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Enderby, B.C., June 18, 1914
*  "    Vol.'7; No.16; Whole N6: 328
News in Brief of Enderby and
District of Interest Far and Near
( Good  morning:   have  you  read
your morning's oil stock circular ?
Don't let the oil bug "get" you.
Mrs. Humber, of Red Deer, Alta.,
is visiting -Mrs. Murrin.
Miss Daisey Sewell is spending
the holidays with her mother and
sisters.       7 "   ''
R. C. ^Attenborough -and Milt
Stevens left on Tuesday' for Calgary,
to see the oil well gush.
Parish of Enderby:'2nd Sunday
after Trinity���������Holy Communion, 8
a. m.; Evensong,.7.30 p. m. '<
Mr. and Mrsr Gillman leff~6n .a
month's visit . to ., their" Alberta
homes," by Tuesday's train.  .
F.~ Fravel came rin from (Edmori-
',ton last Thursday, on ,his, way ip
-the^cbast; whither, he wasbound-on
ylumber" business/   - - ^  J jV7y,    '* '.
Miss7,Dorcas   Brash,-and- Miss
^Carlson,'.' returned yfrom -Normal
School" on, Mondayifor^ the; summer.
.���������hblidaysathome. S'S^f'-S:1 "���������*" 1-*.?'"'
." :0'n Friday evening," at 7?30 the
<- Bishopt-jo'f' New cWestminister; will
administer the apostolic'rite.of confirmation in St. George's Church'. -
.Elsie, Ireland and' Frank--Pearson
are: trying the matriculation^exams
at Armstrong this, week, they being
the only candidates from Enderby;
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N. B. Courtenay left for,Calgary
on v Friday- * evening ��������� where he expects to. put in, the summer, and in
the fall will leave for.Northern
Mrs.-A. Fulton and children left
for Calgary on Sun'day^ where'they
will join Mr. Fulton,' who has become interested in oil holdings at
-~Mr.yG. L. Williams was called to
Edmonton the end of last week by
the illness of his father and sister.
On Saturday a wire was received
telling of the father's death on Fri-
day/evening, and the sister's death
the following morning.
"Mrs. E., Crawford and daughter,
of " Vancouver, are visiting Dr.
Crawford, at Salmon Arm. They
motored to Enderby oh Wednesday.
Dr. Crawford says he will open his
Enderby f office as "early this sum
mer as other,conditions will per
. Mr.-Frank- Hassard. has-finally,
concluded that a motor car is the
greatest machine to , get over the
ground-quickly, and he is going to
have the best in this,* as in'all other
things.7 <He"has piirchased',a swell
Big Six McLauchiin; iorie ,of the best
ever; brought^ hto' the'-Valley? ~4"!4-
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17Methodist TChurch^services" "June
21st: ,'Morning';a't 11; Subject?."The
Religion of .the Second, Mile;"' eve-
Man*;Coming tojHimself;"' the,vsec:
ond.of a-series, of "sermons on-'the
Prodigal ^Son; '..-Sunday] school''at
2.30.- ^A/'cordiaF invitation-'is^-ex^
tendedito all.   ." " .   ;'       '^'"7' 7
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Mr. Pearce, brother of Mrs. L.
Long, after a visit of a few weeks
at Enderby, returned to Vancouver
on Sunday, to take up his work in
the Bank of Montreal there.
An enthusiastic meeting of thc
Women's Club was held in the assembly-hall of the Fortune school,
Saturday afternoon, and several
forceful speeches were listened to
by those present.
L. S. Gray, of the Vernon Greenhouses, says, in discontinuing his
ad for bedding plants in The Press:
"All my plants are cleaned out; I
shall- have something good to oiler
again before long."
The Purity bakery, at Armstrong,
closed business last week, and the
branch conducted in Enderby by
J. R. Fraser ceased at the same time.
Mr. Fraser says he will settle all accounts as soon as he can get upon
his feet.
. On Wednesday afternoon, June
24lh, at 3 o'clock, a meeting in the
Presbyterian Church will be addressed by Mrs. MacGregor, travelling secretary for the Women's Missionary Society of B. Ci
invitation is extended.
Dr. Keith/left: for,the' coast: cities
on' Monday, "toy .attend^the- annual;
conventions, of theimedical' health
officers^ and the Provincial Association bfymedical men,'both of which
are meeting at Victoria this week.
Dr...Reinhardt, one ^of, the .pioneer
medicalmen of the Okanagan, now
of Salmon Arm, is1 supplying -for
Dr. Keith in his absence.
Messrs. Cameron-& Bigge, of ,the
Gainford Poultry Ranch, finished
the season's hatching last week.
They have added 500 chicks to their
Reed. Mr. Campbell's resignation
was received with jyegret. He has
faithfully held the command for
three years, and under his instructions the Scouts have developed into a troop of sturdy character and
manly mien. But he has found thc
work too demanding upon his time.
Mr. A. R. Rogers left for the East
on Friday.after thoroughly inspecting his lumber mill and interests in
Enderby, Mr. Rogers was, well
pleased with the past season's operations, and with the condition of
the business at this end. .The. company of .capitalists\of which Mr.'
Rogers is head;": is largely^ihter-
ested in lumber yards throughout
the Northwest, and Mr. Rogers is
ih daily touch with nearly 100 representatives of the company in all
parts of the field" covered. - From
all quarters the outlook is reported
most encouraging, and the company
is; preparing-' for.ja^bigyincrease ",ih
business this season.'    >"    ,L '
Enderby Growers' Association Miist-C
Pay Regular Trader's Licence
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pens, bringing tlieTotarclose on to
900.. Their last hatch, from Gain-
ford eggs exclusively, brought out
92 per cent. They have a growing
demand for their product, and are
higitly pleased with the progress
made the past season.
Enderby's new barber, shop was
opened to the public on Tuesday
evening. In planning his new shop
Mr. Hendrickson has put into it the
furnishings and thought that will
materially add to the comfort of his
patrons. The establishment is on
the shady side of Cliff street, next
to the Fulton block. The rooms
are not" as large as those in the old
shop, but they are far more snug
and clean cut.
Secretary Handcock, of the Northern Okanagan Farmers' Institute,
is notifying members that they have
not paid'their 1914 membership
fee, and he urges them to comply
before the 30th June, as the annual
Government grant is based upon
the number of names enrolled on
that date. The fees may be turned
in at the office of The Walker Press
if it is hot convenient for you to
see Mr. Handcock, where the ofii-
A cordial cial receipt will be given.
A 15c tea will be held at the
home of Mrs. C. C. Fravel this
(Thursday) afternoon, June 18th,
from 3 to 6 o'clock. Proceeds to go
to the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church. Come and bring some
one with you.
Rev. T. R. Henneagc, Provincial
secretary and assistant commander
of the Boy Scouts, visited the Enderby troop last Wednesday evening. On this occasion, Scout
Master  Campbell asked  to  be  re-
1. Good .morning:" Thet mosquitoes
have.arrived.1 '1J> 7^7'7":sS'i- "Z;y
^iThings^are;Jookini^up}inf general
in5 the,valley." -"^ S-   7 '[^f^ir-sf
7 , Mr. and Mrs*Bawtrie wentJo yef-'
nbn on.Tuesday..';���������,'"    '.7clS;S^y
'- \Charlie-Parkinson is;a busy-man
these ddys, clearing' land, r y .,' "7^^
.:Contractor, Rands -has - just "cbmr*
pleted a handsome*,frame-house^for
Messrs. James and Robert*Cooke.
��������� "-The*showers of- the<���������past', week
have been most acceptable toVthe
farmers and1 others- of^the: district.
;   Miv F. S.  Stevens'spent-a 'few
days on Mabel Lake the past week,
and on Sunday was visited by-his
son,'Milt'.   . '- - *
Top boots and stilts are still the
order of the day in .Trinity Valley.
Mr.' and Mrs. Wm. Jones" and
friends spent a few days at Mabel
Lake, thc past week. "
his gang to Mara road. Don't dis-
pair, friends of the Trinity Valley;
Mr. Baxter will be coming back to
see you when he gets dry.
Mr. Napoleon Simard has completed a large hay barn, 28x70. He
has, since his arrival five years ago,
cleared 100 acres, all of which is
down to hay and grain. He is how
busy installing a water"sysFeni.
As George Shocfelt was going
home the other day he came across
a big black bear: at least George
says it was black, but we doubt if-
he had time to look properly at the
animal. George is some runner,
believe me. ���������
The settlers of the Mabel Lake
District are busy building a school
24x28. It is their intention to have
it finished and ready for the next
term. " While speaking of schools,
what are the settlers doing at the
west end of the valley. We notice
they still occupy thc small shack
that was lent them. Considering
the number of children that are to
be seen running around at recess,
we wonder how the poor schoolmistress can pack them all'in. What
is the school inspector doing to allow' this sort of thing? Perhaps if
we were to follow the old adage,
"do more and talk less" the children would have a more commodious and healthful school room,
such as the .neighbors at the upper
end of the valley are building.
The City Council met invregular
session on Monday evening; the
Mayoivand all members*present.
Tenders were opened froni the*
following for the" building of '1355
lineal feet of 4-ft. sidewalk and
crossings on George street and1
Baird's lane: ; Golightly.& Folkard;
4c'per ft. including, crossings; R.
Vogel,, $60; A. Daler 3c per, ;ft. including' crossings;. H.��������� P.- Paradis,
$40; J. ,.A Miller, 4c per^ ft. with
street crossings $3 and larie cross;
ing's $1:50; P. Rosoman, $~75;- *r.
-Robinson, 3c per ft. and 15c per ft.
for crossings; J. C.Dagg, 4c per ft.
and 15c for crossings; N. H. Kenny,
4 l-2c, per ft. and 7;l-2c for^cross^.
ings.', - .The tender of ;-Mr.* Paradis
was accepted. - ''j ,  c.���������  ,-7'?' ---1
-- The clerkvwas instructed to'notify
Mr.'iBaird^that, as .soony as^he *and
others property" owners pro'ducetth'e.
deeds,of-,the^ lane" the sidewalk^will1
be; built. '-v:-^.������s% ��������� ^ *. - -$?,< ���������m&v'*
i/kLadies * representing the^ Method
appliedl.tb'the^Council' to^ha ve? ttie
charge for twor booths ion ;the * rec^
reation. grounds on Ehipire Day 're-
duced < from7$10_-to $51^The, request
was;'granted,;,ahd ("the^
that rih \future^ they- should?under-t
stand-that $5 for a booth meant one
booth, and not two."" ������0' -   "
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��������� -/The finance committee reported
favorably on the following accounts
and they were duly passed:    ,7, "
A. W. McGonegal, wages. 1$   15.00
H. M. Walker;celebration..    300.00
expiration of that time, legal pro-; y
ceedings to, be taken.     . 7       'S-S'-l
- The secretary of the Empire^Day
celebration- committee v placedy'the   -
following report before:toe-Council:^-;,
and .the same- was 'received 'with y-;
thanks:    '" . .     *     * r : -;. z' j*
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���������'y,    ",-'-    Expenditures"
Armstrong band ,
.Water;Sports ;f!:..^.-
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To the Mayor and Aldermen, 'City"
of Enderby:..; 7-. S} ^"������V7 "���������"-'
- Gentlemen:   -Herewith"isV-repbrf.:. i?.f'0
of^/receipts - and, expenditures;tin;>rix;-i5
connection* with-the*cele'brati6ri7of7^i SKM
Enipire; DayirMay, 25^1914;^?:^V':^i'^^
"VTlv   ^ * \ ������Receipts:s<r. & 1yJ^^t^J\
May 23, City of Enderby /.���������: .'$300.00^?0g$&\
Mav 26, \" S'c ., ',*    -\r.:;i200".MVy^-������������������
r.ash*in hnnb from Iflia.-f. >;������������������**^ 2.'lti^.*l'-.:L>Xts\
���������?S: $5 97.00>|-^^^l
^- ,35.50f
*25.00 X'Z
Madelene - Johnson,    Miss
Carlson," board......:
Bank' Montreal,- coupons..
H: G."'Mann, street lights. .'."
T. Kneal, wages	
A. Reeves ...-.	
J. Folkard, wages	
E. Sparrow, wages	
T. Robinson, wages
W.J.Graham     "        "     ..
J. Folkard, special constable
W. H. Scott, ticket office	
W. H. Flack,     "     "     ....
J. McKay, wages  	
G. Rosoman, cash disb....
Robt. Jones, wages	
W.H. Golightly & J. Folkard
Murrin Hardware Co	
The Walker Press, ptg....
H.-G. Mann,-street lights..   -
Jas. McMahon, repairs ....
W. H. Flack, xwages	
B. CC. Anti-tuberculosis So-
'  ciety, poor relief .,	
Okanagan Saw Mills, light.
Okanagan Telephone Co...
Okanagan Saw Mills *
Thc Hospital Auxiliary applied
for thc hospital furniture loaned to
Mrs. Sewell while she was conducting a hospital, for use in thc Cottage Hospital, which is soon to be
re-opened, and thc request was
complied with, thc furniture to be
subject to recall at thc discretion
of the Council.
It was decided to erect a shed in
the southwest corner of the recreation ground for the road roller and
other machinery of the city.
It was left with thc Mayor and
Clerk to place before the railway
commission, now sitting at Penticton, the question of a crossing at
the termination of Belvedere street.
A communication was received
from the Enderby Grower's Association, disputing the liability of that
Association for payment of trade
licence.   Decided to give the Asso-
, , Balance on hand
By'check herewith/"
Hblding-for possible expehdi- ������������������ -7 .,   -   -f^^i
: turesinot yet reported:. :'V*"'3.41i ' <?-;-���������;y
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"The, Building By-law passed: its',J % ���������   ������ ���������"'���������
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third reading.   .     .- 7     ;   , I-7^7X^'"V>#
"J Adjourned.- .   *-7   .V-   Zz: '-"^;'���������^^3
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/    hospital auxiliary:'~������'A ,r "****
\At thc^ meeting   bf   the-'La'dicV-"s
Hospital Auxiliary, last"- Friday,'..it*
was. decided   to  accept. thc -.offer,1'
made by a Miss Davics, a-trained
Vancouver,' to  come' to^
nurse   of
Enderby and re-open thc Cottage
*-J{i{ I Hospital, under thc auspices of the
Auxiliary. We understand it is the
intention of the Auxiliary to publish a statement of the conditions
under which Miss Davies takes up
the work, and to ask thc co-operation of the people of Enderby and
district,-and-it -is-promised -that
the statement will appear in these
columns next week.
In thc meantime, the Auxiliary
ladies have arranged to hold a
shower for thc benefit of the Cot-
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tagc Hospital, on thc hospital lawn,.'
next Saturday, June 20lh, from 2 to
6 p.nl.   If il rains tbe, shower will
be held in the down-stair ward of
the hospital.   -
" Tea will be provided free of
charge. Any article in the following list will be gratefully received
by the Auxiliary: Sheets, pillow
slips, blankets, white bed spreads,
curtains, dishes, graniteware, table^
linen, cushions.
Thc celebrated "K" shoe���������the
genuine British make���������is now to be
found at the Enderby Supply Co's
Mrs. A. E. West is open for engagements in maternity nursing.
Address, Enderby.
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heved of the command of the troop StVaw an(, Panama   Hals   are lhe' ciation until the end of June to pay
and it was turned over to Rev. C.1 best they have ever shown. the licence, and if not paid at the
On  Saturday  buy your ice  cream
bricks at Joe's, for Sunday eating.
Bread fresh from the oven every day
before noon���������at Joe's. ^.^-i.v.^;,.;il^Xi������������������,rrA:';!AKtf?OT^  , ^~.-^i-^^-::&^  ; ^'iiamt,ss^2i^ii4;iiXji. V -���������������������������-.  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 18, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every  Thursday at   Enderby,   B. C. at  S2  per  year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising  Rates:   Transient, 50c an inch first insertion, 25e each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising', ������������������1 an inch per month.  Legal Notices:  12c a line first insertion: 8c a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: Joe a line.  JUNE 18, 1914  ENFORCING MILITARY REGULATIONS  IL will not he long unlil'lhc officers of the  Canadian militia will realize thai Col. Sam  Hugcs, minister of militia, mcaus what he says'  when he tells them that military regulations ai*c  lo ho ohscrved, by olliccrs and men alike.  IL was not so long ago when Col." Hughes told  some woozic officers at a banquet lhat the Canadian militia was no.place ior bar-room guzzlers  and lickspittles. 01" course, these remark hurt  the feelings of the officers they were aimed at,  and Ihe minister of militia was threatened with  having to act upon Ihe resignations of these officers if he did not apologize for his remarks.  Col. Hughes told those officers that thc quicker  the miiilia was rid of ibem the better il would be  for the militia; lhat regulations-had to he observed, and would be observed whether Ihcy  liked it or not. 7  Now comes a report from Ottawa to thc effect  (hat Major Leonard, in command of the Sixth  Battery Canadian Field Artillery, from London,  Out., has been relieved of his command by the  Minister of Militia. Col. Hughes, in confirming  ^he^aimouncemonlr-said: -- "l-musNfbir-ryHDuHhc-  mililary regulation, else wc should have no discipline, and in this, as in other mailers, rules  must be observed. Major Leonard may have  been imposed upon with regard lo lhis liquorjml  it was his duly as officer commanding lo assist  me in carrying on I Ibe militia law, and. as olficcr  commanding, lie was responsible. 1 may say lhat  'lhis action lias caused bolh the members of the  mil ilia con nc [1 a u dm ysolf much concern, as we  understand thai the career of an officer who lias  ��������������������������� hilherlo proved himself satisfactory was at  slake. But, I again repeal, regulations cannot  be broken."  This action was Ihe. result of the seizure of a  quantity of so-called temperance beer in Ihe  lines of Ihe London battery at Petawawa camp.  sion just closed, for two measures designed to  protect the interests of both the producer in the  country and the city consumer. One bill was lo  regulate cold storage warehouses. This measure  gives the Minister power to absolutely control  and .make rcgulalions';for cold storage companies. The Minister will in this way be able to  regulate combines, which it is alleged have been  holding up both producer and consumer. It is a  bill upon which be has been widely commended  by papers of all political color.  Another measure which Mr. Burrcll inlro-  duced thc past session was a measure "lo rcgula'.e the sale and manufacture of dairy products.''  Tin's measure also is designed lo protect both  producer and consumer,,and prevents Ihe adulteration of butter, and in addition prevents impositions by buyers upon thc farmer.  Hon. C. J. Dohcrty was responsible for a number of measures of more than ordinary importance. The new naturalization bill, which creates an Empire citizenship, is-really one of the  big measures of thc session, and is a long step  towards imperial unity.- A similar bill lo that  introduced by Mr. Dohcrty, is before the British  House, so lhat thc law will go into effect simultaneously. Under this bill, naturalization is  made more difficult, thc time being lengthened  lo five years. Another important bill fathered  by Mr. Dohcrty was a measure lo make it a criminal offence lo publish false advertisements in  regard lo Ihe sale of properly. This is designed  lo protect thc public from thc sale of wild-cat  real estate.  An Act to Regulate Explosives was an important measure introduced by Hon. Louis Coderre,  designed lo protect Ihe public and workingmen  from the careless handling of explosives. In recent years there have been serious accidents  from powder explosions," and this bill puts safeguards around the sale, manufacture and hand-  ting of explosives. It also arranges for the location of factories in districts where there is no-  dangcr lo the public. Another bill looking to  the interests of workingmen in the match factories of Canada, forbids-the use of white phosphorous in the manufacture of matches.  . Another bill of importance provides for the  extension of the power of thc Grain Commission lo Eastcn Canada. Hitherto their scope has  been con find lo the west. The western farmers  have complained thai much of Ihe evils of, mixed  grain occurred in Ihe East. They declared there  was little use to regulate the grain traffic in the  West if this regulation was not to continue to. the  East.                     '....-    ���������������������������  ..    .. /-             ....    .:  .An amendment to the Dominino Land Act is  another piece of important legislation of more  than passing interest lo the West.   As the Land  Act now stands it requires "that interest be paid  on the unpaid, principal in connection wilh the  pre-emption from  thc dale.of.  the pre-emption  entry.   This provision has.been found to be unfair to the settler, and the new amendments to  the Act provide that no interest shall be charged  in  connection  with   the pre-emption except on  such payments on account'of the pre-emption  which may be in default���������������������������that is, no iiiteres 1  shall   be   "chargeable   until ��������������������������� three   years   have  elap.scd from the dale of entry, and if the first instalment is  then paid, as required, no interest  shall be charged on that instalment, or on any  subsequent instalment, provided thai the same is  paid when due.   The old Act provides thai a" settler holding a purchased homestead entry musl  creel "a house-   worth    $300, on    the purchased  homestead itself. This provision has been emended, and now provides lhat the settler may erect  Ihe house on Ihe quarter section upon which he  IHivingr ��������������������������� r-  -   BANKofmONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  Rest,  $16,000,000  H. V. Meredith, Esq., President  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, BNG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, aud interest allowod at current rateB.  Interest credited 30th  June   aud 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A. E. TAYLOR, Manager  Fix up your House, Barn,  and Outbuilding's  Here. are   some   specials in lumber while they last: . I |  No. 2, 2x4, per thousand' $ 13.00  No." 2 Lath, per thousand     1.75  Short Cord Wood     3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������d.rby  l\  Ml  uau  Canada's Best Flour  A  ROYAL HOU3EHQLE)  ��������������������������� $:���������������������������  For Brekd  At FLEWWELLING'S Feed; Stofe  From the  to  the Table  What every small town needs is Constructive  Agitation, not Destructive Babbling.  THE TROUBLE WITH THE WORLD  II is just possible, if not probable, thai ladies  who slit highest think lowest.  DOMINION PARLIAMENT CLOSED  The session of Parliament at Ottawa which  was prorogued last Friday, was marked by the  passage of an unusual amount of beneficial and  progressive legislation. The Govern men I has  shown ilself a government for the people, and  there has been passed a long list of measures designed lo protect thc public and lo further Ihe  best interests of Ihe country.  The Borden Government has, from Ihe first  day it assumed ollice, particularly looked after  the interests of Ihe farming community. The  expenditures on agriculture have almost doubled  since lion. Martin Burrcll has become Minister  of Agriculture, while the Aid to Agriculture Bill,  appropriating ten million dollars for co-operation wilh Ihe provinces in the development of  the industry is the greatest step in advance ever  made by a Canadian government.  lion. Martin Burrcll was sponsor, in Ihe ses-  drag  "The trouble with thc world," said thc single  faxer, "is that.Ihe rich pay only a small pari of  of;thcjr:sharc_oLlhc.. taxes.".  "The trouble wilh the world," said thc civil-  service reformer, "is that the office-holders are  corrupt."  "The trouble with Ihe world," said thc freetrader, "is thai the tariff keeps up the cost of  living."  "The trouble with the world," said thc Socialist, "is thai society does not control what is necessary for the welfare of society."  "The trouble wilh the world," said the social  reformer,  "is   lhat men's  vices  and sins  them down to poverty and misery."  "The trouble with the world," said the lecturer  "is that il doesn't lake my advice." ���������������������������  "The trouble wilh the world," said thc radical,  "is thai it is loo set in ils ways."  "The trouble with the world," said the conservative, "is lhat il runs after all the new-fangled  notions."  And, while they were talking, little Mrs.  Brown baked four loaves of bread, bound up  Tommy's cut finger, pacified-Sue and- Bess when  they quarrelled, tidied up. the sitting-room, ran  in fo see a sick neighbor and carried a glass of  apple jelly, and put on a bright dress in which to  welcome tired Mr. Brown when he came home  from his work.  But I don't suppose lhat little Mrs. Brown has  any idea what is the trouble wilh thc world.  When in doubt don't cook.   These warm summer Sundays -  can be made a deal more enjoyable if you take dinner at  the hotel.   We have our own fruit orchards, vegetable'  gardens, poultry yard and dairy, and our tables are supplied with the freshest & best. "Al quality" is our motto.  KingEdwardTH^rOSDWHV"End^bT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE  AGENCIES      "  REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC  Fruit Land Hay Land  Town Lot*  MOWAT  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Go. of London.  Lonilon-Lnneaihiro Fire Insurance Co.  Royal Insurance Co.,of Liverpool ('Lifed'ept  Tho London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL CLOCK.   ENDERBY  When lovers spill be molasses cruet they very  naturally run short-of sorghum.  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound yourve  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS  A SNAP!  FOR SALE���������������������������House and lot, 00x120;  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 wilh 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 Shcrlow,  Enderby.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ATENTS  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Aa  Anyone^sending a sltotch and description may  ouloUly ascertain our opinion free whothor an  invention la probably patentable. Comrounjoa-  tlous strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  so'nt free. Oldest nconoy forsecarifiKPateuu.  Patents taken throuKli Jiuun & Co. receive  Scientific Jlttiericatt.  A handsomely illustrated -weekly. Largest air-  culation ot any scientific journal, lenns tor  Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all ftowsdeaVers.  MU.NN 8"Co.361Broadway- New York  Branch Office, C26 F BU Washington, D. O. -7
Thursday. June 18, 1914
Cheerful Guidance to a Happier, Healthier Life
By tha Pfalloaopber-Phyalclan
|.f5l-X s'j
h ������
Out of tvery tan tick people
���������Ight can be easily cured���������If they
will follow direction*.   And the
remaining two?   Well, the ninth
le a.difficult problem���������cured   In
the end.~   The tenth Is doomed.
And what Is the secret of curef
Itcan be told in a word.   Cure.
le cleanliness. . Of the food we
eat, a certain amount goes to re-,
bulldthe body���������to supply tissue,
heat and  motion.    The' rest Is
waste.    The body Itself Is constantly wearing-away; ^and; this
makes more waste.. Th Is v waste
���������the. Innutritloua,    undigested-
portion of'the   food,, and   tW-
broken down tissue���������Is distinctly poisonous; .and'.for''the elimination of this poison there are
four' avenues; . th������7 skin, u the
lunge,'the bowels and the   kidneys.   But we eat foodless food; -
woy   drink -too J little /water.
^Through indoor living,' lack of
fresh air," lack of; exercise,-lack
"of * water, "Insufficient   bathing^
"constipation ^~ through 7'' these
thlngB^thefpolsonz Is7 retained;-
: And, the" disease* yWhy,,disease
.- In the^"-majority^of/lnstanceiy Is
1 merelyjthe" effortcmade by-:trie;
body to ..throw, off these retained
poisons.   A thorough, cleansing-
'of the skin, and 'cleaning-eSit ef
���������the lnterna[^organs arelyntee*>
Jsary."~WhenftHe kidneys;~ar������t
/���������lightly affectedjjlye on ��������� ml|k
. diet, then skinv milk) or milk
greatly   diluted   with   alkaline
mineral waters, then milk .with
vegetable-food;- Meat shouldbe
; taken sparingly.': .Be ^eure'" that
whatever food or, liquid you .take
Into the system, is.   absolutely
"pure and clean;,See;to It that
no fllee come In., contact .with
food. ���������   ��������� 7    '     -"
(Copyright, 1910, by W. o. Chapmen.)
******* ***********
are under the domain
/ o
of Natural Law
as much as bees.
Men succeed only by
other men
and for other men
The great trouble with the roads
in Washington state, they say, is
that they have not realized over
there that straight roads are the
Pcabody Overalls ��������� They are
made to lit and wear. Enderby
Supply Co., Euderby Agents.
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Livery, Feed.& Sale Stables
Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.
Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.
With the proroguing of Parliament last week, His Highness the
Duke of Connaught closed the-last
Canadian Parliament it will fall to
him to close in his official capacity
as Governor-General. -\ "On this occasion, Premier Borden ~ and Sir
Wilfrid Laurier, leader af the Opposition, paid-glowing tribute- to
the." high y spirit .and democratic
bearing of; His' Highness as. Canada's representative of:His Majesty.
The SPremier -observed that the
Duke had availed himself, to the
fullest extent, w of. the opportunity
which-had."been afforded him of
studying.;.the~ conditions-'of Cana^
da's national-life, and of observing'
and,:,understanding^the*.idealsi. and
aspirations'by: which it is'ahimafed,
,whichf:owihg^ to ������the/exteht" of the
territory, was a great task.-7 S\
^ "To accomplish: %all .that he .desired,":? 'added. -Premier- Borden,
'"His RayalyHighness has not spared
himself,/and .he f.m'ay^ be ��������� assured,
that his visits will be held in happy
'reniembrance"'*by ' bur ^people -in
"every" province ' from "the' Atlantic
tor the" Pacific; He. has associated
himself .with sympathy, and indeed
with enthusiasm in all that would
be, advantageous 'to this country,
and as to-the future he has" been an
optimist 'amidst .a* nation of op-'
timists."   .-- ��������� -*    ' "
Following the Premier, Sir Wilfrid Laurier said that it would be
ungrateful on the part of the Canadian people if they did not take
every opportunity to testify to the
deep regret causedvby the early departure, of yf heir Royal Highnesses
^r.om^Xanada._.jrhis-'was   not'   so
couvcr; G. S., F. Davcy, Victoria; G.
T., J. H. Glass, Penticton; G. R. to
the Sovereign Grand Lodge for two
years, Wallace Law, Vancouver.
This is Mr. Davcy's 31st election to
the grand secretaryship, that honor
having first been confered upon j
him in 1884.
A Potent Passport the World Oyer
is a   s_
Letter of Credit
issued by, the Union Bank of
Canada. It does 'more, than
supply ready money at your need,
wherever, you may be. . It gives
you a standing with a represent-.'
ative financial house in every
city���������a place to which you may
have your mail addressed���������andr
the ready source . of many a
convenience aud item of information conducive to your pleasure
and profit.
Branch,.     J. W. CILLMN, Nanager
W. J. Woods* has stepped out independent of his,fellow merchants
and has set the pace looking to the
adoption of. the cash basis.ifor cluing business. 'Mr.-Woods says theie
will no<doubt be,sortie'business he
will lose, buf, generally, he believejj
the" change will be beneficial toyalL
He intends,- commcncingVwitli -thc;
1st offJuly, to. place his;busines������on
a' basis'^ofyquicK*;-casli7'sales'-at;7a.,
closer, margin yof. profit::.- This :is^
the policy-which.is being generally"
adopted, in the^largcr cities,fand is
provihgyinost 'Jsatisfaclory.pVln^the
finan'ciarcolumns of a"ycqast\ paper
the editor, refers toy the new orde;-
of things.thus: "The resulfis ari'in)
crease in .cash .transactions at \a
smaller-margin of 'profit."-- No more
satisfactory system can be involved
than 'cash'.-and Vancouver, is to be'
congratulated." .      ;
People of Enderby
When.ybu buy. bread buy. the
best, and irutkc sure that it is made
in Enderby,, and made.by a while
man. Jog Doerflinger is' trying to
build up ca permanent, well-kept
and safe . bakery business^ in Euderby. Don't you ; thfnk.it> is worth
somethi ng to the town - to ha ve ,au
establishment of.this'kind*?' Then
do your part to.encourage" sucli an
enterprise. .'       J_,  .': 7.-'. 'i.--        7
���������-* -.   v, ..^rATER notice; >:;>;;a.;,
lakeland -use7wateriwilli-be, made
under: the\"WraterAct-7of--British'
l-~ l"7.The; name,.bf'.the~tapplicant-,is
Rosa'rio��������� Siinafd. "t' r SS^ *rV*.'^'-^^
-, 2. The address of the. applicant is
Hupel, B.-C:y;7-.^1.7r,.w^J4y^^
v.,3rThe nanieof.thersireaimis^not
known. ' The'stream has'' itsC'source
Auto for Hire
Prompt attention to all customers < >
Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.
< >
When in need of printed letterheads, envelopes, shipping
tags, etc., let the Walker
Press do it.   We've the cuts.
much because of the fact that we
are going to "lose the services of a
prince of the royal" blood, but for
Ihe higher reason, that we arc to
lose the services of a man in every
sense of the word. The Canadian
people appreciate those domestic
virtues and solid qualities which
are characteristic of Their Royal
Highnesses. On air-occasions,-the
Duke of Connaught had' been approachable, considerate and willing
lo,oblige. He was always the first
fo forget thc high rank in which he
was born. The thing which more
than anything impressed the public
mind was his unswerving devotion
lo duty, it was evident from Ihe
day he landed in Canada that he
did not intend to perform his duty
in any perfunctory manner, but
with cheerfulness and alacrity and
with a dclcrmmination to lake a
real part in our public life. With
that end in view he visited all
parts of thc Dominion.
' Mr. and Mrs. F. R. .Prince, and
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mack returned
on Monday .from' an auto trip-'to
Spokane. They report having en7
joyed a delightful trip, and the
better part of a week in that progressive city of Spokane. The
road from Enderby .to Penticton- is
one of beauty
I Ja kefTTrFrill Su r
ticton to Grand Forks they travelled
as fine a piece of road as one could
wish for. But as soon as they got
onto Ihe roads^-Of Washington
slate they realized at once that they
were not  British   Columbia   roads.
and. (along  Long
""^And^f r o nr=P eir-
Mabcl Lake
.~<4. Thc/water' is7to -be ..diverted
from thc, stream- on the* west side,
about   2,000-feet   from.--Shuswap
River.      7*7     '   .""���������>   -.,������     ,"*"-\.
" o."The.1 purpose" for   which' the
wafer ,islo be usccTis domestic.
7 6. The5 Hind on which, thei"water
is lo be used is described as follows
���������Fractional NW: JA, section 8, .lying north of the Shuswap River,
and S. 1-2 of SW71-4, Seclion 17,
Township 19,, Range 6, West 6lh
Mcridian. '    " -        -   ���������
7. The quantity of water applied
for is as follows: 50 miner's inches.
,8. This notice was posted on the
ground   on   the .21sf dav   of Mav,
1<)M.    , '-*.**"
 O.yAi'copv of this notice and an
If you
have land
t i
to sell
List it with me.
If you  want to
,    buy land, see me.������
My'new booklet descriptive of the Mara Dii-
triet is now out.   GET   ONE,
Chas. W. Little
EMernell Orchard, Mara, B.G
Norman Grant
BUILDER &  ~  .     -
Plans arid (estimates
:y     Furnished     ^
Dealer in Windows',-Doorsi Tupningsji;5
and all .factory   -work; Rubberoid .,
Roofing, Screen Doors arid Windows-:,
"7.-  GLASS CUT, TO - ANY -.SIZE - ,���������
^ We represent S.:C. SMITHvCO., 777..
'T-,  -''".'   ": of (Vernon ^ 7'77%!7S,7
Russell;Street,    -   ,   \    '7 Enderby; r'
.     -   ; J*
r, -ti&sX
Naturejyhas done, her vyery^Vf
best tovyardsV;giving,\us:the^i;
prettiest;r home-town yin ;.thel^#n
The annaul meeting of the Grand
Lodge, I.O.O.F. was held at Victoria
last week, and the session is said lo
have been one of the most successful ever held in the Province. R.
E. Wheeler and Wm. Duncan were
delegates from Enderby lodge.
The folowirig grand ofliccrs were
elected] G. M., Ii. While, Cranbrook; D.G. M., P. W. Dempster,
Victoria; G. W., W. H. Brown, Van-
Books for
Summer Reading
3 for 50c
Just the thing for these
warm days when a good
book in the sha'de of a
quiet nook by babbling
brook (or not) is a
panacea for all warm
weather worries. Gome
in and select yours.
Druggist & Stationer
Cliff St. Enderby
application pursuannhei'cto and~fo
the requirements of the "Water
Acl" will be filed in the office of the
Water Recorder at Vernon. Objections may be filed with the said
Wider Recorder, or with thc Comptroller of Wuler Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C. "~
Wing Lee Company
LpNG Louie, General Manager
-1       1
Contractor in
Chinese Labor
Land Clearing a Specialty
All classes of labor supplied
In effect on Okanagan Branch of
C. P. K., 1
rom June 1, 1!)M :
Southbound                    Northbound
10.55 lv
Sicamous         ar. 17.00
Mara                  1C.1.5
���������7 Grind rod.' .          15.59
Enderby             ,15.44
Armstrong             15.15
Realm                 15.07
Larkin                14.55
Vernon               ,14.30
13.25 ar.
Okanagan Ldg   lv. 14.15
Gen. Pas.
Agt.     .             \gent
ver                   Enderby
w  - ./ '.   - ' -    -  -  -J   .^- .' *������������������ V .
- Coal mining rights 0/ the DomiaioV
in Manitoba, - Saskatchewan and A1-.
berta,    the"v Yukon   '- Territory^,  tht,-
Northwest Territoriea and aK portion "
of the province of British. Columbia-,
may be leased for a~ term "of twenty-,
one years at an   annual rental of flan acre.     Not more, than 2,560- acres
will be leased to one applicant.  7. ".7 > '
Application ��������� for , a^" lease .must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent' 6r sub-Agent of the dia-
_trict-in ���������Whlch_right8_appliei_for_are
situated. " r     '      ^r
In surveyed territory the land must
be described   by    sections, - or   legal'
sub-divisions of   sections, and in ub-
surveyed   territory   the tract applied *
for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.   '
Each application muBt be acton*-
panied by a fee (or $5 which will be
refunded if the rights applied tor *re
dot available, but not otherwise. A
royalty -shall -be-paid���������on -the-mer-__
chantable output of the mine at the
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the, Ag-ent with sworn returns
accounting for thc full,quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay tbe
royalty ttiereen. If the cual 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 leasee may-be
permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of
the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acr*
For full information application
should bo made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion LandB.
W. W, OORY,   .
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
MAKES PERFECT BREAD .1.4SW/'V, .*.���������������������������;��������������������������� i'-wi-rJi-r-l. rf������������������Jil.'-J !*���������������������������;-������������������&>../���������������������������.  SSSSS^SSw^^i^S  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 18, .1914'  ... ������������������4-H^**-I^+**<H-H^*4-W** X  $..j^.KH~M~W***K~K~K������������������ ���������������������������  $���������������������������+���������������������������+���������������������������+<  E<1ilor The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir: Your kind notice  in your issue of June -lib, It' Hie  effect thai Mr. A. L. Fortune  "had reached another milestone,  thai he is enjoying health and  happiness, and Ihe esteem ol" a  host of Okanagan friends, who  wish him many returns ol" Ihe  day," was much appreciated by  Mrs. Fortune and myscll". Wc  arc grateful lo God for everything, so lovingly provided.  I think you refer to thc dale of  arrival in* the Spailumcheen, 48  years ago June 15, 1914. 1 thank  you for Hie words printed, and  for Ihe many references lo Mrs.  Fortune and myself on oilier  occasions. Wc are only human,  and not without pain and punishment.  Yes. on June 15, 1806, A. L.  Fortune and partner, at that  time, landed on River Side farm.  John Malcolm was the name of  his partner, and he would not  risk his life where only Indians  might come. Later, at Lillo.oct,  Mark Wallis, of St. Thomas,  Ont., agreed to join Mr. Fortune  as partner. He did so, but later  sold to Hcnrv Harland, in thc  Spring of 1870.  On May Clh, 1867, the first  plowing was done. The fh;sl  trees were cut down in the fall  of 1860.  Our nearest neighbors were  Capt. Haughtcn, and Ihe Vernon Brothers, Charles and  Forbes. Wc thought thc country attractive and very beautiful  ���������������������������we saw no footprints of while  men; and saw no Indians here  on June 15-16, 186(>. There was  no sign of sin nor gibbet; the  foul weeds and wild oats had  not been sown. Wc praised God  J'or such an opportunity of fccl-  ijig His guidiiig h.uid.  Am now an old man, and I  take great delight in seeing the  We're now in the Linotype  Class of Printers  country being occupied by many  good and thrifty people who are  building homes, clearing land  and educating families ot fine  promise for tlie fulurc of B. C.  It is no small thought to Hunk  of all the wonderful changes  lhat have come over Ihe Western Dominion of-Canada in that  lime���������������������������changes that have Ml  their impress upon so many  lives that wc have come in contact with. 1 slill recollect quite  clearly thc incidents of 1862,  when wc crossed Ihe vast buif-  alo and Indian plains, and over  I he mountains by Ihe fine pass  where the two railways, thc C.  N. R. and G. T. P. arc now building. I had much pleasure  wilh thai noble lot of men, and  Mrs. Shuberl's family.  Mrs. Fortune and I take tins  opportunity to gratefully acknowledge all the many kind acts  to us by the many friends oi  Vernon, Armstrong, Enderby  and the district, and for thc long  lo be remembered banquet  given in our honor some three  vcars ago, in the Fulton block.  Such a demonstration of esteem put us on careful lines of  conduct.  Again wc arc honored by thc  Enderby school board and  friends in thc naming of thc  new school after us. It is surely touching to us to be so kindly  treated by. the people of Enderby, and we pray God to guide  and bless thc late trustees and  present board, and lo guide and  bless the present and future  teachers, and the boys and girls  now attending, and thc generations to follow.  As friends of the boys and  girls, wc sincerely hope that  holv men and holy women in  large numbers will look hack  with gratitude lo God for thc  teaching they received in that  magnificent and comfortably-  equipped school building. It is  a credit to Enderby, and the  Government of the lime.,  I am now told that Fortune  Creek supplies thc walcr to thc  citv of Armstrong and vicinity.  I pray that God will ever keep it  a pure and wholesome flow, To  bless thc families and people  who use it. How many boys  and girls will grow, up so  thoughtful as to "trust in thc  Lord with all their heart" and  praise Him for every drink of  water.  Mb. and Mrs. A. L. Fortune,  The Pioneers.  Enderby, 13. C, June 8, 1914.  **.x.******<~:^  Two-Magazine Model K Linotype  WHICH MEANS THE BEST CLASS OF WORKMANSHIP AT  THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES   COMPATIBLE   WITH  THAT CLASS OF WORKMANSHIP.  We are now fully equipped to handle on short police, all  classes of Commercial .Job Printing, such as-  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Financial Statements  Invitations  Butter Wrappers  Duplicate Billing Forms  Envelopes  Price Lists  Dodgers  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  Wedding Stationery  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Ball Programmes  Visiting Cards  Poultrymcn's Mating Lists  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper  In Short: Anything in Printing.  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE   WALKER   PRESS  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  ?  Y  v  f  y  y  y  y  Department Store  COL. HUGHES PROGRESSIVE  No mailer how" some good  people may shudder when they  Tcad^crilicisms^oiHhe-armoury-  building policy of the Minister  of Militia, il is noteworthy, says  the Canadian Courier, lhat Col.  Sam Hughes is a wonderful absorber ol ideas. Mention was  made some time ago lhat if  there were lo be armouries in  all Ihe small towns of Canada,  these buildings should be used  for other purpscs. Thc gallant  Colonel saw thc point at once.  AI a meeting in Mcdford lasl  week lo dedicate Ihe armoury  there, he pointed out that the  building should be a social cen-  Ire, (o be used for fall fairs,  meetings of agricultural societies, patriotic organizations,  charitable bodies and so on.  This is a line idea. If wc are  to have armouries, let these  buildings be used by all'the.people, so far as this can be done  without interfering with their  military purpose. In Toronto,  for example, horse shows, cadet  tournaments and all sorts of social gatherings arc held in the  armouries! If this principle is  adopted in the smaller places,  the armoury may be a doubly  useful institution. Not only  may it be a centre for the citizens, but also a splendid meeting place for the farmers of the  surrounding district.  "Hundreds of .Lives Not Yet  Recovered," is the rather startling headline given by an exchange fo an article telling of  Ihe aftermalh of the Empress  ol* Ireland catastrophy.  rrin & Speers  Y  Y  y  y  y  y  y  Do you  Know we are  T  y  y  y  Y  y  y  y  v  :  y  y  y  y  y  y  X  t  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  COME AND SEE!  y  y  y  y  y  v  y  y  Y  y  Y  ���������������������������?  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  *  y  y  y  y  Y  y  y  Y  y  v  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  t  y  y  y  ��������������������������� r  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  ��������������������������� f  y  y  -Y-  y  Y  Y  . Y  Y  >v  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  :t  Successors to Poison Mercantile Company  Iii Enderby District are hundreds of individuals and families on thc watch for an advertisement which will offer them what they want  at an advantageous price.  Call them bargain-hunters if.you will, but  there is nolhing wrong in waiting for a bargain,  especially when the seller is anxious to sell at a  reduced price.  One family wants a new carpet���������������������������thc need is  not urgent. Another .family is looking forward  lo buying a set of dining-room furniture���������������������������it may  not be for a twelve month.    ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  One man is thinking of buying himself a  watch.  One woman a shopping bag; another an  umbrella.  All can be made to buy earlier���������������������������by advertising.  A NOTE TO MERCHANTS  Stimulate business by the offer of some  slow-moving lines at special prices. Brighten up  business by advertising some desirable goods at  reduced prices. Make advertising banish dull  business. Often you can tempt the buyer who is  biding his or her time, to buy from you���������������������������at a  time of your own naming.  Shop where you are Invited to Shop  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year %-  \1  *  s  y  Thursday, June 18, 1914  ���������������������������THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  A Poultry Expert Thinks Enderby  the Most Desirable District of All  L> -$"  In Ihe Canadian Poultry Journal,  Mr. Scotl, who some time ago purchased the Thos. Sharpe property,  at Hulcar, has been writing of his  travels in 13. C. In Ihe June number Mr. Scotl says, in pari:  "Wc moved up the C. P. R.  towards Ihe Okanagan branch, visiting Kamloops, Salmon Arm, Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kelowna and then back to Ihe mainline lo  Revelstoke and down the Arrow  Lakes to Nelson, visiting Needles  and olhcr points on the way.  "Enderby, in the Northern Okanagan, appealed to us as thc most  desirable place of all. * *. * It  ' seems to be a tip-top poultry and  - daily country, and everywhere we  . went, poultry, cattle, fruit and gar-  '_ den,crops and flowers were thriy-  - ing, and the alfalfa fields''yielding  '   two,and three cuttings every yeaiC  '"There  were  no  boosting  companies in evidence, and most of,Ihe  . land appears to be in the hands of  conservative old settlers, and could  be got at reasonable prices. We  saw a lot- of splendid places at  moderate prices', and it was only a  * question :of ��������������������������� picking - the one that  suited'us-the" best. One place of  seven and a half acres appealed lo  us particularly. It' was" right on  the town line of Enderby, within 10  * minutes' walk of'a ������������������75,000'-'schbol,  with a good house, city .water and  - other facilities, and;was* a dandy  place for chickens, small fruit arid'  " vegetables,- which   could  he   sold  , right in town, and-the price-was  ������������������3,000. , It seemed very reasonable,  -.; considering the location,^ and, we  ;_were just  about  to close" onr_fhis  ': when we heard of the Salmon River  ^.Valley,"'about' six, miles^out, yat'^a  - '"'place   called,- Hulcar", ^aiid.y.we  arranged to\go -o'uL there ythe ^follow-,  ,-ving^ week" andllookCaround.^ -Whcri  :.rz\v'e' saw_this_valley Avcdid'not want,  :;;-torgq.any-farther'   -������������������������������������������������������-'������������������������������������������������������"  '^v.:.  - "V_._'     *"  ft r������������������'7y^REDiSTRIBUTlO^BipIf^PASSEip  '-4^--,Th'e redistribution bill finally.\yas  -repassed" in^tlie'Senate at Ottawa,faV  \ "^JVldnesday,"'after three* months -of  .."argument ih the two chambers.    J ;  Under the new bill there are to  be 123 constituencies instead of 221  as al present. Nova Scotia arid New  Brunswick lose two scats each and  Prince -Edward Island one. Ontario loses four seals, Manitoba  gains five, Saskatchewan six, Alberta five, and British Columbia  six.  In a general way it may be stated  that eleven seals now represented  by Conservative members are  merged, wilh other ridings, while  eight constituencies now represented by Liberals are similarly put  together.  In the bill as finally passed there  was little if any change made in the  .formation of the ridings as handed  in when the bill was - first introduced. .The electoral district of  Cariboo, - will-comprise the Provincial electoral districts of Cariboo,  Lallooet, Kamloops and Yale, excepting that portion of Yale contained  in the electoral district of Westminster district, and including the  whole city and district municipal-,  ily of Salmon Ann.  The electoral district^ of Yale,  comprising thcP.rovinciahelectoral  district of Okanagan, excepting any  portion of the city or district municipality of Salmon Arm, which'may  be contained therein, and thc Provincial electoral districts of Similkameen,1 v Greenwood/ and Grand  Forks. . '  -���������������������������  7  ford, and lately under the capable  present head, Dr. Florence, has  largely undertaken the task of  stamping out contagious diseases  of animals, such as glanders and  hog cholera,. Jurisdiction, however  is concurrent, and amongst the  provinces, British Columbia has  made the most advanced step by  enacting a.,statute providing for the  slaughter of and compensation for  dairy caltle infected with tuberculosis, and with satisfactory results.  By a recent order in council regulations have been authorized which  will empower the department to  enter into an arrangement with  cities for the object of eradicating  bovine tuberculosis from all "dairy  herd's supplying milk to the cities  in question."  STATIST BUNCOMBE  ~    BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS  7'The" following statement of interest to the public has been issued  by the Department of Agriculture:  ., "For - the past two years Hon.  Martin Burrcll,. minister of -agriculture,5 -hast hady under contemplation  ihe^rifccessUy. or taking 'some ,step  toward'.the- lessening^ of--;bovine  tuberculosis:-' The "relation -of; bo-  ,vihetuberculosis7t^  lasisyi^'welf kiio>vn,'and the, trahs-  mission^ofcthe Yrouble'through-milk'  is no,longer a iuatter^of'serious-'dis-  pute.", ,-,.., .,_ y . ._ ,y _^_ '- -,. ;  '-."The-_ veterinary-branch\of the  'Federal"Deprtmentyof Agriculture,  under the direction of. Dr. Ruther.-  -.'b -'  r     i    1     -���������������������������-_r  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ?&&������������������_*  mm  &&$$������������������,  W&7  You Need It  =In^������������������our-Home-  Take the coupon below to  ENDERBY HARDWARE CO.  and receive the following���������������������������FREE.  1���������������������������25c Instruction Book  2���������������������������10c Bottles Johnson's Wood Dye  1���������������������������10c Can Johnson's Prepared Wax  The samples will prove that Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes will  greatly beautify your home, and the Instruction Book is a recognized  authority on how to use them, _____ _  Johnson's W<  8I0I0  is a dye which penetrates so deep Into the wood that the natural color  does not show even when scratched or marred.  Brings out the beauty of the grain without raising  it.   Dries in a half hour without streaking.   In 17  beautiful, lasting shades.  ._������������������  Johnson's Prepared Wax  i/  A perfect furniture polish  and finish for all woodwork,  floors and furniture, including pianos. Imparts a velvety, protecting finish of  great beauty.  Enderby Hardware Co.  Enderby Hotel Blk  The London; Statist,,edited by Sir  George Paish,.which is the standard  weekly review on finance and economy, has a lengthy article on Indian emigration to Canada. "We  had hoped," says the Statist, "for  broader views, for more prescience  and for a truer Imperial spirit oir  the part of Canada. The Canadians  themselves are all settlers from foreign lands or descendants of such.  They are'intruders upon the'native  possessors of the country and hold  their position only* because of the  protection of the -British Empire.  We. had fondly hoped that, knowing -all this, they would recognize  the- consequent4 ^obligation- upon  them, but we have been disappointed. We have frequently urged  in the past/and repeat, today, that  it istheduty of the-Indian Government tb form and'carry'out;a great  scheme of Indian,colonization within the" British' Empire, but'-it is impossible, as thiiigsi.stand.at present,  for'theVclass,jof_, .Indians most,?in  neetl ,of^new^hbmes.v.unaided^to  "colonize"successfully!"777"-  ~~J- 'rS7  Grates are extra durable. Coal grate is duplex. Wood grate* is the most modern type.  */)an({{9 will take extra large pieces of  "S&r 3>������������������> wood���������������������������just remove back end  lining. Ask the McClary dealer to show you,  SOLD BY MURRIN, HARDWARE CO., Limited  KAMLOOPS' .CONS TABLE^liiLLED^  'is-      _      i.    .   v _ V. '3 / fZ 1 V    -   -  1 -     t   )      *?r* i      .'** -     " 'i.      *"   '���������������������������" "   **i*L. "    "' ������������������ t"r  _V7jPolice"= Cqnstablet"John: M., Allan,  of', Kamloops,--was,; miirdered^last  Saturday morning -at >2.;30 by4ramps  three 7 shots. I taking^'ffect;?-- fThc!  ���������������������������murderer{has not,be,e"n; arrested;;although',27 tramps l\vere" arrested- %at  AValhacHin-yony a," freight?train that  passed* througli.Kamloops about-the  lime bfJheVshboting.^r;'-,, '   ;/ '?  7ln"ycomp'any - with-. Constable" Mc-  Crury, Allan was searching several  ���������������������������deserted - shacks in the vicinity of  the j railroad - yards for the. persons  who, had attempted earlier in "the  .night, to break inlo.ytlie Kamloops  brewery. They had searched .one  shack, finding nothing suspicious,  and were leaving the place when  Allan noticed that a;-windo\v was  open. He went back lo make further investigations while McCrury  continued the search, elsewhere.  When McCrury returned, he found  vVllan-in-a==-dying=-condition,=-with-  thrcc bullet holes in his body.  ^0ckery7an</ q.  Pretty. Piresents for; Juile Brides  In Fancy China Dinner Sets/Tea'Sets; Cups & Saucers  V 5 i J*J ^_. \ ^ * } '*     * "* ^" IT  .as'you.require them:  -Cut and Plain-Water "Set's; in-"! i7 :'S'\S"4'?  jr-^i.   :*. :-.-^.-- a:~. *.������������������  u^a������������������,   ������������������.--:: tu: :��������������������������� i.i_:������������������ i:_."   _.i__->a    --,    - "���������������������������"-V._���������������������������-!!���������������������������*-c  fact, "it is"our;aim to keep eyerything, in this line that  .^.  you may, required and at prices'that are RIGHT.  '.I2_-'_S?  7>������������������"  :%*iA j_v .���������������������������?.-  -     _    *.  _     *a_."      ^.t .    i_i  SEVENTY-FIVE MILES OF ROSES  PRESENT THIS COUPON AT OUR STORK  We will furnish the bearer, free of all expense, with  1���������������������������-25c Instruction Book  2���������������������������10c Bottles Johnson's Wood Dye  . Ir-lOc Can Johnson's Prepared Wax  , MUST BM PKKS1CNT3-D BY AN ADUT/T.  The Boad of Supervisors of Los  Angeles county, Cal., are getting  ready for. the crowds that will  visit that state next year���������������������������exposition year. They have just staded  to spend" the .sum bf ������������������400,000 in  beautifying the roadways of lhat  county. Thc first thing they will  undertake is the planting of Ihe  seventy-five miles of roadway in thc  county wilh climbing roses. On  either side of the roads climbing  roses will be planted, and lo realize  what Ihis^ means one must have  seen roses' in bloom in California.  They will also create at Exposition  Park a wild .lower show on a grand  scale.  ���������������������������ttt-'&ytf .i-.v-._-���������������������������>-������������������__��������������������������� -:_..-._.������������������_^r>i -..  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  ^^SECRET^SOCIETIES^^^ci^i  ���������������������������i->i;ia*-J'V������������������L  v full moon nt 8 p. in. in I  '���������������������������:<���������������������������:fellows^. Hall.   r>V,i_ilihfc"  ^,   >������������������i-V brethren cordially.-invited. ���������������������������  ii^<%Kl-L- -.  J'i'   -.; ir-; -���������������������������  .GBAHAM.KOSOMANi^^fJNO/.WARWICK  * W. M._--"    \  ";-, V~"'r   Secretary  ->"  i-K������������������?Q;-F;;  BISHOP   NICETAS   BUDKA- \.  head of the Ruthenlan branch of the  Roman Catholic Church In .Canada:  "HBfahop^Budka^is arrangiF^toTfi_-ir  from Gallcla a number of. students  who will be ordained as priests and  look after the spiritual welfare of  the Ruthenians here, who now num.  ber over a quarter of amllllon.  IN DEFENCE OF LUMBER  Lumbermen  "Are    Fighting"   Against  Substitution of Other Materials  Lumbermen are naturally somewhat  perturbed over the onslaught against  the use of forest products and are  commencing to demonstrate to the public that wood Is much superior for  certain purposes than any other material. However, in their fight against  the substitution of other materials,  lumbermen are handicapped through  the fact that there is a growing scarcity of suitable material and also to  the fact that the cost of all kinds of  lumber Is advancing year by year.  In their efforts to overcome the cost  of all kinds of lumber, experiments  are being carried on under. Govern  ment auspices, both in the Unite.1  States and in Canada for the purposr  of finding substitutes for the more ex  pensive woeds. By means of creosot  ing and otherwise treating the softe  and cheaper grades of wood, lumbermen hope to demonstrate that the us?  of their products is in the best Interests of the public.  Jusf received���������������������������-a"complete line of  thc celebrated "K" make of English  shoes���������������������������once worn always asked for    *i -- _^55������������������E2s?c <Eureka ^odge, No. 60   '-  Meet's every Tuesday evening; at 8 o'clock, in I.*G. -  O. F. hall. Metcalf block, r Visiting- brothers always - welcome..- :J     .W. H. LOGAN, ''NfC.  ,'--,'���������������������������      '       V*>"      "JAS. MARTIN,'V.-G. .:  ;���������������������������R. E.WHEELER. Sec'y.-  .,  , GEO. BELLAMYATreas.^-  ENDERBY- LODGE  ' . '   '   No. 33, K. of P!'-"*-;-������������������  '  Meets every Monday evening  In K. of I'. Hall. ^Visitors cordially invited to attend..  T. C. CALDER, C. C.  C.E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  -^-=^Rf-Jre0lrTARTf-MtF7==  Hall suitable forConccrte, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address.  G. G. CAMPHELL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^C. SKALING, B. A. .  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public. .  Money to Loan  Bell Blk. Enderby, B,C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Oflico hours:   Forenoon, 0 to 10:30  Afternoon, 8 to 4  Evening, C:30 to 7:3"  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and GcorgeSU. ENDERBY  Q.   L. WILLIAMS  Dominion *nd  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  John Johnson  salmon arm, b. 0.  Box 644 Phone 6H  Licenced Auctioneer. Sales attended to promptly. Terms on application, or through the Walker Press.  EVER.BOBY'S    DOING   IT!  DOING WHAT?  Getting their Suits cleaned and  pressed at  A. E. WEST'S, TUc Enderby Tailor  Monthly Contract* a Specialty ���������������������������������������������!_>->. tift v. tv. ii a ;  2K_*s.ss������������������sass!5y^*'������������������v'i  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 18, 1914  See  Our  Window  of  Corsets  Summer Vests  & Warm Weather  Under Graments  ���������������������������nothing finer���������������������������  and our prices will  interest our lady  patrons.  W. J. Woods  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  LOST���������������������������A brown Spaniel retriever  dog; answers to name of "Sport."  $5 reward paid. Leave information with Constable Bailey.  LOST���������������������������Gold chain bangle: between Gainford Ranch and Enderby. Finder kindly return lo  Walker Press and be rewarded.  FOR SALE���������������������������Milch cow; also one  buggy and single harness. H. Gildemeester, Enderby.  FOUND���������������������������On Ihe recreation ground  May 25th, a pair of gold-rimmed  eye glasses in case. Owner may  have same on identifying property and paying for this advertisement.    Walker Press office.  'OR SALE���������������������������Pressed    brick,  common  brick,    cement   and   lime.  W.    A.  Russell, Enderby.  DWELLING HOUSE For Rent; eight  rooms  and kitchen;  Barnes'   addition; good garden on four Lots; rent  $20   per    month.  Mowat, agent.  Apply,    James  MRS. PARADIS, Dress Making Parlor, Clifi street, second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices. Work promptly,  executed.  STRAYI.D--A bay mare, weight  about 1000; heavy mane and forelock; branded on lefl shoulder.  Address, J. L. Rullan, Enderby.  Concise Statement of City ?s Financial  Requirements, and How Raised  In order lo make clear in the minds of Enderby ratepayers the exact requirements of the city as to the incoming revenues; thc sourcss  from which these revenues are lo be derived, and the demands made  upon them, City Clerk Rosoman has prepared the following concise  statement, which will clarify many points upon which some arc confused :  Bank Montreal, 1913 liabilities   $7,796.89  3,295.09  Waterworks:  Interest and sinking fund  $2,505.09  Sundry expenses        700.00  FOR SALE���������������������������Ranch of 172 acres;  7 acres cleared; ������������������35.00 per acre;  frame house 10x2-1 and other  buildings; black loam bottomland  well limbered, some cedar. Will  take as pari payment town property. Apply, Jas. Ellison, Enderby  Roads   (including sidewalks):  Interest and sinking fund   3, .-16.37  Repairs and extensions    1, .00.00  Lighting   650.00          5,496.37  Schools:  [nleresl and sinking fund 1,827.92  Teachers' salaries, etc   8,382.00 10,209.92  Police  Department:  Constable and Magistrate   1,050.00  .Transportation and maintenance of prisoners   300.00 1,350.00.  Gencral Department:  City Hall, interest and sinking fund  ,07.91  General maintenance, salaries, etc  1,350.00  .   Printing and stationery   300.00          2,117.91  Health Department:  Inlerest and sinking fund on cemetery ....    187.16  Sundry expenses        250.00 437.16  Poor relief -.  360.00  Recreation Ground maintenance  100.00  Assessment     160.00  Municipal' elections   60.00  [nleresl on temporary loans  200.00  Publicity     500.00  Sundry charges (including telephone, telegrams, postage, auditing, travelling expenses, etc  400.00  Contingencies     1,166.66  $33,650.00  Note The 1913 liabilities shown above were offset' by cash assets of  practically the same amount.  Revenues   ,  The following are the estimated   revenues  available to meet  the  expenditures above detailed, exclusive of real estate taxes:  Waterworks:  Total revenue (including later half of 1913 rates) $5,671.56  School grant from Government  3~390.00  Trade licences ... -.  1,250.00  Police Court tines, etc  300.00  Cemetery, sale of lots ; .��������������������������� ,. 200.00  Road tax  !   400.00  Dog tax    -  100.00  Sundry accounts, 1913 ' 922:25  Miscellaneous  98.83  $12,332.64  To this amount musl be added arrears of taxes as at Jan. 1,   ". : \ ..-".'  4,118.54  and frontage tax on local improvements paid by owners    865.68  Making a total of '.    . .$17,316.86  Balance to be made up by tax levy  $16,333.14  $33,650.00  It should be pointed out, that all revenues except that derived  from the tax levy arc set by law, and cannot be interfered with by  the City Council; and all expenditures, in-the way of providing for  interest and sinking fund on the debenture indebtedness, are likewise  provided for by law. These have to be provided for before allowance is made for any public work, and any deficit, or any new work,  has to be covered in the general tax levy.  In the tax notices sent to ratepayers this month, it will be noted  lhat thc discount allowed if taxes arc paid on or before the end of  June is not as great as it was the previous year, inspite of the fact  that thc rate this year is much higher than it was in 1913. This is  explained by the fact that it is only on the general tax levy that a discount can be allowed, and the general lax levy is 2 mills less this  year than it was last. Tbe full tax levy for all debenture sinking  funds and interest must be collecledno matter when paid, and interest  -niust-Tbc=adde(Hf^not-paid-by-=the^end=olHhe-=-year7i=^rhc^discount-ial?=  lowed on all June payments is made on the general levy only.  HORTICULTURAL   SOCIETY  =rs  C. W. Bovett  PLUMBING, HEATING, TIN-  SMITHING & REPAIRING  Estimates  furnished.  At Murrin Hardware Store,  Support your local institutions  that benefit your town.  Help the public officers do the  most good for the most people.  Don't advertise in the local paper "to help the editor, " but ad-  tise to help yourself.  A meeting of the Enderby Horticultural & Agricultural Society's  directors was held in the City Hall  last Friday evening for the purpose  of naming judges for the garden  competition, and transacting such  other business as was brought up.  Secretary Rosoman reported only  leu gardens entered in the competition. Mrs. A. McPhcrson and Mr.  I\ W. Collins were elected lo act  as garden judges for the season, the  judging lo start this month and to  continue each month until the annual Mower show, which is lo be  held in September. Marks arc to  be given on the general appearance  of the gardens entered, each month  as they are visited, and at the end  of thc season the prizes will be  awarded in accordance with the  number of marks received.  It was decided to hold the June  window show on Saturday, the 27lh  in the windows of thc McPhcrson  furniture store, and Mr. McPhcrson  was asked lo superintend the placing of thc exhibits and to act as  judge on that occasion. The entries are to be in position by noon  of thc 27th, and the awards to be  made by 5 o'clock in Ihe afternoon.  These window displays are to be  open to all members of the Society,  and to all children under 10 years  of age, whether members of Ihe Society or not.     Prizes will be given  for thc following:  First and second prizes in all  contests. In (lowers���������������������������For best  collection of roses; best collection  of pansics; best collection of garden  (lowers and best collection of wild  llowers.    In fruits���������������������������Best plate of strawberries: Magoon, Senkler, Dunlop,  or New Oregon.  In vegetables���������������������������Best plate of  green onions, best of radishes, best  of turnips, best of carrots.  DISTRICT CONSERVATIVES  A quorum meeting of the Enderby  District Association was held in K. of  P. Hall last Friday evening to Belect a  ward representative to act on the Council it is proposed to organize. Mr.  Murrin, vice-president of the organization, was selected!  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, s.  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  ,o^^>+o-f<HK>+CHf<>4<>4<^  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.  Enderby  Groceries Men's Wear Shoes  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������;  -YOU   WILL   LIKE   OUR   GOODS"  We have a Large  Tin Pails  Just the thing for |  Berry Picking  Some Great Big Sizes  for almost any purpose  At Half-Price  "Trade where the Train is  ������������������  re Co., Ltd.  ��������������������������� Successors to The Fulton Hardware Co. ���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Jr  !  it''


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