme's swat to uncovered ground  while Webb hit safe and let Linholme  in. C. Fravel-struck' out,1 and Johnston was stopped .������������������at 1st, leaving  Webb on third." -'.'-'  In the 4th, the visitors added one  more. t   Glasgow started the slugging  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  ���������������������������W1  rE are determined to give the people" of  Enderby and District the best quality- of  Household Furnishing on the market, at live-  and-letrlive 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  with a double to .'left. > Bradley followed with a single and Glasgow  scored. .Yenny hit a'hot liner right  off the bat into , Webb's hands.- He  didn't have to go to first. Suckling  hit to LaForge and stopped' at lst  and Stafford struck out with Bradley  doing some fancy steps at 3rd.  D. Fravel    hit   safe* to centre, but  was stopped at    2nd trying"to steal,  Dill, sacrificed    and  sphere for a single;  -.was, made for taking care_ of the be-1 letting, Fisher "oyer the pie plate'.'  longings of the visitors, and .accom- H? stole 2nd and 3rd'and scored'on  modation.for their comfort. It wasa~Pass hall from Yenny'to Turner'  originally intended" to "march from LaForge made'- a -pretty drive into'  the trains to the grounds, but-these centre; but Glasgow .made as pretty  plans were, altered at the last md- a running catch and ended the fun.--  ment, and as a result there was no-1' In.- Salmon .. Arm's, .'fifth,' Glasgow  body on-the, groundsrto witness the^ s,truck.ou.t; Hardy -hit to short out;  morning' sports:; * :'"->./ ... ���������������������������".-���������������������������- i while Turner' made "three; violent  3It'c was, 2.30,, p.m. before the proces- swipes "without* connecting: \ A, y-  sion"reached the Recreation Grounds. I "Linholme hit--._safe;-but'didn't'1*get'  <n  END E R B  No Irrigation Required  give instruction - to/1  and cared'for at a*'i  y  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and are especial-* ">'".  -ly suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and," having-been'in crop, are In splea-'r'  did condition for^planting.   '-   '* _. ; .    , .,".,'"��������������������������� -'/'   :  , "- An experienced fruit'"grower is in charge.,and will  purchasers* free of charge, or orchan 'will be, planted  moderate charge. *y ���������������������������> .'-  ���������������������������J.,1G0 acres,;-sub-divided> into 20-acre lota ..r 'now, on the market 'at '"'������������������175.',  per/, acre:   -;        '     ,'      '"    ,-". .       "       '.'������������������������������������������������������. -',''��������������������������� 'J - ' ������������������������������������������������������    , f-. . V".  - v " 4"''i      '''-'..     A -" -' / * ( '        - f  -"'.Get'in on the first'block and make money on the-advance.    - "_'���������������������������  ;'  Applyto-     -      "-/'*" \ .,;'���������������������������;;'     ,   .; lv . . .'  7X'Z/7X7A  ,;       ,^      v       ; george packham,'-.;-;* ���������������������������-���������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� -    ��������������������������� >-   *       t.     .    ��������������������������� ��������������������������� j        -    - -..;    4.' ;���������������������������       -   i  v '     v- ^        '4      r.. .'.'I-'-,'- 1    -' ' - -J  "���������������������������   ",Deer Park.Land Office,* -Enderby.-,'"*-; >%,  ���������������������������r\  ������������������>i.|  y-    ��������������������������� .--.    BUIEDER4&"    "',;  -    /l*  -.CONTRACTOR    '   -,     '.'-_   "~_ , ,_ "    \r      t   '    1-  Plans and estimates  y .BirnishecJ   ; :  Dealers in Windows; Doors,-Turnings,'  " and all factory work. Rubberoid  "f. Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  " "   GLASS CUT TO"ANY"SIZE  We represent S. C.  SMITH, C07,.' -  XX'      of .Vernon  Russell Street '- ' \l1' ''; ,   Enderby.'  anyone.-to thelz served,.. and^the-Yain | -,In*th'e;'6th the   Visitors made'their  shower, coming shortly' before -had- a ^fiftn*an,cL last '; score.1! -��������������������������� Ho'Jot- struck  program,arranged, and the���������������������������hundreds,  .witnessing them' thoroughlyV enjoyed  the,.hotly contested events..  A/"'''    r  1 ",'; OPENING-BASEBALL GAME  A few minutes "to 3 o'clock the'.first  baseball, game    was   called,  between .  the'Enderby. and Salmon Arm. teams. 1^ ho��������������������������� ^ >'a.s 9,uickl"y put���������������������������outr  Both.\teams ,-had  been .strengthened  since- the   Dominion   Day game; and  the'y-:put'up ��������������������������� a *; "game"that, was thor-  into'safe ground behind' short. Suckling--hit safe .to centre and Glasgow  scored: t Stafford -.was - stopped- at  the plate before - he A could ^get. 'away  to'lst-on:a dead fair ball*.af'his'feet.  .By a -fast ''double, play  in, the -Gth*  OVER 66 YEARS'  RIENCE  Trade Marks   Designs  Copyrights Aa  Anyone sending n slcotch nnd doncrlntlon muy  Quickly iiscortiiln our opinion free wiioilior an  liivonllon Is -prohnbly piilenlnble. Cotiiniiiiilon-  tions strictly coiiihlontlnl. HAN0B00K on I'nl cuts  setitfioo. Oldest Ifaoncy for ncumiiitr patonts.  I'm outs tuUou throiidli Munn St Co. receive  special notice, wllhont chnrKO, In tbe  Scientific-JUKdcan.  A Imndaoinely UltMtrnted weekly. forKest circulation ot any scluntllli! JoutniU. Terms tor  Canada, Jil.75 a year, postagu prepaid. Sold by  all imwsUoalei'*.  MUNN & Co.36,Bro-dw^New York  Brunch Ofllco, C25 F St., Washlnuton, D. C.  oughly enjoyed-, and hotly .rooted1 by  the' supporter's of , the contending,  teams. The Salmon Arm. boys-had  added the best players -to ibe picked  from the Chase team, and Enderby  had .' Webb, Derr and;' Fisher, who  played������������������here last * season: * The-combination*,' worked admirably.   Batting_onler^_-_' '        ^___^^_1__  -\rangements >with'a first-class1 man,-'who can^follow/up .enquiries.  ;mail. the' district' thoroughly."  , make^this  We ^111^^93^  H  -" Apply  :,W.:McCURDY; 503 Temple Building^,TORONTO $:r;,/A:������������������;:tl  y^z ,',J yv,X; 77 .^; ^A H: vzXS^y 7XX^7X^'^7^7X0  "���������������������������- " ~ -     .1     ,-  ���������������������������  L*         ��������������������������� -- -'  -,y������������������%"i  , ..;r.-,-s;uft   7���������������������������* : : ��������������������������� :���������������������������: . : ��������������������������� : ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7.. --".i -   _*_ ..  Enderby,  r.f. -D. -Fravel  .2b.,-Fisher  cf., E. Dill  c, Derr  3b., LaForge  lb., LinhoLme-  p., Webb  l.f., 0.4Fravel  "s.s~Jbhnston  3 4 5 6 7.8 9  0 1 O'l 0 0 0-5  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN 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  - S, A;  Suckling, r.f.  Stafford, lb.  James,-l.f.  Hardy', s.s.  Turner,  c., ���������������������������  Ho -Jo,' 2b.  Glasgow, cf.  Bratlley, 3b.,  Yenny,-p-.���������������������������'  ~~-  Game by innings:  12  Salmon   Arm   2 1  Enderby   4 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 x���������������������������8  - Suckling was first up for the visitors. Hc fanned. , Stafford followed  with a base hit to left, stole second  and scored on������������������an overthrow by Derr  to 2nd. James hit safe to centre,  stole 2nd and������������������ scored on an overthrow,by Fisher to the plate. Hardy  walked to lst, stole 2nd and died on  3rd, while Turner hit to Webb and  and Hojo to left field and went out.  For Enderby, D. Fravel was first  to bat. He was allowed to walk.  Fishen. folio we*' with a nicely placed  bu nt, - and Dill sacrificed.,' Derr followed, with a double, and Fravel and  Fisher scored. LaForge struck out.  Linholme - hit safe, and Derr scored.  Webb followed with a single over lst  and Linholme ran across the plate.  O.' Fravel walked, to lst hit by the  ball. Johnston hit to Yenny and  went out with Fravel an 3rd and  Webb on 2nd.  In the 2nd, Salmon Arm added one  more. James struck out. Bradley  hit a hard one to left and paddled  around to 3rd on bad throw.   Yenny  D.-Fravel 'made a base , hit, ,and  Fisher." followed* with a fast one to  the pitcher!,\ Yenny made ^ a quick  drive,to HoJo" on-.2nd"and .stopped!  Fravel, and "as quick/as lightning  Ho Jo shot the, ball to-' first in time  to; stop Fisher." Dill followed with, a  straight"drive into'Stafford's hands.  ./In the 7th. James and.Hardy struck  out;" Turner hit, safe, and Ho Jo hit a  high 1 ner oyer - Lindolme's" head at  1st. .4 Linholme ��������������������������� made _a., his;h -jumi*  and pulled-it down before the Jap1  anese wonder got there.  ���������������������������    ,  Derr fanned in the 7th*; LaForge-hit-  to Bradley out, and Linholme to Ho  Jo.out. ' (  In the 8th, Glasgow hit-to Linholme out,' and Bradley and 'Yenny  fanned.  Webb followed and fanned^ Wright  was-stopped at 1st and so w������������������s -Johnston.  In the ninth Webb, just for the fun  of it, pitched real ball. Suckling,  Stafford and Glasgow came up. They  arc the Arm's strongest hitters.  Each had a chance __ at three ball?  '"���������������������������ver the plate, ' and all ofvtbcm  fanned���������������������������three struck out with nine  balls over the plate���������������������������that's some  pitching.  [  [continued on next page]  A. W. PRIOR  Watchmaker   and    Jeweller  Specialist on repairing of Watches-  English,   Swiss ano  American  makes.  Also  engraving and  stone-setting  All repair work done at the shop and prompt  delivery  IN    POLSON    BUILDING  Formerly occupied by Mandrell  the Butcher  Blessed are the belliakers( for they  shall see visions.  un if d> r m Fmun  f���������������������������*-���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������ ..���������������������������������������������t.,.������������������.i   ������������������������������������������������������,.^,.    ������������������-^-���������������������������-.-i^p      i   ������������������������������������������������������������������������   n f���������������������������^>*n  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������m    ��������������������������� -^iiw������������������ ��������������������������� ^pi^���������������������������������������������mmir*^mmmwrnmrnfimmm  y- -:     ..    : '      .,.-���������������������������,:     ������������������������������������������������������.-.-.  Maintains its .HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY./ Each  *   r ^ ���������������������������*��������������������������� *-* -r  JSack^contains^our^that^wilL^  ahvays give you GOOD results in BREAD baking.   We  exercise no end of CARE in CLEANING aud WASHING  wheat,' and also in milling our Moffet's Best Flour.   This  all means success -to the baker.  YOUR   GROCER   SELLsf IT  If   he   does not,   call   up   our   office,    'Phone   41.  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   ifalLLS   CO. Limited.  The "Oliver Typewriter  Is recognized to be the strongest built Machine  on the market; it will last a lifetime, and will  always do satisfactory work. ' It is the Typewriter that leadsall other, in the number of sales.  It should be in every home where there are  growing boys and girls; familiarity with its use  will   make  them  business men   and  women  For Information, apply to  The Walker Press      Enderby, B.C.  A-TSKNTS THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July. 17, 1913  OF   -CANADA  Paid-up Capital. Reserve Fund CO Q7������������������ ftrtft  and Undivided Prolils (Over) ������������������PO>������������������������������������ ������������������ OjVVV  Total Assets (Over)    $69,000,000  Orangemen of the Interior  Celebrate July 12th at Enderby  [Continued from page 5]  A Network ol Branches  Throughout the West  In the three Prairie Provinces  there are over 195 Branches of the  Union Bank of Canada���������������������������and the  Head Office' is now in Winnipeg.  This means an exceptional  banking service for the Western  business men, farmers, ranchers,  grain buyers, miners and everyone  , else who earns ancl handles money.  If you live far from town, bank  wilh us by Mail. It is convenient  and very satisfactory.   ���������������������������  Enderby Branch,   .W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  -������������������>$<e*<j><s>$x'������������������x^^  If You Are Not  ORANGE SPEAKERS  j At the conclusion of thc baseball  j game, an effort was made to draw  ' the crowd to the grand stand, to hear  'the speeches. Acting Mayor Wor-  ' thington was first called upon, and  ! in a few well-chosen remarks he wel-  I corned the Orangemen to Enderby,  ' and hoped the celebration would be  I remembered as one of the most successful in the Interior.  Rev.   Mr.     Stewart  gathering      In  he dropped    a  Carew  Klausman  Buckmiller  Siglet  Forester  Simms  ��������������������������� Greyell  Grant  Hassard  Johnson  Faulkner  Wheeler  Black  Wilson  Score by innings: ''  Vernon      10001115 0���������������������������9  Enderby       00101001 0���������������������������3  Excepting    in    inning   8,  when the  visitors slugged   Greyell all over the  his    opening remarks' field,   the game    was   well balanced.  thought   which    was , The fielding by the Enderby boys was  addressed    the  taken up and rebutted by all the  speakers following him. He said it  was the popular belief that as an order of progress there was no excuse  for the Orange order to exist.     But  perfect, but they were wild in their  base throwing and weak at the bat.  The in-field of Vernon did, excellent  work, but the out.field was weak.  The innings  were played   about  as  Help  one of your  friends  who  is  S*Sk^j:<^������������������x'j  Ask for Piano Votes  FOR EVERY CENT  o!f Your Purchase  We Want You  to Have Them  <$x^<$<SxSx*������������������x'^  ' s  i General Merchant Enderby  the order   stood    first    and foremost  ijuickly as it takes to tell it.  for the upbuilding   and protection of     Vernon was   first   to bat:  Stanton  the home, and for this reason, if for \ was allowed to walk; Boddings fanned  t no other it   was   worthy of the best  so did Carew,    while    Klausman hit  j support.   Then,    too,    it labored  for safe to right and- scored on a pass  'better marriage   laws, and stood for ball.   Buckmiller was stopped at lstf  Antilla fanned; Pearson hit to right  and Greyell to    centre.   Pearson was  an educated and enlightened people.  Rev.Mr. McLeod, of Revelstoke, followed. He strenuously rebutted the ' stopped at 2nd. and Greyell en route,  thought of the order going out of ex-| Siglet-opened the 2nd by fanning;  istence. It was never needed in the,Forester hit to Pearson and stopped  world more than it is needed today, at 1st, and so did Simms. '  He referred to the progress of Oath- Grant struck out; Hassard made a  olicism,. and cited many countries base hit to centre; Johnson fanned;'  where the Catholic church was in con- j and.Hassard was caught between 3rd  trol and pointed    to the illiteracy ������������������of  and home.  these countries for which he-laid the j In the 3rd, Wilson and Boddings  blame at    the    door   of that church.'stopped at 1st'   ancl    Stanton didn't  The Orange order stood for an open  leave the plate., ';'  Bible ancl religious liberty, and the j Faulkner hit to short and stopped  separation of church and state. He at the first station, Wheeler fanned.-  appealed to the young men .to get Black hit safe over 1st, stole 2nd  into line and support the order. 'scored on Antilla's    drive to centre.  Mr. Michael, the oldest Orangeman Pearson bunted but the ball beat him  in the Province, was next called-up- to lst and retired the team."  on. His remarks -were greatly rel-1 ln the 4th, Carew fanned; Klausman  ished by the Orangemen close by,.but.^hit high to centre and Sid Green  his, voice could not be heard any dis-j got under it with his big-mit; Buckmiller hit to 2nd ancV'.was out at lst.  Greyell .fanned; Grant was given 1st  struck  out,  and  $>������������������>  3*i  tance and   the    excellence of his, address had  to be judged .from the-re  peated applause which greeted him. on balls;- Hassard  Mr. Cunnungham.-p. G. M/of B.C." Green did likewise  followed Mr. Michael. He pointed to j Siglet hit to, Pearson in the" 5th,  the thousands of Orangemen gathered but was safe; Forester to short, and  in thc celebration "at Vancouver as was safe on an over throw, to' lst,  rebuttal of the statement that as a on which Siglet' scored. Wilson hit  "progressive order there was no excuse to pitcher and was stopped at lstf  Lfor thc Orange order to exist. If he | Black scored for Enderby -in the  read history aright, there never was', 5th with Faulkner', Wheeler and Pear-  a greater demand for the existence j son making ' the ' duck eggs and An-  of the order than there is today. He I tilla visiting the bases,  referred to the repeated efforts made j in the 6th, Carew scored for Vernon  in England to suppres's the order, in and in" the -7th Forester made the  the desire to put an end to the con- | rounds.     In the 8th, Greyell went to  and was batted  were  made.      In  flicts arising   out  of the celebration > pieces in    the   box  of July 12th,  and told  of his exper-Ihard.      Five   runs  ience in the old land where, the order,'the 9th,    Grant    went tback into'the  V  W$  [mi  S&L  -pJr Phone  ' ������������������ Methods  tf you had a voico tike thunder,  with a Maj-pphone aitecfirnent you  could not reach ss many people as  you can through eur want ads.  You have not got the voice but  our paper Is at your service all the -  year around.  0,������������������rrt������������������hw< \W \,jH  W  ttsCmt4r  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Communion;   11    a.m.,    Morning  Prayer;  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer.      v -  ENDERBY METHODIST CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  Epworth League; Thursday, 8 p.m.,  Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  REV. J. G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor.  having been   issued    that no Orangeman     should    appear    wearing     his  sash and colors,  every man appeared  in the procession with his sweetheart  by his side she wearing the sash���������������������������and  there was   nothing    doing.       He believed that the   12th of  July should  =4-be^rese*r.ved=-foE=.Orangemen.-���������������������������He=did*  not think the   holding of sports was  to be encouraged on that day.  FOOTBALL  AND  RACES  While the speaking was in progress  . the  football  game   between  Enderby  and Salmon   Arm    was playing. *-- It  i was one of the best games ever seen  ion the local field,  the teams playing  a fast, clean   game    and keeping the  spectators  interested every minute of  the time.      Enderby bad the advantage in weight, nnd their combination  !nnd passing   was    closer    and surer.  They had the ball close to thc opposition goal most of the time, and but  I for thc splendid defense  work of the  Arm boys would    have run the score  high.     As it wns they scored 3 to 0,  thc goals   being    kicked    by Dysart,  Downham and Matthews  j    Robertson and McKee won lst and  ' 2nd in the high jump.  1    Dean Fravel took  first in both the  ' 100 nnd 220 yard dash,  with Robertson 2nd in both.  '    The children's races and other con-  | box and shut the visitors out in 1,  2, 3 order.  Another run was scored for Enderby by Black in the 8th, he being the  only one of the local boys who was  able .to make the circuit during the  game.0 *"  *=Fprester^was=in=the*=bbxMor=Vernon:  and he played a heady game all the  way  Wishing to reduce our stock to make room for fall goods, we are  offering our entire stock of Gents'Furnishings, Clothing, and Shoes  regardless of cost.  This is not a Sale of out-of-date and shop-worn goods, as all our  stock is new, clean, and up-to-date.  To show the sincerity of our statements, we quote you a few of the  many bargains we have to offer :��������������������������� '  MEN'S   SUITS,   $25.00  values FOR  $14.50  MEN'S HATS-. $3.00 Values .......' FOR $2.25  V MEN'S HATS,  $3.00 values  ' FOR-$1.75  MEN'S  PANAMAS,   $6.00 values FOR $4.25  MEN'S PANAMAS; $4.50 values * ., FOR $3.25  MEN'S   STRAW  HATS   CLEARING OUT AT COST  MEN'S  SHOES,  $6.00 values -. FOR $4.25  MENjS  SHOES,  $5.00 values  FOR $3.50  MEN'S OVERALLS, BIB OR PANT STYLES,  ALL COLORS, FOR    85cts  MEN'S SHIRTS, ALL KINDS; 20 per cent, off Selling Price. /  MEN'S UNDERWEAR, all kinds", 20 per cent.' off Selling Price.  MEN'S HOSE, all kinds, 2o per cent  off Selling Price.  MEN'S  NECKWEAR, ,20 per cent off Selling Price.  .MEN'S  SUSPENDERS,'all kinds-, 20 per cent/ off Selling Price.  WE ARE CLEARING OUT OUR ENTIRE    STOCK    OF    LADIES'    AND  CHILDREN'S   SHOES   REGARDLESS OF COST.  All other goods-sold at proportionately-low prices.  We   are   clearing   out   our   entire   stock  of Ladies and  Children's Shoes regardless of cost  Sale commences Friday morn of the Id th  and continues until Sat. night of the 19th  $ Solid Opporlunitiesforlnvestment^  ���������������������������!��������������������������� ���������������������������>J-H-:-hH-W-:-K-W������������������+������������������H->+4-f������������������' ���������������������������!���������������������������  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  ', St.  Andrews  Sunday    Services���������������������������11 a.m.  and 7:30  p.m.;  Y.P.S.C.E., Monday,  7:30 p.m.  REV.  D.   CAMPBELL,  Pastor.  FIRST BAPTIST  CHURCH  Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  10 a.m.;   regular    service,  3:30  p.m.;  Prayer service, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.  REV. B. G. STEWART, Pastor.  | tests were    called   off    owing to the  | lateness of the hour,  JUNTOR BASEBALL GAME  The baseball game between the Vernon ancl Enderby junior teams was a  most interesting event.     The rooting  at times    was   deafening.     For fast  work the boys    take the laurels.   It  was a real treat to see them field the  balls and play the bases.  Their batting order:  Vernon       ~ Enderby  Stanton Antilla  Boddings " Pearson  -There" are~~many���������������������������things- -which  tend towards the'making of Enderby  into a substantial city: By its permanent water system, and prominent position at tlie head of several  valleys, by its superb and regular  climate and congenial seasons, by its  proximity to thc great main railroad  and by its situation as the head outlet of the Okanagan lands and lake,  it becomes n place of paramount business opportunity and progressive interest.  "For these reasons, backed by the  facts that it has the capacity in its  lands to combine the three branches  of mixed, dairy and fruit farming,  and in all of these to produce the  best results in an ever increasing  manner, Enderby promises to make  one of the places so dearly wanted,  now that the world and its wife is  seeking some solid opportunity t-"*  place its money on a really good investment.  When you try to hide old age then  is when, you show it.  The more   you   expand your lungs,  the less you will contract colds.  Homeseekers Should  Come to Enderby  -BECAUSE it. is one of the'healthiest spots on earth, only two, children and no adults having died of  disease in the last eight years;"'  BECAUSE, " when you arrive, the  Board of Trade will take you in hand  ancl make you feel : at. home and see  that'you are satisfactorily .settled.  BECAUSE you will "find here all the^  advantages and beauties of avmagni-  ficent river", ever   green hills,  grassy  meadows and cool, delightful-valleys.  BECAUSE if you prefer a home-site"  on the hills,    in    groves of birch and  alder,   cedar    and    pine,   overlooking  the river and valleys, you will find it  here most "ideally located.  BECAUSE   we   have the purest of-  water piped' to   every home from a  sparkling mountain stream, a perfect  system^=,of=electric-=-lighting-,=and^an=  abundant supply of wood.  BECAUSE, if you are a person of  means, and wish to make a home for  yourself on th������������������ banks of the soft-  flowing Spallumcheen, you will find  good roads already leading to the  site, and all the materials necessary  to build close at hand.  -BEGAUSE-you-will-Gn'd-here-all-the  advantages to be found any place  else in the Valley, and none of the  disadvantages.  BECAUSE there is work to be had  by anyone looking for it, in the mills,  in the lumber camps, on the farm,  in the lumber yards, in the brick  yards, in the building trades or the  orchards.  BECAUSE fruits, hay, vegetables  and grain grow to perfection here  without irrigation.  BECAUSE Enderby has never been  boomed, therefore you can buy at  reasonable prices and be sure of  doubling your money.  BECAUSE this District has a'climate second to none; not too wet or  too dry; splendid growing summers  and glorious healthful winters.  BECAUSE you will find the religious, educational and social advantages all you could wish.  ADVERTISEMENTS 'under this head;  3c a word first insertion-, lc a word'  each subsequent insertion. -   . *  FOR SALE���������������������������Registered Red Poll bull  "(- ''Fairview Chief" 20 mos. old, price  $60; 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.     A.  Tomkinson,  Enderby-Decp Creek; ���������������������������_  FAMILY  SEWING^-Dressmaking, and  pressing and cleaning, promptly attended to by Miss Lena Carlson, in  the Crane   building,'   next to City  "HailT^Eifdefby.        ��������������������������� .      "  Honesty in business does not consist  in not cheating your customers: it  consists in being true to yourself.  FOR SALE���������������������������4-room cottage, bungalow type, with 1 to j> acres bearing  orchard    attached. Also several  blocks ojf 5 to 10 acres; fruit and  alfalfa land. Apply to owner, Geo  R. Lawes, Enderby   Heights. tf  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Gardener, landscape and  jobbing gardener.-  MRS. C. PARADIS, a' dressmaker of  "wide experience,    has  removed  her  dressmaking   parlors   to   the Matthews house,  on    Cliff Sti,  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 Pre'fes, Enderby, where  she will be pleased to meet all de-,  siring her services.  CHANGE  OF COPY  Copy for all changes of advertisements in the ������������������ress should be in this  office on or before Tuesday'noon to  ensure the change being made. We  cannot guarantee a change if this  rule is not,complied with.  The Walker Press.  -* <  z?\

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