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Array Enderby, B.C., April 23, 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 7; No. 8; Whole No. 320  News in Brief of Enderby and  District of Interest Far and Near  May 24th is drawing' nearer.  Church parade  of Oddfellows next  Sunday morning.  Mrs. and Miss Cobb will leave for  England on the 7th of May. .  Mr.   and   Mrs.    J.   F.    Pringle" of"  Armstrong,  visited   Enderby on Friday. ;  The engagement of Miss Sibyl Salt  ~ and Mr. W. B., Gosnell has been announced.  Mr. F. R. Prince returned from a  business trip.vto > the Northwest on  Saturday.  S. G. Salt, H. G.    Davies and Jas.  McMahon are the   last to add automobiles to .their pleasures. <--  ...   'Miss "Stark returned from Kelowna  this week.    .She    will leave Enderby  ��������������������������� on. the 9th of May for England.   r  Mr. and Mrs.  J. W.' James came in  -   from; the coast on Tuesday, and have  taken up"'their residence at Glen'Mar ji  " IThe vUnion" Bank has' -recently installed "a 'teller's cage that, adds materially to the"appearance.of the interior: .   7               ,'   7    :'   _-7"fv.'  .The leading   leghorn   pens    on the  Barnum Poultry Ranch are headed by  ..fowls from"   Tancerd's famous strain,  New York."  Mrs. Collison and children arrived  at Mara this week from the Old  Country, and are i visiting" Mr. and  Mrs. Fred Dean. -   " ���������������������������  On Thursday evening, April 30th,  there will be a performance of PattiT  son's "Lay of-the Last Minstrel" in  the Parish Room at 8.15 p.m.  The church parade last Sunday  morning by the B. C. Horse and Boy  Scout troops, was well attended by  the members of both organizations.  Parish of Enderby; t second Sunday  after Easter: Mattins and Holy Communion at   Mara,   10.30   a.m.; even-  =song"-at���������������������������Grindrodf^-pfmfj^evensong-  at Enderby, 7.30 p.m.  The Okanagan Saw Mills will start  the season's cut this morning. It was  intended to start the saws Monday  morning, but the start had to be delayed owing to unforseen obstacles.  Mr. F. Hassard is installing an  electrical plant on his farm home,  the dynamo . arriving _this week. He  hopes to have all connections made  and the juice turned on in a few days  Sir William Whyte, at one time  first vice-president of the C.P.R., and  ono of Canada's most respected "big'  men, financially and otherwise, died  after a brief illness in California last  week.  H.F . Flewwelling has taken a portion of the Poison store building and  is establishing an exclusive feed business. His first carload of oats and  a mixed carload of feed arrived this  week.  It is apparent from the disinterestedness oi the business people and  citizens generally, that Enderby's annual, celebration of May 24th will be  allowed to go by default this1 year.  Just one month more.  Ex-Mayor Ruttan returned from  Fort Fraser on Thursday last and is  this week putting his Enderby business into shape to enable him' to return to the great northern camp as  early as possible next week.  On Thursday (to-night) the Rev. C.  Reed will lecture on the Life History  of the Green Fly, or aphis, in the  Parish Room at 8.15 p m. Everyone  welcome, especially those having an  interest in garden work and fruit  culture.  The Enderby Tennis Club has its  courts in shape for playing, and it is  hoped to begin" the first series of  games about the 1st of May. The  club building has been painted and  decorated and three court's' will be  played over this season.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fravel left for  Edmonton Wednesday evening where  .Mr. Fravel takes charge of the sales  end of the-E. & M. Lumber Company.  Clarence Fravel - returns to Enderby  to take charge of the'" shipping de:  partment-of the Okanagan Saw Mills  in, which he was employed before going to the Northwest" a month or two  ago.        s       -     '    __        ,' '.-, " -    '  "Business men .of .-Enderby:1 Wake  up ! Get together !" - The merchants'  association, organized "a- year, ago,  hasn'7 .held" ayme'etingiri months,-and  hasn't ^collected -its---fees or-paid-its  bills'since organization."; These are.  bald facts, that ;should .not be told  we will admit; .-but' the longer they  areyco^eredJup.J;he:.less effort there is  "made to remedy conditions. '  Mr. F.- Pyman returned last Friday  from Ashcroft.and the upper, country.  This,week he is' .packing his stock of  jewelery and will' leave in a day" or  two for-Clinton, B.C., where he has  concluded to locate. In the removal  of Mr. and Mrs. . Pyman from this  place, Enderby loses .staunch friends  and all of us esteemed neighbors,  who carry away with them the best  wishes and sincerest respect of all.  The .performance of David Garrick  by the Orchard Players last Saturday  evening,in the Opera House, was one  of the best things seen in Enderby "in  many moons. The performance was  preceded by a remarkably clever  sketch '���������������������������'The Queen's Messenger," put  "on-=byHVIr-=and=Mrs?=-Legge-Willis.=Jn-.  David Garrick every character was  well sustained, the play was well  staged, and the performance throughout a decided hit.  Mr. W. Jl "Lemke returned from a  trip to Manitoba and Ontario points  this week, and is well pleased with  the changed conditions encountered  in regard to the- business outlook.  While there is nothing to go into  ecstasy about, he found general conditions much improved and the outlook bright for still greater improvement. Lumber shipments continue  good. The average has been three  carloads a day for the past month.  Enderby ratepayers ran always be  relied upon to do the right thing  when put to the test. The voting on  the school building loan by-law last  Monday was evidence of this. Perhaps a larger vote could have been  polled, but the result would no  doubt have been the same. Out of 71  votes polled,. 63 were for the by-law  and eight against. The school board  can now proceed to finish the school  and grounds , as was originally  planned.-;  George Ormsby visited Enderby  this week from Lumby, where he has  a well-established and profitable mercantile business. He was accompanied as far as Armstrong by Mrs.  Ormsby. Mr. Ormsby has a warm  spot in his heart for Enderby, and  his many Enderby friends of eight or  ten years ago when he was "on the  books" in the office of the sawmill  company, will always keep a warm  corner in life's great motor open for  Word  j! Blurton,  George. He feels as he has always  felt, that Enderby is one of the best  points in the- Oianagan.  was received last week by H  deputy game warden in  this district, ' that - he was to be  transferred' to another district. Mr.  BLurton has been a faithful and conscientious officer in this district and  knows "every foot of it, and it shows  poor judgment on the part oi those  responsible for his" transfer, that the  district should be deprived of his services. It is no doubt the culmination-of'the move made more than-a  year ago, and which" a prominent  Maraite characterized ��������������������������� as a '"clique  of' interested persons" who have-desired to bring about'this change.  The trial ol   Mr.    .A.- R. Price foi  simple   assault - was . heard     beforti  Magistrate Rosoman -last. Friday, and'  the minimum fine, of $10 and costs imposed. '- "Mr. ,.Price   admitted   guilt  but-claimed, justifiable circumstances  -leading -upVto - the:.7act. 4-, Mrs. ..Price,  and-children, had -been - subjected Ho  numerous indignities,  he claimed,., oh.  the part of���������������������������Russel Hutchison,'and in  a .fit.of.anger -he .stopped the,boy-',on  the: street"1 and' slapped his' face:" .The  court could,, not--take into, consideration the events' leading up to the act?  as sufficient, cause" for the-act having  been   committed,   and    imposed   the  minimum. penalty.  City Council Appoints E. B. Dill  Chief of Enderby Fire Brigade  '"I  ENDERBY BACHELORS' DANCE  The ears of the bachelors Jof Enderby must burn as by .fire this 23rd  day of April, in the year of our Lord  1914-^they are having so many' nice  things said of them as the result of  the dance given by them in Enderby  Opera House last night. There was  never a happier floorful oi' dancers,  and the ladies were attired in their  daintiest   frocks   and   newest styles.  The number present from Arm-  .strong^and^outlyjng points_was.large.  while Enderby itself, at least the  dancing portion of it, turned out eri  masse. The floor, the music, the refreshments, and the management of  it all, could not have been better,  and everybody had all the dancing  they could enjoy.  It should be added that when the  bachelor boys of Enderby ask their  friends to enjoy their hospitality, it  is all done at their expense and with  no cost to anyone but tbe bachelors  themselves.  NEW    BRICK-MAKING  PLANT  M. J. Oaker, a brick-maker of half  a life-time's experience, has been inspecting the clay deposits in the vicinity of Enderby for some weeks  past in the interest of a company of  English capitalists, with the object  of establishing here a brick-making  concern oi the largest type. It is  his purpose to establish a $40,000  plant, which will embrace all of the  latest brick-making devices, drying  kilns, mixing pits, conveyors, steam-  handling, etc.  Mr. Oaker has selected a piece of  land on the opposite side of the railway from the present Enderby Brick  & Tile Company's plant, where, he  says, the character of the clay is the  best he has been able to find.  At this point, too, there is an  abundance of cord wood available  from the settlers of Glen Mary.  An interesting   meeting of the City  Council   was   held-'Monday evening.  Mayor Barnes was in the^ chair and  all    members    prescne      After     the  adoption"' of   the   minutes, the clerk  read the returns " of ��������������������������� the poll on the  school building loan by.-law, showing"  that 63 ballots "had been cast for the  by-law, and 8   against.      The report  was filed and on motion of.Aid.Mack  and Aid. Robinson the by-law passed  its third reading,and the seal affixed.  .- A letter dated April 11th,. wa's read  from * Messrs".   Harvey,''  McCarter   &'  Co.,   barristers,    stating   that   they,  had an-account   against.the Enderby  Board of. Trade amounting to $190.85  for (Collection; that, said account was  for^ advertising, in Heaton's- Annual in  the" interests" pf "the Oity; of Enderby;  that*-they understood the Council had;  "considered the "advisability'of spaying.  ;;the 7 debts", of :r the L Board"; of ^; Trade;  rather/,than .have. attention'-'dna'wnYiri  an unfavorable yway,- by,;havingVsuit  broughtVagainst. the Board "of-JTrade  for 'a"debt*" of * this' nature",'-' and' re-'  questing- to -.be, advised-'as '"to1'.this*"as  their clients are, > unable 'to get ."a"- reply :'tb their, letters addressed,to'the  secretary   of   the ;Board ^ of-'Trade:-  Referred to the Board'of Trade, and  Messrs. Harvey, -McCarter- & Co.  to  be notified that this had.been done.  ,.  A communication was received from  Mr. G. R. Sharpe stating that he had  signed the deed conveying to ,the City  a. strip of land in front of the school  propertyfor road purposes, and asking that'as xhe   road is not at present needed beyond the school ground,  he should not'be required to open it  north ol this   point - until such time  as it was actually required for traffic  purposes.     Agreed.  t i  A circular letter was read from thc  Union_. of Canadian Municipalities  ?V?JF  law was again   taken up, and it was  left to "the Mayor and'Aid. Grant to./"  redraft the by-law.      , ;  A "communication   from   -the   secre- 7,  tary of the Union of Canadian Muni-'  cip'alities called .attentioa to the ran-   /  nual convention ��������������������������� to be' held' at" Sher-     "  brooke, Que, in August, was filed.;. y~  The matter of May 24th celebration.  was discussed, but- itwas'.decidedyto" >>>  leave-the matter in the hands "of. the* Vi  citizens,   as Son   pi evious. - occasions, -y -  Aldf-Dill was. appointed to' iooix-after - ���������������������������;-  the" recreation u ground ~ for the'occa-    '-  sion. . . - _\;~V:,:,fJ������������������  "Aid.'..Mack   referred   to*'the',request"1ut.i,V  of the City, Band that ".the city 'should ^'-^fi  spay-the electric   light for barid'ipracT7--''A>.A,"5  ti'ces1,in the .old -"school'buildirig.7He'f; ;'<&$$  -moved   and'':"Ard.y"Murphy.WsXconded7L'!~|?3^  'that  city  tonvtheigfound ,that", he-*did- n"6t3favbr^v^S������������������"J  --���������������������������*'.. -*..  ~ .... ,. . '.. ������������������������������������������������������--. -^ -      - "I*- .j���������������������������j-"'-* *-*'' "*.? .-i.>*-r^  Hi a - oi+.v..-Tin vi n p- ianv.' -hills -"' nntYcnn"? "-"S^"*"-^"  jit l  :#  H  .. ���������������������������am  "������������������Wi������������������ I  For Stanfield's or Watson's lightweight underwear, call .at Enderby  Supply Company.  calling attention to the new railway  Act now before the House of Commons and advising the Council to  send to Ottawa for a copy of the  Act.  The Clerk was instructed to write  to the Superintendent of the C. P. R.  at Revelstoke, formally requesting  the construction oi a crossing from  Evergreen Ave "to " the lower Salmon  Arm road.  The application of Mr. Geo'., R.  Lawes for water service for a house  proposed to be built by him on Johnson street, was again brought up.  Owing to the elevation at which  water was required, it was felt that  thcro might be some difficulty in  furnishing this service and it was  thought advisable to comer with Mr.  Lawes before coming to any decision.  Aid. Mack and the Mayor were appointed to interview Mr. Lawes.  It was further moved by Aid. Robinson and Aid. Grant, ''that 1024 it.  of 10 inch wire-wound wood pipe be  procured ii satisfactory arrangements can be made with Mr. Lawes;  and that the waterworks committee  be authorized in that event to proceed without further authority from  the Council, with the purchasing of  pipe and calling for tenders for the  work of installation."     Carried.  Attention having been called to the  fact that Mr. J. C. English had gone  away, and that consequently the  town was. without a fire chief, it was  moved by Aid. Grant and Aid. Murphy that Mr. E. B. Dill be appointed  to act as chief. Carried.  Consideration of   the   Building By-  -ENDERBYrBOYS "AGAINvWIN.  /  The,'. Enderby' Intermediate.*'tean������������������  went to. .ArmstrongViastyFriday, &l-i  ternd'on*- to'' give'"thV intermediates "^6L~:  the sister town- a return game:-- The^  Enderby '.boys -defeated '������������������������������������������������������ their, neigh- ,  bo'r's ,-ori the home   diamond on Wed-y-  nesday'afternoon   by ay score-.'of 10-6" J  and It was'thought that perhaps ,the -  visitors, would    make   a'better showing on their home, field!"   "But_theEn-  derby team   played   even-better ball,  than was' played; by them.on the En-".  derby diamond, and so* did,-the' Arm-r  strong   team,   but   when'  it was*all"  over Enderby had   a" lead *of five, "the" "  ,score standing 31-6.' c    ���������������������������   7   " ,  "--'���������������������������filit'il  it-,  BOARD OF TRADE MEETING"  A meeting-of^tffe^Eriderby^Board-of^  Trade will be held - in the City Hall  on Monday evening. , This will be an  important meeting and it is urged  that all members attend. It should  be remembered that forty -or fifty .  of the businessmen and citizens ol  Enderby signed their names as members oi the Board of Trade. Only a  few of those -signing, have come for- .  ward with the membership fee or attended the meetings of the board. It  was thc intention this year to ������������������  inaugurate a tight, but effective,publicity campaign which would certainly result in good to the district. But  thc lack of interest and general indifference of those who signed as  members, has somewhat delayed progress. , It., should be remembered,  also, that Board of Trade work is  public work and should be participated in by the public, at least to  the extent of attending the meetings  of the board.  Workingmen should wear Peabody  Overalls���������������������������made to fit and wear. Enderby Supply Co.  Since Mr. Crane received at the Enderby Music Store the new samples  of wall papers and cretons to match  he has been rushed with orders. He  is showing the finest line ever seen  in the West, and at prices that one  cannot get in any of the ordinary  paper supply houses.  Art    Clothes���������������������������best   dressers     wear  them.     Why?     See our ad. Enderby  Supply Co.  Slater Shoes���������������������������the one-price shoe,  East and West.     Enderby Supply Co -V-  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY t  Thursday, April 23, 1914  .if.tr  ENDERBY PRESS  Published everr   Thursday at  Endeiiby, B.C. at  12 per year, by the Walker Press.  A']vertWn(r Rates: Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 23c eaoh subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. $1 an inoh per moivth.  Legal Notices: 12c n line first msertion: 8c a line  each BUbs������������������i)uent inner tion.  Rending N������������������ti*������������������i ami Locals: 16c a line.  APRIL 23, 1914  OKANAGAN'S   FUTURE  Mr. F.  V. Moffet    is   one   of those  whole-hearted,      level-headed,     calculating, strong businessmen;: far seeing  and devoid of any plethoric frillft and  foam.      He    is    an    observant  man.  Very" little   escapes    his eye that, is  worth seeing.      Mr.    Moffet has been  absent   from'   Enderby    for     several  months, returning for a day now and  then  on   business    matters  connected  with the Columbia Flouring Mills. In  his absence,    Mr.    Moffet   has visited  various    parts'   of    Washington   and  Oregon,   and    the   agricultural     districts of the coast.  ��������������������������� Mr.  Moffet spent Sunday in  Ender-  'by this   week.       In   a   conversation  while here Mr. Moffet said he did not  think  the    people   of   the Okanagan,  and  particularly of  Enderby  district,  fully realized what   they have in climate,  soil and environment.     In the  Okanagan the    acreage is so limited,  compared with the fruit and agricultural    areas   of   Washington, Oregon  and the   coast    districts, aud he was  rapidly, will be open for pre-emption,  also at the office of the Government  Agent at Vancouver..  The largest of the many areas to  be opened to settlement in the near  future are those on the South Fork  of the Fraser river. In this valley,  through which the Grand Trunk has  just been completed, in the reserve  created in 1907, about 80,000 acres of  farming land,will be opened to settlement, the eastern part, in the neighborhood of McBride and east of Mt.  Robson Park, on June 1st, at McBride, a divisional point on the G.  T. P. railway, where a growing city  is situated, 145 miles east of Fort  George," a special office being opened  there for thc purpose for one week  by the Government Agent at Fort  George, and the western half at Fore  George on June 15th. On the same  date (June 15th) at the office of the  Government Agent at Albcrni, a  tract of 5000 acres, which has been  subdivided into lots of 40 acres, will  also be thrown open to settlers.  CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION  certain that there is not a district in  America with possibilities greater  than those facing the Okanagan at  the present time. Of course, we  could not expect to be able to realize on these possibilities at once.  They were future assets more than  present; possibilities more than actualities. These possibilities will be  worked up into actualities" "in" the  near future���������������������������are beint? worked up  now, as any observant person must  recognize.  OPENING LOGGED-OFF LANDS  Hon. Wm. R. Ross, minister of  lands, lias announced the opening for  pre-emption of a number of areas in  various parts, of British Columbia.  On May 1st areas in Cranbrook and  Fernle land divisions of East Kootenay will be opened to settlers at the  offices of the Government Agents at  Cranbrook and Fcrnie, these tracts  aggregating over 10,000 acres, the  bulk of which are logged-off. lands.  On the same date a tract of logged-  off land on Malaspina Peninsula,  about a mile back from the settlement of Lund, one of the various  ports of call for coasting, steamers,  situated 90 miles from Vancouver,  will be open to setters at���������������������������the office  of the Government Agent in the  Court House at Vancouver.  On May 18th two large tracts of  logged-off lands in the Salmon River  Valley, Vancouver Island, a district  m    which    settlement-   is   advancing  Insofar as Canada is concerned  there are some easily traceable factors contributing to the increased  cost of living that we hear so much  about. Liberal politicians tell,us  it is the result of the Borden tariff,  but common-sense people will look  beyond politics for an answer.  How much has the duty .to do with  it ? Take dairy products. The Dominion Dairy and Coid Storage Commissioner,    Mr.   J.   A.    Ruddick, has  ter than they did ten years ago.  Mr. Ruddiak's figures show that  whereas the consumption of dairy  products per capita was 800 pounds  of milk, in 1912 it had risen to half  a ton per head. On the other hand,  the production of milk had not risen  in anything like the same ratio, being 9,871,178,103 pounds in 1910, as  compared with 6,866,834,000 pounds in  in 1900. The per capita consumption of butter in thc ten years rose  from 23.49 pounds to 27.88 pounds.  In the great In thc great growth in  consumption can be found one reason  for the advance in the cost of living.  SOMETHING TO REMEMBER  A certain man went into his bank  to borrow some money. He had a  note signed by himself and endorsed  by a well:known property owner. He  was refused the accommodation.  Another man went into the same  bank with the same endorsement and  got .the money.     Why ?  The first man had a reputation of  being, not dishonest, but negligent in  money matters. The second was  strictly prompt and reliable. He  had character.  A bank, of course, considers the endorser when determining the value of  business paper, but it does not want  to compel the surety to pay. It  often creates hard feelings on the  part of the endorser, even though be  gave the use of his name with full  knowledge of the possible consequences. But there are ' few good  losers.  Equal to the value of your intrinsic assets is the value of that intangible capital which is called  character or reputation. It cannot  be stolen from you. It will always  be yours, unless you give it away. It  is worth more than all the gold in  the Government mints, and is a.sure  help in time of trouble. The man  with character can go any where and  get any credit he wants within reason. If he is not known he can refer with confidence to his " banker;  and gets the testimonial he needs."'-  Business without honorable reputation is a mighty shaky thing. Business built upon a character for absolute honesty and fairness,'together  with careful meeting of all obligations can hardly fail. In such case  there must be gross mismanagement  or most untoward circumstances.  compiled statistics of the dairy industry showing that the per capita  consumption of dairy products in  Canada has enormously increased.  The production has also increased,  but not in thc same ratio. The Canadian people individually are drinking more milk and   eating more but-  LINOTYPE  EQUIPMENT  The Kelowna Courier has installed  a linotype machine, and the improvement in the appearance of its pages  is most noticeable. It is questionable if there is another district in  Canada where the newspaper men  have done so much to equip their  offices so well to give the district  the best possible service as the newspaper men of the Okanagan Valley.  Of course, they could not do this if  the people of the Okanagan did not  give them   the   support necessary to  enable them to so equip. The Val-  ley reaps the benefit, for certainly  no district in the Dominion can  boast of a more loyal press.  JOE'S BREAD  Anyone wishing to make sure of  getting Joe's bread can buy direct  from the bakery. Bread tickets,. 13  for $1. Joe's bread tastes good, is  always uniform, is clean, and balked  by a white man.  Carry a  KODAK  with you  The trips into the hills will be  made so much more interesting. We carry a lull line of  supplies���������������������������all new stock.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St.  Enderb  BANK of MONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,W# (paid up) RMt, llfi.OM.OM  H. V. Meredith, Esq., President  Sir Frederick-Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, BNG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from }1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rate*.  Interest credited 30th June    and 31at December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A. E. TAYLOR, Manager  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuildings  Here are   some4 specials ia lumber while they last:  No. 2, 2x4, per thousand  $ 13.������������������)0  No. 2 Lath, per thousand      1.75  Short Cord Wood  3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.*,  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a'charming villiage with city,airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon c *  oft' his feet lie came here, and now owns-one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowory's Lodge.)  King Edward Hotel,p H MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  HORTICULTURAL   PROGRAM,   1914  The Enderby Horticultural Society  was recently permitted to broaden its  charter, and it is now fully equipped  to comply with the Department regulations which will permit it to re- disease in the last eight-years  ceive irom   the -department financial  Homeseekers���������������������������Should.._:.-_  Comento Enderby  BECAUSE .if is one of the health-,  lest spots on earth,1 only two children and no   adults   having died of  assistance similar to that granted  other agricultural societies to augment the prizes offered in the annual  exhibition. This .is the first season  that Enderby has been in a position  to take advantage of these department allowances, and the executive  committee are working hard to make  the most of the opportunity.  It is proposed to hold the annual  exhibition on or about Sept. 12th.  The scope 01 this exhibition will be  extended far beyond the limits of the  past horticultural exhibitions given  here. It is intended to make it  the final exhibition of five to be held  during the season. The prize list  for-this-exhibition. has_not .been yprer.  pared yet, but it is understood that  it will be along the lines of other  other Valley shows; though somewhat  BECAUSE,    when   you arrive, the  Board of Trade will take you in handV  and make you feel   at   home and see  that you are satisfactorily settled..  BECAUSE you will find here all the  advantages and beauties of a magnificent river, ever' green hills, grassy-'  meadows and cool, delightful valleys.  BECAUSE if you prefer a home-site  on the hills, in groves of birch and  alder, cedar and pine, overlooking  the river and valleys, you will find it  here most ideally located.  BECAUSE we have the purest of  water piped to every homt from a  sparkling mountain stream, a perfect  system of , electric lighting, and an  abundant, supply, of ..wood   BECAUSE, if you are a person of  means, and wish to make a home for  yourself   on   the    banks of the soft-  restricted to keep within safe limits. flowing Spallumcheen,    you will find  Beginning in May, it is proposed to  hold monthly window exhibitions of  saich fruits, flowers and vegetables  as mature at that time, the purpose  being to   encourage   our   growers to  good roads already leading to the  site, and all the materials necessary  to build close at hand.   '  BECAUSE you will find here all the  advantages   to    be   found any place  OF CANADA  With Cash in the Bank  You Can Buy to  Advantage  You know how everything  costs more when you have to buy  on credit. Why not practice self-  denial a while if necessary, open  a Savings Account in the Union  Bank of Canada, and, with the  money in hand, buy at Cash  prices ? The discounts will help  to swell your bank balance, and  you will have a good start towards  financial independence.  Endcrhy Burt,      J. W. GILLHAN, Manw  on the market at its highest price,  and before the market is glutted by  produce from all directions. For  instance, in May and June, prizes  will be offered for the fruits and vegetables that can be put on the market locally grown, but are not, generally, until the following month.  These window displays are to be  made in the store windows���������������������������where  the privilege is granted���������������������������the intention being to interest the public as  well as the Society members.  In addition to these monthly window displays and the annual show,  it is proposed to offer three prizes  ���������������������������$25, $15 and $10���������������������������for the best kept  garden and premises, entries to be  made at the commencement of the  season and the judging to extend up  to the time of the September show  when the prizes will be awarded.  disadvantages.  BECAUSE there is work to be had  by anyone looking for it, in the mills,  in the lumber camps, on the farm,  in the lumber yards, in the brick  yards, in the building trades or the  orchards.  BECAUSE fruits, hay, vegetables  and grain grow to perfection here  without irrigation.  BECAUSE Enderby has never been  boomed, therefore you can buy at  reasonable prices and be sure of  doubling your money.  BECAUSE this District has _ climate second to none; not too wet or  too dry; splendid growing summers  and glorious healthful winters.  BECAUSE you will, find the religious, educational and social advantages all you could wish.  When your Letter Paper runs low, let  us print the next lot.       Walker Press  ~--_������������������   --    .��������������������������� .      ������������������     r- . .=.        .   ���������������������������  auvautagea   to    De   louna any place -    J  produce the stuff when it can be putjelse in the   VaUey(   an<J Qone       ^    - , ^  Thursday, April 23, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  Neighbors are just like the rest of  us, and as we ourselves grow better  we have better neighbors."  ORDER NOW  !   !  WHITE WYANDOTTES and Buff Orpingtons, reliable laying strains, $2  per setting of 15 eggs.  BLACK MINORCAS, S. 0., $1.50 per  setting of 15.  WHITE LEGHORNS S.C., $1.59 per  setting."  S.C. BROWN LEGHORNS���������������������������The birds  composing this flock were ��������������������������� bought  from H. E. Waby. We now own  this well-known strain entirely.  At the recent Okanagan Poultry  . Show at Vernon, the exhibits of this  strain swept the board in their class,  capturing ist cock, 1st coc's������������������r *1, -1st  2nd and 3rd hen, 1st pen and special;  only-six birds shown.. -  -   Prices,  per   setting   exhibition pud  - pedigree laying /strains on-aiyiica-  ,=t-cation.'. ~j _{.-/- ���������������������������-.-' ' " ���������������������������- ~' ''���������������������������  -"���������������������������-    -We, have '-recently  'imported , some  ew blood from a well-known brooder  n, the states.'" A few good S.O. Br.  - -jeghorn cockerels for sale.  "' Apply,   Capt.   Cameron or    ('.   >'.  Biggie,    '  ' . GAINFORD RANCH,  - . Enderby, 1 .(.'  Don't   delay!      First, come,.   liist  served.'  QUALITY  EGGS  for Hatching  DIAMOND B  ��������������������������� STRAIN���������������������������_  Game Act, Very Much Easier on the  Farmer than that of Previous Years  There are a few amendments to'the  Game Act which are radical changes  and are certain to lead to greatly  reduced revenue from the gun tax,  and at the same time reduce to the  minimum the protection to game it  has been the effort of the Government  in recent years to bring about.  The section which .provides for the  most radical changes is Section 9. In  this section it is provided that any  farmer who is the holder of any. li-  cence to carry firearms, if residing in  an unorganized district, may hunt  and kill and retain in his possession  deer of the male sex over one year  in age for use for food for hlmseli  and his family; and \t Msif!.:-^ elsewhere than in an u:iorgam.wi dis  trict, may for tb.j like,, u-r, at any  time after having obtained a permit  therefor, hunt and kill and retain 1l  his possession any such deer.  This section also provides that, except with respect of the killing of  deer of the female sex between the  31st day of March and the 1st day of  September, any Indian who is a resident may at any time hunt and kill  and retain in his possession deer over]  one year of age for use for food for  himself and his family; providing  that if he is -residing elsewhere than  in an unorganized district he- shall,  with respect of. the hunting or killing  of any deer in the close season,-'first  have obtained a permit therefor.  This section gives the Indians one  month longer in the spring of the  year than they have ever had before  in which to kill' does' carrying the  young. The choicest delicacy that  goes to the Indians' table, old hunters tell us, is the offspring taken  from the .doe in the early spring.  The new Game Act gives them all of  the month of March to' get the does  with young. - y  s Under the new Act no person'shall,  bjetween tke 15th day of April and the  first, day'of August,; use-or allow "any  ,dog to^hunt or .run. after, any game  bird.' - ",  - " ���������������������������'  The Game Act does not apply to  any farmer or his employee residing  upon the land with respect of any  deer that is found actually depasturing any land of such larmer then being in a state of actual cultivation,  or with respect of any bear that is a  menace- to the domestic animals,  orchards or' crop of such farmer; nor  to the trapping or shooting by any  person upon premises owned or occupied by him of any animals ot the  family mice and rats, or ground  squirrels (commonly called gophers),  or any animal {'or bird that is a menace to the domestic animals or birds  .of such person; nor to any farmer  who is a resident or to any member  of his family with respect of the  trapping of musk-rats in any municipality or on any dyked lands.  Any. one wishing to obtain a copy  of" the Game Act must apply to' the  king's Printer, Victoria, and pay the  sum of 25c "therefor.  It should be pointed out that there  is no open season for anytning ,unless  it is declared so by order-in-council-  The seasons however, for fur-bearing  animals and big game will be opened  practically as before. ( .  Sec. 20 forbids, all express companies from exporting anything except pelts of fur-bearing animals.^ and  no live animal is allowed to be shipped out of the Province without a  special permit. In the-East they are  making great efforts to obtain fur-  bearing animals from this' province'  for breeding purposes and it is the  aim of the. Provincial Game Warden  to stop this.  Sec. 24 "provides that the. fee of  $2.50 shall permit any resident or  militia man to carry'firearms and to  hunt game birds and deer, but not  entitling ,bimy to hunt or trap-any  other- game..! - Provided' that' suchy'licence may-beissuedto a farmer or" to  any. member; oi his family/in^ respect  only:-, ofv hunting' - on-: the" - land1 ort  ���������������������������which they > permanently- reside , or-the  land-contiguous thereto. .-'���������������������������"���������������������������*-  .���������������������������i\n  Mr.  t  Businessman  This is far YOU:  THE PRINTING PLANT OF THE WALKER PRESS IS FULLY  EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ALL CLASSES OF COMMERCIAL JOB  PRINTING.  LOOSE LEAF  BILLHEADS,  "   DUPLICATE   BILLING FORMS  LETTERHEADS ' i  ENVELOPES " '.  STATEMENTS  ALL LINES OF RULLED AND UNRULLED    WRITING PAPER  PRICE LISTS  BOOKLETS              ' .                   .    7  CIRCULAR LETTERS ',                         .   .   7  DODGERS /               .  ." .  I  ���������������������������      ���������������������������'   ���������������������������     .'���������������������������"  POSTERS . "                                    ,'..'.-..-  ,      WINDOW CARDS    ?       - ���������������������������                                 '"'     i  "���������������������������  i  ' ',V"   I  WEDDING  CABINETS .'     -.. .'1  WEDDING  CAKE BOXES AND CARDS . :  '    .     :  \ FINANCIAL   STATEMENT .    . _-                         ,-..;.,' y   .  BALL PROGRAMMES ....         ,_"__    .  INVITATIONS '        .    - -    ,                       '  '"'    :  ������������������������������������������������������ I           !���������������������������  VISITING  CARDS  MATING LISTS - ���������������������������                  .      " '"-   77.  BUTTER -WRAPPERS '-r                               ���������������������������  . \   ' --   o   V  IN  SHORT,    EVERYTHIN IN PRINTING         "���������������������������     v                   f,  AND OUR PRICES ARE BASED UPON THE RECOGNIZED :.  TRADE .PRINTING SCALE O THEt MASTER 'PRINTERS,/..OP.-J"'.'  AMERICA���������������������������PRICES   WHICH ARE RELIABLE AND'FAIR TO ALL������������������  WE CAN SAVE YOU THE EXPRESS  LOOSE LEAF WORK. :'"'������������������������������������������������������!,"  CHARGES    ON , - ALL  x WE. CAN FURNISH.YOUR COUNTER CICECK .BOOKS. AT, A'  LOWER PRICE THAN YOU CAN LAY THEM DOWN FROM THE  EAST7 . ������������������������������������������������������" ������������������-. * ���������������������������>-?��������������������������� -7 ''���������������������������   *'.  ' *  AND  WE  GUARANTEE  EVERYTHING WE   PUT, OUT.  FAULTY   PRINTING WILL'   E MADE; GOOD.7:.        0 "   : -  7   .You do not" have  7*  ���������������������������Col.^Sam-Hughes', minister of mili-.i  tia,-in. reply to "a question in the"|  House '. of "Commons, informed the,  questioner that ' the annual militia  expenditure had increased as follows:;  1897, $2,478,179; 1907, $4,377,309; i911,'  $7,009,822; 1912, $7,729,948; 1913, $10,-  272,759. ^ Pensions are not included  in"these figures. ��������������������������� - ".  MRS. PARADIS, Dress Making Parlor, Cliff street,' second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices. - Work prompt'.y  executed. ,'''".  ive to send,out of towh< for.,, anything'j in "printing^7V^tfigg  ,..--: 4_ -A"--phone -call -will; catch tus.at any.;time;yaridy^we'^-*shall^bey^mMt.^^^^g^l  'pleased' to give an-.estimate.on-such'printedVstationeryJaSvyou may^^vrt<^������������������|  ,-require. - Now'-^Mr. Businessman,-do not beTcam  "  idea-that berause ,we<are in-a >mall-tqwn theycharacter-'orthe/work7.-'',--'"^/^^!  ,'  may, not. be as good as'-that to-be had from/ the ;*, city" office]':']��������������������������� Let''y'Trrv^^j  .us prove to your satisfaction that .the quality?.'of Vyourwbrk" is ;as" \;7;^.--~"l  , satisfactory "as  anything* you vill get for; the money" from any- city 7-.- ,.'- 7J  office. .      ':'.''-','���������������������������'' ��������������������������� ���������������������������'/'       "        71    -/"/   ' -"-'*:,"'   "   .  Sy~~. St'[^,r.  *'..<?������������������-, ...     ' - .���������������������������._';"���������������������������,'���������������������������      ' ���������������������������'    7' j '-'"'���������������������������' ������������������������������������������������������.-  ,     HAVE   YOUR' PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN/   '' "���������������������������:": V.,/'  ^���������������������������^^^^a^iL_m^A^  ������������������������������������������������������f55^gg??'sssrfcasa=5������������������s������������������^"*  mn  ���������������������������|i������������������LiiBiijija(/  *r^'>>-M"M'1U|utr  WHITE WYANDOTTES  AND  S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS  ��������������������������� Our Wyandottes are carefully mated  to produce birds, yet for the keenest  competition and eggs combined.  No. 1 Pen, per setting oi 15 $ 5.00  No. 2 and 3 pens,      *    3.00  Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8,   _.'_' ���������������������������  "_. .2.00  S. C. White Leghorns irom 185 to  235 egg" strain with good wedge-  shaped bodies, mated to produce the  kind of strong and healthy chicks,  which cannot fail to please.  $2.00.per 15, or $10 per 100.  All birds kept in open heated houses.  90 per cent guaranteed fertile.  THE BARNUM POULTRY RANCH  Box 51, Enderby, B. C.  THOS.  WILKINSON,  Mgr.  Don't delay.        All orders filled in  rotation.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh-meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers fron  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, so  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  T'-Sft':  W>:-n  V  '^.bcutiU'l hjiivjti mmi t>flt/������������������>!*!U*t''iTiilt������������������'.lluBinfwinMir  rmm'Tn.i'w.inv  ���������������������������   11.'    'I n mi  ���������������������������MiTri'tinln c i <ttiioi������������������iiinnicn" i 'mi"iuri in  . i. ' i. "im������������������ i������������������������������������������������������ i i i liiimtiirv, i i i ih i  . I  j: JH.1. '     I i Jiin'lliULa.i;      li.i i.'C'.P  Granaries  That Increase Profits  are the ones that are right on your own farm.  They are the kind that enable you to;,hold your  grain, without storage charges or waste from rats',or  other rodents, until you can obtain (he best prices. They  are the kind that need no repairs and last a lifetime.  They are the kind that  - Are Built of Concrete  Concrete never wears out. It's the farmer's best grain  insurance against loss from fire, rodents or any other  cause.  "What the Farmer can do with Concrete" is the title  of a free book that shows how you can build  better buildings on the farm with concrete, and  save money by the operation. Write for it today.  # *  Farmer's Information Bureau  Canada Cement Company Limited  836 Herald Building, Montreal  '       IT WILL PAY YOU BEST AND WILL'.ALSO . HELP THE" L04_  CAL PRINTER TO IMPROVE HIS      PLANT.   AND     GIVE. THE  HOME TOWN ~A BETTER, PAPER AND QUICKER SERVICE.    ' .:"  ���������������������������i'i-,'i  THE  WALKER  PRESS  JAMES  FirerfciferAccident^  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC  Fruit "Land Hay Land  Town Lot*  The Liverpool ^London 4 Glohc Ins._Co.   ^The"PhdenixiIrisUrance CoTof London. .."���������������������������  LunJan-Lineashire Fire Insurance Co.  Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life dept  The London ��������������������������� Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal raining rights of th������������������ Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tht  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of Britinh Columbia,  may he 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 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 hlmBelf.  Each application must be aceomr-  panied by a fee   for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  aot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of live cents per ton. ~���������������������������  The person operating tbe mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty thereen. 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 mining rights only, but the lessee may-be  permitted to purchas'e 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 he made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication   of  this advertisement    will not be paid  Enderby, B. C  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound yo!re  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 16, 1914  CREED FOR A FARMER  I believe in a permanent agriculture, a soil that shall grow richer  rather than poorer from year to year.  I believe in 100-bushel corn and  50-bushel wheat, and 1 slia11 not bo"  satisfied "with anything  else.  I believe that the only good weed  is a dead weed, and that a clean farm  is as Important as a clean conscience.  I believe in the farm boy and In the  farm girl, the farmer's best crops and  the  future's best  hope.  I believe in the farm woman, and  ���������������������������will do all in my power to make her  life   easier  and  happier.  I believe in a country school that,  prepares for country life, and a country church that teaches its people to  love deeply and live honorably.  I believe in community spirit, a  pride in home and neighbors, and 1  will do my part to make my community the best I   the province.  I believe in the fanner, 1 believe  in farm life, 1 believe in the inspiration  of  the open  country.  I am proud to be a farmer, and I  ���������������������������will try earnestly to be worthy of the  name.���������������������������Frank I.  Mann.  ������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������-'^  k ���������������������������>'&&*������������������*..am  7.77>;>>&jR"  '������������������������������������������������������''^���������������������������.^���������������������������^    '  -^.���������������������������unoefiuoac.  Remarkable Headgear  This lady has trimmed her  ���������������������������with   the  costliest    trimming  bonnet  in   the   world-  nmed^-wit-h-=bcr-=-baby-!=������������������������������������������������������  Strictly speaking, however, the contrivance on her head is not a bonnet.  It's the baby's basket.  This custom of carrying baby, basket and all on the head, is a custom  of the Baralohg tribe in South Africa.  The basket is made of reeds, bound  around with goat's skin. The inside,  however, Is thickly laid with downy  feathers, so that baby has a beauti-  fu>jv soft nest.  Historic   House   Destroyed  A house with many historic memor- j  ies���������������������������-No. 35 St. Martin street, Lelces-;  ter Square, where once Sir Isaac New- \  ton  and Dr.  Burney    dwelt���������������������������is  now j  being demolished.   Newton lived here i  from 1720  to 1725,  and  used  to  say ;  that  the  happiest  years   of  his   life ;  were spent in an observatory on tha J  roof.      Dr.    Burney,    the    musician,  friend  of  Dr.    Johnson,    afterwards  lived In the house, and here was bora  his daughter Fanny, afterwards Mme.  D'Arblay, who wrote her first novel,  "Evelina," in the house.  New Artists' Easel  A rather elaborate easel and box  for paints and brushes which folds  until It resembles a suit case has been  invented for artists by a California  man.  Prize For Destsroylng Insects  The Philippines assembly is considering offering a substantial prize  for a means of destroying a tobacco  Insect pest without injuring the tobacco,  Some Enderby Homes  '^'f}^^i_^^-^S:-���������������������������������������������''':������������������������������������������������������<������������������$&'������������������������������������������������������, -'^__Wk  ._ ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������_; ''i*>Jj\  ;*���������������������������������������������?>#$  ysusss'ss:W\  ���������������������������tj-'.cs>s;ss^w_  *-���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������-"-���������������������������" "������������������������������������������������������;��������������������������� 'i-fy  7-:-'���������������������������2!  /  Home of A. E. Taylor, manager Bank of Montreal  Residences of W. J.' Lemke and F. R.-Prince  FARMS CHANGING  A Woodstock Man's Observations on  the Subject  ' "Thjl. farm is changing because it  fc 'ceasing to be the farm. That is  why the farmer refuses to remain on  ilk* farm," said Mr. Markey of.Wood-  gtock,. "Modern conveniences,-such'  *a the elaborate implements, elephone  gervic* and such devices are taking  away the old style of farm life. I  oan r������������������member when agriculture was  born. The farmers were once farmers, but years ago they becanio  agriculturists, and then the vocation  gave way to science." The man who  worked the soil began > see how much  money he could make out of his land f  instead of how much pleasure he could  find in taking care of it, and the tendency leaned toward immigration to  the city. Even in the public schools  the beauty of nature is being shattered. The schools are botanizing tha  beauty out of the world. Every pupil  knows the geological formation of the  rainbow buthe does not know the poem  'My heart leaps up when 1 behold a  rainbow In the sky. "  Mr. Markey could remember when  hogs sold for $6. Whether.it was $6  a ton or $6 a bushel, he did not remember. "While I was still a journa-'  list, an important incident happened  in my life," he said. "When a young  lad gets a job in a newspaper office  he becomes a journalist. After a few  years he realizes that he is a newspaperman. I got a report for my paper  that hogs were selling at $6. When  the report was "set up the six dropped  upside down and read $9.  "A farmer outside of Woodstock  read it. He went out and killed everything on his farm that looked like a  hog and brought it into town. When.  he arrived the price of hogs had dropped beneath $6. He came into our,  office and threatened to sue us for  $450, the difference between $9 and1  what he was forced, to sell at."    \ .  Showing the residences of Mrs. H. W. Harvey, F. B. Moffet and R. E. Wheeler  SINGER ANNOYS DUKE  An amusing incident took place in a,  London music hall recently. The ���������������������������  Grand Duke Michael of Russia was  in the front row of stalls accompanied  by his young son and his' very pretty  daughter. The star came along the  passage in front of the footlights, and  quite close to the audience, to sing  her song: "I Love my Bonnie Blue-  eyed Boy." On Saturday night she  made a great hit by stopping in front  of tbe grand duke and singing the  words with mischievous intensity. The  house was quick to appreciate what  in reality was a' compliment, and  meant one; but the grand duke seemed a little disconcerted and turned his  head persistently aside, though his.  daughter evidently enjoyed the fun.  -When.the slnger_had.gone..back.to the.  stage Lord Lonsdale, who was also  la the audience, went across and spoke  to th8 grand duke,> apparently to per-  snade him that only a compliment was  Intended.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-  der for Wharf at Gleneden, B.C."  will be received at this oflicc until  4.00 P. M., on Monday, May 4, 1914,  for the construction of a Wharf at  Gleneden,   Yale District,  B.C.  Plans, specification and form of  contract can be seen and forms of  ender obtained at this Department,  and at the offices of the District Engineers, Chase, 13. C; New Westminster, B. C, and on application to the  Postmaster at Salmon Arm, B.C.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In the case of  firms the actual signature, the nature  of the occupation, and place of residence of each member of the nrm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied  bv an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister o Public  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.  or the amount of the tender which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  NOTE1:���������������������������Blue prints can be obtained  at the Department of Public Works  by depositing an accepted bank  cheque for the sum of $30.00, made  payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister ol Public Works,  which'will be returned if the bidder  submit a regular bid.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, March 30,  1914.  Newspapers will not be paid for  this advertisement if they insert it  without authority from the Department���������������������������58581.  Norman Grant  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and all    factory    work.   Rubberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. C.  SMITH CO.,  of Vernon  Russell  Street Enderby.  LAND    REGISTRY ACT  Re. part of   Lot   B, and part    22.60  acres of Lot C, Map 111.  Notice is hereby given that I shall,  at the expiration of one month from  the date of the first publication hereof issue a certificate oj. Indefeasible  Title to the aforesaid lands in the  name of Hiram F. Flewwelling, unless  in the meantime valid objection is  made to me in writing. The holder  of the following documents relating to  the above lands, viz:��������������������������� 15th November, 1901. A conveyance made between Frederick Bernard Pemberton  and William Curtis Ward of the one  part, and George Eugene Townsend  of the other part, being a conveyance  of Lot C, subdivision of parti of lot  150, Group 1, Osoyoos Division of  Yale District;  15th November, 1901. George Eugene Townsend oi the one part and  William Curtis Ward and Frederick  Bernard Pemberton of the other part,  being a mortgage oi the same premises. Release of last - mentioned  mortgage, is required to deliver the  same to me forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Office,  at Kamloops, B.C., this 21st lay of  March A. D. 1914.  C. Hi' DUNBAR, District Registrar.  Threat  Was   Not   Fulfilled  An amusing story Is being told of  Sir Douglas Dawson, who had so much  to do with the preparations for Prince  Arthur's wedding. Sir Douglas had  a very worrying time, and the story  goes that one day he went Into a room  in the Palace where a friend was siU  ting, and, sinking into a chair, he remarked, wearily:  "If anyone so much as breathes th������������������  word 'wedding' in my presence I'll  knock him down!" He had scarcely  uttered the words when the door  opened and King George came in looking "worried.  "Oh, by the way," he began at onca,  "about this wedding���������������������������"  His Majesty got no further than the  word, for, in spite of all his efforts,,  Sir Douglas's friend was forced to  laugh. The King glanced at him in  surprised annoyance, but laughed  heartily when Sir Douglas explained  what he had just threatened.  The most costly book is a Hebrew  Bible, which Is owned by the German  government, and which the Pope of>  fered $125,000 for, but which the  government of Germany * ould not  give up.  Buy your bread tickets at Joe's. a  a  Thursday, April 23, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S   WEEKLY  V Q  It  K  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Checrfol Outdance to * Happier, Healthier Lift  By the Phlloaopher-Phyaician  OBORQE   F. BUTLER,  A. 1&,  M. D,  ______  BACK TO THE   "DOLLY VARDEN"  Some of us can remember seeing up in the   attic    a   hat   which grandmother fondly called a "Dolly Varden."  This year the 'milliners are bringing out one with the lace frills and the  pink ribbons and   roses that closely resemble it.  These hats are built up in the back and are    almost   flat   on   the   top.  They are made of tagal braid and are usually of delicate colors.  The one shown is of pale blue ,tagal braid with white   lace and, pink an  blue morning glories and blue ribbon.  It would be   beautiful with a white lingerie gown.  ������������������innino%d!r,sf |)oi!r j^onif ffictun  XX  'TOLD IN THE STRICTEST CONFIDENCE",  To succeed in the   mail 'order business one must know the ropes. - ��������������������������� ~  "Here's one that never fails to bring  the business���������������������������offer    some   commodity  at a very special price and the public  will take   the    bait.       If our reader  has in his or her    possession a mail  order catalogue, there will be on one  ��������������������������� page at least,. a   commodity marked  down   at   a   ridiculously    low price.  This is to impress you with the great  illusion    that   all    the   goods in the  catalogue are   priced in the same ratio.   If you    didn't    know    this  you  would feel justified' in   buying everything by mail,   just   as it was intended you to   do.       But   uow that we  know it, we will get fooled no more.  Of vCourse,    ALL    mail   order houses  don't do this! >  .His name doesn't matter. He is a  farmer���������������������������an agricultural businessman.  The city limits of his home town is  eleven miles from the edge of his  farm. His one hobby is that of  talking about the time when the city  Units of his home town will include  his property. He can hardly wait  for the time to come���������������������������yet is not willing to do his share for {.its realization.  One day he came to town. He  wanted a pair of shoes. After selecting a pair he asked the price.  "Two dollars," said the retailer.  "What! two dollars for that pair  of shoes? I can buy the same  looking shoes for $1.75 by mall. Why  should I pay two dollars?"  The dealer told him he had excellent shoes for $1.75, but that the  pair he was looking at were $2 shoes.  Our farmer friend could not see the  ���������������������������difference, and took out of circulation in his home town $U5.  Perhaps it would interest you to  know just how our friend's order was  filled by the mail order house. First  picture in your mind a large building  housing, hundreds of clerks and a  huge stock. His order would be  dumped among thousands of others  on the desk of the receiving clerk  where it is opened. The order read,  a slip is made out, attached to his  order and filed in a particular box,  where a third clerk reads the order  and attached slip and passes it to a  fourth clerk who secures the shoes  from thousands of other pairs. A  iifth clerk   takes   the   shoes and the  order, to a " sixth clerk< who verifies  theVorder arid shoes 'and-passes them  on <to the seventh clerk in the shipping roorn. And so it goes until by  the time the shoes reach our-farmer  friend, a dozen' pairs of hands at  least, have handled his shoes.   "\  How much of our- friend's $1.75  went for the.shoes and how much for  the'hands that'carried out his order?  Figure it up yourself*" and stack the  result against what would have -happened, if our friend had purchased his  shoes in his home town.      -   -  Our locaL merchants sell reputable  goods. They cannot afford to sell  any other kind and keep our business  very long.  If our farmer friend had purchased  his'shaes at home, he would- have re-.  ceived=good-shoesr=-niade=by=-aVreput^  able maker, and, he would have kept  hiB money at home���������������������������a little help  towards making his dream of the  city's limits reaching his farm come  truef  It  It a truism which  cannot  be too often repeated, that lost  wealth may be  replaced  by industry, lost knowledge by study,  lost  health   by   temperance ��������������������������� or  medicine���������������������������but lost time Is gone  forever.    Life, however short, Is  made still shorter by waste of  time. > Whan   you   waste   time  you waste snergy, vitality  and  character.    It means the waste  of opportunities which will never  come back.    Time  itself never  works; it eats and undermines,  and  rots,'and' rusts,   and    destroys.    But Time never works.  It  only  gives you  an  opportunity to work.   Who are the people that are doing things���������������������������the  leisurely,  lazy  people who are  killing time, who have nothing  to do but to eat,-sleep and go'  "joy-riding?"v   Not  so  far   as  any  one   can   notice���������������������������they  are  the  almost-drlven-to-death  men,  who are busy all day and every,  day from January to December.  These  are  the  public  spirited  men, men who can find time to  preside  at  philanthropic   meetings,   who   are   always   found  capable of doing a little more.  Rely upon it, if you are a miser  of moments, if you hoard up and  turn to good account odd   minutes and   half-hours and   unexpected holidays, more opportunities will come to you, and some  day you will be richer in money,  richer In  mind, richer In' good  deeds harvested, than thousands  whose time ie all their own.  (Copyright,' 1H0, byW. G. Chapman.)  Worthy of the Avbrld s  best music  To most of us the chance to hear human playing  of good music comes infrequently. Only in the  great cities are the appetites of the music-hungry  satisfied.  Even then one can hear but a small.  part of all the worth while concerts.  Fortunately for those who love the masters of the past, and who  have the judgment to recognize in present day composers the  masters of the future, there is the Edison  Phonograph. It is worthy of Wagner, of  Bach, of Puccini. The clear, sweet tone,  remarkable in its purity, is simply a translation of human music into your own home.  Unless you have heard the newest Edisons,  you have no conception of their wonderful  mellow quality. -You never realized that  such beauty could be applied to sound.  Ask your Edison dealer to play one of  the Blue Amberol Records���������������������������then you wiU  know that the whole world of good music  ���������������������������past and present���������������������������is open to you.    ^        , Edison Amberol* I,  .   Hu Diamond-Point Repro-;  ducer, double ipring motor,.  I40IU,  worm gear drive aod auto-,  malic, itop.. Beautifully'de-.  ���������������������������ignedinmahi  walnut and oal  ly.Circataaa  A complete line of Eduon Phonograph* and Records will be found at.  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  Bell Block - J. E. Crane,- Proprietor *. "  Says a prominent western merchant who is also the president of  the business men's league, "There  seems to be a kind of feeling of self-  pride among the people tnat they are  doing the right thing when they  send away for their goods, even if  they do not get them any cheaper. I  do not think it is done because of  any malice or ill-will towards the  home merchants, but more for the  feeling that it shows business���������������������������that  one has prominent affairs���������������������������going to  the postoffice and buying a money  order and in a few days get a big  package by mail or express." .' ;  Is that the way you feel? Don't  you think we would feel better and  have more ���������������������������pride 'if that'new' post-  office or station or court house',was  rising rapidly for visitors to see and  say to their selves, "I guess Enderby  is some place."  Isn't that the way you wapt people  to talk about Endertby���������������������������your home  town? Then let's get together and  give our merchants a square deal,- as  well as ask 'it   of   them.  John Johnson  SALMON ARM,'.B.  C. V  Box 644'    ' ' '      "     1   -    ^ Phone 6H  Licenced   Auctioneer.'"'   Sales attended to promptly. ~ Terms, on application, or through the Walker.'Press.  SECRET SOCIETIES  , the Spring,sampl(  is nothing that y  home."   Real quality, artistic finish, ^harmonious blend-'  ,ingr beautiful shades..   COME AND' SEfr THEM A->" >  '   "', * * * ��������������������������� '   ,   ' =' t- . ���������������������������    ''  ENDERBY MUSIC [STORE   J. E. Crane,. Prop..  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. '40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or sfter thf  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. ViUftihg  brethren cordially invited  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  W. M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  Lime and sulphur solution for  spraying, in l and 4 galbn/tins, at  the Enderby Hardware . Co.', in Enderby hotel block. -  As whole families sometimes go insane, so do communities.  ^ ,^1. O.O.-F.  ~^^*<_*������������������j} Eureka Lodge, No. 60  Mee^s every Tuesday evening at 8o'clock, fn I. 0  0. P. hall, Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers al  ways    welcome. W. H. LOGAN,   N. G.  JAS. MARTIN. V. G.  R. E. WHEELER. SeCy,  GEO. BELLAMY, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Mceta every Monday evening  in K. of I'. Hall, Visitors cordially invited to attend.  T. C. CALDER, C. C.  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitableforConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  G.G. CAMPBELL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  1C SKALING, B. A.  Formerly of Vancouver, B. C.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  SHUSWAP &  OKANAGAN BRANCH    -    s ���������������������������.*<������������������_  Daily trains both ways from Sica-;  mous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  South *        ' North-1  bound  read_down.  STATIONS  "^Our Spring   pock"   is now complete"  and we are    ready    to    take care of  your  orders    for    Spring   sowing  of  imothy, elover,    alfalfa and all field  eeds; also Garden   Seeds; which are  11 tested'in our own warehouse.   We  arry a full   line    of fruit and ornamental stock, bee supplies, fertilizers  nd all garden requisites.  Catalogue for the asking.    - -   --  -  THE HENRY SEED HOUSE  A.  R. Macdougall, Proprietor.  524 Kingsway, Vancouver, B. C.  bound  read-up-  ! 10:30 (Lv)   Sicamous  Jet '(Ar) 18:00  ' 11:01 ,           Mara 17:15  11:15 Grindrod 16:59  '11:29 Enderby 16:44  11:55 Armstrong 16:15  j 12:03 '      "Realm 16:07  112:12 Larkin 15:55  12:40 Vernon 15:30  13:00 (Ar)     Ok.  Landing (Lv) 15:15  Without co-operation we have selfishness, and all penalties of life arc  for silfishness.  H. W. BRODIE  'Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  JNO. BURNHAM  Agent  Enderby  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  Afternoon, 3 to 4  Eveninir, 6:30 to 7:M  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sts. ENDERBY  G.  L. WILLIAMS  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.  Money is the measure of power, but  noney for its own sake is not worth  the struggle.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE .  < ���������������������������  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block  No man is to be pittied except the  one who has   not   had    to meet and  ENDERBY, B.C. "surmount difficulties.  ATENTS  Tradc Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  A nyone,f ending t sketch and description may  _._... .-._ lnlon free whetl  able.  Co  DBODKc  or a ecu rift ������������������  ffb Munn & C  ipeeUU notlet, without charge, Iu tbe  quickly aaoartaln our opinion free whether an  slo       "   " -  IctlyconOdc   ������������������������������������������������������,,,.. -  oncy for aecurlftspaUntj.  Invention la probably patentable,  tloni strictly confldentlal ^-������������������������������������������������������  Mint free. Oldest up  .    Comtnunloa-  .HASDBOOK on Pat.uta  Pfctenu taken through Munn & Co. reoelre  Scientific American.  ji handjsmely lUmtrated weekly. Largest air-  tqlotioa of atty eciautlflc Journal. Ttrins for  Canada, |S.7������������������ a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all oevidttaleN.  MUNN & Co *e'B������������������������������������**������������������^ New York  Branch oa>ee, ������������������ F 8t, Washington, D. c7  No   good,    sensible,    working    bee  listens to the   advice of a bedbug on  he subject of matrimony,  Buy your bread tickets at  Joe's. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 23, 1914  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, le a word  each subsequent insertion.  ELDERLY WOMAN  E., Walker Press.  WANTS WORK  PEED OATS���������������������������Am getting in a carload of No. 1 Western leed oats; for  delivery about Saturday, April IS.  For prices apply, H. F. Flewwelling  INDIAN RUNNER DUCK EGGS FOR  hatching. $1.00 per setting of 11.  W.  J." Monk, Grindrod. 3t  STUMPING���������������������������Estimates furnished on  all powder work. H. A. Eogert,  Enderby.  TO RENT���������������������������100 acres n alfalfa. For  particulars apply H. Halliday,  manager Stepney ranch, Enderby.   ���������������������������  FOR SALE���������������������������Pressed brick,  brick, cement and lime.  Russell, Enderby.  common  W.    A.  THE  Enderby Hardware Co  Has a fine line of  Screen Doors  From $1.50 to $2.00  Screen Windows  35c and 40c  Screen Wire Cloth  Finer than ever  Also a fine line of  ������������������ British America Paint  (made in British Columbia)  $2.75 per Gallon;   85c per quart  Just received, a shipment of  JOHNSON'S AriTISTiC WOOD FINISH  Try a sample  Enderby Hotel Block  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Drill Hall, Kamloops, B. C,"  will be received at this office until 4  P. M., on Thursday, May 7, 1914, for  the construction of the aforesaid  building.  Uncle Sam Takes Strong Hold Upon  the Mexican Situation at Tampico  After patiently enduring many in-1 the whole population to their significance and such to impress on General  Huerta himself the necessity of seeing  to it that no further occasion for explanations and professed regret fcfhould  arise.  "This government can,  I earnestly  hope, in no    circumstances, be forced  into war with the   people of Mexico.  Mexico is torn by civil strile.     If we  are to accept   the   texts   of its own  constitution it    has   no government.  General Huerta has set his power up  in the City of   Mexico, such as it is,  without   right   and   by   methods for  which there can   be, no justification!  Only part of the country is under his  control.      If   armed    conflict should  unhappily come as a result of his attitude of personal resentment toward  this government,   we should be fighting only    General   Huerta and those  who adhere   to   him   and   give   him  their support,    and our object would  be only to   restore   to the people of  the distracted    republic   the     opportunity to set up again their own laws  and their own government.  "But I earnestly   hope that war is  not now in question.     I believe that  I speak for the American people when  I say that we   do not desire to control in any degree   the affairs of our  sister republic.      Our   feeling for the  people of Mexico   is one of deep and  genuine   friendship,    and     everything  that we have so far done or refrained  from doing    has   proceeded from our  desire to help them, not to hinder or  embarass them.     We would not even  wish to exercise   the   good offices of  friendship without their welcome and  consent.       The   people of Mexico are  entitled to settle   their own domestic  affairs in their own way, and we sincerely desire to    respect their rights.  The pTesent. situation need have none  of the   grave  complications of interference if we   deal, with it promptly,  firmly and wisely.  "There can "in what we do, be no  thought of aggression or of selfish  aggrandizement. - We. seek to maintain the dignity and authority of the  United States only because we wish  always to keep our great. influence  unimpaired for the uses of liberty,  both in the United States and where  ever it may be employed for the benefit of mankind."  Congress unanimously endorsed the  policy of President Wilson, and voted  ?50,000,000    to   carry    on   the work.  > <>f<>i<>+c4<>+<H<>4<>4<>+<>4<^  Plans, specification and form of  "ontract can be seen and forms of  tender obtained at the office of Mr.  Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect,  Victoria, B.C.; on application to tbe  Caretaker of Public Buildings, Kamloops, B.C., and at this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  - made-on-the- printed^forms^ suppliedy  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In the case of  firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of  residence of each member of the firm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  hank, payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)  of the amount of the tender, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department dons not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R.   C,   DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa,  April  S,  1914.  Newspapers   will    not   be paid  for  this advertisement   if   they insert it  without  authority    from  the  Department.���������������������������59225.  suits from General Huerta, provision  al president and 'dictator of Mexico,  the United States government has at  last taken   steps   to   enforce respect  from   the   federal    Mexicans.      Some  days ago a number of American marines    were   placed   under   arrest   at  Tampico,    but   were    afterwards    released   by   the   Mexican   authorities,  and the regrets   of the officers implicated   expressed    for   the   occurence.  An apology in   the   way of a 21-gun  salute    was    demanded   by   Admiral  Mayo, in command   of   the American  fleet at Tampico,    and President Wilson, with Congress and the people at  his back, supported the demand made  by Admiral   Mayo.      General Huerta  refused   to   make   the    apology, and  began to set   conditions which meant  that the    salute   would be ordered if  the American government would simultaneously salute the Mexican colors  ���������������������������a demand that President Wilson refused to consider for a moment.  Huerta was given until 6 o'clock  Sunday afternoon to make the apology. It was not made. American  ships were ordered to Tampico, and  the combined fleet should be in readiness for action at Tampico and Vera  Cruz today. Just what, this action  will be has not been stated. In his  special message to Congress on Monday afternoon, President Wilson recited the numerous affronts suffered  by American marines and others,  leading up to the demand for the  apology, and then said:  "So far as I can learn, such wrongs  and annoyances have been suffered  only to occur against representatives  of the United States. I have heard  of no complaints from other governments of similar treatment. Subsequent explanations and formal apologies did not and could not alter the  popular impression, which.it is possible it had been the object of the  Huertista authorities to create, that  the Government of the United States  was being singled out and might be  singled out with impunity for slights  and affronts in retaliation for it- refusal to recognize the pretenses of  General Huerta to be regarded as the  constitutional provisional president  of the Republic of Mexico.  '���������������������������'The manifest danger of soich a situation was that such offences might  grow from bad to worse until something happened of so gross and intolerable a sort as to lead directly and  inevitably to armed conflict. It was  necessary that the apologies of Huerta and his representatives should go  much further, that they should' be  such as to   attract   the attention of  ONE REASON  WHY YOU SHOULD WEAR  ART CLOTHES  They ara made in a factory devoted exclusively to making  clothes to measure. They do not make ready-to-wear  goods. Therefore, when we take your measure and send  it in, the clothes are made to that measure right from the  cloth and are not some ready-made garments altered so  as to conform to measurement sent in. That is why ART  CLOTHES always satisfy and why our orders this Spring  have exceeded those of last Spring. See our samples.  We guarantee satisfaction in every way.  Grocers Men'6 Wear Shoes  #*���������������������������-  WHITE PEKIN DUCK EGGS for  hatching; $1.00 for setting of 11.  MRS. JNO. McKAY, Waterside,  Enderby. .ml2-8t  Spring  Neckwear  For men desiringsomething just  a little bit better than the regular run. All new stock and all  the best quality. Also belts for  summer wear; fancy and plain  shirts; light footwear, light underclothing, silk and balbriggan  hose for all. Shirts of every  size. Come in and inspect our  new stock of men's wear.  Hardware  and  Garden Tools  Garden Seeds  Everything to start the Garden  Work and keep it moving.  W. J. Woods  Co-operate  and  and find fault.  assist���������������������������not criticise  NOTICE is hereby given that James  R. Linton, of the City of Enderby, in  the County of Yale, lumberman, has  by deed of assignment, made in pursuance of the "Creditors' Trust Deeds  Act'' and Amending Acts, dated the  13th day of April, A.D. 1914, assigned  all his real and personal property,  credits and effects which may be  seized or sold or ���������������������������attached ��������������������������� under "execution or the "Execution Act'' or  attachment, to Noah H. Kenny, of  the said City of Enderby, millwright,  for the general benefit of his creditors  A meeting of thc creditors will be  held at the Enderby Hotel, in the  said City of Enderby, at 2 o'clock in  the aftcrno n, on Wednesday, the 23th1  day of April, A.D. 1914, for the giving of directions with reference to  the disposal of the estate.  And notice is hereby further given  that all creditors and others having  claims against the estate are required  to file the same with the Assignee on  or before the 30th day of May, A.D.  1914, with full particulars of their  claims duly verified, and the nature  of the securities.if any, held by them.  All parties indebted to the said estate are requested to pay the  amounts of their indebtedness forthwith to the Assignee.  And notice is hereby further given  that after the 30th day of May, A.D.  1914, the Assignee will proceed to distribute the assets amongst the creditors of whose debts or claims he  shall then have had notice, and be  will not be responsible for the assets  An essential factor in achiev ng success in a retail business is ADVERTISING���������������������������telli g the buyers of your community what yau have.for them.  One doesn't need to be exceptionally clever or -a   genius,  to be a success, but one mu t have an.aim,   and pursue  it resolutely  and intelligently*  The businesses that are pros ering and expanding are  those that purposefully seek out new customers and  place before both old and new customers the news of  their service, in the form of newspaper  advertising.  ANOTE TO THE PUBLIC  WHO SERVE YOU BEST-BUSY OR HALF-BUSY  MEN ? BUSY OR HALF-BUSY SHOPS ? WHERE IS  YOUR CUSTOM MOST DESIRED AND APPRECIATED ? IS IT NOT AT THOSE SHOPS WHICH  STRETCH OUT THE HAND OF WELCOME AND INVITATION���������������������������IN THE FORM OF ADVERTISEMENTS IN  THE   ENDERBY  PRESS?  ntfj  or any part thereof so distributed  to  any_ creditors ofwhose debt or claim  he shall not   then   have received notice.  Dated at Vernon,   B. C, this 17th  day ol April, A.D. 1914.  NOAH H. KENNY,  Assignee.  OUTTON'O  OEEDO  for garden and farm ore best  for B.C. soil. See Catalogue for  solid guarantee of purity  and germination  Sond now for Copy free  Sutton 5 Sons.Tho Kind's Socdmon  R������������������ocLin������������������ England  A.sl.Wo o d w a rd  Victoria     &\      Vancouver  ������������������l������������������ Fori- Sr. 667Granville Sr.  SOIC AGENTS rOR BRITISH COLUMBIA  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of the Mara District is now out.   GET  ONE,  Chat. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard,Mara,B.C  Enderby twenty-three years ago

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