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 En'derby, B.C., November 6, 1913  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 6; No. 36; Whole No. 296  A-  r x  J-i  {  .>  'S  I.  7  1  '���������������������������'  \  in  I  Local News of General Interest and General News of Local Interest  CITY OP ENDERBY  May  pic-  For Enderby's entertainment:  Thursday   evening,    Nov.    6:  Roberts at the Opera House.  Saturday,  Nov.  8:    Eight-reel  ture show, at the Opera House.  , Monday, Nov. 10th: Musical evening  in K.of P. Hall. -���������������������������      .  Tuesday evening,    Nov.  11, Picture  Show at    Opera   House and Musical;  entertainment at Presbyterian church  'Wednesday eve, Nov. 12th, Picture  lecture-at Methodist-church and local  talent at the Opera House.  Thursday eve,. Nov. 13th, local tal-  entat the Opera House.  .Friday evening, at last report,- not  taken.,  Saturday"eve., N6v. 15th, movies at  the Opera House. -  C. G. Piper is - this week finishing  the interior decorations of the Walker  Press block.  A meeting   of the   ladies Hospital  Auxiliary will be held at the home of  Mrs. Jas.   McMahon,  at 3 o'clock.  AN OLD FAVORITE  May Roberts has always been a favorite w th an Enderby audience, and  she and her   company . were given a  this afternoon [warm- reception    at the "Opera House  jin "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie." The  Last   Friday evening   was Hallow- '��������������������������� house was    not  e'en and there were bats and witches i house these days  ��������������������������� Mrs. Forrester; .of Vernon, is visiting Mrs. F. Fravel.-     'A  y Mayor and. Mrs.- 'J.' L. Ruttan are  -visiting .the-coast cities.   '    *  -r Born���������������������������To.-Mr.. and, -Mrs.'--_A. Fulton,  Oct. 31; "1913^: a daughter.'-,,   ,   .:  \;  '-- Chas.    Oppertshauser vopened,   his  "hardware store-the"pas'fjjweek.  Don't grouch.' v-~A-1-'grouch-is;generally a case of sour-stomach.",  -   Is.it a question of high cost of living or one of the cost of high living?  . -   Leo Varley:leaves in a few day9,for  Calgary, where he-has been transfered.  Mrs. W. J. -Hatcher will be at home  to her friends on Wednesday^Nov.- 12.  On November - 6th, a year ago, the  sawmill cut its last log of the season.  In California in the' last election a  greater percentage of women voted  than -men.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hassard will  leave for the East, in a week or ten  days, to-si end the holidays with the  old friends of earlier days.  A meeting ok the Enderby Horticul  tural Society will be held in the.City  Hall, Friday evening, - Nov.  7th.   All  ^mcmbcrs-are=urged^to^attehd.      j   .  The ladies of the Presbyterian  Church will" give another' of those  bumper suppers in    the   basement of  the church next Tuesday evening.  In   the   bowling   series   now being  finished at the Hallett alley, F. Dili's  team has   taken    the   lead.   On this  team are Dill, Mack,   Bush and Mar-  _ tyn '-   An entertainment   by    local talent  will be given in the Opera House nexe  Wednesday and Thursday evening under tho auspices of the Hospital Aux  iliary.  A. Reeves is   opening up a fine line  i of holiday    goods   this    week.     The  reading public will be delighted with  the lines carried in his book department.  Harry H. Baxter returned from the  coast on Saturday, and will spend  the winter in Enderby. Mrf Baxter  is district manager of the Modern  Woodmen of America.  Services in St. George's Church on  Sunday next: 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m-". Mattins and Holy  Communion; 2.30, Snnday. School;  7.30, Evensong and sermon.  F.    Fravel   returned    from a sales  trip to   the   Northwest   a week ago  and reports   splendid    business.     He  says that forty-one carloads of lum  ber was his,best day's business.  On November 7th,    two years ago,  Enderby curlers had their first game  of the suason.     This year we haven't  heard of the club waking up yet, "and make  pansies are blooming in the gardens. (Bros.  abodt.     The bats"   busied themselves  tugging fence   gates about and load-  jing trouble upon   the back of Night,  ��������������������������� while the. -witches���������������������������they���������������������������they stirred  the pot. ,t "     .  _ Morning service in the Methodist  Church next "Sunday at 11; Sunday  School and adult Bible Class at 2:30.  The. evening service is withdrawn,  that-the congregation may unite with  the Presbyterian ' Church ��������������������������� anniversary  service. z    ���������������������������    ' 7  Mr. Calder reports that as a result  of the recent sale of-the School Magazine, _ he,, is left *- with, a balance of  $27.50, which will'ibe spent .in buying  books; for; -a- school -.library.'/__ The  public,'-," of ..Enderby " are ^heartily  thanked for their" liberal support.in  this'jeffort.. ,r '"':-" - '-"���������������������������',' .7'- "z  ,:..J." N-.;'Grantas remodeling- the west  half of the;- Fulton - Hardware "Company's block for the-grocery and novelty store'- to,- <b*e opened by Sidney  Speers...-Mr. Speers. wishes his, En:  derby" friends" to know' that he will  open up, the finest line "of Christmas  goods ever shown in the district, "and  desires them to exercise .patience until, he is in position . to "serve, them.  He says it will pay them to do"sof  -" Inadvertently, last week we failed  to' chronicle the departure for -Vancouver of Mr. and Mrs. A. "Sutcliffe,  who have taken up their residence in  the coast metropolis. ' "As chief accountant of .the . Columbia. Flouring  Mills Co., Ltd, Mr. Sutcliffe found it  necessary to follow the moving of the  head oflice of the company from Enderby to the coast "city. , Mr. Sut-  cliffe^H5g~Ba=d==cl!afge onhe com-  pany's books in Enderby for the  past eight or ten years. He has also kept in close touch with thc advancement of the town, and in many  ways lent his support and help. In  business and social circles, Mr. and  Mrs. Sutcliffe will be greatly missed.  On the eve of their departure, thc  ladies- of���������������������������Enderby - gathered -at-the  home ol Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Campbell and presented Mrs. Sutcliffe with  a handsome pearl pendant  too much���������������������������but it  ciative audience,  details was very  crowded���������������������������a crowded  would,'be expecting  . was a most appre-  and the play in all  cleverly portrayed.  Miss Roberts appeared last night in  a role that is quite unusual in an actress of her rank. , She took the  part of a negro mammy,' a type of  olden~days in the South. In portraying this character, we understand  it is Miss Roberts' aim to put into  the character the many excellent  qualities she saw in a real negro  mammy -in her-, childhood days spent  in.the. South..- , Certainly Miss Roberts, puts more, of'the real thing into  the character\than '-'is .usual to--find  ���������������������������on the - stage.; ^; It^,���������������������������"takes a , strong-.  and. big-hearted, person' to. find-so  many" excellent"- 1'qualities -in such.a  character and ."to portray; them" so' admirably.. - 'Miss ���������������������������jRoberts'^supportw.-^,  fulfjr_up to past-records,-, and "the performance, throughout,' most pleasing.  To-night-this excellent company .will  produce." Bought ;and;Paid. For, '/Ai play  of intense"heart interest.  "    -  ;  The minister, Rev. J. A. Dow, B. A.,  will preachy at the morning service,  and the Rev. Peter Henderson, B. A.  of Armstrong, at the evening service.  Following the anniversary .services,  a fowl supper 'will be served by the  ladies of the congregation, in the  basement of the church, on Tuesday  evening," Nov. 11th, at .6 o'clock. The  excellence of. the supper is assured,  for these ladies have a reputation as  hostesses on such occasions.. Nor less  excellent will be . the entertainment  to begin at' 8 o'clock. The City orchestra will furnish- .thrilling music  between the supper and\concert, and  at the opening-of the.program. The  presence of , the orchestra "assures  thorough . enjoyment 'to all. Then  the program proper " is to be full of  attractions. Miss Stevens, who always delights, is to recite ;^ Mrs; Neil  and' Mrs..- Turner - liave .very* kindly  promised to_ sing a ' duet";,'.Miss M.'  Murray.'of Armstrong, ;and;MiCCalr  der,, of Vernon,-- both -favorites in ;En:  derby, fare each .to contribute^ songs;  and -violin solos will be given by Mrs.  Rutherford" .and - Mr.~ Courtney;,Mr.'  Rosoman jwill -.assist ...with ja ."reading,  and Mrf. .Glenj "_bf Armstrong, will  contribute, a- song. - Short speeches  will be made by ministers'of the city,  churches,--and. everything ' done -, to  make the evening an enjoyable one.  The public are most cordially, invited.  California; some of the sunny beaches  'by the Sunset Sea;    San Pedro Har-  ��������������������������� bor;    Santa    Catalina,    that  "Fairy   '  jlsle"; -Santa    Barbara, the "Mission  City by the Sea";   Del Monte,, where -  ; it -is summer all   the -year; Old Monterey,"   California's     First     Capital;  .  Santa Cruz, tbe Coney Island of the  Pacific;   California's    Big   Trees,   the  oldest living    things;" San Francisco  Bay,, -the    world's    greatest  harbor;  San " Francisco,    the   Panama-Pacifis  Exposition City;    Golden' Gate, Park,  and Sunset at ;the Golden Gate...;"'  The. lecture wil) be given .this year  under the   aupices -of-' the Epworth'  League, as it was; last year.    A- cor-: _  hial   invitation ..isr, extended   to the~-  public to enjoy this lecture, on- Wed-  I.  nesday evening," Nov." 12th"at 8! " No,:  admission  ,charge,, "but^-a ;collection; ���������������������������_  will.be taken for league purposes.-   -".  OKANAGAN   POULTRY SHOW-.-,'  The    poultry   show   to be held "at  Mr. Kilburger, eyesight specialist,  representing The Toric Optical Co.,  of Vancouver, will .be in Enderby, at  the Enderby Hotel, Monday and  Tuesday, Nov. 17th and 18th, and  will be pleased to have persons with  defective eyesight call and consult  him. ���������������������������*���������������������������>  K. OF, P. MUSICAL EVENING  Each year the local-lodge, K.ot P.  entertains its   friends, thcpublic, to  a" treat in - the social line.. This year|Vernon under the auspices "of the'Ver-  the lodge is planning    something un-|n������������������n and Northern Okanagan Poultry  usually fine.     It will be given, in K.  of P.-Hall next Monday evening^ Nov  10th,' and    will" be ."free to all.   The  only restriction will be that no children-unaccompanied by their parents  or guardian will be admitted. A  large number of friends will come up  from Vernon, and several prominent  singers froni__the_Okahagan_ metropo^  lis will take part in the program.  Miss Bertha Dillon, contralto ancl  Miss Maud, Dillon, soprano, Mr. G.  Calder and Mr. Thos. Hill, from Vernon, and Mrs. Rutherford, Miss Stev-  ent and Mr. Courtney, of Enderby,  will participate. After the concert,  refreshments will bc served, and the  usual Pythian evening enjoyed. . All  are~weIcomc."No""charge~"for'"nhy~thinls  MASK BALL   GREAT SUCCESS  Eighty-five per cent of headaches  are caused through eyestrain, so if  you are troubled that way do not  fail to consult Dr. S. L. Taube, at  Reeves' Drug Store, on Monday,Nov.  24th.  Stanfield's unshrinkable underwear.  Red, Bide and Black label. Also five  lines in two-piece and combination in  same make.     Dill Bros.  A complete range of fine and heavy  rubbers. See that you get this  year's rubber when buying. Dill Bros.  For a loose-fitting up-to-date overcoat,  see   our   range    of   Hobberlin  All   this   fall's styles.     Dill  Sixty or seventy couple participated in the masquerade ball given  Tuesday evening by the Enderby Orchestra, and the balcony was filled  with an interested audience. It was  the most successful ol the dances  thus far given by the Orchestra, both  in point of numbers and general enjoyment. The costuming was fully  up to Enderby's past efforts in this  departure, some of the characters, being perfectly dressed and carried out,  The ladies' costumes were particularly clever. The music and the floor  were the best, and the refreshments,  served by Mn Doerflinger, satisfied  fully the most fastidious.  ANNIVERSARY SERVICES  On Sunday next, Nov. 9th, Anniversary Services will be held in St.  Andrewjs Presbyterian Church, at 11  Associations, on Wednesday",' Thursday , and Friday, Nov. 26; "27 and"28,  gives, promise"of being the largest  poultry,show held in the Valley. The  prize list is just out, and may^ be obtained from the, secretary, P.- W.  Welch1, Okanagan Landing, or from  the local secretary,    Capt. Cameron.  The prizes_for_single_birds^ar.et=4L  for lst; 50c 2nd.     For pens, lst, |2.50  2nd, $1.25; 3rd, 50c;    4th, card.     Entrance fee,   singles,    25c; pens,  $1.00.  A particularly large list of special  prizes arc offered, including eight silver cups and cash prizes of ?5 ancl  $2.50. i  The Show will lie held in the Curling rink, anil the judging will be by  cimparisonr Messrs"." H." H.~"Colficr7  of Tacoma, Wash., and F. Gnrland,  Cobble Hill, B. C, being the judges  ngaged.  '       " v ,-.  " " PROMOTION IN ORDER ��������������������������� "y-y. y  A A1 rumor comes .'from -Victoria -; 'that--. ���������������������������  Hem. "Price'Ellison's'*-appointment'.' to .4  the; Senate,;.-is~~ imminent, "an'df that'.A.\  Hon. -Thomas Taylorr'will get1 finance  and  agriculture    and   W. 'W.   Foster, "  hia able-deputy,'-..who ^isyto-run-ihithe i'A  Island, will be taken into'the,cabinet'1:'  as headofthe-worksdepartment.. ������������������������������������������������������'" ".  -���������������������������-;.}  -   .<i-  \.., r..^ ���������������������������,\  PICTURE  SHOW;  SOMETHING WORTH WHILE  Enderbyites will remember with  leasure the illustrated lecture given  here in the Methodist church last  year by John P. Clum. . Ancl they  will be delighted to learn that Mr.  Clum is to return to Enderby and,  give another of his interesting and  instructive talks. This lecture is  profusely illustrated with superb lantern slides in natural tints, and the  most interesting moving picture films  concerning the scenes and districts  told about. In thc lecture will be  shown the matchless Rockies; a brief  look at Victoria the beautiful, a bit  of Old England on the Pacific; Seattle; Tacoma; Mt. Ranier; Portland,  the Rose Oity; Crater Lake; Rogue  River Valley; Mt. Shasta; Lake Ta-  hoe; Riverside, the Orange City; Ar-  o'clock a.m., and 7.30 p.m. The rowhead Hot Springs; San Gabriel  choir, reinforced by other singers in Mission; Pasadena) the Crown of the  the city, will provide special music San Gabriel Valley; Mt. Lowe; Los  for both morning and evening services, Angeles,  the   Metropolis of Southern  Saturday  night;s  program includes  "When" Mandy-,Comes^ to Town," a-  Thanhau'ser    picture    with;a '.'moral.  "One Man's Love," a lesson in stead-,  fast affection; ."When Luck;Changes,"/  a splendid  western - feature-bristling-  with adventure;    "The .Mighty Hunter^" ���������������������������he's-a"bear.   " These, with .four  other reels"which "haye not arrived in  time for-press'publication.   A big 8-  reel show, to commence at 8:15 sharp.  We will have some    new piano, music"  for Saturday.   Remember we run pic-  lures every   Tuesday,"   Thursday and  Saturday.     Adult,'    20c; children 10c.  -1 ���������������������������POL __ON=_&__ATTENBORO UGH^  IF THERE IS ONE SPOT within the  city limits of Enderby that nature  has especially designed for a residential suburb, it is the Poison sub-  - division. Its wide-open view, its  bracing atmosphere, combined with  its sandy sub-soil insuring perfect  drainage    and   dry    cellars all  the  .. ycar__round, -rnakes-lt��������������������������� one-of" the-  most desirable localities for a home  to be found in the city. Several  homes were erected there during the  past year, another Is underway,  and otherB are being planned for  tho coming season. Why not build '  there yourself ? A few choice lots  for sale at $225 each; easy terms.  See me.        C. G. PIPER, Enderby.  The word "Clarke" stamped on  your gloves is our guarantee. Dill  Bros.  , Remember the date of Dr. Taube's  visit to Reeve's Drug Store, on Monday, Nov. 24th, and if there is anything wrong with your eyesight do  not fail to consult him.  Watch our window from day to day  if you are looking for a bargain in a  suit.   * Dill Bros.  ", y 'A~/y  ' 1' --f THE ENDERBY PRESS-AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November -6,1913  &������������������  , r^-  I  A lazy] man  is this much  worse than a  dead man: he  takes up the  room. J   close of 1913, according to an estimate based on the returns for .the first  eight months of the year and announced by Mr. J. Bruce Walker,  commissioner of immigration. In all  the ina-ease in immigration over last  year, during the period, amounts1 to  no less than 17 per,; cent. on the  returns for thc first eight months of  last year. Mr. Walker points out  that should the remaining four  months of this year be no more than  equal to, instead of 17 per rent more  than last year, there will have conic  to Canada nearly 450,000 people.  The class of immigrants arriving  this year is better than it has ever  been, ancl Mr. Walker states that ho  is entirely satisfied- that the best possible class of immigrants are coming  to Canada. The greater part of thc  increase in the returns over last year  is in the immigration from Europe,  and in particular from the northern  European countries.  FOUR MILLIONS  ON ROADS  A  Poultry  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  every  Thursday at  Eaderby. B.C. nl  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  CAPT. CAMERON begs .to announce  that ho has taken over the entire  stock of exhibition ancl pedigree  laying strain of Brown- Leghorns  from Mr. H. E. Waby. Orders will  be received for settings of eggs for  next season. Prices according to  strain required. Orders filled in rotation. Also settings of P. B.  Rocks (Waby's strain), White Wyandottes, Buff Orpingtons, White  Leghorns, and Black Minorcas. For  terms apply to advertiser, or Miss  Simpson, Gainford Ranch, Enderby,.  P. 0. Box 121  & 123.  Advertising: Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each suhticciuent insertion. Contract adverli.sintr, SI an inoh per month.  Legal Notices:   12c a line first insertion; 8c a line  ��������������������������� each aubst<_uent insertion.  Read ins Notices and Locals: 16c a line.  The gigantic sum of $4,000,000 has  been expended by the Provincial Government upon road extension and improvement work within the boundaries of British Columbia during the  past season,* according to a statement just issued from the department  offices of Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister of Public Works. There is now  on hand the sum of approximately  $400,000 for maintenance during the  winter months. There are in existence at the present time in the province 18,000 miles of roads and trails  When you use a stove  purchased here you have absolute guarantee that you will get  MORE heat and use LESS fuel.  Before we even consider adding a stove to our  stock we have to be shown where it saves fuel  and increases the supply of heat.  It is useless our buying anything  .ydu do not want���������������������������hence we see  that your desires are in everything we get.  FOSTER'S WEEKLY REPORT  NOVEMBER 6. 1913  ISBE  COMMUNITY  INTEREST  LACKING  A thinker said to us the other day  that he believed what Canadians, as  a people, lacked most was a full appreciation of what is termed "community interest." And we lear there  is much truth ��������������������������� in his remark.. We  Boards of Trade and  bodies appropriating  money, and offering  inducements . to get  industries to locate in  frequently- see  other    public  large" sums   of  extraordinary  manufacturing  Campers and  Pleasure Parties  I am Inaugurating a regular g������������������r-  vice for the summer months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sunday morning, or aa otherwise re-'  quired, from Cottonwood Point to  thc Mill Warehouse, furnishing my  gasoline launch or row boats ai may  be denlred, by the trip, hour, day,  week or month, to all the Ashing  - places-on-the- lakc'and the'camping  groAndB. Prices reasonable for good i  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  If you  have land  to sell  List it  If  you  with me.  want to  the district.      The manufacturing industries come.     While they are plugging along like    the   under dog,  our  Canadian   communities   lend    all th-  assistance possible.       But let the in  dustry,  by   dint    of    hard work and  I'xtraordinary    business  management,  get upon its   feet   and begin to progress beyond    the    infant stage,  and  we find the   first   people to begin to  "knock" it    arc    those- of   the community where the    industry is established.     It    does    not seem to make  much difference what the industry nor  where it is located.     It may employ  300 or 400   hundred    men, or but 50.  th e^ltfcrtl*^'' knocking' '^loes-affea������������������nflsr  thc same.      The product may be superior to    anything   shipped in from  ;other localities,  and may sell on thc  local market ten    or 20 per cent lesp  than   the   imported    commodity,  but  the demand will   be for the imported  article in preference to the local.  "A Calgary paper refers to thc same  conditions-existing there,-and innumerable instances    of a similar nature  no doubt could    be   cited from other  Last bulletin gave forecasts of disturbance to cross continent Nov. 5 to  9, warm wave 4 to 8, cool wave 7 to  11. The disturbance referred to will  be of greater than usual force in all  its weather features on the Pacific  Slope and -in the middle and northern Rockies, but will decrease in  force east of" Meridian 90 after Nov.  7th. Next    disturbance will reach  .'flcific valleys about Nov." 9; great  central' valleys 11, eastern sections  13. Cool wave will cross Pacific  Slope about Nov. - 12, great central  valleys 14, eastern sections IC.  iEiWIG.flN^I;TH)NG  A NUT TO CRACK  A Chicago press dispatch says that  more than a million pounds of fresh  dressed meats arrived in that city  from Canada,in one day immediately  following the removal of the duty���������������������������  aod here is the amazing part of the  report���������������������������that the prices ranged from  6J- to 8 cents per pound. Chicago  can get Canadian beef at 6 and 8  cents a pound while our dealers must  pay 12 to 15 cents.     Why ?  ea  'MIXED FARMING"  WINS  Just Arrived  A fine line of horse blankets, robes, rugs, suit   cases,  heavy and   light   harness always on hand.  ��������������������������� Repairs  A   good stock of  promptly'done.  An authority says: ��������������������������� "The farmers  who have suffered in the West this  year are those whose whole income is  derived from grain. Those who pos-  sessed_a_ few_cowsr-pigs and-chickens.  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of the Mora DU-  triet is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.  localities. Thc Calgary paper says  there nre millions of money investec'  in local manufacturing industries! and  they are striving to make headway  in the district, and yet they are not  receiving the local support they deserve. We do not have to look beyond the Okanagan to sec the same  conditions existing.  What' is the reason? Can any district hope to encourage other manufacturing industries to come and establish -there if there is that lack of  loyalty to those industries already  established? Are we to wonder at  the closing of local factories when we  see more of tho product of outside  factories boosted than the product of  thc local mills ? These are simple  questions of business. In the interest oT the community, how will'they  be answered ?  were never short of cash."  This is the same old story���������������������������true in  every country���������������������������and as true of thc  fruit men as of the wheat men. The  "mixed farmer" always has been a  winner and always will be.  Most people think too much about  what others say about them, ancl not  enough-about "what" they say about  others.  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St.,, Enderby  OVER 68 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  BETTER GLASS OF SETTLERS  Close to half a million new settlers  will have come to Canada before tho  Trade Marks  OcatoNS  Copyright* Aa  Anyone lending e pketoh and daaoctptton may  quickly- ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention Is probnfcly patentable. Com nun I en-  UonBttrlotiyeonftdontlkl. HANDBOOK onPateuta  loUyoonfldc  sc'nt free. Oldest Ifaeney  Patent* taken ilirouil  special notlse, without chart*, In tne  rpatenta.  Co. recaly*  Scientific American.  A kandiomolr Ulntttated weekly. I*1**** eir-  onlotion of any acicntifle Journal. Ttrmi for  Canada, JJ.75 a year, pottage prepaid. Seld by  all newsdealer*.  BIUNN8Co.36lB������������������������������������^HewYgrk  Bruuota Offloo, 625 F St* Washington, D, C.  NOTICE  To whom it may concern: I will  not be responsible for any debts contracted by my son, Arnold.  Jv E. BOGERT.  Enderby, B. C, Oct. 16, 1913.  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the  country.    Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he_calls.nis   hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals; breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  ' (ISKtraet framx Lewery'e Ledge.)  King Edward Hpt|l, gjgjfURPHY Enderby  r.':  ������������������4*4*$4*4*4*S*m*4������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������ _  E. J. MacH  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B.C.     .   *>  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  _____ '.������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������      . v*.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  Norman Grant  BUILDER A  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and all factory work. Rubberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. C. SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell Street Enderby. \_/  , /  ft  Thursday, November 6, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  CHANGE IN BANK, PRESIDENT  T.    WINDOVER   ROBINSON,    Mara,  K    has to dispose   of his share in the  Johnson property,  Hulcar.   Anyone  interested   would   do well to write  for particulars immediately.  ROSE BUSHES POR SALE���������������������������Of varieties proven suitable for thia climate and district. 50c and 75c  each. Apply, The Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd., Enderby.  POR SALE���������������������������Piano in good condition  Price, $325; easy terms. Apply Box  139, Enderby.  YOUNG PIGS FOR SALE���������������������������Apply at  DeHart Ranch,  Enderby.. ol64  SHEEP FOR SALE-1 Shropshire ram,  35 ewes and a few ewe Iambs. J. F.  Moore, Enderby.  Mr. R. B. Angus has resigned as  president of the Bank of Montreal,  but will continue on the board of directors: Mr. H. V. Meredith will  take" his place. Sir Frederick W.  Taylor "is to leave London and take  the' general managership of the bank,' has been    deluged   with enquiries! re  i CHEAPER CLEARING  A week or two ago we published a  short story referring to the excellent  work done in clearing ten acres on  the Glen Mary property of J. A.  Mohr, by Mr. Kruise, with his little  Australian stump puller.     Mr.  Mohr  and Mr. Braithwaite is to become assistant manager.  Sir Frederick W. Taylor, who has  been manager of the London agency  of the Bank of Montreal, is typical  of our Canadian   financiers.   In a re  lating to the stump puller. Some  people read into the article things it  did not say. These are the lacts:  Mr. Kruise owns and operates the  machine. Two men handle it. ln  thirteen days they pulled the stumps  cent'interview in Montreal, where Sir:on ten acres of Mr. Mohr's land, the  Frederick has been visit ng, he said, stumps averaging ten inches through  speaking of the London market: ,        and the number of stumps pulled per  AM prepared to saw any quantity of  sordwood, or will buy any quantity  of standing wood near railway. Apply, C. Imanaka, Box 240, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������Heavy horses. Okanagan Saw Mills, Enderby, B.C.  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking parlors to the Matthews house, on Clifl Sti, west of  George.  SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed .'"Ten-  ���������������������������* der for' construction "of wharfs at.Vic-^  toria    Harbour,    B. C,"  will be received at' this office until 4.00 P. M.  ,on Tuesday,. December 9, 19J.3 for the  ', construction   of -' Wharfs   at Victoria  Harbour, B. C.  .   ;/   '   - -*   *"* '  Plans,    specification_,and , form~of  ������������������������������������������������������ontraci can   be ��������������������������� seen and-forms of  .tender obtained  -at; this Department  and at the District Engineers' offices  at New .Westminster;- B. C,/-Victoria,  -'B. C������������������; Confederation' Life.J Building",  Toronto,  Ont., Post   Office Building,  Montreal, P. Q., and yon ^application  to the Postmaster at Vancouver, B.C.  Persons tendering are notified itnat  tenders will not be considered, unless  made on the   printed forms supplied,  and.signed   with    their, actual signatures, stating   their occupations and  places of   residence. ���������������������������"   In the case of  firms, the   actual .signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of  _ residence of each member of the firm  must be given. - /  _ Each tender must be .accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honourable the .Minister of Public  Works, equal'to five per cent (5 p.c.)  of the amount of the tender, which  ==will^ba=forfeited=iUthe=person-tender--  ing decline to enter Into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fall to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest' or any tender. .  _R1 ������������������_1 DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, October 27, 1913.  Newspapers   will   not   be paid for  this advertisement   If   they Insert it  without ntithority from this Department,���������������������������45197.  "Briefly, all the borrowers throughout the world that depend on the  London market, have of late found it  not only wise but imperative to restrict the size of their flotations, to  the smallest extent possible, and also  to limit their commitments to essential expenditures. Further, owing to  the money crisis,;which, by the way,  is still in progress, the terms to  business borrowers has been on a  steadily rising scale and far more  onerous than for many years past..  "These remarks apply to Canada  with this addition,- tbat the enthusiastic reception accorded Canadian  securities in London for several years  past, has vanished, and, although bur  credit���������������������������I am speaking generally���������������������������continues good and the Dominion, as a  whole, will doubtless be able to continue to borrow in London, it will be  with less ease, and consequently in  smaller volume than in the past, beside, which, all offerings will be subject to careful scrutiny. -  . "I may remark that Canadian flotations in , London for the 'calendar  year to-date, aggregated ������������������42,000,000,  which is in excess of last year."  day being from 60 to >75. Mr. Mohr  says if we had a stump puller of this  type in the district permanently there  would be much more land in crop.  Mr. A. E. Taylor,. president .of. the  Enderby branch of the Bank bty Montreal, is a brother   to Sir Frederick,  the-new   general .manager   of  great financial institution;,  ~  *-  WHEN THE ROBBINS  NEST  There is promise of a large amount  of building being done in New Denver  next season. Murdock McLean will  build a two-story concrete and brick  block, 20x80 feet on the corner of  Josephine street' and Sixth avenue.  George Trickett will build a two-  story ' building on ��������������������������� the corner opposite. ' Hermann Clever will extend  his block to Bellevue avenue. A syndicate will build a two-story building  on the corner* of Sixth and Bellevue.  A. C. McKay will build a business  block' on the lots on'Eldorado avenue"  recently purchased from D. Mero. A  number of. residences will also be  built.���������������������������Slocan Record."-  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 Heat, fll,00ft,0M  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona nnd Mount Royal 3. O. Ifc. Q.  President,'R. B. AnguB, Esq. .Vice-President fH. V..Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NBW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, aud interest allowed at current rate*.  Interest credited 30th June and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A. B.  Taylor,  MaM(������������������r  100 PER CENT PRIZE WINNER  Mr. F. W. Collin, of Enderby,  had four entries- of apples in the  Okanagan Apple Show last week,  and on these entries won one  first prize and three seconds.  There was    strong   competition  in the plate    varieties, and these  . winnings    by ' Enderby fruit is a  record much to   the credit of Mr.'  Collins and the .district.    .   '  KETTLE VALLEY ROAD  MEAN BUSINESS AT GRINDROD  ; The rNorth,'Coast; Land Company,  Kettle Valley railway work trains  are now through ' as far'as Prairie  Valley, -back of- Summerland,' and  track-laying -is, proceeding steadily,  at the rate of half a mile to a mile  per day. . .The road-bed being completed to.the Summit it will not be  this, many days before steel is extended to  that point." r The "trestle' bridge oyer  Trout Creek canyon was so far'com  pleted-la'st^ Saturday~to, admit of,the>  passing^ of -they first .train, ~and'~since  then vtrack laying .has ..been going .forT  '-���������������������������    .    NOTICE     .        "  We' have taken over the entire interest of A. Bogert in the former firm of  Adsitt & Bogert, and are1* prepared to  conduct a first-class wood business in  Enderby.       Orders    will   receive our  prompt attention. Wood sawing in  small or large lots, ��������������������������� on' the ground or  in the woods.-    Address Box 172.  ADSITT BROS. & PARADIS.  Enderby, B.C.', Nov. 6, 1913.  Hobberlin  Enthusiasts  STOCK' IN GOOD i' CONDITION  ���������������������������>ir  =^odayTa*=man-is-known^byHhe=com--h=A=-good=loser-=is=one--who-carrles-a-  pany he promotes. I winning smile.  of/Vancouver, purchaser-  of;thevCar;|ward^ith.&1j   possible speed._s_.in  1inr;.*rr4c.*-atvGr.indrod' is-losing no merland Review  timeV-in'getting, the property in shape  tovV>ffer['to-the right'kind" of settlers.  The ^tract > will   be * advertised * as - the  Grindrod Fruit.-, and   Garden tracts,     officials of the live stock branch of  It is the purpose ,of.the company to <.the provincial department ofagricul  put out a descriptive, booklet oi the ture have just completed work in the  property,. and> to,, interest in it only - various parts'of the province/        .:"  the class, of - settler who has a 'prac-. ...-our inspef tors state that with the'  tical knowledge   of. ..this / particular exception of. a very few herds," condi-  branch of; agriculture.-.    A., detailed tibns are^ excellent'  in regard to the  cruise will be-made of each lot in the������������������absence of' tuberculosis    in   cattle,"  tract, and-the" company is now con-1 announced Mr. W. T. McDonald, pro-  sidering several items of development  that appear to be of value. '  At'the  present time the company'is clearing  a small"tract   opposite the Grindrod  station, and    Mr.   McEwen has pur- - sir    Eric" Swayne,   ex-governor of  chased and is now improving a small British Honduras, who recently" visi  tract adjoining the acreage the com-'ted Alberta, lias decided to settle in  pany is having cleared, |_he Okanagan Valley.  vincial livestock commissioner.  WILL SETTLE IN OKANAGAN"  COMING!  EYESIGHT  THIS  is ft  HOME  DYE  that  ANYONE,  can use  DYOLA  ^The Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  1        All Kinds of Cloth.  CImb, Simple, No Chine* of MUtakci. TRY  j   IT I  Sand for Pre* Color Card and Booklet.  I Th* Jobuaon-JUchirdaoa Co. Limited, Moattral  fC'i.r  .'..    Advances Made-Against"  Bills oi Lading' for Grain and  >'- f Now*that."you are,:.receiying:  money from. the, sales-of-yoiir  'crops and cattle,^deposit, the  '.proceeds with the Union Bank of  Canada and pay. your notes and "  _ accounts' by ..cheques.-r This, will'  give you a, financial prestige and;  sound standing arid each cheque *  constitutes a'receipt:,    -   , , ,  '��������������������������� '--*  ;    If'.you haWnot yet1 opened a  savings account; DO - IT/NOW.  Interest,paid on deposits of $i.oo  and upwards.     '   '."'- At" - y.' A  enderdyBranch,; W>D.C. CHRISTIE, Manau^ enderby  There is an immense  amount of satisfaction in  selling- these Hobberlin  tailored clothes. There is  a feeling that everyone  has toward the best work  of his hands and brain.  ���������������������������f And there is that satisfaction that conies from  having a pleased customer.  f -A  , -, |v  We are enthusiasts!  Hobberlin. enthusiasts!  Customers who buy  Hobberlin clothes invar-  lably come back for more  -^-therein lies the secret of '  our enthusiasm.    }>- \ .v  -;9i; We are showing some  , of the smartest lines in  suitings that ever came  into this burg.   You will5  ;hoiior^?fmd;'we;;^^>;fe  'doingVyojtfa^^  you just drop in Some day  ,-   ���������������������������       . p.   f /���������������������������   ..-/���������������������������   mil.,4   t.-.-!P.>������������������T-V.r"i "> '   p.  soon, and have a look.  Suits and O'Coats.  ^;}^tff^7.:-U  "'Me/Agwiii^fMf'1'!'''  Hobberlin Tailoring  7-t ; '-'I;x7-:\7I /;y,  DiiX-wtos:  m  if       2+~? V*  ^yi-i  5 ->.- . L������������������.  >i\  SSI  'Urn  Nurseries Co., Ltd-  OF VANCOUVER; B.C.  Carry only one 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  ". B.sC. -  in root system to irrigated stock.  Isn't this the kind of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL     TREES,      SHRUBS,  ROSES, etc., you want? H"    F     P    HarnV  Ask our local representative, AA. AJ.   \Jm  XAttXXlo  to call on you.     He will be delighted  "il  Fix up your House, Barn,  Here are   some   specials ia lumber while they last:  No. 2, 2x4, per thousand  $ 13.00  No. 2 Lath, per thousand       1.73  8hort Cord Wood    3.75  Representing  the  TORIC   OPTICAL   COMPANY, Eye  ���������������������������. ������������������������������������������������������   .  Examiners, and makers of Quality Glasses  131 Hastings St.  Vancouver\>B. C.  Will be at the  Enderby Hotel Enderby  MONDAY & TUESDAY,  NOVEMBER 17th & 18th  and will be pleased to have persons with defective eyesight call  and consult him.   . Eyeglasses, Spectacles and Artificial  Eyes fitted at reasonable charge.  Satisfaction Guaranteed absolutely on all work done  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Ena.rby  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  reneer   blocks,    cement 'brick,  tewi  rasas, peer   blocks,   chimney blocks  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  "The Shubert Shipper'" is the name  of a bi-weekly publication of interest  to trappers and fur handlers. An ad  in this issue of the Press gives full  particulars. Look it up if interested.  FOR SALE  No, 1 Seed Wheat, Timothy  and Alfalfa Hay. For further particulars apply to���������������������������  F. R. E. DeHart  Kelowna B.C.  orN. E. Landon, on the ranch  Enderby ���������mi
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THE    PRESS. .. ENJ3JI.KBY.   .BRITISH..  COLUMBIA.
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mau   vho  had   hnd   too  ranch  of   the- j It.R ,ucky lhat rm not compelled to
same mixture laid by tho heels on the i udulinistpP   tuo   c:,_   .1S  _we|i."    Thou
She Hoped For Strength From }
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Above, but/Got on Wen       i
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"One morning in the year iGlkJ. moro
than two a ha!/' centuries jiro. a young
man and a young girl walking side by
tide passed what was then called the
ordinary, afterward the tavern and
which we now <'all hotel, in (he village
of Hartford. Conn. Tlie ordinary ot
that day was the central feature ot
tho town. There political affairs were
born, discussed: from there domestic
news, gossipo and scandal were sent
forth. Indeed, the ordinary embodied
everything in the. village.
Jt was not kept merely for money
milking purposes. Since a 'stopping
place for travelers *was necessary in
the town one of the tirst citizens was
invited to take charge of it." The reasons for this were manifold. I hough
the most important was that -since
liquor must be sold���������so it was then
considered���������and    since   our   ancestors
ground, with a bar of iron fastened and
locked to his legs with sliding shackles
and a .bolt.    There were salvages (sav- '���������
ages i  present who stared  at  hint,  not
understanding this met hurl of torture." :
While   the   rw-o   were" talking  .Jacob
i Murline. who had passed with his love
i out of sight, repassed, going the other j
I way.  ami   under  very  different eondi-
\ tions.    .A citizen held one arm, another I
citizen held the other arm. while t!ood-
man Tuttle.  the father of the girl  he
had  been  walking with,  led  the  way.
On  1 utile's visage was a stern mid relentless look that boded the prisoner no
good.
"Now," said the landlord of the Hart-
aiming to the prisoner he added: "The
Lord will administer the cat to you.
you jade! You've set a pernicious example to all the maids o'f the colony,
ind I am troubled that I can make an
example of you only by the line."
"I'm sorry, your ���������"worship."- replied
Sarah demv.rely. "and I hope God will
help me to carry lt better for time to
come."
Since Sarah had thu������ far "carried
it" pretty well for herself Iti1 saving
her lover from a frightful punishment
for making love to her it does uot appeal- why any assistance was necessary. To outwit her faiher and the
(Jndae. besides dopriving^all present of
vford ordinary, "you have an opportuni- tll-  pionsure  of the-only  amusement
ty to witness 0410 of our custom-;, show- vouchsafed them af hoMovcr's expense,
ing how  parents discharge  the duties NVas ., ���������.-,.[. not t0 be {](>spjse(i.
the Lord has imposed upon tbem in the \\\Hn_   the court  was dismissed  the
case of their offspring.   They will take Londoner and the landlord  went hack
the  boy  to the  magistrate,   where  be (0   t[]Q   ordinary.   W\]CV0.   in   order   to
will be tried for inveigling the airl. and hlm]L his tiisnppoimmeiit at not hav-
later you may derive much pleasure at !llf, bpen !|ljl(% {u ,r,vo hN ���������m^., n ������r)C.C|.
seeing the cat o' nine tails laid on His
Jjack. And mayhap if the judge has
not had sufficient sack this morning to
'steady his nerves and replenish 'his
temper after the five bowls he had here
.ast ni^ht the pleasure arrived may be
heightened by the gashes on the swain's
back being supplied with salt aad vinegar. Come, let us finish the bowl before us aud be off."
Tbe landlord and the author of,a'"fu-
ture work entitled "A Voyage to New
England," with a hiirhly diverting ac-
men of the favorite amusement of rlu,
colonists, he brewed an extra strong
bowl of flip, pumpkin liavniod. and to
make it doubly eUoeuve gave it *
rtash oi mustard.
Excuses Oi Messenger Boys.
Mr. 1-Ierbei'u Samuel, tlio British
Postmaster-General, related some
amusing stone- ot excuse.- made by
messenger boys al the piizo di-dribu-,
tion and display of th-* Brady Sticct
Club for Working hn'.<. in the 1'avi-
count of the manners ancl customs of ]io!l Theatre, Mile End, London, re-
the colonists, published iu London in <_ent.lv. In hi* oflicial capacity, ex-
1(502. drank the remains of the phuonic , plained Mr. Samuel, lie employed
mixture before them���������the author with about I4.0f'0 tele-jruoh mes-.enuers. and
a grimace1���������and proceeded to the meet- he heard a good deal about boys and
ing house, which Avas the only availa-J their^ ways. The boys aiwa\s tried
bie shelter for a court except 'the ordi-' to maintain a hndi standard of cmi-
Tbey   arrived   soon" after   the   Aaci- iind if t!i"-v lV11 aw'">' lhc-v W���������r0
always very ready Lo own up.
nary.
prisoner,   and  the inhabitants  of  the,    ,,,. - .-      ,    - .     , ,,��������� . Ull. n.,\\ni.
... . (\   , .   ,    ,     J he  postmark* in  one town called
village were gathering for one of the-       R   Mess-nirer   B,0,,n   l0   "explain
few diversions they were ever accord- , vour conduct'towards ar, oid ucnlle-
ed. Everybody knew Jake Murline jn.in in George .-dieet." The following
and Sarah Tuttle for a pair of innocent, reply came:
young persons, who were passing that "To the po-dmaster.. Sir.���������As 1
delightful period wh.cn lovers may sit! was passing through George street an
intwined in each other's arms while old gentleman .-food in the .sheet. I
the clock is striking tho happv Lours i threw a potato at the gentleman. I
away. And now Jacob was to pay the ; ""ATA^yJ'y' aud hope ]t
penalty for their happiness, for every
one knew  that thore  were  witnesses
, occur atrain.
'Not long ago. continued Mr. Samuel,,
the  written  oxnlaiiation  offered 'by  a
who had seen them hugging nnd kiss-, bn..' ,11PsSSCnei,|.* wlien there'had bwii
Ing apparently without thought "of ' somo f]js,ui.bance in the oflice read:-
what was to follow such conduct when "Me.s-senucr Pni'tli calledo mc a
Indulged'in without Goodman Tuttle's wooden-head, so L'poured hot ta'r over
.consent . .. ' his, dinner  and punched  him  un  the
Goodman Tul tie was there, expectant! nose- ' Hoping tins   will   meet' with
of vengeance, ancl .presently  his wife   >'our f|PPIl)V'il1-
came   in   with   their   daughter,   who
"WFAilt,       THERE'S
showed in her visage and demeanor an
unholy protest against parental authority. They took seats in front, while the
space behind \jus filled by citizens and
Indians. Then tbe'judge. all being assembled, asked Goodman Tuttle to
���������state his charge against Jacob Murline.
At all pvent.-,.remarked Mr. Samuel,
they might claim thaL ._o far as the
boys weie cuiice-ned, Ihey regarded
truth above all things.
THOUBLI5
TEEKE."
BREWING
It Y*/as a Dog.
Mr."   George   Smedley,   the   Toronto
banjo and guitar playe'r. is doing well
across the" line" with hi.s big vaiule-
.were thoroughly impressed with the
abuses liable to this traffic they desired
the management of a man they could
trust.
Now, on that morning when the
young, mau and the young woman. Jacob Murline and Sarah Tuttle. passed
the ordinary at Hartford within the
taproom sat an Englishman who had
just made a forty days' voyage from
���������London to America I'or the purpose of
studying the manners and customs ot
the colonists with the intention of
*=T*Ti i i ug~! r~iJuu i-r^irbuTrt^Hi c- nr=o 1i���������b is���������r e-=
turn. Lie was sitting with the landlord, who had just brewed a bowl ot
flip, a concoction of beer sweetened
with sugar, molasses or dried pumpkin and rum. into which had been
thrust a redhot iron called the loggerhead, causing It to seethe and foam.
The landlord was giving bis guest some
account of the said mamifs and cus-
. to ins. hi. vogue, ���������iu tliu_colonj\of New
Haven.
"Do you see that girl walking *\\'th
tbut young manV Well, there's trouble brewing there. The girl ia old
Goodman TutUe's daughter, and she's
keeping company with young Murline
without her father's permission. IJe'll
get fined n dozen lashes at tho whipping post If he doesn't miud."
"The whipping post! Have parents ,
power here to whip those who pay at- <
tention to their daughters without theli ;
consent?"
"indeed they have, and a goodly custom it is. The laws of the colony say ;
that any tempting without the parents' ;
sanction cannot be done by speech,
writing message, company keeping, tin-
necessary familiarity, disorderly night
meetings. 6inful dalliance, gifts or in
any other way." '  ' ":��������� r
"Aricl if they disobey this law?"v> .
"Heavy tines may be imposed With* a
plentiful supply of lashes to the in-.
Teigler of tho girl."
"And is sho not punished?"
"Not by the law. Her father can attend to her case as he likes."
"Is the punishment lii-* public or in
private?" ;     ���������'" ���������*'
"In public, of course. We' hare no
private punishment here in the colonies. Heaven knows there are in this
desolate land few amusements. Our
punishments ser^c us in this respect in
rood stead. When I was In Boston
last, drinking with others a cup of sack,
(we -rrer-B nab.     .verted at seeing a
"The charge." replied the accuser, "is'yil]e act>  -^  Sm-edleV ]ljul .,  thri'. ,
inveigling my daughter's affections."     : ]in,_r _xlJ_rie���������ee while playing a small
"What jjroof have you to stibstanti- .Ontario town some years ago. Ttwas
ate it?" ^ a ,iall   fair   concert,   and   those   who
"On   May  day   last  without  asking   have  attended  concerts  on  tlie oven-
iv permission 4 be prisoner had some, i������S   of   lhe   fHl1   f;iir   know   l,liLl   tu.e
oisterous lo'vemaking with mv daugh- , presence of the "fi  Vi    young inan is
verv much in evidence.    During Mr.
boister
ter.   It becan by his seizing her gloves   ,,   ��������� ,,    .    ,.    . i       i -   ��������� ,. ;���������t���������,.
.    . ,.       ,,      ,.   ....   ���������    , .t     Situnllevs first number he was unei-
and   demanding   the   torfe.t-a   kiss. , ju      , -^ ^^ one v,i10in ne thought
Whereupon   they  sat  down   together, ���������     's   imiiHlillu   tt   llo2   yelping.     Mr.
his ami being about her and her arm , Smedlev st-.poed Jds work, advanced
upon  his shoulder or about  his neck, ' to  the "footlights,  and  gave  the  sup-
and he kissed her. and she kissed him,   posed imitator a "piece of his mind."
or they kissed each other, conlinuiny | "[I thai 'dog' up there in the gallery."
Iu this posture for about half an hour." t he   said,   "will   come   down   hero   for
 nry j |_vryn t__n_i un esses.���������sa'-f! the f>> u r| Lhnlf-a-minute _L_wilLjnp.ke_Jiini__fe_ij.
,:    MUSIC AND MISERY. \/',
llio. A oh os and Pains With -Which- Per.
formers  Have to Centonak..,."   .
Pianist's cramp it- more painful than
writer's cramp an- is the bahe'ot all
virtuosoS. It is caused by the constant
contraction and expansion of the muscles com rolling the lingers. It'becomes
chronic when not guardi-.l against, and
many a promising virtuoso s career tins
been blighted in this way. The only
remedy is to rest tlie overtaxed mu.v
cle.s and then work them up gradually
to meet lhe strain of constant playing
All concert pianists are subject 'u
split "finger lips. The constant stroke
of the balls ol- the lingers on the nanl
ivory make--- tbe llesh -so delicate and
tender that frequently playing beconie.s
ucuie agony.
Violinists suffer a great deal of physical inconvenience. Most of us have
an Idea that the violin is held against
the neck and shoulder by the players
left hand, which grasps lhe arm ol the
instrument. All great violin teachers
insist lhat the left hand be left entirely free, and to achieve this the violin is actually held by the player's
chin. In this altitude his head is held
in a distorted position, and this, working against the elevation of, the left
arm and shoulder, causes compression
'of tho heart and luugs and curvature
of the spine.
Performers on wind instruments suffer many inconveniences, and in some
instances their work leads io permanent physical disability. Bulbar paralysis from conliuued use or the tongue
and lips is au ever present, danger.
Doctors have a fearsome name for the
commonest result of wind playing, ln
plain language it i.s overdisiention of
the lungs. This stretching of the lungs
from constantly heavy inflation leads
to engorgement of the biood lu the
right cavities of the heart, and this
produces dilation of the heart aud hypertrophy.    ,
Mental peculiarities of oboe players
nre traditional in the orchestral world,
in spite ot the fact that"5 most oboe
players are normal. Some explain thai
the oboe player is mentally allected by
the ract that lie is forced to "blow
through an exceedingly small aperture
and the expiration i������ unusually prolonged. Others insist that the peculiarly melancholy quality of the tone produced and the invariable character of
the music written for the oboe are responsible for any peculiarities displayed by its executants.
After ibis somewhat gr&wsorne recital it is cheering to know that, one
instrument at least can be counted on
tc brim: health and longevity to those
who practice it. This is the flute. Doctors recommend it for incipient consumptives, as the operation of playing
the instrument involves the precise
motion of the lum;s of most benefit to
the consumptive���������that is. full ^inspiration, uot too full or strained, fbhowed
by slow aud gentle delivery of the
breath.--Johu'Warren in Washington
Star.
Mora       Honors'*   For
Miss 'Graco..Strachan.
Miss (!raco Strachan says site's noi
s '"piisslbiliiy" for tli>������ presidency ol
tbe National lulncational association,
which at the nexl con \ cut ion will eleel
. new head Itut Ihe New Yoik friends
of the lady insist that she is the "logical candidate."
Mis.s strachan nt present is the pre������i-
Sent of the New Vork UiterborouutJ
Association of Woman Teachers, aud ti
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MISS CUIACIS 8TKACHA&
������rafl through, her untiring efforts that
the ecjual pay hill for men aud women
public schoolteachers passed iLu New
'l'ork legislature last year.
Miss Strachan .has not only won tha
gratitude   and,.admiration   of   public
schoolteachers all over the country, but -
also the esteem of the really  big men
iii-the  National   Educational, associa-r-
tiou.        . '"     " j
Since'this outrage against parental '. like the cur that he is."    Then Mr
authority   had   been   committed   on   n . Bmedley   icsiuned   his   selection      Al
holiday when all were Maying togeth- ! ^ concision he was genereus y ap-
' ,    (       ,     .,        ,    ._ ' piaudod.    Advancing  to  acknowledge
er. there were plenty of witnesses to , |(   ^   S|m,,|lev he,,brd u shl.m> cllil(i_
prove it     Some testified because they ; ^ voK.(1 uf :1-,|oy up in lhc e&^ry
were ohlined to. hut many did so that
savin'-1-  tlie.-e  wcn'ds:   "H  was  a  dog,
the town might be accorded lhe amuse- >jj. Sniodle>\" And to bear convinc-
ment of seeing Jacob tied lo tlie whip- iu._r testimony, the hoy held up a
ping post receiving the strokes ot the    yelping dog hy the back of the neck.
I'ai-o'-ninc-t.'iils.     Perhaps   (here   wero .  ���������	
some who were"selfish enough" to" tes- '
tlfy In order that they themselves :
might be accorded this favorite '
amusement. When the testimony was j
nil in (Joodnian Tuttle. confident of |
receiving   n   goodly   sum   of   money i
Simplify Your Home Grounds. -
Don't inclose your property 'with
hedges. Irregular borders of trees aud
shrubs are better. Hedges cut np a
landscape :tnd ruin it with their hard,
artificial lines. Borders- harmonize
wilh the environment, have variety
and give interest the year round.
Don't bisect youi: lawn with a drive
or avenue.
-Don't    set    trees    and    shrubs    In
from the prisoner for lines and anticipating the pleasure of hearing Mur-
liue's howls under the cat. looked
much pleased. The spectators were
getting ready to go out to witness the
punishment, and ll appeared thatuolh-
ing could interfere with the merrymaking. The Judge asked Jacob if he
had anything to say i'or himself,
whereupon Sarah Tuttle, shamefaced,
arose and said sorrowfully:
"I have something to say, your worship."
"What Is it?"
���������-��������� "Jacob Tuttle did not inveigle me at
all. 1 wished to induce him to kiss
.tiie. In fact, I enticed him. 1 dared
him to steal my gloves that he' might
havo cause to demand a kiss."
Here was a damper on the assembly.
By these few words the case against
the prisoner fell to the ground.
"You're a 'bould virgin.' " cried the
angry judge, "and I must fine-you for
inveigling the prisoner instead of lining the prisoner for inveigling you."
"But," exclaimed the disappointed
Tuttle, "1 shall have to pay the line.
My daughter has no money."
"That's nothing to me," retorted the
court "I'm here to administer the
law. and must administer it as it is.
Tho Woman Militant
Thoce ini.Jtant women,
Tliosfi IoiIIch, gadzooks,
Who think that good actions
Arc uioro than good looks,
.Me busy these days
)n their sweet, gentle ways
Of smashing; the wlvdowa
And bursting; the doors
Of all public buildings,
Of houses and stores,
And tluowlns their brickbat!
Promiscuous at men,
""And netting arrested.
And at it aj;ain.
To show the man
3]ow women can make laws
By showinK to man
IJow women can break laws.
Oh, femlnmo logic!
Bay, ain't it the eoods
������   That's bound to get woman's
���������   Rights out oC the woods?
���������W. J. Juampton in Mew l'ork Tribune.
straight iines except where absolutely
necessary, as on streets; group them.
'Don't   fl-*'ike   a   circle   in   tho   lawn
around every shrub,    l'laut bushes in
borders or beds.
Don't trim overy bush into a ball,
cube or pyramid. Allow trees and
shrulw to assume natural forms.���������
Country Life In America.
Nearly Shot by Proxy.- - - ���������
In 18012 M. Clemenceau served two
months' imprisonment for shouting
"Vive la itopubliipie!" and iu 1ST1 he
was very nearly shot by proxy. He returned tn Paris from a provincial
���������speechmaking tour on the day on
which Thiers and the Versailles succeeded in entering the city.' Blood was
up, and his enemies were looking for
him. A young Brazilian who resembled
i him was arrested in mistake for him
and conducted to La Peliniere to be
executed. Happily, however, he.sho'ut-
ed for the Brazilian consul, and the
ilirazillan consul turned up in time to
rescue him. ,'  :       :
Wrinkles Have Gone Out.
. In a shop recently a well known actress who is noted for her perennial
youth asked for a traveling bag of
alligator skin. The shopkeeper, who
had none of that particular sort,
brought out iustead some of smooth
leather.
"And you tell me this is alligator
6klu?" objected the actress. "Why,
where are all Its wrinkles?"        ��������� V\
"Ah,"madam," replied the wily dealer, who knew his customer, "wrinkles
are out of vogue. The correct alligator bag is made from the skin of an
aiuji������tr~ *J*ji������ M������* beea massaged."���������
Tit-Bi'ta.
Appliod'-Maxim.
"My dear, 1 am very sorry. But th<^
man who was fixing here' said th/
fastenings were too short lo put up this
portrait'of yours on the wall." ���������.
"All right. Just give me rope.enougb
and I'll bang' myself."-Baltimor������
American. v
.'.  ���������  LenV:   ":
She wears a gown of sober gray.
Without a bit ot trimming on lt.
'Tis nice that sho can dress that way.
It helps dad buy her Easter bonnet.
���������Judge's Library.
Time Will Tell.   .
"And what is your last name, little
firl?"
"Don't know, sir. I ain't married
yet"���������Boston Transcript
j Anaesthetics For Plants,
'. Mostplautsjiviug for a greater period
than a year require certain intervals
of rest. II is at these times that energy is stored up for future activity.'
The more complete this period of quiescence tbe better is'the development aud
the cpiicker/lhe rate of growth when
the plant awakens from its sleep. Dr.
Johnusen of Copenhagen, after an elaborate series of experiments, has given.,
to the^ market grower -an effective,
method of rapid floAver production based on au intensification of the plant's,
resting period. For iong it has been
known lhat vegetable tissue is muchr
nffected by the vapors of 'chloroform,
end ether. After a good deal of investigation the Danish professor was
tible to demonstrate- that plants submitted to the influence of these anaesthetics were afterward capable of un
astonishingly rapid growth. So satisfied has the practical grower been that
the treatment will be exceedingly help-
^ui-to-him-thirt-the^mefhbiHs-being-ci--^
leusively employed.
The manner of procedure Is decidedly interesting. When in an entirely
restful condition specimens of lilacs,
azaleas, lilies of I lie valley and other
plauts nre placed In an airtight box.
A small vessel aflixed to the lid cf the
box Is filled with chloroform or ether
r,ud the cover is placed La position. Being heavier than air, the vapors rush to
the bolt oui of the bos and mingle with
tlie plauts. At tho end of I'orty-eiglit
hours lhe specimens are taken out and
grown in Hie ordinary manner. Noth.
ing in the way of forcing is required,
nnd without the employment of any
great degree of bent the phints develop
lu a most remarkable manner. Lilacs
were ln full bloom within a fortnight
after being placed in the vaporizing
chamber, while lilies of the valley
were hardly so"long in coming to maturity, ln no way did the treatment
harm the plants, which produced flowers and foliage in profusion.
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1
An Ivory Mat.
Many people have never even heard
of such a thing, and lt is not to ba
wondered at. for these mats are exceedingly rare, and it is snld by those
who know that only three of these
beauti'ful curiosities exist in the whole
world. The one we now write about is
the largest.one made. It measures 8
by 4 feet and. though made in a small
hill state in the uortb of India, has an
almost Greek design for its border. It
was only used on state occasious. wheu
the rajah sat on it to sign important
documents. The original cost of the
mat is fabulous, for 6,400 pounds of
Ivory were used in its manufacture.
The finest strips of ivory must have
been taken off the tusks, as the mat ia
as flexible as a woven stuff and beautiful!; fine.���������London (J rap hie. /  Thursday, November 6, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  V-'  BOY SCOUTS.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tht  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not moro than 2,560^acrea  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 tin-  surveyed territory the tract applied  (or shall be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be aceom-  panied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  act 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 ol  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being'operated,'such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease" will 'include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may-be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surfaGe rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the - Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or. to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  ; W. W������������������ CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  .  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  PROFESSIONAL  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block -    Enderby, B.C.  u  D  R. H..W.-KEITH,  -r - - . '  '       Office houra:   Forenoon.- 9 to 10:30 ��������������������������� --   '-���������������������������  Afternoon,' 3 to 4 - ;  Evening;, 6:30 to 7:30    r.  Sunday, by appointment -  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sts.       - ENDERBY  SECRET-SOCIETIES   ,���������������������������  A.F.&AM.  Enderby Lodge ' No. 40  Regular- meetings first  Thursday on or af$er the  full moon at 8 p. m. in p������������������|d-  fellows Hall.' Vtsititrg  brethren cordially invited.  H. E. BLANCHARD  _     "  W. M.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  ,^_      Eureka Lodge, jjfo. 50  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, m I. O.  0. F. hall. Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always   welcome. GEO. BELLAMY,   N. G.  y                               HOWARD LOGAN, V. G.  E. E. WHEELER, Soc'y.  -   ��������������������������� JfBirGAYLORDrTreftBf^  ENDERBY   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.  C.E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  JOHN BURNHAM. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  ,.     , T. E. RODIE. Enderby  POLITICAL  I?NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ���������������������������^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, H. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trainB both ways from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South North  bound STATIONS bound  read down read* up  10:30  (Lv)   Sicamous  Jet   (Ar) 18:00.  11:01 Mara 17:15  11:15  11:29  11:55  12:03  12:12  12:40  13:80 (Ar)  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  Sicamous  Jet  Mara  Griadrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  16:59  16:44  16:15  16:07  15:55  15:30  (Lv) 15:15  JNO.BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  It is said to take a good man to  handle other people's money, but a  better man nowadays to get money  of his own to handle.  The ideal of the Boy Scout  movement has not often been  better presented than by the editor of The Toronto Star, who  writes:  ' 'Boys are apt to be mischievous, not because they are malicious, but because they are active  and love action, and want to see  'something doing-.' The ..Scout  movement - teaches them that  there is more fun in mending a  broken window and running away  than in breaking a window and  running away.. At least,' that is  the way we understood Scouting.  . "It is a solid fact that there is  an immense amount of fun, romance and adventure in helping  your neighbor. If you want to  add the spice of mystery and intrigue and conspiracy, help your  neighbor in such a manner tliat  he will not know where the help  comes from. Surprise him. Mystify him..J You can do this far  better by helping him than by  hurting him.  "Up to this time, heroism, self-  sacrifice, adventure, romance,  mystery, have been associated  with war; that is, with enmity.-  There is a magnificent field open  to any man or any body of men  .who will link these ideas up with  help instead of with injury. We  want to see the Scouts holding  fast to that, position and develr  oping it to the fullest extent. It  is the great idea; of the age, the  idea that,is- abreast with -twentieth century civilization, the idea  that is fullof possibilities of benej-  fit to the human race. . It's leaders will be ranked among the  original thinkers of the age, and  of all ages.",  POINTS   TO REMENBER  WAS HE RIGHT?  When the late King Edward  was asked upon one occasion  what he, would do if:thei people  of England abolished the monarchy and instituted a republic,: he  said :A 'What should I do ? Nothing!  The people of England would ask  me to be their- first president!"  Another instance of the ready  witof the late king.  When man and wifa quarrel  bitterly over some^. trivial point  before company, it embarasses  the latter very much. Common  politeness should keep quarrels  from public, notice. But don't  quarrel at all. ,    \  The man who pays good wages  and doesn't grind too hard, gets  the hands.  The best we can do is the leatt  that should be expected of us.  It is better to know too little  than too know a lot that isn't  tru^  Kraking both ends meet is not  quite enough; they should lap  over a bit.  Take time to think. Do not  move aimlessly around like a fly  with it's head off.  If you know that you are right  it does not matter whether anybody else knows it or not.  Never try to run two separate  jobs at the same time, or one is  sure to suffer from inattention.   .  The Canadian thistle and cockle-  burrs don't quit the fields and  go to town Saturday afternoon.  -  If a farmer meets a brother,  farmer on the road, why shouldn't he have time to stop and chat  with him?  When a horse falls an a slippery  street or road, a blanket spread  under him will help him regain  his feet.  It takes a good man to know  when to grab a bargain in stock  or land; but a better one to know  when to let go.    -  Despite all that they read of.  the ways of sharpers, some folks  continue to be taken in by well-  dressed, oily-tongued rogues.  In setting out berry plants,  stop and think whether you. can  get pickers or not; for if you can  not, to set out too many plants is  to invite loss.  ' It is a mean man .who will keep  a cross dog or a savage cat that  is a menace tovanimals.and people in the. neighborhood. Such  a man needs watching. ������������������������������������������������������  We  have  added  the  Columbia  Instruments  and Records  to our stock  Reserve your orders for Toys  for the Children. We will  have,in stock, for Christmas  the finest line of Dolls, Toy  Novelties, etc., ever, shown  in Enderby, at popular prices.  1  I  Fresh-Meats  ;, :   . ,"-' ,   J    . -t        -;'  If you want-prime", fresh "meats, we  have them.     Our cattle are grain:fed  *P-'*' --. _ ' t ^ I.  and selected by our own buyer-***-.,from  the richest feeding grounds in Alber-'  ta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictiy .FRESH. - -     '"���������������������������'���������������������������  :We ,buy first-hand.for spot cash, so  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. G.  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  , Aartiit also for Church and Parlor Organs  * Also Fire and Life Insurance  Office in BELL brick block  Enderby Agent,  ci/tr-mrsis  ANO  BUILDERS  x   X������������������V ENDERBY, B. C.     *  ,  -V  V TPiirni-hirv*  estimates  cheerfully  : furnished  Furniture  * ������������������w **V  and Household Goods  JA  Carpets, Linoleums and Wicker Goods. ' - ../_-  Picture Framing and Upholstering.     - ;       -A-'-A-  .; -Undertaking and Embalming.},  ".d|  Fire^ Life, Accident  ./:  INSURANCE AGENCIES ,,'  REAL ESTATE^        y. 'A-'.,.  ,   Fruit Land- H*y Land  Z'._ "  Town LoU" . -  -,. The Liverpool & London' A Globe Ins.' Go.���������������������������***"���������������������������i  "The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London"."���������������������������'_.--a Z  Lindon-Lancajhire.Fire Insurance Co. -'/  - .'Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept"  The London &' Lancashire Guarantee r ',, , .  ._ /I ..Accident Co., qf Canada. "Zf-.y ������������������������������������������������������ .A-Z^, Z-.  ':"    '    ' BELL VlOGK.   ENDERBY  ;.H  .M  y *   n  *Z-V< ,��������������������������� -;������������������?-:!  Sii  PEED THIRTY THOUSAND  ESSENTIAL TO.- EMPIRE SAFETY'-'  Tbe Kootenay has a nickeled steel oven which is as easily  washed and kept clean as any cooking utensil.    The  large roomy ash-pan  catches all the  ashes.   Ash  chutes direct all ashes into thc pan which is easily  removed.  These two features of cleanliness are so important  that tlie woman who is particular about her  house   will  insist on having them.    You  '���������������������������^."V.yjp'r.'ir  .: The C.P.R. could. transport within  five-or. six days an army , of 30,000  from Vancouver, to Halifax', giving,  each person a berth to sleep1, in and  supply 90,000. meals a day, or practically half a "million.on "the five and capacity, of the  one^half-day journey across the con- obtain command  tinent.'     This - estimate  offers some  idea of the   magnitude oi the road's  sleeping and    dining.car department,  which employs 4000 men.  If the sleeping and    dining-cars of  the C.P.R. were made up into a sin:  gle train, with a locomotive between  each ten cars, the train would be 14  nnlM^Lojig.^==To^=.man^it==there=-would-  have to be 3000    sleeping and dining^,  car attendants,    with    several     hunr  additional men at terminals to look  after the supplies.     This is exclusive  of the men   required    to operate the  train,  as brakemen,  conductors,  firemen,   conductors,   firemen, and cngin:  eers.     All   possible   precautions are  taken to seo that all these employees  arVphysically healthy and clean, and  with this end in view, a chain of  homes for the men has boen established across tbo continent.  Over   the-   Phone���������������������������"Will   you    send  two pounds of dog biscuits, please?"  "Whom for?'-  "Why, the dog, of course!"  '" "No .apology ���������������������������; is ; necessary," " saysi  The" Navy, "(London),    "to "call attend;  tion'of-the ; .-far-reaching influence ofi_;  the' future" - action -. of.'  the���������������������������__ Canadian1;-'  people' in the determination and  the'  British  Empire to."  of   the    sea. -   Thei-  three large ^armoured" units promised i  on behalf of the peopletof Canadayby-;'  its Prime    Minister., are of vital influence to the future of British super-,  iority.       Everybody - knows that the."  heart of the Canadian people is sound '  that their intentions are of the best  and their desire for the unity of the  Etnpire^unquestioncdf=^=  -*-'-  y/zji  z'l\  ���������������������������f.  "Mr. Borden's devotion to his own  principles  is beyond  the  criticism  of  all fair-minded men, and most Canadians are probably   in agreement regardless of political faith  that their -  contribution to the Empire navy will  be realized in-  fact    in a very short .  time.     In this country, however, the  main cojishleration    is_ that._wh*crever_=.- ���������������������������  -."-1 ships come from they are essential not merely    to   our supremacy,  but to our safety."  Teacher���������������������������"What is tho stuff heroes  are made of, Tommy?"  Tommy���������������������������VYou'll have to excuse m������������������  teacher;, but I'm not booming any  particular breakfast food!"  W. G. PELL  New Up-to-Date Shop,,on  Russell St., west of Vernon Rd.  Enderby :<.v  anil General BlacKsmithing  I TO I UR SHIPPERS  Tbe mtst acetate, reliable and only Market Beport and Price List  'n    ,-af eJ Its kind published  "Gfte Hubert Shipper"  Umtei kmmWtrf free to fnr Shippers-Send "Shnbert"  your mine ou a postal today  Vou want this valuable publication���������������������������it is worth hundreds of  dollars to you, itaued at every change of the Fur Market,  giving you an accurate and reliable report, of what is doing in  all thc Markets of the World in American Raw Furs.  I*. Wriloiorit���������������������������now���������������������������it's free  'A     I16TIII ft"V tl T     Inn     *5-tf WIST AUSTIN AVENUE  i\.   D.   OnUPg.KI������������������   IHC,   DEPT.532 CHICAGO, V. S. A.  %l THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY'  Thursday, November 6, 1913  A new  line of  Children's  Sweaters  received  1  A PRINCIPLE INVOLVED  just  Some Bargains are being  offered in Flannels and  Flannelettes;   also in  Cold Weather Dry   Goods  and Dress Goods.  We have the  Clothing to  keep the Children warm  W. J. Woods  o--H>>-<>>'-c*-'k>4K^^  LOEWE'S  B. B. B.  PETERSON  Along with cheaper  Briers and Clays  Tobaccoes, Etc.  ���������������������������������������������_������������������-������������������..������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������������-  A. REEVES  ."Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. -   .    ' Endwbr  The ohject of The   Press in repeatedly calling attention to the position  taken by the City Council on the telephone question,    is to  focus  attention upon    the    important municipal  principle that is at stake.     It is not  a question of   increase   in rates and  reduction in hours of service that is  of    paramount   importance.        These  matters can be very easily settled by  the   telephone    users   themselves.   If  they  don't like the . service all 'they  have to do is to order the phones out  But looming   up    much   larger than  this, is the question of the overriding  of a   franchise   agreement   duly    and  regularly   passed   by the ratepayers,  and the submission of the ratepayers'  representatives   to   such    overriding,  by the adoption   by   the city of "the  telephone company's new regulations.  Our City    Council   is a member of  the Association    of B. C. Municipalities, which is an    organization looking after    legislation    affecting municipalities in just this way.     Corporations are ever ready to take advantage of every   weakness    in municipal  government,    and    one of the objects  of the    Association    of   B.  C.  Municipalities   is   to     prevent   such   encroachment on   the   part of corporations.     It seems,    therefore, to be a  very awkward    position for the City  of Enderby to be    placed    in.     As a  municipality we   guarded against the  encroachment by    the telephone company, and limited    its scope in making demands of its patrons to certain  conditions set forth in a franchise bylaw  passed  by the*    ratepayers.   The  telephone patrons    of    Enderby -have  never found fault   with the telephone  company so long as it complied with  the conditions of the franchise agreement.     It was   only , when thei company altered its charge and its hours  of service that   the    telephone users  objected.     Then,  when the City was  placing such brave resolutions on the  minutes of the City Council, the telephone users, almost to a man, signed  a petition to the    company asking it  to return to the old" hours of service  i and the rental    charge  stipulated in  jthe agreement .with the City.     Then,  'later, when the City Council got cold  feet, and in'..a single day undid all  the good it had been building up in  two months past, the telephone users  who signed the notice to the company  giving them thirty days in which to  either return to the old 'hours- of service and franchise rental charge or  take the phones out, likewise got a  chill in the feet, and only a few of  them stood pat. They argued, and  reasonably, too, that when tte City  had thrown them down so completely  hey were not sufficiently organized  to force the company to comply wi������������������h  he agreement.  No other    town   in the Valley had  the foresight to make conditions with  he Okanagan Telephone Company in  the matter of   hours   of   service and  rental charge, therefore they are not  in-a position-to do anything else but  comply with the new   regulations or  discontinue the   phones.       Enderby's  position is quite different.     The people made the conditions alright,  and  the telephone    company signed them,  which makes them as binding as any  other agreement   made between legal  parties  thrown  was the people's and we are in no  better position than had the City  never taken the pains to make an  agreement with the company.  NOT Specials, but every-day  prices at DILL BROS:  Canned Peas, Corn and  Beans, new crop, ptr caii,  15c  Old Dutch Cleanser, chases iflr  dirt, per can, Iv/C  Corn Starch,  Johnston's, 1(lr  trip hpst   npr liko-  XV/'L'  the best, per pkg  Laundry Starch, Johnstons O C^  and Silver Gloss,  2 for ^^C  Cow Brand Soda, the best i(\r  per pkg  IvJC  French Peas, per can 15 C  Jelly Powders, all flavors *} C ���������������������������  3 for ^3C  Raisins  and  new fruit,  Currants,  2 pkgs for  25.  Purity Rolled Oats, 8-lb sk 40c  Blue Ribbon Tea, per one A(\r  pound pkg  t:v/C  Sweet Potatoes, 4 lbs for  25c  Cranberries,  2  lbs  for  35c  driver's oi* Keilfer's Mar- &. C _  malade, 4-lb tins ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  O J C  , King Oscar and Cunard Iwi.for  But our City Fathers have Sardines, best Norwegian 7 5 C  away    the    advantage which'  We    carry    Swift's   Canadian  Hams and Bacons.  Bran, Shorts,  Wheat and  at best prices  Oata  SALT FISH IN KEGS  Everything that's good to eat at  Eighty-five per cent of headaches  are the result of eye-strain, which can-  be permanently relieved with the aid  of Toric Optical Co.'s scientifically  fitted glasses. Specialist will be in  the Enderby Hotel, Monday and  Tuesday, Nov. 17th and 18th. Consult him.  HILL BROS.  JLammW Grocer. ENDERBY  Clothing, Boots & Shoes  EYE-SIGHT  We have made arrangements with the TAUBE OPTICAL CO.,  of Vancouver and Calgary, for their Eyesight Specialist-  DR. S. L. TAUBE  [who has had forty-two years' experience in the Optical business]  TO BE AT OUR STORE ON  MONDAY, NOV. 24th-  If there is anything wrong with your Eyesight,  *; do not fail to consult, him  All work is guaranteed absolutely as tested  Fowl Siipr and  Moment  r *  Tuesday, Nov. 11th  AT ST. ANDREW'S  CHURCH  ADMISSIOE TO. BOTH :  children! 25c      -'- ''f- - A. Reeves' Drug Store, Enderby  SUPPER SERVED AT 6 O'CLOCK <SXs)$k3<S<s>^4h*^^ ' #8*������������������*''���������������������������������������������*������������������*������������������*������������������*������������������*������������������*������������������*������������������*������������������*Q***  i  ���������������������������  t  ;  ;  t  I  If not���������������������������WHY ? You will need them before the winter is over.  Why not place your order now and have the use of same from now on.    Call and see our sample*, or the made-up article���������������������������get  our prices���������������������������compare with others.   Then we know you will come back and do business with us.   WE PLEASE.  < >  ::  All kinds, for Ladies & Children, Men & 'Boys.  The Famous MALTESE   CROSS  BRAND.    Let us supply  your wants in this line.    Quality and Price Guaranteed.  RubJxers  SHOE PACKS  Three  Different   Makes,   6-in.   to   17-in.   Tops.    TShe BEST ON THE MARKET  Rain Coats���������������������������Oiled Clothing  Two necessary lines at this season of the year.      All sizes and quality  in stock.     Buying these lines from us means a saving for you.  Gloves and Mitts  Lined and unlined���������������������������all leathers���������������������������from 50c up.     Our special,  the "H.B.K." Brand  Mackinaw Clothing  CARSS and H. B. K. BRANDS  Acadian Pride Home-Spun Pants  The BEST Working Pants made.  Guaranteed against ripping  Underwear  Stanfield's,  Dr. Jaeger, Wolsey,  and others at lowest prices  Sweaters  AND SWEATER COATS  all the best makes  Heavy Shirts  The Popular "H. B. K." Brand  Don't Overlook  the Original Slater Shoe; price  stamped-"The One Best Shoe"  If not a customer of ours and can't get what you want from others, don't let them fool you by telling you we haven't got it.  a general thing, we have.       Don't take what you don't want.   Come to us and get what you DO WANT.  As  Gent's  Furnishings  BOB PEEL  SHOES  Enderby  i  "1  .  1  '  t  y  ,A  > ]  i  ��������������������������� 1  ���������������������������              1  ii  <  ���������������������������  tl  4  i  I  il

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