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Enderby, B.C./- July 10, 1913.
7V61. 6; No. 19; Whole No. 279 y V
Locals of Home Events of Interest  .
Near Home and Far Away
Good morning1!   How's the whoops?
A" family line worth' talking about:
A clothes-line.   >
Each day you work is a preparation for the next. " '-
a visit to their eastern home.
The unpardonable-sin (in summer)
forgetting to close the screen door.-
Oliver "Harvey was a passenger, on
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society is preparing to serve meals" on
the'Recreation Grounds on July, 12th
and solicit the*-'help of any.one interested. The regular monthly meeting of the society "will be held at the
���������,._,,.;,-        . ���������    home of Mrs.   Ruttan    on Thursday
Many Enderbyites,    and   especially    ,, -_ ,       _,.       - ��������� ������������������    ��������� -
- ' .     '    . -, .afternoon  *July   17th,  at 2:30.���������Mrs.
'W. J; Woods, secretary.^ '     ~
Our : American' .citizens celebrated
the'glorious "ith/laih'/ Friday evening
Don't be a    villager���������be universal,
no matter where you live. '"*
the children,  enjoyed immensely seeing Utell's dog   circus   at '.the. Opera
Mrs.  Jas; Martin and child are on'House Monday-and Tuesday, evenings
enjoying'a visit,
Mrs." Gilroy, of
sufficiently   recovered    from    the leg |
-���������-.    ,-    fracture-.received"la'st-'winter;as;tobe!-::F;:.W?b4y '^as/taken charge, of-the
garden truck patrons' able'' to .discard- .the -crutch and 'cane^T ^.^T* ?otel garden property
si ���������
if '-
'   *    Mrs.- S. Poison is
- from her   daughter,
--    New York?-.���������     "���������"',*      _���������.,
- /     F.'Waby, supplied his~first*new po
tatbes" - to j his
"on Saturday.
'-'Tuesday, next ."will"be the last day
" for the /discount, of-10 per cent, on
"���������*   water rates,  ryz--  .    ~-\  V' - '-?;���������   /
., :\ "Mr. and^Mrs:  JasT'Evans and'fam-
z-y^-Mvr^. and3vMrs:^fMuttVrj'and^fainily,
/ ^"and-Mrr;--Jas.4.- ,Speers" left "for/Van-
/ l"rcouvert_Tuesday/evening' " ""-.- "- ��������� ��������� J
tt       \j,.   j>    v   ,���������" ^   * -tii-' -  -���������*,*' 7" *������. y^   .**.* ���������* * -���������
' ��������� "" ;^Missv Nicholson/ is*- speridirig^her "va-
' '> cation :"on ^a visit -to!, her'sister/ Mrs.
'"������������������A. E.-,Taylor,''End6rbyrv'j:    y '^i '���������
., . are taking part'in the\tennis tourna:
merit at'Penticton this week/- - ~ ~ n
/ -.- v Mr.  Varley, accountant at/(the' Un-
l    ion.Bank,...will, spend, his "summer Va-
. J:-'cation on-a visit to" the1 PrairieT J X~
- ������Dill Bros:, .'are   in receipt of. some
1/ swell window- cards - showing' the ex-
.4"* 44.4 .   J     .        - ���������������^ ������
-_ cellence of-the Hobberlin clothingv  y
- H -Miss M. White,- .who has, been stay-
"-,   ing with.her sister,- Mrs.- Rodiej_ left
* tjfor .England "on Monday afternoon.-"_
..A* Tomkinson    is-installing steam
. power at- his'  Deep    Creek mill this
-season, aiid will also add aplaner.
A. M.; Baird is    showing some fine
samples of  .Ferfection_-_red_currents.';
of "this ,week.      V  -,���������   ,. ���������;'   . ._ .
To accommodate the crowds which hy the]-customary    fire ���������- works, 'and
' ���������  - -  ���������     -������������������������������������-��������� "  neighborly" jollity/    It was too late
and too'-"dark to .fully- appreciate the
it hit the
and devious~;way -through"the atmosphere to    the"' rattle - 4 of the kettle
are expected on "Saturday,^-the-man
unver warvey was a passenger, on a^s of _the .Opera -House.will.-run _���������; ,r ---- --. ' -*-*���������-
the south train Wednesday from the-"a Icontiriuous, movingVpicture ;per-jthe- "hot-time','"brigade as
nnist"  "X"    .       ' ���������'     ''  "-/-    formance afternoon_>nd'evening. ''"" Wgh'-'spo'ts-and bored its' r
Local Orangemen Preparing to      --.- "j.
Make July 12th; an Enjoyable Dly
"���������"-""      ��������� i   -   --       ;--;- 4
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The-'many,' friends rof  "Willey"" Rr
Barrows   were "delighted -to" see"'him^j"""
-> r~ .    ,.'     ~   ���������        ,    .     'i    **-������-       .drum
this week. ... *y y "ry - "--;, r"" ,-;-.
.Dr., Atkinson- paid-his"^regular visit
to Enderby' this'"week,^and,reports'a
general^ cle
complaints 'which havelbeen..epidemic
and'fruit farm for Mr. P. H." Murphy.
On" this property'Mr. Waby will-*have
' *-* .-'��������� - ^  "-p-      "**-'-    *-    ���������."���������   ������y  ,-���������-
ample scope .to - show what he can do
io muucroy mis weeK, ana,reports-a - -   - - '-���������_ ,->," . . :>-,
general, clearing -"upVthe-children'sl111^^ garden ^in^the district^ and^hi
coiriplaintV'which havelbeenueildemiclff-c2X������??el;Mi^
���������   M.l   ll     -
S'Mr.' F:';Coiin"Suttofi.^rdiidilewTOd: hiX-'.toi���������*^/ -	
jfcnd<W ::"Eng.>^afrived ^n* Enderby 'the-Bhow>gar.den.r pf'the district
Wednesday'morning. ~ He'.waslmet'by,
Mrf Skelton,"J6f_r Hulcaf.^with^whom
Mr> Sutton'-.will'' take 'W-'his
dence.-'' >  j *?��������� ���������-��������� ^"   '.--���������-    '
zVVf.������A. ~^"Russell if came 1-in ���������' from ,^Red
cliffe.-VAlta.v ./tfiis'JNweek; ^ri- ai'brief
business ,visit." iMr.  Russell- report's
Redclifl >booniing."..   When* *he^'-,went
-;-Pour--^auto .--loads.-, of ^Knights of;|thefe -with'the ^opening, of. thelseason,'
Pythias; wilL>l"eave>Enderby:'Sunday.-:it":had a 'population^ of "800rr Its-pop"
afternoon "for tVernon,", where they
will join the ^Vernon/lodge.land; visiting- Knights from' ^lak'er-ppirits,"f.in"a
church parade. ;''---i-' ;'-' yj-Z^yy !������������������/-
illation-has ."now reached* 3000." The
city lis'-inducing" large '/manufacturing
plants/to-1 establish rthereTby. giving
a factory/site and'free "(gas) - fuel for
Bob f Peel ,fis" putting ou ^the" biggest, twe'nty-five years. ���������" fit "is ^ marvelous
stopfer reduction.-sale'ever-'attemptedVhow "quickly/the -city"> is-building'up,'
in "Enderby. , ^h'e 'splendid quality^: "of J andyit    is'valmbst / unbelievable* the'
almost-as large as cooking7cherries.
���������  ��������� Mr.    Henderson,    principal    of the
Vancouyer High School, attended the
school" examinations in" Enderby last
. Thursday.
���������   Don't forget   the   garden-party in
"-    the vicarage grounds to be- given by
the W. A.    of   St.    George's church,
'J���������Friday_evening; July_18th. = jy
The really great .man is he who,
when he finds he has come out at the
little end of the horn, simply appropriates the" horn and blows forever-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnston and
j family came in from Nelson on Saturday and are preparing to enjoy the
pleasures of a month's camp on Mabel Lake.
A. W. Prior, a specialist in repairing English,    Swiss    and   American
watches,  has opened  for business  in
- ��������� the store formerly occupied by Maundrell the butcher. -
"Dick'-' Blackburn returned from
the' coast this week. He reports Mrs
Blackburn ��������� and child in excellent
health and enjoying the ocean winds
and sunshine at .Victoria.
The store news this" week has some,
what crowded in upon our news
columns���������but there is a lot of good
news in our bJore news to all who
will^take advantage of it.
The Pope is a quiet, mild, intelligent gentleman who minds his own
business. "Derry walls, and no surrender ! Three cheers for King
William !   T'hell with the Pope!"
the stock^of men's clothing"'and. footwear, carried -by ' this/firm" will, make
this sale a recofd:breaker/."'- f.'  " /
A. A. ' Faulkner, --returned,- from'a
trip to his newly acquired'property
in the nortnern country now opening
up, last Thursday. - He made the
trip.-in a Cadalac, ."goings tke, 365
miles without-a'stop of the engines.
"I hope you are - following my instructions carefully,  Sandy���������the pills
. it   is
number of large " manufacturing, "concerns "which have lbcate'd^there.,'-"' V" -""
"The local Orangemen have"' been
busy this week preparing for their
12th1 of July "celebration which "will
be held in Enderby next Saturday.
i Special train ..service has been arr
janged for from'Revelstoke and'other
mainline^points, and a special, boat
will-bring the" ^Orangemen^ and their
friends;,from Okanagan Lake'points.,
-/ The" Revelstoke, " Kelowna, Salmon
Arm and
bring their
is ''promised
able, that/ the/" crowds .will number
1200.^ /"���������'"Outside. lodges are /making a:
special, effort to make this celebration
a huge-success.,     '   '"-j~ [/  ,,
In addition - to - the - usual' speech-
making, "'an' interesting. program 'of
field, sports will ^be^puiled/pffh-includ-'
ing a'baseball game .between Enderby
and 4Salmon'- Arm,., and another[be^.
tween ^-tUe^Enderby V aridl-Vemon -iiiii-
~-ZZ\ "^--- V- r "       -  - ���������       -   *��������� -    5.   ���������;-       ,\
iors"; .-a'footjr ball   game between the
j" -,���������>;������������������. i- -     "j-.y^T-j. -���������**-> i  .-s-u.^rJt.r^jzi.fc. r-L i-_.*l -
Enderby[���������$and.��������� &almon'^'Anny teams^
/100 /yardsjbpen;: prizes ' $10"and'l$ 5'" Z
/^100 -yards^Boys under 46;'..$^ and .%2Zx',
; ��������� 75' yards^vgiris^ under /16,f ^and^r
_/75 /yards -ladies', ^race; ���������?5jand/J53f^Jrr
""-I50;tyards VBoy?Scbuts,"$3 and %i.y
; 'Hqp.f'step* and/jump/ ?5 ,and.,$3}  /
"Running long jump,' $5 and: $3.' ""/*/
^Klootchmen's'race7 $5 and %ii -r."J
-/Ladies' egg 'and /spoon/race, -?5-'$3.
; The; sport's will' be-continue'^ until
8. o'clock in theievening." - . / ii"/
���������' The^City^has/given _the/Orangemen
the,free use of tKe-Recreation:Ground
and the-curling ��������� club has-granted-the
use of: the ; curling' rink for - refresh-'
Whatever, are the 'intentions, of- the".
Ci P. R. in connection "with contem-
-������- ." 1    i- '        4    (  '���������
plated- 'changes   at   Mara, the com--
pany.'s^men"on .the   ground are tak- J
ing" rather/��������� a   high-handed    way   ������of
doing' things.-    There are said-"to", be ' ���������
250.-men, laborers,. t surveyors, engin-fr.
eers, etc., at Mara'running lines and'*
within thev past few weeks" by persons X'Xi7Xzz4
directly interested-have /met. with tno 7jjy7s
response whatever; '/The people-are
iiUthe dark as   to.Vwhat-iscoritern-
t-vr ,yz~
pJS������ cJ-..'
plated,: b ut * it appears itb 'be. the '-in- P, h
terition ofJthe" t company^.to move; itaj.-1 ^.
track;farther away from/the.riverjt6%//;7i/l$
get: more_ ' track -.' roomTr'^h^tey^is^-.^-^
thp,intentionf.'ttie/menton the^grburidlJ^E^^
municatiohr re'ceived^fromi Mara^Wed%^^"4S
nesday -morning:v yy/y'^J yip^ZiSp^i
VVJE>tX   j  -������������������ *.x**,}
L.r..     -T   .   ������tu.jOi.   if   -  1 ft ^
.7. _.^..    ���������* j-5^1
O $**{> *|
SHUSWAP':;.LAKE_b6aTING: CLUB m"ent booths
The 'busiri'ess people" have"concluded
to keep their stores open in. the "fore
The annual general-meeting "of this
club was ; held "on //July 4th. The
^officers 'for" the year were ��������� elected as
follows:" Commodore,; -H. ��������� A. Brown,
Congrieve, Kamloops;-.Rear. Commodore,^ L. - H.    Congrieve, "Sicamous;
noon to accommodate the" public,-, and
again in-the evening, when the major
part_oL.theL_sp,orts_are_concluded > __
three times   a v day,    and a drop of fCaptain,"W: K. Finlayson, Sicamous;!
whiskey "at bedtime." "Weel, sir, I
may be a wee" bit behind wi' the pills,
but I'm aboot'six winks in front wi'
the whuskyr"
An extra attraction is promised in
the _'_Opera_j!House:,_this_ (Thursday),
evening, when the great child's dream
dance will be given; also the comic
film "Oil," and "The . General's
Daughter" a play dealing with the
campaign in the Soudan.
Mrs. Mcintosh, and. Miss Duncan,
sister and,neice of Mrs. W. J. Wheeler, who have been visiting in Enderby the past few weeks, left for the
coast this week, where Mrs. Mcintosh has purchased a home. Miss
Duncan will return to Enderby later.
In accordance with the Mayor's
proclamation to recognize the 12th
of July as a holiday, we wish to notify our patrons that our store will
be closed from 12 o'clock"noon for
the balance of the day. To .accommodate Saturday night shoppers we
will remain open Friday
Dill Bros.
At a meeting of. the Okanagan
United "Growers Ltd., and the citizens of Vernon on Saturday, at
which Mr. W. E. Scott, deputy minister of agriculture, was present, 500
shares, representing a capitalization
of $50,000, were subscribed. It is
said that this amount will be increased to $60,000.
treasurer and serretary, E. L. Berry,
The   balance   sheet   was presented
and audited and   found correct with
vouchers, as follows:'
Balance ��������� sheet* for   year-ending  June
2nd," 1913:"     " .
To joining fees ..'. % 77.50
Subscriptions    47,50
Donations        285.00
.Entrance    fees,   regatta      27.50
Error in cash  40
There wifl, be a continuous moving
picture   performance    at   the - Opera
.House, both afternoon and evening.
Every accommodation will (be provided by the hotels and refreshment
1 parlors, and the day promises to be
one of tne   most    successful the Or-
.angemen have held in the Interior.
I.,In connection with the accommoda-
j tion "of" the-"visiting" Ofang"emeri,rthe
'local lodge has rented K.  ol P. hall
as a rendezvous    for all committees,
etc., on Saturday.
shovels,"andvare /digging /up1" our !gar^
den-/potat"oes;" fruit^ trees;and")every-
thlng.r, When; "we spoke to-.the-boss/;,
he/ would" 'not /deign., tb'ariswer-us.:?, r
They' .are, taking /my frbntVgarden^v/^,-;^:-;^?
rthe/verandah,"^"and ..the"stakes;'coine^y*2'''^'
just into iny "front room. -They7have/''"
ordered.'- Mr.-' Hines ��������� to remove/his"restore, " and -the bridge' foreman"' to Ve- - '
move "his.^timbers etc.. lVitVinr\24z%
hours. "j,Not one"word*-as to cbmpen-^l*
satibn.to/any" of usf ^f ~am ctremb/f ���������{ii'-X&i/i
ling like a .leaf.'. We(hav'e'xpaid(fo^:>^/V;|,^
our land. '/'Their -lines'" cutr Owen's.^v?1 >-|f:
nice house right in two.,;4 -' XX'yX/7^7z4
P.S.���������"Since "writing- we;have;Ve'/f'.fV"%j,%5
ceived orders to- remove 'house,,fence"/1/"i'jXXz
and all belongings  "iii - one week. > We -_'. ^X7X/7
r-~J r,\ -*-J
4   4,    ..V-lW    ,
have resolved to take no notice,- but-
will let the Government fight it out.'.'
1 L'r ;-'%U"
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By petty cash   V..- $   5.00
Printing and advertsising      16.76
Bank charges          .25
Money prizes     170.00
Balance in bank  :.    145.30
$ 337.90
After general business and matters
of interest for motor boats had been
discussed, a vote of thanks to the
Commodore for presiding closed the
meeting, to reassemble at the call' of
evening, the chair.    \ -     "Com.
Riverdale ten-acre lots are now on
the market at reasonable prices and
on easy terms.   H. W. Harvey.
To Rent���������My house, premises and
garden, on Salmon Arm Road. Also
a few farm 'Implements for sale. F.
Waby, Enderby.
The choicest candies at Joe's.
War continues in the Balkans. The
Bulgarians are now cleaning up the
other allies', Greece and Servia, with
the possibility of Roumania jumping
into the fight, and Turkey reaching
out to retake some of the territory
taken from her by the allies/, -fiprae
of the bloodiest battles ever icJifet
in the Balkans have,taken place during the past week, and, the Bulgarian
army seems1 to have the best of it
up to the present time.
No trouble to show Riverdale lots.
Come and see them while there is a
number to choose from. H. W.
A delicious cooling drink, or. ice
cream soda is always at your command at Joe's.
Anyone looking for a small place
would do well to secure a lot at
Riverdale.     H. W. Harvey.
To obtain   true    insight into pub'-'""!
lie feeling throughout Canada's, farm   -
districts as to the advisability of a",
national live, stock,   show, being or-������->
g"anize~d~-iri   the/ DominfoiTalong tiheX
same lines as that held in Chicago^ a
commission ' has    been appointed by.
Hon. Martin Burrell, Minister of Ag-- '
riculturc.     In    the    personnel of the   -
Commission we find the name of Dr. --
S. F.   Tolmie,    who   is prominently..,
identified with   the    stock branch of
the department of agriculture in the
west. # ^
"While there is no definite informa-, .
t^on available as ��������� to when the commission will    start    work," says the
Victoria Colonist, "and what section"
will be covered, it is understood that'
a  thorough  canvas   will be  made of   -'
all agricultural   sections,   of the, Do- /
inion."   '
"That the ability of Dr. Tolmie has-""
been recognized by the Department of -
Agriculture, will   be   appreciated by
his many friends in this city. v   It is -
the general opinion   here that there
could be no   one   better able to ac-*'
curately gauge the sentiment of the
farmers of the   West on any project
than Dr. Tolmie."
The soil and situation are ideal for
growing small
at Riverdale.
fruits and vegetables
H. W. Harvey. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  SUPPLIES  A trip in the hills, a boat ride  on the river or an outing on  the lake is made thrice enjoyable if you have a Kodak with  you. We have them in all  sizes, and carry a complete  line of Kodak Supplies. Get  your Kodak wants now and be  ready for any kind of a trip.  Thursday, July 10, 1913  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every   Thursday at  Eiuicr.by, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Prcas.  ,IF-WE KNEW  Could we but draw back the curtains  lhat; surround each other's lives,  ! Advertising Hates;   Transient. 50c an inch  first  ���������������������������     insertion, 23c each subsequent insertion,  tract advcrlisini;. $1 an inoh per month.  Lvjsal Notices:   "12c a line first insertion: 8c n line  j     each subsequent insertion.  Kcadinsr Notices and Locals: 15c a line.  JULY 10. 1913  Seo the naked heart and spirit,  Con-iKnow  wllflt spur the action gives.  Often we would find it better,  Purer than wc judge we should,  We should love each other better  If we only understood.  DOMINION  AID  TO  AGRICULTURE  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ClilTSt.  Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  Q   L. WILLIAMS  Dominion ������������������nd  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours: .Forenoon,  9 to 10:30  Afternoon. 3 to A  Evening, (!:30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. ClifT and GeorfreSts. RNDEIIHY  E  NDERBY   COTTAGE  HOSPITAL  MISS WARWICK, Proprietress  Maternity Fees, $20 por week  Fees covering ordinary illness, $2.50 per day.  ENDERB Y, li. C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  H.  E. BLANCJiARD  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby. Loilscu No. <I0  Regular meetings ��������������������������� first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at H p. m: io Oddfellows Hall. Vi.witi.jg  brethren cordially invited.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  ��������������������������� ���������������������������_~      1 Lodgp.. .,_  Meets overy Tuesday  evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O  0. F. hall, iMotcalf block.   Visiting brothers always    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY.   N. V,  HOWARD LOGAN, V. G  R. E. WHEELEK.p.Sec'y.  J. Ii. GAYLORD. Trens.  (The  agreement    between  British  Columbia    and   the    Dominion Government providing for the expenditure of  'British  Columbia's    share of  tbe ap-  Iproportion   under the    Aid   of   Agn-  (culture Act,  has been  signed by the  'Federal authorities at Ottawa.     The  'total amounts to S47.334.7G.  j    The  largest  amount  of this  appropriation  set    apart    for  any  specific  purpose is $7,500, which is to be devoted to  demonstration  work in the  growing of fodder    roots, grain, etc.  ! Another $7,500  is to, be iioc-a towards  the    appointment    of    Provincial instructors along the    various lines  of  agricultural    instruction    antl education.     Five    thousand    dollars is to  be    spent    on    demonstration    dairy  farm   work  and  $5000  on  demonstration  work in  horticulture .for  winter  short courses of two weeks duration  with Farmers'   Institutes throughout  the  Province.      Another  $2,500  is  to  be devoted to the conducting of short  courses in  domestic science,   hygiene,  sanitation,   home   nursing,   dressmaking,  cooking, etc.       For cow testing  work there is placed in the agreement  $2,500.     For school gardens, towards  the cost of supplying seed, giving instruction,  etc.,    there is to be spent  $1,000. For    demonstration     field  work there is $2,500, and $1,000  towards the holding of stock-judging  competitions, while $2,500 -is to be  used towards tbe cost of preparing  and printing bulletins and circulars  of instruction. The remainder of the  total of $47,334.76 is to be devoted  to contingencies connected with the  successful carrying on of any.of. the  above lines".       -"    '        "~: ."r "*  Could we?judge all deeds by motives,  See the good and bad within,  Often we should love the sinner  All the while we loathe the sin.  Could we know the power working  To o'erthrow integrity,  We should judge each other's errors  With more patient charity.  If we-knew the cares and trials,   '  Knew the effort all in vain,  And the bitter disappointment,  Understood thc loss and gain.  Would the grim eternal roughness  Seem, J wonder, just the same ?  Should we help where now we hinder,  Should we pity where we blame ?  Ah !    We judge each other harshly,  Knowing.not life's hidden force;  Knowing not'the font of action  Is less turpid at its source,  Seeing not amid the evil  All the golden grains of good;1  Oh, we'd love each other better  If,we only understood.      -  FOOTBALL AT SALMON ARM  We inadvertently failed to mention  the football, game , which concluded  the field sports, at Salmon Arm on  Dominion Day, in last week's issue.  Of the game! the Observer says:  "Those of the  football  enthusiasts'  who were    watching    the   game,  de-  was one-  of the fastest and  SENSELESS' TALK  A  the  $50  to  request, was _ made on behalf, of  Armstrong band- for a grant of  a month from the City Council}  enable that   musical organization  Sgfc     ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.       ci  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of I'. Hs.ll.    Visitors cor-  diallyjnviled to attend.  JOHN BURNHAM, C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  T. E. RODIE. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dunces and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc.. addrr-ss  T. E. RODIE, Enderbv  POLITICAL  T?NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ^^"ASSOCrATlOfN  J. L. RUTTAN, FI. jVI. WALKER  President.  Secretary.  to get together and employ a leader.  Tn the course    of    the argument in  favor of tlie grant    being given, one  of the speakers    at a meeting of the  City Council   last    week, 'referred to  the grant of $25 per month given to  the  Enderby    Band    by the  Enderby  'City Council,  and the statement was  made that "Enderby had made good  by paying a local man $25 per month  and in the past Armstrong had failed  to make good at $50 a month."  To this statement (we are, quoting  the Armstrong Advertiser) Mr. Murray made this answer: "That he did  not think the Enderby band had  m ad e    good,__ and_ t h at__! it_was_n o t.  clare it  cleanest they have witnessed in the  interior. The result was a draw,  one all, the score for the home team  being made by .Horsfall. .The visitors got theirs off a penalty which  was twice saved' but finally was  kicked'inside; ' J. L. ' Jackson, of  Salmon Arm, refereed the game "to  the satisfacticHT^of all, the visitors  being-<*partic"ularly^well satisfied," 'arid j  asking us to voice'-their VentiTOehtsr"-  Bank of Montreal  Capital, $16,000,000  Hon. President," Rt,  President, H.  i  -     -    ���������������������������     ���������������������������   Established 1817  ��������������������������� ReBt,  $16,000,000  Hon. Lord .Strathcona and Mount Royal 3. O. M-. Q.  3. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presitiei. ,H. V.'Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NE-W YORK and CHICAGO.-' '  /SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from .$1 upwards, aud interest allowed at current rates.  " Interest credited 30th .June and 31st December/ .        .       -.."..  ENDERBY BRANCH' .    A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  If  r  DOWNHAM &  GILDEMEESTER  CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS  ENDERBY, B.C.  worth calling a band.' "  A statement    such   as this coming  from  Mr.    Murray    is    anything  but  creditable to the man  uttering it. It  jis too narrow, silly, paltry and mean  jto require   refutation.     Under Bandmaster  Findlay's    faithful  leadership  the   Enderby    City    Band  has  developed to a position second only to thc  Fire Brigade~biind  "of'Vornohr    The"  playing of    the   home    band on May  2-lth,  when  they   alternated with the  Vernon    and    Revelstoke  bands,   was  .strongly    commended    by    tlie   large  crowd gathered hcrci     It is to bc regretted that    Mr.    Murray could not  lay aside his pea-shooter long enough  to liave come up to enjoy it.  to sell  List it '.with me.  If you want -to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of the Mara Dii-  trict is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas.^W.4JttIe������������������������������������������������������  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs':  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow._of Sandon  off' his"feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. ; Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls nis  Hotel the King Edward.. In addition to the ex-:  cellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which"is an added attraction for.tourists,"  -    " , (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.) ry **,  Eldernell Orchard,Mara,B.C.  The   Armstrong  Greenho uses  VV bers,'  Estimates  and    drawings  submitted  cheerfully  Furniture  made  to  order  OfflGG and Shop in Poison BIogR  On Gl Street near George  The oflicial figures of exports for  the United States show that last  year i^Te was exported ?143,000,000  wortiL^uf wheat and flour. Uncle  Sam is Canada's greatest competitor  in the foreign market, and yet Sir  Wilfrid still harps upon thc great  blessing which Canada missed in 1911  when the people refused to adopt his  reciprocity pact.  have fresh cucum-  tomatoes and  other vegetables for sale;  flower and vegetable plants  of all kinds; cut flowers,  bouquets, sprays, wreaths  at all times.  ^m^mmmmm*m^m^mmmmm^^**^^Km^^mmmm^^^^^^^^^^^���������������������������  Alwyne Buckley  PHONE   111    ARMSTRONG  King Edward Hotel,  P..H. MURPHY  Proprietor ( -  Enderby  to Build a Home  California vegetable growing is on  a big scale. Prom one place this  season 22 carloads .of rhubarb and  from another 34 carloads of fresh asparagus went east. One association  cannery packed 4,500,000 pounds of  berries in 1912.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer blocks, cement 'brick, lawn  vases, peer blocks, chimney blocks  also lime and cement. ���������������������������  Leave orders early.  Enderby, B. C.  -r���������������������������r W-e^are^oflering^a^fe-w^lots^of^a^quar-ter^of^an^acrc^=cach^at=very-low"  prices and on very easy terms."    Each lot   is   covered    with   clover   and  timothy two feet high,  besides several large fruit trees.  27 Acres good bench land, 6 acres cleared and growing hay; 5 acres  partly cleared.     May be had on easy terms.*,  40 Acres good, rich bottom land, with never-failing stream of water  flowing through it.     An ideal placc for general farming.  85 Acres close to town; good house; plenty of spring water; ten acres  cleared and about ten acres partly cleared. Some fruit trees; good  garden.     To be sold at a bargain.  H. W. Harvey  Fire and Life Insurance.      Post Office Block, Enderby   Real Estate Broker.  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuildings  Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last : - ,  \To. 2, 2x4, per thousand  $ 13.00  No. 4 Novelty Siding       8.00 , "  Cull Boards, per load       5.00  No. 2 Lath, per thousand       1.75  Short Cord Wood      3,75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.ri>y  ' ~  ���������������������������   '  ���������������������������^'������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������WM������������������>HnnmM'i^BaMH,^  Get Job Printing at The Walker Press  ������������������������������������������������������. 1 &  Enderby, B.C.,   July 10, 1913  A ND      W A L K E R 'S      WEE K LY.  Vol. 6; No. 19; Whole No. my<XX-  I)  '���������������������������A '  THE OLD, OLD SONG-  ������������������^'.  UiX'-V  ILli --r*t'  *ir '--p.   - *���������������������������    *  -V, ,v-~ r<  E/ - -r. y *���������������������������  "TV.- " .f     4 '  j���������������������������i 1 - _  |9 ��������������������������� ,y..'.Lr  K yy  1*5 --  #'"  J'r  fcv  H'"  " ��������������������������� I used'to trade at Grocer Gregg's,  "and paid-him.heaps "of cash for flour  'and cheese arid "germ proo*? eggs," and  cans  of . succotash.��������������������������� - But   ^now   he  doesn't get my, trade���������������������������that's why his  "bossom aches; I had to quit him", for  he.-made so many small mistakes.  -   He'd'~serid~  me   stale- and   ".wilted  greens when I had ordered fresh; he'd  'send-'me ygutta . percha*   beans,��������������������������� .all,  string and little flesh.    'And'when I  journeyed to    his    store to read the  riot act,   three    score    apologies" or  ' more he'd offer . for the fact .���������������������������' That  doggone clerk aof Jiis,- he'd,say, had  got the order'wrong; and always, in  tthe same old -way/', he'd -sing j'the same  old song. \* He seemed to think apol;  "ogies. were/all- I:should~"desire,"'.when  he had~serit->mc moldy-cheese or herrings inadei by wire.'], _y %,   *';'.  l'_/ Z-  . ,/Xnd'wKeri his-bill'came in, by jinks,  "it^ always-made "me -hot; ���������������������������he'd.have. me  [ ch'afged^vith-.divefs',things I"*kne"w ,.I  "never-bought."   -Then I'--would-call "on  .'Grocer'Gregg ' in ^ wrath'and vdiscoh-*  "jteht^,arid, 'seize him-firmly by. the leg'  arid^.ask^ him -'what he-'meant.,  s',Then  .grief~y*was''in" the   grocer's-'look's,  -frowns came, bis eyes betwixt;".''The  ���������������������������"idiot who keeps'm'ybooks,':-he'd say;;  -"has got things mixed..--.-i'"wouldn't  have -such -breaks   a's, these -for,-forty  million ryen; I offer my apologies arid  hope you'll-come again.",   -     . ��������������������������� '���������������������������  *"'  ; fHe'd often" send*theJfhing ^bought  to Colonel:, "Jones,- -ups  town,-and. I  * would- get ,a bunch of rot-that'should  have gone" to   Brown?.- And?oft-at  hqmerl^d.'wait/andr,wait~-inf?vain for  Sweitzer cheese;   instead'of-'that I'd,  "get a >cratc*"of "codfish,  'prunes'' or  peas. _, And f-then    I'd'go to Grocer  ' Gregg, -and" mutter ,' as I went: "I'll  take that" merchant--down a-peg, and  in him make a   dent."     He'd spring  the same- old platitudes  when I had  reached his den:  "That vampire who  ommsm  delivers "goods has balled things .up  again !"  ��������������������������� Apologies are good enough, excuses are the sarne;^but forty-seven  are enough to tire one of that game.  It's better far to shun mistakes; vand  do things right at first, than to explain-your dizzy breaks till your suspenders "burst.���������������������������Walt Mason, in System; "   ENDERBY GROWERS ORGANIZE  Following are thc provisional directors of the Enderby Growers' organization: Messrs. Davis, Anderson,  Turner, Forster and Teece The  Provincial charter of the organization is expected from Victoria this  week, when permanent organization  will be affected.- In the meantime  the provisional officers are endeavoring to get the names of all' desiring  to join the Association, and to learn  definitely what, they will have to  ^fier for sale through thc Central.  A "meeting of the provisional directors will be held this (Thursday)  evening in the office of A. F. Cross-  man.  It is to the interest of every fruit  and produce grower in the district  having anything to sell through the  Association to let the Secretary, Mr.  Teece know as early as possible, so  that such data may be placed in the  hands of the Central manager, Mr,  Robertson.  The well known  Le'wis^ Bros. &, Co.'s  sales manager arriv-_  edr in-'Enderby last  Monday andj'interviewed by the.Er derby Press with "regard  -'��������������������������� "-���������������������������-;*��������������������������� -   .,-,..-   -  -    --  tu .what-he Vas*goirig  to, do- with: the'."Bob  '' '   , X*. j"    ���������������������������** -  Pee\L stock,"'.- said,;  .'.'BobPeelhas orders  ed me to clear" cut-his  , ���������������������������-      P.*'--" -    .-     '       ,- .     -",       44 ,���������������������������  --_.    +\      4.    .l-^-ZI    ^    ��������������������������� J-     f'���������������������������   '     "-I  entire^stock^ regardless of costorSpfofit;.,  y ;- --. y\.,.-.",-Jy ',>>:  On- inspecting' Peel's;  StoreXfouiuLcne oX  the cleanest "and rnps<;  up-to-date^- stock syo:  clothings; "hatSj'-'fuf-'  nishing^and .shoes, \I  have, ever, handled.''  When " asked.-.how.  deeply -he .was going  to cut prices, ' he answered; -~lYou'"can tell  your -readers,, that ,1  "am going to stop at  nothing.  :'My -"orders  are-to-clear, out the,  entire stock,   and  I  y i, .   - ;  H. T,  who has taken over the Bob Peel Store  am   going  to==clo~if  by    all    means.     1  will   close  the store  - t  Thursday and Friday  the   big sale  starts  Boll Peel  The well k ri o w'n  --:;y - . ���������������������������   ���������������������������  merchant of Enderbyf  has'turned his entire  "stock - over  to H.; T.  Lacelle'.with korders  to~- ��������������������������� turn   same J into  moriey-: regardless' of  1 *������������������ i      tf *���������������������������   \  cost and profit   When  yyy< ; '- ,1 - .-  .i.iterve\^ed ' by'*"rthe"  'f"-4-        \/~ V '/ '        ���������������������������' ���������������������������",."- "C        '  Enderby Press" he said  y������������������.-"-. i-���������������������������riz. - .'''I' *  .^Yes,^ it - is-������������������������������������������������������ true;--1  ���������������������������.    ri'"i     ���������������������������.-'        -,       "v.   -,  ������������������������������������������������������ , _p   .':-.- "\     ;- .   ���������������������������".-������������������- -   ^ -  haveJz {ordered ^'Mr.  n-31^ <z y>���������������������������������������������*".>?' ^i^ **r ^^i/"-***!  Lacelle. to; take-over  !" ny r entire"; stock'-^of  yf-~/~yzr   --y   -y t-  ���������������������������fiigh-grade. -clothing;  ..-- \'--" ,J- i.r. " -  iiats;-furnishings, and  ;y .".'���������������������������< -'.*������������������������������������������������������'-*," a _ /,.  .turn same.into money  Regardless'.of the or-  "'".-- Z-y -Zt ��������������������������� ���������������������������-r "** "X" : -'; -  iginaKcost" -" When  'asked who was going  j- .. Zr,,y \ --' y -~* ? .  .to price",the goods for  the sale, he, answered  ^'"i-have 'told;T,you  . 1-s'r -~yz -.i  that-everything is -in  Mr Lacelle.'s-hands.  Mr.Lacellewill mark  all goods for the sale,-  and from -his past  reputation as.a bargain giver,,you  cai  INSTALLATION BANQUET/,'  "5  Twenty-two    members    of, Enderby/,' =>"  Lodge No. 35, K. of P.", attended the V.."/  installation'   ceremonies in the" lodge"'-';. /���������������������������  room Monday night;'when "the follow- ,v.'/,  J ing 'officers were put in .office: *'C. G., -XT.  :,T-.E._Rodie";    V.\o     T.' H.'Calderr?'5'^  ^Prel.,' Chas.-Hawkins;. M.' of W.;^Per-";^'p  "cy Miller;"-K.  .of" R.,iS&" "S.^p.-E."}!-';-. .-:  i Strickland; M. of F., John1 Burnham;"/-:  J M.'- of E., Robt.' JohnstoncvM?;of^a7XX0.  ;j.- F." Fravel; I. G.; G. G*. Campbell;' ^Vff  .0. G.', John Folkard.^'-":} Xr^yy/fXX  *t .. i  fAt the-' conclusion ..of-the.instalia7i;J;,f'1r;|  "tion, j the members   adjourned^ .to' .theH/? /,ir  dining rooin"   of;-"the". Kingr.Edward.'v^^  where^Mine, Host, Murphy-spread^one^?^^  1      r.      ' '���������������������������'      S       t^ I       ,        -S.      I"    *    !      t   11>       4-yi    v    -^~^.i   ������������������/"������������������������������������.'"*"*  ������������������  of-.the finest tables' that'thisIpopular^i--^;  populai '-j~i2-&8-  <V-S. ,V .*" (jgUZPilt I  described  '.*t /  -zi������������������{jsz-iir- ���������������������������-  ���������������������������i������������������jf  fr-t.T r*,~Z*-'i���������������������������y  -������������������f  - ^r-j -4' ly*   ���������������������������A'_,'-,15lI  - ������������������'.    r ivJf vTI ���������������������������-1 *        ������������������'" ~  J\* I  1a j yz "-���������������������������"���������������������������^t -^ - *'^j //\  ~~'Z'-,' <- '/ '��������������������������� '--���������������������������';��������������������������� y."  t.     S      -      Jl    4 , ,     4 , 4  Enderby, -EloweiS^l  -     ���������������������������    r       ���������������������������' *     ''       -J ~���������������������������"-'--ii--'--ii:lZiy^\  *"'-. ���������������������������'��������������������������� --     --- - '    -.'   y ~v5'*   rt '"**-1 - i'"jy  J'-  y.\   '    V-y--y   '   r - ~/i?   (XXL  ��������������������������� '.v.--'--,    .       .  "    "-    --.-;.w'*\.-.".������������������1  Enderby's ' next' 'Flower-1 ShbwS^'^l  vvill, Be held zbh "August -25thV:--;:vi  Prizes" wilLbe given as follows7Xy/Jy\  rely on it that every-  thing will be markec  at prices never before  heard of''  HE KNEW  Son��������������������������� "Papa,  I "know    where you  bought that suit."  Father���������������������������-"Why,    where 'did   I"buy  this suit?"  Son���������������������������"At Bob Peel's."  Father���������������������������"How    .did    you know    I  bought it at Bob Peel's?"  Son���������������������������"Because it fits so well."  Bob   Peel's  .Big" Sale  at 9 a.m.  $21,000  iworth__of   the  finest clothing,  shoes, furnishings, and hats slaughtered.  BOB PEEL'S BIG STOCK OF  MERCHANDISE WILL'BE THROWN  AT THE MERCY OF THE PUBLIC  ON FRIDAY MORNING, AND FROM  ADVANCE INDICATIONS, IT WILL  BE A RECORD BREAKER. LARGE  CROWDS ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND THIS MAMMOTH SALE. IT  IS ON EVERYONE'S LIPS.  - CLOTHING WILL BE BOUGHT  FOR A MERE SONG, AND FURNISHINGS ALMOST FOR THE TAKING.  DON'T FORGET, WE HANDLE  THE LARGEST AND FINEST  STOCK OF SHOES ' IN THE VALLEY WHICH ARE ALSO GOING AT  BARGAIN PRICES.  :HE-_DID-  BILL stepped on John's foot. At  first John got mad and dared him  to do-it again.  BILL did.  JOHN said, "You can do it as  much as you like, as I have no corns  since I have been wearing B013  PEEL'S shoes."  Don't Forget  Clothing-  almost given  away at  Bob' Peel's  Big SALE  - --' ���������������������������!,.  l.���������������������������,Best collection.of,/oses.'. 1  2. -Six named roses, -two-of"each.;<  .3.   Foiir varieties carnations,-2.ech  4.- Basket cut garden flowersf ; 'y  5. ' Best collection of- lilies? -"*'  - ,,  6. Best collection  perennials. "* '" ������������������,  =Best���������������������������colle"ction=annuals.1_r"J54~-;?v"  iV  . 1.   si  8. Best collection begonias."       ....  9. Twelve zennias, assorted bloom.  10. Collection stalks & verbenias..  11. Best six asters. ;'^   v  12. Eight named sweet peas, 6 cch._  13. Four var. pansies, 4 each.    --  14. Three vur. 'dahlias, 3 each.      ' '  ~ 15.~~ Buriclfwild "'-flowcrsl'        '  1G.   Best double geranium.  17. Be.st single geranium.  18. Best collection house plants. "  19. Best fuchsia.  20. Best collection gladiolns.  21. Best grown fern.  Children  22. . Best collection cut flowers.  23. Best bunch sweet peas:  24. Three var. pansies, G of each.  25." Best potted plant.  Vegetables  26. Six early potatoes.  27. Six early carrots.  28. Six early onions.'       "";,  29. Four ears sweet corn. ,   '  30. Two bunches celery.  31. Two heads cabbage.  32. Twelve beans in pod.  33. Twelve peas in pod.  34. Squash or vegetable marrow.  35. Collection of vegetables.  36.- Table decoration. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  "���������������������������       '*"'     "*"         "   "  '���������������������������"."     "*,  -��������������������������� /  !*,���������������������������  - y X  *    *:.*'"������������������������������������������������������*.  '*;-   v  ;_..:              ���������������������������.;*'........' -;���������������������������*..  ���������������������������' ^ 1  Thursday, July 10, 1913  "                 "'���������������������������'!      5  ���������������������������  BOB PEEL has ordered me to close out his  entire stock of high grade Clothing", Furnishings, Boots and Shoes regardless of cost and  profit and you can bet on it that I am going  to stop at nothing. I am going to clear out  this stock so fast that it will make every  man, woman and child sit up with astonishment. Now I am going to open this great sale  A.M.  a  Look over  these  few BARGAINS  and  then  Judge  forl Yourself  Come! Come! Come! Don't let anything stop You  50c    MEN'S  ' SUMMER-WEIGHT  UNDERWEAR,"cut to���������������������������      QQ  50c   NECKWEAR,    special lot of  White    and    Fancy    Patterns,  c���������������������������tto- 2"5 c  65c     MEN'S    SUMMER-WEIGHT  UNDERWEAR,  cut to���������������������������     A^f.   75c NECKWEAR.  va]ue    can't be"  75c'   MEN'S      SUMMER-WEIGHT.  UNDERWEAR cut to���������������������������      AQr  beat for the monev, cut to���������������������������  49c  .: $1.25    MEN'S    DRESS    SHIRTS,  75c MEN'S    WORK    SHIRTS  in        lvalues to    $1.25   MEN'S  DRESS  all colors, Cut to���������������������������    "      AQr* I       SHIRTS,- - Collars     attached  35c    NECKWEAR,    all  the latest  patterns, cut to��������������������������� 1C\t  all   Colors,      including    plain  White, cut to- 74-p  $1.00 MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, the  Finest Quality, cut to���������������������������    fXCk~  $1.25    MEN'S     WORK    SHIRTS,  e:xtra Good Values, cut toOQ_  1.50 MEN'S    DRESS     SHIRTS  extra Special Quality, cut   QkAn  and Detached, cut to���������������������������  SI  .49  20c MEN S HOSIERY, all Colors  Plain  and Fancy,  cut to���������������������������1 A-  MEN'S 25c", 30c and 35c HOSIERY  all the best'of Quality,  5 f(jf %\M  MEN'S^SOc^arid^Toc^HO 8IER Yy^  Silk,   Cotton    and    Cashmere,  cut to- < 39c  Boys' Shirts  65c Values,    cut to ....   A As*  59c  75c Values, cut to  85c Values, cut to  64c  SEE    THE    PRICES    ON   OTHER   PAGES!  The Entire Stock Must Go  AT THE  MOST    SENSATIONAL CUT-SLASH  PRICES THR PEOPLE  OF THE PROVINCE EVER FACED. MEN'S  CLOTHING,   FURNISH  INGS AND HATS AND SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY, ALL TO  BE CLOSED OUT AT THE MOST RUINOUS REDUCTIONS EVER QUOTED. COLD TYPE NEVER BEFORE TOLD SUCH A STORY OF  WANTON  AND  DELIBERATE  SACRIFICE.  See  the  Prices on  Other  Pages  Cost Lost Sight Of  PROFITS  IGNORED.     IT  WILL BE  A    WHOLESALE    SLAUGHTER  THAT    HAS    ENGULFED    EVERY SINGLE ITEM,  AND EVERY, DOLLAR'S  WORTH  OF 'MERCHANDISE IN    THE    STORE. TIME      IS  SHORT,   AND  EVERYTHING MUST GO.      IT'S  A  CASE OF TURNING  THIS   STOCK  INTO WHATEVER REAL MONEY IT WILL BRING.  PJ  The Slaughter  is absolute and  complete.  Positively no  stock reserved  H. T. LACELLE  IN   CHARGE   OF  BOB PEEL'SSTOCK  i B������������������ G������������������  Everything goes  at most any  price to sell it quick  Buy at almost  your own price  ���������������������������  y ������������������   y  .Thursday, July 10, iyi3  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  B-i  V   l.  ' "CLOTHING FOR MEN*; AND "YOUNG  ���������������������������*V. MEN -HERE IN GREAT PROFU-  . SION.   EVERY .WANTED STYLE  ���������������������������I: r "-  "~" 'y        ,    -'   - / -J   '     ^   - ��������������������������� ���������������������������,  -AND" PATTERN. TO, FIT-'THE MAN  ., - '������������������������������������������������������ --, ** . z;   z-_ ������������������ ; .'' ' '-''. ���������������������������  :��������������������������� y  .-"-OR YOUNG - MAN" [AT; PRICES  SO  . ". .^MONEY-SAVING'1/."  THAT"  .''YOU  .-""���������������������������WILL. BE -, PERFECTLY   ".-.-ASTON-:  ������������������.-- i- * ^_u ir        L.       j-^H.t.J *      rm'  w ^     e 1 - j    ������������������  ,   i_. ISHED  AT  THE  MARVELOUS   RE-  -'DUCTIONS.   r - .WE    DO  NOT ASK  .  .YOU TO-TAKE OUR-WORD FOR IT. '  COME  AND   SEE  FOR  YOURSELF,,  AND-YOU WILL-,- MEET THE  SUR- .  . PRISE 'OF' YOUR LIFE.   ' -  Prices that  will   make  you sit up an  WE HAVE THE LARGEST  STOCK OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND  CHILDREN'S SHOES IN THE  WHOLE  VALLEY,    ALL  NEW  AND  -UP-TO-DATE .STYLES.. OF THE  BEST MAKERS IN CANADA AND  AMERICA,    AND    THE     WAY    WE  ���������������������������HAVE CUT THE -PRICES IS A  CRIME.  SALE  ENDERBY  MEN'S  SUITS���������������������������   . -.      ' ^      "  ,   $15.00    MEN'S    SUITS���������������������������All    Styles,  Sizes and "colors���������������������������-   -   -   '' ' -   -���������������������������. ?  ~*-  ,  MEN'S'SUITS���������������������������       \    .'     -_    .    "v  _ $18.00!. MEN'S     SUITS���������������������������All  : Styles,  i Sizes and Colors, Cut to���������������������������"/-'-."-  FURNISHINGS-   FOR; - MEN,,.'. - J.  men's suits��������������������������� y- ~r'/X- z-77/7  -$20.00 > MEN'S "*!sUITS���������������������������all" Styles^"  "., ', -Sizes ancl colors-rr  \-.    ;- ~-v-     I  i ;_' v  MEN'S".SUITS���������������������������-.--x   "-VJJ -/''//  $25.00     MEN'S'   SUITS���������������������������all   'Styles,  Sizes "and Colors-  ���������������������������-men'S^suits���������������������������- "y'-'y/r, f'yy  "; $22.50/������������������ MEN'S / SUITS^������������������11:/ Styles,!:y\  -..-t-^-Size's_- and Colors/"Cut to���������������������������   yx- A  ^men;s suits^- .' -__ ���������������������������; /���������������������������'7X-.Xj'X'  $30.00' .MEN'S    SUITS,     All  Styles,  *  ". Sizes and Colors, Cut-to \ -; -.; ' '  'H  .65  .-J4? I  I  _J it ���������������������������,<*. I  SUCH AS .UNDERWEAR,   SHIRTS,  -,'?,    '". l~ ' Zz r ' ^.y y  _'..'_  "'���������������������������--' y^yz*i\  r-JVZsX  ���������������������������/r '-hosiery;\1,gloves;^collars;-?/>_\m/ri/yyM  ^ vJie^aiw?all[the -^c&ary^v^  ^|)fip|  -/,    -f;,.". **v-\f . y-y   '���������������������������>&������������������������������������������������������ ~Z ������������������..*-���������������������������?''--���������������������������~j/c. ' J-y. y/y.y-'-    &y.i$Zr-'������������������gxSi  X!.' -bRESS^ACCESSORIES^-WHICH^GO ������������������������������������������������������ 7z%i7k    **V*>������������������-"as*  - -' T.-r" .*- '-.."-'^ -r v"14v-'"t- --&.'A^ ���������������������������sV*-*!? ^���������������������������-'���������������������������'''->J-r.<%l-:j:;'*t.v ^'"J-STv  '.. :-.' to'^ MAKE,' THEV WELtDRESSED^;^^  ' "VT ''"INblVIDUAL,"-; wi^:BETdjDT^p>^^  '~- -FRAzzLEr-1..-:" iriz~'-y/ y\jyyyyy  y - ;OUR  ENTIRE   LINE ,OF, FUR-1- -" ^'-v':  , 4 ......���������������������������, .        ,V -.-.'.-..   I.' .'       .^J        ���������������������������-        .���������������������������>, ,        ,jt^  NISHINGS    ARE < 'A - 4-" SEETHING ';  / '  MASS .OF RED-HOT BARGAINS;  , BOYS'  SUITS  AND. PANTS���������������������������    ; '  _ All Styles'; "Sizes"and .Colors��������������������������� ' -  Half .Price  Children's Shoes  ALL     CHILDREN'S     SHOES-ONE-  =::i^FIFT-H^OFF=THE^REGUIjARi^==::  Men's>  Trousers  ���������������������������7,..' l/*  -^^dj  ^7  ^  \,  PRICE  $1.25  Values Cut   to  - PEABODY'S   Cut  to  ..   99c  ..$1,29-  ILL,MEN'S  TROUSERS,   all  Styles "and~Colors���������������������������     . '  One-Fourth off Rsg. Price  ^-M&W$=KrAlNeeA^-Sy-  r $10^00  Values, Cut to, $ 7.50  $12.50 Values,  Cut to  $ 8.90  . $20.00 TValues, Cut .to ..'. $.14.45  MEN'S SUSPENDERS  50c Values,    Cut to  ���������������������������  29c  75c Values,    Cut to  ",  49c  ..JI-00 ^Vahies;___Qut_tp _!..'. : _09c.  H.  T. LAOELLE  CLOSING    OUT  HATS  OF, ALL THE WANTED  STYLES    IN     BOTH    SOFT     AND,  STIFF,    OF    THE   BEST MAKERS  K *  - -IN-THE-WORLD.'-INCLUDING-THE'  FAMOUS      JOHN      B.       STETSON  HATS-LIKE   EVERYTHING   ELSE  IN THE    STORE���������������������������CUT TO  AN UN-  ,   BELIEVABLE FIGURE.  A  REAL  ENDERBY fcuJ������������������.' .���������������������������A** - '-V3 1  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 10, 1913  HHKIB2n22J3218I i  j^a^gsaasagT^sggssg  OF THE  Entire Stock Turned Over To H. T. LACELLE  Can You Beat  ?  ALL  LINES  OF  COLL.4RS  CUT TO  Two for- 25C  TWENTY-FIVE  CENT  PURE     LINEN    HANDKERCHIEFS  CUT TO���������������������������  $4.50  JOHN B.  STETSON HATS  ALL   SIZES,   CUT  TO"   (������������������0,65  "*G.50   JOHN B.   STETSON PONY  HATS, "CUT TO      CM.49  $7.50   JOHN, B.   STETSON  COWBOY  HATS,  CUT TO    <������������������CI.69  $3.80 HATS,    Soft   and  Stiff,  in  all  Styles and Colors,  Cut to  C1.89  $2.00 SOFT HATS extra good  Quality, Cut to- $1-19  "Ofner Prices on"  Other Pages  ... MEN'S WORKING SHOES  $3.00 Values Cut to  v."........$   1.94- " '  $4.00 Values Cut to ; '..'..' $   2.90 "-- ,.  $5.00  Values  Cut to   ...' .T..-..$ -3.69   ,;,#  .   MEN'S  DRESS   SHOES    ~yy  $3.00 "Values,  Cut to  $-1.95;~_- ~  $4.00- Value's Cut to^.... ..'..$-2.75   -  '.  $5.00"Values"Cut to ...'....'. ....$,.3:25'/-  $6:00_Values Cut to...' ....-..:..$   4:35 ._".  - boys' shoes; --'"-!:- '-:^r-_:  $2.25 Values Cut to,...-......'.."..: $   1.80/"- ���������������������������"_  $2:50 Values-Cut to- ....Li $ :i.95.  '. ";    LOGGERS'  'SHOES    "-     " ;!;  18.50 JEFFERSON Shoe,,cut to $7.10 '.-.'  $9.50 "JEFFERSON Shoe cut "to $8.15  $10.00   JEFFERSON  cut to:...:....$8.60 -  ALL LADIES'  OXFORDS���������������������������  $4.00 Values Cut-to    .$1.98  T AM OOTNG   TO    CUT PRICES SO LOW    THAT IT IS ALMOST A  PRTMP,.  IP THF.PE IR ANYTHING IN THE   MEN'S    CLOTHING  AND  FTmNTST-TTNO T,TNE WE HAVE IT. IF IT'S  SHOES.  WE HAVE THEM  FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AT PRTCES NEVER BEFORE HEART) o*\  H. T. LACELLE  MEN'S OXFORDS���������������������������       " ."*'*'  Values to $7.00;' all" styles and   . .-  Leathers, Cut to ...' : $ 3.20- '  "ALL LADIES' SLIPPERS��������������������������� .  ���������������������������   Values to. $3.50,  Cut to  $ 1.45  .  ALL LADIES' EMPRESS SHOES  AND OXFORDS���������������������������  $3.50 Values Cut to ....' !$ 2.69  $4.00-Values Cut to  $ 2.91  $4.50  Values Cut to  $ 3.39  Other Prices on  Other Pages  f MX JULY Tlth, atl tt  EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH OF THIS SUPERB, PEERLESS, HIGH-CLASS  $21,000.00  STOCK ON  THE ALTAR     OF   SACRIFICE A    CLEAN  SWEEP DEMANDED BY BOB PEEL   BUT ONLY  AFTER TPIE  STORE   CONSENTED TO A VERITABLE HOLOCUST    OF   PRICES  AND PROFITS. THE DIE IS  CAST THE WPIOLE  STOCK IS DOOMED TO GO AT A MERE FRACTION OF ITS VALUE. . ^  COLD  TYPE   NEVER  BEFORE TOLD  SUCH  A  STORY OF RUINOUS   SACRIFICE. SPARE-NOTHING IS THE BATTLE CRY OF THIS  COMMERCIAL  MASSACRE. PEOPLE, I TELL YOU YOU'VE NEVER FACED  SUCH  A   SAVING  CHANCE    BEFORE,    AND   THE PRICES  PROVE IT TRUE.  COME !  COME!  COME!  HURRY!  HURRY!  HURRY!  }fl  1  -?fl  '���������������������������'1  ��������������������������� '���������������������������J  7-m  ���������������������������- a  z4  A  - j ���������������������������J  4r  Thursday, July 10, lyiS  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S-'WEEKLY  PRAYER OF WOMEN  In William Sharp's*; story 'Pharais'  is given a Celtic "Prayer of Women."  A writer in a London paper says the  lines are strangely and terribly applicable today:  0 Spirit that broods upon the hills  And moves upon the face of the deep,  Ancl is heard in the wind,  Save us from the desire of men's eyes  Ancl the cruel lust of them. . . .  And the sport that is in his heart,  Wherewith' he mocketh us,  c Wherewith he playeth with us,  Wherewith he trampleth upon us,  Us, who conceive and bear him;  Us, cwho bring him forth   Whom he calleth mother,  Protect the Child's Health by  Carefully Watching the Milk Supply  degree, kill the germs in the milk.  When the milk is to be used for baby  do the pasteurizing in the nursing  bottle to avoid contamination by too  many changes in bottles and too  much    handling.       Never    pasteurize  The season of contaminated milk is |    Always when possible, in hot wea ,  upon us,  and the   following warning ' ther, keep the milk in a refrigerator !  issued by the department of agricul- (Don't set it on the ice, because that ��������������������������� m������������������rC than en0USh    for a single feed-  ture is of interest : . j makes the bottom   'part colder than ' ing'~    F������������������r tMs purP������������������se- {t is well to  "Be careful,    above    all things,  of  the top and prevents the proper mix-)"86 & C-������������������UPle ������������������f b������������������ttles"  the kind of milk you drink." j ing of the milk.   Never pour the milk!    The thermometer in feeding bottles  Milk has-,the    peculiar property of I"' * PitCh-r f������������������f St������������������rage"   Jt deterior-js?oul? ^ Plugged in with plain (not  reaching out into the atmosphere and ! ^ *hen    exposed to    the   air- and, absorbent>  cotton-  ^eshly uncovered  collecting all the loose bacteria in it   Joe!;nSht -along    collecting  germs.  It is the sponge of the bacilli world' ���������������������������?       7 m milk mea"S a million bac-  soaking up germs as dry ground does,'   y'<- fo-T.L ������������������nC    ^ al������������������ne CarrieS  water.     Its    chemicaL properties,  as |ab0Ut' 1'2o������������������'000 *erms- '      -  The - refrigerator in which you keep  /    ���������������������������  ., ,a result,    are    constantly    changing,  And mother   again'' of   his wife" and !and the milk bottled, or put in cans,   the milk    shoulNd    De   in order also  Phnflror.. ' z in the early morning, e.xcept 'in color ��������������������������� Scala the   Place f,where you keep the  and  possibly  taste,    isn't  much like 'food every week  '    A Particle of ne-  the milk that the housewife'gets when !glected  food  wil1 -contaminate every-  she reaches out on the kitchen porch. ithing in lt    within   a week, .particu-  '���������������������������vh<..ri n    l       l    - ' | larly the milk���������������������������for again its sponsre-  rZ tot^Ir     r% 'T rj0r���������������������������Uke P-P-ities.make it particular*  rules far the care of milk, which may susceptible.  -       .  Lack of efficiency in service is the  rock upon which most failures in  business are brought about.  0  1",  D  children;  When he looks���������������������������J���������������������������  And, seeing, seeth all the bitter ruin  \        and wreck of us���������������������������     - ;  All save the , living' -brain that con-  demeth him,  All save - the   .spirit   that shall not save baby's life or    Johnny a severe  mate with him���������������������������  All save the soul he shall never see  ���������������������������Till he be one with it ancl equal:  He who hath''the bridle, but- guideth  not;  He who hath'the whip, yet is driven,  ' He, who as shepherd calleth upon-us",  But is himself   a   lost sheep,  crying  ���������������������������among the hills !  0 Spirit, .and    the rNine Angels who  ���������������������������v.,        watch "us,  And Thy j3onI.ancl Mary"��������������������������� Virgin,  Heal  us of the Wrong of Mah !.  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.  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  No matter how "sweet the milk may  seem after 24 hours, it should not be  used, as_it becomes unfit for "human-  case of typhoid fever.   They are:  - 1���������������������������Keep all milk receptacles' clean..  - 9     r.r. ������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������-.,    " ",4,^,   ao_j.i4   uEuuuies   nnnz to  ly to thenateXP������������������Se           Uno���������������������������esSari-( consumption after that time.   .  3.-Keep milk cool up to the time ,w Pa8tfl���������������������������^e^our own milk, where  you use it      - , 1S n0t do-ne-by the dealer, is'a  "ii      -- i simple matter     -Just take your bot-  4.   Do not expose it to flies or any--tie, punch    a   hole ��������������������������� in the paper cap  lnJe   s' . and. insert a .thermometer-the little  Bacteria m milk cannot increase glass thermometer,- with a scale  when'rt is kept at a. temperature of'etched 'on the glass 'will do-then  below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. "Above'place an upturned pie tin with holes  that the germ birth-rate is prodig-j perforated in the bottom in a deeri  ious���������������������������a few million a minute. That's pan-or kettle Fill , this *m, w.+h  WHAT HAVE YOU IN THE SACK T, why mil*   torn   the   grocery.3to,e, l^ater a,m���������������������������"t to the top of The hot  where it is..kept in cans, arid poured tie and then put over a gas flame or  out to you in a bucket,'is dangerous. ��������������������������� on the stbve arid', let it heat until the  :"The safest way   to get' milk is to  temperature registers between 150 and  __      .',  _ .       . lire   ,3-.~_     _'   ���������������������������SrL  w  > An exchange tells the story of a boy  -who" was sent to- market with a .sack  full of rabbits, lingering around town  all 'day' and coming home without  having sold" them. ' When asked" by  his ��������������������������� mother why he had not' sold the  You will find us in the  BELL BLOCK BUILDING,--'  up against -Bob  Peel andythe  Drug Store. : No'-room =  to grow in our old.-stand,'and we are* going to open up"  with   one   of the   new EDISON DISK  MACHINEsf  Come and hear it !    They .claim-it to be the best musical;  instrument in the ..world  buy it in bottles sealed with a paper  cap, bought from a'dairy whose repu-"  tation is-strong   for cleanliness.     It"  rabbits,  He said    no.   one" had asked- should never be left in an open buck-'  him what he had in the sack.   ."   '   "   let.or jar at all,  and when delivered  it, 4  B-.-. *  Bv!  - -How many merchants "are like this  -'���������������������������little:- boy. - They'. have plenty of  -goods'for'sale /but fail tor.tell the  : people what islin . the-sack. If you  -expect-to-" "sell goods ".at,a profit/in"  ',thisyday/and;age,' yo"u"rnust-'bpen:the  isa?k-' Aiid keep -shouting .tWmerits^bf  your, stock- in trade, "f  -155 degrees���������������������������never ,any more...  Then-take/the bottle from the water.  wrap*it In a towell.and let it stand!  for, 20 to' 30  , minutes.. .Take off, the1  j towel; placeVhe .milk iii \fairly".*warm  /water;--let--it-.stand-.five miriute9 and  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  _ .-- yr  p. - -JrZ  Agent also"for Church and Parlor Organs  Albo Fire and Life Insurance - . " ���������������������������  Oflice in brick block opp. The Walker Press  Enderby Agent  should���������������������������be put   in    a-place where the  sun'cannot  shine  on  it.   irthere  is  thenplace-it ^iiiV cold, -water:  not "such "a place,    make-one by" put-'  ting, out  a" JittleY covered  boxVAl-"  ways keepHhe 'bottle covered'.^/If.'the"  paper, cap -is broken- coverHhe"<bottle'  with an inverted tumbler.^'That/'Will-  keep out'Mr. Germ  -"The  warm .water Js, necessary to, keep the  'bottlei'fromybreaki^sUby-'a"too"'sud-  derfcha'rige'bif];temperature..^-f - "v\>"'"  ---   '--yyc-,yy-~^s~&&yy:*-,_.:-������������������ ,-":;'-, Z.",-  Fir6y Life, Accic!ent  .A- '** ,i,he Liverpool &^London & GIoBe Ins:Co.-^V^  ''J r9c PJioenix Insurance Co.-of London, y^---'"--^.  X������������������V^\  iz  St. 2 have not tak^n advantage of this opportunity to p*et  Shelf Hardware, Stoves, Garden Tools, House Paints, Etc.  at Wholesale Prices, you should not dela an other day; the  Sale will positively end Saturday, July 12th. Everything in  stock included in sale. Every article staple quality. If you  don't need it now you may in a few days, and you will save  money by buying while the ..big stocks reduction sale is on    TERMS   OF   SALE   ARE   CASH  'y���������������������������*^YjiS*:> ,,������������������������������������-.,, --���������������������������s,5j'>tt,v  f Thursday, July 10, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  UP-TO-DATE AND NOVEL  Advertising Methods Adopted by  an Enterprising House.  OF    CANADA  mid-up Capital. Reserve Fund CO Q75 ftftft  mid Undivided Prodis (Over) 9O,019t\IW  Total Assets (Over)     $69,000,000  Money Promptly  Banked  as soon as you receive it is much  more likely to be saved than if  you keep it around in the house or  your pocket. It cannot be lost,  stolen or burned, and is far less  likely to be spent.  With a deposit of a dollar or  more you can open an account  with the Union Bank, bearing  interest, and receive a Passbook.  Why put it off?  Ertby.BraiiGli,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  A. W. PRIOR  Watchmaker   and    Jeweller  Specialist  on   repairing  of Watches-  English,   Swiss ano   American   make.^.  Also  engraving  and   stone-setting  Aii. repair work done at the shop and prompt  delivery  IN     POLSON     BUILDING  Formerly occupied by Mandrel!  the Butcher  <&���������������������������>3<S*^^<'i*$x'������������������*^^ a  E. J. Mack 1  I Livery, Feed & Sale Stables |  " ENDERBY, B. C._     -  Good Rigs;   Careful Driv-  | ers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams. -  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekerlj   and Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  Campers and  Pleasure Parties  I am inaugurating a regular service for- the summer months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sunday morning, or as otherwise required, from Cottonwood Point to  the Mill Warehouse, furnishing my  gasoline launch or row boats as may  be desired, by the trip, hour, day,  week or month, to all the fishing  -Dlaces-on-thc lake~ancL. the, camping.  That Enderby is fast becoming metropolitan in thc methods of advertising  used  by    our    merchants to call  t.he  buying  public's attention  to the  nra 11 y splendid values which they arc  offering,    also   that    the wide-awake  firm of W.   J.  Woods arc keeping up  with and just a   little    ahead of the  . times    in   an    advertising respect is  again    practically    demonstrated    by  what is  perhaps  the  most  elaborate  .' system of advertising ever attempted  by any business house in 'this section,  namely:   the giving away  of a beautiful Upton Parlor,Grand Piano.  i    This  piano   retails  at  $400.00  each,  'guaranteed for ten years.     The principal    points    of    superiority of this  'celebrated   Upton   piano   over     any  'other of this class of instruments lie  iin  the  three    strings in   unison  with  1 overstrung     bass,      the      splendidly  j pitched scale and true sounding board  [which give the piano tbat rich, deep,  I even tone so much admired.  I    In   a    recent    interview    with  Mr.  I Woods regarding this decided innovation in  advertising,    he stated:   "We  ! have been ��������������������������� enjoying  "'the    patronage  ancl confidence of   the buyers of this  community for   some    time now and  by always trying to keep our stocks  complete the   saying    that 'You  can  get it    at    Woods'  '    has   become a  household    expression. In    giving  away this piano we are actuated by  a double    purpose,    to show our appreciation of    the    patronage of our  friends during the    past,  also to entourage new trade and  to bring the  :many    splendid    values    we are now  showing in all lines to the attention  of every buyer in this territory.   The  plan  w"e    are    using   in giving away  this piano    is    equitable and  fair to  all, simply' this, every person buying  one  dollar's    worth    "of,.anything  in  our store, will receive a coupon good  for 100    votes.       The person "having  returned to us, on December 31st the  ' largest-number of votes will be given  j the piano absolutely free of' all cost.  I No favors will be shown    Our repu-  ! tntion   for    'square    dealing'   assures  our customers of that fact."  This four hundred dollar Upton  Parlor Grand Piano is* surely a present worth having, and we predict a  very "merry race" for votes during  the next few months.  ' During the period of the contest,  : we understand it is the intention of  this firm to put on special sales, and  increase the number of votes on each  cent purchased in the store on certain days on certain lines. This will  give contestants and their friends an  opportunity to boost their votes.  This firm are surely to be congratulated upon their broad-minded  methods ancl this "Trade Getter' advertising system.  EDUCATIONAL ".MOVIES"  The publis press is everywhere "recording the development and progress  of the moving " picture along educational lines. Questions of censorship and inferior pictures are now of  littlo .importance. The educational  film is demanding and receiving universal attention. The most recent  advantage particularly noticed is the  photographing of motion. The movements of animals, birds, and underwater life, as recorded by the latest  cameras is revealing motions impossible to the" human eye, and consequently never seen before and are  commanding especial attention.  ��������������������������� The managers of the Opera House  have recently shown some very strong  pictures along this line, and that  such pictures are appreciated is evidenced by the large audiences which  have greeted them.  HOW TO KEEP  AFLOAT  The swimming season is close upon  us. It will come in as soon as the  mosquito crop is harvested. Lew  Saretf explains the difficulty which  the non-swimmer has in remaining  afloat in an interesting article, "The  Knack of Learning'to Swim," as follows: , ���������������������������'- . - -  "The non-swimmer, fearing the water, very naturally tenses, his-muscles  as ..he-' struggles to keep ,his head  ab������������������ve water, until hc is as hard as a  rock, and, like 'a rock, he sinks;  whereas the swimmer, having no fear,  relaxes his muscles, and hence becomes buoyant. The explanation is  a simple physical one. Tense, taut  muscles increase the specific gravity,  of the -body and make it .sink in the  water; loose, relaxed muscles (given  aii ordinary supply of air in the  lungs) will make the body 'float."  grounds.     Prices reasonable for good  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  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  THE  ALWAYS  UNIFORM FLOUR  usunmB"m.w.mw*+w*���������������������������i'ri ������������������������������������������������������*",?' ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������-���������������������������W" i  -Main������������������a<nR--ita-.HirTH-STANDARD_OlJLQUALITY._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.  We represent S. O.  SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell  Street Enderby  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter nnd Decorator,  Uox 74, Enderby.  WHY NOT UUY  YOUR SETTING   EGGS AT  HOME?  l'cn.llayinftfitrain, pcdijrrccdnnd bred f.orM yearn  for pgss alone, $0,000: Mothers of the content  pullets now at Victoria. Pen A, ten pullets, full  cistern to pen in content,' $-1.00 per set. Pen fi,  ordinary, f2,00per setting. Order enrly, inquiries  i-omint' hy every mail.  H. E. WABY. ENDERBY, B.C.   .  IV VOU ARE LOOKING FOR A SET OP HOME-MADE HARNESS,  IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET MY PRICES. IN STOCK: SADDLES,  WHIPS, BITS, SPURS, BRUSHES AND EVERYTHING IN THE HARNESS LINE.  FAIR    WEAR   OR    FREE      REPAIRS.  REPAIRING     DONE     PROMPTLY AND ONLY BEST MATERIAL USED  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St., Enderby  Wishing to reduce our stock to make room for fall goods, we are  offering our entire stock of Gents' Furnishings, Clothing, and Shoes  regardless of cost.  This is not a Sale of out-of-date and shop-worn goods, as all our  stock is new, clean, and up-to-date.  To show the sincerity of our statements, we quote you a few of the  many bargains we have to offer :���������������������������  MEN'S  SUITS,   $25.00  values .*. '. FOR  $14.50  MEN'S HATS,. $3.00'Values ...- .' .- FOR ..$2.25  MEN'S HATS, $3.00 values  .' , FOR ?1.75  MEN'S  PANAMAS,  $6.00  values ...' '. '. FOR $4.25  MEN'S PANAMAS, $4.50 values  FOR $3.25  MEN'S   STRAW  HATS   CLEARING OUT AT COST  MEN'S "SHOES,  $6.00  values  .....' '. FOR $4.25  MENjS  SHOES,  $5.00  values  .' FOR $3.50  MEN'S OVERALLS,  BIB OR PANT STYLES, ALL COLORS, FOR    85cts  MEN'S SHIRTS, ALL KINDS, ~20 per cent, off Selling Price.  MEN'S UNDERWEAR, all kinds, 20 per cent, ofl Selling Price.  MEN'S HOSE, all kinds, 2o per cent  ofl Selling Price.*  MEN'S NECKWEAR, 20 per cent off Selling Price.  MEN'S  SUSPENDERS,  all kinds,  20 per cent, off-Selling Price.  WE ARE CLEARING  OUT OUR ENTIRE    STOCK    OF    LADDIES'    AND  CHILDREN'S   SHOES   REGARDLESS OF COST.  All other goods sold at proportionately low prices.  We   are   clearing   out   our   entire   stock  of  Ladies and"  Children's Shoes  regardless of cost. \    *  Sale commences Friday morn of thei 1th  and continues until Sat. night of the 19th  .xi  &4  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon "Territory, th������������������  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for ,a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased, to one applicant."  Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in. which rights applied for are  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 be aceon*-  panied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded^iUthe^rights^appIied^for^are^  <iot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  ratcof five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should b* furnished at least  "once a" year."  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee 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 nn 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.  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head-  ,3ca word first insertion/ lc a word"  each subsequent insertion..        -     - -  FOR SALE���������������������������Registered" Red Poll-bull '  ���������������������������'.'Fairview Chief" 20 mos. old,"price  ��������������������������� $60;   four-year-old    black mare and-  colt;  3-year-old gelding;    2-year-old'.  gelding;,    1-year-pld'     gelding." G.  Murdock,'Enderby. ��������������������������� " .,"_'".-'.,  HAY PRESSING-Orders now.taken:~_  -Orders filled in order ..received.   .'. A*  -Tomkinson,  Enderby-Deep Creek. ".������������������������������������������������������"  v.-   i-  FAMILY  SEWING���������������������������Dressmaking, and.  pressing and cleaning, promptly attended to by Miss Lena Carlson, in  the Crane   building,    next to City'  Hall, Enderby.  .FOJR=S_AL.E^4rroomi=.co.tta"ge,==bungai=  low type, with 1 to 5 acres bearing  orchard    attached. Also several  blocks of 5 to 10    acres;  fruit and1  alfalfa land.     Apply to owner, Geo  R. Lawes, Enderby.   Heights. tf  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Gardener, landscape and  jobbing gardener. 7  x.  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking parlors to ^ the Matthews house, on Clifl Sti, west of  George.  CLEANING, PRESSING & REPAIR-  ing, plain sewing, dressmaking.Miss  Airth has opened a sewing room in  the building formerly occupied by  The Walker Press, Enderby, where  she will be pleased to meet all desiring her services.  WE   are   determined   to  give  the   people  of  Enderby and District  the best quality  of  Household Furnishing on the market, at live-  ������������������ and-let-live   prices,   and   solicit  your  patronage.  Come in and examine our stock of high-class furniture  bedsprings, "mattresses, carpets, matting, etc.    We  will be pleased to show them.  FURNITURE DEALERS,  ENDERBY, B.C.  UNDERTAKERS.  CABINET    MAKER  UPHOLSTERERS


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