BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly Jun 12, 1913

Item Metadata


JSON: xenderby-1.0178885.json
JSON-LD: xenderby-1.0178885-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xenderby-1.0178885-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xenderby-1.0178885-rdf.json
Turtle: xenderby-1.0178885-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xenderby-1.0178885-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xenderby-1.0178885-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 \,.  ,rf���������������������������   ���������������������������****WM  Enderby, B.C., June 12, 1913  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 6; No. 15; Whole No. 275  Happenings About Town Briefly Told of More than Local Interest  ni.  IH  V  V  '-"  ���������������������������ti-...  iff ���������������������������  CHAPMAN-HILTON SUIT     .,     I  DISTRESSING    AUTO   ACCIDENT  -^ A number of Enderbyites^ were detained at Vernon Monday and Tuesday of this week as witnesses in the  libel action brought by P. W. Chapman, leader of the Enderby Choral  Society, against Rev. M. F. Hilton,  pastor, of   St.   George's  .church.  Sometime -in September, 1912, at a  meeting- of -the Choral Society, of  "which Mr. Hilt'an was a member, -it  was alleged Mr. Hilton used these  word.-?, in a quarrel which, arose about  the management: ''I am sorry to say  that I find Mr. Chapman not such an  honorable man - as I thought - him to  be.'--' Mr. Chapman alleged that this  " was an imputation that he had .been  guilty of dishonorable practices in  his oversight of the-finances, and so  ; brought-'action for -$5,000 damages.  Tho defence _ alleged- that, the words  were'-not-used,'and if they were used,"  _t/.did:not bear_ the .imputation-placed  - on .them "by the plaintiff.  -The vcase   was 'heard before .Chief  Justice Hunter. ',   A verdict was returned for ~the_  plaintiff for $1 dam^  -*. ages, -the defendant' to pay 'the costs  vt 'LLe'caser-; y ~/~ -\   ' J "    -- -' -  -,/  Messrs. Crossman & Davis 'appeared  for -the: plaintiff," and Messrs. Billings  ;&.Cochrane for\the defence.   -  Vernon,'- B.C.", June 10."��������������������������� (Special*"to  The Press.)���������������������������After being put half an  : hour-to-^day" the jury in the Chapman  - vs'. Hilton case brought in a verdict  of $1 and costs for plaintiff.     Bishop  - de -Poncier    was   subpoenaed by de-  - The Enderby.   baseball   team drove  !!?_**:'-��������������������������� ^_^.'et?.r_S ab������������������,Ut.'Ih?b.h! to.Salmon Arm- last Wednesday, afternoon to play the home.team.- The  game twas - closely fought .untiKthe  end. -.Up to,the sixth inning but one  i run had been made by either side. In  the Court after counsel had addressed the'sixth the Arm boys scored- two  the jury, saying he was not sure that |and inthe eighth Enderby tied th<J  the grounds on which defendant had;gcore tW an &ccident happened  .made^the^tatement_in_nuestion_w.ere^tha^ended^he^gamer_In=a=desperate  clearly understood. Seven witnesses ��������������������������� attempt to make the leading run La  were examined and gave very conflict-|Forge endeavored to steal 3rd bag.  ing evidence, hardly any two testify- |He had tQ shde for u and plunged  ing to   precisely   the same wording, j feet firgt fm. the gack  GONE TO  REST  F. P/ Jackson, of Armstrong, laid' - Miss Winnie White, the youngest  down a new auto on Saturday. On daughter of Mrs. F.- J.; White," who  Monday, in - company with-Solomon recently" came to Enderby on a visit  Oppenheimer, a prominent business to her daughter, Mrs. T. E. Rodie,  man of Vancouver, Mrs. Jackson and hoping that the . change would be  two children,- Mrs. V. C. Brimacombe beneficial to the ailing one, passed  and Miss Clark, he started on a trip away last Sunday evening, after an  to Kamloops? At a "point about, five illness of-nearly two years. Deceased  miles out of-Kamloops, the-auto hit was. a" charming "miss, 16 years of  a culvert crossing thV road and.both 1~age." As-a child, she,was brilliant in  the back tires exploded.. Almost in- her studies,"far in excess of her year.?;  stantly the machine turned turtle in- and in her unbounded enthusiasm in  to the ditch beside the road. Miss her work, she burned, the-candle-of  Clark was the.only one of occupants life to a 'flicker. -. ^When only 14 she  who was thrown clear "of-the auto.' started into: decline; the "dreaded  She was unhurt, - and . immediately ["white plague took' ��������������������������� hold, and finally  set'to work to release Mr. Jackson.; claimed its own..- Mrs.'White and  He' escaped with nothing more' than-'1 daughters came . to . Enderby only - a  a "few -bruises. ��������������������������� Mrs. ., Jackson and month or two ago, but .in that brief  children-and Mrs. " Brimacombe; were time , have ".endeared-" themselves-to  assisted but,,of. the tonneau,"badly many,.' who<���������������������������_'deeply s sympathize ��������������������������� with  shaken; up", while- Mr.^ Jackson .'made ��������������������������� them, -in  ;. their -..-bereavement.: ;*.=-The  FEDERAL WATER-ACOL  heroic .efforts to "raise the-machine off  of the body^ of Mr:-Oppenheimer.; \J  Following .them, came ..another: auto  and'the occupants'of it lent such assistance' as ��������������������������� they could give.-'Finally.  MrX Oppenheimer-< was -'released..- It  was evident"; ho - wao '��������������������������� mortally- injured;-  and' he was, .hurried' "to Kamloops  where .medical, aid was given. Death  ensued,Monday night. -  It is reported the Provincial Government has ordered an investigation  as to the cause of the accident.-  BROKEN LEG-AT BASEBALL  funeral1 service-was"-held- in. Str- Geor  ge's church .'Monday-, at-.2,p.m., the  Rev. rMr; King, ~of "Armstrong,' officiating. Interment took place in tho  new city ; cemetery,"'jthe .first'to be.  held'.there:"-' /' - :X// ..X' *  CARD OF-THANKS  was to "testify were - admitted by  plaintiff :he .was not, called. Though  professing ignorance of rules of court  procedure, - he    attempted to address I  We .wish"-to'-" express, our heartfelt*  thanks for - the' .kindness and-'courte11  sies extended to-us by all,-,during and  previous to ���������������������������our ��������������������������� recent-bereavement,  and especially.- to., the young people  whose gifts ' of -flowers lightened the  suffering of our invalid every* day..,".  .Mrs. Ff J. White.&'daughters  I Mr! and' Mrs. T.- E. Rodie. ���������������������������/  An amendment was passed the past  week in the Federal House to the  Wates Act, which gives administration of waterway- "matters in the  railway belt to the -Provincial" Government. Discussing the amendment  Hon." W. J. Bowser, in.van interview  with the Vancouver Province" said: *  "It means that the water- board of  this Province will have " complete, jurisdiction' in,' the " railway, belt.; - It  means -the realization of-, what .we  have been fighting for this long-time,  and what, in particular, I myself  went to Ottawa, about last November. At that time I was enabled to  draw up an "agreement; with",the Do:  minion authorities " respecting" "this  matter' which, has now been incorporated in the statutes by;virtue of the  amendment" just -passed by the .House  of-Commons." -' - -   '    --"; \ -- J~-r -.- '-'  Jkl  MARRIED TO-DAY  i  Invitations ' are out for the marriage, at the Presbyterian church; of  Miss Mary E. Ruttan to Mr. ,W. A.  Russell, this (Thursday) afternoon at  l_jo'clock.___Fpllowing_the. service, at  y   -HIGHEST.'IN 1TBNV YEARS.'.V..  .The river ,is, nearly a"foot" higher  than it-has been at high water since  1903,^and it is still rising; *"- Teh'years"  ago .high water" was ."reached--"oh'."July  11th.. There"are indications" that jthe  low lands will be ..badly flooded.. Xt  several' points- on the' Mabel Lake  road the roadbed is under .water, and  considerable damage, is resulting, to  culverts and", small-_ bridges. .The  roadbed; at rock" .'bluff point,. on -the  way".to' Mara," is two,-feet- under water, and the meadow lan'ds are inundated. '.       " .  '   "    .  . n~.  +\ ^  n  iU1^  v  '^r  %&?*  "'.^A^  . a-l  -   .   ...    ...     S? .^JS*'  of ,-:the" rank;/ /'A/^-'y^.  HOW'PROUD WE SHOULD FEEL!  His Lordship in summing up evidence  said- the words used by defendant  might be taken to have slanderous  meaning. It was for the jury to decide if they had.  "PIGS  IS  PIGS,"'  We were watching a litter of little  pigs up at the farm. They were  busily intent on getting a square  meal. They were only about a'week  old.  Suddenly two of the pigs left the  lunch counter and began to fight.  "What do you suppose they are  quarreling about?" asked Terese.  "I think one of them must have referred to the other as a pig," was  the answer.  "But," said Terese, "if he did, and  did not use any adjective, the remark was certainly true."  "This, however, had nothing to do  with the case. Truth is seldom pleasing, especially when it refers to ourselves/''  The Philistine tells this quaint  little pig story, and then adds: "The  fact is, however, those pigs were  fighting just about nothing���������������������������and that  is just what men fight about. Quarrels are built on a misunderstanding.  Friendships are founded on an understanding."  "What is a mummy, pa?" '-'An unobjectionable party whose morals are  not questioned."  Sandhal, the  Arm's third-base man had one foot  on the sack, and was twisting to get  the ball onto LaForge. LaForge's  feet came in   contact with Stanhal's  leg near the_ ankle and _the_leg jyas  broken. The serious nature of the  accident took all the play out of the  teams, and the _ game stopped. The  feature of the gamc was the pitching  by Evans. It was his first time in  the box this season in a match game  and he even surprised himself. He  struck out eleven men, and kept the  hits down to zero.  BUYS   HARNESS  BUSINESS  the church the bridal party will be  entertained at the home of the brides  parents, Mayor and Mrs. J. L. Ruttan. The host of friends of this  esteemed young couple will be happy  to learn of the coming event, and  will wish them the best of life's joys  in their future home at Redcliffe,  Sask., whither they .will go by the  afternoon train. The"young" la~dies  of the Girl's Guild of thc"Presbyter-  ian church, gave Miss Ruttan a  shower at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Flewwelling Tuesday evening.  C. Rutherford, late of Kelowna, the  past week closed the deal on the harness business formerly conducted by  F. R. Prosser, taking over with it  the stock carried by Wm. S. Scott.  Mr. Rutherford also bought the harness stock carried by the Fulton  Hardware Company, and has now  a very complete line of supplies for  the horseman. He is a harness-  maker and dealer of experience,, and  in the few day's time that he has had  charge has brought the establishment  up to a high mark, in display, and  workmanship.  G. R. Lawes has erected a fruit-  packing and supply house on his Enderby Heights property overlooking  Cliff street. /  TRIP AROUND THE WORLD  In a brief note written aboard ship  under date of May 14th, Mr, Robt.  Waddell says: "We are now two  weeks out ,from Victoria and expect  to reach Yokohama Friday morning.  We are making a' trip round the  world, and expect to be away about  a year. This is a Japanese line and  really the attendance we receive on  board is superb. Kind regards to  all my old Enderby pals." And in  a foot-note he gives the news: "Our  dogs won hands-down at Vancouver  Terminal Oity Kennel Club. We had  nine firsts and one second. In Scotch  terrors we carried all,v'our champion  scoring 10 points. At Victoria horse  show we got second on the littic  Hackney mare we brought from Enderby in the high-stepping class."  , London; June 5.���������������������������The British Gov-  eroment- has ��������������������������� decided to lay down  three battleships of the "present  year's naval programme i*inmediately  instead of next "March, as originally  intended.==sn!his^measure=.is^taken=in=  consequence of the rejection by the  Canadian Senate of the Naval Aid  Bill to appropriate $35,000,000 for the  construction of three dreadnoughts  for the British navy.  Mr. Winston Churchill, first lord of  the admiralty, announced the government's ^decision in the House of Commons today.  BARGAINS  FOR EVERYBODY  Mumps, measles and whooping  cough are rampant, ancl thc kiddie  that can't catch one or more of  these tabooed bugs is slow indeed..  Two big stock reducing sales are  on in Enderby, and there are some  big bargains offering. The Fulton  Hardware Company i.s pulling off its  annual spring reduction sale in~ hardware, crockery, graniteware, etc. Thc  quality of these goods is too well  known to be told about. It is just a  matter of coming to Enderby and  taking advantage of the opportunity  to get the goods at slightly above  the cost of laying them down here  from the wholesale house. The Pol-  son Mercantile Company is putting  on a similar sale in dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes, etc.,"and the  prices there given are certain to attract buyers with cash looking for  snaps. i  Mr. F. B. Dill and family arrived  this week from the coast. Mr. Dill  is senior member ol the firm of Dill  Bros., general merchants, and will  reside permanently in Enderby. He  brings with him his seven-passenger  McLaughlan, and intends to enjoy  the.many beautiful drives throughout  the district.  :   -   LOCAL   SCREANINGS-  v'.  -' Most "people turn their noses up at"'  the smell of gasoline  until they, get  an auto.     *      - -  Mrs. F. W. Collin and:Miss Joyce  returned from the- coast Wednesday'  morning. '      -',._���������������������������  H.- H. Worthington - and' Gi L. Williams left on Monday on a visit to-  Edmonton.  BORN���������������������������At Vancouver,...'May 29th, to'-  ������������������������������������������������������ Mr. and Mrs/S.,.W. Hardy,'former--  ,ly of Enderby, a-son. _ '-        --': .'  The rains -of   !the   past-week have;  meant .the adding of thousands tothe-r  pockets of our hay,; men.' '..   f"  ~y. . '  -Stranger" than - fiction: -When "tlie^  lawyers" do not get more-out of liti-"  gation than- the "litigants..   , - - ���������������������������- \M-'.',-  , , The "next meeting^of the Okanagan1 ''77/  United "Growers, Ltd.,-will be held at*3  Vernon,.Tuesday;.-June-17th.1 J, v/'V  - '-The ^ Indians,-j- -PauV//ahd-\Spitl^  will ./heutried* atVNew_ Westminster _for^^.*^3:T^  the,.murder fof j Constable ,-Kindnessl '7  ,'.Complaint-.,is "made  growth ~-of "weeds; overhanging ,'s;th'e y.,  sidewalks on the" various side, streets/.'-;!, ' yXX%  '- Evenithe manufacturers', of'the new-i-Z/yy  est" incubators, will not - adyise-f us, "ip.%'>--X',L  count pur    chickens - before they-"are'-*--'  >: f  hatchedf V  -_   .��������������������������� -;   X7 -������������������' 3- : 7.1 ii ,7Xj7  Enderby troop   of B.' C. Horse aref y\ -L\  encamped at Vernon with'the general.' y /--  Provincial encampment*  which-"is'said--\ ,.r-  to number, nearly 1000. ". --    -    ~\>y XX :  .^Mrs.   Lambert'-  .and   -siste'r,- "Miss '.'y~*>-./  Johnson, - returned - from" the '" coasf- V I,-',"  Wednesday morning, and are. visiting, ,~, y,  their home , folk,   Mrs. Jas. -Johnson-.   "  -.,  and Mrs. Wm." J. "Woods.-   -   ���������������������������''-'.-.-'-;��������������������������� ^cc:  July 12th"_is going to"be a big day''"- .,/ZZ'ZJ  in Enderbyf    .The   Revelstoke-, Oityiy-'XT.  Band will accompany - the Orangemen.-   ~/'"-.j,  from that city, and there is-reported// [. ���������������������������" "  to be a large crowd coming from the -    - ���������������������������'"  many points on the Mainline. ' . ',-5'';'  P. H.  Murphy is clearing'and .get-j". /���������������������������-  ting^under���������������������������cultivationf=thc=most=4val  uable portion of his Elson property,,  on the    hill   north . of   the    existing  orchard. ,  W. D. C. Christie   was in Enderby  over    Sunday,    returning   to  Vernon  Monday.       Mr.    Christie   expects to'  bo relieved at   Vernon this week and  will shortly return to his office in the  Enderby_branchL_ -_    - yyy -_y  The Empress of Russia, the new C.  P. R. liner, made.her maiden voyage  to Victoria from thc Orient thc past  week. She reduced the running time  between Yokohama and Victoria 29  hours, covering the 4,200 miles in 9  days and 5 hours.  It is said that because of the recent decision of the fruit growers' organization* in the Okanagan to exclude Orientals from membership, the  Chinese of the Valley who are now  engaged in agricultural pursuits will  lorm an organization of their own.  In one of the briefest and best reports tho Grand Jury which concluded its labors in Vernon a week ago,  the suggestion i6 made that the provincial law be amended so as to permit the application of the lash to  peddlers,, of intoxicating liquor to  Indians.  In the International egg-laying  contest at Victoria, the pen of Barred Rocks entered by H. E. Waby oi  Enderby, still leads in the Rocks.  At the end of May they had 544 eggs  to their credit since the commencement of thc contest, Dec. 2nd. The  highest in the weight varieties are  the Buff Orpingtons owned by O. W.  Robbins,    Chilliwack,    with    G93 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 12, 1913  Premier Borden Leaves Nothing  in Doubt as to Future Action  On Friday, June Gth, the Dominion  j Parliament    was    prorogued. The  j most interesting  development in  the  ..    . ������������������^ ^__ ~~������������������   ! closing day of the session occurred at  PnUl-iiH C.ipllal. Reserve Fund CO ������������������7CT ftAA    j /  an.i Undivided I'roiiis (Over) *?o9*9a o9\i\>\j   ; the  morning sitting  when  there  was  $69,00*0,000   | a sharp final    debate   on    the naval    j question ancl a pronouncement by the  Total Assets (Over)  "The construction of these ships is  apparently to be proceeded with by  the British Government. It is quite  out of the question to make any advance or to approach them under the  conditions created, because, technically,    this   measure    has been de-  V*  J Premier as to the future action of! feated by the Parliament of Canada,  jthe Government in. view of-the face J although in reality only be a few  I that the Naval   Bill   had been killed' partizans,    and   the decision of that  i by the Senate.  Sir  Wilfrid    Laurier   called  the at-  inancial Prestige  There is a definite aud desirable  standing readily accorded to the  man who maintains a strong i{ention of the Prime Minister to the  banking connection and makes |fact timt the Government had placed  good use of it. In fact, by simply | in the mouth of the Governor-General  opening a Checking Account ancl ;a statement at the beginning of the  making all payments by Cheque, [session to the effect that there were  you fain the respect and con- ! circumstances that made it impera-  fidence of business men. Morever, |tive there should be help given to  this is the safest and most con- |the naval forces of the Empire. To.  veuient way to make all payments, j <*at end a measure had been prom-  r i, l   n     l       iii  n   n   /iimi-T-,-   .. ised and introduced,  but the Govern-  Endirby Branch,   W. D. c. CHRISTIE, Manager menl dld not succeed in ctmvinclng   : j Parliament  that    there  was  such  an  I emergency as was shown in the  i speech from the throne. They had  convinced the House, but not the  other branch of the Parliament where  jthe bill did not pass. "We are entitled to know," said Sir Wilfrid,  "what action    the   Government pro-  SiiiALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned," and endorsed "Tender to complete Jetty at Steveston,  13. C," will be received at this office I  until 4.00 P.iVI., on Tuesday, June 17,  1913, for the completion of the Jetty  at  Steveston,    at   the mouth  of the  body does not represent in any sense  whatever, the true desire and wishes  of Canadians.  "So long as these ships are being  proceeded with by the British Government, and are to be constructed  and be of the same strength and  value which we would have ordered,  and are to be for the purpose, namely, that of the common defence of the  Empire, which we had in mind, I say  that it is the intention of this Government, if it remains in power, as  undoubtedly it will,.to bring down at  a later date a proposal for the ac-  "quisition or construction of three  battleships, as was proposed in the  Naval Aid Bill of 193 2, ancl we hope  in that way, before the completion of  these ships, to be in a position to  say to the British   Government:  'We  poses to take under the circum-1 shall now do what the partizan ma-  stances." b'ority in the Senate prevented us  Premier Borden said the question from doing. We shall take over and*  deserved serious consideration and a;pay for these ships and place them  plain    answer.       "It    appears,"    he [at the disposal    of   Iiis Majesty the  King for the   common defence of the  Empire.'' ''  Eraser River,  New Westminster, B.C.       . ,    ,,       . . .,   ,  ,.      , ,   .  ' said,     we have    failed to obtain the  Plans,    specification    and    form  of; consent of Parliament to the mcasure  contract can   be    seen  and forms of I which was brought {lown by the Gov.  tender obtained   at   this Department, n-nment.      We   obtained the consentoWHICH IS THE MOST CANADIAN?  of this Tiouse of Commons, which  represents the people. We did not  obtain the consent of certain gentlemen in another chamber who were  merely the echo of the expressed intention of the right honorable gentleman,   because    it   was announced  by  and at the offices of C. C. Worsfold,  Esq., District Engineer, New Westminster, B. C'.; P.; W. Aylmer, Esq.;  District Engineer;' -Chase, B.C., arid  on application to'-the Postmaster at  Steveston*; B.C. .-'-'���������������������������  ''  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless.  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating    their occupations and  members from the other side of tbe  House before the bill left this House  that it would be defeated in the Sen  places of - residence.'    In the case of ate   aml notwithstanding "the protcs  firms the actual signature, the nature  "of the "occupation", and place "of resi  dence of   each--member    of  the firm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank payable to the order of the  ' 7-Ionourable 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. DESROCI-1ERS,  Secretary.  Department, of Public Works,  .Ottawa,  May 1G, 1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for  this advertisement if they insert it  without authority from the Department.��������������������������� 40043.  THE CHURCHES  ;FTUF"~EXGT^\Tnr"CT?"t:George)"'  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Communion;   11    a.m.,    Morning  Prayer;  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer.  REV. M. F. HILTON,  Vicar.  BNDBRIJY METHODIST CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  11 a.m. and 7:30p.ra.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  Epworth_Lengue; Thursday, 8 p.m.,  Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  REV. J. G. BROWN,  M.A., Pastor.  tations'of the right honorable gentleman, every one, including his own  followers, admit that. .  "'"He has referred to the .Senate as  the upholder of democracy and the  liberties of the people. I want to  say that according to,- his own expressed interpretation of the British  North American ��������������������������� Act over ten years  ago he has deliberately violated the  constitution of this country. That  is a strong statement to make, but I  challenge him to deny it and I will  prove it out of his own mouth. Sir  Wilfrid said in 1896 :  "1 charge here against him and his  party (Sir Charles Tupper) that in  so far as   thc   Senate of  Canada is  "So far as we are concerned we  believe that when half of the forces  of the Empire which uphold the flag  in all the oceans and upon all the  seas, have been withdrawn to protect the heart.of the Empire, when  even the Mediterranean itself has  been left very largely unguarded, the  time has come- when in a spirit of  self-respect Canada ought not - to  quibble .about these matters, " but  ought to come forward and do something immediate and effective, and  that is what we propose by this  measure which we have placed before  the House."���������������������������Rt. Hon. R. L. Borden,  in the House of Commons.   - - - -  "I do not admit we owe gratitude  to Great "Britain because . she has  spent money to defend'this country."  ���������������������������Sir Wilfrid Laurier, in House of  Commons,  as reported in Hansard.  WILL HAVE  SERIOUS  EFFECT  Mr. Edmond Bristol, K.C., M.P., in  an interview at Montreal a few days  ago,   expressed    the    opinion   of  the  , ���������������������������      , great majority of Canadians when he  concerned they have all along for the' ���������������������������.,-,  lu,l ,      ,    .. ..  J b said  that a   general    election on the  last 18 years disregarded the consti  tution of Canada in regard to ap-  appointments they have made in that  branch   of    the   legislature.     It was  naval issue would be a calamity.  "[   think,"    he    said,    "that     the  course pursued    by   the Liberal min-  , ., ,       , . ,      .    .        ,ority in   the    Commons and the ma-  one of the real  understood  principles ',-������������������������������������������������������:i.���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������ +!,      Q���������������������������    *���������������������������        -n  ,   ���������������������������    , ,      ,.        ,,   ,         ,     r.      ,    Jonty in the    Senate    will prove ex-  at Confederation   that if the Senate^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,���������������������������!��������������������������� ,1���������������������������4.���������������������������-���������������������������^���������������������������4.���������������������������,  l���������������������������  r,       t   -���������������������������;���������������������������;- y-y -~ --,-���������������������������; |-trcmcly=detr-imental=-to^Ganadinn=na-  tional interests    in    England.     It is  very evident that the recent political  'events    in    Canada    have cooled the  was not elective and it was to be ap  pointed by thc Crown  that both political  parties   should  be  represented  on the floor of thc Senate."  ���������������������������warm fcelins: for the Dominion exist-  rhe honorable gentleman has for- ing ftmong ^^ investors  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St.  Andrews  Sunday    Services���������������������������ll  a.m.  and 7:30  p.m.;   Y.P.S.C.E., Monday,  7:30 p.m.  REV.  D.  CAMPBELL, Pastor.  FIRST  BAPTIST  CHURCH  Sunday      Services���������������������������Sunday    school,  10 a.m.;   regular    service,  3:30  p.m.;  Prayer service,  Wednesday,  7:30 p.m.  REV. 13. G.  STEWART, Pastor.  CITY  OF  ENDERBY  Impounding    of    Animals   Unlawfully  at Large  Applications arc 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.  gotten that rule in practice," proceeded Mr. Borden, "although it may  not have escaped his memory. That  was his conception, and I ask him to  point" where", " from"' "the day lie "came  into office in 1890 until he went out  of power in 1911, he fulfilled his duty  to the constitution as interpreted by  him in his words just quoted. He  cannot name one single instance."  Discussing thc future policy- or the  Government, Mr. Borden said: "The  defeat of the measure by the Liberals  in the Senate at tlm dictation of the  right honorable gentleman prevents  us at present from arranging that  the British Government shall proceed  with the construction of these ships  on behalf of Canada. Technically',  thc Parliament of Canada has refused  this aid; in renlitv this aid has been  refused by a partisan mainritv in the  Senate at the dictation of the right  honorable erentlemnn without any responsibility whatever to the people  of Canada. But in view of tho fact  that these p1 oposnls were rnade by  thc Government through the Admiralty, which they regarded as disclosing grave conditions, it may be possible in the future to make right that  which has boen made wrong at present by the right honorable gentleman  and his irresponsible friends in thc  other chamber.  "It is not correct to say there is  no sentiment in business. If Parliament had passed thc Naval Bill and  granted .the. paltry _sum .of. thirtyrfive  millions, paltry compared with the  enormous sums other countries of no  greater wealth must pay for defence,  a more favorable sentiment regarding Canada would have been created  among the investing public of Great  Britain."  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers from  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  est  Possible  1X7HEN we began tailoring  * *     Hobberlin clothes over a  quarter of a century ago, we had  one ideal.  We wanted the clothes that came  from Hobberlin tailor shops to be  the best possible value, and our.  idea has been a great success.  Because the underlying principle  has been to sell the most  satisfactory clothes that can be  made for the least money charged.  You can count upon getting a full  dollar of value, brimful and running  over, every time you buy a  Hobberlin garment.  Suits - $20 to $40  DILL   BROS.  Tlie Made-to-Measure Clothiers  ENDERBY,.B.C.  Sole Agents for Hobberlin Tailoring  Enderby, British Columbia'  Call  and  See  Us.  RENTS  INSURANCE  INVESTMENTS  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated ou the benches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been ln crop, are In splendid condition for planting.  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar. will be planted and cared for at a  moderato charge.  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lota wr now on the market at J175  per acre.  Get in on the first block und make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PACKHAM,  Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.  An  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt.edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO  ft! I  V'1 0-'  V  Thursday, June 12, lyiS  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocka  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawn  vases,  peer   blocks,   chimney blocks  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  Enderby, B. C.  Sicamous Regatta was Greatly  Enjoyed by Many Visitors  4>$>$><$>^<$<fc<H>#<������������������*x3-4>^^  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  -  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  #3*4x'S*4*$-<'3*4x������������������<*!>-$*^'<'^^  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Tradc Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c  Anyone tending m sketch and description may  quickly aicertuln our opinion free whether an  invention Is probably patentable. Comnnmlca-  Mom strictly coniliiontlal. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest Tfaoncy for securing patenm.  Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive  special notice, without charge, In tha   -  Scientific American.  "A handsomely lllnitrated weekly, largest clr-  anlaiion of any  scicntulc journal, .-leniw  tor  " Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold l)y  all ne\Ttdoalers. - - .  MUNN8Co.36IBro,d^NewYork  Branch Office. 625 B* 8t��������������������������� Washington, D. C.  ers and  Pleasure Parties  I am inaugurating a regular service for the summer months, on'.Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sunday morning, or as otherwise required, from Cottonwood Point to  the Mill Warehouse, furnishing my  gasoline launch or row boats as may  be desired, by the trip, hour, day,  week or month, to all the fishing  places on the lake and tne camping  grounds. Prices reasonable for good  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  The Second Annual Regatta of the  Shuswap Lake Boating Club'was celebrated at Sicamous on June 2nd  and 3rd, and was a great success.  The attendance was large from Revelstoke, Chase, Enderby, Salmon  Arm, Seymour Arm, Annis, etc.  The endurance race on Monday had  seven entries, the handicap being  made up at Chase. The result: L.  H. Congrieve, lst; H. A. Brown, 2nd;  W. Charles, 3rd; W. Andrews, 4th.  The Romer from Chase arrived lst,  but was disqualified by time allowance of 1 minute 41 seconds.  The first event on Tuesday, a Five-  Mile Open Race, for the beautiful  silver cup presented by the Cammo-  dore, H. A. Brown, was won by Mr.  McGoldrick, of Chase, in his speeder,  "Wasp." L. H. Congrieve was 2nd,  W. Andrews 3rd, Murray Balnier 4th,  and T. Beck 5th.  The,third event, a 2-mile Sculling  Race, was won by M. Balmer; 2nd, A.  Cooper.  In the 4th event, 100-yards Swimming Race, G. Goodall came in lst;  D. Finlayson 2nd; Mr. Culbertson 3d.  A 5-mile -Handicap was the 5th  event. It was the most exciting- of  the day. Murray, Balmer won lst; L.  H. Congrieve 2nd; S. Freeman 3rd;  W! Charles 4th.  The sixth event, a ladies' race, was  not pulled off, the ladies not, having  had sufficient time to practice owing  to the lateness of spring.  The log rolling contest (event 7)  was not called owing to there being  no entries. - ,, A double sculling race  was substituted. This was won by  Murray Balmer and A. Cooper; 2nd,  Higgs and Culbertson; 3rd. Finlayson  and Durrandi '-0  Event 8, Five, Mile Race (open) for  the handsome challenge cup presented  by Leeson, Dickie, Gross, Ltd., was  an easy,victory .for Mr. McGoldrick  in his ".Wasp;" W. Andrews, 2nd; W..  Charles 3rd. ; L. H. -Congrieve did  not enterrowing to a' heated 1 bearing.  The 2J-mile Members' Race proved  very" clearly the fair way , the/handicaps of tho day had been worked out.  Only-one' minute and 16 seconds divided thc -first and last boat's in  crossing, the finishing, line. - Harrison  & Berry won 1st; Commodore Brown,  2nd;���������������������������W. Charles, , 3rd;.Rear Comrao:  dore W. H. Finlayson; 4th.  Only one operator of the. piscator-  successful affair���������������������������-the Second Regatta  of the Shuswap Lake Boating Club.  "It is up to the other places to wake  up and do likewise," remarked an enthusiast. The best thanks of the  club are tendered to L. H. Congrieve  for providing all refreshmenes for the  band during the day.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  QUIT QUARRELING  Bishop Graham Ingham, and influential prelate of the Church of England, who recently toured Canada in  connection with the Anglo-Canadian  Mission of Help, under the Archbishop' of Canterbury, published a  volume in London recently which, includes a scathing indictment of the  Church of England in-Canada.  The writer says the greatest hindrance .to the progress of the church  in Canada has been the constant  quarreling between the high and low  factions. ��������������������������� It has been simply ..pitiful  to see . congregation after congregation split up and almost destroyed  over the sole inane question of  whether the clergyman shall wear a  cassack or not or where a cross will  be placed that some person wishes to  present to the church.  The worldliness of its members is  declared to be another frightful present-day weakness in the church. Its  people are found as leaders at the  races, at society functions and military affairs. The church in Canada,  the: writer says, needs real conversion. Elaborate music, early services, strange vestftnents and stranger  dictrines do not in the least interest  the people in this busy land. And  then he concludes:  "The liquor man, the gambler and  the society-devote has signally failed  to keep the -church alive, and- it is  time for real Christianity to take  charge.of affairs, and let professionals  have a rest7_for>if there" is one thing  more than- another that'holds'-Canada, loyal it is'* the influence of'the  teachings'-of the old-mother church.".  W1  rE 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  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  DANDELION WINE  It,seems a sha'me.tnat we do not  make betterf use,'- of the yellowheads  which protrude themselves so prominently into the scenery on the street  sides and in the yards about Enderby  much to the woe of the citizen who  has an eye for   the beautiful, and a  ial art presented himself in the fish- ] desire to make things pretty. - ��������������������������� It is  ing event, and it was called.off. TheJgenerally - known that it is possible  cause may be looked for in the great t to make 'what is known as dandelion  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both  ways from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South  North  bound  STATIONS             bound  read down  read up  10.20 (Lv)  Sisamous Jet   (Ar) 17.35  10.51  Mara                    16.50  11.05  Grindrod                 16.34  1L19  "Enderby                  16.19  1 L.45  Armstrong                15.50  1L.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. .  kgt.                     Agent  Vancouver                    Enderby  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. J  catches of fish that have been made  at and near Sicamous, and the good  prices obtained for those on sale, no  doubt made probable ' contestants  somewhat lacking in interest. The  well-known R. Upper did- not enter,  he being - engaged in looking after the  clay pigeon shooting.  The pigeon shooting event ysras well  supported, especially by visiting nim-  rods from Revelstoke. The popular  Guir"Barber*=took^the=very^handsomo-  gun case presented by the Dominion  Cartridge Co., shooting 24 birds out  of a possible 25, taking the breath  out of the bodies of the Mara and  Sicamous experts.  Event 12, 2^-mile Open Race. Five  boats entered, thc owner of the  "Wasp"  kindly   staying out to give  the- small--boats ..under 20... feet .a  chance, lst, T. Beck; 2nd, H. A.  Brown; 3rd, W. Finlayson. Harrison & Berry's launch, (run by the  bearded gentleman, ns our Chase  contemporary had it) was disqualified by 2 minutes 12 seconds.  Yoeman service was rendered by  Messrs. H. A. Brown, L. H. Congrieve, W. K. Finlayson, J. C. McGregor, in laying out the course and  making the necessary arrangements.  J. C. McGregor carried out the duties of starter in a very admirable  manner. E. L. Berry was timekeeper and judge, and it is said, '-'a  good judge, too."  The wife of the Commodore, Mrs.  H-i A. Brown, gave away the prizes  and cheques during the evening at the  Bellevue Hotel, owned by L. H. Congrieve. Tde Revelstoke Independent  Band of 18 pieces discoursed sweet  music during the day, and left five  pieces to perform during the very  sucressful dance which took place at  the Bellevue Hotel during the evening and continued up to the small  hours.  Thus ended  a    very enjoyable and  wine, but few people have the formula. .It is possible to turn these pesky yellowheads - into a brew that is  very agreeable to "the taste, has high  You will find us in the BELL BLOCK BUILDING,  up against Bob Peel and the Drug Store., No. room  to grow in our old stand, and we are going to open up*  with one of the new EDISON DISK MACHINES.  Come and hear it.'! They claim it to be the best,musical  instrument in the world.  -iv  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E CRANE,  Agent also for Church and Parlor Organs  Also Fire and Life Insurance  Ollice in brick block opp. The Walker Press  Enderby Agtnt  Fire, Life, Accident  -----     INSURANCE "AGENCIES ~- ~":y  REAL ESTATE : X"\'      "  -    - Fruit  Land"'- .Hay Land  ���������������������������   ."',.. .",      .*     ,;, Town Loti        c >   r-  L  ' The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins! Co.'-./>...  -" The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London. . 4 JZ  - London-Lancashire Fire Insurance' Co Zr/rs  '���������������������������.',Royal InsuranceCo.^of Liverpool'(Lifc dept.-"'"::  _[.The London & Lancashire Guarantee^  Z ���������������������������- ' Accident Co., of Canada.. ir-- \j ���������������������������  W'j?������������������  ,-u. i    * .A. **  >    ,-, ^    rr7"  .������������������* ������������������/ y.'"-\ /,**.  ,.,-b!&^_:>/'������������������!-  .  ,���������������������������,. '    y^y  4V "'   "   >*$���������������������������*���������������������������-" "  " -ifir'-'^iV^F "ZFJ.  vgffLa^  ���������������������������j -e.-jf:,*i-*%  "        ^.      ij     s-l~i=!������������������  u,         ��������������������������� !������������������*ij.      1 j-la  BELL BLOCK. -ENDERBY  , ^yzz  MUCH needed;  nevertheless  is- a.-prospect- of sweeping  : There  changes in the personnel "of the public school' staff if the  Education Department insists that B. C. teachers  'must at once take a physical culture  course. "The'' salaries now"paid in  this Province are not .so attractive,  compared with the prairie provinces,  as they once were, and many of our  teachers would prefer to accept posi-  medicinal virtues and���������������������������whisper this��������������������������� .. _���������������������������. .    . An^���������������������������+���������������������������         o    1   \ 1  . _    tions in   Alberta   or    Saskatchewan  p      W?^j3 I  :r      _   "���������������������������.*>���������������������������  ���������������������������t. z_-i-.  -  can set the person - partaking sufficiently of it on one of the gloriest of  glorious jags. And what is best of  all, the intoxicated * person experiences no after effect, but, on the contrary wakes up in -the morning with  a^feeling^that^-makes^him^want^to-go-  out and' sing with the meadow larks.  Here is the way to make it: "Pick  2 quarts of dandelion flowers; add 1  gallon of water, and boil 20 minutes.  Strain and add 3 lemons (grate the  rind), 4 cups of granulated sugar;  boil 20 minutes- and strain. When  cool" add a teaspoonful of yeast. Let  stand_to .ferment,,10_days*,_thcn._bot:.  tie.     Drink sparingly.  There are    many more things tbat  end in smoke than tobacco.  Idle Money  If you have a few hundred  or a itvt thousand dollars  that is htte, you cau put it to  work earning you good interest by placing a Money to  Loan Ad. \n our Classified  Want Columns.  People with gUt-edge collateral often require ready  cash and will pay good interest for it. Put your money  to work.  rather" than be" compelled to spend'  the coming holiday in attendance at  a gym.���������������������������Fernie Free Press.  Cypress or Burning Bush, for  summer and fall effects. Vicks  Asters, as advertised last week.  Lobelia and Pyrethrum for edging.  -Velvet Trumpets ancl 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  SYNOPSIS OF COAL M1NINC REGULATIONS  Coal mining, rights of tha-Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory," 'tht  Northwest .Territories" and a portion .  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty- ~  one years at an annual rental of.|1  an acre.. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to on������������������ applicant. ;.  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 applied,, for are'  situated.'  In surveyed territory the land must  be_descri bed _by__flections._or^,legal_.  LADIES!  Inthe 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  days, or Presentation Bouquets  for concerts, etc. Realizing this,  I hive 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  The Greenhouses ARMSTRONC  sub-divisions of sections, and in ub  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be acton?-  panied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if tbe rights applied for are  <iot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five.cents per ton. . .    , .,   , ,  " The "person ~opcr"ating~thVmine~"shair  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the "full quantity of  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.  Thc lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surfaco 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  thc 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   EGGS  AT  HOME?  Pun 3 layinff Btrain, pedigreed and bred forXI yeiirn  for pkrs alone, 15,000: Mothers of the contest  pullets now ������������������t' Victoria. Pen A, ten pullets, full  ni������������������ten to pen in contest, M.OO lier set. Pen G,  ordinary. /2,00per setting. Order early, inquiries  <-omingr by evtry mail.  H. E. WABY. ENDERBY. B. C. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 12, 1913  -Dru-Go.  White Mi  fmii  The most refreshing and serviceable tooth wash on the  market. Try a tube and you  will at once realize its splendid  qualities.  OOOOOOOO CKfrKXK>00-0-CK>CK><>CK>  A. REEVES  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every   Thursday at   Kmionby, B.C. at  $2 per year, uy tne Walker Press.  Ayvcrtisiiiir Kates; Transient, 50c an inch lirst  iiisci Liun, 2uc eacn subsequent insertion. Gon-  irueL iiuverusin;;, $1 an uiuii per luunui.  L<&ul lN'jlicus: 12c a line nrsiiiuseruon; be a lint.  L-acn .suijactiucnL msurUun.  Kc-.iuuiv >\*ucco anu JLuealo: lie a lint.  JUNE 12, 1913  FOOD VALUE OF MILK AND .\1MAT  ������������������������������������������������������������������������ i*iiTii*i T 1*11*11*1 T i*  * i* T i*i T i*iiTii*i T /bit A.tiA ������������������.  Im TIMING POSSIBILITIES!  4* <������������������^:*4~:*^:*^:**h^:^WwH**m������������������^h������������������ %  Druggist & Stationer  ClifT St.  Knderhy  PROFESSIONAL  G.  l/WILLIAMS  Dominion nnd  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block  Enderby, B.C.  r\R. H. W. KEITH,  Oflice hours:   Forenoon,  9 to 10:30  Afternoon. 3 to A  Eveninjr. t>:30 to 7-.M  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and Georc;eSts. ENDERHY  "C1NDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  ,      MISS WARWICK. Proprietress  Maternity Fees, $20 per wtek  Fees covering ordinary illness, S2.50porday.  & END Ell BY, B.C.  MUSIC  P.  W. CHAPMAN  "   P. 0. Box 139, Enderby.  Visits or receives pupils for Piano, Oi'K.in, Violin,  Sinking and Theory of Music, Etc.  Courses for the Canudian   or UriLish Academy  GxiiminulionH  SECRET  SOCIETIES  II. E. BLANCHARD  W. AI.  A.F.&.A.M.  Enderby Loilvro No. 40  Regular meetings tin.'.  Thursday on or after thc  full moon at 3 p. m. ip Oddfellows Hall. Vifcilrnn  brethren eordially invficd.  WALTKR ROBINSON  Secretary  Compared with other food of a  comparable character, that is, considering milk vs. meats, they both  being animal products and1 easy to  digest, we lind that after the 15 per  cent, bone has been cut out and the  50 per cent, water figured out of  meats, the real, the actual food is  very expensive. The Montreal Star  presents these figures showing the  price cost of one pound of digestible  food:  Kind of food Price   Cost  Porterhouse    steak,    lb $0.30   $0.80  Round    steak,  To   20      .64  Hamburg steak,  lb  20      .60  Eggs, per doz     -.30       .85  Skim milk, per <it 02������������������     .14  Whole milk, per qt 08      .32  The actual food in skim milk at 2_  cents per quart costs less than one-  fourth as much as common round or  hamburg steak, ancl ordinary market  milk at even S cents a quart, costs  less than one-half as much as smoked  ham at 25 cents a pound, while even  certified milk at 15 cents a quart  costs, less per pound of actual food  than ham or steak.  Babies must have milk, good clean  milk, while we adults can go without  meat. How foolish, yes", criminally  ignorant we are then to stint the  young child on milk while indulging  ourselves on meats.  As a matter of fact���������������������������and the writer  challenges the consumer to disprove  or show any essential inaccuracy .in  these    figures: When    porterhouse  steak sells at 30 cents per pound,  milk is worth 20 cents a quart; when  round.steak sells' at - 20' cents a pound  milk is worth- 16J- cents a quart;  when eggs sell at 30 cents a dozen,  milk is worth 25 cents a quart.  Enderby is the first town to be met  with in the Okanagan Valley, and  it should also claim to receive tlie  foremost consideration, and secure  for itself thc first impression of all  visitors to this country. Being immeasurably nearer to the main line  than others of its class/ it has thus  an asset that ensures it the very  first regard as a farming centre, and  also as a commercial, manufacturing  and distributing point.  As to Enderby's farming capabilities  these have for many years been  known and abundantly proved. The  nature of its farming powers may he  classed under three heads: mixed,  dairy and fruit farming. In all  these branches it 'offers notable advantages t������������������o those understanding the  value of persistent labor and are  content with regular and fair returns.  In dairying, however, it would seem  that the nature of the country and  its climate would present even fuller  benefits than those reaped from the  other lines. In growing root and  market produce, crops cannot be  excelled.'  ... ^W-h~I-H-W-*W-*W~H**:-K**K������������������ W������������������ ���������������������������>  ���������������������������!��������������������������� ...        ...        _.        ..... J.  I nut.  * -r-K-WH**  Apples Possible to Grow ������������������  -:~K~W-K-X*4~'M***������������������������������������ %  CLUB MEN IN POLICE COURT  I. 0. 0. F.  5j*a=������������������/  Eureka LodRe, No. 50  Meets every Tuesday evening at So'clock, in 1. O.  O. F. hall. Metcalf block.    Visiliiijr brothers al-  ways    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY.   N. C.  HOWARD LOGAN. V. G.  R.E. WHEELER, Sec'y,  J. B. GAYLORD. Treas.  Charged with assault, several prominent clubmen of Vancouver ''appeared  in the Police Court there last week.  It appears that Mr. G. K.  Williams,  a member of the Western Club,  said  some things about Mr. Reginald Gardom in a   committee    meeting of the  Club   which   it is claimed  led  to   the  latter   being   "blackballed"   when  his  application   for   admission  came  up. j  The    matter    was   heard   in the  Supreme Court in    an    action for libel,  in which Mr.  Gardom was unsuccessful.     Later Mr.  Williams  was called  by  'phone    to    appear   at   the club  rooms,   and  he    went thither  accompanied by a friend.      As hc alighted  from the car and    was proceeding to  =-Uie=eki b���������������������������r-oom=h g=-w  In its apple 'growing Enderby may  be said' to stand supreme.   Here is a  line which no    competitors can beat,  in the   firmness    and,general quality  of the fruit, and is one which is ever  increasingly productive.      Tins apple,  as all know, needs a cool and vigorous climate, with natural moisture in  a hillside air.     Here all combine to  make the apples of  Enderby a temptation in themselves.     Its winter apples     are   well    known' as the apple  "that stands up best," and once eaten  are  never.. to    be    forgotten  for  aroma,  flavor,    juice and general excellence.     The storing'of these fruits,  the last picked   in the.-fall, deserves  special" care, and by placing them in  trays,'with proper spaces, they may  be   preserved - throughout    the year,  and, kept in this way, are ready'at  any time to be put on the market at  a time when the price is highest.  Bank of'Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. O. M-. 3.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Prcsideni,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 30th  June and 31st December.'";*'..  .������������������������������������������������������:NDERBY BRANCH A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  NEWSPAPER LAW  AMENDED  ENDERBY   LODGE  No..'(.'). K. of P.  Meets every Monday  evenin jj  in K.of P. Hall.   Vinitoi-H cordially invited to attend.  JOHN BURNlIAM.C.e.  C. E.STR1CKLANID, K.ll.S.  T. E. 1 JODIE. M.F.  Hall MiitnblefarCoucurt.it, Dances and all public  ontortainmentH.    For rales, etc.. i'ddrr-sB.  T   E. RODIE. Enderby  POLITICAL  PN DERBY   CONSERVATIVE  u ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, II. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  DOWNHAM &  GILDEMEESTER  CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS  ENDERBY, B.C.  Estimates  ancl    drawings  submitted  cheerfully  Furniture  made  to  order  On C/iflT Streef near George  Gardom who knocked him down with  it blow in the face. His friend interceded and Mr. Basil Gardom and Mr.  O. A. Ij. Payne came up and held the  friend. Reginald       Gardom     was  charged with assault and Basil Gardom and Mr. Payne were held as accessories.  ayne were  f  'CihTNG  AH ROAD' FOR BUTTER"  The newspaper   law has been again  amended so that it protects the publisher more than  formerly.     Anyone  taking the paper from the postoffice,  whether they have ordered it or not,  becomes liable for payment for same  unless it is marked "Specimen Copy"  or  "Sample  Copy."   Another amend-:  ment is that no subscriber to a newspaper can stop same or refuse it at  the postoffice   unless   they have paid  up all that is owing on it.  in  "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 froni Michigan, he' calls nis  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the.ex-,  cellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledfirc.)  A street is being cut vthrough on  the west side of the Barnes city  ���������������������������met=by=Mr-^Tpr-oper-ty=an(l-=-tlie^^clir-t=thcrefrom=is-  being used to fill the street on the  north side of the recreation grounds.  Thc new homes on the Barnes' addition have been greatly improved  this season, and the appearance of  that splendid building site has been  greatly added to.  There is-- not a district on God's  green earth better adapted for dairying than that about lOndcrby, and,  yet. do yon know, our farmers do  not produce enough butter to supply  tbe home market. Our merchants  sell New Zealand butter to their customers. And now wo see in a Col-  villo paper that $52,000 a year of  Canadian moncy will come every year  to that town, as a result of a contract just made by the Old Dominion  Creamery of Colville, Wash., to furnish a firm in Nelson, B.C., with 3000  pounds of butter every week. The  price is not stated, but we'll venture  it is one that if offered to the dairymen of B. C. would be turned down  as utterly impossible and entirely  out of the question.  Let us take you for an auto ride  in the country. You will go farther  in an hour or two than you could go  in a day with a double rig, and in  parties, the cost is not great. Get  up a party and let us know about it.  Mack & Mann's garage, Enderby.  A .correspondent from .Trinity...Valley says thc roadwork on the Endcr-  by-Trinity Valley road has not begun for tlie season, as a branch road  to connect settlers with it (much  needed) is being constructed. "People kcep coming in," he says, "and  one settler has brought in GO Angora  goats. There are also more teams  and swine ln the valley."  King Edward Hotel,  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  Fix up your House, Barn,  "ana^OutButlHlngs  This year about 7,000 carloads of  apples will be shipped from Wenatchee, Wash., and 5,000 from the Yakima district.  some   specials in lumber while they last :  2x4       -       -       -       $13.00  Drop Siding   -       -        10.00  .. Lath  -   per thousand   2.00,  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������d.rby  Here are  No. 2,  4,  2  ������������������  ������������������  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;  I 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; $4,000, on terms.  85  garden;  some fruit  Enderby; price,  $65  acres with G-roomed house; 12 acres cleared; good  trees; good water; all good land; 2?.- miles from  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.  PoBt Office Block, Enderby if  Thursday, June 12, 1913  THE ENDRR13Y PRESS ANL) WALKER'S WEEKLY  X  |^"#  Ir." . ~~   -  ~  lv          -   '  1  P   --.-    .  ���������������������������.-���������������������������* *               J>  \\/yy,:  V  ���������������������������f, ~  .,  \\ V..- - ������������������L2?  >--. t * "^ -^ "���������������������������"  ���������������������������Vj        -      -������������������  ' -tji- j- f*-^  J -.iJ'Ujr'Uw    ET, .������������������ ~l<  Wv-^   **     - _  C   ���������������������������**)    "^r  ?"\'r   j, n "  3. -**>-  ffV"~  5 .T,rj-t-  I ,* ���������������������������>   '   /���������������������������  W*'\ :  - V   Jl  Have you been thereyet?   If not; then ''dpy.hoiwj^ie-':ybnt  . time and money buying- HARDWARE; elsewhere  // //; -X 7^zX^X  *,  ���������������������������" '-    r/y ���������������������������-^  %iZ^X"^yXyLfA  JfcEafiBfWHB3PffiS;ffi5ffi^^3E   L. i .1-'. Zk*������������������3Z-- ".  4 -1���������������������������'4"������������������.4i>~V ^  4     *-,������������������, r>-    Zp/  'j  ."v.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������nmiiiiHHB - *. ^  ���������������������������>--!,-     _- -p.   .    - ������������������    i-1   J,J.������������������----j.-���������������������������      -iTii -j--- a^ ������������������-- -''  ���������������������������j"  /     ^   ". yZ" "'-"/*��������������������������� y *?" _ -" - ,"   "--j-f. :?*i ff'--."/if ."f"?  It/-  lvyy  w yitS^y *  Being Sold at and Below Cost. There is NO RESERVE on this stock  yJZ  -1 ^.. -^r(- a.* f*1"  'yfi     ���������������������������-*.   5 I jj r' I  cam. ij&."xtj idM*i&������������������a ���������������������������  JMfvl^fcASl  -a^-jfnyWrjl  '^4������������������l,y.A^vrS,  ���������������������������a- jr������������������v? ^V-tSI  *������������������L'kt* *~y7??7? ���������������������������  /^ZTbifi/jK, ���������������������������fjl'j21  -, ���������������������������^ ,= -?Vv' * ' J* >&��������������������������� I  : ^"iSrfl  iiKiCi-'fii&ii  ****'4^ * f-f^-*- szysz i  . ^,4��������������������������� ,-* wj,y4 .,J I  W4.������������������--.������������������l-������������������|  'X -zXm  U/'sz/yJAgl  yJi,Sy.%s",  . i~ i ^ .* i  ���������������������������-. Zi -~. ^?4Cr I  Our'Sale has-just .started  and -yet-the  Goods~ are- going-out/at "the rate -o'f- $500 'per *- day-. --������������������ There isa reason~for this^/^/  The goods are the "very best.  / The Prices are Rock Bottom, and OUR SALE "IS GENUINE;   ' The whole stoclris one^huge : f/:-,, yy:M  bargain from the day the sale opened until it closes, SATURDAY, JULY 12th.-'     REMEMBER-THE DATE AND-PLACE.  |/7^^j^|  iSr^t  ��������������������������� l      'J"        fl  rms^^^Km^m-r^^s^^s^^^^^s^^ii^m^  Tents, all sizes, 25 per cent discount.     Game Traps and Sporting Goods, 25 per cent, off >  :,     m^Ff!m8!}^l^SSSaeLiliS!ilS  :���������������������������������������������Jsr.-y-rti^K^wvyi''*'*  wsstmsc^maavmvamxmnmsmms^^  Silverware and Cutlery, 35 per cent. off.  Maple Leaf, Prince Rupert and Atkins' Saws at 68c per loot.  Sherwin-Williams Paints^at ?2.40 per gallon:  Waeer Motor Washing Machines, $13 to .$16.-   -  8-point Shurloy & Deitrich hand saws, $1.65 each.  Refrigerators, $8.50 to $12.GO each; 'only a few left.  Oil and Gasoline Stoves AT COST���������������������������$6.50 to $9.50.  Picks, Forks and Shovels, 25 per cent off.  Building Papers and Felt Roofings; 25 por cent oil.  Q      Planet Junior Cultivators, $4 each.  Garden Swings, $4* each.  Builders' Hardware, 25 per cent. off.  Granitcwaro7"25���������������������������per^contT"offr"   "  Barh Wire, $3.75 per hundred pounds.  Crockery and Lamps, 25 per cent off.  Wringers, 25 per cent off.  Hand-power Washers, $9 to $12 each.  CLEVELAND BICYCLES,' $37 each.  Baby Carriages, $7.50 each: ' "  '.   -  !^*Wa������������������3w.&JSr^^  Stoves and Ranges, 20 per cent off.  Axes and Handles, 25 per cent off.  One Cream Separator, $10.00.  zyyui  'ill  ��������������������������� 1  THOUSANDS  OF  SMALL  ARTICLES THAT ARE NEEDED IN EVERY HOME.     THESE ARE ALL ON SALE AT PRICES THAT   ARE LOWER  THAN THEY CAN BE BOUGHT FROM ANY CATALOGUE HOUSE IN CANADA.  mMHwmraffl&aMKM^^ -  Sale Lasts Uni  ly 12th only.  elay  TERMS   OF   SALE   ARE   jDASH  mm\mwamm<immimwi  *-*i������������������tfvV>>><Wfrfa/iV.R%fJ**r  mvmmmmm THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 12, 1913  a*i!Sg������������������S5������������������E������������������SE3gZ5San������������������g^^  m^^M&tfg&tt&t  ZC-X&ij %}2b������������������fc &%.*! '.L.'.,  M,       tBsdW    ������������������SK>i UWlBSS'      ***<���������������������������������������������*������������������  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:  loops, and you will see  the sections which are  taken up, and those  open to Settlement  '..   *>'.**���������������������������--���������������������������:  -  _^,  "* *                                                          ,       v-"                                                       <���������������������������*         '    '  /-w_          i ������������������������������������������������������<��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� <:  -���������������������������*,-������������������ ^           ^ ���������������������������   *    ,**   ���������������������������;-,;.���������������������������,���������������������������..���������������������������,    ,,  -T-                                     A,        '     -         ���������������������������            ^   "i    -   -                                ���������������������������" *  - >ifC ������������������. ' J       --**"   ""���������������������������"V v****���������������������������     * ������������������ *���������������������������r" "���������������������������***"     -   r *"-   "���������������������������"'*" ������������������������������������������������������������������������-*;  r-   ���������������������������  *������������������  "...  ^    *-    /                                        ������������������,������������������.,���������������������������              - *                                                -���������������������������J     ���������������������������-  ^  r*; "' '  ������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������'/��������������������������������������������� '.,, \7yX *r^/y-t, r,.' ���������������������������  ' . ��������������������������������������������� -ii   '���������������������������'JhrZi^Y. ~:T-J ."   "*'- *$&���������������������������>*���������������������������+<*-. ,' '\.'vU  - ^    (   .   -  *     "���������������������������  -        ���������������������������--"M*     ,LJ.������������������.M.     J    KrfUlTf     "������������������'        '            I        *      ������������������r'                   -        ^     '-.���������������������������*..-  One of the pleasures of life in this district  ':<lii&Jfr������������������%  ���������������������������  Z���������������������������'' 'yZ->r'zZ-&&iA    ���������������������������  '-."-   Vli-'-'-J-zPiiiSr-  '���������������������������-"#V  ��������������������������� *G> i*'  J  1  Showing the characlcr of the surrounding country  The pleasures of Fishing abound here  ^pHERE   is   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  I  Tmieh="t-h���������������������������it="h e^m-a-y���������������������������u-ttl-i-ze���������������������������f m���������������������������hi s���������������������������be-R-efrfe  XT.11V.L ���������������������������   if���������������������������you-do-not���������������������������want���������������������������to-go-on-to-v-ir-g^n-land^t-here-are-  thousands  of acres of   developed and partly developed land which can be bought at very reasonable rates  near   Enderby.  . 4 k-    4irt*       Prii^rii, ....J.i       .4   ,*{:,,ii,rif*lw^vir.2-?-~   .,  ;*.,.    ,-.' .   .v.-    , ,**���������������������������-,   ���������������������������'.: yf-j-l'" %^-&,>!tf*(W*iv'..'���������������������������"  ENDERBY, the  Home Town of the Okanagan  Ea^jjssasKEefflKB^ f  J  Thursday, June 12, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AflD WALKER'S WEEKLY  3 0  DAYS  Sale Prices  \  are for  Cash Only  [i  3 i  il-'  J?   ���������������������������"     *  to be Gteared  Regardless of Cost, at the Poison Mercantile Co.'s Store, Enderby, comprising Dry Goods,  Clothing and Gent's Furnishings, Boots & Shoes, Hardware, Crockery and Groceries, etc.  j  utie  1'  1  - ������������������Wr: -h X  MR> POLSON HAVING DECIDEprTO REORGANIZE .HIS BUSINESS IN ENDERBY, HAS 'GIVEN,* INSTRUCTIONS TO ^CLEAR THOUS-r;  ANDS OF DOLLARS' WORTH OF HIS UP-TO-DATE  STOCK AT ^TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS.   ,.;EVERYTHING INi-THISfBIGlsTpCK^WUiLji  BE ON SALE.      \NO PLUGGED PRICES! ^SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY iBACK;,     SALE-PRICESWILLlBE^MARKED/; PLAINLY  ON:>:  w< - RED TICKETS.- ''. WATCH" FOR'THEM J -';' :, JLX]'^XiXX7X7 'X ^X:'7X'X7^77X7  ;.':,  777'''/ y'7y. *  X *z'  ** C '*../:  IV *.  ,-     tT  I  fatt..i ^"V.9  /  i  -j. <> -1.1  Read this List of Bargains, only a few of tiie Many we wUl^offer  ig Sale ^;> ,-*\T:* ^4>  PRY    GOODS  500 yds 34-in FLANNELETTE, fancy stripe; regular, 17c;  SALE ......   12}c  30 Pieces Scotch Ginghams, in plain or fancy check'; regular, 15c; Sale  lie  150 yards Bleached Sheeting; regular 35c to 40c;     SALE PRICE    38c  200 yards Fancy   Dress Muslins; reg. 35c to   50c;       SALE   PRICE 25c  100 Pairs Turkish.Towels; regular, 35c;    SALE PRICE    25c  50 Pairs Turkish Towels; regular, 50c      SALE PRICE     35c  200 yards Victoria Lawn; regular, 15c      SALE PRICE     10c  -10^Pieces=Colored^Pongee=Silkrwgurarf^75c=^SALE^PRICE*'* *.    48e==  100 Dozen Pearl Buttons; regular, 10c dozen;     SALE   PRICE     ,5c  20 Ladies' Wash Underskirts; regular $1.00;     SALE PRICE     65c  80 Pairs Flanelette Sheets, large size; reg. $2.00;        SALE PRICE...   11.45"  Shop  and  Avoid  "The"  Rush  Men's Shoe Bargains  f-Tfpfl  "> yy  r- r'\VM  "z-.-yyi**-  1 .'r~3- -*,������������������4XSi|  ��������������������������� .If, - -  !-''.'>j'i  'Jy.  t~i z. .''-^^'hi  yy/zfZ\  -������������������������������������������������������>. iyi^rii  yy'~\ Zt/i  </}yZJZy ������������������1  ZZL-~-^Zfy������������������\  ���������������������������'"������������������--y/ 'J&  *���������������������������-' ���������������������������y\-%^-Ji,'  "i"-l>'l J-Vz'*/*-  ",-,' cV"  ���������������������������vt*    ^ir ���������������������������*  98 Pairs Invictus Oxfords, Black or Tan; regular $5.50 to"|6;' SALE. 4.45 .  173 Pairs Men's Invictus Lace Shoes, Black or" Tan; reg.'|6 !ft.|6.50..: ���������������������������4:90.:  60-Pairs Men's Calf Bluchers; worth $4.50;:' SALE PRICE['/iXX.LiX $3.10  38 Pairs Men:s Oil Tan Bluchers;, reg. $3.75;   " SALE PRICE ;.'...;'.    2.7&1  LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SHOE SPECIALS  30 Pairs Invictus   Oxfords; regular, $4.50;       SALE   PRICE ".    2.95  39 Pairs Calf Bluchers; regular $3.00;      SALE PRICE ....:....... .'   2!25  ^49=Pair8^Strap=Slippers;-regular-up-to-$2T00;���������������������������SALE-PRICE .......���������������������������������������������������������������������������������K25~  33 Pairs Children's White Canvas Oxfords; regular,   $1.50; SALE   95c  63 Pairs Child's Dongola Lace Shoes, Black or   Tan; reg. $1.25; Sale 95c  25 Pairs Boys' Crome Bluchers reg. $3-00; SALE PRICE   2.25  20 Pairs Boys' Crome Bluchers, reg. $2.50;     SALE PRICE  f. 1.90  'j, r *r  Slaughter in 20th Century  CLOTHING FOR MEN        ^  15 Men's Suits;" regular" $12.00-^..^T~8ALB PRICE     7.75  16 Men's Suits; regular $15.00     SALE   PRICE     9.85  20 Men's Suits; regular $20.00  -  SALE PRICE     14.90  36 Men's Suits; regular $25.00     SALE PRICE     18.45  29"Men's Suits; regular 28.00     SALE PRICE     21.00  32 Men's Suite; regular 35.00     SALE PRICE     26.00  31 Men's Blue Serge Suits; reg. $25.00;    SALE PRICE    18.45  Gents' Furnishings  200 Negligee Shirts, all colors; reg. $1.25 to $1.50;     SALE PRICE...   95c  6 dozen Men's Black Sateen Shirts; regular   $1.00;  SALE PRICE ...   75c  7 Dozen Working Men's Shirts; reg. $1.25;     SALE   PRICE     95c  15 Dozen Men's Socks, Black or Tan; reg. 20c; SALE PRICE  2 for 25c  10 Dozen Men's Cashmere Socks; reg.N35c;     SALE PRICE     25c  25 Dozen Men's Balbfiggan Underwear; regular 65c;   SALE PRICE    45c  6 Dozen Muleskin Gloves, to clear at ......;.......   40c  15 Dozen Men's Soft Felt Hats;; reg. .$1:50 to $1.75f     SALE PRICE...   95c  300 Pairs odd at Clearing Prices.       25 Boys' Suits a:most given away.  n  Almost Given Away: Hardware  25 Granite Tea jand Coffee Pots; jegular, 75c,__.__SALB__PRICE ...:.;���������������������������;_45c.  " lO.Tea "Kettles, all"sizes; regular, $1.25;      SALE    PRICE   75c  9 Double-Boilers, all sizes;  regular, $1.35 to   $1.50;      SALE   90c  15 Bake Pans, all sizes, regular $1.00r,      SALE PRICE   70c  2 Dpzen Pie Plates, regular 25c; SALE PRICE   15c  3 Dozen Milk Pans; regular, $25c;       SALE    PRICE   17c  6 large Sprinkling Cans; regular, 75c;      SALE PRICE   45c  AS WE ARE GIVING UP THIS DEPARTMENT,  EVERYTHING SLAUGHTERED.  GROCERY SPECIALS  50 cases TOMATOES, regular 20c tin      SALE PRICE .'    15c  50 cases PEAS, regular 20c tin;       SALE    PRICE        15c  25 cases BEANS, regular 15c tin        SALE PRICE   2 for 25c  150 5-pound tins Wagstafl's Pure Jam, all flavors, regular $1.25; Sale   95c  25 cases White Swan Laundry Soap,      SALE PRICE 30 bars for $i.00  Estra Choice Evaporated Pears and Apricots, reg. 20c* lb; Sale, 2 for 25c  Choice White Figs or Prunes, extra Special  ..3 lbs for ,25c  200 pounds Royal Blend Tea, regular 50c;.       SALE PRICE     40c  300 20-Ib bags Granulated Sugar       SALE PRICE     $1.25  SALE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY  IV       ."ST  V  v, -������������������'���������������������������&  n  I  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 12, 1918  THE   ALWAYS  UNIFORM FLOUR  Maintains its HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY. Each  Sack contains flour that will act like the last sack and  always give you GOOD results in BREAD baking. We  exercise no end of CARE in CLEANING aud WASHING  wheat, and also in milling our 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.  Demonstrating What Can Be Done  With Australian Winter Apples  Then bring your CASH to our store and let us  show you what we can do for you. We can  do as well for you as anyone, and you will find  clean value in everything we sell you, whether  in Groceries, Crockery, Dry Goods, or Hardware.    TRY IT.  WM. WOODS, Enderby, B; C.  SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFER  UP to and including. June 31st, we will allow a special  advance subscription rate of $1.50 per year to������������������all  subscribers who bring any arrears up to date, and pay for  the year in advance.  All arrearB 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.  The "Oliver Typewriter  Is recognized to be the strongest built Machine  on the market; it will last a lifetime, and will  always do satisfactory work. It is the Typewriter that leadsall other in the number of sales.  It should be in every home where there are  growing boys and girls; familiarity with its use  " will" "make   them" "business  men "and" women" ~  For  Information, apply to  The Walker Press      Enderby, B.C.  ACJKNTS  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  Six years   ago   Mr. T.  R.   Skelton  came to this   district from England.  He brought with him a love for the  beautiful applied prartically, a superabundance    of    enthusiasm   and    the  energy and will to make his enthusiasm    count.      He   located   upon   a  part of the Old    Steel place, Hulcar.  The first thing    he did was to build  himself    a    commodious home,   with  barns   and    stables    to match.     All  were   artistically   painted,   and    the  grounds   about    them    kept  systematically clean.     Then came the rose  garden and    the   beds    of perennials  and- wild    flowers    and   vines taken  from the hills and valleys and transplanted    there   where   he could give  .them care.    - In   a year or two his  home became the show-place .of that  section.      He  was   demonstrating the  possibilities of the district in a simple though most effective way.     And  all the while he was doing this in the  flower garden,    he   was .-planning and  planting  on   a    commercial basis in  the orchard, -where he now has thirty  three acres "into apple trees and small  fruits.        Mr.-   Skelton    has   experimented with the various varieties of  goose-berries    and    currents until he  believes he has secured the varieties  best suited    to   his    locality, * both  from the standpoint   of markets and  quantity and- quality"!      He is also'as the result of his experiments.  giving    the     possibilities)    of   grape  growing a thorough try-out.  In apples, Mr. Skelton has gone  beyond the local requirements in thc  matter of varieties. Being well-  posted on the apple favorites on thc  Old Country markets, and also the  Australian market, he imported a  number of these varieties from Australia to try them out in his orchard  with the object of eventually filling  up on the variety which gave the  best results. The Cleopatra, Stur-  mer Pippin and Jubilee varieties, all  great Old Country favorites, he finds  will not produce commercially in his  district, but Munro's Favorite, one  of the best, if not the best, apple on  the Australian market, and in the  greatest demand, he finds. is. the  strongest and best-growing tree he  has planted. He sees no reason why  this variety should not become the  best-growing winter apple in this district, and believes the day will come  when it will replace many of the  winter varieties known here." He  has tried them under all conditions  and finds them to excel most of thc  winter varieties locally known.  Mr. Skelton deserves a great deal  of credit for the demonstration work  he has undertaken and carried out,  and we hope from time to time to  tell of' the ��������������������������� success   he has met with  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  FOR SALE���������������������������$45 Columbia Grapho-  phone, in first-class condition, and  $20 worth of records; price $25  cash. Also stumping machine,  driving bobs and light wagon. Many  other articles, dirt cheap. We arc  moving and must sell. Rosoman  ranch, Grindrod.  FOR SALE���������������������������One 3-year-old heifer,  Holstein-Jcrsey; just in. Price, $80.  A. M. Baird, Enderby.  WANTED���������������������������Situation in small family  by competent woman. Apply Box  92, Enderby. j5-2t _  COW FOR SALE,  derby.  J.. F. Moore, En-  J5-4t  THEN AND NOW  In 1893 the Liberal party of Canada expressed the facts as they stand  true today, when, assembled in convention at Ottawa, they passed the  following resolution: . "The present  constitution of the Senate is incon-  sistent with the Federal principle in  our system of government, and is in  other, respects defective, as it makes  the Senate independent of the people,  and" uncontrolled- by the public opin:  ion of the country,-and should be so  amended as to bring it into harmony  with- the principles* of popular government."  "Those who dance have,to pay the  fiddler." "Who"pays the rest of the'  orchestra, pa?"  CITY OF ENDERBY  Department of Public Health  Notice to  Householders  SWAT THE RIGHT ONE  The house fly has appeared. If he  would remain in the house, the Fernie Free. Press thinks his presence  would not be so unwelcome, but he  has not been entirely domesticated,  and his excursions abroad,, together  with the .plunder that he accumulates  tend, to lessen the cordiality- of his  welcome. ' Don't -worry" about swatting the fly. "Go out and swat-your,  neighbor who" has a' pile of garbage  in his back" "yard. "Swat him with a  complaint, and '.information,'at-the  police, office if necessary.- Swat, the  man who keeps horses, or cows, and  leaves> piles of rotting manure behind  his. stable. v Swat yourself. Probably you. could find a good excuse if  you examined your own premises  closely: -"   "*  FOR SALE���������������������������Berkshire pigs, registered stock; five weeks old; males  and   females.     W.   J. Fenton,    En-  - derby. j5-2t  FOR SALE���������������������������Three acres of ' bench  and flat 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:  . 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. -  If you  .INFECTIOUS DISEASES  NOTICE   is   hereby given that it  is provided in Sec.'83 of the "Health  Act" that whenever any householder  knows or suspects,  or has reason to  know or suspect, that any person in  his family or household has measles,  whooping-cough, mumps or any other  contagious or    infectious disease,  he  shall,  within    24    hours of the" time  such  disease is    known or suspected  to exist,  give    notice thereof to the  Mcdical=-Health=-Officer-=of--the-munw  cipality in' which he reside.s, such notice either to be given personally at  the office of the Medical Health Officer, or by a communication addressed  to him and   duly    mailed within the  time above specified.     And it as further 'provided in Sec.  Ill of the said  Act that any householder refusing or  neglecting so   to _notify_the_Medical  Health   Officer   shall   thereby render  himself liable to a fine not exceeding  one hundred dollars, with or without  costs,  or to    imprisonment,  with or  without hard   labor, for a term not  exceeding six months, or to both fine  and  imprisonment   in   the discretion  of the convicting court.  By Order of the Health Committee.  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN,       f���������������������������. - .. ~     ,        ,  -- ���������������������������  ~  city cicrk.' Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.  ->-������������������������������������������������������'-' ���������������������������- --*-.,     . _ 'g  CLEANING, PRESSING & REPAIR-  ing;.1 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."*   ���������������������������   '       ���������������������������   "  ALL KINDS. GARDEN    WORK done,  by John" Gardener,    landscape and  "jobbing gardener,   -.-y,'-'������������������������������������������������������'-' 'y/'Z-'.-'-  FOR SALE���������������������������Rough and dimension'  lumber.; At-mill, or delivered.- A.^  Tomkinson," Enderby. "    '   *,  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of,  -  wide experience,    has  removed her  dressmaking   parlors    to ..the Mat-  - thews house, on    Cliff Sti, west of  George. "  to sell  List it with me.  If-you want-to  buy land, see me.  My mmw booklet descriptive of tho Mara T>\������������������.  trlet is now out.   GET   ONE,  Cha������������������. W. Little  ANNOUNCEMENT  HAVING TAKEN OVER THE HARNESS BUSINESS OF F. R.  PROSSER, I AM OPENING UP WITH AN UP-TO-DATE LINE OF HARNESS, SADDLES, WHIPS, SPURS, AND EVERYTHING IN THE HARNESS LINE.  BRING  YOUR  REPAIRS.      THEY WILL BE DONE PROMPTLY.  ONLY THE BEST MATERIAL USED.  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St., Enderby  SEALED , TENDERS   -addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed- "Tender for Public   Building, Greenwood, ,  B. C," 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 office of Mr.  Wm. Henderson" Resident Architect,  Victoria, B.C., at the Post Office,  Greenwood, B.C., and at this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the   printed forms supplied,  ?JD^.?iSP**^..=!^itA.Al!leir.AcMnlL?lS^?" '  tures, 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 the firm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public -  Works, equal to 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.  i  ftl  I  -a  M  I  -1  4  ���������������������������H  1  /.


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items