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Array '���������������������������fy-1  -/?*  ^  Enderby, B.C., January 8, 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 6; No. 45; Who&flo. 305  Local News of General Interest and General News of Local Interest  McLeod  to Van-  H. G. Davies went to Victoria  on Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. D. A.  left Sunday for'a trip  couver.  Miss Irma Flewwelling left on  Friday to resume teaching at the  Crescent Valley schools    !.  Charles Becker, of Armstrong,  is reported to be seriously ill at  his home, and little hope is entertained for his recovery.  Dick Attenborough, who had  the misfortune to break his leg  -while skating on the river a few  weeks ago, is able to be up and  about the house.  All the diphtheria quarantines  -were raised Wednesday evening.  Bob Peel "will be .found at his  men's furnishing store today./-,  ' -"School'opened/in; .the Fortune  Schoorbri Monday; Jan; 5th;.1914: ���������������������������  ' Mark that down. '" A hew "epoch  ^: We are;requested"' to, state"that}  ' there is;no- :,truth;^;inV'ihe \rep6itf  circulated- tovthV-effect 'tliat the  :dance at Grindrod;has beenpost?,  poned. ��������������������������� It'.wnTbe held;5 as brig:  . ihally intended, on'the 13th. '���������������������������'  Mr. and.Mrs. Geo. R. Sharpe  celebrated their tenth wedding  anniversary last Tuesday.evening  by entertaining a large number  of friends at their comfortable  home.  This evening at the Opera  House will be shown five reels of  excellent pictures, and on Saturday evening another five-reel  show will be given.  Foster's January thaw arrived  on schedule time.     It has made  ^puddles_oiLlast-W-eekis-snow-;-���������������������������  11 mi*  The Hospital Auxiliary will  hold their annual meeting at the  home of Mrs. Reeves on Friday,  Jan. 9th, instead of Thursday, as  previously announced. Election  of officers.  Manager Dobie, of the Okanagan Telephone Company, came  up from Vernon Saturday evening and met a few of the telephone users and, after considerable jockeying, agreed to return  to the old hours, of service.  St. George's church: Ii.C, 8  a. m.; Mattins, li a. m.; S. S.,  2:30 p.m.; Evensong, 7:30 p. rri.  The annual vestry meeting of  St. George's congregation will  be held on Tuesday evening, 13th  inst. at 8 o'clock, in the Parish  Hall. "V   '  It was a real treat to see the  splendid character play, ' 'David  Harum," at the Opera House  Tuesday evening. Geo. B. Howard has few equals as the horse-  trading banker, and Arthur Elton as Chet Timson, and Lou  Harkness as Dick Larribee, each  gave their chief fine support.  The congregation of St. Andrews church will hold their annual meeting for business on  Wednesday, Jan 14, at 8 o'clock.  At the close of the' meeting the  ladies will serve refreshments.  Bread tickets now being sold at  Joe's. Buy a dollar's worth and  make a saving in your bread bill.  ���������������������������Hugh McDonald, schoolmaster  at Enderby four years ago, was  married at Penticton last week,  and on Friday went out of the  Valley with his bride.  You are cordially invited to  spend a social evening with the  Twentieth Century Bible" Class  in the basement of the Presbyterian church - Tuesday eve, Jan."  13th.- Music, games and refreshments. Come and bring your  friends.  Miss McDonald left for Ottawa on Wednesday after enjoying  a few weeks in Enderby, the  guest of Mrs. A. E. Taylor. Mrs.  Taylor accompanied her friend  as far as Calgary on the return"*-  Rev. Mr. Brown conducted a  short New Year , service (.at -the  home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Andrew  Berg, in the/Norwegian settlement -south- of -Enderby,'..last  Thursday.': At - the'- service ��������������������������� he  baptised4hr.ee-..children; daiigh\  '&f&f:M:r> an^;^rs:^r^M?;  berg, arid "Mr! andvMrs;jJ6hn:OHg:  man^and-.th'e-son^bf'Mr: and-Mrs:'  Robt. Frederickson. ���������������������������/ .About 25  people were, present, representing seven or-eight families.  Capt. and Mrs. Dougal, after  visiting their children, Mr. and  Mrs. J. A. Dougal, government  scaler in this district, a'few days  last week, returned to Nakusp  on Sunday. ' Capt. Dougal is  master of one-of the C. P.-.R.  Arrow Lakes boats.  A chicken thief has been busy  in Enderby rec3ntly, carrying off  as many as 26 fowl, from one  roost in a single night. Numerous losses have been reported,  and numerous shotguns are held,  in "readiness for him by other'  poultrymen.  Mrs. W. R. Barrows was,-the  winner of the Limoge China set  given away by Mr. Pyman holiday week; Miss Kate Graham  won the , piano given - by W. J.  Woods; -and Dan ^McLeod won  saddle.set given -by.M"r.\Ruther-.  ford.-. Mr." Gillman\w6n -the gold  watch given by- :Mi> Prior,7 and*  Mr.."Kenny-;the fruit cake given.  by^^4^c������������������'' - i*'-*"'���������������������������-���������������������������-".-��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������^-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������-  ���������������������������������������������-*  / i>;������������������  &i������������������w-i.i;5&������������������t'  The many Enderby friends of  Mr. and Mrs. G. B, Gelling, who  left this district several weeks  ago on account of Mr. Gelling's  failing health, were pained this  week to learn of his, death, on  Dec. 29th, at the Victoria Private  Hospital. The funeral took  place on Jam 1st,, at Ross Bay  Cemetery. Deceased was a native of Douglas, Isle of-Man, and  was 36 years of age.  GOOD CLASS OF SETTLERS  During the past summer the  nucleus of a very energetic Norwegian ' settlement' 'was estab-  lishe_d three miles,T south' of Enderby, on what was known as  the old Linton"'place, owned  by S.i Poison., Five blocks of4his  land -were-sold; jn.:10 arid ^Orkcre,  pieces,: /and. ^tne^settlers .��������������������������� ^HayV  erectedy.'substantialShomes itliere^  $*$he JMisaes^aisyfSewelljVDdr-t. Tv^ff^^^PK^1^^  cas:;Brasn; Sand ^EmmavCarlson ''the -fact,-.that-under      -  returned, this' week  to the coast  to resume their studies/' '.���������������������������>  ^ Get your bread tickets at Joe's.  the,Agrfr  cultural Associations' '-Act,.'"the"  Enderby -Growers' Union is permitted ,to sell flour- and feed to  members only.-, "   . ���������������������������  Comment and Protest on Local Events  WE do not like to make excuses, but tration was to be found. It was not in  there are times when the.laws of na- our inability to dp the big things, but in  ture and our own frailties make an excuse the apparent determination not to do the  a sort of safety valve. This is one of little things. Whatever changes are made  them. Have you ever been goingsome- in this years City Council, let it Be under-  where behind a balky horse and just at stood at the outset that, while the city is  the critical moment have him take it into not able to do anything big in the line of  his fool head thatjie wouldn't got It is __fieyv_ work,^JJier_eJs^_niuch-^that--can-and^  HnterestingTcrbe hear. "OrHaia you ever should be done in-a small way in the up-  have your benzine buggy stop dead in its keep of the streets and other city prop-  tracks and refuse to budge? All these erty. And, above all things, when the  are only shadows of the real. Yesterday Council decides to do a thing, DO IT.  the Press monoline concluded to balk. It ���������������������������  did more things in a minute than a mili- pivERY businessman and property own-  tan t suffragette could deliver in a week. Hier with the interest of Enderby at  An accelerator lever got a strangle hold heart-should turn a deaf ear to the silly  on"one"of the" stop" pawls and the oscilator buzzing of the little politician who has  refused to toggle the 'taper pin until the been whispering about the dark corners  accelerator let go. We greased the plun- that we must mix politics in our civic af-  ger, tickled the toggle, combed out the fairs. To do so would mean civic suicide.  magazine and agitated the nuts of the If there is any little politician in Enderby  stop pawls; we talked kindly to it; we trying to lift himself up bv his boot straps,  pleaded with it; we spoke to it in Russian, let him do so, but don't "let him pull the  German, Dutch, Swede, Irish and French; town into it!  we expressed our admiration for it in all  the colors of the rainbow. Then, after  six hours trying to express ourselves in a  language that the machine would understand we concluded that the surest way  to get the paper out on time was to handset the balance of it. . And here we are.  '     -     NEW YEAR RACES  An amount of interest and  sport was taken in the foot races  pulled off on New Year's'Day ;--  for prizes put up by the local  businessmen. The day .was de-" ''  lightful, with about -six inches  of snow covering the ground/,      ,-  There was .some heavy h'andi-:'   '���������������������������  capping in the mile race, which  made it anybody's. Dean Fravel   .  was thought to be a sure winner,'./ ������������������*-.'.  but he had to overcome a heavy     i  handicap,  and fell, out 1 of -the ?' '���������������������������  race before covering one half ther.  distance.     R. M.' Turner made,;"';,".'  the best showing, though coming-":; .:.  in 2nd.   He ran the full distance :'*' X_. ,_,  whereas. Cliff'Greyell,..who was a .,v vfe^lf i[  suryrise to all andwonlstpfize,^,h^.^4^l  had the. best' end . of aJ 125-yard'":j aCi '  handicap;" - -There- were-'���������������������������sfeven^;;-^  -m\I|  i-JSS.1  prizesUn'."-this -race -arid'";-the7S61-  **x:xi  ���������������������������\ >������������������������������������������������������  lowmgvwon: * 1-st,'! Elsie- Camp-^;Joi-:#.'M|  .bell;��������������������������� 2nd,- ��������������������������� L'.  B'arrows'f-3rd;>K\:M-;  Nichol. ���������������������������:...���������������������������.���������������������������   '    ���������������������������:;. ���������������������������^���������������������������^'^������������������?  ��������������������������� ' Big boys: 1st," Joe''Bell; ,2nd, \.'\\  Tr Adams; 3rd,   G. Jones; "4th,.'^  W. Jones; 5th, T. Paul.  .Little   girls:   F.   Poison," B:- ; ._  Thomson, J. Love, M. "McKay."  Little   Boys:    Alvin. Woods,  Hennie Walker, Max Thompson;  Baby girls:   May   Fravel,' B.  Bell,  Jessie Fravel-.  BOY SCOUT DANCE  IN wishing the people of this Province a  Happy New Year Sir Richard McBride  struck that chord of optimism and dominant faith in the future greatness of the  Province, both as a unit and as an integral part of the Dominion. "We'have  ���������������������������**��������������������������� put our hands to the plough and will not  \ turn back," said he, "and the year that  NEXT Monday is nomination day, and has just passed should be a milestone of  next Thursday election day. The splendid encouragement in our forewarcl  past year has been one of little civ c de- march. The need of the day in this Pro-  velopment or progress. Anyone who has vince is not for more optimism, for I do not  watched the ever changing policy of the believe that there is a man who has a  civic body, and noted the lack of definite stake in this Province who does not in the  action in the absence of Mayor Ruttan, depths of his heart firmly believe in its  who, unfortunately, was away much of future greatness, but the need today is  the time, will not need to be told wherein rather only an outward expression of 'our  the weakness of the past year's adminis-   faith."  '.The third annual ball given on  New Year's night by the Enderby Scouts proved to be  all it  promised JThe^_danci ng==fioor-  was crowded, and the dancers  could not have enjoyed themselves more. The Enderby Orchestra excelled itself in music;  the floor management was the  best, and the service by the Boy-  Scouts sustained in every detail  the good record they have made  for themselves. To Assistant  Scoutmaster F., R. Prince" arid  Mrs. Prince is due the honor of  leading what was pronounced by  all to be the most perfectly executed grand march ever seen in  this district, and to Scoutmaster  Campbell the honor was given  for the simple but very appropriate hall decorations. At the  conclusion of the grand march  at the bugle's call 'the Scouts  lined up and saluted the flag as  it .was raised--to the mast head  over the stage. The affair netted the troop sufficient.to pay all  expenses and leave something  over.  For Sale���������������������������Tv/o large lots, bearing orchard; 5-roomed cottage,  chicken houses ' and outbuildings: corner Stanley and Pligh  streets. Apply, J. A. Miller,  city.    ___________  Fancy boxes of Fry's choice  chocolates, now being offered at  25 per cent off. Wholesale prices.  At Joe's.  Found���������������������������In Presbyterian church,  pair of gold-rimmed spectacles.  Apply Walker Press office.  Go to Joe's for your bread. -I  H  rjf  Thursday, January 8, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  The Corporaton t)F the City of Enderby  Statement of Assets and Liabilities  AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1.913  ASSETS  1910      1911     1912, General  1912,   Local  Cash on hand as at Dec. 31st, 1913,  TAXES-  Arrcars,  Arrears,  Arrears,  Arrears,   1912,   Local   Improvement     Arrears, 1913, General    Arrears,    1913,   Local   Improvement     S UNDRY DEBTORS���������������������������  Waterworks System:  Gross Earnings 1913 ...  Rates due  Jan. 1, 1913  Less collected during 1913   Arrears    %   150.88  Due Jan.  1, 19.14, 1,881.50.  On open account    13. 0. Government school grant  Inventory as at Dec. 31, 1913 ...  $    50.00  499.74  209.16  $ ���������������������������-.> e.8S  3S>.'i>3  708.90  2,995,68  364.85 3,360.53    4,118.54  3,535.19  1,841.21     5,376.40  3,343.96  ESTATE ACCOUNT���������������������������  City Hall and site, cost   Recreation Ground, cost    Old    school,    building,    site   and  equipment, cost    Fortune school,  building,  site and  equipment, cost    Band stand, cost    Cemetery  ':   Dumping Ground    FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT���������������������������  < City Hall    Less 10 per cent depreciation ...  Hospital     Less 20 per cent depreciation ...  -Fire department    Less 10 per. cent depreciation ....  Road-Making Machinery    Less 10 per cent depreciation ...  Tools and Implements    Contour map    2,032.44  216.00  706.25     7,123.23  492.50  5,771.30  1,200.00  9,191.77  59,844.10  119.14  2,055.57  274.50  78,456.38  878.37  _ 87.83  105.12  21.02.  1,177/? (f  117.73  5,110.04  511.00  WATERWORKS SYSTEM���������������������������  Cost to Jan. 1, 1913    -'    -   Less 5 per cent depreciation ...  -    .-Additions,   1913  .!.   "GENERAL WORKS-  Roads, sidewalks and drains ....  Less 5 per cent depreciation  Additions,  1913      Local Improvements      Less 1\ per cent depreciation  Additions 1913  Trunk drain    Additions 1913  Sinking Fund      11,802.65  590.13  ���������������������������11,212.52   807.25  19,0 '������������������6.37  177.15  "18,609.22    22.56  5~,902.22  2,441.72  790.54  84.10  1,059.57  4,599.04  32.2  350.00  26,998.09  J,349.90  ~25,648"l9  508.31  12,019.77  18,631.78  8,343.94  LIABILITIES  DEBENTURES���������������������������  Loan No. 1, Waterworks   $18,000.00  Loan No. 2, Waterworks   5,000.00  Loan No. 4, Waterworks   2,000.00  Loan No. 5, Street Improvements 2,500.00  Loan No. 6, City Hull construct'n 5,000.00  Loan    No. 7,    Road-Making Machinery   5,500.00  Loan No. 8, Waterworks   2,000.00  Loan No. 9, Drain construction ... 6,000.00  Loan No. 10, Purchase of site and  erection of School   24,000.00  Loan No. 11, Waterworks   2,500.00  Loan No. 12, Drain construc-i m... 3,000.00  Loan No. 13, Cemetery   2,000.00  Local Improvements:  Loan   Nos. i' to 7, City's share 9,250.00  Loans   Nos. 1   to   7,    Property  Owners' share   9,250.00  SUNDRY CREDITORS���������������������������  Loans, Bank of Montreal    Overdraft, Bank of Montreal .  New School Building account  Surplus    3,000.00  4,796.89  2,235.00*  $ 96,000.00  10,031 89  N  ? 63,477.64  6,915.50  26,156.50  38,995.49  11,369.93  169,509.53  $169,509.53  TO HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF ENDERBY:  Gentlemen:  This is to certify that we have compared the attached statement cf Assets and   Liabilities, and Financial Statement    with the    books and  vouchers of the City and find same in agreement.  The books have been kept in a very satisfactory manner  AIL our requirements as Auditors have been complied with, and in  our opinion the   statement of Assets and Liabilities is drawn setting forth  the true financial position of the City as   disclosed   by    the   books and vouchers as at December 31st, 1913.  CREHAN, MOUAT & CO., Chartered Accountants and Municipal Auditors.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, City Treasurer  Board of School Trustees  Statement of~RliwiptsandnJisbur&  GENERAL     ACCOUNT  MAIL CONTRACT  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to  the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday, the 6th February, 1914, for' the  conveyance of His Majesty's. Mails,  on a proposed Contract for four  years, twice per week each way, over  proposed ENDERBY RURAL ROUTE  NO. 1, from the Postmaster General's  pleasure.  Printed notices containing further  information as to conditions of proposed Contract may be seen and blank  forms of Tender may be obtained at  the Pout Offices of Enderby and Deep  Creek, and at the office of the Post  Office Inspector.  '. Post Office    Inspector's Office, Vancouver, B.C., 26th December, 1913.  ^ JOHN R. GREENFIELD  Post Office Inspector.  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive ot the Mara Di������������������-  triet is now out.   GET   ONE,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B.C.  Norman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans, and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Tannings,  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.  E. J. Mack  ); LiveryrFee^aiSrSalrStables^ ;  ENDERBY, B. C.  RECEIPTS  DISBURSEMENTS  From City Treasurer   (Including $2,825,00 Government  grant for proportion of teachers'  salaries.)~���������������������������-^_-.���������������������������_^���������������������������.!_ __  School Magazine     Stationery     $ 6.S07.6G  25.00  5.00  $ G,837.06  Teachers' and  Secretary's salaries .:.  Janitor      Fuel      Repajr^, jjtc^.^.,-..^  Rent of temporary school room ".   Books, Printing, Stationery, etc....   Library      Furniture   Medical Health Officer    Sundry expenses    Balance, being    cash on hand .'ind. in  Bank    (Outstanding  cheques taken  to account,)"  ? 5,350.00  385.75'  166.74  41.95  -~r 1S0700  207.82  25.00  30.00  105.00  17.50  ? 6,509.76  327.90  '    C.837.GG  NEW SCHOOL BUILDING ACCOUNT  Cash nt Bank Jan. 1st, 1913    Provincial  Government grain    From City Treasurer,   being proceeds  from sale of debentures    From   City     Treasurer,    interest   on  savings account    From   City    Treasurer,   overdraft on  building account     $    396.28  25,500.00  20,640.00  96.40  137.OS  Balance of contract for building  Balance of Architect's fee    Hardware  )   Lighting contract   Furniture  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Corner stone    Grading     Water connections   Moving stable    Boiler inspection    Legal expense       Debenture expense       Insurance      $46,770.36  Less unpaid:  Balance of contract...? 2,0)0.00  Lighting contract  _ 235.-_������������������������������������.  Balance, being cash   on hand and at  Bank    $44,401.00  1,000.00  572.45  '     235.00  1,400.00-  31.50  67.50  20.11  15.00  10.25  50.00  117.57  320.00  48,240.38  2,235.00  $ 46,005.38  764.98  This is to certify thai we hav   compared the foregoing statements  ending December 31st, 1913, and find same in agreement.  The receipts have been truly accounted and the disbursements duly  The insurance on the new school building covers a period of three  over from contractor should be charged    to    maintenance,    and    building  A. B. TAYLOR, Chairman. H. G. DAVIES,  Secretary  (Outstanding cheques taken, to account.)  with the books and   vouchers of the Board of  $46,770.36  School Trustees for year  vouched and authorized. ,.,,." * \r ���������������������������  years,   and   the   proportion of same unexpired at time building was taken  account re-imbursed. , . ,   .,,  CREHAN, MO UAT & CO.,   Chartered Accountants and Municipal   Auditors.  Good Rigs;  Capful Drivers; Draying of .all-kinds.  Comfortable and Commo- ;  dious Stabling for teams.      ���������������������������  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and  Tourists invited to give us a trial.  Cutters and Sleighs  jusb-'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.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c  ' nfltaptablo.  Co  UriHsittrioUrbonlUeiitlol. HANDBOOK on Patents  n������������������btt frac Olclast agency for aooariflitputeiiu.  Pnt������������������������������������tfl Ulton through Munn & Co. rewire  iptttt notice, without obarge, In the  Scientific American.  A fc������������������n4������������������������������������ij>������������������ly Ulurtrated irafikly.    l*riert ������������������&.  aHaHea Pf Ml Boientiflc Journal,    Tsrrna  tat  muia, &7S ft rear, poutago prepaid.   Sola by  jmwsdwilers.  IO,NN8Co.36?Bfoa^fIewYork  Bi������������������ueh Office, CM F 8U Washington, D. C.  .li^fc 3?8fJ'1  7.B     M  %i   1  $4  Ik-  it ft  ^  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 8, 1914  FRIENDLY AGREEMENT REACHED.  Great Britain and Germany are  said to have concluded a comprehensive political agreement  which optimists believe will go  far toward eradicating the danger of war between the two empires.  It is learned that an announcement of the ."agreement is not  likely to be deferred beyond the  date of the approaching session  of the British Parliament. The  negotiations have been carried on  exclusively in London, so that  the first announcement of their  result will be made there.  Although the agreement is far  reaching, it fails conspicuously  to touch what impartial authorities in both countries recognize  to be the issue between Great  Britain and Germany, namely  naval antagonism.  Britain has made numerous  overtures to bring about ah understanding on this burning ques^  tion, but Germany has rejected  them on the ground that her na-'  val policy is laid down . by law  and can not be altered without  an act of parliament. What the  government's attitude toward an  alteration of policy would be may  be inferred from the recent, remark of the Conservative Kreuz  Zeitung in response to the suggestions of the British first lord  of the.admiralty, Mr. Winston  Churchill:  "Our naval programme must  be carried through at all costs.  We shall not alter it a jot or tittle,  even if the whole of Africa is of-,  fered as a bribe."  The approaching agreement  mainly concerns Anglo-German  relations in Portuguese Africa.  Germany is left free to act in  Angola and she has also obtained  the right to, construct, a railroad  terminating in the neighborhood  of. Rhodesia. This will join the  Capto-Cairo line, the realization  of which was Cecil Rhodes' great  dream. t, ���������������������������  By this Angola will become a  German protectorate. It is a  vast tract of territory 312,000  square miles in extent, - with a'  native population of 2,000,000,  lying north of German South-  West Africa: Its proximity to  the German colony is, of course,  the factor which made the German claims to it so strong.  As for the Portuguese possessions on the other side of the  continent, Mozambique on the  north and Gazaland on, the south,  territory extending from the 11th  to the 26th parallels, the northern  part adjacent to German East  Africa, will pass under German  control and the southern part, regarded as a natural seaboard for  the Transvaal, will become British. The boundary wjll _be  neitherthe Zambesi River or in its  vicinity.  - Advices have been received in  London from Lisbon to the effect  , that not only has an agreement  been completed but that the purchase money has already been  paid by the two powers to Portugal. It is said this amounts to  - something over $100,000,000. The  Portuguese refrain, for political  reasons, from making public the  details. It is felt such an arrangement would endanger the  existance of the present government, which awaits a more favorable time to inform the public  of the bargain. . The position of  Portugal toward the territories  will be much the same, under the  agreement, as that of Turkey  with regard to Egypt. It will  have suzerainty more in name  than anything else.  The Corporaton of the City of Enderby  FINANCIAL   STATEMENT  FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31st, 1913  REVENUE AND RECEIPTS  Cash on hand January 1st, 1913   Rec'd on account 1912 sundry dibfcors  TAXES���������������������������  ��������������������������� General City levy  $ 7,458.74  School levy     4,176.90  Extra   Municipal   School1  levy        827.68  865.68  239.58  14.93  DISBURSEMENTS  PAID ON 1912 LIABILITIES-  Bank of Montreal:  Loans  ;   Overdraft    Local Improvement levy.  Less rebates allowed....  Less unpaid 1913 taxes.  Amt. 1913 taxes rec'd ...  Amt. 1912 taxes rec'd ...  Amt. 1911 taxes rec'd ...  Amt. 1910 taxes rec'd ...  Interest on arrears    511.67  3,360.53  $13,329.00  3,872.20  9,456.80  311.82  181.85  26.10  9,976.57  27.13  SUNDRIES���������������������������  Trade Licenses:  ..  Liquor (2 hotels)        800.00  General   447.50  Police Court fines & fees   Road Tax    Dog Tax  '.   Interest    Cemetery lots sold    Interest on Savings Acct   Sundry sales : 9. -  Refund    .. Recreation. Ground, Victoria Day  "  Celebration   1,247.50  275.15  360.00  90.00  96.00  120.00  96.40  12.00  32.35  700.85   '���������������������������     3,030.25  B.  C.  GOVERNMENT GRANTS���������������������������  Bal. 1912 grant for teachers.....  1913 grant    706.25  2,825.00  SUNDRY CHARGES-  City Hall:  General Maintenance���������������������������  Fuel, light, salary, etc.  Temporary help    Interest on debentures  Sinking fund      Improvements    New furnishings ...^   1,091.91  115.00  300.00  167.91  14.05  15.10  Less not yet received  3,531.25  706.25 2,825:00       $16,113.46  WATERWORKS  Rates    Connections  SYSTEM���������������������������  3,343.96  44.11  3,388.07  PROCEEDS PROM SALE  ,j   Drainage:- par value ...,  "<���������������������������" Less discount.: ....:.  -  Accrued interest .  Drainage:-par value  Less discount    OF DEBENTURES���������������������������    6,000.00  :' :  ^_-99.00_  .: 5.90L00    207.00  Accrued interest  School: par value  Less discount ....  Accrued interest  ��������������������������� 3,000.00  _   300.00  2,700X0  90.00  24,000.00  _3.360.00  20,640.00  1,080.00-  Waterworks: par value  Less discount  .'   Accrued interest  2,500.00    250.00  -   2",250.00.  81.75  6,108.00  2,790.00  21,720.00  2,331.75  POLICE , DEPARTMENT���������������������������  Constable's salary (proporti'n)  Special constables    Magistrate's salary  .'   Coroner's fees    Maintenance of prisoners    Conveying prisoners to gaol, etc  Uniform    Sundries  _  HEALTH DEPARTMENT���������������������������  Medical Health Officer's salary  "   Scavenging, and cleaning lanes,  Diphtheria anti-toxin    Notices in Press    Printed posters    Legal expense       Surveying  '.   Dumping Ground:  Purchase price  $    250.00  Labour        10.50  657.50  17.50  300.00  20.00  58.85  127.40  37.25  27.45  120.00  14.00  32.50  17.95  v5.25  2.50  14.00  260.50  Cemetery: par value  Less discount    Accrued interest  2,000.00  _ 280.00  l,72o"00  20.00  1,740.00'       34,689.75/  BANK OF MONTREAL���������������������������  Loans    Overdraft as at Dec. 31, 1913.  3,000.00  4,796.89  7,796.89  CEMETERY��������������������������� ���������������������������,  Purchase price of site ;  Clearing,- grading, etc :   Surveying and making topographical map and designing cemetery lay-out .......7..   " - Sub-dividing into lots ..".....:   Fencing ,...:...:.-. .::.:.:.. ...;..........._  Passing of By-law, etc   Interest on demand loans ...: :.."."  :    Sundries- .";...  Sinking fund  \..:.'..... .......  SUNDRIES��������������������������� - .   ' ���������������������������  ,  Street lighting  .' -....:...:...;..  " Assessment  :  Recreation Ground   maintenance...  Printing & stationery (general)....  Advertising (general)  .'.  Municipal elections  <  Publicity (Board Trade Journal)..  Telegrams     Telephone    Postage ..: '.   Legal expense     V.   Travelling expense      Interest on temporary loans    Bank exchange   Special interest fund    Audit fee-    ���������������������������  Post Office box rent    Blue prints    Poor and destitute    Subscriptions   .'..  Municipal Unions fees    Surveying   of    proposed   road to  sand-bar    Motor hire (Agricultural   Com.)..  ="Refund-^on^sale^of^debentures    Water Revenue refund    Unpaid cheque    Miscellaneous    DONATIONS���������������������������  Victoria Day celebration    Enderby Ladies'  Hospital Auxil...  Enderby Brass Band    Drill Hall site    Sundry    1,000.00  207.46  ,136.50  500.00,  109.91  73.25  27.70  ., r C75  ' 67.16  581.05  198.40  169.19  253.37  12.40  58.35  209.25  36.66  .86.45  35.25  35.50  32.95  172.35  4.07  48.00  50.00  3.00  7t50  113.34  10.00  .  40.00  20.00  20.00  -36t45=  2.70  31.50  12.45  BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES-  School  maintenance     Building account    Interest on debentures    Sinking fund    803.17  150.00  100.00  215.00  10.00  6,945.34  20,732.04  1,440.00  427.92  CHEAP  MONEY  LEGISLATION  The first provincial measure  towards providing cheap money  for farmers was introduced in  the Saskatchewan legislature as a  result of recommendation mad"  by commission. It provides for  the formation of the Saskatchewan Farmers' Mortgage Association, with the following powers:  (a) To lend money to agriculturalists on the security of farm  mortgages.  (b) To issue bonds on the security of mortgages so acquired  /  $61,988.17  WATERWORKS  SYSTEM���������������������������  Maintenance:  Repairs, salary, etc    Interest on debentures    Sinking fund       Supplementary construction  BOARD OF WORKS-  Genernl drainage work ..,  Main drain construction  Road maintenance    Road improvement    Road construction ���������������������������   Local improvements     Tools and equipment    Sub-division  surveys     Engineering charges    Contour map   Interest on debentures ...  Sinking fund       Balance being cash on hand.  658.90  1,400.00  1,299.94  9,000.00  2,723.02  $11,723.02  1,703.97.  1,245.95  466.70  Ml  vim  --a  M. (I  "'     I  ! ""'"j'l  , 2,122.73'  Vfc'-.;,  2,280.18  1,278.17  29,545.30        38,643.00  3,358.84  508.31  129.90 '  2,441.72  356.12  20.50  786.75  24.29  11.50  79.60  300.00  350.00  2,085.02  1,119.60  3,867.15  7,705.00  56.00  $61,988.17  in such form as shall be approved  by   the. lieutenant-governor-in-  council.  (c) To invest disposal fundspy  depositing the same with any  chartered bank or by the purchase  of  their  own  mortgage  bonds, or in such securities or  ways as a trust company is permitted to invest trust funds in  its hands.  (d) To acquire and hold real  estate for the purpose of the association and to  dispose thereof  when no longer required for such  purposes.  (e) To borrow money for the purpose of carrying out the objects  of its incorporation, to hypothecate pledge and mortgages, its  real and personal property and to  sign bills, notes, contracts and  other evidences of debt or security for money borrowed by the  association.  (f) To do all things necessary  or incidental to the business of  loaning money on the security of  mortgages on farm property. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 8, 1914  r.'t  -a  .FARMERS' INSTITUTE MEETING  Continued from fourth page  OF CANADA  Are'Your-'CiiUdren  Learning to Save  *>  Each maturing son and  daughter should have a personal  Savings Account in the Union  Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and  training in how to expend money  wisely. Such an education in  thrift and saving will prove invaluable in later life.  Endert-y Branch,       J. IY. gillhan, Manager  PROFESSIONAL  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block  Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:  Forenoon, S to 10:30  Afternoon, 3 to 4  Evening, ������������������:30 to 7:W  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Clilf and GoorKcSls. ENDERBY  SECRET SOCIETIES  II. E. BLANCIIAFtD  W. M.  A.F.&A  Enderby Lodge No.'.  Hunu)tir mecH-'nCT lirst  Thursday on or p.f|cr the  full moon at Sp. m. in Oddfellows Hall. V'iKftny:  brethren cordially invited.  WALTER KOniNSON  Secretary  J. 0,0. F.  ^^ JZZZ?   Eureka Lodjfe. No. CO  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in 1. 0.  O. l'\ hall, Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always    welcome. GEO. BELLAMY.   N. G.  HOWARD LOGAN. V. G.  It. E. WHEELER, See'y.  J. B. GAYLORD. Tiwis.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  I plied.  "The Inttltute now has a library  of 25 books on' agriculture and al.  lied industries for the use of members, in the prize won by the Institute last year. I wish members  would donate books to the library so  that we may enlarge it from year to  year. A reference library is a great  asset in nny community. The travelling libraries are well patronized  and T trg.st are of benefit to  membersf  "Seeds,   fertilizer,    spraying  material,    etc.,    were    purchased    for    our  members to the value of $G44.   Three  hundred    and    eighty-two     cases    of  powder were sold to members in the  | past  teason.      The low-freezing  pow-  J der we arc trying seems to give great  satisfaction      The    powder company  I advises using a   stronger cap in cold  weather so as   to   prevent miss-fires.  They recommend a Nof C cap.  "Registered seea oats will be supplied by the Department at cost in  the coming season. Those requiring  them are requested to communicate  at once with the Secretary,  "I would like to see crop competitions organized in the district this  year. This is a matter that should  be discussed at this meeting,  "In regard to incorporation, I  was unable to carry out the  wishes of the members, as I am  informed an institute cannot be  incorporated.  The registry of articles for  sale and wanted has been of use  the past season and has been the  means of getting buyers and sellers together, but I feel it has not  been made use of the way it  should be. If I had a good list  I could get better results; as  then it could be printed and circulated. I have also found, a  tendency to ask me to register  stuff and to neglect the' fee' of  25c. I may say I. have had an  enquiry from England as to the  listing.  "I regret to say absolutely no  use was made of the Babcock  tester in the past year. I feel  members do not realize its value.  bers, if they can only be brought  to light.  "Any suggestions as to work  the Institute could take up would  be greatly welcomed.  "I must apologize for any  shortcomings in my report, but  my health has been bad the past  few- weeks.  "I wish to again thank Mr.  Hine and Mr. Walker, of the  Press, for their kind astistance  to me, and the directors and  members in general for their encouragement. I trust the coming  our j season will see the institute further on the road to success."  At the conclusion of Secretary  Handcock's report, President  Little reviewed the year's work.  Concluding his remarks, he said  in regard to the library won as a  prize by the Institute, they all  had read the report of the annual convention and would agree  that the prize was really won by  the secretary's personal work and  therefore really should be his,  but Mr. Handcock wishes it to be  the nucleus of an Institute reference library. When it came to  the election of officers, Mr, Little  said he wished to be relieved of  the presidency, as he felt there  was need of a change.  The treasurer's report showed  a total of $1,248.19 assets, against  which were liabilities amounting  to $900.85, leaving a surplus of  assets of $348.34.  Receipts for the year:  Cash on hand form 1912 $   152.73  ' T regret to sav I was unable  \l'TJp.Ti.,iK0,,visyu���������������������������������������������"orr*Ito fulfi11 the regulations thatre-  diaiiy invitwi to attend. quire a caper to be read atmeet-  C.E.STJUCKLANDCK.R.S  I ^      , l ��������������������������� l"���������������������������b^  t0 filld al^-  john rurnimaj. m.f.   (one   who   would    volunteer  to  Hall suitable forCnncerts, Dances and all public I write OHP    hilt fppl  cjiivp thpi'P flVP  entertainments.    For rates. i-t������������������.. address, >\J ' \L UllL;  UU l iCU blU L tllCIC tU e  t. e. no die. Enderby    hidden talents amongst our mem-  Membcrsliip fees   Legislative grant   Powder, fuse and caps���������������������������stock 1912.  Powder received   Seeds, etc   Profit on sales   Miscellaneous   Disbursements:  Balance due treasurer from 1912....  Expense of meetings   Postage and stationery   Officers' fsclaay and commission   Advertising .'".   Miscellaneous   Remitted; powder, fuse and caps.'.'.  Seeds, etc   Stock on hand���������������������������powder, caps &fuse  Credit at Lay ritss   Ralance on hand...". ,  89.S0  GG.75  1,554.50  l.lfi.'I.SG  C0S.87  1S9.45  7.75  m(J3.20  $ ���������������������������    25.67  32.00  2J.90  1-12.09  '��������������������������� 1.70  132.76  1.910,02  613.90  77S.13  1.00  " M3.91  School District of Enderby  Public Notice is hereby given to the Electors of the SCHOOL DISTRICT  OF EODLRBY, that I require'the presence of the said Electors at the City  Hall,   Enderby, B. C, on  Monday, the 12th day of January, 1914  At 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing two persons to represent  them as  TR-US^F  o  on the Board of Schcol Trustees of Enderby in the place of Mr. P. Pyman  and Mr. A. E. Taylor, whose terms have expired.  The mode of Nomination of Candidates shall be as follows: The candidates shall be nominated in writing; the writing- shall be subscribed by  two voters of the Municipality as proposer and seconder, and shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any Lime between the date of this notice  and 2 p.m. of the day of nomination: the said writing may be in the form  numbered 5 in the Schedule of the Municipal Elections' Act, and shall state  the names, residence, and occupation or description of each person proposed,  in such manner as sufficiently to identify such candidate; and in the event of  a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened on���������������������������  Thursday, the 15th day of January, 1914  At the City Hall, Enderby, of which every person is hereby required to take  notice and govern himself accordingly.  The Qualifications for a person to be nominated and elected  as School Trustee are: ���������������������������  J3.S93.20  as fol-  Officers were elected  lows: President, C. W. Little;  vice-president, A. F. Grossman;  sec.-treas., C. S. Handcock; directors, E. Harrop, T. McKay, T.  Wilkinson, R. Davy,  J. Emeny.  We are offering"  Special Prices from  now until the 1st  of February on all  lines of Stoves  and Ranges  It will pay you to buy  now as we are     ,  determined to clear  out the remainder of  our present stock  in these lines  We also are offering Special  Bargains in Raymond Sewing  Machines.  Call and get one of our beautiful Calendars for 1914  Thanking you all for the Generous  Patronage and Support during the year  just closed and trusting to merit a continuance of same in the years to come.  Choice  argams in  Ladies'  and -Children's  We have concluded to close  out our stock of patterns,  and will have them open for  your inspection this  week.  Sleds, all sizes for the boys and  girls.   Ready for the next snow.  Horses Warm  A fine line of horse blankets, robes, rugs, suit   cases.     A   good stock of  heavy and   light    harness always on hand.     Repairs   promptly <?one.  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St., Enderby  3 ...  That such person  disqualified under any  ination the registered  city school district of  dollars, or more, over  wise qualified to vote  Given under  day of December,  is a British subject of the full age of twenty-one years: is not  lav/ and has been for the six months next preceding the day of nom-  owner, in the Land Registry Office, of land or real  property  in the  assessed value on the last municipal assessment roll, of five hundred  and above tny registered judgment or  charge, and who is other-  at an election of school trustees in the said school district.  MY HAND AT THE ClTY HALL, ENDERBY, B.   C.   this   31st  1913.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, Returning Officer  W. J. Woods  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-f-od  and selected by our own buyers frou  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 poasiblo  G. R. Sharpe,  -    Enderby, B. C.  A Citizens' Meeting is hereby called, to be held at the  K. of P, Hall, on Tuesday evening the/13th inst., at S p.  m., for the purpose of considering the financial statements  of the Municipal Council and the Board of School Trustees.  H. H. Worthington, Acting Mayor.  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Dept. 532 CHICAGO, U.S.A.   mmmimmammmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi i  f  i  7  I  VP-x  \k  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  U  Thursday, January 8,1914  nm  ">  , k.-  A Man's  poorest asset  Too much time in which to  do nothing but warm his  feet by the fire paid, for by  another, and too little busi;  ness of his own to enable  him to tell how to run that  of everybody! else.  *&!&  year.        Thirty-seven   new   members |  joinea,' but we lost three by death, 9  left the district, and 23 dropped out.  "The cash.balance Jor the year is  $144.94 and &e "B#;l': besides the  freight paid (amounting to $41.70) on  the powder in the magazine, which  will come back to us this year, so  that really our balance is $186.65.  "We built a warehouse the past  year, at a cost of $116.00.  '���������������������������'The attendance at the spring meetings was deplorably small at both  Mara and Enderby. No meetings  were held on account of non-attendance. The Department in the future  will not hold meetings at points  where the attendance does not warrant it. No regular meeting were  held this fall, but in place short  courses in the- various agricultural  branches will be given.  "A packing school was held at  Mara the past season, but only eight  pupils took the course. A' school  will be held at Enderby in February,  the full number of pupils having ap-  Continued on last page  W,  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 Rest,  $16,000,000  Hon. President, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona find Mount Royal 5. O. Mr. O.  President', R. B. Angus, Esq.   Vice-Presidem,H. V. Meredith  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current ratea.  Interest credited 30th  June     and 31st December.  3NDERBY BRANCH A.  E. Taylor, Manager)  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at,��������������������������� B������������������d*������������������by. B.C.at  $2 p������������������r year, by the WuMut f r���������������������������������������������. '  Adverttoiasr Rate*; Transient, 60c am inch fi������������������at  insertion, 23c each subsequent insertion. Contract adrertifiinfc, $1 an inoh per month.  L������������������������������������a>\ Notices: 12c a Kne first insertion; 8c a line  each Bubs<*uient insertion.  Reeling Netk-ee and Locals: 15c a line.          FARMERS' INSTITUTE MEETING  JANUARY 8, 1914  THIRD EGG-LAYING CONTEST  In the third international egg-laying  contest now being held under:the supervision of the department of -agriculture of British. Columbia,at .the  exhibition grounds - in Victoria, ,tlie  ' h������������������ns-in pen No. 1," from the Rangiiiri  Egg Ranch, Otaki, New Zealand, are  in the lead in the non-weight varieties with 236 eggs to their credit  from Oct. 28 to Dec. 27. The birds'  in pen No. 10, owned by A. Easton,  Duncan, B. C, were second with 193  eggs. E. Soole, Cowichan, B. 0* is  the owner of six birds in pen No. 4,  which come third in the,contest, with  a score of 1G4 eggs. The birds'ln  pen No. 6, owned by Tom Barron,  Catforth, Preston, Lans, Eng., occupy fourth .place, having laid 157  eggs since the contest started. All  these fowls, six in each pen, are  White Leghorns, several other varieties being entered' in the competition  but none coming up to the Leghorns  as far as laying is concerned.  Class .jtwo-in. this_competition _con  The annual meeting of the Northern  Okanagan Farmers! Institute was  held in K. of P. Hall last Saturday  afternoon, the attendance, being very  small. President Little was in the  chair.  After the reading of. the minutes of  the last meeting, and tht.ir adoption  the President stated that he had not  prepared a written report, as on  looking over those of previous years,  he found they were in general a repetition of the Secretary's report-, and  i  he suggested that tne Secretary's report be read and he would then touch  j on matters in kit. - '  |/ The Secretary's report "was read as  follows:  i    "I have the honor to report a membership of    182    as   against 175 last  Choice   .  Chocolates  and the  Newest Books  What a combination of-pleasure for the long quiet evenings  by the fireside at home! We  have the best Chocolates in  small and large fancy boxes,  and the latest books in paper  and stiff, covers.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ClifTSt. ' Enderby  WE HAVE  JUST RECEIVED A CAR OP FLOUR AND FEED.WHICH  VE ARE SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES :  Price to Members  Sack Ton  BOBIN HOOD FLOUR  .'.   1-50  WHEAT  '.    1-60  OATS     1-30  BARLEY CHOP  :  130  BRAN   1-20  SHORTS ...'  1-30  CARROTS (Red)  75  TURNIPS  -. 75  POTATOES   1-10  TIMOTHY HAY    r  31.50  25.75  26.00  24.00'  26.00  15.00  15.00  22.00  17.00  To non-Members  Sack        Ton  $ 1.65  '    1.65  1.40  1.40  1.30  1.40'.  .75  .75  1.10  33.00  27.00  27.00  ������������������6.00  28.00  15.00  15.00  22.00  17.08  THESE'PRICES  ARE; CASH AT WAREHOUSE.     l  OPEN  WEDNESDAY  AND   SATURDAY AFTERNOONS.  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuildings  Hert are   iome   special* in lumberwhile they last y  .No. 2, 2x4, p������������������r thousand  $ 11.00     i,  . - No. 2. Lath, pw -thousand. ...i-. 1.75  .   -i )'  x  vvjni  Short Cord Wood ..-...........'..'...;������������������* 3.75/;.*  ���������������������������<'>,-V.r.    "','  OKANAGAN SAW MILLSCLtd.End������������������by  sists of the weight varisties of hens  with six birds to each pen. White  Wyandottes take both the first and  second place with scores of 214 and  204 eggs respectively. The leaders  occupy pen No. 23, and are owned by  Dean Bros., Keatings P.O., Vancouver Island. The second pen is No.  35, and is owned by S. Perr'.val,  Port "Washington, B.C." Pen No. "38,  is owned by Mr. J. H. Cruttenden,  237 Princess street, New Eestminster,.  and is third, these birds having 138  J 89 eggs to their credit. They are  Buff Wyandottes. Tom Barron, the  owner of .the fowls in the fourth  place in the nonweight varieties,  owns the hens occupying pen Nof 32,  which is fourth in ,.the contest for the  weight varieties. These hens are  White Wyandottes and have laid 174  oggs so far. E. D. Read of'Duncan,  B. C, comes close to him in fifth  place with White Wyandottes in pen  No. 34, which have 168 eggs to their  credit. Several other varieties are  entered in the contest, but none come  up to the Leghorns and White Wyandottes in the nonweight and weight  varieties respectively. The showing  of the heavy White Wyandottes in  the contest against the White Leghorns in the light class in respect to  egg laying is regarded as noteworthy.  The four best White Leghorn scores  are 236, 192, 164 and 157, totalling  750, as against 214, 209, 174 and 168,  totalling 765 for the four best White  Wyandotte pens. The weight variety is thus on the whole doing better than the lighter egg layers.  . '    u   ������������������������������������������������������<  CITY OF ENDERBY  NOTICE  ������������������    Public Notice is hereby given to the Electors of the MUNICIPALITY of  thh CITY OF ENDERBY, that I require the presence of the said Electors  at the City Hall,  Enderby, B. C, on  Monday, the 12th day of January, 1914  At42-o?elocknoon,^oiuthe4>u^  them in the Municipal Council as  MAYOR AND ALDERMEN  The mode of Nomination of Candidates shall be as follows: The can  didates shall be nominated in writing; the writing shall be subscribed by  two voters of the Municipality as proposer and seconder, and shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between the date of this notice  and 2 p m of the day of nomination: the said writing maybe m .the .form  numbered 5 in the Schedule of the Municipal Elections' Act, and shall state  the names, residence, and occupation or description of each person proposed,  in such manner as sufficiently to identify such candidate; and in the event of  a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened on-  Thursday, the 15th day of January, 1914  At the City Hall, Enderby, of which every person is hereby required to take  notice and govern himself accordingly.  The Qualifications for a person to be nominated and elected  as Mayor are: ���������������������������  That such person is a male British subject of the full age of twenty-one years: is not  disaualified under any law, and has been for the six months next preceding the day of norn-  inS the registerea owner, in the Land Registry Office, of land or real property in the  city of the assessed value on the last municipal assessment ro 1, of one thousand dollars, or  more, over and above any registered judgment or charge, and who is otherwise duly qualified as a municipal voter.  The Qualifications for a Person to be Nominated and Elected  as an alderman are:  That such person is a male British subject of the full age of twenty-one years: is not  disaualified[under any law and has been for the six months next preceding the day of nom-  inatbn the registered owner, in the Land Registry Office, of land* or real property in the  citv of assessed value on the last municipal assessment roll, of five hundred dollars or  more over and above *ny registered judgment or charge, and who is otherwise duly  qualified as a municipal voter'  Given under my hand at the City Hall, Enderby, B. C. this 31st  day of December, 1913.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, Returning Officer Thursday, January 8, 1914.  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  -i*  l-Jtt  I  Public of Enderby Entertained by  Trustee Board in New School  When Mayor J. L. Ruttan put in a  ; tender  on    the   new   Enderby Public  i School, and was   finally awarded the  ; contract   by   the    Board    of    School  : Trustees,   it   was   a    very fortunate  thing for Enderby   and district.     It  was to save the building to the workmen,   of   Enderby    that   Mr.  Ruttan  tendered on the job.     He wanted to  see the city of Enderby get full value  | for the money spent on the building,  and  he wished to have the Avork on  the building done   so far as possible  by Enderby Avorkmen.  There Avas some criticism offered at  the time by those Avho did not take  the pains to learn the conditions  prevailing, but Mr. Ruttan proceeded  ^  ������������������*���������������������������-������������������  ��������������������������� \������������������sj  V  ki?r-^r:  - W  i  dollars to spend on the 3:rui..i '.s.  It is as well to add, howeArer, that  Contractor Ruttan put into the finishing of the rooms many '"extras,"  for which he made >no charge. In all  the rooms are built-in book shelves  for the children's books, placed there  by the contractor. Tne use of Keen  cement in all the halls vxl xoci/s  Avas also done at the cost i f Mr.  Ruttan. Tie also built an addttu na.1  sceptic tank at a cost of $300, \ ', ich  Avas not called for in the spe-uil.nations. Indeed, AA'here Mr. Ruttan  could haAre skimped in the furnishing  of material, he expanded and gave  nothing but the best, and AA'here lie  found it possible to improve on the  quietly with the Avo.k, under the able specifications he did so at his own  foremanship of Mr. II. E. Blanchard,   expense.     The    actual cost of extras  SYNGP SIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIGNS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, SaskatcheAvan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  NorthAvest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in Avbich 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 accompanied by a fee for ?5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  yot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of, five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the._-full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty' thereon. If the cual mining  n���������������������������.iLs are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include, the coal inin':  ej  PMDBfflig^^  s  Latest Wonder  ������������������.   Us,  Ed  Th  is so faithful and lifelike in its tone reproduction,  so fine and broad in the scope of its selections,  so high in its plane of artists, that you can  almost see the stage setting.  For more than four minutes, thousands of" limes, the Blue Arnberol  unwinds to you the most luxurious entertainment you ever knew.  It never wears cut and won't  break. Drop in on your Edison  dealer today.   He'l! be glad to  give you a concert free.  Specify the Blue Arnberol always.  ivym&&  MGtlm  Edison Phonographs and Records are sold by  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  Bell Block      . J. E. Crane, Proprietor  k  jmsnmmMnnMms^MiBminsimsi  MMMMk  and as the work proceeded the criticism changed to commendation. The  material put into the new school  building was in all ways the best.to  be had." This Avas apparent from  the start, and became more noticeable as the building reached the finishing stage.  The building was finally completed,  and on New Years Day Avas thrown'  ing rights only, but the" lessee may be |open to the public for inspection by  permitted     to     purchase     whatever ltne Board of School   Trustees.     Mr.  available surface ^^L'^nrKn^nl lRuttan ���������������������������*   ������������������ot   P"saet   to receive  Gidered  necessary  for the Avorlcmg of , x- , .,., ,,.  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre jthe  congratulations    of the public of  For   full     information   av>plic.ition iEnderby,   he-having   left a week or  should  be made   to the Secretary of ;two previous for   his    business hold-  the Department   of the Interior   Ot-i.  tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  v,;���������������������������"!.���������������������������1'nniithprized    publication    ol I  this advertisement    will not be paid I  for. I  But the members of the School Board were present, assisted by their wives who  Ferved tea in the reception hallway  to visitors, and they \vere heartily  congratulated on the excellence of l.h';  structure    and  its    finished  c-jn:i<n-.. L<.  LAND'  "REGISTRY OFFICE  ness.  Tn the matter of an application for  duplicate certificate of title Mo.  1039-ia to part of Lot "A,"  Sub  tut);  The members of the Board, in :  I going into the    details before letting  the contract,  took the trouble to go  | through  many of tbj n.ven'-. v  . iucte..l i  'school buildings in the Province, and}  ordered by the Board, such as increasing toe number of electric lights  from 70 to 90, Avhere the additional  cost had to be paid to sub contractor, and .other additional buying of  supplies and material decided upon  as necessary by the Board, 'were  charged for, but totalled only $201, and  brought the total cost of the contract  v/oik on the bn'kling up to .?50,������������������01.  Architect Bell states that in all his  experience in building, he never saAV  a building of this magnitude erected  with as few extras charged.  On entering the build ng, large  swing doors are encountered guarding  the broad stairway leading to the  first-floor hallway, off of Avhich the  principal's room and four 'class-,  rooms open. Each classroom is provided Avith large cloak-rooms for the  boys and girls. The class-rooms and  i hall ways are all heated and ventilated by . the most perfect system of  beating and ventilating now known  !in the science of school building.  From the first   floor- stainvays lead  IP tjtv  We are overstocked in these instruments and until  0% W%  Pi a* m  will sell any Violin in stock at cost price. We have them  to $3-  ������������������?  ��������������������������� WL  and every instrument is one of QUALITY for the money  THE   E  DERBY   MUSIC   STORE  of    Dot  Yale District,  division   of   Part  Group 1,  Map 111,  Osoyoos  Division.  NOTICE is hereby   given that it is  my intention at the expiration of one  month from the date of the first pub-  ication hereof to issue duplicate certificate of tUe to   said  lands issued  to Mary    Ann   Duncan   unless in the  "meantime I .shall receive valid objections thereto in  writing.  Dated at the Land   Registry Office,   lnc erectinn and   finishing of it.   The  Kamloops, B.    C,   this   10th day ofWOrk of finishing,   even  to the rninu-  Decombcr,   1913. ;test detail, has bcac carefully looked  C. H. DUNBAR,       iafter, and every    flaw   overcome and  District Registrar ,weakncgH avoided.  One of the most interested visitors  on  New    Year's   Day    was Mr.   J.  L.  in  the fortune,   in  whose,    honor the  school  accompanied   by his es-  Mr. Fortune is now S6  .earn������������������.tLiroJii^o Uier=_=j3 oard s =w-h erei n���������������������������t o_thjv_b asem e.n_t .^vjier e^&epanarjyila y,  : improvements could be made, and all! rooms, lunch   rooms, and all the ac-  .these improvements have been put in  cessqrics for the comfort and cleanli-  ' to the erection of t'je ForVm? ;*cho'(.]. Jncss of    the   children,    are provided,  Hence, it is safe to say, Enderby has [the girls    quarters   being at one end  as complete and'modern school house'of the building,    and the boy's quar-  as there is in  the West, even to elec-; tnrs at the other, being separated by  trie lights in all the rooms.     It is a jtlie furnace and boiler rooms,  structure that is a credit to the dis-     The   lavatories    and    wash    rooms  trict,   and    to   the    Board of School-provided here arc    ample for the full j  Trustees, the contractor, and to each j capacity    of    the    school,  Avhich will I  and all  who    had   anything'to do in I not be reached   for   the next year, or j  Music and Musical Instruments J. E. CRANE, Proprietor  Fancv and Useful Articles for the Children and the Heme.  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming yilliage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here,. and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishmin 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 Lowoiy's Li-dcc.)  two.  [King Edward Hofce.  LAND    REGISTRY ACT  Re.  Lots 0    rand    7,    Block 1  Barnes Addition to the City of Enderby, Province   of   British Colutn  hi a, Map 200.  WHEREAS proof of loss of Ccrtifi-  fkate of Title No. 9G82A, in the name  of William Folkard, to the above-  mentioned lots, has been filed in this  office.  and    he can look back  Avas  named,  , teemed wife.  years of age  nearly half    a    century   to    the days  ' when he was the first Avhice settler to  .locate at Enderby.  j    There is a    striking    fc:,'..",re r.iiout  ithc erection    of    the    Fortune school  that is quite out    of the ordinary���������������������������it  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  Fruit  Lnnd  Town Lots  NOTARY PUBLIC  Hay Land  Notice is hereby given that I shall,  at the expiration of one month from is a buil<li������������������-������������������>r costing in the neighbor-  the date of the first publication here- ll00(1 of $58,000,    and  there wasn't a  duplicate    of said certifi-:1)l11 for    "extras"    rendered with the  of, issue a  cate unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Office,  at Kamloops, this 28th day of October A. D. 1913.  O. H, DUNBAR,  District Registrar.  FOR    SERVICE -  Yorkshire    boar,  Apply,  F.    Waby,  Enderby.  Avasn  bill for "extras" rendered with  final bill as per contract. Indeed,  had the city been able to sell the  $2-1,000 debentures on the school at  par, the School Board's estimate  avouUI not have been rxcei-L.'vl in fact  hud the Board ���������������������������.{���������������������������.-. ;vrn1;.sr'd the  Curcfoot    property    :;ubso tiic.nt.Iy    to  __ __ | making their ustimu'e in the erection  Pedigreed   White I0*" ^lc building and  rli; bo'-iur.ii'ymg of i  "Enderby    Lad,"  thl-' ^I'ounds,    they    would   t .-day  be I  cij.si   -f the '  !V handrcu  From the first floor wide stainvays j  lead to the second-floor hallway, off  of which open four more class-rooms  and the assembly hall. The finishing  and lighting of these rooms could not  be better, and the accoustic properties of the assembly hall are perfect.  When  school convenes in the morn-  ! ing     all    the    school    children      are  J marched   to   the   assembly hall, and  I there tne Lord's Prayer is repeated  and any message given by the principal to the school is delivered, after  which the pupils march to their re-  spectiA'e class-rooms.  In the   assembly   hall   will be held] ]NJeWr   Up-tO-Date  Shop, On  all the   school   exercises, where seat-! RusgeU Qt     west 0f Vemon-Rd.  ing  accommodation   could   readily  be,���������������������������     ,     ,  provided  for  several  hundred   people, j -t^nQcl Dy  Connected Avith each class-room arei==:: -..--.. ���������������������������   -   -1    ���������������������������  private rooms for the teachers, each  provided with every modern convenience.  The atmosphere of the whole building is one of uprightness and refinement, and its very nature Is such as  P.-H. MURPHY  ? Proprietor  Enderby  Tbe Liverpool & London &' Globe Lib. Go.  The Phoenix Insurance Go. of London.  Lin 1 n-L mciuliiro Fire Iusuranco Co.  Roy;i!Insiminei*Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept  The Loudon & Lnrrcawhiro Guarantee  Accident Co., oi* Canada.  BELL BLOCK.   EN-DERBY  W. G. PELL  and to! Bttiig  When your Letter Paper runs low, let  us print the next lot.       Walker Press  thu grounds,  Murphy's ranch, j *.lble to P-'W ������������������fi the o:i'i.-e  building and still have a I  should insti,  into toe school children hallways are fire    alarms, which ring placed  fountain  drinking  places, from  ideals and ambitions    making for the automatically   in   every   part of the which    the    pupils   can   quench their  best in human nature. building when an alarm is sounded.    : thirst without   the    use   of drinking  in    every    class-room,   and    in the In each of    the   hallways    are also cups.  L  V

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