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 /' v-'~" ���������������������������  v  IJ  Enderby, B.C., May 7, 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  -Vol. 7; No/10; Whole No. 322.-  /���������������������������  News in Brief of Enderby and  District of Interest Far and Near  FINE BASEBALL  City Council Strikes a.Rate of  26 1-2 Mills to Increase Revenue  A. Fulton returned from the North  'on Saturday.  Alderman Grant has added an auto  to his business comforts.'.  Hon. Price -Ellison was a passenger  on the south-bound' last Thursday.  These - are Kodak days, and A.  Reeves is supplying the requirements  of the Kodakers.  Mrs.- Jas. Bell of Mara .spent the  week-end with her sister, Mrs. Jas.  Graham, Enderby.  .Mrs. E. J. Mack will receive on  Wednesday afternoon, May 13th, and  not again until October. ���������������������������   *  ���������������������������Some   person'  unknown left a,rain  - coat in the Council Ohamjbec on Tues-  ^     day'evening of last week.^  Harry Strickland, ,qf New Denver,  */is. visiting his ybrother Chas. E., at  \i* the Lone Pine^Dairy farm. -"  . .,,; The regular meeting-of the Hospital  ��������������������������� .'Auxiliary will be held in the City Hall,  <,-'.Thursday,-(to-day) at"3pim: '7" 7,'  - -    -".Bought'and Paid. For' was put on  - * at  the Opera   House . last - Saturday  ' evening to a very .slim house.  ��������������������������� '-'-^Miss Margery- Sibball,, after, a-visit  -of several   weeks    at.  Palm   Beach,  Fla.,-paid Mrs.1 Sidney Speers a short  "visit-the past week.  W.  J.  Curtis, piano   tuner, will be  in Enderby about May 8th.     All or-  - defs   left    with J. E.  Crane will receive prompt, attention.  H., F. Flewwelling will receive his  first, carload of Royal Household  flour and of feed, from the famous  Ogilvie Mills this week.  " '" S. L. Taube, of the' Taube Optical  Company, Calgary, was in town on  Wednesday    looking    after    the     eye  - needs of   his   many   friends and patrons.  '   Thoa.    Wilkinson,    manager of   the  Barnum Poultry Ranch, was taken to   the._. Armstrong _hogpital last Friday  suffering   from  a   severa  phneumonia.  Fifteen or twenty Enderby baseball  fans took- a run to Vernon yesterday J  J. Miya-Gawa,    a    newspaper man  afternoon to   witness the first league!" The City    Council    met   in regular  Public schools,   gov.  grant..   3,390 00  from    Japan,    and    member    of    the game 0f the season, .- played between   session last'   Monday    evening.     The  Sundries      -    48.83  Northern    Press    Syndicate,    visited  Vernon and Kelowna." - It was a fine   business  of greatest   importance  put "      ���������������������������   _       ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������-:-^-  Enderby this week enroute on a walk-  exhibition; said to be the .best game  through was in  'relation to the new      Total   estimated  revenue...$33,650.00  ing tour of the   Dominion.  . Mr. Mi7  0f baseball   ever    seen in the Okana | building    by-law,   which    passed two    ��������������������������� /Expenditure  ja-Gawa was for years translator of  gan.     Kelowna    got    the    only   run* readings.       There   'was    present the   Bank "Montreal,  1913  a;ct....$ 7;796.89  the Nagasaki Press, and is now get-  made'in the    game,'    and   this    was   Mayor   and   Aldermen    Dill,     Grant;   Bonded  indebtedness' ���������������������������.    3,446.37  ting "material for    a book of travels,   made in the eighth inning on a drive. Murphy and Robinson.  to be published in Japan; _      I through the territory    of the' Vernon I-   Twenty-six and-one-half mills is the  Sam McGuire-and auto"'party going. shor* stoP-     There were three errors 1 tax���������������������������rate struck by. the. Oity Council,  to Vernon' Wednesday.afternoon, had..marked UP against Vernon,-and none -This is an increase of seven mills over*  School loan iht. &,skg:fd.... 1,827.92'"  City Hall, int.' & skg fd,.....'.-" .46^91.7,  Cemetery   int~'& skg'.fd ......  *',187.i6;V  Maintenance_ of school'.........   8,382.00  a very narrow   escape "from a serious  aSai"st' Kelowna/ ��������������������������� Dale,  for -"Vernon,' last-year's    rate..      The'greater-part] Police' dept., 'salaries,-., etc...: --l;350J.60y^MlA  accident when   about - five miles out made-two   2-baggers, "and' ' '    "'   "-*-    ' J    ' "*"   ~~Aa  o:j~ ""       i"1' "'   "  of ^ Vernon. -   He    was' running on a  case, died on 'second.   Besides  l' in    each  of    this    increased    levy -was," made j City���������������������������-Hall maintenance"':.':....."- -550.00 y.;"f'X7--  les these 2-1 necessary owing    to the deficit show-: Maintenance of ' roads, ���������������������������etc.y.y4l,400tO0yV\ ���������������������������;���������������������������';:--:;  flat  tire    and    the   machine  skidded  baggers    Vernon    made     one   single, j ing bn-last year's business.   The rate ;Fire  department  over a    20-foot   embankment' into a -Kelowna made   one base hit-the'hit of 19* mills which was levied^in'1913   Light  'department  fence and there stopped fight side up  that scored the run-  and,with nobody hurt.  proved, inadequate for the require-  McKiver and Kelly-were Kelowna's' ments of the city," and it is the-pur-  battery, and~ Williams' -and Dale the , pose of .the" present council. to~ raise,  battery", for- Vernon. . < McKiver let | sufficient, revenue;; to , meet "the needs'Assessment" ...  two men to- first on'I'ballsf androf-the-various departments.. 'The 7-  Harold, of-' Kamloops, accompanied; /Wiiiiams one; -while ^Williamsx-struck!'rnills^ increase': will raise $4,000 more  by Mr.   StClaire, yyisited Endertoy���������������������������on'out- "four ."and   'McKi'vef-eight. :-The thaiiUast year.'s"- revenue," "which -sum  Mr. and Mrs.'Bmbra, of New Westminster,    L.Mrs.   "'Jackson    and "son  - .300.00. -. ^^.^-|  7-,650\6q,;'775;^  '     250.00;^.^.;^.  y ,-300:00'iJr:'4i\  7 7l6p.00|^fc:r|l  ' Municipal elections. -::.:.\;::;..,..'v^y\j60^0?f^|S|l  Int.- on temporary:ioans{-...".'!.}">������������������206:00^^1^1  Health7department  ....:...  Clerk's salary .'   Printing' -" & stationery v ?.  paid him-a surprise visit. .   -'   .    ,-.  ���������������������������"$*���������������������������- i"' . ,���������������������������- .' : vy - -  It'-was stated last_week that a linotype machine . would be -installed in  the Press ; office this i week. But it  wasn't.- We_ "did- not reckon on the  swiftness of the C. P. R. molasses  limited from Sicamous. It'will take  as long to get the' machine from  -Sicamous to Enderby���������������������������23 miles���������������������������as it  .IN THE - INTERE ST -OF - ALL -.  ��������������������������� We"'wish- to^reiterate^wKat'-'we bavel *&*& Montreal," c6updn-.3^..-.".?V720T00;  Peter, Johnson, Miss .'Carlson,  30f00  Okanagan    .Telephpne- Co.......7    v6.75  <J.'LV"Ruttan,:bal school ac:.-'1,151.00  time and again said: The columns of  the Press, are open to any one. to discuss, criticise' or   condemn either the  writings of "the editor or anyone else! Madelene;Johnsohi Miss Carl  writing in the .-Press for any article |    son ."hoard for' April*....  or series of articles that may appear  Okanagan Telephone' Co .  R.-Lawes, asking "\that\a--reasbnable7'^iv^'"Si  amount of nthe current ---year's"- road?..^f705tf|  appropriation be Tspentj in^ne'jre-^j^i^^F  pair^ and straightening and* 'widehing-'-^ ,"jT, '-'"-f*  oiFthe',NewJ road..   "Referred to JtheJ". ..Si  required to get it from San Francis- ("in "these    columns       We  -make   this \ Taylor,  Harvey,  et_"al.  30.00  6.50'- boards of works to look into the mat:  25.00   tef and "report to  the,Council at the  attack   oi  co to Sicamous-almost.     If'the lino   statement b'ecause so many' have per-1 Ths  WalIcer Press,  ptg,  etc...      48.75   next meeting.' .  , '  -'-���������������������������   ���������������������������      '"sonally take exception to the articles -A-   Reeves,'stationery    ' 13.80[    *am -/!���������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������i.a^  appearing in the Press,under the cap-, Murrin  Hardware  Co  ;,.-sl  can climb into a freight car at "Sica-1 sonally take exception to the articles  mous it will probably reach Enderby ''"" "" i'u~ "        ���������������������������j - *������������������������������������������������������  Aid., Grant,  chairman'of the board  4.50 ! of- works and his worship'the Mayor,  Mr. and. Mrs. F. Fravel write from  Edmonton that they are living near  the exposition grounds, and will always have the latch-string out for  their Enderby friends.  Mrs. W. J. Thompson received  word the past week-of the death, at  MacGregor, Man., of her mother,  Mrs. Margaret Moore, a resident of  MacGregor district since 1882.  Joe is preparing to give his Enderby patrons the finest bread on the  market. He is making a milk loaf  that is highly recommended and he  urges his friends to buy direct from  the bakery to make sure of getting  this bread.'  The opening day at the tennis club  courts     last     Saturday     afternoon  this week���������������������������or next.       <���������������������������*  There was no meeting of the committees having in hand the arrangements for Empire Day 'celebration,"on  May 25th, on Tuesday evening, owing  to. the non-attendance of the members of the committees. Only four  .people^were_present, _so. great is the  interest taken in the project. It is i  now certain that a baseball team,  will come from Vernon-, and Salmon  Arm, and the- intermediate team  trom Armstrong will play the Enderby boys. The Armstrong football  team will play Enderby, and the  Armstrong band has been secured.  tion,   ".Sinning    Against - Your Home   w\ G- Pel1     ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������  6-75   l_������������������ whom .was. referred^'at-the last   ,  Town.''     The   only condition is that' J; S-  Johnstone   2,20 J meeting" to re-draft the [Building', By- \  all criticisms    shall' appear over the  Tora Robinson,    wages   44.90>j law, brought up the, new by-lawlfor'-.  actual name of the writer.   We know; J- M������������������ore,  wages  ....'.'.  10.80 -k consideration.              -      7            - ': r-.���������������������������  as well as anyone that there are two f J-    Johnson,    wages  8.101'   The new bylaw passed two readings';"^  sides"to   this   question -oi    "sinning  B- R-  Schammehorn,    wages." 11.30 | and will be finally dealt "with'at the "-:  against your home town."   ' Many be-{ Jas- -Airth> wages  : - 1.20 j next meeting    of   thc'Council. _   The^  lieve, or appear to believe, that these ' T- Kneal. wages  5.40 j by-law provides   that "any person-6r;.:  ^artlcles^are-^writen^iTi-=nrdPr-to-a-id7B^..Qlford.-, wages   _2'4������������������'i corPoration intending to erect 'of -'re-"'.  j the business   men of Enderby.     ThistL-  Carlyle>  wages    ~ 10T20ynioWlinr^bi:iiiding7^or^to'="make=any^  is a false notion.     They are written  R* R������������������gers>  wages   '7.20   structural    repairs    or alterations .in  and published in   an effort to inspire   Jas- P- Dale'  waSes   6-00! any building,  shall, make .application  more loyalty    to    home interests���������������������������on  the part of the   business men of En-  J.  H.  Carefoot,  wages           9.00 ; t9 the city clerk   for a permit* to doy  R. C. Carson,   wages        I8.7fr so; and the clerk   shall transmit the  derby as well as   of the residents of'0,  Jones>  wages         15.00 j application   to   the   chairman of the-'  the    district.    We    believe one is asi    In reference to Mr. Lawes'  applica-  board of works,   together with plans  ENDERBY PUBLIC SCHOOL  Honor List for April  Div.    1.���������������������������1,     Royal     Murdock;  This provision alters the intent and  much  to  blame    as    the    other.   It tion for water service, the Mayor re  is thc deep, underlying principle that ported that he and Aid. Mack, chair-  we are drawing attention so, not the' ���������������������������an o������������������   the ~ waterworks   committee,  self-interest   of   the   men in business had    interviewed   Mr.    Lawes, as de-  or the self-interest of the men out of sired   b>'   the   Council,   and had ar- j purpose and largely does 4way with  business.     The   big   thought back of rIvetl at a satisfactory understanding! any   building   regulations of tbe old  Douglas Dow; 3, Kenneth Strickland,; it aU .g slmpl tMg. We are u h with him; and that if anything of thc by-law, and makes non-effective the  4, Charles Murdock; 5,  James Pound; ���������������������������    ���������������������������  and specifications, who shall approve  of same before the clerk may issue  the-permit-applied for      6, Louise Paradis.,  Div. 2  ;. in the district as one big family, each, nature of a    tank or    reservoir were  regulations of   the new, which are in  j one striving to make a living and at' needed, same    would be built by Mr.   the main similar   to  tho regulations  . 1     ��������������������������� .      n        ���������������������������   T ..   i ������������������"������������������ ^'���������������������������""s to mime a .uving  o    ���������������������������       ,? '     ������������������  V ' the same time to build ourselves and' LaW(!s at his own expense.  Watson;    3,    Ella    Johnson        B���������������������������1,  _*,���������������������������    .. . . . _,  the   district   up.      By   working   to-  proved   highly    encouraging   .to  the j Ruth,   Carlson;    3',   Esther    Carlson  officer and members  who are making! B���������������������������1, Arvid    Antilla;" 2, Roy Strick  ....         ���������������������������r.      __,    ..Ul���������������������������,���������������������������6    w_.    The Mavor   also reported, in refen-  JosepMne^ Paradis;    2,   Annie Funk;   ^^ each 8Upporting and boosting! ence to tbe sand understood to have  'the other, we   can   do this.     But if! been had from    the city by Mr. Rut-  Lorne.. Landon;   2,  we take all   we   can   get   out of the I tan, that Mr.    Ruttan had seen him  3, Iva Evans. .  Div.    3.   A���������������������������1  such efforts to make the season a  success. The attendance was large,  and the playing interesting.  Dr. Keith took "some snap shots of  the wagon road to Mabel lake one  day the past week, after he had ridden over it in an auto. At the point  where the picture was taken tbe road  is worse than a plowed field. If a  drag had been drawn over it a month  ago it    could    have    been   made   as  land; 3, Archie Thomson.  other fellow and the district and give'in answer to the Council's communi-  nothing in return���������������������������if we rob the dis-j cation,. and had' stated that he had  trict of its dollars and send them to   had sand hauled    to  the city's sand  Dl7"  A4* '     A7,l,y;.Agnes- Thorn; 2,  enrich other   districts���������������������������or    the large! heap to replace that borrowed by him  Greta Andersen;    3, Cecil Sherlow; 4,  eastern cities, for instance���������������������������where are  The following   estimates of revenue  ��������������������������� , ������������������������������������������������������,   r   .,     ���������������������������.���������������������������      ��������������������������� . ���������������������������      ^., ���������������������������  all. better off?   If those dollars stay  Ted Peelj 5, May Miller; 6, RenaDill.' 0+  Unrnn .    , .   . ���������������������������   ... ���������������������������    .���������������������������    ./  a-B^J ^li.'-'B'  MJJ,,,,.: e    at home t0 be   spent an the distnet,  smooth as a    turnpike, but now the,1, Antoinette   Paradis; 2, Henry Vo-  clay   has   hardened,   and   the   great gel^ 3> Ella McKay.  ragged edged ruts   cut auto tires to  Alvin^Woods.yB   1,    June Fravel; 2   the doUarg comin     ivom io make us  and expenditure,  were brought up for  Dorothy Keith;   3,    Henry Walker; 4,' nl1; hfttJ.op nff ,   Tf fh_ ^n���������������������������_ ^_  final action.  Revenue  Cash on hand,  Jan. 1st  .$  Sundry  accounts,  1913   General tax and school levy  @ 26J mills, and 7 mills  on extra-municipal district 21,317.36  C���������������������������Bessie Bell; 5, Marion Fravel; 6  Osborne Taylor; 4, Clarence Burnham; 5, Clifford Wheeler.  Div.   5.       A���������������������������1,    Vera   Sharpe;    2,  Joyce Ruttan;'   3,  Violet Grant.   B���������������������������  pieces,    and   there   seems   to   be no  remedy now but to   wait and Jet the  ���������������������������traffic over the road wear it down.  S0.00  922.25  you and I will get some of them  back. If we boost the district we  shall get some of that back also.  And we shall all be better off. Yes,  indeed; there   are   two   sides to this  question���������������������������and  we cannot escape them  Waterworks  system    .'5,671.50,  -we cannot escape   the consequences i Trade "censes    1,250.00 j half couId legally turn on water  of either.  now in force.  The new by-law also provides that  a fee shall be paid for a permit,  based upon the following schedule:  For a building to the value of $500,  50c; to the value of $1,000, $1; $2,000,  $1.50; and anything over $2,000, $2.  The clerk drew attention: to the  application of the Enderby Brick &  Tile Co., to haoe the water turned  on their property, which had been in  the office since April 8th, and had  not been attended to; and stated  that he had been informed that the  company had now turned the water  on. Decided to charge for water as  from April 8th, and to inform the  company that only an employee of  the city duly   authorized in that be-  Road  tax       400.00'    A letter   was    received    from Mrs.  Dog  tax       100.00! JaQuest.  making    application for the  Reduce the high    cast of living by  paying cash    for    your milk tickets;     Youvcannot   make    the ground too j Police dept, fines & fees      300.00 !���������������������������usc-01, foe    central    portion    of   the  12 quarts for $1.00, from H.Greyell.   j mellow for potatoes. ���������������������������[Cemetery, sale   of lots      280.00 j [Continued on last page] THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May"7, 1914  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by Che Walker Press.  Advertising- Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. SI an inoh per month.  Legal Notices: 12c a line first insertion; 8c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals; 15c a line.  MAY 7, 1914  for    the'  farmers   this    year   in   the  handling of the crops.  In spite of the fact that the coast  cities are and have been seriously  embarrassed by the financial stringency, and are only slowly recovering,  Mr. Walker says the feeling in business and financial" circles is that as  soon as the crops begin to move and  the summer operations begin in  earnest, there will be no more talk  of- hard times���������������������������and, after all, it is  the talking hard times that makes  hard times.  PROSPERITY AHEAD OF US  While on a visit to Vancouver last  it  week, Sir Thomas .Shaughnessy, president of the C. P.   R.,    declared that  with   the    passing    of -the   financial  stringency business   conditions in all  parts of   the   Dominion   were gradually   .improving,   and   that an era of  great    prosperity    was   in   store for  Western  Canada   and British  Columbia.     He   declared    that while business had been   quiet    throughout thc  Dominion,  a  great  improvement  had I  shown    itself    recently,    and this he',  said,    would    continue.      Conditions, i  especially in the West, were brighten-:  ing rapidly,   and   he   believed that a  full tide of   prosperity for all classes  would soon be experienced.  A3 to the work of the C. P. R.,Mr.  Shaughnessy declared that every effort was being put forth to finish as  soon as possible the extensive con- J  struction work now well under way j  in this Province. Tunnel boring in J  the Selkirks, double-tracking and the  terminal improvement work in V*an-  -eo'^vc-r-^-were^being-^rushed^iri^order^to  meet the greatly increased traffic requirements. By next year he expected a service would be inaugurated  on the Hope Mountain route of tbe  Kettle Valley line, giving direct connection from Vancouver to the Okanagan Valley.        '  NOW  A  THIN6_Q.F_THB_nAaT_-  Hon. D. M. Walker and Mrs. Walker  of Winnipeg, are spending a few weeks  in Enderby, enroute from California  and Honolulu, where Mrs. Walker  spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Walker  are Canadian pioneers, and were prominently associated with the building  up of Winnipeg when it was abornin'.  They were there when old Fort Garry  was all there was of it. Judge  Wal'cer was for five years a member  of the Norquay government, as  attorney-general, when Manitoba was  in the making; and he has since been  in close touch with the men prominent in the development of the  great   Northwest and   Manitoba.  Mr. Walker states that Canadian  finances were never in a better condition than they now are. In Winnipeg, and he says what is true of  Winnipeg is true of other eastern  cities, the loan companies, trust  companies, and banks, have more  money to loan on legitimate business  propositions than there are borrowers. Thc money stringency is a  thing of the past. Business is again  normal, and he predicts cheap money  'SHOULD PLANT ALFALFA  Every owner of land . suitable for  the growth of alfalfa���������������������������and there is  little land in the Enderby District  that is not suitable���������������������������should plant it  to alfalfa. Great as has been tbe  acreage planted in alfalfa in recent  years on the American continent, the  supply ol this most nutritious of all  fodders, is away below the demand,  and so long as there is a~ market for  pigs, poultry, sheep, cows, horses  and mules, there will be a demand���������������������������  and an ever-increasing one���������������������������for alfalfa  hay, alfalfa meal, - and the innumerable other foods manufactured from  this raw and cured leguminous plant.  While alfalfa has been grown in  America only for the past sixty years  it was recognized in parts of Europe  two thousand years ago as "the best  food." In fact, that is just what  the name "alfalfa" means���������������������������a name  given it and commonly used when it  was scientifically known as lucerne.  In recent months we have been  ���������������������������gathering--infor-mat-ion^relatin"g==tcfTil"  falfa, and thc various manufactured  products which have recently been  put on thc market by alfalfa mills.  We intend to give Press readers the  benefit of this research, when it is  finally compiled. In the meantime,!  and just to show    to what extent al-j  falfa is used, and to what prominency  it has reached as a food���������������������������for animal  and man���������������������������it may be stated that mills  are in operation in some parts bf the  United States that cost from $20,000  up, for the grinding of alfalfa into  meal and other pulverizations. Alfalfa meal and alfalfa flour, for  cooking purposes, are manufactured,  and it is said there is no limit to the  possibilit'ies in this direction. The  M. C. Peters Mill Company, of Omaha, Neb., are the leading manufacturers of alfalfa meals, etc., and this  company, in addition to making its  own machines . which are used commercially for grinding, has developed  a portable; mill suitable for farmers',  use, 'which is sold for $1,800. P It is  a portable mill and can be moved  from stack to stack as required, and  is driven by 20-h'orse-power.  This machine will manufacture from  five to eight tons of meal in ten  hours.  BANKoFMONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  Rest, ;i6,ooo,oeo  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 rates.  .Interest credited 30th June aud 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH  A. E. TAYLOR, Manager  FOUND AT LAST !  "For years in the course of out-of-  town ramblings," says an exchange,  "we have sought for a companion  ambiguous announcement to that immortal notice in the Fall River hotel  which reads: 'Ladies and gentlemen  of the. opposite sex are not permitted  to receive each other in their .bedrooms. There' is a room reserved  down stairs for that purpose.' Last  week in the New Haven House, New  Haven, we found it. Fire escapes  are on all sides of the hotel, but the  guest who happens to walk along any  of the hotel corridors scarcely pauses  to take that fact into consideration,  as he is confronted with this aston-.  ishing .placard: 'In case of fire jump  out of the window and turn to the  left.' "  MIKE HAD A LIMIT  . The following story is told of a  citizen of Atlantic City, proudly  named "Big Mike," who had for  years been earning a living, bronze  medals and undying gratitude, as a  life saver:.  Last summer a grand dame with a  wonderful top-dressing, of blonde wig,  while venturing too far from safety  at a' salt-water resort," was caught'by,  a big wave and the said wig was  washed from its moorings. "Oh,  save my hair !" she yelled at Big  Mike. "Can't you save my hair !"  "Excuse me, lady," replied Mike,  "but I'm a life saver���������������������������not a hair restorer."  ast���������������������������ssstsss  Fix up your House,  and Outbuilding's  Here are c, some   specials in lumber while they last :  Mo. 2, 2x4, per thousand  $ 13.00  No. 2 Lath, per thousand       1.75  Short CordoWood       3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������derby  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  . When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan,, he calls his .  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10 -  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)    ,  King Edward Hotel, LP^Rt>HY Enderby  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 baiked  by a white man.  OF CANADA  When will You Save if  you don't Save NOW ?  CARRY A KODAK  The trips into the hills will be  made so much more interesting. We carry a full line of  supplies���������������������������all new stock.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  HifTSt.. Enderby  Though your salary or income  will no doubt increase, so will  your expenses���������������������������and many find  that the latter more than keep  pace with the former. Now is the  time to start a Reserve Fund���������������������������  and the Savings Department of  the Union Bank of Canada is  the place to keep it.  Deposit the extra you have on  hand now ��������������������������� you can open an  account with any sum, down to  onedollar���������������������������anddrawinterestonit.  Endeiby Branch,      J. W. GiLLMAN, Onager  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 receive irom the department financial  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 oi 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^pre^  pared yet, but it is understood that  it will be along the lines of other  other Valley shows, though somewhat,  restricted to keep within safe limits.  Beginning in May, it is proposed to  hold monthly window exhibitions of  such fruits, flowers and vegetables  as mature at that time, the purpose  being J,o^...encourage,:jniry. growers ;.t.o_  Homeseekers Should ;  Come to Enderby  BECAUSE it is one of the healthiest spots on earth, only two chil-  dren-and- no~ adults-* having -died of  disease, in the last eight years.  BECAUSE, when . you arrive, the  Board of Trade will take you in hand  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 home 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 th������������������ banks of the soft-  flowing Spallumcheen, you will find  good roads already leading to the  site, and all the materials necessary  to,build close at hand.  BECAUSE you will fin'd here all the  advantages -to- be- found"any' place"  produce the stuff when it can be putje]se in the   Valley,   and none of the  on the market   at   its highest price,   disadvantages,  and before the   market is glutted by  OUTTON'Q  for garden and far more best  for B.C.soil. See Catalogue for  solid guarantee of purity  and ������������������ermmation  Send now for Copy free  Sutton SSona.The Kind's Soeclmon  R������������������?adi t������������������,c������������������- E n^Jl and  A . ������������������J . W o o d w a r d  Victoria      J4       Vancouver  <.I5 Fort- St. 667 Granvlllo Sr.  SOU AGENTS FOR BRITISH "COLUMBIA  produce from all directions. . For  instance, in May and June, prizes  will be offered for the fruits and veg-.'  etables 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.  BECAUSE there is work to be had  by, anyone looking for it, in the mills,  j 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 a 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 **  Thursday, May 7, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  EDUC TE THE PEOPLE  Mr. Caskey Thinks. Canada Should do  More  For the Immigrant  H. K. Caskey of the Laymnn's Missionary Movement, said that if the  country could spend twelve million  dollars annually on its military establishment of fifty thousand men to prepare for a possible armed defence,  the Dominion should provide any sum  necessary to properly equip mentally  400,000 imraigrants who came here  annually. Every armory in the country might well be a centre for supervised playgrounds and community  work, with moving-pictures as an  educational feature, musical events  and pageants by the people themselves, addresses on sanitation, health,  citizenship, laws ,and history.  "Canada," he said, "seeks immigration by advertising in the British Isles,  the United States and at least ten  continental countries, and has spent  for that purpose. in 'six years $6,849,-  598, and received fully 1,600,000 immigrants. Surely Canada should spend  in special educational work .for these  honest people at least what she spent  in educational work in getting them  here. Chinese immigrants paid last  year in head taxes $3,523,500, about  $750,000 more than all the churches  in Canada combined contributed to  mission work at home and abroad.  By a careful distribution of the work  Canada is responsible for a population in the foreign field of forty millions."  NEW YORK'S POLICE HEAD  Douglas I. McKay who was appointed   police_._commissioner  of  New  York  City, in succession  Waldo.  to Rhinelander  English Fireproofing Process  In a new English fireproofing process for timber chemicals are used  which do not discolor wood but permit  it to be nailed, glued, painted or  polished as though It had not been  treated.  Where Boys Weave Carpet*  Most of the carpets In India are  ���������������������������woven by boys, who are told by men  watching them how many knots of  each color to tie into the warp, on*  row at a time. ���������������������������  When You Have the Kodak Along  Enderby boys in camp on the shore  of Mabel lake, where many parties  answer  the  ''call of the  wild  each year.  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SSl  n  Under the apple trees at the home of C. W. Little, Mara  An abundant crop of plums is  assured in all Enderby orchards.  England Organizes Turkish Dockyards  Turkey has given English capitalists  contracts to reorganize its naval arsenate and dockyards with all the latest appliances known to naval construction.  8poon to Clip On  A convenient clip has been invented  for holding a spoon on the edge of  a medicine 'glass or cooking utensil  ���������������������������where It will be within reach when  wanted.  To  Raise Submarines  Two   French   engineers   have    invented grappling apparatus which In  tests has successfully  raised sunken  submarines.  Oats,    wheat,    bran,     shorts  chicken supplies at Dill Bros.  and  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Goal mining rights of the- Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  mayfcbe 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 himself. ;  Each application must be accom1-  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 five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity o!  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. 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 purchase whatever  available surface "rights may" be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acrt  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized , publication   nf  this advertisement   will not be paid  for.  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.  If you  CANADIAN MILITIA  8lr William Otter Points Out its Weak-  , ness and Suggests a Remedy  Sir William Otter in the course of  an address on the "Efficiency of the  Canadian Militia," said in part: "The  situation is briefly this���������������������������Canada, rich  and prosperous, with a frontier extending ��������������������������� from the Atlantic to the  Pacific, and from the 49th parallel to  the North Pole, vulnerable onfall  sides, requires by expert computation  a force of 250,000 trained officers and  men, with their attendant reserve,  arms, equipment and transport to insure her safety from -aggression under  probable circumstances, whi.e against  these obligations for her safety her  only present asset is a militia force ���������������������������_  of under 50,000, practically untrained,  and  barely equipped.   , ,  "The militir. force itself has seem- -  ingly but little conception of its weakness, or is lulled into, a blind belief  in its efficiency by the'plaudits of ad-,'  miring friends    at a ceremonial    or  church parade; yet a greater evil appears   in  'hat  the  public, busily  engaged in private affairs, remains , totally  unconcerned    and  oblivious  to",  the dangers which its own enterprise .  is creating."   In offering a remedy for ���������������������������  the conditions which he outlined, the ,  veteran expres^jd the belief that "th'ej-  most economical  and effective mode .'  of, meeting- deficiencies of personnel,. .  training    and    discipline-   is by. the  adoption  of  the  Australian    system, I-  that is, compulsory military ..training-;'-'  in schools and universities;  because  from these sources we" can secure; both.���������������������������''.  officers and men possessed of/a,.fair,  knowledge of the rudiments' of'drill   "  and discipline, thus forming . a" solid '���������������������������_-���������������������������  foundation  upon  which  to prosecute'y :  further advancement." .'  . .   ��������������������������� ."/77,r7.'  The-speaker also" urged theimpdr- ,:  tance  of  keeping rolls .of  the ~ male77  ..- -:^'A  -'r -V '^  population' liable for" military~service'S^.-S'-}xfM  to provide ���������������������������.aV-'reserve',- anliVthe-r'need^^1^!  for more extensive and-suitable train^-^r^fI  ing������������������areas. 'S In regard'- to - the-'latter -h^le s^l>#|  suggested..that',the .several.;Proyihces^^^?^|  might-be asked to assist: in "providing ?!>i'013i|  training "areas'.   ':The'promlnent;weakv^^%^|  nesses' in" the disci'plineVqf/thel-.CanW'V^  adian .mflitia,". 'said ?''Genera^  Vare not apparent on the qutside7,n6rl?'t-75"7^  do they consist in the_ commission of S���������������������������> ;;-;;���������������������������;-  serious ,\ crimes  or exhibitions .of-'-iiir".-'''-'"-^;!  subordination, but, rather.' in, the,- evav  sion of duties and responsibilities,-the"*- --.-"' ,  performance    of    which    cannot'. be~  ayoided without disjointing,the whole   --.���������������������������-���������������������������  structure, of militar>' efficiency.. The . '-.'.'.  principal cause of this deficiency can '  be traced to ignorance of the danger "."  and the laxness.of youthful 'training." \    7y  i  AirALFA PROVERBS  V      ������������������  -    o  By Charles M. Carroll  Alfalfa. enriches the ground.  =Alfalfa^ls=a==-drouth���������������������������resisterf==  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My new booklet descriptive of thc Mara District is now out.   GET   ONE,  ChasW. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B.C  If >/ou have more chicks than  you know what to do with, it is  all right to let them drink in deep  basins. Few of us have too  many, however.  The hatching season should be  all done by the end of the month.  Alfalfa is  the  best  soil  doctor.  Alfalfa increases the milk flow.  Alfalfa is high in feeding value.  Alfalfa balances the corn ration.  ,  Grow your protein���������������������������don't buy it.  Alfalfa'sod grows larger corn crops.  Alfalfa is the  greatest of all sub-  sollers.  -   Alfalfa  keeps- stock -In -good  con-   dltion.  Alfalfa should be grown on  every  farm.  An alfalfa field is a hog's idea of  heaven.  Pox tall  Is the greatest enemy of  alfalfa.  Growing  alfalfa  is  good    business  farming.  Alfalfa means more money and better homes.  Raise what you feed and feed what  you raise. *  Alfalfa does things and never loafs  on the job.  'Alfalfa with a fair chance always  makes good.  Alfalfa fills the hay mow and pays  tor the privilege.  World's Highest  Hotel  The   highest   hotel   In the United  States will  be  erected  ir  California  at an elevation of 12,000  feet above"-  sea level.  Buy your bread tickets at  Joe's. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May. 7, 1914  i)  ONtffP  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier, Healthier Lifa  By thc Philosopher-Physician  GEORGE   F.  BUTLER,   A.   M.,   M. D,  A KANSAS OPINION  The following is an extract taken | "It is time to change and get to-  froni the Emporia, Kans., Gazette, jgether. It is time to begin to .reform  edited by William Allen White, one of-! ourselves and not our neighbors, by  the leading writers of the United buying everything at home whether  States: the neighbors do   or not.     And now  "I'he man who buys his goods of a  is the time to begin.      The thing to  mail   order   house    and   expects   his'do is for all of us to turn over anew  neighbors in   Emporia   to buy goods leaf."  of him, or to buy labor of him, or to I -���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  buy professional services of him, is 7 We wanted to say something Use  economically a leech. He is sucking j that .ourselves, but we were afraid it  industrial blood out of the town an;Vlwas too strong, so .we simply quote  gives none back. He-sends-his pro-!what-Mr. White says to show that  fits out of town like a foreigner, and others have pretty strong views on  has no more .-ight to a standing in t-nis mail order business as well as  the community than a foreigner.    We .ourselves.  are all neighbors industrially in this J \yc want to ask you two fair ques-  town, and the man who sends away.-tions: are you willing to buy the  for his goods is not one of us. He goods you require here in Enderby if  is of another industrial system, and you are assured that you will do as  does not deserve the support that is weu as by sending away? Are you  given him. j willing   to   give   the   matter a    fair  "The trouble in Emporia is this: trial and find out the facts of the  So many merchants buy their good; case ? jf so will you take your mail  away from home that a systematic :Grder catalogue ,to your local dealer  jealousy has sprung up." The dry; an(1 ask him fairly and squarely if he  goods dealers don't feel that they I can fUi-nista goods of the same quality  have to buy their furniture at home, !at the same ?riceS) after allowing for  because the furniture men's wives buy jthe expenses you would have to pay  the* dry goods away from home. for raail and express charges ? Un-  The same quarrel exists in every line ;less you will do this> you are not  of t.-a.de. It is disheartening andjtrue to the interests of Enderby, and  distressing and paralyzing to  business interests of this town.  t^ithe opening remarks of Mr. White ap-  !ply to your case.  BEECHER'S FARM CREED  We believe that our soil-,loves to  eat, as well as its owner, and -ouglu  therefore to be liberally fed.  We believe in large crops which  leave the land better than they found  it���������������������������making the farmer and the farm  both glad at once.  We believe in going to the bottom  of things, and, therefore, in deep  ploughing and enough of it. All the  better with a subsoil plough.  We believe that every farm should  own a good farmer.  We believe that the best fertilizer  for any soil is spirit of industry, enterprise and intelligence. Without  this, lime and gypsum, bones and  green manure, marl and guano will  be of little use.  We believe In good fences, good  barns, good farm houses, good stock,  good orchards and children enough to  gather  the fruit.  We firmly disbelieve In farmers  that will not Improve; in farms that  grow poorer every year; in starving  cattle; in farmers' boys turning into  clerks and merchants; in farmers'  daughters unwilling to work, and in  all farmers ashamed of their vocation  or who drink whiskey until hone?'  people are ashamed of them.���������������������������Hen?  "W5rd^B"ei^h"eY.~ _^���������������������������^_^���������������������������^____^  An" Important   River  The River Seine, its branches and  canals connect the city of Rouen with  one-fifth  the  area and  one-third   the  population of France.  j New Scissors Sharpener  I    A scissors  sharpener    patented by  ' a New Jersey    Inventor  is  provided  with a guide so that the blades are  applied at the correct angle.  Some men consider home thc  place to redistribute the hard  knocks and unpleasant things  they get in the world outside.  The cross word said to you on  the street, the wrangle in business, should not produce a crop  of ill-temper to be harvested at  dinner time. When I see a sen>  sitive, delicate woman with a  heart like June sunshine, slied-  ding its brightness in a home  and upon hearts as unapprecia-  tive and cold as a glacier; when  I see such a soul, created to  shine and cheer and bless, mated  to a cold and cranky husband,  I am t&mpted to wonder if eternal vigilance is not at fault���������������������������  fallen asleep like the careless  deck watch, and letting human  lives go to pieces on the breakers, when they might have outridden all the billows of the sea  and entered triumphant into the  port of peace. There is many a  home today where love is slowly  dying under the torture inflicted  by a sarcastic tongue. We  should learn the etiquette that  teaches us to be more gentlemanly and ladylike as fathers  and mothers, brothers and sisters, parents and children. The  man is a coward who is civi  only where he dare not be otherwise, but becomes a bully behind the closed doors of- his  home. What we want is less  mannerism for show, and more  courtesy at home.  'Jtii)liinilillliiiHHHMiuiniiiiiiiiiii[miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiniiiiiiliiii)iti������������������iiiiiiiiiiiiiiu������������������il������������������iltlHiiil^l  Edison's Latest Wonder  The Blue Amberol Record  is so faithful and lifelike in its tone reproduction,  so fine and broad in the scope of its selections,  so high in its plane of artists, that you can  almost see the stage setting.  For more than four minutes, thou- give you a concert free. Speci-  sands of times, the Blue Amberol fy the Blue Amberol always,  unwinds to you the most luxurious entertainment you ever knew.  It never wears out and won't  break. Drop in on your Edison  dealer today.   He'll be glad to  Edison Phonographs and Record* are sold by  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  Bell Block J. E. Crane, Proprietor  s*&*Tm  German Street Lamp  Of German design is a jointed lamp  post, the upper portion of which may  be lowered with a rope for trimming  street lights without the use of a  ladder.  Pervclla  Use  Much  Lumber  Lead   pencil    manufacture    In  the  United States Is consuming 73,000,000  feet of lumber annually, of which  about one-half is estimated to be wasted in sharpening or throwing away  short ends.  An aerial tramway to carry freight  and express matter Is planned for  Manila.  Oil   Piped   For   Navigation  The construction of a pipe line 220  miles long has enabled oil to replace  wood for fuel for navigation and other  purposes In the Interior of Kongo.  Woman's  Patent  Five separate articles can be cooked  over a single gas burner at once without interference by the use of a utensil that an Ohio woman has patented.  New Gold  Fields  Rich gold fields  recently  were  discovered  In  the    Russian   district   of  Anadyr.  A   thin   paste  of   wood    ashes  and  lemon Juice will renew tarnished brass.  GAUDY CHECKS ALL THE RAGE  The girl who enjoys conspicuous  distinction will have her new spring  walking suit of blue and white, green  and  white or brown and  white check.  These suits are strictly tailored and  marie with front hip pockets and  rather long cut-away coats.  The one illustrated here is of dark  rod and white check with high cut  waist coat of pique. The hat is of  black tagnl straw with a high stick-  up of black foul hers.  John Johnson  SALMON ARM,  B.  C.  Box  644 Phone 6H  Licenced Auctioneer. Sales attended to promptly. Terms on.application, or through the Walker Press.  SECRET SOCIETIES  I40IU*  mrinTrmniTnTnT^  from  5c a roll  up  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.  \  A.F.&AJ  Enderby I.odtfe No. 40  rReguUr     meetings     first  Thursday on or after the  "fifllM-ndorrjitrSp^rnT-ipOrid--  fcllows     Hall. VisiiihK  brethren cordially invited.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  0.0. F.  Eureka Lodge, No. 50  Mr-eta every Tuesday evening al 8 o'clock, in 1. O.  0. F. hall.' Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always    welcome. W. II. I.OGAM.   N. G.  JAR. iWARTTN. V. G.   .-__.. RrErWlIE-HliEK.-Sec'yr-  GBO. BELLAMY. Treas.  Cow-peas will give the farmer who  grows them a good crop and at the  same time make the land better.  If you want to get something for  nothing, plant some pumpkins between the rows in the orchard.  SHUSWAP &  OKANAGAN BRANCH  Daily trains both vvays from Sicamous Junction to Okanagan Landing:  "South North"  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K.of P. Hull. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  T. C. CA.LDEK. C. C.  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R. J. COLT ART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  G.O. CAMPBELL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  A   C. SKALING, B. A.  Formerly of Vancouver, B. C.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  Our Spring   stock   is now complete  nd we are    ready    to    take care of  your  orders    for    Spring    sowing  of  imothy, clover,    alfalfa and all field  eeds;  also Garden    Seeds;  which are'  11 tested in our own warehouse.   We \  I arry a full,  line    of fruit and oma-���������������������������'.  1 nental stock, bee supplies, fertilizers ���������������������������  nd all garden requisites.  Catalogue for the asking.  THE HErtRY SEED HOUSE  A.  R.  Macdougall, Proprietor.  524 Kingsway, Vancouver, B. C.  \bound  read down  STATIONS  bound  read up  A cold, wet May brings barnsful of  hay.  D  R. H. W. 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Thursday, May 7, 1914
"Mil (Croat OPJKIHO -full DI������ICT<0������������ 'I0"1 *
TJL. TORONTO ONT. - ho*���������>
Prince as Mentor
On one occasion the present Prince
of Wales and Prince Albert stayed
In a nobleman's house In charge of
their tutor. The princes were then
quite small boys. They were given
porridge at breakfast, and when the
footman put the porridge���������which was
served in silver bowls���������before Prince
Albert, his Royal Highness said, "No,
thank you!" The man Just removing
the bowl when the Prince of Wales,
who was sitting opposite his brother,
said: "Don't be an ass, Albert! Eat
that porridge; It's good for you!" And
his brother obeyed him.
!? ""
Magistrate on Diet   -
On the question of diet there is a
tendency to go astray by neglecting
the    simple ��������� and   more . wholesome
dishes, said Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas
(stipendiary    of.  Pontypridd)    in    a.
speech at Ferndale Secondary School. |
Children should have plenty of green
vegetables, a wholesome parinip.^an'd
that; great ��������� delicacy,���������' a \boiled, .onion..-
(Laughter).    Then, again,, there was
no^ greater delicacy/than a herring,'
if a child could be persuaded,to eat it.:
Get a little system in the work.
,'    It will make matters move more
w  .   smoothly..'An "efficient  engin-
������ 1   eer'' is needed on ��������� every^ poultry
Even now the hens should keep
up their exercising.        ,
������  *    .i
for Hatching
Our Wyandottes are carefully mated
to produce birds, yet for the keenest
competition and eggs combined.
No. 1 Pen, per setting or 15 $ 5.00
No. 2 and 3 pens,     "     "     "      3.00
Nos. 4, 5,J, 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.
Box 51, Enderby, B. C.
'     THOS.   WILKINSON,  Mgr.
Don't delay.        All orders filled in
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 pive you the best price possible
G. R. Sharpe,
Enderby, B. C.
���������Making Good" In Toronto���������Letter to
the Scotsman
In reference to 'a letter in Club of
���������th December, entitled "Keep Away
from Vancouver," it Is true no doubt
that there are many out of employment there, as in -many other large
and growing cities, but this is no reason for them being in want, When
In Vancouver In 1912 I had a chat
with a carpenter, a1; Scotsman, of
course, who was doing a little job for
our landlady. She always employed
him "because he was reliable." I
found that this man was worth nearly
100,000 dollars (������20,000.) Instead of
building a costly house , getting an
automobile, etc., he was far happier
going on as he had commenced. He
pas an honest, industrious man.
, For a month before Christmas' there
,-was ample evidence provided of the
prosperity of this city (Toronto) in
line spending of money by all classes
of citizen's. In summer time it is the
same. It Is not the well-to-do who.
spend their-means in this way. No,'
it is the wage-earners, and they simply
.spend, spend. When winter comes
iwork is slack, and the army of unemployed is increased.
Four or five' years ago, a young.
[Englishman came to my home, asking'
lor work, says K. S. Scott, Toronto,;
writing to The Scotsman. He was a,
Iwlndow-cleaner, had "a tidy little busi-
jness In Brighton, England, and made
"about $5 a week." Thinking to do
Ibetter he, with-wife and one child,
'came to Toronto." He worked aU summer. As winter approached he was
laid off.' A second child arrived. The
family of four were living in one room.
,Their landlady, 7a charwoman,, from'
whom they rented-a room at'2 dollars.
a'"week,7was 'good "to 'them; I saw
he was,'a decent-looking young man,
and made some work for-him, and.told
him to come back and that he.must
not allow his .wife, arid children- to be
hungry. With the charwoman's'help,
he ^ struggled along,' and byyMarchhe
[had ^a prospect' bf" gettingy work.' -., I
loaned him" something ;to help/to fur-,
nish some rooms'. He rented four and
'sub-let' two.'7 I 'made 'work" for him.in
the garden, and ere long he was out
of my debt. He did, such good work
In - putting down cement walks that
he had all he could do. I helped him
to. purchase some building lots and
a bit of land," and "very soon he had
a comfortable house on one-half the
lot. - Next spring he built a good brick
house, on .the other lot,.moved into
ft, sold a cottage on It,-for .$1,200,
has since sold brick house for $2,500,
���������bought .four lots near by, built two
houses during the past summer, both
,of which are now sold, and he is. now
���������busy preparing to build other two. He
has succeeded so far even with the
[Scarcity of .money. This man doe's
'not say, "Keep away from Toronto."
I may * say candidly any man or wo-
on can do bo if they are true Scots.
It is true, only too -true, that there
are a good many in all our large cities
out of work just now, but Canada is
not alone in this respect. As soon
as the wave of depression passes
there will be work for all who are
willing to work. There is much being
said about the - high cost of living.
Our tastes are getting more expensive
than they used to be. When I think
of the waste that goes on, I am not
surprised at the high cost of living.
When the  bucksaw Brigade and Old
Fireplaces  Were  Common
"Instead of paying ten cents a bag
for charcoal, we used to buy a four-
wheeled cart load of chips for three)
York shillings forty years ago," said
R. T. Coady, Toronto, reminiscently.
"That was thirty-seven and a half
cents for several bushels of good big
chips, full of resin. I remember when
chip's and pine and cordwood were
brought to market like loads of applet
are now.
"The men cribbed the chips. They
would only have rotted in the woods
if they had not They were chop-
pings from felled trees. Any time
you wanted kindling, and none happened to be on the market, you could
order it, not by .'telephone���������these
weren't invented���������but by leaving word
with the market men, and it would
be brought you next day. The three
York ^shillings it .cost _ included, delivery. Hardwood was pretty dear
sometimes���������five ��������� dollars a 'bush cord.'
That's an eighth less than a standard
cord. It was principally beech' and
maple. Nearly everybody heated
their houses by wood1 fires then. We
had big box stoves in the, halls, fireplaces and ranges in the kitchens and
grates in the rooms. The hearths
stretched out five or six feet across
the floors.
"Men with bucksaws and sawhorses
slung on their shoulders were.as common . a sight then - as policemen are
now.   They'd saw a cord of wood-for
seventy-five cents, or saw and "chop
it for a dollar and a quarter.    The
hardwood ��������� came in four-foot, lengths,
you"know.   If"you only wanted,it cut
in two" insfead of three, theyld'saw
a cord for fifty cents.".' We used two-
foot lengths in' the office stove," and
most people. burned    that length in
thejr^fireplaces.;  The big knotty; fellows 'that- were hard [to; chop,-every-'
body,/saved ,for ^back*-Togs.-'".They'd
; smoulder all; night/and' have good hot
> coals ff or" you1 in 'the* morning, rii I think*
���������the. old. jlresy.were;far;-ahead f of7"they
heating appliances of j.-toniay.'^It's'. true?
we neverTribwhave'tb .break- ttie^ice~
in the.water-pitchers before we can
/wash, in ��������� the - mornings, but the dining-
rooms are not the. liying-rbbms' they,
used to;be, .when family and friends'
- gathered^ around' the -generous-hearted;
fireplace,  piling on the  wood" till;it
-blazed high' and watching the fires die
down  to glowing coals."
This is for YOU:
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beds of: iron ore
y require. -.Now;, Mr." :Businessm,n,- do}notybe carried .aw.ayi-with^thefj'^i^-^^l
:-- idea-that berause:we are in1 'a*f mall- town the character: of-the^workr^^.w^-^MI
>-. may not'.be'as good'-as'that :o,be'.had;Cfrom Nthe,;city.yoffice.v,.^Letv^,v^^?;gfi^l
''   satisfactory,
prove -to your Satisfaction thatrthe'-qualityV-of' -our;r work-is 'as.'^^v: ^&;S
isfactory^as anythingvyou{viir:get:for 'the*money from* any* clty^^\^/;^;������!|
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Light Hats Prevent Baldness
Medical men have agreed that baldness Is largely a matter of headgear.
It Is a rarity for a woman to go bald,
notwithstanding that her hats are often
heavier and bigger than a man. s. But
her hat is fixed to her hair, not to
her scalp, the veins are not constricted
and ventilation Is permissible. Men's
bats, with their hard, tight-fitting
brims, make it Impossible for the
blood to circulate properly, and consequently there Is a congestion of
blood in the scalp.
At any time it is more difficult for
the blood to circulate properly in the
top ot the head than in other parts
of the body, for the simple reason that
It has to be pumped up higher there
than anywhere else, and, if its course
Is restricted, the consequences cannot
be 'wondered at. A tight hat also
keep* the head hot���������another fatal condition. If you would avoid baldness
wear light, well-ventilated, soft-brimmed hafc.       	
Ungava Bay Islands Are, Believed te
Have Great Wealth-
Two islands in Ungava Bay are said
to contain about 465,000,000 tons of
iron ore. The manager of a company
there was the pioneer in that country,
going north in 1907. He made several
expeditions to. explore the country,
claims have been staked, and from
$50,000 to $60,000 expended on work
on Clarke, Armstrong and Curran
Islands. The three islands, which
form part of the Nastaooka group on
the eastern side of the Hudson Bay,
are part of the Dominion lands. The
eastern mainland, however, which was
Ungava, is now part of the Province
of Quebec. The islands are about five
miles from the mainland. Clarke
Island, which is the largest of the
three held by the company, measures
about 2,980 acres; Armstrong Island,
farther north, measures about 500
acres, and Curran Island, north of
that, measures 800 acres. All the ore
is of the finest quality. The beds vary
from 7 to 15 feet in thickness. It Is
thouught that the ore will be smelted
on the islands. An expedition will
leave Montreal probably in April
Aero Advertiser
For advertising purposes there has
been invented a miniature aeroplane,
driven by electricity as far as its feed
wire will permit it to go.
An Ancient Grass
Rye    grass is believed,    to be the
oldest grass specially raised for forage, having' been  thus  cultivated  in
England more than two centuries ago.
Electric Locomotives In  New York
Six electric locomotives, the  most
powerful of their type in the world,
have been ordered for service In and
out oi a New York railroad terminal.
The Liverpool & London & Globe Ina. Co.
=The Phoenix Insurance Ce.-of-London^
Fruit Land H������y Land
Town Lot*
London-Lancashire Fire Insurance Go.
Royal InsuranceCo.,of Liverpool (Life dept
The London & Lancashire Guarantee
Accident Co., of Canada.'
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Drill Hall, Kamloops, B7C,"
will be received at this office until 4
P. M., on Thursday, May 7, 1914, for
the construction of the aforesaid
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 the
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.contractT.'
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.
Thc Department   does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any ten-'
By order,
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa,  April 8,  1914.
Newspapers   will    not   be paid for
this advertisement    If   they insert it
Caretaker of  Public Buildings,  Kam- without  authority    from  the  Depart-
loops, B.C., and at this' Department, ment���������59225. ^
 _. . '. 4
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
A   fine   quality   of      "movies"   are
made on the printed forms supplied, occupying the screen at the Opera
and signed with their actual signa- H������use just now, and the managers
tures, stating their occupations and are receiving their reward in the very-
places of   residence.       In the case of much increased attendance.
firms, the   actual   signature, the na-i~    ��������� :	
ture of the occupation, and place of| TLime and sulphur solution for
residence of each member of tbe firm (spraying, in 1 and 4 galon tins, at
must be given.   ' ���������      ���������jthe Enderby   Hardware   Co.', in En-
Each  tender   must be accompanied derby hotel block-
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable   to   the    order of the
Honourable - the   Minister   of Public
The  BEST    Overall���������"Peabody's"���������
are sold by the Enderby Supply Co. w  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 7, 1914  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  YOUNG  PIGS  S. Teece.  FOR    SALE.  Apply,  m72  DWELLING HOUSE For Rent; eight  rooms and  kitchen;  Barnes'  addition; good garden on four lots; rent  $20   per    month.        Apply,    James  Mowat, agent.  STRAYED���������������������������Black mare and brown  gelding. No brands. Suitable reward; will- be paid for information  by Christian & Beattie, Armstrong.  STEPPING   INTO   TROUBLE  The City Council has taken up  the building by-law and an amending  by-law passed two  last meeting of the Council.' It  seems that each year this by-law has  to be    amended,    and   it    keeps one  construction of a building, there can  be no cause for complaint, but if  permission to build in accordance  I with these regulations is to hinge on  readings at the the approval or non-approval of the  board' of works���������������������������or any other person  ���������������������������then there will come a time, and  pernaps    frequently,    when    one con-  o+o+o^<>f<>K>-f<>4<>4^^ o+<H<>4<>4*>H>H>+o+<>H>4<>^J <  guessing what regulations are in tractor or builder will feel that he is  vogue. The important change in the being held back or restrained while  new by-law is that relating to the another is favored,  issuance of building permits.     Three  WHITE PEKIN DUCK EGGS for  hatching; $1.00 for setting of 11.  MRS. JNO. McKAY, Waterside,  Enderby. ml2-8t  STUMPING���������������������������Estimates furnished on  all powder work. H. A. Bogert,  Enderby.  TO RENT���������������������������100 acres alfalfa. For  particulars apply H. Halliday,  manager Stepney ranch, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������Pressed brick, common  brick, cement and lime. W. A.  Russell, Enderby.  CITY COUNCIL MEETING  Continued from first page  curling    rink on    May    25th,  for the  purpose of a refreshment booth to be  conducted  by the    Methodist Ladies'  Aid.     Referred to the Curling Club.  Tho Clerk    reported   that all trade  licenses due the    city for the current  half-year had been paid, with the exception of    that   payable by'the Enderby Growers'   Association,  who had  engaged in business as retail traders  and  were    therefore    liable    for pay  ment    of   license    fees   the    same as  ��������������������������� other   traders.       He   had sent them  the ' usual  notices, and spoken  on the  matter to two   of the    Association's  officers, but had   been    unable to obtain payment.       Decided to take the  necessary steps to collect by process  of law.  A      communication    was     received  ��������������������������� through the Clerk from the Chapman  Amusement Company, who desired to  know on what    terms they could obtain     entrance      to   the     recreation  ground on the day of the forthcoming  celebration.      It  was  moved  by  Aid.  Murphy and  seconded by  Aid.   Grant  that' the    Chapman    show be charged  $100 for the 25th  May.     Carried unanimously.  or four years ago It was necessary  to receive thc sanction of the board  of works before a building permit  could be secured. This obnoxious  clause led to endless quibbling and  obstruction to building activities.  Several applications for building  permits were held up for weeks, and  others not granted at all. The clause  made it possible for the board of  works to tie up any. one desiring to  build for an indefinite period, and at  every meeting of the Council when an  application for a building permit was  considered, there was endless discussion, about the size of studding, nature oi the flooring and the general  plan of the proposed structure. It  finally became such a source of contention that the by-law was amended  so as   to   conform    with   the  SOME FACTS ABOUT RABIES  Tho Provincial Board of Health  has issued a circular stating that  rabies has made its appearance  amongst the dogs of the Cowichan  district aad' warning all persons to  be on the look out for any appearance of the disease in other parts of  the Province. The department is  prepared at any time to forward  complete treatment for hydrophobia,  which must be administered to the  person as soon as possible after being bitten, which is some weeks be  fore symptoms develop.  %���������������������������  A remarkable case is reported of a  soldier in India    who died of hydrophobia caused by the bite of a mon-  policy   key, which was bitten by a small dog  adopted in other cities, i. e. by putting into the by-law building regulations which all builders have to conform to, and making it possible to  easily get a building permit on application to the City Clerk. This simplified matters, and placed all people  on the same footing. It left no opportunity for favoritism or partiality. This, every person will admit  was as it should be.  Under the new amendments now before the Council, a clause is provided  which throws the thing back to  where it was under the old regulations, and is as certain to lead to  difliculties as it did then. It is provided in the new amendments that  every application for a building permit shall come before the board of  works and the plans passed upon; before a building permit may be issued.  On the face   of it, this'5 clause may  seem to be the   proper thing, but in  actual working,  it leads to more favoritism    and    strife   than  anythin  that could be put on   the books. -   If  conditions are to   be made favorable  for     the    development    of   Enderby,  building regulations    should be made  as easy for the builder   as i's reasonable, having in mind    the safety and  protection  of the town improvements  as they now stand.       But is it wifce  to place    in   the    building   by-law a  clause   that   ma/kes    it    possible for  one person to be favored and another  restricted ?   No    matter    what      the  building   regulations    are,  if    all are  made to    comply    with    them in the  L. S. GRAY, Florist  NOW READY  SPLENDID LOT OF ASSORTED  GERANIUMS, NO. 1; Price $1.50 per  dozen.  LARGE VARIETY OF ANNUALS  -STOCKSr^ASI'ERS;' PETONrAS;  TANSIES, Etc. BEST SORTS ONLY  ���������������������������25c per dozen.  ROSKS, DAHLIAS, HOLLYHOCKS,  Etc.  TOMATOES and other vegetable  plnnLs.  Mail  tion.  Phone 224  orders receive prompt attcn-  MUNRO'S  New Direct Importations THIS  WEEK. Latest Modes for  Women; smart, inexpensive  styles for Children. PRICES  MODERATE.  A. Munro & Co., Armstrong  Give Us Your  Orders  If you desire prompt service and  the choicest goods. Our table  supplies are always fresh and  pure, and our regular prices as  low-as any cut prices. Our many  years in the Grocery business enables us to keep in touch with  every Grocery requirement of  our patrons. We have the best  line of Green Groceries obtainable.  All who have tried our Ender-  by-cured hama and bacons have  become steady patrons, and they  recommend it to their friends���������������������������  that speaks for itself.  Bix months before.    It is an illustration of the length of time in  which  the virus of hydrophobia may lie dormant in the- system of warm-blooded  animals.   Usually, from six weeks to  t'vo months elapse before hydrophobic  symptoms manifest themselves in human    beings.      Such    symptoms   are  ushered in by dulness, depression, irritability, and general ill-health.    To  these   indications    succeeds   a'slight  difficulty    in  swallowing,    which becomes worse as the disease advances,  and hoarseness of the voice, or "barking,"   as  it  is   termed,   ensues.    The  temperature rises,    the    difficulty  of  swallowing increases, the patient, although tortured    by    thirst,    has so  violent an  antipathy   to  liquids  that  the  sound  of  splashing    water  may  bring on a fit of convulsions, and in  the delirium which sometimes attends  the later'stages of hydrophobia- the  victim may even attempt to bite his  attendants.    After two or three days  of intense suffering death may result  either from general exhaustion, from  heart failure,  or  from   asphyxia due  to  the spasms  of  the throat.       *<  Until Pasteur, in 1885, made his  discovery of an anti-toxin for rabies  there was for human beings only a  slender chance of recovery,from tho  bite of a mad dog. The barbarous  surgery of a red-hot iron applied to  the wound was sometimes resorted to,  as was also the use of the cupping  glass and the ��������������������������� application of strong  caustics. Pasteur Inoculated rabbits  with the virus of hydrophobia, and  from their spinal cords he prepared  an extract for use hypodermically.  in 1888 the Pasteur Institute was  founded In Paris. Thousands of people have been treated there, and the  death-rate from hydrophobia has been  r_educed^tojGss^thani^one_=,pen=.cent.:  All over the world Institutes modelled  on the Paris establishment have been  founded, and are doing equally beneficent work.  We want YOU to  this Store  your Shopping  Headquarters  Come in whenever you like;   stay as long as you likt.  We are at your service.  Our gcods are of the best quality, and our prices are  right.  Bring us your Butter and Eggs. Advise us of any  other produce you have and we will try and dispose of it  for you.  Grocers Men's Wear Shoes  Advertising  Means directing the attention of others  to that for which attention is desired.  If you have a stock of which you are  proud, or. a service which you believe  to be superior, direct attention to the  fact EVERY WEEK in the columns  of THE ENDERBY PRESS.  Stretch out the hand of good-will, wear the smile of welcome, and command the business of the buyers of this.community. Do these things and your business will expand and  the profits from your business will be greatly increased.  A NOTE TO THE PUBLIC  Do you not feel a certain reluctance about   going   into   shops, that-  have not invited you to enter their doors?   At the shop which advertises���������������������������which invites your custom���������������������������you know that you are welcome.  >  Shop where you are Invited to Shop  THE  MILITIA  ORDERS  Hardware  and  Garden Tools  Garden Seeds  Everything to start the Garden  Work and keep it moving.  W.J.Woods  O. Squadron, 30th B. C. Horse  :_Th'b._1folloAvIng__^promotions7and_:ap^  pointments to take effect from tht3  date: Trooper J. N. Grant to be sergeant; Lance Corpl. K. Glen to be  Corporal; Trooper S. A, Gorle to be  corporal; Trooper J. Mowat to be  Lance Corporal; Trooper G. Duncan  to bo Lance Corporal.  From now on uniforms will be worn  at nil drills; red serges unless otherwise ordered. Every man in the  squadron to draw his camp equipment at once. Apply to Q. M. S.  Barnes. The squadron will go into  camp at Vernon on 18th May.  E.   HENNIKER,   Capt/  O. C. C. Squadron, 30th B.C.H.  The leading leghorn pens on the  Barnum Poultry Ranch are headed by  fowls from Tancerd's famous strain,  New York.  MRS. PARADIS, Dress Making Parlor, ClifT street, second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices- Work promptly  executed.  Buy your bread tickets at  Joe's.  ENDERBY SHIPMENTS  Has a fine line of  Screen Doors  .__ From $1.50to $2.00..._,._..  Screen Windows  35c and 40c  Screen Wire Cloth  Finer than ever  Also a fine line of  British America Paint  (made in British Columbiu)  $2.75 per Gallon;  85c per quart  Just received, a shipment of  JOHNSON'S AKriSTIC WOOD FINISH  Try a sample  E  irawari  Enderby Hotel Block  FISHING    PROHIBITED  ^Siifce^Jariristrl914:  Lumber   f   121  carload  Hay     22  carloads  Poles       2 carloads  Cordwood  3 carloads  Fence PostB  6 carloads  Ties ��������������������������� .'    46 carloads  Flour    18  carloads  jive stock      1 carload  218 carloads  Fishing is prohibited in Waby Lake  By order, R. E. PEEL.  ENDERBY     AGRICULTURAL    AND  HORTICULTURAL   SOCIETY  Notice is hereby given that entries  for garden and garden plot competitions can now be made with the undersigned at any time up to and including the 20th May. No entry fees  will be charged, but all persons competing must become members of the  Society, the membership fee being $1  per annum, payable at the time of  making entry. This fee entitles  members to a vote at all general  meetings oi the Society whether ordinary or extraordinary.  Gardens and plots entered for competition will be inspected at the end  of May, and thereafter once or twice  each month, and marks will, be  awarded at each inspection.  Further announcements will be  made at an early date.  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN,  Hon. Secretary.  April 30th, 1914.  I  Vi  J  I." (I  %  1  ������������������4  1)


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