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 /?  Enderby, B.C., February 12, 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 6; No. 50; Whole No. 310'  i      ���������������������������* ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Local News of General Interest and General News of Local!nterest  ii-*-  N. B. Courtenay returned from the  coast last Friday.  Mrs.  T.   E.    Rodie   has joined her  husband at Salmon Arm.  Mr. W. E. Banton visited Enderby  this week from the coast.  A son was born   to   Mr.  and Mrs.  Matthew Cadden, Mara, on Jan. 31st  Social     meeting    of    Men's   Club,  Thursday evening,    8 p.m., in Pariah  -Hall. '   i  ' Manager Stevens, of the Okanagan  Saw'Mills, returned from an eastern  trip this-week.  Mr. W. J. Thompson received the  sad intelligence this week oi che death  of his mother, living at Chilllwack.  The    engagement    is   announced of  Miss Bessie Airth and Mr. T. Baker,  . the wedding'to-take place some time  in April. - , -  . ^    Parish of. Enderby:    Mattins, Sun-  ;- day next ,at Mara,   10.30 a.m.; Even-  7 song,. Grindrod, 3.00 p.m. :Evensong,  ,   Enderby,' 7.30. . 7--; -        "       . ���������������������������   r -  The-organist   and    choir   of     St.  George's Church gave a birthday sup-  ,  per to their pastor, 'Rev. Mr. Reed;  - -last evening in the Parish Hall.   :   "  If you have, any * water rates -that  need fixing, or   guy   posts that need  planting, _ just    make . your     wants  known   while   the .council is new at,  the business.   '  It is understood that Mr. Chapman  will organize a singing class at Mara  and under his training it is hoped to  put on several entertainments by local talent  The new firm of Messrs. Peel,1 Warwick and Wheeler, has adopted the  name.of the Enderby Supply Co., and  will add groceries to the lines already carried.  Mrs. Dow   has   offered   a prize for  the entrance class   pupil who shows  the   most   Improvement   in   writing  from now   until   the end of June, in  ���������������������������the^public^school.    Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Garrett, and \ vies has been preparing,law offices in  daughter, of Elkhorn, Man., are vis-j the Bell block, those formerly occulting Mr. and Mrs. S. Poison. Mr. j pied by .Surveyor Williams, and will  and Mrs. Garrett are here to stay \ now be In position to handle any le-  and will locate on a piece of land to ���������������������������' gal business coming before him.  their liking as soon as the snow is I Mr. A. C. Skaling, B. A.., a young  gone. j barrister and solicitor of Vancouver,  Mr. F. "W.  Stevens has severed his  arrived' in Enderby this week and at  Don't lorget to mark down and reserve Wednesday, Feb. 18th, for the  musical tableaux at the Parish Hall  of St. George's church. An entertainment rich in humor.  W. J. Woods is advertising his entire stock of dry goods and ladies'  wear for sale, and states that he is  making, room -for a -stock-of-men's  furnishings, soon to be in hand.  Attenborough & Courtenay have  purchased an up-to-date stock of  millinery at sheriff sale prices, and  are preparing to give their patrons  the benefit of these prices in a millinery sale now on.  Inspector of Dairies Ilsley visited  the Strickland Lone Pine Dairy this  week and tested all of the dairy herd  with the tuberculin test. He gave  a clean sheet, and highly complimented the proprietor,  Services in the Methodist Church  next Sunday: Morning worship, 11  o'clock; Sunday School and Bible  Class, 2:30 p. m. Rev. B. G. Stewart will occupy the pulpit for the  evening service at 7.30.  "Bob" Johnstone has so far recovered at the Vancouver hospital  that he,is able to write his own letters, and he says the doctors think  he is doing famously, but will keep  him to his bed for some days yet.  The ladies of the Methodist Church  will hold a social and sale of aprons  and useful articles on Tuesday eve.,  Feb. 17th, in the Methodist school  room, at 8 o'clock. An interesting  program has been arranged. Admission, 25c.  connection as sales manager of the  British Canadian .Lumber Corporation, Ltd., of Vancouver, to become  interested in the Iowa Lumber and  Timber Co., Ltd., of-New Westminster.   ,    ��������������������������� .  Rev. Mr. Brown gave a-very instructive and much appreciated lecture 7 assisted "by, magic lantern  slides, in the Deep Creek, school  house last Friday evening, on/'The  Life- of Christ.-' - o.The attendance  was large and' his, audience most responsive., -," ' ','������������������������������������������������������,-,, ''''.���������������������������<  -The, snows of the past few'weeks'  haye^m"adey,things most./sat'isfactory-  jn the - lumber, camps, . and' reports  coming in' "from, _ all *'. bt\ them , state  J;hat the timber, is being handled, in  fine',shape.',' Official Scaler Dougall  say's conditions are most satisfactory  for the timber men. '"-  .At a meeting- of the.iwomen of St.  Matthew's - Church,- Mara, held at  Mrs. Massey's house, .a'branch of the  Woman's Auxiliary was,formed;-Mrs.  Reed, president, of, the ^Enderby  branch, in the chair. The following  officers were elected:' President, Mrs.  Robinson; Vice-President, Mrs. Mas-  sey; Sec.-treas., Mrs. Joe Dean; Dorcas Secretary, Mrs. Ahier. -  Mr. H. G. Davies was this week  admitted to practice law, as solicitor  and barrister, the call ' coming  on Feb. Sth before Mr. Justice Gregory. The many iriends of Mr. Da-  vies in this district will be pleased  'to learn of his admission to the bar  in B. C.   He has had long experience  ���������������������������in^the^English-^courtsf^^but-only���������������������������re-^before-hand-and^there-avilL^be-no^pos:  cently concluded    to    seek admission  here and resume   practice.     Mr. Da-  once proceeded to open a law office  here. . He has taken the offices in the  Bell,block formerly occupied by Mr.  W. E. Banton. Mr.' Skaling is a  McGill graduate, and has studied under Mr. S. S. Taylor, and later with  ���������������������������the firm of .Deacon, .Deacon &,Wilson,  Vancouver.  Mr. Dixon received word this week  from" the coast to the effect that Mr.  Jack Morton is showing wonderful  recuperative powers, and,every hope  is given by the attending physicians,  for his rapid recovery - from the effects of the'injury, jsustained/by, him  inThis.,recent"'_ coasting7,accident:." Dr/  Madkech'nie,, op'erated.Hon ;��������������������������� him .'shortly  'after-_his- arrival_.;in";; Vancouver last'  Tuesday,/taking three or- four .pieces  of splintered, bone .from,his back', and  in-three days-he had'sho,wriv improvement that' would"; have'-been satisfactory ten days after,the.operation, y  There will be the' biggest crowd of  dancers., and no   doubt the best costumed crowd, in- the Enderby Opera  House to-morrow night that ever has  been seen   in   this    section, to. enjoy  the Hoordoo dance."    It will be difficult to get tickets   at the door, and  the   committe  on  arrangements  asks  us. to urge all intending to be there  to     purchase   their   tickets    on   the  streets of the Scout   boys before the  date of the   dance.   The tickets have  been perforated so as to make it easy  to  give the wife or sweetheart half so  she may not be detected in your company, and may   not   be recognized-  even by yourself.     Have your tickets  Enderbyites who took part in the  Mara masquerade ball last Friday  evening are most enthusiastic in their  praise "of the hospitality and good  cheer of the* Mara people, and particularly the management of the affair.  There were' in the neighborhood of  150 people on the 'floor, and the costuming, music and, floor all. the best  and.the supper a deal better than the  best. It was served by the ladies  of ' Mara, and everything came hot  from the ample kitchen recently added to the hall.' ,  Supt-. McKay, of the slocal branch  of the C. P. R., and Mr. Trautinen,  representing ' the Vice-President's  office, spent a few hours in Enderby  last Thursday afternoon, .and took  advantage! of- the opportunity 'to meet  the- business .* men<<���������������������������'-andvother /citizens  who 'could-be -gathered^.together," and  explain'-'to*' them , the;; object-of-the-  company, 1 in-/taking.hbff^^/the3;Sutiday^  jtrairi.' -. .Owing^^tofr.thevgreatafailing  off'.of traffic, ���������������������������-both ' passenger and  freight; -/they - found ��������������������������� .it necessary, to  reduce'. operatirig.Vexpenses.^ r-Thej. as-,  surance' was;- given ���������������������������, that' the/'Sunday;  service would be resumed-just'as soon  as it became' necessary, to take care  of- the business, 'and .they hopedy that  would be "early in the/summer.''  \ -V  sibility of your   being recognized at  the door.  , Two, rinks of curlers went to Arm-|  strong last Thursday to take part in  the .bonspiel." y  Two    rink's were expected from Vernon   as well, -but did  not materialize.'     The Enderby teams  were skipped by   E.  J. Mack and A.  E." Taylor.      Mack's rink came home  with the handsome t O'Brien cup, and  the Taylor rink    with very appropriate    individual    prizes,    for  ' second  place.     The ' winning rink wa"s composed of Mack, skip;   Rev. Mr. Dow,  3rd; J. Warwick, 2nd; F. B. Dill lead;  and the   other   rink,    A. E. Taylor,  skip;'_Dr.._ Keith, __3rd;_A._/Reeyes,__2nd;  ,$?:  The Enderby packing school closed  its four-days'    work , last    Saturday,  evening, and proved .to be one of the;  best that Packer Castner has nandied  ���������������������������in fact there    could   be few better,  according to.Mr.    Castner: "'.He' was  surprised and pleased in the splendid   -  showing made.in the.Jour.days..6f ac-,"~  tual work.   Following is.the.standing;  made by the pupils:   ,Miss';Rosomaiv ���������������������������  98 points; -' K.    Glen,7 97������������������- points; W..7,  Anderson,/97$;'J. M./Moore, 97������������������~, :Py$ '  W.''Chapman,- 98;    MissyRobso'nr 96?;7.  Mrs.. Robson',. 98*; W.;Gosnell,~,98;vT.v> ���������������������������-  McKay, 94?;    H.    C. Harris, 97*; Li.'.'.  Proctor, ,98f; **A. M/ Baird,jy98������������������} and:;"'  H. ' Cowan, ^ 48*: '/. ThV>' last t thre������������������ ~;/7 7yj^  named were; the ' winners-of* the; cash J-^ ":r. V\~^*������������������  prizes putv:up> by* the^Department: 'A:-/'xl'i'&di  "-<*������������������-  7"''=7K  and W. R. Barrows   lead      The winning rink took 4 out of 5 games.  Comment and Protest on Local Events  The letter written by Mr. A1. Ful- and ratepayers get together and cil to finance the city's business in  ton and read before the City Council clean them up. They cannot be 1913. The stringency greatly, re-  last Monday .evening,..revives .interest .stuffed ...off.,., upon., the. shoulders of duced the revenue received by the  in an issue that has been allowed to someone else. There is no someone City, and made it- necessary to cut  sleep for one full year. Perhaps else. The business is ours���������������������������your's down, and in some instances; obliter-  here and there will be found an in and mine. ate altogether, appropriations made  dividual who would prefer to see the Some will say, "That is Board of at the commencement of thc season's  issue not revived, but we cannot be-  Trade   business;    let   the   Board    of work  month/or/ rndfe^iri^Newrf York'CityV^ ^F&m  wh'efe-they. enjoyed7s������������������ing.the-'sight^^l^J^I1  of Gotham:   'They-visited1 other large";-- 'f^,v;-,f;"^  cisies and ^manufacturing "centres'as":   '������������������:-. ���������������������������')���������������������������'-���������������������������%  welly as;"'agriculturai'''districtsr 'and'"; "r\?\  Mr.."Gaylord. says -he/found^evidences ; /  of the   severest. depression - in every /V  "city   "and    community ���������������������������that' had'not 7 ''  agriculture at its''back,  r Tn, the ag-" ���������������������������'! l,.  ricultural districts : he was .told" .that", ,*"  they^  had .experienced jione -of   the' '/;"  stringency noticeable in the mahufac- \  turing centres,    and' the farmers of-  .the East were never in better circum-:'   ���������������������������"'  stances.     They ' found-a ready mar-, O  ket for everything they could produce    '  and at good prices. -  ENDERBY SHIPMENTS  Since Jan. 1st, 1914:  ������������������ay-:~~7--:7,.-;;::7      4 carload!"  Lumber   ...27 carloads  Oordwood   3 carloads  Ties.  11 carloads  F1our  ,  7 carloads  Fence Posts  6 carloads  58 carloads  ...WOMEN*S..SUFFRAGE_.  lieve many would be found to share Trade foot the bills." But' who'is make the tax levy for 1914, and it is  in such a desire. The issue revived the Board of Trade ? It is nvcy up to it to make provision, even if  is: Are the people of Enderby going businessman and ratepayer of Endcr- by increasing the levy a mill or two  to repudiate regularly incurred debts by. The organization is only, a roe- to meet the exigencies of the case,  or are they going to pay them? It dium through which workxis done for Enderby is, after all, very fortu-  is not necessary to go into the mat- the benefit of the town and district, nate in coming out of the year 1913  ter of what was accomplished by the Members are'selected as officers, who as free from debt as it is. Vernon,  Board of Trade in bringing out or give their time and best judgement our big sister town down the valley,  going into the schemes that cost the gratuitously in aid of what they be- found itself up against a deficit of  money we are now asked to pay. The lieve to be .of benefit to the comrmin- $41,000, for which it bad no assets,  Board of Trade as a body authorized 'ity. As. individuals they get nothing and the most drastic measures have  the ventures or the indebtedness was out of it but a lot of hard work and been taken there to pull the corpora-  incurred by the board . of manage- the kicks and scoffs of the less pro- tion out of the dilemma. We should  ment working under authority from gressive, in whose interest they are have no fear far Enderby and dis-  the Board. The board of manage- working as well as their own. trlct in 1914. We have lost little or  ment consisted of Messrs. Poison, Mr- Fulton's letter is straightfor- nothing in the financial whirlwind  Taylor, Moffet, Crossnmn and Pack- ward'and to the point.' He does not that has swept Canada. We are, in  ham. These gentlemen, and the quibble, but puts before us facts fact, better off than ever before, for  members of the Board, acted in good that we cannot escape from or dodge the people generally, while losing  faith, and with the assurance of 90 and we must meet them. nothing in the depression, have been  per cent of the property holders that What the outgoing council should pushed back to a saner, more sub-  the money would be raised. For the or should not have done with the stantial condition of life. They are  past year Board of Trade matters money appropriated to meet these realizing now better than ever before  have been dead. But the liabilities accounts has no bearing on the pres- that real success and permanent pros-  have not decreased. They have not ent case. Anyone familiar with the perity are only possible where each  been cleaned up and will not be expenditures of the past year knows individual becomes a producer of  cleaned   up    until   the   business men uow difficult it was for the old coun- something worth while.  A    meeting   will    be   held  at   thc  house af Mrs.  Hatcher on Thursday,  the 19th inst,   at   2.30.     All women  The   new   council has yet to   interested  should   attend.      Speaker,  Miss Isabel  Seymour.  the cause.  Collection for  It is announced by the Canada Cement Co. .that, owing to the dullness  of business, they have decided to  close down four of their plants for  the balance of the year 1914, or until  further notice. The plants affected  are; those at Marlbank, Lajkefield,  and Shallow Lake, Out., and Calgary, Alta.  The billiard tournament which has  been in progress at thc Enderby Pool  Rooms for some weeks, has just been  completed. Fifty-two games were run.  E. J. Mack won out, taking the desk  clock which was put up as the prize.  Don't miss the millinery sale at  Attenborough & Courtenay's this  week.  Ladies: You can get some great  bargains in millinery at Attenborough & Courtenay's this week. Call  and see their stock of trimmed hats. THE ENDERBY PRESS ANB WALKER'S WEEKLY  ..j  i/'-fc  a*.,.  that  have  men  anything against  the church as an  institution, but the  petty, spirit of the  if men in control who  would make it an  object of charity  is despicable  If  ENDERBY PRESS  Publiihwl  every  Thursday at  Endtjuby. E.C. at  32 pur year, by the Walker Press.  -  Advertising: Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c uaoli subsequent insertion. Cozi-  tr.iet advertising. $1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices:   12c a line .'irst insertion; 8c a line  each subscqueni insertion.  Reatlvtg Ns'uces an<i Locals: 15u a line.  FEBRUARY 12. 1914  NEW MUNICIPAL  ACT  ��������������������������� The Municipal Act, based upon the  /findings of the Royal'Commission on  Municipal Government which made its  report "to    the1 last   session  of the  legislature,  was"  introduced the past  ��������������������������� week in the    legislature by.. Attorneyr  .General    Bowser.   The    Act    inaugurates a new    departure   in municipal  procedure in British    Columbia,  and,  while its provisions are by no means  as stringent   as    those    of the Local  Government Board  of  Great Britain.  for that purpose the expression or  word 'male"in the Provincial Elections Act shalL be read 'male or female'; and the words 'he' and 'she,'  'as* applied to persons entitled to  vote, shall read 'he' or 'she' and  'his' or "'her'; and all alterations  necessary to carry out the provisions  of this section shall be made in' the  form ' of any document as prescribed  J in that Act."  | Where a female elector's name is  changed in consequence of marriage  after enrollment on any list of voters  it is provided in the amendment that  the registrar of .voters may amend  such list, or cause it to be amended  .accordingly. The Act\shall come into-force on the first day of May, this  year. ;'  which exercises   the strictest  control 7is a student of   men and things can  over all-municipal bodies, yet it proposes    supervision    of  all    municipal  matters by an inspector appointed by  a  municipal  department of the Government.     This inspector of municipalities, whose office shall be attached  to    the    Attorney-General's     department, shall have power to hold public inquiry  into    any  of the  business  of a municipality,    and    his findings,  upon the approval of the Lieutenant-  Governor-in-Council,  shall  be binding  upon    the    officials    of   such    muni-  . ,-' .���������������������������DIGNIFIED  DEMOCRACY  Without intending any reflection upon the' .diplomacy and general. spirit  of the ���������������������������'" men who have occupied the  high office of President of the United  States in the   past    decade, one who  cipalities.  The main provisions of the new Act  are: For    the    establishment   of    the  municipal   department;   supervision of  issue    of   civic    debentures;   appointment  of  inspector    of  municipalities;  police and    license   commissioners in  municipal districts   appointed by the  1/ieutenant-Governor-in-Council;    compulsory  audit of   municipar financesT  Municipal  affairs    to be managed  by  board of    control    at option  of electors; restriction of referendum power;  tax sales cannot    be   canceled    after  ono year; municipalities may only enter into    public   utility   field by permission    of     Lieutenant-Govnrnor-in-  Council;   local    improvements   eliminated    from   Municipal    Act; increased  powers    granted    municipalities;   proposed    by-laws   to    be posted   to all  voters;   annual    financial     statement  must  be    published;    three-fourths  of  property   owners   can    initiate town-  planning scheme.  not help contrasting    the present re ,  gime with that of other occupants of {  the White House   ,in    recent history.  President    Roosevelt   had his good  qualities, but he also possessed qualities that were not so commendable,  and made him somewhat of a despot  in the chief executive chair of the nation.      The big club    was more than  a joke."   President Taft, while a man  of   sterling    qualities   and    brilliant  suavity, if we   may    use   the expression,    proved    a   misfit   as   head   of  and the suavity   of    a   Taft, he has  dared go beyond either of his predecessors, and has taken into theWhite  House a dignified   democracy that is  refreshing    to   witness.     And be declares   straight    from   the    shoulder  that right is might, and he will have,  nothing to do with the commonly accepted   opportunism   of    the present  day.     In his dealings with Mexico in  the present conflict he has forced-the  other world powers   to 'recognize the  justice of the   position he has taken.  More recently he    has   taken a position on the question oi Panama canal  tolls that is certain to win admirers  the world over.      And it is the simple position of    right,  assumed with  the dignity of might.     In a recently  published    letter      President   Wilson  says:      ''With' regard to the question  of canal    tolls,    my    opinion is very  clear.      The exemption  constitutes a  very   mistaken      policy    from   every  point of view.      It   is    economically  unjust; as a   matter of fact, it benefits, for the present at any rate, only  a monopoly,   and   it seems to me in  clear violation of   the    terms of the  Hay-Pauncefoot    Treaty.       There    is  of course,  much    honest difference of  opinion as to the last point, .as there  is, no doubt, as to the others, but it  is at    least   debatable,    and ' if   the  j promises we make, in   such "matters  are debatable, I for   one do not care  to debate' them.     I think the country  would prefer to.let no question arise  as to   its    whole-hearted   purpose to  redeem its   promises   in   the light of  any reasonable    construction of them  rather than debate a point of honor."  And    then    Mr.   Wilson    paid   this  striking tribute to Mr. Bryan,  Secretary of State-a tribute that will be  at once    endorsed   by all   men   who  have watched from an unbiased viewpoint the policy of    Mr.   Bryan,  not  only as Secretary    of    State, but as  monitor of the people's democracy in  the United States for the past fifteen  years:  "Your reference- to    the   Secretary  of-State shows how " comnrehensively  you have, looked on.  during the last  few     months.      Not   only ��������������������������� has   Mr  Bryan's    character,    his   justice,    his  sincerity, ��������������������������� his    transparent' integrity  and his    Christian   principle made a  deep Impression' upon all with whom  | he has dealt, but his tact in dealing  with men of many sorts, his capacity  for business,. his' mastery of the principles of   each   matter   he   has been  called     upon    to   deal    with,     have  cleared away   many    a difficulty and  have given to ,the policy of the State  Department   a<  definiteness   and dignity that "are very admirable.   I need  not say what   pleasure   and   profit I  myself have taken from close association with Mr.    Bryan,    or how thoroughly   he   has   seemed   to all of us  who are associated with him here to  deserve,  not only our confidence, but  our affectionate admiration."  Thursday, February 12, 1914  BAN K of MONTRTEAL  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  Established 1817  Rest, $16,009,0*0  H. V. Meredith, Esq., President  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from |1 upwards, and interest allowed at current TaW  Interest credited^ :J0th June    and 31st December.  | ENDERBY BRANCH A. E; TAYLOR, Manager  J  WE HAVE  JUST RECEIVED A  CAR OF FLOUR AND FEED.WHICH  VE ARE SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES :  1 rice to Members      To non-Members  Sack  PRIDE OF THE PRAIRIE FLOUR. . .  1.55  WHEAT  '.    i.6o  OATS  '      i.3o  BARLEY CHOP   ....'. '.:..t.l'.~:    1.30  BRAN     !.2o  SHORTS      1.30  CARROTS (Red)  :..      .75  TURNIPS    .- *.....".'.'.... ' .75  POTATOES     1.10  IMOTHY HAY  ,*'"..'    ' ... ..    -  Ton  31.50  25.75,  26.00  24.00'  26.00  .15.00  15.00  22.00  17.00  Sack  ? 1.65  1.65  .  i.4e  1.40  1.30  1.40  .75  .75  1.10  Ton  $  33.00  27.00  27.08  ?.') .00  28.00  15.00  15.00  22.00  17.00  THESE PRICES ARE CASH AT WAREHOUSE.  OPEN WEDNESDAY   1ND  SATU F.PAY AFTERNOONS.  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuilding's  Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last:  Ho. '2, 2x4, p������������������r thousand  % 13.190 v"    -  No. 2 Lath, per thousand  .1.75  Short Cord Wood      3^75  OKANApAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.*,  the nation. The regime of both  these men was controlled largely by  the power of might and finance. The  days of the speed limit had begun,  and they were made what they were  by force of circumstances.  In President Wilson, we see a distinctly different type of man. While  he has the    strength    of a Roosevelt  Coffee buns and coffee rolls fresh  each" day at noon, at Joe's. Cakes  ���������������������������to^drde'r^ttrftlPtimei."'  Finest in the Country  ��������������������������� nde#y, }s ������������������ charming Villiage with eity airs.  When Paddv Murphy shook the snow of Sandon '  oft 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 fis  .    hotel the King Edward.   In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10   :  o clock, which is an added attraction for tourists.*  ��������������������������� (Extract from Lowery's Ledjrc.)  King Edward Hotel, k^VRmY Enderby  EXTEND    FRANCHISE TO  WOMEN  An Act  Elections  expressed  servative  tion held  to amend the Provincial  Act in accordance with the  determination of tho Con-  party at the recent conven-  in Victoria, has been intro  duced  in the    Provincial Legislature.  The amending clause grants to  women the right to vote at Provincial elections, and reads:  "The right to vote at elections of  members of the legislative assembly  Is. hereby conferred  upon  women,  and  Syrup of  Linseed,  Licorice  and  Chlorodyne  Nothing better for Coughs,  Colds and Bronchial Troubles.  Pleasant to take; quick to act.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  QUTTON'Q  uEEDp  for garden and farm or������������������ bost  for B.C.soil. Sp������������������>^Catalogue for  solid guar anteo of purity  _     and germination'  Send now fox"Copy free  Sutton fiScns. The Kings Sermon  . A. J. W o ������������������ d w ������������������j r d  *ViV0!!,������������������,' '*'     Vancouver  615 Fort St. 667GranvllleSr.  laid AGENTS POK BRITISH COLUMBIA  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC  Fruit Land H������������������y Land  Town Lot*  The Liverpool & London & Globe hw. 6*  The Phoenix Insurance Go. of London.  London-Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.  Royal Insurance Co.,������������������f Liverpool (Lifo d'ept  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  "     BELL BLOGK.   ENDERBY  CHIT St.  Kn derby  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers fron  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and arc killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.    .  We buy first-hand for spot cash, s������������������  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Cutters and Sleighs  Just received. A stock of cutters  and sleighs; heavy and light. You  can get as good prices and terms of  mo as you can get anywhere. Don't  Bend out of town.     Jas. McMahon.  Keep  your  Warm  A fine line of horse blankets, robes/rugs, suit   cases.     A   good stock pf  heavy and   light    harness always oh hand.     Repairs   promptly <j0ne.  C. RUTHERFORD, Cliff St., Enderby  When your Letter Paper runs low, let  us print the next lot.       Walker Press ������������������&  Thursday, February 12, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS ANP WALKER'S WEEKLY  We have concluded to clean out our entire ������������������|tpc^|^^fy  Goods, tfress Goods apd Ladies' Wear, to ^^^mov  ���������������������������Ifri  a New and Up-to-date Line of Men's F^^i|feft|  '? / 4  ^1  This is the Greatest Opportunity ever offered the Mffift of  ^71  if  ���������������������������V'-Tf  Enderby District to purchase such hi&h-classgroodsat any-  thing like these prices.; We need the room-must have it-  and our  complete line x>f  Pry Goods must fre moved.  -I  ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� >   ������������������i -;j,u  This Sale is GENUINE.    We wish to make a change, and must  move the stoek.    The opportunity is yours; take advantage of it.  Groceries, Dry Goods and Hardware  Enderby, B. C. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 12, 1914  m *i  OF CANADA  Union Bank oi Canada  Money Orders  To transmit money safely and  conveniently there is no cheaper  way than by Money Orders issued  by the Union Bank of Canada.  For $5 and under they cost 3c.���������������������������  $5 to $10, 6c.���������������������������$10 to $30, ioc.���������������������������  $30 to $50, 15c. Payable at any  Branch of any Chartered Bank in  Canada, Yukon excepted, and in  the principal cities of the United  States.  Enderby Branch,      J. W. GILLMAN, Manegsf  A  PROFESSIONAL  B. SKALING, B. A.  1       Formerly of Vaiicouvt-r, B. C.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Bell Blk.-  Enderby, B.C.  ���������������������������G.  L. WILLIAMS ;  Dominion and  Provincial Lund Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H.-W. KEITH.  OIHcc hours:   Forenoon,- 9 to 10:30  Afternoon: 3 to 4  Evunirijr, fi:30 to 7::">  Sunday, by appointment  Otrn:<r. Cor. Cliff and George Sis. ENDKKBY  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.  Enderby Lodge No. <I!i>  rlcgrular meeting first  Thursday on or' after th.  full moon at 8;j. m. ill Qt|d-  Cellows Hall. Visithy.'  brethren cordially invited.  GI'.AHAM ROSOMAN  \V. M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  ^rt^-^r  .. _ ^^-���������������������������.r7"l^.-^-iJ_Eurekii.Uidge, No. 60 .  Mfets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in ITQT  6 F hall. Metcilf block. Visiting brothurs al-  wulcomo. W. H. LOG AN.    N. G.  JAS. MAKTIN, V. G.  K. E. WHKEl.F.K. Sec'y.  GEO. BELLAMY.  Treas.  ways  *&  ENDERBY LODGE  No. 35. K.of P.  Meets every Monday i-vcninx  in K. of P. Hall.    Visitors cordially invitwl lo attend.  T. C. CALDEIi, C. C.  C. K.S THICK LAND, K.R.S.  It. .1,00 l/I'A UT. M.F.  Hall .suitable fnrConcerts. Dances and all public  entertainments.    For raU's. ale., wldrMs,  H.C. CAMPBELL. Enderby  SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH  I  i  I  1  1  i  1  oofe Watelfo  By Wilbur D. Nesbitt  Ho, brother, it's the handclasp and  the good word and the smile  That does the most and helps the  most to make the world worth  while!    .  It's all of us together,  or it's only  you or I���������������������������  A ringing song of friendship, and  heart beats high;  A ringing song of friendship, and a  word or two of cheer,  Then all the world is gladder and  the bending sky is clear!  It's you and I together���������������������������and we're  brothers one and all  Whenever through good fellowship  we hear the subtle call,  Whenever in the ruck of things we  feel the helping hand  Or see the deeper glow that none  but we may understand-  Then all , the world is good to us  and ail is worth the while;  Ho, brother, it's the handclasp and  the good word and the smile !  PARCELS POST RATES  Articles of mail matter acceptable at parcel "post rates include  farm and factory products, merchandise of all descriptions such  as dry goods, groceries, hardware; confectionery, stationery,  seeds," "cuttings, bulbs, roots,  beddinp; plants,. scions or grafts,,  .'and all other matter not included  in the first claas, and not excluded from the' mails by the  general prohibitory regulations  with   respect   to ' objectionable  Visiter  The rates of postage shall,be:  (a) Five cents for the first  pound and 1 cent for each additional pound or fraction thereof,  up to four pounds, and 2 cents  for each subsequent pound up to  eleven pounds within a radius of  twenty miles from the place of  mailing, irrespective of provincial boundaries.  (b) Ten cents for the first  pound and 4 cents for each subsequent pound or fraction there  Daily trains both *vays from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South North  bound STATIONS bound  read down read up  10:30   (Lv)   Sicamous   Jet   (Ar)   18:00  11:01 Mara 17:15  11:15 Grindrod 16:59  11:29 Endorby 16:44  11:55 Armstrong 16:15  12:03 Realm 16:07  12:12 Larkin 15:55  12:40 Vernon 15:30  137.0 (Ar)      Ok.  Landing     (Lv) 15:15  H. W. BRODIE JNO.BURNHAM  Gen. Pas. Agt. Agent  Vancouver Enderby  No matter how much exaggerated,  praise is always nearer the truth  than abuse.  of, for all points in thTProvince  in v/hich a parcel is posted, outside of the twenty-mile radius.  (c) Ten cents for the first  pound and 6 cents for each additional pound or fraction thereof,  for all points outside the Province  in which a parcel is posted/and  beyond the twenty-mile radius,  with an additional charge of 2  cents a pound for each Province  that has to be crossed to the destination of the parcel, not including the Province in which it is  to be delivered up to a maximum  of 12 cents a pound.  An. additional charge to meet  the extra cost of transportation  will be made on parcels addressed  to or posted at offices in certain  outlying districts when such parcels have to be conveyed more  than 100 miles by a continuous  stage service,  The charge on any parcel shall  not be greater than 1 cent an  ounce,  The method of finding the rate  on any parcel under the new parcels post system will be extreme  ly simple. Rate cards will be  furnished to all postmasters and'  for distribution to the public,  there being a separate card for  each province. On this card is  given the amount of the postage  chargeable on any parcel up to a  weight of eleven pounds within  the province in which a parcel .is  posted, and to all the other pro;-  vinces of the Dominion.  When a. parcel is mailed, the  postmaster sees from the address  the province to which, it has to  be carried, and a glance at his  card shows him, without making  any calculations, what the postage will be. It is not necessary  that he should know the geographical position within the 20-  mile radius, as all the information he requires is on the card.  Arrangements are being made  to put the new parcels post system into operation on February  10th. Parcels containing intoxicating liquors or explosives ar.e  expressly prohibited. Franking  of parcels post packets is not allowed. Parcels containing eggs,  fish, meat and other perishable  =goods"or^ra"gile^artiCles7"cahhW  be insured. All parcels must be  prepared for mailing in such  manner that the contents can be  easily examined.  During the organization period,  including February, March and  April, an additional fee of five  cents prepaid in postage stamps  -will:be_charged-for-iea'ch-parcel  mailed for local delivery in places  where the letter-carrier system  is in operation, while during that  time no parcel weighing more  than six pounds will be accepted.  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  We can supply  your every want  in  Loggers'Supplies  Camp Outfits  Stoves  Tinware  Graniteware  Our aim is to have  what you want  at prices that are  RIGHT  mmm M^Mmrn^m th i ���������������������������#%  CofuliliuxQ.  Poultry Cuts of all breeds  for use on stationery and  other printing SSiS^  OVER  68 YEARS'  EXPERIENCC  'ATENTS  Tnadc Marks  Design*  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone.aendtng a jketch and dosor.lptton may  qtfloltly aaflflrtain our opinion free whether an  UivanMon 1b protmWy patentable.  Comuiunlca-  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'IfJBOOK on'atsaU  or*     UB&   M  tftdal nctltt, without oh,arco, In the  MongatrlaUy confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent  tint froe. Oldest neoncy foriMurLfiepuUMiu.  Fatoats taken through Muun A Co. reoelTe  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lflnrert efa-  oulaltoa ot any scientific journal. Tarini tor  Canada, U8.7& a y������������������ar, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newgdealan.  MU.NN & Co.3������������������,B'������������������tay: New M  BiWb Olflco. B25 F St., Washington, D. C.  O  Remember the date of Mr. Taube's  visit to Reeves' Drug Store, on Friday sfternoon, Feb. 20th, and Saturday, till 4 p.m., and if there is any-  tbing wrong with your eyesight do  not fail to consult him.  Attracts Attention  Classified Want Ada. are always  noticed. They are' read with  Interest by intelligent people  who are on the look-out for  favorable opportunities to fill  their requirements. Whether  your business be large or small  the Classified Want Columns  will kelp you.  "*        I  ' -f        1  Get your bread tickets at Joe's.  ���������������������������    {i f  $J  r  Thursday, February 12, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  \\\  i*  ������������������  GILLETT'S LYE  EATS DIRT  '"HiatroacoeiHiNG-ruii. oimction* ipM  TORONTO ONT.  "Breeding for Sex" Has Developed  Beyond Experimental Stage  ��������������������������� One of the most valuable contribu-.' financial stringency, and that money  tions to poultry literature on the, is still comparatively tight,' said a  breeding for sex question appears in ��������������������������� financial man recently from the East,  tfie official   organ   of the British In-, "but  I think and find   that most   peo1  ORDER NOW,  i   t  WHITE WYANDOTTES and Buff Orpingtons, reliable laying strains, $2  per setting of 15 eggs.  Bll'ACK MINORCAS,  S.  C,  $1.50 per  setting of 15.  WHITE LEGHORNS' S.O.,   $1.50 per  setting.  S.Q.   BROWN LEGHORNS-The birds  composing   this -flock .were bought  f^orn H. E.    Waby. .    We now own  this well-known strain entirely7  At the recent Okanagan Poultry  Show at Vernon, the exhibits of this  strain swept the board in their class,  capturing 1st cock, 1st coc'-:wi, lat  2nd and 3rd hen, 1st pen and special;  only,,six birds shown.  .-Prices  :per , setting' exhibition gjbd  "laving? strains . on .aiiplica-  pedigree  .cation,   g, it  t   i\-'   ri 'z  -  A  ' We 'have ^r/cently"^imported "lome,  e.w blood. from' a' well-known brof der'  nlthe/ states.- *A" few good 'S.Of'BrT  jeghorn,-cockerels for sale.   -   ���������������������������     -?,  eC      - .  Apply, ���������������������������Capt/ Cameron or    <?. - F."  Biggie, /  w GAINFORD RANCH,  Enderby, !;.C'  Don't   delay!      Firstt come,     iiist  served. '". ' ���������������������������'  REGULATIONS  SYNOPSIS Of COAL  e  Goal mining rights of the Dominion  in,Manitoba,*" Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, thc  Northwest 9Territories and ��������������������������� a portion  . of the_province _of_ Briti_Bh__Cplumb_ia,  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 which rights ..applied for, are  situated. .  In surveyed territory the land must  be ()escribed by^ sections, or legal  - sub-divisions "of-sections, and-i'n-un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each- application must be acconr^"  panied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied ,for> are  not ,'available, but not otherwise'. ' A  royalty shall be paid, on'' the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate,of five cents per ton. i '7  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 thcrccon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal min-  . ing rights only, but the leasee may-be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working: of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full ^information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. Wi CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  far.  The Enderby Growers' Association  is prepared to supply seeds to its  members, as Central is preparing to  fill orders to locals.  tensive Poultry League, "Eggs," of  Aug. 13th, from the pen of Mr. Oscar  Smart, Sunbury-on-Thames, who in  "Science Jottings" gives very important details of experimental tests  conducted during the past five years..  These are entitled to careful consideration, and will be welcomed by  poultry breeders.  It is explained that the reason why  one egg produces a' male and another  a female is really due to the ova of  the hen being of two kinds, one containing a male determinant and this  factor being absent from the other.  From breeding tests carefully conducted.'on scientific lines it has been  -found that^ of chickens bred from a  dozen hens the proportion erf,the sexes  in the case of each individual hen  differs from the-others, and this difF  ererice remains ' unchanged, however  the hens may be mated. This proves  not only that sex is inherited from'  the female, but that there is great  variation between different hens in  the transmission of sex.  Mr. Smart   instances/one Buff Orp-.  ington hen    that    never bred a male  bird,    while   a    number    of     other  hens always bred cockerels. ���������������������������  A' con  sideration of these facts, it is urged,  plainly   shows   that   it will be comparatively easy to produce more pullets than cockerels if a proper course  "of-selection   is     resorted to.       The  practice of ringing their chickens with  numbered rings    and "of trap nesting  adopted by many^oi our poultrymen,  will make it easy to assert positively  the hen   from _ which each was -bred,;  and breeders' should.be in"*the"*foftu-;  nate' positidn7;of ,,->being , <able   -to'  "breeds for ^sex'':-iir-.a-*manner,.prob-t'  ably-lnVer/before.Jattemptedfvf; 'If. one'  or/'more hensTare. .foundyproducing,a  hign* percentage-of- females -the"pullets'  'll������������������e> f  ���������������������������* ,   -     J^     ���������������������������"���������������������������/������������������*    * - _������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������� -v'4_  shojild' ' be': selected from 'those hens1  XhVv/ing^theyhighestjpefcentases,,7and'  these^alone. used ras a foundation' for^  new "stock."'' '.The lact is wisely em-'  phasized that 'the "deciding "sex fac-  tor" rests alone with the female,.and  the male need not .be considered in  respect to pullet, breeding.  Each year the (course of selection  must be. followed'-'"-most rigidlyf with  the fixed determination to breed 'only'  from the-best" 'for the purpose, not  overlooking ^the ' .iaying- propensities  OI* ?Ach. particular hen, and thus improving the egg production generally'  of the 'flock kept. . \     . *  'Generally speaking, the' English'"  poultrymen are"-agreed , that colony,  houses are by far the most profitable  method of providihg-sheiteFTor "the  flocks.^ The' allowing of_ flocks" of  fowl'to congregate'around' the hou'se-  doors-year-aftpr^yeurr-and-to^occupy  any old outbuilding, chickens being  hatched from immature stock at all  seasons of .the year, is mainly responsible for most of the failures .reported, and the poor grade of eggs  .and fowl sent-to market.- Since he  has adopted the colony house system,  and spread his flocks of fowl about  hisfarm ;(away_ from the house and  farm buildings) one Dorset farmer  says his stock has wonderfully improved in vigor and egg production,  whilst" the chickens raised from these  hens and moved from month to  month to fresh ' pastures;haye made  splendid growth and given-no* trouble  While other farmers have complained  of shortness of eggs, this farmer's  supply was well maintained. It is  unwise, however, to let more than 40  fowls to the acre on grass, and if  colony houses to hold about 40 are  wisely used, no loss of pasture will  be felt, "and immunity from disease  will be conspicuous if the house is  regularly cleaned out. The^house  used, 8ft by 12ft and 6ft high, will be  the average size for flocks of this  number, and should allow about two  square feet of floor space.  pie think with me, that nineteen-  fourteen will be the biggest year in  the history of Canada. Although  the country has passed through a  period of stress, every sign points to  an easing of ,the,. situation. The  banks are beginning to loosen up  and I am certain that legitimate  business will not be impeded in any  way. The branch banks are getting  word from head office that .they may  proceed cautiously: ^toward financing  legitimate propositions, and I think  thai you in British' Columbia will,  soon notice the difference. / Personally, I believe that the stringency-  was one of the 'best things that could  have happened, although it caused'  considerable' temporary embarrass-'  ment. It has driven out the wildcatter, and this alone " will. do the',  country erormous, good."  WILL STOP CIGARETTE SALES  Ottawa, Feb. ,3.���������������������������Andrew Broder, ofj  Dundas, believes that cigarette smoking is a pernicious habit and one  which should be eradicated from the1  life of the -Canadian youth. It, is,  therefore, his ^intention at an, early  date to move ;fo'r -legislation which  will prevent'the manufacture, importation or sale of that form of smoking. Mr. Eroderybelieves in'striding  at the1 root of an evil, and'he is  aware-that no,*- legislation will "stop  the use of cigarettes ."if 'permission is  not refused to '.manufacture 'and im-  :port.? - Richard'^Blain'of'Peeira few  years 'ago moved- for -similar legisla-  ;tion"'but'-his,intentions,'did not crysy  talizc-into lav/r* -Miv Broder" .believes.  th'atJlegislationr along'- the" linesl'prp,%  posed, is" not-only ^desirable but'feas-  -ibleX1"" ,���������������������������'.i^s^7^,v"'?f;'^"a,Vi't;^'I-���������������������������*-H���������������������������,,'-  - J.An' amendment'; to-theyM'lk Act is'  now'before 'the- Provincial- legifdat'irj'  [to*"authorize -'every municipality^ to  enact by-laws, fixingythc'-stahdaid* jor  butter-fat-and -' totatf's'bl'd j o'f'mii'c  sold in such' municipality, but "sotting  as .tho . minimum ." for** milk''sold; inhuman'consumption, *-three!iand one-,  quarter per cent of; ;milk-"fat,. and  eight and' one-half . per; cent of rnlk  solids other than fat.V    ~~ ���������������������������* "''       :   ,  IILXQH  STRINGENCY LOOSENING  UP  ��������������������������� While there is every reason to believe that the financial stringency is  liable to be felt more or less acutely  for some months yet, there are indications that the worst of it is over  and that from now on we shall see a  gradual return to normal financial  and commercial conditions "There  is no' denying that   there has been a  anc  Ul  Your dreams of hearing the musicyou want  when you want it have been realized by the  pgrap  When a few friends drop in and conversation lags, you.  need Edison Music. When you are alone you want E'Jisdn, .  1 music. When you desire a particular piece played or sung 1  . by a particular artist you can have it," at once, on the Edison. >'  >t The -strong, steady motor cf-thc -. ought !o hear them today at your Ed-V;  Edison is  always dependable.   The >   json .dealer's.    The 1  diamond reproducing point_enhances 'f   m quality.   ,/       .,  the wonders of the thousands of beau- , _'  , -      J^^T**  tiful 'affections.    The  new types  of       "   *^^^^ trade  > homiest inotrumeV.ts���������������������������the Amberola  ��������������������������� ^^\Qr ���������������������������' 'jfS .C*j*  ���������������������������are phonographs de luxe and you   ^^JHC7HCU> \Jv CCS ^  ���������������������������Edison Phonographs and Records'aie sold by  The tone  is constant "v  MARK  VrtVilm*  ENDERBY MUSJe^STOBE . ,  Beh Block       .    '-'",      SJ- E-lPrane: Pi;pprietoy'-7 & 7  -'���������������������������QA  v-.v 1  'J?  "������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������:  <��������������������������� ' I ������������������,  ft..  *-    -I  vf.*f)r I  j^Z>~-r 'V^ii  7- ������������������r-i V  ** *V  r      ������������������3^  I  "    S\  "',o7"':*i7yf  "JJ  .  ���������������������������v_.M  ������������������������������������������������������UT  ^  -  .  i!     r r  *       '      ���������������������������    5  ,  T    V    .  ^r.  l'*   7  1.  ", ft,  \ m  f'Ji.:  Eighty-five , .'per'1 cent" of vhcad.y.ches.  are "caused ' through, eyestrain, so if  you are troubled that 'way do not'  fail to consult Mr.' S. L. Taube,- at  Reeves' Drug Btore, on Friday after-;  noon, Feb. 20th," till-Saturday 4, p.m.  Feb.;21st.,. -���������������������������"',"'*'. _ _  MAY rriwiw  Canada's favorite Comedienne.      \ , >-....'  ^^^^Oheiof thc^Ieading^omedienncs^of^the-American^stage-tc^ayria^Iay^rwinf^  a daughter of Canada.   In these days of Ibsen plays with their dull dreary pea-r  eimism; of problem plays-portraying the' morbid pathology of the emotions; of  society plays with their whipped cream of forced epigram on the pulpy base of  a thin plot; and of melodrama that puts a dime novel into the dress-suit of res- .  pcctability, it is a relief to turn'to something that gives us a hearty wholesome  laugh and leaves no bad flavor in the mouth, no later regret.   Laughter is ono  of the safety valves of civilization, it is a needed vent in an age of strenuous living; and a genuine apostle of laughter is May Irwin. <   -  Her,power is her personality, her naturalness, her spontaneity; her bubbling  contagious good spirits establishing a telepathic sympathy with her audience '  which;.creates a continuous ripple'of fun and laughter that defies analysis. ; _^���������������������������  The daughter of Robert E. Campbell, Miss Irwin acknowledges that.shc'waa  born in 1802���������������������������"tho' she doesn't look it" of course���������������������������in Whitby, Ont., where she  spent her early girlhood. At thc age of eight she was a soprano in thc church choii  of her native village and sahg at every, opportunity and with the slightest provocation, as naturally as a bird sings,���������������������������without a Marchesi training. At thirteen  thc death of her father threw upon 'her and her sister Flora the duty of money-  making, and they made their debut as singers in Buffalo, N.Y. They were billed  as the "Irwin Sisters," unknown to them, and accepted the name. They sang  "Sweet Genevieve" for their first song; Flora fainted after it was over but May  valiently faced the audience for an eucoro with the coolness of a veteran.  Engagements in other citie* followed quickly on the western circuit, and  their third season found them at Tony Pastor's in New_ York at eighty dollars  a week.   Seven years of this engagement where improvising was often necessary  and the roles ranged from a bab������������������ in arms to a grandmother, gave Miss Irwin a .  Rldemell Orchard Mara B C\    confidence that has never forsaken her, despite her statement that she cannot  ! .    ^L^u'-u u,-h.cij a.jJ.v. j    tflke hef initia, cue afc any performanCe without a little qualm of uncertainty  and fear of the audience. , Augustin Daly who had a keen eye for new talent,  -List it-with me.  If voir want' to  buy land, see me.  ���������������������������   My 'n������������������w booklet dexcriptive of tho Mam Di*  rrict is now di'it.   GET   ONE.  Chas. W.'Little  Norman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  her with two sons���������������������������her loving comrades and tho pride of her life.  Enteredaccoidlng to Act ot the Pirlnmeat of Cuftd*. Is tb* year 1005, bj W. C. Mack, at 0>e Dejaitmeat of Agriculture  Plans and estimates VV.  U*.   r 4iL*.Lr  Furnished  Dealer in Windows,  Doors, Turnings,  aind'all l factory    work.   Rubberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  New Up-to-Date Shop, on  Russell St., west of Vernon  Enderby.   ,: ��������������������������� ,.,    i   ���������������������������  id Ssiral Biaolsiiiii  We represent S. C. SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell  Street Enderby.  It will cost you j iist  third of a cent a pound  to have  your  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS THE ENDERBY PRESS AN������������������ WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 12,    14  City Council Decides to Replace  Naughty Guy Pole at City's Expense  The regular meeting of the City  Council was held Monday evening,  the Mayor and all members present.  The question of paramount interest  which was to be decided was that of  replacing the guy-pole removed from  the Salmon Arm road by the old  council, and as to whether the new  council would, stand firm for the enforcement of the City's rights, or  give way before the veiled bluff of  Manager Dobie and put the City to  the expense of replacing the pole.  Prior to thc reading of the minutes  Dr. Keith was called to give the  council some information with reference to Miss Carlson's condition. He  explained that he had been instructed  by the former council to make some  arrangements for her care with Mrs.  Johnson, with whom she came to  Enderby from the Northwest. The  rate was to be ?30 per month. He  had received letters from the Tran-  quille Sanitarium management which  showed clearly that they did not  want to take her in there, and there  seemed to be little probability of the  City being shortly relieved of the  financial burden.  The minutes of the previous meeting  were read and adopted. The opening  of tenders for furnishing the City  Hall with 20 cords of 4-foot wood  was thc first business arising out of  the minutes. The tender of A. V.  Evans at $3.50 per cord was first  opened; F. C. Duuwoodie, at $3.00,  Percy Rosoman. $3.00; and Thos.  Wilkinson, at $3.50 for green, and $4  for dry.  It was moved by Aid. Grant, seconded by Aid. Dill that the tender of  Mr.  Dunwoodie be accepted.   Carried. I  The committee appointed to report  on the matter of guy-pole removal  on Salmon Arm road, at the last  meeting, did so verbally. " They had  not been able to find the stump of  the pole left in the ground, nor any  evidence that there had ever been  -'���������������������������'dead-man" buried to support the  pole. The Constable was called on  and he���������������������������'stated that the guy-wire was  not attached to-any "dead-man" but  ran from the top of the guy-pole .to  thc trunk-line pole.  After a long, discussion, in which  the fear of legal complicatioas ap ;  peared uppermost in the minds of all  thc members, it was moved by Aldermen Murphy and Grant that the  Clerk be instructed to notify the telephone company that the City would  bear the cost of replacing a guy-pole  as thc former pole was placed unattached to any "dead-man." Carried.  The following letter was read from  Mr. A. Fulton.'  .Enderby, B. C, Feb. 9, 1914  Enderby City Council; re. defunct  Enderby Board, of Trade:  Gentlemen: I wish to bring to  your attention the fact that I hold a  receipt for $190, which the above organization still owes to me; this being a balance of a $300 loan which  was received from me in 1912.   L_alS-������������������-want to I%ce_ beforc_you_the.  cimimstanccs under which this loan  was made: In October, 1912, a petition was signed by the ratepayers  representing about 90 per cent of the  taxable property in the city askinr  the council to place a special tax on  them to raise the sum of $3,000, to  be spent by tne Board of Trade in  conjunction .with" the City Council for  publicity -puri>ot;csr TftrBoaTcTof  Trade -at that time had been reorganized and was a live institution  with about 130 members. in view  of the money being forthcoming, it  was felt that the opportunity of be-  'ng represented at thc Valley Apple  Show being held at Vernon should  not be neglected, but owing to not  having the funds on hand at that  time it was impossible to do so unless    the money could be borrowed.  A very representative meeting of  the Board of Trade was hold in the  City Hall and it was decided to accept the offer which I had made to  lend the Board $300, on the following  conditions: Mr. Packhnm was to  handle the show, giving his time  gratis, which he did to the satisfaction of all concerned. The money  which was received by him from the  sale of the apples was refunded to  me by Mr. Packhnm, being $110. The  balance it was agreed at the meeting  above referred to, was to be secured  to  me  by  a note   for    three   or   four  months at 8 per cent. This note  wis never given, and I am unaware  of a meeting of the Board of Trade  having been called or held since that  datd  I know that the City Council is not  responsible for this debt, but it does  seem to me that if ratepayers representing about 90 per cent of the taxable property were willing to spend  $3000 on advertising, they certainly  do not want one member of the community to be "stung** for $200 in  order to carry out their wishes.  Under these  circumstances,  I think  the City Council   is justified in paying this bill.  Awaiting your reply, I remain,  Yours sincerely,  A. FULTON.  The facts related in this letter were  unfamiliar to   some of the Aldermen.  After some   discussion,    Aid. Murphy  asked Mr. Walker,   a   member of the  Board at the   time,   if he could give  the Council any light on the subject.  Mr. Walker stated    that he was as  iaraiiiar    with  the    facts   as   others  present.     Mr.  Fulton had stated all  there was to be known in connection  with the loan spoken of.     There was,  however,   some    facts in   relation to  the matter   which    had not been put  before the council.     Last year, when  the 1913 council   made its appropriations for the   year,   thc sum of $800  was set aside for publicity purposes.  When   this   appropriation, was made  it was made for the express purpose  of cleaning    up   the   indebtedness incurred by the   Board,    and this balance  due Mr. Fulton was taken into  account when the   $800 appropriation  was made.      This   was not the only  account that the council would have  to deal with; there was an amount of  $250 or so due the Vernon News, and  another of $185 due the publishers of I  Heaton's   Annual,     besides     smaller  amounts,, all of   which    were covered  by last ,.year's    appropriatioa.       No  doubt,    if   the   Clerk    were asked 'he  could   produce    the    minutes   oi   one  council showing the appropriation.  'The-;minutes were produced, and by  way, of . explanation. Clerk Rosoman  said that out of this amount of $800  $230 had been used' to publish one  issue,of the Board of Trade'" Journal.  Other expenditures for other purposes  had absorbed the balance of the appropriation.  In view of these facts Mr. Fulton's  letter was laid over until the other  accounts mentioned had come forward.  Mr. A. Paul appeared before thc  council to bring up again the matter  of Presbyterian water rate, and requested a further cut in the bill disposed of at the last meeting. The  amount of the account in the first  place was $19.90, in full for the past  year together with the regulation  arrearage charge. At the last meeting the council considered they were'  not jub-tified in giving any reduction  on the regular monthly charge of  .$__ j*!-g-Pi1 ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������r.eJ-UC(i(1..the _pJJL t������������������-?A.8,_.by_,  mmmi^f^M&mmmx&mmmmmmm  r.~.  Bankrupt Stock  We have bought a bankrupt  stock of Millinery, which we  are sacrificing* on FRIDAY,  Feb. 13th, at ridiculous prices  COME AND  SEE   US  I Courtenay  wtmrnsmmmsmssmim.  allowing the arrearage charges to be  deducted. It was brought out in  the discussion following Mr. Paul's  request, that this is the first water  rate the Presbyterian church has  been asked to pay since the church  was erected, Up to two years ago,  the churches paid no water rate.  Then with the advent of church ,awn  Md flower~gardehr thT~riite7vas fixed'  the same as a private dwelling. In  the matter of thc Presbyterian church  rate, Rev. Mr. Campbell paid it out  of his own pocket up to thc time of  his resignation a year ago. Thc rate  for the past year has been charged  to the church hoard. The request  was for a reduction, without naming  any amount. It was moved by  any amount. At the last meeting  of the council the bill was disposed  of by Aldermen Grant and Dill mov-  ng a reduction to the actual charge  per month. It was moved by Aldermen Dill and Robinson that the bill  for $18 be cut in half.     Carried.  Thc water rate to the public school  was fixed at $G per month by the  council.  The clerk was instructed to pay the  electric light bills and the telephone  rate before the 15th of the month.  The finance committee recommended  the payment of the following sums:  Crehan, Motiat    &    Co., audit  fees   $     50.00  Bank of Montreal, coupons...'. 210.00  Union Bank of Canada,   '���������������������������'' 75.00  Bank of Montreal      ' "      ...f 30.00  A. Gunter, coupon  >  7:5'.00  Union Bank, coupon   90.00  Okanagan"Telephone Co  14.25.  Jas. F.  Johnson, acct. asses. 50.00  Board  School Trustees. " 320.00  T. Kneal, wages'  3.30  Union Bank,    coupons   285.00  Bank Montreal, coupon ....'  ' 50.00  J. Folkard, wages   17.00  Robinsoni wages'  .'  1.80  W." Keith  .-  13.70  E. Best,' police dept  '    9.25  McPhcrson,    fixtures   1.55  T. W. Pearse, gov. agt  2.00  Wm. H. Cullin, King's printr Y.50  H. G. Mann, lights, etc  24.75  A.  Reeves, stationery   4.00  Knights of Pythias, hall Tent 5.00  W.   J. Woods, supplies   6.C  W. H." Flack, wages   44.2  W. G. Pell, supplies ..'.  1.7  Okanagan  Saw Mills,  lighting 69.1  Okanagan��������������������������� Telephone Co  6.4  Geo. Bell, refund on taxes ... 4.3  Okanagan Saw Mills   3.7  G. Rosoman, cash disbursed... ?).2  T.  H.  R.  A.'  E.  from  5c a roll  up  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  FOR SALE���������������������������One mare, weight about   120.0;_onc.7_colt,7_ycarling;Tone, good;  work horse, weight 1300.     Address,  C, Walker Press. j29-4t  FOR SALE���������������������������Two large lots, bearing  orchard;  5-room   cottage, chicken  houses    and     outbuildings; corner  Stanley and    High  streets, Apply,  J. A. Miller, city. 3t  FOR SERVICE ��������������������������� Pedigreed White  Yorkshire boar, "Enderby Lad,"  Apply, 1'. Waft, Murphy's ranch,  End? .'."by  Not the ordinary kinds, but the popular "EMPIRE"  Papers, Cretonnes, Borders, Friezes, Etc. We have  the Spring samples in, and ask your inspection. There  is nothing that will add so much to the comforts of the  home. - Real quality, artistic finish, harmonious blending, beautiful shades.    COME AND SEE THEM.  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE    J. E. Crane, Prop.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������-+-������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ + ������������������������������������������������������  EYESIGHT  We have made arrangements with the TAUBE OPTICAL CO.,  of Vancouver and Calgary, for their Eyesight Specialist  MR. S. I_. TAUBE  [who has had forty-two years' experience in the Optical business]  I FRIDAY, FEB. 20th .gff &  If thore is anything wrong with your Eyesight,  do not fail to consult him  All work is guaranteed absolutely as tested  A. Reeves' Drug Store, Enderby  =E9&  MRS. PARADIS, Dress Making Parlor, Cliff street, second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices. Work promptly  executed.  185-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.  ���������������������������v������������������  SHI P ������������������OU#  &*  ^  sSBpa  o^-Kfea  ���������������������������Ss^    ������������������"*  00 TOUR FDR BUSINESS DIRECT with the largest house In the World  dealing exclusively (n AMERICAN RAW FURS  Get "More Money" for your FURS  SHIP YOUR FURS TO "SHUBERT"  a reliable���������������������������responsible��������������������������� safe���������������������������Fur House with an unblemished reputation existing for "more than a quarter of a century," a long successful record of sending Fur Shippers prompt���������������������������SATISFACTORY  AND PROFITABLE returns. Write for "������������������6e feljufitrt Shipper,"  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.  Write for it-NOW-ifs FREE  An cut trprt i��������������������������������������������� 25-27 west austin ave.  . D. JftUPlllV 1 , inC. Dcpt. 532 CHICAGO.U.S.A.  (  \\  I  I  i  r SUPPLEMENT ENDERBY PRESS  SUDTNG  ROYALTY  SCALE  Through a conference between the  Minister of Lands and representatives of the lumber interests of the!  Province held during the pnst week, j  nt Victoria, nrrnngements satisfactory to both parties and incorporating ideas from either side has been  arrived at. As to royalties, a sliding scale will be established, rising  from the present rate of 50c per M.  to n point in proportion to the prospective increase in the retail price of  lumber. On the point of tenure it  is understood thai the term of forty  years has been agreed to.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION  Notice is hereby given that the  partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, as contractors in the city of Enderby, has  been this day dissolved by mutual  consent.  All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to Herman Gildemeester, nt Knderby aforesaid, and all claims against the said  partnership are to be presented to  the said Herman Gildemeester, by  whom thc same will be settled, and  who will continue the business.  Dated at Enderby, this 26th day of  January A.D. 1914.  DOWNHAM & GILDEMEESTER.  CITY OF ENDERBY  NOTICE is hereby given that the  first sitting of the Annual Court of  Revision of the Municipality of the  City of Enderby for the year 1914  will be held at the City Hall, Enderby, on Monday, the 2nd day of March  1914, at 8 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of hearing and determining  complaints against the assessment  as made by the Assessor, and revising and correcting tne assessment  roll.  Any person complaining against the  assessment must give notice in writing to the Assessor of the ground of  his complaint at least 10 days before  the date of the said first sitting of  the Court of Revision.  Dated at the City Hall, Enderby,  this 31st day of January, 1914.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.   .  vr cuB������������������uor.pnsfaa  JOHN OLIVER HOBBIES  The Literary Life of Mrs. Cralglo.  The brightest, wittiest and keenest of contemporary writers is Mrs, Craigie,  better known to the world of letters as John OliverHobbcs. Her specialty is human  nature; she delights to r;viseet humanity as a whole, to put somo poor struggling  emotion under the microscope of her investigation and study it as JBinet would a  bacterium. The results of her findings are delivered in epigrams, clear, crisp,  cynical at times, but always clever, bhe stimulates thought in her readers; she  irritates at times, arouses antagonism, challenges opposition, but she forces attention. The threads of her destiny unite her to the Lnited States by birth and ancestry, to England by adoption and education, and to Canada by marriage, beini;  the daughter-in-law of Ernest Craigie of Montreal. Born in Beaton in 1867,  daughter of John Morgan Richards, now one of tho wealthiest druggists in London, she came from an ancestry of four Puritan divines on one side and a line of  Tory politicians On the other, her great grandfather being a member of the Halifax Parliament long before the Declaration of Independence.  When a child of three she was taken on the usual tour through Europe, the  beginning of her many travelling experiences. At a very early age she showed  preliminary symptoms of her appetite for literature in her unsatiable reading of  the books of others, and in attempting to add her fow drops to the ocean of literature. At nine she received a prize for a story "Lost, a Dog," contributed to Dr.  Joseph Parker's paper "The Fountain," but did no serious literary work until  after her marriage. She was educated at University College, London, and took  later courses in Rome and Paris, reoeiving much of her training at the Royal  Academy of Music.  W!i. n only nineteen she was married to Reginald Walpolo Craigie of tho Bank  of England, and her brief and unhappy matrimonial experience was terminated  in 1S05 by a divoreo in which her young son was given into her custody. With  him she went to the beautiful homo of her parents, a delightful, solid, old-fashioned  mansion at Lancaster Gate, one of tho fino residential soetions of London, No  house in tlio English metropolis gathers within, its-hospitable walls a greater  number of famous people, tho dinner-parties often consisting of forty or fifty  guests and running thu spectrum of attainment in all phases, In this congenial  and inspiring atmosphero Mrs. Craigie has blossomed Into fuller power.  Her literary output, though in a doaen or more books is slight after all in  volume, but in individuality, intrinsic value, piquancy and force, have-given  thr.ir author worid fame. Mrs. Craigie is slight, of a girlish figure and a face eloquent with an inner brightness and intensity, a complexion singularly fair, boauti������������������  fill dark hair and largo black eyes.  Emerod. kcuhUlc to Act of t;u Piuliamcnt ofConadBL, U 11.0 y������������������r 1005, by W, C. Mick, at lao Deputnontof Axruutturt

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