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Enderby, B.C., June 5, 1913 ,
A ND      WALK E R 'S      WEEKLY
Vol. 6; No. 14; Whole No. 274-
iu
List of Enderby Rate Payers   .
;  and Amount of Taxes Payable
Following is a list of the ratenay- Hallet, Edwin
12.67
, ers of the City of Enderby, and the
taxes payable by each under the 1913
tax levy:
Airth,   James  $   21,45
Attenborough,  Alwyn  ?....     20.97
Adams, Prank A      19.00
Airth,   Caroline   (Miss) :...      3.42
Airth,  Alexander -.       3.40
Attenborough, M. E. (Mrs.)....   " JL.42
Bell," George  ..:. !../ 444.13
Blackburn, Richard ,....".".  v 29.25
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' Barrows,"Wiley R...;..'.	
Bradley,  Sarah J." (Mrs.)
"'.. Bell, Florence A. (Mrs.) *.
,. "Bank" of Montreal 	
- Beattie," Andrew ...'".	
Baird,   James  E	
"'    Berg, Andrew - :	
..������* Bal'nes, "Frederick H.....:...'.
*  -Birrell'^AndrewlD...:.........'.
" Bahton;iWmv E.'.::.':: :
._ . Bloncliard;;_Beatrice "L.
- ^Blanchard;- Herbert" E..
. ^Binchf ;Richelieu-<Hr.v..'..
- -) Bailey ??Robert/. '.z���������...".."."...
-'J^Baj rd.. ..Isabella^"(Mrs.)t
r. Baird, Andrew. Mi.; ~.
-.-Bailcy.xRobert'. N. X.../..
. / Bellamy' .George/';./../..
��������� - -Bovette,^Chas: *w7.....'.'..'
18.52
'22.43
- /19.50.
..../....".   380.25
"......'....*    26.81
 .':.".. '. 19.00
,:: :: :17.5s
.:...:...:' i89:i"4
.:.:.ii.7. ' 22.43.
..:...'...���������.."-��������� ".13.15
(Mrs".)*. 4.6tf
f..r.:...7'.l)2Ab
:L.x:.-.7, 16.57;
���������..?.:.'..... r'.9>5
T........T^rii.22
7iiL..     64:35
::X.'..fr\'ii.70
X.y.ri? J3.41
^...."^^'8.77:
:.:.-....'.'..- V.,3.42'
".3.12;
" ,3141"
:11.22
-.3.41;
667^87
82.39
12/68
; :...   ��������� 11.22
 '.      .'7.80
,i...7....Xj.i..i    68.25
;.'....; /'..../    17.55
...; :...-.. 257.40
H. .'. .'    129.66
.;. :      25.35
Hughes, Bessie 7-(Mrs.) " :...   119.45
Hartry, Agnes (Mrs.);.: .'." 10.23
Hartry, Samuel P.'....-..'     36.56
Henniker, Mabel (Mrs.)   .  3.41
Hughes, Geo. T '.[_ 12.20
Hoffman, Edward B........... .3.41
Johnson, Carl  .'..'.     19.50
Johnson,   James P 41.44
Johnson, Catherine* J.' (Mrs'/)/ ' 8.28
Johnstone, Jane (Mrs.) : 28.28
Johnstone; John S     '. * 12:67
',"'.-'- Brash'.VThomas Jr>.:...,.'.'/..-.:..i
.- J Blackburn",- Jane'KMfs.);'	
*     .Bates, (A. Mac (Mrs.)l-.f	
���������i J ^-Blackhurh, ] William -'..;.......'.'...
- -"'/Burt; '���������. iXjX-yXXv-'y
/v Columbia Flouring" Mills Co!
,--' Church,~6f England -.:......V.."..'..
Carlton, EvaJMrs.) Z............
'"'���������    Calder, ^Thos".  H..7 .".
-..--Carson/ Robt.  C..	
_ 7 .Crane, "-John "E." ...... LL.
- '- Chew Chung /..iL : .....
Coode, -John .C.:....''. '������������������.���������
- Carefoot^ Joseph
"Carlson," Benj. J.
Cedarson,  H..' .7 ������ '.' 2.93
'  Cobb,  Laura (Miss)  ...7; ."   21.94
Campbell, Geo. G.  37.15
=������===GrossmanT^=Alan=^F-?=r.rr... .-.-.>..-. ..t=p=-3 .41.
Crane,  Reginald    '    3.42
'   Clark,  Amos  ...". .".  6-83
" Canadian Pacific Railway  255.45
Dale,   James   23.88
Dugdale, Charles E....'.  4.87-
- Dill Bros  .'.  -78.00
Dagg,, James C  40.95
Duncan; Mary A. (Mrs.)  27.30
.^_Enderby_Brick _&_TUc. Co.^.....:_35-10
Evans,  Joseph W  42.90
"s Enderby Lawn Tennis Club ... 15.60
Evans, James E  42.90
English,   James C  21.45
Fulton, Andrew   121.20
Fravel,   James F  25.35
Forster, R. E.  J  39.00
Fortune, A. L 7:..,  H-22
Flewwelling, Hiram F  51.18
.   Forster, Edith M. (Miss)  11-22
Folkard,, John   12-66
Faulkner, Andrew A  79.37
Funk, P. A. (Mrs.)   H-70
Flack, -Walter H  3.42
flewwelling, Irma (Miss)  6.82
Gray, Edward G  20.48
,Gorle, Frederick I.-  14.63
J Grant,   John N  38.99
Graham, Wm,  J-.  23.40
Gavlord,   John B  56.07
Gilrov, Jacob A .,. 74.10
Grevell. Henry  J ' 45.81
Goliehtly.  Wm.  H  26.32
Gunter, Abram   18.72
lien,  Kenneth    3.42
- Hutchison,  Wm. H  1*3.07
Higgenson,  John   15.60
Harvey, Eva E. (Mrs.)  53.63
Hendrickson, Emma G. (Mrs.) 58.50
Hawkins, Chas. E '.  19.01
Ho
;.)'--
Johnston,  Albert, E.^ .....'.
Jones, >Robert .................7...
Jalland, Elizabeth (Mrs.)'.}?.
Jaquest, Henry P	
Kelly," Henry :....:.....:/...'..'....
Kellirigton,-'" Charles' W....".."...
Keith,'-Harry" w'..!..V.".....'.:."...;.
Keith, fMay. Blanche^ (Mrs.).
Linton,' James; R.:..?^:.;.:.."..V.
Long Louie\z\.::/..."......-.'..X..'...:.
Lindrot j Oliver y...:;...:.;...r.;.
Lundberg;:-Carl ...........Xr.X.:
Lindhergf - Frederick r...../...'/.
Lawes;,.Eva (Mrs:)/.........:.".:.
Lawes^Greo'.fR., .....i..:./.7./.
Lucasr%.''John \G7iX..y\.'.7z7Xz.,
.Mfaiihy.vPairick.-^
Miller^- "John'....izfz.//.:..:.-...'.
Marois,'  Edmond;_-...'.
Mack;: rEdward 'J.'L:
Martin,   James \.:....."���������.,JZ...i.
Mowat," t Jamesv.- i. i...../.
Methodist. Church .....'..:....".
Munro; Geo/'L. ~..7..i:.:.:....:'.
Mann, Howard G.. .!/..'...
JMoffet, Francis^V:*'-....1.......;
Mansel',   Geo: 'i Wr.. Z..:. .*...?.'... ]
Matthews, Anne. (Mrs.)" /..'..
Mackay,, Mrs.' .*........'..'....."..';
Mitchell; Hugh 'A.:V....'.."..:/.
Mitchell'/ Hugh" .....".....:*.....'.'.
McMahon;  James:.-....:...."....
McMahon, Elizabeth (Mrs.)
McLeod, Donald A.	
McArthur, "Andrew  S '.
McMahon,  Ernest       3.42
Nichol; John  .' ...;      15.60
JNeill,^Horace^..^'.....-.....-..-...-..T =.3.42-
Oppertshauser,  Charles"     19.50
Okanagan Telephone Co      54.60
Olford,' Bruce      13.16
Okanagan Saw Mills, Ltd  1,648.72
Poison, Samuel  :  1,454.29
Pyman, Martha J." (Mrs.)      30.42
Paradis, Caroline (Mrs.)       32.18
Peel,  Robert E     56.55
Paul,  Andrew  ."-.      28.76
.22.92
27.30
'' 19.30
52.16
.15.5?
> 9.75
.  95.07
, 7.31
^21.45
6l2.68
',' 10:23:
',5.85
r "1*9.50.
^19.50
,345.15
7^63^
::'270.08
,?:i8.52
^15-60
193.31
i 26.81
/3.85
1.65.33'
['"6^82
." - 9.75
Sherlow, Frederick   ' 10.72
Sing Kee  ...'.'."...-7.     11.-70
Smedley,' Geo. 'H.../.... 7   "70.20
Sparrow, Elizabeth (Mrs.)    "18:04
Swan, Henry  : '.   24.87
Singer,   John A.'./       8.77
Simard,~ Edward       17.55
Simard, Mary (Mrs.)     "13.65
Sutcliffe,   Alfred  7yiii.      37.05
Speers, Sidney, H. 7.  - 21.45
Skanes;"E/ (Miss)    '....'     3.41
Turner,  Violet H.'-      27.56
Teece, .Samuel .....':.:    291.52
3.42
3.41
.   -8.77
3.41
."'81.42
' 26:32
,   95.55
: '47.77
25.83
-26.82
"-53.63
-8.77.
.; ;42.90
-1"21.45
Ti 16.08
V-'20,47
"""^32
T-T;6.83'
Locals of Hprne Events of Interest  x.
NearHomte and Far Away
,"7.80
" 8.77
58.50
3.42
.9.75
27.30
16.58
8.28
��������� 4?87
Turner, Francis; T	
Taylor,- HaroldL S:...:	
Ulas,   John "	
parley,- Leo  ':..:..'���������.	
.Wheeler, Wmv"J'.'.... .'..'.../.
Worthington,/Hugh H..........
Walker,  Henry M.^	
Woods,',; Wm.' -J..". ......".	
Wallace,-- William-; ���������	
Wilson, Albert y^.. '..:....
Warwick,'; Isabella' H. (Miss)
Walker,- Anna/G/ (Mrs.) .-.:'...
Wilson,l"HerbeirtrR........./.::...
^Williams, _Guy,-;Ll. .".../....:..
Witenber g,' IJohn'..).'.... /*. ...:....
Wheelery.^Edwardr C..-..:."...". .-.v. /.
Wheeler ""(Mrs.): .7i:.z7..:.i.:..:L
WalkjBr.^.CharlesfHr^.���������f'..r���������^	
" ''""'"' V '"'"'" '-*:%.!'I:sfir-$ll,635.64
Local i-Improvementi-Taxes.; ./--
Bahk?of'Montreal ..f.:.'::������.7.."...T$ ,3^.52
 '..; ;/..?:..":.,. ."1������:"61
���������124.04.
* 29^19:
r' 31.40'
'.98.66
~'i0T95
;. 21t91-
-' 18.^26'
19.72
���������72.69
; 21.91
92-43
^120.47
.9.12
-14:89
21.91
^j^-rajTi.
Bell,, .George >:L.\ ;.'. Zr...:...
Canadian Pacific .'Railway/ :.*...:
City _ of -Enderby .>/.....^.r..'.../.:)
Coode." John C./.I.'.:..JZ'y:..r.y-
Columbia^-Flouring-Mills^Co!;.
Crane, .John.' 'E..'i.'Z::./.l/Lr;....:?.
Dill;Bros"../:.^;...^;;:..^.:..r:
179.21 Fulton,' -Andrew"
Gilroy, Jacob}: A/....."....-..... z.,
Hutchison, ' Wm.-H......../.r.i
Keith', v Harry W.\..:...;..../. Hi..
Murphy,. P.- H.L..../.... ........
Poison, Samuel /.'.../ 7 :
Pyman, Martha .J. (Mrs.) .:
Sharpe, Geo. R :.....-.	
Walker, H: M., ���������.^	
'   ' *        " ; '-     '     /".    '     $   865.68
Extra-Municipal" School Taxes
Avery, Charles G $ " 19.25
Powers,. Geo.  h7.iii~iiX.X...7..'..'. 9.75
Piper,  Cecil.G  18.02
Pound, Alice  J.  (Mrs.)    23.40
Pound,  Wm   10.44
Poison,  Crossley T  7.80
Poison,  Ross   ".  17.55
Poison,  Wm.   S .'  18.53
Prosser,   Fred   R  5.36
Packham, George   6.83
Ronald,   Wm.   E .' 15.12
Rosoman,  Graham ?  56.55
Reeves,  Elizabeth  (Mrs.)    49.73
Richards.^ Zames C  13.65
Jtuttan,^ John L...".  60.45
Robinson,  Ruth  (Mrs.)     2.92
Richardson; Morril E  7.31
Robinson, Mary (Mrs.)    9.27
Robinson, Tom   15.60
Rosoman, Blanche (Mrs.)    17.55
Robinson,  George   : 21.45
Rodie, Thomas E *    3.42
Russell, Wm. A  17.55
Rogers," Ernest    3.41
Sharpe, Geo. R  348.57
Sewell,  Elizabeth  (Mrs.)  17.55
Steward,  George    8.77
Schammehorn,  Edward  R  20.47
Stevens,  Milton  A  27.79
Stoward, Robert   19.50
Stoward, Mary E.** (Mrs.)      11.70
Ying Dep      19.50 Schultz,   Gustavus       11.21
Byrnes, Henry  :..:....:. 12760
Backhaus, ���������  2.80
Bogert,  John E ���������  -26.39
Barnes, Mary L. (Mrs.)  17.85
Bryant,  Thomas  A.../.  50.96
Canadain Pacific Railway   41.65
Cameron, Benj.  J ....:  14.70
Cameron, Capt .".".  2.80
Chadwick,  Robert :....;... 4.55
Enderby Brick & Tile-Co:-r..Tr���������-12.60
Elliott, Hezekiah   12.95
Ellison,  James   11.55
Flack, Walter H. -. .-  2.10
Frei, Peter J  5.78
Gilroy, Jacob A  11.55
Gunter, Abram   32.48
Gibbs, Mabel (Miss)    11.55
Lawes, Geo.  R. :  5.60
Leroy,  Lafayette   ". 7.00
Murphy,   P.   H  59.08
Moffet, Francis V  14.91
McKee, Harvey   14.00
McKay, John  :.���������.' 16.80
McMahon,  G.'E  2.80
Nelson, Charles M ;  12.60
Poison, Samuel   59.50
Piper,  Cecil G  1.75
Preston, Henry A.  ..'  8.05
Rice, Sadie M.  (Mrs.) .<  15.40
Sharpe, Geo. R  5.60
Spear, Richard J  4.20
Strickland, Bertha (Mrs.)    76.51
Scott,-James    8.40
Skeeles,  Charles A  7.17
Simpson, R. B. (Miss)    2.80
Stroulger, Kathleen (Miss) .... 5.60
Teece,   Samuel    173.25
Tibbitts,  0. D  16.80
Waby,  Fred    ������j75
$ 827.68
Mayor Ruttan returned from Fort
Fraser on May 30th. - - v.
_ Mr. Ia. Long and bride. arrived from
England on.Sunday morning's .train.
. E. V." Chambers and. family, -of
Armstrong, have, removed to Monc-
ton, N. B.   . "     ,. 7_ 7    -       '
: Geo. Bell arrived from the coast on
Saturday and Ms spending the week
in his old home town:   .'     ,-,
Mrs. R./E. Best and children left
this-week for-New Brunswick. / Mrs.
Best'' will . return in three or four
weeks.-' i..-- .< ; ' ' - ��������� "; -J\ '��������� ������������������
- W. 'A/ Russell'; is spending, a few'
days in the city, oh a visit from" Red-
cliffe, Sask.',- where he is, located for
the summer." -""".<"- . ' _ 7,
" A meeting of the,'ladies of the Hospital ' Auxiliary -will/-be held at.the
home-of Mrs./Kelth this' afternoon���������at
3 o'clock.";All are:welcome. 7>'5*a'V*f
;.The-Enderby Tennis'Club'lis'putting-
the court;""-grounds'TUn: shape i\or' the'
season y-_ corner.": of ^Railroad-7a venue
and ; BairdT-Lane/^v /JZ: ~y/: -.Ji-y. fjy
_- ^Mrs.. R. ^Matthews. [returned"'. to' .her
home, iti.-Salmon' Arm.;onXFriday'-Tjaf^
ter spendingTj-a' few^days'7visitirig7reli*:'
tives 'iln7Enderby7-j-V"7i;" T/'c-v jy-'CZZ-^
.Mrs/'.J^.'Sr Grieve,'7'fof-Pemb'r6oke:
Ont:;" arrived 'this :week";'called .tpfthe
bedside of%her"son",^L.--C.^Grieve, who1
is 'lyingill *in.'thel;rCottage'-"Hbspital..,
- *,The77new,. time-table, went' into'effect*
this" week over the Okanagan, branch.
The morning'train'" arrives five min
utes" later," 11.19; - andj the. afternoon
train 35 '-minutes "earlier,--at*16;l9.-*-.'
' ,     * ,      .--..-     i.i
- Enderby-- football - team' had ar joy
ride" to Vernon' on Tuesday7".rand'
played the local"team. "The score",6-1
in Vernon's favor- hardly - indicates
the-run of play, although Enderby|s
team were certainly outclassed .by, the
best team in the Valley. ' ' -' ";
��������� Geo."Lucas" has filed on *an 80^acre
piece of land on the Enderby-Salmon
|--Arm7,road,^near^.Glen=Mar_y,=.and7what
has hitherto been known as the Bradbury place. - Mr. Lucas and family
will ^immediately go onto the homestead and start development work. '
The Enderby Music Store moved into the Bell block this week, exchanging- places with the Northern Okanagan Land Company.     Mr. Crane will
ENDERBY BOYS AGAIN WIN
1 ���������."*
>'������
"Sam MaguireVis-pOne of theroldest-"
and best-natured baseball fans-in the" ,
Interior.1     Some -years ago" when. he ~���������
did-not utilize   so   much ."cloth," to">-v
build_a round-house for, his pant-legs/-
he "used to   play   the   game himself^'-
and "if Sam knows a, baseball* game' is'X ���������
on-he will get "there .to "see it' if.it'^',
takes    all   summer. .    Mr. ^'Maguire< .
came in - from - Salmon Arm - Tuesday*;'-:
afternoon"-to" see the Boy^team'^of .'theX--7'X%
Armband the- Boy" team:5Tof 'Enderby/J'^*;'"-^;'*!
play .the game, - and'h*ev^was'made7.um-;^'yXXi-
"pire.--. It /.was ^an^'interesting^game.V'/.;'-;*^
made-the. more so by. his^quick^and.V 'i/yyz,
ready decisions" -and- fatherly;>d'vice;i"vr/Jf^
y- lJ  i.'. ji-  '. *   ^^     ^ '"----.** ���������*- --> ��������� ���������,������������������*' it.
to,the kiddies/   y-/ - .  -'   <J-y--Z/\"���������:/--��������� '���������>%
-��������� The_ batting order,1 of" the' teams, wasf/'^ -jy;
a"s    follows: *' , Salmonv Arm-rMiller,%J-~ 7X?>
Martinse,";2-Ehtere,;7;Farrow,-'r7Harpe^r,^
Monteith;.* ''J.^i'Camp\^tl.H.CCamp^and;i^-w
Leonard:'j*.-1- Enderby���������Pearson^ .John-^. Z/p&f
son,. BlackyWheel������T,SFaulknej;^rant^:H7j-Ja;J
I^saVaTrG^y^^^uila^-^^^^-^M
scored'
Enderby ? followedf^^
'''InHhe^next^thiw^timM-^
boy s^ retired V iii -' fone^t,wo-three* ord'er/fi?y7-iS I
tZi-*-��������� *&������.���������������.r.5.;������f|
- Ip ���������.....-.���������
In- the. fifth ".another /tally������ was"-added Wi
-.,-. - vo- v������ -ly--- wry jzfiyz'vy.. - t '-���������.'-T^'
to the scorej,-rof^Leach:-; ;In.*',the;- sixth zgj <^.
Enderby"- scoredrVan"^additibValj'fiv^&'j^ifP
and -there stopped^' fln-4the^xtlfjlandi^|^vt|
���������f*.ir-'i ' ,- ���������'f'Z""' -. \ f'-'y^j--.," ".w "pS'"--iio>������ yt~ir~x-iyy,
seventh'^Salmon-Arm. failed ��������� to; make
6Se|
in favor of-the' home- tea'mr V ' Vv-p'-.,
'  The"'feature oK"the ' game "was7'theL,ilii--^;
pitching by "- CHff . Greyell* and ;Elmer p.-1 ~i-r.
Grant7 .Both of these boys'.havejwnat'jjv ,/y
the fans call   good Swings; and^tiiey^r^r,.''!
handle" themselves %well   in -the - bok'.;> i*5/ y
Skookum Antilla behind the bat was ;-/-. 1"- y*
<--i       -     -^ ,?ti.'.j *, 'i-
also there - with   the   goods./ For. a,^yz4'y,
L r- ' t T J       ���������f1    *"   ~ I   J      T*'
mere lad, he handles the mit with a /?������������������%&';
cleverness___which_l_inany_ .^^of7.the big-.y?, :-  y.
team catchers do not show.
^7
open _his .newiplace__of_; busincss_w,ith
one of the new Edison disc machines,
said to be the finest musical reproducer in the world. -��������� -9
Thos. Wilkinson, manager for A.W.
Barnum's Glen Mnry farm, drew thc
papers for the Miller farm, on vthc
road to Salmon Arm, near Enderby.
It is reported that Mr. -Wilkinson's
friends will soon see him build a nest
among the pines, ancl will have somebody to do" the part of hostess.
The river is rising rapidly. The
water is now higher than it has been
in many years. The lowland on 'the
cast end of the bridge is entirely under water. It is said by some that
the high point is about reached.
Others who 'have been in the hills
and have seen the quantity of snow
yet to come down,- look for the water to continue to come up until the
middle of June, if the weather continues hot.
CASH BASIS
From and after    this date, we will
run our business    on-a strictly cash
basis. JAS. McMAHON,
J.   W.   McDONALD.
Enderby, June 5, 1913.
NEW SETTLERS.CLOSE BY
m ' L?
1
This week, on Monday, the Government lands in the railway belt in the
vicinity of Enderby were thrown open
for settlement. There .was a scramble for the   choicest   pieces, particu-
*���������"*** l-i -b ������       *        ar-      -    * < *���������"   SKi.-i.ri
larly-thosc-to be-found~in the-vicin--
ity# of Glen Mary settlement. Eight
filings were made on lands between
what is known as Glen Mary and
Deep Creek. These locations take
up all the vacant land known in. this
vicinity and bordering the Deep Creek
road recently decided upon.by the
Public   Works     Department The
following settlers "secured papers on
land selected   within   the past week, -
in tlie locality referred to:
. A.     E.    Rockwell,    of   Vancouver;
Chas.   Jacks,  Vancouver;    J.   James;;,
Vancouver;  Chas.    Watrous,  Vancouver;   A.  E. Barnum, ' Chicago;" G.  L.
Barney,   Edmonton;    J.    J. Mellock^ ^
Edmonton;  H. Teece, Enderby.
These settlers are enthusiastic over
securing the land,   and intend begin-'
ning operations at    once.      As their;,
locations are all    situated along the
proposed road through Glen* Mary to -'
Deep Creek, the building of this road "
is most   necessary    for the development of   the    homesteads just taken
up.     We understand the Government ���������
engineer   reported    favorably  on  thp -
road in question, and the building of
it now rests with the Runerin+endent
of Roads and the Hon. Price Ellison.- THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 5, 1913  I  s  in the  Railway Belt  ow    Open  to  Settlement  Many  thousands   of   acres  of this land, bench and  lowland, are to found  in the vicinity of  Enderby  ���������������������������.--������������������ .^wJ^f'pW?*  iiiiS''r','t".''^3^i:'W-.''-������������������������������������i*S  Get a map from the Dominion Land Office, Kam-  loops, and you will see  the sections which are  taken up, and those .,  open to Settlement  One of the pleasures of life in this district  V,:' ���������������������������.."���������������������������-'��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������-yV/^-^r^f'-^.'^'-^V-^^v.'^"v-'s-; >>V"' -  -.J,   ,   . .* ������������������'     *--- ^...-', :* Z^W-   i, -s,.     r-\ .-v^-izv    .I.,��������������������������� --  ;: -:-;j,.-g!,<-,i;^,..'*..<!(v-^ v -.   z-j'tfyi ...-.-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.  .  ���������������������������-,-   y-,/i  y>'?>i-~i:^y.y -���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������-. zy^.-^.,-.z  '   ,-p>'r';'-."p O ��������������������������� .';^-'.  ' * ^r-    j- :���������������������������   . ,--V--v-  ; ��������������������������� <���������������������������       -..- 5': '.r->'<-   f.-'yt. ������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������' Vi;"1" -.-       -> ->..  Showing the character of the surrounding-country  The pleasures"of Fishing abound here    *- r - - _ ~  '���������������������������pHERE   is  no   better   opportunity   offering   anywhere than o may be found here, for the settler who is  prepared  to  go on   the land   and  cut out   a home   for   himself   where nature has provided so  much   that   he   may  utilize  for  his benefit.     And   if you do not want to go on to virgin land, there are  :thpusands~of-acn-es=of-=developed-an-d=parti reasonable "rates"  near   Enderby.  ENDERBY, the  Home  Town of the Okanagan h  &  Thursday, June 5, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  !  u  Na-Dru-Co.  White Mint  Tooth Paste  .The most refreshing and serviceable tooth wash on the  market.- Try a tube and you  will at once realize its splendid  qualities/ '      ���������������������������-    ���������������������������   7  /,  <>000<>0-0<>0<jp<>CKO<>00<><>0<>00  A. REEVES  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by tho Walker Press.  Adveitising Rates; Transient, 50c an/inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices: 12<_ a line first insertion; 8e a line  cacti subsequent insertion.  Rcadiuw Notices and Loculs: 15c n line.  Druggist & Stationer .  ciiir st.  Enderby  JUNE 5, 1913  A SORRY PLIGHT  PROFESSIONAL  t  i  G.  L. WILLIAMS  " Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  U  B  I  I'A  >\y.  XX  Wz  m  D  R.;H;,,W. KEITH,  vlt-'  ".       -   Office hours:   Forenoon,'' 9 to 10:30  , - > ' -*1" '  ���������������������������     ���������������������������'   -Afternoon, 3 to 4���������������������������    ���������������������������;-���������������������������-"  '   ,*���������������������������������������������- ^   ]jZ : Evening 6:30 to 7:i">   <   '-, J  ' yo y,~y*~ ���������������������������    --Sunday, by appointment .'  .Office: Cor. Cliff and GeorgeSts." "v ENDEBBVf  ENDERBY-XOTTAGE HOSPITAL'  ,.-\-r.'-C  -���������������������������'_-.' ,y ���������������������������-       ' <' j>:- ������������������������������������������������������,  _., .   . '.  MKS WARWICKrProprietress���������������������������; ,?;;  "'Maternity Fees,* $20 per week--/ ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������ ]\.y~ '���������������������������'-* " ~\~  '. ~ Fees"eoVeringr ordinary illness', $2.50 per day. v%  Zyr _ y - -r/iy'/JV''" lX -ENDERByXbLc/sX-  ^;.^^v^usig%^^v^i  -*ift*  p W.,eHAPMAN;;.>^,.^.r. ,.  ^Visits or receives pupils for Piano, OrtrafiV-Violin,'  J.-, _ Singii? and,Theory���������������������������bf Music, Etc.;,1' ������������������,'-  --'"Courses 'for-the Canadian  or^British'"Academy  . V   "'J'   --.i. -������������������ .'Examinations *-���������������������������'-.'-    ZZ v ,-*  ". _        -������������������ -1    .^i-.1        ������������������.. ".'-.,'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������      -"   ������������������      tP S-P*- --. * ,.*-.     *   r.,-r.  ��������������������������� *.,,      -     -        ���������������������������  t  X' SECRET- SOCIETIES y 7  IX-  t  v.?  "Enderby' Lodg-e '.* Ho.-"40  ^Regular     mcefeing-sj- 'first  -Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. in. jo Odd-  -fellows    Hall.  '    ViStitita  ^brethren coidially invixed.  >*':/��������������������������� -\  H.  E. BLANCHARE  W. M.  .     .1  ������������������    ' WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  In   a   recent   speech   at   Toronto,  Premier   Borden   said    that   it ,was  probable   the   Senate   as at present  constituted had outgrown its usefulness.    It is   now   quite evident that  Premier   Borden   knew   what he-was  talking   about.      .To   get even with  Premier Borden, the   Senate has" put  the knife   into   the   Naval Aid Bill.  jNq doubt to give color, to .the policy  of the Opposition- in the House, and  to lend such   "support "as the. Senate  might give to-the:fight-pu't' up-by,the  Liberals in the House, it was decided  bytthis fossilized'body of"; legislators  that the   Naval-   Aid "Bill should be  "shelved, ��������������������������� and1 .the " Liberal /'senate  promptly - shelved"' it.,   The/ outcome  of the whole affair   is thaf'stny.^prac-r  tical action will prbbably:ibe/ 'delayed  a year, or perhaps   longer,^'andr'that  effective aid - to - the   Imperial vnavy  cannot be given as- soon" as "wasf considered    desirable.      But   it will be'  given. -Canadians   are too loyal'Jto  the Empire ,to permit this .opposition  to put an end-to their desire to pay  back, in a .smalls measure atr least,  to the . Mother.' Country,-v, theC'great  debt 'we .6we7her-"for1 the- protection  she-has- bestowed ungrudgingly'upon  Canada.for"; the" past century"and" a  half. ,.'      ^ -'-'������������������������������������������������������ J-   "^ ���������������������������   yy  How pleasant :it , is to contemplate'  the" position'- Canada,"has'.Veen forced  tS'assume * by ���������������������������> our." antiquated/partisan-  Senate ly ^"Canada ~has 7 been7 brande'd.  a's..a.;"bunch7,'fof", spongefsf������������������^'We\.haye  takeiil readilyjall: the, aid ~ the; Mother  C.ountry:has'been:kind7eribugh'7to:be-  stow,^but.in,the-^ho������������������r;".bf7need.:we7-are.  forced;to turn^a'fdeaf ^earf-tofthVl-e^  quirements ,of-Jbhe ..HbmS' L'an'd^-Wh  ^willgbe ^ thefmora^  atVsVaction?^' As' another ^has^put'Ttf  'Vevery' enemy /bt 7\the\British:vBmpire  will- ,welcome^the/-Sen"ate's1:'actionQs.  proving' "that;, the" ,'boast-k" unity-'oTthe.  tO.O.fF.  ���������������������������Ss^Sf ' - ."*r<a5*ir Eureka Lodge. No. BO  "Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, fri I. O,  O.sF. hall, Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always welcome. ' GEO. BELLAMY. N. C,  HOWARD LOGAN. V. G  -   ���������������������������      - R. E. WHEELER. Soc'y,  :��������������������������� JrBfGAYLO RDrTrcasf=  Vt-  ENDERBY  LODGE  No. 35, K. of P. -  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  JOHN BURNHAM.C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable forConccrts, Dances and all public  . entertainmonts.    For rales, etc, address,. ,.  ���������������������������,   .... T. E. RODIE. Enderby _  POLITICAL  1?NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  -^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, H. M. WALKER  President.   f Secretary.  DOWNHAM &  GILDEMEESTER  A  CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS  ENDERBY, B.C.  Estimates   and' drawings   cheerfully  .   l    -    '������������������������������������������������������   submitted "   '  Furniture made to order  Olf; and Shop in Poison Block  On Gliff Street near George  Empire is .not -; founded on ;anything  substantial. "-,rJt -Vill 77 probably' be-  said"that 'Canada"^"'likes :,tp'deal^in,  theories ,of. Emr������������������ire.J blit dislikes any.  practical.-application;,7of /  responsi-'  bility.'"   '.]-''   7  ������������������������������������������������������-   -���������������������������' '- ,:   ''. ���������������������������  .Here's '.what Mr.;Winston Churchill  saidr in the -British'/-House-of Commons, on March 31st:; "-;     *-"' -  ,'-'The, three proposed;LCanadian warships-were absolutely,required;for the  whole-world defence - of' the British  Empire apart . from England; they  would.play-a -real , part in Imperial  defence,.and if they were not forth;  coming'steps would have to be taken  to^fill-the^gapr^andHhe^strain^oPthe  burden would have to~be,placed upon  others."  During the debate on the Navy Bill  Sir'Wilfrid Laurier peevishly endeavored to make the country believe the  ships were not needed, and called into question the authenticity of this  statement. ' But he had to retreat  from--this -position-when this-message  was read in the Dominion House  from the First Lord of the British  Admiralty: ��������������������������� " .      >  * "I must repeat that the Canadian  ships are' absolutely necessary for .the  whole-world defence 'of the British  Empire from the end of 1915, or from  the beginning of 1916 onwards." -  In the face of these -words from Mr.  Winston Churchill, the Liberals of  the Senate refused to allow, the  Naval Aid Bill to pass. What will  be the result? The admiralty will  have to lay the . ships, and place the  increased load upon the Mother Land  .while Canada" sits by'with hands tied  by the Liberal fossils in the Senate.  What will be',,the effect upon the  public . of- Canada ? For a, little  while, no doubt, thc Liberals "will  glory in having defeated the Borden  bill. They will see only the political  phase of it, and feel that their, leaders have gained a victory over the  Government. But this feeling is as  certain to give place to a deeper  sense of their responsibility to their  country ancl the Empire, and what  for the moment looks like victory  will appear as it really is���������������������������the great  est piece of folly the Liberal leaders  ever have fathered. In their determination to check the forward policy  of the Borden Government, they have  plunged Liberalism into the darkest,  most senseless "position the party has  jumped into since the days of the  construction of thc C. P. R'. They  have been led into a trap, The  country will have to" answer for their  folly. Canada, a bunch of spongers!  Premier Borden has not made any  statement - as to what his next move  will .be. Premier Borden need have  no fear about the future. The Liberal  Senate   has    killed   all chances  t  that party ever   had at the polls for  many years to come.     Had the,- Senate been _ wide   awake it would have  quickly passed   the    Naval  Aid "Bill.  Not to have done, so has placed the  Liberal party in    the worst position  imaginable.       And' they gain nothing  by it.    .The"   object of the Senate in  knifing the bill was to force the Government to.-the- country. ,  But-Premier" Borden has received no-mandate  from .rthe * people V asking   any - such'  thing.. "/On, the'contrary, the country,  wasback of-Premier Borden, when he  adopted closure   'to   cut off the silly  debate on' the./Naval   Aid Bill; and  when/it passed -its,_third   reading in  the House there was a general feeling  of',,relief . throughout   the- country.  The action of the_ Senate has thrown  the whole, "country"   into a feeling- of  disgust���������������������������of   shame."       The - Liberal  Senate ,isv  responsible,    but the Dominion must -suffer the stigma.'  The  obsolete;-gentlemen  ..composing   this  august  -body, "are-- welcome , to any  honor they may.;get- out'of the action  they.'have<- taken. ��������������������������� The   satisfaction  >iil^bV<their's.\and  their's only.-If  at/th'e next" session ' of-Parliament a  redistributiqn//.bill -is/passed and an  ���������������������������appeal .is ������������������made"to the country; there  is/ no/reason Y- to    doubt the ^country  will/defimtely:C'decide what.-is ;to "be  done/not77bnlyj"oabout='* the navy.'but  about���������������������������th"e7-Senate "also!-��������������������������� .*-.'"���������������������������������������������' :'-.?-'  \mr,A*,  >!7  "**...  H  Like Brings Like  The individual who perceives faults [  more readily than virtues will grad- *-,  ually drift into seeing nothing but *'  faults: The eye must be trained to  catch the good. Goodness or God-  ness becomes a part of our make-up  when we focus our thoughts upon the  goodness in others we see about us.  All Nature is in harmony, and we attract the thoughts we hold., God's  "earth is~as it should be. If-it .doe's  not harmonize with our moods? perhaps we should feel, better if. we al-'  tered "our-moods.    '-���������������������������  ''  . " - -    '  \  <iffl**8*  U*>,-'i  m  "r/  r.';P AID; STARVATION-WAGES If.';  T,' - .."i* 1 .^p. tr-i- -1 -j ri -  ^-     ^ J-.r-t---���������������������������-p-^tl  ".That>lYfetho'^  many^cases ^paid; ^starvation^wages',  and-TJeyeri'-at'f that "are^extremely? lucky.  "���������������������������V;i^4^'**''&w'Sil!������������������IiL ��������������������������� " -'���������������������������*������������������r*-'-������������������f'-'r.''W-vi  ���������������������������if"they .obtain !their,.money?when it isv  due;; also.ithat��������������������������� not -a^few"dd7hot're-;  ceive' the^minimum Vage~fiied%y,-the  general/co'nfere'nce,';is''The''infofr'mation,  given"jout--in��������������������������������������������� a report-.prepared by  the ^Toronto ;".-conference/of; 'ministers,  stewards and/church ��������������������������� treasurers.:^,The  standard[Z of -wages has Vnot1, ��������������������������� increased"  in"ratio corresponding to"-the. cost of  living."'lf "One- hundred -, and/ twelve  ministers'in   the   Toronto .conference  received r$19,537 less-than "they would  have, received- if  .the - generaL confer-  ence;minim'um had been paid.   During  one.quarter* qf'1 .thcv-present>year-iin  the confererice7~of Toronto.three\min-"  isters received Jess than .$20 each, 19  less than $100  "each "and 37 less t*Wn  $150-each.     In   other points outside"  the city   of   Toronto"   only 31 ministers, were paid in full.-       -'- '/"  *  .-������������������ - \  Capital,' $16,000,000'  :   -'-     Established 1817 J V        j      -    .'-'-,-"'  77/7.- ���������������������������   -\yX ':->. >-7/.j/ . --.Re8t,;$i6,oo6^od  Hon/President,- Rt. Hon. Lord Stfatficona- and Mount/Royal" G."~'X Ba^Q.*  _- ^ President, R.'B:-Angus, Esq-.-'yice-Presidoi-^'H. V.*Meredith\v   XX  -                                   '���������������������������*/'* *.   ��������������������������� ,       "   - .''-���������������������������    ,'      '      -   I     ' ,1       r ���������������������������  - ���������������������������   ' -. -.      .        S        J.   >r*t -���������������������������  ,<. - -.r ��������������������������� - -    - ,-        ��������������������������� -     ������������������-L   _ ~ K     1���������������������������      -'     '.-.'.    i       -*    "'. rft't - j  i, BRANCHES IN/LONDON, ENG^^NEW/YORK/andf CHICiGO.7-XzZ  SAVINGS ->BANK^DEgARTMENTg:S  ��������������������������� n-,3x<.  'M -N.\t*v.'.  ,-^ _ ,k* J,Tp*'t'LtV-,^J.i rjv^-J oN-I'- E* -^ ^.V  r%, .-ir -,^.-^1.1   i^- -, -,~jl'- *��������������������������� t*. \z^.~  ���������������������������r/'j-M  .;��������������������������� ������������������/ ^"~*  i��������������������������� Zr if, ���������������������������������������������. ,  /���������������������������'lt ij&i  &JZ. /^  "H-?"'*2 V.K  'Vv^_' V-, V "J^. _  '���������������������������'W '-.f?{*l  ��������������������������� v Hi ti&'yi I  J    W&.L*. -.l*-3  I  fi^&is^jipit  ���������������������������f---'z,%"i^a  ,������������������ mp7|  '-^"i -'j --v- y.r-- --.���������������������������ir������������������.'.������������������������������������������������������ *f y-~y^v'Vr',i?-'yy^<:&  ��������������������������� y.--> -1--H. y .r-r    -_v -iz, ^i^rr^r-^z.^y . -^tl. ���������������������������yi~&,^^'*>tyri'rt&'^yiy.---^/rz-.y---*:- ���������������������������������������������  y^T^y ..-.i,-, j.* ^9    ;��������������������������� ������������������.i. I 41> ,r y-r.t    ������������������J^\-, -yf$&.~ry ^ ^^ t-A',Z���������������������������yxZ^S?iAii-V^i-r3<J  7 ;��������������������������� /^off; his feet nV;cam'e^here^"aiid l-i^'d^^!^^'^J$^S^i^  :vr/fin^1t^bnck''hdtelsyin5.the^  .. v; Paddy,is an Irishman..from Michigan,-he'Gialls msj^^^/l^g  :    hotehtheKinff"Edward: / In: addition to therex-"    --! i���������������������������-  ������������������������������������������������������/���������������������������������������������->'.���������������������������  yj" \  ���������������������������OF   CANADA  P������������������W-npCapital.RrserveFGnd CO 07*5 AAA  "and Undivided Prollls (Oyer) vOfO J U,VWV-  Total Aasete (Over)   $69,000,000  Financial Prestige  Tliere is a definite and desirable  standing readily' accorded to the  man wlio maintains a strong  banking connection and makes  good use of ���������������������������it. In fact, by simply  opening a Checking Account and  making all payments by Cheque,  you gain the respect - and confidence of business men. Morever,  this is the safest and most con-  venieut.way to make all payments.  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager.  King EdwardHotei, p^o^kphy  Enderby  --vtvv,s  ^ ���������������������������-   ������������������._.L      V,  ^tx upybur Hbuse, BaM  -(���������������������������.���������������������������.���������������������������w-a^   1  and Outbuilding's  Here are   somo   specials in lumber while they last : ,   ��������������������������� *  No. 2, 2x4 - - . "-. $13X)Q  ��������������������������� 4, Drop Siding - - 10.00  7, 2"Lath - r-z--- per thousand ^2700  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.rby  ������������������  /to"?;;  -  r\ ** \j- *V v  NOTICE  The Okanagan Telephone rCompany  will not be responsible for the payment of any account unless same is  accompanied by orders covering each  article or piece of work done from  the Manager of that Company.  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; ;  ������������������ an acre of raspberries; small frame house    containing four rooms; ��������������������������� '.  stable, chicken house and other buildings;'one   team of horses, two  -  ~ :-  cows, wagon, harness, cultivato   and other farm   implements.   , The.;   " '  whole as a going concern;';,$4,000l on terms. '       ��������������������������� .     ������������������������������������������������������-'* ���������������������������/    'y  85 acres with 6-roomed house; 12 acres cleared; good'   garden;  some; fruit; \  trees; good water; all good land; 2\  miles from   Enderby; price,  $65^������������������",-  .    .  per acre. ��������������������������� k    ' ��������������������������� vhX''    '"  1 ~ ��������������������������� '1 J\i., "���������������������������  Get one of my new printed lists.   They are free, and   are full of valuable:,'r/%  information. / ���������������������������, '   jf. -.-   "-  Sole agent for Riverdale Subdivision. '"^X/'   ""  H. W. Harvey  Agent ^J.   '  Real Estate Broker. Fire and Life Insurance.  Post Office Block, Enderby THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 5, 1913  i   rrrflTTii|ii umii    u i humn  e  th  I  s  N  Railway Belt  ow    Open  to  Settlement  Many  thousands   of   acres  of this land, bench and  lowland, are to found  in the vicinity of  Enderby  Get a map from the Dominion Land Office, Kam-  'i  loops, and you will see  , the sections which are  taken up, and th������������������ose  "���������������������������  open to Settle-   ,  ment  One of the pleasures of life in this district  '-  ���������������������������'5V.*C  ",-v~r-  /*r  :���������������������������>  s  ,yi  r*rL   -  " *fr~  11 -vzv**  TO-  v.-  ^           I   w  .v -> r  ..  ���������������������������i:';  ' S  " C  " i  '*   ���������������������������'  ,$&?���������������������������  %\                 -'  '.   .'      -  v- '  X  *". ~'(  ���������������������������".i* "*  V,'  - -  J.  "   t     * *  T->   .  -\  ' -  j  ./ '* ^  *������������������n*       *  ���������������������������i^;,^1  ���������������������������   "     s  "'>.    -  "Jl  *  X'  '.  '-**���������������������������  y.. -.  \'  .. /'"  *_. V  \'~'l .  ��������������������������� -i  v --f  \-i- T     "'V  , .1 s \   ,"  .;:'.-.-'.^.-<-^--..w.-f@  *r- -7V-V--&S4*  >*S?ip^K?*?a������������������ia������������������S5rw<aii.r"-: >'    '-!&?��������������������������� CHS" :' - '-^''-S: -.  Showing the character of the surrounding- country  ' )  ,  )  i  )  \:  .- ���������������������������  I  ��������������������������� I  .    The pleasures of Fishing abound here     '  JHERE   .,  no   better   opportunity   offering  anywhere than may be found here; for the settler who is  prepared to go on   the land   and cut out   a home   for   himself   where nature has provided so  much   that   he   may utilize for his benefit.     And   if you do not want to go. on" to virgin land, there are  .thousands=of=ac-r-es^f=developed^n-d=pa--r.ly������������������d-ewloWdnard^giIh can be bought at. very reasonable rates  near , Enderby.'  ENDERBY, the  Home Town of the Okanagan  I o  W  i/  -  \  _-_  y  [ ���������������������������" ������������������**  *  1*     "  ���������������������������X  t  i  -  ���������������������������  "-1  fi.  -_  J"  11 -  ..  z  -  %  V-  '  tf  P  Thursday, June 5, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Swimmjng Against  =the Stream =  Is Ilk* trying to do a successful  business without advertising.  And it is not ox-pensive to gain  desirable publicity by the uae of  printers' ink. Our Classified  Want Ads. cost little and aro  road by nearly everyone.  Try them as a system tonlo,  for your business.  m_wmmm  YKARS AGO people used te  make themselves he������������������r4 by  shouting from the house tops.  ���������������������������f you tried that t<i.day yen  would probably hive to appear  before m commission in insanity.  NOW-A-DAYi the bu^NVM  man uses our Want Ads.  The Key to the  Situation  If you ere looking for a situation  a Classified Want Ad. Is the key  which will unlock the door to the  private office of the business njan.  He is too busy to Interview all  promiscuous callers, but you can  oatch his attention and secure  ah.appointment by a "Situation  Wanted" ad.  LUBRICATE  The Wheels of Business  Our Classified Want Ads. furnish a  lubricant that is good for any kind of  business machinery  Do you want an employer or an em  ployee. Have you something lo sell or is  there something you wish to buy ?  No matter how large or how small  ,>our business is. Condensed Ads. will im  prove it���������������������������OilupT'  C's-toi* iwiirl ������������������ N������������������c������������������f������������������r  V  Dollar Doublers  ���������������������������A FORTUNE IN IT  If you could place an ad in the  Moon millions of people would read it.  Even then it Would only be valuable  . a few nights each month, whereaVaJ  Want Ad in this paper*while mores  limited in its scope will coyer this -' -  -particular locality every day in the".  Money mako Money  for imnty wm work white yoii  fHw If toMd at f������������������mi Inttrtst,  w# yw etn find f ������������������f������������������ arid tatls- -  Itettry kfrrowtn by placing a  mwwytt-toan *. la tin- Cltttl-  Jul Want cm\mm%. A first  atriuM It at taft at a tank  Mai fit (nttrtst It twict ttblg.  leatHoT and  will save yea  email oeet by  deer what  It mt  .borrower for  ���������������������������HMon or a  . A meet  ���������������������������anslve proof  ���������������������������Want Ad.  *W|fVl^lsd Ml If I 11 Um\  Want Ads. are  In shoe  energy they  times their  bringing- te your  whether  a desirable  ig and law  be te try a  :"���������������������������>  yzz  fr V Ji-fi  ii - '&  W -���������������������������' yV  "  ������������������������������������������������������ smW vrr*,      *  , *' ���������������������������"   *"*  *   t.   Z-  ���������������������������f y  ffis^iLSl"-  "Vessels' Large Mar  Venture More, but  Little Ships Must Stay  Near Shore.'!    -, -_ ��������������������������� 7    *-"_  The largo display ads. aro good' ,-  for the,large business'and the T'V,  Classified Want Adsf'aro propor- /i  tioaately.goed fee the small firm.. ";  In fact many large Arms bcctmtf -  ���������������������������uch^brf the dUigent uso of the Jj  Classified Columns.   There  o������������������-7  "aesple is good-start new. ' -~"'  ftMiK>U< WI mm % V MfCw* <  syy XzXm^^ ^hp:would.^' %7X7X,  ;vV ;:;;rbe^glad to get the������������������������������������������������������ very*ithings, you ,haVe:tired^f/&^ant lo"! V  ^H  -^':;/X get:rid;of; ; The^ wa^tto find: out is  to^B\^RTISE:'7 U6t:yr~ ���������������������������"&;;  XyX-X  the;public - know. ;- Maybe   you   -want-^tb'-sell-"a-'piece of..,,    :  :    property, a piece of furniture, house and lot,  or' want,to. rent   "'"':  > ,,.   a-place.    Perhaps ,you  want   to find steady'employment, or/-  want a steady man or woman ^to help you.   Advertisements    '---  -    -    of this nature are inserted-in the-^Press at three Scents. a~ word    "  first insertion, one   cent a   word.each-subsequent   insertion    "-  3"iZ  C-4     '  el  y   ;:    ^���������������������������    c  . w ^frrz.^r~-^.'   i*%: -"--ft     iIlPZ.-.  Taking on the Pilot  Our dassmed WaM adi will  pilot the ship of business to the '  saf* harbor" of commerclarproe*  parity.  Pooplo read the ", Articles,  2        \,r"   A*t^ *������������������J1  -J> T    j-j[       rt  Oft     ^  ,47%^������������������  '    **"   .V^i -4'l  ���������������������������4^ >!?-?  ���������������������������iJ/tt% J"X  "M. \jvtiil  -   V >^   *  ^ t ^ .y>i\  J?$^ ^  ������������������������������������������������������   ^������������������Jhst\  '_ Ci/ill  GIV-E  r^msn  A MIS-HIT  Did you make a mis-hit  the time you employed the  last " help."  Don't worry. There are  lots of good fish in the sea,  and a sure bait to catch them  is a Want Ad.  AllflllM Wlfl V *,cn,  'ur't~-'Z$i  ���������������������������  -^"CMiz/sM  - y*.  ���������������������������%tj3?P  -if? I  *f:^*n^4  -il   **     .w-fT I  sy "r y*  j* *���������������������������*#*,  I ^r AJTW.  JJ  rsfi*^  _ t *- zzys, i  -    > t  ,   , ��������������������������� ���������������������������'���������������������������'*-���������������������������'iXi.JM  A SQUARE PE<  in a Round Hole  You may bt alright, but if  you are in thc wrong position  you are like a square peg in a  round hole. Vou want a position where you fit.  This paper is read by intelligent business men, and a  Want Ad. in our classified  columns will reach them.  ���������������������������t   ^MinHLHtof       ijwKiB; *���������������������������  Ml  Getting into the Home  Women buy more than  two-thirds the merchandise sold in retail stores  and every woman reads  the Classified Want Ads.  Our paper goes into the  homes and the Want  Ads. will reach the  Spenders. '  V    i  0OTVM4 !������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������rt~t.  1  INTHE RACE FOR BUSINESS  The gentleman on the tortoise  represents the man, who does not  advertise���������������������������the one who tries to do  business as.it was done in thc days  of the tallow candle or the oil lamp.  Are you in the glare of the electric light���������������������������in the automobile of  Modern Methods?  Our Want Ads. are high voltage  batteries," whether you want light  or power���������������������������business publicity or  ' competent help  Landlord's Laugh  He has no more use for his  "To Let" sign.  He used our Classified Want  Ads. and found a good tenant.  Attracts Attention  CUaalfied Went Ada. era always  noticed. They arm reed with  Interest by intelligent people  who ara on the look-out for  favorable opportunities to All  their requirements. Whether  row business be lartfe or small  the Classified Want Columns  will help you.  ,jt  i~L  Find the Finder  If you found * purse your flr������������������t  Impulse would be to look in the  " Lost and Found '\ columns o'f  our paper.  If you have lost a pVrse .tfbn't  you think the finder would do the  samo.  If you wish to find the finder  use our Classified Want Ads.  \ EgSBgggsaES^"*^^ THE ENDERBY PKESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 5, 1913  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  Interesting Talk by Mr. Ashby and  Mr. Walker on Animal Husbandry  A meeting of the Farmer's Institute was advertised to he held in K.  of P. hall last Saturday evening at 8  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawn; o'clock, to hear Mr   R. 0. Ashby ancl  vases,  peer   blocks,    chimney  blocks  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  Enderby, B. C.  E. J. Mack  Jivery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.     ,   I  Good Rigs;   Careful Driv- |  ers; Draying of all kinds.      |  Comfortable and Commo- |  dious Stabling for teams.    ' *  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  ������������������<������������������3x*'Hxe*<SxSx'������������������><S^^  Mr. IT. E. Walker, speakers sent out  by the Department of Agriculture,  thc former to speak on "Animal  Husbandry," and thc latter on "Cow  Testing." The meeting was poorly  attended, and it resolved itself into  an informal talk, the speakers giving  much very valuable information in  their replies to questions asked.  Tn thc course of the conversation  Mr. Ashby was asked what position  the stockmen of Washington and Oregon and the western states generally  were taking to place upon the market j cleannS of the land-  a' greater    supply   of beef cattle and '   The greatest-   difliculty  to subsist on any one straight diet.  Any one should know enough to  give a balanced ration, and the condition of thc animal should indicate  whether the ration was sullicient.  When it comes to heavy work, it is  always well to feed the more condensed food and lighten up on the  bulky.  In the matter of breeding, it was  pointed out that many excellent results had been secured at 2-years-old.'  Mr. Ashby strongly urged tlie putting of sheep or goats upon the log-  ged-ofT-lands. They develop well on  the forage   and ' help greatly in thc  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  W1  "E are determined to give the people of  Enderby and District the best quality of  Household Furnishing on the market, at live-  and-let-live   prices,   and   solicit  your  patronage.  Come in and examine our stock of high-class furniture  iDedsprings, mattresses, carpets, matting, etc.    We  will be pleased to show them.  FURNITURE DEALERS,  ENDERBY, B.C.  UNDERTAKERS  CABINET    MAKER.  UPHOLSTERERS  Anvone sending a Bketoh nnd description may  - .illicitly ascertain our opinion free ivliouior nn  Invention is probably pntontiiblo.   Coimmiiilon.  -  lionsHi-lcUyconiMcntliil. HANDBOOK oiif'nionts  sent freo. Oldest Ttiioncy forsecuriiii,;piitonis.  Pnicnts taken through Muuu & Co. receive  special no������������������t������������������,-tvlf bout chnrco, in ths  -' Scientific ifwrlcait.  A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any siU-niim: journal. Ierms ior  Canada. S'J.75 a year, postage piepaitl. bold by  all newsdealers.  _..fi S Co.3G1Broadway- New York  "brunch onico, C25 F St.. Wasliinuton, D. 0.  sheep and hogs. It was pointed out  that the price of meats had been  very high for so long a time, and  the question was asked if indications  pointed to a continuance of the high  'prices.  Mr. Ashby is professor in animal  husbandry in the Washington state  agricultural college, and is in close  touch with stock conditions throughout the West. His answer to thc  enquiry was therefore significant.  He said it was the general opinion  of stockmen that the period of high  prices in beef cattle had reached its  limijt, 'and the tendency of prices  in future would be downward, though  there would always he a ready market for good animal's. There had  been a   big   increase   in recent years  in the number of cattle raised, and jlnIested districts are fighting for the  soon the supply would be in excess of | vejy oxistence of their "year's har-  the,local demand. IvesL 'In New Mexico the army is re-  stork- '  most swine  breeders encounter is in" the dampness  of the pig sty. Young pigs require  a dry range, and yet in the warm  weather there-is nothing more beneficial than a mud hole' for them to  wallow in. The hog will suffer more  than any other animal from the hot  sunshine. It has no sweat-glands  through, which nature is assisted in  relieving the pressure.  The lack of mineral salts in the  water was given as a too frequent  cause of the death of the foetus.  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  GRASSHOPPERS  MOVING  New Mexico and parts of California  A,  are invaded by vast armies of grasshoppers,  and the   inhabitants  of the  You will find us in the BELL BLOCK BUILDING,  up against Bob Peel and the Drug' Store. No room  lo grow in our old stand, and we are going to open up  with one of the new EDISON'DISK-MACHINES!  Come and hear it ! -They claim it to be the best-musical  instrument in the world.  Camp  ers and  Eieasure  Mr. Ashby was asked if the  men of the western states were unti  cipating supplying the market of the  Canadian Northwest with beef cattle.  He replied l-h^t Onnnda and Mexico  offered the only market where thcy  could dispose of the "surplus stock,  and the stockmen were" preparing to  ������������������;et into the market, not only with  beef cattle, sheep and hogs, but also  .with their registered dairy herds.  : Mr. Ashby pointed out the many  leaks which every stockman and the  owner of every dairy herd must  guard against if thc industry were  to be made a financial success. The  average dairy cow produced 150  pounds of butter per season, he said,  and yet, it has been proven that-th"  cow producing less than 300 pounds  per season is a losing proposition for  the owner. It does not pay to kcep  her.  In the matter of testing, Mr.  Walker said the    idea   some people have  that one .test   is    sufficient to arrive |  at a conclusion as   to the quality of  ,a cow's milk   is    entirely erroneous,  j Nothing of any    value can be shown  j by a single test.     To arrive at any  safe conclusion as to the value of the  ported to be 20. miles long and four  miles dpep, "and.the grasshoppers are  literally stripping the country in  their path. They are moving westward across, the central part of the  state at the rate of a mile a day.  _ In California z- organized-efforts, are  being made to .overcome the invaders  by the use "of.. every conceivable appliance .that ingenuity can bring out.  ENDERBY   XIUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE;  Ag< nt also for Church and Parlor Organs  Als' Fi :e and Life Insurance  Offi &in-brick block opp. The Walker Press.  Enderby Agent  I am inaugurating a regular service for the summer-months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sunday morning, or as otherwise required, from Cottonwood Point to  the .Mill Warehouse, furnishing my  gasoline launch or row boats as may  be desired, by the trip, hour, day,  week- or - month, - to - all- lhe-fishing,  places on the lake und the camping  grounds. Prices reasonable for good  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both  -.vays  from  Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South  North  bound  STATIONS  bound  read down  read up  10.20  (Lv;  Sisamous  Jc  t   (Ar)  17.35  J0.nl  Mara  16.50  11.05  Grindrod  16.3-1  Jl.19  Enderby  1G.19  11.45  Armstrong  15.50  11.53  Realm  15,42  12.03  Larkin  15.30  12.30  ���������������������������    Vernon  15.05  12.50 (Ar)  Ok. Landing  (Lv)  14.50  H. W. BRODIE            JNO.BURNHAM  Gen. Pas.  Agt.  Agent  Vancouver  Enderby  ���������������������������tfTJ 1 cow-S--Illilk -tho fqgi'g- mngf���������������������������be��������������������������� T1 rrirwl.  on during thc entire lactal period.  The milk must bc weighed, and a  sample taken two or three days in  every month during thc milking season, and the result of all these tests  is aggregated and the outcome taken  as tho real value of thc cow's milk  to the owner. The one-cow man has  noneed of lhr_ tost, lie should he  able to tell from actual results just  what value thc cow is to him. Only  when one gets into the herd are  tesls actually required. A properly  tested herd is one of the biggest assets a dairyman or breeder can have.  Instances were recited where breeders  with a herd valued at 5150,000 acknowledged readily that fully three-  fourths of this value was due to the  registry of thc herd.  Both gentlemen strongly recommended the milking machine for  herds of 20 cows and over. The  newest type was that put out by lhc  Sharpie people, but. there were other  makes which were recommended as  good as thc othor.  Theso gentlemen recommended a  combination of dairying and alfalfa  raising as thc most profitable branch  of the agricultural industry, into  which, of course, would be woven  the raising of pigs, as one falls so  readily and profitably into the development of thc other. Tt should be  remembered that it is alfalfa for  swine every time, and skimmed milk  for the young pigs.  Tt was pointed out that it wns injurious to horses to give them an  excess of alfalfa, just as it might be  to anything else to force thc animal  PITTING  It is fitting to:add in this connection a few words ' in appreciation of  the great interest ..which -Mr. Martin  Burrell, member for Yale ancl Minister of Agriculture, has taken in  everything pertaining to "every part  of the Province All persons, who  have had any business with the Government, will unite " in saying that  Mr. Burrell"is always courtesy itself,  and that he is ever ready to do anything in his power to assist them" in  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE. AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE        ���������������������������' '    '"  f. Fruit Land Hny Land  ' Town Lots  The Liverpool & London-& Globe Ins.- Co.'-     '  Thc Phoenix Insurance Co. of London." '-   ���������������������������'->  -'  L>ndon-Liinc:i9hire Fire-Insurance" Co'.-fX -���������������������������'-  Koyal InsuranceCo.,of Liverpool (Li fed op C"  The London & Lancashire Guarantee    Z -yl.1  Accidont Co., of Canada.' -r ,yz *,- '-'  BELL BLOCK,    ENDERBY -���������������������������"ft;    '  NOTICE  .-NOTICE is hereby given that  meetings of the Provincial Agri-  promoting every  reasonable case.  As  cultural Commission  will be held  Minister of   the   Crown in  charge of'  an important department Mr. Burrell'  has   won   hearty   approval    from1 all  parts   of   the    Dominion. ��������������������������� Victoria  f GolonistT ~T  at the following places:���������������������������  Salmon Arm���������������������������May 2716/10 a. -m.  Enderby���������������������������May 2816,11:30 a.m.  - Cypress- or ~Burning "Bush;"for  summer and fall effects. Vicks  Asters, as advertised last week.  Lobelia and Pyre thrum for edging.  Velvet Trumpets and Star of the  Veldt, for those hot sunny places.  A few thousand good big Celery  Plants cheap to white truck  growers. Phone 111  Alwyne Buckley  ARMSTRONG  LADIES!  In the past it has been the hardest  thing to get enough Flowers,  Whether for Wedding Bouquets,  Dinner Favors, .Sprays and Bouquets for dances, Cut Flowers for  Afternoon Teas and At Home  clays, or Presentation Bouquets  for concerts, etc. Realizing this,  I have decided to supply this deficiency myself, and am now in a  position to take orders for any of  the  above   at   moderate   prices.  ELSIE MARY BUCKLEY  Tlie Greenhouses ARMSTRONG  Armstrong���������������������������May 29th, 10 a. m.  Vernon���������������������������May 30th and 31st, 10 a. m.  Kelowna���������������������������June 2nd and 3rd, 10 a. m.  Summerland���������������������������June 4th, 10 a. m.  Penticton���������������������������June 5th, 10 a. m.  Keremeos���������������������������June 6tli, 11 a.m.  _ Roch_CrGek---June_7th,_9.30 a.m   Midway-June 7th, 2.30 p.m.  Grand Forks-June 9tli, 2.30 p.m.  The Commission will hear evidence on all matters affecting  agricultural conditions in the  I-ro vince. All persons interested  ai e invited to be present.  W. H. Hayward, M.L.A.  Chairman.  C. B. Christensen, Secretary.  Norman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and all factory work. Rubberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY'SIZE  We represent S. C.  SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell  Street Enderby..  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS^  ���������������������������.  Coal mining rights of t!he Dominion-  in Manitoba,   "Saskatchewan, and A1--  berta.; "the - Yukon     Territory,".;thi-'-..  Northwest_ Territories and a" portion'"!  of the province _of British 'Columbia,  may be-leased for a term of twenty-  one years^at an   annual, rental of-$l  an acre.     Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to ono applicant.    ���������������������������._  Application    for   a   lease must bev  made by the   applicant in person .to    .  the Agent'_or_ sub-Agent of the dis-   >  trict -in which rights" applied for are  situated..  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall- be staked out by the applicant himself."  Each   application   must he accon*-  panied by a fee   for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are....  aot���������������������������availabler" but~not"othcrwiso. "A���������������������������  royalty   shall   be paid   on    the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  .  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for   the   full quantity  ot  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon.     If the coal mining  rights are   not   being operated, such"'  returns should   be .furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the 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 be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W, CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  WHY NOT BUY  YOUR SETTING  HOME ?  EGGS AT  Pen 3 layinprstrain, pedigreed and bred foi-24 yearn  for egics alone, 15,000: Mothers of the contest  pullets now at Victoria. Pen <!, ten pulletrs, full  Bisters to pen in contest, $<1.00 ]ier sot. Pen 5,  ordinary, J2,00pcr setting. Order early, irquiriea  cominir by every mail.  H. E. WABY, ENDERBY, 13. C.  //  -ir -  .a  4  t%\ Thursday, June 5, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  1  I  IT  I',     V  , )   . -  -\  Lv  cc -;'  '-* "tlt���������������������������  j-i   -  -  rv ^  1. 7 "*-* J  It,   --' -  i    *'  Swimming Against  =the Stream ='  Is liko trying to do ��������������������������� successful  business without advertising.  And it is not expensive to gain  desirable publicity by tho uso of  printers' ink. Our Classified  .Want Ads. cost littlo and are  road by nearly everyone.  Try them aa a system tonlo  for your buslnoss.  FA FORTUNE IN IT  If you could place an ad in the  Moon millions of people would read it.  Even then it would only be valuable  a few nights each month, whereas a  Want Ad in this paper while more  limited in its,scope will cover this  particular,locality every day'in the  year. .   ~"  HimM ��������������������������������������������� *r ��������������������������� ������������������ MM|  'A  ,'-s  Money m������������������kt$ Money  V������������������ur mtwty wW wertc whHe you  ���������������������������Imp If kMHiitf at |������������������w������������������ Interest,  ���������������������������nd you can find taft ami aatla-  a^^^~^e^_^_,_������������������,    ^^^^^^^^^*^^^^^2^^    <^aa\o    Bam^*^4e^^Aaa    aw.  ncwy aofrfWoTi oy pwcwg a  RNHNV-ta-loan ai In anr Ctanl-  Had want cilnnwt.   A flrat  ww pit uniftti iv iwict ft tuf*  A MIS-HIT  Did you. make a mis-hit  the Jin*i_e_you_ employed the  last "help."     V  " ~ ,  Don't worry. There are  lots of good fish in the sea,  and a sure bait to catch them  is a Want Ad.  j������������������r>ttkM Mlrl ��������������������������� ������������������!<!���������������������������������������������������������������������������������>  Getting into the Home  Women buy more than  two^thirda tlie merchandise sold in retail stores  and evdry woman reads  the Classified Want Ads.  Our paper goes Into the  homes and the Want  Ads. will reach the  Spenders.  YEARS AGO people used te  make themselves 'heard by  shouting from the house top*.  If you tried that to-day row  would probably have to appear  before a commission in Insanity.  NOW-A-DAY5 the business  man uses our Want Ads.  The Key to the  Situation  If you are looking- for a situation  a Classified Want Ad. Is the key  which will unlock the door to the  private oflice of tho business man.  He Is too busy to Interview all  promiscuous callers, but you can  eatch his attention and secure  aih appointment by ��������������������������� "Situation  Wanted" ad.  m  LUBRICATE  The Wheels of Business  Our Classified Want Ads furnish a  lubricant thai is ������������������ood for any lind of  business machinery     '  Do-)ou want an employer or an em  ployec Have >ou something to sell or is  there something you wish to buy?  No matter how" large or how small  your business is. Condensed Ads will im  prove it���������������������������Orl up  -nt ri������������������������������������la������������������ IMt b. ��������������������������� W  U.C.r������������������f  ( ���������������������������     _r  "     ft  : No doubt you-have>rmany, things 'about the "place;that you  : "do* not" want���������������������������have* not further V/usejfor.. .Perhaps -there?? <re,  .   ,      j            _ \ ' ' ���������������������������>       ~ -      _ , ���������������������������       ���������������������������. '���������������������������-   __     ,.     ,.      ri    , -  -,    -*1 ,*���������������������������* -, * '-���������������������������-���������������������������'     :*-~-     -,   -*" r   i.   , , ���������������������������  . i .if-,,.}      _i        - ,<- .     ���������������������������'4 '.-   ��������������������������� 'V ������������������ ���������������������������  a many people right around wbu���������������������������your; neighbours, .who-, would.  be glad to getjthe very things you   have tired of, orl want to,  :get rid of.. ^The'way to.find-out' is   to:.; ADVERTISE:;. ^Uet  1 the public   knowr ^:Mayb'e- ybii- waht^to rsell -a -piece of  property, a piece ,of furniture,. house Jand lot, ��������������������������� or want tp rent  . a-���������������������������place.    Perhaps y6u^ want   to / find  steady ��������������������������� employment, or  want'1 a steady man or woman tp, help you.   Advertisements.  v oOhis nature-are inserted in'the  Press at .three  cents a word  ' first insertion, one   cent" a   word each   subsequent   insertion  y. y J-  uy &  y y  GIVE    IT    A    TRIAL!  Dollar Doublers  Our daaaMM WaM Ads. aro  real doHer <safc<iri. In shoe  leather and noi^ses snersy they  will save you smmm thmee their  email ooet by b������������������bis;lna: te your  door -what  It  borrower for  - srtlon or a  . A most  ���������������������������anslve proof  Want Ad.  chj������������������*i iit������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ai  whether  a desirable  cash, a pe-  g and loex-  bo to try a  " Vessels Large'. May  Venture More., but  Little Ships Must Stay  Near Shore." '  The large diopter ads. are good'  foi; the large business and s the  ClassiAed Want Ads. are proportionately good foe the small flrm%  In fact many large Arms became  such by the diligent use of the  Xlassified Columns. There' ���������������������������*- '  -ample is good-start aow. '?  y - ���������������������������'        "���������������������������'  --   < -��������������������������������������������� f  "   , ���������������������������. ���������������������������  Takiii^t^ttfiPIUft?  -rr'-Our Clese������������������������������������edWaM Ads. will;  pilot tho .sMp of buslnsss.teethe,-  safe harbor of ieommerclal proo-r  pertty. People road the "Articles;  for Sale r'ads." If. you tiavo some-'  thlnftotollte������������������them.ab^utIt. tS  - '''iOi������������������������������������J1ds^,'inaoblno*V'^ri������������������i''lV  .Toronto baa bum up Ha business  by uswtft Olaaomod Want Ads: ok"  A SQUARE PEG  in a Round Hole  You may be alright, but if  you are in the wrong: position  you are like a square peg in1 a  -round-hole.���������������������������You want a po- -  sition where you fit.  This paper is read by intelligent business men, and a  Want Ad. in our classified  columns will reach them.  ���������������������������aafVbjbieJ IMf mt M  ������������������  ������������������*C*r������������������f  /  INTHE RACE FOR BUSINESS  The gentleman' on the tortoise  .represents the man who does not  advertise���������������������������the one who tries'to do  business as it was done in the days.W  of the tallow candlc.or the oil lamp. Vi  Are you in the glare of the elec- ill  trie light���������������������������in the automobile" of Ifl  Modern Methods?  Our Want Ads. are high voltage  batteries, whether you want light  or  power���������������������������business publicity or M  i competent help  onmtiw im t>������������������ w urcis,  at  L������������������V>  r.        >������������������/-  Landlord's Laugh  He has no more use for his  "To Let" sign.  He used our Classified Want  Ads. and found a good tenant.  Attracts Attention  Classified Want Ads. are always  noticed. They are read .with  interest Jby intelligent people  who are on the look-out for  favorable opportunities to All  their requirements. Whether  your business be large or small  the Classified Want Columns  will help you.  Crn<M* iir fepj ���������������������������. ������������������ liMST.r  Find the Finder  If you found a purse your first  -Impulse would be to look.In tha  " Lost and Found " columns of  our paper.  If you havo lost a pOrse dftn't  you think the finder would do tho  aamo.  If you wish to find tho finder  use our Classified Want Ada.  Cwriffcu* IMljIWI  ppgagaa^h.������������������v ������������������������������������������������������ ^ailWm--. -msiouX'a->^-,^..-9  Xr777:Xsl  >-ii,   ir-   -     ,/  \-i     i t   -?-.-,  ��������������������������� v.   ,r. 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T-**t   M i-Hrm>*i    t"    .VnFi I /  I  M  THE ENDERBY PRESS &ND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 5, 1913  Laces and Embroideries  Ladies  of  Enderby:  You will be delighted with the large range,  fine selection, and extra quality of the goods  showing in our Lace and Embroidery Dept.  Come in this week and make your selection!  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B. C.  UP to and including June 31st, we will allow a special  advance subscription Tate of $1.50 per year to all  subscribers who bring any arrears up to date, and pay for  the year in advance.  . All arrears must be paid at the regular rate of $2.00  per year; the $1.50 rate applying only on the advance  year subscription. Don't delay. Act now. You will save  50 cents. Any subscriber paid up may advance his or her  subscription one year from date of expiry at the $1.50 rate.  THE    WALKER    PRESS  Enderby, B. C.  City Gouncil Concludes to Go a  Little Easy Until Money is Easier  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 Type-  ' writer .that leadsall other in-the number of sales.  It should, be in every-home where there are  growing boys and girls; familiarity with its use  will   make, them  business  men   and  women  i ** -  -  For  Information, apply to '  The Walker Press      Enderby, B.C.  A.C.KNTS  *WsWJt!^.lA* tWajVS  An  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt-edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  - which appeal to the intelligent Investor, and we   intend   to put on an ei-  tensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon   as   we  complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries.     We will  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO  *>/,}  ^-M  **** ~������������������-^-  MOFFET^  BEST  COLUMBIA  O  LIMITED.  ^  ENDERBYB.C  BEST  A meeting of the City Council was  held Monday evening, Mayor Ruttan  in the chair, and Aldermen Blanchard-  Worthington, Grant and Teece present. The business of the evening  was largely cleaning up the table of  that partly put through.  A general discussion followed the  reading of the minutes of the last  regular meeting, on the question of  local .improvement work this year.  Mayor Ruttan stated that in view of  the stringency of money, and the  high price it was necessary to pay  for money for public improvements,  he did not feel disposed to go into  any extensive work, still he would  like to see some progress made this  season in street work, even if it was  restricted to' $6,000 ofJS.OOO. I-Ie  would like to hear what the other  members considered the right thing  to do.  It seemed to be the opinion of all  the Aldermen that a policy of retrenchment should be adopted, especially in view of the heavy increase  in taxes owing to the increased demands made upon the ratepayers in  connection with the erection of the  new school. It was pointed out that-  of every dollar of taxes paid, sixty  cents went to school maintenance.  In view of this it was deemed advisable to go a little slow in the  matter of public improvements.  The question of getting advances  from the Union Bank and changing  the city's- bank account from the  Bank of Montreal to the Union Bank  was forther " postponed until "the  question of local improvements was  definitely settled.  J. W. Evans-appeared before the  Council with a petition asking the  Oity to open Baird Lane, from Railroad avenue.to .the river to a width  of 40 feet, the property owners on  either side of the -. present 20 foot  lane as far as - the brick yard prop-*  erty agreeing - to deed over to the  Oity the land to make the lane the"  specified width. * It was decided .that  the Mayor should interview Mr.  Gibbs with - the object of getting a  right-of-way through his property  to.tlie river to allow,Baird Lane to  be opened thither.  A letter was read from Messrs.  Cummins & Agnew, city engineers,  returning unapproved the plan of the  Columbia Flouring . Mills subdivision  of the manager's residential property  owing to the plan "showing no,roadway between the property line and  the railway trackage.  A letter from the City Engineers returned to the Council the plan of the  Moffet sub-division on the Enderby  Heights approved hy them.  The removal of the Band Stand  from the station grounds to" the  recreation grounds was placed in the  hands of the Board of Works.  ==-The*=finance*=cornmittee=rcported=-thc-  following accounts for payment:  Board of Works paysheet  % 210.90      432.25  Fulton Hardware Co.i Ltd      27.25  G.  Hallmark,  wages         7.80  F. Davis,    wages        7.80  A. E. Dysart, wages  :...     10.20  J. H. Carefoot, wages  ."    19.50  Chns._Forsyth,_wages _...._..,.,_._._._.... 7.50  J.   C. Dagg, wages         37.15  J. A. Miller, wnges         45.40  E.   J. Mack,  drayage      37.50  R. Carson, wages          72.00  Robt.  Bailey,  wages         8.10  H. G. Mann, street lights       40.75  W.  H. Flack, wnges       50.00  J.  W. McDonald,  wages        1.80  W.  H.  Hutchison,  supplies       1.20  J. McMahon, blacksmithing... 9.80  0. Morris, M.D., coroner's fee 20.00  Walker Press, ptg & station'y 76.50  H. W. Keith, sal. for May ...      15.00  Okanagan  Telephone  Co      10.GO  Ladies' Hospital  Auxiliary 25.00  Enderby Oity Band       25.00  Poison Mercantile Co., supply    ,11-55  Okanagan  Saw    Mills, Ltd      30.66  Bank Montreal, coupons     330.00  Board  School Trustees      550.00  The   following   report   of   receipts  and disbursements was submitted by  the secretary-treasurer   of    the Celebration Committee, May 24th, 1913:  Receipts:  Bal. in bank from 1912 ,$        .56  City  of Enderby    770.00  P. H. Murphy, specials      60.00  Expenditures:  Music���������������������������Vernon  band,   transp... 27.40  meals 21.00  charge,.. .   100.00  ,$    Revelstoke band,  transp. 75.75  meals 21.00  charge 25.00  Enderby  City Band  65.00  Water   Sports���������������������������Murphy  special  log rolling   50.00  Indian  log  rolling    -20.00  Indian  Canoe    7.50  Grease  pole   5.00  Field Sports���������������������������Men's races   60.00  Children's  races    9.35  Boys'  Scout bike prize  2.50  Lacrose���������������������������Armstrong team   40.10  Kamloops- team,   transp  80.65  " "   meals     14.00  Baseball���������������������������Salmon Arm, trans. 25.45  "   meals ... H.00  Home team, baseballs .'f....... .10.00  Football���������������������������Armstrong* transp... 6.65  meals  '.��������������������������� 13.00  -refund  gate 2.00  Home team,  football    4.50  Advertising���������������������������Posters,  etc  64.00  Ads in four   papers   20.00  Printing of tickets, etc  13.50  Decorations by Committee .... 10.65  Miscellaneous���������������������������Fulton      Hard- -  ware, break of swing   5.00  H. R. Wilson, to Revelstoke 13.10  Boys, posting   expenses  " , 7.25  Lons distance phones'  3.20  G." Rosoman,   stamps  "" 2.50  E.  J. Mack,  draying :....���������������������������  2.00  Bob Peel,  flags ..:  LOO  Poison   Mercantile,   can  lard- .2.00  Bill    posters,     Armstrong,  .    Vernon   &  Revelstoke  17.40  Stamps,  wires    & - express by  secretary  .....: ~ii7.  5.28  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent- insertion.  WANTED���������������������������Situation in small family  by competent wonian. Apply Box  92, Enderby. j5-2t  COW FOR SALE,  derby.  J. F. Moore, En-  J5-41  FOR SALE���������������������������Berkshire pigs, registered stock; five weeks old; males  and females. W. J. Fenton, Enderby. j5-2t  FOR SALE���������������������������Three acres - of" bench  and fiat land, one mile from Enderby, facing on Mara road. Best of  land, almost cleared; good shack.  Sidewalk and city water to be laid  out there soon. Beautiful situation  Apply to Geo. Brown, on the "property.    . ' .  2t.  WANTED���������������������������Two six-weeks . old blood  sows, one setting turkey eggs, 12  pullets (Barred Rocks preferred) or  others. Apply,  Jas. Crossle, Annis.  BALED HAY FOR SALE-$16 per.ton  at barn. ��������������������������� W. D. George, Rivermoad  Ranch,-' Grindrod.     ��������������������������� ' ,      2t  CLEANING, PRESSING & REPAIR-  ing, plain sewing, dressmaking.Miss  Airth has opened a sewing room in  the building formerly occupied, by"  The Walker Press, En'derby, where  she will be pleased to meet all de-.  siring her services. ' *���������������������������-  $ 863.73  -   EDUCATIONAL MOVIES.'. -  A ** series of ' moving, pictures "were  shown.-in :'the Opera House last week  which were . exceptionally good,. not  only from the" point of view, of-.the  pictures themselves but also "from" the  .educational standpoint.. They were  taken in the ' great ��������������������������� untamed north,-  amid the arctic ice-floes where polar  bear and walrus abound; and the Eskimo lives and plays ��������������������������� in -his fatty  goodness the games of Nature's tirst  children, untamed and untrammeled  by the evils and the virtues of- civilization. To see pictures of this type  is the best learning the child���������������������������and  the adult���������������������������can get, and the managers  are to be congratulated on securing  for exhibition here the Carnegie Expedition series.  FOR  SALE���������������������������Baled timothy and clover   hay.   Apply, V Gelling,-   Grand  ������������������������������������������������������ Bend Farm, Enderby.-   ���������������������������    '        ;"-'  ALL KINDS GARDEN- WORK'done;  by John' Gardener, - landscape and  jobbing gardener.      ��������������������������� ''      ���������������������������--  FOIV SALE���������������������������Rough , and .: dimension,  lumber.':v At "mill" or delivered. -".AV**  Tomkinsoh", Enderby".    > -r      -': ";"  MRS.;" C- PARADIS,. a .dressmaker",of. ���������������������������  ;. wide ".experience,    .has- removed .her. -.  dressmaking. parlors   to' thc_ Ma������������������ .  thews, house, i on    ClifT Sti,. west of -  George.       .        '   ���������������������������      " *   _      "   '.   '"  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My sew booklet descriptive of tlio Mnr.'t Dii-  triet is now out.   GET   ONE,  Cha������������������. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.  $ 830.56  CITY OF ENDERBY  Impounding   of    Animals  Unlawfully  at Large  Applications are hereby invited for  the post of City Poundkeeper.' Full  information as to duties, &c, and  remuneration attaching to this post  can be obtained from the undersigned  By Order of the Council,  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk  City Hall, Enderby, June 4th, 1913.  SEALED.. TENDERS    addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed '-'Tender for Public   Building, Greenwood, v  B. O." will be received at this office  untiL.4.00 P.M., on Monday, June 16,"  1913, for the construction of a Public -'  Building at Greenwood, B.C.  Plans, specification and form of  contract can be seen and forms ,of  _tender^obtained=,at^the=ofBceu-of=Mnv=  Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect,  Victoria, B.C., at the Post"Office,  Greenwood, B.C., and at this Department.  r-'  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will hot be considered unless "  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures,, stating__their��������������������������� occupations~and_-_  places of residence. In the case of  firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of  residence of each member of thc firm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)  of the amount of the tender, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called.upon to do so. or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender, be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department" does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any. tender.  By order,  R.  C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public^Works,  Ottawa, May 21, 1913.  Newspapers   will    not   be paid for  this advertisement   if   they insert it  without authority from this Department.���������������������������41965.  r.  41  ���������������������������4

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