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 /*  s'.v  ^���������������������������*8������������������s-:  Enderby, B.C., February 5, 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 6;"No. 49; Whole No. 309  Local News of General Interest and General News of Local Interest  .'&)  Nl B.   Courtenay   is    visiting   the  coast cities.  Reserve Wednesday evening, Feb. 18  for Musical Tableaux in St. George's  Parish Hall.  Coffee buns and coffee rolls fresh  each day at noon, at Joe's. Cakes  to order at all times.  Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Johnstone and  daughter, "Mrs. Glen, * returned from  their eastern trip on Friday.  Mrs. Scott, who has been spending  a few weeks with Mrs. Wm. Jones,  left for Winnipeg on Monday.  Mr. Jas. Mowat, who has been confined to his home the past six weeks,  was able to be at his office this week.  Frank Moffet spent the week end in  Enderby from Kelowna, where he has  built up a lucrative electrical business.        " .,    '  Capt. Hennlker   returned to Winnipeg the past week   to continue mili-  ,  tarry training in    Fort Osborne.barracks. 7    "  The" Enderby Growers' Association  is .prepared to supply-seeds to its  members, as ' Central is -preparing .to  fill orders to locals.  . Joe Doerflinger returned .from Harrison Hot Springs-on Monday, where  he spent a .week undergoing treat-'  ment for rheumatism.  Mr. S. Poison was enjoying- the  aunshine the early part of the week,  driving about in his cutter, after  many weeks of illness. >   .  At the evening   service on Sunday,  Feb.   8th,    in    St.    Andrew's  church,  Mrs. Dow will give interpretive read-"  ings from the poems of Robt. Browning.  Two rinks ol Enderby curlers went  to Armstrong Mnnday evening for a  game.     The   score   was    3-1 against  them when they returned home in the  morning.  Mrs. Dr.    Keith   returned from tne  =E3orthwest���������������������������on���������������������������Wednesday ,-=wMther=,  she was called last'week to the bedside of her sister,    who subsequently  passed away.  News of the rapid recovery of Robt.  Johnstone was received this week  from the hospital In Vancouver, as  the result of an operation Which he  underwent two weeks ago  with what he has seen of this district. He says that all we need is  further development and a greater  volume of produce raised.  A number of Enderby masqueraders  are intending to participate in the  dance at Mara to-morrow (Friday)  night. It promises to be the usual  dancing social event of the season at  Mara, those good folk having a reputation for hospitality that is certain  to draw a crowd, and to-ensure all a  happy time.  Mr.. Handcock reports so many of  our fruit men desirous of taking advantage of the- pruning school the  Government proposes to inaugurate  this season, particulars of which are  giyen on" another page of this issue,  that he finds it will be necessary to  make provision for two classes.  Jack   Morten    was   taken    to    the  coast, on Monday   for   surgical treatment.   No word had been received as  to the" prospects ' of" .his recovery at  the time ol -going -to press, though-  he left-  Enderby   in   a " very hopeful'  mood,' and^with ;no distressing symptoms jri'evidence.    ���������������������������  ��������������������������� Enderby hockey fans went to Armstrong   Tuesday   evening - to see the  match     between   Vernon ' and   Arm  strong teams.     The. game was harl-  fought by both   sides, and there was  plenty of rough work, to make things  interesting.     The score stood 6-6 at  the call of time, and the Vernon.boys  would not play it ofL  All who took part in the dance at  Grindrod last Friday, report having  1 had a very enjoyable evening. The  attendance was not so large as at  the previous dance, but the music,  provided by Mr. and Mrs. T. Sharpe,  the floor work of Mr. Eves, and the  refreshments provided by the ladies  were fully up to the best that has  been given.  Thos.,.Jalland,.. well .known to all.  The local K. of P.   lodge proposes  pioneer Enderbyites, and a merchant in the mining town, Sandon,  in its balmy days, died in a V ctoria  hospital last Thursday, from the effects of an operation for stomach  trouble. Mr. Jalland had been a  sufferer ior many years, and he delayed the operation until it could be  withstood no longer,  to hold a public Jubilee service In  the lodge hall, on Feb. 19th, and on  the Sunday following will attend  divine service in a body, at St. George's church; morning service.  Manager Gibbs, of thc Enderby  Brick & Tile Company, states that  he will this year put in a wire-cut  brick plant, and will have all drying  boards placed under cover. A plant  for making pressed brick will be added later.  "Dick" Attenborough was able to  take up the office work in the store  this week, after eight weeks in bed  as the result of the skating accident  on the river at the opening of the  season,in which he sustained a fractured leg.  Miss Kathleen , Stroulger returned  home from Vernon on Saturday, and  Tuesday evening a large number of  her friends of the district gathered at  her home to enjoy a social dance.  Many from Enderby were in attendance and all enjoyed a delightful evening;  0. S. Handcock, an agriculturist  and fruit man    of   Idaho, is visiting  his    brother,   0.   S.   Handcock,   of    Grindrod.     Mr. Handcock is pleased | through���������������������������if ever  An" amendment to".the "Milk Act is  now before thc Provincial legislature  to authorize every municipality to  enact by-laws fixing the standard for  butter-fat and total solids of milk  sold in such municipality, but setting  as the minimum for mi^k sold for  human consumption, three and one-  quarter per'cent of milk-fat, and  etght and one-half per cent of in! Ik  solids other than fat.  Don't get out your spring underwear yet. Mr. Foster, the weather  man predicts that the storms of 1914  are yet to come, and they will be  among the most dangerous within the  memory of those now living. They  will begin in a small way in February���������������������������one is now on���������������������������and will continue pretty rough by the end" of the  month. Near March 9th, he prophesies the storms will increase in force.  Certain reverend gentlemen are appearing at the legislative assembly  these days asking the Government to  so amend the Municipal Clauses Act  as to take away from municipalities  the right to tax church property. It  will be a black hour for British Columbia when such   legislation is put  A quiet wedding was solemnized in  St. George's church, Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 28th, by the' Rev. C.  Reed, the contracting parties being  Miss. R. B. Simpson to Mr. C. F.  Bigge. Miss Stark stood up with  the bride and Mr. A. V. Evans with  the groom, the bride being given  away by Capt. R. B. M. Cameron.  Mr. and Mrs. Bigge left,on the evening train for Revelstoke and other  points, returning this week to" their  home on the Gain ford Ranch.  Station Agent Burnham has been  feeling homesick the past week or. ten  days. He lost his dog Tip.. Someone evidently took a fancy to Tip and  walked away with him. It was an  awful blow to "Dad." ' He would  give much-to have Tip back again,  where he could snuggle his nose upon  his knee and say his prayers. .Yes,  Agent Burnham- had actually trained  Tip to believe in the efficacy of prayer  and .whenever, .he-had-a. piece oi candy  and .showed-it tothe pup, Tip .would  "strike ah attitude", of supplication  and wait until he got-- it. ���������������������������. Tip hadn't"  yet succeeded-in- -remembering" as' far  as a-men, and Agent Burnham hopes  that the sunofagun that stole him  will continue the lessons until Tip'  can say a-men.  Supt. McKay, of the Revelstoke  division of the C. P. R., accompanied  by Mr.. Trautman, from the Vice-  President's office, Winnipeg, went  down the valley on Tuesday to meet  the boards of trade at Vernon and  Kelowna on the matter of the discontinuance of the Sunday service.  To a Press representative these gentlemen explained that the drawing of!  of the Sunday train ��������������������������� was purely a  matter of business; made necessary  owing to the light travel. The company had to pull off the Seattle express, and all Sunday trains on its  Western^ branches. Business had  fallen off to such an extent that  drastic measure have been adopted in  an effort to bring the expenses of operating closer to the revenue. How  long the Sunday train will remain off  Mr. McKay could not say. It would  depend on the time it takes for the  business over the road to get back to  normal.  NOTICE TO POULTRYMEN !  SCHOOL BOARD MEETING  At a special meeting of the Board  of School Trustees held last Wednesday evening, it was moved by Mr.  Johnson, seconded by Mr. Teece that  a copy of the letter received from the  City Clerk, setting forth the position  of the City Council In declining to  accept the board's extraordinary  expenditure estimates, be forwarded  to the Department at Victoria, and  asking instructions.  On motion , of Messrs. , Teece and  Fulton, it .was decided to pay over'  to Mr. Ruttan the sum of $849 standing to the credit of the building account. -  At a meeting of the Board held a  lew days previous, it was moved by-  Mr.' Teece, seconded by Mr. Johnson;  that, having regard to the report of  the inspector of , high schools, Miss  Campbell's salary be increased from  $110 .to $115 -per 'month;- and- that "the,  salary of-Chas:"; Dugdalef, as janitor,  ,be; fixed.at': $62.50> per month'dating  lrom'the' 1st of January.  ,] It was decided, also, that the old  school" building" be offered"tne;;rEnd'ef"  by Athletic Association at a rentil  of $20 per month,- payable monthly,  until July 31, 1914, the club to make  all alterations necessary .-  PUBLIC  SCHOOL  HONOR LIST  For January  Div. 1.���������������������������1, Douglas Dow; 2, Royal  Murdock; 3, Kenneth Strickland;" 4,  Charles Murdoch; 5, James Pound;  6, Louise Paradis.  Div. 2���������������������������(A). 1, Helen Dow; 2, Lily  Watson; 3, Grace Hutchison. (B). 1,  Clifford Bigham; 2, Annie'.' Funk;" 3,  Josephine Paradis.   *    -.,, ^.   "..-.  Div. 3���������������������������(A). 1, Lome Landon; 2,  Carrie Carefoot;. 3, Kathleen Poison;,  (B). lMEva Bigham; 2, Arvid Antilla";"  3, Archie Thomson.',' - \  Div. 4.���������������������������(A).    1, - Agnes   Thorn;- 2,  Millie    Parson;    3, . Mary. Stockdale.-  (B). 1,    Dorothy   Keith; 2, Ted Dun-_  woodie;  3,    June   Fravel.     '.(C).'"1,  Bessie Bell; 2, Marion" Fravel; -3, OsV  bom Taylor.  "       - ".-'���������������������������".-  .,_ Div.  5!���������������������������(A).. 1, - Geargey ��������������������������� Scott;. 2 i,'  Wilfred Simard; Z-, Violet\Grant:'(B)'.  1,': Carrie- Anderson;,'2,'Ella'McKay ;���������������������������  ��������������������������� 3,"iAntoinette Paradis.     '- %.7;-v.*?*-;'>'  ^':"'  1,1-- - _'-  ^A  -"a >Vv:  '--***  ������������������j **���������������������������(\\y  J     V' *  "U if  .      %")&���������������������������������������������  m1  *t>vr.  'r   ~,?,  The Annual General Meeting of thc  Northern Okanagan Poultry Association will be held In the City Hall, on  Saturday next, Feb. 7th, at 2 p. m,  Business���������������������������1st, To elect officer^ for  tho ensuing year. (2) To hear financial     statement    for    year    1913-14.  (3) Delegates' report of Vernon Association meeting re. Provincial Show.  (4) To   discuss   advisability of holding the Show in   Enderby this year.  (5) Any other business,  All members are requested to make  an effort to attend. The public are  invited.     CAPT.  R.B.M.   CAMERON,  Secretary.  WANTED - CEDAR POLES  PACKING SCHOOL OPENED  The winter packing school was  opened in the Hutchison block this  week, with twelve scholars at the  tables and Mr. J. B. Castner master  of ceremonies. Mr. Castner is an  expert of the first rank, and a man  thoroughly equipped to make, the apple packing course - of inestimable  value to those going into it. It is  just possible that Mr. Castner will  be inspector of packing in the Province next year, and if this is so  it is safe to assume that the B. C.  "plfck^n^xt^yeuf^will^be^mprovedf^Mrf1  Castner does not mince matter's in  talking of B. C.'s need in this regard  and says clearly that our fruit has  gone upon the market not suitably  packed to meet American fruit competition. The packing school will  continue the balance of the week. It  is open to anyone interested in seeing the-work done. - - _   . .  MAY. YET.; GET ; ,THBIR. DES ERTS,  -'    v -���������������������������     ,'' ' - ; _-     , ,   \ -.v.���������������������������,.'>"' >'3"-  .'Montreal,. Feb.; 3���������������������������Tahcrede TMarcil  'oF Montreal, applied7today; for'warr'y^- *-.;y-i  rants;charging ."the "* Burns'' detectivity 7:?^^;;  engaged in the bilbery ���������������������������and'"c6rruo'-> -. ''--ryy.  tion case , with conspiracy." .Magistrate -Lanctot refused , to. sign- the  warrants, whereupon Mr. Marcila'p-y  plied to Judge Charbonneau fora;  writ of. mandamus compelling Lane- ,  tot' to sign. The warrants have since  been signed and will be served on the  detectives through the office of the  high constable of Quebec on their arrival there.  R-U-A    HOO-DOO ?  ENDERBY SHIPMENTS   ..  Since Jan. 1st, 1914: " - ,  Hay   '> 4  carloads  Lumber   '. 26  carloads  Cordwood   3 carloads  Ties  ..'. .'  7 carloads  -Elour^..,.........,...,, .6-Carloads  Fence Posts   '. '. 6  carloads  *\  .-  52 carloads  TENDERS are   invited for one car  of cedar   electic   light poles, length,  35 ft., 8-inch tops, sound butts, max.  imum   wind G   inches.      Quote price  "per pole F. 0. B. Enderby.  G. H. DUNN, City Clerk  Kelowna, B. C.  YOUNG STOCK���������������������������Wants to buy a few  calves and   yearlings.     Answer by  letter to,  Bushranger,  Enderby.   It  Mr. Crane states that he has already received orders for thirty, costumes for the Hoo-doo masquerade  ball, and this does not include nor  take into account thc large number of  costumes that are being made up at  home and in the dressmaker's hands.  It is safe to state that the affair  will eclipse all previous efforts. It is  certain that a large crowd will come  from neighboring places. A special  train is to be run from Sicamous,  and will also pick up those wishing  to attend from Mara and Grindrod.  The train will leave Sicamous at 8;  Mara at 8.25; Grindrod at 8.40; and  will return after the dance, leaving  Enderby at 3.30. Following are the  committees having the affair in hand:  Floor, G..G. Campbell; Program, G.  G. Campbell, H. G. Mann, F. R.  Prince; Music, W. J. Lemke, R. E.  Harkness; refreshments, J. Warwick,  F. R. Prince; tickets, J. F. Fravel;  door, Jno. Folkard; judges to be announced.  Get your bread tickets at Joe's.  SENT HOME BY PARCELS POST  A unique .use of the parcels post  was made by the friends of the late  Frederick Heist, of McKeesport, Pa.  His body was cremated and the" ashes"  ���������������������������packed securely in a strong wooden  box���������������������������were started on their way to  Germany, Heist's former home, by  parcels post. The'parcel, believed to  be the first of its kind to be sent in  this manner, carried $1.42 postage.  Samples of some excellent cut work  turned out by our old friend Fred.  Moore, came to hand this week. He  is now employed at London, Ont., in  a large engraving plant, and is making good in the photography department.  An illustrated lecture on tho Yukon  will be given by Rev. C. Reed this  evening at 8 o'clock in the Parish  Hall of St. George's Church, under  the auspices of the Men's Club. Admission, 25c.  And now the dental association oi  tho Province is appearing at Victoria  with the object of having the Dental  Act so amended as to give the tooth  doctors a neck hold upon the people.  Not many men feel cheap when  they have to pay the bill. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 5. 1914  thing about it:  we had more  of this X-rav  '   n * ��������������������������� ��������������������������� mV      ���������������������������  clothing--worn,-'-  there would be  ewer-men,-using a  .%>������������������������������������������������������.'  womaE's; skirt to. ���������������������������  hide behind  IENBERBY  r%T% F"5 <f* H  Published; every  Thursday at Rnrier.by, B.C. at  .'������������������������������������������������������'. ".-S2'per.year, by theWatk-er Press.  ./;; AdvertisingORates;: ''.Transient;,53c.'an inch fiiist  .7 ���������������������������'{ irisortion, 25t; each^subseiuent insertion. Con-  V.. ' tract aflvcrtiiiin,  ,-$r  in inch per month..  ^,L,2gaI Notices:'12c1 a; line first insertion:, Sc a line  7. each subsequent.insertion.  Heading- Koikes and Locals: Joe a line.-:    v,,;;;;  ���������������������������FEBRUARY; $4m.  7yi"SM;M  yTpSrrher e-r isy;yery, yiittl^y praiselorylibnbr;  ;;7������������������icoming7/tC!77^  f������������������ISf&K;th^  'liBltbecA legislature ;?^|'Talt^g^ou^'#piirv  f7^yellow-^  fe-ji-papersiriave^  '7: f o^th'em % 7/Bri eny'y-!^hey:;:engaged;:'tbe;;  ;--7 bfjNe^Yorkjyto7, entrap7 tlieyiegiislay;  77tors "������������������������������������������������������;in ;;a;;game ;of ;graft;v ���������������������������::;������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������; The';, detect-'  :;;;ti7es.v incorporatedyya:flcfcitiou,3;.com-  77pany.������������������������������������������������������-.���������������������������and,;: havin g',: a11 -���������������������������:��������������������������� the ��������������������������� moneyythey;  ;7; could;' use;y;they7; baited ; their hooks;  7 according-ly,7and;;. captured the; easy'  ?..:: ''���������������������������lry:'';;"r ^���������������������������;;-0.;y:Mou3seau,vM.-P.^P,j  v foS: Soulanges',; yand /chairman of ;the '.  v Private "Bills . Gommittee lu .the lower j  ;;;,;; hp use,;;;andy  ' accused:; pi ^accepting; bribes in con- j  y7 nee tion^vyith. putting the bill through :i:  7*the7 legislature.; It is alleged that |  - the detectives who;hatched the whole :  "���������������������������'���������������������������'".���������������������������scheme have the accused men in a j  ���������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.'tight place���������������������������caught with the goods;  on them, as it were. ,  It would seem |  :���������������������������: so from the fact   tliat^alL-thnie^haA-ai  'and- were, themselvesy being placed  within -the scope of the jaw, perhaps  they would not have; been so ready  to op-e-n the. way; for the, downfall, of  the weaklings ;who; fell an .'easy prey  ���������������������������into; the -trap set for .them:.;;-:';.  If the '"'object of.; the scheme, was ;to  prove the.;case with /which; legislators  may; bejinduced ��������������������������� to accept;bribes,. the  accomplishment df;.:the;piirpbse'>isi,uot  :of. ;very7 great;: imp0rtance.777Such.  proof is  ��������������������������� quite/; unnecessary..;;; But ;if  the"'; ������������������������������������������������������'��������������������������� .obje'ct";'.:y.was;; /to y accomplish-the  downfall :/of;:;they;mQh" entrapped, /then  :the7vhble7 garnet  theyycrim^  Moiisseau/;trio,7ahdytheyiawy shouldyijey  p/uty;iiitp:;/Iprce^/ again st y theidetectives;  *h:o;/pS6rM7^ej|;brif^^  agairist7they:men7a^^  tfreyinfth<jyyyi77^  and this year there is another increase to nearly ?4,000,000, the total  being $3,987,0S7. Thus in the two  and a half years of, the present government's rule the appropriations for  agriculture have been increased by no  less than ������������������2,300,000, and today it is  not iar from three times what it was  in 1910-11.  ONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  Rest,-516,000,000  'DEGRBASE;TN;:E!3TII\mTE3S^  PRUNING   SCHOOLS  The Department of Agriculture, in j  accordance with its policy of past  years, of providing means whereby  the mat growers may receive special  training in the more difF",,ilt branches of. their work, has decided to  hold pruning schools at a number of  points this winter. The pruning  schools will be conducted along lines  similar to the packing schools.  The Department will provide a competent instructor, and pay his expenses. The local administration of  the pruning schools will be placed in  the hands of a responsible local "body  such as the Farmers' Institute, the  Fruit Growers' ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Association, or the  Board of; Trade, who will be responsible for the guarantee of a minimum  of eight pupils, but not more than  twelve, with the proper (iuali3catio_,s  at a fee of two dollars each, to take  ten lessons of three hours a lesson,  the school extending over five clays  Where thc number of pupils in a district justifies, two pruning schools  may be arranged for, in which the  minimum; guarantee will be sixteen  pupils, a,nd not over twenty-four.  ; The local organization will also  provide an orchard " or orchards,  where/ the /instructor ;may hold the  pruning classes, and a ball pr room  in which the lectures may.be held.  Besides  the:   actual practice in  the  orchard,; of   which    the    course  will  cdnsistychiefly,  where the pupils will  prune trees; under; the  supervision  of  the linstructbr,y/there  will be  several  lecturea/'oh-ithevfollowing subjects:  ;;yl;/yThe/thepryypf pruning.  7/2/yy^&n]uytiphypf; fruit buds. -  .73.y"Pruning7|as:-/ related    to    plant  grb;wth7y,/;yy;/:-fe;;/yy   . .  H. V, Meredith, Esq., President   :       -' > l.: ;,v/..  -.Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor,. General Manager ���������������������������,,/ ..'....y. .  BRANCHES IN LONDON, BNG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT   '    "���������������������������  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest-credited 30th  June    aud 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A. E. TAYLOR, Manager  WE HAVE  JUST RECEIVED A, CAR OF FLOUR :AND FEED.WHICH  VE ARE SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES :  rice to Members "    To 'non-Members  PRIDE OF THE PRAIRIE FLOUR.  WHEAT  ....  OATS    BARLEY  CHOP���������������������������   BRAN  ;   SHORTS     CARROTS (Red)    TURNIPS      POTATOES    IMOTHY HAY    Sack  Ton  Sack  Ton  1.5&  s<  $ 1.C5  ?  1.G0  ��������������������������� 31.50  1.65  ' , 3,3.00  1.30  25.75  1.40  27.00  1.30  26.00  1.40  27.00  1.20  24.00'      .  1.30  . 2f, 00  1.30  26.00  1.40  28.00  .75  15.00  .75  15.00  .75  15.00  .75  15.00  1.10  22.00  ���������������������������   1.10  22.00  17.00  ���������������������������  ���������������������������.  17.00  THESE PRICES ARE CASH AT WAREHOUSE. ���������������������������  OPEN  WEDNESDAY   \ND   SAr.nU P.PAY AFTERNOONS.  ix up your  and  House, Barn,  vane-  ;;.The,y;main7  were handed;  House on- ;J{  estimates,;-yfor ;7;;1?14-15.  down 7.in 7the; Dominion  ,n i;/v 20th;'/:/:;/;-Theseyesti-.  resigned their seats in the legislature  and   retired   to    private   life.      -Mr.  ���������������������������-iMous'seau," in    tendering   his resignation, s'.'tid:  "In viewy of the situation in which  I am placed,  I feel  that no effort of i  my part can justify ma completely to  everybody':-;  satisfaction.      With   this  feeling,  and   in    profound anguish, I  "rinmWce^  leagues who.se friendship is ho dear to !  me and tho scat I held through thei  confidence of- my fellow Hiixens, the;  loss of  which  I  bitterly regret." |  While rrinny will laud the sharp;  practice of the ISurn.-;' detectives, and ;  pr:ii.-e the Montreal Daily Mail for ;  the part it has taken in the game, it, ���������������������������  cannot he said tli.'it A he exposure it; i  to thc credit, of anyone. The detec- \  tives had a free hand. They went j  into the f-'imc to |i\* irui't upon'some ;  one. Ii not upon the Mousscgu trio ;  then some one else. They had noth- '  ing to fetir, and would naturally go j  the limit in making tho read smooth:  for the downfall of r.iio men they |  selected to debauch. That they did !  their work well there is no doubt. >  Burns and Ins men never expose their  hand until they have their quarry  "dead to right-" " In the present!  ease th':y had their quarry at a dis- j  advantage. They were (loe.ting a fie-!  titioiis company, with the avowed'  purpose of entrni'ping somebody. If j  they were engaged in floating the \  real thiiiL', and had their own capita!  at  stake���������������������������or    any   capital  at stake��������������������������� j  mates total;/$146,786,120/for inordinary  expenditures',/as; compared, withy?14.3,-  213;315:; last . year,/ or an -increase of  $3,573;312.: y Capital //expenditure Jor  the co ming year is -estimated at $43, -  949,050, as /comparcd/'with $59,443,351  ;lastvyear,: or a decrease of $15,494,30]/  The.���������������������������/.net-.;:;.decrease on the/total;esti-:  :mates;;:df; thisfyear as compared "with  last; yeari is - $11,920,9907.'- As��������������������������� is;:usual,:  a: considerable /portion/of "."this- year's  estimates are: revotes of sums which  were appropriated last year and not  expended.  A striking feature of the estimate?  is the big increase in the vote for  lEjfifeultni't  ;77Sy^P"Srftfting7 undesirable  ;tie3;y^;:y;;;;7;7/i;';/y;y//iy  yo^yFirst'/aidytpninjured trees.  yyTheypupils'/wiil;;; provide their own  /^uning^ytpols^tiib: necessary tools be-  ;ihgaa;pair;;pf-pruning shears, a saw,  and; a;;ppcket/whetstone. A pruning  pole; and a light'ladder may also be  -rrrtiitfl-ast"-  ar^oniie"  Lauricr administration the total vote  for agriculture was $1,540,234. In  the first year of the Borden administration the increase was over a million, the total vote of 1912-13 being  $2,703,400. The following year the  vote was again increased to $3,381,725  Syrup of  Linseed,  Licorice  "hlorodvne  7 ODD ELECTRICAL EFFECTS  Illumiriation / experts are hard at  work experimenting to produce novel  lighting/ devices/ for the Panama-  Pacific ; /; International Exposition.  Several; original lighting appliances  .have./.been devised and these are being  perfected;in 7the;; laboratories. One"  of these is ��������������������������� a-vapor tube which will  be used/to illuminate the cascades on  the Court of Abundance. These tubes  will be '������������������������������������������������������placed/beneath the water, and  when vari-coiored lights arc produced  in them, their delicate shades will  glow through the seething waterfalls,  throwing' daWEy^lliaclows'" over" thT  vines and evergreens along the cascades. Another striking illumination feature will be used for the  Palace oi Horticulture and will make  this huge palace a scene of grandeur  and splendor. A battery of ���������������������������.searchlights will be placed beneath the  large dome of this bu'Hding, and their  rays JvilLbe���������������������������made���������������������������to pass-through-  revolving screens of various colors.  This will throw great shafts of colored light about the dome, illuminating the entire palace as well.  Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last : ���������������������������'  No. 2, 2x4, per thousand  $ 13.00" '"  No. 2 Lath, per thousand    ,   Short Cord-Wood  .1.75  -3.75-  OKANAGAN. SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.' ������������������������������������������������������  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandbn"  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."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledpre.)  King Edward Hotel, PproiSk^IURPHY Enderby  $J?    ������������������  14), A  / JS������������������' Mimmi Bka/ &  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC  Fruit Lund Hay Land  Town Lots  Thc Liverpool & London & Globo>lrw. Go.  Tho Phoenix riiHiuance Go. oC London.  Ljinlj'i-Lincasliii'e I'ire rnsunince Co.  lioynl Insin-anceCo.,oC Liverpool (Life d'������������������pt  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  HELL BLOCK.   EN-DERHY  Nothing better for Coughs,  Colds and Bronchial Troubles.  Pleasant to take; quick to act.  A. REEVES  Druggirit & Stationer  riil'Sl. Enderby  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers fron  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.  ! Cutt  ers and Sleighs  Just received. A stock of cutters  and sleighs; heavy and light. You  can get as good prices and terms of  mo as you can get anywhere. Don't  send out of town.      Jas. McMahon.  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  When your Letter Paper runs low, let  us print the next lot.       Walker Press '/i  Thursday, February 5, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  M������������������M  OF CANADA  When will You Save if  you don't Save NOW ?  Though your salary or income  will no doubt increase, so will  your expenses���������������������������and many find  that the latter more than keep  pace with the former. Now is the  time to start a Reserve Fund���������������������������:  and the Savings Department of  the Union Bank of Canada is  the place to keep it.  Deposit the extra you have on  hand now ��������������������������� you can open an  account with any sum, down to  onedollar���������������������������and draw interest onit.  Enderby Brand!,      J. W. (HUMAN, Manager  PROFESSIONAL  Q   L. WILLIAMS  Bell Block ,  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Enderby, B.C.  D  R. a: W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  Afternoon, 3 to 4  ��������������������������� Evcnine. 6:30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment  ENDERBY  Office: Cor. Cliff and GeorgeSts.  SECRET SOCIETIES  "'GRAHAM JIOSOMAN  .     ��������������������������� >   W.M.-     -.7   "  A.F.&A.M-  Enderby Lodge No.40,  UeKular meetings first  Thursday on' or .after the  full moon at 8 p. m. ������������������l Oddfellows-'Hall. Vi&itmg  brethren cordially, invited.  JNO. WARWICK  . - -Secretary '  " ���������������������������  . t^g^S   ���������������������������."^g^/ Eureka Lodge. No. 50  -' Marts every Tuesday evening at 8o'clock, in I. O.  It^XWcalf bloclc    Voting b^thersa^  ways, welcome. W^H. ^ft.^. G;  . ' "    7 .    "       '  ' u:E. WHEELER, Sec'y.  *   '     _;   "   ' GEO. BELLAMY. Treas.  ^     ENDERBY   LODGE  -   No. 33, K. of P. "    -  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors Cordially invited to attend.  T. C. CALDER, C. C.  C E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  R   J. COLT ART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  detainments.    ^g^g$?$lM*  THE CHURCHES  "tw wm w  By Wilbur D. Nesbitt  t  We hug our griefs too tightly,  We count them overmuch,  When hourly, daily, nightly,  Joy lingers for our touch.  We are too prone to borrow,  We are too prone to lend  The sorrow of tomorrow���������������������������  What gladness it may send!  The snow laughs in its falling,  The rain laughs with the grass,  The breezes all are calling  A joy song as they pass;    ,.  When wintry days are over  The rose laughs into bloom,  The chuckle of the clover  Comes drenched with its perfume.  Have done with mete and measure  Thaktell of saddened whiles*  ,  Count up our richest treasure���������������������������   ���������������������������  The lasting gold of smiles!  Let us link hands with laughter-  Grief loiters overtoilg;-  .  We shall find our hereafter  - ���������������������������  Built up of smile and song.  oi  O t  PARCELS post regulations  CHURCH OF ENGLAND (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Communion;  11   a.m.r  Morning Prayer;  :30 p.m., Evening Prayer.  ' REV. C. REED  Vicar.  ENDERBY METHODIST  CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  1Uir.mrand'7:30pTmrrTue8day-r8-p7mT'  Epworth League;   Thursday,  8 p.m.,  Prayer Meeting.   A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  REV. J. G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St. Andrews  Sunday   Services���������������������������11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m.; 23th Century Bible Class, Tuesday,   7,30  p.m.     REV.   J.A.DOW.  Pastor.  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.  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both  ways from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South/  bo.und  read down  10:30  (Lv)  11:01  STATIONS  11:15  11:29  11:55  12:03  12:12  12:40  13&0 (Ar)  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  Sicamous Jet  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  North  bound  read up  (Ar) 18:00  17:15  ; j The method oMnding the'rate  c n any parcel .under -the^iew-par-  ceis1 post1 systemywill be extremely simple. 7/ Rate .carasVwiilL'be  furhishel to all .postmasters"and  i'or  distribution to the,-public,,  there being- a "separate card- for.  each'provinc3.   '-On this card is'  given the amount of the postage  chargeable on, any parcel up to a  weight of eleven, pounds within  tl e province in which a parcel is  posted,' and to air the other provinces of the' Dominion.  .' When a parcel is mailed, the  "postmaster sees from the address  the province to .which it has to  be carried, and-a glance" at his  card shows him, without making  any calculations, wk t the postage will be.    It is-not necessary  that he should know the geographical position within the 20-  mile radius, as all the information he requires is on the card.  . Arrangements are being made  -to-put-the-new=������������������par-c-els-post=sys=i  tern into operation on February  10th.   Parcels containing intoxi^  eating liquors or explosives are  expressly prohibited.    Franking  of parcels post packets is not allowed.   Parcels containing eggs,  fish, meat and other perishable  goods or fragile articles, cannot  be insured.    All parcels must be  prepared  for  mailing  in   such  manner that the contents can be  easily examined.'  During the organization period,  including February, March and  April, an additional fee of five.  cents prepaid in postage stamps  will be charged for each parcel  mailed for local delivery in places  where the letter-carrier system  is in operation, while during that  time no. parcel weighing more-  than six pounds will beacceptecl.  when he's riding in- a car, two  seats,he'll-occupy/ and. jrnioke, a  black and;rank cigar, ���������������������������' -while-wo-,  men -,'gasp.. and^cry; L. 'Thyimud  holes'he'srinclined; .to doze; when-  there's rid"grub abcuc;. a ; ring,:is  fastened in his nose, v'sb'he can't  tunnel out. -And when'hVdrives  abroad by'r day, -in' motor - car. :or  sich, all folks to give:'him, right  of way, must drive irito.the ditch.;  'Oh,"whether he is ih a pen,'  with garbage heaps"to "chew, or  in the busy haunts of men, ��������������������������� the  hog's a hog all through!"'You  see.him fighting for the", slop; a-  mid, the barn-yard; gloom; you  see him ih the- -barber - shop, in  public reading-room;;:you find  him.in the synagogue and in the  taverns fine;the"hog'is evermore  a hog. when he,is not;a swine.���������������������������  Walt Mason.  -   CO-OPERATION  NECESSARY    ,  -   ' ��������������������������� .      1  .The U. S.  Secretary of. Agriculture, speaking to the National  Grange said:-  '-'ItMs-absolutely-clear.-that-be-  fore the1 problems of rural credit  and marketing, the individual  farmer, acting alone is helpless.  Nothing less than concerted  action will suffice. Co-operation  is absolutey essential." They  are talking Co-operation in Eastern Canada, -in Western Canada  and in the United States, to_ say  nothing of what they have accomplished in Europe.   Why?  InB. C. there are 35,000,000  tons of iron in sight, and more  than 40 billions of tons oi coal.  Blast furnaces will soon be erec-  telin the province. 7  A big family can keep a man  out of most other temptations.  16:59  16:44  16:15  16:07  15:55  15:30  (Lv) 15:15  JNO.BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  WILL the person who fonud a P ur of  amber-colored gold-rimmed spectacles in the Fns'b/terian Church,  some weeks ago kindly returu same  to" J. L., Walker Press office.  Love in action will make  friends of. enemies and subdue  infuriated man or beast. Love  and you will be loved in return.  THE HOG.  Of all domestic brutes the hog  for swinishness is worst; in all  the bestial catalogue he's easily  the first. For others he has no  regard, has no concern at all; the  weaker pigs he pushes hard and  sends them to the wall. He gets  his legs inside the trough and  sips the sparkling slop, and  t'other hogs must root him off if  they would get a drop.    And  r.E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ��������������������������� ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  We can supply  your every want  in  toggers'Supplies  Camp Outfits  Our aim 1^ to  what youtwarrt 7  at prices tiiat are?  ', _ 'Vr-Tj|  PLUMBING, HEAli^IlliSlliiM  - /.'  Concrete walks      w-;;S:E;  need no repairs       m'*''':?'  Iff 'THEY are not only best at first but  m L are cheaper in the end than any  m*   other kind of walk.   They are clean,  fc-  ,  ,-A"  jl| permanent and safe. There is noli thing to become loose nor are they slip-  Pi pery. They improve the general ap-  Ifl pearance of a house and are a source of.  -H great satisfaction to every housewife be-  m cause they keep children out of the  mud, prevent colds from wet feet and prevent dirt  from being "tracked in" on floors and carpets.  Equally important is the fact that they never wear  out and never need repairs.  This free book "What the Farmer can do with  Concrete" tells all about concrete walks and.how  to build them, and a score of other things needed  on every farm.    Write for it to-day.  Farmer'* Information Bureau  Canada Cement Company Limited  B31 Herald Building  |||jk Montreal  *������������������J,  fc������������������M  F*J*������������������r������������������  sm  TEV TJ-7E'   PRESS,    ENDERBY,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA  A Tense Matter  Millie���������������������������Was that your intended  >ith "torn 1 saw you yesterday?  Grace���������������������������Yes, my present "future1'  so to speak.���������������������������Satire.  INTERNATIONAL FLY WAY"  Prevents the Tremendous  Loss from Flies  riles cnU th������������������ Firmc" of Canvl.i millions of  flilli'ManiiuallvHy retarding'ihc crow t!i orfattpnlne  cf animal* ami \<7 creatly Mducinc the liroduction or  mill- byconiunily������������������racyinKtbe anlniUfill summer.  Every hnnrr or utortfaiser Liiwj ihij ittteuuufe  tobetruafrombiio������������������u f.xserleHC*.  FIIpi Mso caii������������������a a treat loss oMlf������������������ oy Sprrjfllne  DIiwm ftomlarm to farm. " Intern������������������ttona 1 Hy  \\\y"willleuopflleiolT yourmlmils ������������������ncl give them  rVrfrct rest from Ita PMliferom InsucM. which  vill rnako vou more money in Maiffr production or  milk or Much quieter gr*vrth or all animals.  SAVE  YOUR  STOCK  By Using  ���������������������������'IMTEHNATEONAL  FLY WAY"  It Is tiosltlvely ru\rant"-d to b������������������ (ffectlT. In  Drtrln* Atov Kll������������������.Moi<iiiitov ami other Insects  Sbich* ������������������r.ritockwcl reduce tholrc^m-capacily  1MH harmleii to the hair and akin mid^1" J������������������ f������������������un.J  perfectly satisfactory  when   used  accortdn*    to  dirCWe������������������pbc9 our twalr vear, of.������������������P������������������UUontarfc of  "InUrnalloaall'lyVay/'audniic you w Ui.Uon  our positive euarint<c .....mo  Fon S.U.B xr ALL DEALZP.2.  IHTEKNATIOHAL STOCK FOOD CO. limited, TORONTO  Ho. 74  Answered  Did that young man kiss you last  night,  Mother, do ygv suppose that ho  camo all the way up hero just to hear  me sing?���������������������������Cornell Widow.  Then  and  Now  The young wife has given her husband a dance'. You're improved  wonderfully, Jack, she said, as they  sat down. Don't you remember how  you used to tear my dress?  Yes, he replied. I wasn't buying  tlicin then.���������������������������Boston Transcript.  $100 Reward, $iuu.  The renders of this papor will be pleased to learn  that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science  has been able to euro In all Its stums, and that Is  Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive  cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh  beliiR a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acfac directly upon the blood and inueous  iiirfaces of the Bvitem. thereby destroying the  foundation ol the disease, a.id clvlim the patient  strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doliiK Us work. The proprietors have  so much faith In its curative powers that they offer  One Hundred Dollars lor any case that it falls to  cure.   Send tor list of testimonial?  Address l\ J. CIIKNEY & CO . Toledo, O.  Sold by all DruKslsts, 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  Two    Heads  Who's head man in this office?  That depends.  Well, who decides things?  The senior partner rules on business  matters, but the office boy decides all  baseball disputes.���������������������������Washington Herald.  Direct Testimony  Juclgj Aukam. presiding in the police court of the city of Washington,  not long ago had as witness before  him a man who stammered, the affliction be'iis a sort of intermittent affair.  The witness would stutter frightfully  through two or three sentences, and  then would sail through two or three  more without hesitation. This interested the judge greatly, and finally  he asked the witness:  My good man, when do you stutter  most'.'  Well, Your Honor, replied the afflicted man, I do it most when I'm  t-t-talking.  ���������������������������Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  Cows  A Sailor Governs Railroads  Francis K. Lane, who, as a-member of the Interstate Commerce Commission, helps to govern the railroads  of the country, is in reality a sailor.  Whenever he gets the chance he  jumps into a .sailboat and handles thc  sheets himself.  ^'  \   U -13  -New modern plant of E. W. Gillett Company Limited, Toron  of six. buildings, with throe Railway sidings and separate  onto, O'nt., consisting  office building-.  ALBERT COLLEGE  (BELLEVILLE    :     :    -    ONTARIO  Over 300 students enrolled annually���������������������������  one-half of whom arc youne '*d'??-  Mlirhost -racilitio* In all departments.  Wlii reopen Monday, September 9th,  1912. For Illustrated Calendar address  ������������������ PRINCIPAL DYER, D. D.  Corns are caused by tho Tpressure  of tight boots, but no one need be  troubled with them long when so simple a remedy as Holloway's Corn  Cure is available.  The    Better Part  Willie���������������������������Paw, what is the age of  discretion?  Paw���������������������������The period when a man can't  have a good time without suffering  for it the next morning.���������������������������Cincinnati  Enquirer. ������������������  One of the commonest complaints  of infants is worms, and the most  effective application for them is  Mother Craves' Worm  Exterminator.  Sure Thing  There is one man I want to, see  paddle his own canoe.  Who' is that?  The man who thinks it's funny to  rock, the boat.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  Di'.genes was searching for an aon-  est man. /  Find a suburbanite who will tell you  i-is real opinion of country life i"  vinter, we advised.  Herewith he departed to apply the  greatest test of all.���������������������������Harper's Bazaar.  When You Buy Matches,  Ask for  Red BirdA  W'.'  ^7?=:  Sig/  (i  bast  IIST MTO HIALTH TO BOTHER AM CH1LB.  kWa-WmsLoWH BeoTBiwo 8iri.cp h*������������������ bt  .Med Jor over GIXTY VEAJMfcy ttlLUONf ������������������i  SoTHXRB ior tfcelc CHILDREN ^1141  tSWTIUMQ. with PERFECt ���������������������������UCCVM. W  iOOTHEB tic CHILD, BOPTSNS the 00*%  SXlaVo all PAIK; COR������������������S WOT COUC >���������������������������*  fcthe b������������������rt remedy for DIARRHEA. Itli*  Mlntely fearaleM. Be iur������������������ end a������������������k let M������������������  \ria������������������l������������������w'������������������ eMthiag Syrup," end take m Mmmt  kiad.   Tweaty-llT������������������ eeatt a bottle.  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doors south of C.P.R. Depot  Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled  Hot and cold water in every room  Hotel   practically   Fireproof  All  Outside  Rooms  "SITUATIONS_VA=CANTt  Young men placed in positions as  Telegraphers, Freight and Ticket  Clerks just as fast as we can prepare  them. Railway Officials endorse our  System because our instruction is  specially prepared. Day and Mail  Courses. Write for Free Book 19,  Dominion School Railroading, Toronto.  They have a true  safety  head,   with  silent    tip.     Will  never  explode  if  Stepped   on.  Eddy's  Matches  hav������������������  satisfied  Can*   .  adians since 1351���������������������������accept no other*  the E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  INSIST ON  GETTING" "EDDY'S".  Washboards,   Wood  Pails  and   Tub?,  Fibre Pails and tubs.  A Gold Mine In the Kitchen Stove  T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati, who  piled up a fortune by the use of his  name on catsup bottles, got all of  jb-ls money because he realized that  Mrs. Snider was a grand and gorgeous  cook. She made him some catsup  .shortly after they wero married, and  he remarked.  We ought to get a fortune out of  this.     Let's sell it.  They did sell it, and built it up into a big business, thereby annexing  the fortune.  Think and be    Safe  .When you are mad, try to think twice  Before you speak, my lad;  And thriii just take another think,  And you won't get in bad.  Criticism  I am going to put some white in  the yoke, said the young lady, referring to her gown.  \/on*t mat scramble it? enquired'the-  young man.���������������������������Chicago Tribune;  After the Nightmare  i One of the things that must irritate a delegate is that when he gets  home the neighbors think he has  been enjoying a nice summer vacation.���������������������������'Washington Star.  Appreciated  It  Father���������������������������How is it that I find you  kissing my daughter? Answer me,  sir! How is it?  Young man���������������������������Fine, sir, fine.���������������������������Satire  Are the besf ever made and are guaranteed to give "you satisfaction. ,~Al  all dealers, or 'send'-us 25 cents stating stylo and size required.       e      "���������������������������"  The Arlington Co., of .panada, Ltd,r  58 Fraser Ave., Toronto, Ont. ,  Why?  Small  Brother���������������������������Mr.    Sammy,  you a baseball player?  Sister's Beau���������������������������No, Tommy.  Small  Brother���������������������������Then  why  did  tell me you weren't so    much   of  catch ?���������������������������Washington Times.  ar"'  MTp --J  ���������������������������Dr. Morse's  Indian   Root   Pills  are just the right medicine for the  children. When they are constipated  ���������������������������Trhcn their kidneys are out of order  ������������������������������������������������������when over-indulgence in some  favorite food frivea them indigestion  ���������������������������Dr, Morse's Indun Root Pills will  quickly and surely put them right.  Purely vegetable, they neither sicken,  weaken or gripe, like harsh purgatives.  Guard your children's health by  always keeping a box of E>r. Morse's  Indian Root JMkin Che houae, They,,  21������������������������������������p   tha   Children   Well  W.   N.   U.  909  -J-he-abovc=photo-shows-th(^ne-wU'acJ.or>ual7th^Alo.one5   the latest link of thc across the continent chain of factories of the Mooney  Biscuit & Candy Co., Head Office, Stratford, branch factories at Winnipeg  and Vancouver. The latest factory has been purchased from the H. Smith  Biscuit Co., of Vancouver, thc pioneer biscuit'and candy manufacturers of  the Pacific Coast. This company enjoys a very substantial business, and  only last vear erected a new factory building of steel and cement construction which is one of the most modern in the Dominion. While the Mooney  Co. have not divulged the exact amount, of the purchase price, it is understood to be in the neighborhood of $300,000- .'....     n  The story of trie organization and progress of the Mooney Biscuit Co-  roads almost like a tale fro-m the Arabian Nights. Less than eight years  ago the business was started in a small way in" Stratford, Out. ���������������������������-Mr.-W-r-Jf^.  Mooney the founde:1. wno nas been and is still tne President of the Company, has been called "the wizard of the biscuit business." He has had  for many years some very original ideas regarding the biscuit business, and  immediately on the organization of his own factory he proceeded to put  .them into operation. One of these was, that- ractory-made biscuits, if  fresh, could in a Jarpe measure suppiant. the home-made article. Cons>  quenlty, steps were taken to place tne biscuits on the grocers' shelves in a  condition of'freshness heretofore unheard of In the biscuit business of Can-  aria Goods w-.ie shipped the same day tlifiy left the oven, and arrangements were made for specially fast despatch. ,The company's own line of  private cars was Installed to insure i.eanlmess, and to avoid delays and  a strenuous advertising campaign was launched to promote a rapid movement of the goods after they actually reached the retail merchant. The  effect of this pollcv was little short of wonderful. The business developed at a rate undreamt of by its founders ".nd each succeeding year necessitated extensions in factory, until finally a brand new building was  erected to take care of the rapidly increasing business.  In tho Canadian West the results were of a particularly gratifying character, notwithstanding the long distance from the sent of manufacture- In  fact, so satisfaciorj wore the results that the Mooney Company decided  that'tho proportions of the Western trade entitled it to be served by a Western factory, so that the people of the West, us. well as those of th East,  might receive Mooney's goods in an abboiutel" as ''fresh from the oven'  condition- Consequently a little less than two yeais ago the big factory  in Winnipeg was secured, and the results which have been achieved since  th:i. time have fullv ius'lifiptl th" wisdom of Mw> venture, and have set the  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������I of !.m������������������-0\-Ml on'the nrnnch factory idea. The business of the Mooney  Biscuit & Candy Co. is now conceded to be the largest of the kind in the  Dominion of Canada, and it ranks very prominently among tho big industrial entorurises of the country.  Although the British Columbia territory has heretofore been served by  the Moonev factory at Stratford, nevertheless .the business has fully kept  pace with the growth of the territory, and has now reached proportions where  the company feel that it can only be taken care of by a factory actually cm  the m-nund In addition to the present business of the Mooney Co. the  now'lactorv will also take over the existing business of the Smith uo.  which is of vory considerable proportions, so that it is expected that tho  new factorv will at once bo taxed to us utmost proportions.  Mr. W.'c. Mooney the Vice President of tha Company, who has been  manager of the Winnipeg factory, is now m Vancouver and will have charge  of the reorganization work.  fcisiOTl  fr;"  JT5  mi  y  iJMfoaMMM*  Ckewittg  Tobacco  A highgrade chew for  those who want something better than usual.  "Empire Navy Plug" is  an exceptionally choice  chewing tobacco��������������������������� rich,  tasty and lasting.  You are sure to like  "Empire Navy Plug".  ALL LIVE DEALERS HAVE IT-  ASK YOURS. t v-  fi  Thursday, February 5, 1914  THE' ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  I*  MAGICv������������������*P ���������������������������*y  B. C. Fruit Growers' Association  /Accomplished Good Work Last Year  i  ORDER NOW  !   l'  WHITE WYANDOTTES and Buff Orp-  i  ,ingtons, reliable .laying strains, $2  per setting of 15 eggs.  BLACK MINOROAS,  S.  C, $1.50 per  setting of 15.  WHITE LEGHORNS   S.C.,   $1.50 per  setting.   .,  S.O.   BROWN LEGHORNS���������������������������The birds  composing    this    flock were bought  from H. E.   Waby.       We now own  this well-known strain entirely...  At the recent Okanagan Poultry  Show at Vernon, tho exhibits of this  strain swept the board in their class,  capturing 1st cock, 1st cociou*'!, 1st  2nd and 3rd hen, 1st pen and special;  only six birds shown.  Prices per setting exhibition J������������������r,d  pedigree laying strains on ap*>lica-  cation.  We have recently imported some  ew blood from a well-known breeder  n the states. A few good S.O. Br.  jeghorn cockerels for sale.  "   Apply,    Capt.   Cameron or    0.   I*1.  Biggie,  GAINFORD RANCH,  Enderby, b.C  Don't   delay!       First   come,     iiist  served.  ^^  SYNOPSIS OF COAL fflSC BECMJWS.  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  - in Manitoba, ��������������������������� Saskatchewan and Alberta, the. Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  . one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre."- Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to on<j applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of^the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  ��������������������������� sub-divisions of sections, and in un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accon>  panied by a fee for ������������������5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  ^Mot-available.^but^no^othenvise.^A^  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  Tate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and, pay the  royalty thereon. Jt the eual mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  1 - The lease will include the coal min-  ' ing 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 atr*  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  tkis advertisement' will not be paid  for.  The report of the executive andssec-  retary of the B. C. Fruit Growers'  Association, endorsed by the directors and approved by the annual convention held in Victoria Jan. 21st,  shows the Association Is accomplishing a great deal of good for its  members and the fruit growing industry in general. It is interesting to  note that the fruit growers of the  four northwestern states have recently formed a deciduous protective  league to work along similar lines  for the fruit industry of those states.  The similarity in aims and in methods of these organizations should be  sufficient guarantee to us that this  B. C. Association has been founded  and is working along right lines for  the accomplishment. v of its objects.  The increase' in the Government  grant from $3,500 in 1912, to $6,500  in 1913, has greatly facilitated the  efficient performance of the increasing  work of the association. The Department of Agriculture has continued to supply the services of a secretary-treasurer, and facilities for carrying on the office work of the association.  The total expenditures by the association up to Dec. 31st, 1913, for  work of the year amounted to $2,248.  This left a balance of $5,494. The  expenses of- the last convention, of  the committee to" the prairies, and  "meetings up to the end of March this  year, will absorb the amount of the  balance. ���������������������������  ���������������������������Ax hundred and ninety-six members (fully paid-up) are enrolled, of  whom 15 are for life; 162 independent  annual; and 519 through the eighteen  affiliated organizations, an increase  of 101 members over 1912. The report says that a more general cooperation ' between officers and members to enroll active'fruit growers as  members 'would ensure.a further increase in strength and efficiency.' - -- _  ���������������������������_ All - the Dominion government's  work' relating to fruit marketing, including th'e" enforcement of the inspection- and sales act,'is carried out by  the fruit division, under" the Dairy  and Cold Storage Commissioner's  Branch. The'groAvth of the fruit industry in recent years has encouraged  fruit "growers to urge that the fruit  division be elevated to the rank of a  departmental branch.  A National Association of fruit  growers of Canada, has recently been  formed, its object being to-'bring the  fruit growers together for united action on such broad "matters as affect  the whole industry. The National  Association, by promoting closer  harmony between the various fruitgrowing provinces, can secure for  each individual district the benefits  of united action.  The Executive, finding in tho parcels post idea the   prospect.of wider  crop of soft fruits and of apples in  the Northwestern States, our immediate competitors, was comparatively  light, while the crop of apples in the  large low-grade sections of the M's-  sippi Valley, was extremely small,  further relieving us of Northwestern  competition. Our marketing organization still leaves much to be desired, and much especially remains to  be effected in operating our packing  associations with economy and efficiency.  The service rendered by the Markets Commissioner has been further  improved and extended. By mailing  the weekly reports direct from Calgary to the members a delay of four  or five days was avoided. The recent organization of' the Bureau of.  Markets in the U. S. Department of  Agriculture, for practically the same  objects as our Markets Commissioner  is expected to serve, is striking commentary on the wisdom of the policy,  which inaugurated and continues our  markets service.  A year ago   the   Executive was instructed to press   on   the Provincial  Government    the   necessity    of long-  term loans at a low rate of interest  to  co-operative  organizations.     This  was done, with    the    result that thc  Government    passed    amendments  to  the    Agricultural    Associations    Act,  providing for 20-year   loaDs at 4 per  cent interest, up to 80.per cent of the  subscribed  capital   when 20  per cent  was paid up.     The   Government further provided the   services of an organizer, Mr. R. Robertson, and of the  Deputy  Minister  of Agriculture,  who  together labored successfully to bring  into being eight   local organizations  in the Okanagan and at Salmon Arm  which   subsequently  "united- to   form  the    :'Okanagan   Growers' Limited,"  to market .their fruit.     Loans totalling $155,200 were issued:to the eight  localyassociations^. _'-������������������������������������������������������    -7     , - 7  Other   districts   have   made "claims  for "similar attention.".   A" resolution  was presented requesting the Govern  ment to investigate the situation - in  other' sections,    this   winter,  with a  view to promoting the most desirable  type oi co-operation," if necessary assisted-by the Government!.  The usual annual increase in shipments-of B. C. and Washington ^-apples to Australia and New Zealand  has been accentuated by the additional cold storage space provided on the  new boats. Shipments totalling  about 270 carloads, of which 37 were  from ,B. C, nearly double the largest  previous shipment;1 the balance from  Washington. V/e could' not probably  supply a much greater qaiantity at  present, but our increasing crops  make it desirable to pave the way  for a larger proportion of the business in future years. v  To   this   end,    a   resolution     was  adopte(L,favoring=-reciprocity-in-food  products between Canada and Aus  tralia and New Zealand. Political  conditions in Australia, we regret to  report, have defeated the reciprocity  movement for the present Reciprocity .would give us 25 cents per box  preference over our competitors in  Washington, who at present hold 85  per cent, of this business.  Have you been waiting for an  Edison D/Vc Phonograph?  The man who made sound reproduction possible  ���������������������������Thomas A. yEdison���������������������������has now produced a  Phonograph that plays Disc Records���������������������������a Phonograph of rich, mellow tones and lifelike fidelity.  If you want real music; if you want permanency in your reproducing point; if you want  Records that can be played for  years without injury; if you want  a cabinet that is beautifully designed ; if you want every improvement and refinement that  Mr. Edison has been able to work  out���������������������������  Then you want an Edison  Disc Phonograph, v There is a  model at your price,   There   f  is a demonstration aj your service any time.    '    =���������������������������    '  Ediron  Ditc Phonograph  Cabinet in oak. Drawer  room for 36 Records. Diamond.point reproducer;  automatic ttop; powrrfvl,  ���������������������������ilmt spring motor wltb  worm gear.  tomo* d CdvsotLm,  >  A Complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at  THE   ENDERBY   MUSIC   STORE  ITAMQUS- PEOPLEi���������������������������  BY FANNIE M.LOTHROP  Photo by Fall, London  h  Norman Grant  BUILDER ft  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doora, Turnings,  and all   factory    work.   Rubberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. C. SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell  Street Enderby.  Eighty-five per cent of headaches  are caused through eyestrain, so if  you are troubled that way do not  fail to consult Mr. S. L. Taube, at  Reeves' Drug Btore, on Friday afternoon, Feb. 20th, till Saturday 4 p.m.  Feb. 21st.  ma  ���������������������������s  distribution and greater facilities" in  the shipping and receiving oi consignments, has urged upon the Postmaster General that the maximum  weight should be 25 pounds instead  of 11 -pounds as is proposed. The  parcels post of the United States,  now one year old, has received immediate popular approval; its rates  have been reduced and service improved, and the maximum weight per  parcel raised from 11 pounds to 50  pounds* The general lack, of interest  in the parcels, post by the people of  Canada seems likely to act against  its usefulness.' The fruit grower will  have to press- hard if he is to obtain  advantages similar to those granted  to his fellow grower in the United  States. .  The past year was, in the main, a  successful one. Our fruit crop was  larger, with a greater total value,  than in previous years.,. Small-fruit  growers on the Coast 'had exceptionally large crops, for which the fresh-  fruit markets .paid a good price,  while canneries and 'jam factories  took a large proportion at reasonable prices. The early soft fruits of  the Interior were unsatisfactory owing to unseasonable wet and the  failure to hold up in transit. The  later soft fruits were marketed to  reasonably good advantage; the apple  crop, the largest tne Interior has yet  had, sold for prices much higher than  last year. General conditions favored successful marketing. The apple crop of the United. States was one   ,-,, ���������������������������, -,-, ^    ,       , ���������������������������������������������, ��������������������������� ���������������������������  of the smallest in sixteen years. The EldernellOrchard,Mara,B.C.  LILY DOUGALL  The Novelist and Her Work.  In thc old homestead, "Ivy Cottage," nestling under thc shadow of Mount .  Royal, Montreal, Lily Dougall,' one of Canada's most notable novelists, was born  in 185S.    In addition to the drop of ink that seems part of the chemistry of the  Dougall blood, she inherited the strength of character, the love for humanity and  =-tlit^������������������ttnel3S=6rpurpo^^  Witness."   Miss Dougall's brother and sister show the same characteristics in  their good work in journalism and philanthropy.  Miss Dougall spent her childhood in Montreal, and since then, because her  health was not robust enough to stand thc bracing rigor of Canadian winters, has  spent much of her time abroad. Thc education she received under private tutors  was supplemented by her study at Abbof. Academy, Andovcr, Mass., and a course  at Cheltenham and later at Edinburgh University, where she was honored with the  degree of L.L.A. She has lived much of her tune in England and Scotland, and  confesses to cycling and traveling in out-of-the-way places unknown to Cook's  tourists, as her pet recreations. In 1S91 her first book, "Beggars All." appeared  and, winning instant acceptance as the strongest and most original romance of  thc year, was"termed a masterpiece of restrained" and legitimate dramatic fiction.  Two years later her novel "What Necessity knows," received high praise.  ���������������������������'In'1895 her two books "The Mermaid" and "The Zeitgeist" won the appreciative approval of the critics and public by the boldness of their conception,  thc strength of treatment, ma*tery in the delineation of character, beauty in description, "the broadness of view and sympathy they manifested, and the dramatic  quality that held the attention of the reader throughout, and more than satisfied  it in the ending. So uniformly good is her work that it is difficult to say winch  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������ u ;������������������ <<rrim xToz-irmtm r>r n n������������������v " m wjiich  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of the Mara DU-  triet is now out.   GET   ONE,  C has. W. Little  inn  is best, many of her admirers, however, claim it is "Thc Madonna of a Day, in w:i  the heroine, Mary Howard, a selfish young journalist, traveling along the Camul  Pacific Railway, is lost among the v������������������������������������t snowy solitudes of thc mountains, and wanders  into a lawless mining camp. The story is original throughout, and, though witty  and cynical at times, there runs through it the thread of a mighty purpose, worked  out with rare force and effectiveness. ,  With the work of many contemporary novelists one feels that haying read one  story one can predict just'how the others will turn out; they seem literary stock  companies where the characters may change their dress and their lines, but are  in essence ever the same old characters in new masquerade. But Miss Dougall  -has that rare gift of continuous originality, each story having tho charm of .individuality and novelty.  Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Cin������������������4������������������, In tile j-*u IMS. br W, C Maclc. at tUo Department of Asrku'.'.ur.  W. G. PELL  New Up-to-Date Shop, on  Russell St., west of Vernon Rd,  Enderby  anil General Bia&Ksmithlng  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound y0urve  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PREsS  1      "        f'n,*"'~'M  , y 7.*v4-i  7", ''"ij-.vrfl  V. **j-"HIs I  s* THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  &%*&.*  .-:*&&������������������  8S  . 'c   i W'       ������������������K\   V,   jj ..tit'      j>*.  f  a?  &?  iP  $TO  '*3>(  ryiVHS-:  ���������������������������v-*  :#!:  l^V  OTlW  TA''  \d  M  ft  J^-N  .HsS������������������  \\,:-  ���������������������������.ss  V:'  1  r\5  ^  few  /Sy  ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������?(  '^'.������������������������������������������������������i  r  Jj <ui *C/ L/  OWfft  ^ 71 Ri ft fl  Central Farmers' Institute Holds  ��������������������������� Interesting Convention at Victoria  CITY OF ENDERBY  Mr. C. S. Handcock, secretary of  the Northern Okanagan Farmers' Institute, and delegate to the Central  Institute convention which closed in  Victoria last week, returned from the  .coast this week. Mn Handcock reports the convention to have been a  most successful one, and productive  of much good to the institutes in general. The key note of thc gathering  was "Think Provincially."1 Mr.  Handcock was placed on the resolutions committee, and he says they  were pressed with work from the  opening of the convention to the hour  of closing. Some 200 resolutions  were placed in the hands of the resolutions committee. '-'These had to be  boiled down to about 50, and the  mover of each resolution was there  at all times to see that his pet did  not have its head taken off, or that  it shonld not be redrafted out of all  resemblance to its onginal form. If  there was one lesson that the convention impressed upon its members  more forcibly than another, it was  the necessity of "thinking provincially  in all matters looking for remedial  legislation.  That hardy annual, the petitioning  for bounties from the Government, on  the numerous varieties of vermin,  animals, hawks, owls, etc., again  ���������������������������^ut in its appearance, but when rats  wore mentioned, one delegate killed  the debate by suggesting that if these  animals were to be included they  might as well include chicken lice and  other insect pests. The plague of  gophers, however, was quite another  matter, and Mr. W. E. Scott, deputy  minister of agriculture, recommended  the use of a poison which he said had  been most successful on the Prairies.  Me spoke of a strychnined potato  nailed to a stick as an excellent  method for destroying blue jays;  while another delegate stated that  polishing a gopher trap provided a  lure that no 'mountain rat could pass  up. Another delegate said that no  chicken hawks would bother a ranch  on which peafowl were kept. The  Government was repuested to assist  in ascertaining the best methods oi  destroying gophers. The part referring to bounties was dropped.  The gun tax on farmers was the  cause of considerable discussion, and  the convention concluded to request  that the tax be reduced to 51, under  which the farmer should be allowed  to hunt anywhere in unrestricted  territory within his electoral district.  A resolution from the Bulkley Val  ley requested    the   Government, that,  with a view to more rapid settlement  outstanding    payments for purchased  lands be called in.  A resolution was carried requesting  the Government to engage an expert  in the char-pitting method for the  purpose of educating the settlers of  the    Province,    although    it was the  could be grown was a pleasant place  to live and to farm in. They had a  crop of enormous dimensions in front  of them this year, and were maJking  preparations to handle it; but his  chief anxiety centred in the high cost  of production, which left them at a  disadvantage in thc keen competition  they encountered on the Prairies. He  hoped great things from the stimulation of a desire for inter-proviucial  trade which the fruit growers had  aided greatly by sending delegates to  take council with the grain growers.  Mr. Thomas Cunningham, Dominion  fruit pest inspector, addressed the  convention, and urged on them the  necessity for the quarantine legislation which he had asked for, though  unsuccessfully, from Ottawa, last  year. The danger to their crops was  intense. He had turned back this  last year 44,472 packages of fruit and  690 tons of potatoes. One grave  menace in connection with potatoes  was the tuber moth, a pest for which  no control methods were known, and  tvhich was steadily advancing north  west towards them from California.  Let them imagine what it would  mean to have the potato crop���������������������������the  most useful vegetable���������������������������ruined. He  urged the farmers to combine and insist on the Dominion Government  granting them the protection they desired and deserved. He had one  piece. of advice to offer the fruit  growers which he believed would" aid  them in reducing the cost of production, or at any rate, would avoid a  large amount of waste. That was  to store their fruit at the point of  origin and not at the big consuming  centres. Fruit brought to the coast  from the interior speedily "fell down'  and a large amount was lost in  quality.  NOTICE is hereby given that the  first sitting of the Annual Court of  Revision of, the Municipality of the  City of Enderby for the year 1914  will be held at the City Hall, Enderby, on Monday, the 2nd day of March  1914, at 8 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of hearing and determining  complaints against the assessment  as made by the Assessor, and revising and correcting tne assessment  roll.- .  Any person complaining against the  assessment must give notice in writing to the Assessor of the ground of  his complaint at least 10 days before  the date of the said first sitting of  the Court of Revision. "  Dated at the City Hall, Enderby,  this 31st day of January, 1914.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City  Clerk.  Thursday, February 5, 1914  WILL LIFT EMBARGO ON  ARMS  V1;  Remember the date of Mr. Taube's  visit to Reeves' Drug Store, on Friday sfternoon, Feb. 20th, and Saturday, till 4 p.m., and if there is anything wrong with your eyesight do  not fail to consult him.  No matter how much exaggerated,  praise is always nearer the truth  than abuse.  A fine line of Ladies' and Misses'  Underwear and^UnderGarments  We solicit your inspection  ATTENBOROUGH ������������������ CAMAY  Ladies'   Wear   &  Men's  Wear  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION  Xotice is hereby given that the  partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, as contractors in thc city of Enderby, has  been this day dissolved by mutual  consent.  All debts owing to the said partnership arc to be paid to Herman Gildemeester, at Enderby aforesaid, and all claims against the said  partnership are to be presented to  the said Herman Gildemeester, by  whom the same will be settled, and  who will continue the business.  Dated at Enderby, this 20th day of  January A.D. 1914.  DOWNHAM & GILDEMEESTER.  Not many men feel cheap when  they have to pay the bill.  generaTHbelief of the delegates that  the only char-pitting that would be  cheaper than powder was that which  could be done with an axe, a shovel  and a box of matches.  S. S. Stanley, of Salmon Arm  fathered a resolution which carried,  asking that residents adjacent to a  river be permitted to take salmon at  ~any"time_f6r their heeds. ;   ;  Another resolution carried asking  the Government that the portfolios  of finance and agriculture be entrusted  to separate ministers.  The Dominion Government was  memorialized to amend the Seed  Control Act so as to prohibit the  sale of seed grain or grasses containing any seed of Canadian thistle.  Mr. Lucas, M. P. P., a member of  the royal commission on agriculture,  addressed the convention on conditions in the agricultural world of  Australia and New Zealand, and suggested that if the farmers of this  Province found similar conditions  here, thc solutions which the Anti-  podeans had found to many a problem might be tried with advantage  in this Province. The New Zealand-  ers had realized that to be worthy of  credit, they must organize; and another great truth which the whole  people were alive to was that their  agriculture was a national asset.  Mr. H. Mi Winslow, provincial horticulturist, spoke of the connection  between fruit growing and a pleasant  residential      climate.       Where     fruit  SHORT and SNAPPY  The secret of the success of our  Want Ads. Is that they arc short  and snappy. People like a plain  business story told in a few words  end if they want anything^-they  refer to thc place where they  will find it with thc least trouble,  viz., the Classified Want Ads. Is  your business represented there.  WBfcSBW'Bjww* rtMSSB*5������������������������������������8WR* ���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������.vo*;  It is reported from Washington  that President Wilson has decided to  lift the; embargo on exportation of  arms into Mexico. This will -give  to both the federals and the rebels  the privilege of importing war materials from the United States. The  news has been received with joy by  rebel leaders, who declare that the  revolution will now soon be brought  to an end.  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a. word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  WANTED���������������������������For cash, improved dairy  iarm. What is the best you can do?  Send particulars. Box E., Walker  Press.  m ���������������������������       ���������������������������. ���������������������������  FOR SALE���������������������������One mare, weight about  1200; one colt, yearling; one good  wcjrk horse, weight 1300. Address,  C, Walker Press. j29-4t  FOR SALE���������������������������Two large lots, bearing  orchard; 5-room cottage, chicken  houses and outbuildings; corner  Stanley and High streets. Apply,  J. A. Miller, city. 3t  FOR SALE���������������������������Brick, lime, building re-  ment, planks, building remnants;  shed, 16x20, shingle rooi. W. A.  Russell, Enderby.  FOR SERVICE ��������������������������� Pedigreed White  Yorkshire boar, "Enderby Lad,"  Apply, P. Yfatf, Murphy's ranch,  End' ��������������������������� Iby  MRS. PARADIS, Dress Making Pallor, Cliff street, second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices. Work promptly  executed.  COMING!  (Alberta Brand)  Barley-feel on our own farm  in Alberta; killed and cured  by us, and packed in Enderby. Try a piece; you will  come back for more. It is  .delicious���������������������������nplhingiJjettetri  and the price is right.  W.J. Woods  CITY OF ENDERBY  TENDERS FOR CORDWOOD  20 cords of 4-ft. wood are required,  10 cords of same to be dry, and 10  cords green; must be of sound fir, no  round poles, and must be delivered  and piled where directed at the City  Hall.  Sealed tenders for supply of said  wood will be received up till noon on  the 9th day of February, 1914. The  lowest, or any tender, will not necessarily be accepted.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, City Clerk.  City Hall,  Jan. 29th, 1914.  An easy, pleasant life does not  make a strong mind. It is the trials  and storms of life that strengthen  the mentality and give power to the  individual, or wreck him.  FRIDAY, FEB. 13th  Parties wishing costumes for this ball must have their  orders in by Feb. 7th, to insure their arrival by Feb. 13th.  Cash must accompany order. Good assortment of masks  always on hand.  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE    J. E. Crane, Prop.  <������������������><$>3><$>$x������������������<8><sxS>$<Sx^^  SIGHT  We have made arrangements \vith_-the TAUBE OPTICAL_CCv,  ~ of Vancouver and Calgary, .for their Eyesight Specialist        "  MR. S. L. TAUBE  [who has had fortv-two years' experience in the Optical business]  TO-BE AT OUR STORE ON  I FRIDAY, FEB. 20th���������������������������gff&f  ^ If there is anything wrong with your Eyesight,  do not fail to consult him  .All work is guaranteed absolutely as tested  A. Reeves' Drug Store, Enderby  rm.  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