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Array Enderby, B.C., June 11, 1914  AND      WALKERS      WEEKLY  Vol. 7; No. J-5; Whole No.'327  Local News of General Interest arid General News of Local Ihtenest  CITY OF ENDERBY  '#?  Mrs. S. H. Speers and child left  for the coast on Monday.  Mrs. Gillman will not receive on  Thursday, nor again until the end  of the season.  Miss Ella" Mohr is t enjoying a  visit to her Enderby home this  week, form -Vernon.  Mr. A. R. Rogers, owner .of thc  ��������������������������� Okanagan Saw Mills, is on a visit  to the property this week.  Manager Plumbly, who is taking  charge of the Stepney, Ranch, arrived with his family "this week.  Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gillman will  leave oh a" month's holidays for  their Alberta home next Tuesday.  ~ - A. M. "Baird .t favored~ the Press  -with- a box.of delicious strawber:  ��������������������������� ries" on" Monday, the first; oV the  season. ,/! "_-��������������������������� .' l 'i 7 .  " There are five motor ��������������������������� boats on  ' Mabel Lake," owned "by- Messrs. -Abbott, \ Johnston,!- Faulkner, Baird  "land .Warner.   -_   '      . "  -'The ^managers >������������������of.^ the,- ���������������������������Opera  .House]gave --a ��������������������������� free /"picture . performance last Wednesday evening,  to-a crowded house. '      \J ,  Parish of Enderby, 1st Sunday  after Trinity: Mattins, Grindrod,  10.30; Evensong, Mara, 3.00; Even-,  song, Enderby,. 7.30. /     - /  J. H...Mohr. is building .a 22x35  barn on his Glen Mary property, to  be finished with stalls for six cows'  and a team of horses.  Mr." and Mrs. F. R. Prince and  Mr.:and Mrs. E. J. Mack left early  this week by auto on a trip to  Spokane, Wash., and return.  F. Waby put on the local market  this "week- some mommoth samples  of Rollinson's telegraph cucumbers  from the King Edward gardens.  One    cannot    travel    Sicamous  street in" the vicinity of Knight,  without being attracted by the  vast improvements'-, niade to their  properties by Miss Forster and  Mr. J. Dougall.  The citizens of Nelson are planning to,hold an-"Old Timers' Reunion" in that city, July 13th to the  18th. Mickey Manahan will bake  bannocks, and there will be no end  of a good.time for all.  The five men held for trial, for  the killing of Berryman, on the  Lumby road a month or more ago,  were taken to Kamloops on Wednesday evening, there to await  trial "at the fall assizes.  A special meeting of-the-, Hospital. Auxiliary. will be held on  Friday,>iWl2th, in/the City Hall,  at -3.30. p.. m.-to consider the'-re;  opening'of-the Cottage Hospital., A  fuU{attendance.* is-requested." ^.. .-,  :-S. Garfield ..Mohr-.is mining,, ini the  Ste>vart/Riyer country, where he  has interests' ni several .valuable  gpld^and .silveryproperties. He!%is  ���������������������������contemplating' a\trip7.to' ;his home;  this fall, at"the close of the season's  operations.  ' ^   . *  !  -��������������������������� Manager. Murrin, of .the Poison,  Murrin & Speers .department store,  says the sales of that company,last  month exceeded .those of the pre-  "The n7onlhly_me=etirig~of=the,  Wemen's Club will be held next  Saturday, the 13th inst., at 2.30, at  the home of Mrs. G. L. Williams .  Roy Wheeler and Wm. Duncan  are spending the week at Victoria  as delegates to thc annual meeting  of the grand lodge of the I.O.O.F.  ��������������������������� Rev. Mr. Hedley and family arrived in Enderby on Friday last,  and are "putting their house in  order" at the Methodist parsonage.  Wm. Dorey, general superintendent of the section house supply  system of the C. P. R., visited Enderby this week ou. a pleasure trip.  The cily has received word that  the $3,500 debentures for Ihe completion of the school grounds have  been sold. The price paid was  90c.  . Mr. and Mrs. A. Sutcliffe left  Vancouver on May 30th, for their  home in England, where they are  expecting to spend the next' year  or two.  Mrs. W. J. Wheeler and Miss  Duncan left this week on a visit  to Vancouver. Mrs. Wrheeler will  spend the summer months at the  sea side.  Mr. L. Long returned from Vernon on Saturday, not entirely recovered from his injuries received  in the Empire Day accident, put  much  improved.  A meeting of the board of directors of the Enderby Agricultural  and Horticultural Society will be  held in the City Hall, to-morrow,  (Friday)  evening, at 8 o'clock.  yious month; by more than $1,000,  which indicates-that there is business to; be had Jf you get after "it;  ..Mr. Hendrickson, is sparing no  pains or expense in fixing up his  new barber shop on Cliff street.  He has installed a revolving barber's candy-stick that is quite an  attraction. The interior, of his  new quarters are comfortable and  artistic.  Mrs. A. Buckley, displayed a.fine  lot of potted and bedding plants  "from the ~ATn^tiiong"Ti\frseriesrin  the Crane block, the end of last  week, and the way the plants were  snapped up indicated how much  Enderbyites are bent on making  their homes beautiful.  The high school girls ofEnderby  played a game of ball aL the recreation ground last ^Wednesday afternoon. - They used a tennis  racquet to bat with, and a tennis  ball, and thc score stood '111 lo 602  at thc end of the sixth inning,  when thc chalk gave out.  Methodist Church services, June  13: Morning at 11, subject, "Running the Race," evening, at 7.30,  subject, "The Young Man in the  Far Country," the first of a series  of sermons on the Prodigal Son.  Sunday school at 2 p. m. A cordial  welcome is extended to all.  The Grand Bend farm, opened  up by the Mack Brothers, and more  recently owned by G. B. Gelling,  deceased, one of the best proper-,  tics in the district, has been purchased by Mr. G. Anderson, for the  past year getting experience in the  care of stock at the Lone Pine  dairy, under the supervision of  Mr. C..E. Strickland.  Mrs. T. C. Poison entertained delightfully Saturday afternoon for  her little neices, Jessie and Jean  Fazon, of Bellingham, Wash. The  little guests were, Rena Dill, Jean  Keith,' Sally Walker, June Fravel,  Marion Fravel, Jeanette Fravel,  Kalhlene Poison, Bertha Thompson  Beatrice Thompson, Barrie Speers  and Howard Speers.  Robert Johnstone returned to  the coast this week, for medical  treatment. Mr. Johnstone under-  went a serious operation at the  Vancouver" hospital some % months  ago, and came -home with every  promise of a speedy recovery, but  his condition has not shown satisfactory improvement and he returns to the hospital for further  treatment. - -  , 'Calgary is wild with oil excite:  ment. - In one. day following the  strike in the Dingman well, 650,000.  was the amount paid to brokers by  buyers of oil'well stocks. And the  money came from,the pockets of  the laboring "men. and work girls  and women. * Regular stock buyers  do not dabble- in oil stocks. If is  only the.unsophisticated that will  biteyat;. such-bait. - And -every -oil  gusher:,is"'generally-, good for 100  thousand^suckers." ':'���������������������������;*-";'!_ " V/~"  ���������������������������rFrank^ Hassafd.'-isycleahing/up!  his hayycrop of "1913 just in time  to^take care of the "1914'crbpVTThe  price/this" year ,has not been as  good;as that.of the, past, few years^  b^^ut'Mr. Hassard/soldrKay when .the:  price ' was -down before, and- he  knows when to let go.-.. It has netted him $1Ca.ton,-which, while"not  as profitable as $22 and $25*a'ton,  ���������������������������pays'' arid** leaves a/margin.. Mr.  Hassard sells from, 200 to 250,tons  each season, and/ought to know. 7  Mr. and Mrs! J. C. Inch returned  from a week's trip to Edgewater,"  B.������������������C, last Friday^ where" Mr. Inch  purchased a 20-acre tract of alfalfa  and a fruit orchard. Edgewater  is located about. 30 miles from Golden. It is in the heart of a rich  alfalfa belt, where the tracts are to  "a very large extent cut up into-ten  and 20-a'crs, given over to alfalfa  on which hogs arc fattened in the  ���������������������������field, much the same as,the indus-  -tryiis^carried-=on=in-California.-Miv  and Mrs. Inch will take up their  home at Edgcwaler, for which  point they left Enderby last evening.  WELCOMED NEW PAS TOR  ENDERBY CONSERVATIVE MEET  Last Tuesday evening the" young  people of thc Epworth League of  "the Methodist Church-held _a most  enjoyable  social   evening  to   welcome their new pastor, Rev. J. W.  Hedley, M. A., and his family.    A  large number of the members of  the church and friends were present.   The chair was taken by Mr.  A. C. Skaling, after which an interesting   program   was   rendered,  including addresses of welcome by  Ihe chairman and by Mr. Smedley.  Mr.  Hedley  in  his  reply  thanked  them for their kind words of welcome, and trusted that his pastorate among them might be one of  great blessing, and that he might  always have their heartiest enthusiasm and co-operation in thc work.  After the program  refreshmments  were served by the young people,  and a social hour much enjoyed.  A meeting of Enderby Conservatives was held in K. of. P. Hall last  Friday evening for the purpose of  reorganizing the Enderby. Association and.placing it upon its feet as  a working organization. ,-In-calling the meeting to' order it was explained by Mr. F.H. Barries, who  took the ,chair, that some four  weeks ago several of-the Conservatives of Enderby met and decided  to reorganize or organize anew, the  Enderby Association. , * He ,ex:  plained that it was riot intended  that this association should in any  way interfere with the District association now organizing ' "under  the Enderby..name, but would ict  in ,conduction, with the District{ori  ganization." ��������������������������� when" it7 becomes' - a  working;, body,-- and.l its yyarious^  ward" representatives are 'elected.  He-said.;that itywas-felt by Enderby'  ConservaUvH,".^  main * support; of = the; Conservative  organization' here' for- the"' pastVlo  ,or, 20 yeaivthVLEnderliy, as ariyin-.  corporated, municipality, ,cpu1d/nptv  reasonably,"be,:'.expected7'tb/ <arid  would, not, sink}' its ��������������������������� idcntity^;and;  .become' a' ward, in any/,district, or.'-  ganization. .Enderby. was/prepared  to work with* and to -assist 4he "District organization,'.biit would do/so  through, its own organization/*..It  was the purpose" of the.meeting lo.  explain the position of Enderby .ii*.  reorganizing and to invite-ally who'1  wish to join-the Enderby association .to place'their, names before  the executive.    - ,   -  Mr. C. W. Little, president of the  District- association, spoke' at considerable length in,the matter. He.  did not believe there was any need  of two organizations, arid thought  that Enderby should join hands  with the district and become .a  warden"! luTD istfictlissocilt itfhTTi  meant that one or thc other of the  organizations would  have to quit,"  BIG'FRUIT CROP THIS;YEAR.  "The fruit crop for British Columbia for thc year 1914  is now  practically   certain    to   exceed   in  quantity that .of 1913 by. about 25-  pcr   cent. .7 Fruit  crops   generally 5  will ber heavy," declares Mr. R. M.  Winslow, the head ofthe horlicul- "  tural branch of-the. Provincial Department    of    Agriculture!     7 Mr..-.  ���������������������������Winslbw's 'statement' is'.'based^onv  confidential; reports rfrom  officials'^  throughout 'the" various.'fruit  dis-7,  tricts.of the Province! ~   ' ' S"  '-; -  -������������������  Last year's fruit crop in the. Pro-- 7  vince  weighed  27,760,000  pounds,  and - brought the growers a sum".of 7.  $i;033',000>This year's-crop should-.'.' 0iM  meair that''the fruit growers'of tlie"'  'Okanagan ,particularly;  will-haVe^ i->^ ^^  *~Jl  (? ^'"t'S^:  '���������������������������*.��������������������������������������������� v������������������ I  s-  f4 -itv*^  at least $250,000, niore to "divide ba-fij^rM  ;ion'-Railway.r-Boardfiin^'itsLwestem'^^T'S'1  he said.  This .position was held by the  chairman to be untenable.. When  Ihe mailer had been gone into by  Ihe Enderby organizers, they put  the matter before the Central District Association'executive, and.it  was decided that the proposed organization was the best thing lo dof  it being felt Hint Ihe Enderby city  association should be continued,  and that belter work for thc district could be accomplished by it  under its independent organization  than-if it were lo become lost as a  ward   in   the   District   association.  After some discussion, applications for membership in Ihe Enderby association were received,  and the meeting adjourned.  public;  .' .'Apples, promise-trom '.a'/gdpd;tplal;  heavy  crpp.throughpiit: thci;.Pro-l;  vince, says - Mr. Wiiislpw. r Alfew "  'varieties areriipre.pr less" ofT-crbp; ^S^skl  'but'the tblarproducti6nywinfprbb-;v     "*  ably be 35 per! cent over last year."  Pears   arc    variable,/ but   on   the*'  whole a medium/crop.      Peaches  in tlie Southern Okanagan will be--  a-fair-bufnot a heavy crop.-Priiries  are light,' but V fair ci;op ,on*tnV  coast, and medium to heavy crop ;  in interior sections.   Crab appels^a.,  heavy crop everywhere.' Apricots  will   show   a   large   increase  over  last-year,in.the. Southern .Okanagan  are  C. N. R. BILL WILL PASS SENATE  Ottawa, June 10.���������������������������The C. N. R.  Aid Bill was given a second reading in the Senate yesterday afternoon, by. a vote of 41 to 17. This  ensures the passage of the measure.  The 17 opponents of the bill were  all Liberals.  ENDERBY SHIPMENTS  Since Jan. 1st, 1914:  Lumber 188   carloads  Hay   28  carloads  Cord wood        3  carloads  Poles   11   carloads  Fence Posts .7 carloads  Ties   Gl carloads  Flour   .7....:.......  19  carloads  Live stock.     1 carload  while cherries are a medium to  heavy crop throughout the interior.  Preserving cherries will bc'a good 7  crop on Ihe coast, bul sweet cherries will be rather light in that  section.  Marketing facilities are, on thc  whole, in good shape. Thc coast  cities will consume the great bulk  of "thc coast production at-prices   remunerative to Ihe grower,- and  this year will see much larger shipments thanany previous year from  the interior to the coast cities. In  the interior market organization  has been greatly strengthened, especially by the successful launching of thc Okanagan United Growers a year ago. This organization  will have about GO per cent or  more of the Okanagan crops, and  is aiming at a very wide distribution. In other parts of the interior  co-operative organizations are at  work wilh more or less success,  though many growers feel that the  lime is ready for some such organization for thc Kootenay as thc Okanagan United Growers is for the  Okanagan.   .  318 carloads  Bread fresh from the oven every day  before noon���������������������������at Joe's.  The celebrated "K" shoe���������������������������the  genuine British make���������������������������is now to be  found at the Enderby Supply Co's  store.  WILL RESCUE KARLUK'S CREW  The American revenue cutter  Bear has been ordered to proceed  from St. Michael, Alaska, to Wrangle Island, for the purpose of rescuing fifteen members of the crew  of the Canadian steamer Karluk, of  thc Slefansson Arctic Expedition,  who are marooned on that Island. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 11, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every  Thursday at   Enderby,  13. C. at  $2   per year,   by  tha  Walker   Press.  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an incli first insertion,  25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. Si an inch per month.   Legal Notices:   12c a line first insertion: Sc a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading Natices and Locals: 15c a line.  JUNE 11. 1914  WHAT FUTURE HAS IN STORE  One cannot travel the' district adjacent to  Enderby and note thc vast amount of development work that is being done, without" realizing  ���������������������������in a measure at least���������������������������what magnificent potentialities the future lias in store. At the present  time not more Hum one per cent, of the possible  arable land is under thc plow. Only here and  there are small patches producing anything. In  nearly every case where settlers are located and  homes arc in Ihe course of making, only a few  acres have been tilled and are in crop. There arc  exceptions, it is true, to this rule, bul the exceptions only go lo prove, the truth of our opening  statement. When the-vast majority of settlers  and home-makers bring their acreage into like  condition of productiveness, then, and then only,  wi!J thc Enderby Diclrict conic into its own.  Go in any direction from Enderby for a day's  trip into the country, and you will find new acres  cleared and into crop. Look in any direction and  new clearings may be seen, where the brush is  piled into windrows ready for burning. On thc  Jiillsidcs,-()iutheJjcMiches,Jui(LuUlxc_^Jfiys-tlicsc  patches of clearing���������������������������in most instances on land  which has heretofore been given over to forest  and bush, and therefore believed lo be not lit  for cultivation���������������������������are showing up the thousands of  acres adjoining the clearings which arc yet lo be  cleared and tilled.  Hefore these clearings were made and the possibilities of the development of the hillsides and  highlands shown up, il was commonly believed  11 ui I the only lauds available for cultivation were  the meadows and low-lands found in the bottom.  And the timbered hillsides and smaller valleys  leading from the main bottom land lo the mountains looked most uninviting to the man in search  of fruit land and land for mixed fanning. In  fad,-one could not distinguish the arable hillside:.*  and valleys from the mountain slopes until these  recent clearings were made, and where valleys  and plateaus arc now showing, and hillside clearings rich in green with alfalfa, clover, or some  other fodder crop growing, the eye could sec only  thickly timbered areas. And there was believed  lo be no possibility^!' ever bringing these vast  acres under cultivation.  Now all this is changed. Thc clearings on  Endcrbv Heights, and the planting of orchards,  vegetable gardens and alfalfa and oat fields by  Mr. Lawes and Mr. Barnes, has demonstrated  possibilities in connection with these hills that  were onlv dreamed of before. And on thc hillsides and highlands in the vicinity of Glen Mary  the settlers have opened up a district that is rich  in future possibilities, indeed, recent developments on the hill properties on the east and west  sides of the Valley north of Enderby, have opened  up a country thai is more extensive, even, than  that of the bottom lands, and quite as fertile. It  is safe lo say that these highlands now being  shown up are as certain to make good, and as  sure of a harvest as any acre in the Okanagan.  That the highlands arc going to be in demand is  apparent from the popularity they have already  attained to. Settlers are picking them up as rapidly as they caii find open land for homesteadmg,  and others in a position .'.to buy are capturing all  the acreage available.       . .  In the Mabel Lake Valley the same conditions  prevail. In the past season a great amount of  land clearing has been undertaken, and new settlers arc picking up locations as fast as they can  be surveyed. On King Fisher creek, at Mabc  Lake, Dominion land surveyors have just finished  surveying a stretch of logged-off land that will  make homes forra large number of settlers, lnc  land covers an area of three miles in length by  two in width, and is all spoken of as good land,  with very light clearing. Other areas available  for homestcading arc being surveyed in thc vicinity of Hupcl, and when these arc taken up, which  they no doubl will be al an early date, there will  be located in that valley a population that will bo  heard from in a year or two, when they get their  lands under cultivation.  To our mind, Mabel Lake district promises as  much for the future today as all that part of the  Okanagan from Enderby south to Vernon prom-  isd say twenty years ago. In the Mabel Lake district there is another Okanagan opening up It  has thc land, and il has the other special features  that will play a prominent part in its development when they arc better understood and their  importance recognized.  LOOKING TO THE OKANAGAN ^  The Vancouver News-Advertiser in an editorial  reference to Ihe statement made last week by  Mr. McNicholl, vice-president of the C. P. R., with  reference to the intentions of that company to  "gridiron thc Okanagan," says:  "The visit of Mr. McNicholl to thc Okanagan  Valley was a timely journey. This is destined to  become a greater traffic producing district than  any other farming region of equal extent in Canada. Last year's freight business was a revelation lo thc Canadian Pacific head office. Now the  vice-president and general manager has motored  over part of the orchard,area lo discover that  only a small portion of the available land has yet-  been planted, and but an insignificant fraction ot  the part planted is in full bearing. The statement  'We will gridiron this country with railways,  is thc result of this discovery. Other companies  besides thc Canadian Pacific arc reaching for this  traffic, and thc prospects arc that there will'-be  much buusincss for all. Yet thc Okanagan is  only one of the many fruit-growing valleys in  this province."  BRINGING IN CAPITAL  B A N K of M O N T R E A L  Established 1817  Capital, ?16,OOD,000 (paid up)  R������������������*t, 916,060,000  H. V. Meredith, Esq., President  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  /BRANCHES IN LONDON, BNG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  7 i  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from |1 upwards, aud interest allowed at current ratca  Interest credited 30th June    and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH . A. E. TAYLOR, Manager  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuildings  Here are   some   specials in lumber while they last:  No. 2, 2x4, per thousand  9 13.00  No. 2 Lath, per thousand     1-78  Short Cord Wood      3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.rby  ���������������������������a  Canada's Best Flour  OGILV1FS  Mr. Charles Dccring, of thc International Harvester Company, in an article in "Tariffs, Reciprocity and F reign Trade," published by the American Acadcmv of Political and Social Science,  says: "Canada imposes a 17% per cent ad valorem duty on mowing machines, harvesters and  reapers,-and a, 20 per cent duty on cultivators,  plows, harrows, hav rakes, drills, weeders and  wind-mills. This is prohibitive, and has resulted  in a wonderful growth of the Canadian implement industry. American capital and American  brains have come across thc border, and, wilh  Canadian labor, have established these plants.  But for thc tariff this capital would have stayed  at home."  ROYAL  For "BreM and Pastry  At FLmwMXlMSFedstme  Finestin  WATCH THE HOME MARKET  A recent issue of the Co-operative News has this  bit-oi-sound-reasoning:���������������������������iiThe^systenLofLbuying,  in the cheapest and selling in the dearest market  involves, as a practical outcome, low wages and  dear food. Labor is bought cheaply; the production of labor, passing through the hands of many  middlemen, is sold back to the workers, who produced it, with those added items of profit which  make it dear. Low wages and high priced commodities cause an under-demand for labor, embodying itself in unemployment"  Another trite expression along this line comes  from "Tariff, thc Workers' Charter," by Ewart S.  Grogan, who says, "The home market is the very  bed-rock upon which thc foundation of the nation's scale of production must rest, since the  home market is thc one market which a community can absolutely secure for itself free from  outside influences."  Another from the Consular report form Dus-  seldorf for 1912: .."Thirty years ago Germany  set up her protectionist tariff, and it is an incontestable fact that during these last thirty years  Germany's progress has been nothing short of  marvellous."  She Wasn't an Enderby Miss  A farmer boy and his best girl were seated in a  buggy one evening in town, watching the people  pass.   Near by was a pop-corn vendor's stand.  Presently the young lady remarked: My, that,  pop-corn smells good!" "That's right," said the  gallant, "I'll drive up a little closer, so you can  smell it better."  Some men spend so much time trying to wreck  the business of other men that they smash their  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandoii  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 Led*e.)  KingEtlward^^Hotelr&^URPHY"Enderby  JAMES   MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC  Fruit Land Hay Laad  Town Lot*  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ina. (So.  The Phoenix Insurance Go. of London.  London-Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.  Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool (Life d'ept  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound $*r-  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS  own.  Renew your subscription to  The Press, and help it along  A SNAP!  FOR SALE���������������������������House and lot, 60x120;  frame, one-and-one-half story,  containing 9 rooms and bath; almost in centre of town and practically new; cement foundation;  plastered; electric lights, bath,etc  Price, $2,200; -$550 cash, balance  arranged. This includes furniture. A good chance for someone with a large family, or for a  private boarding house, as owner  has had all kinds of enquiries  .from people wishing rooms, but,  being otherwise engaged, could  not handle them. For further  particulars apply, Fred Sherlow,  Enderby.  OVER 6S YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  "on may   ther an  loromunlcH-  on Patent*  Bgency fof'socuriaj patents.  "Patents taken through Muun * Co. reoalYe  $petfal notl<n, without charge, la tha)  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated wmWJ. ^JJ^ iSS  OBlMl.n ot any scientific Journal. ������������������������������������������������������>��������������������������� ������������������r  Canada, $8.T8 a year, poBtage prepaid. Bold by  all newlBdsalofs.  MU.NM oVCo.3BtBrow,way'Hew York  Branch Offlce, 536 F Bt* Washington, D. O. Thursday, June 11, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  s  Enderby and School District Rate  Payers Who Have to Foot the Bills  Owing to several errors .and  omissions having crept in in the  publication of the list of Enderby  city and district ratepayers last  week, wc arc republishing the list  below, with all corrections and  omissions made:  REAL ESTATE TAXES  Adams, Frank A % 25.84  Airth, Alexander \  \&\  Airth, Caroline, (Miss)   ... 4.Jw  Airth, James . S.  20.17  Attenborough, Alwyn  <27.iW  (Mrs.)  Attenborough, M.E.  Bailey, Hobert    Bailey, Robert N.;, J  Baird, Andrew M   Baird, Isabella (Mrs.)   Baird, James E   - Bank Montreal "   Banton, Wm. E   Barnes, Fred H   Barrows, Wiley R   Bates, A. Mae (Miss)     Bell, George   Bell, Florence (Mrs.)-   Bcattic, Andrew   Bellamy, George      Berg,  Andrew:..;....'..:..  Blanchard, BeatnccMMrs.)  Blanchard, Hrbert E ..  Blackburn, Jane  (Mrs.)..,.  Blackburn, Richard   Blackburn,'William   Binch,  Richelieu  H   Birrcll, Andrew D   Bradley, Sarah J. (Mrs.)..  Bovett,  Charles ,W.:   Canadian Pacific Ry   Calder,  Thos.  H   Campbell, Duncan.   Carefoot, Joseph ,H....;.-..  - Carlson, Benj.* J.V..;   Carleton,/Eva .(Mrs?)     Carson, Rbbt.'C   :,Cedarson,7 Hugo. -..-.. .*  Chew I.Chung i\...... Vr-.-.i  Clark, Amos  ".. 7.   Cobb, Laura (Miss)   Columbia Fiouring Mills..  Coode, "John C. '7. .���������������������������"���������������������������*"���������������������������  Crane, 'John E.'.' .''S.... .'.!'.  Crane,, Reginald7. .v,.7^>r.;  Crossman,VAla'n E.'.,.".......,  Dagg, James C:'-.. .T:..-'.-.-. .'���������������������������  Dale, ..James. "T\  - Dugdale,, Chas. E;.  -"'Dill?Bro8.-r.J..v--":.  ���������������������������.'rDdugtfl; J^ A>"7 -.   . ...  .,.,  v DuncanV';Mary 5A7,(MrsO V-  .-*-. ,7- Enderby Brick.&Tilc.Co  |&i'srtEhdcrby LawnVTennisyClub ^122.53  p^^Ehglish.^anfeVlC^ ^v.:2&-'29.U  ���������������������������-X; :-l>.Evans��������������������������� James"E.. .-.-.<. :"..:*������������������������������������������������������.:; *oij.M  5-^?-:. VEyans^JdsephW.f ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ^������������������%������������������<J  3>/*',--h Faulkner; Andrew.A7.: :'.'. ."-������������������.*x98.0o  r 7 ' L inackr.WalteivH.jr..-:..;..-  >"4.fo3  FlewwellingAHrF. .7.;...vi/. 45.0o  >Flewwelling,Tlrma (Miss).-.-, *f'4.������������������>������������������  , Folkard JoW?. V. ^.^r.i\ ;r 17.22  ~ '   * 14.o7  l'T  ��������������������������� -m        *.w.  1 S\  ft-i-vy-'^rt-. ^r-  1.64  13.25  13.25  86.80  9.1)4  25.83'  519.40  19.22  206.01  25.17  .4.05  478.85  26.50  33.78  4.63  23.85  7.9)  82.82  4.24  41.08  9.27  21.20  33.13  ��������������������������� 30.47  12.59  382.92  17.89  10.60  ,143.75  - 3U0  19.21  18.55  ��������������������������� 5.30  -725.18  : V 9.29  21.85  1,033.50  402.80  96.07  - 74.63  ''4.65  U ? 54.33  ��������������������������� '���������������������������. 32.46  ' 11.92  > 106.00  ������������������712.60;  1>37;10  -^47.70  Jaquest, Henry P  62.28  Johnson, Carl    23.85  Johnson, Jas. F  58.33  Johnson, Cathrine J. (Mrs.) 10.60  -Johnston, Albert E  35.11  Johnstone, Jane (Mrs.).... 39.08  Johnstone, John S  15.91  Jones, Robt    37.10  Keith, Harry W  127.85  Keith, May B. (Mrs.)  10.00  Kellington, Chas. W  14.58  Lawes, Eva (Mrs.)  21.20  Lawes, Geo. R  344.37  Linton Estate  30.48  Logan,   (Mrs.)  4.63  Lindrot, Hugo  ��������������������������� 12.51)  Long' Louie     ��������������������������� 17.22  Lucas, John C  18.55  Lundberg, Carl     Lundberg,   Frederick.....  Mack, Edward J   MacKay, Jane (Mrs   Mansel, George W   Marois, Edmund:...,......  Marshall. A. T   Martin, James   Matlhews, Ann   (Mrs.)   Methodist   Church :-..;  Miller, John ...'.'.*.   Mitchell, Hugh   Mitchell, Hugh A.   Moffet, Francis V   Mowat, James .'������������������������������������������������������  Murphy,  Patrick  H..:   Munroe,- Geo.- E..   McArthur & Harper   McLcod, Donald .A........  McMahon, James   McMahon, Elizabeth (Mrs.)  McMahon, Ernest   McMahn,,John ...........y..  Neill, Horace-,   Nichol,' James.   Okanagan Telephone Co'.-. ~.  Okanagan" Saw Mills LtdI..  Olford,-Bruce. ."...   Oppertshauser, 'Charles.'..,  Paradis,^ Caroline- (Mrs.);.  Paul, Andrew   ,   Peel,-Robert.-E..<.........  Pell, * Win., C...'..... ft?.:  Riper,- CeciP-G.v; .*. ./.-'���������������������������: ���������������������������  Poison; 'John R7    Poison/'Thos. CS...... i..  Plson, Victor :'.:. .S ..;. ...  Poison,-Wm. S.. -."..'  R61sJon;"*Smuer^. 7. ?.7*...;.'  Pound,? AlicerJ.- (Mrs.) .r...  Ppund,?William :'. .y.\.-.".  Powers,-* Geo. ������������������L.:-.-..v... ~. \  Price, Albert <R.. .77 .......  Pfosser, Frederick",R".,:'.-.;'... - , ���������������������������  Pyman,-Martha:J:i(Mrs.) *^.'49.03  Reeycs,cElizab^thV(Mrs.)XMf,62.2/  9.28  28.49  125.88  76.85  9.27  19.88  20.53  37.10  '   13.25  . 84.79  25.17  .   13.25  5.95  245.55  , 86.38  353.78  . 10.60  - - 6.02  - 11.27  38.42  25.17  4.65  7  15.32  4.65  '    21.20  '   76.85  2,303.65  7 17.88  ^38.42  39.75  .   39.08  .- 75.52  ���������������������������'-" 46.38  49.03  10.59  34.45  4.65  --48.13  1,813.41  ,   30.47  . - -18.55<  \  14.57  .   10.60  7.95  Vogel,  Rex <-��������������������������� ��������������������������� 12.57  Walker, Anna G. (Mrs.)... 13.25  Walker, H.MV...  1������������������2.39  Wallace, William  32.46  Ward, Richard & John C.. 121.90  Wheeler, Wm. J.  111.96  Wheeler, Edward C  29.81  Wheeler,   (Mrs.)  10.07  Williams, Guy L  50.36  Wilson,  Albert... ���������������������������... 36.44  Wilson, Herbert R  42.40  Woods, Wm. J............ 176.88  Worthington, Hugh H  39.09  EXTRA-MUNICIPAL  DISTRICT  $15,746.17  SCHOOL  .$  Pa-', '_���������������������������  j Forrester,, Ed win,      .  CForester, Edith M. (Miss) .,.^^74:87,  ^Forester, Robt. E.xT..,. .S .... -.18.55,  ; Fortune, "A".' L.' ":���������������������������::-.-. 7;.". /.';    1 * "1  j."Fravel,' James .F.'..;. .".���������������������������_���������������������������"���������������������������",��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-  "pulton,-. Andrew. .y.S.~.._.....  Funk; Florence A.' (Mrs.),..  'Gaylord/John Br,'.. r...:..:  ;.Gibbs,:Mabel'R;,(Miss).;.; o  ' Gilroy," Jacob A7���������������������������.'.".'..:-...  : Glen^'Kenneth ..-. .:���������������������������.. .r. ���������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������-  S Golightly.rW.m; H.^.;v_^ ��������������������������� ���������������������������'_  Gorle, ^.Frederick T-   --.- Graham", -Wni. Jr."-. t.'.". -.::."  Grant;VJ6hhrN. ...:......  z Gray,'-Edward" G.i  '   Greyell.'HenryyJr.     ,  Gunter;: Abram ' 7. .'...>:  Hallet, :Edwin.....;.......  t Hanson, Ole-/'-:..........''.,  iHartry, Samuel F.;...:,....  . Hartry, Agnes (Mrs:) ...r..  - Harvey, Eva E. (Mrs.):.-. ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Hassard,. Frank; .V.....;. .^^  Hatcher,^Isabel H. (Mrs.)-..  Hawkins, Chas.-E........ ���������������������������'  Hendrickson, E. F. (Mrs.).  Henniker, Mabel (Mrs.)...  Higginson, John   Hughes, Bessie (Mrs.).   Hughes, - Geo. T ������������������������������������������������������;������������������������������������������������������;  Hutchison, Margaret (Mrs.)  Hoffman, Edward B.......  - Jalland, Elizabeth (Mrs.)..  13.91  7 35.12  256.39  15.89;  ,-.:74.8>  -.- c'49.17  .    102.03  :,.- 4.63  . ;  35.78  S ,19.88  .-.   31.80  . - 52.34  f   27.16  ..-.-62.93  .'17.22  .7 22.52  7  '62.94  . ,16:56  .:, %70:22  11.26  =72;88;  27.16  '   78.8  4.01  14.75  153.04  20.86  9.28  4.63  25.18  Robinsonr Mary*(Mrs.)y7. .y. v^ ^10.b0  Robinson; Tom'.Hv'.r.. r.".7-,.\ 118.oo  Robinson^ Ruth; (Mrs.). .;7.'; ^5.9o  Ronald, ;Wm.7EL7.-:.: 7.:-' ..7-20.54.  R6soman^ATny.*;(Mrs.)7V:4^^:-13.23  RosomanrBlanche :(Mrs.)1.| > 15.90,  Rosoman,,GraKam^r....-.:r,^-7b.8o  Russell.^Wm. A:... ....v^.-.'-X^lJ-SJ  RutberfoVd,tMary::j.;(Mrs^j:27  Ruttan,-JohnVli:-.r,  ,  SaniV- Bow:... ...v. 7. .V::,.*?.:.  St. /Andrew'syChurch..;. i-'iv.  St.u GeqrgelsyChurch. .".C. .y.  SchuItz',.tGustavius'-.- /V^. ''.  Sewell; ^EHzabethV (Mrs.)A;;  Sharpe,' .Geo. R.1:;..,'..'.;...  Sherlow,^ Frederick,. S..S. v  Simard,*~Edward /... / ,. :  Simard, Maryr(Mrs.). ^....,  Sirigref John- AV7:.-..,."... r  Sing . Kee.'.'.^:r.: 77.^..: ;,r:  Skanes; E.^(Miss:): 7..-S...  Skejie; SimbnyO:...: S'. :-;*.-  Smedley, Geo; H.. ::?.\ ~. LS  Smithcrs, Andrew J:......  Sparrow, Elizabeth,(Mrsr)..  Speera,^ Sidney :H....;. 7.-..  Stoward, Robert H .....  Stoward,   George   -Stoward,^Mary^E.4Mrs.)..:.,  Stroulger./Kathleen  (Miss)  Sutcliffe,  Alfred...   Swan,. Henry   Taylor,  Harold'.,.   Teece,- Samuel .'   Taylor,' William....'   Turner, Francis T'. '.  Turner, Violet H. (Mrs.)..  Utas, John   27.83  : X 2.65  :125.21  ���������������������������;. 15124  : 22.52  368.35  . 15.90  -24.51  .   18.55  SsU.hr  ; 47.23  ',- 4.64  -  19:S7  * 84.80  ' 22:51  f 25.34  29.15  37.10  :   14.58  Armstrong, S. F   Avery, Chas. G   Backhaus, R. G......... .  Byrnes, Mary L. (Mrs.)...  Barnum, A. W   Beattic, Andrew.   Bechervais, John J   Bigge, C. F....   Bogert, John E   Brash,  Thomas   Brown,  George   Bryant, Thomas A   Byrnes, Henry,   Bucknel, George   Cameron, Benj. J   Cameron, Robt. B. McL...  Campbell,   Alexander   C. P. R. Co.....   Chadwick,, Robt.,.-'   Chaqman, Pcrcival W...  Davies, Horatio Gv,   Dodge,   H.  D.............  Dunwoodie, Merlin C...  Dunwoodie, Joseph     Elliott,' Hezekiah   Ellison, James   Enderbv Brick & Tile Co.  Flack, Walter H...   Flewwelling, H. F   Forster,~Robt. EVT   Frei, Peter J. r   Garden,   Chas.:   Gardner,.John-..:   Gibbs, Mabel R.(Miss)...  Gilroy, Jacob A.��������������������������� ... .  Glen, -(Mrs.)". 7.."..'.   Gosnell, Wilfred, B:......  Greaves, L. C.7. :���������������������������. ���������������������������'   Grindon, Henry :n   Gunter,- Abrani." :S:   Johnson, James F:......;.  Johnston^ G.tB.V.-?..'.... ���������������������������  Lawes;31 Geo;-R;r "..,..  Leroy;. Lafayette.,;'.-.......  Lucas,- George ".-.'-'. ...:...  Marwood,- David, .-i"..-.. v  Moffet, Francis .V.........  Mohr,' CD... t .;:-.T.t..'..'.  MurdochW.;F. ...........  'Miirphy,^Patrick H.......  McKay,~J.JohnvSS.'V:-. r 7. /.  McKee.j Harvey &��������������������������� .:i������������������:;.T.v,  McMahbri,1G^E;^Y:/.. -.,;  Nelson;>ChasnM;^.,:..":  Jlewberry^D.vW.?;-.':. /..  Poison,-Samuel. ?.:...,. s.j.?  Prest6nV-Hehry.;A,7..;.. ���������������������������"��������������������������� ���������������������������  Proctor,I'LTi.'SS. fvr: 7. t^.^  Rice/Sadie M.c:(Mrs.).\v\.������������������������������������������������������  Robcrts,iR6bert?r7....\>:.-.\  Roberts; /.Samuel .^.".;. ���������������������������',���������������������������"���������������������������' ��������������������������� j  Scott,\JamesJ".'7".'". T.* .7.'. .7..  Sharpe,-Geo. R..:..';../...;.  Simpson^R.-B. (Miss)....'.  Smedley; Geo. H.. .,C-r  Spear, Richard ��������������������������� J..': :-���������������������������.. ��������������������������� / ���������������������������  Stebbings,^W.: Frederick..  Strickland, Bertha (Mrs;.)...  Stroulger, ������������������Kathlecnif (Miss)  Tcece,rSamuel.':. 'rS...'...;.  Teece,^Herbert V. .'������������������������������������������������������...  Tibbettsr.Octavius D...:./.;  -Waby,  Frederick.;...". S.-".  ' 2.08  24.85  ,  2.80  14.88  5.60  2.62  7.53  2.80  .      26.42  .      49.84  6.83  .      38.29  .    "12.77  .      11.20  . - -13.03  ��������������������������� 4.20  16.80  16.19  2.80  .       5.46  1.68  " 1.33  .     -11.73  12.60  .      17.95  6.30  .      12.60  . ,    ,1.05  . 7    7.8S  .      32.06  5.7S  .    -12.60  ..'���������������������������   5.60.  .      12.00  .    ,11.55  12.12  ;  .   :2.80  .   ��������������������������� 18.20  .    -. -5.60  .;7 32.48  . .   10.92  ..- ' 10.15  .      - 4.20  .    .' 8.40  .    ^17.50.  .r ���������������������������'���������������������������  8.75  .'���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������15.40  .   .12.53  .*M7.15  >   50:40  -.:->, 10.67-  ^i;i4.oo  !.->. vi.oo  =^712.25;  *P&U'AZ  v;7:.67.2i:  .";������������������',  . 8.������������������������������������3  ;Vv;i4;42i  r/7M7-15  ~.vj^e2.rjS  "."'���������������������������> '3.68  >7'-9.10  ".^.r-. '6.30.  \'t'-.   3.15:  ;-'" -  9.98  ���������������������������.-: -2.661  ,.3.22  7-72.59  -.'i'l 2.62'  1153.13  ���������������������������11.20  ; ,14.70  ,     7.35  Oven is a wonderful baker. That's because  the heat flues completely encircle it  <i)c_nA0 satisfies ^l%VinQft'l7aQuiqlin(t  i%g**3f- cook on every point. Let the  McClary dealer demonstrate the fact.     ; M  SOLD BY MURRIN HARDWARE CO., Limited  Pretty Fre^ti^wl Jiuife^Brides  7j;^|  -'fiC'^'l  you may require, and at prices that are RIGHT.  ' '���������������������������!-.>);  lJi rfi:  5'jf' i-  \&  enderby:MUSIClSTORE  ��������������������������� ;v*r     --i & t> /._. .*,_'.������������������ .<���������������������������.^  J.". E-Crane, PropX/.^  I   *V^ r*ry ��������������������������� *>���������������������������#*.  C7i^"^/I  ���������������������������- *j* ?���������������������������  5^,>  . vot������������������  '���������������������������;��������������������������� > '���������������������������' ������������������;,���������������������������  -ink  $i;io9.39  LOCAL IMPROVEMENT RATES  -9.94"  31.80  30.47  4.64  351.12  9.27  4.63  " 20.55  11.93  Mills.  Bank oj". Montreal .  Bell, George-   C/P. R. Co.../...  City .'of* Enderby...  .Coode,- John C. ...  Columbia, Flouring  Crane, JohjL E_.__-___--_l ��������������������������� ll  DiirBrds ........;...... ���������������������������  Fulton,  Andrew   Gilroy, Jacob A *"....  Keith, H. ,\V   Murphy, Patrick H   Poison, Samuel     Adams, Frank A.  ..- .  Sharpe, George R   Walker,  H.  M   Ward, Richard & John S..  NDERBY  HARDWARE  CO.  Are in receipt of a nice  line of  Oil Stoves for  Hot Weather  -sssHpr'-    ^ukSb^   ^Gf^sr  Junior Oil Stove,  1 Burner <  $3-50  Perfection, 2Burn������������������r..lr0  Perfection, 3 Burner.. J4'^  Oven for Stove $3.75  (with glass.door)   We sell Royalite Coal Oil "^ r  for our Stoves, per gal. ,jDC  We have  36.52  121.61  124.04  29.19  -31.40  98.63  10.95  =^21^91-  - 72.69  "  19.72  21.91  92.43  120.47  9.12  14.89  21.91  18.26  B^STRAtHCON^SfORYs  [ ij-"^y i>y  u������������������j',������������������Tj".j:Hl-'   it _/ t   ;fi-Li^     j.tb,i>7: i ������������������v ,���������������������������������������������������������������!.     ,~  ti  i_- _������������������  Ji- v������������������\_* r *  _.**St~ -*���������������������������-*"-    -    ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ^- ���������������������������  ���������������������������1" Loi d Strathcona*; of tea 'declared"; that'  a ScoUmanj-.thoughyie; spent-hlf^Wfj  abroad; ever remains Ja'Sc^smwh-an*;  the ubiquity,,of 'the-race.lwas a;favorlto.  conversational f theme '-with:, hlm.^^To  lllustrate_:it;yhe jtold_Lot^a.^BcoUmsfi.  fin 8hanfiudiwWbettid:M.uici^ulofii  Boutherner>^that^he;wouldvdls^v.������������������r!  a4brlthe������������������g,8cot;',ln.'���������������������������r^S^r^m^  harbor:" AOolng; toteachyshlpV In;, turf)  and ^stioutlng:;"Are(ypu 'therg;M^������������������  Into' ihk ebfliie-roomr he got VAy;e;������������������/<rj  as ������������������nsw������������������r ���������������������������very/timWi' w'A^Jfr  !������������������l~  :__;: __$_865.68  E;J;  Livery, Feed & Sale Stable*!  1i1!enderby,_b .JLl _.  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 ol the ordinary  paper supply houses.  x  building material  Lawn Mowers,   6.oo$a5nd������������������$8.oo  Grass Catchers at $1.35. Lawn Sprinklers, 35c, 50c and $1.50  Rubber Hose,.15c foot (good hose); Better Quality, 20c foot  ENDERBY HARDWARE CO.,   in Enderby Hotel Block  It needs ���������������������������<  No Repairs  Its use  means  Economy  Canada Cement  makes the most satisfactory concrete. Get my prices before  placing your order for.Concrete  Blocks, Brick and Tile. I carry  a full line for every purpose, or  can fill special orders promptly.  J. S. JOHNSTONE, Enderby  Good Rigs; Careful Drivers; Draying.of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-'  dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists in-  . vited to give us a trial.   ,   .  * j. i.  j.... ,l .5.. ^��������������������������� v ,,. j.   ..    ..=cu i *   ' * ytzLxj -&������������������^_%������������������&  :^^SECRET^SOCIETIESf|^^  . 'Regulir "vmeSingt^flw^^T^  ,Thur������������������d������������������Vi'on -������������������.^Mt^th������������������tM-SS^  -^full'moon at 8p. m. in QM^i^l^l^i  t*} fellowB>HftU. -^VI^lM&W;^������������������!  K br������������������thr*n^ordi������������������lly; tavHadV33^3& |  /. ... *. ;v'. r.-iNofrwABWICKr"'-?J^lf  ^i-*'j..ViiSecwtsnr *lL������������������J-ii- /j-j-^BI  ^"SJ- .iT    "���������������������������'���������������������������N ���������������������������^������������������^XT"-.T^ A.' '..tJ-ttKl  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  ^^���������������������������^^I^f-w^^i/r Eureka Lodr*. Urn. W  Meete every Tu������������������day ���������������������������venintr'at Bp'cloek. fa l.Q.  0:F7hM.mmUM~J>\otk. -vVtaltfag UroiW* ������������������l- .  way***welcome.;'- ^ :?Wr H. LOGAN.-N. G"^  ���������������������������>?,��������������������������� "M-JA8.MARTIN. V.G  ':<��������������������������� .*' *.   B. E. WHEELER. Sec'y.,  ;-. \hS\ GEO/ BELLAMY. Tr������������������w  '.-���������������������������c-'i. rx-v  :.v-b'  !W������������������  ^ENDEptilLCijdGE  :.;"? .���������������������������.vy';No:S5. K. of P.V"-V^  Seeta'every' Monday l^venin(  K. of P. Hall.. ,Viiitftn������������������ cor-  aially Invited to attend.^ .<;-  J T. C."CALDER.C. <������������������r*.*r 1  ��������������������������� c. e.strickland;k:r.s.  '* :t ���������������������������   /-       .-; R? J. COLTART. M.F..  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dance* and all public  entertainments. - Ferrates, etc., addresa,' <'.~ ���������������������������,-"'  G. G.CAMPBELL. Enderby ���������������������������'  ^professional:  A C. SKALING, B.-A.  rie ,. ������������������ 7���������������������������  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary^Public. '���������������������������.*���������������������������-  **      Money to Loan -  Bell Blk: ,      Enderby, B.C.  D  R.HrW.: KEITH,  Office houra:   Forenoon, 9,to 10:30  '  ,. Afternoon, 3 to 4  Evening, 6:30 tp 7:3A  Sunday, by appointment  Omce: Cor. OlIT and George Su. EM DERBY  Q   L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block      Enderby, B.C.  John Johnson  SALMON ARM, B.  O.'.  Box 644 Phone'6H  Licenced Auctioneer. Sales attended to promptly. Terms on application, or through the Walker Press.  Cefpyri/ht, iy������������������ri>, . ^.  When in need of printed letterheads, envelopes, shipping  tags, etc., let the Walker  Press do it.   We've the cute.  A. E. West, ladies' and gentlemen's tailor, cleaner and presser, is  now ready for business in the old  Walker Pressoffice, and is prepared  to guarantee all work placed in his  hands. ���������������������������-���������������������������V '  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 11, 1914  I POLSON, MURRIN & SPEERS I  DEPARTMENT STORE I  SJ  MEN' SUITS  645  Men's Suits-  Regular $12 to $15:  Special at  Men's Suits-  Regular$16 to $20:  ;*<7;, -            7       ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������- ���������������������������-    ,:',77.:!  X  A few more 20th Century High-    }  ��������������������������� Class Suits   AT HALF-PRICE   >  ��������������������������� -while they last..  SATURDAY  YOU MUST COME QUICKLY !  Men's Hats  1.25  Men's High-Grade  Felt Hats;  regular $3 to $3.50 '  SPECIALat  f  Saturday      J  Oil ly a p0und of 40c black |  Tea with each $3 purchase. %  %  P 8j  S"nPP"TCl Department Store, Enderby  M:������������������m:M^ ������������������������������������    kjp^/\^i- 0, Successors to the Poison Mercantile Co.  v  t  T  ?  V  Y  Y  V  Y  Y  re nowin  Glass of Printers  Two-Magazine Model K Linotype  THE PRINTING PLANT 0   THE WALKER PRESS IS FULLY  EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ALL CLASSES  OF    COMMERCIAL  JOB  PRINTING.  LOOSE LEAF BILLHEAD  DUPLICATE   BILLING FO MS  1 LETTERHEADS  ENVELOPES  \ STATEMENTS  .ALL LINES OF RULL'ED    ND UNRULLED    WRITING PAPER  PRICE LISTS  BOOKLETS  CIRCULAR LETTERS  DODGERS .   ;   .  |   ;  POSTERS '::..���������������������������":  j WINDOW  CARDS '       r  WEDDING  CABINETS  WEDDING  CAKE BOXES AND CARDS ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..,  FINANCIAL   STATEMENT .      : /  BALL PROGRAMMES  INVITATIONS "���������������������������' ���������������������������  "   '"'"���������������������������:  ,     VISITING   CARDS '; :'-.>������������������������������������������������������  MATING LISTS     ,,' ' .'    ' '���������������������������.  - "���������������������������'  BUTTER WRAPPERS  HAVE  YOUR  PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE   WALKER   PRESS  :xx  ginning 3pnst{)ortoM j^w  ���������������������������^ I ENDERBY   AND   DISTRICT   CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION  :c  >o������������������c  BARGAINS���������������������������THOSE AT HOME AND IN THE CCATALOGUES  A real bargain is securing an article at a lower price than its original selling cost.  A fake bargain is when you are  paying its real selling price under  the delusion that it has been reduced  , Most every piece of goods handled by your local merchants is  made lo sell at a definite price���������������������������  based no value7  When goods are sold at reduced  prices, it is generally because the  dealer prefers to get his original investment out of them, rather than  wait for a profit.  In the mail order bargains this is  different because the goods are  generally made to sell at a bargain  their original value being based on  how cheap they can be made to sell  a I a profit.  In getting a bargain, one should  not see how cheap one can get it,  but how good the value.  You know that your local merchants handle reputable goods-  goods lhat have a trade-mark which  stands for the manufacturer's  pledge of faith to thc public. /  y _Your_ deajejy handles these goods  because he can sell-them to you'  knowing that they-are the best.  Ever notice whether you can get  these same goods from thc ni.ul  order houses? In the mail order  catalogues, you will find listed  everything that is made. You will  find stoves that look just like the  ones your local dealer carries���������������������������  exact in every particular, except  the name.' It's the same way with  furniture, clothes, hats, home furnishings, etc.  Possibly you will run across a  a well-known article, but it is there  only lo lend an air of merit to the  thousands af unknown and unnamed articles This is for thc purpose of association.  This well-known article was  probably purchased in limited  quantities, jusl to be able to make  good if you insistd on purchasing il,  instead of similar articles of their  own manufacture.'.  It is only natural, while perusing  thc glittering pages of the gaudy  mail order catalogues, lo base your  estimate of the goods described by  thc goods illustrated.  That is why you find so many illustrations, drawn by artists whose  imagination is far in excess of reality. Then on every other second  or third page, you see "special bargain" in huge type, followed by a  lurid description of an article selling al a ridiculously low price.  And the object of such a bargain  is so ridiculously simple: association again.   You naturally think, or  at least you are supposed to think,  lhat all the articles in the catalogue  are priced accordingly.  But don't forget: The mail order  houses are in business to make  money���������������������������not to lose it. And, generally, when'the goods are delivered  il will be found that the lower the  price thc lower thc value.  (Anything to get the money.),  GOD GETS BLAMED  ���������������������������:u  When the Titanic was lost at sea  through the" madness of her captain  in racing against time with floating icebergs in the path., of his  mighty ship, many people who  felt themselves in a position to  know, blamed God. And now we  hear the same kind of talk in connection with the ramming of the  Empress of Ireland', in the St.  Lawrence. A despatch from Toronto states that the high officers  of thc Salvation Army look upon  the loss of the Empress and so  many Army officers on board as a  direct message of criticism from  Above, and the Army will try to  fincLtheJIawJnjtself which.caused  it to merit divine rebuke. Poor,  God. For all of man's foolhardi-  ness He has to take the blame.  A meeting of Ahc members of  Ward Eight (8), which'includes all  members residing within the' city  limits of the-above association) will  be held inTthe.K. of; P. Hall on  Friday evening, June 12th, 1914. ������������������l  eight (8) p. 'in. for the purpose of  electing .Councillors^ to. represent  the Ward. ;     --'.    H. G.Davirs,  -Secretary   Enderby . &~ District  Conservative. Association;        ,.  - Art" Clothes���������������������������made - to - measure  only���������������������������See-samples and leave measure at Enderby Supply Co's. ^ ;  C , ���������������������������        :   . . ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ :.  A House on Your  ������������������������������������������������������=== Hands ===  DI4 rem oror Oguro oot how  ���������������������������mail o porcootog* of ow population poo������������������ your hovto whoro  lhtrc������������������n04'H������������������ * "To.l*������������������������������������" ���������������������������!*���������������������������.  or how lorgo o porcontego rooo)  owr popor? Good tooonto ���������������������������*���������������������������..  net tho Hl������������������4 thot horo tt������������������o Ut  wooto l������������������ golog M-oun* loo*l������������������g  for alga*.    Thoy look l������������������ our  If ro������������������ hovo ������������������ heuoo o������������������ row  -ho������������������Hlof=o=" Hou������������������o-lo-Lot^o*.=  will bring thorn to roo.  Keeping Out of  the ruts  The blood of a business which advertises regularly runs faster than the blood of a business  which rarely or never opens its mouth.  Men who get in ruts grow like ruts. There is a  certain comfort and contentment in routine���������������������������  which word is very close to "rutine."  /    ���������������������������       ���������������������������.     '  Advertising compels the advertiser to bestir himself���������������������������and since he advertises to YOU, since he  wants your favor and custom, you can be pretty  sure that he is doing his best to d.eserve your  favor and custom.  A NOTE TO THE PUBLIC  Give your custom to those, who solicit it who  tell you they want it j who.tell you what they are   '  doing in your interests.   Encourage those who  serve you best and most.  Shop where you are Invited to Shop  4  ( ^  f- -  Thursday, June 11, 1914  THE ENDERBXPgggS ANDJWALKER^JjTEEKI^  NO  ALUM  READ  LABEL  BAKING POWDER  Picking and Packing of Strawberries  and Raspberriesyfor. the Markets  i. r^f: Htt*;**'  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier, Healthier Lite  By the Philosopher-Physician  GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M., M. D.  The Horticultural Branch of the  Department of Agriculture, Victoria  has issued thc following rules for  picking, grading and shipping  strawberries and raspberries:  Strawberries   ���������������������������  Exercise le essential   to   the  preservaton of health, while Inactivity le a potent cause of defeneration. The vigor and equality of the circulation, the function* of the skin, are all   promoted   by   muscular   activity,  which thus ksepe up  a   proper  bslance and   relation   between  the Important   organe   of   the  body.   In youth the vigor of the.  system Is often so great  that If.  one organ.be sluggish another  part will make amendsfor the.  deflolency by acting vicariously  and   without   any   consequent  damage to  Itself.    In  eld  age  the task cannot be ehlfted from  one organ to another; the work  allotted.to each sufficiently taxes.  Its strength, and vicarious ao-  tion cannot be performed without mischief.   Hence the Importance of maintaining, -so far as  possible, the equable action   of  all the bodily organe, so that the.  share of the vital processes as-,  signed to each shall be properly-accomplished. 'For thle reason, then, exercise Is.an Important* part of the conduct'of life  In old age, but���������������������������and. thle le . a  very Important polnt-j-dlaeretlon  Is absolutely, necessary.7 An old  , man should discover by experience how. much exercise hie oan  take,without exhausting his powers, and should be careful never  to exceed  the, limit;; Old  persons are apt tolrorget that their  staylng: powers yare 'much  less  *than:,they, once "were; and that  "while a"walk7of two, ,or f:three  imllee may>pi^������������������^t������������������ay.-and MJeaf.  rurable,1. the������������������addltlon<-of. the  re-  -tiirn Journey-of-?aimllar/length  tmay^7aeriou������������������|y^5yov������������������rtax^ the  - strengths"- 'S/ yS ;V -���������������������������- .-���������������������������' Y'" '���������������������������  \^(Copyright,'1������������������10,:by*"W."Q7Chepmenl);" $  >    V'm. "JS S~ , r ���������������������������     5i   *,  *'    ~*  *    S r    * "* L. _-t_m_-_mmr  ���������������������������*r< -V' ���������������������������*     __SL-_���������������������������-_m_l_���������������������������_m_���������������������������_m_���������������������������m^m*^m**^m*mmmmmm***_*^^SE  l; Make pickings as soon as the  color of the berries indicates Ihe  proper market maturity. l7or long  express shipments picking; should  be made when berries show about  one-third color, the degree of color  depending on the distance of tho  market.  2. Make frequent pickings, going  over thc vines on alternate days.  Immediately after a period,of. rain  go over thc whole, patch, cleaning  up all the fruit and sending the  fruit that is fit-to .the, cannery. _  3. Pick in the, cool, part of th<  day if possible, and do not allow  the fruit to stand'in the sun or dust  after picking. Carry the stands to  the packing shed at once after they  have been filled. ; :     ~&  4. Each picker should be provided with stands holding six cups.  Remove the^berries from,the vine  by breaking the ..stem over the forefinger in giving the berry a Utile  side motion. . Do not' injure the  berry in any way, either by pressure or by tearing it loose from the  calyx or "hull." 7 Pick tlfe vines  clean andiplace soft, berries in separate "cup's for the cannery, throw:  ing the culls away.      -      -   . 7    '���������������������������  Pack  the/berries  in  a-cool  other' any" raspberries that are lo  be shipped. Have a separate cup  for cannery berries. Throw away  any berries showing decay. Do not  put one over-ripe * berry in the  shipping cup as it will spoil the  rcstoandJhe market condition of  the whole crate will be ruined.  3. Berries should not be picked  while thc bushes are damp, either  from dew; rain or fog, except for  cannery purposes.  4. See that the cups are filled  full, having all the corners filled tc  thc top.      ���������������������������'      ���������������������������   ' . '  5. Pickers must not pinch the  berries, nor hold them in the hand  toybe. crushed. The berry should  be taken firmly, between the forefinger and the thumb, with a lateral  twist removed from the core and  placed ��������������������������� directly" into the shipping  cup. Pinching makes a red discoloration after the berry has beentron  the market a few days, which'' is  followed   by   premature   softening  and decay.  6. As soon as picked place the  cups in, the crate in a cool place.  Never" allow berries to stand in the  sunshine or dust-after being picked  For express shipments cool the  berries to 60 deg. by fanning with  night air "and  ship the  following  morning.  Edwin Smith.  CANADA'S VAST RESOURCES  The potential agricultural resources of Canada are indicated  by the fact that not more than 2.0  per cent of the total land area of  the nine provinces is now under  cultivation. This is one of the  interesting statements in a bulletin  just issued by the census and sh-  tistics branch of the department of  trade" and commerce.  Thc area under cultivation is  given as 30,000,000 acres. Only  about 31 per cent of the area now-  occupied as farm land is at present under cultivation. In B. C  only 1.12 per cent' is occupied,  with 20 per cent cultivatable.  Peabody Overalls ��������������������������� They are  made to fit and wear. Enderby  Supply Co., Euderby Agents.  If you  have land  to sell  List it with me.  If you want to  buy land, see me.  My a������������������w boeklet deecriptive of the Mara Die-  triet is now out.   GET   ONE.  Cha������������������. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard, Mara, B.C  ADVICE TO GIRLS^  ;j������������������l&;5GRAY/Florist  ������������������  ::;;..'-NOWvREADY-0 ,-   :  S   SPLENDID LOT 'OF  ASSORTED  GERANIUMS; NO. if Price $1.50 Per  dozen. .  . .  LARGE VARIETY OF- ANNUALS  ���������������������������STOCKS ,_ASXER^.r_PETUNlAS  PANSIES, Etc BEST SORTS ONLY  ���������������������������25c per dozen.  ROSES,      DAHLIAS,       HOLLY  HOOKS, Etc:        '"      '  TOMATOES   and   other vegetable  plants. /      -  Phone 224  Mail orders receive prompt atten  tion.  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 tbe  meat block strictly. FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot caflb, s  caH give you the best pries possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  People of Enderby  When you - buy bread buy the  best, and make sure that it is made  in Enderby, and made by a white  man. Joe Doerflinger is trying to  build ' up a permanent, well-kept  and safe bakery business in Enderby. Don't you think it is worth  something to the town to have an  establishment of this kind ? Then  ,do .your part to encourage such an  enterprise.  shed "having plenty of light., Before,  packing, remove, the^berries; from  the,picking:cups;, placing themrup:;  on a cloth-covered. packing frame.  Be sure, the ��������������������������� berries .are .perfectly  dryil before packing. ..Forcing, cur-,  rents over..ythe'. berries .while they,  are.^upom theTframes-removes, all  fmoisture;/bVings^outitheydustrey on  ttie";fruiPjf'nds.leaves'it iihyarcpol  condition),,,7>/-u-' i������������������~;/;-* '-*���������������������������r '���������������������������"  -���������������������������''6. S'"Use^experienced V packers..  For long:distance".shipments,make  at least-threei-grades:   A���������������������������Distant  market, grade,  using, only "sound;  partially-colored, fruit.     ,13-^-Local  market "grade, "using sound andAVcH-  coiored: fruit.   -C���������������������������Canneryygrad������������������>  which includes, a good quality, of  ripe fruit.   All,berrics,.showirig the  least indication of decay-or- deter-,  ioration , are'-culls.. and\must   be  thrown . away...'Such-berries. wilj  spoil the rest of the crate.  -7.. To determine the proper color, that, berries    shouid   have for  long distance shipment by express,  the best plan is to study the train  schedules    and     determine     the-  amount of time it will require the  berries to arrive at their destination.. Pick several .cups of berries  nt-diffftrent-sta������������������es_of-maturity_an{l.  place   them   in   a   temperature   of  65 deg.    At .the end of the given  time inspect the berries and determine which is in the best shape.  For this test the cups should  be  wrapped   up   in   newspapar, and  the time of the test should be two  or three days over the actual train  time.  "8. When" packing for-market  use uniform size of berries, placing  them in clean, new cups. Have  the top layer of berries come  slightly above thc outside edge of  the cups and have the rows facer!  evenly so as to give an attractive  appearance.  9. As soon as packed, place thc  cups in the crate and keep in a  cool place. In nailing on covers  use four nails to thc cleat. Do not  nail superfluously, as it irritates Ihe  customer, and deflects from the  packer's reputation.  10. Cool the berries down to  GO deg. before shipping. This  may be done by leaving the fruit  in the night air and shipping in  thc morning. -_  Wildness~is;~a thing which  girls:-.canript afford "to indulge in,  says an unknown critic. Delicacy  "is a thing which, once" lost, cannot  be rcovered..������������������ No 4 art can restore  the grape-its.bloom. .^Familiarity  without confidence, without regard  is destructive ;?t6- all that makes'  woman-exalting'and ennobling.. It  is,the first' duty-q������������������ia woman'to be  a - ladyiV'Gobdrbreeding. is Tcoinmon  sense.? Bad "manner,?, in a woman is  immorality.- Awkwardness may, be  ineradicable; bashfulhess- is' con-  stitutibriaT;'-ignorance,of ,etiqueUe  is^the: result, of ,circumstances.-;All  can be condoned:?and.not .banish  men and. women .from,,the airienb  "ties'of their kind.y,! But.self-possessed,' unshrinking and .aggressive  coarseness, of-, demeanor may . be  reckoned/as.a seri.ous ofl'ense, and  certainly :merits that mild .form of  restraint .called. imprisonment for,  lifc.ItVa shame fona woman to  be.lectured on her manners. r It.i^  a bitter shame^hab she" needs it.  Do not wish.to-.dancc, with the  prince unsought; .feci (differently.  Be sure you confer, a favor. '.Carry  yourself so lofty that,men .will look  up to-you in-regard,, not at you in  rebuke. The natural sentiment of  man toward woman- is reverenco.  He loses a large means of grace  when^he^-is-Gom pelled^to^accoumy  her7i being to be trained in propriety. A man's, ideal is not  wounded when woman fails in  worldly wisdom; but if in grace,  in tact, in sentiment, in delicacy,  and in kindness she should be  found wanting, he receives an inward hurt.  OF CANADA.  Are Your Children  Learning to Save  Money ?  Bach   maturing   son   and  "daughter should have a personal  Savings Account'in the Union  Bank of Canada, with opportunities   to   save   regularly,;', and-  training in how to expend money  wisely.   .Such an education   in���������������������������  thrift and saying will prove-inyal-:;  uabie in later life., -"?'-, - \ii77, ?".  BUILDER ft    "'''", ;^r:  CONTRACTOR    '"     ''/.,  Plans and estimates  Furnished     r  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings,  and all   factory - work.   Rubberoi<t  Roofing, Screen Doors and, Windows  GLASS CUT TO .ANY SIZE,"  -. /     > -j-      **     ~n       -">  W������������������ represent S. O. ;SMITH Cp.;" \  of Vernon  ���������������������������%' '-���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������?������������������������������������������������������-  Russell. Street  Enderby.;  T  %  :ssm  Sru'&X  Mature has done" -her^yery^-^  Jbest towaMsygivin^^'theH^i  ^prettiest:,h6rrie^6wn���������������������������rjn^the^^'-  Hupel.B. .C..,~ .������������������ ���������������������������-.--- r- - ������������������������������������������������������ v-;f  - 3: The name of, the streaimis,nol  known; Tlie��������������������������� stream" has =tits isource.  in Hidden Lake, flows in a norther-  IV "direction7 and.empties^ into^bnu-,  swap River about four,miles from  Mabel Laker 7 -~-/.~7 ���������������������������? ��������������������������� . - '-J'.  4. The water, is to be.;diverted  from the-stream on" the west side,*  about 2,000" feet Vfroih;Shuswap  River. '     ������������������������������������������������������*" *''-   -- -'_ "/"'  . 5.. The purpose for.-which "the  water is to be*used is domestic.,; -'-,-.  - 6. The land on which the water,  is to be used is described asyfollows  ���������������������������Fractional-NW. **f,'>ecUon-8, ly:  ing north of, the Shuswap;River,  ami S. l-2,of ,SW71-4, Section'-171  Township ���������������������������19^-Range 6, West. Gdi  Meridian  foi  . The quantity of water, applied,  i is as follows: 50 mincr'sinches.  8. This-notice waspostcd on the  ground  on   the  21st  day  of May,  4914.���������������������������  -!*���������������������������'-  s������������������  mmw mi nmmiKfm  it "^^  Talcum  Raspberries  1. Pick the berries' as soon as  the fruit will slip off the core  without crumbling or smashing.  Every berry that is red must come  off the vine.  2. Packers must use small carriers attached to the waist so as to  hold the cups. Pick directly into  the shipping cup and never transfer from    one    receptacle   to   an  il. A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto and to  Hie   requirements   of   the "Water  \ct" will be filed in the ofhee of the.  Water   Recorder at   Vernon.   ��������������������������� Objections may be filed with the said.  Water Recorder, or with the Comptroller   of   Water   Rights,   Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  ROSARIO SIMARD,  ,   -      Applicant.  v  Wing Lee Company  Long Louie, General Manager  Contractor in  Chinese Labor  Land Clearing a Specialty  All classes of labor supplied  TIME TABLE  .   Coal'mining' rights of;th*(Dominioo '-.  in Manitoba, -.Saskatchewan' andlAl-v.  bertaW tbe - Yukbo7 Territory," tht y  Northwsst--Territories and7a;portion;-  6L the~ province of BritUh'* Oqlumbia^-  may ,bs leased. f or^ a term of ^twenty-,..  one "years at an   annual rental of *1 "-  an acre.   -Not^naors than.2,660 acres  ,  will be l������������������ns������������������d*tb one applicant..5  ' Application ' for   a   lease. must, be .  made by tbe" .applicant in' person to  the=AgTOt=-or^Bub-Agent-oUthe=difc  ."i  Red Rose Talcum Powder  prevents sunburn, tanning  and chapping - of the skin;  keeps the face and hands  soft and dainty; adds to  the pleasure of life out-of-  doors, in sunny Okanagan.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ���������������������������cuff st. Enderby  In effect on Okanagan Branch of  C P. R.i from June 1, i^U:  Southbound Northbound  10.55 lv  11.26  11.40  11.5-1  12.20  12.28  12.38  : 13.05  13.25 ar  H. W. BRODIE  Sicamous ar..17.00  Mara 16.15  Grindrod 15.50  Enderby 15.44  Armstrong 15.15  Realm rJ. -.15.07  Larkin 14.55  "Vernon 14.3.0  Okanagan Ldg lv. 14.15  JNO BURNHAM  trict in which rights applied for are  situated. "  In surveyed territory the land must  be ..described ,by sections, or Itfal  sub-diviBions of 'sections, and in un-  surveyed ' territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by tbt appli-  cant himself. ,    .  Each application must be acconr-  panied by a fee for 95 which will be  refunded It the "rights applied for are ..  dot available; but not-otherwise. -A--  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output ot the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty therein. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, snch  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 con-  ei-dered necessary for the working o!  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an aers  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sus-Agent  of Dominion Lands. ���������������������������nn���������������������������  W. W* OORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N j3 ���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  [gent  Enderby  ROYALi  YEAST  [MAKES PERFECT BREAD ���������������������������>.-* * M-j-wsiMi'V-T.  KSfflfeY'.  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 11, 1914  When You  think Groceries  You think  ^Billie^Woods  Take  advantage of  our Gallon  Specials  this week  GALLON SPECIALS  APPLES,      - -      -      50c  BLUEBERRIES, -      -    75c  APRICOTS,       - -      -    75c  PEARS,        - 75c  PUMPKIN,       - -    50c  All who have tried our Ender-  by-cured hams and bacons have  become steady patrons, and they  recommend it to their friends���������������������������  that speaks for itself.  W. J. Woods  CITY OF ENDERBY  Okanagan Valley will Have Direct   *  Telegraph Service to Vancouver  TENDERS are hereby invited for  the construction of 1355 lineal feci  of 4-ft. sidewalk," including crossings; 725 fl. of same, with three  crossings, to be on Baird's lane,  and G30 ft., with three crossings,  on George street. All material will  be furnished by the city, and work  must be clone to the satisfaction of  Ihe Board of Works.  Thc lowest, or any, tender will  not necessarily be accepted.:  Tenders must be enclosed in  scaled envelopes, marked "Tender  for Sidewalk," and delivered to  the undersigned not later than 7.30  p. m. on Monday thc 15th inst.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk:  City Hall, June 8th, 1911.  The Vancouver Province gives  this important piece of news, as  showing Ihe determination of. the  C. P. R. lo bring Ihe Okanagan into  close touch with Vancouver and  the coast cities, by wire:  "Direct telegraph service to all  points in Ihe Okanagan from Vancouver will be furnished within  Ihe next two weeks by the C. P. R.  in line with arrangements recently  completed for extending ils wire  system south of Vernon to Kelowna  The railway company has leased a  wire from the Okanagan Telcphne  Company, which will obviate Ihe  relaying of messages over the Dominion Government's line.  "Mr. James F. Richardson, superintendent of telegraphs for the  British Columbia division, stales  that-wilh the new rail connections  afforded, between the Boundary  districts and the Okanagan via thc  Kettle Valley railway, thc need of  a direct service has been made imperative. He announced that Ihe  leasing of a wire was only a temporary arrangement as the C. P. R.  intended to build a new line later  on south of Vernon, along the  shore of, Okanagan Lake to Penticton. While the new loll schedules  have nol yet been prepared, he said  that a reduction in thc charges  would no doubt become effective  when the, new service was placed  in operation. At present an extra  levy of 25 cents is made for relaying messages from Vernon to  points  south.  "In pursuance of its policy of  extension and improvement the C.  P. R. telegraph department is rebuilding the telegraph line between  Sicamous and Okanagan Landing.  "The C. P. R. will install a complete cast and west telegraph system along thc Kettle Valley line,  making junctions with other points-  of its system at Hope and Midway.  This will give the company a third  alternative line through the interior,of British Columbia. At present, messages from the East and  West, and vice versa, may be transmitted around by the Crows Nest,  Nelson, Revelstoke route as well as  by the main line. The extension  of thc Okanagan telegraph service  will give still another alternative  route for a portion of the same territory."  turned upon them. Their desperate acts of the past few weeks have  turned public feeling against them  until the cry is. heard from all  quarters that they should be allowed to starve to death in prison  if they insist on following the hunger strike that far.  "There would be nothing ethically wrong in letting them die," said  Father Bernard Vaughn. "Let  them start al once and make up  for lost lime."  Rev. Arthur Waldron, vicar of  St. Matthews, Brixton, said: "If  the women refuse food they should  be allowed to die."  > o+o+o><>4~c>4<>-f<>4<>+o-f^  The Way to Feel Belter  "Mamma, I'se got ��������������������������� a stomach  ache," said Nellie Bly, aged six.   .  "That's because, you've been  playing hard wilh your stomach  empty. You would feel better if  you had something in it."  That afternoon the minister in  his rounds called at Nellie's home,  and in thc course of conversation  remarked that he had been sufl'cr-  'LET THEM STARVE"  SNOW AT CLINTON  A letter from Clinton under date  of June 3rd, says a heavy snow fell  there the night before, and to look  around one would think they were  in the dead of winter. "The grading will be done to Clinton in a  month or two, and when the railway reaches here, Clinton will be  a thing of thc past. Two men own  Ihe whole valley, and Ihey hold  the land at such a high price that  people will not buy. About four  families leave Clinton for. other  points daily. Most of them set out  for Ihe Fish Lake valley, though it  is now certain that Williams Lake  is going to be the most important  point on the line. It is the head of  navigation for a very large district  and will be the divisional point for  Ihe railway. The railway company has purchased a large ranch  property there, for which the  company paid $80,000. There are  in the neighborhood of 1000 men  employed on construction work in  the vicinity of Clinton."  A Thousand Dollars' worth of  Foot-Comfort  for $2.50  All who have purchased a pair of Foot-Easers (see  illustrated in our shoe window) declare that we have  the solution of all foot-troubles. We carry a full line  Dr. ScholPs Foot-easers, for ladies and gentlemen..  These are the scientific foot comforts. If you are  troubled with sore, tired feet, here is the remedy.  In Our Grocery Department  We are supplying the best known brands in Cured  Meats���������������������������ham, bacon, etc.��������������������������� and the best in Canned  Goods, and all staple articles. We invite you to inspect our goods; if not as represented, don't buy.  Grocers Men's ������������������Wear Shoes  1 o4<t^o-fo><>4-o-K^f<>4<)-f<>4-c^fo +<>+<>+<>-H>i<>+<H<>+<ht<>+<>4^^  -ing^all=da->���������������������������wilh-a-sevcrc-hcadaGhe.--rlhem--i-s���������������������������not^wilhin^-thc^-sGopc^of-  "That's because it's empty," said  Nellie. "You'd feel better if you  had something in it."  If the militant sufFragetts of the  Mother Country were capable of  comprehending what they were  doing they would have discovered  long ago that every unlawful act o  their's was but drawing the hand  of fate tighter about them, and  putting Ihe people of England  more bitterly against them. But  to sec   themselves   as   others   see  militancy. By degrees they have  gone from one evil to another, until at last the English people have  EMPRESS OF IRELAND'S DEAD  Thc final complete official figures  furnished by the C. P. R. of the  Empress of Ireland-disaster shows  a total' of 455 saved, making 1024  lost, as the total number on board  was 1479 passengers and crew. The  following is a summary:  The rescued���������������������������First cabin, 36;  second-class,'.4,7; third-class, 136;  officers and crew, 233.  The missing���������������������������First-class, 56; second-class, 209; . third-class, 582;  ollicers and crew, 180.,  Identified dead���������������������������First-class, 22;  second-class, 31; third-class 30;  officers and crew, 12.  When thc Empress sailed from  Quebec she had on board 1476  souls, as follows: First-class, 92;  second-class, 256; third-class, 718;  oflicrs and crew, 413.   Total, 1479.  Gross receipts from the "Fair of  fj Nations" given with such signal  success recently by the Women's  Hospital Aid Society, assisted by  the Girls' Hospital Auxiliary, total  more than $1,600, with accounts  from four of the booths still to  Gome-in.���������������������������It-is-now--estimated=-thab  the net profits of the Fair -Will  somewhat exceed $1,300.���������������������������Vernon  News.  Wiping Away the Tears  The preacher was' young and  nervous, but interesting. He was  making an eloquent plea for the  home life, and was descanting eloquently on the evils of the club,  telling his congregation , that  married men in particular should  spend their evenings al home with  their wives and children/ "Think,  my hearers," said he, "of a poor,  neglected wife, all alone in";the  great dreary house, . rocking;^thc  cradle of her sleeping babe with  one foot and " wiping away the  tears with the other." ,-   .  WANT ADS  STRAYED���������������������������A bay mare, weight  about 1000; heavy mane and forelock; branded on left shoulder.  Address, J. L. Ruttan, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������Ranch of 172 acres;  7 acres cleared; $35.00 per acre;  frame   house   16x24   and   other-  buildings; black loam bottomland  : well.timbered, some cedar. Will  take as part payment town property. Apply, Jas. Ellison, Enderby  <^^���������������������������        I        ��������������������������� HI ��������������������������� M - ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^  WHITE . PEKIN.DUCK. v EGGS .. for,  hatching;   $1.00   for   "setting   of 11a  MRS.    JNO.     McKAY,     Waterside,  Enderby. _. ml2-8t  'OR SALE���������������������������Pressed brick, common  brick, cement and lime. W. . A".  Russell, Enderby.  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, le a word  each subsequent insertion.  LOST���������������������������One small bay. mare, bran-'  ded  on  right shoulder..      Last  seen had halter on.   Finder will  be   suitably   rewarded.      G.   E.  McMahon, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������:Milch cow; also one  buggy and single harness. H. Gildemeester, Enderby.  FOUND���������������������������On the recreation ground  ���������������������������May-=25thj=a-pair-=of-gold-rimmed-  cyc glasses in case. Owner may  have same on identifying property and paying for this advertisement.    Walker Press oifice.  DWELLING HOUSE.For Rent; eight  N rooms and kitchen; Barnes'  addi-'  tion;-good garden on four lots; rent  $20   per   month.        Apply,    James  Mowat, agent. -  MRS. PARADIS, Dress, Making Parlor, Cliff street, second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices* Work prompt'.y  executed.  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