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 il  J"  -tl  Enderby, B.C., September 11, 1913  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 6; No.' 28; Whole No. 288  Locals of Home Events of Interest  Near Home and Far Away  Wm. Hatcher and J. Warwick returned from the coast on Saturday.  Road Superintendent Lang has 38  road gangs to look al'tcrdn the Okanagan. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Mr. James, the photographer, is  located at Quesnelle, where he will  put in the winter.  The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.  F. Hassard died last Friday night,  and was interred, at the Enderby  cemetery.  Afternoon tea and evening tea will  be    served    at ��������������������������� Joe's.      When .down  town    take   advantage   of    it in his  _ cosy tea parlor.  ���������������������������  . The   "Agricultural , Society,,of Arm-  - strong"  has   received-" ?2,500   for the  --new stock sheds    on -the agricultural  exhibition  grounds.'       - \- ������������������������������������������������������   '*->: .  '.' Rev.-Mr. Peacock-went, to Kelowna  over-Sunday.   *   Rev.   Mr. Henderson  of Armstrong ^occupied .the pulpit Jn  the Presbyterian church. ~   " "Z  A' severe windstorm on Okanagan  lake . the - early part ' of last week  caused - great damage to the fruit  crop in the lake' orchards.  A heavy mudslide on the mainline  near Golden-tied up traffic on the C..  P. R. two or three, -days this week.  Trains are running on time now.  If there is one thing the ordinary  layman enjoys more than another it  is to see a lawyer in the witness box  having to take his-own medicine.  Tenders for the Enderby Drill Hall  to be erected by the Department of  Militia on thc Barnes property opposite the recreation ground, will be  opened on the 15th September.  ���������������������������Rnhert-niip.rry���������������������������became���������������������������too-cheery  the other evening, and Constable  Bailey had' him before Magistrate  Rosoman Saturday morning who  fined him ?5 and costs for being d-d.  The    Okanagan    and    Spallumcheen  Agricultural    Society  has  decided  to  hold    the   second   annual   Okanagan  apple show   at Vernon on Wednesday  -and--Thursday, _Oct.-"'22nd_and_23rd.  Every house fly you see was born  in a manure heap, and there the fly  will lay her eggs from which her offspring will come. Don't "swat" the  fly���������������������������it isn't her fault. Destroy the  manure heaps.  Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Walker left on  Tuesday for Edmonton. Mr. Walker  will attend thc convention of thc  Alberta and Eastern British Columbia Press Association in session there  Sept. 11th and 12th.  Wm Taylor, who now owns the old  Marshall homestead, next to the  Hayhurst ranch, Deep Creek, favored  us with a plate of the finest Trans-  parents the past week we ever have  had the pleasure of eating.   __ ^  Friends of Mr. Wm. Hancock will  regret to learn that Mr. Hancock is  confined to his bed at his home in  Victoria suffering from a broken hip.  It is feared that Mr* Hancock will  be left a cripple as the result of the  injury.  In the International egg laying  contest now on at the coast, the  White Leghorns lead all other' breeds  by nearly 100 eggs in the nine  months the contest has been on. H.  E.p Waby's Barred Rocks stand second in the list in that variety.  Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Watson (nee  Miss Marion McInnis)of New Denver  are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. Pyman.  Born���������������������������On Aug. 20th, at the Cottage Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas.  Ellison, a son. After some days of  anxiety, the. mother rapidly recor .-red  and on Friday, Sept. 5th, "Mrs. Ellison and babe were taken to their hill  home at Lake View ranch.  A very sad drowning fatality, the  first of the kind it, Kalamalka Lake,  occurred last Friday afternoon, when  Guy Charsley was drowned in' about  eight feet of water off the- Indian reserve, near the outlet, of the Coldstream Creek.���������������������������Vernon News.  Bill Miner, the -noted train robber,'  who-escaped ** from ,-Ne'w- Westminster,  prison,- after, holding " up a C-P. .R:  traih near* Mission, B. C.,. some  years ago., and- wasc'afterwards .ar  rested-forua similar ��������������������������� crime in* Georgia  and was sentenced to a long;term of  years, died in prison a few days,ago.  The Misses Carlson and Dunwoodie  who took" the- 'examinations a' few  weeks ago, not being able to attend  school when the regular examinations  were' given owing to illness, received  word on Friday that they' had passed  with i,very high marks. This makes  Enderby.'s total passed, 12 out of 19,  ���������������������������a record" that will compare favorably "���������������������������with -the best schools in the  Province.     .      ���������������������������    -   -  A good goat will yield from one to  two. quarts of milk daily, and costs  from ?2to"$28; and, according to Dr.  Sheldon W. Bull of Buffalo, the "goat  is the only dairy animal immune  from     tuberculosis. Furthermore,  goatis=milk==is=i=richer,^==more=nutr-i--  tious and more easily digested than  cow's milk. Don't let anyone "get  your goat."  Miss Lawson and Miss Ruth Lawson  of Vancouver are visiting Mrs. R. J.  Coltart at Glenoairn Farm.  A very quiet wedding took place at  St. George's Church on Wednesday  between Mr. Robert E. T. Foster,  Denovan Ranch, and Miss Lillian  Ingram Cooke. They left for'a short  holiday down the Lake.  .Mr. N. Rigby Fisher, B.A., of Vancouver, a member of the firm of  ���������������������������Woodworth, Creagh, Banton & Fisher,  barristers and solicitors, arrived in this  city early "in the week. The above-  mentioned firm have .opened a branch  office for the present ,in the "Burbidg:e  Block here- to be conducted under, the  supervision of Mr. Fisher and arr mge-  'ments have been made with the landlord to take over the premises at present  occupied by Mr. A..F. Crossman.  ' -. -  - i  ��������������������������� The% Lord   Bishop    of    this diocese  visited Enderby and Mara on Sunday  and left on the evening train for the  main line. , A class of four received  confirmation Sunday morning in St.  George's church, and in the afternoon  the LonKBishop" wasffdriven "by- auto  to. .Mara,'; where,;he .dedicated', the  church; completed, last fall. He was  greatly -pleased -with-.conditions as he  found "'.them in -this1*-'district. /The  Anglican'church--here'- and-at Mara,  ha said; has adherent's "numbering .be-"  tween 1000 and 1200.' -    ,        :  Enderby Barristers Wage a Hot  Fight Before the Police Magistrates  The Armstrong lacrosse team went  to Vancouver last week as challengers for the Mann cup, which represents the amateur lacrosse championship of the Dominion. They played  against-tlie -Vancouver-Athletic Club  senior amateur team. In the first  game, which was played Saturday  afternoon, thc Armstrong boys went  flown by the score of 2-1G. Thc final  game was played Wednesday afternoon.  Mr. W. J. Lemke returned from a  trip to Seattle on Sunday. He  brings thc best possib,e reports from  the eye experts under whose care  their baby boy has been placed. The  Seattle physicians state that the improvement is most encouraging���������������������������far  better than they..anticipated it would  be���������������������������and give the assurance that the  little fellow ���������������������������will certainly recover his  sight as he outgrows the defect. Mrs  Lemke and baby remained over a few  days, returning on Tuesday.  Mr. Basil Gardom of Dewdney, who  has Holstein cattle entered in every  class at the Vancouver exhibition,  was awarded thirteen first prizes and  a largo number of seconds. He also  had the champion bull and champion  cow. Mr. Gardom is one of the largest exhibitors in tho cattle classes  and his well-bred stock has been  highly praised by all the judges. He  has spent a large sum of money in  importing into the province pure bred  stock from the largest stock farms of  the continent.���������������������������Vancouver Province.  ' Hon. Dr. Young, . Minister of Education, visited Enderby last Friday  on his way home from Penticton  where "he'attended the< formal opening  of the new school there, - Dr. Young  inspected' the Enderby school now in  the finishing, and expressed himself  as very highly . pleased with the excellent material used and ��������������������������� the high-  class "workmanship/- He' was driven  to Salmon Arm by" Mr. Fulton to  catch the' westbound train. ,  TO AID  AMERICAN REFUGEES  TheJU.  S.   army    transport Buford  will 'sail    next    month   by orders of  "President - Wilson, for ports on the  west coast of Mexico, where American refugees are assembled. Northbound merchant ships from the west  coast have carried all thc refugees  for whom they had accommodations  but were*, obliged to leave as many  more behind. - Rations for 1000 persons and a "���������������������������hospital corps will be  carried. =   PAYING -THE PRICE  Eleven aviators have been killed in  tbo United States army and navy  services since experiments were commenced with hcavicr-than-air machines in 1908, ten in the army and  one in the navy. In aviation thc  world over, 333 persons have been  killed since 1908, 112 during thc present year.  There are strategic moves in la.w  as well as in- war; there are flank  movem-ents, rear charges, and head  on collisions,- though these may not  be the legal terms used. A case  was heard before Magistrates Rosoman and Barnes on Monday that has  an amusing side to it. It was given'  in evidence that in April, 1911, W. E.  Canton sold 'under agreement- with A.  F. Crossman, his law books and solicitor's practice in Enderby. The  agreement called for a payment uowi.  of $250, and another payment.of $25G  some, time in' July; it also- stipuiatcc  that W. E. Banton was to receive a  certain ��������������������������� percentage of' the proceeds  froni the business during the-life of  the agreement."':-. These payments had  no.t been .made", by. Af..F. "Crossman.  In ."fact";;" '"Mr.; Crossman testified that  no money, had been' paid by him'except such 7ani'ounts - allowed by.'Mr.  Banton to '- Crossman- for work-done'  which thcy had agreed^.to about the  middle of "August, -1912���������������������������the sum-of  $S2!00.   '" ���������������������������    ' ������������������������������������������������������- '  . '��������������������������� (      .    -'   .  On    Saturday   morningfi   last,   Mr.  Banton;' acting'  as'   bailiff's    agents  climbed a ladder to .the second story  window in the Bell block and "got into. Mr. Crossrriah's' office. 'He was in  charge at the^ time    under a.distress  warrant served on Friday evening, or  tacked upon   the    door" by Constable  Bailey.       Banton   removed from the  oflice the law _books~and office ..furniture belonging  "to   him prior,to the  signing of the agreement, with Cross-  man, arid then    the   offlrc of bailiff's  agent   was    turned'   over to anothei  man.-    The -goods were removed during the absence of Mr. Crossman and  were placed in a store room over the  Fulton Hardware store.  .  cheers were given for Mr. Banton as  he was'leaving the City Hall.  Mr. Banton. was assisted in his defense-by his colleague, Mr. Fisher,, of  Vancouverf .  " . -CO-OPERATIVE  TRADING , ".   '" ://'  There is a   note    of encouragement"  in the following   news   item' from an ������������������*���������������������������*.  exchange,  for the   co-operative  work.   "  established in the Okanagan this.year    A:  by the   fruit   grower's: "Evidenca of    y  the growth of co-operative trading in ',-,- ������������������������������������������������������  the United Kingdom   is furnished; by    ",  the report of the chief register of .the -']'  Friendly ' .societies,    registered  under-.7..  the industrial and provident societies _--,���������������������������.  act.   7 Co-operation- as represented "by "/AA  societies-carrying" on^'busin_es_s,_.~_latid-'*^_-;';  societies, (includingAsmall holding"as--"iX;  sociations),- enrolled-- at -the end;."oi'A/J  1911 avmembership of 2,992,590.' '- The -f 7  total'"accounts of .the societies. - dealt 1-;"  within- this; report 'aggregated ,.934o������������������ 7, _.  445,235,    representing    an additibn-of   -A  more than $23,750,000 during the year'  ���������������������������  1911-.'' ���������������������������    '        ,. ���������������������������-'���������������������������-...':  V/'\  '-Cl  ~,T  Vl  NEED PERMITS FOR GUNS  An amendment to the offensive  weapon act, which is worthy of some  attention by residents of Greenwood,  went into force on September lst. It  states that from and after that date  permits must be obtained for the purchase by individuals or the exposing or  offering for sale by any person, of  revolvers, pistols, toy air-guns, dirks,  daggers, metal knuckles, skull crackers,  slung shots or similar devices, ancl  under no circumstances must these be  sold to a boy unjer sixteen years of  age. The act provides for heavy  penalties for infractions. If any of  these articles are found upon a person  believed not to be a mi tive of Canada  that person will be subject to deportation.  . When Mr. - Crossman came to his  office he was served with a list of the  articles taken by Banton. He immediately laid information against  Mr. Banton for theft and Magistrate  Barnes issued a warrant charging  Mr. Banton in accordance with the  ���������������������������information. Sometime     between  Saturday afternoon and -Monday, thc  goods -were- - spirited "away from" "the  Fulton Hardware store room and  could not be found.  Thc case was called at 4 p.m. Monday and ended at 11:45 that night.  A. F. Grossman, Constable Bailey  Constable Oland, A. Fulton, Alex.  Green, Ernest McMahon and Jack  McMahon wero each called to the  ���������������������������vit.ncss box by the prosecution. At  shortly after 11 the prosecution  asked for an adjournment and a  search warrant to go into the Fulton  Hardware store. This was denied.  The defense then moved that the  charge be   dismissed,    on the ground  THE IMPERATOR FIRE  No more-, reassuring test of a great  steamship could have; been had than"  was given by".a fire that started"m a,'"  lower ' .after    compartment . of .   tha  world's'-greatest   steamship,  the Im-  perator, at her dock in Hoboken, N.  Y., where'she arrived on-"her maiden "  voyage from Hamburg.     The fire was '  confined to the compartment" where it -"  originated; and although  it cost the  '  life of the.second officer of thc vessel ...  and destroyed provisions worth ?15,-  000, it did    no   damage whatever to  the' ship   beyond   blistering the steel  Avalls^of-^Hhe^compai-tmentr^Th^big5"^"  steamship was able to proceed on her  return    voyage   on   schedule time, "a  day or two-after the fire occured.  CONGRATULATIONS  Married���������������������������On Monday, Sept. lst, at  thc Presbyterian manse, Vernon, by  Rev. C. O. Main, Mary Castilena,.  daughter "'of" ft^r."'-an"d"Mrs7_"Jrw.~  Nicliol, late of Dauphin, Man., to  J. H. Mohr, editor of the Armstrong  Advertiser.  JUST   -ARRIVED  A fine line of borse blankets, robes,  rugs, suit cases. A good stock of  heavy and light harness always on  hand. Repairs promptly done. C.  Rutherford, Enderby.  If you want to make money surely  and quickly, buj inside town property. For Sale, 180 It. frontage on  that under a distress the taking of Belvidere St.; 7.roomed house, large  tho goods could not be looked upon .stable, back entrance on Stanley Stf  as theft.   Defense claimed a property {Price .$3,750. Graham Rosoman,  right in the goods and intimated that j Enderby.  the prosecution   was   endeavoring to  SHEEP FOR SALE-1 Shropshire ram,  35 ewes an:l a few ewe lambs. J. F.  Moore, Enderby.  work a repleven action through the  criminal court. Mr. Banton admitted that Mr. Crossman might have  grounds for a civil action, which he  was prepared to contest in the proper court.  Magistrates Rosoman and Barnes  adjourned to an adjoining room to  consider the application for dismissal  of the charge. Thcy returned in 15  minutes and dismissed the case.  The Council Chamber was crowded  throughout the proceedings, and  when the   case   was   concluded three  Judge says there arc some people  in whom the milk of human kindness  has become soured, and no power on  earth can ever make anything more-  of it than a respectable article of  buttermilk.  A new cult is advancing the theory  that gentle   sleep    best knits up the  raveled sleeve when a person lies on  the right side.     But supposing there'  are two in a bed.  Face creams    to    be    found   at A.  Reeves' will take away the tan. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 11, 1913  'BACK TO THE LAND"  Published  ovpry   Thursday at  Endccby, B.C. at  S2 per year, by the Walker 1'ress.  Born���������������������������On Thursday,    Sept.  4,  1913,  at their farm home near Enderby, to  Mr.    and    Mrs.    Frank   Hassard,    a  daughter.      The record is now  seven  sons and nine daughters.     And all in  the prime of   health    and Usefulness.  This    is ��������������������������� an   appreciation,   not     a  "story."     To Mr. and Mrs. Hassard  wc  extend    congratulations   that  are  felt  deeper    than    the   expression  of  words.     Here is a family that makes  good  thc slogan "hack to the land,"  for health,    and   wealth,   and happiness.      Thc Hassard   home is one of  which the district may well bc proud  and  from  which   is   coming the best  the land and the Iiomes can produce.  After years of hard, honest, straightforward fighting against the heaviest  of loads, Mr. and Mrs. Hassard have  accomplished something that falls to  the lives   of    few,    in   these days of  high  living    and    craze  for  city life.  They have    developed   a ranch home  that yields them annually an income  of $10,000 to $12,000, and have reared  a family of boys and. girls now numbering sixteen,    the   eldest not yet-  but   we    will   not     divulge    secrets.  Suffice it to say, she   would pass for  the proverbal   "sweet sixteen."   And  every one of these   young people are  at home,   and   have   no intention of  leaving    it���������������������������unless    it   be   to ' make  homes of their   own,   let us hope as  worthy.     In this home one finds thc  essence of   harmony   and true living.  There is that simple candor and help- j  5 fulness,  that complete understanding, >  devoid  of all frills   and foibles,  that  helps so   much    to   make   life more-  Yes, we have  ���������������������������the kind you have  looking for. Stoves that, once 'set',  burn all night without requiring constant attention.  Ther are here in variety.     Ccme in.     We can suit  you both in style and pocket.  When yon want a nice cool place to sit  clown and rest for a while when in town  call in. We provide comfortable seats for  all who wish to use them. You clo not  need to buy, and our store is so large that  you will not interfere with anyone . . . .  ; worth living and man more kind.  orman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and  all   factory    work. - Rubberoid  Roofing,* Screen Doors and Windows  "  ' GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE    '  Advertising Rates; Transient, 50c: an inch first I Mr- ancl Mrs- Hassard are solving  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Con-j the problem that has tried the b-^t  Iract advertising, il an moh per month.     -        | . mi,u   uue   d^l  Legal Notices:   12c a line first insertion- 8c a line I men     oi     agricultural     and     domestic  each subsequent insertion. J science   that   governments have been  KeKUinjr A������������������t������������������cesaiu: Locals: ]5ca line. '���������������������������i,i_  +���������������������������   r,  i mi ��������������������������� --    .       .     -���������������������������  ' -able to find.     -They are showing how  ;to keep the boys and girls on thc  I farm, ' and from crowding to the  .cities.   They, are overcoming this'de-  SEPTEMBER.il, 1913  THE TOWN COP  We represent S. C.  SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell  Street Enderby.  Campers and  Measure Parties  PI  -Jsire in these   young people,  .or fore-  j stalling it,    by   bringing the conven-  "       , ~ " .  j fences of the   city    to .the farm. "On  Here s    to    the    town  cop!       God , the..Hassard - farm-we write - "farm"  bless him-    A   long   tome ago it is 'advisedly' for,   as   one    has said "of  said the Duke of Argylc erected posts j California,' birds  build   "ranches"   in  at convenient   points  on  his  planta-, the    Okanagan,    not- nests-on    the  tions in Ireland for his  peasant farm-,Hassard farm   of  .3S0 acres, we find  ers to scratch their backs upon.   Not! a handsome home-with all the mod-  that every   Irishman,   had   the itch, ern ..conveniences,    including hot and  but you   know   yourself   how    some-;cold water    piped .to   every part of  times your back will itch at a point,the house,  cement buildings for milk  between thc shoulder blades where it;room, etc.,' and   now Mr/Hassard is  is almost    impossible   to   get at it. .installing an   electric lighting plant,  And you know,   too,    what a. feeling! and will soon   have this convenience  of   heavenly   bliss   comes    o'er    you'in every room and  outhouse,  when you can get something or some- j    There    is   an    additional  secret in  body to reach    that particular point;keeping    the   boys    and girls on the  and scratch it.     Whon we were boys!farm  which    Mr.    and  Mrs.  Hassard  we used to   have    the habit of "you have   discovered.    _  Create   in    them  scratch    my    back,    and   I'll scratch, from the day they are able to toddle  your. '       It   is,    by-the-way, a good an interest   in   the   operation of the  habit to cling    to   even as we climb;farm by giving each something to do  out of boyhood   and   into manhood.,and allow them to make play out of  Figuratively,    at   least, it is a good | the work they   have to do.   System-  s'Bargain ���������������������������  are  I am inaugurating a regular service -for the summer months, on Mabel Lake, making the trip every Sunday morning, or as - otherwise required, from Cottonwood Point to  the' Mill    Warehouse,    furnishing  my  gasoline launch or row boats as may hablt to acquire   even in community ,'atic play like systematic work makes  life. But that is another story. To]it easy for each and all and avoids  make his Irish tenants more comfort-! confusion. It is a treat to see how  able, tho   Djike^f-Arg-sle^c-aict^^  these scratching posts. Or he didn't.!young people get through the chores  But they say he did, and if he didn't land the milking, thc care of'the  he should have. And when an Irish stock and the cleaning up of the  tenant    felt   disposed   he   backed  up!milk   pails,  pans   aud   the milk and  1  I have decided to offer "a few snaps that will  no doubt  make people sit upland take notice.     These are real  Bargains and will only be open for a few days'     "  FOUR beautiful lots with large fruit trees and a "splendid crop of clover;  close to centre of the city; each lot-  containing    one^quarter    of an .-  acre.   Price $400 each; very easy terms.  85 ACRES  excellent land for mixed- farming or   fruit   growing;    about-12  acres under cultivation;.,good, comfortable    six-room     house,     with  spring water piped into it. - Sm all barn and chicken house; all good ���������������������������  .land. - Two miles from town:   Price, $60 per acre. "   "  TEN-ACRE LOTS at Riverdale, on easy-terms.  H. W. Harvey  Fire and Life Insurance.      Post Office Block, Enderby   Real Estate Broker  be desired, by the trip, hour, day,  week or month, to all the fishing  -places_on-thn--lnkp���������������������������nnrl-thP-pfimp in g=  grounds. Prices reasonable for good  service.     Address���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  iE.. J..Mack .  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables |  | ENDERB_Y, B. C. *  4    Good Rigs;   Careful Driv-  | ers; Draying* of all kinds.  I    Comfortable and Commo-  | dious Stabling for teams.  against one of these scratching posts butter rooms,  and used it. And every time he j The problem of keeping thc bovs  used it the Trish tenant would ex-'and girls on thc farm is not a difii-  claim, "Cod bless Lhc Duke of "Ar-, cult one if one knows how and has  k'J c' J that unselfishness of spirit to do thc  Tfere's" to " the" town"coy. " ~He is "thing "as Yt_ought to"be~donc7  the most useful   citizen we have.  He,    Merc's to Lhe   man   and woman at  works more hours   for less pay than the head   of   affairs   at thc Hassard  any man in   town.       He's the father farm and thc   sixteen  boys and girls  mnfessor   of   every    bloke, drunk or who honor them!  sober; the friend of every boy andj And Lhe host of it all is, Mr. and  girl; the handmaid of every mother Mrs. Hassard arc still young���������������������������in  whose children are allowed to roam'thought and word and deed, and can  Lhe streets. He's the bugbear of enjoy an evening's romp or a night  every child that "talks back" in Lhe in the social ball room with thc best  home, and  Lhe    boogie  man of every'of young people.  infant Lhat cries in its sleep,  or any     Tll��������������������������� v,,n~n~/tAAl T  ' J '    ine successful  man  wastes no time  Land-seekers   and  Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  Auto for Hire  rrompt attention to all customers f jollier time.     He's    the noxious weed .discussing" anoLher's'failure  ^���������������������������nian, the    health   officer, thc rmPrnnJ '  Line oflicer, and the collector of dog  licences. Hc is never supposed to  sleep, and must make sure of every  housewife having a plentiful supply  of water on wash day. He's the  keeper of thc peace at all public en-  tertainments*, and thc chaser after  Redmen with booze. He must meet  every train to represent the dignity  of the city, and meet all enquiries  as to Lhe whereabouts of any truant  kid with a smile. And thc other  evening a prominent citizen said to  him: "Bob, scratch my back." Bob  replied,"If I had my club, I'd club  it."     But hc scratched it.  IF  YOU  ARE LOOKING FOR  ASET   OF    HOME-MADE   HARNESS,  IT WILL    PAY   YOU    TO  GET MYPRICES.        IN  STOCK:   SADDLES,  WHIPS,  BITS,    SPURS,   BRUSHES AND  EVERYTHING   IN THE HARNESS LINE.  FAIR    WEAR   OR    FREE     REPAIRS.  REPAIRING    DONE     PROMPTLYAND ONLY BEST MATERIAL USED  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St., Enderby  OX ANY OF THE DOUGLAS LAKE  CATTLE   COMPANY'S   HOLDINGS  Anyone    found    trespassing  will be  prosecuted.  By order,  THE DOUGLAS LAKE CATTLE COMPANY, lit  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  eer Park Fruit Land  ENDERBY  No Irrigation Required  These lands are situated on the benches near Enderby and are especially suited for Fruit and Vegetables, and, having been in crop, aro in splendid condition for planting.  An experienced fruit grower is in charge and will give instruction to  purchasers free of charge, or orchar> 'vill be planted and cared for at a  moderate charge.  160 acres, sub-divided into 20-acre lots %.r   now on the market at  ������������������175  per acre.  Get in on the first block and make money on the advance.  Apply to��������������������������� 7  GEORGE PAKHAM,  ...        :��������������������������� Deer Park Land Office, Enderby.  - ".fl Thursday, September 11, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  7  THE TRIUMPHANT PLODDER.  CANADA  Paid-up Capital,Reserve Fund CO Q7C AAA  and Undivided Prollls (Over) v090t09V\fV  Total Assets (Over)    $69,000,000  When You Take  that Trip  carry your funds in 0the form' of  our tetters of Credit or Travellers'  Cheques, iu denominations of $10,  $20, $50, $100 or $200. The  values iu foreign currencies are  stated on the face, and as these  Cheques are payable without  discount, you can always get their f  full value iu the money of the  country you are visiting, without  delay or difficulty.  Enderby Branch,   W.D. C. CHRISTIE, Manager  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement Building  Contractor  Is prepared to furnish straight blocks  veneer    blocks,    cement    brick,  lawn  vases, peer' blocks,    chimney blocks  also, lime" and cement.  Leave orders^ early.  7Enderby, B. C.  "SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both  ways from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South   -  bound'   "\  read, down  10.20. (Lv)'  10.51,    J. ���������������������������  -11.05.'   ^     ,  ii;i 9 :\{'\  ii.45 ������������������������������������������������������' '-'  11.53   "J.7'  12.03  12.30  12.50 (Ar)"  ' STATIONS   :  "Sisamous" Jet  '. Mara" /��������������������������� '  ' Grindrod  , "Enderby 7  - ~ Armstrong  - -Realm- 7 r  ���������������������������./Larkin'  ,    Vernon -  :'Ok. Landing  North  bound  ' read up  (Ar). 17.35  ."16.50  . ���������������������������''   . 16.34  '' :   16.19  --���������������������������-'-' 15.50  7 ��������������������������� -' \i.to  ,-." 15.30  "._ " 15.05"  (Lv) "14.50  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas.-Agt. ���������������������������  Vancouver .  JNO.BURNHAM  ���������������������������-, ��������������������������� -    - Agent .-  Enderby  '  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Communion;   11    a.m.,    Morning Prayer;  7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer.  It took Cyrus Field ten years  to lay the first Atlantic cable.  Thirty times the" great rope  snapped in mid-ocean, but success  eventually crowned the tireless  patience of the inventor.  Many of life's  greatest  victories come through sheer force  of routine.  More frequently than  the world realizes true genius is  the result of plodding patience.  We   listen   entranced   to   the  violinist's brilliant playing���������������������������and  seldom give a  thought  to  his  hours of  drudgery with scales  and finger exercises.   The orator  holds  us   spellbound   with   his  easy eloquence���������������������������and back of the  finished product that charms lis  have been long years of study  and effort necessary to bring his  powers to the point of perfection.  Because we take so little account of the results of patient  toil we are often "deceived in our  judgment  of  successful people  that suddenly loom into prominence from comparative obscurity.  It is seldom that  the world  hears of the failure.of one that  plods.   Success may be deferred;  it may not be spectacular ; but it  is more reasonably certain than  the occasional brilliant success of  the product of hit-and-miss circumstances.   Now and then.we  see some man  advanced t to  a  position and we wonder how" he  is going to fill it because of the  special knowledge required.   To  our surprise we learn that he has  been quietly acquiring such knowledge, at odd moments -'-'between  his, regular hours of work.   The  plodder has- triumphed..  Ease,  amusement, . convenience   have  been sacrificed-Jn order "to gain  the additional, equipment upon  which depends success. >  Mendelssohn music today as they  ever have been. But they are  sanely cautious of the young man  whose best assets are an uncertain job and a far more uncertain future.  THE GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK.  UNIFORM NATURALIZATION.  Twenty-three years ago William  Sulzer was elected to the New  York Legislature, andhe was reelected four successive times.  He was then elected to Congress  and reelected eight times in  succession. He then ran for  governor and received more than  two hundred thousand votes over  his next highest competitor.  Fifteen times Mr. Sulzer submitted himself Xo the investigation and candid judgment of his  fellow - citizens, and as many  times they duly stamped him  with their approval. In all  human probability he would have  finished his term' at Albany with  unimpaired eligibility for the  further suffrages of his countrymen if he had not'quarreled with  some political' allies who are  much worse than he is.  The outcroppings of- that  quarrel lose him several technical points in the game. For  example he can, scarcely repeat  his edifying criticisms of -last  -winter upon thfe stock exchange  without -provoking a grin ; but  he is still the average organization . politician , he- always has  been���������������������������still able to wave you-the  grand old banner of his party  ���������������������������and yearn for the toiling masses.  Glancing'back' over the political history of-the Empire State  for the last twenty years, says,  the-Saturday Evening Post, we  see no1 reason" to suppose, that  New; York will improve on its  choice of Sulzer "at the'next .election. -He is admirably,equipped'  for a role demanded "by��������������������������� the condition of politics in New. York  and a'good many other "places.-  In spite of a foible for the stock  market- he is still just "the kind of  a-candidate for those-who never  scratch a ticket:'1*-1 ���������������������������l -x ���������������������������"*, "- "   ";-  A Handsome Edison  Triumph Phonograph  (Value $97.50)  Given Away Absolutely FREE  A key given with every $1.00 cash' purchase, or every $2.00 paid on  back account. The key that will unlock and release the Phonograph  takes the instrument.  We will advise you when, the keys have all been   distributed.  This offer includes also moneys paid for electrical goods, or paid in  to us on Mr. H. G. Mann's account. _ .  ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  J. E. CRANE,  Asr^nt also for Church and Parlor Organs  Also Fire and Life Insurance  Office in BELL brick block  Enderby Agent  E  contr Actors  and     "'  builders  <?>  &y  ENDERBY, B. C.  ENDERBY. METHODIST  CHURCH  ' Sunday Services���������������������������Divine ��������������������������� Worship" at  '11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday,; 8 p.m.  Epworth League;- Thursday,  8 p.m.,  Prayer Meeting.   A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  REV. J.-G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor.  . Thanks to the efforts of Premier  Borden ahcLHon. C. J. Doherty  the Government has' come" to-a  satisfactory, agreement r with'; the  .British,-.Government.-over the  question; of- Imperial naturalization "which Has been, a"subject of  long negotiations between the  two countries and^the bonds with  the mother land are to be-drawn   i*^&&&%53^P=sz3fs������������������s*i        _ c  Sti 11- closer. ~ t.     -..7-"-',--  ���������������������������/��������������������������� /���������������������������''��������������������������� ���������������������������'        SEALED" TENDERS .--addressed to  As matters Stand at present theJ.the undersigned/and endorsed VTen-  naturalization act Of Great Britain der   for'Jetty   and   Dredging at the  is much more rigid than that of North Arm of the Fraser   River,1 B.  'Canada. , .Great- Britain requires |C." "will be received at this office un-  five years residence before ' na-.'til 4.00 p. m.;-on Tuesday,- septem-  turalizatiori    is    granted, ' while \ber '30,. 1913, for   the construction, of  Canada has required, only three. [Jetty  and  Dredging  at" the North'|  The United Kingdom as a result;Arm of the Fraser River, B.  -has refused to recognize Canadian j   Plans,. specification   and  Furniture  and Household Goods  estimates  cheerfully  ��������������������������� furnished  %  Carpets, Linoleums and Wicker Goods. "      , ���������������������������    , -  .-  Picture Framing and Upholstering.  -   Undertaking and Embalming-'  Lc9  - -'"'- ~ ���������������������������*>.  THE  AbWA^S  UNIFORM FL.dllfitii  wmrw>~*��������������������������� ��������������������������� *v.*^^!*^rwmamcjsw+mw^+i    I'lin���������������������������w���������������������������������������������������������������������������������w^uiwjuumi    ������������������������������������������������������ i*h������������������i wu    ��������������������������� 11 1.1���������������������������1������������������_���������������������������'  Maintains its HIGH, STANDARD , OF QUALITY.   EaclP1  Sack contains flour- that will act-like-the last" sack and-:-r  'ahvays. give, you .GOOD resultsin.sBREAD*baking.; /.Wei,-  exercise /no end of' jCARE in] CLEANING 'aud ';WASHING ;^  "wheat; and also in milling,burl Moffeti'SjBesti Flour* f<'VThis %.  - ���������������������������^--.  ���������������������������--;>:. V/yJ- A~X-':' 7/  .'all. means  success,  -.    o7-   Ai  to;the JbakeriK'  '\jj  /"'      -;YPUR  GROCER<SELLS; YtyXx'/  If   he- does not,; call, up/our   office, r-'Phone* 41.  %f \-r.  COLUMBIA;  FLOURING   MILLS   CO.: Limited;  :Z.i.- '.    /<**>  7*A7fV7 hf.ii  ry-vr/?\  yyz-"y.."j-\  r.--y. :$y//4  r,~-"T__'-"? yjD"^ 1  XyX^/Xizz}1  ZA/M  zyyyS,  y.:Jz>-'y-.::?i%\  '?z  *, A 06  ���������������������������y.d  ������������������������������������������������������  AyM  ''     ''lit  AX'imi  ' **** -'"^yi  naturalization laws.     By the new! contract can   be    seen and  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  .St. Andrews  Sunday   Services���������������������������11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m.; Y.P.S.C.E.,. Monday, 7:30 p.m.  FIRST BAPTIST  CHURCH  Sunday     Services���������������������������Sunday   school,  10 a.m.;   regular    service, 3:30 p.m.;  _Pj,aycr_.scrvicc,.jyednesclay,_7:30_p.m.  REV. B. G. STEWART, Pastor.  CHANGE  OF  COPY  Copy for all changes of advertise-  ments in the Press should bc in this  office on or before Tuesday noon to  ensure thc change being made. We  cannot guarantee a change if this  rule is not complied with.  The Walker Press.  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  )  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac  Anyone Bonding a sketch and description may  qwlclcly ascertain our opinion froo whotlior an  luventlon is probably patentable  Communion* ���������������������������  tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  sont free. OldestTfgoiicy for socurlnir Patents.  Patents taken throu���������������������������b Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without chnrge, In the  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. DM-fiest circulation of any scientific journal, lerms for  Canada, 53.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealers.  BfiUNM & Co.36,Broadway- New York  Branch Office. 025 P BU Washington. D. C.  Cr -'  -  form of  forms of  agreement   the British .law  will [ tender obtained    at this Department  require five years residence in the and at: the offices of c. c. Worsfoid,  British Empire Only the Jast year, Esq.,  District    Engineer, .New. West-  to be spent in Great Britain. 'minster, B.C.;    W.   Z. . Earle,    Esq..,  -.Legislation  to this effect will District Engineer,' Winnipeg, Man.;-. J.  likely   be   passed   at   the    next S.    MacLachlan,    Esq.,    District En.  session=of^the-British4Iouse-and=gineor^  Canada will pass concurrent legis- chaud, Esq., District   Engineer, Post  lation. .The Canadian law will office Building, Montreal, p.q., j. g.  require also five years residence sing, Esq.,  District  Engineer, con-  in   the   Empire,   the   last   to   be federation   Life   Building,     Toronto,  spent in Canada.   The practical ont., and on application to the Post-  effect will be that Great Britain master at Vaocouver, b. c.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  isted of a man being a British  subject in Canada and not in  Great Britain will be done away  with.  JUST A HINT.  It is a common thing nowadays  for lecturers to lament the tendency of girls to remain single  and paddle their own >, canoes.  And, taking account of the unapproachable loveliness of North-  American girlhood, the situation  is truly to be deplored.  But the girls are not to blame.  The cost of living is high, and no  girl worth a second thought will  take a chance on being pointed  out as one that "used to dress  well before she was'married."  Then; too, the time has passed  when young womanhood could  see anything attractive in the  prospect*of becoming a burnt  offering in exchange for the  privilege of keeping house for a  man.  Girls  are   quite   as  fond  of  will recognize the Canadian law  and Canada will recognize the  Bntish Jaw, and. the .anomalous.] mado. on -.tlie._ printed,forms supplied,  Situation which has SO long ex-jand signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In the case of  firms, the actual signature, thc nature of the occupation, and placc of  residence of each member of the firm  must be given.  Each, tender must bc accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to five per cent (5 p.c,)  of the amount of the tender, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into'a contract  when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned. *  '  The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.  R.  C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, August 18, 1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for  this advertisement if they insert it  without authority from this Department.���������������������������45074.  Tft^1)liyei"'l|)iiei:  Is recognized to be the strongest built Machine >  on the market;  it will last a lifetime, and will* '. l)  always do satisfactory work.    It is the Type- ���������������������������  -wr4ter-that4e3:dsalLbther4n-the-humber-6tsalesr===^  It should be in every home where there are  All  yn  growing boys and girls; familiarity with its use  will   make  them business men   and women  For  Information, apply to  The Walker Press      Enderby, B.C.   AilKNTS . ���������������������������  The   Armstrong  Greenhouses  Floral Work of all kinds  to order  Bouquets     Sprays  Wreaths  and Cut Flowers  Rush Orders by return  Alwyne Buckley  PHONE*    ARMSTRONG    111  If you  have land  to. sell  List it  If  you  with me.  want to  Hammocks are more enticing now  even if the evenings are not so long,  than when the mosquitoes were entertaining.  Before investing in a hunting or  fishing shoe, take 'a look) at our  stock.     Dill Bros.  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of the Mora District ia now out.   GET   ONE.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B. C. THE ENDERBY PRESS; AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  &_ti7SI__z___?__'S3S  J_   y~  Swimming Against  = tfte Stream  Is like trying to do a successful  business without advertising.  And it Is not ex^nsivo to gain  desirable publicity by the use of  printers' ink. Our Classified  Want Ads. cost little snd are  road by nearly everyone.  Try them as ��������������������������� system tonic  for your business.  L_s___������������������������������������������������������������������������5������������������^^  __a__2_3r  YEARS AGO pvoplu uaed lo  moSc themselves heard by  shouting from the houoc top..  If you tried thnt to-day you  would probably have to appear-  before o commission in infinity.  NOW-A-DAYS the busineos  man usea our Wont Ada.  ?������������������pjrir.i.pj ]tip* fc, II   ������������������    HrCnlr  The Key to the  Situation  . If you are looking Tor a situation  a Classified "Want Ad. is the key  which wilt unlock tho door to tho  prlvato office of tho business man.  He is -'too busy to interview all  promiscuous callers, but you can  catch his attention and soeuro  an appointment by a "Situation  Wanted" ad.  CfsnUhl������������������d I"* t>7 * *   ���������������������������HNHl  m  LUBRICATE  The Wheels of Business  Our Classified Want Ads. furnish *  Isbrtcttit that is ������������������ood for my kind of  business machinery  Do you want an employer or an em  ployee. Have you something to sell or is  , there something you wish to buy?  No matter how large or how small  your business is, Condensed Ads. will im  prove it���������������������������Oil up.  Dollar Doublers  Our Classified Want Ads. art  real dollar doubters. In sho*  leather and nervous energy they  will save you many times their  small cost by bringing ta your  door what you require, whether  it be efficient holp, a desirable  borrower for surplus cash, a position or a domoetlc.  A most convincing: and Inexpensive proof would ba to try a  Want Ad.  *A FORf UNElN IT  ' If you could place an ad in thc  Moon millions of people would read it.  Even then it would only be valuable  a few nights each month, whereas a  Want Ad in this j>aper-while more  limited in its scope will cover this  particular locality every day in the  year.  o.rjrif_t*4 t*bri * ���������������������������������������������q���������������������������j  J  Money makes Money  Your money wttl work while ycu  sleep If loaned tt good interest,  and you can find safe and satisfactory tarewcrt by placing a  meney-to-ioan ttf. Nt cur Classified Want c*imms. A first  mortgage Is w sate as a bank  snd the Interest Is twice sz big.  &Afr7k'&- -'-.iC-ftr W**"  No doubt you; have many, things about the place that you  do not want���������������������������have no further use for. Perhaps there are  many people right.around"you���������������������������your neighbours, who would  be glad to get the very things you have tired of, or want to  get rid of. The way to find out;is to ADVERTISE. ...Let  the public know. Maybe you want to sell a piece of,  property, a piece of furniture, house and lot, or want to rent  a place. Perhaps you want to find steady employment, or  want a steady man or woman.to help you. Advertisements  of this natur* are inserted in the Press at three cents a word  first insertion,  one   cent   a   word  each   subsequent   insertion  ?^  ������������������������������������������������������ Vessels Large Max  Venture More, but  Little Ships Must Stay  Near Shore."  The large display ads. are good  for lhe large business and the  Classified Want Ads. are proportionately good for the small firm.  In fact many large firms became  such by the diligent use of the  Classified Columns. There ex-  ample is good-start now.  Taking on the PHot  Our Classified Want Ads. will,  pilot tha. ship ef business to tha  ���������������������������afe harbor of commercial prosperity. People read tha " ArtlclM  for Sale" eds. If you have something: te seli tell them about It. ~  One large machinery firm In  Toronto has built up Its business  by u3Jnff Claaoffled Want Ada. mm-  cluolvely.  A SQUARE PEG  Round Hole  You may bc alright, but if  you arc in the wrong' position  you are like a square peg- in a  "round hble7" You'want a"po-"  sition where you fit.  This paper is read by intelligent business men, and a  Want Ad. in our classified  columns will reach them.  i -.  i i.  Getting into the Home  Women buy more than  two-thirds the merchandise sold in retail stores  and every woman reads  the Classified Want Ads.  Our paper goes into the  homes and the Want  Ads. will reach the  Spenders.  The gentleman on tlie tortoise  represents the man who does not  advertise���������������������������the one who tries lo do  business as it was done in the days  of the tallow candle or the oil lamp.  Arc you in thc glare of thc electric light���������������������������in the automobile of  Modern Methods?  Our Want Ads. arc high voltage  1 batteries, whether you want light  or  power���������������������������business   publicity   or  i competent help  Landlord's Laugh  He has no more use for his  "To Let" sign.  He used our Classified Want  Ads. and found a good tenant.  Classified Want Ads. are always  noticed. They are read with  interest by intelligent people  who are on the looR-out for  favorable opportunities to fill  their requirements. Whether  your business be largo or small  thc Classified Want Columns  will help you.  mkmmmmm  Find the Finder  If you found a purse your first  impulse would be to look in thc  " Lost and Found " columns of  our paper.  If you have losta pTTrse didn't  you think the finder would do the.  same.  If you wish to find the finder  use our Classified Want Ads.  roprniki.d iwr ir H. w *������������������Cwd/ i  r������������������!~������������������g������������������l!^K_M41K������������������fcf^^ X  <o  Thursday, September 11, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  KodakS  and all  Kodak  Supplies  make a picture  of the pleasures  of your holiday  trip   A. REEVES  .,   Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  English Horticulturist Expert  the Bulgarians:  Upsets Orthodox Ideas on Tree Carel^^^y t^ie BufgUtnsvllT?eys  i burned   the    Greek   villages    and we  Mr. Spencer U. Pickering, director  of horticultural investigations at the  Woburn experimental fruit farm,  England, upset many canons in the  cultivation and handling of fruit  trees in the course of a lecture delivered by liim   at   thc   Royal Insti-  they   also saved the  the more readily the new roots" were  produced.  Rootlets which had'"' lost their tips  or which had been dried by a few  days' exposure before planting always died,  and it was an advantage  - another   where  churches:  "Here at Verondi   I   captured five  Bulgarians    and a   girls fromi Seres.   0���������������������������.        _.,    ���������������������������ltlo   We shut them    in   a   police station.  sacre, we massacre and thc Manlicher I W1������������������le they were still alive we gouged  has operated against each member of |out their eyes."  this dishonest nation who has fallen     And another, where they saved the  into our hands.     Out of 1200 prison- churches, no doubt:  and the tighter the soil   was packed ruined their   villages.       They   mas-  + V.������������������    .,,.  ,i:iJ   Lt..    .. . .   .. I      ....     ,    ..       .....  ers that we took at Nigrita only 41  remained in prison, and everywhere  we went we have left no root of this  race." *  Another   letter    from    a    sergeant  says:    "We    burned   the    villages of  tute, London. For eighteen years j to cut them away altogether. But  Mr. Pickering has been conducting the most beneficial practice of all is  experiments    in    planting  fruit trees j to ram the soil hard about the roots  and growing fruit,  and the result of,of the newly-planted tree, particular- _       ������������������������������������������������������    __1UCU    tll.    vluages 0  his labors,    says    the   London Daily , ly if the soil is wet and heavy.   Over jDautlli and   Banitza    and put everv-  Tclcgraph,   directly  controverts  most; 1,000 trees had    been planted experi- thing to the    bayonet or the flames  ot    the   time-honored   traditions    of mentally in this way,  and the result making    exception    only   of    women'  horticulturists.       The lecturer began | was to double the growth of the tree children and old persons and churches  by explaming how it is that the seed in the first,   two' years as compared We did   all   this    without    nitv and  of a fruit   tree,    when    sown, rarely "!4-u  *-���������������������������   -'���������������������������-���������������������������-* - ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������      ��������������������������� M  produces a tree   yielding fruit which  showed any close resemblance to the  with trees planted in the orthodox  manner. With regard to the aeration  of the soil,' the lecturer also- showed  without grace."  Reads    like     the    Old     Testament  variety from which it was obtained! I that the views Vf" the "horticulturists i^ories-     Note this- tu*y spared only  What is DODularlv f.PrmpH ti,0 fmif'nn  thi* nnint   ,���������������������������������������������    ������������������1d������������������ *���������������������������h���������������������������^ !the women-and children and old  PROFESSIONAL  Q   L. WILLIAMS  Dominion" and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  r\R. E: W. KEITH,  What is popularly termed the fruit  is really a portion of the mother  tree, an enlargement, of the flower  stem, while the enclosed seed is a  new individual, the offspring of the  male and female ^-.parents. In the  apple, for instance, trees raised from  seed tend, to   revert    to the original  on this point   were    also fallacious, i  and that the amount of aeration was  really very small.  THE HELL OP WAR  Oflice hours:" Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  Afternoon. 8 to 4  Evening, 6:30 to 7:?0  Sunday, by appointment,  Oflice: Cor. Cliff and George Sts. ENDEKB Y  We all have heard of the atrocities  ,'of the Turks, and   when the "Cross"  emb, and hence varieties of - "that' T* 6ghting *he "Crescent" the civ-  fruit were multiplied by budding and'' d WOrld' Was told what a glori-  grafting, so that every variety of ap- OUS ^ lt was that the "Crescent"  Pie tree in existence was in reality a W d be drive" ������������������Ut ������������������f Burope- But>  part of the specimen which originally, 'T the ,"Christian" war broke out,  produced that variety:     The ch'arac-i ������������������ne nati������������������n    of the  "cross" was  ter of the root   stock   on which the Pltted againSt a,Bother nation of the  bud or graft was set did nbt appre-1 "Cr������������������SS" ' the"world has-been S^en an  **     'example of  sons, and    the   churches."  per-  "From Serres to the frontier we  burned every Bulgarian; village.  And some more: "Everybody "has  fled from these Bulgarian villages.  Those who- remain are 'eaten up' by  the Malicher and we have also  burned some villages.  A soldier writing to his brother at'  ���������������������������Rome on July 12th, says:   '.'We have  enraged   the    Bulgarians by burning,,  their villages,  and  whenever  we'find  one     or   two   we    kill   them    "like  sparrows."  -This   one    doesn't   say   that   they  "saved the churches" but they prob- "  ably did.   f Which is so good of these  Here is | Christian savages  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodgre No. 40  'tieg-uUtr meetings .first  .Thursday on" or after "the  , full moon at 8 p. rciZm Odd-  .fellows. Hall. Vifeiting  ' brethren cordially invited.  -H/E." BLANCHARD AA-- WALTER ROBINSON  ,W. M.,;    -y, ^ ���������������������������    ���������������������������;,   .Secretary1.  what the "Cross**' has  been able to accomplish with these  civilised ' savages.       Here   a"re  some  planting, Mr.    Pickering   pointed out T*?^ -fr������������������m   letters    written     by  t.h������������������f.   ���������������������������_    ���������������������������,   ������������������������������������������������������!._  :-most   important'        k  soldiers on  their march "against  ciably affect the    fruit that was pro  duced. ; -  Dealing with,the operation of trans-  ^^.r. o. o. f .    - . r^52^  Eureka Lodge, No. CO  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  " O. F. hall, Metcalf block.    Visiting brothers always   welcome.     *    GEO. BELLAMY,   N. G.  -   .  . - HOWARD LOGAN, V. G.  ������������������������������������������������������   " -'--���������������������������-   ' . ���������������������������' R. E.WHEELER.Scc'y.  i       -.--    -      '    . -- _    J. B. GAYLORD.-Trcas. ���������������������������  ENDERBY. LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of V. Hall.  .Visitors cordially invited to attend.    . -  T. E. RODIE, C. C."  - -C.E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  "   ��������������������������� JOHN BURNHAM. M.F. '  - Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances'and all public  entertainments.   .For rates, etc.. address,  -- -    "     __ _ T. E. RODIE. Enderby  .. . : POLITICAL    . ' ".-.  ENDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, H. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  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.  R. Chadwick  REGISTERED PLUMBER  (certificate.)     Painter and Decorator,  Box 74, Enderby.  that   one    of   the  pruning operations is the-severe'cut  ting back   of   the  -branches   when a  tree is   transplanted.     This is necessary because the   welfare of the tree  is dependent on a' correct- balance being . maintained    between   root:*   and  branch' action, " and  "the injury, done  to the -roots-, on   transplanting can  only be corrected by. doing a "corresponding- injury .tbf the/branches.'/-"- So"  far as" the    ultimate- growth of ��������������������������� the  tree is concerned' .it-.does not matter  when^the .cutting,- back'is performed,  so long, as it is ***- not   done duringlthe  growing^ season,',,but, as regardsothe  fruiting of the tree, any delay in the  cutting back is detrimental.'    \     ���������������������������"  Many.experiments,   were   quotod'to  show that in respect of annual pruning the more this was reduced-in extent the more the tree grew and the  larger were the" crops   borne. ���������������������������  Such  pruning,  should    be    reduced to  the  minimum   necessary   for producing'a  sturdy,  well shaped tree.   Over-pruning is the cause   of. most ��������������������������� of the" unsatisfactory    results  "in private .gardens, and    it can   only   be- counterbalanced by the unnatural process of  pruning ttie^rodts   as    well, thus restoring   the   balance    between roots  and branches.  A vast   series   of   experiments had  been mde at    Woburn,.   and in many  -other=parts-of^Englandf=and=airth"ese=  showed,  convincingly,    that the care  expended by    gardeners in > spreading  out root   fibres   and   so    on is practically wasted.       Fruit trees planted  with the roots   tied up in close bundles, with   the    earth    rammed hard  round them, grew nearly 100 per cent  better,    and    produced   larger    crops  than _thosc__in___which_..infinite pains  were taken to preserve the root fibres  from injury, and to give thern loose,  well ventilated    soil in which to develop.     The real reason ior this apparent anomaly was simply that the  growth of the   tree depended on thc  development of a   new    root system,  mostly from   the   underground stem,  Bank of Montreal  ^ Established "1817 -*-  Capital, $16,000,000 ,-      ,        Rest, 116,000,000  Hon. President   Rt Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G. O. *'Q  Present, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Pre.iden ,H. V. Meredith,- X  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NBW YORK an* CHICAGO.'  SAVINGS   BANK ^DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from'$l up wards,, and'interest allowed at current rates  Interest credited :J0th _une and 31st December     .  ENDERBY BRANCH - : ���������������������������"'   .       '   ' . - ���������������������������. ���������������������������    ,"���������������������������*"'   " "  A. B. Taylor, Manager |  si  "-'I  -' OF   CANADA ' V-  Paid-up Capllal.Reserve Fund 0O Q75 AAA  and Undivided Prollts (Over) *?OaO i d9V\JlJ  Total Assets (Over)    $89,000,000  OVlohey Promptly  Banked  - as soon as you receive it is much  more .likely to be saved "than if  you keep it around iii the house or ~  j'dur pocket.- -It-cannot- be lost,  stolen or burned, and is - far less  likely-to be spent.' .' "���������������������������   . ..-''--  With'a deposit of a dollar or '  more yon can open an: account  witli the Union   Bank;''bearing  interest, and receive a Passbook.  'Why put it off?."  EnderfcyBranch,-   io. C. mk Manager  *:  \*f,  /A/I  ; OF VANCOUVER, B.C.  Carry only one grade of NURSERY STOCK,',and that THE BESTli.  There.is nothing to approach /TREES' GROWN WITHOUT.IRRIGATION;:'-"'������������������������������������������������������  They are hardier; sturdier," shaplier,'better calipered and-vastly superior^-'���������������������������  in root system to'irrigated"'stock'. "' '-"X/< '���������������������������' AJsy~ A.z.-y '/ - iy ->-">:-'������������������-  Ispjt this��������������������������� the':kind^f "FRUIT7AND"6RNAMENTAL\7 TREES,A^SHRUBS'f-4  ROSES, etc., you. want,"? ''AA " - ." fj     ri- W-   TT-->'-'^--i':'-!  to call on you.-   He1 willbe - delighted  Ask our local;representative,'-,  ***. ^it l ^r  y \':.T'-s  ...   a;  "1,        C*     - ***  ''Enderby is-.a'charming villiage with eity airs. -/" -y  When Paddv Murphy shook the snow of Sandon >:,;-/:  off his feet he came here, ^and now .owns one of: - - 'V  finest brick hotels, in-the-.country. "'Although-"^ ;:  , Paddy is an Irishman from/Michigan,": he calls his 7XA  hotel the King Edward. Inladditionkto the ex-. -: :  cellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10 "    "  .o'clock; which-.is an added;attractipn.for-tourists.,\ XA "-i  (Extract from Lowery's LcdKC.)        F-     ------ . ��������������������������� ,    ,  yyy,  X\aH  "il  ' SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING BEC0UT10NS  ==Ooai=mining-rights-of-the=DominioF  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,    the    Yukon     Territory,    the  GIL LETTS LYE  EATS DIRT  tU,tl8tro-!EOP[HiNo-ruiiDPBtcriON������������������iNlli"5"a  S^LETTcoMPANYUMlW  Toronto ont.   hontr^  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of ?1  an acre Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease mu6t be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or - sub-Agent of the district- in which rights"applied-f_r~are'  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in un-'  surveyed territory the tract applied  ior shall be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  aot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of Ave cents per ton.  Tlie person operating the mine shall  lurnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  onco a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of ?10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands. ,  W. W, CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  King Edward Hotel, pp;0PSiurphy  EnderBy  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit  Land Hay Land  Town Lot*  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix lnsiirap.ee Co. of London.  Lan-ion-Linc-isliiro Firo Insurance Co.  rtoy.-.lInsuninceCo.,of Liverpool (Life dept  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co.. of Canada.  BELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuildings  Here are   somo   specials in lumber while they last : . "  ��������������������������� .  No. 2, 2x4, per thousand  ? 13.00  Cull Boards, per           5.00 per M.  No. 2 Lath, per thousand       1.75  Short Cord Wood      3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������_erby  An  Opportunity for a Reliable  Man in Enderby  We have some gilt-edged originalprairio Townsites, (not sub-divisions)  which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in ENDERBY as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up enquiries. We will  mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will apply himself can  make this a permanent and very profitable position.  Apply���������������������������  H. W. McCURDY, 503 Temple Building, TORONTO ,B-1*1  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 11, 1913  Road Superintendent Lang Makes  Inspection of Roads in this District  Road  Superintendent Lang  made  a'first   roadbed    as   it    rounds  a hill  trip over the    Enderby-Salmon Road [ and breaks off into a quick-sand bot-  and the Enderby-Glen Mary road on  Saturday for the purpose of recommending a suitable point at which to  conclude the season's operations on  these roads.  Under Foreman McKay, the new  Salmon Arm road has been pushed  from a point north of the Waby  Poultry Farm three miles this way  to the Tomkinson corner, or the connecting point where the new road  will cross the old road just above  the Crossman home. At this point  Foreman McKay has a diflicult fill  to make owing   to a    cave-in of the  whole   road,   after   climbing the hill  out of Salmon Arm.  The work put   on this road is giving one of   the    finest drive?  in the  Interior    from    Enderby    to  Salmon  Arm.     It is    a    regular   auto road,  torn.     In  order   to  get a low grade with all thc dips and awkward turns  Armstrong & Spallumcheen  Agricultural Society  I a&JLjiJL_i  mW Jr\  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  ������������������  t  LARGEST FAIR IN THE OKANAGAN  19 13  Accommodation for 500 head of Live Stock  '.   Splendid List oj Special Prizes  '-���������������������������'-������������������������������������������������������ Three Prizes in Each Class  V.  ������������������    D. ."MATHESON F. C. WOLFENDEN    ;)  $   '      President ���������������������������  " Secretary  ������������������������������������������������������ -j  the road was surveyed to swing down'cut out. The climb up the long hill  the side of thc hill almost to the'has been cut out and thc roadbed  bottom of the draw that comes downgraded and gravelled as far as the  through the Crossman and Tomkin- J work has been finished. The cave at  son places. The road-bed was'' laid | the present terminus of the new road  and the road gang proceeded with thc,has reduced the distance the road  grading, when the whole road-bed |men expected to make this season,  dropped into a quick-sand bottom, j Thcy had hoped to get across the  This has compelled them to re-survey j Tomkinson place and connect with  the road at this point and to in-.the present road, thus cutting,out  crease the grade. The road now in the bad turn at the Torokins'-  course of construction at this point j corner, but this will be impossible  will have an 8 per cent, grade. This ��������������������������� this season. The new road will stop  will be the    heaviest    grade   on  the | where it crosses   thc   old road as it  ^-I-H****** istarts the lonS clim1) "P thc M11 :just  ���������������������������J* -'west of the Crossman home. Next  season the work will continue from  this point to connect with the auto  road now finished into Enderby from  the Forster-Proctor ranch.  The Glen Mary Road  The Government, in accordance with  the promise made to the settlers  early in the spring, has given Glen  Mary a splendid road as far as the  Barnum place. This work has been  done under the foremanship of Mr.  Prior, a thorough road builder. He  has made a fine job of it. The grade  is heavy here and there, but when  one considers the hill that has to be  negotiated, it is a road that should  be appreciated by the Glen .Mary settlers. Next season it is proposed  to continue the    road to Deep Creek.  The heavy grades are made easy  by the superb road bed secured. It  can best be realised when a load of  2100 feet of lumber can be hauled up  the hill by a single team, as was  done this week by Mr. Watrose, who  is one of the" new settlers taking up  land this season. Mr. Watrose is  erecting a -fine home near that of Mr.  Barnum, with barns and outbuildings  to match.        _ _   _    . _  The Glen Mary settlers are making  rapid headway in clearing their'home  properties this summer. There are  eight or ten new homesteads taken  up since thc   opening   of the- land to  settlers in that vicinity, and the  building by the Government of this  new road will encourage these settlers to build their connecting roads  and get material on the ground for  the improvement of their places.  ONE-SEASON    POULTRY  FARM  It is somewhat surprising what can  be done in starting a poultry farm  ���������������������������even in one season���������������������������If one goes at  it right. The development of Capt.  Cameron's poultry farm, situated on  the road paralleling the railway  track, half a mile north of the Enderby Brick and Tile Yards. Beginning with the opening of the past  Spring, Captain Cameron has erected  poultry pens and runs for his 400  young birds that are a credit to the  industry. His pens are of the individual flock type, one 10x35, another  12x30, and several smaller scattered  about with suitable runs for the  fowl from the scratching pens of  each house. He has a few old birds,  prize winners in past poultry shows  which he is carrying over until ncx  season for breeding purposes, but the  great majority of his stock is mad  up of pullets���������������������������Buff Orpingtons, White  Orpingtons, White Leghorns and the  'flock of Brown Leghorns previously  owned by H. E. Waby. All of theso  fowl are from registered stock, and  are as fine a bunch to look at as one  will find anywhere. Capt. Camero  has a fine lot of cockerels which he  is offering for next years' breeding.  He expects a profitable egg harvest  from his pens this fall and winter,  and has prepared to put his eggs on  the market cased in dozens*  sured by Reverse    Season and  Short  Hauls.  Visiting Government delegate, Mr.  J. W. Arthur Kelly, direct from the  lands the Government is settling,  may bc seen by those interested as  follows:  Kamloops (Leland Hotel) 12th to  15th Sept. Free lantern lecture Saturday night, 13th at 8 o'clock.  Enderby,  (King Edward)  16th.  Vernon,    (Kalamalka)  17th to 20th  Special Government Landseckcrs'  Excursion from Vancouver to Mel-  borne,  "Niagara", Nov. 26th.  F. T. A. FRICKE, '  Government Representative,  687 Market St.,  San Francisco,Cal.  AUSTRALIA,  PROVINCE OF VICTORIA  Government    Irrigated Land    Settlement Opportunities  Reduction  Sale  on  all  our  Millinery  Stock  Unsurpassed climate,, mean summer  73FH._mean Winter 61 FH. (above  zero). Grows      everything  / from  Oranges to Onions. -. The, home of  Alfalfa, the king of fodder crops.  Butter production last year, $15,000,-  000.00.       Fruit   ,growers-market  as-  t  35 per cent  off  ,       _    -     -     - ~    0 -  WAJ. Woods  All accounts .' owing the Enderby  Trading Company are payable to W.  J. Woods. ."  -���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� -������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-* ������������������   +   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-+ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������   ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������   +  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  PEEL'S  I  This Week���������������������������Full Stock of Fall Goods  Underwear  DR. JAEGER'S, WATSON'S AND  ^TAiNFrEIJD,S1=Tl!e^HffnM\~e������������������f="kind*=  ���������������������������All guaranteed unshrinkable���������������������������Prices  nthe lowest.  6-h=o-e=s  HEAVY,    WATERPROOFED     SOLE  ���������������������������p^l ���������������������������      A   f^TTJTr*���������������������������T** C* Hcavy 4-Point���������������������������in R^d, Green, Brown  L*J I  * #\- 1 if J^X���������������������������*  A   *������������������_/ and Navy.     And    the usual kinds in  Fall Suits  BLACK OR TAN SLATER'S.  Ready-Made or Made-to-Measure.   See  our   samples.       Satisfaction in   Fit,  Band Style guaranteed.  #������������������^������������������������������������wB_o_iGrey���������������������������.S3.50 up.  CAPS  A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LATEST STYLES  AND MATERIAL���������������������������from 50c up.  SiltSl  "THE BEST "IN" THESE LINES:   JAEGER'S,   H.    B.   K.    and    MONARCH MAKES.  Rubbers  y Mf-A-AXr-VX-HI*/ -1  THE FAMOUS 'MALTESE CROSS'  BRAND. First quality only���������������������������in all  Styles and Sizes.  Don't buy second quality, because  thoy are cheaper, and then grouch all  Fall, but wear M. C. Brand. The  smile of satisfaction goes with every  pair.  SOCKS  IN BLACK, HEATHER    and PLAIN  GREYS.   In light and heavy weights  HATS  STETSON'S���������������������������All latest shapes.  ***K>tttm.  ._mam������������������8  Everything" a Man Wears  o+o4K>>-c)-fo^>K)4<>+<>+<H-c>^ o^H<>KH-o4<>><>+<>^4<H^-f<> o-^-k<h^<>^<>^<>^<y^<>^<>^<^^ o+o--*K>4<>+<>+<>4<>4<^^ o>o>o-f<H<>><H<>fo-f<>fo-f<H<>  Gent's  Furnishings  SHOES  Enderby  -��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������-+��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,  'it  m  Wf'J  HI  1  i ji  11  ���������������������������, f./i /���������������������������  6  ./.  Su pplement ��������������������������� to the Enderby Press  SEPTEMBER 11, 1913  if-  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word'first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  WE ARE taking ' orders for fall delivery of wood. Hurry your orders  in. Birch,' 18-in.; -.fir, 16 to 24-in.  Also wood cutting. ' Full 4-foot cord  cut to lengths stated above and  sold asvcord. Bogert & Adsitt,'Enderby.        -    v   ._  STOVE, and sewing    machine-for im-  -, ' mediate sale. -Great bargains. Matr  ,��������������������������� ley, opposite Theatre.  .FOR SALE���������������������������Pure' cider vinegar, 30c  'per-quarV$l'' Per   gallon.'  Special  quotation"1 by the" barrel. -Sweet  "'--cider,740,,cts   per-gallon.' ,Geo. R.  Lawes, Enderby, Heights.   ,7.,   r  ~\n.: *  - '"WOOD SAWING���������������������������Let me have your  "orders for. cutting log's "into .16' to-24:  "incHF'blocks:"7Apply,: 'Av: Bogert;"- Box  ' 172,' Enderby.v' \'yr z.    ;' \ .Ay.\/ A  FOR SALE���������������������������Well-built- brick house;  filled cable, etc. Good concrete cel-  ��������������������������� lar; half acre garden; adjoining two  streets; $2,200 cash;"'$2,300 on time;  '(3 years.) See me for owner's ad-  _dress.     C. G. Piper, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������Heavy horses. /Ok'ana-  -Vga'n Saw, Mills','* En'derby, B.C. A"-"  'IF'YOU-have any insurance to-place;.  :    Fire, Life, Accident, Disease/Auto-  ', mobile,' Liability,"-Bonded; se-������������������rme.  Best companies, best values," best  attention. -   House for sale at reas-  , onable price; modern and nearly  new; favorably .situated. - Enquiries welcomed.- \Jas. Mowat, Bell  ,Block,"Enherby.-. - ,  TO LET/By the   week-end, week or'  "month; shack .fully furnished, four  miles   from    Mabel > Lake;, close to  .   river; , good   bathing - and> ifishing.  . For' particulars   apply Postmaster,  Hupel.     ^     L       --     A     1  FOR SALE���������������������������Registered Red Poll bull  ','Fairview Chief" 20 mos. old, price  $60;   four-year-old   black mare and  colt; 3-year-old gelding; 2-year-old  gelding; 1-year-old gelding. G.  Mwrdock, Enderby.  MRS. C. PARADIS, a dressmaker of  wide experience, has removed her  dressmaking parlors* to the Matthews house, on Cliff Stt, west of  George.  ,FOR SALE���������������������������4-room cottage, bungalow type, with 1 to 5 acres bearing  orchard   attached. Also several  blocks of 5 to 10 acres; fruit and  alfalfa land. Apply to owner, Geo  R. Lawes, Enderby   Heighti.    ,   tf  ONE SHETLAND PONY FOR SALE  Cheap. Enquire O., Walker Press,  Enderby.  FAMILY SEWING���������������������������Dressmaking, and  pressing and cleaning, promptly attended to by Miss Lena Carlson, in  , the Crane building, next to City  Hall, Enderby.  ALL KINDS GARDEN WORK done,  by John Gardener, landscape and  jobbing gardener.  FOR SALE���������������������������CHEAP���������������������������Eighty and 1-  20th acres unimproved timber land,  2������������������ miles north of Enderby. J. B.  Gaylord, Enderby.  100 HEAD OF POULTRY for Bale'at  a bargain; mostly young stock/ come  - and see them ;" also 200 lbs. ��������������������������� shallots  - for pickling at 10c per lb; Hillcrest  < and American 'Wonder potatoes, at  ' $1.00, per sack.   J. Gardner, Salmon  Arm Road.   "  .' . 0    - '" >  Given away to our customers .,  FREE OF CHARGE, "articles ,  of��������������������������� *    ���������������������������- '-   / " - ";, ��������������������������� y -". A.-A.  FOR SALE���������������������������Cheap���������������������������Brood mare for  breeding purposes; also four fine  cows (two Jerseys). Enquire F.,  Walker Press, Enderby.  Beautiful English pihnerware  STOCK PATTERN  *���������������������������-/  After purchasing'- Fifty 'Dollars'/ worth, of. Merchandise from this-store, you,  are at "liberty, to CHOOSE,'ABSOLUTELY ;FREE��������������������������� OF CHARGE, any .-one  of.thV following groupsVof this, HANDSOME: STOCK- PATTERN as des-  ��������������������������� cribed'below: -��������������������������� - (- -" V ��������������������������� 7 v Ai' -'r-A - ' j    -i  COTTAGE   and two   lots     for sale; '  cheap for cash,   or terms arranged  y-  to suit/  C* G. 'Piper, Enderby.H A\' -  %,        ���������������������������    ,  -���������������������������<���������������������������:>  ���������������������������  BANKS FOR FARMERS. -    *;.   -   ,'.  Senator Owen announces^"that ,  his committee1 has. already given    "  \ ,  much attention to the subject of     - --   ; * ���������������������������.���������������������������  agricultural banking, and by:the -.      ��������������������������� ,-.  end of- the1', year will present, a ���������������������������- : -  bill:to establish banks especially    /7'-X iy  for farmers. V:   ., "   .'   .    ,.:'', O" I-  ��������������������������� "'���������������������������'  -The Glass-Owen Bill provides') - \y '_'���������������������������-.,  that country; banks'may lend;on [,' / '. 7.r  farm - mortgage,;/ but the^loair-'-v A:':~ /  must not exceed'half'the\value1 yy^yy  of - the .land, or, run- for' more: than A '��������������������������� \'A ,7, "Xjji  nine-months : and no .bank "must/ Aa/XX-X  lend .more than a quarter, of-.its^f- J- X7fA  capital on-land.   That-is aV;'far;//*T 'Xjy7  certainly,' as a commercial bahkr,/V-///,"���������������������������  ,can< safely:go ;; yet a nine-mbnthsl .''.;>, i:," *'��������������������������� i  loan on therland-does a farmer '  ru-.rl  ~i   051  -1 sz -iv.\^ri. 3'  6 Cups and, Saucers'.';,"'  6 "5-in. Plates^        y.  1-10-in rMeat' Platter ,-.  6 Cups and' Saucers7-,  6 Fruit Saucers * ""   ,'  1 30s Slop Bowl   '   ''.*  6 8-in.1 Dinner Plates'  6: Soup-Plates-  1 Cream Jug   .-,.'-   <  6"6-ih. Plates _ y'  6 Cups and Saucers 7.-  1 Covered ' Sugar Bowl  6 8-in Dinner Plates ' '  1 12-in. Platter.'^ "-  1 Covered Butter   ���������������������������  1 10-in. Meat Plat.c -  1 Covered  P" -   ''  1 30s Slop Bowl,  6 Souo Plates  1 Pickle'  ���������������������������v.  i>- -I ���������������������������--_ ���������������������������_ - - f.-  <-���������������������������?,���������������������������  11 So up' Casserole^" f'  ; ������������������i'.Soup.'Plat'es'} Lj" ��������������������������� i  p.j:   '" 1     -*l  .- -r.^ ���������������������������--  [il _8-inr'Baker, y--- ���������������������������'  '.I-,Covered 'Sugar \   ',  l'30s" Jug'f/ \ '-A-A  1 36s"Slop Bowl'.-' '_  1 Pickle -        - ','     ,,  .1 Gravy, Boat 7. 7"--  6 8-in. Dinner Plate's ���������������������������  1 Covered Vegetable Dish  -1 30s Slop Bowl   ',      ;  6 Oatmeal.Bowls   ''   \)  ;6 Cups and Saucers   '  ��������������������������� 6 Fruit Saucers w  1 8-in." Baker > ..-  6 5-in. Plates r .,'-  1~ Covered Sugar-     -,   >  1 12-in. Meat Platter-   ,.  l.i4-in.Meat Platter  6 8-in. Dinner Plotos  l'^Grayy^Boat z, A^X  U Covered'' Butter^ * \  6' 6-in. 'Plates'/- ' y''  1 Cream Jug \ ������������������> ������������������������������������������������������ /-_  1 Soup'Casserole  1 Baker. O. -  1 Gravy"Boat-, J  6^Cups anil o.rtu^L.i-v*  6 Dinner - Plates" ,"' ii ���������������������������  1,36s Slop' Bowl'_ -".  1 Covered Vegetable  6 6-in. Plates; .    -  6,Fruit Saucers,'-   ���������������������������,  6 Cups^and Saucers;  6-5-in'. Plates        fa  ,i_36s Slop7Bowl ���������������������������  <>  1 8-in. Plate  1 Cream. Jug ���������������������������  02  CLi-������������������3  1    <u  "-1 E-<'  1 Gravy Boat   ���������������������������>  1 30s Slop Bowl   j    '  1 Covered Vegetable  1' lO.in. Meat Platter  1.  ���������������������������   , rr-  ���������������������������r.        -.-^  Httle,{gpod,.;.for7it: takes'a" farm Y?^....  about teiis-years'tofpay-for itself.^\-'->. 'XXa XXy  XIn short,:the;farmer's'need;for^^^^^^^-  credit:is^different;"frbm tthat*6fi^ ���������������������������&<*\JU������������������������������������������������������?i  long-time7'operations.7 v. A:-whole, <;'.' $?-VP it/H-Mi-  year .elapses ��������������������������� 'from - crbpTtolcrop? 7 ^7X7^7fWBi  More than "two*years: pass beforje^^;AfivXuyfr  .the. cow-'sduplicate.stands iriAh^ZiA/A.AiAAXXf^^i  place."-.-':To^build;/up.,si. rundownXz-y^XyXyXy  soil is ia, matter "of froni'"three'XXA-z1 Ay'y/A&  to ."five 7 years; but '��������������������������� when ; the ,���������������������������.-, 7 7 % '���������������������������"<?���������������������������$  farmers;product Js :orice^made7;>i \ A'X 7XYX  there is "always.'a market'Jfor it.'V";yyiAAJ/^'y  He has-no urifashionable|gqods" >-T..l v^V \A,  to .carry-over.:', Give"'him (suf^^/^ . 7-y-r":  ficient time^d He can liquidate;','./ /f"XX}z..y)  He-' needs/long - term������������������'creditiXX^fXAAyXy/  such as / are, not" expedient/ in ������������������ ' " ��������������������������� /" y p/  commercial banking.���������������������������Saturday ./*���������������������������" 7 -fw;'; 7;  Evening Post.- ^ / ��������������������������� 7 ' "r/",yj -''���������������������������'. _ 7A iy''^:  MR.. WHITE'S VIEWS.;  1   "> I  -The, price., of lour, goods will not be raised one cent.     Furthermore, we^  do not ask you to spend the above amount at one. time,   but~buy in th~er  ordinary way and present your coupon card.  By the aid of this SPLENDID OFFER, you are enabled in a very  short' time to FURNISH YOUR HOME with a complete Dinner Set of  this Magnificent decoration  ABSOLUTELY FREE.  Monthly accounts will be treated the same as cash if paid by the 15th  of the following month.  Enderby  You will find  Millinery Styles absolutely  correct at MUNRO'S  OUR MRS. WATSON HAS RET URNED FROM    HER   STYLE TRIP  TO THE AMERICAN    AND COAST OPENINGS,   AND     IS   PREPARED  WITH THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN HATS AED TRIMMINGS.  Our Low Cash Prices  MAKE BUYING EASY AT MUNROS  Mrs. Watson's trimming experience in Chicago and Cleveland, U.S.A.  ensures high class style and workmanship.  MUNRO ������������������ CO. Armstrong"  .   THE DRY GOODS   SPECIALISTS  -' Mrr W. T; White������������������ Finance ;Min-. -<  ister, has returned, from a'trip-to .'������������������������������������������������������  London,' and -he ' brought' with,"  him a very satisfactory report on ���������������������������  financial conditions so far as they;  affect Canada.   Concerning the' -  ^trin^eircyin^the_money"marketr  he expressed the opinion that it  was due in the first place to the  great demand for capital, -owing  to the remarkable expansion "of  business, which has taken place  during the past few years,' and  secondly to the Balkan war, and  the fear of its results upon Europe at large -���������������������������'-���������������������������   o'      J 11  AIM STRAIGHT.  Dean Swift has told of how he  was once delayed in keeping an  important engagement in Dublin,  and how in his hurry he jumped  into a cab, calling out to the  driver as he did so, "Drive like  fury. I'm late now and have  only a few minutes to get there."  The man gave his horse a cut  and was off down the street on a  gallop. The Dean held on with  both hands as the frail cab, pitching wildly over the cobbles, took  an unfamiliar course. Presently  he called to the man :  "Where are you going ?"  "I don't know, sir," was the  reply, "You said I was to drive  like fury.   I'm doing my best."  Probably you are doing your  best. But stop in the light of  this little incident and ask yourself . whether behind your best  there is a definite, deliberate  purpose of getting somewhere.


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