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 *yr\ ���������������������������'{ N>  Enderby, EX., May 8, 1913  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol: 6; No. 10; Whole No. 270.  Locals of Home Events of Interest  Near Home and Far Away  Tabasco, May. 21st.  Every,man   must cut his own wis-  - dom teeth: _   , _        ,  -  'Miss    Phillis   Faulkner    spent "the  ,- ' week end "at-home, from the Okanagan  College.   "   - _  Mrs. Wm. Glen- returned from,a  3-moriths^trip in the Eastern pro-"  vinces, Thursday - last. ��������������������������� -,-  Dr. Keith and Surveyor Williams are  "the latest to add autos ..to their <equip-  ment-for covering the district.",-  - The regular, monthly meeting.*of the  Presbyterian'Ladies'-Aid Society will  -be held at the home   of Mrs.'Reeves  this afternoon.'       "       -     -:' .-..   .;  Frank Moffet returned from Hamilton, Ont.", this J week,  -where he has  put in the past syear in- the, electrical  ..'works of.,'the-Ed'ison"Cbmpany.   ~\/Z  t There lis .no course of .training that  ^.-will^ab^quickly.L*;uncover 'a Doy.'s ca-^  "���������������������������"pacity for leadership"'as "the training  ���������������������������--given in",the.Boy Scout organization:  ,  rg'   -y.   _,   ~,   .i:Z������������������' -    *        -\   'r .-"^f '   "  '"y Another, enjoyable -12-.o'clock .dance  "V. wUl^be -given-Tat\ the .Opera - House. to-;  .-   morrow-''(Friday)  - evening.--    Doors  open-at 8; - music  .'from ,8:30, ������������������to 12.  Admission, 50cjeach; no.supper.,  ��������������������������� " The -Indian.LandsiCommission will  be organized    at. Victoria this week,  ,, and will soon''-inaugurate ,the important;;, work for which the ^Commission  " was "appointed/;*,\ J -.-' '/y.     ,'"  -. \ The little- daughter of Mrs. Leslie  Main died at the-'home of Mr., and  Mrs. Sr" Teece on .Tuesday", after a  lingering illness,: 'and;"was* interred  -Wednesday afternoon - at Lansdowne.  .  "-"    '-"*,,.-" y .    i   ,  . Never have '* the ; home grounds "of  Enderby. looked    better than .they do  - this spring. The" early " flowers are  plentiful and the - gardens are being  artistically   laid   out    and kept well  wnrkpri  np,     * " T ..   ..,.  A meeting of the Boy Scouts Local  Association will be held at the office  of the Northern Okanagan Land Co.,  on Thursday (to-night) evening, May  8th, to consider the question of summer camp for the troop.  Mara is a very busy villiage this  spring.  ���������������������������Road Foreman. Little is do-  " in"g"splcndid~work~"on~"the roads," employing, quite a number of men, and  the Government bridge builder has a  . number employed " on the new bridge  being built across the river at that  point. .  Alderman Hartry, as cnairman of  the health committee, has done great  service for- the city. Since ..the purchase of the nuisance ground by the  city he has kept a sharp look out on  the back yards and alleys and quickly takes action if they are not kept  clean. The result is that the city is  much improved in appearance.  . Dill Bros, the past week enlarged  their gent's furnishings and grocery  store by tearing out the partition  and having what has heretofore been  the wareroom, finished up as a salesroom. They have added by so doing  20x25 feet to the store, and are now  in position to better display their  stock, of goods. .Norman Grant and  staff had the work in hand.  -'AV. R. Barrows returned from the  Vernon Hospital Wednesday afternoon,  where he has been confined a month or  more from a fractured leg. > -   -  Mr. Robt. .Waddell of Victoria, was  an exhibitor in f'the" heavy draught  class, showing the-splendid Clydesdale stallion known _ as the Pride of  Drumburle. This horse was sired  by BaronJ of- Buchlyvie, one of the  highest-priced ���������������������������" horses in' the. world.  Unfortunately Pride' "of-- Drumburle  "pulled his shoe" -while" coming out  of the,stable, and was in consequence  unable to enter,the judging ring. The  abs'ence of "this fine -animal was generally regretted.-^Victoria" Colonist.  Mara has a_ number Hot /crack shots,  and they delight: to spend an afternoon now."and then;-shattering the  clay-pigeons ^thrown-;, froni= the -.traps.-  The other.~afternoon~ a-"party-"cqrisist-  ing;_oi^Capt'rJ-Brown..^Mine IHostJGpri-  greve", Sandy >^McDon'ald/y.Wm./ Find-:  lay"son;'arid ,,the ^ WinchestersAmmuni-  nition Demonstrator,"'Foote,'.went*by  la'unch.-from��������������������������� Sicamous"ito">Mara'^ and  thehv.w^  Jack';<Rbbertson;VGe9'.*'; "Reynolds/*- A."  Zettergreen/' Chas. ;; Davidson', -'.Guy  BarberT .Mr.. Siittoii-. and Mr. Davis,  they'spend th'e hours with'trap and  gun: Geo. Little ran-up the highest  score', getting 18.birds^'out of 25.'-"  '^Thisvever- popular company of little  artists presented -"The Dream Girl"  at the Opera 'House ' lastv Saturday  evening to a'very large audience, 'and  they fully sustained:" their - enviable  reputation as' " pleasing comediennes,  and clever stage ; children V But the  past three years has brought changes"  to the company. Favorites of-three  years ago in Bertha's Billions, have  grown . older. \ They are now more  finished'actresses in their'parts, but  it is -doubtful if they give as clean  "satisfactioTTW^the audience as .when  they were younger. However, "The  Dream Girl" is filled with 'rich,  catchy music and pleasing comedy,  and the Bostonians are adepts in this  class of entertainment.  FAULTY BUILDING 'REGULATIONS  Three years ago, when Enderby had  general building--regulations governing, the erection- ,of buildings within  the- city limits, ~ and had no restricted-business "section, permits had to  be applied "for of . the City Council  and- these were granted under certain  restrictions. While that municipal  law did,not work-..perfectly, it operated infinitely 'better for'thc welfare  of the city' than the law now in operation.- There " was .some consideration shown - by the' city for the  homes ^ahd business blocks already  up,'and if a property owner desired  to-get a permit-for the erection of a  building J he' had * to "recognize the  stipulations ' under - which he" was  gra"nted a' Building",permit.'-   '"_ '  Under "the-'-'present law' one may  erect; ..any. ,kind of ���������������������������* a.building any  place, in theicity, outside/of the-Tire  limits' of four -blocks, without restric;  .tioris-, of i any/kind"-- and: "without -any  consideration ' in- - th'e matter - of' increased vfire, jnsk, ./and official, Enderby  isf-pbwerless^to ~- prevent 'it.1"'."-'At; the  sa"me"time7/buildihga-'estricti6ns;.\vith-"  in.the narrow, fire limit'.arc-so stringent;-as - to- virtually/put"-a stop "to  building_r operations?' within.'. the re:  "stricted section.'        '' ,   ~'y-J .-  -It would-seem to be the duty of the  present-City."Council to remedy-;the  evil .by-way ,of moderation in both  particulars, .loosening- the restrictions, in one-instance arid tightening  them, in .the. other.������������������   ."       .-."     . \���������������������������  Preparations Nearly Completed   "     \  for Victoria Day Celebration  CAUGHT- BY, "CHECK ARTIST  Just received, a large shipment of  overalls in black bib, ' black pant  style, and blue with white stripe.  Extra good value for one dollar.  Dill Bros.  .     RESCUED  AN  ERRING  ONE  - By! hisVpresence -of-mind- and'-'steady  nerve Freight. Agent Campbell prevented a serious if not fatal mishap  at the s'tation platform Monday evening. A man under the influence of  liquor .endeavored to step of! the  train as it slowed up at the long  station '^plarform. In doing so he  fell and was thrown oil the platform  between the speeding car wheels and  the -platform planking. Instantly  Agent Campbell fell upon the platform and by sheer force held the  man upon the ground out of the way  of the car wheels until the train came  to a standstill. At the same time  he had to crowd close to the plank  platform to avoid himself being hit  by the passing car steps. It was  a nervy rescue and one requiring a  quickness of action that is seldom  called for.  We .can save you money on summer  shirts, collars attached, separate collars to match, or without collars.  Dill Bros.  Take a look at the suits in our  window.. They. are twenty-five dollar  values for twenty dollars.   Dill Bros.  labasco Minstrels, May 21st.  '. The Fulton Hardware Company, for  $25, Bob Peel' for $5, and the King  Edward hotel for- $5. These business  people of Enderby last week, cashed  checks in-the sums stated, signed by  one H. E. Downing, and in each-case  the checks 'were "returned from the  bank endorsed, "no funds." . Downing was in Enderby for several days.  He^represented==hirnself-^to=be=an=in-  vestor looking for land, with many  thousands of dollars to invest. In  addition to "the checks passed, he  ran a board bill which has not been  paid.  - A. Fulton, who was the severest  "stung" of the local merchants, did  a little   detective    work on - his own  hook in this case. At Salmon" Arm  he found on enquiry that a man answering Downing's description ind  been seen there, and Wednesday he  autoed^/over. He learned where the  man had started to work, and with  the constable drove out to the place.  When confronted with the facts, the  man admitted having issued the $25  cheque held by Mr. Fulton, but said  he was expecting some money and it  had not arrived.  Officer Bailey was notified by the  Salmon Arm constable, and Wednesday afternoon he was driven to the  Arm by Mr. Fulton with a warrant  for the man's arrest.  If the weather clerk plays fair, the  annual celebration    of   May 24th at  Enderby this year promises to be the  best "we   have   ever   enjoyed.'    Some  difficulty has been experienced in getting replies  from    the" various clubs  owing to the   lateness of the season.  Few have_as yet   got ' into trim for  the season's play.' However, this will  be Remedied    within   the   next    week  and -tha "program committee promises  to have all   arrangements completed  by next Thursday, "so the program of  the.day's   doings -may.,then be published. '   '   - : -   ' '-.',--- /*',,  The recreation ground ,was never in  better condition at this time of year  than it now.is, and-Aid. Worthington  into-whose 'hands ' the repair'" o"f" the  celebration   field r has 'tieen placed', is  making several^' improvements' ^looking  to"the   comfort;:' of ..visitors'^qn^that  day.y   Seats^have been, pl'acedj, along  the^ailing'su^rVundin^  and- additionalp,"room-is^ also"; to ^be  made in-the*grand stand, j ;:~;^>..'   .,-.  ^It is'-.understood -the-feature "of a  parade to ; the , -grounds, inaugurated  last: year will tie '.repeated ^his' year,  in' which -thVB. ��������������������������� C'. Horse* "Boy-. Scout  troop "and. school   ^children,,';together  with the   various," bandstand playing  teams, will ..take*-part.  ".** ,'    -,     \  '  The services, -of ',the "- Vernon Fire  Brigade band', the .Revelstoke band  ��������������������������� i arid the .Enderby- City^bandf have' beeri  .jengaged for the day. -The'probable  sports will be: Baseballs, Enderby vs  Salmon Arm, and Vernon vs. Revelstoke; lacrosse, Revelstoke-vs., Armstrong and football," Armstrong vs.  Enderby. There' will be fast running  races, jumping, .vaulting, etc., 'for-  $10 and $5 prizes," and races for "the  boys and girls for cash prizes.  Tbe special    features   have not yet  been decided iipon. '  =Mr-f-P-=H=Murphy=has=given=*a-$50-  company    to l provide the additional  coaches on the  .regular train,  which  should   arrive    in    Enderby at 11:15"  ���������������������������a few minutes after.the special froml'  the'south returns.  The Opera House managers intend to  run-their moving -picture show from  1 o'clock until '.9. p. m. on the 24th,  and will follow" this with a dance." ' '-  ,INTERESTING BASEBALL  t'u y  ,  ,  .J-  -. ���������������������������*.-> p..      L I  - The Boys'.-baseball teams'qf ,Vernon~''\.'  and Enderby   met   on   the-- Enderby ��������������������������� :;.  diamond last Saturday afternoon?   "A   ,-.  fair-sized'crowd turned tout to' see the :~..'"i  game;1 .and.it, wasra game that made/'-  everybody - feel - "pleased.'   .The. teams Xf",  werb; very ' evenly;_ matched ."andJ e'acli X"-  held the;other, down to', ciphers "in all-.'  '-  but'three innings' of.the'.nine, ^and/in-";*  the*;' three -" innings"-- only*"'fthree .-runs ~'f?"f-";?1&.  ���������������������������'---   -,    '-/--i.^ y -*"''������������������  **. -    -^-k- *- ���������������������������- ..~..������������������^,-j.s<������������������2-'Lr\*i-ix   j_.   j.���������������������������   ,.������������������-,,. .      ���������������������������   .. jtjr* ;vw^as$  r.v.*   p. 2VJ..PT,.  ��������������������������� -yt--1  '-Z' -'/zg-f  '������������������������������������������������������Si-ib-*'  der. ,- Both" teams lost;,seven' oriibases -( ,  and each" had'r one" 'man'-hit "by the-1. -^  pitcher. = '-Elmer "-Grant- and - Clifford1,/^:  Greyell pitched for "Enderby,'-with'fr^-:  Antilla behind the. bat. y Simms:Tand" 7"-,  Ellison filled-these positions, for -trie'-._ ;  visitors. ,. Edf Wheeler acted -as urn- "**" '  pire.    'Everybody^ rooted. -���������������������������      " .       . .'~_'s V  ^  "5,  "\  1%  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*,��������������������������� I  " "PEACE IN THE BALKANS ."  ���������������������������".*"  . Montenegro has concluded- to. eva"c- \  uate Scutari, and has turned over to:;"  the European   powers-  thisv -bone"-of;  contention. " Speaking on .what' effect ^'  this will    have    on", general financial-";  conditions, Mr. Alvo'von Alvensleben  a    well-known      Vancouver    financier -  said to the Province:  .    ���������������������������'��������������������������� Zi \-\  ��������������������������� - - i _.  '- ������������������-'!,J'-������������������r  \7>,\  Z'The^feelirig^in^GerKany "is divided.-'"  cash prize for a   log rolling contest.   Some of the financiers are" inclined to  This is one of the most exciting and  the    belief, that   after  "the -Balkan  interesting feats   that  could  be  wit-1 troubles have been finally cleared up  nessed   on    the   water,    and the $50 Jthe   allied    forces    will    make   such"  prize is sure to   attract the best log! big drains upon    the   money market-  rollers in  this   and  surrounding dis-J as to offset any relief, that would en-  tricts.   In years past, when this con-!sue consequent on the settlement. On '  test was placed upon the water sport jthe other hand the opinion prevails���������������������������  program, _thc_prize���������������������������offered_was_not_ajone that-I-am "-strongly- inclined::to���������������������������  sufficient   inducement    tO(   draw men,endorse from my own personal obser- "  into it, and the    event soon degener- j vation���������������������������that   the    fact   that   such a  ated into a   small    "pick-up" for an.,large   amount   of   capital    lias been   I  indifferent log artist or two.   The ,$50 kept in'hand   pending developments,  ... /"?"  Remember the date of Dr. Taube's  visit to Reeve's Drug Store, on Friday, May 23rd, and if there is anything wrong with your sight do not  fail to consult him.  In after years a man strikes many  a trail that looks familiar.  The Tabasco minstrels will highly  season things at the Opera House on  Wednesday evening, May 21st.  We are headquarters for base ball,  lacrosse and tennis shoes.   Dill Bros.  prize offered by Mr. Murphy will have  a tendency to revive interest in this  pleasing sport, and we may anticipate a large crowd to witness it.  The City has appropriated $700 for  the day's events.  The train arrangements this year  are., much better than on previous  celebrations. The special train from  Revelstoke and Okanagan Landing  will be equipped with two more  coaches than have heretofore been  provided on similar occasions, and in  addition, the railway company has  promised to provide two or,three  coaches to be attached to the regular train leaving Revelstoke at 7.03  in the morning. Upon this later  train it is intended to have the Revelstoke band come, and such of the  teams and visitors who are not down  for the morning sports. The special  will leave Revelstoke very early in  the morning���������������������������3:30 or 4)���������������������������and would  therefore be unable to accommodate  the 'crowd    expected    from  this city,  and that the banks have been holding  large sums in reserve on account of  the sentiment that a general European war was an eventuality, will  cause hundreds of millions to be  available for investment in commercial enterprises. This Vould mean  also that a general revival would  follow as a natural sequence of  events."  Eighty-five per cent of headaches  are the result of eye-strain, so if you  are troubled that way do not fail to  consult Dr. S. L. Taube, at Reeves'  Drug Store on Friday, May 23rd.  This warm weather makes one feel  like a straw or Panama hat. ��������������������������� See  Dill Bros.  An ostrich    can   eat  can't lay Brussels.  tacks,  but it  A man's children are nearly always  well trained���������������������������if his wife does it.  v-  Tabasco Minstrels, Wednesday, May  hence the willingness    of the railway twenty-first. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  May 8, 1913  GT   AQ  Don't put off your egg  packing. Now is the  time to begin, and Water  Glass is the safest and  -surest method of preserving them  Poultry Food 25c. and 50c  OOOOOOO OO 00-00 OO 00-00 oooo  A. REEVES  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  overy   Tliui-sday at  Emler.by. B.C. at  S'Z per year, by the Walker Press.  I Advertising Rates; Transient, 50c an inch lirst  insertion, 25c each subse-ini'iit. insertion. Contract advertising. SI un inoli per month.  Legal Notices: 12l a line first insertion; Sc a line  each subsequent insertion.  Iietidinjf Notices and Locals: ISc a line.  MAY   8, 1913  SUCCESSFULLY ORGANIZED  Druggist & Stationer  cun* st.  Enderby  G.  PROFESSIONAL  L. WILLIAMS -  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bp:ll Block       Endkrby, B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Oflice hours:    Forenoon.  9 to 1(1:30  Afternoon. 3 to 4  r-fveniiiR. G:.".0 to 7::<n  Sunday, by appointment  Ollice: Cor. Cliir and George St?. KN DERHY  mNDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  E  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, ������������������20 por week ,  Fees covering ordinary illness. $2.50per day.  'ENDERBY. B.C.  -"MUSIC  O W. CHAPMAN  .- ���������������������������*���������������������������   ��������������������������� Y. 0. Box 130, Enderby.  Visits or receives pupils for Piano, Orjjan, Violin,  . Singing- and Theory of Music, I-ftc.  Courses for thc Canadian   or  British Academy  Examinations  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Knderby I,j Ige No. 40  .tegular meetings first  Thursday on or after th'.  ful! moon at S p. rn. in pdd-  fcliows Hall. Vis:ting  brethien cordially  invited.  Too much credit cannot be given  Mr. W. B. Scott, deputy minister of  agriculture, for his tireless efforts in  |connection with the launching of the  i Central Selling Agency in connection  jwith the fruit and produce industry  Iof the Province.      Mr.   Scott has en-  t  ��������������������������� deavored in many ways, before taking  ! up the central selling agency idea, to  'advance the   interests of these branches of agriculture   in  the Province.  iOnly    partial   success   has   met    his  'efforts in   previous   years, though it  jwas through no   fault of his depart-  jment, but rather    through the indiff-  ' erence  of the    producers  themselves.  iWhen  he took  up  the    question  of  a  j central    selling    organization,   he  at  I first received    only    half-hearted support,   but  his   persistency  and   determination  to put the ciuestion square-  | ly before the producers, has led to a  [better  understanding of  the possibilities of such an organization, ancl he  is now getting    the    unanimous sup- j  port of   all   men    engaged    in these  branches of the industry.  There is no question about the success of the proposed organization���������������������������if  the right man is placed at its head.  Every district visited by Mr. Scott  and Mr. Robertson a week or two  ago, has entered actively into the  proposed organization, and there is  every assurance given of the project  becoming well established this season. At each of the meetings there  was the" unanimous consensus of  opinion that one strong local organization    should    meet    to  establish  a  eliminated from their midst, and the  individual    farmer    bound   by strict  binding contract to sell the whole of  his produce through the one local association. That is the first step on  which the whole fabric of the central  agency must rest.  The next step .is to bind all these  local organizations to sell all the  produce they handle through the one  central selling agency. This will  be a matter of strict and binding  contract, but if carried out faithfully and efficiently will result in  the fruit of the whole Province being  marketed by this one agency to the  best possible advantage and at the  best prices obtainable," whether in the  Coast cities, in the Northwest or  elsewhere.  The Government will have nothing  to    do   with    the    centi^il   exchange  whatever, which will be financed and  managed by the    local organizations  through their delegates.     Nor should  the cost of    maintaining   the central  agency amount to much.   The cost of  cold  storage,   collecting  and  grading  stations will be the work for the local organizations   ancl    the    work of  the central   exchange    will be purely  clerical linking up of the local bodies  with the agents   of"   different market  points and with the consumers. After  jthe first   month    the    money on the  j first sales will be coming in and after  that the    central'  exchange    will be  self-supporting,   made    so by a fixed  j charge on each box of fruit sold.  Commenting on their recent visit  to the Valley towns Messrs. Robertson and Scott expressed their unbounded pleasure at the splendid reception given them everywhere. "In  all our meetings," said Mr. Robertson, "we have not had a single dissenting voice. The fruit ���������������������������growers  everywhere have enthusiastically approved  the scheme."  "Everywhere we have been," said  Mr. Scott, "the people have, to a  man, declared themselves in favor of  coming into line with the policy sug-  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 _ Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 3. U. M-. Q.  President, R. 3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presiciei. (H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW  YORK "and  CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited   '0th  June and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  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  bedsprings, mattresses, carpets, matting, etc. We  will be pleased to show them.  FURNITURE DEALERS,  ENDERBY, B.C.  UNDERTAKERS  CABINET    MAKER  UPHOLSTERERS  Finest in  central    selling    agency  for the pro-  duce  of    the, whole . Province.     .Mr. jgeste.d by the    S������������������Ve���������������������������ment- <  All .the  meetings have been well attended "and  most enthusiastic."   ���������������������������  Scott laid clown at each meeting very !  clearly   the ; position    of his department  and    the    Government    in  the  matter.     In nc5    way must the fruit     As the result of the meeting held in  and produce men look to the Govern- ! Enderby, Mr.-H. T. - Twigg aiid Mr  this   co-operation ���������������������������,  Chas. - W. Little    were   elected dele-  H. E. BLANCHARD  W. M.  WALTER ROBINSON*  Secretary  /^Ql^x^ 0.0. F.  t.-SS^ '"''^������������������������������������������������������52^'   Eureka Lodice. No. SO  Meets every Tuavlav evening .xt ti o'clock, in I. O.  0. F. hall. Metcalf hlocfc. Vi.sitintf hrolhora always    welcome.'-'        (JEO. U ELLA MY,    N. G.  HOWARD LOr.AN. V. G.  R. E. WHEELER. Sec'y, _  = JTTlTTTi'OrLO I- DrTnTHSf  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 33. K. of I*.  >_,- Si %- tv_*    Meets every  Mor-'-y eveinni:  V&lJ&ya     ���������������������������'��������������������������� K.of P. Hall.   Vdtorseoi-  ^y^f"      dially invited to .-t������������������ nd.  -'^'r^'- JOHN  RURNHAM.G.G.  G.E.ISTRICKLAND, K.R.S  T. E. RODIE   M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, D.-mcex and all public  ������������������������������������������������������nturluimiiuiilH.     Iu>r rntee. ntc. address,  _.    T-K. RODIE. Knderby--  ment to . initiate  among them.  The motive-power must come from  the growers themselves, who must  form the strong local organizations  without the existence of which any  idea of a -central selling agency is  out of the ciuestion. These local  bodies, if incorporated under the Agricultural Associations Act, the Government stands ready to assist as  far as the law and sound finance al-;  low."      But the   growers in each lo-  prepared to conclude the business,  cality  must    be    responsible  for  the  formation    and    maintenance   of  the  local organization.  j gates to the joint meeting held at  Vernon last Thursday and Friday.  Mr. Little attended the meeting, and  his report will be submitted to a  meeting to be held in K. of P. Hall  Friday (tomorrow) evening. We are  privileged to give a summary of the  proceedings at the joint meeting and  do so to enable all interested to get  a clear idea of the business so as to  go  to  the    meeting    Friday  evening  ''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 nis  hotel the King Edward. In addition to ��������������������������� the excellence of the meals, breakfast js served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, p;0P5  MURPHY  letor  Enderby  S^r  Fix up your House, Barn,;  and Outbuildings  Here are   some   specials in lumber   while they last :  No. 2, 2x4/ y X - - $13.00  ��������������������������� 4, Drop Siding - - 1600  ���������������������������  2    Lath       -   per thousand   2.00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  When a young man sits in thc par-  They must ovor-. lor talking nonsense to his best girl-  come any difficulties in the way that that's __capital. But when he has to  might exist and see to it that all ��������������������������� stay in of evenings after they're mar-  rivalry    between    different   bodies  is ' ried���������������������������that's labor.  POLITICAL  ENDERBY*   CONSERVATIVE  u ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, II. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both ways from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South North  bound STATIONS bound  read down read up  10.05 (Lv)    Sicamous   Jet   (Ar)   18.00  10.46  Mara  17.1  11.00  Grindrod  16.59  11.14  Enderby  16.44  .11.40  Armstrong  16.15  11.58  Larkin  15.55  12.25 ,  Vernon  15.30  12.45 (Ar)  Ok. Landing  (Lv)  15.15  H. W. BRODIE            JNO.BURNHAM  Gen. Pas.  Agt.  Agen  t  Vancouver  Enderby  &l-  Don'l Get Mad    \)  ��������������������������� f  Control  your  temper,   for  the  sake R  of your good   looks    as well ns your Jj'/'  health.   It is riot   enough,  cither,  to s/<  keep from  giving   anger its outward   '���������������������������'���������������������������  expression.    A  smouldering  lire is far  more  dangerous  to  health  than that  which  comes    to    the surface and  is  quickly   extinguished.     A   disposition  which   continually    "boils"     within,  often    finds    physical . expression   in  boils   and    ulcers   without.       Wrath  curdles    the    blood;    anger interferes  with  indigestion.      Keep- sweet !  HARVEY'S GOOD BUYS  40 acres good bench land, suitable for mixed farming or fruit growing;  14 acres cleared; 15 acres slashed; 150 fruit trees, beginning'to bear;  -J- an acre of raspberries; small frame house containing four rooms;  stable, chicken house and other buildings; one   team of horses, two  cows,  wagon,' harness, cultivator and other farm   implements.'     The  whole as a going concern; $4,000, on terms.  85 acres with 6-roomed house; 12 acres cleared; good garden;' some fruit  trees; good water; all good land; 2������������������ miles from Enderby; price, $65  per acre.  Get one of my new printed lists.   They are* free, and   are full of valuable  .information. ., ^  Sole agent for Riverdale Subdivision.  H. W. Harvey  Agent  Real Estate Broker. Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Oflice Block, Enderby  The "Oliver Typewriter  Is recognized to be the strongest built Machine  on the market; it will last a lifetime, and will  always do satisfactory work. It is the Typewriter that leads all other in the number of sales.  It should be in every home where there are  growing boys and girls; familiarity with,' its use  will   make   them  business  men   and  women  For Information, apply to  The Walker Press      Enderby, B.C.  A<JKNTS  $ Thursday,  May 8, 1913
THE ENDKKitt PRESS AMD WALKER'S WEEKLY
Result of Meeting of Delegates
Re Central Selling Agency
At the meeting of delegates to put
into effect the decision of the fruit
and produce growers of the Okanagan
to organize a Central Selling Agency,
held last week in Vernon, the following delegates were present:
F. B. Cossitt, Vernon, chairman;
F. D. Nicholson, Salmon Arm; C. W.
Little, Enderby; W. S. Burnett, Armstrong; J. E. Reekie, Kelowna; G. J.
Coulter White, Summerland; J. Mc-
Laughlan, Peachland; I. M. Stevens,
Penticton, secretary. Mr. R. Robertson also being present to advise
the delegates.
It was decided to incorporate under
the "Company's Act," for the reason
that.it \was impracticable to incorporate under "the "Agricultural Associations' Act." Messrs. Billings
& Cochrane were employed to incorporate the Company, and to draw up
the Articles of Association.
The name decided on is the "Okanagan United Growers, Limited."
The " nominal capital is to be $10,-
000.00 in shares of $1.00 each. -
The head office is to be in Vernon.
It was" agreed that sufficient shares
be taken by each local association to
give them one vote for each fifty
cars, or less,' shipped, and an additional share for every fifty cars up to
an equitable distribution of the proceeds derived from sales. Some of
the arguments in favor or pooling
being as follows:
(a) To prevent local jealousies by
reason of one district getting a
slightly higher price than another
because of a special market at a special time, or some special sale, and
to do away with the suspicion that
the management gives one district
any advantage over another when
sales are made at specially high
prices, thus also relieving the management of the difficulty of deciding
who shall get any benefit) as to price.
*��������� (b) Simplifying bookkeeping and
lessening expense to an enormous extent.
(cj   Ensuring    the **- average     price
where there is   a    loss in any ship-
1 ment.
'(d) The reputation of the local
districts will be conserved by having
a large" proportion of their crop
grade the highest grades and by the
local brand.
c The central selling agency shall appoint one, or more, inspectors to
help to bring the pack and grade of
all the associations to a high and
uniform standard, and these inspect*
ors shall be empowered to approve or
reject all fruit and    produce sold by
three hundred cars.   The minimum to * the central, agency.
be one vote, and   the    maximum six
votes'."
���������   The votes and ' directorate for this
year-were decided "upon the estimated
output:      Salmon   Arm, votes 2, directors 1;   Enderby, - votes   1, ��������� directors, 1;   "Armstrong,    votes 6,  directors 2;" Vernon,    votes 6, directors 2;
Kelowna," votes 6, directors 2; Peachland,  votes'1,    directors 1;   Summer-.
- land, svotes 2; directors 1; Penticton,
'.votes 2, directors.!.     Directors'must
be growers' with ; produce    to * ship:
: The executive shall consist of'3 directors who. - shall"; be_ elected"' by., the
directorate.-';-." y.V-'' -. /',- ."   ���������"-   .
-'. The    "following.,- resolutions *-. were
passed:;- --.That the, policy of the-cen-.
\tral selling    agency: shalL be to get
the fruit "and produce of its affiliated
, associations,  "operating, oh a co-op-,
-erative -basis, as,quickly and directly
-as  possible - from"  the"'grower; to the
-consumer,-   and 'to    this    end    such
methods _and_ plans   as circumstances
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;- and ' experience ' shall - warrant, be
adopted, but that for the present we
have 'our own representatives" or
agencies in    selling    centres,   with a
view to pushing the sale, of our goods
...       ..,        it        -^
and looking after, our own interests.
That this Company operate upon a
co-operative system, and secure to
all producers" who are members of the
local association a share- in the profits of the Company in proportion,to
the value of the produce supplied-by
them, after a dividend upon the capital stock not exceeding 6 per cent
has been paid, but it will be allowable for the central company to re-
The central agency shall seek to
place all fruit and'vegetables,whether
to be marketed in the regular way,
or disposed of .for the manufacture of
by-products, and to - this end shall
endeavor to make arrangements with
such manufacturers:   " ���������
The policy shall be as far' as practicable; to "make .all sales on'an F.
O. B. cash basis, and to make payments on account to local associations twice a month.". '.-���������' - \s
s These .plans and resolutions are to
be" submitted to the, local associa-v
tions in the hope, "that,they niayibe
accepted by them. ' It" is understood
that they- may-need to'~beYmqdifie'd_in
practice, - as experience; dictates! '-It
is hoped .'that -all'-"the-"'. Valley-will
work together for the common good,
believing that ' the --best" interests'of
ea'ch and-all,will* be' sought,", arid that
all will be willing to give and-take,
in deference to others". " --^--:.'
The Corporation of the City of Enderby
Loan By-law No. 13
A By-law for   Raising    $2,000.00 to
. Purchase a Site for a Cemetery:
WHEREAS it. is deemed - expedient
to purchase-lands for a public cemetery without the limits of the City,
of Enderby, ,and in order to do so it
is necessary to raise by .way of" loan
upon the credit of the City of Enderby the sum of $2,000.00' repayable up-
=tain=as^a=res������rv"e^fund^uch^ft*^
as may be decided upon by the-direc-iing interest in the meantime payable
tors, not exceeding 5 per cent per an-1 half-yearly, at the rate of 6 per
num of the value for such business as]centum per annum, .the principal of
may be agreed upon, and such money!such loan, when raised, to be applied
shall be considered   a loan from the for the purpose aforesaid; and
per annum, not exceeding in the
whole the sum of $2,000.00, and all
such debentures shall be sealed with
the Seal of the City nf Enderby.
signed by the Mayor and countersigned by the Treasurer of the said
City ;
3. That the said debentures shall
bear date the 30th day of June, 1913,
and shall be made payable in
twenty years from the date hereinafter named for this By-law to take
effect, at the Bank of Montreal, Enderby ;
4. That the said debentures shall
have coupons -attached for the payment of interest at rthe rate of six
per centum per annum on account of
such debentures, and such interest
shall be payable half-yearly, on the
30th day of June, "and the 31st day
of December, in each and every year;
and the signatures to such coupons
may be either written, stamped,
printed or lithographed;
5. ,That a rate pn the dollar shall
be levied ' and shall be raised' annually on all the rateable property
of the City sufficient to pay interest
on'the debt hereby created during'the
currency of the said * debentures, and
to provide for the payment of the
said debt when due ; -
6. That the sum of $120.00 shall be
levied and raised annually by a rate
on all the rateable property in the
City*'-of "Enderby, in addition to all
other rates, for the payment -of the
interest on the said debentures ;
7. That the sum of $67.16 shall be
levied and raised annually by a rate
on all the rateable property in the
City of Enderby, in "addition to all
other' rates", * for the payment of the
debt-hereby created; when due ;
' 8. That it-shall be lawful for thf
said,-City of- Enderby, from time to
time to repurchase any of the said
debentures at.such price or prices as
may" be  .mutually   agreed   upon  be-
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law upon which the vote of the Municipality
will be taken, at the City Hall, Enderby, on Monday, the 19th day of
May, 1913, between the hours of 9 a.
m. and 7 p. m.
GRAHAM ROSOMAN,
Clerk of the Municipal Council.
Dated at the    City Hall,  Enderby,
B. C, May 8th, 1913.
CITY OF ENDERBY
Voting on Proposed By-law
PUBLIC NOTICE    is   hereby given
. to the Ratepayers of the Municipality
OF    CANADA
Paid-up Capital. Rrserve Fund CO Q7S AAA
and Undivided Prollu (Over) #0,0������O������WUW,
Total Assets (Over)    $69,000,000
A Network of Branches
Throughout the West
In the three Prairie Provinces
tliere are over 195 Branches of the
Union Bank of Canada���������and the
of the City of Enderby that I require    tj-     , ^n- ���������  ��������� *��������� ���������    -.it-~  :
J     , ^, .1 n l '��������� Head Office is now in Winnipeg:,
the presence of the    said Ratepayers    /ts i
at     the     City   Hall,    Enderby',   on
Monday, the 19th of    May, 1913,  between the hours   of 9 a. m. and 7 p.
m. for the purpose of votingi by ballot, either to confirm or to negative
a certain proposed By-law, to wit:
A By-law for-Raising $2,000.00
to Purchase a Site for a Cenr- -
etery.
Any person, male   or female, being
a British   subject    and v the assessed
owner of land or real property within the    Municipality,    is entitled  to
vote on-such proposed By-law.
Given under   ray hand at -the^City
Hall,  Enderby, this 8th' day of May, '
1913. GRAHAM ROSOMAN,
' ���������   - c    Returning Officer
is   means an   exceptional
banking service for the. Western
business men, fanners, ranchers,
g*rain buyers, miners and everyone,
else who earns and handles money.
If you live far from town, bank _.
with us by Mail.   It is convenient
audVery satisfactory.,   J -' -
Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE; Manager
"U.
CITY OF ENDERBY
Voting on Money,Py-laws
- i
NOTICE is hereby given that pur-'
su'ant to the provisions, of the
Statutes of British Columbia govern--'
ing- the passage of money, .by-laws,-
the persons who rwilLbe entitled to "
vote at, the poll to be held on May '
19th, 1913/on the proposed Cemetery.
Site   Purchase ��������� -By-law,   are   the as- ;
sessed property . owners���������-i.e., the" per- .
tween the. said City and'the holder'sons,whose names appear pn thejast'-
or-holders   of   the  said debentures ; ; revised assessment roll of ;the Oity.    '
and all debentures so - repurchased
shall be forthwith'- cancelled, and 'ino
re-issue of any - debenture , or^ debentures shall*7 be-made, in consequence of
such repurchase.; -   \"  " "     ���������',"-'* 7
" 9.������ ���������That '/this By.-law; shall ..'-before
the-final passage thereof, .receive.,the
assent of, the "electors of the "said City.
in the   manner' provided for by-the
Municipal -Act," and "Amending. Acts ;
10. That . this; .** By-lawi shall come
into, force and. take efte'et on the 30th
day of-June, i913 ; /       :   -
11. That this By-law.may-be cited
for all purposes as "-"The -City of
Enderby ' Cemetery Loan - By-law,
1913.:'- - -'   '     -      ���������- -:   ---
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DYOLA
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It's Ibe CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME'
DYE, one c*n buy���������Why you don't even hive to'
know what KIND of Cloth your Goods are. made.
of.-.So Mistake! are Impossible. . .J :"!"'. *"-i.
Send (or Free Color Card, Story' Booklet, and
Booklet giving results of Dyeing ov������r other colors.'
The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO.,'Lifnlted^������
- ' Montreal. Canada.   : ���������     ;" " ' .-"V^-"
Little-Bob was,on-his -knees" in;his;
-^In the .case of change jf ownership
of ^property,- either by,transfer or>by
devolution ,of' interest, "it is enacted
by; Statute that5  the name or names
of the* new owner or'owners' shall .be
substituted, - for.-^the?name~ or-names
appearing on the said assessments roll
PROVIDED,
proving
lutiori-'is made'.before the City Asses
"s6r~at��������� leastJFIVE'clear"days before_
the','day on   which   the poll Us to be-,1**-'"  He', stood
held. -. , .���������-',"      could and' then    he
- By order. - "      ���������
"GRAHAM ROSOMAN,"'
.       ' '_  City Clerk.
City Hall,"Enderby, May ?thr 1913
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OVIDED/ra  Statutory  Declaration --night-dress-' saving   his': prayers,^ kriAT/ii/^&gz
ying.the fact of, transfer or devoj; his" uttie" sister -Wu^'t^sist^he;.^!^
temptation to,- tickle'-'the- sole .of- his -
'   -    -       -p  ..  j-.*.���������".���������   y\-r. ,-    ---.. y_i
it *��������� as   long as~ he,.'"
said:    ''Please,'/,'
God, excuse,- me, -while I knock; the"-
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stuffing'out of Nellie.*".   .     \     ���������/    ,.,:
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'7^'^|W<tb-k^i^to;^'i^e'
growers, and interest at 4 per cent
shall be paid to them according to
the amount deducted from their ship-
_ments,���������and-Ithe- principal -amount
shall be paid within three years.
That the policy be to make a
charge per package for selling fruit,
and per ton for selling vegetables.
There not being .sufficient funds in
the central association for operating
expenses this year, the loeal association shall loan money at 4 per cent
in proportion to the number of
shares they hold in the central company, ' and this money shall be
credited to their accounts.
The delegates are in favor of a
close self-continuing contract, and all
patrons of the association shall sell
all their fruit and vegetables through
their association, and the central
selling agency, except by special, permission of the board of management
of the central selling agency.
The delegates recommend that it
shall be the policy of the central association to pool all fruits and vegetables of like grades, sizes and varieties in like packages, marketed
through the central agency. Pools
to extend over such time as may be
agreed upon in order that all may
share in the distribution of as large
WHEREAS for the payment of the
said principal and interest it is
necessary to raise the sum of $187.16
by-rate-in-each-and every-year;and ���������
WHEREAS the value of the whole
of the rateable property of the City
of Enderby, according to the last revised assessment roll is $776,775.00;
and
WHEREAS the total amount of existing debenture debt of the said City
is $84,750.00, V>f which none of the
principal or interest is in arrear;
NOW THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the
City of Enderby in open meeting assembled, hereby enact:
1. That it shall be lawful for the
Mayor of the City of Enderby to
raise by way of loan, from any person or persons, body or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit of the
said City, by way of the debentures
hereinafter mentioned, a sum of
money not exceeding in the whole
the sum of $2,000.00, and to cause
such sum so raised and received to be paid into the hands of
the Treasurer of the said City for the
purposes and with the objects hereinbefore recited ;
2. That it shall be lawful for the
said Mayor to cause any number of
debentures to be made for the sum
of not less than $500.00 each, bearing
a tonnage as possible, thus securing   interest at the rate of six per centum
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Wc don't always realize what harm thc wear and tear of the
weather-does ito-our houses- and- barnsand buggies andwagons
that are not protected by good paint. Buildings that have not
been painted or on which the paint has worn off, are exposed one
day to the wet and the rain, the next day to the hot sun and so
on, until the unprotected wood twists and warps and cracks and
the rot starts. So a building that should be in good repair at the
end of 50 years, if it had been kept properly painted, goes to rack
and ruin in 15 or 20.   And think how it looks.
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Why don't you paint this spring with Sherwin-Williams
Paint, Prepared? Made of pure lead, pure zinc, pure linseed oil
and the necessary coloring pigments and driers, all mixed and
ground by special machinery. Come and see us, we want to talk
paint to you.
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��������� / THE ENDRRBY PRESS"'AMD WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  May 8, 191"  ^���������������������������"fflBRKaaEEWS  Better Lm& not  If you havo docide<i to tafce a  %ismmar cott3f;o, r.o-^ la tiia timo  to \cc'.< ovor tho Ciaasiflsd Ads.  for oiiaeos to rsr.t.  V^u will set a rr.-:re *atl������������������TRO-  tor-y selection now thon you will  later oo.  Or tf yoti wish to  or havo place* to rs  iim-o to placa yetir  coardo  c  Cliisai  the  Ad.  C-9T>iru*4 i������������������i������������������;B  *w   KtOf-ij  NOTICE  Andrew  Glen,   deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that Probate of the Will of the above deceased having., been granted .out of  the Supreme Court of British Columbia,  to  James Robinson,  James Dun  Land Clearing Legislation  by State of Washington  When the Royal    Agricultural Com-j to the district.   The settler may ob-  mission meets at Enderby, some time! tain from  the   district all materials  in June, there will no doubt be laid | necessary at cost.       When the tract  before    it    some    suggestion    urging lis cleared he has a preferential right  legislation    which    would  enable  the!to repurchase it at the original cost,  heavily timbered districts to organize] plus  the  contract    price,   plus  other  some    system    looking   to  the more'expenses such as taxes, and plus five  rapid development of these particular; per cent, and may pay for the same  districts by some means of combined ' on a    twenty-year   payment plan, or  assistance   in    the    clearing of land.; less if desired,   with interest at one-  Certain it is   that    if we are to see;half per cent above the interest pay-  districts such as this rapidly cleared'able on the bonds.     The settler may  and brought under cultivation, it will [pre-empt    and   pay    out after three-  have to be by   some combined efiort {years' residence,    or may sell or as-  of the district,  with or without Gov-j sign, his contract after two years.   A  | ernment assistance.     In view of this j20-acre tract    sold   at the maximum  |we    are 'reproducing   from     "Little!price    under  a    clearing  contract  of  ���������������������������Logged  Off Lands," a magazine  pub-,sixty dollars per acre would cost the  ���������������������������lifih'ed at Seattle   in    the interest of settler ,as    follows:   $400 plus $1,200,  land  clearing,  a    summary  of  recent plus 5 per cent   or    probably ?80, or  legislation enacted  by the legislature: $1,680, or $84 per   year with interest  of  the  state, of    Washington  making;at probably 5 per cent  ���������������������������provision    along    similar  lines.   The j    Bonds   are    only   to    be issued as  | bill recently passed    provides for the needed and if the   soil has the agri-  ��������������������������� creation    of    "Agricultural   Develop-: cultural  possibilities  claimed  with  a  ���������������������������'ment Districts," the idea being in alljsure market,  but a small amount is'  cases   to    make   the    limits of these needed to    start,    for the fund  with  districts co-extensive with the county j settlers paying out in from three to  but still   allowing    those  vitally  in- j six   years- would    become   a rotary  terestcd  to form a smaller district if (fund.  THE   ALWAYS  UNIFORM FLOUR  suT.^.nt??cr~L*zsi\jcZ3**jii..wmitMirmm.*t.tmitmALMK������������������������������������m\i i  found   necessary.     But,   as  the finan-  Other    lands    including  the  school  cial or bonding ability is based upon * lands may be    purchased by the dis-  ,,  . , Tij-n-~     n  -a       r.w ���������������������������������������������'the assessed valuation of the district, !trict,   cleared   and    sold   to settlers  can Bame and William Gordon, all of  i i.u��������������������������� ������������������      ������������������������������������������������������        c m,,,������������������  'it is needless   to    urge that districts  who may   become    citizens,    on    the  in the Province of mam- e  Boissevain,  _   . ...    _.  toba, Merchants, all claims against be of maximum size, to-wit, the limine said estate must be sent into mv its of the COUnty' The county com-  ofrice at the'Bell Block, Enderby, on : "doners are empowered to call an  or before the   eleventh    dav of Mav.  eIection  for the    PllrP������������������se of creatinS  one thousand nine hundred and thir-'the clistrict" an(1 sha11 (1������������������ so uP������������������n an  initiative petition of ten per cent of  the electors.     The powers of the district are vested in three elected commissioners  who  serve  without  salary  Solicitor for the Executors. ;and  in  addition  to the  usual powers  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� of  a    municipality    they    are    given  same basis.  HOW TO PRESERVE EGGS  teen. c  Dated    this   eleventh  day  of  April  1913.* ALAN F.   CROSSMAN,  When eggs begin to get plentiful if  is well to know how to preserve them  for eating when they are scarce. This  method is very much used by the  French: The fresher the eggs in the  first instance the better they answer  for keeping purposes. If possible,  'power to carry into effect the pur-j date the eggs on the day they are  pose of the district, including the de-���������������������������layed, as a guide which to use first  velopment of the land by clearing, .later on. Boil them in the usual  the purchase or -manufacture of ma-iw&y for' about two and a half to  terials for sale to settlers at cost,'three minutes, then store them in a  ���������������������������to aid in.the production and market-.dry but airy place. They can be kept.  Our stock is -now complete for ing of agricultural products, and-all|I0r several months "hr this condition,  Spring Trade in Timothy, clo-'officers of the state, county "or muni-1 and when they are required it is only  - vers, Alfalfa, and all field seeds. 'ciI\alit>'> including the experts of the !necessary to put them in cold water  Also a  seeds    from  also    flower   seeds in profusion, i   For pu of finnnce the district  We also   carry a special line in,may be    bonded    on'   a   twenty-year  Spray   Pumps,     in    barrel   and splan under the constitutional limita-  hand    sizes,    and our prices arejtion of one aml one-half per cent of  'the assessed   valuation   and up to 5  , ,,    ,. , t ,,    state institutions-of learning are bv-and let   this water    get    quite hot  full    line'   of vegetable  ,.,..��������������������������� , * ��������������������������� ., -   c m. ... -,   l  .legislative hat-commanded to aid and ;over the fire. They are then ready to  the   best -growers;. assist jn Lhe pill.poseR of tne distnct. jeat. -"'  Another French method for raw  eggs that is very successful: Dip the  eggs into a fairly strong solution of  gum arabic and put them into a box  filled with powdered charcoal. Keep  this  firmly   closed.     Tlie  charcoal  is  Also Implements of all  per cent on a three-fifths vote of the  right.  kinds.       Bee   Supplies    are our je"lector"s;     They also have the power easily    washed    off   when    th������������������y    are  specialty.       Look    through our jf needed, of raising revenues by tax-needed    for    use'       The gum   arabic  Maintains its HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY. .Each  Sack contains flour that will act like the last sack and  ahvays give you GOOD results in BREAD baking. We  exercise no end of CARE in . CLEANING aud WASHING  wheat, and also in milling our Moffet's Best Flour. This  all  means success to the baker.  YOUR   GROCER   SELLS   IT  If   he   does not,   call   up   our   office,    'Phone   41. ������������������������������������������������������  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited  We have  macle arrangements with  the Taube Optical  Co.   of  Vancouver  and  Calgary,   that   their -Eyesight  Specialist ���������������������������  DR. S. L. TAUBE  (who has had forty-two years experience in the Optical  business) to be at our Store on  FRIDAY, MAY 23rd.  If there is anything wrong with your sight, do not fail to  ��������������������������� consult him.   All work is guaranteed absolutely as tested.  REKVE'S     DRUG     STORE  ��������������������������� '^rAMlt'AJIl ������������������  >_-������������������-���������������������������    ������������������������������������������������������-... ^-mir-ji^gf-r^  Enderby, British Columbia  Call  and  See  Us.  RENTS  INSURANCE  catalogue: free for the as'1  i.  A. R. MACDOUGALL-  3011 Westminster Rd,Vanceuver,B.C-  UOWNHAM-&-  closes the pores of the shell.  LIVE STOCK  INDUSTRY  ation,  subject  to constitutional lirrci-  THE HENRY NURSERY & SEED HOUSE .Preferential   investment  for  the  com-  ��������������������������� mon school   fund next to school  dis-  ���������������������������trict bonds, and bonds of other mun-' Hon. Martin Burrell, with the help  icipalities paying a higher rate of in-' of Mr. J. Bright, new live stock  ] terest. "This undoubtedly destroys commissioner, has worked out a plan  , the objection to the. improvement for development of the live stock in-  |district plan," says the magazine, dustry. The department will under-  !"as it practically piaces the state take the distribution of well-bred  =ha<A==of=thc=riistric-tr-bonds.'' | stallionsrbullsT"rams^lfd"b"MrsTTlfiF  will involve one of the great live  stock problems, particularly in the  newly settled districts of Canada.  The original cost of the animals  will be borne by the department and  thcy will be placed in the hands of  such local organizations as agree to  certain conditions which will be set  forth��������������������������� All. animals-distributed-will  GILDEMEESTER  ; Primarily the object of the district  is to aid bona fide settlers, and seeks  to   discourage   speculation. Many  CONTRACTORS  &   BUILDERS  kleas of cheapening the cost of clearing lands were presented to the com-  ENDERBY, B.C. .mittee,    various    mechanical    devices    'utilizing   the    by-products     of     the  stumps,  new and  cheaper explosives,  _E������������������timfttea__ and    (ifawinK_s.__<:h"<;rfiilly etC) ulul t])e __fi(}ld   oJIcrs_lInusultl .op.  BubrniLted  Furniture  made   to  order  Office and Shop in Poison Block,  On did Street near George  portunities   to   the inventor,  but at ibe bought,    if    possible,    from home  thc present time the committee found  that no one could clear land as  cheaply or as well as the actual settler and hi.s family. All thc settler  .needs is assistance by way of money  Jand materials so that he can give his  breeders and will be Canadian bred.  INVESTMENTS  Deer Park Fruit Land  E NDERBY   No4rrigation=Required   Thette lands are situated on the benches near Enderby-and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, are ln splendid condition for planting,  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar. will be planted and cared for at a  moderate charge.  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lota ..r now'on the market at fl'S  per acre.  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGEPACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Oflice, Enderby.  SUBSTITUTE FOR GASOLINE  BUILDER  &  CONTRACTOR  A substitute for gasoline which will  cost from 3 to 4 cents a gallon less,  ___   whole  time  to   developing  his home, i h(iS been  discovered,    it is reported.  It has been named gasene. Henry B.  Taylor, of a Warren, Pa., refining  company is the man who has discovered the long-sought-for fluid. It  is said that the new fluid is 25 to 30  per cent more effective than gasoline.  and  not  be   compelled  to  work  else  N^ . where the    greater   and best part of  ^y*rviail     CllfArit the year in 0rder to provide a livinS  for his family.  ��������������������������� An existing settler is. aided in the  , following manner. He may sell any  ; amount of    undeveloped land not ex-  JPlanS  ariQ eStimateS ceodiliZ twenty    acres to the district  ; at a price not exceeding twenty dol-  Fn^ri schorl lnrS i)er aCre' sul)Jcct to an examina-  rUrnibncU -tion  of the soil   as to fertility,  and  further subject to an  estimated  cost  Dealer in  Windows,  Doors,  Turnings,   Qf cleari���������������������������g not fco exceed one hundred  and  all    factory    work.   Rubberoid ;doUars    per    acre       Then   ,)ids   are  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows ;called. fQr ,gul)j.ect   tQ ^ ugual  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. C.  SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  RusBell   Street Enderby.  regu-  i lations, for clearing said tract, and  the settler has a preferential right to  take the contract at the lowest bid,  i payment to be made subject to the  terms of the contract with restrictions  to    afford    complete protection  A LONG TIME TO WAIT  Colonel Lowery may or may not be  a prophet. He says: "It will probably be fifty years or more before the  Grits again get a chance to sit on  the high seats in Ottawa. By that  time a new and better generation of  Grits will have sprung into exist-  out before the so-called Liberals of  our day can ever expect to gain and  hold the votes, confidence and admir-  ence. The greed for spoils must die  ation of the Canadian people.!'  An  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt.edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  wkich appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We vill  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  Job Printing  of every description executed  neatly and cheap, and with  despatch, at the Walker Press  *l  t  ��������������������������� A Thursday,  May 8,  1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS &ND WALKER'S -WEEKLY  SICAMOUS     REGATTA  If you want prime fresh meats,  w  have them.     Our cattle are graiu-fe  Fresh Meats.:RetailMerchantsoi^fey_  _  Organizing Local Associations! At a meeting of.the snuswaP Lake  | Boating Club, held in Sicamous on  There is nothing that will so quick- Martin succinctly put it the other .the 21st, it.was decided that the pro-  ly dispel, the petty differences that evening at Armstrong, the associa-jgram, 0f eVents for the regatta on  and selected by our own buyers from SQ oftm arJse in smaU places betwe���������������������������n tion haS( as one of its objects, 'the : June 3rd| .be the same as last year,  the richest feeding grounds in Alber .busineBsmerii as such ail organization. better control of the credit system with the addition of an endurance  ta, and are killed and cut stnctl iag the Retail Meechant.B Association'and the listing of 'dead-beats,' 'slow  FRESH.. 'recently organized in the Valley.    It pays' and 'no pays.'  "  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so -s ftn   organIzation    well worthy the |    ..Thwii   in    Vernon,    business   men  can give you the best price  possible _ consideratio:n of the retail merchants need be no longer   the prey of-those  of Enderby. Speaking of its success outside 'fake' advertising men who in  the Vernon News says: so many   towns   trade on the ignor-  The day is not far distant when ance of the unwary. 'Through the  each of the^ towns in the Okanagan1 Retail Merchants' Association, a  Valley will have its Retail-Merchants businessman can find ,out quickly and  Association. Vernon, Kelowna and surely whether any advertising. prop-  Armstrong have led the way,, and it, osition from an outside source'is or  is confidently anticipated that -Ender-. is not sound. In this way Vernon  by, Summerland arid Penticton will ' businessmen have been saved'much  fall into line. In each town the' as'-r profitless expenditure. Further, the  FROM   PEADING     ENGLAND'sociation wil1 be    self contained, but' association    watches the interests of   [ ' J it is proposed' that   the six associa-; its members in such vital matters ,as  tions shall be linked up so as to legislation and railroad rates, ancl 'in  form one large association for the this "connection has proved of almost  Valley.   This body will be in affllia- , inestimable value.  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C  A. J. Woodward  Solo AKent,  5.11 Granville Street,  Vancouver  615'Fort Street    .     .--'Victoria  Catalogue on Application  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.  tion with the Retail    Merchant's As-  "The three towns which as yet-have  #^4^<l><^>^-^>^^t><M*<S>^<^-^><^ <  E.:Jv  I Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  -ENDERBY/B. C.   -   ,  :-".Go6d~Rigs; :_Careful Driy/  _ers; -Dray ing of .all kinds. \v  - 'Comfortable, and.. Commq- t  ^dious Stabling for teams.   - -1  /Auto for. Hire XX. t  " Prompt attention-to all customers  .   Land-seekers  and  Tourists  ~n  vited to give us a trial.  sociation of B. C, whose headquar- no branch of the association have, it  ters are in Vancouver, and this or-'is confidently" anticipated, onlyjto be  ganization, in its turn, will be con- told ofthe advantages which accrue  necte'd with the Dominion association from membership to at once'* take  which has Montreal for-its centre. 'steps to emulate the example of Ver-  Thus it will be seen that the hum- non, Kelowna, and Armstrong, for  blest-member of the smallest branch retailers cannot, fail in showing sym-  in this Valley will have at his com- pathy with an organization, conduc-  mand the vast resources of an or- ted in-a businesslike. way, solely for  ganization whose ramifications ex- the benefit of businessmen."  tend throughout not merely the Do-! If arrangements can be made for a  minioh-but the States as well as the meeting of Enderby retailers, both  Old Country. y j Vernon-and Armstrong will send coni-  "That the Vernon association has mitteemen to attend the'meeting to  fully justified its formation-is shown tell about the-advantages of the or-  by " its" steadily increasing ' member- ganization.'-  ship, which now    totals 45, although -    race.from Chase to Sicamous. This  race to take place on June 2nd, so  as to leave June 3rd clear for the regatta proper.   .  Many valuable prizes have already  been received, and there will be,a  handsome silver cup at the head of  most of the prize lists.  The club miss the valuable services  of Mr. Berry, the secretary, who is  on a visit to England, ancl Mr. L.H.  Congreve has been appointed' secretary pro tem.  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If  you   want to  buy land, see me.  _i  My new booklet descriptive of tho Mara District, ia now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.  ENDERBV MUSIC STORE  Always   in   stock   and   guaranteed  first quality  violins, -mandolins,  ' " ;��������������������������� -    guitars; banjos,  zithers; mandolin banjos-  REDUCTION- IN RATES  Y.  ^Jtent also fcr Churcli and Parli>r_Onrain  ''Also Fire ancl Lif v Insiuance  -  Oflice in b.-ick block opp. The Walker Pre.������������������s.  it was only    formed a year ago last  March."   - -.    ' i    .     ' ,_      . '      -__ _..  "Kelowna has some 25 members en-; It is reported that there is to he "a  rolled, and . Armstrong, although - in material "reduction "in the. express  existence only a few days, has a sim- and freight rates'- on fruit this year;  ilar- total. This is essentially, a also on vegetables,- in which ..case the  businessmen's,' ��������������������������� association; every fruit and -vegetable -producers will  member _ is, prominently engaged in be assisted greatly in getting their  the .retail' ..business. 1*. When one" con:'" product to'market at* "a profit. -; The  siders-the objects- of tbe association .freight'rate , has"-not "-.yet" been'pub-  it will" be: seen that'no :business "man, iished, but under ".the -new express  can "afford^ tVremain outside.//Thanks" rate-7 there"- is , this"-" difference: "The  to this j organization Vernon, ;"Arm;, present; express',':rate per;l6b .pound's;  strong^and Kelowna today.has each from,-say,-Vernon to -Vancouver is'  'its Small Debts-Court which "has in- .$1.80,' and from-Vernon* to Kaml<5ops  variably been, successful in obtaining^fl.40.' The-, new "rate " would   be  to !     " '       INSURANCE''AGENCIES'  payment of "'accounts' when 'less dras-" Vancouver, ,-$1:44,,'- and -to Kamloops,   REAL ESTATE  tic means have failed.-   As President. $1.12  Always ;up-to-date   in   EDISON   PHONOGRAPHS,   and - Victor  Gramophones. /Blue Amberol Record Lists always "complete,- ' ,  We have what you want in Sewing' Machine Supplies, Oil, -Needles; '  ���������������������������   "     .       ���������������������������'--     -' -I Belts, etc./-'   ���������������������������       - . ,    ~ .... X-.-'Xl  -We are-Agents for.the-WHITE- SEWING .MACHINE,' the- best'',  ,   3 ; ' .,'     that money, can buy V.    ,"  w   .X/ z-   7'������������������������������������������������������  " r    ',���������������������������������������������'     ^  ^   ,   -.'     "    I     f  7 y-\,  ENDERBY   MUSfc   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  Enderby "Agent-  -r\i."*-  V.S.V  '*     *r,.-'.^l  -,���������������������������i   -   l       *--���������������������������* r^V������������������x& 1  Fird, Lif el Accident  ';   " '- J  Fruit  Land      -        Hay Land  -- Town Lots  ">The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Cor-yyJ  --The Phoenix InsuranceCo."ofvLondon. , ^y'-'-Z'  '��������������������������� L >n ion-Line uhire Fire Insurance Co^\h i'H  , Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept.* ;>,������������������.  " The l^ondon & Lancashire Guarantee '"* -'..'"-���������������������������-  ���������������������������   Accidejit Co., of Canada. ���������������������������:>    J ������������������"���������������������������   - y   .y  BELL   BLOCK.   ENDERBY,"^   7-~'  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  -.-���������������������������- -"' .*��������������������������� ij-1  ' . V  l'". "* I  \y4i_J������������������\  Tradc Marks  Designs  r *.. Copyrights Ac.  An rone sending m sketch and description mar  qutclily ascertain our opinion froe whether an  Invent lon is probnhly pntoiitublp. Coiiimiiiilon.  tions strictly coiilliloiitful. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldost JiKOi>cjr forsocurni(r putonts.  Patents taken through Muuu & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, lathe  Scientific American.  A handsomoly llluRtratecl weekly. lowest clr-  CHliUion ot any BclentllUs Journftl. 'lerms tor  Canada, S3.75 a year, postage prepaid, feold hy  all newsdealeis. -  MUNN & Co.36,Bro������������������dway' New York  Branch onico, 625 F St., Washington. D. C.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)'   Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  WIRE FENCING  B.'F.  SCOTT,  Three Pine Ranch, Enderby  Contracts taken for erection.   Orders  for spring work now being booked.  A Special Prize "of '  $50 cash   will   be  given in the LOG  ROLLING   COW  -     TEST, at  t/r-  MAY  ^4th.  I^M*if^*���������������������������i**^_���������������������������_  _      '  i  \        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^mm^^^^^^^^^Sammmm\smmmmmmm\\m\.  Other events: Baseball, Lacrosse, Football  Race?;   ;   Jumping,N     Vaulting,      Etc."  DON'T   MISS  IT!  !���������������������������   ^  ~, SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING.REC1JIATI0NS,;,:  Coal1 mining rights'.of thie.Domini'oo'"  in Manitoba,    Saskatchewan .and Alberta,"   the- Yukon  ..Territory,    th������������������>r  Northwest  Territories and a  portion .-'  of the province "of British."Columbia,'/  may be leased for a tcrm"^ of twenty-1-',  .one years at an   annual rental of $T-.<^  an acre.     Not, more than 2,560 acres '  will'be leased to,one "applicant.";   "'    "_��������������������������� f  Application    for'   a   lease must'be.;-  made by the    applicant in person to  the Agent   or    sub-Agent of the dis-/.;  trict^in=which=;rights-appliei=f6r���������������������������are^=  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must"  be described by sections, or le^al  sub-divisions of sections, and in un-  surveyed territory thc tract applied  for shall be staked out by the appli- "  cant himself.  Bach application must be accompanied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  ,iot available, but not otherwise. A ������������������.-  royalty- shall"~~be~ paid "on"the~mer-  chantable output of the mine at the  rate of, five cents per ton.  Tbe person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and, pay the  royalty thereon. if the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  ouce a year.  The lease will include the coal min-,  ing rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted . to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of ?10.00 an acre  For full information application  should b'e made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  nf Dominion Lands.  W. W4- CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������-Unauthorized    publication    of  ry  .'-/iStp-fl  ��������������������������� **-.-<",'  - .������������������ Z- i L  6-'  WHY NOT BUY   YOUR SETTING   EGGS AT  HOME 7  Pen 3 layiiiK strain, pwlifrreetl and brod foi 2-1 years  for ������������������kkr alone, SH.O^O: Mothers of thc conttst  Dullets now at Victoria. Pen 4, tun pullets, full  xUtcru to pen in content, $1,00 per sot. Pen i\  ordinary, f2,00pcr settinK. -Order early, inquiries  i-ominif hy overy mail.  H. E. WAKY. BNDKHBY. H,C. THE ENDKKBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,  May 8, 1933  Thomas A. Edison's  Blue Amberol Records  have increased the enjoyment of the  Edison Phonograph  An Edison entertainment has always meant the best that  the opera, concert and vaudeville stage can offer.  The use of Blue Amberol Records means that these  selections, clearer, .sweeter and longer, can be repeated  thousand of times with the same perfect results. And  they are practically unbreakable. Ask your dealer to  play some far you and you'll be convinced.  Th���������������������������im A. tiuoa, lac, 100 Lakeside At*., Orange, N. J., U. S. A.  A complete Un* of Edison Phonograph,* and Records will be found el  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  mm. axvMJgiim.u  WILL BE A  Send your orders fcr  To  WISDOM'S  ^WUNUERFUr  Free delivery  WATERS  ARMSTRONG.  Whitewear   Week  LADIES, we can show you exceptional values in  all classes of Whitewear. Nightgowns, Corset  Covers, Princess Slips, in brief, everything in White  for summer wear.  Also a few very  pretty ready-to-wear Street Dresses  and Gowns.    Come in and see them  and   get  our prices  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B.C.  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  City Council Hears Estimates on  Belvedere and George Street Work  The Oity Council met in regular  session Monday evening, Acting  Mayor Worthington in,; the chair and  all aldermen present.  After the reading of the minutes,  Messrs. Cummings & Agnew, through  their engineer, Mr. D. M. Mathieson,  reported on the estimated cost of  work proposed on Belvedere and  George streets.  The cost of a 6 foot cement sidewalk and a 26-foot macadam roadway bounded by a concrete curb and  gutter, from Mill to Knight, streets,  will be ?6,159, exclusive of all overhead charges such as engineering expenses, cost of advertising, interest  on temporary loans, and any discount allowed in the sale of debentures.  The estimated cost of George street  from Cliff to Knight streets, of a 7-  foot cement sidewalk and a -26-foot  macadam road bounded by a concrete curb and gutter will be ?G,121,  exclusive of the overhead charges*.  If a concrete roadway is desired in  place of macadam, the total cost on  Belvedere street will be $10,823," or  ������������������4,663 more than macadam. , If a  concrete roadway is desired in place  of macadam on George street, the to-'  tai cost will be $11,410, or $5,289  more than macadam.  The 26-foot roadway is believed to  be the best width for these streets.  "We would have liked to put a 7-ft.  It was reported by the Clerk that  the Bank of Montreal had replied to  the request for a temporary loan in  connection with the proposed street  work which is to be undertaken this  season by .the Council, that that  bank is not inclined to advance the  necessary funds required, until the  public improvement bonds are issued  ancl sold, the bank agreeing to ad*:  vance the money necessary pending  settlement after the sale of the debentures.  It was the feeling of the Council  that if any headway is to be made  this season in the direction of street  improvements" it was not policy to  vvait until the season was too far ad-  vancedf  It was ordered that the Clerk prepare a statement to be presented to  the Union Bank, making application  for a temporary loan of $14,000 to  carry on the proposed street work  until the local improvement debentures are issued.  The cemetery committee reported  having had cleared three acres on the  new cemetery site, and Mr. Mathieson  was instructed to make a plan of the  cemetery, laying out the road, walks  and plots. It was promised that the  work would be done this week. s  Road Foreman Baxter ' communi-  cated to the Council the request received by him from the office of the  road superintendent,    that    the sand  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  FOR SALE���������������������������6 cows, 6 yearling heifers, 3 heifer calves, 1 registered  Red Pole bull, 15 yews, 84 lambs,  1 registered Hampshire ram, 1  driving team, 1 four-year-old mare  and colt, 1 two-year-old gelding, 1  O.K. potato planter, 1 Deering  mowing machine, 5 feet; 1 Deering  hay rake, 10 'feet; 5 geese. Apply���������������������������  G. Murdock, Grindrod.  COTTAGE on Knight street to rent;  $10 per month. Apply, James  Mowat,  Bell Block.  POTATOES suitable    for seed;  white  varieties;  $5   per    ton at pit.      G.D,  Murdock,  Grindrod.  GOOSE EGGS���������������������������$2.50'   per   setting of'  six.     Chas. Murdock,, Grindrod.^  FOR SALE���������������������������Baled timothy and clover, hay. Apply, Gelling', Grand  Bend Farm, Enderby.  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Gardener, landscape and  jobbing gardener.  SPRING PRUNING-Orders. will be  taken for orchard pruning. APPly,  Wm. Elson, King Edward Hotel.  walk on Belvedere   street,  but unfor-  piled upon the side of the Mabel Lake  tunately the    position   of your poles,road near the Enderby bridge "should  would not allow   us to clo so,"  says  the report.  The engineers urge that all pipe-  laying necessary on -these streets be  done before the work of macadamizing is undertaken.  ��������������������������� "Now as to the rock in your present quarry. We have taken some  samples of-it ancl "find on examination that it is crystalline quartz  rock ancl has not suflicient cementing  qualities to make a good road metal.  The varieties of rock" most "suitable  for. road-making are: Trap, syenite,'  granite, chert, limestone, mica"'schits  and quartz. These are nanved in the  order of their relative, values. From  a table showing the relative merits  of these rocks, it is shown that the  rock at the present quarry is considered to-be" the least suitable "of all  road-metal rocks.  ��������������������������� "We believe that you have more  suitable rock in your immediate vicinity," concludes the report, "and  would strongly advise you before  quarrying any more at your'present  site to see whether or not you have  more suitable rock in your vicinity,  and if something which appears more  suitable can be found to have it  tested."  Mr.   Mathieson    spoke  at  consider-  be removed as early as possible.  It was ordered that tickets of admission to the Recreation Ground be  issued to all the school children, for  May 24th, and that no charge of admission be made for anyone in. uniform taking part in the procession on  that day. '-���������������������������. '  Aid. Grant was requested to submit  an estimate of the cost of erecting  additional grand stand room on the  recreation ground, increasing -the  present stand-another 50 feet:   ,  GARBAGE DESTRUCTOR-  J. H. Hooper, who was .engineer, at  the    Columbia     Flouring    Mills   for  some years    up - to   the time .of his  departure   for   the . coast ���������������������������  a year or  two ago, and who has since been'em-'  ployed as engineer" at the City Scavenging Department,    Vancouver,   has,  in conjunction   with    Mr. Wylie, superintendent of the street cleaning and  scavenging  departments of the -coast  metropolis,   designed  and  patented  a  type  of    garbage    destructors  which  are built on   the    unit basis, of any  size or   capacity    from one ton to a  thousand tons   per    day.     This type  of destructors is designed to meet the  requirements   of    any place, ,from an  able length by way of explanation of. isolated  institution to a small town  FOR SALE���������������������������Team of bay mares, well  matched,'weighing 3400; 4 &'. 5 years  .old; sound    and -well broken;  also  wagons and harness.     H. F. Flewwelling, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������75 acres farm' land; 6  acres cleared and. ready to crop;'  nice clay loam suitable for fruit;  easily cleared; good pasture; small -  house; clearing fenced,* posts' &.wire;  situated 3 miles from'-. Enderby,-  about same distance from proposed  C. N. R.R. -For- prices arid "terms  . see or write owner, " H. F. Flew-  - welling, Box-=34;-Enderby. - - '- :--':'~~/-  FOR*   SALE���������������������������Rough   and"   dimension  lumber. '.. At mill -0r" delivered.- -A. .  Tomkinson,,j Enderby.     -" "- ,-'-'-  the requirements suggested in the engineers' report, and showed every inclination _to_.assist- the-Cou n c i Lj n Ji h e_  work it was proposed to carry out.  The appointment of a pound keeper  was next taken up, and E. J. Mack  was named, ancl the desire expressed  that he should continue in the position he has hitherto filled to aid in  the proper handling of the pound  business.  Messrs. Cummings & Agnew also  "submitted " an" "estimate "on'"the proposed improvements to the City Hall  which the Council is desirous of carrying out. The specifications submitted by them provide for the installation of a lavatory, two jail  cells, the completion of the basement  and finishing of the deposit vault in  the basement, together with the fencing and laying out of the grounds.  It was estimated "that the cost of  these improvements  would  be  $1,303.  The finance committee reported the  following accounts, and they were  ordered paid:  Cemetery clearing ..- $   121.25  Board of Works pay sheet    232.20  Dominion Glazed Cement Co...   451.00  R.  Johnstone, wages       24.40  Fulton Hardware Co -.      37.62  Robert Bailey,  wages       26.10  The Walker Press, adv.fe ptg..     33.25  Billings & Cochrane,  fees       40.00  G.  Rosoman,  City Hall       5.45  J. H. Carefoot, draying       9.60  John Poison,   wages         .90  Thomas  Kneal,  wages       2.40  R.  Chadwick       2.00  G. Duncan       3.00  A.  Reeves, stationery       37.25  W. J.  Woods      11.10  or large city. The capacity is increased by adding a unit when required By. this means__the._initial  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 de-'  "siring her services.  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide  experience,    has  removed   her"  dressmaking .parlors   to/the Matthews house,-on    Cliff Sti,  west "of '  George. ���������������������������  cost of installing is reduced to a  minimum, which cannot be said of  other types as their structure does  not permit of any additions to them.  Mr. Hooper expects - to make a trip  into the Okanagan this season, at  which time he will be in a position  to demonstrate his plant.  SQUADRON "ORDERS "'  The Enderby troop of C. Squadron,  will parade mounted at- the armory  at 3 p.m. Wednesday, 14th May, and  at 7 p.m., when the drill will be  taken by S. T. Sporks, of Vernon.  All men must make an effort to turn  out. Rifles will be carried. Dress  service. The O.C. wishes every man  to do his best to secure recruits for  camp, so as to bring the squadron up  to full strength.  G.  HENNIKER,  Capt.  JOE LENTO���������������������������Blanchard & English  Block, Enderby���������������������������Cleaning . & Pressing; also repairing. Guitar and  Mandoline lessons will be given by  Geo. Clarke and Joe Lento, at pu  pil's home or at our place of business, Cliff St., next Oity Hall.  Campers and  Pleasure Parties  I..nm.Jnaugurating_airegular_ ser-..  vice 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.  NOTICE   OF   MEETING  A MEETING will be held in K. of P. Hall,  .Friday Evening, at 8 o'clock, to receive report  of delegate Mr. CHAS. W. LITTLE, to Central Selling Agency Conference.  Mr. ROBERTSON will also be present.  1  11  I  >h  ���������������������������=������������������ ���������������������������Enderby, B.C., May- 8, 1913  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  'Vol.',6; No. 10; Whole No. 270  Locals of Home Events of Interest  .       Near Home and Far Away  Tabasco, May 21st.  Every man    must cut his own wisdom teeth.  Miss Phillis Faulkner spent the  week end at home from the Okanagan  College.  Mrs. Wm. Glen returned ' from a  3-months' trip in the Eastern provinces, Thursday last.  Dr. Keith and Surveyor Williams are  the latest to add autos to their equipment for covering the district. -  The regular monthly meeting of the  Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society will  be held at the home of Mrs. Reeves  this afternoon. ' ,  -Frank Moffet returned from Hamilton, i Ont.', this-  week,    where he has  put in the past year in the electrical  . -,-,'orks of the Edison" Company. -  There is no-course^ of training that  will so_    quickly   uncover/a boy's Rapacity-for'leadership   as the'training  _given in^the'.Boy Scout "organization/  ��������������������������� Another enjoyable 12 o'clock dance  will be given at the Opera House tomorrow " (Friday) '.evening!, ";Dob'rs  .open at_ 8;. music -froni-1 8:30.-"to 12.  Admission", 50c each; no supper."  The Indian Lands' Commission will  be organized    at   Victoria this week,  and will soon inaugurate the import-  , ant work for which, the Commission  was appointed.  The .little daughter of Mrs. Leslie  Main died at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. S. Teece ' on Tuesday."after a  lingering illness, and was interred  Wednesday afternoon   at Lansdowne.  Never have the home grounds of  -Enderby looked ".better than they do  this spring. " The early flowers are  plentiful and the gardens are being  artistically laid out- and kept well  worked'jp.  A meeting of the Boy Scouts Local  of the Northern Okanagan Land Co.,  on Thursday (to-night) evening, May  tith, to consider the question of suitj-  mer camp for the troop.  Mara is a very busy villiage this  spring. Road Foreman Little is doing splendid work on the roads, employing quite a number of men.^and  -the-Government- bridge builder-has a  number employed on the new bridge  being built across the river at that  point. .  Alderman Hartry, as chairman of  the health committee, has done great  service for the city. Since the purchase of the nuisance ground by the  cicy he has kept a sharp look out on  the back yards and alleys and quickly takes action if they are not kept  clean. The result is that the city is  much improved in  appearance.  Dill. Bros, the past week enlarged  their gent's furnishings and grocery  store by tearing out the partition  and having what has heretofore been  the wareroom, finished up as a salesroom. They have added by so doing  20x25 feet to the store, and are now  in position to' better display their  ptock of goods. Norman Grant and  staff had the work in hand.  W. R. Barrows returned from the  Vernon Hospital Wednesday afternoon,  where he has been confined a month or  more from-a fractured leg.  Mr. Robt. Waddell of Victoria, was  an exhibitor in the heavy draught  class, showing the splendid Clydesdale stallion known as the Pride of  Drumburle. ��������������������������� This horse was sired  by Baron of Buchlyvie, one of the  highest-priced horses in the world.  Unfortunately Pride" of Drumburle  "pulled his shoe" while coming out  of the stable, and was in consequence  unable to enter the judging ring. The  absence of this fine animal was generally regretted.���������������������������Victoria Colonist..''  Mara has'"a number of crack shots',  and they' delight to spend an afternoon now and then shattering the  clay pigeons thrown - from the traps.  The other afternoon a party consisting of Capt. Brown, Mine Host- Con-,  greve, Sandy. McDonald, Wm. Firid-  laysoh-.and the Winchester Amrauni-  nition Demonstrator,' Foote,. went by  launch' from Sicamous "to Mara, and  there, with Chas. Little, Geo.. Little,  Jack Robertson, .Geo. i Reynolds" A.  Zettergreeny" 'Chas.. .Davidson, :.Guy  Barber, Mr."' Sutton and Mr. Davis,  they spend the hours with'trap a'nd  gun. Geo. Little ran up the highest  score, getting 18 birds-out of 25." "'-   '  This ever popular company of little  artists presented "The Dream Girl"  at the Opera. House last- Saturday  evening to "a very large audience, and  they fully sustained their . enviable  reputation as" pleasing comediennes,  and clever stage children. But the  p(ast three years has brought changes  to the company. Favorites of three  years ago in Bertha's Billions, have  grown older. They are now more  finished actresses in their-parts, but  it is doubtful if they give as clean  satisfaction to the audience as when  they were younger.      However,   "The  FAULTY BUILDING.REGULATIONS  Three years ago', when Enderby had  general building regulations governing the erection of buildings within  the city limits, and had no restricted business section, permits had' to  be applied for of the City Council'  and these were granted under certain  restrictions. While that municipal  law did not work perfectly, it operated infinitely better for "the welfare  of the city than the law now in operation. There was some consideration shown- by the city for the  homes and business blocks already  up, and if a property owner desired  to get a permit for the erection of'a  building he , had" to recognize 'the  stipulation's under which he was  granted a building permit.  .Under the present law .one may  erect any kind of a building any  place in the city, -outside'of the fire  limits of four blocks; without restrictions of any kind and without any  consideration in _ the matter .of increased :fire-risk,- and official Enderby  is powerless to .prevent .it.. "At the  same time, building restrictions-with-'  in the narrow fire "limit ��������������������������� are ��������������������������� so "stringent-as to -virtually' put;\aJstop to  building -operations '' within, -the ...restricted section..-   ,s-       ;'    "'    ",  It would'seem :to,be the duty-of the  present City .'.Council-, to remedy- the  evil by - way. .'of/ moderation in both  particulars, , loosening the., restrictions in one instance and" tightening  them in the other. .  S P E CIAL  Dominion   Lands,   Railway  Shuswap Division.  Belt  =Association^will=be^heldiat-the-office^Dream^Gir^  catchy music and pleasing comedy,  ancl the Bostonians are adepts in this  class of entertainment.  RESCUED  AX  ERRING .ONE  Just received, a large shipment of  overalls in black bib, black pant  style, and blue with white stripe.  Extra good value for one dollar.  Dill Bros.  By his presence of mind and steady  nerve Freight Agent Campbell prevented a serjoiisjf notJntal..mishap  at the station platform Monday evening. A man under the influence of  liquor endeavored to step off the  train as it slowed up at the long  station plarform. In doing so he  fell .and was thrown off the platform  between the speeding car wheels and  the platform planking. Instantly  Agent Campbell fell upon the platform and by sheer force held the  man upon the ground out of the way  of the car wheels until the train came  to a standstill. At the same time  he had to crowd close to the plank  platform to avoid himself being hit  by the passing car steps. It was  a .nervy rescue and one requiring a'  quickness of action that is seldom  called for.  The following appliesonly- to. Dominion Lands'in the Shuswap..  Division. , This^Division includes the Shuswap Lake; Notch Hill,'7  Celesta^ Seymour Arm/Glenemma and Enderby districts, etc'  Squatters on Dominion'Lands in this/Division" which are not',';.,  in timber berths will be- given". until Monday, "2nd" June, 1913,;.;  withm which td appear," and make application for.entry.'' ,j    .   /'  .Squatters .whose..claims are allowed will be notified by the/  Dominion Land Agent.at .their last known address. . In-rthe event;---  6i squatters failing to appear and make/application before theVf  date mentioned, their claims'will lapse and.the lands will: be"_'oth'er-J.  wise%disposed:of on and after that'date: If,-However,' good reason7,';  isVshpwn-'for'failing to appear, and'the- improvements :onj.the .lan'di������������������  are,of "substantial value'.a- i'urther period" ;'of- protection*; may)? be/  'all6wed*by:"-the;Agent"iriLcaseVo'f .special meriW-:;No/\ptHer.-appli^  cations -'.for...5 entry ���������������������������' will. b'e.Teceived.-before J^^^  Claims not yet dealt y/itli must be-filed immediately./' '.*'.'"' /~"/~  - Applications for entry'may. bemade at- /the 'Sub-Agent's Officev*  at"Salmon-Arm or. at'the Agent's'Offiice; at" Kamloops";" -Applica-f"  tions for'entry made at������������������the Salmon "Arm Sub:Agerit's Office on the".?"  2nd to 4th June,;, 1913,- inclusive,"will have precedence. ���������������������������/. *;" . ��������������������������� yf -  '-���������������������������Vacant available lands in ...this Division/not-valuable:foV timber 'X  may be disposed.of under homestead entry, in areas not exceeding ���������������������������-  one hundred and sixty acres.    Such squatters as "have wrongfully!*  taken possession of valuable timber lands have",noTclaim^ but may/"'  in certain cases, if improvements merit, be "recognized for what-'V  ever area can be arranged, in  each case, having regard to'the-  rights of timber owners and the value of!the timber.   The area of ���������������������������'  Edward hotel for $5. ��������������������������� These business homesteads on lands which will be -hereafter, logged off and with- ".'  people of. Enderby   last week cashed drawn from timber berths in this Division will be not more than">-  checks m the sums stated, signed by j f0rtv acres   unless   otherwise "determined   after ��������������������������� inspection by -  one H. E. Downing, andin each case  the checks were returned from the  bank endorsed, "no funds." - Downing .was in Enderby for several days.  He represented himself to be an investor looking for land, with many  thousands_.oj . dollars to^inyest In.  CAUGHT BY CHECK ARTIST  z/y\, ,-,  ."as. "-:r-/yy/yi  - .--.-- IfVi fj""t,1'p-r I  -a i''ZJ-t^.:i?iii\  ;y: '_:/.���������������������������*-Vrt|-  rA'- yZZ-Js$$21  .Z;?y -���������������������������SzVZ-A  Z.r.y'    -/..- il~---t  Xz7x7;Mt\  -   :-rt|  . The. Fulton Hardware Company for  $25, Bob Peel   for ?5,-  ancl the King.  the   checks   passed,  he  bill which has not been  We can save you money on summer  shirts, collars attached, separate collars to match, or without collars.  Dill Bros.  Take a look at the suits in our  window. They are twenty-five dollar  values for twenty dollars.   Dill Bros.  labasco Minstrels,  May 21st.  addition to  ran a board  paid.  A. Fulton, who was the severest  "stung" of the local merchants, did  a little detective work on his own  hook in this case. At Salmon Arm  he found on enquiry that a man answering Downing's description had  been"seen there," "and " Wednesday Tie  autoed over. He learned where the  man had started to work, and with  the constable drove out to the place.  When confronted with the facts, the  man admitted having issued the $25  cheque held by Mr. Fulton, but said  he was expecting some money and it  had not arrived.  Officer Bailey was notified by the  Salmon Arm constable, and Wednesday afternoon he was driven to the  Arm by Mr. Fulton with a warrant  for the man's arrest.  officers of the Department.  Squatting on Dominion Land's hereafter without authority will  not be allowed, and will result in forfeiture of improvements..    '  S. MABER' .  Superintendent British Columbia Lands   -  )���������������������������-..-���������������������������-"-  -Ot'  "OTfAWA7~28~Apriri913;  NOTE :���������������������������All bona fide squatters whose claims are allowed, will  receive a personal letter from this Agency notifying them -  that they are recognized as such, and no one should appear at  the office before the 2nd "of June for the purpose of making  application for entry unless such entry is receivec1.  W. C.  Remember the date of Dr. Taube's  visit to Reeve's Drug Store, on Friday, May 23rd, and if there is anything wrong with your sight do not  fail to consult him.  COWELL!.       .   ...   .  "Agent"of Dominion"Lands'  "2ff  w  i -���������������������������'  y ������������������������������������������������������:��������������������������� \ ^-ii-*  NOTICE  Province.   All persons interested  are invited to be present.  W. H. Hay ward. M.L.A.  Chairman.  C. B. Christensen, Secretary.  LIVE STOCK INDUSTRY  NOTICE is hereby   given that,'    Hon. Martin Burrell, with the help  meetings of the Provincial Agri- of Mr. j.   Bright,   new   live  stock  cultural Commission   will beheld  commissioner, has worked out a plan  In after years a man strike's many  a trail that looks familiar.  The T;.basco minstrels will highly  season things at the Opera House on  Wednesday evening, May 21st.  We are headquarters  for base ball,  lacrosse and tennis shoes.   Dill Bros  at the following places: ���������������������������  Salmon Am-May 27th, 10 a. m.  Endsrby���������������������������May 28th, 11:30 a.,m.    .  Armstrong-May 29th, 10 a. m.  Vernon���������������������������May 30lti and 31st, 10 a. m.  Kelowna���������������������������June 2nd and 3rd, 10 a. m.  Summerland���������������������������lime 4th, 10 a. m. '  Penticton���������������������������June 5tli, 10 a. m. , .      ,.f.       u. u   ,  .    . .    certain conditions    which  will be set  The Commission will hear evi-,forth.    ah   animals distributed win  dence   on  all matters affecting be b0llght, -if   possible,   from home  for development of the live stock industry.   The    department  will undertake the    distribution    of    well-bred  | stallions, bulls, rams and boars. This  i will involve    one    of    the great live  'stock  problems,    particularly   in   the  ��������������������������� newly settled  districts of Canada.  I    The  original    cost    of the  animals  will be borne by the department and  they will be    placed    in the hands of  such  local  organizations as agree to  agricultural   conditions   in   the  breeders and will be Canadian bred. ���������������������������_^^.M  rifiK hi.NijKKHY. PKESS AN JJ WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,   May 8,f 1913\  City .-'Gouneir Hears Estimates on  !      Belvedere and George Street Work  i The Oity Council met in regular- It was reported by the Clerk that  session Monday evening, Acting the Bank of Montreal had replied to  Mayor  Worthington  in  the  chair and  the  request  for a temporary  loan   in  ; all aldermen  present. connection  with    the' proposed -street  After the   reading   of the minutes,, work which is-,to   be undertaken this  ''Messrs. Cummings & Agnew, through season ..by the Council, that that  their engineer, Mr. D. M. Mathieson, bank is not inclined to advance the  reported on Lhe estimated cost 'of necessary funds required, until the  work      proposed   on    Belvedere    and  public improvement bonds are issued  .George streets. and sold, tho   bank    agreeing to ;ul-  ' The cost of m G foot cement side- vance the money necessary pending  walk and a 2G-foot   mncadam   road- settlement after    the sale of  the  de-  ���������������������������w;iy bounded by a concrete curb and benturcs.  !gutter,  from Mill  to  Knight streets,!    It was thc   feeling    of the Council  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  FOR SALE���������������������������G cows, G yearling heifers, 3 heifer calves, 1 registered  Red Pole bull, .15 yews, 84 lambs,  1 registered Hampshire ram, 1  driving team, 1 four-year-old mare  and colt, 1 two-year-old gelding, 1  O.K. potato planter, 1 Deering  mowing machine, 5 feet; 1 Deering  hay rake, 10 feet; 5 geese. Apply���������������������������  G.  Murdock, Grindrod.  COTTAGE on Knight street to rent;  ?10 per month. Apply, James  Mowat, Bell Block.  varieties;  $5   per    ton at pit.  Murdock,  Grindrod.  G.  Thomas A. Edison's  Sue Amberol Records  have increased the enjoyment of the  Edison Phonograph  An Edison entertainment has always meant the best that  the opera, concert and vaudeville stage can offer.  The use of Blue Amberol Records means that these  selections, clearer, sweeter and longer, can be repeated  thousand of times with thc same perfect results. And  Lhey are practically unbreakable. Ask your dealer to  play some far you and you'll be convinced.  Thom������������������J A. Ediion, Inc., 100 Lakeside Ave., Orange, N. J., U. S. A.  A complete Iiae of Edi*on Phonographs and Records will be found at  Chas. Murdock,  Grindrod.  FOR SALE���������������������������Baled timothy and clover hay. Apply, Gelling, " Grand  Bend Farm, Enderby.  ENDERBY IViUoJC STORE1  B7;*K^:rae.'fl'*ivi-*WJ'*--'mwjgr?"-^p^^  rrj.i'T,,f'Zt:',.y:'j..\srsi^ssTr-rs:s3  JL  tf  WI  LL  IBSSSSEBS  R7a r r n  *tk /",. fi-77-i ���������������������������; 2J  fi Bp 5 fiv.U I  | will  be ?G,159,   exclusive of all  over- that if any   headway   is to be made  I head charges such as engineering ex- this season in the direction of street  jpenses, cost   of   advertising,  interest  improvements   it    was not policy to  jon    temporary   loans,    and    any  dis������������������-" tfait until the season was too'far ad-  POTATOES suitable    for seed"  white'  [count allowed    in   the sale of deben- ��������������������������� vancedf '  wlULe  ; lures, j    It  was ordered that the Clerk pre-  i    The estimated cost of George street  pare a statement   to be presented to,������������������������������������������������������ -   -  .from Cliff to Knight    streets, of a 7-  the  Union  Bank,   making  application (GOOSE EGGS-$2.50   per    setting of  loot  cement    sidewalk  nnd  a  26-foot  for a    temporarp   loan of $14,000" to i    sjx  ' mncadam   road    bounded   by    a con-  carry  on    the    proposed  street  work!   Jcrete curb and    gutter will be ?6,l2l,   until   the    local    improvement  deben-'  !exclusive of,the overhead charges. tures arc issued.   ���������������������������  j If a concrete roadway is desired in , The cemetery committee reported  ��������������������������� place of macadam, the total cost on having had cleared three acres on the  ;Belvedere street will be $10,823, or new cemetery site, ancl Mr. Mathieson  !$<1.()&3 more than macadam. If a was instructed to make a plan of the  ,concrete.roadway is desired in place cemetery, laying out thc road, walks  jof macadam on George street, the to- and plots. , It was promised that the  |tai cost    will    be    $11,410,  or $5,289"work would be done this week.   ' '  jmore than macadam. j    Road    Foreman    Baxter    communi-  j The 2G:foot roadway is believed to cated to the Council thc. request re-  . be the best width for these streets. ceived by him from the office of the  j "We would have liked to put a 7-ft. road superintendent, that the sand'  I walk on Belvedere street, but unfor- piled upon "the side of the" Mabel Lake  itimately the position of your poles road, near the Enderby-bridge should  .would not allow us to clo so," says be removed as early as possible,  jthe report. '      ,    It wns ordered'   that tickets of.ad-  i The engineers ursje Uust all pipe- mission to the Recreation Ground be  laying necessary on tbe.-.*e streets be issued to all. thc school children, for  done berore the work of macadamiz- May 24th, and that no charge of ailing is undertaken. '- ' mission be made for anyone in uni-  "Now ,ms to the rock in your pres- form taking part in thc procession on  cnt   quarry.     We    have    taken   some  that day.  samples of it and find on examina-. Aid. Grant was requested to submit  tion that it ��������������������������� is crystalline quart'//'an estimate of the cost of erecting  rock and has not suflicient cementing, additional grand stand .room on thc  "unlitics to .make a good road metal. ' recreation ground, increasing the  .The varieties of rock most suitable'present, stand another 50 fe.ct.__  for  road  makin<? are:   Trap,  syenite,:      ' -         ~  ���������������������������  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Gardener, .landscape and  jobbing gardener.  SPRING PRUNING-Orders will be  taken for orchard pruning. APPly,  Wm. Elson, King Edward'Hotel.  FOR SALE���������������������������Team of bay mares, well  matched, weighing 3400; 4 & 5 years  old; sound and ' well broken;' also  wagons and harness. H. F. Flewwelling, Enderby.   <.  FOR SALE���������������������������75 acres farm land; G  acres * cleared ancl ready to crop;  nice clay loam suitable for. fruit;  easily cleared; good pasture; small  house; clearing fenced, posts & wire;  situated 3 miles from. Enderby,  about same distance from proposed  C. N. R.R. For prices and terms.,  see0or write owner, 'H."F-.-Flew-"  welling, Box 34, Enderby.  "'-   ;  GARBAGE DESTRUCTORS  H. Hooper, who was engineer at:  Columbia- , Flouring    Mills   for-  FOR    SALE���������������������������Rough    and'  dimension  lumber. :-..At mill or-delivered- .A7--  Tomkinson,- Enderby...-.: * * '-/'���������������������������  "1  s  Send, your orders for  vEl     (pj  Bl  p;tr;     6-'  Om I  To  granite,  chert, limestone,  mic--. schits<  and. quartz.     These are imnVdiu "the r  oracr of their,   relative values.  From :'     J  a table  showing'' tho" relative merits ; the  of these rocks, 'it is shown  that the  some years    up- to   the time of his  rock at  the present    quarry  is  con-'  departure   for   the   coast   a year or  sidercd to be the least suitable of all  two ago, ancl who has since been em- j  road-metal  rocks. ployed as engineer at the< City Scav- i  We    believe    that   you have more   enging Department,    Vancouver,   has, i  suitable rock in    your immediate vi- in conjunction   with    Mr. Wylie, sup"-' !  cinity,"   concludes    the   report,   "and   erintendent of the street cleaning and   . .   would- strongly" advise you before scavenging departments of the coast airs. C. PARADrS, a dressmaker of  quarrying any more at your present metropolis, designed and patented a Wiclc experience, has removed"her  site to see whether or not you have type of garbage destructors which ���������������������������' dressmaking' parlors'-to the Mat-  more suitable rock in your vicinity, are built on -the unit basis, of any.' thews house, on Cliff" Sti, west'of  and if something which appears more size or capacity from one ton to a ' George,  suitable can be found to have it  tested."  Mr.   Mathieson    spoke  at  consider-  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 nieet all desiring her services.  WISDOI  thousand tons   per    day.     This type  of destructors is designed to meet the   JOE LENTO���������������������������Blanchard-   &    English  requirements    of   any place, from an     Block,   Enderby���������������������������Cleaning  &' Pressing;  , also    repairing.     Guitar  ancl  t  'ii  >ERFUL  r*tr  A i isRb  Free delivery ARMSTRONG.  able length by way of explanation of isolated, institution to a small town i  the requirements suggested in the en- or large city.       The capacity  is in- j  ginecrs' report, and showed every  in- creased  by  adding    a    unit when  re- '  clination to assist the Council in the quired.     By   this    means the initial j  work it was proposed to carry out. cost of    installing    is    reduced to a .  The appointment of a pound keeper minimum,    which    cannot bc said of  was next_tnkcn_up,    nnjl_E.__J\-M_ack_other types as-   their* structure,jloesJ.  Mandoline lessons, will be given by  Geo.  Clarke and  Joe Lento, at pu- -  pil's home or at our place of business, Cliff St., next City Hall.'  was named, and the desire expressed  not permit of any additions to them. ���������������������������  that he should    continue in the posi- Mr.  Hooper expects   to make a trip ! g-^ -,  lion he has    hitherto filled to aid in  into the   Okanagan 'this    season, at ; 'oStlTipCrS   cHlCl  the proper    handling   of    the   pound * which  time he will    bc .in a position \  business. .to demonstrate his plant. |  Messrs.    Cummings   &   Agnew also  ��������������������������� ;  submitted    an    estimate on the pro-'! SQUADRON ORDERS  .posed improvements to the City Hall  Pleasure Parties  ��������������������������� (���������������������������mNVJMVwm-*  u irvu rt pi iTi-n rn~r.tr nT mw fl-inriwrin htwi wninnmi in rinitiwi i   i  Whitewear  Week  smnmM.m(mmMsmswmiswmtmmws^mrmw^mMm'ii^Mrims\mxTn������������������amvvsr.mu*Mmfx imnfiiin������������������ wmi>w^���������������������������  LADJES, we can show you exceptional values in  all classes of Whitewear, Nightgowns, Corset  Covers, Princess Slips, in brief, everything in White  for summer wear.  Also a few very  pretty ready-to-wear Street  Dresses  and Gowns.    Come in and see them  ancl   get our prices  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B. C.  VMMiriWiV  mnarrrrmwtKm\  ���������������������������IWT/UW  ! which the Council is desirous of car-  drying- out.       The "specification's submitted  by  them    provide'for  the  installation    of   a   lavatory,   two  jail  cells,  the completion of the basement  and  finishing of the deposit vault in  tlie basement,  together with   thc fencing and  laying   out of the grounds.  .'It was    estimated    that   thc cost of  |these  improvements  would  be  .$1,303.  ;    Tlie finance committee reported thc  'following   accounts,    and   they  were  :ordered paid:  Cemetery clearing  %   121.25  Board  of Works  pay sheet    232.20  .Dominion Glazed Cement Co...   451.00  It.  Johnstone, wages    .Fulton Hardware Co    .Robert Bailey,  wages    jThe Walker Press, adv.& ptg.  | Billings & Cochrane,  fees    !g.  Rosoman,  City Hall     ' J.  H. Carefoot, draying    'John  Poison,   wages    Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  Thomas" Kneal,  R.  Chadwick ...  , G. Duncan    wages  ! A.   Reeves, stationery  Iw. J. Woods   24.40  37. G2  26.10  33.25  40.00  5.45  9.GO  .90  2.40  2.00  3.00  37.25.  .11.10  The Enderby������������������troop of C. Squadron, ;  will-parade--mounted-at the-armory ���������������������������  at 3 p.m.  Wednesday, J4th May,  and  at 7   p.m.,    when   thc   drill   will be  taken by S. T. Sporks, of Vernon.  All men must make an effort to turn  out.   Rifles    will    be    carried.   Dress  service.     Thc O.C. wishes every man  to do his best to secure recruits for  camp, so as to bring the squadron up  to full strength.  G.  HENNIKER,   Capt.  1 am inaugurating a regular service for the summer months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sim-  ^���������������������������?y_J1\Qrilingi_._.pr__f\f?_...othenvise__re-   quired, 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. thc lake and the camping  grounds. Prices reasonable for good .  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  NOTICE   OF   MEETING  MUM HHIl*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ~W    IIBBIBWIWIIliW ll  ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^1��������������������������� ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*-*-*���������������������������1-*^^|  A MEETING will be held in K. of P. Haii*;  Friday Evening, at 8 o'clock, to receive report  of delegate Mr. CHAS. W. LITTLE, to Central Selling Agency Conference.  Mr. ROBERTSON will also be present.

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