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 /  d  W   "i  v-  I*' -.  Wj. L v -...  wj Z w'.  V' -ZL.  \/yy:  Enderby, B.C., October 23, 1913  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  ^ ol 6; No. 34; Whole'No. 294  Locals of Home Events of Interest  Near Home and Far Away  - Mrs. H. W. Keith   and children returned from the coast last Thursday.  We regret to    learn that Mr. G. B.  Gelling lies seriously ill at the Cot-  - tage Hospital.  .Donations of books to the farmers'  Institute library    will   be  gratefully  .   received by C. S. Handcock,secretary,  > Grindrod.  Morel   Richardson   was brought in  from  Avery's    Camp    on   Wednesday  morning with a severe bruise on the  "   head, received from the cut of an ax.  Alfred High has    made-a, record "in  disposing of White    Sewing Machines  in Enderby_and v cinity,  having put  out no less than.40 since talcing hold  ~of-the field.      .      _  "Miss Stapleton   was   the fortunate  "_. J " - 4 -  one to "draw theV key .. that unlocked  the' valuable - phonograph given "away  - by "Mr. - Crane at * -the' Enderby Music  /store/this' week. -  J -, -   '       -    ,..  -.    Services "in"St..".George's church <on  ,:.Sunday:"-"-"8 "a.m., -Holy.-Communion;  ,. ll-'aim.;; Mattins, -Litany .and~Scf-'  '. mon;- 3 p.m.", V Grindrod;   7-:30,* Even-"  -'song and Sermon.-'"   - '' -J ���������������������������   _  l^Jump on' _ the _>train_' this jmorning  "and go to, Vernon   to-- seethe/'Apple  .show.     .You will, come home'pleased  '. with' yourself, pleased with the'show,  . and. -pleased . with ' the -glorious -Oka-  -  nagan, of-which you are a'part.'- .  - Davies & Sanders, who have the  contract for the erection of the Court  House vin Enderby, \ recently completed the .C. P.' R- . station '-at ���������������������������Sal-  . mon Arm,  said   to" be the prettiest  looking station on the main line.  "The second dance" of the-first series  being  given  by   the  Enherby Orchestra was held,in the,Opera House last  ��������������������������� night,' and proved a greater "success,  even,-than the first, given-two weeks  .ago���������������������������in point of attendance as well  as general enjoyment.  To-day will" be the big show day-at  Vernon.       If   you   want   to do your  *  "p'artTTeadWrTo"- encourage th"is"-A"nr  nual Apple Show, then hustle down  to the station and get on board for  Vernon. See the Apple Show if you  cannot contribute fruit for it.  Mr. A. R. Rogers was in Enderby  the past few days, making his usual  visit to his property, . the Okanagan  Saw Mills.     The shipping business is  ��������������������������� -increasing- -as' the - sawing- season -is  drawing to a close. Orders for 14  carloads were received in one day the  past week.  The Union Thanksgiving services  held in the Opera House Monday  morning were largely attended, and  a polendid spirit prevailed. The collection- amounted to $13.75. After  deducting $6.75 expenses, the sum of  %1 was turned over to the Hospital  Auxiliary.  How much better it would be for  the community if all could grasp the  truth of these words: "Co-operation,  not competition, is the life of business." We would then see locally  milled and locally grown products  advertised in every show window, instead of vegetables, fruits and flour  shipped in from other sections.  Mr. S. A. Mullen, representing the  Trolly Car Indicator publicity company, of Vancouver, received word  this week from head office that the  company had withdrawn the stock  from the market, and that the indicator was going to London. It is  apparent that English capital has  been found to take thc invention  over and handle the product.  J. N. Grant is finishing his commodious home on George street. It  is veneered with cement brick from  J. S. Johnstone's cement block and  tile works, and presents a very attractive 'appearance. It is one of  the handsomest residences in town.  Alex McDonald started to jump all  over things last Saturday evening",  when Constable Bailey landed upon  him, and before he " could repent of  his "waywardness he found himself'in  the lock-up. He came before Magistrate Rosoman in" due course and was  fined $10 .and costs. ���������������������������" ' '  Miss Simpson, "C. P. ' Bigge ' and  Capt. Cameron,, who are developing  the-Gainford "poultry farm, find the  demand'for" all their poultry products  far-in excess of,-the-supply. They-are  selling locally all-they can "produce,"  and could-1 dispose of double-the quantity'.if they had it to "sell." **" .  - Messrs'."'. Creed-~&; Sage ' put ori'.the  most-successful auction'Wle they|have  held/ in ,the"' district,^.yesterday," of  the stock" and- farm " implements and  household effects'^ at the/_Grand Bend  farm."- The crowd "was a "jolly good  crowd,* and'a"1 fine lot _of buyers,"; and  .the .sale a^ great success. -" . '"  f Honestly" now, do;" oiir-City, Aldermen, think'it, is,good business, tolput  strong resolutions bn their "minutes  refusing-to sanction the overriding-of  a city, franchise by a corporation ;~and  then,', as individuals representing ' the  city,'turn around-and'do the very  thing.they say, by-resolution,'that it  would be impossible for' them to do ,?_  W. *G. Pell completed . the"-erection  of his blacksmith and machine shop"  on Russell street this .week, and" on  Monday started work at the anvil.  Mr. Pell has one of the most substantially-built and modern shops ir-  the Interior. It is a credit to the  townrP===^In==addition^=-to:==hi3=large*f  -   MODERN -METHODS  TAUGHT  -      *  The interests of the farmers are being carefully cherished by the Borden  Government, and the Hon. Martin  Burrell, "as Minister of Agriculture, is  carrying out his plan of extending  the scope of the Agricultural Department. ' The spending of the grant  made during last "session is receiving  the attention of "the heads of the" department and announcement is made  of the work. '   - -   .  Several small demonstration plants  in different parts of the provinces  will "be constructed as an aid to  poultry keepers. .Demonstration fruit  orchards will also be established. The  same methods will apply to dairying,  tobacco" growing, 'the maple syrup; in  dustry and honey" production.-'  The minister, . in his" new; agricultural, policy' of ' introducing better  methods, /will follow lines already  laid,' while" " assisting the farmer; to  produce better fruit* and more honey;  tobacco, "etc. ���������������������������- , Reports are being re  e'eived'. / from_/ farm ers - c all / o ver - th e  country, .who are '- keen "on "adopting  the'principlesrbf, the/department.// ,j_".  /,In. connection" with the'third pari  of the new agricultural policy, "name"  ly _tol teach the", rudiments, in-the". pub���������������������������  lie schools,, the ; department "announces special courses ��������������������������� f or< normal schoo1  teachers in' nature . training^ " It i?  proposed to-.'establish ^ agricultural  branches of' instruction in connection  with French- speaking _ normal; schools  and it is "also proposed-to. enlarge the  scope of domestic, science-schools by  adding to them "work-in "agriculture  dairying.      - ---_      -r  All sections of .the Dominion are, receiving a fair,share ahd_ the* desire o"  the present government" to assist _the  farmer by the introduction, of modern  methods will lay the foundation of  future prosperity.  Contractor W. A. Russell Starts  Work on Enderby Drill Hall  well-lighted work room, he has put  up shed-room for the use of customers in tying their horses. The building has metal sheeted walls and roof.  On October 6th the City Council  decided for the last time that action  should at once be taken to repair thc  intake at the water head.     That was  three���������������������������weeks ^ ago. Last1 year-the  snows of winter came on November  7th, and made work on the intake  impossible until the high water had  subsided this summer. November  7th is only two weeks hence. The  money to make the repairs at thc  head was voted by the ratepayers  and the bonds sold six months ago.  Don't overlook the Pollards at the  Opera House, to-morrow night and  Saturday night. They are >the great  aggregation of juvenile entertainers  who have captivated audiences in all  climes and under all flags. Friday  night they will give the funniest of  comic operas, ''The Mikado," and on  Saturday night- "The Last Waltz."  These people have never appeared be-  for an Enderby audience, and it is  doubtful if their equal ever favored  Enderby by stopping over.  LUMBER"   CAMPS . NOT INCLUDED  Anyone wishing to take a course of  lessons in a packing school to be  held in Enderby at a date to be set  by the Department, (presumably in  March) is requested to send in his or  her name at once to the secretary of  the Northern Okanagan Institute, C.  S. Handcock,    Grindrod.  =-Although=;thc=law-libraries^are-filled-  with countless "volumes of law, covering hundreds of years, every week  there are new problems coming up  for which no "precedents can be found.  Some days ago in Vancouveri before  Ju'dge Mclnnes there came up an issue of the greatest importance to the  thousands of men who work in the  Jogging camps_of __the_ Province. Tho  question as to whether the Workmen's Compensation Act extends its  benefits to men employed in log-einf  operations. For the first time since  thc act came into operation in the  Province the point was squarely  raised in the case referred to, ir*  the claim of one Mrs. Sanna Hill and  her four children against the Victoris  Lumber Company.  The woman's husband, . Gus Hill,  was killed at Chemainus last October  by the fall of a tree, and the woman  claimed the maximum amount of $1,-  500 for the loss of her husband.  Judge Mclnnes found that on the  facts of the case Mrs. Hill was entitled to the compensation shr  claimed within the act, but decided  that the act did not apply to lumber  camps, therefore no damages could he  awarded. As the case raises th-*1  straight "question of law, an appeal  will be taken in order to provide v  precedent.  The initial work, on the Drill Hall  to be erected by the Department oi  Militia at Enderby;-was started this  week. Mr. W. ���������������������������. A. Russell has the  contract. Some weeks - ago, when  tenders were called for, Mr. Russell  took occasion to go_into the plans  while on a" visit to Victoria, and filed  his tender.. Three weeks ago a.-wire  was sent'to Enderby "telling" him to  proceed with the work, but the- telegram did "not get into his'hahds, and  it was only last week'that He learn&d  on making-enquiry that his was thc  successful tender." Mri- Russell is  losing no time - in- getting' material  and men'on the,ground. ,' '  -It is understood that -Mr: F. H.  Barnes "will superintend7 the "work oi  construction for the Department. -.,-  - The. Drill Hall " will'- be af $15,000'  structure,- and will be. erected "on"the  property.. .given -'"for"'.the .purpose, by  Mr.- Barnes,';on George/^;, street,/just"  south of '"the Court/- House-the'Pro"  vincial Government, is" now, erecting,"  opposite the * recreation/ grounds .'-\In  addition to .the " single'lot-given .'-by  Mr.- Barnes,"/the-.- City, purchased 'the.  adjoining-'" lot "to" secure a^piece"of  ground, sufficiently -large" for the'imposing-structure.  - -���������������������������.'; - -;'.-     -" -"-ir- "  * The Drill Hall" ���������������������������' will" ,be'"'42x92 feet/  two stories 'above/the' basement, and  will have "a - shooting gallery- in "the  basement.";-It will be. built; of brick,  and will be.' finished-in, accordance-  witb the regulation plans issued- by  Department of Militia', which means  that Enderby will have.'a.BriirHal]  eSqual" to" the best erected in".the "various parts of "Canada. "-   - v    . _  - Mr. Russell-is to - be congratulated  >n securing the contract.. ' '   ~'  machine:   The    machine   is   a    small  affair, but tremendous   power can be'  generated,  and   it'"certainly-handles  the-stump problem   with "ease.     One'  man, Mr.    Kruise,    who handles the ���������������������������  machine, with   a.   helper;, cleaned up  the 20 acres of stumps in "exactly 13*  days.     They "averaged from 60 to 70  slumps a day, the stumps being from  8 to 10 inches through. _  No powder'  was iised..      The   power is' generated---  through"   a    ratchet-wheel, :and   two/  men on the   leaver;' will- lift .30 .tons'..- -  The proof'of the'pudding in thi!'easel*  is in .the pulling.", Mr. Mohr says.it -  would,.be of inestimable value"to-the .  district to, keep   Mr.".Kruise"and his"'/  machine here;-as'.it "beats anything"'  he has seen in clearing land.     , -/:_ \ .;  ���������������������������>. '.'V  _f.\  /\ A.y  COURT-HOUSE  UNDER WAY"  Work on tbe concrete, foundation of  the Court-House being erec_ted__by_th_  Santa Glaus is already picking the  nicest looking dolls out of the stock  imported by thc Enderby Music Store  and Mr. Crane is already wonderinc*-  if he'll have enough to go round.  Provincial Government, on George  street, is now in full swing, the contractors taking advantage of the excellent weather of the-past week to  push the work ahead as rapidly ae  possible. Messrs. Davies & Sanders,  of Vancouver, have the contract, aiu'  the work is in thc ��������������������������� hands of Mr. F.  H. Calnan, as foreman. _    ,.  -The" new building-wiirbc" 30x55;with"  a 12x14 stockade in the rear. Or  one side will be the private rooms of  thc resident constable, and opposite,  divided by a wall of brick, will be  the court room, coll- room, etc. The  residential rooms will include a 13x15  living room, 12x14 dining room, and  12x14 kitchen; while the court room  will be 14x22 and thc cell room thp  same size. Two steel cells will be  set up in the coll corridor.  Foreman Calnan hopes to have the  roof on in three weeks, and to complete the job   by   the    middle of No  vember, if the weather continues favorable.  J-.-.    CLEAN OFF'THE MUD ���������������������������>"���������������������������';.  "If.-.the City does .not clean ^the'-miuK-'.  off "of.'j.the-. "payed-: .portion .,-of fCliff'.-:  street/ ,all '-thergo"o'd!,- of such'������������������~expend!-/?-  ture 'of money f ..will'- have- beeri-lp'str-i":  It was. reepgnized early in-Ithe'fs'pring'X,  that; this   workVwbuld '..-have 'to",be'/S  done if .the;v street'!' was .to/be. kept'-;  fit -for7"travel",'"; but'frbst-in th^'ground"^  then- prevented -. the', work' being - car-;A <���������������������������  ried out.'     The, expenditure of a few --.  dollars-just now. would' save; the7 day: :,.  If .left, until spring   'the accumulation"-.'  then, if we are to judge from' that of/-"-  last season/will have ""-made thes task- ';  well-nigh < impossible," and "the excel- ?  lent and/costly ' work ,of-three "years./  'agojpill be.of little use. - No matter-'  how good, a   pavement Js put down,- -'  it cannot be" kept-of- service! without' "'���������������������������  being "annually   cleaned    of the mud"-.-  carried in^upori " it" by vehicles from J-  the   side.streets/"    The'   cleaning" of','  Cliff street    this : fall'". will .mean its   ,  salvation; if left until next spring the. -  the macadam roadbed- -will be- buried  so deep in mud as to be almost-lost.  -  -v,-r-_. f , i zZ.\  -~    ?.   >*       '\     ~'fT'~\  i" rf v^n,..: ,  Tyxy'A^M  -'���������������������������    MU SIC ATTECKHARDTB     ~^7  The Musical Eckhardts are .billed to  appear in the Opera House, Wednesday, Oct. 29th. This, company has  made an enviable reputation throughout the United States and Canada in  the concert business, travelling as a  family organization for the past 14  years, and have always been heralded >���������������������������  by" "press "and ""public" as "America's  foremost entertainers. In view of  the demand for popular-priced vaude-  their policy this season and are pre-  ville, the Eckhardts have changed  senting five high-class vaudeville  acts of unusual merit.  Tickets nre 50c;  reserved seats 75c,  and  children    25c.      Plan  at Reeves'.  drug store.  RAPID  CLEARING DEVICE  Mr. J. A. Mohr recently disposed  of a half interest in his Burnaby  Lake, Vancouver, property, and ip  putting a part of the profit realized  on the deal into his Glen Mary prop-  perty. He has cleared and stumped  ready for the*, plow, this season, 20  acres of valuable fruit lnnd. Mr.  Mohr introduced in doing this work  a new stumping machine, which has  proved marvellously successful. It  is known as the Australian stumping  MILTTIA BUSINESS  From the Militia Gazette: 30th Rgt.  B. C. Horse; to be provisional lieutenant (supernumerary) Roy Edwin  Wheeler, gentleman, 2nd June, 1913.  From G. 0., August, 1913: Military  Dictrict No. 11, 30th Rgt. B. C. JL;  the transfer of "C" Squadron from  Armstrong to Enderby, B.C., is authorized.  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  tirac during the month of October.  Forms of declaration can be obtained at the City Hall. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday; October 23, 1913  velopment of the reserves and the  Indians themselves, is already assured.  o+o+of of o-fofo-f o fofo-f o+-o  LOEWE'S    *..  -B. B. B.  PETERSON  Along with cheaper  Jiriers and Clays-  Tobaccoes, Etc.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  i ENDERBY PRES3  THE UTMOST FOLLY  Ex-Mayor  Geo.   Bell   visited  Enderby for a clay last    week, en route to  'his home in Victoria from thc East.  !    Mr. Bell was mayor of Enderby at  the time thc old Okanagan Telephone,  Company got   thc    franchise  to run  i wires and    do   business    here.      Mr.  Bell recalled    the    struggle   the. city  j had   at    that   time,    and    the good  jmoney spent for   legal advice in the  matter, and finally the acceptance by  I the telephone   company of the agree-  jinent with the city,  under which the  franchise was granted.  "I see by the Press," said he, "you  are trying to hold the telephone company, to the agreement we then had  [them sign. I want to say that I  endorse your action. We hear of the  same trouble all up and down the  (coast" towns. The people find, when  'it is too late in most cases, that the  company is using them there thc  same as they are treating you here.  In most cases the people cannot help  themselves. But in Enderby's case; it  is different. You have them bound  by an agreement, under the best conditions we could make at the time,  and it is worse than foolishness to  let them get away with it. The city  should hold tbem to the conditions  of the agreement."  CANADA NOT HEAVY BUYER  . Published every Thursday at Ender.by. B.C. at     The    Dominion    of    Canada    ranks j  ; ?2 iut yoar. by the Walker Press. I SRventh     in     importance      among     the1  j Aflvertisins Hates;   Transient, 50c an Hich  first ��������������������������� countries   of   the  WO rid   as   a  buyer   of  insertion. 25c each  subsequent insertion.   Con-'       .,.,.,  ;     tract advertising-. $1 an inoh per month. , British  goods.     ThlS     was  fOUlld  in  a j  ��������������������������� Legal Notfc-s:   12<_ a line first insertion; 8c a line ��������������������������� report   issued   on     the   subject   by   the ;  !     each subsequent insertion. : I  ! R._dinV N.tices and Locals: 15c a line. -1 Department  of Trade and Commerce,.  ; Ottawa.       It    shows,     among other  [things,   that    as    a customer  of the  [Mother    Country,    Canada   does  not  [stand as high in the list of other Dominions as either Australia or South  [Africa,  both  of    which   have smaller  [populations.       As   a matter of fact,  _ i Australia,  with a   population of only  4,500,000,    buys    more   goods in  the  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 most satisfactory way in  the end. Send or phone for us today. Phone 31  OCTOBER 23, 1913  aBajmroe,ttMMSai nsm i ih i ng  ARE THE INDIANS EXEMPT ?  Let us admit for the sake of argument, that Inspector of Indian Reserves Gowmiskey stated what is_. actually the case, in his evidence before  the Indian-Commission which met at friiush market than *ny other conn  try in the world, ***" save British India  "and Germany, which rank first and  second, respectively. The_ United  States ranks next to Australia.  Campers and  Pleasure Parties  I am inaugurating a regular service for the summer months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sun-  ._ dny��������������������������� mo rnin g,���������������������������or���������������������������as otherwiBe_ro-.  quired, from Cottonwood Point to  the Mill Warehouse, furnishing 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���������������������������    E..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 ot tho Mara District is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard,Mara,B.C.  Enderby two weeks- ago, which was  to the effect that the Indians do not  w'ant'a school on the Enderby reserve, that he went so far, in his  capacity as Inspector, to appoint a  teacher to take charge of the school,  and the Indians objected to the  school being established. Granting  this to be the case, does this relieve  the Indian Department from "any fur-  responsibility in the matter?   In the  .:. ...    ,,       .   I which the B.C. law was being tested,  ordinary white community in Canada* _���������������������������,..__',        ,     _ -,,���������������������������  .   _    . ,  i Thc court divided, four to two.     The.  we have what    is   known as compul-, _._._,,       .   ' ..,,_.,  effect of    the   judgment    is that the  Province may    continue to incorpor-  PROVINCE UPHELD  The  Supreme  Court of  Canada  tha  past week handed    down a memorandum of   the   judgments   in the Com-  jpanies Act    and    insurance cases, in  sory education.     Why not en the or  dinary Indian reserve ? , ���������������������������.-,,...,,  rnl   ' .  .        ,    -,       ,���������������������������   ,    .  ���������������������������,.��������������������������� 'ate companies to do business through  The Dominion  of    Canada pretends.     , , "..  to be the paternal   friend of the Indians.   Our laws are so framed as to  make them   dependents,    and yet we  i neglect to give thom the first requis-  j ite to meeting the demands of civilization���������������������������a  common    school education,  f Wc^sStl d I c~upOT===co1fhTT]"unities=1*Inu ian**  reserves,  where we    turn  the Indians  loose, to eke out   an existence somehow.   Wc    provide    schools   for    the  ! other children of thc community,  re-  [gardlccs of color,    race or creed, but  the Indian   child,    half a mile away,  has no way of    acquiring learning of  any  kind    except   the   vilest he  can  pick ii]) in -the-sl'reet-or- at play with-  other Indian children on the reserve.  There arc Indians on the Enderby  reserve, parents of growing children,  who have asked repeatedly, both of  other Indian Commissions and of!  citizens of ftndcrby, that they be allowed to have a school on their re-1  serve. They are sore in need of it. ;  But there seems to be a determination in some quarter to kcep the Indians in darkness. The men who  presumed to speak for them when the  recent commission came around, let  it be known that the Indians did not  need a school���������������������������in fact, did not want  a school. And so, because, some Indians have said they do not wanf a  school, the Indian Department sidesteps the responsibility and allows  them to remain in ignorance.  Wc have every reason to hope for  some definite action to come as the  result of the investigation of the Indian Commission which met here recently. Just what policy the Commissioners will suggest is yet to  be made known, but that it will be  a broad policy, based upon thc fullest recognition of the rights of the  Indians, yet   looking    to a fuller de-  out    Canada.       There    is  a  similar  judgment on  the reference in the insurance case,  as    to whether provin-  cially-incorporated     companies    have  Ithe right    to   issue   policies all over  . Canada.          Their' right to do so is  L upheld_on_a_similar_division.    Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers from  the "richest feeding grounds "in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  can give you the best price  possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  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, Cliff St., Enderby  FmestmtHe Country  AUNTS  Trade Marks  DESIQN8  Copyrights Ac  fn._   tloiiaBtrloUycoiiUiJc ���������������������������__..  Bent free. Oldwtlfpeiicy for necurlut MMwti;  pitonU taken through Munn & Co. rec*W������������������  Sfxeial nolle*, without, churire, la the  Scientific American.  X tutndtomelr Ulnsn-ated weekly,  cnlniion of any  Bcientlflu  Jouniftl  Canada, $3.75 & yo*r, poBtage prepaid.  All newsdwlers.  Ijarrwt ������������������4r-  Torma  for  Sold by  lyiUNN 8 Co.3G,Broadw-^ Mew York  Branch Otllce, 625 F BU WaalilUBton, D. C.  ' 'Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and 'now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an~Irishman from-Michigan; he calls 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."  (Bntr������������������ut from Lewery's Ledge.)  /  King Edward Hotel,  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  ���������������������������   r      =3=  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing 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.  ' $kH>3><$>'M'-M'$>'^  Norman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Tunnings,  and all factory work. Rubber old  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE'  We represent S. C. SMITH CO.,  of Vernon   .���������������������������.  ������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������\^  Russell Street Enderby. Thursday, October 23, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S, WEEKLY  $  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a~ word  each subsequent insertion.  STUMP PULLERS���������������������������Guaranteed to  pull green stumps and trees 24 to  48 inches in diameter,\ prices $50 up.  OKANAGAN SHIPMENTS  A total of 1179 rarloads of fruit  and produce have been shipped from  the Okanagan Valley this year, according to figures compiled for the  Vernon News by C. P. R. freight  agents at Vernon, Okanagan Landing  Armstrong and Enderby. That figure  includes carload    shipments only,  up  CHRISTMAS APPLES  Make   your    own   terms.       Our $8 to 0ct. 14th> but does not take into  Well-borer cap, 20 to 30 feet deep a  day, or 400 post holes per day.  Write. The Ducrest Stump Puller  Mfg Co., Burnside Rd., Victoria,  B. C.  THREE    LOADS    CLOVER   HAY in!  Stack, $25; also 5 loads in loft', $40.  Strawberry   plants for sale at $10  per thousand.       Bernard Rosoman,  Grindrod. j        2t  account less than carload shipments,  nor express shipments, which would  greatly swell the total.  The total shipments from Vernon  so far this year have been 338t carloads; from Okanagan Landing, 332;  from Armstrong, 196, and from Enderby, 312. These shipments; were  comprised of fruit, vegetables, hay  'general farm   produce.      Included in   jthe Enderby total are 128 carloads of  FOUND-Now in my possession-two flour aild feed manufactured there,  rings of keys. Owners may have'The ������������������- P- R> freiSht aS������������������nt at En-  same by proving property and pay-j'derby also reP������������������rts the forwarding of  ing for this ad.   Constable Bally.     452 carl������������������ads    of   lumber and 20 car-  ���������������������������. ! loads of, brick.  DO YOU WANT to buy a well-built j The 1179 carloads of fruit produce  modern bungalow cottage with for which $750 a car would be a con-  a good garden. Interior finish servative estimate of value, repre-  and, decorations to suit purchaser, sents an export value of $884,250.  For $1,375 cash, or $1,450 terms. If Vernon's shipments from Sept. 23  you want this property, and have to October 13 inclusive, were as fol-  not the cash, see me and arrange lows: 92 'carloads of fruit; 27 car-  your own terms.     C. G. Piper, Box loads of vegetables, two carloads of  A carload of Okanagan apples will  leave on board the s.s. Manitoba on  November 6th, for Great Britain  I from Montreal. The car conveying  this fruit will leave Vernon on the  morning of October 25th, and will  carry the best apples in the Valley  as a Christmas box to people in England, Scotland, Ireland and 'Wales,  under the auspices of the Vernon  Board of Trade.  42, Enderby.  canned goods,  and    six    carloads of  hay.  Little of the crop of winter apples  has as yet    gone    forward, nor have  "LONE PINE" MILK will be 12Jc a  quart for the winter months, beginning Nov._lst. ' C. E. Strickland [potatoes . and    other vegetables' been  *~     ~ -1" I marketed yet in any very-large quan-  SEVENTEEN  SMALL PIGS  for sale tities. ���������������������������   TImj    output ao fa_ ������������������ ^  Will be ready for taking away in  five weeks.     Order now.  Berkshire.  fore extremely    satisfactory, and in\  dicates that the    total at the end of  Capt.  Cameron,  Box 121,  Enderby.  the year yiU _UQ into largef figureg  FORv SALE���������������������������Milk . cow.   Apply.  Wm.  Lowes, Mabel Lake Road, Enderby.  CAPTf- CAMERON begs to announce  .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.ro-  .   tation. / Also-^ settings,, of    P., B.  J,Rocks  (Waby's   strain), White .Wyandottes,' Buff. 'Orpingtons,    White  ^ -   * **  ��������������������������� -Leghorns, and Black- Minorcas. For  - - i f- --ty- - , ��������������������������� - - .... -1.  --" terms apply to advertiser,' or- Miss  J Simpson,'Gainford Ranch, Enderby,  P. &. Box "l21 & 123.- -\ f     ������������������������������������������������������       ��������������������������� '<'  CANADA'S  WHEAT "CROP"  ROSE" BUSHES    FOR 'SALE���������������������������Of' va-  _   rieties proven suitable for this climate and    district. ;   50c -and"75c  ., each.-    Apply, The Columbia Flour-'  .   ing Mills.Co.," Ltd., Enderby. -��������������������������� ~  FOR'SALE���������������������������Piano in good'condition  '"Price, $325;, easy terms. Apply Box  ' 139, Enderby.^        _ * :   ' "  I WILL7GIVE AWAY-.FREE, on Dec.  , 24th, at-" 11 p. jmr, 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, j1,040,800,  _ .Value .of tea set, $25.'    Be sure" an'd !"       "' ~~r~  -A bulletin just   issued by the Cen-  p - r -  sus and ; statistics! .office,of the Department-, of "tra'de -and commerce,  gives the total estimated-wheat production this year at 207,575,000.  bushels as -compared with ��������������������������� 199,236,000  bushels last year, an increase ,of  8,339,000 bushels,- or 4_\ percent:'.  - Oats show a total' yield'of 391,"-  418,000 bushels* and an average-yield  of ^40.57" bushels- as -compared" with  361,418,000" .bushels,- -and :ah-'average  yield "of-'39.25 bushels:" *. Barley gives"  an. estimatedv:-total yield of ,44.348,-  '00ir bushftels,. and" an' average/ of 3L08  buthels^pjBr- acre, as .compared with'  44*;014,C00 -bushels and an average of  31.10 bushels in" 1912/ For this year  the, total production, of rye is 2,559,-  000 bushels, of peas 3,970,000 bushels:  of buckwheat 7,600,000 bushels,'of  flax; 14,912,000 bushels, ,; of. .-mixed  grains' 17,178,000 bushels,' of corn'"for  husking 14,086,000 ��������������������������� bushels, of beans  989,500'bushels, as compared with a  total-yield last year'of, rye, -2,594,-  000; peas, 7,773,500; buckwheat, 10,-  193,000; flax/21,681,600; mixed grains,  17,952,000;    corn,   16^569,800;"    beans,  get a ticket-for every cent you pur-' FINE ARMSTRONG    VEGETABLES  chase,', or   for -work done.   F. PY "  MAN, - Enderby.  "Never in my life have I seen bet-  ���������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  -rx-rr^r, -nrx-r.  ��������������������������� . T ~    .     , ter vegetables, though'I have judged  YOUNG PIGS FOR SALE-Apply at exhiWts    foryears%n   Ontario and  ..DeHart__Ranch,_J3,nderbE.___^^ytlier^^ien-mtr^rvm^d^^T  POULTRY FOR  SALE���������������������������20 Mi torcas,' clared J. L. Hilborn, of Summerland,  (Smedley's strain),    8 Buff Orping- one of the judges    at the Armstrong  tons, 4 S.   S.   Hamburghs;   also 7 Fall Fair, last week.  Indian    Runner   Ducks.   No reason-   "The potatoes,    beets,   carrots and  able    offer   refused   as I   want to parsnips  shown  at    Armstrong  were  clear them all off.   Also a quantity exceptionally    fine.       I    have   often  of   dahlias   and   hardy   plants, at  your own    price.   J. Gardner, Sal-  _mon Arm Road,-Enderby 1  SHEEP FOR SALE-1 Shropshire ram,  35 ewes and a few ewe lambs. J. F.  Moore, Enderby.  AM prepared to saw any quantity of  cordwood, or will buy any quantity  of standing wood near railway. Ap-  ply, C. Imanaka, Box'240, Enderby.  ffE ARE taking orders' for fall de-  , Jivery of wood. Hurry your orders  in. Birch, 18-in.; fir, 16 to 24-in.  Also wood cutting. Full 4-foot cord  cut to lengths stated above and  sold as cord. Bogert & Adsitt, Enderby.  ANOTHER DISASTER AT SEA  The Atlantic steamship from Rotterdam to New York, named Voltur-  no, with 657 passengers and crew on  board, took fire in mid-ocean and in  a terrific gale, on Oct. 10th, and it  is reported from the vessels which  were called to her rescue by wireless  that 236 of the passengers and crew  are missing.  Bank of Montreal  '   Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 ��������������������������� R������������������t,  $1I,000,00������������������  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona nnd Mount Royal 3. *J. to. Q.  President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vioe-Presideni,H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, aud interest allowed at current ratee.  Interest credited "iOth June and 31st December.  R3NDERBY BRANCH A.  E. Taylor.  Manager  Wonders  Never Cease!  <I Men fling messages  over the ocean without  wires���������������������������fly in the air���������������������������  look through brick walls  with a X-Ray. Wonders  never cease!  ttii Columbia tones Co. Ltd  OF VANCOUVER, B.C.  Carry only one grade of NURSURY STOCK, and that THE BEST!  There is nothing to'approach TREES GROWN WITHOUT IRRIGATION.  They are hardier, sturdier, shaplicr, better calipered and vastly sup������������������rior  in root system to irrigated stock.  Isn't this the kind of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS,  ROSES,-etc., you want? fT    "G1    P    "PTarH^      ������������������  Ask our local representative, ���������������������������"��������������������������� J-^������������������   V-^������������������   i-J-CtlllO  to callon you. , He will be delighted  CJ Thirty years ago Hobberlin V determined that  a dormant power should  be brought, forth/ and  made to exert an influence in men's clothes.  And behold! Today that  influence is causing wonder in the entire field of  tailor craft.  f It> the Hobberlin  . twenty - dollar . suit /to  measure. It is our business to z: give wonderful  values���������������������������to<?giv.e; a suit at  $20 that will stand the  criticism of the man who  has paid $25 or $30 elsewhere. '  <I Choose the material  you like best, at a popular price, including those  splendid Mourne Mountain Cheviots, Scotch  tweeds, fancy worsteds,  cassimeres, homespuns.  Whatever: the material,  we guarantee it will be  satisfactory in; fit, style  and tailoring.' To measure at $20.  Sole Agents for  Hobberlin Tailoring  DILL BROS.  ENDERBY B. C.  ]udged larger exhibits, but never any  of similar quality. Armstrong  celery," -too,- is -easily- superior-to that  grown in the famous Michigan celery  belt."  MAKING  THEMSELVES   USEFUL  FOR  SALE���������������������������Heavy horses.     Okanagan Saw Mills, Enderby, B.C.  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking parlors to the Matthews house, on Cliff Sti, west of  George.  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Cardener, landscape and  jobbing gardener. *  A writer in a Shanghai magazine  mentions the excellent work done  there by the Boy Scouts, in the recent Chinese trouble. "Two at least,'  says, he, '-of the Red Cross Hospitals  are appreciating the good work'' that  they are doing, in helping to bandage  the wounded. Night and day at  most of the Reiuge Houses these  Scouts are helping to dispense rice to  the ��������������������������� hungry refugees, and making  themselves useful in directing the  refugees to places of rest."  EARL  JR AGAIN WINS  At Lexington, Ky., on October loth  Earl Jr won the 2.01 pacing race in  straight heats from Braden Direct.  The purse was $1500; Braden Direct  came in second, with Ross K. third.  ^o=be=held=m-Vernon  TO-DAY  mM^Mm^^^mmsmm^m.  FOR SALE  No. 1 Seed Wheat, Timothy  and Alfalfa Hay.' For further particulars apply to���������������������������  F. R. E. DeHart  Kelowna B.C.  or N.  E. Landon,  on the ranch  Enderby  Fix up your House, Barfc,  and Outbuilding's  Here are   somo   spocials in lumberwbile 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. E���������������������������<urby  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Ifl prepared to furnish straight blocks and am personally responsible only  veneer blocks, cement brick, lawn for such accounts as are contracted  vases,  peer   blocks,   chimney blocks   by me or on my order.  NOTICE  I have taken -over the business of  Adsitt & Bogert until Jan. lst, 1914,  also lime and cement.  Leave orders early.  R. C.  ADSITT.  Enderby, B.C., Oct. 9th, 1913. THE    PRESS.    ENDERBY,    BRITISH   'COLUMBIA'  'fs-'l  1*1  And a Ring That Was Thought  to Be Lost.  Dy  SARA   M'CONNELL.  ties   be  most disliked���������������������������she' acted  out  acute surprise.   He put a stiff er guard  j upou  himself.  A   sriffer  guard!    She  ended   it  by!  another  name.    She  hated  him wnen  he was like that.    How futile be made  hor feel, how trivial, how vain!   Well,  nt least, she would make Jiim feel once  more ancl betray it.    She would wring  out of him it protest.  And   ihen   her   mind   misgave   her.  i Was she being left with the situation  i on her hands?   Would he accept with- 1  j out protest'.'    Would  he never speak? ���������������������������  Sin?  looked  up and  then  down  again  I to   her   un gloved   hand  on  which   his  WHAT VOTE IS: IGNORANT?  The   Answer   Seems  to   Depend   Upon  the Point of View.  Dr. Anna Howard*Shaw is constantly called upou iu public to answer the  argument against the "ignorant vote."  projected by people who are afraid of  it.   Dr. Shaw is not afraid of it and  takes frequent occasion to show why,  and'also to show how relative a term  }' ignorance is, how much a matter of the  AEROPLANES'IN WARFARE.  Va  ������������������-"tiJ I  pyes were fixed.    A seal ring of Her-  belt's took the place of the one that  He was busy getting the thought of   Was ,f)St     A jo[.e_a stupid joke-but  hsr out of hi.s mind, sore put to it. to ! stupidity lenL hern stammering tongue,  be free and his own man again. She ; "Ooruc. George.'" she called after  was capricious. Inconstant, vain: she | liim. hut she entreated only an inllexi-  was self willed and full of wiles; she { bio back. With Herbert's name on her  vas���������������������������ob. she was Alexandra Lee. He | lips and Herbert's ring on her linger,  .would uot think of tier. * she was indeed left committed to the  A great deal that had happened that i situation the last of ber desiring,  night was blurred to him. Hut the *******  bang of the carriage door as they Alexandra flaunted Herbert Hartley  started home reverberated in his mind i iu (>reenfield's face. She waved him  like the crack of doom. Jt had slipped | llbro.ld (jL-_ a _,nmier> jf t_.e town  from his hand and swung to with a . ourLuneCi wjti_ rumors of ber. she help-  crash. Alexandra's laugh mocked him. [ _d lhe rumor wax% DUt helped it to no  "With any oue else, George, I'd have  said the door slammed."  He remembered how she looked as  he turned, something strange in her  eyes that matched, in impression, the  misty multitudinous rufliiugs and bil-  lowings of her gown���������������������������that frivolous,  fluttering, elusive green tulle he bad  watched all evening as she danced  with every other man in the room���������������������������  with Herbert Hartley, a .dawdling,  gangling derelict, a signpost to every  path but that of rectitude���������������������������of all men  ln the world. Herbert Hartley!  ��������������������������� From her carriage corner Alexandra  Blghed. "I've had such a good time,  and now I suppose there's the piper  to pay."  "If  you   mean  there  la  Hartley to  settle for"���������������������������  "Herbert? .You've a tone that hints  at 'thirdly and fourthly, brethren.'and  poor Herbert!   He's so much more of  a song than a sermon."  ;K,That began it.   He had never meant  to quarrel, only to deal with her in a  firm, prompt fashion, as a man should.  But he lecjured her.     -  jT'She "bent down as he ended.    "Are  tou there, Alexandra?" she asked of  the floor.   "Poor dear, there is nothing  left to pickup.'   Ob, I'm', tired, tired!  I'm stifled.    1 cau't breathe.    There,  \ake  it  back!"     And -she  tossed   the  ring across  to-, him..   "Now-one  can  draw a frpe breath."  '^"Alexandra!" he begged.  ;_'"But he had cut. and she meant he  ebould pay." And  hers'was-a pretty,  gift of table turning.      - u  **---���������������������������  -   He held his anger down.    No more  -doors  should  slaui   by  chance  about  'him, and it was "only as they neared  the house that be interrupted:  "We   haven't  gained  anything   this  ' way.   Discuss me again.   The point is  Herbert Hartley." -   -  "Then   1   must   put   on   my   bonds  again?   Where is the ring?"  But he hadn't the ring.  ,,'   "You had it last."  :   "1 laid it in your lap."  But it was not in her lap. on the  'seat nor in  the carriage.    Alexandra  laughed.   "Oh. thrifty George, are you  sure you've not taken it back for safe  keeping?"  He stood a long moment at her door.  "And Hartley?" he said.  Insistence was match to her powder.  ���������������������������"iBnw-pnn-l-an?iwer-iinless_we're_eu_.  gaged?   And people can't be engaged  without rings, cau they. George?   You I  seem   to  think  with mine on   that   1  fail to remember.   Bring it back to me  nnd���������������������������good night."  After ti week ot wrnth mingled with  pain he got.blmself under control and  . explanation.  But with her family there was one  topic that, like the weapon used in  committing a crime, seemed always  impossible to dispose ot. The uile  green tulle���������������������������why didn't she wear it?  And tbat was the oue thing she couldn't  do. _,  It was their house dressmaker that  In'a measure vanquished her at last.  "One, two. three." measured the woman. "That's only once and a quarter,  arid I'll ueed as much again. Those  ruffles ou your nile green underpetti-  coat���������������������������they're a match. Miss Alexandra,  and we're in a hurry."  Alexandra weut-into her room, shutting the door behind. The tulle hung  upon the hooks with a kind of defiant  grace, as If "it still held something of  its owner's quality. She took the gown  down slowly and spread it gently out  upon the bed. " How happy she bad-  been when she had' woru it���������������������������the last  time she had' been happy!  She had meant they should have a  memorable ev.ening, she -and George  and the gown. And bow had it so  fallen out? ' Coquetry? What did it  mean except that if it were good to ba  with George it was a'joy still subtler  to dance i\way with, some oue else  knowing" his eyes . held her. followed,  her, and that for' each "the crowded  room held only the other? Provocation, alluring, half a-mystery to herself, it was'like" a fold of the silk,that  shimmered" over its silk lining.   ; ���������������������������������������������������������������;--  She slipped down upon the floor by  the bedside and began to .rip 'the  (Jounces. What was it he said that had  made her so angry? Her vanity was  as endless as her caprice. Heshoulda'--  have said it. and yet���������������������������it was true  enough. Well, she bad warned him.  He was well rid of her. He had come  out of the matter with a better grace'  than sho bad. except about the ring  No doubt it had been fouud long ago  lt angered   ber  afresh   to think bow  point of view.  "If you want io see real intelligence,"  Bhe.says, "go down on the east side Id  New^'ork, as I no. nlKl ullow yourself  to be questioned. Once, when 1 had  answered questions until late in the  evening, a young Russian girl came to  me and said: '1 believe everything you  say. Of course, we who havo suffered  and have been driven from our country h.*3id who have a constant fight to  live know the conditions aud what we  need. But how about those ignorant  women in Fifth avenue around the  park, who have never done any ot  these things? They will not understand.'  ' "After that I went into a meeting in  a Fifth avenue home, where I saw  women of position and wealth, women  euch as.I had never before seen at a  suffrage meeting. At the close of the  meeting one of them came to me and  said: 'Of course, suffrage is all right  for women such as are here. I believe  everything you say. But how about  the ignorant women on the east side?' "  ���������������������������New York Post. "  POWDERED  CANE  SUGAR.  /taly Proves Their Value I:v Her War  Against Turkey.  When the prediction was made, not I  long ago. that the aeroplane would be j  an .important factor in future warfare, j  it was considered absurd by many oi j  those who had given special study to  the   subject.    Why,   did   not  experiments show  that th*e���������������������������machine could  not be depended upon?   Pshaw!   Thy  enemy could riddle it in loss than no  time.     Such   arguments   found   iavor  with  those  versed  in  tlie  science  of  wur, as well as with others identified  witn aviation.   Tlie air was full of discussions pro and con when���������������������������unexpectedly came tho news that Italy was at  war witli Turkey and that a fleet, or  flock, of aeroplanes was to be put. in  commission over in Tripoli.  Results' have .fulfilled the prophecy  and tlic-flying machine has proven itself a distinct necessity. It wns, perhaps, in defensive work that the airman provided the be.st _evulence of Ms  value. Scouts, noting tim enemy's  plans, position and manoeuvres, furnished reports which brought about  severe losses to the Arabs' offensive  movements. As for the aggressive, tlie  aeroplane has yet to prove its worth.  Bombs dropped by aviators caused  much disorder within .the Turkish  ranks, but comparatively liltlt* damage. Effective service was rendered by  officers circling above the line of battle, directing the fire of the big guns  of the battleships, as well as that of  mountain artillery.  France has long been the leader in  aviation, and has gained an advantage  over  other -nations  by  early  rucogni-  ������������������������������������������������������-tion   of  the  value   of  aeronautics  in  fo  *p  Is  a  wrote her. But the answer came back  the same absurd, maddening, almost J surely not-  insulting reiteration-the ring, always j ������������������������������������*���������������������������***  the'ringf "A perversity" lirst. or a pre-j- "'Alexa!" -He had come at her urgent  lext. did she use it now as a weapou? ���������������������������! summons, but hotly rebellious, And yet  He hadn't the ring, she knew. j Alexn. there before him-a curious tig-  Life was turmoil once Alexandra en- ��������������������������� nre hung about with green silk rullles  An   English    Physician   Says   It  Powerful  Heart Stimulant.  Sugar has had its champions as well  as its opponents. Its advocates have  declared that, aside from its nourish-,  ing value, it carries with it a quicli  stimulation that is without perceptible  reaction. '"���������������������������*  "On'tbe other side," says the Bakers'  ���������������������������Weekly, "we have had radical utter  arices connecting sugar with some o!  the most incurable of organic diseases  But an English physician recently contended that cane sugar is almost-a spe  cific in the .treatment of certain dis  eases of the" heart. Emphasis is laic  upon cane sugar."  Dr. F. S. Locke of King's college,  London, has kept the heart of a mammal beating, for eighty to ninety hours  iifter death' of the animal simply bj  keeping the"-' heart muscles sprinkled-  wilh powdered cane sugar. These later experiments with cane sugar, especially with reference to dilation of the  heart muscles. "sFr"7*?' that iu numerous  cn������������������es cures have b.-eu effected that arc  of three or four years' standing. %���������������������������, "  -..->*������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������'-��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������-"���������������������������-���������������������������"���������������������������"���������������������������   -y  Felling Trees With Wire.  The axman is being put out of business in the forests of Germany by rbc  Introduction of a new method of fell-  lug trees. by the friction of a steel  wire, which Is able to work its way  through a twenty inch tree in about  six minutes. The wire is drawn rap-  idi;y about the tree and the heat generated by (he friction is suflicient tc  carbonized kerf, which is  and cleaner than the cut  of a saw. The charcoal layer adhering  to the trunk is extremely thin and allows the structure and any disease oi  tbe wood to be distinctly recognized.  There are many advantages in this  method, notably, no waste, decreased  labor, absence of all apparatus usually  always cutting and tearing something  dear to her. i  And the rutlles must come off. they!  said. She bent nearer. She might us j  well tear and be clone. ' j  What was this hard thing on which'  the scissors struck and caught?   Not,.  Jn ber baud lay the ring.   ,  stubborn be bad been not to have told! ������������������ *ieu "���������������������������'   li;  her.    The-wav to make her feel how   J>uin a ��������������������������� ������������������ <���������������������������*  ..   , ��������������������������� *-.. mil ur,,. L.n      both smoother  small she was was not to tell her so���������������������������j ^ ^     ^    rrh  that never serred-but to take the bigj "  way and put her in the wrong by be- J  ius' generous.    If be had given ber a j  chance,"half a chance��������������������������� j  The scissors snipped, snipped. It;  was thus she had laid a sharp tool on '  ber happiness.    She  was cutting the!  in close quarters not sufficient for met  choppers.  Five Forgotten Favorites.  Five famous women whom many  think of as having passed away year?  ago were recently all under one roof at  the opera In New York city. They were  Maggie Mitchell, fhe once famous actress; l/itta Crabtree, the famous "Lot  ta"of "lho~slage. of ~her~day;~aiid three  song birds. Annie Louise Gary, Clara  , Louise Kellogg and Emma C. Thursby.  would  warfare, fostered by liberal appropria  tions by the Government. Fate decreed, however that Italy should have  t.he advantage, through her war with  Turkey, of being the first to gain  practical experience in utilizing this  new arm of service. But the demonstration will prove of value to all the  powers."       ���������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������   N  While England. Germany, 'Russia  Hnd Japan haye spent considerable  sums of moneyin experimenting witli  aeroplanes and dirigibles, the United  States has done very little. The army  received a congressional appropriation  last year of $125,000, and has probably a dozen qualified aviators and  less than that many maclnnes. Tim  navy has also made some experiments,  including trials of the hydro-aeroplane, an invention of recent date.  The slow development of flying is not  due to the lack of an appropriation,'  or to the lack of aeroplanes, however,  but  rather  to the Jack  of.officers to  the'  operate them,   'mz^gg-ip^^,/  Literal   Interpretation. -  A sneak thief had got into the car  and made off with a fellow traveler's  pocketbook. A greeny", who was evidently on his first trip to -the city;  had taken the episode in with a certain amount of relish and, despite  his supposed greenness, apparently  knew" more about the identity of the  guilty, one than any one present when  the" alarm "svas xaised. _,-__.-  He touched the"conductor on the  arm and pointed to a \man who was  hurrving down the" block for dear life.  "Tljere's the" thief," he- chuckled  dryly.  the conductor turned on him  sharply.  "You   fool! If yer saw 'im pick-  in' th' gent's pocket why didn't yer  report 'im 'stead o' lettin' 'im slip off  that  way?" ..   _���������������������������  "That sign up there scared me," re-  returned-the  hayseed.  "What sign?"  "Th' one thet sez 'Beware of Pickpockets'."  And   yet   the   average   person  tpi-pd, and ho remembered with what' Alexn. grieved, remorseful, pouring her   1)|ive sflj(1  (hut  (ne ,najorjry oC n,0,se  perverse astuteness she had said her-   heart out.  How was it possible lo with-   vomon p!lsSt;(i inv!ly years ago.  On tho  Keif: "I'm  like a  mustard  plaster on ; _tand ber?  your mind.    You'd better take me off ;  before 1 raise u blister." ,  But she was In evory wind that1  blew, aud without her nothing was i  worth while lhat once had been. j  So for a fortnight he had gone about! obnoxious name,  his   accustomed    ways.   and.   though;    -you'll have to marry me to save me  "And 1 suppose." hc said, the ring  half back in its place again-"I suppose  I'll have to. marry you to save you  from"���������������������������  Uut she would not let him speak tho  many a (hitter of familiar skirts had '  set his heart a-jnmp, yet he never had  met Alexa since that night. Then a  case of some importance took him out  of town with such sharp demand upon  all his faculties that he had known a  sort of respite.  But back in the town his work was  all to do again. Oe wont his way  down to his office. He bowed to people who drove past with'a swift hope  tbat Alexa would not be with them.  And then unexpectedly with a group  near the Flurds���������������������������there was Alexa!  Yes, it was Alexandra and Evelyn  Hurd and with them Herbert Hartley.  The group stood until he had almost  reached them, when Hartley' turned,  and Evelyn went back to fhe house,  ���������������������������while. Alexa stopped by the Kurds'  [waiting carriage.  He knew she had seen him long before, but���������������������������it was one of.her. Insinceri-  from Alexandra Lee.  Testing For Butter Fat.  The percentage of butter fat in milk  'depends almost entirely upon the individuality of the cow. The breed has  something to do with It, of course, but  not so much as. the individuality. Feed  cuts no tigure. It Is possible to increase the flow of milk by proper feeding, but not the percentage of butter  fat. The Bnbcock test Is the only  means by which this percentage can  be determined, and this is a good thing  to use before purchasing dairy stock.  Liberty.  Liberty is the right to do what th*  laws allow, and If a citizen could do  what they forbid it would be no longer  liberty, because others would have the  same powera.���������������������������Montwquleu.  I (on trary, they are all halo nnd hearty.  ; But we quickly forget "favorites" ot  stage and'opera.���������������������������Ladies' Home Jour-  j rial.    The Cost of War.  The annual war budget of the following ten nations is. in round numbers: Spain, 'v.lO.OOO.OtX); Turke.?. $:>">.���������������������������  000.000: Austria, $S^.OO0.O0C, Italy,  $<)i>.000,000; Japan. fr'S.OOO.OOO: France,  $'-'33,000,000; Germany, $217,000,000;  Kussia, $2Sr>,000.000; Great Britain,  ftfl'J.000.000; United States. $282,000,-  000. the total of which is $1.053,000,000.  It will be seen by reference to the figures that the United States comes third  iu the list, being u close second to Russia, with rireat Britain leading Kussia  by a few millions.���������������������������New York American.  From  His Own  Lxperfence.  A   west  end   schoolteacher   was  attempting fo drill the class in the use.  of   the   word   "felt,"    She   expected j  some of the children to say "The ice j  felt cold" or "The stove felt hot," ot*!  something of that sort. She was much  discouraged when one little alien who  had  raised   his  hand   to  volunteer  a  sentence said, "I felt down stairs."   Admir-alls^Retir-ement.��������������������������� =:  Rear-Admiral W. O. Storey, who has  retired, is 53 years of age and entered  the service in January, 1S72, serving  as a midshipman in the .Malay Peninsula in 1875-7C, for which lie lias n  medal  with  clasp. __  Specially promoted to lieutenant in  September, 1382, he served in th������������������  Dryad during the operations near  Suakin in 188-1, and became commander iii._.J;vje.J8fJ(S-   After filling various position's oi importance, he wa.-: in April, l!)G!l, appointed to the command of the Eastern Coastguard district, with headquarters at Harwich. Tl.is post he  vacated on October 1 last, a fortnight  after hire promotion to flag rank, at  the same time relinquishing a good  service pension.  Social Amenities of tho Schoolgirl.  If there is oue way more than another In which a young girl can show  bad form it is in the way she treats  the men acquaintances of an older sister. Bad to relate, the type of pert  younger sister exists, even flourishes,  unless there be a strong band to put  her down. And because older persons  frequently laugh nt her and the girl  succeeds In "fussing" her older sister  the younger ono considers herself a  huge success and continues In a manner or wilh lack of it calculated to croy^"  are a prejudice "against herself thai.  only long years can wipe out,     - "    -w ���������������������������  If there is ever a time when a young-  girl will do" wefl to keep herself out of:  the way lt is when the friends of her  older sister are present. Grownup per-  eonB, parents and their frleuds have a  certain toleration of children, little or  big, which plrls and boys of nineteen  and twenty cannot be expected to have*  There really isn't any use Iu a littic  sister making herself unpopular, even  if she does create a laugh while so doing, and there Is no question that Bh������������������  will be heartily under the ban of an  oldeh clster whom the other makes ���������������������������  target for ber sharp tougue or whose  secrets -sh* ".fives uway" because th������������������  child thinks they are funny.  To tell the truth. It is uot only th������������������  grown girl who will appear better by  the younger cue's absence, but the "little sister" herself will gain greater popularity. Grown girls and men who go  to see oue of their own set do not car*  to have their, time and attention monopolized by one who is too young for  their notice or at least whom they consider to be such, Yet because they art  well "bred they i*������������������ust be polite.������������������o her,  being annoyed proportionately.  One great objection toa young girl'*  being  with   her older sister's  frienda  and probably "the strongest reasoti why  she should not be is the almost irresistible   temptatiou   to  talk   personalities,  frankly to tell what she knows, not always, stopping there, but unconsciously  exaggerating.   It is uot at all improbable that (be others may find this nmus-, ���������������������������  \n%, even-instructive, iirtlie:side-llghta~-.  thrown ou^he, characteristicsj*)f older-  sister and'her friends, but' that,- as. k  -  rule, is far from desirable.    If it is a (i  Joke the younger girl tells or a personal  ���������������������������act thiit would be unknown save for-'  her it is remembered iu the set'of ac--  flGafntances aud also That the younger  .one divulged.      -   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������        :.-",..-��������������������������������������������� -''^  The listeners' may be highly Interest*  ed at the time, unwittingly -flattering-,  the juvenile talker by their attention,,  but it..counts against' her later, just tli������������������.  BAine. Not only does sho make herself; .  vwstly. unpopular with.her own family,  but outsiders are prone to consider her  _,_ "terror," saying, "She ought, to be  suppressed," themselves developing s  fear of "her tongue that makes.-them. ,  prefer her absence to her presence.'   ���������������������������_���������������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������  The same is true if the yoiluger slater-refrains from personalities and-  merely, occupies the attention of her  elsterTs friends in other ways. Sh������������������  puts herself forward then undesirably.  She gains the reputation "of being pert,  and instead of their regarding her as a  sweet._uiid__attracti.ve._young_.glrl they.  Not   ns   It   Sounded.  Used as he was to scenes of turbu-  lence, no doubt even the conductor  would have been shocked had he not  beon right on the spot to see what  occasioned the shrill outcry. Me -called out "Kisrhly-ninth street!" and immediately a startled voice rang out:  "Oh, wait a minute, till I yet mv  clothes  off!"  Kverybody stood up and craned  necks over their neighbors' shoulders.  What they saw was a laundress tugging' at'a clothes basket which had  got wedged in the. doorway.  think of her as one to be avoided.  The surest way out of the temptation  of beiug funny at the expense of an  older sister and her friends is to keep  away from where they are. *-  That does not preclude "having fun"  with the older sister wheu thero is na  one else about.   The   Little   Boy.  The  little   boy   sat  under  a  shade  free" with "his" back" against" ils" trunk"  ancl tendorlv nibbed his inflamed eye.  "When f'm rich." said the littlo  boy. "I'll buy something nice for  mo thij i1."  Mc was a fairly good little boy and  he didn't iorgot the conventionalities.'  "But first,," said the little boy, 'Til  build a big jail a mile high an' I'll  hire a thousand p'licenien an' I'll have  a cell full o' rats, and then I'll put  that red headed Jittlc gink of a Bobby  Moses.in it fer blackin' my eye!" -  For in the normal mind of youth  revenge is sweeter than love.  A   Deep  Thinker.  The'new-teacher ��������������������������� was somewhat uncertainas to the nationality of her  latest charges. She was not kept long  in doubt, however. "Yoke," she wrote  True  to   Life.  Manager���������������������������The critics pay that in  fhe play. "A Wronged Wife," you  do not. exhibit enough emotion when  your husband leaves you, never to  return.  Popular .Actress���������������������������Oh, I don't, dmAt  I? Well, I've hnd two or three husbands leave me, never to return, and  I guess T know as much,.about how  to act under those circumstances as  anybody.  ;j\  A <S  Not  Holding   His  Own.  Whon   at   collnee   a   fellow   student  on the board, then asked in her most   always managedvto be away on Sun-  sly   day.    At last   his   companion?   dis-.  musical tones as she looked graciously  round the class, "Can any little boy  or girl tell me the meaning uf ihat  word?"  A small blond boy raised his h,and.  "Ay know," he said hoarsely. "It'll ess when you say aoiuet-uif funny,"  covered that he went courting, and,  wishing to have a bit of fun, they  sent  him   the  following  telegram:  "Hope you are holding your own."  Ho wired back direct:  "Cannot get rid of the old folks ��������������������������� or  I should be." /  ^  Thursday, October 23, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  OF CANADA.  Paid-up Capital. Reserve Tund (JO Orys aaa  and Undivided ProlIU (Over) VO,049s*VVU  Total Assets (Over)   ������������������69,000,000  Distance is Wo Barrier  against carrying on your banking  easily and conveniently. Just  mail us your grain cheques, money  orders or cash for deposit, your  notes or bills for collection, or  your cheques to be cashed, with  your passbook, and.we cau handle  your account as satisfactorily as  if you were present for each'  transaction.   -  Banking by Mail is a great  saver of time and travel. Ask  our Manager about it.  Intty Brans*!,   w. d. c. mm, mum  The Cost and Waste of Effort in  Over-Organization in Small Cities  This is thc way   an eastern college [ this,  or if anyone working on a sal-  professor    expresses    himself   on the! ary does not do this, then condemna-  question oi tlie over-organization of  church and social life in most parts  of the country, to which brief reference wns made in these columns last  week:  "This is a problem of thc man in  the town and smaller city. ( It probably has little significance in the lar-  tion follows, probably loss of trade  or lossi of position. To keep nip  adds greatly to the cost of living.  "Two things are possible as remedial measures, it would seem. We  have put sanity into some of our  holiday entertainments through the  arouse public   opinion.     May it not  ger   cities,  but   this   I do  know,  itj'be possible to put   more sanity into  surely does apply to towns and citieafthis matter of organization?  Second  of from 2,000 to    25,000.     The p'rob- it is not more   unreasonable to cen-  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Com-  munion;   11    a.m.,    Morning  Prayer;  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer.  REV. C. REED.  '.    Vicar.  lem is   nothing   more   than    that of  mark's entertainment and the manner  in which it is furnished. The entertainments are put   on for the social  and    intellectual    betterment  of    thei our physical food  community, to relieve the weary and  careworn for a brief period and thus  make life more pleasant. The advertisements, read something like the  foregoing, but the actual fact is that  most of these so-called entertainments are the   schemes of "some pro-  sor the intellectual and. social food of  a community and to regulate the  quantity in' some degree to the actual demand   than   it is to regulate  THE RESULT THAT COUNTS  ENDERBY METHODIST  CHURCH  Sunday Services-Divine-Worship at j is not always an easy matter  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.-  Out of the Chateaguay election and  the discussion as to what brought  about a Government victory, one  fact 'emerges, namely that a seat in  the province .of Quebec, carried by  motor, local or otherwise, to procure'the Liberals at the general election  money for some c^use.'    ��������������������������� , two years-ago,    has    been carried by  "Some will say at once that this the, Conservatives. There may be  is no problem, that A man may se- differences of opinion upoo every  lect what he ^desires and' let the rest ������������������ther point that can be made by  go, but the actual experience of many either party as to what the election  persons is quite to the contrary.   It implies, but there   can be no dispute  Thea- on this    one.      And it is the    result  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.  'pr  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E, CRANE,  A������������������������������������np-als������������������ f������������������r Church En^ Parlor Organs  Also Fire and Life- Insurance  Ofiicein BELL trick block  ters and- moving   pictures  are man-,tnat    counts    in     politics.���������������������������Victoria  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St. Andrews  Sunday   Services���������������������������11 a.m.  and 7:30  p.m.";. Y.P.S.C.E., Monday,  7:30 p.m.4  REV- J. A. DOV/, Pastor.  The individual goes  he sees fit.. But  .   FIRST- BAPTIST  CHURCH  Sunday '   Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  .10 a.m.;   regular    service,  3:30 p.m.;  Prayer service," Wednesday,  7:30 p.m.  -- " - REV. B: ,G.. STEWART,-Pastor.  -' '.."PROFESSIONAL "'  aged on "such a basis, generally, that Colonist  it is no problem  or remains away as  these constitute only a small part of  what the average man is called upon  to patronize.      It   is   the entertainment     under   the   auspices   . of    the  church, the lodge, the boys' club, the  girls'  society that, presents the difficulty.     These entertainments are put  on for    various-.purposes, of course,  but usually 'the   organization- is very  much'in need   of    the   money.'- This-  seems a sure and an."easy method of  Enderby Agent  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS  estimates  cheerfully  furnished  DEPARTMENT OP WORKS  'Q/'L-: WILLIAMS  '��������������������������� '     ,.      ��������������������������� Dominion 'and '  Provincial Land Surveyor  . Bell Block  Enderby, B.C.  T)R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon,  9 to 10:30  -   . Afternoon, 3 lo 4  Evening. G:30 to 7:30   "  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and Geoi-freSts. ENDEKBY  SECRET SOCIETIES  NOTICE TO; CONTRACTORS __-  - Grindrod .School .,  SEALED'. TENDERS, .superscribed  'Tender-f6rGrindrocl School," will  getting it.--Sometimes-it proves' to be received'by" the Hon: the" Minister  be. anything else than easy; "but there of Public'Works up*--to noon of Wed-  is-always' fascination "in" having the'nesday, the 20th day.of October, 1913  other fellow pay. -' "      'for "the erection and'.coinpletio/of a  "But does not the public demand large one-room school and conven-  this very ."thing ? , Must " we not bYience at "Grindrod, in the. Okanagan  amused ?     However    we may answer District.      .  the last question, it is certain that} Plans, _specifications, contract, and  the 'public 'is hot always-happy over" forms of tender may be seen "on-'and  the paying. vIt Is also certain that after the 13th day of October," 1913,  the public, or that part of it on sal- at the*, office of Mr. D. McEwen, Sec-  ary, ^cannot- help itself to any great retary .to the School Board, Grind-  extent:.    It may turn down some of rod;      Mr.    L.    Norris,    Government  ENDERBY, B; C.  Furniture :  and Household Goods ���������������������������  Carpets, Linoleums and Wicker Goods:'. -     ''->."   "     '-'/���������������������������      "--: ���������������������������  '  '. - Picture Framing- and Upholstering./..-'.I.':  .. 7 7.  Undertaking- and Embalming;  this cannot be Agent, Vernon; or thc Department-of  H. E, BLANCHARD  \V. M.  A.F.&A.M.  knderby Lodjre No. 40  ilegular meetings first  Thursday on or afterjthe  full moon at 8 p. m. jn Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invfted.  WALTER ROBINSON   Secretary-   these promoters,'" but  done in all cases. Works,  Victoria, B.C.    ,  'Let, us assume the average case. Intending tenderers can obtain" one  Jones.has" a son on'the high.school'copy of plans and specifications by-  football team, a daughter in a girls' applying to the undersigned;' for" the  club, a wife deriving the intellectual!sum of $10 (ten dollars),- which will  and social benefits of a woman's club;be refunded' on    their return in good  "V -' .>{:  ���������������������������*>'."-"r-"-i., . .  -:.-_.: y "-Jfil  ; Ay/7^w  - ji- ~y -"*-*'.'������������������?'i  ?A" r-.i^iP-"? I *****3.^Sl A? L  i. - i y-5-hiT'  "'- V] ^"VPs***  -'-' ���������������������������.'**. ii-Kr"8*-  '/^.AjZA/y  '",''. ''-A Ary  A *"> ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������ ''^1  .v. .-yyj  Maintains its; HIGH STANDARD OP QUALITY:,:Each.  Sack contains .flour-that will .act like the "last sacl^a'n'cl-  ahvays give ypu GOOD .results in 'BREAD*, baking.-' We.  exercise no end of CARE :in CLEANING aud WASHING"  wheat,7and'also in milling our Moffet's Best Flour.- This  all  means success to the baker. -    ��������������������������� -  ,-  " s       *.. - I  ^jO^-J. o. o. p.  Af^^^^T^^^ Eureka Lodge. No. 50  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. 0.  0. P. hull, Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always welcome. ' GEO. BELLAMY, N. O  HOWARD LOGAN, V. G  R. E. WHEELER. Sec'y.   J. U, GAYLORD. Trcas.  ^fl-S^ rirrs' Moots evory Monday evening  ^tote&T V! K. of 1'. Jh.ll. Visitors coi-  ^i^/V-sT dially invited lo attend.  ^'"S^ftt* T. E. RODIE, O. C.  C. E.STRICKLANU. K.R.S.  .JOHN BURN'HAM  while he himself belongs to a lodge,  a business men's club and participates in some church activity. There  is no doubt in his mind at all concerning thc    worth    oLJ-M-Qrganjgai  order.  ENDERBY   LODGE  _-N.0--3.5-K.-������������������nv  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of    deposit   on    a   chartered   bank of Canada,_ma_de_payable_to_the.  tion, but everyone needs money and'Hon. the Minister of Public Works,  most of them will seek that money,'for a sum equal to 10 per cent, of  at some time through the course of-tender, which shall be forfeited if the  purveying entertainment for the pub-j party tendering decline to enter into  lie       If  Jones    seeks   to    have   his I contract when called upon to do so,  YOUR   GROCER   SELLS   IT  If   he   does not,   call   up   our   office,    'Phone  41.  neighbor help out in this process, on  thc assumption, of course, that the  neighbor would be delighted and  greatly benefitted, then Jones must  return -the - compliment - by "going" to  thc entertainments that his neighbor's set of organizations puts on.  "It is    just   drinking around,   you  know.     In  the end this man realizes  POLITICAL  -.--  M.F.  Hall suitable forConcurls, Dances and all public .  ���������������������������nu.ru.nm.nu.   ^ ^^gg | thnt of his salary much has gone to  ���������������������������  "' 'keep himself in    the   good esteem of  his promoter friends, men, women  and children. He has paid much out  for this, and, while he has enjoyed  much, there is an ugly feeling in his  J heart when he looks at his bank ac-  J count, and he may say some mean  things to his wife and to his grocer  for his greed in   selling needful sup-    J plies.       The   cause   may    have been  Daily trains both  ways from  Sica- 'worthy,  the entertainment may have  mous Junction to Okanagan Landing: J been very pleasing,  but in the great  ]?NDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, H. M. WALKER j  President. Secretary  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  or if he fail to complete the work  contracted for. The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful  tenderers'will be returned to then?  upon the "execution ~of "the" contract"  Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the form supplied,  signed with the actual signature of  the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.  Tlie lowest or   any tender not ne-  essarily accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH,  Public  Works  Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C., October llth, 1913  COLUMBIA   FLOURING   MILLS   CO. Limited.  i t.  South  bound  read down  10.20  (Lv)  10.51  11.05  11.19  11.45  11.53  12.03  12.30  12.50 (Ar)  IT. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  North;' multiplicity     of    organizations     has  STATIONS bound , come the inability to support all and  read up the thing is overdone.  Sisamous  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  Jet   (Ar)  17.35  'The    democratization    of  our  life  16.50, may be responsible for the multipli-  16.34 city  of   organization.       The  greater  16.19; '^ number of such organizations thc  15.50 more opportunity there is for each of  15.42 us to satisfy   that   desire for public  15.30 activity,  to   fill   an oflice, but it al!  15.05 takes money.  (Lv) 14.50'    "We  feel   that   wc   are  unable,  ar  JNO.BURNHAM  club members, to pay, and so we as!  Agent        Jthe public   to   help   out   in a mos'  Enderby        worthy   cause.      If   it   does not do  THIS  is a  HOME  DYE  that  ANYONE,  can use  Fire, Life, Accident  '      INSURANCE ACENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruil  Lnnd Hay Lnnd  Town Loti  tlii0 Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The rhocnix Insurnnco Co. of London.  L)n-lon.L.in������������������,������������������shiro Fire Insurance Co.  KoyaUnsnranccCo.,01 Liverpool (Life dept  The London & Lancashire Guaranteo  Accident. Co., of Canada.  BKLL BLOCK.   ENDERBY  DYOLA  kThe Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  All Kinds of Cloih.  S!,'ln,oSlm.p.,e'No Chance of MlMokca.  TRV  Iti i LrCml to,,,r!cc CoIor C"11 n������������������i' Uooklct,  I The Jolioion-IUchnrdson Co. Limited, Montreal  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 ex-  tensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail-the district thoroughly. The right man who wilf apply himself ean  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building,   TORONTO  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound *>ve  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PREsS THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, October 23, 1913  I  I  ELEVATOR    SINKS  TO  EARTH    'down,   but  although    the   great  bins    'sank   several    feet    below   their true  Winnipeg, Oct. 19.���������������������������Sinking steadily level, the transfer house was not af-  for over twelve hours since Saturday fected and thc bins still held to-  noon,  the huge G. P. R. internal ele- [gether as a unit.  vator at Transcona now is tilted like j The elevator cost about ?700,000,  the leanin? tower of Pisa at an angle but it is not known if it can be sal-  of thirty degrees from the perpendic-' vaged or if it must be demolished  ulnr. The foundation of the great rrnd a new structure erected. As for  structure, which is composed of Go the grain���������������������������if no rain falls into thc  concrete cylinders, five rows of thir- exposed bins there will not be a very  teen each, began to sink at one cor- heavy loss, the chief difficulty in this  ner at the rate of two foot every ten case being the problem of removal  minutes.       With    a   capacity of one before thc close of navigation.  million    bushels,    the   elevator   'was! ���������������������������   nearly    full   of   this    season's grain,!       BENEFIT  DAIRY INDUSTRY  which is exposed   at   the top, owing!    to the massive cupola, containing the i A new policy which, it is predicted,  distributing machinery, having col-'wi11 have a far reaching effect on the  lapsed when the lean of the structure j improvement of the dairy industry in  was too great for its overhanging | British Columbia, is announced by  Dllli_ jHon. Price Ellison,  Minister of Agri-  The first movement-- was noti. ed culture,  shortly after noon on Saturday, and! The value of permanent milk rec-  belore the engineers could do any-!ords has lonS been recognized hy the  thing to stop thc tilting, the bridge Provincial and Dominion Governments as an- actual asset to the  farmer and a benefit to , the dairy  industry, and after months of careful  investigation of the procedure followed in the principal dairy countries of the world, a plan has been  [evolved by the department that, it is  believed, will increase the value of  these annals.  A  competent   inspector,   trained  in  ��������������������������� the, science of cow-testing, ancl a  j complete outfit "for his operations,  'will be allotted  to    every district in  ��������������������������� the Province, pasturing at least 400  j cows within certain limits, the cost  !of his employment being borne partly  | by   the    cow-testing    associations   of  this district and partly by the'Provincial Government. This work will  be supervised by the Dairy Inspector,  ancl will involve the bonusing of the  j associations by a sum amounting to  from S250 to $500 per year.���������������������������Victoria  joining it to the transfer house went  Fresh Table  and Preserving  Fruits  Vegetables  and Relishes  it  You will find these in abundance  in our Grocery Department  how the women of the states have  secured the vote. Mrs. Pankhurst  might be a very sincere woman, but  she is a poor leader and a poorer  teacher. The women of America  have already gained more ground, by  their quiet, sane methods, than- Mrs.  Pankhurst's followers have gained, or  will ever gain, by their methods of  lawlessness and strife.  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 forget all about thc  weather.  F. Pyman is giving purchasing  tickets on a handsome set of Limoge  china.  You will also find there a complete line of Staple and  Fancy Groceries  Choice delicacies for' Christmas  ..-- Cooking, -Nuts, Raisins,  Peels, Etc,  We cater to the Family   trade  W. -J.Woods  Colonist.  WILL LEARN A LESSON  Mrs; Pankhurst, the militant suffragette leader' of England is on a  ,visit to the United, States. She is  1 credited with saying that she is there  "to show the women of America, how  to get the vote,'" but if the truth  were kno'wn,   she    is    there to learn  Notice Our Prices  Robin    Hood    Flour  $1.95   49 lbs  Radium Flour     ...$1.80 49 lbs.  Graham    Flour    $ .50 10 lbs.  Pastry   Flour  $ .50 10 lbs.  Rolled Oats,     48c 8 lbs;     85c 20 lbs.  Wheatlets  10 'lbs,  50c  Middlings ,-..-?1.60 100 lbs  Oat Chop  $1.60 100 lbs  Oats,    whole    cleaned ���������������������������$1.G5\ 100  lbs  Flatted   Oats     $1.75 100 lbs.  Barley Chop  $1.60 100 lbs  Bran  $1.50 100 lbs  Wheat  $2.35 125 lbs  OUR NEW    STOCK OF WINTER  RUBBERS    JUST   IN.      ALL  LINES   AND   SIZES.  POLSON MERCANTILE Co  The broiler door is so roomy '':  and well arranged that a rich  juicy steak or toast can be  done to turn without the  usual tiring, stooping necessary with common ranges.  This and many other exclusive convenient features . increase thc pleasure of kitchen  work ancl should be insisted  upon in the range you buy.  'a\,.m*\*H*a<  '���������������������������V.v".V.'/.-/S  v\'l-:'''"'  &&���������������������������::%  '';���������������������������:���������������������������������������������������������������������������������';.���������������������������.���������������������������:-���������������������������'  .������������������������������������$#?���������������������������; The pokcr-hole  ������������������$���������������������������;:���������������������������:;:���������������������������$ door in  thc   front  ''$00$. ������������������* ^ ^ e   Kootena'r  '���������������������������'wR'&rZ range is in just the  ������������������v..v.v/.v: right place for pok-  :.-\v"'.v.N>7: :_.. J -k U-.  arc   so  dealers  -id mum  ITS    -���������������������������,..���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������;:.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  B. C. HORSE AND LEGION OF -  FRONTIERSMEN PLEASE NOTE  C.  Company    102nd   Rgt.,    issue a  hearty and wclsome invitation to all,  and   particularly'   those;   who are interested    in    military    affairs  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  jarantce   ���������������������������/'/_";':���������������������������:���������������������������:;  lid   range���������������������������   ������������������##:;;������������������  *���������������������������.-.���������������������������.��������������������������� .\z-.iattv&?A������������������i&ite-&2tam&-zj������������������&att,,j������������������Ba& v.-.r:-.......-..-.-:������������������:t.������������������v:vv__������������������_w.v.^^                                       9H|__tfr|v*f*Vl*^l:?'  -,',���������������������������-'.'.���������������������������'���������������������������'-'���������������������������:';  -���������������������������v"*:'-  -     -   ��������������������������� ���������������������������    ��������������������������� ���������������������������   ���������������������������    ���������������������������    ���������������������������.:iy--::tt"'.\  '.;���������������������������::���������������������������  v _Ss_P-���������������������������������������������_..__^^^****^^V  a^mj^^^Bs^^a^E^^^^K^^^^ampa^m ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������*������������������  WW     -   ^������������������r  _���������������������������_ .V_,   _J_F ^^  w     ^   ku^^b   K  ^m   Bi'-  ..-*-?."-.Z..--'..^.f... -  ';r>'-.:y  '& LONDON   TORONTO   MONTREAL -WINNIPEG   VANCOUVER    $/0:\  ':������������������ ST. JOHN; HAMILTON   CALGARY   SASKATOON . EDMONTON    /������������������������������������__%  Sold in,Enderby by FULTON HARDWARE CO;, U&  A new anesthetic has been .discovered, it is said, -which enables pnysi-  cians to render a bill without causing  pain.  Afternoon tea and evening tea" will  be   served    at   Joe's.      When, rdown  town"   take   advantage- of    it' in hisj  cosy tea parlor. -   "*   ��������������������������� - ,   . ���������������������������    -  adies=&Xhi!dren,=Men=&=  t  The Famous Maltese Cross Brand.     Let us supply your  wants in this line.  Quality and price guaranteed.  Ml  Rain Coats���������������������������Oiled Clothing  Two necessary lines at this season of the year.      All sizes and quality  in stock.     Buying these lines from us means a saving for you.  Gloves and Mitts  Lined and unlined���������������������������all leathers���������������������������from 50c up.     Our special,  the "H.B.K." Brand  Overcoats, Dress Suits, Every-Day Suits and Tuxedos  Ready-to-Wear or Made-to-Measure, by the best makers in Canada.       Satisfaction Guaranteed.  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"  ���������������������������  We carry only two lines���������������������������GENT'S FURNISHINGS and SHOES.    All our time is devoted to these lines, therefore we can  give you the BEST in SERVICE, QUALITY and PRICE.  __!______������������������_________.  Gent's  Furnishings  -���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� <  SHOES  Enderby  >-+������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������-+-������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������-������������������. ������������������ + \ # +


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