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 w  Enderby, B.C., November 27, 1913  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol 6; No. 39; Whole No. 299  Local News of General Interest and General News of Local Interest  ENDERBY NEWS IN BRIEF  The rewards of life are for service.  The penalties of life are for selfishness.  If you are going   to have wrinkles,  let them be joy lines.  ' Enderby merchants have big stocks  of pretty Christmas gifts.  Tbe pictures . at   the   Opera House  .are drawing very interested audiences  this ..week.  -1    Milt -Stevens and   F. R. Prince are  taking a pleasure   trip   to the coast  and Pacific American cities.  An attractive electrical illuminated  sign was hung by   H. G. Mann this  week for the local K. of R lodge.  .  Two-fifths of the immense vegetable  - output'   of    Armstrong     district   (is  -    grown    by   Chinamen���������������������������arid    sold   by  ��������������������������� them.- .      - -   '       ,      ,r  --���������������������������-A handsome - silver   cup   is   being  ' - played for    by   several   qf our local  _. pool-champions, "at the, Enderby-pool  ,. rooms.' A. ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������"-'. - ' ���������������������������   -  --  ."Don.t you think George is a little  . rough??, asked a fond mama,, and,the-  ' wise'-'Endcrby miss replied, "'..".Why"*tlg"  shaves every' day.''' ���������������������������".".-",  School Inspector Anistee is visiting  the Enderby school this week for the  ��������������������������� purpose of making a general examin.  ation of the work.  The "light fall of snow which covered the ground on Sunday, ��������������������������� has since  disappeared, and" the warm spell has  made" the roads mud. .  ,Mrs. S. E. Calder, a nurse'of wide  experience in Ontario and for tho  past year in Calgary, is visiting her  sister, Mrs." M.. A. Wilson.  - There will be a meeting of the ladies-' Hospital Auxiliary at the home  of Mrs. A. A. Faulkner, Thursday afternoon, Dec. 4th, at 3.30.  A meeting of all   interested in curling will be   held   at the office of T.  E. Rodie,  Friday  evening,   8  o'clock,  =^fornbeJpurp6^e^floT^liation.  Principal    Calder    desires   to     acknowledge   receipt   of    an up-to-date  Atlas of   the    World,    a gift to the  .school library from R.  E.  Harkness.  Health is the   most   natural thing  in the world.      It    is only when we  abuse our stomachs,   by over-eating,  over-drinking or over-dosing that we  ~nrc~ made sick."  Tbe Okanagan Poultry Show opened  at Vernon yesterday. It will continue today and end tomorrow. Enderby poultrymen will _mvc a very  representative showing there.  Miss G. Macdonald, of Ottawa, is  enjoying a visit of a few weeks with  her friend, Mrs. A. E. Taylor, Miss  Macdonald expects to remain until  after the Christmas holidays.  The many friends of Rev. Duncan  Campbell will be most pleased to  learn of his marriage at New Westminster on the evening of Nov. 20th,  to Miss Nellie Drummond Oswald  We would remind coreesspondents  that we cannot publish any criticism  of the acts of others or comments on!  public questions unless the articles  sent for publication are signed by the  writers.  If you have bought property within  the past year and want to make sure  of having a vote in the forthcoming  civic election, call at the City Hall  before Dec. 1st and see that your  name is on the list,  Mr. and Mrs. W. Waterous and babe  are expected' to return from New  York within the next fortKght or so.  Mrs. Waterous has had to undergo a  serious operation in the east, which  has detained them much beyond the  time they expected to be away when  they left Enderby a month or two  ago.  St. George's Church services, Ad.  vent Sunday: Holy Communion, 8 a.  mf, Mattins and H. C, 11 a.mf, Sunday School,.2:30 p.m.; Evensong, 7:30  P. m.     '  The Girls' Guild of the Presbyterian  Church will hold a sale of fancy work  and candies in the basement of the  church on Saturday, Dec. 13th, from  2:30 to 6 p.m.     Tea will be served.  Died���������������������������At their home on Railway  avenue, Nov. 26, 1913, Martha, beloved wife of Wm.' Moore, aged 68  years. Funeral from the residence  Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Nov.  28th. -    "^  next Wednesday evening the regular dance will be given by the En:  .erby. orchestra.. ~ These"-social hops  have proved very enjoyable", and_it is  certain to be 'a. very popular series of  dances. , .    _   *  ^^Secreta^^-- Kp,ndcock, of the, Farm:  ers' -'Institute, informs" - us that tlie  packing" school is filled, "and the necessary steps have been taken to have  the school established in. - Enderby,  this winter.  Services in."the Methodist Church  next Sunday: 11 a.m., 'morning service; 2.30 p. m., Sunday School" and  Bible' Class; - 7'30, evening worship.  with the second sermon in the, series  on "Practical Christianity.'���������������������������'  Orders for private Xmas. cards have  come in .faster this season "than ever.  and it is very evident that Enderby  people are going to make this commendable way of Christmas greeting  general. The next- batch will be  printed by The Walker Press on Saturday.  The Directors of the Northern Oka-  -nagan-Farmers���������������������������fnstitute^ffave^tltlfcr  the necessary steps toe incorporate  the Institute under the Agricultural  Associations Act, 1913, capital $5,000  divided into shares of $10 each, as  per resolution passed at a special  meeting held on May 8th last, held  in Enderby.  Rev. J. S. Henderson of New West-!  minster,- secretary of- thc -Social-Service Department for B. C, of the  Presbyterian Church, will address a  meeting in the interest of social reform in St". Andrews Church on  Thursday evening at 7:30. The ad  dress will be illustrated by the use of  lantern slides. A collection will be  taken. All are invited.  The sudden death, at the coast, of  T. J. Cummisky, inspector of Indian  Agencies for the Interior, occurred  last Saturday, and the remains ol  the deceased were taken to Vernon on  Monday, and there a public funeral  was held, attended by thc citizens in  a body. Mr. Cummiskey was an old  and tried resident o f the district,  though his term of service as Inspector has not been long.  The next time you are in the drug  store, ask to see some books suitable  ior the public library, and then just  kindly slip the cost of one into the  hand of the clerk ��������������������������� and tell him to  send it as a gift from you to the  school library. Every book will help  to bring the library up to the high  standard it is hoped to have it when  the new school is finally opened���������������������������between Christmas and New Years, or  thereabouts.  As an evidence of what tbe Provincial department of education thinks  about the possibilities of the Grindrod district and the likelihood of its  rapid increase in population, it may  be cited that, while less than two  years ago the department thought It  was stretching a , point some by giving ' Grindrod a school teacher, to  hold school in a log cabin erected by  the* settlers, they are now building a  $3,000 modern frame school buildine;,  with cement basement play grounds,  and furnace heated throughout.  The businessmen 'of Enderby and  citizens generally regretted to learn  the end of last'week of the removal  of W. D. C. Christie, president of the  local branch of the -Union Bank of  Canada, from Enderby to one of the  Vancouver-Branches.; Mr. Christie  left this -week to '.take-- over his new  position. - While -our citizens will  congratulate Mr. ,���������������������������Christie on his-advancement,,'they.- ,'will regret to lose  him,as an active^ genial force in;the  business life ^ of the community. "-Mr.  J. W. Gilman-takes .the place of Mr.  Christie,'as president v"of -the local  branch.     ���������������������������   : .  A writer irom Saskatchewan says:  ���������������������������"We have had a magnificent crop here  but the price is rather low,'being  only the" same for No. 1 wheat as  they got for No. -'5 or 6 two years  ago. " However it "saved the "country;  I think, as money' has . been very  scarce. -Even people who seemed well  off were.hard' pushed, as the banks  would not lend money at all under  any circumstances.<' It seems that J  the wheat,buyers have taken advantage of the tight position into which  the farmers of the Northwest have  been squeezed. The banks refuse to  carry; the implement houses come  down hard for money owing them;  the' farmer   must   realize,    and    the  LANE REQUIREMENTS  Wlicat^buyers demand the last drop  of blood in them. They are paying  only 65c for No. 1 hard, and it is  said that farmers are actually havin'j  to dispose of much of their besl  crop at a loss.  Tho menders of the W. A. will hold  a bazaar and evening social in St,  George's Parish Room on J'uesday,  Dec." "2hd."Doors"operr"3"p.m. till 10  p.m. Admission free. Mrs. Mann  and Mrs. Farrows will be in charge  of thc stall for potted plants, ferns,  etc., Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Keith and Mrs  Blanchard the fancy work stall; Mrs  Greyell, Mrs. Campbell and Mrs,  Williams the home cooking; Mis Neill  and Mrs. Turner, the candy booth,  and Mrs. Pound the Xmas cakes.  Mrs. A. E. Taylor is in charge of thr  tulip bed, with Mrs. Hallett, Miss  Gibbs and Miss Cobb, with other assistants, will serve refreshments.  The following have promised to take  part in the program: Mesdames  Rutherford- Blanchard,1 Neill and  Turner; Misses. Lang and Stevens-  Messrs. Courtney, Chapman, Crane,  Gibbs, Flack and the rector; Master  Blanchard.  BEDROOM SUITE for sale-White  enamelled iron bed, springs, "mattress, white dresser and washstand.  Price $25. Address, Box 47, Enderby  Press.  Combs and Barretts   for the ladies  and misses, at S.--H. Speers.  Turkish Towels at the right prices,  at S. H\ Sperrs'.     Fulton Block.  The matter of a lane between the  business street, Clifl, and Russell St.  from Vernon Road to George street,  will probably again come before the  City Council at its next meeting.  The matter has been threshed out so  long that ii is pretty, well known by  most people, though to- some there  is> much misunderstanding yet. The  matter'first came up when 'A Fulton  purchased a lane for the private use  of the Fulton Hardware Company, of  E. J. Mack. The merchants and  business houses on the south side of  Cliff used -the lane to get into their  places of business. Mr. Fulton was  satisfied to let them use" it provided  they paid him interest on the money  he invested,, in the lane. This some  were prepared to do while others objected'. ' "The ; .matter ' was taken "be:  fore theTCity. Council, and the "City  decided".-, that"fa "-'��������������������������� lane - should" be'  opened, arid Aid! -"Blanchard'-was" ap-J  pointed to interview" the owners of  the "abutting",properties .with "the object v of having _. the ^opening made ��������������������������� on  amicable " grounds." " The matter remains in .this unfinished condition.  .Now Mr. " Fulton has "concluded'to  bring the-matter to "a focus" by "closing the'lane at the" termination of  his property " "line, a -In this he ap':  pears to have take-the right course;  There;is no question, about the need  of .the. lane'. It would benefit every  property cut through, besides be of  great convenience to rthe city at  large.,, There is the right way to put  it through, in fairness to'all, < ancl it  is up to the City to'_do it���������������������������by board  of arbitration setting" the values, and  the purchase price- of the lane la~nd  required charged up to the properties  benefitted thereby.    ���������������������������  they .come into bearing. In New  Zealand fruit-is .apparently delivered  by the grower at'a sub-station of the  postoffice at railway station or wharf  and, where house-to-house delivery of  mail matter is in vogue the fruit is  delivered, at .the other end, direct to  the houseof the-consumer. Arrangement for bulking, the packages going  to the same destination makes the  scheme very practicable.-    ���������������������������-**,  FISCAL  AGENT HERE'  Mr. and   Mrs.    C; JL   Burgess,"of  Toronto,    visited   .Enderby'  the'past "  week.     Mr". Burgess is.the city.'s'fiscal agent and head " of    the . firm , of-  financial, brokers through whose'office'.  most/of the "debentures issued by ."the  "city.in" recent: years have;"beeri,placed.- ���������������������������  His-firm-is" also heavily, interested in ���������������������������  other /municipal;- /bonds- issued .in '.the ,:  Valley,- and-.he;' is _making_'a.t6uf.^pf*->j:  inspection of the'.West,in orderJtogeV"  in.touch ..with ^ the. .condition s-'-pre^'"-  vailing.     ." Commenting -W 'conditions'"  as he "found^ them1 here,'." Mr. _'Burgess'  said he .was-quite^satisfied-- that" this "  district was in'as' good condition'as,-",  any he had. visited.   ' "All-you".need  to watch here,'.' said rhe,--"���������������������������is your, development.      Get - the people on trie"  land;  increase-your  .population;' and'  show that you can   produce the stuff'  to sell.'' ..., -__. >    ";-  GET READY FOR PARCEL__POS_T_  It is reported from Ottawa that thc  parcel post, on similar lines to that  system which has been tried out by  the United States the past year, will  be established here early in 1913. It  has proved to be a great boon to all  classes in the states, the effect of the  new system being to bring the grow-  e'.'- and-consumer- closer-together.- To  the small fruit men and market  gardener it has worked out cspecially  well, enabling them to get their pro  duct right from the tree or tlie garden direct to Lhe table of thc consumer. -Small packages of trce-  ripened fruit are sent direct Irom thc  grower to the consumer, and by this"  method of quick delivery to the consumer in prime condition, and at a  price that would not be possible in  the retail market, there would be a  strong inclination on the part of thc  consumer to re-order throughout the  ruit season.  In  New    Zealand    the   handling  of  ruit by post has proven quite practicable as well as profitable. In  New Zealand the various postoffices  display lists of the different fruitgrowing associations participating in  thc scheme, together with a price list  for the various sized packages of  fruit offered, ancl the postmaster acts  as agent for the buyer. Another  vay, and perhaps a better one, suggests itself. It is for the grower to  get into personal touch, by letter;  with a line of regular customers, and  to supply them from the orchard it-  packages to suit the various consumers,   with    the   various fruits as  "DOING GOOD WORK  Office of Inspector . of. High  Schools,  Victoria, B.C.",-Nov. 15,-1913:'   '"A  To the    Board    of   School Trustees, -  Enderby:  Sirs: I beg lo submit" this report of  my inspection of the Enderby High  School on the 11th inst. -"The school  this year is of much better standing  than last. The number of pupils at-  tcnding_is_-much-���������������������������more.���������������������������pnti������������������factfory���������������������������  and the school seems to be quite  firmly established. The accommodation is very unsatisfactory, and it is  to be hoped that the classes may occupy the new building very soon.  Miss Campbell is a capable teacher  and is doing good work with ber  classes.  " MAKE"THI5"COW"S" PAY "FOR IT  A. R. Hathaway, writing in the  Logged-Off Farm Magazine, offers the  nearest approach to a solution of the  land clearing problem that w������������������ have  seen offered. The plan assuru^.s that  the country is primarily a dairy  country. Without attempclng td te-  move the stumps, the land is brimed  over and picked-up thoro'Uhly, f'fiu  seeded to grass. This rc;iy be d'V.e  for about $20 to $25 per acre. Now  with good cows on the la id in this  condition the stumps may ! e n-nroved  during spare time and the p*"ofics  from the cows will pay fui the wo.k  and pay for the land in five years'  time. It is not a visionary scheme.  It is being put into iporatfc.a in a  hundred different pla���������������������������e.. and there is  not a possible chance for failure.  end En:  ���������������������������           ta  BY ������������������  1PIIPJ  -1ENTS  a           ������������������  4J   ���������������������������*���������������������������**  i. i  m  ^  ��������������������������� ���������������������������a  ������������������"2  Q)*w  1.-0  JaC ^3  n  Ll  bs  ���������������������������O ed  cj rt  J3 rt  5 <*  15 cj  ,������������������  M  a  Q  0  3 O  m el  ���������������������������H  M  O  So  0  1*  W el  u  1*  an 1  to  it  2  6  452  128  20  21 Mt  Oct 14  Octal  1  1  13  2  1  V/*  0������������������t28  1  1  JO  2  IV*  Nov 4  1  3  .  17  1  2  No������������������ll  1  2  21  2  AV*  Novl8  19  8  Nov26  1  S3  4  rliv-*^  zzSZ THE ENDERBY PRESS'AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 27, 1913  SPIRIT OF CO-OPERATION  It is inspiring to see a number of  settlers pulling together in the manner which characterizes the development of Glen Mary settlement. Thiv  have a good thing, and they knu���������������������������- -t.  and each settler is doing his part to  bring the "district forward. As one  of them expressed it a few days ago,  they "try to help each other, knowing that as each is made contented  with his lot, and assisted in the development of his holding, the development of all is encouraged." They  are not jealous of each other's progress. Rather, they assist each the  other to get ahead. The result of  this spirit prevailing is.at once noticeable as one traverses the hillside  and witnesses the good work being  undertaken and carried through.      _  Poultry  NDERBY PRESS  5-4  Published  every   Thursday .it   Endeoby, B.C. at  52 per year, by the Watte er Press.  CAPT. CAMERON begs to. announce  ihat he has taken over the entire  stock of exhibition and pedigree  laying strain of Brown Leghorns  from Mr. H.-E. Waby. Orders will  be received for settings of eggs for  next season. Prices according to  strain required.- Orders filled in rotation. Also settings of P. B.  3 Rocks- (Waby's strain), White Wyandottes, Buff Orpingtons, White  Leghorns, and Black xYTinorcas. For  terms apply to advertiser, or Miss  Simpson, Gainfonl Ranch, Enderby,  P. 0. Box 121  & 123.  ���������������������������   ���������������������������i'j-   ��������������������������� ��������������������������� .   *. -���������������������������  Adveitising Rates; Transient 60c an iraoh frwat  insertion, 25c each subsequent inserti*n. Cos-  tract adverU������������������iiiK*. $1 an lnoh per ta*ath.  Lt������������������al Notices:   12c a line first insvrlian; ��������������������������������������������� a Njm  osch Eubaarjucnt insertion.  R������������������:idinfc- N������������������tM������������������s and Locwls: 14c a line.  THE HONEST VIEW OF IT  The   Logged-ofIv, Farms     Magazine  hits the   nail   on   the hammer     end  when it says:     "The man who is determined to have a farm, who is willing to work,    and   work    hard,   and  who has a sufficient   amount of cash  to carry him and his family until he  can gain a    foothold   in   the   ������������������ray of  some necessary farm buildings, a few  chickens, a cow and a rouple of pigs,  can  enter into the fight with the assurance of success.       He will  w _ if  he sticks.     On   the   other hand, the  man who is persuaded to give i.p his  last dollar  as    a   first payment r.i:d  takes a   family    upon a piece of i n-  cleared land   and    endeavor to make  a living from   the   land, and at the  same   time    make   payments    >n  ihe  purchase price,    is    almost  certainly  doomed to failure, and the failure is  bound to be a   bitter one.     J. may  be a tragedy."  Watch  this  Space  for  NOVEMBER 27,  1913  DIVIDE UP AT A- PROFIT  Pleasure Parties  I am inaugurating  a  regular  ������������������������������������������������������������������������-  vice for the summer monthi,  on Mabel Lake, making tho trip every Sunday  morning,    or    as    otherwise  required,    from    Cottonwood   Point to  the  Mill    Warehouse,    furnishing:  my  "gasoline" launch' or "row boats as may  be desired,    by   tha trip, hour,  day,  week or    month,    to    all  the  fishing  places on  ihe    lake and the camping  grounds.     Pricen reasonable) for good  service.     Addross���������������������������  F. D. ABBOTT  Cottonwood Point.  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of th������������������ Mara Dii-  triet is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  E! dernell'Orehard, Mara, B. C.  - The farmer who realizes that every  acre of land held by him that is not  producing revenue to him is a loss���������������������������  to the community and to himself, is  on tho right track.  This statement will hardly be accepted by the men who have been  holding 1G0 or 200 or 300 acres for  years past and cultivating only 25 or  50 of the whole acreage. But, work  it out for yourself: It is like the  businessmen who is carrying a ?20,00f  stock and doing business at a profit  on only $5,000 of the ?20,000. The  small portion of the stock that is being turned over annually has to pay  the cost of carrying the $20,000, with  the result that the profit on the  whole is reduced to a deficit. It  would seem that if th'is is true of the  overstocked businessman, it is quite  as true of thc overstocked farmer or  land holder. And if the few acres  n o w_ c i dtivated^i n=tbe=E n d er-b y-=d i s--  trict, comparatively speaking, can  produce so abundantly as to carry  tho tremendous load oi all the thousands of acres not yet cleared, it  must he a very fertile soil to do it.  The profit on the small acreage under cultivation must be very great.  Taking this view of the situation,  _what.would.be thc.returns to,the district, and to the individual farmers  of the district, if twenty acres were  brought under the plow where tl-eru  is now one acre tilled? And if the  present land owners have to carry so  much dead land on the returns coming to tlieni from the small acreage  cultivated, how are they ever to get  suflicient ahead to clear the bush  land carried by them in connection  with Lhe cleared land they arc now  working? Does it not seem to be  a.logical impossibility to bring the  district to the stage of development  its fertility deserves, under-.the'-present" system of developing? Would-it  not be a saner policy to reduce the  price on bush land to a point vvhere.  it would be snapped up by men of  experience, who would immediately  set to work to clear it? Small lots  of uncleared land might find ready  buyers if the price were made right,  and in this way the farmers of the  district who now find it impossible to  raise produce in suflicient quantities  to command a market, on the comparatively small acreage undir thc  plow, would soon find help in thc  right direction, and a solution would  be in sight of the problem now confronting the district.  STORM PREDICTED THIS WEEK  Foster's, weather report f< r this  week, concludes: "When the - warm  wave strikes your section, r< t far  from "Nov. 27th in, the far west, ancl  29th in .the middle sections, aud Dec.  1st in. eastern sections, you ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������oull  better prepare for a bad winter  torm. The great-storms of December will cluster around Doc. I to 5,  Dec. 23 and Dec. 29 to Jan 1. The  coldest weather of - December will  reach meridian 90 moviiiq; eastward  not far from 3rd, 15th, 23rd and 29th  and the highest tempe.atur.j rv"t fai  from Dec. 1, 6, 12, 18, 26 and Jan. 2.  Announcement  next week  wm r fit e^Aiw&ji n m ithing  Call at the Enderby Bakery and in-  pect the large    assortment of fancy  Christmas    chocolate    boxes      direct  from    Fry's,    England.. Finest    ever  shown here.  Keep *-��������������������������� Horses Warm  Fre������������������sh 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.  Wc buy first-hand for spot cash, so  can give you the best pric������������������  possible  GR. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  A fine line of horse blankets, robes, rugs, suit   cases.  heavy  and   light    harness always on hand.     Repairs  A   good stock of  promptly done.  OVER ������������������8 YEARS'  CXPERILNCE  Timdc Marks  Oksiqns  Copyrights Ao.  , AnronMefldlnf r pkatofa and ciciotlptlon way  QUieltl. nacarbnlii our opinion *fn������������������8 whether am  Invention ia probablr puKwUhU, Comsriunloa-  Uous atrlotly oonfUentlal. HAHDBOTO on Patents  wiutfrea. Oldest Tfaeiioy forseourmiwiUiiU.  Patents taken through Munn A CS>. reo*lra  styteial notUe, without chart*, I  Scientific American.  A. handsomely UlnrtJrated w������������������������������������My. I*"******'* ���������������������������>*-  flotation of any ������������������cientlflo Journal. Tarmt ter  Canada, |8.Tt a y*������������������r, poKtaf* prepaid. Sold by  all ntwadtaltira.  Ff1l!.NNCCo.351Brot<5^HewYort  Bntnefc OlBeo, 62J F Bt, Waablngtoa, D. C.  CHANGE  OF  COPY  Copy for all changes of advertise"  monts in the Press should be in this  ofiloo on or beforo Tuesday noon to  ensure the change being made. We  cannot guarantee a change if this  rule is not complied with.  The Walker Preee.  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with eity airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  - - off- his-feet he came here. - and now owns one of   finest brick 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."  (Extraut from Lowcry's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, h^mmY Enderby  < t*  i >  i >  < >  < >  i >  <������������������  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists in  , vited to givm us a trial.  Norman Grant  BUILDER A  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer ln Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and all factory work. Rubberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS OUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent 8. O. SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Ruseell Street Enderby.  I  li  4  it]  ,1  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St* Enderby f  r  hi  il  i'i  ���������������������������'Is  Ail  I  I  f  ii  fill  ."If  I  I f-
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Thursday, November 27, 1913
THE ENDERBY PEESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY
Make your
selection
early
o-fo4<>H>4o><>4<HKH<>><H<^
Ve are showing a
choice line of Japanese Art Bamboo
Wovenware. You
will find it to your
advantage to make
your choice AOW.
A. REEVES
Druggist & Stationer
Cliff St. En������������rby
Work was started   on    the _ wagon
road between Kaslo and Three Porks
in the Slocan, 21 years ago this
month, according to the mental diary
kept by Bob Lowery. ���������
��������� Colonel Lowery says several real
estate - men recently ran over'the
townsite of Okanagan Falls .in their
automobiles. A J despatch   states
tbat the townsite died a few days
later. ���������   ���������   A
OF CANADA^
The Confidence of Depositors in
a: tne Union Bank of Canada
Is Well Placed   7^77
\    Our   Paid-up   Capital   is
_. $5,000,000 ���������Reserve-,Fund oyer
$3,300,000 ��������� Total Assets   over
$70,000,000. ���������., y r .;���������
As a natural consequence, our.
deposits are growing rapidly.   In-
1900 they totalled $6,573;637, m
1905  $16,533,876,   in   1910
.  $37,409,681, in 1912 $55,643,353, .
while'they   now  exceed
$60,000,000; - -l   - r -
Enderby Branch,   W. D. C. CHRISTIE/ Manager
ASSISTANCE    TO    TIMOTHY MEN
A striking example of the necessity
of improvement in the methods of
cleaning timothy seed can be seen in
the following figures which are published by the Dominion Seed Laboratory Calgary, where a number of
samples were tested for farmers and
merchants. The samples in almost
every case were of exceptionally fine
quality and had they been properly
cleaned would rank amongst the first
on the market.    l- "**
The suitability of ��������� many parts of
Alberta and British 'Columbia for
growing timothy ior seed is unquestionable, and it is the intention of
the Government, 'through the seed
branch, to assist farmers in their
methods of handling and marketing
their seed.
Last year the Dominion Seed Laboratory at Calgary examined 317
samples of Timothy, of which 15
were received from farmers, 135 of
which came from Alberta, 11 from
British Columbia, 8 from Manitoba,
and 1 from the United States. -
Of 317 samples received 278 were examined for weed seeds and graded as
follows: Extra No. 1, 7; No. 1, 13;
No. 2, 99; No. 3, 54, rejected, 95.
Samples containing more than 80
noxious weed seeds, or a total of
over 400 of all kinds of weed seeds
per ounce, are rejected and are pro'
hibited from sale, under section 4 of
the-"Seed Control Actf"   ���������
Lamb quarters is by far the most
prevalent weed seed "found in western
grown timothy, ocaurring in 204 of
the samples. Rough .cinquefoil is
next, being found in 138 samples.
Other common weed seeds are -worm-
seed' mustard, gentian, yarrow, blue-
eyed grass, pepper grass, tower mustard,- curled dock and catch fly. Many
of f these" weed seeds could be easily
removed from timothy - by' aii ordinary, fanning mill,-fitted with the/proper sieves. - -. Z' \" ".- .-'.
" Farmers having .. timothy* seed are
invited, to send; "samples to the "Seed
Laboratory, Calgary,: for grading; or
to receive irifoi'mat'lon as to.the proper sieves to be used for cleaning
their particular seed. ~
^Sample bags in which, seed may be
sent/vasfwell' as further particulars
in regard.to taking and sending sam--
pies, may be had -by .sending a request to the above address! " Twenty
five samples, of-, seed will be tested
free of charge for any one party; after that 25cVa' sample is charged. /-
When down" town, and the weather
is damp' and chilly, step into the
Enderby "Bakery : tea room arid have
one of those cups of delicious tea..It
will make-you forget all about the
weather.  "*���������"..    .'""���������"���������*
GOOD ADVERTISING
Advertising pays. It. pays better
than anything else a merchant can
put into his store. But good advertising requires some thought and
pains. No merchant prince has become a merchant prince without extensive advertising, and no merchant
now days pretends to believe he can
succeed without advertising'. All
successful merchants are always the
heavy advertisers, and every heavy
advertiser handling honest goods succeeds. In this connection Andrew
Lang tells this one:
"When'a goose lays an egg, she
just waddles off as if she were
ashamed of it���������because she is a goose.
When "a hen lays an egg���������ah, she calls
heaven and earth to witness it! The
hen is a natural born" advertiser.
Hence the demand for hens' eggs-exceeds the demand for goose eggs, and
the hen has all the business she can
attend to."
We have a line of 30c. 40c and 50c
tea, in bulk, which cannot be excelled
by any 60c or 80c tea on'the market.
Try" a pound.     S. H. Speers.
Bank of Montreal
Established 1817   -
Capital, U6.000.000 Rest,  J16,000,0M
Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona nnd Mount Royal 3. 0. 11. O.
President, R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presiden ,H. V. Meredith
BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.
SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest alLowed at current rates.
Interest credited 30th Dune and 31st December.
ENDERBY BRANCH          A. B. Taylor, Manager
Nuns Co., ltd
Tea served every afternoon at the
Enderby Bakery. Try a cup and be
romfortably-warm' when down town
and the day" is'"damp and cold.
SEALED TENDERS; addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for. Drill Hall," Victoria, B. C.\"
will be received' until 4.00 p. m.,:on
Thursday, December 11th, 1913, for
the construction of a Drill Hall -at
Victoria, B.'" C."-. '
Plans, . specification and 'ix form of
contract-can -be. seen and forma of
tender obtained-on-application to the
office-"of Wm.. .Henderson,' resident
architect; Victoria";-" B. C., on, application" to the Postmaster at Vancouver,;
B. C.,.and at"this.Department.   . .-* '
Persons^ tendering fare notified that
tenders will" riot, be .considered unless
made,on'.the. printedjforms supplied,^
and, signed .with-their'actual signature's, stating   their-, occupations and
OF VANCOUVER, B.C.
Carry only one grade of NURSERY STOCK, and that THE BEST!
There is nothing to approach TREES GROWN WITHOUT IRRIGATION.
They are hardier, sturdier, shaplier, better calipered and vastly superior,
in root system to irrigated stock.      ���������-       " '
Isn't this the kind of-FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL     TREES',     SHRUBS,
H. E. C. Harris
< _
��������� *e call on you.     He-will be delighted
Ask our local representative,
J. S. JOHNSTONE
Cement Building
Contractor
Is prepared to furnish straight bloekg
veneer -blocks,,  cement  -brick, lawn
ras������, peer   blocks,   chimney blocks
alto' lime and cement.
ENDERBY
B.C.
FOR SALE
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No.. 1 Seed Wheat, Timothy
and Alfalfa Hay." For further particulars apply to���������
F.R;E. DeHart
Kelowna ?.C.
or N.;; E. Landdn,. on > the ranch
��������� ,  - ��������� .    Enderby
places of residence. In the case*of
firms, the actual.. signature, the nature of "the occupation/and place of
residence; of each member of the firm
must.be-given, ^i'   '      ���������        A"-'
Each, tender "; must ..be"" accompanied
by" an accepted cheque on a "chartered
bank;'payable-"to;.'the.-; order,of- the"
Honourable\the:. Minister';of Public
Works; equal to ten per cent (10 p.c")
of the amount jot - the tender, .which
will*beiforfeited if the person tender'-'
ing decline to enter_into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete -the work contracted for. If
the .tender be, not accepted the cheque
will be returned.--..' - -"        / '���������"'/'
The Department " doe's not ".bind it1?
self' torae'eept the lowest' or "any ten-.-,
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~\ .'.Ottawa; No^mber"lir;1913.-;/;(.;.
Newspapers   will",not  ,be paid, for
this ��������� advertisement _f; if   they" insert ".it '.-
without- authority from this Depart; -'
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It will have all
fitness and style
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Fine Undressed English Worsteds
Full or Partly Silk Lined
Sold in Enderby by FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd
DILL BROS.
GENTS' FURNISHERS        ENDERBY, B. C.
Sole Agents for Hobberlin Tailoring ip.'V'r-.r.v'i it< *&rh ������������������������������������������������������  !il^\t>i:?ii'.-i>.:  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 27, 1913  SEALED TENDERS addreseed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for construction of wharfs at Victoria Harbour, B. C," will be received at this office until 4.00 P. M.  on Tuesday, December 9, 1913 for the  construction of Wharfs at Victoria  Harbour, B.  C.  Plans,    specification    and    form  of  "ontract  can    be    seen  nnd  forms  of  tender obtained    at this Department  and at the .District Engineers' offices  at New Westminster, B. C,  Victoria,  B.   Gx,  Confederation   Life    Building,  Toronto,   Ont.,  Post   Office Building,  Montreal,  P.  Q.,  and    on application  to the Postmaster at Vancouver, B.C.  Persons  tendering are  notified  that  tenders will  not be considered unlea*  made on the   printed forms supplied,  and signed   with    their actual signatures,  stating   their occupations and  places of   residence.       In the case ofment  firms, the actual ^signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of  residence of each member "of the firm  must be given.  Each tender must be 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 ber 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,  October 27,  1913.  Newspapera   will    not   be paid for  this advertisement   if   they insert it  without authority from  this Depwrt-  45197.  DOMINION INSPECTOR ALSO  Mr. Thomas Cunningham, Provincial Inspector of Fruit Pests, has received official notice from Ottawa,  that by order-in-council he has been  appointed a Dominion Inspector under thc "Dominion Destructive Insect  and Pest Act," with full authority to  enforre the provisions of the Act.  This appointment will remove all  doubts regarding the jurisdiction of  this provincial officer, so that the  question of interfering with trade  and commerce in future cannot bo  raised regarding any action that the  inspector may deem necessary to  take for the better protection of B.  C. from the danger of importing injurious insect pests and plant diseases.  GIL LETT'S LYE  EATS DIRT  Just received.   A  and sleighs;    heavy  stock of cutters  and light.   You  THIS  HOME  DYE  that  ANYONE,  ean use  ^LLETTCOMPA^LI^D  ������������������J.!G      TORONTO ONT.    mon^/  "The Shubert Shipper" is the namo  of a bi-weekly publication of interest  can get as good prices and terms of J to trappers and fur handlers.   ��������������������������� An- ad  me as you can get  send out of town.  anywhere.   Don't  Jas. McMahon.  in this issue of   the   Press gives full  particulars. Look it up if interested.  DYOLA  iThc Guaranteed "ONE DYE for1  1        All Kinds of Cloth.  Clean. Simple, No Chance of MUtakea. TRY  IT I  Sand for Free Color Card anil Booklet.  ���������������������������TbaJoboaon-Ricbardaon Co. Limited, Montreal  To whom it may concern: I will  not be responsible for any debts contracted by my son, Arnold.  J. E. BOGERT.  Enderby, B. C, Oct. 16, 1913.  I  *  'J  i  Christmas Gifts, after all, are only  the medium through which ve convey our thoughts of appreciation  and love to our friends and dear  ones.   Ve give to express.  %  Why not express individuality in the  giving? Give that which always  will bring to the recipient's mind  some thought of the giver's personality and better self.  i  The simplest and most inexpensive way in which  this can be done is by putting your Christmas  thoughts and wishes on dainty Private Christmas  Cards and mailing- them to your friends. The  cost is small and there is no worry attached to it.  Our next lot of Cards will be  printed on Saturday  We have the largest range ever shown here.   Come in  and make your selection while the range is unbroken  If you delay perhaps the card you would most like to have will have been choien by some one else,   We can  v  not guarantee from samples after the lines on hand are sold out, and we do not want to disappoint you.  The WALKER PRESS,  Commercial Printing  A box of printed Visiting Cards makes a  very nict Xmas Gift  ~w.l r>  <\  Thursday, November 27, 1913  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  -0  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights oi tha Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, th������������������  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  un acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one 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  he described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and ln (in-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for 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  jot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the' merchantable output of the mine at tbe  rate of-five cents per ton.  The person operating- the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty thereon. If the coal mining-  rigiits are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may-be  permitted ' to "purchase whatever  nvailable 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. W4 CORY,  .Deputy ;>Minister of the Interior.  -  M.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.  <���������������������������   "  PROFESSIONAL  Important Developments in Fruit  Culture and Marketing Probable  G.  > Vi WILLIAMS  .    -.'" Dominion and- \      -'-.   _���������������������������-"    y.   '}  ~Z     .    .'.'Provincial Land Surveyor   J '; _  , Bell Block-   " Enderby, B.C;  D  R^ HC Wi: KEITH, ���������������������������  Office hours:   Forenoon.-9 to 10:30  ' Afternoon, S to 4"   ,  "   -     ,    -  .,     " " Evening, 6:30 to.7:30 ; ',   - \  ***������������������*,      ,.-   " Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sts.  ,      ENDERBY  SECRET, SOCIETIES;  H. E. BLANCHARD  w. M.   ; ���������������������������  af.&am:  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Secular **" meeting; '.first  Thursday,on or after thp  full moon at 8 p*. m. iti Oddfellows Hall. Viisilhitr  brethren cordially invited.  WALTER ROBINSON  Secretary  Important ..developments in tha system of fruit production and distribution in British Columbia, which may  involve several radical changes in the  methods now used by the orchardists  are deemed possible as a result of a  recent tour of the Pacific Coast undertaken by Mr. J. Kidston of Vernon, a member of-the Provincial Agricultural Commission, and Mr. R.  M. Winslow, provincial' horticulturist  and secretary of the B. C. Fruit  Growers' Association. They have recently returned from a lengthy trip  which toak them through American  fruit growing districts extending  from the boundary line south into  the heart of the Calilornia citrus  belt. "        ..  In the state of Washington they  visited Yakima, .Wenatchee and the  Spokane apple sections, the'Puyallup  raspberry district in' Western Washington, also going to the Hood River  Rogue River and Willamette Valley  district in Oregon, and a number of  fruit-producing sections in California,  'including the Santa Clara prune belt.  Vacaville and Newcastle, where early  deciduous fruit is produced; Porter-,  ville, Riverside, Pomona, Whittier  and Los Angeles. _ They interviewed  the officers of many growing and sell  ing organizations and secured a large  amount of valuable information cov  ering the growing and ��������������������������� distribution o  deciduous and citrus fruit.".  One subjects which these gentlemen  looked-into, and which will no,doubt  form a fruitful topic, of ��������������������������� discussion  among the^orchardists of B.-C, was  that of soil fertility. " It was-found  that~in the    orchard   districts of the  per cent lower   than   in   British Columbia.     This fact would lead to- the  conclusion,, it is thought, that more  general study would have to be given  in this province to reducing tbe cost  of growing, packing    and marketing.  One difficulty now   facing the fruit  men of British   Columbia lies in the  fact that the American growers market their    best   apples, called "extra  fancy" and    "fancy,"    in   the    high-  priced city markets at a figure about  twice as high   as   that obtained for  the third grade    of apples,  described  as ''choice.'j    These   "choice"   apples  are sold at little above cost, the profit being made on   the others; nevertheless the third grades are good apples, forming   between 10 and 40 per  cent of the   crop.'      Thcy are in  demand on the Canadian prairies,whore  an' extra fancy   .apple is not desired  In British Columbia the growers have  no large cities in which to sell' \beir  finest apples, arid the prairies' '.o not  seem* to   desire   to   pay     the extra  price     for     the     British    Columbia  "fancy" and "No.   Is," consequently,  in'many cases   the British Columbia  growers "have   to t put them" on the  prairie markets at prices low enough  to    compete     with     the     American  "choice."     The   duty   on    apples   is  only 13 cents per   box, which :is not  ereat enough to cover.the. margin of  d'fference.     Were'the British Columbia, growers-'to find a market willing  to   absorb   the_ high-priced fruit,, it  could meet the American competition  and make money in the same way as  followed across the line.  An effort is now   being undertaken  on.behalf'of   ourfB. C. growers, to'  Northwest the. idea " of .clean cultiva- 'develop. a . market' " in - Australia, as  tion between .trees is riot looked upon there is.,a demand-there for .the very  with ..general ,favor, "although. this*choicest'"apples,-but then the advant:  method is,_accepted there, in -.many, in1! age ;-of; any duty, on .'American5 apples  stances for   young," orchards."   "It; is is^lost.   "      "**,      *      l-" ' ���������������������������     - .  1 G. 0. F.  jsA/. Eureka Lodge. No. 50  =Meets every-Tuesday=evening-at 8 o'clock^in-I?Or  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.   Viaiting brothers always   welcome. GEO. BELLAMY,   N. G.  HOWARD LOGAN, V. G.  E. E. WHEELER. Sec'y.  J. B. GAYLORD. Trcas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hull.   Visitors oof-  dially invited to attend.  T. E. UODIE, C. C.  C. E.STIUCKLAND, K.R.S.  JOHN BURNHAM. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  T. E. RODIE, Enderby  POLITICAL  WDERBY   CONSERVATIVE  ���������������������������^ ASSOCIATION  J. L. RUTTAN, H. M. WALKER  President. Secretary.  SHUSWAP &  OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both ways from Sicamous^ Junction to Okanagan Landing  South  bound  read down  10:30  (Lv)  11:01  STATIONS  Jet  11:15  11:29  11:55  12:03  12:12  12:40  13:'���������������������������0 (Ar)  H. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Ok. Landing  North  bound  read up  (Ar)  18:00  17:15  16:59  16:44  16:15  16:07  15:55  15:30  (Lv) 15:15  JNO.BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  The word "Clarke" stamped on  your gloves is our guarantee. Dill  Bros.  claimed that" clean ; cultivation ;;has  the result . of'.permitting.', the "disappearance'of the'> "humus.and* thus the  soil fertility decreases'.ahd the, tree  foliage" turns'}yellow, 'and the trees'  fruitf ulness naturally'becomes less. In  the". Yakiriia arid 'Wenatchee districts  the. growers have "��������������������������� adopted "the'plan  of growing' alfalfa between the .trees,  and; have, found- that "where this 'policy'was in force-for some years' orch":  ard production was, thereby' greatly  increased. IiT'Hood -River clover is  grown in the,-orchards .'.with similar  results and the - deep concern of the  growers_over" ihis, problem of keeping  the''fertility of'orchard soil is'giving  place to confidence. In the- younger  districts in Southern Oreeon and  Spokane the soil fertility problem, as  in British Columbia, is not yet acute"  It has been-'found in Hood River that  whereas formerly $40,000 worth of  hay_jwas^^imp_orte.d_?_eyery__y.ear,=_.nmv_  there is no importation of,hay whatever, the ereen crops in the orchards  being sufficient for hay purposes."  This method has resulted in a lower  cost of cultivation, although more  irrigation water has been required.  It is considered that a good deal of  experimental work will be neces^azy  beforo it is decided absolutely- how  far the system of growing alfalfa or,  clover between the rows of trees may  be followed out in British Columbia.  "In thc citrus section of Southern  California, where irrigation water is  scarce, the growers go to the expense of $10 to $40 per acre to spread  manure for winter cover crops. In  those portions of British Columbia  where, by reaeon of lack of water or  from any other cause, it is found r.ot  advisable to attem.pt to grow green  crops the growers will probably have  to face a serious question in connection with soil fertility, as manure in  any quantity is almost unobtainable.  It was found, when studying the  question of cost of production, that  there were great differences in the  average yield per tree in the various  American sections; there was also  considerable difference in thc cost of  labor, materials, living, packing and  marketing, as well as in .taxes and  valuation of land and bearing orchards. Generally speaking, wages are  from 20 to 30 per cent below those  paid in the fruit districts of B. C,  while the cost of materials, such as  boxes, paper, orchard equipment and  so forth, was from 30 to 40 per cent  lower. Taxes were, on the whole,  higher. The cost of fruit production  generally would seem to be about 30  '"Some ^attention/, was "paid" by'Mr.'  .Winslow to'the question of fruit" marketing.. Tt/'was", fourid'that in.the  United States ;th������������������^organizations .fall  into three classes:" First, where the  growers'; simply pack and. sell".the local" jobbers;', second, where the growers, pack andt,sel_ f. o. bV'cars, thus  retaining" control', of the fruit .until  shipped.-.' In.-the third--class ..the  growers' - organizations<-'-have "selling  agencies or, brokers , to;'which they  consign fruit,,,' or ;else "sell through  auctions,- upon "arrival: - In; either  case the fruit is generally disposed of  to jobbers. - " There seems little f-vi-  denceof direct selling, to retailers," as"  it is shown-that this would demand  a great credit system. - No - serious  effort1 has been made to ".eliminate the  jobber. " " "*;.  OKANAGAN APPLES   S!  WIN  Okanagan apples have already won  five' gold medals in Qre<it -Britain tuis  winter. Of course ry ��������������������������� v.ill h->r of  more winnings before the season's  fairs are at an enJ. And by the  time we have trainloads of Okanagan  apples to ship, we shall Jrive won o  reputation that should make it easy  to find a market.  Just received. A stock of cutters  and sleighs; heavy and light. You  can get as good prices and terms of  me as you can get anywhere. Don't  send out of town.     Jas. McMahon.  THE CHURCHES  CHURCH OF ENGLAND (St.George)  Sunday Services���������������������������8 a.m., Holy Communion;  11   .a.m.,    Morning J'rayer;  :30 p.m., Evening Prayer. ".  REV. C. REED.  ��������������������������� Vicar.  ENDERBY METHODIST CHURCH  Sunday Services���������������������������Divine Worship at  11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.; Tuesday, 8 p.m.  Epworth League; Thursday, 8 p.m.,  Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation  to everyone to worship with us.  REV. J. G. BROWN, M.A., Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  St. Andrews  Sunday   Services���������������������������11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m.; Y.P.S.C.E., Monday, 7:30 p.m.  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.  When you go to a dealer s  store to hear a Phonograph  be sure you hear an Edison  Phonograph  If you do not hear an Edison you do not hear a phonograph. There is only one Edison and only one Phonograph  bearing his name. The Edison Phonograph is Mr. Edison's  own personal achievement. He invented it and he perfected it. He is responsible for its clear, lifelike musical  Records���������������������������the Blue Amberols, unbreakable, playing four  minutes and lasting a lifetime. He has produced the  indestructible diamond reproducing point, that never needs  changing. He has recently  perfected this new cabinet  model���������������������������a thing of beauty  in itself and a marvel of.  musical perfection.  Hear this new model. Hear the_  new Blue Amberol Records, em- *-''  bracing everything worth while  in the field of songs and instrumental music.  a������������������d',  Edhon Amberola VI  H0IU������������������  Edison Phonographs and Records are sold by  Cabinet Mahogany or Golden Oak. Diamond  Point Reproducer;' Powerful Spring Metoc  PUyt Blue Amberol Record.  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  BeH Block      '   *   -''_ -     - ".   - "    J. E. Crane, Proprietor-.  mc  O   and Useful  ���������������������������V������������������M  Articles  t- T - *��������������������������� ** *  ^. ������������������7.* *>������������������/*/ ^^^t I  (%��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� i" i l' _*������������������.���������������������������������������������- e.ti ���������������������������"!-*������������������ l. > *-tp i ^* ? *\*** ' r'j **rt������������������^ *"yy- " *��������������������������� "li'J'j ���������������������������"'L^i "*JL  ��������������������������� ForChildi^^rid^^wi^up^^Ai^  .. We have^ had:\oAorder^6i^zr7y^  ' shipment of. Dolis/.Bb,great hasWSfj!  .? been;the earlyidemand.. ���������������������������; J Qorna yf ?f ?������������������  in and look over ourbeautiful .Limoge China, Gut Glass"f,:>,:!?i^,j5  China 'Sets; Glassware'Novelties,' Etc. Also a bigstock;" 3 H������������������|  of Electric tamps arid Novelties, -Electric Irons arid CookT'vJri4 vi  ing Appliances, -Library Lamps���������������������������a Jibst of, useful-things, -.y- Ay  to beautify and embellish <'the"home..::SHOP EARLY.\:  /^7/yy  I3NDI5RBY  MUSIC';^TORE;'':'^'"''5'e^  - Aff*nt also for Church and Parlor Organs /���������������������������&  Also Pire and Life Insurance -" '>���������������������������*  Office in BELL brick block..'' --,���������������������������.,       ' : f .  -J:;;&./C8AN3;  Enderby Agent  Fire, Life, Accident  =INSURANCE=AGENCIES-  REAL ESTATE  Fruit Land Hay Land  Town Lota  ;The Liverpool & London A Globe Ins. Co.   ,  'the Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  IjinA >n-L'inea3hire Fire Insurance Co/  *=Royal InsuranceCoTrof-Liverpbol (Life dept-  Thc Loudon & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK.'  ENDERBY  --Z.MU  o.  im  m  **  ���������������������������������������������?������������������������������������   w*'  SHIP YOUR FURS TO  SHUBERT  00 VOUB FDR BUSINESS DIRECT witli Ike largest home la the World  dealing exdulvely la AMEBICAN BAW FURS  Get "More Money" lor your FURS  SDIP YOUR FURS TO "SilUUERT"  a reliable���������������������������responsible���������������������������snfe���������������������������Fur House with an unblemished reputation existing for "more than 11 quarter of n century," n lone successful record of sending Fur Shippers prompt���������������������������SATISFACTORY  AND PROFITABLE returns. Write for "Cfr ������������������bul>ttl ������������������>()lpptr."  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.  Wrltt. lor It-NOW���������������������������II-b FHKE  A    D   CUIIDCDT   I���������������������������.   *������������������-2* WEST AUSTIN AVE.  A. D. oJHUpHIx 11 inc. p<Pt. 532 Chicago.u.s.a.  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuildings  Here are   iom������������������   specials in lumber while tbey last :  No. 2, 2x4, per thousand  % 13.00  No. 2 Lath, per thousand       1.75  Short Cord Wood    3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������d.rb     y  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound ������������������_.ve  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS 'yri^r'r>yi^Tf-  L-."*1:.������������������^'foj,4>_Me_t'*.  i^^r^i^v^^  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November^. 1913  We are offering- Bargains  this week in  Dry Goods  Dr  and Curtain Burlap !catc������������������  LAND    REGISTRY ACT  Block 1, in  tho  thc City of En-  Br'itish Colum  'ess  Carpets, 40c yard  Mattings, 25c yard  Re. Lots 6    ancl   7,  Barnes Addition to  derby, Province   of  bia, Map 200.  WHEREAS proof of loss of Cerlifi-  ficate of Title No. 9682A, in thc name  of Wiliium Folkard, to the above-  mentioned lots, has been filed in this  office.  Notice is hereby given that I shall,  at thc expiration of one month from  the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of said ccrtifi-  nlcss in the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Office,  at Kamloops, this 2Sth day. of October A. D. 1913.  C.  H. DUNLAP,  District Registrar.  MILLIONS IN FURS  "Tell it to  was only a  large as-  We have  the  keep the Children warm  Save money by seeing our  sortment of tea cloths  ancl hand em-  broideried    centrepieces.      They-make  Clothing   tO beautiful Christmas gifts.  At Speers.  W. J. Woods  Wm. Barr   was    arrested  Saturday  ��������������������������� evening on a charge    of being drunk  Jand disorderly, ancl on Monday morning  he    appeared    before   Magistrate  Rosonran ancl was fined ?5 ancl costs.  The' trapper   will   this year reap a  rich harvest   from   his   furs���������������������������if he is  successiul in his trapping.     The present prices of American    raw furs,  as  compared with  Lhe prices a few years  ago, make   pleasant    reading for the  old trapper" and collector, but to the  tenderfoot in the    fur game it seems  like an impossible    story,  and if, thc  old timer didn't know thc facts to bc  true, he, too, would say,  the marines."       Why, it  few years ago that one could buy all  thc muskrats in    Western Canada at  G cents apiece, and they sold as low  as 4 cents.     Winter    and spring col-  : lections  last    season  brought  45c to  j 60c.      The   entire    collection of Northern Mink could be bought at $1.50  | and ?2 for No. 1   large   prime skins.  ! Now they sell at $5 and ?8.   The best  lynx sold in  C. M.  Lampson  & Co.'s  .sale in London, at $3.50.     Last season $18 to $25    was   paid   for them.  ��������������������������� Marten that    the    Shuhert's, of Chicago,  now    pay ?7    for, sold  for $2.  .The  best    dark    fisher    that    North  ! America    ever    produced   could     be  bought ior    $12.       Last    season $50  was paid for the large dark skins.  "���������������������������OR RENT���������������������������Three-room flat, on Clii!  St., stoves in place. Apply Drawer  15, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������Sweet cider; 40c gallon.  Bring jug. Geo. R. Lawes, Enderby Heights.  J 85-ft. frontage on Belvedere street,  with 7-roomed house, stable and  woodshed; for sale cheap. Or would  sub-divide  to    suit   purchaser.   See  any of   the   real   estate   agents in  town.     Graham Rosoman.  FOR SALE���������������������������A bargain���������������������������A house of 4  large rooms, with eight lots;' about  30 fruit trees, currant bushes, etc.  city water nnd electric light. Apply  box 58, Enderby, B.C.  FOR SALE���������������������������Piano in good condition  Price, $325; easy terms. Apply Box  139, Enderby.  GLOVES  GLOVES  Perrin's Wool-lined,  "      Silk-lined,  Fur-lined,  Clarke's Work Gloves,  " Lined    "   "    .  Chopper's Mitts,  $1.00 to $2.50  1.50 to   2.50  3.75 &   4.00  50c to $2.00  50c to '2.50  50c to  Ladies' Wear  Dry Goods,   Novelties  Groceries  Fulton Block, Enderby  The reception of our first Saturday's Specials has been so popular  that we have decided to continue them another week-end.  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion,-lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  Wool Mitts & Gloves 35c to  " Boy's   *'  Men's Sweaters d^X' - " -  Men's Sweater Coats,  and Sweater Coats,  Boy's Sweaters  25c to  $1.00 to  1.25 to  1.50 to  1.00 to  1.75  75c  1.00  3.00  3.00  6.00  2.00  nrthi  lldjf  Peas, 2 cans,. - - - 25c  Beans, 2 cans, - - - 25c  Corn, 2 cans, - - - 25e  Tomatoes, straight - 15c  Pine Apple,, extra fine, 15c  25c  Handkerchiefs for Christmas gifts.  Men's ladies' and children's. Does  not cost you anything to look them  over.     S. H. Speers.  FOUR SOWS, 10 weeks old,  W. J. Fenton, Enderby.  for sale.  Corn Flakes;" THREE- packages for  AncTHere are some Regulars that will Interest You:  Oat Meal Toilet Soap, EIGHT CAKES-'    -      -      -      -      25c  Sugar, per sack.       - .   -      -      -      -      -      -      -      -   1.25  Tea, in bulk, quality cannot be excelled,     -   -   30c, 40c and 50c lb  The Most Complete -Range' of Christmas  -Novelties, Toys and Small Wares  -75 Dozen Handkerchiefs to choose from at Import Prices  MRS. PARADIS, Dress Making Parlor, Cliff street, second " building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and , ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices. Work promptly  executed.   MAN & WIFE (English) seek employ-,  . ment on ranch.v - Man,can do ranch  work, wife as cook-housekeeper. Ad-  - dress Box "15,  Enderby Press office.  Enderby, B. C.    .  STANFIELD'S -UNDERWEAR,  Red Label,  Blue Label,  Black^  Label, Silk or Wool; also several lines of Wool and  2-piece and Combinations.  MEN'S SHIRTS, Heavy Woolen,        -      -     from $1.00 to $2.50  "   Jumper-style Shirts,      2.50 to   3.00  HOBBERLIN SUITS & OVERCOATS  A guarantee with every Garment  MEN'S CAPS, Light Weights or Fur-lined, 35c to $1.50  RUBBERS AND  OVERSHOES  .   for Boys and Men; prices the lowest, quality the highest  Grocers ENDERBY  Clothing, Boots & Shoes  FOR  SALE���������������������������Heavy horses.     .Okanagan Saw Mills, Enderby, B.C.  W. G. PELL  New Up-to-Date Shop,'on_  Russell St., west of Vernon Rd.  Enderby  and General Bjacksmithing  Buy "Malteese Cross" Brand and be Happy and Comfortable   GERMAN���������������������������SOCKS  For warmth and hard ware, ours are the King Pins  c^vunca  FINE   SOCKS  Llama Wool and Cashmere, Jaeger, Wolsey and others.  Our 3-for-$1.00 are there with the goods  iri-i���������������������������iwi  Fine Gloves  Silk ancl Fur lined.     Thc  best British  makes  at  reasonable prices.  A large range of Gauntlets  Gloves-Mitts  The famous "H. B. IC." Brand.  Everybody wears them  CAPS  Want one?   Yes!    Well yours is  here  Boys'Gloves-Mitts  Wool and  Leather���������������������������lined  ancl unlined.  Also  a nice line  of   BOYS' SHIRTS,  Reefers, Rubbers and Caps.  Felt Slippers  From the Little Tots up to the Old Man.   A nice Xmas line, but why wait  for Christmas?   Buy now and have an extra month's comfort  Acadian Pride Home-Spun Pants  Heavy, Untearable���������������������������Mother couldn't buy you a better pair  There are a few of you who haven't bought that Overcoat  or Winter Suit.    Better place your order now and have your suit before Christmas.    YOU���������������������������a lot of Turkey, Plum Pudding and  other fixings in one of these suits-just imagine !   BETTER BUY NOW ! And don't forget those "Slater" Shoes.  I  i  f  Gent's  Furnishings  SHOES  Enderby  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  -4_4_^_4_4_^_^_^_4 ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ -��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� '  i  I!  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