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knderby, B.C.,   July 31, 1913
Vol. 6; No. 22; Whole No. 282
Ki   '
Local News of General Interest and General News of Local Interest
Rev. ZD. Campbell returnned from
the East this week.
Mayor Ruttan returned from Fort
Fraser Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Simpson left for a holiday sit
Glacier Wednesday evening. i
Mr: and Mrs. J. W. Glen and family left for the coast on'Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. . E. Banton are
visiting -Enderby friends from Vancouver. -   "
The Girl's' Guild ~ will meet at' the
home of Mrs. Walker, Friday evening
at 8 o'clock,
Enderby foot ��������� ball team will play
Armstrong at that place on Saturday afternoon. ���������
See the real blood hounds in Uncle
Tom's Cabin,1 - Saturday evening at
the Opera House.
Postmaster  'Harvey.is. getting his
;   reels  and  lines -   ready  for  a  fishing
trip to Mabel Lake.
"Mrs.  H.'R. Baxter, - sister of Mrs.
- -       j -.-. . ....
{ Howard- Mann,  arrived from Edmonton  Wedneshay. morning'^    .   -;'-'  1_\"
���������'.    - RievLMA F. Hilton -is' "now filling
-   - ��������������� j, *-        ^   - ,
' the pulpit -in . the Anglican church ^at
.; Courtney, near Comox, B. CJ. " ..;4���������. "
'. .'Mrs.  Mulroney,  who has spent the
- past few weeks    with ��������� her daughter,
' Mrs.. Kellington,    left for Golden--on
. ��������� Tuesday.        ,       - ��������� " -_ _
; -Mr. H. ,G.'-Davies    has   been considerably under the weather the past
,   week, as the- result of overheating on
1 a fishing trip.   _. ,  .
The Rev." Christopher Reid, who has
accepted the    appointment as rector
of St. George's parish, Enderby, will
take charge of the field early in.September'. _'_      - - .        -
Ax Baird is contemplating continuing the garden trucking business' es-1
tablished by F. Waby, and which he
has so successfully handled for the
past few years.       '    l
Mrs. H. F. Flewwelling was called
home from Redcliffe, Alta., this week
owing to the illness of Mr. Flewwel-'J
, The s.s. Okanagan will, on Aug. 3,'poses,-and to others making a fair
resume the north-bound Sunday trip allowance for improvements made upon Okanagan lake, giving the same on the land
service on Sunday as on week-days.
The Provincial Government this
week purchased two lots in the
Barnes', addition adjoining the site
of the proposed drill hall. It is no
doubt the intention of the Government to e-tsrect a court house and jail
on the newly acquired property.
The membership .of the Enderby
Tennis Club now numbers "43. The
courts are the finest in the Valley,
and the season, under the new management has been most successful.
The cozy pavillion built upon .the
grounds has been a great convenience
to "'thi! players and visitors.
The, resignation of Rev. D. Campbell, as pastor of St: Andrews cl urch
was accepted last' Sunday by., the
church board, to take effect from the
3rd of August. ��������� Mr.- Campbell has
taken this step,in order to take' the
required'-' rest he;: feels- in-- need - qf.-
He has made-no plans for-'the" future
and, will    remain,  in" .Enderby. ..until
duty or pleasure calls.liim.away.   \
'z ,.,.', i-,-> ,'.--. -4.4.', _ ' "_,: 'y '.v.'. ".
The, cement brick and i'tile yards of
'J. S. Johnstone 'are turning "out a.
fine line of building blocks and-brick"
this ��������� season. ' - A, shipment-, of- pressed
brick .was. taken to 'Salmon Arm the'
past'week! . Hauling', of the * cement
bricks for the hopic to be erected 'by
J. N. Grant, on George street', and
of the cenient blocks for'the Walker
Pr-ess block4..addition is proceeding
this week.
The Enderby "Juniors went up
against the Vernon Juniors on, the
Vernon diamond^ last Friday and lost
by a score of   ,10 Ito 12.     The game
��������� The results of ' the July examinations held in the high* schools of the
'province are announced by the Department 0 fEducation.' Special
recommendation    is   due    the  South
���������             ,              ,    ,     ��������� ,,      .Vancouver  high    school and the En-
was full of   holes,    and the fielding   ���������,   ,     ...        ,     ,      ..       -,.       ,,
'  .lux    7Zl^���������~           ll  . derby high    school,    these being the
'only high schools   in the Province in
poor,  but   tht.    batting    was better
than usual,'and the,base work sharp
and snappy.     The^  batting   order of'
the local team:' Black,   Johnson,- Antilla,     Pearson,    Grant,     Faulkner,
Wheeler, Brash   and  Stevens.     It is *-
1 1
probable    the    Vernon    Juniors will
give the Enderby team a return game
on1 the Recreation Grounds next Wed
nesday afternoon.
which all the" candidates .who presented themselves passed. -'It may be
noted that the South Vancouver high
school passed 35 out" of 35,' while Enderby high school passed 6 out of 6.
" In the preliminary course the following Enderby-' pupils passed: Olga
E. Carlson, 838 marks out of a possible 1000; and L. Maud Burnham,671.
Miss Carlson was' third high. out*, of
the 1700 pupils   writing -in ^these ex-
, ,,     ���������, animations throughout the'province.
A meeting - of the City  Council was m, ���������    ��������� ���������,    t '.       '      -���������       i
.   .,    -      , , . " 7 This is a wonderful    record ancl one
held Monday    evening;' acting Mayor,,T.     ���������   , - ,-, . ,    .>
���������r    ., .    .     ��������� ..'    t,   "' ������       '      Miss Carlson may   well be,proud of.
Worthington  in    the   chair  ^and all - *
which were to   have huen t'aken; and.
Scoutmaster    Campbell  was  shaping
things so as to give the .boys a-good-,
time. _ -,
When'the word-   was received' that
the plan    had    fallen   through,  Mr. _
Campbell then took up  the proposi- -
tion of taking-the Enderby troop to:
the cadet'camp*"at Oyama, on Long
Lake,',   Sixteen or twenty of .the local    troop . will   attend ,   the' camp,
which vwill start on������ August 18th;'and
continue one week. -     -'. ���������; '.'-.'
aldermen present. - -      ,, . x
.The principal "business /before the
Council.-was,; the consideration of the',
treasurer's statement";of finances'for
the "half "year
the total -revenue'X'or
In"'the'   advanced  ^course,'    junior
grade: Elsie' Arland,- 701 out of-a possible-1000;      Vivian  M.'    Nichol,>'632;
Frank M.- Pearson," 614;~Dorcas Brash,
��������� 606f    ''������������������'���������-     i     'A ". .-. ! ���������/' ,.-',   -
:The statement shows     m,,���������   ii.yy.������������������   "i-'A '���������"A.-   ."���������"      '  '-,
���������   ���������    ~ i   -The Armstrong  high  school, passed
 the prast'sixi8 out of -     - ���������
months'of ?40',S59: -  -Of .this amount P^
$8,949 'qame. from.,real estate 'taxes70n^. -Preliminary:    "'oorinha- .0.
deducting      rebates-    allowed; ^^  Herbert: a    Fisher,--Gorddn
N.  McQuarrie,    Wm'.    H.  Ball,  decile
���������18 in the preliminary course
out of    12'  in"  the.advanced
after    deducting      rebates
$1,684    from ��������� water   wi.rks^ system,
$1,412, Government school grant; $640
trade licences, $284 road tax; $80 "dog
tax; $48' interest; .$82 Police Depart-
L'. C. Grant,' Louise -'.Dodds, Dorothea
V. Manzer,  and   'Frank E. Freeman.'
^   ������������������������������������ ,.4. , Advanced course: John Mi McCallum";
ment; $700 recreation grounds;  $6,109, Wmnif|.ecl
sale of debentures and accrued inter-1
est;  and $20,616 . from  loans pending
Armstrong will inaugurate a bar:
gain-day celebration today, the system - being . to offer attractions to'
draw the'people there, and the' mei<
chants each offering a reduction to
buyers in some' 'particular, line. We
are interested in knowing how successful the plan will work out. It is
rather a difficult matter to combine
ling, who has much improved within  .���������        mt       ,    .,
,...,, 1TiS-     They don't mix.
the past few days. , -
The rate of a fare-and-a-third is The roof was put on the Connaughi^
being given by the C.P.'R. to anyone school this week, and the interior
desiring to go to Vancouver to in- jwork is to proceed as rapidly as it
spect H. M. S. New Zealand, which!can be carried forward. " Thus far
will be in Vancouver harbor until ]the work has proceeded ..without a
Aug. 4th. hitch of any kind, and tho high class
J. N. Grant has, added an all-round j of   workmanship    noticeable    in.the
-wood-working-machine-to  his turn-  huilding-as it now-stands-is'a credit
ing and finishing   shop, and can now,
work the rough    lumber into sashes
and doors,    shelving, etc., in a very
short time.
Uncle Tom's Cabin is a play that
is filled with interest for everybody,
and when played by a company as
good as the Stetsons is certain to be
the most satisfying thing you ever
have seen. Saturday evening at the
Opera House.
There was a   large    attendance to
to Contractor Ruttan and the men
who have had thc .various parts of
the construction in hand. Mr. T-I.
E. Blanchard has ���������superintended tho
work from the start. The.boilers
and heating plant is installed, and
all work connected with the construction has been completed up to
the plastering.
The railway .'troubles at Mara have
been amicably settled*     It seems to
have been   a   tempest  in a tea pot.
enjoy the band concert from the sta-1 The facts   in    connection with what
tion band stand last Friday evening, j the railway laborers were doing were 'payment of currentVilTs
The music   rendered    was of a very ��������� greatly    exaggerated. The whole
revenue .and sale of debentures, etc:
To offset these receipts, the expenditures were: .To Bahk- of Montreal, repayment of loans, etc. $17,-
723; interest, $2,075; board'of works
$3,247; ' waterworks system, $236;
Board of School Trustees, $3,893;
cemetery, $1,978; police department,
$672; city hall' maintenance,' $318;
donations, $1,063; street lighting,
$314; clerk, $600; dumping ground,
ment, $187; printing and stationery,
$194; Municipal elections, $58; engineer's charges, .$429; sundry, $204;
publicity, $209; public health, $61;
interest on current loans, $146. Tho
statement shows a balance at the
bank of $7,604, with outstanding
cheques to thc amount of $9,000.
A balance of $4,155 in tax money, is
yet"duc7"of' the~$13~32"3"l<Tvicd7
A letter was read from thc Okanagan Telephone Company, stating the
Company would increase the rental
to $4 per month on business phones,
and $3 per month on private residences. Clerk was instructed to
write the company, calling attention
to the conditions of franchise entered
into by the old telephone company
with the city, which bind thc company to make these charges $3 and
$2 instead of $4 and $3.
Finance committee recommended the
M. 'Wright;' Margery A.
Offerhaus, Greta! H.' McKee, Leila M.
Leverington and    Christina Patchett.
'It  would seem that'the coast pa-    -'
pers which gave- crcdance 'to the purported   ' interview    with   'MacLaren,
"the great cheese'king,-of, Toronto,,"
have been duped by the imperson'atr'
ing Mr. MacLaren, whoever; that "gen     A
tlemanmay be. .   According to these,   -
coast papers,, Mr. MacLaren, the To- '/. ._���������
ronto cheese king,- was in -Vancouver'-, "*
last -week,rand" took -occasion' to'-,tell :'-, ���������
the'Vublic'through't^flse papers-whatj'^A:
his cornpany-fSproposed,.- to-do":-,_in.ithe/^y
establishment.*   of-   milk/stations'.-fin;.-' ^
various  parts, of ������������������" British \Oolumbia."-V;.
On'-another^page" -in, this '"issuV'.bf"- the; '���������/
Press ;we give in 'detail-the,substance'-^ -���������;
of this reported "interview', v '���������=' .,-,- '���������-" y Vz.
"In order-J*,o_ -gather fuller iinforma--,,    ,
tion  regarding    the    proposed  milk"'."
packing .-plants,  the ; City." Council-" pf.:.--"'
Enderby - ordered    the' City'Clerk to .'
wire Mr:-,MacLaren:''   In reply'to the^. ;'-,-���������
wire the-following   message has been y'
received: - .      -'' '. " ' './- /,--;  '-/
'���������'Toronto, July 30:���������To.the,'Corp'or---I ,-,
ation of the City of Enderby:   Have
no connection whatever with any pro- ''' ���������:
p y,-1
* V-3_"'*������-.i"*^ I
The action of
posed  milk    companv.       Understand   '
the City Council in ; our nam'e -has " 'been: "use(1. ,in connec. y
connection with the proposed change ;.tion with same     . S].gnc^ MacLaren\.;.>
of rates by the Okanagan Telephone
Company, referred "to in these columns two weeks'ago,- seems quite inadequate. The city of Enderby" is
in a distinct position, in that-it "is
the only municipality in the Valley
.takin g_ad vantage of the���������Municipal.
Clauses Act, and demanded -as one of
the' conditions in ' the 25-year franchise, that' the monthly rental for
business houses should be not more
than $3 per month, and private residences not more than $2. The new
Okanagan Telephone Company is
bound by this agreement, and it is
up .to the City Council to hold thc
Company~"to~"it.~" It
Imperial Cheese CoM- Toronto.
The businessmen of Enderby met in
the City Hall last evening to organ-
ciation in Enderby.     Jlr. F. W. Rol-
6ton, secretary' of the Vernon ,association, was present and told of the
successful operation of the organiza-.
tion there in the past two years, and
pointed out the advantages that '
would come from thc organization in
Enderby. After considerable discus-
will" be"""reinerrr-" 8lou- it-was-decided to -organize,_and..--
bered what a hard fight knderby had jthe  following    were    elected
to put up four years ago to keep the president,   J-  B.    Crane;    v
old company out until it would accept thc conditions of the agreement
of the franchise. If these conditions
were worth fighting for then, thcy
arc worth fighting for to retain now.
This rental clause is binding until it
is declared of no consequence by the
dent, A. Reeves; secretary-treasurer
to be named; directors, E. R. Peel,
Geo. R. Sharpe, and Sidney Speers.
. The executive committee was instructed to solicit for members and
to report at a meeting to be called
by the    president   early    next week,
courts.   Until such   time it is  up to \
enjoyable character, and the crowds
were not backward in showing their
There are six more pupils to try
the high school exams from the Enderby school. These children were
detained at home owing to the epidemic of whopping cough and measles, and permission was obtained to
allow them to write when they had
sufficiently recovered.
Wide-mouth E. Z. Seal;- also Gem
and Schram Jars at Dill Bros.
trouble   arose    out    of a  misunderstanding and the lack of a brief explanation on the part of those who
could have cleared the case up.   The
[railway    company   is    simply taking
jthe land    reserved    for trackage and
[Station grounds,    but   which has up
I to the present   time   been.considered
a part of the property of Mara residents.       The   company   is amicably
settling with all concerned, giving a
99-year lease to    some, including the
provincial government for road pur-
The Northern Okanagan Land Co.
are revising and making new list of
town and farm property for fall business, ancl would be pleased to receive
your listing at thc earliest possible
Just arrived, a shipment of that
Keen-Kut shoe you have been asking
for, in black and tan, button and
lace.     Dill Bros.
your    summer   drinks at Dill
All kinds for the hot weather
when  the   organization  will  be  com-
thc city to hold the Company to the Plctcd-
old terms, the terms of its franchise.
WOOD SAWING���������Let me have your
orders for cutting logs into 16 to 24-
inch blocks. Apply, A. Bogert, Box
172, Enderby.
Tho effort on the part of the Vancouver Exhibition management to
gather from the Interior all the
troops of Boy Scouts they could induce to go to the coast, travelling,
expenses pfiid, resulted, in twelve
troops agreeing to make the trip.
But when the management undertook
to get special transportation from
the railway company for the boys,
the undertaking failed. Hence thc
scheme had to fall through. The
Enderby troop was one of thc bodies
Dill Bros, are Drightening the interior of their store by a coat of
Who gets the piano? v
W. J. Woods will give it away.
Remember it'a the ,Upton Parlor Grand.'
Go to Joe's ice cream parlor when
you want a refreshing soft drink or
a cooling dish of cream. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 31, 1913  Fernie Board of Trade Takes  Action Against Real Estate Peddlers  MARKING IMPORTED FRUIT  Thf Fernie Board of Trade as the  first public body in the Province to  take up the matter of ridding the  province of the. bunco real estate  vendors who have for the past few  years been imposing upon the ."easy  marks" throughout the Interior. It  is strange how easily some people  are caught if the hook is rightly  baited. Right in Enderby, we have  seen men who will not invest a cent  in safe, sound business and residential property in this town, bite at  the firrst bit of bait dangled before  their nose by these travelling real  estate  buncs,  and    before they know  OF    CANADA  Paid-up Capital. Reserve Fund CO 07C 000'  and Undivided Prollts (Over) VO������������������0 4 U5UUU  Total Assets (Over)    $6^,000,000  Distance is No Barrier  against carrying on your banking  easily and conveniently. Just  mail us your grain cheques, money  orders or cash for deposit, your  notes or bills for collection, or  your cheques to be cashed, with  your passbook, and������������������we can handle  your account as satisfactorily as   , what they are doing they have loaded ! each the sum of $1,000 per annum  if   you ���������������������������_ were   present   for   each   j upon them a lot or two in some land      ������������������������������������������������������---���������������������������  transaction. , 'game   situated    some    where in thc  . Banking by Mail is a great -wilderness along the Grand Trunk or  saver of time and travel. Ask ;out upon the 'prajries of tbe North-  our Manager about it. jwest.     "Green    fields are always far  jaway," to the    man   or  woman who  .! cannot see the practical  side  of any  question.     They arc "fish" for these  Board that the Government of the  Province of British Columbia be  urged to pass legislation to meet the  situation. '  "1. It is suggested that no town-  site or subdivision located outside  this province shall be placed on the  market in British Columbia until the  owner thereof satisfies the Government that there is a demand for such  lots in the town or district where  they are alleged    to   be located.  2. "That the Municipal Clauses  Act be amended to enable municipalities to tax transient real estate  agents,   their agents and sub-agents,  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  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.  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., Tastor.  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.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Wharf at Vancouver, B.C.,"  will be received at this ollice until  4.00 P.M.,. on Thursday, August 21,  1913, for the construction of a wharf  at Vancouver, B.C.  Plans, specification and form of  contract can be seen and forms of  tender obtained at this Department  and at the offices of C. C. Worsfold,  Esq., District Engineer, New Westminster, B.C.; J. S. MacLacblan,  Esq., District Engineer, Victoria, 13.  =G77^1Mie=^Dittrict=^En^"iire^r's=^'OHi;cl7  Confederation Life Building, Toronto  Ont.; J. L. Michaud, Esq., District  Engineer, Post Office Building, Montreal, Que., and on application to the  Postmaster at Vancouver, B.C.  sharks peddling outside real estate.  And that they are quick to take the  bait offered is demonstrated by this  resolution passed by the Fernie Board  of Trade:  "Whereas    the    District   of     East  Kootenay and    particularly the electoral district of Fernie is being overrun by transient real estate agencies  selling    Alberta    and    Saskatchewan  townsite   subdivision;     and   whereas  the greater part of the said .subdivisions are   situated    two    miles  and  more from the centre of the original  townsite and   the    lots    therein   arc  selling at an average of $150 per lot;  and  whereas    a    conservatively esti:  mated sum of   .$50,000    is being paid  for lots purchased in  these sub-divisions and sent   out    of the Province  each month from    the city of Fernie  ancl vicinity alone; and whereas it is  the opinion   of    this Board that the  said lots are at thc present.time of  value  only  for agricultural  purposes  at the "rate" of "about $15 per-acre and  cannot possibly have a residential or.  business value for years to come; and  whereas  it    is    the    opinion  of this  Board that    the .monthly'sums thus  paid out will be a total loss to the  purchasers in    the great majority of  cases:  "Be  it therefore    resolved  by  this  3. That a person collecting moneys under such agreements of sale  shall be liable to pay such fee unless  otherwise qualified by law."  Accompanying this resolution from  the Fernie Board of Trade came a  letter telling of the manner in which  the mining and lumber camps are  worked"by these real estate peddlars,  also notices of warning, .printed in  various languages, which are being  circulated in the camps throughout  that district. It all goes to show  how deadly in earnest the Fernie people are in the matter, and how much  reason there is for the word of warning given by the Board of Trade.  "It has come    to our notice," the  letter 'adds,    "that these real estate  peddlars are  making a special effort  to peddle    real    estate    to     nurses,  teachers,      clerks,      waitresses     and  chambermaids, in fact everybody and  more   particularly    to    the     classes  around  the mines and lumber camps,  and by  the inquiries   we are getting  from these people .we can plainly see  they have disposed of a great deal of  their stuff    which,    according to the  best information    we have been able  to secure, is worthless." When we say  worthless we mean that it will be a  good many    years    before the party  buying  this can  realize  what he has  paid for it, and in most cases never  will in "our generation."  Under the    Fruit    Marks   Act,  all  Canadian   shippers    of fruits     have  been compelled to comply with its requirements.       This    B.    C.   growers  have   faithfully    and cheerfully 'done,  though imported   fruit coming in direct    competition.; with  us  was    allowed to be sold    without hindrance  without in any way complying with  the law.       This    situation created a  condition of unfair competition which  the Dominion Government recognized  and in 1912 endeavored on the representation of the B. C. Fruit Growers  Association's  representations,   to  remove.   In this thcy were unsuccessful  because the law did not apply to imported   fl-uit,    and    even  if it   had,  there was no adequate provision for  its enforcement against foreign shippers.       Hon.   Martin    Burrell     was  again appealed to by the fruit growers, and he prepared legislation and  it was passed, coming into effect on  the 5th  of    July,    whereby the word  "importer" in the Act was made to  mean the person, firm "or corporation  in Canada to    whom fruit from outside of Canada, is sold, shipped, consigned or   delivered.       And the law  holds the importer responsible for the  fruit    imported   being     graded    and  marked to   conform    to    the regulations imposed upon   Canadian growers by the Act.  "It should be a matter of congratulation to British Columbia growers  that this unfairness has been removed,'" writes . Mr. R. M. Winslow,  secretary of the' Association. "We  are confident that the change.will assist materially in securing for our  fruit a market at a fair price. The  success of the B. C. Fruit Growers'  Association in this matter will be. of  benefit of all the. fruit growers of  Canada and should greatly encourage  us to improve the -conditions of the  industry in other ways."  -An agricultural building for exhibition purposes:will" be built in New  Denver at,a cost of $3,000.        '.        "  Remember the date of Dr. Taube's  visit to Reeve's Drug Store, on Monday, Aug. 11th, and if there is anything wrong with your, eyesight do  not fail to consult him.  ?   -\T��������������������������� r> 1. .j- tt... ii-        T.PT-.. 4  I  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered uhlcss  made .on the printed forms supplied,  "ami signed "with their" nctunl "signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In thc case of  firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of  residence of each member of the firm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to five per cent (5 p.c.-)'  of the amount, of thc tender, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  Tbe Department docs not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R.  C.  DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, July 8, 1913.  Newspapers   will    not    be paid  for  this advertisement    if   they insert it  without authority   from  this Depart  ment.���������������������������44G61.  ;: New Process of Handling Milk  to be Introduced in Province |  Mr. A. F. MacLaren, of Toronto, famous as a I  Canadian cheese king, has announced that it is the " .f  intention of his company to establish ten milk- $  handling plants in the province of British Columbia. Mr. MacLaren has control of a process which  enables his company to preserve milk indefinitely.  The milk is homogenized, sterilized and pasteurized  .b_y^this=new^processrand=onc-e-bottled-wil]-keep=for=  Homeseekers ��������������������������� Should  Come to Enderby  BECAUSE it is one of the healthiest spots on earth, only two children and no adults having died ol  disease in the last eight years.  BECAUSE, when you arrive, the  Board of Trade will take you in hand  and make you feel rat home, and see  that you arc satisfactorily settled.  BECAUSE you will find here all the  advantages and beauties of a magnificent 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 tha 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.  BECAUSE you will find here all the  advantages to be found any place  else in thc 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.     u '  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 cli-, '  mate second to none; cot too wet or  too dry;   splendid  'growing summers  and glorious healthful winters."   J.  BECAUSE you"- will" find the" reli- -.  gious, educational and social ad van i-z.  ages all you could wish.    . ���������������������������  Frock Coats  years in any climate.   The milk is bottled and can  f   be ordered by the case.  I ^ Mr. MacLaren believes he will do as much for  + the milk industry of the Dominion as he has in the  ���������������������������T development of the cheese industry. He sees a  great field for the use of this bottled milk in the  Oriental markets, and predicts for the industry an  almost limitless-success.-- - The - milk-retains "its  f food qualities and, thus bottled, is germ proof.  % The factories of the company in the Northwest  t   are many carloads behind in their orders owing to  $   the immense demand.    They are selling this bot- .������������������,  J   tied milk in 900 Toronto stores. J  | The first of these plants to be established will :*:  J   be built at once   at  Clayburri.     This will be the &  |   starting point for an industry that promises to be X  I   of great help to the farmer,  and will indirectly %  |   turn his attention to mixed farming, in the success 3:  |   of which the future of British Columbia is bound S  up.   In addition to the plant at Clayburn, it is pro- j:  posed to erect factories on Vancouver Island, in i  Nicola Valley,  the Okanagan, Kootenay, and at ������������������  |   favorable points on the line of the C. P. R. ������������������  ). It is in this connection some concerted action &  |   should be taken to bring to the attention of the I  $   Canadian cheese king the importance of-the En- f  I   derby-Mara district as a dairying centre.    There I  j.   is scarcely a section in the whole of the Dominion I  j.   that is better adapted than this,  and there could I  |   be no better place for one of these factories to be I  ).   established than at Enderby.   It is a matter for X  $   the Board of Trade and the City Council to deal I  X   with, and that promptly. ?  QRDINARY kinds of Frock Coats  ^   are as common as lamp posts,  A Hobberlin Frock Coat is designed  and cut and tailored by men who  are artists, and symmetry is its  .middIe^name._lt^wereiar=better4or-  you never to wear a frock at all  than to wear one which fails to give  you that symmetry of line���������������������������which  it is the function of such a garment  to give. -  ���������������������������  Soft flexible textures in deep Oxfords,  pure black Cheviots or  v undressed worsteds.  DILL  Gents'  Furnishers  BROS.  ENDERBY, B. C  Sole Agents for Hobberlin Tailoring  ���������������������������H'H-:������������������^-:h-:-k-K'+':^m������������������m-:������������������h������������������ *k-k������������������k������������������ ^^^h^h-w-w^^-h^h-h-'^k'  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit Land     ���������������������������  '   Hay Land  Town Lot*  MOWAT  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  Lon-ton-L-incashire Fire Insurance Co.  Royal InsuranceCo.,of Liverpool (Lifedep t  . , The London & Lancashire Guarantee    ��������������������������� ,-,  Acciden-t Co., of Canada., .,,....    ...-.������������������������������������������������������  BELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  ..  |rJ  H  > fl  ���������������������������I  I fi Thursday, July 31, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  V  Ua  ty-  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 arc 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.  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 , my  "gasoline .launch or row boats as^may  be desired, by the trip, hour, day,  week or . month, to all the fishing  places on the lake and the. camping  grounds. Prices reasonable for good  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT,  Cottonwood Point.  States gave a battle  has given    nothing.  ship.  The  first at-  Visit of the New Zealand Warship  ��������������������������� to Victoria and Vancouver!*^ to meet the wishes ������������������f the  [British admiralty wa." made by Pre-  onies purchased   and built ships and  small craft   suitable    for harbor de-  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed *& Sale Stables  4       ENDERBY, B^ C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  ,  Comfortable and Commo-  .dious Stabling for teams.  ^    ; Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  '*-     _T_:_     ' "vxf      ~_'       _'. -i -* - -4~>_~  -, -"Land-seekers and Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.' v  < >  < >  Norman Gfainit  BUILDER &  U  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer.in Windows, Doors, .Turnings,  and all   factory    work.   Rubberoid  ^ Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. C. SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell Street     ' Enderby.  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.  OVER 68 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac  Anyone lending m sketch ������������������nd description m������������������y  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Intention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest Tfaency for secunngrpateiits.  Patents taken through Munn St Co. receive  tptcial notice, without charge, ln the  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation ot any scientific journal. Terms for  Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealers.  MUNN8Co.36IBro������������������d������������������������������������*NewYork  Branch Oflice, 625 F St, Washington, D. C.  WHY NOT BUY YOUR SETTING EGGS AT  HOME ?  ��������������������������� Pen 3 laying strain, pedigreed and bred for 14 years  for eggs alone, 15,000: Mothers of the contest  pullets now at Victoria. Pen 4, ten pullets, full  sisters to pen in context, {4,00 per sot. Pen 5,  ���������������������������rdlnary, 12,00 per setting:. Order early, inquiries  coming by every mail.  H. E. WABY, ENDERBY. B. C.  The visit of the New Zealand ship  of war to the Pacific Coast of Canada, and her reception by the people  of Victoria and Vancouver, emphasizes the humiliating position in  which Canada finds herself as the result of the Senate's action in killing  the Borden naval aid bill. It is an  inspiring story of how the units of  the Empire across the Pacific have  come forward in answer to the. beck  of the Motherland, with ships of war  to assist in the Empire's defence. Is  the story of the killing of the naval  aid- bill by the Canadian Senate .as  inspiring? The splendid specimen of  dreadnought contributed by New Zealand, with her population of one million, makes the story of, Canada's  attitude, with her, eight (.millions,  read the more embarrassing.  There is not - another important  unit of the Empire which has not  contributed' its -share to strengthening the British fleet, while the most  prosperous' Dominion of them all,  Canada, was forced to say to the  firet lord of the British admiralty,  "we do not believe you need what  you say you would like us to give,  and we will not give it." The history of naval co-operation between  the Motherland and the colonies is  the strongest possible argument for  the endorsation of the Borden proposals to -place three dreadnoughts  at the service of,_ the Empire's fleet  until a permanent policy could "be  worked out and submitted to the  people for approval. The'first proposals for naval defence between the  colonies and the Homeland emanated  from Australia. . In the seventies  there was an alarm in the Antipodes  over the aggression c of Russia and  India, and a suggestion was made to  the admiralty that if it could see fits  way ' clear to - increase the squadron  of the British warships in those waters the colonies might help to defray the additional expense'. It was  not until. 1878 .that, any serious at-.  tempt was made to 'tackle other problem. - In that year-a plan was formulated by which ' the Imperial" navy  was to protect the floating commerce  and "Australia ; to supply, protection  for 4the principal ports-by means of  mines, forts, etc. Forts'were erected and several of the Australian col-  fence.  , In 1887  the Australian government entered into a scheme with  the Homeland whereby the colonies  hired a force'of men-of-war as an addition to the Australian squadron.  This force consisted of five third-  class cruisers of 2,500 tons displacement and two torpedo gun-boats..  Great Britain bore the cost of building and equipping these vessels and  Australia agreed to pay the sum of  ������������������91,000 annually for their maintenance and manning and also the sum  of ������������������35,000 annually for ten years as  a contribution towards tne original  cost.  Then in 1897 Cape Colony offered  the cost of a first-class battleship  but subsequently agreed to pay ������������������30,-  000 annually towards' the cost of the  Imperial navy. Natal at this time  offered a gift of 12,000 tons of coal  annually. -jAt the third Imperial  Conference the contribution - of. Australia was increased' to a million dollars a year while the New Zealand  contribution which had been previously ������������������20,000 a year was doubled. The  Cape Colony-. contribution was increased to ������������������46,000 for the general-  maintenance of the navy. The Natal  contribution was altered from 12,000  tons of coal to ������������������35,000' annually.  Little Newloundland offered a contribution of ������������������3,000 towards the maintenance oj a branch' of the Royal-  Naval Reserve and a.capital sum of  ������������������1,800 for fitting" up and preparing a  drill ship.  To sum up: Australia gave ������������������126,-  000 annually from 1887 to 1902 and  from 1902 to 1907 gave $200,000 a  jyear, when a local fleet was established on a big basis, .including a  battleship. New Zealand gave ������������������20,-  ! 000 from 1887 to ,1902, and from 1902  jto 1907 ������������������40,000 a year, when the contribution was raised to ������������������100,000, and  in addition has" given .the battleship'  now visiting, the coast. . Natal from  1897-to 1902" gave IMOOtons of coal  annually- and y since^ then' ������������������35,000, a  year. Cape Colony from 1897/to  1902 gave ������������������30;00(f annually, :a'nd>ince  then ������������������40,00(V a year. -, Newfoundland  has-given ������������������3,000 a^year towards the.  maintenance, of a" branch "of the Royal'  Naval  Reserve, since -1902.,  ,.Malay  wa?  mier Borden in his Ns*.val Aid Bill.  It was fought in tbe house by Sir  Wilfrid Laurier and his followers and  had to be carried by the enforcement  of closure rules. In the Senate the  Liberal majority killed the bill.  WEARY WILLY A WAG.  Canada J up their houses for the summer,  they found that a small colony  of tramps had been spending a  comfortable winter in them. At  one cottage the owner found  that his visitors had helped themselves to his provisions and had  entertained themselves with his  phonograph. On the machine,  all ready to play, was the very  appropriate selection, "Then  You'll Remember Me."  W. J. WOODS GIVES IT AWAY  When the residents of St. Paul  and Minneapolis who are fortunate enough to  own   cottages   at     The better you   live in the present  Lake Mmnetonka began to open the better will you live in the future.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  WE   are   determined   to  give  the  people of  Enderby and District. the best quality of  Household Furnishing on the market, at live-  and-let-live   prices,   and   solicit your  patronage.  Come in and examine our stock of high-class furniture  "   tedsprings, mattresses,'carpets,,matting, etc.    We,,  will be pleased to show them. ,  FU R IM I TU R E D E ALE RS, r g^SSra  ENDERBY. B.C.  UPHOLSTERERS  ���������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A "Bruce" Yarn About     '  Hansard Depicting Rascality  If there is one thing more than another that has discredited the Liberal party in British Columbia, it is the  rabid, foolish scolding tactics of the Vancouver Sun, the  Liberal organ of .the.. West. Argument has given way to  misrepresentation and ' jawing." The silliest bit of curbstone buncomb is greedily picked up by The Sun and enlarged upon and discolored to make political mudballs with  which to pepper the Provincial and Dominion administrations.   Every action of either of the governing bodies,   or-anv, of_the.ministers, meets with the same scolding dis-  approval.   Statements are made without a grain~bTtruth~y  back of them, and very often they are so absurd that the  common sense of any clear-headed individual must brand  them as political lies without i looking for any evidence to  . refute the statement.   For instance the following:  "Le Canada, the influential French-Canadian newspaper published in Montreal; charges the Conservative*  machine with circulating a false Hansard. It says that  this rascality is.of a piece with all Conservative tactics and  that that party cannot play fair.-Le Canada draws atten- '-  tion to the omission from this counterfeit Hansard of the  scandalous treatment of Sir Wilfrid Laurier in the house  when the naval bill was finally passed. It can readily be  understood that the Conservatives are ashamed of their  conduct on that occasion and, would like to have it eliminated from all government records. But it does not do in  attempting to accomplish that end to give the public an  emasculated edition of a publication which the country is  taxed to support. Hansard is a government record; the  reporters who take down the | speeches of the members of  the house and the occurrences in parliament are sworn,  and that a public document of that kind should be distorted is a reflection on the government which nothing  ���������������������������.������������������ .  Ai :J.'.\- AI  IP YOU ARE LOOKING FOR ASET OP HOME-MADE  IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET MYPRICES; IN STOCK  WHIPS, BITS,:, SPURS,"BRUSHESAND.EVERYTHING IN  NESS LINE.;. -./"-'-',-'- V,  -���������������������������.   A^7--"y77    z.  zyyyj--'y'-  PAIR    WEAR   OR;. FREE JRESPAIRS^C  .A. ^/;;  REPAIRING-DONE  HARNESS,;  SADDLES;"  THE;HAR-,  4        ~\    .    '-,    K.  /-i-zzi-i-i  .  z.tfy.yy;?^ _  PROMPTLYAND.ONLY.BEST MATERIALOJSED1  -^ -sr-G_l. - -T-,-  G; RUTHERFORD^CliffSSiiEiidwl^  _\-4,,   lil*,\ c p-l  E ND E R BY.  No Irrigation Requiredx\  Ay These lands are. situated on the benches hear Enderby ami, are especially-suited for-Fruit and Vegetables," and, having' been in crop,-are in splendid condition for planting. "    ~  \   _"'"'.' ~.-'- "<-, "'.   ."-"j  An experienced fruit grower is Uncharge and   will   give instruction to.;  purchasers free of charge, or orchar.     'yill be   planted   and-cared for at a--  mbderato charge.     -                   ".-'--    ''....     ../..'     '      '    'Ay/  160 acres, sub-divided into 20:acrelot8_.,<-,-"now on themarket at-_$175'  per "acre.  - . / .'".'**'. Z  ' ���������������������������    '-"  " '���������������������������--"  -Get in on the first'block and,make money on the advance. -   -   :      l-i-A"-'/'  Apply to��������������������������� " <��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������.-'        Y.' - -" ,"���������������������������_"-  GEORGE PAKHAMr  '    c ' ' Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.  *  f- -p ?-~  --. -\ irf  --1 Jyi'l  An  >������������������  can excuse.  It is just such ridiculous. statements as these that is  bringing the Liberal organ at Vancouver its bad name.  "Bruce" cannot confine himself to his old-granny page in  the Sunset. He spills over into The Sun. If there is one  man in the Dominion house who received more consideration at the last session than he deserved, that man was  Sir Wilfrid Laurier. He led his party fqllowers,.in the face  of the most certain expressed will of the people, to kill  the Naval Aid'Bill, and in so doing forced Canada into the  most humiliating position the Dominion ever has had to  assume. Nol; only this, but he led his party into a political  error a thousand fold worse than his reciprocity pact of  1911.   Sir Wilfrid can blame himself for his downfall.  .1  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  -��������������������������� We have some gilt.edged originalprairie Townsites, (not Bub-diyisiona)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an ez-  _ tensive:advertislng_carapaign".in _ENDERBY_as_ soon_"oa_ J^LAomplet^jjiLT-'  rangeraents with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply��������������������������� ,     . ���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO  Tlie "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.  ACS K NTS THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ���������������������������'h~ *ss*%r'<~^/AzXA^^*--z  Swimming Against  r=the Stream =  la like trying to do a oucceor.ful  business without advertising.  And it is not expensive to gam  desirable publicity by the use of  printers' ink. Our Classified  Want Ads. cost llttje and are  road by nearly everyone.  Try them as a system tonic  for your business.  f������������������rrt������������������t<-4 I** V/ H. W   hK*,4.         1      ���������������������������^-frrmmmiwa.mmmmnrajXBseBS  YEARS AGO peoplo used to  mnke thotnselvcn heard by  shouting from the house tops.  If you tried thnt to-day you  would probably hove to appear  before a commission in insanity.  KOW-A-DAY4' the husJneos  man uses our W(>������������������t Ads.  4*Pr,p������������������h,Nl IV- I, 11   w   UrCnJr  If you are looking for a situation  a Classified' Want Ad. Is the koy  which will unlock thc door'to tha  private office of tho business man.  Ho Is too busy to Interview all  promiscuous callers, but you can  catch his attention and secure  an appointment by a "Situation  Wanted" ad.  LUBRICATE  The Wheels of Business  Our Classified W.int Ads. furnish a  Inbncanl that is tfood for any kind of  business machinery  Do you want an employer or an em  ploytx. Have you something lo sell or is  there something you,wish to buy?  No matter how larj;e or how small  your business is. Condensed Ads. will im  prove it���������������������������Oil up.  i, i  Dollar Doublers  Our Ctosslflod Want Ada. ar*  real dollar doublors. In shoo  leather and nervous mtimrgy thoy  will save you many times thoir  small cost by bringing to your  door what you roqutro, whother  it ba efficient help, a deslrsriMo  borrower for surplus cash, a pa*  sition or a domestic.  A most convincing; and Inex-  conslvo proof would bo to try a  Want Ad.  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  particular locality every day in the  year.  Ooeynou* ���������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������*  HsOvdt  fiBJfflEraK-apsaiai  .���������������������������MKS-WM LP- ���������������������������; .  Money makes Money  Your money win work while you  sleep if loaned at good interest,  and you can find safe and satisfactory borrower* by placing a  money-to-tan ad. le our Classified Want rnlwii. A first  mortgap It at tall as a bank  ������������������nd Kit trdans* It twice as big.  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 ge.t 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  mnttZtzzivtwimsiar* r'"-'r"ri'**irT''v-T������������������iiT  m.vnmum^mwr p������������������  GIVE    IT    A    TRIAL!  A  MIS  *^*eS*wne^*ma>zxiEttZr������������������,.-.M '.pM.u.jijii^j.., ,*.^m. ..-r^tf-j���������������������������ny^'wujuiwii.1.. wuij ii ii. j.al.1 mmmm  Did   you   make a   mis-hit  the" time you "emDloycdthe"  Inst " help."  Don't worry. There are  lots of good fish in tlie sea,  and a sure bait to catch them  is a Want Ad.  J^rw**"* ������������������������������������������������������������������������ k������������������ ���������������������������   ���������������������������  ���������������������������*C������������������t#t  ������������������m������������������^ES!&SE8SmBSkaWamBi  : *^.*,3Jtufe!J������������������Ji  A SQUARE PE<  in a Round Hole  You may bc alright, but if  you arc in thc wrong position  you "a re I i kea squ a re peg- i na"  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.  Getting into the Home  Women buy more than  two-thirds the merchandise sold in retail stores  and every woman reads  the Classified Want Ads.  Our paper goes into the  homes and the Want  Ads. will reach the  Spenders,  :\  INTHE RACE FOR BUSINESS  ��������������������������� The gentleman on ��������������������������� the tortoise  represents thc man who does not  hilveitise���������������������������tiie one who tries to do  business as it was done in tiie clays  of the tallow candle or the oil lamp  Are you in the glare of thc electric light���������������������������in thc automobile of  Modern .Methods?  Our Want Ads. arc high voltage  batteries, whether you want light  or   power���������������������������business  publicity  or/^  competent help  forj���������������������������,hiM Ittr, V, !! \r M4<s,pli  He has no more use for his  "To Let" sign.  He used our Classified Want  Ads. and found a good tenant.  wm  Attracts Attention  Classified Want Ads. nre always  noticed. They are read with  interest by intelligent people  who are on the look-out for  favorable opportunities to fill  their requirements. Whether  your business be large or small  the Classified Want Columns  will help you.  CfP/NflkM MT fcj H. W   tfrO.,*}  l  Find the Finder  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 d-on't  you think the finder would do the  same.  If you wl9h to find the finder  uso our Classified Want Ads.  CcpJrtiMM VIA t-j B. W. ll������������������CQr4.* , J  ''1  I  mzszyzyjrmizzyyjyyAj/m as*=2u^M^ I  Thursday, July 31, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  MALT  Extract  "I VTVIVl" IVIVI V I V I V I V I V  When that tired feeling  comes over you, and your  appetite goes on strike, it  is an indication that you  need a tonic. There is  nothing better than Malt  Extract to tone up the  tired body.  ENDERBY PRESS  *m ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>..������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������*������������������  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  Published every  Thursday at  Endesby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates; Transient, 50c an incli first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. $1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices: 12c a line first insertion; Sc a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 15c a line.  JULY 31. 1913  B. C.'S INEXHAUSTIBLE- TIMBER  /  PROFESSIONAL  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon,  9 to 10:30  Afternoon, 3 to 4  Evening, 6:30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sta. ENDERBY  ���������������������������TINDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK. Proprietress  Maternity Fees, $20 per w������������������ek  Fee������������������ covering ordinary illness, $2.50 per day.  ENDERBY. B. CZ  SECRET. SOCIETIES  H:E. BLANCHARD  W. M.  A;F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular- '. meetings ,- first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows, Hall. ^Visitrhg  brethren cordially "invfted.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  _. Z^A^^^SS?   Eureka Lodge, No. 50  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  O.'F. hall, Metcalf block.   Visiting brother.*) always    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY.   N. G.  HOWARD LOGAN. V. G.  R. E. WHEELER. Sec'y.  ...               J. B. GAYLORD, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  -  "-No. 35. K.of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  T. E. RODIE, C. C.  .  C. E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  JOHN BURNHAM. M.F.  Hall suitable farConcerts, Dances and all public  ���������������������������ntertainmonts.    For rates, etc., address,  T. E. RODIE. Enderby   POLITICAL  ENDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  -ASSOCIATION,  From time to time statements appear in   the    Press    relative to the  amount of standing timber in British  Columbia,    its    increase  by   natural  growth, the    depletion ^caused by industrial    operations    and    fire,   and  there is a tendency to speculate as to  whether this resource of the Province  is inexhaustible.       It may be stated  that according to a conservative estimate made by the Forest Department  the total stand    of   commercial timber in the   Province is not less than  300,000,000,000 feet. '   At present the  lumber output is about 1,250,000,000  feet per year.'    The natural growth  of the   forest " of    British Columbia  yearly is approximately 6,000,000,000  feet, or nearly five times the amount  cut so   that    unless" the     depletion  caused    through    fire , becomes  very  much greater   in    the future than it  has been in the past it is' safe to assume that the timber resource is to  all intents   and   purposes inexhaustible.     The Forestry    Department at  Victoria has-  embarked  on  a policy  that intends to keep pace with trade  development in the matter of forest  protection.     This province possesses  an unique opportunity as it has taken  up the conservation of its forests at  a very early date in .the history of  the commercial. use   of this product  in British .Columbia.      That is why,  having  regard to  the great  natural  growth, that it is almost certain, if  the forest   fire'  protection service is  increased with expanding needs, that  the timber recources of this province  will remain inexhaustible.     In addition the duty of -.the Forest' Branch  is * to establish   an   "active^and well-  guarded" policy for the /utilization^ of  mature" timber along lines" that ,will  encourage legitimate development and  provide for 'the -; utilization  and improvement of the forests.  a single drop of rain falling from  seedtime until harvest. This is the  Durum wheat, Apulia, which we originally introduced from the dry belt of  Italy. Our success has been due to  the use of what we term "Moisture-  saving fallows." The great problem  of South Africa agriculture is not  the problem of fertility. It is the  problem of the conservation of moisture. We have now solved that  problem, and made possible the immediate settlement of our dry or  arid lands."  GAME  WARDEN    NOTES  Provincial Game Warden Williams  has concluded to put another deputy  on to"cover the Okanagan and Kettle  Valley district. The appointment  will be made to run under the supervision of Deputy Game Warden Blurton.  Two convictions were secured in  July by Deputy Game Warden Blur-,  ton, One F. F. Berthelette, of Mabel Lake district, was fined by Government Agent L. Norris for having  venison in his possession out of season, and Leo Petrona, of Kelowna,  was fined flOO by Magistrate Boyce  for killing deer out of season.  John McNamara, the first man to  be tried on a charge growing out of  the robbery of the Bank of Montreal  in New Westminster, on the night of  Sept. 14, 1930,' was convicted on the  charge-of stealing the $3,000 automobile from the garage of T. J. Trapp,  and the extreme penalty under the  law, nine years' imprisonment, was  imposed by Mr.  Justice Morrison.  WILL  ADVERTISE   BY  "MOVIES"  The Forestry.Branch of the Department .of Lands is certainly a live institution. Moving" pictures are ,now  to be made of -the inception of a forest fire, the . methods" employed for  summoning ai<*\,\ -actual scenes of  fighting, and subduing the flames with  the thrilling incidents involved  The actual surplus is as good as  Hon. W. T. White's estimate in the  House. More <> than '$55,000,000 balance on the right side of the ledger  and a reduction of $20,000,000 in the  national debt is a record'of .which  any government would have a right  to be proud.  If you want something you'-should  pray for it,as,if you had no hope? on  earth, and work for it as if yo.r ex-'  pected no' help from heaven.- '.  The-fellow-who. complains of. haying so many temptations, is usually  one who spends "_ most" of his time  hunting "them. '��������������������������� Ditto aches and  pains. l       "   "   j--  ,       ,���������������������������''���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'    ���������������������������'���������������������������  Before .we can '.fill our homes with  the pure air outof God's threat, fiee,-  open sky,- we have to drive ,the bad  air out.     .    , ���������������������������       -������������������������������������������������������.-.  3.' L. RUTTAN,  President.  H. M. WALKER  Secretary.  /  DOWNHAM &  GILDEMEESTER  CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS  ENDERBY, B.C.  English expert has' been engaged to  get films of the system of, forest-fire  protection that -has been installed,  showing it at work in its various departments. These,will be exhibited  at Eastern Canadian and British  centres of population. In addition  the film artist will take a series  of pictures of tbe logging in-  -dustryp=in^iBritish=iColuniMa.==It=is-  proposed to reproduce on the films  every phase of the industry. " It is  considered that these films will be  valuable to investors in the industry  as affording an object lesson in the  progress that has been made, and in  addition will prove an interesting advertisement of the timber resources  of the Province.  -, Eighty-five   per . cent of headaches'  are caused through eye: strain, and if  you are   troubled .that way do not  An | fail to consult Dr.    S. L. Taube,  at  Reeve's Drug Store, on Monday, Aug,  11th. ���������������������������       " ��������������������������� '  Bank of Montreal ?  ' l Established 1817 .   -" ,*,"���������������������������, V \  Capital, $16,000,000    ... --"'_" Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G./J. Mr. ,3.  \  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Preside,   ,H. V. Meredith *     ',*:r  /' BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.   A 7  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  \ .;  Deposits received from $1 upwards,-aud interest. allowed at current rates!  ^        Interest'credited 30th; June and ,31st December. ���������������������������        "'- "<   "jZA/Z  KNDERBY BRANCH', "~:  -J . *        .    A. E. Taylor,,fManager  .-.-v  p- ��������������������������� - :y l  -, ,- 'ij\  '":"_ to*/ -i}l  ���������������������������*  ��������������������������������������������� I-' .'"ll  - * yy. r\  - p-.-l     '  '    4"    -*. t-.-s  -V ;;���������������������������-',: H> I  ���������������������������l&*  :-!->..  51-  y%  .������������������������������������������������������si  Sfl  If you  AGRICULTURE IN SOUTH AFRICA  Estimates   and   drawings   cheerfully  submitted  Furniture  made to order   '  Office and Shop in Poison Block  On Gl Street near George  Dr. Macdonald, of the Union Agri-  ciltural Department, an enthusiastic  exponent of the dry farming movement in South Africa, in an interview in the London Dally Telegraph,  says that South Africa is becoming  the richest agricultural country in  the British Empire. As a fruitgrowing country it surpasses? ������������������.ven  California in deciduous and citrus  fruits, and as a cattle ranching country, where cattle are raised in continuous sunshine and in a land where  blizzards are unknown. He says the  richest farmers in the British Empire  are the ostrich farmers of Cape Colony. ' "America has grown wheat on  an 8-inch rainfall; Australia has  grown wheat on a 5-inch rainfall,"  says he, "but we in South Africa  have grown a rainless wheat. That  is to say, that during the past season, at Lichtenburg, which is situated in the dry zone of the Trans- I  vaal,  we have grown wheat without j  to sell  List it with me.  If you want, to  buy land/ s������������������e me.  My *������������������w booklet dencriptivo of the Mara DU-  triel is now out.   GET  ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.  Maintains its. HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY.   Each'\ \  Sack contains ,flour that will act like the'last sack andr;\  always ..give you GOOD results, in BREAD baking. .pWe~  exercise no end of CARE in CLEANING aud WASHING -���������������������������  wheat, and also in milling our Moffet's Best FlourV.  This :  all means success to the baker..     ,      --'77, A j. A.   //,-  YOUR   GROCER   SELLS   !T  If   he   does not,   call   up   our   office,    'Phone. - 41!  4  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited.  ���������������������������-4-.4W  .t'.ti  y-vii&i  -    V*-4< F'������������������4SVJ  !A*-'*M:'-y4/s?'?? I  'rf?4^'Si     l  4- .    4,4 ���������������������������  A- ---.-'/ *��������������������������� C -*l  -*'---ft;"x.-|  ���������������������������,Zy-Z\  JZitii  '    .1 ~t  Finest in the Country  ' 'Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick, hotels Jn _tne_ .country..: ;.AUhQ_ugh:  The   Armstrong  Greenhouses  w  E have fresh cucumbers, tomatoes and  other vegetables for sale;  flower and vegetable plants  of  all  kinds;   cut flowers,  bouquets,   sprays,4 wreaths  at all times.  Alwyne Buckley  PHONE  111     ARMSTRONG  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowory'H Led**.)  King Edward Hotel, && J?URPHY Enderby  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuildings  Here are.   some   specials in lumber while they. lait:  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. E���������������������������d.rby m  m  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 31, 1913  ���������������������������WSMMpWI^^  of)KJCMtt9i' ���������������������������*     c|  You need tools that LAST. So  do we. Our stock is composed  of exactly that class of tools. We  could not sell any other kind and  retain our large list of customers.  Ask your neighbors���������������������������then come and inspect our  stock, and get prices.  ip-i'wK %X:y?-ti:;*r'*fi zrfi  ^rt  BK  Come and Take Part  in the Seventh  Annual  and Water Carnival  held at Kelowna  August 13 % 14  For further Particulars see Posters, or write  A. L. MEUGENS, Secretary, KELOWNA  EYE-SIGHT  Weh  of  ave made arrangements with the TAUBE OPTICAL CO.,  f Vancouver ancl Calgary, for their Eyesight Specia'ist  DR. S. L. TAUBE  [who has had forty-two years' experience in the Optical business]  TO BE AT OUR STORE ON  -MONDAYt AUG, 11th ���������������������������  If thore is anything  wrong with vour Eyesight,  do not fuil to consult him  All work is guaranteed absolutely as tested  1    A. Reeves' Drug Store, Enderby    I  MORE CANADIAN    NEWSPAPERS  We have just received from  thc publishers, A. McKim, Limited, Montreal, a copy of the 1913  edition to their Canadian Newspaper Directory. This work  shows that within the last year  over one hundred new papers  have started to publish in the  Dominion. In fact so quickly is  our Canadian Newspaper field  spreading out that A. McKim,  Limited, have decided that it will  be necessary in future to publish  the Canadian Newspaper Directory annually instead of bienially  as "before.   This Canadian News  paper Directory gives full particulars of practically every publication in Canada, and is intended  as a guide to advertisers, in selecting papers best suited to their  requirements.  The work before us is most  comprehensive, and gives the  population of every newspaper  town and the circulation of practically every paper in the Dominion. In all it describes 1,688 publications issued in Canada and  Newfoundland, of these 152 are  daily, 1,281 weekly or semi-  weekly, 232 monthly and 23 published less frequently.  UNFOOLABLE FATHER.  X<>4<*~f<>4<>><>+<>><^^ o+<>><>-f<>K>--*K*-4-<>4<>^^  I used to do   some little tricks  my father disapproved;  Would  play with tools he'd put  in place and said should not be  moved;  Go fishing1   when he pointed out  some weeds among* the corn-  Do all the bad things boys have  done since first a bp-y was born.  I never stopped to figure that he'd  had a boyhood too���������������������������  I used to think I'd fool my dad,  but now I know he knew.  He knew that when his back was  turned I'd work a ltttle less  Than when he stayed about me  with his rigid watchfulness;  He knew his orders roused in me  a little streak of mule-  Was he not once as young as I,  and quite as big a fool?.  And so,   although   he   held   his  peace, this thing I say is true:  I used to think I fooled my ,dad,  but now I know he knew.  Now I've some chicks who don't  agree with all their father's  . laws:  This disobeying's not the joke I  once believed it was.  We see their rattle-brained mistakes through eyes of riper  years���������������������������  The wisdom crop within those  eyes is watered oft with tears,  Some day when puzzling o'er  their own, they'll sigh���������������������������and  'twill be true���������������������������  "We used to think we fooled our  dad, but now we know he  knew."  SQUELCHING CHILDREN.     .  We wonder whether'it ever occurs to. a young child what a  great- nuisance he is in the world,  or what tremendous efforts the  world puts forth to abate him!  The whole idea of school discipline1 is suppression. The child  must sit rigidly at his desk; he  must not move about or whisper,  or even shuffle his feet;c not .because that is good for 'him���������������������������on  the contrary, it is as bad as vpossible for him���������������������������but because if- he  made a sound it would "annoy the  teacher!  At home he must behave properly," which usually means in a  manner to give the least possible  annoyance" to his elders. With  his healthy young barbarian  nerves, his overflowing physical  energy, his normal inclination to  leap and shout, he is a perpetual  object of terror to grown-ups. ,If  he moves at all a line of nervous  tension comes into their foreheads  and they look as frightened as  though he were a bomb that  might explode at any moment.  If young children were given  to reflection they would probably  picture the world as a large  spider-web of sick adult nerves,  which any natural motion on  ,their_.part,_was_bound_ _to_ rend..  They are taught implicit, unquestioning obedience, in order that  the adult may shut them off instantly by holding up a finger,  thereby saving himself the nervous wear and tear of reasoning  with them.  Suppression and submission are  the beginning of nearly all children Veducationrbut many- children���������������������������especially female children-  do not need to be taught submission, being too much predisposed  to submit anyway. _ An intelligent course in rebellion would be  much better for their future usefulness and happiness���������������������������but it  would be annoying to their elders.  A GOOD TIME COMING  The most perilous hour of a  person's life is when he is tempted to despond. The man who  loses his courage loses all. There  is no more hope for him than  there' is for a dead man. It matters not, however, how much he  may be pushed by circumstances  if he only keeps his courage up,  holds up his head, and with unconquerable will determines to be  and do what becomes a man; all  that makes or unmakes. Keep a  stiff upper lip. Realize that success or failure depends, after all,  on you and you alone. A man  makes his own bed and must lie  on it.    So make up your mind  STILL ON  Owing to the farmers beting- busy haying", we have  decided to continue our  sale to give all a chance  to take advantage of our  exceptionally good values  Spftfiialx in Boys' Shirts. Clothing, Etc..  Boys'  Susperiders,  20c values,  NOW 10c  Boys''  Shirts,  85c values,  NOW60c  Boys'  Shirts,  75c values,  NOW50c  Boys' "  Underwear,  Reg. 70c per  Suit, AKn  now iwl  Friday Special for Ladies  Some of the Ladies did not hear of  our Slipper Sale last week until it was ^  over.   To give them another chance  we will place what is left of our Slippers on sale on Friday at the old price,  95C PER PAIR  *-   ., ������������������'  Will also add' another Special���������������������������All Ladies' Oxfords,  except ".EMPRESS" at, $1.75 per pair. These are.  the BEST values we have ever offered.  All Children's Shoes 20%  off regular price  You haven't the excuse now that you can buy cheaper  by sending away���������������������������YOU CAN'T. Give us a chance;  we'll show you.  BOB-EEEL,���������������������������Enderby  Xo4*>H>+<>4<>+<>+<>+o-K^fo+<>4o +0+0 o+K>><*~f<>+o4*<>>-^  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  You will find us in the BELL BLOCK BUILDING,  up against Bob Peel and the Drug Store. No room  to grow in our old stand, and we are going to open up  with one of the new EDISON DISK MACHINES,  Come and hear it ! They claim it to be the best musical  instrument in the world.  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  Ag������������������nt also fer Church ancl Parlor Organi  Also Firo and Life Insurance  Office in brick block opp. The Walker Press.  Enderby Agent  that you will succeed and then  get down to work with determination. "The road to wealth is as  easy as the road to market."  You must call to your aid all that  can honestly assist you; can help  you invest your savings, however  small; that can invite you to further thrift; that can develop in  you courage and cheerfulness.  There is nothing to be afraid of,  and there is nothing worth scrapping  about.  III.  ���������������������������14  * r**i**l  4  il  r-rtj  m  11  r������������������       *  Si  in  i'K   a  1 vy
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JULY 31, 1913
~,    During the"'last two.weeks "we.have
." sold 27 suits, "making" a total of .'109
: suits sold-'.this .Spring.'   We are'jstill
-,  running ^ those \speoUils "~at "$14.00.
- Dill Bros. *"-_<.'-? z'-'/iA ��������� -.---"-,   ~ y- ���������
Graceful in appearance, adjusted at the
factory, the Omega is ���������
watch _ of the strictest
reliability. *' It combines
the highest art in case ,
designing with the
soundest principles of
watch construction.
Moderately priced.
a. w. prior;
Watchmaker and Jeweler
All repair work guaranteed
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
io Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, thi
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 acres
will be leased to one applicant.  ~-
Application    for -a   lease must be
"made by"the   applicant in"~"person~ to
the Agent   or   sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are
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
refunded if the rights applied for tire
wot 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 mining rights only, but the leasee may be
permitted to purohase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of
the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid for.
The educational status of "the
people five years of age and over
is presentecLin a bulletin<recerit-
ly issued-by thez' statistical"'department at .Ottawa/' The; bulle-,
tin ' shows,, that" the number
of persons under-five years" of
age was 883,508, leaving -; 6,323,-
135 persons; whose - educational
acquirements were recorded in
the. census of - June," lall: -, The
increase in the . population. five
years of age and oyer froni 1901
to 1911 was 33.72 per cent; during the same period the number
of those who can read" and write
increased . by. 43.48 per "cent,
while the number .of-those able
to read only decreased by' 74.64
per cent. In 1901 * there were
680,132 persons: in - Canada who
could neither read nor write, in
1911 the number was 667,340, a
decrease of nearly two per cent
in 10 years/        -   ."     '
Persons who can read - and
write constituted 88.93 per cent
of the population of five years of
age/and over_in_1911��������� as_ against.
Our complete    stock' of shirts^ .un-
derwear,, sox,   -suspenders,  ties^and
gloves ,at 20 per cent .off. this week.
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Dill .Bros.'- :   ;-.-.':.-;-_\     .";-;,   -
."Taket.;thej /children^ to -.see-Uncle
Tom's Cabin \played A hy 'the Stetson
company    Saturday .evening,,  in the
Opera" House.    - " -    v*   /-'       - A~ ���������
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r Think of it, a< piano given away. ,A ���������_
.Piano certificates going fast. -'J
82.88 per cent in 1901; those who
can read only were 2.74 per cent
in 1901 as against one-half of one
per cent in 1911, and the illiterates, classing as such, persons
who can neither read nor write,
represented 14.38 per cent of the
population five years of age and
over in 1901 as against 10.55 per
cent "in���������1911��������� a~ betterment- of
3.83 per cent in the decade.
Before investing in a hunting or
fishing shoe, take 'a look at our
stock.     Dill Bros.
Ask for piano certificates at W. J.
Tenders will be,.received by, the, un-
dersigned up to; noon'of the 15th day
of August next, for.all hardware, including locks, hinges,"etc.,-'in connection with, new Connaught school now
in course of construction at Enderby.'
Particulars can be obtained from
the Chairman-of School Board," Mr,
A.,E. Taylor.    .
The lowest- or any tender not necessarily, accepted.
A..Sutcliffe, Sec.'
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AD.VERTISEMENTS"under, this head
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Six "dollar, shoest~for/$4.25',' five dollar, shoesJ for $3.25:.'"' Dill"' Bros, - - \ ""
FOR _ SALE���������Heavy-* horses. /\ Okana-
'- g^ Saw.Mills, Enderby^B.C. "'~v^ -
FORr,SALE���������Well-built'' brick: house;"
filled cable," etc" .f Good concrete eel-"
lar; half acre garden; adjoining two'
" streets;' $2,200 cash; $2,300 on time;
(3_'years.)     See me-for owner's ad-
dressT- - C. G. Piper, Enderby.   " _ "
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Daily trains both  ways from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:
read down
10.20  (Lv)
11.45 "-"
12.50 (Ar)
Gwi. Pas. Agt.
Sisamous  Jet
Mara   .
"Armstrong "^
-    Vernon
Ok. Lnnding
read up
(Ar) 17.35
s      15.30
(Lv) .14.50
As Bargain Sales are .
Fashionable these days
I have decided to offer a few snaps that will no doubt
make people sit up and take notice.     These are real
Bargains and will only be open for a few days
FOUR beautiful lots with large fruit trees and a splendid crop of clover/;
close to centre of the city; each lot    containing    one-quarter   of an
acre.   Price $400 each; very easy terms.
85 ACRES ���������' excellent land for mixed farming or   fruit   growing;   about 12
acres under cultivation;,.good, comfortable   six-room     house,     with
spring water piped into it.   Small barn and chicken house; all good
land.     Two miles from town:   Price, $60 per acre.
TEN-ACRE LOTS at Riverdale, on easy terms.
H. W. Harvey
Fire and Life Insurance.     Post Office Block, Enderby  Real Estate Broker.
COTTAGE and two lots for sale;
cheap for cash,    or terms arranged
to suit.     C G.-'Piper, Enderby.
p^  ���������
FOR PRIVATE .SALE���������Useful household 'furniture. J. J."Clarke, Mill
St., Enderby. "
FOR'SALE���������Registered Red Poll bull
-"Fairview Chief" 20 mos. old, price
$60; four-year-old black mare and
"cblt^S-year-old^geld ing ���������y"2-yeat^oldr
gelding;     1-year-old      gelding.    G.
Murdock, Enderby.
FAMILY- SEWING-Dressmaking, and
pressing and cleaning, promptly attended to by Miss Lena Carlson, in
the Crane building, next to City
Hall, Enderby.
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FOR~SALE���������4:roo"m""cottagc7  bunga"
low type, with 1 to 5 acres bearing
orchard   attached. Also several
blocks of 5 to 10 acres; fruit and
alfalfa land. Apply to owner, Geo
R. Lawes, Enderby   Heights.        tf
by John Gardener1, 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
Copy for all changes of a_dvertise<
ments in the Press should be in this
office on or before Tuesday noon to
ensure the change being made. We
cannot guaranteo a change if this
rule is not complied with.
The Walker Press.
R. Chadwick
(certificate.)    Painter and Decorator,
Box 74, Enderby.


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