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 s  Enderby, B.C., June 26, 1913  AND      W A L K E R'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 6;No. 17; Whole No. 277T.  Happenings About Town Briefly Told of More than Local Interest  rt v  FRUIT WANTED FOR EXHIBITION  Mr. Brandrith, who has had charge  of the Government exhibits' which  have been made in the Northwest and  Eastern Canadian" fairs the past few  years, will again have charge of the  exhibit to be made this year. Mr.  Brandrith is already preparing, ..and  writes from the coast asking what  the fruit growers of Enderby are going to do this year,in the way ol  getting together, the varions fruits  to  make a    showing  from Enderby.  The Government pays for^all fruit  sent for exhibition purposes. > Following   are   the - dates of the fairs:  "Winnipeg, July 8th to 16th."  Brandon, July 15th to 26th.  Regina," July 28th to August 2nd.  .   Saskatoon, .August 4th to 9th.  ' Edmonton,-August, 11th to. 16th.  "Toronto; August 23rd to Sept. 6th.  . ..Ottawa, Sept. 5th.to 11th.  ^ .London",, Sept. ,5th to'-11th. ." '  '.Mr.- Brandrith-says:- "I would- like  strawberries "* and...:gooseberries     for  Winnipeg;", strawberries,  gooseberries  and , raspberries, ^ for '"Brandon;  same  . for Regina   with   black currents-ad-'  ded;   same'  for.- Saskatoon ,and Edmonton;    for   Toronto,    Ottawa and  London, .apples,    pears,- plums and  crabs.';" -" '    --   ���������������������������--  Anyone prepared to furnish any of  these fruits can learn all particulars  at-The Walker Press office or of G.  R. Lawes.        <  is a preparation of the good old  thyme extract and - syrup. Every  one knows the medicinal qualities of  thyme, and can safely give the preparation to the smallest infant. .Medical men of Eastern Canada are most  unanimous in recommending the preparation. Those who have tried it in  Enderby say it cannot be' recommended too highly. This is-hot an "ad"  for Pertussin, but the information is  given in the hope that it may be of  service in' relieving the suffering, of  the little ones.  INFANTS  TAKEN BY COUGH  - Mr. and Mrs. Percy Rosoman are  this week receiving the sympathy of  the. community - in the untimely loss  . of their ^ twin, children, ten months  of age,. by the whooping cough epidemic. The little girl died Thursday  morning, June 19th, and the little  boy Monday morning, the 23rd. * They  were buried from the English' church  =^onHFriday-=-and-=Tuesday==afternoonr  interment at the Enderby Cemetery.  These deaths bring us face to face  with the seriousness of this cough  epidemic. It required just such a  lesson to show us the folly of ignoring the precautions demanded by law  to prevent the spreading of the disease.     The   quarantine law has been  farcically  _obseryed,_. if obscry_ed._at  all. The notice to householders issued by the Health Committee may  as well have never been given. Perhaps the blame does not rest upon  anyone in particular. All have been  more or less indifferent to the importance of isolating the afflicted  children. The result is that there  are few children in town who have  not tasted or are tasting the sweets  of either measles, mumps or whooping cough, and no serious effort has  yet been made to stop the spreading  of the maladies.  GARDOM CASE UP AGAIN  LOCAL NEWS BOILED DOWN  "One can scarcely fail to respect a  man who defends his honor under the  provocation, alleged to have been  given .the accused," said Magistrate  Shaw in- reviewing the.Gardom case  of    alleged    assault' this - morning.  '/Technically there ' may _ have been  an assault c'ommitteed-by-both parties,- and ~;this,.- court', -is aware Tthat  there*is no-'unwritten law,'''although  at times it*- would seem"\besl; that  there was one,'.',the court added.-.  - Judgment was reservedfin^the- case  of.-"'Reginald Gardom while ,the  charges against Basil. Gardom and C.  A. L. Payne were dismissed - without  the formality of" a defence being put  in. Mr. A'.D. Taylor asked that the  Magistrate state his reasons for dismissing the action against .these two  that it might be used in case of an  appeal.-^v This, he argued,- was a  matter oi law, and as such .he, had  every reason.to expect a,stated case.  His worship promised to hand down  a ruling on this point, on Thursday."  ���������������������������Vancouver Province.  Mrs. W. A. Covey is visiting her  sister, Mrs. Graham, from Chase.  A! daughter was born to Mr. and  Mrs. > Jas. Bell, Mara, on June lst.  A son' was born to Mr. and. Mrs.  Ri Ecklin, of Enderby, on June 13th.  Dr. Crawford, dentist, .will be in  Enderby after' July 2nd for a few  days. c  "Robert Carson is finishing a neat  cottage just west' of the Worthington  home.  Mrs: F. Pyman is*- visiting friends  at New "Denver, the Lucerne of  America.  Miss HazelTStevens ,is spending her  holidays at home; arriving from ��������������������������� Seattle, on Sunday.  fMr. and Mrs. Wm.' J., Woods and  family are camping" -on the,Lawes',  hill" .property,.:.accompanied by- Mr.  and Mrs. Lambert.   -J -*"    "^ ' :  More'i bricklayers,.were.added .to the  staff on. the school* building...the past  week-and>" the. walls, are now being  "pushed to .the ������������������jsecond^story.-.^..-._.,  '-; ���������������������������'A'":small"*"stock'jof powder" is. now on  hand at the powder magazine,- Grindrod,' arid 'members -, of the Farmer's  Institute requiring same ;are notified  to'apply'for-;what they,.need.  The . fernery in the( . grounds surrounding " the" home of' Mr.,-F. V:  Moffet is an example of what beauty  can be transplanted from rthe natural  woods to the, home grounds of the  town. ' *-  A football game;   will be "played at  dise store. Mr. Woods is planning a  summer's campaign that will be of  great interest to his patrons. He is  going to make . the announcement  next week.  Mr. P. W. Silk is temporarily filling the pulpit in St.. George's church  until the Bishop-appoints a .successor  to the Rev. Mr. Hilton. '��������������������������� The services on Sunday will be: Matins at  10:15; Holy Communion at'11; service  at Mara'at 3 . o'clock; even, song at  7:30.- Rev. C. Reed; oLKokanee, will  have charge. - *\  "Harry Robinson- arid A. McDonald  appeared before Magistrate Rosoman  on Saturday. "They-were arrested the  previous evening,,by Constable Bailey,  while having a fight. Robinson was  fined $10 and costs and McDonald |5  and costs." - Harry: Robinson was.  charged "with assault while .McDonald  came.up" for " being .'-"drunk" and disorderly. , Z \ ,."��������������������������� \ _> 4 Jy r ���������������������������"-' -:  : Are . your ;city ���������������������������- taxes, paid-? Don't  fprget> that; Monday! next,u June";30th4f  is -the,, last; day' on^which you -'.can- jjet-  the discount. , .On that- day,'for,-thi'  convenience of-the.public,, and in\or-'  der*that- as'&iriany'-l as- "possible .Imay  take -advantage",-of the - rebate,- the  City Clerk's office will, be -kept' open  continuously from''9.a.m. tiir6/p.m*,  and again inVthe evening from 77.till  9 o'clock- '      4- ; -      '  SLAP. AT CANADIAN CITIES  Mr.  Home Payne,   the broker,seer  who floats more   watered stock rail  road bonds-in   London than perhaps  the recreation grounds Saturday-eve-j.any other, a few days ago in London  LEAVE FOR THE COAST  Rev. 'and Mrs: M. F. Hilton left for  the coast last   Friday.     On' the eve  of their departure the following - let- -.  ter was presented   tothern from the,'  members of    St."   George's congrega-;  tion and friends: " -'     ,'���������������������������'  '.Dear Mr. Hilton:       Wc, the underri  signed members of your-congregation  and others,  wish    to convey; to youS-  and. Mrs. Hilton, . on this' the eve. off  your departure   from'.among us, our  sincere sympathyr, with ��������������������������� you and - her''  in ��������������������������� the great   trouble ��������������������������� which; has - be- ���������������������������,*  fallen "you, and   to    assure you'that;.]  we deeply deplore   the cause _.of your ;'".'_" iy yt  leaving us.      - "-     .    '"'"/..,';  ''';'������������������������������������������������������'-'X~r'X7-7j  We trust and believe that ;the cloud!A Vi- XXTz  will'have a,-"silver lining; a^ridlwith"-'7-'0*rJl  our united good wishes for. the!future'^L/'-zZV^Zi  we remain,:; yy Yours .very--sincerely,:/"���������������������������:iriV-r&g  Signed: Leo Var ley; Aiwyri-T.^Atten^1;",,,'  borough, Mr." and; Mrs. ;H;-"M._-Wal������������������erV*-^  ������������������ ��������������������������� /  -Y*-*-JKf|  rrf^-  **������������������ ' L,������������������"������������������T  WILL_OIL OKANAGAN ROADS"  - With a view of making experiments  with oil on the dry roads of the Okanagan district, Road Superintendent  Hamilton Lang   of   Okanagan.    who  has been in the city some days, says  the Vancouver Province, on Saturday  went over the Point Grey nighways  with Road Superintendent McBride  of Richmond district, and examined  the oiling done in that part of Greater Vancauver. It is planned by Mr.  Lang to sprinkle oil on one or two  of the Okanagan highways this summerland if the experiment-works "out  well in the dry belt to make mon*  general use of this method of road  treating next year. Okanagan roads  are rapidly achieving prominence as  being among the best traffic highways in the province and it is planned by the road superintendent of  that district to improve them to an  extent which will reduce the cost of  motor tires and fruit transportation  to a minimum.  WHOOPING COUGH  SPECIFIC  It might be of interest to many  who have children suffering from the  dreaded whooping cough to learn  that the paroxisms of coughing can  be greatly reduced and the patient  placed out of all danger by a whooping cough specific known as Pertussin  ���������������������������a remedy that is taken internally,  is perfectly harmless and is readily  taken by the children. Pertussin  originated in Taeschner's celebrated  laboratory, Berlin, Germany. It is  sold by druggists in this part of  Canada at $1.25 a large bottle.     It  BURNING POTATOES  Tons upon tons of new potatoes  are being burned by the Fruit Inspection department, at Vancouver, on  their arrival from California. This  work is being undertaken to destroy  the lavae of the Cuba moth which  has gained a very strong hold on the  state from whence the potatoes are  shipped. The same precautions are  taken with imported carrots and  turnips.  Mr. J. A.. Lee, formerly mayor of  New Westminster, died suddenly while  driving his auto on the streets of  the Fraser river metropolis, one day  last.week. , '  ning at 7 o'clock between the Enderby and Armstrong-teams. ���������������������������* It-promises  to be a^fast game, and all are invited to see it.  An excellent picture show was programmed at the Opera House Tuesday evening, and . another good one  is billed for to-night. ' The big show  of-the"-week-wilHBe^"'' RedenFption;' '-  which .will be shown Saturday night.  J. N. Grant has a force of men at  work on a story-and-a-half home for  Mr. Bautry, Mabel Lake Valley, the  dimensions of which are 33x3? ieet  Another dwelling is also being built  by the Cooke Brothers on their  property.  " "Paul and"Spltlum,-the"Indians"accused of killing Constable Kindness,  and in the trial of one of whom the  jury at Vernon disagreed, were put  on trial before Chief Justice Morrison, at New Westminster," this week.  On Thursday, June 12th, Miss Ellen F. Ellison, second daughter of  Hon. Price Ellison, Minister of Finance and Agriculture, was united in  marriage to Rev. Arthur H. Sovereign, M. A., B. D., at All Saints  church, Vernon.  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Douglass, of  Forrest, Ont., are visiting Mr. and  Mrs'. A. Reeves. They are taking in  all the pleasures of the Okanagan  train and boat service, and after  seeing the Valley will continue their  trip to the coast cities.  It should be remembered by all  members of the Farmer's Institute  that unless their membership fee is  paid on or before the end of June,  tbe Institute will lose an amount  equivalent to the amount of the fees  not collected from the Government.  Mr. Lambert, brother-in-law o������������������ Mr.  Woods, has taken a position with  Mr. Woods in   the    general merchan-  madethe broad statement that'Can  adian. municipal "bonds .were unsafe!  and he advised the money lords "to  steer clear of them. His remarks  have caused bitter protests from all  over the Dominion. When considering the matter on Monday the city  officials'of Winnipeg took a very de-  termined=stand=against=-the=accusa-=  tion. Alderman R. ���������������������������C. MacDonald  expressed the opinion that whatever  action may be taken by Winnipeg,  the whole question should be taken  up by Premier Borden. Commissioner Roller Cookburn said that an official protest should be made by every  city in Canada.  PELKEY IS ACQUITTED"  Arthur J. Pelkey, charged with  manslaughter in connection with the  death of Luther McCarty, at Calgary  in a prize fight held on May 24th,  was adjudged not guilty, the jury  returning a verdict Monday evening  after an hour's deliberation. The  case was tried before Chief Justice  Harvey. Pelkey is an eastern Canadian boy, and now bears the title  to the championship of the world.  The men    who   have succeeded best  J. E."Crane,-Mr. ?; and.AMrsArH^G?  Manri|-. James;;-Mowat.W^W.'^Df^C^S,  .ChVikie^Mary^^El7J^ia^^g^J/TMl  V. Mills; LilianiTaylbv"^    borough.'Vj'.is.; Hogg;;^.\lHy,6oq5^i^fs^  P^K.'^Mowat," Mary--'S^-MUls;'! A:*''"E.^ 'Zyi^y'Bi  Taylor."L^J. "Proctor,-; M." M.^Pro'c^r;  tor," Marjorie%L. vMowat',-.Frances.,&.fXX  Mowat;, W. .8. Poison, R?B.:M.' Cain-zyy  eron, Rosamonde-:.B. Simpson.-.MaryJr.i...';.  LoggingR. R. Gibbs;' F. R." Prosser,'; ;">  Beatrice H. Prosser.. ,G������������������o-" R'.'-Lawes,;XX.  Alice Pound, Thomas Poiind,:, Isabella *>-  .Warwick", Sarah. Warwick, Wilma^-M.-:!*^-  Warwick, . Rose Gallagher, '. T. /E/7X  Rodie,' F. W. Collin," Mr., and;Mrs;^7; '  W. J.-Lemke, R. D: L. Long; (Rev.)/ .;,'.  J. G. Brown,-G._Gi Campbell, .Eliza-, ,-  beth Sewell, _ Josephine ..Bishop, Eu-*~ -Z;  nice Sewell. .      ' . -    -    - .' .1.'. ,'_'.".. T  , Last"- Wednesday   evening ' was'=-the -.. y  regular meeting night "of theiEnderby. \'~X  Troop of Boy   .Scouts,-  and ,on that~--'\ -  occasion the    Scouts, and  Scoutmas-,. *   -.  ters marched "to the home of Mr. Hil- ���������������������������' -"  ton and there expressed to him, their-  feelings=of=regrefc=and���������������������������their=sincerest������������������f==  good wishes, as individuals and. as a -   " ,  troop.  NOTE OF .APPRECIATION  The Rev. and Mrs. M. F. Hilton  wish to thank mo?t heartily the  many friends who signed the testimonial letter presented tc them on  their leaving Enderbyr-"~Such~a-tokcn-  of good will and confidence farms a  possession to be highly prized, and  they both appreciate the kind  thought that prompted it. Mr. Hilton also desires to thank the Scoutmasters and members of the lst Enderby troop of Boy Scouts for their  kind sympathy at this distressing  time.  WILL NOT CELEBRATE  We    the   officers    and  Loyal Orange Lodge No.  in life have been cheerful and hopeful by_ regret   to    state    that  men, who went about their business  with a smile on their faces, and took  the changes of this mortal life like  men, facing rough and smooth alike  as it came.  CARD   OF   THANKS  Please express our thanks to the  many friends whose assistance, sympathy and words of consolation have  helped us to bear, our sad bereavement.  Our thanks are but a faint expression  of our deep appreciation,   which will  ever linger in our memory.  PERCY & AMY A. ROSOMAN.  members of  44G, Ender-  owing to  failure tn procure suitable service or  rates in transportation, have decided  to cancel the proposed Orange celebration on July 12th in the city of  Enderby.  We take great pleasure on behalf of  the Orange Association to express  our gratitude to the city of Enderby  and the general public for financial  and other assistance rendered.  All   moneys    collected   will    be returned to the doners at an early date  JAS. F. DALE, Chairman,  C.  GARDEN,   R.  Secretary.  Celebration  Committee. ���������������������������ly  THE ENDERBY PRESS. AND WALKER'S   WEEKLY  Thursday, June 26, 1913  Soft  ,  Summer  Drinks  000<X>CK)OCOOOOOO<>00000<>0  CK>CK>C^>0<XH><X>0<X>CK><>00000  0<KKKX>O<)<>O<KKKKX><X>O<X>^  'CKHX)0<XXK>0<KK>00<XKK)<X><K}  Unfermented Wines  Lemonades  Grape Juice  Lime Juice, Etc.  0<>0<>0<>0<X><>C>00<*X*^^  OC<K>0<KKX>0<K>0<KHK>0<XHK>0  0<K>0-CK*><*K*X><*>0^  00'0-0<X><XK>0<X><><X>00<X>-C>00<>  A. REEVES  .-A '-Druggist & Stationer  Published every  Thursday-at'Eiidepby.;B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker 1'rens.  Advertising Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 2oc each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. SI an inoh per month.  Lesal Notices: 12c a line first insertion; 8c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Read inn Notices and Locala:.loc a linr.  JUNE 26. r'19l3  DOVES OF PEACE  ClifT St.  Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Blo~ck       Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon,  9 to 10:30  Afternoon, 3 to ���������������������������)  Evening. 6:30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment  Office:* Cor. ClifT and GcDrtre Sts. ENDERT37  T^NDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, S20 per week  Fees covering ordinary illness, $2.50 per day.  ENDERBY. B. C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodg-e No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at S p. in. io Odd'  fellows Hall. Vib-fthig  brethren cordially invited.  H. Ef BLANCHARD  ���������������������������    W. M.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  S/   Eureka Lodge, No. SO  Meets every Tuesday evening at S o'clock, in 1. Q.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.    Visiting  brothers al-,  ways    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY.   N. G.  HOWARD LOGAN, V. G.  R.E.WHEELER. Soc'y.  J. B. GAYLOKD. Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of I'. Hall. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  JOHN BURNHAM, C.C.  C.E.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  It is    particularly   noteworthy ancl  i not a little   amusing   to read in the  Liberal - press-.how   much    we Canadians are..lovers    of peace, ancl how  , we dislike- to    join    with the Mother  . Country in building    up a navy that  | will-.-puotect   the   Empire against all  jfoes..   -This line oi argument has just  rcome forward since the Borden Naval  : Aid "Bill was killed by the Senate.   It  ! was not heard until the Liberal Sen-  i ate put its foot into it.- And npw we  see the same course is being followed  by all our Liberal exchanges.   War is  1 pictured as a    deplorable thing-r-and  this no one would care to deny���������������������������but  it is very funny in Canada, a part of  the British Empire, and a part that  has for 150 years    or more depended  entirely upon the   strong arm of the  British navy for    protection, to suddenly reach the conclusion that it is  a menace to the    world's peace, this  strong    and    mighty    power    of  the  .Motherland, ancl therefore we as Canadians    will   have    nothing to do in  the     making    of   the   British    navy  stronger,  but    on    the  contrary  will  sit down and   sing   peace odes while  England taxes    her    people still the  more to provide our protection.  The Canadian Courier voices the  argument of the Liberal press when  it says: "Should Canada, send a  message to the world such as this:  'We are warlike descendants of a  warlike race, and- we "intend to take  our part, in the making of armaments' ? Or should we say: 'We believe that the world has gone crazy  on the building   of   big   navies  when we are asked to take a hand in  paying the price of our existence' we  "fear our contribution would make  us a participant in European quarrels!" When England was asked to  quell the Fenian raids; when she settled for Canada the Alaskan and  fisheries disputes; when she provided  the millions for ��������������������������� the construction of  the C. P. R. and thc innumerable  other enterprises that have meant so  much to Canada; when she bore for  Canada all the cost and responsibility attaching to thc carrying on  of the Dominion's business with other  nations in the early colonial days,  did she refuse in ' fear of being implicated in troubles that might arise  on the American continent 1<  When the same knowledge was conveyed to ������������������the little Mala states as  was conveyed to Canada as to the  needs of*' the Motherland, did these  little states refuse, fearing that thoy  ���������������������������would be" made participants'in European quarrels ? Did New Zealand  refuse?" Did Australia? On the  contrary, they gladly came, forward  with the ships required.  STIMULUS TO    SHEEP INDUSTRY  Particular efforts have been made  by. Hon. Martin Burrell, Minister of  Agriculture, since he came into office  j to encourage the sheep and wool in-  j d us try in Canada. Sheep raising in  many parts of Canada - has almost  died out and the industry for years  has been steadily declining.- One of  the first moves taken by the Minister  was the appointment of two committees of sheep experts, one to study  conditions in .the Maritime Provinces  and the other in thc--West and British  Columbia. As a result of their recommendations a great stimulus has  already been given thc industry.  To provide for the prosecution of  an aggressive and systematic campaign for the industry a sheep specialist .was appointed, whose duty it  has been to give direct assistance to  sheep raisers ancl to devise means for  bettering the conditions under-which  and; sheep are raised,   and their' products  while we shall prepare to protect our j marketed. -. He-,has; devoted His attention, particularly to. the West sd far  and has been .able to assist in tlie organization of two flourishing wool-  growers/associations in the West and  two wool experts have been sent West  to assist in this year's wool clipping.  POLITICAL  own, we    shall -not    join the world  wide craze' ?,"'  This statement    of the case by the  Canadian Courier   is . the baldest bit  of drivel   ever   put    in   print.  " The  facts are these,    and every  Canadian  must admit it:   As a colony and as a  Dominion    Canada   has   been nursed  along as a baby by the Motherland.  Our very inception and our existence  has been made    possible by England.  We ��������������������������� have taken all  the Mother Country has had to give,  and what have  we given in    return?   The prestige of  our commerce   on    the seas, and our  internal development ha? been the re-  .<uilt  of   the   Mother's    care.      Without her strong naval arm- to protect  us,  what would thc Dominion be today?   It is all    very   well to talk of  peace and to hold high and lofty desires along   this   line���������������������������so long as we  do not have to foot the bills for the  ��������������������������� urotection._of.our    commerce_.and the  CITY  OF ENDERBY  Police Notice to Parents  and Others  I^NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  u ASSOCIATION  H. M. WALKER  Secretary.  L. RUTTAN,  President.  DOWNHAM &  GILDEMEESTER  CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS  ENDERBY, B.C.  Estimates  and    drawings  submitted  cheerfully  Furniture  made  to  order  Poison  On Clif SM near tag  development of our resources, but it  conies with ill taste this criticism of  the Mother    Country's    strenuous efforts to provide for the protection of  British territory wherever it may lie.  Ts this thc answer   Canada is prepared to give to thc Motherland for  all the protection we have received in  the past and    must   receive,  even  if  we should  begin to-morrow  with the  construction    of   our   own  warships,  for  the  next half century?   The message Canada   has   sent to the world  (thanks to the party discards in  thei  Senate) is   more   like this:   "We are!  descendants of Britains, loyal to thc  Motherland at so much per head; we  have been  reared   and   nourished  by  her and are now   thriving under her  protection;  we   are all  swelled up in  thc pride of our own importance, all  of which we admit; but we love peace  bought and paid for at a tremendous  price by   the   Motherland and we do  not intend to   tako   any part in the  making of armaments���������������������������not while the  Motherland  will make thom and pay  for them for us."  Here is another gem from the Canadian Courier: "Those opposed to a  contribution may be wrong in their  apprehensions, but they fear a contribution would make Canada a participant in European quarrels."  What a lofty conception ! We  glory in the British flag; we prate on  our loyalty and claim to have hearts  of Britons, and cling to thc Mother's  apron strings for protection, and yet  Complaint having been made to the  Board of Police Commissioners of  numerous acts of trespass and wanton mischief committed by children,  j notice is hereby given 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  ancl 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 19th, 1913.  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817 Q .  Capital, ?16,000,000 Rest,' $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt.'Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal Gr. CM-. <&.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-PresideiUjH. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK" and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and .interest-allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th  June  and 31st December. . . ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������ .  ENDERBY BRANCH - - \ A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  ���������������������������'-'fl  Finestin  The man who has enemiesi amounts  to something. He' is a live man.  He is a fighter. People don't kick a  corpse. A live man can swim againsti  a" current; - a** corpse floats down without hindcrance. God bless the live  num. God bless our enemies. They  are to be loved. They make life  worth living.  i'Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.:  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of,  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, &*������������������URPHY  Enderby  To Those Looking for a Beautiful Site  to Build a Home  A  and  If you  have land  to sell  List it  If  you  with me.  want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of thoMnra Dii-  triet ia now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.  ==*':*^We=are=offer-ing^a=few=lots=^^  prices and on very easy terms.     Bach lot    is   covered    with   clover  timothy two feet high,  besides several large fruit trees.  27 Acres good bench land, 6 acres cleared and growing hay; 5 acres  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 bc_sold at a bargain.   H. W. Harvey  Fire and Life Insurance.      Post Office Block, Enderby   Real Estate Broker.  low._  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuildings  Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last  ������������������  ������������������  2x4  Drop Siding  $13.00  10.00  No. 2,  4,  2    Lath      -   per thousand   2.00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. En<urby  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press #  Thursday, June 26, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S' WEEKLY  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer   blocks,    cement   brick,  lawn  vases, peer   blocks,   chimney blocks  also lime and cement.  Le,ave orders early.  Enderby, B. 0.  What the Great Timber Wealth of  B. C. Means to Every Industry  < >  ,< >  < *���������������������������  <-H*^xr~^$><'e><'$K'MKj*^^  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ��������������������������� ENDERBY,, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  C������������������mfortable'and Commodious Stabling for teams.  o  Auto iFor Hire  "Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  ancl  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  < > <*'*������������������<������������������><!k*Sx-'^Sx-*>3������������������$<$4^^  British Columbia possesses one of  the few great timber areas of the  world. While the countries of the far  East have lost all the timber they  ever had,; while European nations are  resorting to the most intensive methods possible to secure continuity of  stand and a certainty of yield, and  arc planting trees by hand over great  areas to ensure crops in the 'future;  while Eastern Canada and the New  England States are clamoring for  lumber and viewing with alarm the  rapidly diminishing supplies in their  country, British Columbia has a vast  area of over 65 million acres of tim-  berland, which should produce, according to the estimates of experts,  at least one hundred board feet per  acre per annum, or a total of 6������������������  billion-feet. This would return .to  the Government over 6������������������ million dollars every year. The province is the  possessor of a glorious heritage of  over 300 billion feet of timber, which  is quite half'-of all that standing in  an outbreak.     But  greater than the  work of the rangers, and vastly more  important  than    the expenditure  for  their activities is the expenditure by  every citizen of the province of care  over all the sources of danger which  enter into his every-day life.   A single cigarette butt    thrown carelessly  by thc road-side will occasion a fire  which will wipe    out   more value in  timber than  would buy the province  rigarettes for the next fifty years; a  little carelessness with brush ^burning  may occasion a fire   which will burn  up more than the cleared land of the  whole valley will produce in the life  of him who   neglected   the blaze;     a  hole punched   in   a donkey stack, or  neglect in the use of fire pans might  consume the   money   which would be  devoted   to    all     the   logging    machinery for    the    timber district for  the next   generation;  ,an uncared-for,  camp  fire���������������������������and    this -is the greatest  source  of danger    of   all���������������������������may burn  away in the ground and finally blaze  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  of  WE are determined to give the people  Enderby and District the best quality of  Household Furnishing on the market, at live-  and-let-live prices, and solicit your patronage.  Come in and examine our stock of high-class furniture  bedsprings, mattresses, carpets, matting, etc. We  will be pleased to show them.  FURNITURE DEALERS,  ENDERBY, B.C.  UNDERTAKERS  CABINET    .MAKER  UPHOLSTERERS  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  the Dominion    at   the   present time, j UP in a mighty    conflagration which  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  >  Copyrights Ac  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  qnlckly ascertain our opinion froejrnothor an  invention is probnbly pntetitublo. Communion*  tions strictly conlhjontliil. HANDBOOK on Patei  sent free. Oldest Ttuoncy forsecurmi? patonts,  Patonts taken through Munn & Co. recel  special notice, without charge, in tha  At the present rate of cutting, the  loggers are taking annually only one-  fifth of the amount which is added by  the natural process of growth.-  If one looks over the industries in  the province, the shipping and all  the allied and  dependent trades,  one  will sweep away more wealth '"than  would be produced by all the" mines  which the careless camper or prospector might uncover in all his gold-  seeking days.-  If the average citizen will give his  moral support to all the activities of  will see' that   at    least'4 three out of ithe Government in its efforts to put  Scientific American.  ���������������������������A handsomely Illustrated weekly.    Larscst clr-  " culatio.i of any  suienuilo  journal.���������������������������'  lenns   tor  Canada, $3."5 a.year, pobtayo prepaid."  Sold by  all newsdealers. i. ���������������������������   _     ���������������������������   ' -. '  MUNN & Co.36,Br������������������adwa^ New York  . Branch Office. C25 F St��������������������������� Washlnuton. D. C.   -  Camp  ers  Pleasure Parties  I" am, inaugurating a regular ser-  - vice"-for-the"summer months, on Ma-  , bel Lake, making the trip every Sunday  morning, . or   as    otherwise required,    from   "Cottonwood. Point to  . the -Mill    Warehouse,    furnishing  my  gasoline launch or row boats as may  be desiredp by   the trip, hour,  day,'  week or   'month,   to    all the fishing  places on the    lake and the camping  "grounds.     Prices reasonable for good  service.     Address���������������������������  .-  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  every five men in Jthe country are  looking to the forest to supply their  livelihood, /There are very few industries which' are not to a- greater  or less extent under obligation for  their existence to the forest resource.  Outside altogether/ of- the, loggers,  millmen, transport men,, guilders,  and all those^who use wood in a secondary, way, the vast majority of the  great farming population are depend  out fires; will work hand in hand with  the district forest officers and respond quickly when the call comes  for assistance to a fire, he'will build  far more broadly and securely than  he imagines the basis'of "prosperity  for himself, .for the people ,in his  community and for, the coming generation. There devolves upon every  man in the province a, duty to his  country in this." regard,  and. he will  ent upon the forest-clad: gills.for-.the tru-ly serve bis .^native land who does  wealth ol".the .wonderful.natural SOiis:the-simple'acts of', carefulness and  from    which. ��������������������������� spring   the/crops which i Prevention in- the ordinary course of  become    renowned " the    world  his daily occupation-.  : -4 MINISTER f GOES'TO" EUROPE^  have  oyer.     ,._    _-.       ;    -   ____;_;_   ...L_'_    -  - It .is plainly evident, therefore,that  to maintain .the prosperity, .'of'the ,Hon. Martin Burrell, minister of  Province-it is necessary .to, maintain,_ Agriculture, . will'" sail in "July for  the forestJ resource." This-resource Europe to 'visitf'the" Ghent", exhibition  is "subject to one of. the-greatest dan:.jin the .interests of Canada. -Mr.-Burgers, in the .world,, the .danger .which |rell while, there., will .consult' with  brings havoc into towns, .cities, and'wm." Hutchesori, exhibition commis-  settled communities, which mounts J sioner, in regard -to the Panama ex-  into  year.  the hundreds _of millions every  hibition,  which   will be" held in'San  And    the   forest has.no pro-, Francisco in 1915. \ Mr.. Burrell'feels  tection such as have the" buildings in that Canada   should   make a special  You will find us in the BELL BLOCK BUILDING,  up, against Bob Peer and the Drug Store. , No room  to grow in our old stand, and we are going to open;up"  with one of. the new EDISON DISK MACHINES;.  Come and hear it ! They claim it to be the best musical  instrument in the -world.  ENDERBY.   MUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  Agent also for Chuich'and Parlor Organs-  Also Kire and Life Insurance    -    '  Oflice in brick block opp. The Walker Press,  "   ��������������������������� .  c  Enderby Agent  -_-; .���������������������������.���������������������������4..r'/;|  :     - . -yy  . --     ', .10v-4.fl  -Z    'rf,.~ I  '  i .   ���������������������������.���������������������������,  y *.y\  *-*      .'.- =- J'Z I  vXTX^fl  ���������������������������    ���������������������������   Z     }~,    ,Ci',T  . ���������������������������zz/z.y.  Fire, Life, Accident  4.   ."-   ... INSURANCE VAGENCIES ���������������������������     ...  REAL ESTATE \    .   ;   ^  ,    " .,-   Fruit' Land  (   ,"'    Hay Land    -,  ~   ''.,** -      Town Lota'   '    ~' /-'  ��������������������������� --, The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins.'Co.'-;.'  '-t^The Phoenix Insurance Co.'of London.;"?_;>-- r-  '" London-Lancashire' Fire insurance'tCo'"- "'  , " Royal InsuranceCo:,'qf Liverpool (Life'iiept*",  The London & Lancashire Guarantee yfv*.,-. )  ���������������������������/ -, ~ Accident Co., of Canada. :yyZ ".n-r���������������������������y  > -   Xi BELL BLOCK.'"' ENDEKBYii^V"*-  ���������������������������*.   X:   2_"7  -jLii  Ht-l^mn: v 4 x������������������������������������2tJL I  .v.' z.*Z. *-f^>i?-  "<r������������������<'v> I  the great cities. . When the great enemy��������������������������� fire���������������������������breaks - out in the"-forest,  there is practically nothing "to impede its progress or check its "work  of devastation save favorable climatic conditions or sonie 'peculiar con:  figuration'of the ground. The trees  stand close together; if one tree goes  the one next it will go; fire reaches  up fro~m   the    ground,    gets into -the  ' "CITY OF ENDERBY  Department of Public Health  Notice to   Householders  ,- INFECTIOUS  DISEASES  NOTICE ' is   hereby "given that it  canal-to the" Pacific  prairie provinces.-   -  coast and the  RHnff\^4P^&=OK=AN44r,AN^BRANOH^there^ ���������������������������Government--coach���������������������������ciT)ality_iiL_which.he_'resides,_such.rno.=!  on motor trucks which can speed as  "Roleen" and the  "Olivette"  are on 'tice eitner to be given personally at  high as sixty miles an hour.     In'the jthe special  train  which left Toronto  the ������������������-'Hcc of tiie Medical Health Offi-  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  crowns,  and then sweeps over" moun-! General Ian Hamilton,  of  South, Attains and valleys without any possi-lrican  war    fame,    will, arrive  at the  coast in June 26th.   Two private cars  bility of being checked.     In the cities  effort to  be  well   represented at  San  Francisco,  especially" in  view of the  value of the opening of th'e Panama J? Provided in Sec.-83vof the "Health  Act" that whenever any householder  knows or suspects, or has reason to  know or-suspect,' that any person in  his family or household has measles,  whooping-cough, mumps or any other  contagious or infectious "disease,- he  shall, within 24 hours of the time  such disease is known or" suspected  to e.^ist, give notice thereof to. the  Medical Health    Ollicer of the muni-  COLONEL  HUGHES  COMING  Colonel Sam   Hughes,    Minister of  Militia  and    Defence,    together .with  Norman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and all factory work. Ruhberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS'CUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. C.  SMITH  of Vernon  CO.  Russell Street  Enderby.'  forest, on the other hand, there may  be no one to see the -fire until days  after it has begun. The gospel of an  ounce of prevention being better than  a pound of cure applies so thoroughly to thc forest that every effort  which js being_ made, and should be  made in the future, should Took to  the early extinguishing of a fire before it attains a size which renders  it impossible'to put out.  The causes of the vast proportion  of forest fires to-day are in the carelessness of people who have fires and  do not properly extinguish them.  According to the report of the Chief  Forester for the past year, over 70  per cent of the blazes which originated in other ways than from lighting were from sheer carelessness on  the part of campers, brush burners  land clearers, etc. There were a  great number of conflagrations traceable, it is true, to railways whose  lines were not cleared of brush, and  sparks from the passing engines set  blazes in the debris by the right-of-  way with disastrous results- to the  surrounding timber.  There are numerous methods devised by the Provincial Forest Branch  authorities to prevent and extinguish  forest fires. There ' were employed  last summer over 150 forest rangers,  whose sole duty was to safeguard the  standing timber and collect and organize fire fighting parties in case of*  June 7th. General Hamilton is Inspector General of the Overseas forces of the Empire.  CHINA WAKING UP  Durhigthe last twelve years only  some 5,000 miles of railway were  constructed throughout the entire  territory known ns China. It is  proposed during the next decade to  build 60,000 miles.     If this program  cer, or by a communication addressed  to him and duly mailed within the  time above specified. And it -is further provided in Sec. Ill of the said  Act that any householder refusing or  neglecting so to notify the Medical  Health Oflicer shall thereby render  himself liable" tb~~a-fThe"not" exceeding  one hundred dollars, with or without  costs, or to imprisonment, with or  without hard labor, for a term not  exceeding six months, or to both fine  and imprisonment    in   thc discretion  ie carried out it   is easy to conceive  how   many    new   openings for trade of-the convicting court.  will be    made   and   how the present  trade of that country will  develop.  By Order of the Health Committee.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  Fresh Meats  Hon. William Pugsley in his closing  speech in the Dominion House wanted  an election to test public feeling.   R.  B. Bennett of Calgary said that he Tf you want prinie, fresh meats, we  would resign his seat if Mr. Pugsley have them. 0ur cattlc are grain.fed  would resign   his   in    St.   John and  they would test eastern and western  sentiment on the navy question. Mr.  Pugsley immediately took to the tall  timber.  It is only   the   weak mind that  disturbed by strange doctrines.  is  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  ancl 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  The Japanese think there is enough  sadness in the world, therefore they  teach their young to give their cmiles  and keep their sorrows to themselves.  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MIN1HG REGULATIONS  .....     ..   -     ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_; ���������������������������;_-��������������������������� ;������������������������������������������������������-. ^ ; '������������������..'--"  Coal mining rights of the. Dominion'.,  in Manitoba,    Saskatchewan "and Al- .*  berta,"the    Yukon". "Territory,  ,tht /  Northwest Territories and .'a portiou ;  of the province of-British Columbia,.-,  may be leased for a- term of twenty-  one years "at an-annual rental of Jl-",  an acre.-    Not more than 2,560 acres   ;  will' be leased to ono applicant...    ''. , ' i  Application"1 for .a   lease must' be   '  made by the    applicant in person to "  the Agent   or    sub-Agent of the dis-'-.  trict in which rights applied for are   .  situated.  ~IifWm~ycd=ter?i-for^  be described   by' sections,    or   legal.  sub-divisions of   sections, and in ub-   '  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 b������������������  refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not,otherwise. A  royalty shall. be^ paid on the merchantable output-of-the mine at-the���������������������������=  rate of Hve cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish .the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity,of  merchantable coaL mined and pay the  'royalty thereon. ( It the coal mining  rights are uot being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  Thc lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for tlie working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent, or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  WHY NOT HUY  YOUR SETTING  HOME?  EGGS AT  Pen 3 layinff strain, pedigreed and bred for2rt yeara  for i'kks alone, 15,000: Mothers of the contest  pullets now at Victoria. Pen 4, ten pullets, full  sinters to pen in contest. $1,00 per set. Pen 5,  ordinary. *2,00per setting. Order enrly, inquiries  cominif by every mail.  H. E. WABY. ENDERBY. B. C. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  -sssssgEsssEgg^^^ssssBs^g^^^^siS  i  5  Swimming Against  = t[ie Strean? =  ,1s like trying to da a successful  business without advertising.  And it is not expensive to yam  desirable publicity by thc use of  printers' ink. Our Classified  Want Ads. cost little and are  read by nearly everyone.  Try them as a system tonic     jf  for your business.  -s^s^EssssiJteMaiB^SB^as^as  YEARS AGO peoplo used to  m n K e tho mio Ives heard by  shouting from thc house topS.  !f yovi tried that to-day you  would probably have to appear  before a commission in insanity.  KOW-A-DAYS the business  man uses our Want Ads.  roprrPih!*: u- i, n  V   U.C.rJ;  The Key to the  Situation  If you are looking: for a situation  a Classified Want Ad. is the key  which will unlock the door to the  privates office of tho business man.  He Is too busy to interview all  promiscuous callers, but you can  catch his attention and secure  a'n appointment by a "Situation  Wanted" ad.  Cop;-* teblid |KT bj fl  W   HtCvHf  LUBRICATE  The Wheels of Business  Our Cl.is.sif.cd W.int Ads. furnish a  liibncsnt that is good for any kind of  business machinery    ������������������  Do you want an employer or an cm  ployoc Have you something lo sell or is  thert something you wish to buy?  No m.ittcr how large or how small  your business is, Condensed Ads. will im  preve it���������������������������Oil up.  Dollar Doublers  Our Classified Want Ads. ars  real dollar doublers. In shoe  loather and nervous energy they  will save you many times their  ���������������������������mall cost by bringing to your  door what you require, whether  It be efficient help, a desirable  borrower for surplus cash, a position or a domestic. ���������������������������  A most convincing; and Inex-  Bcrislve proof would be to try a  W&nt Ad. r  ?A FORTUNE IN IT  If you could place an ad in the  Moon millions 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  particubr locality every day in the  year,  0op7nfhl*4 rtr fa; i   ���������������������������   stmOm4t  Money makes Money  Your money wffl work while you  sleep if loaned at good interest,  and you can find safe and satisfactory borrower! by placing a  money-to-loan at III our Classified Want coJimbs. A first  mortgage Is tf eaff as a bank  tnd the Interest If twice as big.  0������������������*T������������������hi*4 Will*   Mi  " Vessels Large May  Venture More, but  Little Ships Must Stay  Near Shore."  The large display ads. ere good  for lhe large business end the-'  Classified Want Ads. are proportionately good for the smell firm.  In feet men? large firms became  such by the diligent use of the  Classified Columns. There example 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 around you���������������������������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  --���������������������������I  Taking on the Pilot  Our Classified Want Ads. will  pilot the ship ef business te the  safe harbor of commercial prosperity. Poople road the " Articles  for Sale" ado. If you have somo*  thin* to sell tell them at>out It.  Ono large machinery firm In  Toronto has built up Ka business  by usin* Classified Want Ads. es  cHMlvcty.  A  MIS-HIT  Did you make a mis-hit  the time you emoloyed the  last " help."  Don't worry. There arc  lots of good fish in the sen,  and a sure bait te catch them  is a Want A4.  Getting into tht yomc  Women buy more i.han  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. will reach the  Spenders.  A SQUARE PEG  a Round Hole  You may be alright, but if  you arc in lhe 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.  Cepjri|!tMd |W) aj ���������������������������   m   MtOstdi  -  I  HP  Find the F  If you found a purse your first  impulse would be to look in the  "Lost and Found" columns of  our paper.  If you have lost a ptTrse.-Adn't  you think the finder would do the  same.  If you wish to find the finder  use our Classified Want Ads.  r.i)7r1|hl.4 Hot fc; 8. w SieOrtf J  Ol  jt_msEmmSsW^SaWBSESmWm  SSBSiiaga^E^li^^yiipihfpSfe^t: 41  Thursday, June 26, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  AGRICULTURE IN B.  C.  In connection with the Agricultural  Commission which is at present touring the Province,-studying the conditions of the industry, and gathering  data to be embodied in an oflicial re-  port which may be used for furthering thc interests of the same, it can  now be stated that at the close of  thc series of itineraries at present arranged by tho commission to exhaust the agricultural features of  this country, members of thc Govern-  '} ' ment body will be sent to Australia  ancl England to study the conditions  of the industry in these countries.  It has been pointed out to, the Government that the agricultural conditions of this Province are extremely  peculiar, that they differ radically  from what is to be encountered in  most of the other provinces, and that  consequently for a suitable compari-'  son it may be deemed advisable to  extend the scope or rather the sphere  of the commission's work, by sending  delegates to Australia and the Old  "Country, where the industry is carried on in practically every conceivable manner. It is well known that  in'parts of Great .Britain the agricultural conditions are more in* keeping  with the prevailing conditions of this  Province than perhaps any other  part,, and then again the wonderful  diversity of systems in the great agricultural. Commonwealth of Aus-  . tralia is believed -to harbor many  suggestions that would prove of value if incorporated in tho prospective  Government report. -  "OPTIONAL   NEUTRALITY.'  reserved the right to give or withhold the assistance of their armed  forces in time of war. All this was  a matter of internal arrangement  which did not concern foreign nations, but it had nothing "to do with  neutrality. Neutrality and belligerency were the functions of sovereign  states. Further, it should be remembered that neutrality meant more  than not taking part in a war. Neutrality had "its obligations as well as  its privileges. Would Canada like her  commerce to lose the protection of  the British navy in time of war on  the ground that she was a neutral  power ? Would foreign Powers recognize Canada's prestige as a part of.  the British Empire in time of peace ,  and exempt her from the disabilities .'  of neutrality in time of v.ar ? Such j  a curious in-and-out policy would  break down utterly if it was ever  seriously attempted to put t into  operation."  MEETING INTERRUPTION  'REDEMPTION"    PICTURES  Dr. Lawrence, a' recignized authority on international law, had something to say about this question in  his lecture's on "Colonial Problems,';'  in  the    University   of London.     Ac-.  "cording to the   Morning Post report'  (Londo'n) of May 15th, he said:  , "He .\strongly .-suspected"that this  controversy in Canada, as .elsewhere,  was largely: due., to .the use--pf, technical/terms-'" in a riori-technical way.  What >was   'meant'   by 'neutrality', in'  .those cases was_-: that" the Dominions  \  The Opera House   management has i  made a   special   effort of late to se-1  i  cure a better   class   of   .pictures for ,  Enderby, and as a result our lovers .  of the "movies" are now seeing the  best plays "produced. It is the intention of the management of put on  each' Saturday night, special features  ���������������������������plays that ordinarily would be  shown in the larger cities. On these  occasions the price of admission will  be raised to 25c for adults and 15c  children. - .  Next - Saturday evening pictures of  that"'greatest of moral plays "The  Redemption" will be flashed upon the  curtain. It is said to be a wonderful production, showing 500-people in  the,50 big scenes. The story is one'  of surpassing. interest throughout,  and'is devoid of anything approach-,  ing the frivolous or the distasteful.  It depicts-the-life of a wonian from  girlhood . caught in the, meshes of  folly4-- and    worse,- 'and .tells of -the  . I. . .- ' 4  power, of^ kindness- ,over-brute force,  andj.the final.redemption;.of the wayward one"..    It is"a "picture, play" that,  all, should'see.     > _ i '      *    -  "My dear brethren, this is my last  address to you. I am going from  you, and you may never hear the  voice of James Moore again."  "Amen !" came loudly from the  seat before him.  He looked at the man with a little  surprise; but, thinking it was a mistake, went on, "My days on earth  will soon be' numbered. I am an old  man and you may not only never  hear the voice of James Moore, but  never see his face again."  "Amen !" was shouted back from  the same seat more vigorously than  before. There was no mistaking the  design now. The preacher looked at  the man. He knew him to be a  hard,, grinding man, _stingy and merciless to the poor. He continued his  address:  '���������������������������'May the Lord bless all those,of  you who have done, their duty, who  have honored Him with your substance, * who have .been kind'-to the  poor, and," pausing-"and looking the  intruder' straight in the" eye and  pointing to him with ;his finger.^'may  His curse rest on those who have  cheated the Lord and ground the  poor under their heels! Say amen  to that, brother !" He was not interrupted  again.���������������������������Victoria  Colonist.  THE JOYS OP GOSSIP  SICK OP THE WHITE ELEPHANT  Here is what , the Toronto \Daily  Star (Liberal) says.about the senate:  "The Star has advocated the abolition of the senate for twenty years,  and especially "during the period that'  the Liberals were" in power. It still  holds that it should be abolished,  and is therefore not-particularly interested in the threat that it will be  abolished" or reformed if it rejects the  naval bill.- It ought to be abolished  or - reformed, preferably abolished,  whether it rejects -the naval bill,  amends it, or. passes it in its-present  form."- ''     :-     y iXy        '  There'is a bit "of irony'about the.  visit-of a*4,New ^ Zealand -"'dreadnought  ���������������������������o'ne:of the shipu"givenhy-New Zea-^.  land to aid the . Motherland���������������������������to Victoria-the past'week:   "-.-..  Wisconsin has done many notable  things in the legislative way, says  the Saturday Evening Post, but it  will riot succeed in suppressing malicious gossip by law. Even if it were  possible it would be a pity, to do it.  Malicious gossip is the chief mental  resource of a great many people  whose intellectual balance sheet consists mainly of liabilities. Taking  gossip away from them would be like  taking away .the crutch of a one-legged man who has forty miles to go  uphill. It lightens the gloom and relieves the bile of the envious and inefficient. The man or woman who  edges into the twilight with a gnaw  ing sense that he or she is of no particular account, and that everybody  knows it, can still catch a little  burst of sunshine by repeating a  neighbor's foibles.  ��������������������������� EXTENSION OF TIME  The time for receiving tenders for  completion of the Jetty at Steveston  at mouth of Fraser River, New Westminster, B. C, is hereby extended to  Wednesday, July 2, 1913.  By Order,  R.  C.  DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works, Ottawa, June 9, 1913.  Deer Park Fruit Land  E N D E R BY  No Irrigation Required  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 splendid condition for .planting.   ' '.���������������������������"'-' ,--'      .   -'        <���������������������������        ''-'  An experienced fruit grower" is in charge and will give instruction to.  purchasers free of charge, or orchar, will be" planted and cared for at a">  moderate charge.      - "''���������������������������'/  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots y ".now on the market at #175  per acre. '��������������������������� - - ,   t      ,,'-,.' Z      '' -���������������������������"-   ~ ,f.~.  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance:   : y ���������������������������   // y  Apply to��������������������������� '*  ' -   -     - "*   .' - -      '      '   X   'i   '    \   ..  GEORGE PACKHAM,  .   ' '" -        ���������������������������'   Deer Park Land Oflice, Enderby/.  t-4 -i-'Z-h  z.'-^y  .   ~'4<.y       .   ������������������  '7   y,:   "v/  Ail.*"."- ^;- 77/J7  Opportunity for a Reli^bfe  Man in Enderby      X/XTX  .��������������������������� ������������������_���������������������������_- (       __.*���������������������������--   ���������������������������--���������������������������        ���������������������������   , ���������������������������f--- 4 / ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������    \y jz~ ~y*-jyiz������������������  '    ' -   -   ���������������������������   ��������������������������� "       '-       ;-*-    "'���������������������������        '"-",-.   j   '������������������������������������������������������.-   cy.." 'V, -Vf _:���������������������������".?;?;  -' We have some, gilt-edged originalpraifievTownsites,', (not" BuhriiviBionay'/y'-^ y ^flf7  . which appeal to the intelligent investor.^and "we intend.;, to.put on fan exX/t ;X/7/.:.^7p\  tensive-advertising-campaign in' ENDERBY as" soon "fas'���������������������������"' we/compleie'eirXXz^rZi^d^yM  -rangements with.'a first-class man/ who- can.follbw. up inquiries. \ z.yfeimll^yMJy^yj'/M^  "���������������������������"���������������������������mail .the district thoroughly.' - The Tight' man who" will"' apply 'himself["can ZP^'^-X^M-  *; makethis a. permanent and very profitable^ositionl.^'/^VSr""' ~~ "*"" --" ~ ���������������������������"-- *-***������������������������������������������������������**  -/  '"Apply��������������������������� '-'-7"j/i :~y ' 'X *���������������������������" ���������������������������'"' ' ''- " ' ���������������������������'���������������������������"���������������������������"'���������������������������  .: i^y.y.  ��������������������������� + h.fj. ....  H. W. McCURDY* 503 Teffiple'/Buiiairi^  Greatest Sale in the History of the Gkanagari  Our Sale is now in its third week. . It is proving a winner. More goods-are going out each week. There is a reason for this.  The goods are the very best. The Prices are Rock Bottom, and OUR SALE IS GENUINE. The whole stock is one huge  bargain from the day the sale opened until it closes, SATURDAY,.JULY 12th.       REMEMBER THE DATE AND PLACE.  ���������������������������i  BOB  Tents, all sizes, 25 per cent discount.     Game Traps and Sporting Goods, 25 per cent, off  Silverware and Cutlery, 35 per cent. off. >  Maple Leaf, Prince Rupert and Atkins'  Saws at 68c per foot.  Sherwin-Williams Paints at $2.40 per gallon.  Waeer Motor Washing Machines, $13 to $1C:  8-point Shurley & Deitrich hand saws, $1.65 each. J'  Refrigerators, $8.50 to $12.60 each; only a few left.  Oil and Gasoline Stoves AT COST���������������������������$6.50 to $9.50.  Picks, Forks and Shovels, 25 per cent off.  Building Papers and Felt Roofings, 25 per cent off. '  Planet Junior Cultivators, $4 each.  Garden Swings, $4 each.  Builders'  Hardware, 25 per cent.  off.  Graniteware, 25 per cent. off. ���������������������������  Barb Wire, $3.75 per hundred pounds.  Crockery and Lamps, 25 per cent off.  Wringers, 25 per cent off.  Hand-power Washers, $9 to $12 each.  CLEVELAND J3JOYOLKS,  $37 each.  Baby "Carriages, $7.50 each.  Stoves and Ranges, 20 per cent off.  .A.xes and Handles, 25 per cent off.  One Cream Separator, $10.00,  THOUSANDS OF SMALL ARTICLES THAT ARE NEEDED IN EVERY HOME.  THESE ARE ALL ON SALE AT PRICES THAT ARE LOWER  THAN THEY CAN BE BOUGHT FROM ANY CATALOGUE HOUSE IN CANADA.  TERMS   OF   SALE   ARE  1 THE ENDERBY PKESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 26, 19J.\'*  WORK OF THE FIRE WARDENS    'recognized  when   it    is   known    that  ���������������������������:��������������������������� jthe cost of fire    protection last year  James Evans, of Salmon Arm, Fire*in- this district wassless than it has*  Warden for this district, was in En- been for any year in the history ' of  derby this week getting a line' on the the Province. There were no bad  work being done by his deputies. Mr. forest fires and very little standing  Evans has twenty deputy fire war- timber was destroyed by the slashing  dens under him, and these men cover fires getting away from the settlers  thc district as it. was never covered doing the burning. And there have  before. En the olden times, hot so been no convictions for fire-setting  many years ago, aithcr, the office of without a permit. Nor has there  fire warden and deputy fire warden been any serious delay at any time  was looked upon as a sinecure. NTo when a burning permit was desired,  boundaries were defined, and when a This satisfactory condition of  fire occurred a deputy would general- affairs is entirely the result of good  ly conclude that it was in another generalship by the fire warden him-  deputy's territory and would lose sclf, and the mutual co-operation of  himself in thc woods in an opposite the deputies and the settlers them-  direction while the fire burned on. selves. -The men in the woods now  When Mr. F,vans took charge of the look upon the fire warden and his  district hc called his deputies to- deputies as friends who are prepared  gether and each man's territory was to assist them in every way possible,  laid out. 'Every deputy was given All are working together for the com-  to understand what he was to do, mon good, and the results are the  and "it's up to you boys, now, to best possible testimony of the sub-  make good," said he. Bach deputy stantial good growing out of the  was told to prepare his trails into broad policy inaugurated by Mi  every part of his territory, and t Evans and the department under  keep  them  open    for    any emergency > which he works.  call. Each man had to personally i In the immediate vicinity of En-  visit every part of his district as fre-, derby and thc district east to Mabel  qucntly as possible so as to keep in Lake, south to .^rmserong and north  touch with its development ancl to to Sicamous, the work is carried on  know at all times what was trans- by Thos. Hughes and Frank Hawes.  piring. .Wore than that, and this Mr. Evans states that he is well sat-  was laid down as all important, the isfied with the wrok of these men.  deputies were instructed to kcep in'-They are always on the job and work  personal touch with the men in the to please the people of the district  woods and the settlers, and to work;whom they are serving,  in  conjunction    with   them   to kcep  SCOUT  ORDERS  with the excellent policy of getting  the bill passed, still in its hands.the  Conservative party would be today  without a naval policy.  "Mr.  Borden  came home last year  from London ancl presented his policy  Headquarters;,, Enderby   Troop    Boy  Scouts:   Following  order  issued by  S.. M. Campbell:  General   Order No. 3  All Scouts are required to pass the;to us as an emergency policy. The  following examination to obtain' 'emergency' was real enough���������������������������alto-  second class Scout badges: This ex-;gether too real and grim to be com-  amination will be held during the j fortable.-."-, The battleships he pro-  month of August.        F. R. PRINCE, j posed    to    build    were   imperatively  Adjutant.    ; needed���������������������������as has   been shown since the  Test 2. Elementary first aid and action of the Senate by the prompt-  bandaging. (See chapter on the Am- ness with which the British Govern-  bulance Badge.) j ment ordered   them    on   its own ac-  Thc test includes knowledge of���������������������������The count,  triangular   bandage;   the    large arm j    "It was and is our belief that this  sling; how to   stop    bleeding of any.policy of not   contributing���������������������������a thous-  kind; how to use the tourniquet; how , and times  no���������������������������but of "pooling". our  i  to treat a fractured arm or leg, col-  naval efforts'with the naval efforts of  lar bone or jaw; how to carry a pa- j the rest of the   Empire in one great  tient.  Test  3.   Signalling,      elementary  imperial navy is thc sound policy for  all British peoples,  whether there be  knowledge of semaphore or Morse al- * an    'emergency'    or   not  phabet.   (See chapter'on  thc   Signalling Badge.)  Test   4.   Track   half   a    mile in 25  If   the  'emergency' were to pass, this would  still be our policy. Tt is thc naval  policy  which   spells    efficiency���������������������������which  .Tiinutes;  or if in town,  describe sat-; will    buy    us    the   maximum  of na  val strength for the minimum price���������������������������  which will protect the Empire at the  smallest cost���������������������������which will ensure protection against the greatest odds.  "So far as we understand Mr. Borden's utterances, he is for this policy.  He emphasizes   constantly   his belief  down the fire losses, and at the same  Did the little   Mala states have to  .time assist in  every  way  practicable'"appeal to  the   country"  to learn if  in the burning off of the lands where  clearing was going on.  How well this work has been  done  under Mr. Evans' supervision will be  the Malaian people were willing to  help the Motherland ? Did the people of Australia ? Did the people of  New Zealand ?  THE   ALWAYS  UNIFORM FLOUR  w^������������������w���������������������������������������������i������������������ ivwm>wp- ���������������������������r**  Maintains its HIGH; STANDARD OF QUALITY. Each  Sack' contains flour that will^act like the last.sack and"  always give you GOOD results in, BREAD baking. We  exercise no end of CARE in CLEANING aud WASHING  wheat, and also in milling our MofM's Best Flour. This  all- means success to the baker.  YOUR   GROCER   SELLS   IT  If   he ��������������������������� does not, .call   up   our   office, ' 'Phone   41.  isfactorily the contents of one shop  window out of four, observed for one  minute each; or Kim's game, to remember 16 out of 24 well-assorted  small articles after one minute's observation.  Test 5. Go a mile in twelve minutes at "Scout's pace." It should | in *one navy' as contrasted with the  be noted thq.t the mile has to be clone : system of several separate navies em-  in twelve minutes, not in less than | bodied- in the Liberal policy. He  twelve minutes. The object is to' purposes to have cruisers built in  practice the test so that it is done this country; but they are to be crui-  as nearly as possible in twelve min- j s'ers built under Admiralty direction  utes. ifor    thc    "one   British    navy."      He  Test 6.   Lay and light a wood fire i hinted in   his    closing speech  on the  Lets Get  Better  Acquainted  using not more than  two  matches.  Test 7. Cook a cfiiarter of a pound  of meat and two potatoes without  cooking, utensils other than the regu:  lation billy.  Test 8. Know the sixteen principal  parts of the compass.  EDISON'S   MASTERPIECE  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited.  FOR  ONE WEEK ONLY  All Prints and    >| 'VI  Ginghams    JL^S_2_C  A   YARD  117'  K T C* U  this  space   for   SPECIAL  WAlln ANNOUNCEMENT   next_  week." "This will interest"yoil  WM. J. WOODS, Enderby, B. C.  What the world   owes Thomas A.  Edison has not    yet been  fully real-  ized.     It may be 'one hundred years  hence before, the'true greatness of the  man and his marvelous patience and  productive ability are fully conceived."  One cannot   hear   the Edison phonograph   without - feeling . some of the  marvelous    power    of   this great inventor.     But when one 'hears the new  Edison disc machine he marvels still  the more, for this   IS IT.   It was in  II1877 that    Mr.    Edison  invented the  first phonograph.     In 1878,  one year  later he invented   and    patented the  first disc phonograph.   This information may come as a surprise to many  for not until the end of 1912 has the  great- master   permitted a disc   machine to be   offered    to the public in  his name.     He has been working all  these years    to   master   the baffling  problems of   acoustics   in the reproduction of music,     Por the past two  weeks the public of Enderby has had  the pleasure   of   hearing music from  this new   Edison   wonder at the Enderby Music Store.      .A.ny talking ma  =-chinc^can=ancW.ocs^reproduce^-the=fun  damental tone of the original music,  but the    quality   and   the beauty of  music are in    thc    overtones or tone  colors.     An instrument which cannot  truly reproduce the overtones cannot  truly   reproduce   music.       It is here  that  the  new    machine  accomplishes  thc heretofore impossible.     Mr. Edison, has mastere.d the ..Qccoustical difficulties in    the   perfect recording  of  music, and then thc perfect reproduction of it.  third reading of his bill, at the creation of dockyards ancl fortified naval  bases on the Coast of Canada; but  these are only the requirements-of  a united imperial navy, and do not  at all imply necessarily to a separate  Canadian navy.  "Is it not time that the Conservative party launched a campaign of  education along these lines ?  BUY YOUR PAINT NOW ;! , **  Sherwin-Williams paints at ' $2.40  per-gallon. .Raw-and boiled linseed  oil at 98c per gallon. Alabastine at  40c per package. Barb wire at $3.75  per hundred pounds., Cross-cut saws  at 60c per foot. - Motor washing  machines at $13 each. Hand-power  Washing - machines at $9.50 each.  Thousands of other useful articles of  hardware at'cost until "the close "of  our great stock reduring sale, July  12th. FULTON . HARDWARE   CO.  - Enderby, B. C. Limited  <I Perhaps you have  worn Hobberlin  clothes before you read  this "ad." If you have  not, and have read the  statements we make  from time to time you  will know that we  claim to make better  garments, better tailoring, better styles, better  fabrics, better values  than you'll get elsewhere for the same  money.  <JIf there be tKe  shadow of a doubt, it's  easy to put us to the  test. Proving every  statement will please  us���������������������������and mean much  better clothes satisfaction to you���������������������������than if  you just came in and  ordered without putting us to the real test.  *} We know you will  agree with us once you  have seen the garments, the fabrics���������������������������  the styles.  Sole   Agent*   for   Hobberlin   Tailoring  Jas. Ellison is selling a fine line of  strawberries from his Lake View  property west of Enderby.  WAOT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  o each subsequent insertion.  "Redemption"    next  Saturday  evening at the Opera House. ,  WOULD POOL THE NAVIES  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  The Montreal Star has the following somewhat remarkable editorial  advocating a change from the Borden  emergency naval policy:  "We venture to suggest, now that  during the parliamentary recess, thc  more immediate purposes of party  do not so entirely engross the attention of party leaders, that the leaders of the Conservative party in Canada might well look a little into the  future and take up the great task of  preparing the ground for the naval  policy which they must eventually  present to thc  people.  "Their present policy is admirable  in every way. But it is a pure accident that theys till possess it. If  the stupid, party-ridden Senate had  not played the game of thc Conservative party so neatly���������������������������if so unintentionally���������������������������by rejecting the Borden Bill  ancl so let   the   Borden Government  OE   CANADA  PaldnpCapital.RescrvcFund $8,375,000  Tolal Assets (Over)     $69,000,000  When You Take  that Trip  carry your funds in the form of  our Letters of Credit or Travellers'  Cheques, in denominations of $10,  820,- $50,--8100 -or--.$200.- The.-  values in foreign currencies are  stated on the face, and as these  Cheques are payable without  discount, you can ahvays get their  full value in the money of the.  country you are visiting, -without  delay or difficulty.  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  STRAWBERRIES���������������������������Choice; by the Uo,  or ton, 10c; crated $3.00; f. o.b.  Grindrod, or at our farm.- Bernard Rosoman.  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  =^falfa_laird7=;^AFpl"y=tir^  R. Lawes, Enderby   Heights. tf  The   Armstrong  Greenho uses  WE have fresh cucumbers, tomatoes and  other vegetables for sale;  flower and vegetable plants  of  all   kinds;   cut flowers,  bouquets,   sprays,   wreaths  at all times.  Alwyne Buckley  PHONE   111    ARMSTRONG  WANTED���������������������������Girl for general housework. Apply, F. B. Dill, Dill  Bros,  store.  LOST���������������������������In or in the vicinity of thc  King   Edward   hotel,    on or about  --June 12th, .a-lady-'s-diamond-ring..  Finder will be suitably rewarded on  return of same to thc office of The  Walker Press.  SHEEP FOR SALE���������������������������One ram, 25  ewes and 23 lambs. H. F. Cowan,  Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������One 3-year-old heifer,  Holstein-Jersey; just in. Price, $80.  A. M. Baird, Enderby.  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 Press, Enderby, where  she will be pleased to meet all desiring her services.  n  M  a  j  \V|  >A

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