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 i  fo  h  ft;  .*���������������������������%  li  E.iderby,  B.C., September 18, 1913  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 6; No. 29; Wh6le No. 289  Locals of Home Events of Interest  Near Home and Far  Away  Mrs. L. Long returned from ��������������������������� the C. A Seager, principal of St.Marks'  coast' cities on Wednesday. | Hall, Vancouver, presiding; Rev. Mr.  Mr. Miller,' of Vancouver, stopped Robertson, Summerland; Rev. Mr.  a few days in Enderby this week.        j Goodman, Peachland;    Rev. Mr. Mey-  Last week Mr. F.    Fravel took the rack-    Okanagan   Mission;    Rev. Mr.  road again. for   the   Okanagan Saw  Mills' selling department.  Mr. Oliver Harvey came in from  the coast Wednesday to see his brother, H. W., who has been very ill  for the past few weeks  - * Mrs. Jas. Ellison and son left on  Saturday for Kelowna, where they  will be the guests   of    Mrs. Fowler,  - "' wife of the city, electrician.  Mr. Geo.' R.    Sharpe   returned    on  Sunday from Alberta,  where he. pur-  .   chased a carload of cattle, including  - the first prize " winners    at the Cochrane show. , ', ���������������������������   "    .        _   -  Miss Dow, milliner of Salmon _Arrn,  will- make a millinery display,at the  store of the'' Poison   Mercantile Co.,  -_-, next  week. -���������������������������- Her  announcement  will  . be. found elsewhere in. this .issue.'"    V  ���������������������������'   Captain-' and'. Mrs? J.'-E. - Master s,���������������������������  ";6f-Moncton/N. B., "are visiting-Mr.  \*-tand-'Mrs. A. JS.  .Ta'ylor/of Endejby'.'  v' They are this week" enjoying"a motor-  '.  boat trip    on    the   river   and lakes,  with camping    and   fishing as a side  - amusement.   '       ......  Rev. Mr.  Reid," - who-  has been ap-  - pointed .to the   pastorate of the Enderby-Anglican field,-will take charge  . by the end of September. It is intended that Mr. Reid will be here to  take"the Harvest Festival service on  thc 28th inst.  .  - The tennis courts "are in excellent  shape - just at present, and those,  players who have been accustomed to  playing on the best Old Country  co.urts - declare   that    the     Enderby  -ground tempts them to remain all  day at the game.  Mr. MacGregor, of Aberdeen,  Scot.,  was a visitor on Monday.   He is pur-  Smith,    Okanagan    Centre; Rev.-Mr  King,  Armstrong;    and   Mr.   Silk; of  Enderby.      The . Quiet    Day services  commenced Monday morning and continued until Wednesday evening.  DOUBLE" WEDDING'  chasing a small acreage close to Enderby and will make his permanent  home here. Mr. MacGregor is a  stone mason contractor, now retired  from active business.  r*  Mr. Charles Camscll, representative  of the Geological Survey Department,  Ottawa, was in Enderby Wednesday,  endeavoring to secure samples of the  "soil "and"other information "relative  to the farming industry in this section. Thc information collected by  Mr. Camsell is to be used for exhibition purposes in Australia and elsewhere.  The home of F. D. Abbott, on the  Mabel Lake,  was destroyed by lire a  A very pretty double wedding was  solemnized in St. George's church,  Wednesday afternoon; Sept. 17th, at  1:30 o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Seager, of  Vancouver, officiating,, and "* thc  Misses Warwick ancl Messrs. Williams  and Hatcher the contracting parties.  . The'cnurch was-, da ntily "decorated  with flowers,, and a number of friends  were in' attendance to witness the  happy-event.-.-.-.Mrs. Howard Mann  officiated at- the organ. ��������������������������� A--- - -  "By this ceremony" Miss Isabel le  Helen . Warwick /became the wife of  M"- *_.F^ia'rn " Jeffreys , Hatcher, and  M' yy'":Lyaiena' Mary Warwick the  wife of Mr. Guy Lome Williams.  - .Mr. Gen. Warwick ��������������������������� gave the bride  to Mr. Hatcher, who was supported  by Mr. R. E. Wheeler, and Mr. Jack  Warwick gave the bride .to Mr. Williams who was supported by the  bride's brother.  After the..ceremony������������������ the bridal party  adjourned to" the dining room* of the  King Edward hotel, where Host Murphy spread .a lavish luncheon. - Suc-  pended from the ceiling" over - the  tables hung "a beautiful floral bell,  made by Mr. F. V. Moffet, which was  really a work of art and was much  admired.  bride's mother and Jack, silver tea  pot, trousseau and books; groom's  father and mother, silver casserole;  Misses Williams, tea and tray cloths  and cushion covers; Mr. and Mrs. F.  Warwick, England, hand-painted  cushion covers; Miss Warwick, Eng.,  cushion covers; Mr. Geo. Warwick and  Miss, Piddington, afternoon tea kettle  Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hatcher, silver  serviette rings;, arid handsome presents from the following: Mr. and Mrs.  Worthington, Mr. ancl Mrs. Stevens;  Armstrong; - Mr. .and Mrs. Reeve  Miss Lang, Dr. and Mrs. Keith. Mr.  ancl Mrs. F. S. c Stevens, Miss .Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. -Prince, Mr. and  Mrs. Sutcliffe, Mr. and Mrs.; Pyman,  Miss Gibbs, Mr. Gibbs, Mr. Christie',  Mr. and Mrs. Mack,' Mr. and Mrs.  Mann,, Mr. "and Mrs. Lemke, Mr. R.  E. Wheeler; Mrs.'Greyell, Mrs. Glenn,  Mrs." Lcightbn; Mr. Varley, Mr. A.  C. Attenborough, Mr. R. Crane, Miss  Murray^ Miss". Blanchard, Miss". Gallagher, .Miss "Cobb, Rev. and Mrs.  Hilton,- Mr. "Whiten,-., Mr. Moffet,' and  Sokwa  (Jap .patient).".   ", --   .'-���������������������������-���������������������������-  Tenth Annual Convention of Alberta /  ,and East B. C. Press Association  -ENDERBY BOY SCOUTS'  . DesiringAto, leMnijfrom- headquarters  how,the Enderby--Boy Scouts acquitted themselves at the recent Govern-  ment cadet camp at Oyama, Scoutmaster Campbell .addressed a letter  to Lt..Col. Bott, Vernon, who was in  command of the camp, and received  the following: :  From Lt.-Col. C. L. Bott, 6. C. 30th  Rcgt., B.C.H.,  Vernon:    '-     ���������������������������.  To G. G. Campbellf'Esq.,   Scoutmaster'1st En'derby Troop, Enderby:  Sir:   In reference to. your letter of j  the"20th ult*. in" regard-to the Ender  The   Tenth    Annual   Convention of  the Alberta and East British Columbia Press   Association,    held at Edmonton, Sept. 11, 12, 13 and-14, was  the most successful    the Association  has held.       One    hundred    and   fifty  delegates and their wives were in attendance, and the entertainment provided by the City of   Edmonton, the  Ad Club, and    the   Grand Trunk Pacific officials was of a princely type,  and   every    moment   that    could-be'  spared  from  actual convention  work  by the delegates   was- filled to overflowing    by   the    convention's ho'sts.  A  detailed   account of the convention proceedings will be given in subsequent issues.   This week'we are restricted   to    a   brief   mention.of the  events that'made    the convention so  interesting and profitable to the delegates.   '-���������������������������    . ,     \.     .    -.     ���������������������������    '    ���������������������������   .  The following, officers  were elected:  President, F/ W. Galbra'ith,'.Red.Deer;  1st vice:pre'sident,".W7G~. Foster,-Nel-  son;  2nd  vice-president,' CKa's." Clark,  High .River;- 3rd. vice:president, L.'~*J.  Ball, .Vernon; secretary, Mr':- Cars'well  Red* Deer; executive,- A".-J;. M." Terrell,*-  Medicine Hat,;V.  C. French, Wetaslc^  iwin,   Geo.'-Gordon,    Ponoka;  W. A.  Buchanon, Lethbridge, .H.-.M.! Walker,  Enderby. ���������������������������  '   "  Vernon was chosen as the place, for  the 1914 convention.  A public reception ancl luncheon  was given in Empire Auditorium at  noon, Sept. 11th, which was 'addressed" by' the ' mayor of Edmonton,  and several ministers . of the Provincial'Government.   . This was followed  by Troop of   Boy    Scouts,   I would,  say that the behaviour of the Enderby troop    was   very   good, the drill  ancl  discipline was    entirely satisfac-  Luncheon over, _ Mr.' H. H.  Worth-Jtory,. while their keenness in the field  ington   proposed   the   health    of the jand    their    readiness    to    undertake  brides and grooms;   and the grooms fatigues  showed   that  the  boys  were  !__3P^n_dAd.__=J_!rom_the^bridaL=tablesTrnade=of-the-right=8tufi7  I have the honour to be,  CECTL. L.  BOTT,  O.C.  30th Regt., B.  C. H.  the party went   to the brides' home,  where the wedding   cake was cut ancl  partaken of   with   wine.     Later the  wedding party   were   driven by auto  to Salmon Arm where they took the  train   on' their   wedding    tour.   Mr.  and    Mrs. -Hatcher   will    visit   San  Francisco, San Diego and other Caii- will be a specially interesting and cri  fornia    cities,   while   Mr.    and    Mrs. joyable  picture  and   vaudeville  show.  SPECIAL    FEATURE  SHOW  in the evening by the chartering of  the s.s.-"City of Edmonton", and the  carrying of the delegates and their  wives up the river to Laurier Park",  where the party" enjoyed a"regular  old-time barbecue, returning to their  hotels about 11 p.m.  _^n^l_____t_Lp___tb e==Ed m o n to n=b an d-  and    orchestra   furnished    music   for  concert and dancing, and every minute of the hours  put happiness into  the hearts of the visitors.  I   Luncheons and    theatre parties  for   '��������������������������� l thc ladies,   and   motor drives about  To-night at the Opera House there the city of Edmonton, made the following day a'busy   one   for all, and  wealth, has as yet produced, nothing.  Thero were broad-guaged men in  charge of that. special train. -They  knew the game. They knew how to ���������������������������  provide the essentials for the full enjoyment of such an outing, ancl had  a- faculty for keeping out of the way  ancl giving their guests time to be  alone and at ease. ,      -   .-  This trip took   the press delegates-  as far   north    as,  Tete  Juan Cache. -  Here' the    train., tied    up   for three  hours or more, permitting the sight- -  seers to   visit- the 'remnant of.that  wide-open    construction " camp.     The  remnant is- only   sufficiently alive to-  give some idea of what has been.   In  the    crooked,   narrow    passage "ways.  between   the . buildings of    the- tent   -  city, were seen the. ruins of .'-'Fatty4's  Restaurant,-"-  "Bill's   Beds,"   ���������������������������" "The./  Reno"Rooms,'I ''Sam's Barber Shop'/ ;  and others of   the    "has-been/ days. --  To-day the construction gang isi-some.'-if  miles!beypnd7Tete  Juaiue.^Cacho and-",/  the" camp,.followers, have, gone thither?"-  leaving, only   a   shadow ."of "theffjamp /,  city   ;that   was. -    There **ai-i "   fi-uiV "  trained nurses., in; the ���������������������������-* remnant o,'-"a-���������������������������  camp'; and these are'handling-twenty  or more typhoid cases.  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������   ,      ���������������������������_- i  ��������������������������� From Tete    Juan ��������������������������� Cache the. press ^ -  delegation"were taken back to Jasper   /  where-.the, train - remained until the.-.  following   afternoon. , .-After a'quiet  night the bugle sounded "out"of bed',' ;  promptly at 6    o'clock.- Having; had -  breakfast  the    delegates "were-*assem-  "  bled for. divine' worship" shortly after   '���������������������������  9' o'clock,    and -following this  there--_-  "was a trip planned for Patricia lake, "  four'miles "away,    over a newly-built.-  wagon road   climbing    hills and val-"   ,  leys very   similar   to   tho   hills and  "alleys oi Enderby Heights, and with"  thc growth   pf   vegetation and vuric-     ���������������������������  ties of trees and   berries ancl flowers  about    tlie   same.       Here    the party   ,  lieca-mc^the-guests^of^Mr-f^I^GT^Ber^^  *- * ,-"-  ��������������������������� 11  -*-, -:;l  ^rl/'-i-S, I  r-.j'^-^l  Williams" go "to" Edmonton to visit"  In addition to an    unusually good 4-  reel picture show, thc Musical Eck-  ards will appear. These people are  too  well  known    to    require any in-  the parents of the groom.  List of presents   to    Mr. and Mrs.  Hatcher: Bride and groom, gold ring,  groom to. bride, Pearl pendant; production to an Enderby audience,  bride's mother and Jack, electric.The picture show will include "The  lamp; Mr. Geo. Warwick ancl Miss Snare of Fate," a Thnnhouser 2-reel  Piddington, biscuit barrel; Mr. B. feature drama; "The Strange Way,"  few days ago.     The origin of thc fire |Hatcher,   willow  pattern  tea service; 'a beautiful    domestic    drama;    "For  is not known. The adjoining buildings and part of the household furniture were saved after strenuous exertion on the part of Reg. Crane and  camping party who were camped in  the vicinity. The building was partly  insured.  The visit of Mr. Kelly, thc representative of the Victoria, Australia,  government, at the King Edward hotel on Wednesday, resulted in numerous interviews and enquiries from  Enderby people. .Mr. Kelly reports  an extraordinary interest displayed in  the question of Australia, especially  amongst the farmers of the prairie  provinces.  The Quiet Day services of the Anglican church were observed in Enderby this week,    thc   following pastors  the treat.  Mr. and Mrs.-F. Warwick, England,! thc Love of Mabel," a Keystone corn-  hand painted cushion; Ladies' Hos- cdy of exceptional merit. The last-  pital Auxiliary, oak tray with silver named reel is said to be the most  mountings and presentation plate, laughable picture ever put on, and  and very handsome presents from the t the Opera House management hope  following: Mr. ancl Mrs. F. R. Prince to see all their friends there to enjoy  Mr. ancl Mrs. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs.  Miss Lang, Rev. and Mrs..-Hilton,  Mr. and Mrs. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs.  Sutcliffe, Mr. ancl Mrs. C. Poison,  Mr. R. Wheeler, Mrs. Greyell, Mrs.  Leighton, Dr. and Mrs. Keith, Mr.  and Mrs. Mack, Mr. ancl Mrs. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Lemke, Mr. Whiten'  Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Hendrickson, Miss  Gibbs and Mr. Gibbs, Miss Robson,  England, Mr. and Mrs. Worthington,  Miss Murray, Miss Cobb, Mr. and  Mrs. Reeves, Mr. Moffet.  List of   presents    to Mr. and Mrs.  At_JA_o_'clock_._that._night__.the���������������������������dclc_  gates ancl their ladies became the  guests of the Grand Trunk Pacific  on a' thrce-hundred-mile trip to the  end of steel on the new transcontinental road through the Yellow  Head Pass. This was a big task  for the railway company to handle,  but throughout the trip, occupying  as it did two full days and three  nights, and through a country which  nard Hervey, Chief Superintendent of  Dominion Parks, and Col. S. May-  nard Rogers, Superintendent of Jasper National Park, who were the  hosts at a luncheon served by the  Jasper Park 'men.  Lake Patricia' is one of the beauty  spots of Jasper Park and a gem of  the Rockies, where one day not so  far distant will be erected the most  popular tourist hotel on the continent of America. It will be to thc  Grand Trunk system what Lake Chateau now is to the Canadian Pacific.  The party remained at Jasper until,  4 p.m., and then proceeded to Pocahontas, where Colonel Rogers piloted  them to Punch Bowl Falls, a beautiful stream of   water    flowing over a  is as yet only discovered, there,rocky le(1Ke into a huge bowl-shaped  was not a hitch on the journey, and crevice two hundred feet below. The  every possible courtesy was shown to mode1  mining    town    of  Pocahontas  Having taken over part of the Pol-  son implement stock, we" are prepared  to supply your wants in Plows, Waggons, Buggies ancl Harrows, to your  entire satisfaction.  The'Fulton Hardware Co., Ltd.  of the Rural   Deanery of the Okana- Williams: bride and groom, gold ring,  gan Valley being in attendance:   Rev. groom to bride, silver dressing case;'brushes, combs, etc.     See them.  Try the Enderby Bakery tea room  when you are in town ancl desire a  refreshing cup of tea. Music while  you eat.  A. Reeves is unpacking this week a  new   line   of    shaving    glasses,    hair  all. The generosity of the' company  and the magnitude of thc undertaking may bc judged when it is stated  that it required nine of tne company's largest   Pullman. coaches   to  was then visited. Here the Pocahontas coal mining company has laid  out a town on a picturesque hill-top,  some distance from the mine, and has  erected nearly    100    cottages for the  handle the crowd and furnish sup- accommodation of the families of the  plies for the dining car. The train j miners. Thc streets are clean, and  crew were all select men, otherwise/'10 homes neat ancl tid.-, being pro-  they never could have carried the;vidcd with telephone and electricity  undertaking    through  with   such  ease 'or lighting.  and lavishness. The sleeping car  ancl dining car service could not have  been surpassed were the trip being  made between Toronto and New  York, and this trip was being made  over a road yet in thc building and  through a-country that, while in  later   years   may   produce    fabulous  The train left Pocahontas at 10 p.  m. and arrived in Edmonton at 7.30,  just in time to enable the British Columbia delegation to catch the S.15  train for Calgary.  STRAYED���������������������������To my place-a black  Spaniel bitch; collar, no name;  Watson,  Walker Press office, THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 18, 1913  [School    District  11906.   This  Mr.  mere quibble in  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  our   loss.        We    should   never have  ventured to   reply   to Mr. Metcalfe's  previous letters   had   he snot been so  insistent in his questions directed at  us and   so    deliberate    in his statements   made    against   us.       Just as  he is in his communication above, he  has been in   his   letters of the past.  | He states that    the   North  Enderby  was    established  in  Metcalf knows,  is a  an attempt to make  lit appear that the editor stated false  I facts.      The original   North Enderby  School District   was,    it is true, organized    in   1906,    as    Mr.    Metcalfe  states. But in   1910-11    the people of  Grindrod  withdrew their children and  established    a   school    at    Grindrod.  Mr.  Metcalfe knows .this.     And when  the   Grindrod    school   was organized  the North Enderby School was closed  and in 1912"the district was reorganized    with   altered    limits,    ancl  .the  school house moved from its original  site to a   site   withfn the new North  Enderby    District. Mr.     Metcalfe  knows this, too. In his letter criticising the editor two weeks ago, -Mr.  Metcalfe said along this line:  'Why were the people of this district not approached in the matter  when they were at the time without  a school through the organization of  the 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."  -__^ ___    r-^rfel^CC      For Mr"  Metcal'c's information,  we  IIiINOEjIaO I      [K !*.__-> J will state we have no desire to ques-  _: ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������/'tion the argument of  any cqrrespon-  Publishwl every Thursday at Eiidcr.by.. B.C. at j dent on any matter of public interest  S2 per year, by liie Walker Press. I .   ' v   ' mor to check   correspondence   of this  Transient. 50c an inch first j character.      On the contrary,  we de-  Con" t sire to do all we can to encourage it.  But we do not   propose to allow the  Advertising- Kates.   _    insertion. 25c each subsequent insertion,  tract adveriisinjr. SI an inoh per month.  Lepnl Notices:   12c a line first insertion; 8c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Readinir Notices and Locals: 15c a line.  We represent S. C. SMITH CO.,  .   .   of Vernon  Russell .Street .    Enderby.  SEPTEMBER 18. 1913  OUR TIRELESS  CRITIC  Campers and  Pleasure Parties  Editor Enderby Press:  '-Bear Sir:" Most people like.myself  are of the opinion that" the correspondence column of any up-to-date  paper is for the use of those who  wish .to avail themselves of its. privileges and not usually monopolised by  the   editor.       Such   is    not the case  public statements of this paper to be  branded as false by Mr. Metcalfe or  anyone else.���������������������������Ed.)  Yes, we have them  ���������������������������the kind you have been  looking for. Stoves that, once 'set',  burn all night without requiring constant attention.  They are here in variety.     Come in.     We can suit  you both iii style and pocket.  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 ....  DEPARTMENT  OP   WORKS '.  NOTICE TO    CONTRACTORS  ENDERBY LOCK-UP  SEALED    TENDERS,    superscribed,  "Tender  for    Lock-up    at  Enderby,"  will be received   by- the Honourable  the Minister of   rublic   Works up to  I am inaugurating a regular ser:.-with the Walker   Press,    as any cor-  vice for the "summer months,  on"Ma-\respondent that    may come forward,  bel Lake, making the trip every Sun-,the editor   takes    upon   himself    the-  day  morning     or   as    otherwise  re- privilege-   of    replying,   whatever the.noon   of   Tuesday,    the   30th day of  quired     from    Cottonwood  Point to subject,    ancl    as    often   happens  he ''Se])tember, 1913, for thc  the  Mill    Warehouse,    furnishing  my branches   into ' subjects    that.he evi- !corapletion  i        i   ~,. -������������������������������������������������������r i,r,Qfc oo mnv dently knows    littic   about,    and   in  gasoline launch or row boats as may J  ������������������    ,    .    ,     .       .,     .  ._   .,-.._   aov many cases    gets   as  far away from  be desired,    by   the trip, hour,  day, j               &  erection and  of    married     constable's  "'quarters and   lock-up at Enderby, in  cases    gets   as  far away from:thc okanagan Electoral District,  week or    month     to    all the fishing  the facts as Possible,  as in reply to     pianS|   specifications,   contract,   and  places" on the    lkke and thc camping ���������������������������y Iast   Ietter    he   states    tliat tlle forms of tender   may be seen on and  grounds.     Prices reasonable for good(North. Endei'by   Sch������������������o1   L)istrict was{ after the 11th day of September, 1913  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  organized  to   escape  ition when the    new  : was decided  upon.  excessive taxa-lat the office o{ Mr. L. Norris, Gov-  Enderby School ernment Agent, Vernon; the Provin-  The North En  cial Constable   at   Enderby, and the  derby School District    was organized Dcpartment   of   Public    Works,   Vic-  ,in the year 190G and school opened in toria   B.C  January,    1907,    which    proves itself  'ErJy.  the truthfulness of this statement.  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERB_Y, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customere  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  ', <fr&$<$i&s>G>&i^^  ���������������������������   The   editor   also    fills   about three  parts of his valuable  grievances   of    a few  who he states after sending their  'children to the North Enderby School  . for one season decided  to send them  Intending tenderers may obtain,  on  ap plication _to_-.the__undersigncd,_ one  copy of plans and specification for  space with the | the sum of ten dollars ($10), which  in our district *wm j)e refUn(*ie(i when plans are re-  | turned in good order.  | Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque or certificate  to the Enderby School for thc better: of dcposit on a chartered bank of  teaching facilities, etc. Lot me state jCanada, made payable to thc Hon-  that those people referred to have; ourftl)le the Minister ol Public Works,  never - had - their -children - atlcd the - foy -jf-B-um - equal "to" 10~pcr  North Enderby School, some fori  reasons best known to themselves.  As Bargai n Sales are  Fashionable thes<e ciaysi  I have decided to offer a few snaps that will  no doubt  make oeople sit up and take notice.     These'are real   7  Bargains and will only be open for a few days   ��������������������������� -  FOUR beautiful lota with large fruit treee and a splendid crop of clover;  close to centre of the city; each lot    containing    one-quarter   of an -  acre.   Price $400 each; very easy terms.  85 ACRES excellent land for mixed- farming or   fruit   growing;   about 12  acres under cultivation;..good, comfortablo    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 Offlee Block, Enderby   Real Estate Broker.  FOR SALE  Now J think in justice to those interested and to thc subscribers to  this paper the correspondence column  ought to be left to those who, even  if thcy arc not aware of all the facts  _3 | of anything under discussion, will at  least have more respect for the truth  No. 1 Seed Wheat, Timothy  and Alfalfa Hay. For further particulars apply to���������������������������  F. R. E DeHart  Tenders will   not be considered un-  than has been evident in our editor's !lcss made out on thc forms supplied,  a sum equal to"'10~per cent, "of  contract, which shall bc forfeited if  the party tendering decline to enter  into contract when called upon to do  so, or if he fail to complete the work  contracted for. Thc cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful  tenderers will be returned to them  upon tho execution of the contract.  Kelowna  orN.-E  B.C.  Landon,   on the ranch  Enderby  remarks on thc "three-mile limit  question, and I will leave it for the  readers of this paper to judge who  has been up in the fiying machine.  Further comment under the, circumstances is useless.  J.   C.   METCALFE,  Sec.-treas. North Enderby S.D.  (We wish we could   run  this paper  so as to please   such kind friends as  Mr.  Metcalfe.      We have been knock-  . ing about the world   some 38 years,  125 of which   have   been spent in the  _         ' newspaper   work.        That   we    have  Afternoon tea and evening tea will learned so little about the business is  be served at Joe's. When down perhaps due to our not having a  town take advantage of it in his master mind of Mr. Metcalf's calibre  cosy tea parlor. to instruct    us.       This,   however, is  signed with the actual signature of  the tenderer, ancl enclosed in the envelopes  furnished.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.        J. E. GRIFFITH,  Public  Works  Engineer.  ���������������������������Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C.,  September 8, 1913.  JUST    ARRIVED  A fine line of horse blankets, robes,  rugs, suit cases. A good stock of  heavy and light harness always on  hand. Repairs promptly done. C.  Rutherford, Enderby.  Face creams    to    be    found   at  Reeves' will take away the tan.  IF YOU  ARB LOOKING FOR  ASET  OF    HOME-MADE   HARNESS,  IT WILL    PAY   YOU   TO GET MYPRIOES.        IN   STOCK;   SADDLES,  WHIPS,  BITS,    SPURS,  BRUSHES AND  EVERYTHING   IN THE HARNESS LINE.  FAIR    WEAR   OR    FREE     REPAIRS.  REPAIRING    DONE     PROMPTLY AND ONLY BEST MATERIAL USED  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St., Enderby  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 in crop, are in splendid condition for planting.  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction to  purchasers free of chargo, or orchan '"vill be planted and cared for at a  moderate charge.  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lota ..r   now on the market at  #175  per acre.  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to���������������������������  GEORGE PAKHAM,  - ,, i Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.  V-, , X  i  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 18, 1913  Yearning for Sir Richard.  .Under the  heading  "United  States Needs a Man Like   Sir  Richard McBride," the San Fran  cisco   Examiner   publishes  the  following editorial:  "In everything" but name,  British Columbia is an independent state. Exercising its sovereign power, British Columbia has  forbidden the issue of timber,  mining and fishing licenses to  Orientals, and has denied to these  aii ons the right to buy or own  land within the boundaries of the  province.  "There exists between Great  Britain and Japan ��������������������������� a treaty of  alliance, which is both military  and political, and the Japanese  have vigorously protested to the  court of St. James, against the  action of British Columbia. The  British Government, in turn,  has notified Sir Richard McBride,  the premier of the province, of  the protest of Japan. And the  reply of Sir Richard McBride  to the imperial 'government is  plain, brief and straight to the  point.  "'The  Province   of   British  Columbia,' he says, ' is sovereign  in control of its" internal affairs.  This province has legislated in  regard to Orientals within its  boundaries, and this legislation  it is determined to enforce  t >>  NO GRAPE-JUICE DIPLOMACY.  "They breed men in the Canadian Northwest, evidently���������������������������men  whose veins are full of blood and  iron. This Sir. Richard McBride  now, as you will observe, mingles  no grape-juice with his diplomacy, nor any milk and water.  He does no rant nor flourish big  , sticks, nor wheedle nor whine  platitudes of universal peace.  He speaks for his people. firmly,  .emphatically, in the strong,  modest   words   of   a   modest,  . strong man who knows exactly  what he means to do and knows  that he/will doit. y.   "   %\    -  .' i it was Ti-rien; of that breed  who signed; the great Declaration; who knelt behind the rail  . fences at Bunker Hill;: who  fought the sea-fights that'immortalized the names . of Hull  and Decatur and Rodgers and  Lawrence; who fell to a man at  the Alamo; who triumphed at  Beuna Vista; who met each other  with an equal valour on the fields  - of that great war which began  at Bull Run and ended at Appomattox.  "What this United States  needs just now is a secretary of  state built on the specifications  . of Sir Richard McBride���������������������������a man  who can distinguish the line at  which national efforts to preserve peace cease to become admirable and become pusillanimous ;    a   man    who   neither  blusters nor cringes, but who  affirms his country's sovereign  dignity as a matter of fact and  is ready to keep that country's  honor sweet with the sword as  with courtesy and honorable  dealing.  WOULD LIKE TO TRADE.  "We have had a Seward, a  Blaine and a Bayard, and we did  not need to look toward Canada  with envious eyes in those days.  Now we have Mr. Secretary  Bryan, and grape-juice diplomacy, and academic twaddle of  universal peace and peripatetic  lecturing campaigns, with plati-  tudious harangues to the gentler  sex of both genders���������������������������and the  sword of the nation rusty in the  scabbard while every peon spits  at our flag and shoots down unarmed American men and outrages helpless American women  in Mexico at' his own infernal,  cowardly-will and pleasure!  "Would that we could exchange prime ministers with  British Columbia, if but for a  day. A voice of courage and  command would speak the indignant will of the American  people to Mexico before the sun  went down if a Sir Richard  McBride sat in the seat in which  William Jennings Bryan preaches  and proses of impossible universal peace while our honor is  stained, our authority flouted,  our flag insulted and our citizens  outraged, 'robbed''and murdered  by - the unrebuked and unpunished savage across the Rio  Grande."     .  cars has been placed with the  Okanagan United Fruit Growers.  This fruit will be the best of its  kind; in quality it will be kept  up to exhibition grade, and  ought to prove a big advertisement for the Okanagan wherever  it is displayed and sold.  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  WE ARE taking orders for fall delivery of wood. Hurry your orders  in. Birch, 18-in.; fir, 1G to 24-in.  Also wood cutting. Full 4-foot cord  cut to lengths stated above and  sold as cord. Bogert & Adsitt, Enderby.  GOOD WORDS FOR CANADA.  STOVE and sewing machine for immediate sale. Great bargains. Mat-  ley, opposite Theatre.  FOR SALE���������������������������Pure cider vinegar, 30c  per quart; $1 per gallon. Special  quotation hy the' barrel.. Sweet  cider, 40 cts per gallon. Geo. R.  Lawes, Enderby Heights.  WOOD SAWING���������������������������Let me have your  orders for cutting logs into 16 to 24-  inch blocks. Apply, A. Bogert, Box  172, Enderby.  Sir Richard McBride is doing  his best to counteract the effect  of Mr.-Home Payne's statements by assuring British investors that the bonds of Canadian municipalities form the  wisest possible investment.  Speaking especially of British  Columbia municipalities, Sir  Richard says in a statement published recently:  "Most of our rural municipalities have not a dollar of bonded  or floating debt. Moneys advanced to cities to cope with the  abnormal civic development and  for railway terminals are absolutely safe. There could be no  wiser investment in the Empire.  Our municipalities are well-  ordered and are getting the best  value out of every dollar."  SirRichard especially instanced  Vancouver to show the huge  tasks of civic .development that  are being successfully carried  through in the West.  " PROVINCIAL SUPERVISION.  British financial houses concerned with Canadian municipal  issues are awaiting with great  interest the development of the  proposal made at the convention  of Alberta municipalities, that  the provincial governments,  whose high status here everyone  recognizes, should exercise over  civic borrowing, a supervision  analbgous to that exercised over  British municipal borrowings by  the local government board,  whose president is a member of  the British cabinet. The fact  that Canadian municipal and  public borrowings exceeded $46,-  000,000 during the first eight  months of the current year compared with $26,000,000 for the  whole of 1912, while easily explained seems, to many English  houses to suggest the wisdom of  reassuring the nervous and not-  too - well -informed British investor by creating some sort of  Canadian local loan stock whereby, ^s' in England, towns and.  district's below "a certain status,"  would be enabled to borrow  under the imprimatur of the  .government of " its - "province,  which would satisfy itself that  the loan was necessary. ,  FOR  SALE���������������������������Heavy horses.     Okanagan Saw Mills, Enderby, B.C.  HELPING FRUIT INDUSTRY.  The Hudson's Bay Company  has-placed an order for twenty  carloads of Okanagan -apples to  be shipped to their department  stores in the northwest'  -  Negotiations���������������������������*-*��������������������������� had"'been" in progress for-some time between, the  executive of the Okanagan Fruit  Growers Ltd., and the Hudson's  Bay Company, with, a- view: to  interesting the latter firm in the  new project recently organized  for handling the fruit and produce output of the Okanagan;    -  Mr. Simms,. on behalf of the  Hudson's Bay Company stated  that the firm was for a time  uncertain in which form their  assistance to the ranchers of this  district would prove the most  acceptable, whether to take a  block of shares in the new organization or to create and develop  new markets for the Okanagan  fruits.  The latter was eventually the  policy decided upon by the  Hudsonjs Bay stores commissioners, *and an order for twenty  IF _YOU have any insurance to place;.  Fire, Life, Accident, Disease, Automobile, Liability, Bonded; se* me.  Best companies, best values, beet  attention. House for sale at reasonable price; modern and nearly  - new; favorably situated. Enquir-  . ies welcomed: -Jas. Mowat, Bell  Block, Enherby:,  TO LET���������������������������By the. week-end," week or  month; shack fully furnished, four  miles   from   -Mabel   Lake; close to  -- river;   good . bathing : and '.fishing.  "For":particulars^;apply Postmaster,  . Hupel.    "      J    t     A ..'.'.'.  FORS ALE���������������������������Registered Red Poll bull  "Fairview'Chief" 20 mos. old, price  $60;- four-year.-bld -black mare and  co'lt;,, 3-year-old gelding; 2-year-old  gelding;    . 1-year-old      gelding.    G.  ��������������������������� Murdock,. Enderby. ...  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking parlors to the Matthews house, on Clifl Sti, 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.        tf  Given away to our customers  FRWE OF CHARGE,   articles  of- - ;"',.,- ���������������������������  Beautiful English Dinner ware  STOCK PATTERN  After purchasing Fifty Dollars'"worth of Merchandise from this store, you  are "at "liberty to CHOOSE, ABSOLUTELY FREE OF" CHARGE, any,', one  of th- following groups of this HANDSOME STOCK PATTERN as described below: -- ' l        -��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������. _'   "- *.      ,   ��������������������������� Jz  I  Armstrong & Spallumcheen  Agricultural Society  '������������������  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  FAMILY SEWING���������������������������Dressmaking, and  pressing and cleaning, promptly attended to by Miss Lena Carlson, in  =thlr=Crahlr=b=uirding, nexfTonDity  Hall, Enderby.  6 Cups and Saucers.     ;  6 5-inV Plates -"  :~- ~-/y  1 Soup .Casserole  :6  Soup Plates". A'y.'Z-/  1 ^ Gravy "Boat   ---        /..  1 -Covered "Butter--; 'AyyA-V  6 6-in. Plates'/";'i'" ��������������������������� ..' ;-,.  ���������������������������i'drea- 7 " Xy . -���������������������������'"':"���������������������������  1 lO.-in Meat,Platter .  , 1 8-in; Baker '^ ���������������������������' ' .  1 Covered .Sugar  "   -    "���������������������������  1-30s, Jug  1 36s. Slop r Bowl-   .  1 Pickle .'    .----.      "^  1 Gravy Boat  6'8-in. Dinner Plates   "  1 Covered Vegetable.Dish  -1 30s Slop Bowl  6 Cups and Saucers   -  6 Fruit Saucers  1 30s Slop Bowl  6 Cups.and,  ���������������������������-" -,   -  ' ;-'--'  6 Dinner Plates ."- _7.yi  1 36s Slop TBowl  ?W-"-  6 8-in."Dinner Plates   -  6 Soup Plates  1 Cream  Jug  1 Soup' Casserole  1 Baker "             , - f - "7.  1: Gravy Boat    **"         --J  6 6-in.-Plates -    _- ���������������������������     .  6 Cups and Saucers  1 Covered Vegetable .  6 6-in. Plates   "   X y- \  1 Covered  Sugar Bowl  6 Oatmeal Bowls  6 Cups and Saucers    -  6 Fruit Saucers  6,Fruit Saucers'.   -���������������������������  6 8-4n Dinner Plates  1 12-in. Platter  6 Cups and Saucers    ���������������������������  6' 5-in. Plates        (a't  1 Covered Butter  1 8-in. Baker  6 5-in. Plates - '      '    --   i  1 Covered Sugar   **  1 12-in. Meat" Platter  . 1 36s Slop Bowl C .g  1 8-in. -Plate ..  _ \J J  1- Cream Jug        - "* -.  1 Gravy- Boat       .  1 30s Slop Bowl"  1 10-in. Meat I'lai (.;  1 Covered Surn.r  1 30s- Slop Bowl  6 Soup Plates  1 Pickle  1 14-in. Meat Platter  .6 8-in. Dinner Plates      J  1 Covered Vegetable  1 10.in. Meat Platter  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Gardener, landscape (and  jobbing gardener.  FOR SALE���������������������������CHEAP���������������������������Eighty and 1-  20th acres unimproved timber land,  2������������������ miles north of Enderby.     J. B.  "Gay lord A "Enderby".  The price of our goods will not be raised one cent.     Furthermore, we  do not ask you to spend the above amount at one   time,   but buy in the  "ofel i"nary"w"ay"Tnd_TH^sent7Tou"r���������������������������conpotyesfi'.        . -  By thc aid of this SPLENDID OFFER, you arc enabled in a very  short time to FURNISH YOUR HOME with a complete Dinner Set of  this Magnificent decoration   ABSOLUTELY FREE.  "Monthly accounts will be treated thc same as cash if paid by the 15th  of the following month.  DILL BROS.  COTTAGE and two lots for sale;  cheap for cash, or terms arranged  to suit.     Ci G. 'Piper, Enderby.  Enderby  1  I  I  LARGEST FAIR IN THE OKANAGAN  October 9-10  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  19 13  Accommodation for 500 head of Live Stock  Splendid List oj Special Prizes  Three Prizes in Each Class  FOR SALE���������������������������Well-built brick house;  filled cable, etc. Good concrete cellar; half acre garden; adjoining two  streets; ?2,200 cash; "$2,300 on time;  (3 years.) See me for owner's address.     C. G. Piper, Enderby.  J00 HEAD OF POULTRY for sale at  a bargain, mostly young stock, come  and see them ; also 200 lbs. shallots  for pickling at 10c per lb; Hillcrest  and American Wonder potatoes at  $1.00 per sack. J. Gardner, Salmon  Arm Road.  D. MATHESON  President  F. C. WOLFENDEN  Secretary  ^).;.i{..I.t>.I.i;..|..-;M^<.^������������������^;..|..;M;M;i.*{.({^^^^i4N> $-M.i*t +ifrji$i|..������������������ | ft.|.fri|i$i| +1 p jj������������������  SHEEP FOR SALE-1 Shropshire ram,  35 ewes and a few ewe lambs. J. F.  Moore, Enderby.  AGENTS WANTED to sell fruit, shade  and ornamental trees and small fruit  plants. A.pply Royal Nurseries Ltd.,  710, Dominion Building, Vancouver,  British Columbia,  You will find  Millinery Styles absolutely  correct at MUNRO'S  OUR MRS. WATSON HAS RET URNED 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 <9 CO. Armstrong"  THE DRY GOODS    SPECIALISTS  ;--fi' Thursday, September 18, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  OE CANADA  Paid-up Capital.Reserve Fund ������������������Q Q7C Aftft  and Undivided Profits (Over) V'JjdiOjWU  Total Assets (Over)     $69,000,090  When You Take  that Trip  carry your funds in the form of  our Letters of Credit or Travellers'  Cheques, in denominations of $10,"  S20, S50, S100 or $200. The  values in foreign currencies are  stated ou the face, and as these  Cheques are payable without  discount, you can ahvays get their  full value in the moue}*- of the-  country you are visiting, without  delay or difficulty.  Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  THE AWFUL COST.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,   lawn  vases,  peer   blocks,    chimney blocks  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  Enderby, B. C.  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  ,  Daily trains both   *vays from  Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South  bound  read down  10.20   (Lv)  10.51  x 11.05  s,  ll.lD-r.  11.45 '" -   -  11.53  12.03  12.30 ���������������������������  12.50 (Ar)  STATIONS  Sisamous  Jet  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  - .Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  North  bound  read up  (Ar)  17.35  16.50  1G.34  "  "16.19  15.50  15.42  15.30  15.05  (Lv) 14.50  Some statements have been  made of the cost.of-the Balkan  war in lives and money to the  combatants, which we summarize.  Bulgaria mobilized 450,000 men,  of whom 80,000 were killed in  fighting with Turkey and 60,000  in the fighting with the allies.  The war cost Bulgaria 8480,000,-  000.  Servia mobilized 250,000 men,  of whom 30,000 were killed in  fighting with Turkey and 40,000  in the flighting with Bulgaria.  The war cost Servia $260,000,000.  - Greece mobilized 150,000 men,  of whom 10,000 were killed in  fighting with Turkey and 30,000  in fighting with Bulgaria.  Montenegro's mobilization was  small, and so was her loss in battle and her cost of the war.  Turkey mobilized 450.000 men,  of whom 100,000 were killed.  The cost of- the war to Turkey  was $400,000,000.  Including deaths from cholera  and people slain in massacres,  the total death roll is put at up-0  wards of 400.000. and the total  cost to the governments concerned at $1,360,000,000.  The above estimates take no  account of the number of persons  incapacitated for earning their  living by wounds or disease, nor  the tremenduous amount of property destroyed. We confess  that the figures seem somewhat  high, but even if great reductions  are made from them, the cost of  the struggle in life, suffering,  waste and money is beyond computation, and all for, what?  preys to a large1 extent on the  larch wood of the province. In  such a thickly timbered country  as British Columbia it is doubtful  if measures for the destruction  of these insects, or the mitigation of the harm they achieve,  could be accomplished without  unwarranted expense.  NEWSPAPER PUBLICITY.  During a recent national convention of advertising men in Baltimore one advertising manager  of wide experience dwelt with  much emphasis upon the value  of concentrated newspaper publicity.  He made a vivid impression.  He said that the newspapers constituted the only real medium  through which a manufacturer  could create a demand for his products in a particular locality.  Only the newspapers can build  up business locally, because advertising in local newspapers  creates demand. There'1 is a  vast difference between creating  desire for a product and creating  actual demand. Demand means  sales over the counter.  A Handsome Edison  Triumph Phonograph  (Value $97.50)  Given Away Absolutely FREE  o  A key given with every $1.00 cash purchase, or every ?2.00 paid on  back account. The key that will unlock nnd release the Phonograph  takes the instrument. n  Wc will advise you when the keys have all been   distributed.  This ofler 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,  Ajrent _1bo for Church and Parlor Orjjani  Also Fire nnd Life Insurance  Officein BELL brick block  Enderby Agent  CONTRA C TORS  AND  BUILDERS  <i>  iS>  k      1~_ T^V O ESTIMATES  3^RD & ^;=  v ENDERBY, B. C. <���������������������������/rv  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  JNO.BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Morning Prayer;  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer.  MORE WORK, TALK LESS.  "I think it would be far better  if we talked less and did more to  show our friendship with the  United States."  Sir Thomas Lipton thus laconically snubbed half the British  peerage when asked to join then  in contributing-a sentiment;to  Oliver Bainbridge's book, "Lessons of the Anglo-American  Peace Centenary."  Lipton holds strong views  favoring the Panama - Pacific  Fair.     ,  Furniture  and Household Goods  %  Carpets, Linoleums and Wicker Goods.  Picture Framing and Upholstering.  Undertaking and Embalming  THE   ALWAYS  UNIFORM FLOUR  mS9mti-J'Wf'-llll ���������������������������.-���������������������������'wwt-f  mm?~mw*wuj ���������������������������'���������������������������w  HON. MARTIN. BURRELL HOME.  Maintains its HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY. Each  Sack contains flour that will act like the last sack and  always give you GOOD results in BREAD baking. We  exercise no end of CARE in CLEANING aud WASHING  wheat, arid also in"milling'our Moffet's Best Flour. -This  all means success - to the baker. '.  If   he  YOUR  does not,  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.  REV.  J. G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St. Andrews  Sunday   Services���������������������������11 a.m.  and 7:30  p.m.;   Y.P.S.C.E.,  Monday,  7:30 p.m.  Sunday  10 a.m.;  FIRST  BAPTIST  CHURCH  Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  regular    service,  3:30 p.m.;  Prayer service,  Wednesday,  7:30 p.m.  -'���������������������������"nEv7J3VG"STi5!\VAut7 Pastor:;including the   removal   oi  Hon. Martin Burrell, Minister  of Agriculture, who has been in  Europe for the past two months,  has returned. The minister spent  some time at the exhibition at  Ghent.    "      :  "It was most successful," he  remarked, and I have no hesitation in saying that our Canadian  exhibit was the best feature of  all. Our Canadian commissioner,  Mr. Hutchison, will stay there  till the show" is wound up, and  1 rrter HriHrre^Pal rnvi 1 hpr oceed'ttri  ~ '     ,    W? are planning |0ufl";,eu,BuJldI  a handsome  building   and   ex-lSI  tensive exhibit at the Panama-i  Pacific   Exposition.     The   final.  arrangements will be made when  Mr. Hutchison comes back.  "In London I conferred with  Right   Hon.   Walter  Runciman  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Jetty and Dredging at the  North Arm of the Fraser River," B.  C." will be received at this office until 4.00 P. M., on Tuesday, September 30, 1913, for the construction of  Jetty and Dredging at the North  Arm of the Fraser River, B. C. j  Plans, specification and form of  contract can be seen and forms of  tender obtained at this Department  and at the offices of C. C. Worsfold,  Esq., District Engineer, New Westminster, B.C.; W. Z. Earle, Escj.,  District Engineer, Winnipeg, Man.;. J.  S.    MacLachlan,    Esq.,    District En.  gineer,__JVictoria B���������������������������C.:_-J._-L-Mi=.  jchaud,  Esq., District   Engineer, Post  GROCER   SELLS   IT  call   up   our   office,    'Phone  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited.  I  CHANGE OF  COPY  Copy for all changes of advertisements in the Press should bo In this  oflice on or beforo Tuesday noon to ,  enriiiro the change hcing mado. We  cannot guaranteo a change if this  rule is not complied with.  The Walker Press.  e-   .  VER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  j embargo on Canadian cattle, but,  I am not hopeful of anything in!  i that line being done.   In reality I  1 the embargo is a form of protec-'  I tion more than anything  else.'  'The Old Country is taking steps.  to provide compensation where  animals are affected with tuber-  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac  Anyone Bonding n sltotch nnd description may  quickly nacortuln our opinion freo whotlior an  Invention Is prohnbly piUent.nhlo. Communications strictly conMjlontldl. HANDBOOK on Intents  nont two. Oldest TTifoncy forsocurliif? putontn.  J'atonta tnkon throuKli Much & Co. receive  special notice, without oharee, lutbo  Scientific nmm.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lartrest circulation of any Bdontlflo journal. Terms for  Ourwda. ������������������3.76 a year, postago prepaid. Sold by  tin nevr8dnaleri.  8Co.S61Snadm������������������NewYork  flraubh Onioo, 025 F 8t��������������������������� WRslilnifton, D. O.  San Fransisco. ,.._ ,,.���������������������������__ ���������������������������..:,.���������������������������__  ......rnn,  on    T n  real, P.Q.,  J. C.  Esii.,   District   Engineer,  Confederation   Life   Building,     Toronto,  Ont., and on application to tho Postmaster at Vnocouver, 13. C.  Persons tendering arc notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  rcgarding.a numbcr..of matters; i"^.^fc %ln}**to���������������������������*. s;ippUed:_  ���������������������������    - ,,���������������������������]    n?    ,, ��������������������������� *aml signed   with    their actual signa  tures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. Tn thc case of  firms, tho actunl signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of  residence of each member of the firm  must bc given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  culosis and from it we have much ;Tb.ank' T,nW������������������t, t0^ . W*m, ������������������J ^  _���������������������������   i      ..    ___,._��������������������������� .-i       it....,.,  iHonourable    the   Minister   of Public  Works, equal to five per cent (5 p.c.)  of the amount of the tender, which  will bo forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.  R,  C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, August 18,  1913.  Newspapers will not he paid for  this advertisement if they Insert it  without authority from this Depr_rt-  ment.~-45074.  to learn, as outside of British  Columbia little in that line has  beon done."  INSECT PESTS.  Mr. J. M. Swaine, etomologist  of the Canadian Conservation  Commission, has been engaged  for some time past in making a  study of economic insect pests  in British Columbia. He has  been working in conjunction  with the Forest Branch of this  province. It is understood that  he has discovered up to date  several new species of dangerous  forest   insects,    one  of   which  Is recognized to be the strongest built Machine  on the market;  it will last a lifetime, and will  always do satisfactory work.    It is the Type-  -vv-i-itei-that4eadsall-other-in4he-number-of-sales7==  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.  -AfiKNTK   "���������������������������"r*~iir "~mmr  The   Armstrong  G reenhouses  Floral Work of all kinds  to order  Bouquets     Sprays  Wreaths  and Cut Flowers  Rush Orders by return  Alwyne Buckley  PHONE     ARMSTRONG    11-,  If you  have land  to sell  Hammocks are more enticing now  even if the evenings are not so long,  than when the mosquitoes were entertaining.  B of ore  fishing  stock.  investing ��������������������������� in a hunting or  shoe, take a look at our  Dill Bros.  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet dencriptiv'e of'the Mara District is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C Thursday, September 18, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  iff  KodakS  and all  Kodak  Suppl  les  make a picture  of the pleasures  of your holiday  trip   A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer *.  Cliff SfT Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  Death Not Part of Divine Plan,  but an Extreme Form of Fear  Slowly but surely the wisdom J remedy in  the   teachings   and  of this world is recognizing that practice of the Master.  G.  L. WILLIAMS  -i  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block      Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Oflice hours:   Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  '" Afternoon, 3 to 4    -  Evening1. 6:30 to 7:90  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sta.    ',   ENDERBY  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby -Lodgre ,No. ,v40  Regular. meetings flrat  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. in. in Oddfellows -'Hall. -.Vilrttihg  brethren cordially, invfted.  H. E, BLANCHARD .,- ..WALTER ROBINSON  "^..,,--W. M.       -'     "--";-   ���������������������������    -"    Secretary--'  I. o. o. f;  *sS*gi/ -Eureka Lodge, No. 60 *>;  Meets every Tuesday evening: at 8 o'clock, ih I. 0.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always - welcome       --GEO. BELLAMY,   N. G.  ���������������������������i    ��������������������������� HOWARD LOGAN. V. G.  . Z,. R. E. WHEELER, Secy,  ��������������������������� - J. B. GAYLORD. Treas.  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  For rates, etc., address,  *.    T. E. RODIE, Enderby  entertainments.  POLITICAL  ENDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ASSOCIATION    -  J. L. RUTTAN, ������������������      H. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  the grand old Book of books  contains the solution for every  human problem.  One of the unsolved problems,  the greatest of all problems of  mortal existence, is that of death.  Advanced thought in physical  science has announced that there  is no physiological reason why  death should occur.  While thia question is agitating  the minds of thinkers, and laboratory research is delving deeply  :into the problem, the Bible containing a complete treatise on  the subject of death, clearly  setting forth cause and cure,  patiently awaits the seeker after  truth, who will surely" come  when all material knowledge has  failed.  Truly said the Book.- "The  wisdom of this world is foolishness with God."  The hope that sometime death  might be overcome has always  existed in the heart of man, and  this of course proves that death  is an abnormal condition, for if  it were natural and rigtit, a  proper part of the divine plan of  creation, mankind would not  rebel, _ but would pass willingly  to the grave.  Death is the greatest fear of  human existence. In his letter  to the Hebrews, Paul refers to  this fear in describing the mission of Jesus, which was to  "deliver them who through fear  of death were all their lifetime  subject to bondage." '-.  To the average mortal who  has accepted death as an inevitable conclusion of .earthly life,  the idea of escaping it seems  preposterous and unworthy of  consideration; to such a one it is  the one thing about-which "there  is.no doubt.z/ ;:*i- ->.:.;-- f ���������������������������"-:"-;-.  5 This _ belief -..illustrates V.how  little, so-called" followers- of. the  Master really understand his  teaching. a: -X-\[z' ���������������������������-- ���������������������������_ , .  " ./As" it "is in the :"present day,  so was-it in--the days of- his  ministry... ^" ���������������������������, _ ������������������  i From the dramatic description  of the raising of Lazurus, we  learn that those, to. whom Jesus  spoke did.hot comprehend him.  Martha replied, to. his declaration. =;- "Thy brother shall rise  again." ."I know that he "shall  rise again in-the resurrection at  the last day.".. . -A. '  :"Even she could not believe it  possible that the decree of death  could be set aside. .-  The Scriptures declare that  death is the wages of sin,.and  from this it would logically  follow that in the degree that  sin was overcome the liability of  dying=fwould-be-lessened.  Here is a topic worthy of profound study and consideration:  one that means more to .the  human race than all the material  discoveries and progress of the  ages.���������������������������Los Angeles Tribune.  TIMBER RESOURCES  The possibility of deriving a  larger and more proportionate  revenue from the timber resources of British Coumbia is the  main object of the inquiry into  the royalty question which is  being undertaken by Hon. W. R.  Ross, commencing at Vancouver  on September 8. The matter is  one that affects the interests of  the public at large. Afterc deliberation which involved consideration of the 'subject from  many angles the conclusion has  been reached that the stumpage  is in some instance being sold  for less than its worth and the  object of an increased and  possibly graded royalty is to  insure that the timber resources,"  which' are the property of the  people as ^.represented by the  crown, yield a revenue that is  considered commensurate with  their- great value. At present  the-royalty is 50c per thousand  feet, board measure, but this is  insufficient. It is not considered  a wise policy that the timbermen  should be enriched at the expense  of the public, and while the  Government is anxious to do  everything in its power to encourage the lumber industry the  duty of safeguarding the public  interests is paramount to every  other consideration. v  It is with this object in mind  that the Hon. W. R. Ross, the  Minister of Lands, is setting  forth on his important investigations that is hoped will lead to  an important step forward in the  timber policy of the Government.  It is his hope that evidence will  be submitted to- hiin by all  lumbermen who have interests  in the Province and that those  who are unable to appear before  him in person will make out  memoranda of their case and  forward them to be considered  before definite legislation is  drawn up. This course should  illustrate to those who hold  timber licences from the crown  that the Government is prepared to give careful consideration to any arguments against  an increase in the royalty that  may be advanced. But at the  same time it should not be forgotten that the Government, in  all questions of its administration, owes a duty to the people  of British Columbia and in the  matter of the timber resources  of the Province it is essential  that the return in .revenue  should be arranged for on a fair  and equitable basis.  CANADA  Paid-up Capltal.Besenre Fund ������������������������������������ V7K AAA  and Undivided .Prollts (Omx) vp90i09yvv-  Tola! Assels (Over)    $69,000,000'  Moiicy Promptly^  ^   Baiilced^:  as soon as you -receive it is much  more likely to,, be. saved than if -  ; you keep it around.iu the house or  your pocket. It "cannot, be lost,  .stolen or'bunied, and is far less ,  likely to be.spent.-'". ...     ���������������������������.--_.'  With,a deposit of a dollar or  more. you.can open an accouut  . with the ^ Uriioii: Bank, bearing  "interest, and receive'a, Passbook.  Why put it off?  Enderby Brand),.'; Hf. D. C. mm, Manafiur  Bank of Montreal  "     -' ' EsUbHehed 1817  Capital, 116,000,000 /���������������������������...' Rwt| |ie(O0O,OO������������������  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 3. O. Mv O.  President, R. B.. Angua, Esq.   Vie������������������;:Pr__ideni,H. V. M������������������r������������������dith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NHW YORK and CHICAGO.  ,   SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upward., aud interest allowed at current rate*.  ~ Interest credited-30th June and_ 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A. fl: Taylor, Ma.na**r  Go, 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  in-root system to-irrigated stock. 'A A-       -   '        ,'������������������������������������������������������-"        .- ~ y'.t-  Isn't this the kind of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL     TREES,  .  SHRUBS,  ROSES, ,etc:,3you-want ?���������������������������-' '-.,  Ask our local representative,- -  , . v-_ '  e\X.\ -   y.   -"*.",'   ���������������������������--/���������������������������/     , to call on you.-,p He'will-be delighted;-..:  E7ErC.iHi&r:ns  e--H  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-f������������������d  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 prica possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)    Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  Again, the Master declared,  '' Verily, verily I say unto you, if  a man keep my saying, he shall  never see death."  One of the reasons why this  teaching has not appealed more  strongly to mortal is that mankind has been led to believe that  the term death.refers to spint-  uarobservation7~an~d that ~it~ has  no reference to what is termed  physical death.  This conclusion, of course, is  proved fallacious by the practice  of the Master and his disciples in  raising a number' from death.  If death ��������������������������� were normal and in  accordance with God's law, even  Jesus would have been powerless  to interfere.  Paul tells the Corinthians that  "the last enemy that shall be  destroyed is death."  From this statement and others  that have been quoted in this  article, it is evident that the  Scriptures regard death as ab-  normal andjinnatural, the effect  of sin.  They furthermore point out the  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal raining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-  _beita,wthe^Yukon==Tr=Territory,=the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 2,560 aeres  will be leased to one applicant.  . Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Bub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated. ^  ��������������������������� In surveyed territory the land muet  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and In un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by th* applicant himself.  Each application must be ac������������������on>-  panied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for i������������������re  aot 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 tbe mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and -pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights-are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may-be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surfaco rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or SuVAgent  of Dominion Lands."  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  "Enderby, ;is a charming, villiage" with, eity airs.; 'J'X-  7   When Paddy, Murphy shook the /snow of Sandonzy ';  _;  off his feet he came here,, and how -owns one of      ^  finest brick hotels in th������������������ country.    Although-''  Paddy, is an Irishman from" Michigan, he calls his;  hotel the King Edward. ..Iri^additioh to the ex-.-.  ; cellence of the* meals, breakfast is served up to 10".'  . o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ladf e.)  King Edward Hotel;;&*URPH J;f Enderby  ,. - ���������������������������* yk  - IT '1/V  I   *-t\.~n-K  "A-X-1  i? I---.  ..li.-f^rM  Jsi-'V II  <*  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES t  REAL ESTATE  Fruit Land Hay Land.  Town LoU  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  Tlie Phoenix Insuranco Co. of London.  L'jnJ^n-L.-ineiiitiirt) Fire Insurance Co.  _J__J_f"_Jj!su_rance_Co,,of_Liverpool (Life dept=  The London ft Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY  Fix up your House, Barn,  .:._.^.A*n]i.Qitf.^iyi.*s*g-s^^^.  Here are   somo   specials in lumber while they last: !  ' ' ! '  Ho. 2, 2x4, per thousand  f 13.60  Cull Boards, per         S.00 per M  No. 2 Lath, per thousand      1.73  Short Cord Wood      3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������d.rby  An  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt-edged originalprairie Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-claSB man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  ,      Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO n  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 18, 1913  Special Prize List of the Fall Fair  to be Held at Armstrong, Oct. 9-10  l3uiTcll-Besl  foal of 1013  Mv. W  sired  by  ".Martin."   1st $5,  2nd $3.  Spallumcheen Farmers' Institute���������������������������  licit hctivy draught marc and twp of  lier progeny, inulcr -1 years old: Silver  Cup.   (Cup to be won 3 times).  I:!. T. A!,boU--Bcst heavy draft  colt of 1913, pipe valued at $2.50.  C. L. Christian���������������������������13esi single driver,  whip valued fto.OG.  James Hcll���������������������������Hcst colt of 1913 sired  by  his percheron    stallion "Tseneic."  qn���������������������������J.  Hank of Montreal���������������������������Host points in  division 1, $5.  W. M. Townscnd���������������������������-Three best Dairy  cows, any breed or breeds. Exhibited  by a member of B.C. Dairymen's Association, .$10.  Bes-i. registered Dairy'cow, $5.  Two best pure-bred calves (dairy  -strain) under 1 year old. Registered  or eligible for registration 1st $6.50.  2nd $3.50.  Best grade TIeifcr calf, sired by  ''O'canagan  Prince."  1st $5,  2nd ?3.  B.C. Dairymen's Association���������������������������Best  gallon of milk exhibited in one-half  gallon and two quart or four quart  hottlos. 1st, Spring-dial scale and  sanifary milk pail; 2nd, Spring-dial  scale; 3rd,  Sanitary mdlk pail.  Armstrong &��������������������������� Caldwell���������������������������Best heifer  calf, $f>.  W.  T-t.  Keary���������������������������Best yearling,   bull,  (registered)     calculated    to improve  ' type of dairy cattle, .$5.00.  Bank of Hamilton���������������������������Most points in  division 2, $5.  Geo. Murray���������������������������Most points division  3, 1st $3, 2nd $2.  W. I-T. Keary���������������������������Best boar (ba������������������on  strain) under 1 year old, $2.50.  C. T. Schubert���������������������������Best-5 Shropshire  lambs, $5.00.  Armstrong Advertiser���������������������������Most points  division 4, lst $3, 2nd $2.  W.'M. Townsend���������������������������Best pair of .Toulouse geese, $3.    -  Best pair birds in show���������������������������Northern  Okanagan .Poultry Association's cup.  Geo.' C. Lcmbke���������������������������Best pen of   Leg  horns,  any variety, $2.50.    Best pen  Kocks, any variety, $2.50.  (Faultrymen) Best pen heavy birds,  (chickens) $5.  Best   pen  light birds  (chickens)  $5.  A. K. .Morgan & Co.���������������������������Most points  division 5, goods $5.00.  The Columbia Flour Mills���������������������������Best  loaf of bread made from JMofl'cll's  Best. 1st 2 19 pound sacks IMofTctf*  Best, 2nd 1 J 9-pound' sack MolYclt's  Best.  Alex, Peid, "Esq.���������������������������Best loaf of  bread made by girls'under 16. 1st  $3, 2nd $2  Society���������������������������Best loaf of bread in show  1st $3, 2nd $2.  John Fraser���������������������������Most points division  0, $5.  Exhibitors in butter classes are  notified that pound prints must weigh  a full pound; if found to weigh less  entry wil] be disqualified.  MacPhail-Smith Co.���������������������������Best    loaf of  bread baked in Chancellor range, lst!  $3; 2nd $2.  Spallumcheen Farmers' Institute���������������������������  Best collection of vegetables: Silver  Cup.   (Cup to be won 3 times).  Day'wn & Jackson Ltd.���������������������������Best white  potatoes, fit for market; to be. packed in a crate not less than 100 lbs.,  1st $12.50, 2nd $7.50, 3rd $5.00.  W. I-l. Murray���������������������������Most points, division 7, agricultural implements $12.50  P.-Bums & Co.���������������������������Best collection ol  farm and ranch products to be grown  and exhibited by users of their fertilizers. Exhibitors to have used at  least 5 sacks of their brands this  season. Overgrown or otherwise abnormal specimens to be a disqualification, lst, 10 sacks of any brand of  fertilizer, 2nd 5 sao'cs of alny brand of (sjon .11, $5.  W. R. Mogaw���������������������������Most points division  8, hand potato digger.  Spallumcheen Farmers' Institute-  Best 5 boxes apples commercially  packed and grown by exhibitor: Silver  Cup.     (Cup to be won 3 times).  Dickson Land Co.���������������������������Best packed 5  boxes commercial apples, Silver Cup.  (Cup to be won 3 times).  B.C. Dcpartir't-nt of Agriculture-  Best 5 boxes packed aPl'lcB (diagonal  I pack) all layers except, face wrapped;  Jno layer, papers; fruit may be wiped;  cover need not have been nailed  down; five of fewer varieties to be  packed by pupils of packing school.,  without assistance; open to pupils of  packing school who obiainod 75 per  cent, or over at packing schools during wintc'i- months 1912-13. 1st $15,  2nd,    $10.00;     3rd,     $5.00. ���������������������������  Apple packing contest���������������������������Entry fees,  $1; apples to be packed diagonally;  each contestant to pack 3 boxes; apples to be'supplied by Society and  placed by disinterested person; contestants to draw for places. Score  Card���������������������������Speed, 20; uniformity, 15;  alignment 10; bulge 10; height at  ends 10; firmness 20; wrapping 15;  total 100. To secure perfect score  for speed must pack 3 boxes in 25  minutes. Every three minutes longer  will reduce score 2 points. If not  packed in one hour contestant ruled  out. Entries t0 be mado before Saturday Oct. 4, to (lie secretary of the  Society. 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $5.  Dr. Van Kleeck���������������������������Largest   apple    in  show, silver cup. (To be won 3 times)  Foreman  & Armstrong���������������������������Best   plate  of winter apples, goods $5.-  Clinton's Store    Larkin���������������������������For most  points division 9, $5.  S. B. Van Kleeck���������������������������Most points    in  division  10,  $5.00.    '-  A. Munro & Co.���������������������������Most points divi-  Armstrong, Public school and brush  work for the three rooms downstairs  in the same school. 1st $2, 2nd $1,  in both cases'.  Points count: Firsts 4, seconds 3,  thirds 2. In classes where no competition firsts 2, seconds li, thirds ������������������.  Attention is called to errors in the  prize list, as follows:  Family tickets arc $2.00 and cntillo  holders to������������������entranco for man, wife,  and all children under IS years of  age, and free entrance for cxhih/its  where no entry fee is charged.  Delicious  Honey  Bottled by Enderby Apiaries and  Quality Guaranteed  Order your  Winter's  Supply  W. J. Woods  All accounts owing the Enderby  Trading Company are payable to.. W.  J. Woods.  "WithBrains,  Sir!"  1& Sir Joshua Reynolds,  answering the inquisitive  man who asked him what  he mixed his paints with,  thundered, "With Brains,  Sir!"  9 We mix tailoring with  the same ingredient,  which accounts for the  nation - wide reputation  justly earned by "The  House of Hobberlin."  ���������������������������ff Hobberlin designers  possess that necessary  brain power which finds  expression in the artistic,  stylish, perfectly fitting  garments that are the  product of Hobberlin  real tailor shops.  Sole Agents  for Hobberlin Tailoring  DILL BROS.  ENDERBY ' B. C.  fertilizer. 3rd 3 sacks of any brand of  fertilizer. Judges to exercise their  discretion in the awarding or - withholding of any of above prizes if,���������������������������quality or lao'c of competition do not  meet their approval..  , W., TI. Keary���������������������������Best bale of' alfalfa  hay, $2.50.  .  TimberlakiC &.Son���������������������������Most points    in  work, children under 1.7. silver brooch.  Society���������������������������Best collection   of. crochet  work; -not less than 5 pieces, $5.     "' ,  Best" collection hand work done   by-,  lad'ies over 60 yern'e, nf age   $5.  O. McPherson���������������������������Drawing   from models  for" the three rooms-upstairs    in  Millinery Opening  ������������������������������������������������������M��������������������������� ti  Miss Dow of Salmon Arm, wishes to  announce to the Ladies of Enderby  that she will be in Poison's Store,  September 25> 26, 27, with a full  line of Trimmed Hats, Stylish and;  Up-to-Date  ' 1  *������������������������������������������������������{  \i  -���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� -������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-* <  -������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������#-#.*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.'���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������  l^.l.lHl^.l-l^lnM-l^lHl-l^l^l^t-l^l-l^^^l't^^l-t"!"^!"!**"!^*"*-^!^^!*^^  Underwear  ���������������������������for Boys and Men. A  large assortment of the  best makes. All sizes. Best  values in the City.  In the most popular shades. All  leading- makes.  Prices from ���������������������������"~  $1.25 Up  Boys' Reefers  Cleaning this line  out at greatly reduced prices. Inspect this line; they  are the best bargains ever offered  in Enderby.  Dmre? Qnih only Three Left:  UU VO     U \JLL tO 1, size 23; reg. $4.75;  now, $2.40  1, size 23; reg. $7.00;  now, $3.50  1, size 24; reg. $5.50;  now, $2.75  Gent's  Furnishings  Boys' Pants  5 pair  at 45c a pair  RrkW ^Kiftc  Flannelette &  PPyS   OmriS Flannel at-25-off-  /~\ i        Ready-Made; nice line, all sizes;  I    IT 70YY* AQlfi clearing these out at  V^VeilUclLS 10 p.c. reduction  Special    Made-to-Measure  Overcoats;  large   range   of  samples to choose from.  Fit Guaranteed.  Fall and Winter Goods  10 p.c. reduction  all round  JT J___-i____-_JLj  SHOES  Enderby  ?  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������<  -���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������<  -���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  I


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