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 Enderby, B.C., September 4, 1913  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  - Vol. 6; No. 27; Whole No. 287  Locals of Home Events of Interest  Near Home and Far Away  IS  Teece left for Edmonton on'   Mrs. Kilby, trained   nurse recently  from - New ��������������������������� York, has joined her  absent on a visit mother, Mrs. Sewell", in.the Enderby  Hospital, and this popular institution will continue to receive patients  -as in the past. The Enderby Hospital was licensed . some *"���������������������������*��������������������������� time ago  and is now under government supervision. -  ,  Arthur  Monday.  R.- Blackburn  , to the prairie provinces.  Miss Gibbs is .spending a few days  at Lake Louise Chateau.  Mr. R. Mowat, of Kamloops paid  a short visit to Enderby this week.  Mrs. J. J. Clarke and son left to  join her husband in Manitoba on  Saturday." , - ^  Mrs. Bishop left/ for Sicamous the  past~-week, where ' Mr: Bishop.is'engaged in the lumber, industry.  A business" meeting of the-Hospital  MR". METCALF AGAIN  Editor The Enderby Press. , ;  Dear, Sir: ',. In your last week's issue ;y"ou state that my lettervon the  above subject   does   not/require any  ������������������     ... .,, ^ ��������������������������� _ ,4, ���������������������������,.-     ,  -    ..--=��������������������������� reply-from, either   you   nor the"city*  Auxiliary;will be held Thursday,-(to- _,^ ZA    ,    a .     ."    c.        ;      J *  ^    AA��������������������������� ,a 'q%n ��������������������������������������������� - -   ��������������������������� - Ay "ns   tt n, .** i Board of--School - Trustees , for two  day )a 3.30 p. m. in the City Hall.--   ' '-��������������������������� ��������������������������� . fl���������������������������-,r   ���������������������������' .        -'���������������������������-., J-_  - ���������������������������.-  ���������������������������<--.,_..;- .  ���������������������������        -        J : reasons; firstly being a resident out-  / Mrs. Williamson   and   son Ray. left side ofthe, proposed limit and having.  the past/week^" %    *fi    , where, they intend in future to reside. I   In reply to   your first/objection, I  -7.    7   A meeting .of \the"  Gifis'?:Guild-wlll. mat st^"th?t^ **? ^���������������������������>5'������������������,!?%9f. f^e  7/  ".be, held in-the; basement' ofthePres- trlstAeT? of the: North Enderby School^  T'r ���������������������������; = byterian! church,';Friday* eveningr-at' 8" pistrict,;l/am,entitled to express "the1  7   - ' p. m.       :r i~A- AtA'-'-y    ���������������������������--���������������������������{���������������������������- --- *''/ ; i views 'of: those of -oiir ratepayers who  -.-  ������������������������������������������������������' Mr.N.. E. Landoh, accompanied/by aT.f within - the'..proposed\three mile,  .-    /" 'his'-sister, Mrs." r7:D. L.Long, left'-111?1*1' ' **? atao/as. it^wiir effect' those  .- '   " on; Saturday ,'on. a-visit to the -coost'11^-' mys&7who' are'just,bey ond- it.-"'  -v   .* cities. "' 4- ,-���������������������������-'; i I   If. the great-object of'centralization  ;   - . Reg.-Crane','   A.    C., Attenborough, ;of schools was the-reason for the city  >      C. Fravel and''R-. 'uii'tinV loft An X������������������t Enderby, "school .'trustees;building  trip    to  Ruttan left on. a  Mabel   Lake 'this  camping  week* 7 -       \ '.  Miss Marion-.Mclnnis," of.New Denver, will be   married "to "Mr. Alfred  Watson," on Monday, the'8t;h-of Sep-  . tember. . -" "I   ' -  '���������������������������������������������  Ll  The following Enderbyites left .for  the Vancouver Exhibition on Friday:  H..,H. Worthington, Mrs. Kilby, - Vf,.  and " H. Golightly," , Mr. z and . Mrs.  Mitchell. ��������������������������� '_     "*"        -        "  . W. E. -Banton came *��������������������������� in from the  coast on Wednesday on business and  will remain a. week" or two.- ��������������������������� He anticipates" having his law office in operation here in a"few.days.','    ,-  The_Lord���������������������������Bishop���������������������������of_New-LWest-  minster will visit Enderby on Sunday morning next," Sept. 7th.* The  rite of confirmation will be administered during the", morning service at  11 o'clock.' *        i  The Armstrong Growers' Association received last week $28,000 from  the Provincial Government, the lat-  ter's. share toward the farmers'. cooperative" "association formed "this  summer throughout the Valley.���������������������������The  Advertiser.  A little girl was telling about her  holiday trip to the woods with her  daddy on the clay the shooting season. "Papa didn't get a deer. He  went into the bush after a deer, but  it wouldn't come out." A second later: "Papa shot one grouse; 'cause it  was running along the road."  Bears have been frequently seen in  the vicinity of the Mabel lake road  recently. A mother bear with two  cubs were encountered on the road  by a settler the other day, who was  driving a team of horses, walking'behind them. The cubs came playfully  up to the horses, and the mother  bear showed fight. The man turned  and made in the opposite direction.  A large number of Enderbyites visited Vernon on Monday, and all report that the    celebration there was  Enderby, school ��������������������������� trustees; building  their" "present; eight-roomed school  house/then' why were the -people/ of  this district" not approached iii the  matter when -they were at the time  without-a.school'through .the organ1  lzation of tlie.'Grindrod School District? Why did they wait till we  had our district reorganized and the  one-roomed school-house removed at  great expense to' a more,central position.. . ' ' ���������������������������  The sole object of the city of En-"  derby school board being for the ad  -vancement of education in "this-district, why do they make it- a three:  mile limit instead of taking "in all  the North    Enderby .school district?  No, they evidently prefer the three-  miles which just goes to the north  boundary of our school site and  takes in the cream of this ^district  financially so far as revenue for  school purposes are -concerned. What  about the education facilities for.the  children that are left in the remaining part of this district?  -The-three mile���������������������������limit"also "takes in  the very people who a year ago got  up a petition to be removed out of  the Enderby district. I might state  that they got up ������������������������������������������������������ the petition themselves and were not sent type-written  forms to sign by the North Enderby  school trustees, as was done by the  rustces of  the Enderby district.  This petition ought to be proof  enough that the writer is only expressing the views of those interested  parties.  As regards our Editor's second objection to -my ^criticism by which he  evidently means children of school  age, well I for one would like to  know where he has a look-in, ancl if  we accept the' leading lights of the  city of Enderby for our guide, this is  not a necessary qualification for a  school trustee.  In regard   to   wild   land    tax, experience has   taught    many    in   this  district that it is    preferable to pay  very fine.     The parade was especially, the wild    land    tax   on   unimproved  limit scheme is only another of those  mischievious bombs that are manufactured in our editor's laboratory,"  which, generally do more harm than  good to e >ther .the" advancement or  good of any, either city or rural district. I have the opinion that when  the city of Enderby Board of School  .Trustees have any object in view for  the advancement of this district on  educational lines they will come forward in a straight-forward manner  and consult the people interested,and  unless they-are -; prepared to do this  their best plan is tto keep within  their present limit;   *  l  A Your very truly,  J.  C. METCALF,"  a ��������������������������� -  Sec.-tras.   North    Enderby    School  Board. ��������������������������� ^      - A    --  This communication shows what a  Board of School Trustees has to contend with.- The whole trouble seems  tof.be the -result,of.misunderstanding.  Mr. "Metcalf,"..like.-- a���������������������������few others,- for  whom ,he. claims ' to - be, speaking,-is  laboring .'under an ; imaginary grievance. He thinks ;' the Enderby school  board is . endeavoring' to extend;the  limits "of the'Enderby; School .District  in order * to - benefit^/the ^members "of  the* board, though'7'in 7 what way he  doesynot; make - clear. - There is much  Mr. Metcalf is ignorant of Hn connec-'  tion-with the case. ... In the first  place the North'-Enderby School District was - organized"'" to escape what  some of the-owner's of outlying property feared "-would" be-excessive "taxation when "the- new Enderby ^school  was' decided **> upon.'' This',' of ."'course,  was a -bugbear^ they -had '.little :to  fear, 'for" it'' is-_ generally recognized  that the cost-"of upkeep of'a first-  class graded school is very much less  per capita, of" pupils in attendance  than for the same pupils to !be^ educated in the' small one-room school  houses scattered about here and  there. After." operating- the school  one season," this" fact "4.was brought  home to some of these same proper ?,y  owners__who._had���������������������������children_attending.  Then the children    were   sent to the  Earl Jr Continues to Beat the Big ,  Ones on the New England Circuit  Earl Jr. is making a marvelous  record on the Grand Circuit, this season. He has - entered in five free-  for all pacing races���������������������������at Lewiston,  Mr., Bangor, Me.', -Augusta, Me.,  Salem, N. H. and Hartford, Con.���������������������������  and in each race he set a new record  on the" various tracks'.. Mr." P. H.  Murphy, who is with' the horse and  si-guiding his jockey in the handling  of. the grey, 4 wires ' of the last great  race, at Hartford, Con. This "race  was witnessed by-a crowd of 60,000.  It was paced ton the' favorite-track  for'Braden Direct, the black hope of  the Grand Circuit breeders, who is  or was selected as. the horse, that  was to stop the" Earl in his. sterling  record for ���������������������������theseason7::"- Braden-Di-  rect paced the" fastest ^mile for* a'4-  year-old" on - the Grand," Cirruit/for  1912. l He was beaten;by Earl'Jr^at  Salem last week,-, but ,on" a half-mile  track arid'soft at that'.. The ".backers  of -Braden"Direct" were;surer-the black  horse would put.--it"bver^the>"grey "on  the;mile track'.at Hartford," but-here  the"Earl again' fooled them." Of this  race Mr. 'Murphy-wires:";^.;..-_,^ /-,-  ,'Hartford," Conn.";JSept':-1.���������������������������Earl/Jr.'  won free-for-all; Braderi; Direct; second; Branham'Baugham "third. Waller  Coch'ato "shut-out ' "out in last,\tieat.  Heats,  2.2f;    2.3i,  great" race:- 7_They  beat, the Earl..''  ': From "dispatches  Braden .Direct . won^ the  while Earl   Jr.    carried  2.2J. ()   It was a  afe-all"trying to  P'. H. Murphy.  it is learned that  first heat,  off the 2nd  inches that he -flashed at the finish.  Braden Direct went" to a- break when  Eagan sent him after the grey fellow  on the far turn.'  "Braden Direct- wade'-his' followers  feeLwell in the second mile by racing-  out in    front on    reaching ' the back- .  stretch,  but when Milloy driving, the.  Earl, turned/his'sacing machine loose "  at the^ three-quarters," pacing in everij-  time was;more than Direct'could at-v  tend ,-tp.;'and"; ,mind~ the: footing:". As".,'  the horse from Western ^Canada over- -���������������������������  hauled him he: took-the challenge -oh'  the run,- and. when   he caught,/the  race was over and Hal B Jr had.'sec-7.  onh money -tucked.- away. "-.;.< ,"-, r'\7 -_-'7  ;���������������������������?_-  * .v  SLOW REGISTRY .WORK .  -It _isn'tr.much. ^wonder, that; -land  sales .;in K the - ."inetrior.. of _ B". ������������������������������������������������������ C. % have  diminished" to."a \ whisper."-.:'- We"were  shown a..- certificate"-^of'tregistration j  issued .out "of the ���������������������������Kamippps joffice/pntT^  a~ title, to a "piece -'of property from?/"  theC original" Crown-_^owner_-' toe the'"'."'?  buyer?- hence/had -/never'/been held^/up- '"'  inr^nnv-i'iTAr "<������������������ in-the -f paper s.\ The'"--  that" the applica-''*--u  '-   Kr ,T,y "i I  fdrTf-any-ierror r.in  certificate   showed  and 3rd." It is" noteworthy in read-  -lig they breeders', papers that when  the- Enderby horse wins and the  favorites are- beaten, the merest mention'of the fact/is made,"followed by  long predictions . of what. the favorites are going to do-with the Earl in  the next race:  The newspaper reports of the" races  are far    more   fair,  .and, the_great.  good,  series  $1,000    was    played  .between Vernon  The first baseball game of a, land in preference  of   five   games   for a purse of have to   be   paid  and Kelowna,  Vernon team.  and   was won by the  to the taxes that  under   the assessment of the city of Enderby.  In conclusion   I   might say that I  am led to believe that the three-mile  Enderby school. The Enderby school  board put it up to them clearly! In  justice to our own ratepayers, they  said in substance, we cannot provide education for children from outside school districts. You will have  to either have "your children educated  in your own school district or pay  th~e~"per~ c"apita""f equired" "to"educate  tha children in the Enderby school.  These parents did not feel disposed to  pay the school taxes in both districts, so the simplest way out of it  was for them to apply to the Provincial Board of Education to be  admitted into the Enderby school  district. This petition is now pending. In the meantime the children  of the petitioners are allowed to attend the Enderby school.  Por this action, Mr.' Metcalf has  drawn up a bitter indictment against  the Enderby Board of School Trustees. When the facts in the case are  known, Mr." Metcalf's effusion-appears  somewhat out of joint. Mr. Metcalf  also has an opinion in relation to  the editor ..of this uaper and his  bomb manufacturing proclivities, but  Mr. Metcalf is as badly awry of the  facts in this connection as he is in  connection with the Board ol School  Trustees. In fact, Mr. Metcalf appears to. be up in a flying machine  in connection with the whole matter.  Bob Peel has been so busy making  sales this week that he has not had  time to write his ad copy.  ittle grey is given full credit for the  work he is doing.  Of"the race at Augusta a report  says: '''Earl Jr. Wednesday, before a  crowd of fully 7,000 people at the  Augusta Driving Park, repeated his  Lewiston and Bangor'successes in the  Hanks' Grand Pine Tree Circuit, by  winning the free-for-all , in ���������������������������_ .three  ~traight~~heats,"~~ and"- lowering" the  track record in the last heat to 2.08i-  "Grand Circuit stuff or better!"  was the declaration   of many, for it  was certainly ���������������������������a high-class exhibition."  Speaking of the race at Salem, N.  H., the Boston Globe says: "The  victory of Earl Jr in the free-for-all  pace was not quite so unexpected, as  the grey war horse has been making  a sterling campaign over the double  ovals of Maine, and New England  turfmen figured he* would be more at  home in the soft footing than Braden  Direct, who is ofl thc parlor tracks  of Michigan. The men who have been  following the big line, however,  could not be talked out of the notion that the Denver pony was not  the best over any sort of going.  "Earl Jr had his work cut out,  and it was only his ability to t .amp  through the stretch at better than a  two-minute clip that enabled him to  win the first heat in 2:04}. His  competitor was not Braden Direct,  however, but Hal B.  Jr.  "Earl Jr took the track at once in  the fast pace and did not lose it the  first heat,    although it was. only by  tion for'registration   had been' made A  on .the V- 30th    of -' May', 19101 " And it' ���������������������������-'  was registered on the 7th of 'Septem-"  ber,< 1912?"- At "this-rate, il ii 'takes*/-  16 months to get" first papers['.regis- ...  tered under.our- registy system7 hbw.7*  long .'will^it ���������������������������- take-' to' get' property.  deeds registered" oii property that -has ������������������������������������������������������  passed ,through, many hands.. % Under _-.  our ^system 'of   registration," it .takes ���������������������������  from a year'to . 18.7-months to get"a-";  paper Jthrough .. the ,registry office���������������������������".-  something, that " should be/.done-in 8 ,-  to 10 days.",- ,If ; a    business " house ���������������������������_  conducted itt business with the .same/  amount of alacrity, as is' apparent in  the registry offices'  of the Province,  how-long would he prosper?  xTj--if-��������������������������� -dm  - /%   *-aji  r_,���������������������������A,, J&J  7 ',.* j*,**  j-WM^p  " it J- _%  * *' '     -vf  a. -v?  -   : ^"r  J. p.  <f  STOLE A RAZOR  George Burnham walked in" to Enderby last Friday morning, because  he didn't have the price to ride. In  about half an hour he walked into'  the Enderby hotel barber shop while  the proprietor was absent and put a  razor in his pocket, in a few minutes the proprietor returned and the  man was accused of stealing the face  cleaner. He denied it, ancl at the  same time made steps for the rear as  Officer Bailey was called. The Constable followed him. A sharp run  down the Vernon Road headed the  culprit off and he took shelter under  he loading platform in the sawmill  yard. The Constable quickly had  him in the lock-up. The next day he  was taken to Vernon to serve a 30t  day sentence for petty larceny.  L. Tretheway, who has been visiting with Mr. G. L. Williams, left lor  the coast last Friday.  Two recruits were added to the local Boy" Scouts at their last meeting.."  The boys are   making good progress  in their work, and there is room for  more boys to join the troop.  If you want to make money surely  and quickly, bui inside town property. For Sale, 180 lt. frontage on  Belvidere St.; 7.roomed house, large  stable, back entrance on Stanley Stf  Price $3,750. Graham Rosoman,  Enderby.  -crr-.~p-.-p  1 -.y^-yt^tr^" THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 4, 1913  F^IAGIC������������������ADTHEI  ^0 BAKIN&UAm  AtuM POWDER  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  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at  Erjdenby, B.C. st  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising- Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising1. $1 an inoh per month.  LefKil Notices: 12c a line firit insertion; 8c a lin������������������  each subsequent insertion.  Reading: Notices and Locals: 15c a line.  SEPTEMBER 4. 1913  We represent S. C.  SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell   Street      . Enderby.  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  ENLARGING    SCHOOL DISTRICT  be desired,    by   the trip, hour,  day,  week or    month,    to    all the fishing !the children so privileged  There seems to   be a great deal of  misapprehension on the part of a few  residents outside    of the present En-  derbay school    district as- to the action of the Board of School Trustees  in agreeing to   increase the limits of  the district to    three miles provided  the required    number   of   parents of  school children" within  tbe three-mile  limit desiring to   take advantage of  the better    facilities   offered    in  the  Enderby    school   will, sign the necessary petition to   be presented to the  Department   of    Education "to enable  the district to be    so increased.     It  should be   understood   at the outset  that for the    past two years quite a  number of children from  neighboring  school districts    near    Enderby have  been taking advantage of the Ender-.  ty school without the districts from  vhich  they   attend    paying into  the  Enderby district anything in the way  of school taxes for   tho education of  The mem-  excellent staff of teachers and the  better school facilities. "All right,'*  say the trustees, ������������������������������������������������������ "we have the room  and will gladly take your children in?  but if your district is not prepared  to pay for them at the same rate as  is collected for the education of the  children within our own district, the  only thing left for you to ido is to  come into our school district."  With this understanding, the parents in the adjoining school districts  desiring to take advantage of the increased facilities in Enderby for their  children have signed a petition asking to have the limit extended.  Much has been said in connection  with this phase of the school question, and the members of the Board  of School Trustees bitterly condemned  in some quarters for taking the stand  they have, but in justice to all concerned, there cannot be any doubt  about the security of their position.  They are not there to provide education for the children of one parent  at the expense of another; nor are  they there to collect by action of-law  ���������������������������even if the school act made provision for it, which it does not���������������������������  the school taxes from another school  district which refuses to pay over  the school tax collected for the education of the children.  The present    school    population of  the Enderby    school    district   is ac-  jcommodated in six rooms.     The new  i school building   now nearing comple-  jtion at a, cost    of $60,000, will have  'eight    school    rooms   and    assembly  hall.     The per capita school rate is  approximately    $23    per child.      The  per capita school rate in most of the  little     one-room     country     district  schools where the attendance is from  5 to 10, amounts to something over  $90 per child.     And the nature of the  education cannot    be compared.     It  is this fact that    is    influencing the  parents of the   children in the neighboring districts in their effort to get  into the proposed three-mile district  LET US SUPPLY  YOUR WANTS  FOR THE SHOOTING SEASON  We have a complete stock of  Ammunition  Rifles  Shot Guns  Game Bags  Hunting Coats  Our prices are reasonable and our  goods the best that money can buy  When you want a nice cool place to sit  down and rest for a while when in town  call in. We provide comfortable seats for  all who wish to use them. You do not  need to buy, and our store is so large that  you will not interfere with anyone . . . .  PLUMBING.HEATINGJINSMITHING  places_o_n_the_. _lake.and the_,camPing bers o*    the    Enderby   school_board  grounds.     Prices reasonable for good bave taken  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  < **  E. J, Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekora  and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  I  ON ANY OP THE DOUGLAS LAKE  CATTLE  COMPANY'S   HOLDINGS  Anyone    found    trespassing will be  prosecuted.  By order,  THE DOUGUS LAKE CATTLE CONMfflf, Ltd.  THE POLICE  MAGISTRATESHIP  The    correspondence    between     the  Enderby City Council and City Clerk  Rosoman   relative    to   the - office of  Police   Magistrate,    appearing in the  council,   proceedings    last  week,  was  sufficiently clear and to the point to  allow of no    misunderstanding.      As  to the wisdom    of   the Council's action in demanding that the offices of  City Clerk and Police Magistrate be  separated   time    alone    can    demonstrate.       Mr.    Rosoman,   as Magistrate, has ever been a careful, painstaking and conscientious official  and  his judicial mind   made him particularly well-fitted    for the magistracy.  It was very convenient, too, to have  the   magistrate   always   on hand in  the City Hall.     These facts were appreciated by the members of the City  Council quite as much as by anyone  else.     The only question confronting  them was that of   keeping the work  of one officer down to where it could  be^handled^by^him.^and-as^Mr.^Roso-  man is a most   proficient City Clerk  ���������������������������recognized as one of the best in the  Province���������������������������the   Mayor   and   Aldermen  to have his  undivided  atten-  this position: The law  provides that all school children  must be provided free education in  the school district in which they re-(desired  side and from which the school tax ! tion given to this work,  is collected.. But the law does not The recommendation of Mr. Teece  provide that any school child shall to fill the magistracy may be the  bo given educational facilities in best that can be made. Experience  an adjoining school district if thelalone will have to demonstrate his  school district "from "which" the'ehild'fitness for    the   position.     It is not  comes refuses to pay over to the adjoining school district the per capita  tax required for thc child's education.      For some   years past several  an easy one to fill but Mr. Teece has  unlimited patience   and    may fill the  bill most admirably.  However,    the    resignation    of Mr.  As Bargaih Sales are*  Fashionable these days 7:  I have decided to offer a few snaps that will no doubt  make people sit up and take notice.     These are real  Bargains and will only be open for a few days  FOUR beautiful lots with large fruit trees and "a splendid crop of clover,.  close"to centre of the city; each lot .containing    one-quarter   of aa '  acre.   Price $400 each; very easy terms.  85 ACRES excellent land for mixed-farming or. fruit   growing;   about 12  acres under cultivation;,good, comfortable   six-room'    house,     with  spring water piped into it.   Small barn and chicken house; all good  land.     Two miles from town:   Price, |60 per acre.  TEN-ACRE LOTS at Riverdale, on easy terms.  H. W. Harvey  Fire and Life Insurance.     Post Office Block. Enderby  Real Estate Broker.  children from    the   Armstrong muni- Rosoman as    magistrate has first to  cipality residing near Enderby have  taken advantage of attending the Enderby school. Children from North  Enderby School District have done  likewise. 'But neither the Armstrong  municipality nor the North Enderby  School District will turn over to the  Enderby School Board the per capita  tax required for tbe education of  these children.       And    the    Enderby  be accepted by the Attorney-General.  COAST-GROWN TREES  Mr. H. E. C. Harris, who has lately taken up his home near Enderby,  is already booking orders for spring  delivery of the well-known non-irrigated trees, etc.,    of   the B. C. Nur-  o u    i n      _ _ i      ., ._���������������������������      ...   series Company, of Vancouver.   Gov-  School Board takes the position that i .      J     J  +v,,-��������������������������� r._,.   ������������������������������������������������������,,;<-o   *���������������������������_    ������������������.������������������������������������������������������+ ,<*_���������������������������.. .��������������������������� .ernment officials    at Vancouver have  this per   capita   tax    must either bc i  ..,    ���������������������������     .    .,     ,      iii .expressed themselves in no uncertain  paid over to the local school account |  terms as    to    the   excellence of non-  irrigated stock, and there is naturally a big demand for it.  FOREST REVENUE INCREASING  or the children educated in the district from which the school tax is  collected. Otherwise they will be  loading upon the ratepayers of the  Enderby district the expenee of their  education.     This the Enderby Board  of School Trustees is not prepared to     For   the   first   six   months of the  do any longer. present year the forest revenue of the  The parents of these children still B. C. Government amounts, to $1,-  desire their children shall have the 443,650 as compared with $1,175,296  benefits of the teaching by Enderby's for the same period in 1912.  tm^msffsm  mmm?wm.  IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR ASBT OF HOME-MADE HARNESS,  IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET MYPRICES.   IN STOCK: SADDLES,  WHIPS, BITS, SPURS, BRUSHBSAND EVERYTHING IN THE) HARNESS LINE.  FAIR WEAR OR FREE  REPAIRS.  REPAIRING DONE  PROMPTLYAND ONLY BEST MATERIAL USED  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St., Enderby  Deer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on 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, *vill be planted and cared for at a  moderate charge. z'.-"A"'" / /  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots ;.r   now on the market at /176  per acre.  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PAKHAM,  Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.  i ��������������������������� i- [!       i"'  \)Ay.--  If'1  Thursday, September 4, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  SPLENDID   RECORD BEING MADE and to utilize it for the purpose for  which it   is    best    suited.       In this  In less than two years of office the policy the Lands    Department is far  /Borden Government has to its credit  OF    CANADA  P.-itil-i.pCapltal.Rcservcfiiml fiJO Q*7ff AAA  a:nl Undivided Prolils (Over) ������������������PO������������������������������������>i*>,Vl5y  Total Assets (Over)    $69,000,000  When Yom Take  tbat Trip  carry your funds in the form of  our Letters of Credit or Travellers'  Cheques, in denominations of $10,  $20, $50, $100 or $200. The  values in foreign currencies are  stated ou the face, and as these  Cheques are payable without  discount" you cau ahvays get their  full value in the money 'of the  country you .arc visiting, without  delay.'or difficulty.   ,'"   .  Ender&y BrancD,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  J. S. JOHNSTONE  , Cement Building  Contractor  a magnificent record of national development. The present government  has made generous provision for all  legitimate needs but at the same  time has taken due care that in the  expenditure of all moneys voted,  business methods must prevail, capable officials must be employed and  for every dollar of expenditure there  must be a dollar's worth of return  to the people of Canada. I  ( Upon that basis the Government'  has undertaken and is pressing forward a program of development' covering the whole of Canada. Important ' and long-needed harbor improvements are in .progress on both  oceans and upon the" great lakes, the  ahead of  Canada.  any   similar department in  PREAMBLE  Enetsr&y Retail Merciianfs'Assoctafion  In order to foster and maintain a  permanent social feeling among the  merchants of Enderby; to obliterate  distrust and inspire confidence among  the members of the trade; to correct  excessive and unmercantile competition; to remove by concert of action  such evils and customs as are against  good policy and sound business principle,���������������������������whether it be cutting of prices, selling of-the'wholesale house at  retail,, improper;'-" house-to-house ped-  canal system of Canada is^ being ex- j dHng/ &e distfibutioi-.  and consump.  tended and improved to meet the im- j ^on  perativc  demand  for better facilities  of: water transportation,-'the ��������������������������� Nation-*  off* adulterated . aad   unwholesome , gbodf^-v-the .use   -of fictitious  jiabels'.ithe use-of    dishonest weights  measures ,7 or   whatsoever    the  al "-Transcontinental ..Railway." leaks l^n(t,  have been stopped, tfce road pressed-! evil may be_jtb. disseminate ��������������������������� useful  to completion and the difficulty arts-- information, to Swatch and influence  ing from the Quebec bridge disaster 'legislation -' -towards the better protection of our capital; to assist our  members in collecting delinquent accounts; to .encourage-the observance  of-the Sabbath and all legal holidays  and to attain    the results which ex-  |     A Handsome! Edison  Triumph Phonograph  (Value $97.50)  Given Away Absolutely FREE  A key given with every $1.00 cash purchase, or every ?2.00 paid on  back account. The key that will unlock and release the Phonograph  takes thc instrument.  We will a'dvisc you-when the keys have all been   distributed.  This oiler includes also moneys paid for electrical goods, or paid in  to us on Mr. H. G. Mann's account.  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  ... J. E. CRANE,  Afrent also for Church and Parlor Organs  Also Fire and Life Insurance  Oflice in BELL brick block  Enderby Agent  CONTRACTORS  ANO  BUILDERS  overcome by the establishment of a  car ferry. The Hudson Bay Railway  ancl terminals are to be completed by  1915. A system of public owned elevators is being established in Western Canada. A parcel post system  will be. in   operation   by the end_of  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.  perience .has    proved are not .attain  able by    individual    effort: for these  the year:       The    Atlantic steamship reasons  been    improved   and the  V  ^  $  c-ftARD  estimates  cheerfully  furnished  ENDERBY, B. C  - Furniture   ,  and Household Goods  service has  ,SHUSWAP &" OKANAGAN" BRANCH  Daily, trains!both,\vays  mous Junction to Okanaga  South     .4-,.,_  -..      , .    .  .bound   ���������������������������   .     STATIONS^  .read down  10.20  (Lv)  -10.51  11.05" -  zn:i9'?X'  ril-45 ', -. ,"  11.53  '.12.03' _; ; '  12.30  '  12.50 (Ar)  Sisamous -Jet  Mara  - Grindrod--'  *-    Enderby 7"  Armstrong,,  Realm/    -'  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� Larkin -'-'.  Vernon  Ok. Landing .'  irom Sicar  n Landing:  -   'North  bound  read up  (Ar).>-17:35  -" -. i 1.6-50  :7 '- \. 16.34  ""._ 16:19  :   ,; "15.50  "   ' ~>15.42  ' ' ;15.30  -"15.05  ..(Ly) 14.50,  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pasr Agt:  Vancouver   *  JNO.BURNHAM  - ���������������������������     .- Agent . --'-  Enderby A  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m.,.Holy Com;  munion; 11 a.m.; Morning Prayer;  7:30Jp.m., Evening Prayer.  -ENDERBY-METHODIST CHURCH-  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship "at  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  Epworth League; --Thursday, 8 p.m.,  Prayer Meeting. A-cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  RKV.  J.  G. BROWN, M.A.,- Pastor.  we hereby    resolve ourselves  into an organization to be known as  cable service cheapened. .Trade \vith-lthe iBnderby Retail Merchants' Asso-  in the Empire has been extended and' dation  is being further extended.     The Intercolonial Railway system-is being-improved" in all", its branches.-p   Agricul-.  ture is ^being:fostered and encouraged  by the expenditure of-millions-of federal money in .co-operation  with, the  provinces.   . The St.- Lawrence steamship route is* being    safeguarded and  drydock   facilities ,, provided   for.,the  accommodation  of the largest  ships.  An   'investigation--of-, ocean- freight  rates has" been undertaken.  JyA.zAl/'^,  To. all this, \ but', for the' action.'of  the'Senate,-  would "have"'.been." added,  provision^ for-: the^constructionTarid*  maintenance-of -good roadsjin 'all the  provinces of Canada.-,   -v-"'   ,''���������������������������",   {.-,.  *.These. are _ some"- of * the-butstahding  achievements���������������������������'of;.the Government.;The  list:,is"!"by;-nok7means, exhausted." Yet-  with all "this, the; abounding prosper^.  ty has'made- it :>., unnecessary-Jor. the I District Engineer /Winnipeg, ManT;J.  Government to placed the resources- of's; - MacLachlan; "Esq: ,*"- District. En."  the ��������������������������� Dominion under the slightest !gineer, Victorii, B: G,; V'jv L. Mi-  strain. On the contrary, wise W-'chkiid,--Esq.," District ^Engineer, Post  ministration "of, the' country's -flnan- 'office Building, Montreal, P.Q., J.-G."  ees has resulted -In-, a. material reusing) .Esq.,- District- Engineer,' Conduction in-the public "debt, and the'federation" Life ' "'~ ~ '  credit of Canada never stood higher  before the world., than it stands, todav  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the" undersigned, - aud endorsed "Ten:  "der--for. Jetty and" Dredging, at .the  North ArrcTof the .Frase"r River,- B.  G.'-'A will, be .received'at this*'-office'-u*h-  til 4.00-P." M., on"': Tuesday, "September 30,';1913(> for "the construction ,of  - Jet'ty^and/* Dredging at" -the_ North  Armfof-'tlie Fraser/River,- B.'^C. '".;"' ',  4I^lans",' .7 specification''- -'and-' -form "-of  contract 'can "be'Afseen and ,forms rof  tender ^obtained at this /Department,  anilat the->.o'fficesfof -G. C. "Worsfold;  Esq.V District Engineer', New 'West-;  minster, B.C.;. W.' Z. ��������������������������� Earle,    Esq J  -   PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St.  Andrews _  Sunday   Services���������������������������11 a.m.- and V:30  p.m.; Y.P.S.C.E., Monday, 7:30 p.m.  TOWN. BEAUTIFUL  IDEAS  Supposing , every citizen* in .this  community would subscribe to these  suggestions  from an exchange:  I promise to keep my sidewalk clean  I "promise    to    keep  ,the gutter in  front of my premises fr#e from weeds.  ===I=promise=i)ot=to=throw^fruit-=skin8;  or> paper on the streets.  I-promise to keep the weeds cut  down on' my premises.  I promise to keep my backyard  neat and clean.  I, promise not to-walk  FIRST  BAPTIST  CHURCH  Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school, people's lawns and-pathways  10 a:m.;   regular    service, 3:30 -p.m.;  Prayer_ service./Wedjicsday, _7:_30j p.m_.  REV. B. G. STEWART, Pastor.  across other  CHANGE OF COPY  Copy for all changes of advertisements in the Press should bc in this  oflice on or beforo Tuesday noon to  ensure the change being made. We  cannot guarantee a change if this  rule is not complied with.  The .Walker Press.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  I promise to do all in my power to  keep the town_ neat _and_clean. _. _,,   " I promise to do all in my power  to help others to kcep this pledge.  I promise to keep   my hens in my  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  q\ilcUy ascertain our opinion free whether nn  Invention is probably patentable.   Communion-,  tlonsurlctlycoiillijoiitliil. HANDBOOK-on rat cuts  cent free. Oldest nisoncy for securing putenla.  Pntonta taken throuah Munn & Co. receive  spccialnoticc, without charco, Jutha  Scientific Biiericaij.  A handsomely Illustrated ireeWy. Largest clr-  culiUion ct any scientille journal, i onus tor  Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid, bold by  all newsdealers.  SV2UMN S Co.36?3roadwa^ New York  Branch Cfllco, C25 F St.. ^Va8blu���������������������������ton, D. C.  over night,  . I promise to   get rid of my dog if  it annoys* my   neighbors or is a nuisance to others.  I promise to tend to my own business and not speak slightingly of my  neighbors. ;  Building,     Toronto,  -- -     -       , J1 4 4  Ont., and on application to the Post:  master at Vaocouv'er, B. C.'  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not'be considered unless  made on,the printed forms supplied,  and signed, with their, actual signa:  tures, stating - their occupations and  places'of residence. In, the case of  firms, the * actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of  residence of each member of the firm  Carpets, Linoleums and-Wicker Goods.  ' (> "   . -y    ���������������������������  "-" Picture Framing and Upholstering.   .      ' 7    .  -  . ��������������������������� ..     .Undertaking and Embalming';  ,  4������������������hiii������������������wiipmh *mmtr?xx-XB<x!.-x-rx������������������m:a  .'"-I-  ������������������   *  THE  AL-WA#S*  ^L     ?x  r$~% L  1 ���������������������������* *>\f I  Maintains its HIGH "STANDARD OF QUALITY.   Each*."  - Sack contains , flour: -that .will Fact- like the last_ sack} and:.-;  ahvays .give ,-ybu." GOOD' results -in-BREAD." baking.'^We H\  'exercisefiio end of'\cARE";"ii>CLE^^  wheat, and/alsp"Jnlmilling;qur-jM^  all --"means, .success '���������������������������: to- theCbakeiv'--;   " JJ-7-' 7  '   '     '-"    "  /-yA:yVi\  ���������������������������l-Z-Vrtl  -^r  ^r, .  /���������������������������--,  ^      ; ,=' TOUIT-GROCER^ ;SELLSk ITV> ^  If   he-" does not,   call ���������������������������-up,.^our������������������cifice^   'Fhorie\-4l.  -f ��������������������������� -iii  L*^���������������������������������������������^/V^*J*^i������������������S!  ���������������������������ffyz  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   GO! Limited.  jir JJsg������������������&b������������������  t-������������������r~r^.'r^r,.^nmnr^iK^.^n'jsTi^^raruai'^afritrv^*t^^^  must-be given.  Each 'tender must be acepmpanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to - the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to five per cent (5 p.c.)  of thev amount of the tender, which  will be forfeited if^thc person tendering decline to cnt"r into a contract-  when-called -upon -to do-so,- or -fail-to  complete the work contracted for. Tf  the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  Tho Department   dons not bind it-  own back yard  I promise to keep -my cat shut up [self to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R.  G.  DERROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, Aueust-18, 1913.  Newspapers   will    not   be paid  fo*-  this-advertisement    if   they insert it  without authority from  this Department.���������������������������45074.  _  EXPIRED  TIMBER LIMITS  Victoria, B. O. Sept. 2.���������������������������The Government is about to commence a survey of fifty, expired timber limits in  the, Como.x district. They comprise  some 30,000 acres, and it is possible  that a quantity of this land may be  found suitable for'settlement. If so  these lands will be thrown open for  pre-emption. Outside of the Comox  district there are some 1200 expired  timber licences which will be examined as speedily as possible. The  policy of thc forest branch is to ascertain exactly the nature of the  land in these   expired    timber areas  A POOR PLACE FOR BOYS.  Jail is a poor nlace for boy?. It  is a nsrticularly noor nlace for  'bad' bovp.fruilty of nothing worse  than mischief. Such lads have  common lv an exnbpi'ant enev-^v  which will be useful in th*3 world's  work in later ypars if thev get,  safely through their .mischievous  period. To lock them un in cells  is thp way to turn them into  criminals. '  .? - ir  Is recognized to be the strongest built'Machine  on the market;  it- v/ill last a lifetime; and will  always.do satisfactory work.  Jt is the Type-  -wriierthaHeaGsall'o'th^  It should be in every home where there are  growing boys and girls; familiarity with its use  will   make  them -business men   and  women  For Information, apply to  The Walker Press      Enderby, B.C  "A<!K.NTK  The   Armstrong  G reenhouses  ���������������������������m ��������������������������� i p ��������������������������� i   i ___��������������������������� iM _p i i iii 11 * hiiiwik *r*nmi ���������������������������ir" r ~ ���������������������������  Floral Work of all kinds  to order  ���������������������������  Bouquets     Sprays -"'  Wreaths  and Cut Flowers  Rush Orders by return  t  ������������������"��������������������������� I I III ***������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������l������������������Mfr"i'l'T"���������������������������*"''J*'���������������������������"J"^>'1"  i  Alwyne Buckley  L PHONE     ARMSTRONG    11,  If you  have land  to sell  List it with- me.'  If  you   want to  buy land, see me.  Last year the gross earnings of the  C. P. R. were .$139,000,000 and the  net earnings $46,000,000.  Before investing in a hunting or  fishing shoe, take 'a look at our  stock.     Dill Bros.  My now booklet descriptive of tlio Mm-a District ia now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard,Mara,B.C. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 4, 1913  Lets Get  Better  Acquainted  *I Perhaps you have  worn Hobberlin  clothes before you read  this "ad." If you have  not, and have read the  statements we make  from time to time you  will know that we  claim to make better  garments, better tailoring, better styles, better  fabrics, better values  than you'll get elsewhere for the same  money.  WILL   INVESTIGATE   ROYALTY ON  TIMBER CUT  q If there be the  shadow of a doubt, it's  easy to put us to the  test. Proving every  statement will please  us���������������������������and mean much  better clothes satisfaction to you���������������������������than if  you just came in and  ordered without putting us to the real test.  <������������������ We know you will  agree with us once you  have seen, the garments, the fabrics���������������������������  the styles.  Enderby, B. C.  Sole - Agents   for   Hobberlin   Tailoring  Department of HlHtia and Defence  New Drill Hall at Enderby, B. C  NOTICE TO    CONTRACTORS  SEALED TENDERS marked on the  envelope "Tender for Construction of  Drill Hall at Enderby, B.C.," and  addressed to the Director of Cen-.  tracts, Department of Militia and  Defence, Ottawa, will he received until  noon,    September    15th, 1913,  for  When the amendment of the  Forest Act was under consideration last session the Government  laid before the house certain pro-  prosals for the"*re-adjustment  of  ! that portion of the price at which  , Crown Timber is sold  known  as  . "Royalty."   After submission of  ��������������������������� the draft proposal to the house a  ' representative committee of lum-  iber men conferred with Hon. W.  i R. Ross, the Minister responsible  jfor Forest Administration.    As������������������  I result  the   royalty   amendment  j was worked out in further detail  land    a     tentative    agreement  I reached which appeared to offer  ! a satisfactory solution of the problem.     After further consideration, however, the conviction was  reached that so important and  complex a subject .as   the   sale  price of Crown Timber rendered  even fuller investigation  necessary.   .Accordingly the Minister  of Lands announced   that  time  would be given  for enquiry, action being postponed until the results of this enquiry were   available.    Plans have now been consummated for a series of hearings  by the Hon. W. R. Ross and the  following program has been issued for publication:  Hearing at Vancouver, Sept. 8th.  Kamloops, September 9th. j  Revelstoke       ';        10th.!  Nelson  ' "        12th.  Cranbrook     , "        15th.  addition to these public  hearings members of the industry concerned will be encouraged  to submit their viey/s in writing. \  After this material has been;  compiled and carefully considered  the next step will be an announcement by the Minister regarding the adjustment of royalty,following which the necessary  amendments to the Forest Act  embodying these changes will be  made at the forthcoming Session  ted or not, to guard against it.  In the end,   Mr.   Cunningham  points out, he is the one who suffers.   The government, he states  has already spent $35,000 on fighting the codlin moth during the  Hast five years and more than that  J on the San Jose scale.   The Colo-  j rado potato beetle, he says,  has  ' reached the eastern counties of  Idaho and Montana ancl is marching west.    The most stringent  regulations, he declares, are necessary to keep this pest out of  British Columbia.  MIGHT REMEDY MATTERS  In  Although they have not as a body  engaged in any propaganda or meddled with matters outside their own  affairs, the Okanagan Printers' Guild  might, well.,, have taken up . at" the  recent meeting the ma'tter of mail  facilities between the Okanagan and  the Similkameen which are now  about as stupid, unbusinesslike and  unsatisfactory as they could very  well. be. If the members of the  Guild in the upper end of the Okanagan" Valley" knew that their papers  which come down the lake on Thursday of each week, never reach Hedley  or Princeton until the next Monday,  and often not until Wednesday, they  would doubtless ��������������������������� institute a- crusade  against an arrangement so palpably  behind the times.��������������������������� Hedey Gazette.  'Buy in the Path of Industrial Progress"  NOWHERE   IN   THE    ENTIRE    WORLD   ARE  THERE     GREATER     INDUSTRIAL      ADVAN  TAGES     THAN     AT     INDUSTRIAL     MISSION  As Gary is to the Middle States; as Lowell and Lynn are to  New England; as Jersey City or Paterson are to the Eastern States,  so will INDUSTRIAL MISSION be to all Western Canada-the  throbbing,  humming, heart and   soul   centre of manufacturing  industry.  HERE   ARE   SOME   INTERESTING   FACTS  POSTOFFICE    NOT  BILLBOARD  SHEEP RAISING FARMS.  the construction "or'TPBTilTOttlnf ������������������  Enderby, B.C.  Specifications may be seen and full  particulars obtained at the offices of  the District Officer Commanding Military District .Vo. 11, Victoria, B.C.;  Town Clerk, Enderby, B.C., and the  Director General of Engineer Services  Headquarters, Ottawa.  - -Tenders-must-be-made on-the-form  supplied by the Department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on  a Canadian Chartered Bank, for ten  per cont (10 p.c.) of the amount of  the tender, payable to the order of  the Honourable the Minister of Militia and Defence, which amount will  be forfeited if thc party tendering declines to enter into or fails to complete the contract in accordance with  his tender.  The Department   docs    not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. EUGI-JNE FISET, Colonel.  Deputy Minister..  Department of Militia & Defence,  Ottawa,  August 9,  1913.  Newspapers will not be paid if this  advertisement is inserted* without authority from the Department.  I-I. Q. 14-411-2.���������������������������4C3SS.  FALL     MILLINERY  Just received, a shipment of stylish Fall millinery, representing the  latest styles of London and New  York models. Inspection invited.  The ladies of Enderby will be pleased  with the showing. Miss Wagget,  Patterson Ave., Armstrong.  Sheep raising on a large scale  may be made an entirely successful and eminently profitable industry in the Okanagan valley,  according to Mr. George Heggie,  of Vernon, who has himself demonstrated the feasibility of the  project.  In the spring of this year Mr.  Heggie, as manager of a corporation which controls an immense  acreage near Vernon, imported  1800 head of sheep from Maple  Creek, Sask. Though they encountered a number of difficulties  and adverse conditions at first,  the sheep have thrived beyond  expectation, and Mr. Heggie has  determined to increase the "flock  to 2500 or 3000, and to keep at  least 1000 ewes on hand every  -year-for-breeding-pur-poses  Among the important notices recently issued by the Deputy Postmaster-General, is one which prohibits the posting of any notices  other than those connected with the  postoffice work, in the lobby of any  postoffice. Hitherto cthe local post-  office has been a favorite place for  the posting of . advertising, and this  order of the'department will cause' a  big difference to the appearance of  the postoffice lobby. ��������������������������� Under the.,hew  order/not even " religious'. notices" or  notices relating' to lost -articles will  be permitted t'd be posted.   --   -.   _.'"  -SOME    "REASONS   WHY"  ���������������������������_____r    ^w-^���������������������������       i_H____a_B_M_nM__________a'''''_______B *-*-*-^_^___c___-a____i  INDUSTRIAL MISSION is.located at and is a part of MISSION CITY!.  B. C���������������������������������������������he' very_heart of the famoUs Fraser Valley   in   the most-perfectly  developed "area in  Western Canada'.  INDUSTRIAL MISSION has' the cheapest electrical power for manufacturing purposes on'the North-American continent.  INDUSTRIAL MISSION is the junction point of four Canadian and  American railroads. On main line of Canadian Pacific, at the head of  deep water navigation on the Fraser river, assuring unexcelled rail and  water transportation.  INDUSTRIAL MISSION has all Western Canada and "ihe Orient as a  market. It will occupy the same position as an industrial district as the  famous Okanagan Valley does to-day as a fruit and farm district.  YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO  m^smmmaWasmm MMB-^M^IHBB    J    MMH^BMMMMHU^'M ���������������������������������������������*-*-**������������������  OVERLOOK   INDUSTRIAL    MISSION  -     -WRITE  TO-DAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET. -_  Unquestionably, lots in INDUSTRIAL MISSION are the greatest investment in Western Canada. . "They will treble "in value at the opening"  Of the Panama Canal. - ."������������������������������������������������������--  ARDELL & KIRCHNER  " Sales Agent .        ���������������������������-. ���������������������������  502 Canada Life Bldg. Vancouver, B. C  Get jab.Printing at The Walker Press  At first the sheep, which had  come direct from the prairies,  did not take kindly to" the hills,  nor to the long grass on the  range, for they prefer short food;  but once the range was cropped  short they put on weight rapidly.  The success of the experiment  will undoubtedly result in the  establishment of a hew "industry  in the Okanagan valley. Already  a movement is afoot to urge the  government to raise the coyote  bounty from $3 to $5 in order to  encourage owners of range lands  to take up sheep raising.  Okanagan valley sheep growers  will have a home market. The  butchers of the town of Vernon  alone express willingness to handle from 50 to 100 sheep each  week. At present most of the  mutton used in the valley is imported.  FRUIT PESTS.-  HUNGARIAN  Fi-OUR  Warnings against fruit pests  are being given by Mr. T. Cunningham, provincial fruit pest inspector, in order to safeguard  the British Columbia industry at  a critical time of the year. Owing to practically all foreign  fruit being wrapped with paper,  the task of inspecting each piece  for infection, says Mr. Cunningham, would be endless and he  looks to the foreign grower, who  should know if his fruit is infec-  IA>  w       (n   LIMITED       V  BC  ARE YOU GOOD AT GUESSING?  The name of this popular flour has been purposely omitted. Anyone guessing why, ancl where it can be found, and what it is and why, will be given a prescription absolutely free of cost for a long, prosperous and happy life by The  Devil of The Walker Press Printery. Thursday, September 4,1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  (  l  New Policy Adopted by Lands,.   .  .  Department Covering Free Pasturage  MUST GO  To make room for our Fall  stock, we must get rid of the  books on hand. ' All by the-  best authors���������������������������copyrights and  reprints���������������������������regular $1 and up-r  NOW, 75c; 3 for $2.00  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  CHIT St.   ' . Enderby  -PROFESSIONAL  G.  L. WILLIAMS     o  "-Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  In its progressive and vigorous  policy for the development and conservation of the natural resources of  British Columbia, the Department of  Lands of the Provincial Government  has not failed to recognize the great  possibilities for the upbuilding of the  stock industry through the utilization  of the pasturage on the unoccupied  public lands. Already there has  been suflicient investigation to show  that the vast natural stock ranges  of B,. C. ofler excellent opportunities  for. the successful development of * a  large stock industry,' with great benefit to the Province. At present  only a very.' small part of this forage  crop is used, and the_ problem' has  been to devise means -by which stockmen might be_ encouraged to locate  in British " Columbia," and 'thus to  convert this' natural resource, now  going to waste ��������������������������� year by year, into  beef and mutton, leather and..wool.  .One of the chief difficulties inherent  to this problem, but which hasf been  successfully overcome, was to work  which, while allowing the  sheep   and    cattle,  on a  an'd. early Monday,  day or two 'in the  close to town, the  toppled over quite  Bell Block    - Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H. W: KEITH,  out a plan  ranging of  large scale,  itself  from  and  above  would protect the-range inclusive.  directions bright  and for the past  hills and valleys  birds  are    being  regularly.  If you have a gun arid carry'a gun  licence,  which   must be" secured from  the local provincial game warden  or  constable, then you may shoot���������������������������  Grouse of all kinds,-from Sept. lst  to Dec. 31st,  inclusive.  Prairie    chicken   from Sept. lst to  Oct. 15th, inclusive.  Ducks, geese and snipe, from Sept.  lst until Feb. 28th, 1914, inclusive'. "  Deer, over one   year of age, of the  Columbian    or   Coast    species,  from  Sept. -1st to Dec.-15th, inclusive. " '  You may NOT shoot or trap-  Moose;' anywhere south of the 52nd  degree of latitude, except in the Columbia Electoral District.  Mountain    sheep,'   until    Sept.' lst,  1916. '  You may sell���������������������������  ,  .   " .    ,  Ducks,  geese, and . snipe, from Oct.  lst to Oct. 31st, both dates inclusive.  Deer of the male'sex, over one year  ofVge, from Sept.    lst to Oct. 15th,  Bank of Montreal  <��������������������������� - - Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, .Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 3. 'J. M-. Q.  President,./R'." B. Angus, Esq.   Vice:Preside:, ,H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  -     SAVINGS "BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from 51 upwards, .and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th  June and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH ., ��������������������������� > A.  E.  Taylor,  Manager  British Columbia Nurseries Co., Lid.  ,rOF VANCOUVER, B.C.  Carry only ope grade of NURSERY STOCK/and that THE BEST!  There is nothing.to approach TREES GROWN WITHOUT IRRIGATION.  They are hardier, sturdier, shaplier, better, calipered and- vastly superior  root system to'1*irrigated stock. ' _,      -, ���������������������������:.'"*",���������������������������**  ~.   *   -"  V      *  in  Isn't this the kind of FRUIT. AND ORNAMENTAL  . TREES;-:   SHRUBS,  ROSES,-etc., you want ?    ��������������������������� '  ��������������������������� Ask our local --representative,  y ' ' to call"on -you.     He will be delighted.  H. E; C. Harris  Office hours:   Forenoon,  9 to" 10:30  Afternoon, 3 to '1  " zy "~ - Evening, G:30 to 7:30   .  ; < Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor.'Clifr and George Sts. ENDERBY  SECRET SOCIETIES.---.  A.F.&A.M:  Enderby Lodge No. , 40  Regular meetings .first  jSThursday ion or: after-the  full moon at 8 p. in. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  E. BLANCHARD*' '-WALTER-ROBINSON  ���������������������������'".V:W. M..">,-*"". : ^ ~y :  ~ . Secretary-"^ *  IV-  lAQAOiF.  y<~S������������������&i'  ' " " A^^OSsr   Eureka Lodge, No. 50  ���������������������������Meets every Tuesday evening at So'clock, in l.-O.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.-*��������������������������� Visiting--brothersiaI--  'waya    welcome. ^GEO. BELLAMY.   N. G.  ..4   '    t .--   - HOWARD LOGAN. V. G.  "    ������������������������������������������������������'   " -   '��������������������������� K.'E. WHEELER. Sec'y, "  "y,        l       '     J. B. GAYLORD. Trees.''"  ' " "ENDERBX. LODGE  ':  "No. 35. K.of P.  -  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.-*; Visitors cordially invited to attend.    '.;  "-" T. E.'RODIE/C. C.   " "  J->.-;    C'E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  JOHN BURNHAM. ,JI.F.--*  , Hill suitable forConcprtsT Danced and all public  entertainments.    For rateH,:etc..-afldr���������������������������is, t''.  T. E. RODIE, Enderby  injury' by over-grazing,  all, prevent range monopoly by large owners to the disadvantage of our settlers, and pre-emptors. '--This-problem necessitated not  only - broad consideration oj 'the  methods of utilization of the> public  range adopted"by other (countries'and  their results, but also a .careful consideration of ' the local "conditions;  and "the adaptation to the needs ol  this-.Province of the methods proved  to be most successful -elsewhere. '   .  Hon. W. R.X Ross,- "Minister .of  Lands, foresaw-that ,the administra^  tioii ,of grazing . under - th'e.-"leasing  system would offer serious.disadvant-  Under the general provisions of the  game law, no person may kill more  than 12 _prairie" chicken in any one  day, or have more than that number  of such birds in his possession, without satisfactory proof of the date of'  killing'and taking.  * - Any game" birds . and deer killed  lawfully "during tfoe,open' season may  be kept for the"- private use -of the  owner for , fourteen- days', and-"no  longer", immediately "after the commencement of the tjclose. season; and  ducks,-geese, snipe- and.deer, if lawfully obtained during" the open season for sale,-,may'be"exposed for sale  and sold for. five days, and no longer  "up" large-  -���������������������������'and other-"  POLITICAL  T?NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN,    .. - H. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  ages  -in7 locking-  against'settlement  of ,usej) arijd the>actu'al sale of -grazing  lands, would, r6n,.the "one hand re-  vite" monopoly;7and ,on .the-other^-re^  quire/' so" {lafge^a1"capita! " investments -by c, stockmen", .-as '.to-' retard  the "development(of the industry.-'He  finally,, decided that .under the7permit  system "only," could * full protection' of  the.f public -intere'st~vb*e<assured ,v since  under' this , system?" the number' of  stock can be.."limited-" to" the actual  grazing' capacity, of' the "range," mon-*  opoly can' be -eflectudlly 'prevented,  and full provision -can be-made" for  keep'ing" -the .^grazing "glands- open." for  settlement and ��������������������������� forTthe "utilization 'of  timber and of - any . other recources  needed in the settlement and development of "the country.  '     7-__ ''   - ~-.j  -The application"-of the permit system will involve ��������������������������� the. division of the  range' into natural grazing districts  suitable for^sheep," for cattle, or for  both; "and the fixing; of the number  of head . which may " be allowed to  graze in each, without impairing its  productiveness and carrying capacity.  areas < immediately, after :- the7period."of: sale  of DAIRY STOCK  forms-expires. ' In "all" cases, however,,/the  proof'-of ��������������������������� the'"*'ti'me'*of "killing" or; purchasing-will; be Ton 'the "party 'in'possession;  ;-';--";', y ~~zy~'':,,'-.-i'-~r.'-.-- i -  SYNOPSIS OFCOftL HIKING RKUUTIOKS  Fresh Meats  Wherever necessary,    for,\; the protection "of    water " supply,  or of game,  stock will be excluded, r The. keynote  of the    policy    inaugurated,  by   Mr.  Ross for the administration of grazing ia   the   protection   of the actual  settler in the use   of tlie range.     In  the issuance of grazing permits;, first  1   consideration    win be given> to small  F~ owners of" stock,��������������������������� and*" the- owncrs-of  improved    ranch,   property.     As Mr.  Ross" indicates, "however, the extent  of unused'range is still so preat that  -  after fully -providing 'for' thc needs of  the settlers' stock, there will' remain  (ample accommodation for large herds  of sheep and cattle.  Under the liberal policy established  If you want prime, fresh meats, we lsettlcrs:will--be''"aTlowcd'7to graze a  number of stock free of  all charge. For large herds, however, a ;grazing fee will be charged',;  which in the' beginning will be .merely  nominal, the policy of the Government being to permit'the'-industry to  establish itself fully before making a  charge,4-in accordance with the factual commercial value of the grazing  privilege.���������������������������Victoria Colonist  have them.     Our cattle are grain-fed j reasonable  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.  . .Coal- mining rights-of-the Dominion  in' Manitoba, ��������������������������� Saskatchewan and Al-'  berta,''the--Yukon'    Territory,   .the-  Northwest 4 Territories and'"a portion  of the, province"1 of, British Columbia,.  ' may be - leased for-a -term r of^.twenty-  one years at an   annual rental of $1  an acre.-^Not more rhan 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, dis:  trict in-which rights-applied-for are  situated.   "    ,'      4     '   "."      - 7- "  ���������������������������'  Iu 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 accon*-  -panied^by^a^fee^for^S^wJiich^wilUbe,  refunded if the rights applied for are  '_.ot available, but "not otherwise. A  royalty shall be "paid on the merchantable- output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  - The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon, li the coal mining  rights.are not- being operated,, such  returns should*���������������������������be-furnished- at- least  once a year.    , u  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be con-,  sidered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of ?10.00 an acrt  ��������������������������� 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   ol  this advertisement will not be paid for.  ; At my Market Yards, Vernon    ;>  -  . ''  "        ~"    'Commencing at 2<,p. m; ,-<   *.     -, "-':   ���������������������������   -  '   The above','salV'of,THE.ENTIRE'AND ..WELL-KNOWN," HERD,'belong--  ing to MAJOR T. e/'NAISH",.of.Penticton?- ' will . include --Ped:   Ayrshire;  Cows and Calves,-and Ted.-Ayrshire."Bulli'also-some'12' or 14 head- of good  ' Je"rseys,: Shorthorn,^ Ayrshires' and Holsteins���������������������������graded-stock.    " -,' - A-J-/.:  '���������������������������' (The foregoing, may;be";subject;to'slight change:); -      ,   \'y"   ���������������������������/.   : ������������������-  r" . WRITE\FO~R .CATALOGUE-VAND TERMS-?- Ay'~*\ ''"'",',-'"���������������������������.' '".7\.XX "'  hE. Albert qrchard^ pAMio^^y^n^^Bid  --->::..  y-  \a-<  j ~-;.."Enderby-;. is":a. charming Ayilliage:'with* city; airs';,-:'?7^  When' Pad(iy;.MurpjHy'"shpok ��������������������������� the" snow' of Sandon^ -���������������������������",'.. -  "' ; -"off- his; feet lie" came-'here?' "and; now 7 owns .one of ���������������������������" ���������������������������  ^���������������������������finest -brick", hotels ;in;.the - country. ��������������������������� Although ./  ; . '-��������������������������� Paddy is'ah' Irishman f rdm-rMichigan,v he calls^his ,7-';.  ���������������������������"' 7 .-"hotel -the K'ing^E.dwafcl.7'' IhVaddition,?-:to ^the ex-5 ~;: ���������������������������."-"  x ��������������������������� cellence of the meals, breakfast is,.served: iip^ to* lO;;.^." :;  y ���������������������������: o'clock, whichJs'a'n added, attraction for tourists'."'"'.'. 7.-  '''-.,-. J ~\ ���������������������������-(Extract from Lbwery's Ledg-e.);; JZ','-''      ', -r"..   -      Z _'  King^dwar#!pjtel;;������������������S^:7_^  4   ^    ;' ,\+*  >._rti.~T.V  -y'-z-*-*y  -Jt"-~yfJi.  /z/zj-AX  y. **-At Yvi'  V$yyy\  p'^i V*-i^"5*  ll  -*'*?*��������������������������� -  y     ' ������������������*'  -    j-"^ I  3'-. -j  ���������������������������-t.  Fire, Life, Accident  "INSURANCE=AGENCIES=  REAL ESTATE  Fruit  Lnnd Hay Land  Town LoU  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  '  Th'e Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  Ljri lin-Lingaihire Fire Insurance" Co.  -Royal InsuTarrceCo^f-Ei\-erpDbl*:(Eifrdep:tr  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada. ' '���������������������������  BELL BLOCK. ��������������������������� ENDERBY     -  SHOOTING   SEASON'OPENS  The shooting season is .now open.  Labor Day fell on Monday, the 1st,  and every man with a gun and fortunate enough to have taken out a gun  license, took advantage of the day  to get his first game of the season.  There    was    shooting    heard    in all  Fix up your House, Barn,  .._.i.----anidjC)uil^ilding_5f-____jr.  Here are   somo   specials in lumberwhile they last : _  No. 2, 2x4, per thousand  $ 13.00     *        .     - ' - >  ' CullBoards, per     '.     5.00 per M.  No. 2 Lath, per thousand .:    -1.75  Short Cord Wood  ;���������������������������:..     3.75 ������������������������������������������������������  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  FOR SALE  No. 1 Seed Wheat, Timothy  and Alfalfa Hay. For further particulars apply to���������������������������  F. R. E. DeHart  B.C.  Kelowna  or N. E  Landon,  on the ranch,  . Enderby  An  i  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt.edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and wo 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 v/ill  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 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday,   September 4, 1913  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  STOVE and sewing machine for immediate sale. Great bargains. .Mat-  ley, opposite Theatre.  FOR SALE���������������������������Cheap���������������������������Brood mare for  breeding purposes; also four fine  cows (two Jerseys). Enquire P.,  Walker Press, Enderby.  MRS.  MOFFET SURPRISED  Mrs. F. V. Moffet    and   family left  for'* Seattle    on   Monday.       They in- Government    Irrigated Land    Settle-  AUSTRALIA,  PROVINCE OF VICTORIA-  MRS. WM. POUND AT REST  FAMILY   SEWING���������������������������Dressmaking, and  pressing and cleaning, promptly at-|Party of fifteen    or    twenty Enderby  ntent Opportunities  FOR SALE-Purc    cider vinegar, 30c  ALL K1NDg GARDBN   WQRK don(Ji  per quart; $1    per    gallon.   Special  quotation by the barrel. Sweet  cider, 40 cts per gallon. Geo. R.  Lawes,  Enderby Heights.  tend to make    their    home there.   A  few evenings before their departure a  Unsurpassed ,climate, mean summer  tended to by Miss Lena Carlson, in,ladies took possession of Mrs. Mof-j73 FH. mean Winter Gl FH. (above  the Crane building, next to City' let's home during her temporary ab- /zero).'" Grows everything from  Hall,  Enderby. jsencc and upon    her return gave her.Oranges    to   Onions.       The home of  a surprise.     In    token of their high'Alfalfa,    the    king    of  fodder  crops.  appreciation, Mrs. . Harvey on behalf Butter production last year, $15,000,-  hy John    Gardener,    landscape and Iof the ladies,    presented  Mrs.  Moffet 000.00.       Fruit    growers  market  as-  WOOD SAWING���������������������������Let me have your  orders for cutting logs into 1G to 24-  inch blocks. Apply, A. Bogert, Box  172, Enderby.  FOR  SALE���������������������������Heavy  horses.    ' Okanagan Saw Mills, Enderby, B.C.  jobbing gardener.  FOR   SALE���������������������������Well-built  with a handsome brooch,  set with a sured by Reverse    Season and  Short  .sunburst" of    pearls.       In their  ten j Hauls,  brick  house; 'years>  resi(*tcnce in Enderby, Mr. and I    Visiting    Government delegate,  Mr.  filled cable, etc.   Good concrete eel- Mrs#  Moflet    hftV(,   giycn    an  exprcs. | j. W.  Arthur Kelly,  direct from the  lar; half acre garden; adjoining two I gion tQ Hfe    tnat    ^m    be felt long lands    the    Government   is settling,  departure.      There may be seen    by   those interested as  has not been a   case   where help was follows:  After an illness of several weeks  Mrs. Wm. Pound passed away last  Friday morning, and interment took���������������������������<  place on Saturday, the service being  conducted by Rev. Mr. Brown and  members of the Loyal -/True- Blue  lodg'e, of which deceased was a member.  streets; ?2,200 cash;'$2,300 on time; |years  aftcr ��������������������������� their  (3 years.)     See me for owner's ad-'  dress.     C. G. Piper, Enderby.  needed that it    has    not been  forth-  COTTAGE   and two   lots     for sale;  c������������������minS most    cheerfully and without  IF YOU have any insurance to place;-  cheap for cash,    or terms arranged  to suit.     C. G. 'Piper, Enderby.  Fire, Life,  Accident,  Disease,  Auto-,ONE  SHETLAND PONY FOR  SALE  Cheap.     Enquire C,  Walker Press,  Enderby.  mobile, Liability, Bonded; see me.  Best companies, best values, best  attention. House for sale at reasonable price;- modern and nearly  new; favorably situated. Enquiries welcomed. Jas. Mowat, Bell  Block, Enhcrby.  stint. Mrs. Moffet has taken an active interest in all helpful organization work, and her individual minis:  trations have been to all most Kind.  Kamloops (Leland Hotel) 12th to  15th Sept. Free lantern lecture Saturday, night, 13tlrat 8 o'clock.  Enderby,   (King  Edward)  16th.  Vernon,    (Kalamalka)  17th  to  20th  Special    Government     Landseekers'  CARD OF THANKS -  Please express for us through your  paper our appreciation and thanks  for much'-kindness shown us throughout our sad bereavement!  MR. WM. POUND,  MR.  AND   MRS.  T. POUND.  FOR SALE���������������������������CHEAP���������������������������Eighty and 1-  20th acres unimproved timber land,  2������������������ miles north of Enderby. J. B.  Gaylord,  En'derby.  It means a    genuine   loss   .to have Excursion   from    Vancouver to    Mel-  them  leavtv.  Enderby,    and one that borne,  "Niagara", Nov. 26th.  will be felt.     But they go to Seattle  TO LET���������������������������By thc week-end, week or Burglars made a clean-up of guns  month; shack fully furnished, four and ammunition in the McDermot  miles from Mabel Lake; close to hardware store, Salmon Arm, Sun-  river; good bathing and fishing. day night- Thcy carried uil more  For particulars   apply Postmaster, than    ?200    worth.   The    counter till  for the benefit of their children and  for that change in life that is essen-  tialto a well-rounded experience. Mr.  Moffet will continue the management  of the Columbia Flouring Mills  F. T. A. FRICKE,  Government Representative,  687 Market St.,  San Francisco,Cal.  Wm.   Pound    left    for Winnipeg an  Tuesday.  Joe's   ice    cream    parlors  are the  point of attraction in the evenings.  Hupel.  was found a   mile   or two down the  t-i^t-i  n .t T-.   r.       i      , railroad  track  FOR SALE���������������������������Registered Red Poll bull  ,,r, ���������������������������    ���������������������������      ^,  J.   ��������������������������� ���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������ opened  "Fairview Chief* 20 mos. old, price l-,,  $G0;   four-year-old    black mare and,  where    it   had  been  There   was   no cash in the  colt;  3-year-old  gelding;    2-year-old j   If you want to make money surely  gelding; "  1-year-old      gelding.    G. and  qilickiyi    bui   inside town  prop-  Mvrdock, Enderby. !erty      For Sal6j   180 lt   frontage on  Belvidere St.;   7.roomed house, large  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking parlors to the Matthews house, on Cliff' SU, west of  George.  FOR SALE���������������������������4-room cottage, bunga:  low type, with 1 to 5 acres bearing  orchard" attached."       "Also several  " -blocks of 5 to 10 acres; fruit and  alfalfa land. Apply to* owner, Geo  R. Lawes, Enderby .Heights.  stable, back entrance on Stanley Stf  Price $3,750.  Enderby.  Graham  Rosoman,  Rutherford's harness shop and saddlery has the. most complete stock in  hand ever shown 'in Enderby.- His  heavy-harness work is making a rec%  orh for him.  Face creams    to    be    found   at A.  tf   Reeves' will take, away the tari.  You will find  Millinery Styles absolutely  correct at MUNRO'S  OUR MRS. WATSON HAS RETURNED FROM HER STYLE TRIP  TO THE AMERICAN AND,-COAST OPENINGS, AND  IS PREPARED  WITH THE LATEST, NOVELTIES IN HATS AED TRIMMINGS.  "  Our Low Cash Prices  MAKE BUYING EASY AT MUNROS  Mrs. Watson's trimming experience in Chicago and Cleveland, U.S.A.  ensures high class style and workmanship.  MUNRO <������������������ C O. Armstrong-  THE DRY GOODS    SPECIALISTS ;       '      '   *..  The Ladies of  Enderby  Will be interested in the  Whitewear Specials we  are placing on sale this -  week. In many lines in  this department we are  giving reductions that  are not touched by any  of the big-sale houses.  Special quality Blankets,  Bath Towels, Fall Underwear for the Ladies;  Specialties in Children's  Under Garments and  Dresses, Stockings, etc. ,  W,J;Wpods  AIL accounts " owing"*the "Enderby.  Trading. Company are payable to" W.  J. Woods.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-  -*"tt  of the BEST  made-to-measure  Clothes in Canada  have arrived  Call and look same over and place your  -  !  T  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������  order before some df the best  lines are sold out  We Guarantee a fit and satisfaction in every w^       Remember, pur prices are set by the  Manufacturers and they are the same here as in the city in which they are made, and  we are safe in saying that these prices are lower than you can purchase any other line of  equal quality here or elsewhere.  PrJ J _    -.������������������    Ar*nr1lO    Pon^O   The best pant made in Canada today for the working man.   Best in Quality, cheapest in  Price, and Guaranteed not to rip or tear.  Hunting Boots  10-12-14 and 16-inch leg;  Slater and Williams'  Quality  Sweaters  Dr. Jaeger and Monarch; large  range of styles and colors  Headquarters for the Old Reliable  Stanfield  Unshrinkable  Underwear  School Boots  Large Range of the kind that  wear longest, at lowest prices  Get a Semi-Ready Suit for Fall and be Comfortable.    Ready-Made or Made-to-Measure.   The Suits that Satisfy  Gent's Furnishings  and Shoes  ���������������������������-��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ -��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������+-+ ������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  *-��������������������������� VI  r-   >1  --(I


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