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Array fj --  Enderby, B.C., October 30, 1913  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol 6; No. 35; Whole No. 295  City Council Considers Building  By-law and the Telephone Matter  - A^pecial meeting of the City Council was held Tuesday evening, Acting  Mayor Worthington in the chair, and  Aldermen Blanchard, Teece and Grant  around the table, with the City. Clerk  The building    by-'aw . was the first  piece of business to<receive attention.  ��������������������������� Aid. Grant suggested the striking out  .of the proposed clause forbidding the  remodeling of stables -and barns into  -places  'for,r, human    habitation. - "Aldermen Teece' and Blanchard thought  '- the clause "should stand.     "-        -   .  - Aldi Teece proposed adding a clause  making it,  compulsory to give three  - "days' notice in ��������������������������� applying for a" building permit, i. e.  -making it necessary  ��������������������������� for the "person applying to wait three  day's."before" the permit is granted." ^ '  :"' .The by-law-was laid over one'week.  , ��������������������������� The. temporary loan" by-law passed  [_ its third reading_ and was "duly sealed  .' and. signed. "._.","_ - .'_*_. *_ __ i y -A.  -rTeriders'for -the-,office .of assessor  ,. .were "opened: "one - from Jas. Johnson,"  /tor $98, and' one .from "Nr H. Kenny  : .for $125.'~> The, matter ,was laid over,  - until next meeting of the Council. "-t  "-'���������������������������-."-     ��������������������������� y'.      ��������������������������� ��������������������������� "    '���������������������������'-...-'���������������������������  Acting  .Mayor    Worthington;    ras  ���������������������������chairman" of   the    finance .committee,  .stated that-he  did   not feel disposed  to sign   the   finance   sheet with the  " two "telephone items thereon." At" this  :  point    a~ lengthy' discussion   ensued  on the matter of -telephone rates ' and  --,the agreement, between   the city and  the   telephone "company.'      The tele-  ��������������������������� phone company's   bills Vere' rendered  ."for the sum of-$4", with-a   rebate._of  ,%1 creditedi ��������������������������� This, the Acting Mayor  - said,  was something. new,  and,.quite  . .out of   the    ordinary.       Oity   Clerk  ��������������������������� Rosoman" explained " that the ���������������������������. telephone bills had been so rendered since  the lst of August, and, that he had  carried out the instructions given by  the Council and   paid them so as to  r^geUthe-rebate.^^-The-matter-was-laid-  over until the next meeting for further consideration.  The matter of repairs to the .water  main at the bridge was discussed,  and the City Clerk was empowered to  order the necessary pipe, also fire  hydrants ordered to be placed on  Salmon Arm road by the Council  __somelweeks-ago."���������������������������-'���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������   Aid. Grant said he was pleased to  see they were getting nearer thc nead  of the waterworks.  A communication was read from  Mrs. Sewell asking for a crossing at  her hospital corner.   Granted.  Dill Bros, applied for permission to  erect three tie posts in front of their  place of business, thc same to be of  iron, set in the street at the edge of  the sidewalk.     Granted.  A communication from H. R. Wilson complained of the need of a sidewalk and street crossing at his place  on the Salmon Arm r.oad. The Clerk  was instructed to notify Mr. Wilson  that the sidewalk would be built if  he would place his fence on the  street property line.  The   following   accounts   were   ordered paid:  F. H. Barnes, purchase of lot  and    conveyancing    fees   for  Drill Hall site     $215.00  Okanagan Tel.    Co., bill $4.65  less rebate of $1.00        3.65  Ok. Tel. Co., bill for $4.50, less  $1.00 rebate  ............       3.50  Board School   Trustees    ......    320.00  the meeting of the City. Council last  Tuesday evening - by Acting-Mayor  Worthington, His Worship is laboring  under a misapprehension, in "connection with the .franchise given by .the  City of Enderby to the.Okanagan  Telephone Company. Mr. Worthington was a member of the Oity Council when the franchise was voted^by  the ratepayers, but he has_ evidently  forgotten the facts leading up to the  granting of the franchise by the city.  Mr. ^Worthington said that -there" had  been considerable discussion heard on  the question- of , franchise,. whereas  it was not a franchise" at all; simply  a .friendly .agreement which the city  entered into with the Okanagan Telephone Company." --', -    ..'"-  .'If, Mr. -Worthington will. look5 up  the minutes of' the. City Council;beL  tween- the dates of July- 4th-and- Sept  ;28tbf, 1908,: he'will. find.that his -mem:  _or'y is playing J him _ falsely./ , Th'_  fear-'was also' repeatedly ^expressed by  the Acting" Mayor1; as -to the legality  of "the agreement, and it" almost made  one .shiver _:to -Vthink "ot- the-direful  things that, might happen if "the";by:  law passed bythe people .of Enderby  were put to attest.. by the. Telephone  Company.    -'''���������������������������*   1    ' '"  On. July 4th,: 1908,'thVCity Council  received a letter from' Messrs. Billings .&. Cochrane,":Vernon, as "attorneys for the" telephone company, making application on behalf of the company for'the right' to "do business in  the.City of "Enderby.- "At;the same  time,- it.was stated" tb.at-.the Okanagan Telephone Company , was incorporated under a private act," and "that  it was not necessary * for 'the matter  to _be submitted   to   a.. vote of the  ratepayers. **  o  However,' the City Council adhered  to Sec. 64 of   the   Municipal Clauses  "Act, which says that the City Council has no power to enter into any  agreement or grant any franchise to  any company without the consent of  the people.  A deal of correspondence was exchanged on the subject, and the City  held the telephone company up in its  construction -work*__until_ it__w.as._pre-  pared to sign conditions of agreement suitable to the City. It was  not until Sept. 28th that the conditions agreed upon and duly signed by  the City and the telephone company,  were passed upon by the ratepayers.  On Sept. 28, 1908, by-law No. 49  was voted upon and passed by a vote  of 30 -to 0, which was a by-law to  authorize the Okanagan Telephone  Company to construct and operate a  telephone system in the City of Enderby. Included in this by-law was  the agreement between the City and  the telephone company, signed by  both parties thereto on the 12th of  September. Outside of "a few lines  of introduction, the agreement is the  by-law itself, which, after receiving  the assent of the ratepayers, became  as binding as any law on the statute  books.  " To endeavor at this time to make  it appear that the telephone company  has the right to walk over the terms  of the franchise agreement because it  is incorporated under a blanket charter covering the district of Yale, is  quite absurd.      The   private charter  sanctioned by.the municipality. In  fact, the charter says,, after reciting  the rights "and privileges given the  company, that "In municipalities the  breaking up and opening of streets  for the erection of poles or for carrying wires underground, shall be subject to the approval of the municipal  council of such municipality."  The conditions , embraced in the  franchise agreement between the City  and ��������������������������� the - telephone ��������������������������� company," "cover  points that are- not touched upon in  the company's blanket charter, points  which could-,only be covered by-the  municipality^' directly concerned.-^ The  matters of hours of-service and that  of, monthly rental charge to phone  users- are included in" the agreement  and must, of necessity, be complied  with" as faithfully .. as any other part  of the agreements ,- - - . '  ' That the. City Council is.fully-alive  to.-the fact tthat the telephone" company is "overriding, the .terms of, the  agreement is apparent from the official . minutes..of ; the' Council proceed-  in"gs."-On July,'28th'? ia letter, undated  ���������������������������we are - quoting"-", now from.' the ^official--minutes-'j>f _the" City- Council)���������������������������  ,'was ,"received'" from, ���������������������������the .Okanagan.  - elephone -- Co'mpahyit^stating; that  .fter .Aug. -:ist,'-1913, ;'the" - rental  harged by, them for the telephone in  the City.Hall would-be'$4 per "month."  Decided to notify"', the company \that  such chaiige.of rates if made^would  be a direct infringement-of,the agreement entered-into'on'Sept.��������������������������� 12, 1908,  between ��������������������������� them ,and ithe city, and 1 h������������������������������������������������������"'  it is impossible for,'.the - Council to  " anction such* infringement."       - /'  Again, on the night-of Aug. 22nd,  the" Council reiterated", its position.  Quoting from'"the minutes: , "Bills for  telephone rental received from the  Okanagan Telephone -Company, based  on-the revised rate of $4 per month"  instead of $3 -as heretofore. It was  moved by Aid. Worthington, seconded  by. Aid. Blanchard that payment be  offered_the _Okanagan ���������������������������Telephone -Co.  at the old rate, and no more.    Car-  Locals of Home Events of Interest  Near Home and Far Away  ENDERBY SHIPMENTS"  ta  *���������������������������������������������  n  fciTJ  b e  "D ������������������  5 ���������������������������**������������������  J5 ������������������  s a  o ���������������������������*������������������  ������������������e o  s o  is.  H  3*  o o  n o  ������������������,  Via  ~ES'  &i  <j J  o  Cl  ���������������������������J a  o  u  Janl  ���������������������������  IU  49  2  6  452  123  , 20  Oct 14  Oct 21  1  1  13  2  1  Oct 28  \'  ��������������������������� 1  *���������������������������  ' 20  '   2  21K-'  IK-  Va  ried unanimously."  Again, same date:  "Hours of telephone service: A  circular was received from -the Okanagan Telephone Company announcing a change in the hours of service.  Decided to notify the company that  they are breaking_ the,_ agreement  which exists between them and the  city with reference to hours."  Mrs. Christopher Reed will be At Home at the  Rectory on Tuesday afternoon, h'ov. 4th. 3 to 6.  ��������������������������� The Opera House has been given a  fancy finish by the painters.  The Okanagan Saw Mills cut some  eighteen million   feet of lumber, this  season.     ",".  -    .--"  Mayor Ruttan'-is'- expected- to return from - Fort Fraser .within the.  next few-days. '     -.".*'- -'���������������������������'  Capt.- Cameron enrolled' - 25 new-  members" in,jthe. Enderby-Poultry. Association the: past - week .v . '*.,://" ~  "Mr. Sam "Pike,'----president*;"of" the  Vancouver-Conservative"; Club,"visjted  Enderjby ~on ^Monday,. the guest,,bf - Mr.  N. 'Rigley ;Fisher. -iyiiA'- ";"- " '"''  "-Ed.-Harrop was,called to^the'eoast  on .Tuesday,i.'to. -thelc. bedside...x'of -his  mother,' who "lies' critically.*"ill at her  home in Victoria: ,'.,,     ". y:-- '���������������������������_ ;' ���������������������������_;���������������������������"  Chas. Oppertshauser'-, will, open ,his  hardware store for .business this week  with^all.the latest-novelties in shelf  and heavy������������������hardware.-' '-���������������������������--. -'--,.  ' A meeting of the ' Ladies Hospital  Auxiliary .will be-held at thefhome.of  Mrs."Jas." McMahon on Thursday,"  Nov. 6tb", at~3:30/p.m,., -_''" '   -  The" "general annual" meeting^ of the  Enderby "Horticultural;. Society wil'  be held at. the' City Hall to-morrow  (Friday) evening; at. 8" o'clock."     .'    -  Mr. and Mrsr Gelling left hurriedly  for the coast last Thursday, where  Mr. Gelling will go under the care oi  the best medical   expert in Victoria  AUCTION SALE OF STOCK  An important sale of dairy cows,  young stock, horses, pigs, crop and  farming implements, for Capt. G. B  Wallace, on the Enderby to Armstrong trunk road, four miles south  Irom Enderby, will be held on Tuesday, 4th November, at 10:30 afm.  sharp. Terms, sums up to $50, cash;  over $50, three months approved lien  notes bearing 6 per cent interest. For  full particulars see posters. Lunch  will be served. MAT. HASSEN,  Auctioneer, Armstrong, B.C.  INVITATION  can give the company no rights with-  Judglng from the remarks made at ia an Incorporated   municipality not  The members of the newly organized Adult Bible Class, which meets  in the basement of the Presbyterian  Church every Tuesday evening at 7.30  o'clock, extends a hearty invitation  to you to join them for one hour's  study. The topic for discussion next  Tuesday, Nov. 4th, will be. the  World's Temperance Lesson. Mrs.  Dow will preside. Everybody come.  You will be made welcome.  Mr. C. M. Woodworth,   of Vancou  pVer, Jvas^in^EnAerby^this J?eck,_.loo_ki  ing up evidence in the case of Cross-  man vs. Bell,   which   he is handling  for Mr. Bell.    -  Secretary Handcock tells us that it  is necessary to get half- a dozen more  names for the Winter Packing School  and he urges all contemplating joining to hustle their names in.  .The Fulton Hardware Company  la"st "week "finally "closed "the "dcafwitb  the liquidator of the Wm. Hutchison  estate, and took over the buildings,  and other property owned by Mr.  Hutchison.  F. W. Collins was the only Enderby  exhibitor of fruit at the Okanagan  Apple Show. Some of his boxes of  apples were selected by the Government for exhibition purposes in the  Old Country. -  A fine line of gift and.other books  were placed on the shelves at Reeves  Drug Store this week. A fine selection to choose from.  Have you a vote for Mayor and Aldermen? For tne convenience of  householders who wish to register  but are not able to attend in the day  time, the' City Hall will be open this  (Thursday) evening, from 6:30 till 9  o'clock. Don't fail to get on the  list.  A number of Enderbyites went  a'courting to Vernon this week. The  cases of Linton vs. Okanagan Saw  Mills, a civil action to recover damages claimed for timber alleged to  have been sawn; and the action of  Crossman vs. Bell, growing out of  the recent ^ bailiff's seizure, will come  up for hearing.  " Anniversary Services will be held in" St. An*  drtfW-'a Church on Sunday, Nov. 9th. On thi  Tuesday following: the ladiaa of the congregation  will serve a fowl supper. ,  , "All licence holders and house renters are entitled to vote at ,the forthcoming city election, provided they  will make application to be placed on  the voter's list before the expiration  of this month���������������������������October. . .There -is  but one.more day in-which,registration can be made. . '-. ���������������������������  .The past season, ' Manager Fulton,  of the Fulton ��������������������������� Hardware' Company has  built, up a very strong and extensive'  business, in his plumbing, steam:fitting and.heating departments, having-  captured-the great" bulk of this.busi-  ness'in and-around Salmon Arm;and.  district as well;as Enderby.""-   ,"���������������������������'.-:  /    -  -      . ������������������        , - y*- \       ���������������������������     a ���������������������������*'    *  ' All\friends, of the . Enderby^Orches-  tfa .who- arep intending" to, participate  in_the" 'masquerade '.ball to be'"given/  next-week,;: will ^fpleasd^bear^n^niind^  that, :6wing'ito-.-ihe/-'coming/oi. May...  Roberts ..on r\Vednesday4' 'evening, V the*  date -of. theVdarice"' has', been- changed '���������������������������  to ^Tuesday-night.-'^-Nov. ?4th A 'Mara?  and -Armstrong;/"friends . are. particu^i  larly' notified'.of "the- change.' - wy -v "A.  . Y f      - ... - r. - z *-.  Mrs.'H.'W. Harvey-received .the ap;f  pointment as postmistress Von  Satur- Z-  day, to succeed h"er-f late" husband- in  that ."capacity."'.    Miss;. Mowat, f-who '  has served so - faithfully' in the capa"-'-  city "of assistant,:"has~been retained,'.f  and .the work of." the'-'offlce is-being .  handled - most expeditiously, with gen-',  eral "satisfaction ; apparently prevailing "over Ithe "appointment.  -The Pollards    gave-two performan-.  ees in the   Opera-House;- on Friday"-  and Saturday   evenings;     They..were *  greeted by fair sized  - audiences . both  nights,    and _ gave" everybody- - their -  money's worth.     This aggregation of *���������������������������  clever artists   never   become stale in  their parts.      Each performance was  :- \ --'/rAt.  ry f -X** 7 "?,zr.  ryyj-zyy/A  - -y  -**. Zr  3'i,g'-������������������<!rvst\  f.r' .*r "i" ^ ^ v. ^ I  _~i-C-' z. y-j^^z-i) s  /f'A, -y'/At/," P  . r j ,".-Zi    * 1 *  *yzry  bubbling over- with fun, and-there  was an abundance of pretty music  and captivating dancing. ''The Mikado,", of course, was the favorite of  the performances.  MAY ROBERTS  COMING  The engagement of' May Roberts,  which- opens-on -Wednesday, -Nov- 5th,-  for two nights, at the Enderby Opera  House, is to be looked forward to as  tho past has demonstrated that when  this company ' comes this way, Enderby theatre-goers always have been  treated to downright good performances. This year it is claimed that  Miss Roberts is coming with a larger  and stronger company than ever before. The opening play is "The  Sweetest Girl in Dixie," and in it we  have a play of an American type,  and one that will doubtless be of  great interest to the audiences of  the West. Following this warmhearted play, a screaming comedy entitled "Baby Mine," will be given on  Thursday night.  T. WINDOVER ROBINSON, Mara,  has to dispose of his share in the  Johnson property, Hulcar. Anyone  interested would do well to "write  for particulars immediately.  IF the gentleman who took two bottles of beer from behind notice  board opposite Wingy's restaurant  on night Oct. 24th, between 10 and  12 midnight, will return same to  Hupel Hot Springs, he will be rewarded, it. J:zr. J  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, October 30, 1913 .';-  dues. He is a public servant who  knows the political preciousness of a  good name. > ������������������More power to his elbow, more success to his department.'  LAND  FOR  SETTLERS  o-f o-f<>^o4[_>H>K>>--o 4-of-of ofo  LOEVVE'S  B. B. B.      "  PETERSGM  Along- with cheaper  .Briers and Clays  In a pdliticar speech at Vancouver  some days ago -Mr. H. C. Brewster,  leader of   the   Liberal    party in the  'Province, made the statement that  the Government had sold all thc public lands to speculators, ancl if thc  settler    wanted   to    obtii.in    land  hc  j would have to pay tribute to the  speculator. Attorney-General Bowser took occasion to reply to this  statement at the Coast.city at a  meeting "held there last Friday evening.  "There is no truth in the statement," said he. "The Government  is in a better position than ever to  look after settlers. At the present  time there are 1,500,000 acres of surveyed land held exclusively for settlers. This land has been surveyed  at the expense oi the Government and  may be had by the bona fide settler  for the small lee ul ?2 for ICO acres.  He has to do -certain improvement  work and later pay $10 for a crown  grant. The cost of survey is .thrown  in.  "There is no politics in the Land  Department. If you are a Liberal  you can obtain land just as easily as  a Conservative. As to the Government land sales thc Liberals say that  ^ imost of the land is sold to speculat-  ENDERBY' PRhS3!tors- The'wild lancl tax of 4 per   'cent    operates    against    holding  the  Published  erory  Thursday at:  Eudert".'. B.C. nt'land . for  a    long     period.       I  am   not  ! justifying   the   speculator, but many  $2 pf.r year, by the Walker PrehS.  Advertising: Rate=;   Transient, 50c an inch tirst ! 0f   them    have     brought     in *   settlers  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.   Con-i _-.-.--     ai,q     l^wlnr Tn   1QCI7  tract advertising SI an inoh per month. J from   across     the     bolder. InlJUf  Legal Notices:   I2t a line first insertion; Sc a line   there     were     three     classes   of   public  each subsequent insertion  Reading* N*ti������������������es and Locals: 15c a line  OCTOBER 30, 1913  A. REEVES  Druggist &-Stationer  Cliff St. - Enderby  Campers and  Pleasure Parties  I am inaugurating a regular service-for the summer months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sun-  _dav  morning,    or   as    otherwise r*a-  quired, from Cottonwood Point to  the Mill Warehouse, furnishine my  gasoline launch or row boats aa may  be desired, by the trip, hour, day,  week or month, to all the fishing  places on the lake and the camping  grounds. Prices reasonable for good  service.     Address���������������������������  _ ���������������������������. _ F.. D. ABBOTT   Cottonwood Point.  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want ��������������������������� to  buy land,-see me.  My new : booklet descriptive of tho Mara District ia.now'out.   GET   ONE.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C.  SERVING THE PUBLIC WELL  lands which was sold for $5, $2.50  and $1 an arre. When we found the  demand for land increased we wiped  out the third class. Later we came  to the conclusion that we were still  selling the "land too cheaply and we  raised the prices to ?10 and $5 an  Hon. Martin Burrell, Minister of! acre. , The Liberals said then-that  Agriculture, is being widely common- this was unfair to the speculator.  dec! throughout    Canada    for his ag-  *What have -we done with the land  gressive agricultural policy. The not surveyed? we have'103,000,000 acre  "Canadian," a non-partisan weekly Reserved, for the pre-emptor and the  published in Toronto,'has the follow-!bona fide, settler, almost half tho en-  ing eulogy of the work.of Mr. Burrell.tiro of the Province. Included is the  which is but typical'of the commen-jvast fertile stretch of land in the  dation he is receiving "from all sides:'Peace River District. This will, in  "Thc Englishman  who" is Dominion time,  be surveyed    and thrown  open  Minister of Agrirulture, has made a  speech at a country fair that ought  to be endorsed by every newspaper  and ��������������������������� publicist in Canada. Mr. Burrell  said that the ten million dollars that  has been voted for the aid of agriculture in tho provinces, will be spent  without reference to politics. The  apportionment has been made according to population, and before the  money was voted, Mr. C. C. James,  former Deputy Minister of Agriculture for Ontario, laid out a scheme  in conjunction with each province, so  that thc money will be spent where  tho best results will be secured.  high intellectual culture. Pie is governed by the best traditions of public service. He is of course, a thorough Canadian, which makes it thc  more gratifying for thoso who rejoice  to call him nn Eng.ishman, to render  him the warmest tribute or respect  for the administration of his depart-  mont.  "If the agricultural grant shall bc  alloted according to the population  of thc provinces, why should not thc  grant for good roads bc similarly  treated. The partisan enemies of  the government say it is because thc  funds arc intended to be used where  th ry will bc of thc most electoral  advantage, and that that is why thc  Senate refused to pass thc bill.  "Tt might bc argued by a captious  purist, that the agricultural grant  was devised to benefit thc government, and that it is, therefore, as  shrewdly partisan as though thc  manner of its distribution were  nakedly political. But such a counsel is a counsel of fooiish and impossible perfection. There is no reason why rectitude should put a premium on obtuseness..  "To the pure all things need not  be stupid. One of thc things that thc  so-called clever politician docs not  know is that thc best service of the  public is the best service of the party  "Mr. Burrell is too wise a man to  set out to wreck his party. Hc is  too sincere a Canadian to be willing  to despoil the country of its rightful  to the settler."  Teacher (endeavoring to inoculate  some reasoning power into the minds  of her pupils)���������������������������The paper says, "In  his hands was the king of clubs."  Now, can any . one inform me' what  vocation the man followed?  Bright Pupil���������������������������He was a pinch-hitter  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them.     Our cattle arc grain-fed  i^IrJunrelLJs^a^killed^fannt^  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  OVER 60 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Don't waste coal,  time and temper trying  to get that stove right. Let us  repair it for you. Our charges  are reasonable and you will find  this the cheapest and mott satisfactory way in  tha end. Send or phone for us today. Phone 31  ust 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, Cliff St., Enderby  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotelg in the country. Although  Paddy._is_an Irishman from .Michigan, hei callsi his  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."  (Extract, from Lawet'y'B Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel,  p. h. murphy   Enderbv  Proprietor i-iIIUCk Uy  r  .1  Trade Marki  Designs  Copyrights Ac  Anyono sending a sketch anddosor.lntlon may  qrtc-Kly ascertain our opinion frea whc������������������i>������������������' ������������������">  liirentlon Is probn  ascertnln our opinion frea whether an  ,.,,������������������....on It probnbly PMoiitabl* Communlea.  UotiBBtrlotly oomuientUl. HANDBOOK on Patwta  sc'nt froo. OldestIcency foreocuTiuirtatenta.  Pateuta taken ttirouoli Muun A Co.  special notice, without chorea, lntna  , recalye  Scientific Bnerican.  A h.vidsorael. Illustrated TreekJy. iArjrert alr-  SriSlon of any neicntlflc Journal. Tonni tor  Canada, $3.75 ii! year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealer*.  EflUKN & GQ.36,B?oadway- Kew York  Branch Ofllco. G25 F St., Washington,P.O.  NOTICE  To whom it may concern: * I will  not be. responsible-for any debts contracted by my son, Arnold.  J. E. BOGERT-.  Enderby, B. 0., Oct. 16, 1913.  <-*H*'?***-'Mx'M***'*M'<^^  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and- Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  $>M*Sx$'-'<Sx^>^  Norman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and all factory work. Rubber old  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS OUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. O. SMITH CO.,'  of Vernon  Russell Street Enderby.  -\  -51  ���������������������������I  A.d /  %  i  \  Thursday, October 30, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  :/  THE DREADNOUGHT ERA  Eight years ago Britain- laid down  the keel-plate of her first modern all-  big-gun battleship, and gave her the  proud name of   "Dreadnought."     At  the same time she started a race in  naval    armaments    greater than the  world had    ever   known before.     In  that year Britain was the only power  constructing this new type of fighting  ship, but today the large nations are  building in    half-dozens    and dozens,  and even the comparatively poor and  feeble little   states   have caught the  infectious  disease,    and  are ordering  their    "Dreadnoughts.'"       From   the  ������������������1,750,000 that   Britain,    as the only  power building, was spending in 1905,  at this year's   end   there will be approximately 150 ships of the big-gun  type, built or bu lding~, and the various naval powers'  of the world will  have spent���������������������������during a period of eight  years���������������������������in -this   class   of vessel alone,  something like.������������������370,000,000.   Equally  as noteworthy   as    the    increase   in  numbers'is    the    advance in fighting  power and battle value.     Today our  latest   ships   in   commission" have a  broadside fire   over double that possessed    by   the   "Dreadnought," and  several vessels at present under construction are 600 feet long, compared  with the 490 feet of the original ship  of this type.���������������������������London Sphere.  BRITISH COLUMBIA'S GENIAL PREMIER  CHANGE JN .TIME TABLE  The winter time-table went into effect over the Okanagan branch line  on Sunday." The morning train now  arrives at 11:29 and the evening train  at 4:44./'The time at Grindrod is  now 11:15 a.^m. and 4:59 p. m.,\nd  at Mara, ll:0ra. m. and 5:15 p. m.'  When down town, and the weather  is damp and chilly,-, step into the  Enderby Bakery tea, room and have  one of those cups" of delicious" tea. "It"  will make _you "forgefTall about'the  weather.",    ���������������������������    "   '' ' y       'J  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.  ENDERBY, MUSIC   STORE  Agent alio for Church and Parlor Organs  Also Fire and Life Insurance J  Office in BELL brick block     /  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS  J. E. CRANE,  Enderby Aff������������������nt .  :    . "  PROFESSIONAL  fi   Li WILLIAMS A'j  -'     Dominion'and  Provincial Lan  Enderby, B.C.  - ---..     Dominion'and   **��������������������������� /���������������������������  Provincial Land Surveyor  .  Bell Block  D  R. H. W. KEITH;  Office houra:   Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  -   Afternoon, 3 to 4  - .  Evening:. 6:30 to 7:30���������������������������   ,  - Sunday, by appointment   '  Oflice: Cor. Cliff and George Sta. ENDERBY  The Montreal Daily ; Witness (Inde:  dependent), ' dealing:, editorially with'  the .return of Sir Richard, McBride  from his trip abroad' speaks in en:  thusiastic terms, of. the British Columbia premier."   Says the'Mail: .   "  "Sir Richard .McBride, K.C.M.G.;  is again in Canada , diffusing _ optimistic - viewsi of������������������ . Anglo-Canadian relations'," and especially "regarding his  own .province's" rapid 7 progress"'arid  glowing"; prospects., ' ;- His " frequent  trans-atlantic trips have .borne much  frui������������������'rin ^inducing British1 capital1 to  seek investment ' in the almost. phe  nomenal natural resources of the pfo-  vince.     The   prime, minister of Bri  tish - Columbia has effectually convinced the English * investors .that his  government's .'measures combine progress and -safety   and    afford "ample  i   .-. v       .  ���������������������������     ���������������������������    . ' -   ��������������������������� -*  revenues for    a   progressive program  without forestalling rthe~ yield from  the province's assets' of the future.  There is no more-popular-visitor, to  London-than the = genial Sir Richard.  i If'^the East-does not" know, him'inti-  mately it,at least acknowledges as a  successful political"- leader rwhoA has  kept his''pfovince in the very-.van of  Canadian progress,** and rwhose *;political prestige, is"-today not exceeded by  any man in the public life of the, Do:  minion."���������������������������/." '.   " .  - ".-.        ���������������������������- . ���������������������������   ���������������������������   .  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  .   ^. ,-.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  tleffular meetings flrat  Thursday on or'af^er the  full moon at 8 p. m. m Oddfellows Hall. Vi"������������������itftig  brethren cordially invited.  H. E. BLANCHARD  .   W. M._   WALTER ROBINSON    _Secretary_  I.O.O.F.  <&*zs&&^yn  n&zr ^Ofc-_/  Eureka Lodge,'No. 60  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. 0-  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always   welcome. GEO. BELLAMY,   N. C.  - HOWARD LOGAN. V. G.  R. E. WHEELER. Sec'y.  J. B. GAYLORD, Trees.  ENDERBY   LODGE   No. 35, Ki 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  OKANAGAN   POULTRY SHOW.  A big. premium" list, "with special  prizes and eight silver cups, \will be  awarded to "the winners at the Poultry-Show to be held in'Vernon, November 26, 27 and'28, says the Vernon  News. The_ prize -list, is now. being  printed, and may be.-obtained from  P. W. Welch, of Okanagan Landing,  secretary-treasurer of the Okanagan  Valley Poultry. Association. -  The Vernon Curling -Rink has,, been  engaged as the most suitable building  for the show; where there is ample  accommodation arid good:ventilation?  Coops will be .furnished-for more than  1000 birds. Two- judges will be engaged, in order "that the 'judging'may  be-finished ~in ."'one- day.-"The committee in charge ,of' arrangements is  determined to make ^the exhibition  this year the "biggest and best ever  held in-the Okanagan Valley.  ���������������������������  -   x   XK\ ,.   .   7 ENDERBY, B. C. ���������������������������  Xi  V V ' Fiirnif nivi  ESTIMATES  CHEERFULLY  '.FURNISHED  ENDERBY, B. C.  '  ,  Furniture  and Household Goods  V*  Carpets, Linoleums and Wicker, Goods.    ]      ���������������������������' /     .   A-\77yr :  ,\-    , picture Framing and Upholstering, i 5    r    _:;"<?  ���������������������������"'" -j-  :;    'Tzv Undertaking and Emtialmmg'  ^y-Ai  Ar     "'I       <���������������������������       S.*>,*rW|  . y-    it **-3-  .-Hfj^i  ���������������������������  >   -L   V-* L-itTv-t  ,_������������������(*���������������������������  m'   J'i  *"iySP'-: -i-siA'-J z&Sp^CziZx  -��������������������������� ������������������-  ������������������ r i__   ^       ���������������������������"-*���������������������������!  ���������������������������w^"7i3  ������������������'   f      .-i r .   j .    ' -*    .r*i  -?     V _. i -  vz,  ���������������������������- A-yy- y.  ' y/-  y/  m uijiuwunw  Maintain^  Sack, contains flour that_ will;act likeithe'"last sackrand V  always give you GOOD results in. BREAD. baking.; ,We ".  exercise no end Vf CARE, in CLEANING, aiid WASHING '-  wheat, and also in milling our Moffet's Best Flour. "This  air mean 8 success to the baker.    _~    7,   ?'-'."';";,-'  ; YOUR   GROCER   SELLS   if V;  i"  ��������������������������� - **    ,    '.       .     -      7 i - ���������������������������  If  he   does not,   call   up  our   office,    'Phone   41."  ���������������������������3-    ,f$J~  Ay/yr^z^4  fu~' y%> *T~i Capias* i  i^l-y^X/ .$?  -i'c      , !_!. .j Jr A-tL  ,--- ***-"-*"-i.*v,v;H.f I  J: J'y/z XIM  .p. -, _ i"^^-. "^j-fi  * '-<J. y'hi}-}  , _':������������������*", - .'li?,  Z .y ''.a.ii*i  ���������������������������. *  - iy I  ������������������  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited.  POLITICAL  ENDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, H. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  SHUSWAP ft OKANAGAN BRANCH  McClaiyS  Kootenay  Range  JAMES   MOWAT  Kootenay Ranges are sold  everywhere  _by good dca-_  lers who back  up our guarantee on this  splendid  r a n ������������������ e���������������������������  McCkph  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE    ������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������'--7-  Fruit Land Hay Lend  Town Lett  Thc Liverpool & London A Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. ot London.  Lsndon-Laneashire Fire Insurant;* Co.  Royal InsuranceCo.,of Liverpool (Lifedept  The London & Lancashire Guarantee; ^  Accident Co.7 of Canada; "  BELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY  Daily trains both  ways from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South  bound  read down  10:30  (Lv)  11:01  STATIONS  Jet  11:13  11:29  11:55  12:03  12:12  12:40  13:80 (Ar)  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  North  bound  read up  (Ar) 18:00  17:15  16:59  16:44  16:15  16:07  15:55  15:30  (Lv) 15:15  JNO.BURNHAM  Agent s  Enderby  Juicy routs retain  their natural flavor-  puddings, bread and  caktsare always light  and sweet whe,n  coated er baked in  Kootenay steel range.  The reason is that a  scientific system of  oven ventilation has  been perfected. You  should know all  about this and numerous other exclusive  features before selecting your range.  2)  (?&>>      <j������������������fc)  NOT OVER YET  London,      Toronto,      Montreal.     Winmftf.  Vancouver,     St. John,     Hamilton.  Calpry, Satkatoon,   Edmonton.  Sold in Enderby by FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Many people believe that because of  the good crop Canada has been saved  from all financial trouble. They are  wrong. The enormous crop postponed some of the trouble, it did not  save Canada. A1 country where the  cost of living has gone up more than  in any other country in thc world  cannot be saved by good crops. It  can only be saved by its people discovering that they are indolent and  extravagant.       The     discovery   will  come to many during January and  February of 1914, when employment  will be scarcer than usual and when  many ueople will be forced to draw  on their reserves. Skyscrapers, watered stock and high prices for labor  'and food are not evidences of prosperity only; they show prosperity  combined with extravagance.���������������������������Canadian Courier.  P. Pyman is giving purchasing  ticket* on a handsome set of Llmoge  china.  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Tbe nsst accurate. relUMc am* mmly Market letort an4 Price IM  ���������������������������4 RsklH published  uZ\)t ftbubert &fjipper"  Mailed Absolutely Pr* te Par Shippers-Serf "Shabert"  yoar matmt oa a postal today  You want this valuable publication���������������������������it ia worth hundreds of  dollars |o you, issued at every change of the Fur Market,  giving you an accurate and reliable report of what is doing in  all the Markets of the World in American Raw Furs.  Writ* foe it���������������������������now���������������������������It's free   AD     CDITDCDT     In*     ,s"17 WOT AUSTIN AVENUE  .   P.   MHJpfcKT.,   IDC,   DEM. 532 CHICAGO. P. S. A. THE    PRESS,    ENDERBY;   BRITISH    COLUMBIA  Welcomed to the Bosom of the  Family.  .  kind of nn old chap to tie xo. fitid t  hop*.you'll do your best to make things  pleasant for him "  Mrs   Bowppr puzzled over the matter  for n couple of minutes nnd then said:  "Mr.  Bowser, don't, lie touchy about  Hie matter, hut It seems ndangerous  Uilnc to do to take n stranger into the    i house.     1-1 ow  much  did  you  question  rALE OF RETIRING IKE HARRIS j "'"rhPre you par was replied,   -i  __  j wonder If ihere  Is n   person  on ������������������������������������nrlt*������������������  I tod  are  nor  suspicions of?    If   Uncle  As a  Long  Lost  Relative on  His Moth- | .^  ^^  ^  my  mi<i|e wou|(,  n_  ������������������������������������������������������_,  ������������������,r-s Sido the Stranger Does Not Score j ^^ hp(.o )f) fhp hm]}l,,r  a  Conspic-.ious   Success,  but  In  Othor  Respects���������������������������  By M. QUAD.  [Copyright.   1912,   hy   Associated   Literary  l'l-L'SS.J  ^B^IJAT Mr. Bowser haf! new? ot  sen >i; kind to c'ninnmtiicate  when be reached home the  other evening wns pliiln to lie  "fad in his (nee. and Kfter in; lind got  seated nt the dinner table tie ssiid:  "One  of   Ihe  strangest   things   ihat  ever happened to me oceuried today."  "I   hope   yon   didn't   hny   a   cmci:en  farm." replied .Mrs. Bowser.  "1 was taking iny noonday lunch  "^hen h man came In that I knew'and  called me hy name. 1 noticed an old-  '-sh  man sitting near by  prick  up his  CLEON AND I.  A  "ll doesn't seem so und yet"���������������������������     .���������������������������'���������������������������"  "I'll net my lire against a nickel he's  my uncle rijrht enough.    You see that I  the spare   heil   Is   ready   for  him.  and |  yon   niiiilii  tiros  up a   irille.     I   wain ���������������������������  him to m;l' lhat 1 selected a dandy lor  a wife."  An Unpromising Exterior.  At i) o'clock the doorbell ran jr. nnd  Uncle Ike was admilted and guided  back to the silting room. From what  Mr. Bowser had said Mrs. Bowser waa  prepared io see an Uncle Kube. and  her surprise was great when she noticed what a foxy lace the uncle carried. Men of Unit look work Uie shell  game at fairs and circuses. She had  seen niciiiies of all sons of bad men in  C.L.KON hath four limousines:   v,  Ne'er a one liave 1.  Cleon tares to foreign scenes}  1-lere at home stay 1.  Cleon lives where servants hurry  And.thft walls are high.  Cleon oft has cause to worry.  So. alas, have 1!  Twenty suits of clothes has be;  Only one have 1.  He makes money easily;  By hard working L  In his glass the old wine bubble*  Cleon likes lt "dry."  Cleon frequently has troubles..  Ah. well, eo do 11  Cleon Is a millionaire;  ���������������������������   I work, wet or dry.  Cleon's losing all his hair;  Little hair have 1.  Cleon oft has indigestion.  So. indeed, have 1.  "'What's the dlflerence?" you question.  This Is iny reply:  'Cleon'B daughter has eloped, ***���������������������������  And his son Hies high.  JJopes that Cleon fondly hoped  1-Jsvo been doomed to die.  Cleon sits alone ut night. ���������������������������  ln his breast a siRb;  ily Icids stay at home and tight-  Six of tbem have 1,  ���������������������������Chicago Record-Herald.  FIRST AMERICAN tLAtf.  8omt>     Hitherto     Unwritten     History  From Hull  House..  'ERR   ia   a   Btory   that   has   come  through    from    Chicago's    Hul  SORCERY \H FRANCE.'  Revival of the  "Black Arts"  of Long  Ago, When Witches  Flourished.  An-extraordinary story "-comes from  Calais.      Wlvle . a   sergeant   was   on  House.    Miss Addama suggested   guard  bofw-*  the postern gate of tho  to the children of pLIull Bouse that the.   old   citadel   two  black-veiled    women  .elided slowly iuio view, and one of  ihe visilois s.*t retched herself out on  the damn grass 'wil-h arms extended  in the lorin of a er������������������s������������������. The other  with a sniall sonde bewail hastily to  dig a hole in  the ground.    In  it sho  write a  play   without the aid  of  tin  grownups.    She   gave   them   stigges  lions a.s to the necessity lor a climax a'  the close of each act���������������������������a climax whJcl  would carry ou the interest.   They de  cided to write a play about "The Firsi   j,^00(]   ���������������������������  piu.]{cl   wninn.-d    in    white  American Flag."   The tirst act curtail   jinrn,  covered   it   as  quickly   as  pos-  weut down ou a group scene showing   Bible,   and   with   her  companion   dis-  George Washington surrounded by hh   appeared    as   silcnt.ly    as   thvy   had  generals.  '.yrs and look at me. and two or lliree ! th������������������  newspapers,  and  she  wasn't over  *"mes before 1 went; out he seemed  ".hout to speak to mo."  "Yes?"  "1 had hpen br.ck at the office about  half au hour when he came in."  "And wanted to borrow So," added  Lirs. Bowser.  Mrs. B. Is Sarcastic.  "Woman,  il" you  are gum:: fo begin  your   sarcasm    I   shan't   sav   another  word.    Why do you suppose he wanted  to  borrow :?.Y.'    What right  have you  to suppose any such blasted thing'.'"  "Oh. 1 just happened to think so."  "Well, don't just happen again.    It's  Bn insult on me.    The man begged my  pardon and wanted to know if be had  j a  minute in making up her mind that  I  Mr.   Bowser   had   been   played   for  au  | easy mark.   She tried to be interesting,  I but it was the hardest; kind of work.  Uncle Ike iried hard to feel at home.  but it was evident that he would have  been easier in  his mind if alone with  Mr.  Bowser.    After a   little time bad  passed Mrs. Bowser asked:  "Then   you   are   u   brother  of   ������������������-Jan-'  nah's V"  "Yes." was the reply.  Mr. Bowser's molher was not nampd  Hannah,   but   Mary.     Uncle   Ike   bad  told lie Xo   1.  "Were there any other brothers?"  "Two others���������������������������Sam and Bill."  Some New Family History.  Phe knew, aud so did Mr.  Bowser,  .that there was onlv one brother.    Lie  Tragedy of the Stage.  An elderly actor said in despair to a  theatrical agent one day:  "Is there nothing you can do fcr me?  I've hung around your office, out of  work, for eight months now."  The 'agent as he polished his dia:  inond ring with his red silk handkerchief answered thoughtfully:  "Look here! Bring yourself up to  date. The turkey trot; is all the go.  Vou train some animal or bird to do  (be turkey trot with you. and I'll get  you on one of the circuits at a three  figure salary."  The old' nCtor thanked tbe agent  gratefully. He bought anostrieh from  a retired circus mau, and after a lot  of hard work he taught the bird* to  turkey trot: witb him splendidly. Then  he reported himself to tbe agent again.  But the ageut. for all hi.s promises,  had nothing to offer. The poor fellow  turned up every day for awhile, then  every of her'day, then every third day,  but there  was nothing doing,  and at  "Gee!" snld General George Wash  lnglon to his chiefs of staff, "ain't il  fierce that we ain't got no flag?"  "Ves. George: it is fierce," they mur  mnr sympathetically.  come. Under the idea that ho had  witnessed tbe closing scene.-' ��������������������������� of an  infanticide, the sergeant notified the  authorities, and the package was disinterred and taken to the police headquarters. At the same-time a doctor  was summoned- who at once began to  The curtain of the second act drop? ounwrap Ihe parcel,  over a tableau in the camp at Vallej      What was the ������������������stonis!ni������������������nt of tho  Forge.   General George Washington is   investigators finally   to  discover,   nr*t  discovered   leaning   on   his   sword   ir  front of his tent,  while a chill   wind  shakes its canvas.   Tlie faithful generals   are  also- there,   leaning  ou   thei!  swords.  "Gee!"    said    General    Washington  the remains of   a  child,  but  merely  a  pig's  heart.    And.  in  what  a  con  dition!    It was pierced  through  and  through   in   every   direction   v/iih   no  fewer  than  ll'd pins,   and*   was   also  traversed by a dagger.  Jn   fact  the  authorities  were  faced  "This Js fierce.    We ain't got uo fla_   with a case of "envoutement," one of  yet."  "That's right. George." his aids re  sponded. "lt sure is fierce that we  ain't got no flag."  The third act curtain upon "rising dis  closes a domestic sceue. Genera1  George Washington, sword at side, if  the favorite; forms of sorcery in- the  Middle Ages, which borrowed it from  antiquity. It was'then practiced very  generally, together with lho "black  mass," thc. "repine sacrament/'  human sacrifice and other superstitious relics of barbarism.  The method was ndo.itrd as follows:  sealed in a rocking chair in the home g0]ne 3inirs or articles -uf clothing of  of Betsy Hoss. Betsy is rocking to anc the person to be bewitched wer��������������������������� pro-  fro ou the other side of the stage. ������������������   cured,  and  an  animal was chosen to  .No. 2 had beeu told.  "What has become of Mr. Bowser's   hist a week  went by without his ap  mother's sisters?    There were two, 1    pearance at"the agent's office.-       - -  believe."  "Ves���������������������������Sarah   and .Ruth,  dead."  The mother had no sisters.  baby iu ber arms.  "Gee. , ifrs. Hoss." said General  George Washington.-, "ain't -It. tierce:  We ain't got no flag!"  "That's right," said Betsy Ross soft  ly. "It Is fierce." Then, rising and  crossing the stage toward' General  Washington, she adds: .' f  "I'll tell you. George.. I'll make n flas  represent this person, and was named  after him. The creature was first  placed in contact with the victim'.s'  belongings, and then slain with a  magic dagger.  lis heart wns taken out and wrap-  pod, if possible,- in the person's  clothes, and during three days pins  ami nails were driven through U--to  an    Hccomminimcnt   of    curses    nnd  Times-Star.  ���������������������������Then the agent sent for him and  Both   are   said: '"* .  "Well, I've fixed you up at last/ I've  That was ;,booked "you-''for  that   turn   of   yours  if  you'll   hold   the   baby.."���������������������������Cincinnati   maledictions.    Jt  was   be'.iev-jd    that  all the. tortures inflicted-on the dead  ' animal's heart would be endured by  ( tho living individual.  : ' A much more common way, how-  ! ever, was to' mould a wax imago of  I the "person to be bewitched, and to  ��������������������������� dress it.-in, the" clothes he ..or'she  usumllv   wore.    The   waxen  doll   was  lie N"o. Ij. and.Mr. Bowser .looked at  bis Uncle Ike in astonishment. **  "I suppose you remember 'he old red  farmhouse as vividly as lif you had  seen.it yesterday." -      -   ��������������������������� . ���������������������������  "Indeed I do."  Tbe old red'farmhouse wasn't red at  all, but white. The liar was getting  along swimmingly. Mr. Bowser didn't  exactly think he was lying, bnt laid it  to loss of memory Instead. Five or six  limes, he gave Mrs. Bowser the wink  to   stop   tbe   cross   examination,   and  at"��������������������������� Rut the old actor Interrupted  sadly: " . /  "It's too late now," he said.  "Too late?- How is it too late?" said  the agent,' frowning.  "I've had to ear my partner!" muttered (he old acti r.���������������������������St. Louis Globo-  Democrat.  A  Substitute   For "Mother  Gooso."  Hbv.'   dear   to   the   heart   are   the  limes of our childhood!   And yet how  j many  mothers ever- thought that the - j^g,, c"nrSed aifd tortured in tiie hope  ! rimes of great poets might be substi- ' .hat the person would stiff or th'e Same,  i tilted-for .those of "Mother, Goose" to  ; just,a.s good effect, as far as amuse-  ' ment goes, and to far better "advantage  with   regard' to   the   training -of   fhe  mind?        -    -   -'--��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������''���������������������������*��������������������������� ;_������������������������������������������������������> ���������������������������'-"*";���������������������������*-.. >  After ail, it is ouly the' rhythm tbat  ^���������������������������I-^���������������������������^���������������������������^���������������������������H���������������������������-!-I������������������������������������������������������i"!":-^���������������������������!"^v;I"^���������������������������!"^���������������������������:"i���������������������������'^���������������������������H-^^  - ' ��������������������������� --r-  THE    HORSEMAN.  <?>-->3><������������������<$-@**$^^  <rt .      . ��������������������������� <������������������  ������������������*> Vicarious Givars. <r  x      There are soma philanthropists |  <|   who spend altogether too much ������������������  "iNTHODOCIifD   Hl.MSEr.iF AH  IKIJ   UAJMIIS."  understood my .name���������������������������Bowser���������������������������aright  1 answered lhat he had. and then he  ���������������������������introduced himself as ike Harris."  "A dealer iu city lots at the north  pole?"  "By thunder, woman, but yon provoke me until 1 feel like boxing yonr  c-ars!    Are yon trying to make uie out  -g-fn/il V"        when she persis.ed be said she might   ������������������   ,Jme   ,mlucl       other  be excused for a  time.    She  left fhe   2   subs(Ti,Je._l>n_i_.  " "   '   "   *   "*" -'     'ke  was a   <$>  to  room satisfied that Uncle If  fraud, but whaT: he was after further  than to borrow money she eon Id not  make out. While she wrestled wilh  the problem the uucle was saying to  Mr. Bowser:  "Nice wife you have."  "Thanks."  "Good looking nnd keen.'-"  "Ves."  "But she don't like me."  --"()h..itfs-iii.si-hei-sliy-way Sho-diin'-t-  attracts .the infant attention at lirst.  The sense of the words come after  much repetition. It is the rhythm of  the "Mother Goose"-jingles that endears them to the juvenile heart.  Substitute,' then, for "Jack and Jill"  and "Old Mother Hubbard" something  with the same fascinating rhythm and  with a little story besides. The little  listener will enjoy it with attention  quite as rapt as that he bestows ou  the above mentioned nursery titles.  ' Take, for. instance, such poems as  Longfellow's "The Wreck of the Hes.-  perus" and "The Village Blacksmith.''  There never "vrns a child who has uot-  During the last ten years with ���������������������������������������������  fhe growth, iu lhe use of the automobile the price" of horses has  - increased 70 per cent.       "       ' -*-  . Nothing   will   use  a 'horse "up ������������������  more   quickly   than " to   be   fed .|.  right along oh musty hay.  Grain X  ol* any kind lhat is'-partly moldy ���������������������������!���������������������������  will have the same effect. T  L:  What Wearied  Him.  Finding one of ber pupils in peculiar  I dislress over Ills lesson, a teacher in a  primary school inquired as to'the trou- j loved these beautiful poems. - Substi-  ble.   Tiie boy stated this arduous prob- ! tute such poems as these for "Little  lem: . jaci_ Horner" and "Jack Spratt." and  "If Richard has three red apples and \ the latter will never be missed.  John  has four, how many have they '    lt is really very easy to instill in a  '. take long for an ignorant shoer X'  * to ruin the best foot. . -.-'"  Don't let a bungler shoe your ������������������,'  horses.     Go   to   tho   intelligent ���������������������������{*  h> slioer. who  knows   how  if  you .t.  j*  have to drive ten miles or more, j*  X     A.   stumbling   habit   may    be' ������������������.:  X caused by poor-shoeing or ft may *������������������*  |   be .caused by ignorant or care- .j.  X less bitching.    Too.tight check- T  >!���������������������������  ing is often   tbe cause     Some- -!<���������������������������  limes a   harsh   bit  with a  tigbt  T  both together?"  "No, of course not, but the name flee  nas a suspicious sound lo me. What  did he want?"  "He simply wanted me to know that  be was my tinein."  "Mr. Bowser, ynn don't mean ii!"  "That's just what I do mean, and you  bave been liKiiltiug him."  "Vour fJncle Ike. eh? I never heard  5011 spirit? ol hi 'it before'' __  A Long  Lost  Btlativo.  "No? Weil. I'm not a iniin that goes  iron  ml  reus  Til''!  U.OI!  Hllv.  "A  take to straHirers at lirst. In two or  three days you'll be visiting like old  friends."  Uncle  Iko  Retires.  Uncle Ike observed that be had had  a long day of il and w:m tired out and  was presently shown up to his room.  When the Bowsers wsi pa lone she said:  "Look out for your Uncle Ike!"  "What, do ,\ou iin'Jiit?"  "He'll be trying tu borrow money ln  ' the morning."  "Ia ihat so very hard?" she asked.  "Yes, ma'am."  "But surely." the teacher continued,  "you know already than three and four  make seven. There cau be no trouble  about that."  "I know that, ma'am," was the pa-  rhelic response. "Bnt lhe process! It's  the procpss That wears-me out-"���������������������������Llp-  pJncolt's.  child's   mind   the   love   of   beautiful  lyrics, and every mother should make  tbe attempt at least. Surely none of  the "Mother Goose" rimes have the  swing and the simplicity of "The Village Blacksmith,"' and if a child will  fake naturally to classics such as these  they are far preferable to the uursery  rimes of our childhood.  ���������������������������j* check rein  will destroy the bal-  -\  I-lance.-and.._tlie_horse_.is_Ha_b'Le_to__2*:!  fall.  J..  Pockets at Last!  Popular Atnu'scmorit.  "~"A"dclighifur way "to "auiuse"children,  and  incidentally  their  parents,  is  by  A  blockish built mare wilh a .������������������.  large barrel on short legs is like- -|������������������  ly to produce a better foal than *C  1be tall, leggy kind. ���������������������������*  H-J-M-H-I-+'l-I-l-W������������������-l-!-:-K������������������H-W-l-H������������������  Needle Pomts.  When sewing a hem on heavy linen  keep a  ulass of   warm  water at hand  mftf frei-'ffeiitly "dip" die lingers T11T0 "it".""  l'his will cause the stiffness of the lin-  ld  Jle picMi'l put on any style, but.he's  gr; die dough Ju^l the same and has  tieliber wife nor chick to leave it to."  "Then. If he lakes a liking lo yon"���������������������������  ".lust so. Mrs. Bowser If Uncle Ike  wants lo leave me a fortune 1 shan't  kiHcf Heard I tumbled Into each other',-: arms ai eice. but how it will be  with vou 1 d( n't know. 'Vou always  luiuddle thiius up If there's n chance."  An t/pectocl Guest.  wi������������������ he coinim: over here'.'"  "Of course He had some busings*  to attend lo <!i"-*t and said Ir .might be  Ji oVI,-..-k before lie got around. Ve*.  >-e's KoinK to *-*tay with us n week or  two before irolng back west to his gold  jii!tu������������������ Von'll see a raH.r-r shabby, but  old   fnHliluncd   ion   ol   lvuu,  Just   the  $':^^#^^<'V.AM^Mf4i5s������������������i^i  Sometimes Hard to Creciit. <*.  Kverything in this world Is of ������������������J  ���������������������������i-   some im>, all hough souk.* of the <r>  il.   in ha bit a nis   seem   10   lie   excep- '(t  ">���������������������������   tions to the rule. ���������������������������Buck. <v  (\������������������yy<zyiy-y'iyy'i-W  /'flip  j        *������������������^vi.;q^t?^^v-^-^-.  A use for the pnunier skirt.���������������������������Punch.  (;s..,i-$..,i.fy^,--^'?-$y,/i-.<;.-  ������������������)  <���������������������������*>  ���������������������������y  7,  <.*���������������������������  Keep Moving. <<:  Tlie greater a man is tho more ������������������  clilliculL he linds it to resl on Ills <���������������������������  laurels without mussing ihem.��������������������������� <!'  Buck.  <?;  ���������������������������^'ft^i'--?-'  His Good Qualities.  "I hear your daughter 1s to be -married t.o young Midgeley."  "Yes. They've decided to have tho  wedding In June."  "i think I heard you say once that  yon would rather follow a daughter of  (���������������������������ours to her grave than see her becomo  lhe wife of that fellow."  "Oh, well, that was before 1 had  found our about his good .qualities. He  Miowed me low to qull Fllcing my  iri ve."���������������������������Chicago Kecord-H era Id.  1 lie performance can be the climax of  ' several rehearsals.  If possible dress the .-little actors in  costume aud let the performance be  given to the accompaniment of suggestive music thnt will hejp.lhem to make  the right gestures at the proper time.  Without having to think of lines to  redte children learn positions and gestures very quickly.  Select those children who are quick  I to learn and have active imaginations.  Head the story you wish 1o present  over aud over to (hem in its entirety,  then cast the parts according to the  ability of the children and direct them  how and when to stand, sit or walk  and what gestures to.iniike to illustrate  the various acts.  The storv can be read by an. older  one to mark nt Intervals wilh a pieco  of chalk 1 lie exact place where the skirt  touches the floor, llemove the skirt  nnd turn up the required hem (two or  three inches from tlje ground being a  most comfortable leTlgth in wean beyond (he chalk mark, measuring cure-  f'jl.'y tul rou**\'-\  ,> A Definition.                       </>  ^ Fool���������������������������A person  who disagrees   %  ^ with  you   hr some   uniinponaiic^  fo! particular.���������������������������St.   Louis   l'ost-Ois-   %  \> patch.                                              y>  ������������������<'^*M><^<$'-<*^3><^^  Almost as Good.  Her   Fattier���������������������������Can   you   support   rny  person while it is being illustrated* by laughter in the style to wlilch'she has  certain scenes, or yon can select a poem 50(>" accustomed?  suitable for children to illustrate while Suitor���������������������������No. sir. but she says she can  It is being recited by a clever elocution- iccusiom herself to the style In which  lat. I can support ber.��������������������������� Boston Transcript.  Il4  If  .Vi!  '1  )S  m A  %  Thursday, October 30. 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  WANT ADS, Fruit Growers Make Disappointing  Showing at Okanagan Apple Show  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  That the fruit, growers of the Oka-1 desire to help the fruit industry, but  nagan Valley do    not appreciate the somewhat   sick   of   seeing how little  generous support    given them by the appreciation the   fruit   men show  of  STUMP    PULLERS-Guaranteed    to ^provinCial    government   and the citi-jwhat is being   done    in their behalf,  pull green stumps    and trees _24 to __n_  _f   the -Valley    generally,    was and-how   backward    they   are in co-  very apparent at the Okanagan Val- operating    with    the   Government in  48 inches in diameter^ prices $50 up  Make   your    own   terms.       Our $8  ley Apple Show   held   at Vernon last  Well-borer cap, 20 to 30 feet deep a'week        The    provincial   government Ellison said:  day,    or   400   post   holes per day. 'has gone    beyond   good   businesg to  Write.     The Ducrest   Stump Puller,lend a helping aand t_ th_ fruit men  Mfg  Co.,    Burnside   Rd.,   Victoria, Thousands of dollars have been giyen  working out    their    salvation.     Mr.  B. O.  "It is a great pity that this year's  exhibition should prove such a disappointment, after all the troiible and  by way, of a loan, on the easiest pos- expense that the show has entailed,  sible terms and covering ' a period of Some ol the best sections of the Oka-  twenty years, to the United Growers' nagan district are not represented at  Unions, to tide them over the trying all. There are^only a few exhibits  years of organization. The provin- here, and those are not of the best  rial government   has   not stopped at fruit produced in the Valley.    anything   within    reason    to lend aj    "There are   literally   scores of car-  DO YOU WANT' to   buy a well-built nan(i of encouragement to the indus-jloads of better   apples than these on  modern     bungalow"   cottage    with try. and   to   place   it upon its feet,  the trees in the orchards today  THREE    LOADS   CLOVER   HAY in  Stack, $25; also 5 loads in loft, $40. i  Strawberry   plants for sale at $10 i  per thousand.       Bernard Rosoman,'  Grindrod. 2t    i  a   good   garden. Interior finish  and decorations to suit purchaser.  Por $1,375 cash, or $1,450 terms. If  you want this property, and have  not the cash, see .me and'arrange  your own terms. C. G. Piper, Bo*f  42, Enderby.-  POR  SALE���������������������������Milk   cow. - Apply.  Wm.  Lowes, Mabel Lake Road, Enderby.  In view of all   the assistance given  this year, in the   way of money, men  "Co-operation is necessary for success in an    affair   of this kind.     We  and influence, all of which was cast have contributed '" generously���������������������������and  on the side of the fruit men, by the [when I say *we' I mean the people,  Agricultural and Horticultural De-.'through the Government. The mer-  partments of the Government, the,chants 'of Vernon have also given  least that might   have been expected handsome support, I understand.  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 Hsst,  |16,000,08������������������  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal 3. O. Mr. Q.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-President, H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT   *  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and Interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th June and 31st December.  H3NDERBY BRANCH A. E. Taylor, Manager  Military Dance  B. C. HORSE AND LEGION OP  FRONTIERSMEN PLEASE NOTE  of the   fruit, growers    was an Apple  Show in the   name   of the Okanagan  "Unless  something. more  representative   of   the     Okanagan   than   this  that would have been a credit to the show can be gotten together, I hope  Valley and the industry. this will be the last Apple  Show to  Instead of this,    the Okanagan Ap- be held in the   Valley.     This is not  pie Show proved   to   be the greatest Vernon's    Apple   Show,    but was de-  ROSE BUSHES FOR SALE���������������������������Of va-  - rieties proven suitable for this climate and    district.      50c   and 75c' disappointment.       It   was    not one- signed to display the fruit of the esi-  half so good as the first Valley Show tire _ Okanagan Valley."  . each. Apply, The Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd., Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������Piano in good condition  Price, $325; easy terms. ApplyBox  139, Enderby.  I WILL GIVE AWAY FREE, on Dec.  24th, at 11 p.- m., one French lim-  oge; hand-painted ,tea set of 21  . pieces, to the person presenting ;the  most purchasing tickets now being  given    with   each^  purchase  made.  * rValue of tea.set, $25. - Be sure and  get a ticket for every cent you pur-  - chase,, or for,. work done. F. PY-  ">MAN, Enderby:-      _ ..'  given last   year.       Let it be granted  Mr. Ellison then told of the success  Ci  Company    102nd   Rgt.,    issue a  t '*  hearty and wclsome invitation to all,  and particularly thoso who are interested in military aflairs in the  Okanagan, to a dance, to be given in  Armstrong, on Friday evening, Nov.-  7th, 1913.  LADIES FREE  GENTLEMEN,    $1.50,      ,  Major Wolfenden, Capt.  Petar  Hon. President. President.  Col. Sgt. A. Marshall  -   Secretary  YOUNG _PIGS FOR SALE-Apply at  /DeHart Ranch; Enderby. ;ol64J  POULTRY FOR  SALE-^-20 Mi lorcas,  -'(Smedley's-strain), ��������������������������� &" Buff Orpin'g-  . tons, 4-S.,  S., Hanrburghs; .also 7  .Indian   Runner   Ducks.   Noreason-  **" able    offer r refused "as I- want to  ,  clear them' all off.   Also a quantity |  .' of    dahlias- and   hardy    plants, at l  .-your own    price.   X.  Gardner,. Salmon Arm Road, Enderby.  SHEEP FOR SALE-1 Shropshire ram,  35 ewes and a few ewe lambs. " J. F.  Moore, Enderby. "   -  AM prepared to" saw any quantity of!       ..   . , ���������������������������    . ���������������������������  l  ,.      _ .,    -      '   M ;      !up their annual government grant to  "cordwood, or will buy any quantity,,   . - , ��������������������������� ...      ,   - . ,  ,_���������������������������..' ,       J      Jy ' |their fall   agricultural   fair, in order  of standing wood near railway. Ap-  , . .  . , ' ���������������������������      .,    -������������������_.���������������������������,    av,���������������������������  ,- ,     ���������������������������   T ,      _,      _..���������������������������_.. to assist in making   the Apple Show  ply, C. Imanaka, Box 240, Enderby. I _..       .     ,     _,.  _____ \ j _r_ a success.      The    Apple   Show    was  iVlt  adw +oi ��������������������������� a t     , ii A     virtually forced upon'them this year.  WE ARE taking orders for fall de-l  ,          J     ,      TT             ,     _ .  ..            ,         _ tt                        .lit was up to   Vernon    to take it or  livery of wood. Hurry your orders  that the fruit this year has not, as a of the exhibits sent by the Provincial  general thing, reached the perfection Government to the Canada Land and  of color and bloom which was in evi-' Apple Show at Winnipeg, where both  dence last year throughout the Val-J the apple and the" natural resource's  ley, still there can be no excuse given display, won gold medals. Winning  \i*fhy the fruit men should have fallen^such awards was.the best and cheap-  down so completely in their' Apple est form of advertising, he declared.  Show. They simply- did not'make j "The Government - is - willing and  any effort. As an Apple Show.com- anxious to purchase from this Apple  patible- with what: the Valley is cap- J Show two carloads of the best Oka-  able of doing, it was an absolute nagan apples to be had, for shipment  failure', and the fruit growers have no. to;the Old Country," he continued,  body to blame but themselves. "-The, "But they, are -not'; here. We shall  Government . has done ��������������������������� all in ..its .have to go,��������������������������� intor the highways;and  power; to^boost /the "industry; rin*_ad-':the.^byways tOvget^them; for the^ex-  dition to the -heavy, financial'-assist- hibit's - here \ are" not;/ representative  ance" "given towards ' placing .the^, sell- "You/havethe- 'fruit -here in this' dis-  ing .organization upon, its feet, the trict, and I regret, exceedingly .that  Government, gave a.grant'of $2000 to it-has.not been.shown. I hope"that  assist in.making the Apple Show a next year-we- can, have! a large,and,  success.,'"The citizens,of Vernon sub- creditable-display. ; I hope and trust  scribed another'^lSOO. And',all the"rthat in,.the.future every .possible co-  fruit .growers had -to.do.was to get operativeveffort will be'made to.r*ake  their fruit, there.'v' Liberal prizes. w'era 'the'. Okanagan '--Valley Apple" Show  offered, and>the Government also, was j what- is c*an and should. be^the bigV  prepared tc buy all the best fruit gest and-best in"^ British Columbia.-'^  exhibited' at $2.00 per box, for exhibi:  tion purposes. A And _ in .'the face of  all this, the show was allowed to' be  a failure. ,        -'   *". -  This annual Okanagan Apple Show  is not a Vernon exhibit. - The citizens of Vernon    have, in fact,  given  ~ihT-Birch~; 18-inT; fifTTG to l������������������W.  Also wood cutting. Full 4-foot cord  cut to   lengths    stated    above and  Bogert & Adsitt, En-  =allow=it==4o^g6=-by^default.===And,:=  when the indifference of the fruit men  is so apparent, it .would, perhaps,  have been proper to have decided upon the latter course.  Already the other branches of agriculture   afe    complaining   of the too  liberal policy of the   Government towards the fruit growers, as compared   MRS.-C- PARADIS,-a- dressmaker- of'with -what -is-being\done-for the.other.  sold as cord,  derby.  FOR  SALE���������������������������Heavy horses.     Okanagan Saw Mills, Enderby, B.C.  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking parlors to the Matthews house, on Cliff Sti, west of  George.  ��������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� -.������������������������������������������������������      ���������������������������        -        .    ���������������������������      _     ���������������������������       ,.  ���������������������������       l.-M-l.      ,        I -I    ...   . ���������������������������       _.   .������������������  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Gardener, landscape and  jobbing- gardener.  THIS  is a  HOME  DYE  that  ANYONE.  can use      \  DYOLA  lThe Guaranteed "ONE DYE for1  1 All Kinds of Cloth.  Clean, Simple, No Chance of Mistakes. TRY  m   IT I Send for Free Color Card and Dooklet.  ���������������������������The Jobnton.Ricbardton Co. Limited, Montreal  OP   CANADA  Paid-op Capital. Reserve Fund <j_Q Q7ff AAA  and Undivided Prolili (Over) 90fOi99\tVV  Total Assets (Over)   $69,000,000  Distance is No Barrier  3 against carrying on your banking  easily .and r conveniently. ���������������������������] Just.  mail us your grain cheques, money  ..ordersj.or cash* for. deposit, your  : notes A6r_ bills for collection, 'or  "'.iybur ^cheque's 'tdzbe -" cashed, \vi thV  "*your passbook, an<l we can handle  your account as satisfactorily,as  if . you. .were ,,present   for' each  .transaction..   ,   ;-v ���������������������������'��������������������������� ���������������������������'"**-, --;.   ,  Banking -by Mail, is * a; great;  saver- of time, and" travel. . Ask;  our Manager about it.        -��������������������������� . -  . -..  tnderby Branch." ~W. D.C. CHRISTIE;. Manager  No. 1 Seed "Wheat,. Timothy  and Alfalfa Hay. , For fur-  ther particulars apply to���������������������������  Poultry  branches. It is a matter ol opinion  as to the justice ol this complaint.  Certain it is that the Government is  showing more liberality in its helpful-  fulness than the fruit growers show  in their appreciation ol this helpfulness. There is such a thing as pa-  ternalizing the life out of an industry  and it seems that the Government is  approaching very near this fatal line  so far as the fruit men are concerned.  Perhaps if the Government were to  help less the . fruit. men themselves  would do more. It seemed to be the  general opinion of the visitors to the  Apple Show that it wouldn't be a bad GAPT.  CAMERON begs to announce  'fr_\vS^_-_.-  rr.  Copyright igor  " 'i'-'.--liy:.~->-  idea to try the experiment.  Hon.  Price Ellison is most  optimistic at all times.      No matter what  happens he    usually   looks upon the  bright side and   finds    an excuse for  the fruit   men's   failure   to connect.  Seldom does he   speak   as he did at  the opening of the Apple Show.    But j  ;those who heard    him,   say he never,  spoke better    in   his   life.     He was!  roundly   applauded    when   he    made  these remarks,   which    goes to show  that the.  public   generally is in sympathy   with   the    Government in its  that he has taken over the entire  stock of exhibition and 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. Por  terms apply to advertiser, or Miss  Simpson, Gainford Ranch, Enderby,  P. 0. Box 121 & 123.  F.R.E. DeHart  Kelowna     . B.C.  or N.  E. Laridon, on the ransh  Enderby  in  7:$"The   fact   that   we  A possess the confidence, of  .thousands, of clothe* buyers throughout the country���������������������������that these patrons of  ours have implicit faith in  us, we believe testifies to  -the uprightness of character, and soundness of  .moral   principle. of   our  .organization. _��������������������������� ���������������������������  C The fact that in all  oiir   dealings   we   have;  never   once... knowingly:  violated this confidence,  broken faith or betrayed  thisT trust is, we believe, i  z sufficient  proof ' of  bur  j integrity.,        .\  '-77 7 j  ';"J\So.that when_we;iin?j  press upon you the superior qualities of the garments  produced by  the  ' House of HobDerliri^you  ",, can; always depend upon ,-  getting   a   square   deal,  faith kept, promises made  good, full value and more ���������������������������  in return"for every dollar  youvpay for them than  you get elsewhere.  Suits and Overcoats  ^$20to$40.    ;;  Sole Agents      .  for Hobberlin Tailoring  DILt BROS  ENDERBY B.C.  , A  -y.-  y*J' V~ * '.������������������^*&������������������. |  .     "   * 'A   ii-jri "^  "'"VK.fSi  ^;*  ia ins Co., m.  OF VANCOUVER, B.C.  Carry only one grade of NURSERY STOCK, and that THE BEST!-  There is nothing to approach TREE S GROWN WITHOUT IRRIGATION.  They are hardier, sturdier, shaplier, better calipered and vastly superior  in root^ system to irrigated stock. _ *  -Isn't-this "thekind-of-FRUIT-AND-ORNAMENTAL���������������������������TREES;:���������������������������SHRUBS;-  roses. ".^ - H.E.C. Harris  t9 call on you.    He will be delighted  Ask our local representative,  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuildings  Here are   some   specials in lumberwhile they last : ' '  No. 2, 2x4, per thousand  % 13.00  No. 2 Lath, per thousand       1.75  Short Cord Wood      3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Ena.rby  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  NOTICE  I have taken over the business of  Adsitt & Bogert until Jan. 1st, 1914,  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks and am personally responsible only  veneer blocks, cement brick, lawn for such accounts as arc contracted  vases, peer   blocks,  -chimney blocks   by me or on my order. ,  also limo and cement.  Leave orders early.  R. 0.  ADSITT.  Enderby, B.C., Oct. 9th, 1913. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, October 30, 1913  POLES  AND  CROSS-TIES  In 1912 there were 608,550 poles  purchased by the Canadian railways,  and telegraph, telephone and light  and power companies, according to \  recent bulletin of the Forestry Branch  Ottawa. This represents an outlay  of $1,113,524, making the average cost  per pole of $1.83. The total number  of poles purchased and thc averajje  price per pole increased somewhat  from corresponding figures for 1911.  Cedar made   up   86 per cent of the  total number of poles cut, the western cedar being increasingly used for  this purpose. Balsam, fir, tamarack  and spruce made up the balance of  the cut, the greater part of the poles  being between 20 and 25 feet in length  In 1912, there were purchased 21,-  308,571 ties, representing a value of  ?9,373,869. This represents the large  increase of 48.1 per cent over the  number of ties purchased in 1911, due  probably to the extension of railway  construction.  Jack pine   ties    made   up 36.5 per  ENDERBY OPERA  HOUSE  Back again !  For Two Nights  Commencing  Wed. Nov. 5th  cent of the total with an average  value of 44c Cedar was second on  the list with an average cost at  point of purchase of 45c, lollowed by  Douglas fir, averaging 30c per tie. In  all twenty-one different species of  wood were used.  Ties treated with preservatives  made up 8.5 per cent of the number  used. These were chiefly hardwoods,  it being found more economical to  treat the heavier, stronger woods  than those which are liable to fail  from mechanical wear before they  have time to decay. Some of the  eastern railways nre now using hardwood ties ecxlusively.  Make Your Dollars Count  Our Goods are Marked at CASH PRICES.     Our Terms  dre 30 days on approved account  Purity Rolled Oats, 8-lbB, 40c.  Purity Rolled Oats, 20-!bs, 85c.  The Cleanest and   Creamiest.  guarantee them.  We  Householders and licence holders  are reminded that if they desire their  names placed on the City voters- list  for the ensuing year it is necessary  for them to make the statutory declaration required by law, and to deliver same to the City Clerk some  time during the month of October.  Forms of declaration can be obtained at the City Hall.  Graham Flour,     Pastry Flour,     Oat  Meal and Corn Meal, 45c a Back.  Purity Flour ...    $1.95  The West's Best;    More and Better  Bread.  Bran, 100-tbs, $1.45  Sharps, 100-tbs, ?1.55  Purity Brand and Quality.  Oats,    100-tbs,  $L65.  And  her surpassing Company,  direct from the Orient.  Wed. night,   "The Sweetest Girl  in Dixie." Thurs. /'Baby Mine,"  a Screaming Comedy, not a '  Screaming Baby  Prices,     50c     75c     $1.00  Fine  English  Brown  Graniteware  Wheat, cleaned, 125-tbs, |2.35.  Finest  Currants   and    Raisins,  fresh  Stock, 2-lb pkgs, for 25c.  SALMON       20c  Horseshoe and other brands of finest  red salmon, guaranteed.  BLUE RIBBON TEA, 1-tb pkg, 40c  The kind that has always been 50c.  We carry RIDGWAYS Old Country,  Gold Seal, Nabob, Tetley's and  Brook Bond Teas. Also a special  blend at 3-tbs for $1.00, which we can  recommend.  TRY GROUND RICE- FOR CAKE  AND PUDDINGS.  FULL LINE OF PACKAGE  CEREALS  b ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-   ���������������������������    ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-,���������������������������    ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ -    ��������������������������� ���������������������������ii ���������������������������  A full range of Gold Bar and Hunts'  Canned Fruits at reasonable prires.  SALTED  HERRING IN BARRELS  J  DILL BROS.  Kippers and Finnan Haddie, fresh  every Friday.  MEN'S OUTFITTERS  AND GROCERS  W. G. PELL  New Up-to-Date Shop, onJ  Russell St., west of Vernon Rd.  Enderby  and General BMsmiing  Watch Our Window  for Good Bargains  in  DRY GOODS LINE  W. J, Woods  All accounts owing the Enderby  Trading Company are payable to W.  J. Woodi.'  Notice Our Prices  Robin    Hood    Flour  $1.95   49 lbs Middlings   $1.60 100 lbs  Radium Flour    ...$1.80 49 lbs. Oat Chop  :. $1.60 100 lbs  Graham   Flour   .: $ .50 10 lbs.  Oats,    whole    cleaned ���������������������������$1.65 100 lbs  Flatted   Oats    $1.75 100 lbs.  Pastry   Flour  .....$ .50 10 lbs. Barley Chop  ^M m lfe_  Rolled Oats, 40c 8-tb sk,; 85c 2o-lb sk Bran  $1.50 100 lbs  Wheatlets,   10 lbs, 50c Wheat  $2.35 125 lbs  Our New Stock of Winter Rubbers  Just in.   All lines and Sizes  ifl?  i  it  m  U     1   1 All kinds, for Ladies & Children, Men & Boys R u k k e r s  f\ll|j|jCJrS   The Famous MALTESE  CROSS BRAND.    Let us supply      ��������������������������������������������� **��������������������������� 14 U M 'W * w  your wants in this line.     Quality and Price Guaranteed.  SHOE PACKS  Three  Different  Makes,   6-in.   to   17-in.   Tops.    15he 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 usjneans a saving for you. _  Gloves and Mitts  Lined and unlined���������������������������ill 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"  i  I  I  Overcoats, Dress Suits, Every-Day Suits and Tuxedos  Ready-to-Wear or Made-to-Measure, by the best makers in Canada.      Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Our Clothing Sales for 9 months of this year have exceeded all of last year's sales by 81 per cent, and this is supposed to be an  exceptionally quiet year. The reason is QUALITY-PRICE-AND-FIT. When in want of any of these lines, give us  a call.       Remember, WE PLEASE.  Gent's  Furnishings  BOB PEEL  SHOES  Enderby  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ + ������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������ ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  a

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