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 Enderby, B.C., July 9, 1914  Lo^alNews of GeneraTlnterest and General News of Local Interest  CITY OF ENDERBY  The local K. of P. lodge is drilling  a degree team in the long form.  Frank Moffet passed through Enderby for Seattle a few days ago.  Born���������������������������On Sunday, July 5th, to  Mr.* and Mrs. R. E. T. Forster, a son.  The Women's Club will meet at  Mrs. Walker's, Saturday afternoon.  '     Born���������������������������Wednesday,  July  8th,  to  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Horace   Neill,   a  daughter.  - Mrs. Spencer Palmer and Miss  Cole, of Mara, spent Thursday last  in Enderby.    , ,s  Miss Nicholson, of, Calgary, is  spending the summer holidays with  Mrs. A. E. Taylor.  H. F. Flewwelling started regular shipments of small fruits to the  Alberta��������������������������� markets this week.  The Bible Class of. the Presbyterian  gave a pleasant social | on the manse  grounds last evening, band-attending. 0  _.Mrs. Gilroy, of New.York,,is enjoying" the summer.months in En-  ; derby, tlie guest of Mrs. S. Poison.  -Mrs. Geo. Keyes,'. nee, Stevens, .and  .child t willl arrive on/a visit,to*her  Enderby*hbme,.from Kentwood,,La.  today. -f - ,    .  "   ,;Mr. and Mrs.,Congrieve spent^a  few 'days/ in   Enderby   the: past  - week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.  J Barrow's, y.     ' ��������������������������� - ;'7      "  Dr. Keith was called to Mara on  Sunday, and oh his return reported  a daughter ��������������������������� born to Mr. and���������������������������', Mrs\  Jack Robertson.     '������������������      . .   ,"  .. Milt. A.' Stevens and Frank.R.  Prince returned from Calgary on  Sunday, where they went to see the  gushers bottled up.'  Mrs. H. H. Humber, who spent a  week or two in Enderby, the guest  of Mrs. Murrin, returned to Red  Deer, Aha., on Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Bradley and  friends motored in from Chase to  spend a few days with friends in  Enderby, returning on Monday.  The work done on the Monk road  _ tMs-season. by-Road Foreman ^Rgx^  ter, has greatly pleased the settlers  there.   It filled a long-felt want.  Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Rodie are  spending the summer vacation at  their Enderby home, after living  at Canoe   Creek   the   past   school  term.  R. E. Best left for Lacombe, Alta.,  on Saturday. It is understood to be  Mr. Best's intention to move to Lacombe, where he has some valuable  farming land.  Parish of Enderby: 5th Sunday  after Trinity���������������������������Mattins and Holy  Communion, Grindrod, 10.30 a.m.;  Evensong, Mara, 3 p.m.; Evensong,  Enderby,. 7.30 p.m.  The following Enderbyites left  on Thursday last for Vancouver and  coast points: T.'.H. Calder, Miss M.  E. Ruttan, Miss Pratt, Miss Crandle-  mire, and Mrs.;Avery.  The weather of the past week  has been even too good for the hay  men. The hot sun dried it too fast,  unless the stackers kept close upon  the heels of the mowers.  According to Sir Richard McBride, "there isj absolutely no  truth in the story'' that there is to  be an election in B. C in the au-  tum.   Sir Richard ought to know.  The gravelling of a portion of the  Salmon Arm road this season by  Road Foreman McKay has made a  great improvement to the road, and  one that all would be glad to sec  carried farther.  J Enderby merchants will close  their places of business on Monday,  July 13th, to observe "the Glorious  Twelfth." The stores will remain  open all day of Wednesday. ^  Little Osborne Taylor had .the  misfortune lo fall and fracture an  arm last Thursday evening. Dr.  Keith attended him at the Cottage  Hospital, and he is fast recovering  from his injury.  Ronald McAulay, of. Silyerton,  died in the Slocan Hospital, New  Denver, last Tuesday evening. He  was a brother of Angus S. McAulay of,the Victoria Hotel, Silver-  ton, and was 24 years of age.  Miss Davies and sister; of Vancouver, came in last Thursday and  immediately set to work to re-open  the Enderby Cottage Hospital. It  is now open to receive patients,  already having two.in-the wards."  Mr. F. Cummings, D.D., installed  the , following officers, in -Eureka  lodge No. 50, I.O.O.F', on Tuesday  evening : N.G., James Marty n; V.G.,  Chas. Parkinson;] R.&,-R.E.Wheeler;  F: S.,., Wm. Duncan; Treas.V J.^ B.  Gaylord>:'S -" '���������������������������} "-./.. :is' ,i'��������������������������� ,~  The ;lawn' social given ' by.x the  ladies aid of the-'Presbyterian  Church; ^bri \ the ^grbunds;-;of T-the;  manse; lastTrijia^eVeninft proved  a very enjoyable^" affair,>'-'arid was  largely' attended. \ The City 'band  enlivened, 'the evening' by ^giving  several selections oh .the ground.  ^The'city of Vernon has postponed  the date on which taxes fall due,  to get the benefit of the rebate, from  July 15 until October 15. This  action was taken on account of thc  tightness of money, and tp give the  ratepayers -lore time to take advantage of the discount. \  Micky Breedon is dead. Micky  died at. Sicamous, by the poison  route. Micky was as well known  as Jack, and almost as popular.'  Micky was only a brown spaniel  pup, but just the same, when the  report of his death came out there  were==moist=eyes=iamong--his-=hotel  friends in and about the King Edward.  Al Dockery, who runs the lino  grave-yard shift on the" Vernon  News, took n peep at our Model K  last Thursday and went away satisfied that we have the best thing  with mechanical brains for a small  city_print shop known to the craft.  Dockery agrees with the Press staff  in this*matter, therefore we think  Dockery knows.  Joe Doerflinger this week purchased the Enderby billiard and  pool parlor from W. J. Thomson.  In order to accommodate his customers, Mr. Doer-linger';feels he  must make more room in his ice  cream parior and bakery, and in  taking over the building adjoining  he hopes to so rearrange things as  to provide thc required door space  in the bakery and refreshment  parlor.  There was a juvenile case heard  before Magistrate Rosoman on Saturday last, in which the charge was  lhat of breaking into a house. The  charge was not proven, put evidence was brought out to show that  there are a few young boys in Enderby who are growing too destructive and malicious in trespassing upon the property of others.  Next time there will probably be a  conviction, which" would mean a  good lesson to the boys.  Manager Gibbs) of the Enderby  Brick & Tile Co., showed a fine  sample of the first kiln of, brick  turned out by his new plant. The  appearance of the wire-cut brick  is excellent. In color and smoothness it resembles ~the pressed article, and is much more regular and  even in size than the hand-molded.  The first 100.000 kiln of the new  brick is..now ready for market,  and another 100,000 kiln is on the  MABEL LAKE VALLEY NEWS      EXPLAINS CADET REGULATIONS^    .  way.  A]l boys intending to take part in  the cadet camp to be held on Long  Lake next week, are urged to report  before Saturday evening to Mr.. G.  Campbell,-who was asked by Col.  Bbtt, in command, to forward such  names to him that he might provide  transportation for. the boys. The  tickets will be given to those going  at the station, on.Monday morning.  At Vernon the boys, will betaken in  charge by the cadet.,officers, and  will be given" a thorough good-time  and the  best  of  training "by  the  camp y officers.     -w,Vr"      ,    ,  , Miss L. Cobb.will,be\married to,  Mi*. P. ;W.r Chapman; in tHef English  Church, at Vernon, on ..ThVsday:  (tbdhy). July 9th: The, ceremony is  ;timedyfprr 1.15.77 %jhyitatipns.are  being seht;'outf Butrany friends who,  care" to^maW^Hhe^journey.^ will be  welcome.? - The Prcss'joins with  the many friends of, Mr.,and Mrs.  Chapman;;1,in extending; -sincere,  felicitations/and. in ,wishing theitf  a Jong life of happiness andservice.  After a brief trip ,to Okanagan Lake  points, they will return-to Enderby  and'take up -heir residence at the  delightful retreat,that Mr. Chapman  has been preparing for the. past  year or, more overlooking Spirit  Lake in the Glen Mary hills.  JOSEPH  CHAMBERLAIN DEAD  The Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain died at his Birmingham, Eng.,  home last week. His last message  to his followers regarding the Em-  pire-polic-y--\vas_.this:-, .-.-.���������������������������^  "Yield nothing. Fight it out to  the end. Your cause cannot fail  because it is based on the imperishable principle of British unity.  Don't bother overmuch about tactics. Stick to your guns. You arc  bound to win, but whether you win  sooner or later depends on your  courage and tenacity."  Good morning, have you seen our  scow.  Miss Hope Aldin is visiting  friends at Merritt.  Miss L. Rafrds is visiting Kelowna  and Okanagan Lake points.  C./Wallin is building a fine large  hip-roof barn on his homestead.  Jas. Baird and men ' are busy  baking hay. Some warm,* isn't it,  Jim?  School meeting notices are out  for both East and West Mabel Lake  school districts.   ,  *Pete Gossen and Geo. Cargyle  spent a few days fishing on Mabel  Lake the past week.  W. Cook nas a crew slashing and  clearing in preparation ,for building a handsome bachelor's quarters.  Mr. Johnston, D. L. S., who has  been J employed     surveying    the  logged-off lands of this district for  the past month or, two, moved his  crewrto Enderby this [week en,route  for., new'fields.,    f-.T./  -._ Haying-_s\ the.-.order'of/the,day  ancLr* anyone; -wishingva good Jime  and \healthful 'J; vacation ;'sfiould,Ju  come.' iipy-and -h'elpV^some^of yUi������������������  bachelors, ,where: you vwill\bey royal-T  'lyf,.welcomed'ti"f^youiybrihg^a^keg  2\o_gCT'77.J^77 VV^'^v.-V-*V<������������������_  "i Road Foreman-Baxter: is back, on  the3Iabel'Lake-road,;and".has done*  a*'fine piece .of work/near. Hupel; It  isrhis>intention,.;as soony as the  seepage water .lessens!oh;' the low  parts on , the'. Trinity. .Valley road/  to move his road gang.to'that point  and do some permanent road -work  there. '\    - '^ S  'S~i7 ���������������������������"   -  Mabel Lake was visited by'a large  number of visitors on Sunday. Mo-<  tors and rigs- were lined: up along  the road for a considerable, dis--  tance. ' Among the visitors were  noticed Mr. and Mrs. Lemke, Mr:  and Mrs. Dill: Mr. G. L. Williams  and wife, Mrs. Hatcher and baby,  Mrs. Warwick, Mr.*** Warwick, Mr:  Mann, wee Jack and Evelyn and  Miss Thomas and friend;  Col. Bott, in command of the.ca:  det squadron, was in Enderby from'-'S  Vernon last Saturday afternoon, for* f  the purpose of explaining the regulations-.and   management   of|  that  organization, in the hope of haying  a   company   started-  in   Enderby.  The "cadets are more bf a-military-  organization than the. Boy Scouts,:  though they are trained along sim_  ,  ilar' lines.,  The commanding'mili-;..  tary officer of*the district has cbn-.^y  trol of all companies or spuadrpnsy  in the district. . The officers of the,.  squadron   are   chosen    from   the.-, .  ranks, and,these boy officers have"  charge of their particular company,1,  being under the "generaf suprvisioh  of the militia officer of that particu- > -  lar, locality.     The militia depart- -  ment  supplies-, rifles,  ammunition,^'"^  belts and caps, and a grahtis" given ;y ;  for   general   up-keep., '��������������������������� The7hni,-77  forms can be, had'lat' $2.-per ;head.:y^  JULY  WINDOW SHOW  Eighty-five per cent of headaches arc the result of eyestrain.  If you are troubled that way, consult Dr. S. L. Taube, at Reeves'  Drug Store, on Wednesday, July  22nd. , All work guaranteed as  tested.  TO RENT���������������������������Large comfortable furnished "shack" on. bankvof  Spallumcheen river, '100 yards  from Hupel postoffice and^grocery store; four miles trom Mabel  Lake. Good trout fishing in both  river.and lake. Rigs or saddle,  horses can be hired at Hupel,  Rent, $3 per week, or $10 . per  month.   Apply Box A, Hupel.  ' A meeting of the executive of the  Enderby Agricultural & Horticultural Society was held in thc City  Hall Friday evening, and heard the  report of Mr. McPhcrson, judge of  the first window show held by thc  society, the success of which:has  been fully reported in these columns. Thc date of lhe next window show was sel Tor Saturday,  July 18th, and it was decided that,  in Mowers, this should be a sweet  pea show. The prizes will be for  the best display of sweet peas, and  lhe best collection or garden  Mowers. In fruits, prizes are to  be...given for lhe best plate of  phims, best raspberries, and best  currants, ih 1-pound boxes. In  vegetables, prizes will be given for  best green peas, best new potatoes,  best cabbage and'best'cauliflower.  Fuller particulars will be given  in our next issue.  ,.ev.  " Thl' Court,1 of'Appeal-'kt ^Victoria ^>."^;  dismissed: the Hindu/ appeal'Ton /' ,f = ,> ;  Monday' morning and riupheldc'thef- v I  validity-of Ihe^sleps of'theyimmi- ,  gration "official^ in preventing,the.  landing of die Komagata Maru.piisy.  sehgers, who have^ been fighting the ,  immigration laws of Canada for the'  past month or two. .Just what the  next step will be has'not yet .been--  divulged. '   J * -    '.   ".-"  Gu'rdit Singh, the leader of the ,  shipload of Hindus, who have been  endeavoring to break through the  immigration  laws  of Canada,  has  finally decided, according to a-re:  port./j-QJ". _Y������������������g-(_Q_l>_g'VjP g'vc UP >hc  contest and paddle for 'ome.  MARA NEWS IN BRIEF  Miss M. M.oser is on a visit to  Nelson.  Mrs. Rogers is' spending a few  days wilh friends at Kelowna.  Miss Cutiinert, Mara's popular  school" leacher.-left for Vancouver  this week lo take thc teacher's advanced course of study.  Maying is in full Swing now and  a moderate crop is assured.  FOR SALE���������������������������Fruit ranch in the  Okanagan. Any reasonabc oiler  accepted. Owner must sell. Apply to Mrs. C7C. Rice, 2124 4th  Ave., Vancouver; 'phone, High  1388R.  WANTED���������������������������A live agent to represent the British Columbia Accident and Employers Liability Insurance Company, Limited, in  Enderby and vicinity. Apply,  General Agent, Vernon.  There arc said to be 400 oil companies organized wilh holdings in  the Calgary oil fields and of this  400, not more than a dozen are  sinking prospect holes, and not a  single well has yet been struck that  produces petroleum. It is all a huge  gamble in stocks up to the present  time.  ENDERBY SHIPMENTS  Since Jan. 1st, 1911:  Lumber......   223 carloads  Hay .   ...... ���������������������������'     30 carloads  Poles     Lr> carloads  '1'ies    ..     90 carloads  Corclwood       3  carloads  Fence Posts.       8 carloads  Flour........ .. ..���������������������������.-.--��������������������������� 19 carloads  Live stock..........        1 carload  389 carloads  Ritchie, lhe California lightweight who has held the championship of the world for several years,  was bealcn in a 20-round contest  for points l,y Freddie Welsh, at  London, Eng., on July 7th.  Get vour bread tickets at JOE'S. '.,;i v -.i-ti; ':������������������������������������������������������ * ,Wi.i'i't_X;w .  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 9, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every   Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C. at  S2   per  year,   by   the  Walker   Press.   Advertising Hates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 2"jc each subsequent insertion.     Contract advertising, SI an inch per month.  Legal Notices:   12. a line first insertion: Sc a line each subseriucnt insertion.  Reading N*iices and Locals: 1f>c a line.  JULY 9, 1914  BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEE BUSINESS  Wilh Mr. A. Fulton a why, apparently for an  indefinite period, the Enderby Board of School  Trustees is without a cl.ari.11an"; wilh only two  members to do business.     We saw last week, in  lhe ruthless destruction of the trees on the school  properly, how  dangerous it is   lo  do  business  willi one member of lhe Board short.  The trees  in question were down in accordance with orders  received  from  Mr. Johnson,  before Mr. Teece,  Ihe other member oJ' Lhe Board, knew anything  about il, or lhal il was anyone's intention lo have  them destroyed.   This is not business.   11 is contrary to good judgment and a waste of properly  thai cannot be justified by any line of argument  lhal may be adduced.      If il is Mr. Fulton's intention to remain away from Enderby for any  length ol* lime, he should.lender his resignation  from lhe Board lo permit someone to be elected  in his place.   There are mailers coming up soon  in connection wilh the laying oul of lhe grounds  lhat  will  require  deep  study and   forethought,  and Enderby'is entitled lo receive thc best lhal  our school board can give.  Thc ratepayers of Enderby have stood loyally  by the School Board, in the matter of providing  ample funds in the face of a depression that is  acutely fell by all, for the proper fixing up_of the  "IscI Toof "aroimdsT^Tlicv " wi 1 liioi TceTci isi.bse.rio"  fact into them until they now know that the  strictest observance of the regulations by all is  the best safeguard against loss.  But, after "giving due credit to the department  and to all who follow the regulations looking to  the avoidance of forest fires in the burning of  slashings, etc., there is much room' for praise in  lhe work done by the deputy lire wardens, who,  or the most part are engaged in a duly that calls  for labor al all hours, day and night, unseen  and unassisted by anyone. When electrical  storms rage, and forest trees here and there are  struck by'lighlning, then is the time when the  deputy fire wardens are most busy. These fires  are lhe fault of no one. Usually Ihcy start high  up on the mountain lops, and at night. Sometimes there, is an incipient blaze, confined lo the  tree struck. This quickly dies oul. Again lhe  ighlning's lire spreads lo an adjoining tree, or a  blazing "limb falls into lhe bush and ignites lhe  parched undergrowth. It is thc duly of lhe  deputy lire wardens lo gel upon thc ground as  soon as possible and check the blaze before it  gains headway. This work requires prompt  action and ceaseless labor while thc blaze is  going. To illustrate: One evening, after a hard  days work in the hills, Deputy Fire Warden  Ihiwcs was resting at Hupel roadhousc. The  evening was sultry, and the heavy black clouds  left no chance for uncertainty as to what the  night would, bring. Shortly after nine o'clock  there was lhe sharp lightning Hash accompanied  by the deafening report of ihe "strike." Away  up near the. mountain top, eight or ten miles  oil' the burning tree flared up, and in a few  minutes lhe fire was seen to catch in the underbrush beneath thc tree. Getting a line on thc  tree by compass, lhe deputy fire warden struck  out in" thc thicket lo climb the heavily wooded  mountain. "Leave it until'thc morning," he was  advised. "It may die out by thai lime." "Yes,"  replied Hawcs, "it may die oul by morning, bul  it is more likely to spread over the entire mountain by lhat'lime. I'm going to put it out tonight and not give il lhe chance." And off, he  started.. Thc hillside, was covered by'a dense  forest growth, and il was no small task lo reach  ihe fire. Fortunately there was no wind to fan  lhe blaze, and il was confined to a small area  with green woods all about. It was 12.30 when  he reached the spol. 11 required but one hour lo  gel lhe burning dry limbers under control. Had  the fire been allowed lo burn until morning, and  a wind storm come'up, il would have enveloped  the mountain side and been lhe cause of a  forest fire that would have required a small  army of fire fighters to bring under control, to  which should be added thc immense loss of the  limber burned over.  This is only one instance. Others of a similar  nature could be mentioned. ��������������������������� It is this fearless  fidelity to duly that has won for the'Deputy  Fire Wardens the confidence and support of lhe  men in lhe hills. They know the fire wardens  are their best friends, and arc prepared to  assist Ihem in whatever way they can. ~  Thc man who stands upon so thin a thing as  his dignity is. almost certain to gel a bard fall.  CO-OPERATION IN IRELAND  BANK of MONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital, $,16,000,000  (paid up)  Rest,  516,000,060  H. V; Meredith, Esq., President  Sir "Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW  YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th  June and 31st December. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 77 ���������������������������:"  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  $ 13.00  No. 2.Lath, per thousand       1.75  I  Short Cord Wood       3.75  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������_er_  Canada's Best Flour  LVIE'S  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  For Bread and Pastry  At FLEWWELLING' Feed7Store  tetei_XteT-.XXS!t3hm&im.KSUC������������������i  ' EKKSa:<&BE������������������33������������������E-5S-  L_jjJuiai.._jBU!aiiaB_B---3  will not I eel disposer  for any further improve  provide more money  men Is. II exasperated many lo learn lhal the  school grounds had been laid bare last week.  The thoughtlessness of Trustee .Johnson in, of  his own accord, ordering lhe culling down of the  Irees, means a distinct'loss to the properly thai  will require the expenditure of a considerable  sum of money and many years of wailing lo  give back lo the grounds The pleasing appearance  thev hefore had.  When we move close to Nalure, we I brow oil'  the frills and foibles that society has added as  essentials, mid become kind's of that simple life  which the world thinks is greatness.  PROTECTING THE  FORESTS  The policy of the Provincial Lands Department, in conjunction with the Dominion Government, in providing for lhe proper protection  of Ihe vast limber wealth of B. C., cannot be loo  highly commended. The scarcity of destructive  forest fires in the past season and the season we  are. now in, speaks volumes For lhe sane policy  laid down by lhe Department and which has  been so successfully carried out by lhe various  lire wardens and their deputies. It would be  (lillienlt to eearry oul Ibis policy, commendable  as il is. without lhe assistance of the men in the  hills���������������������������-llie homesteaders, pre-emptors, limber1  men, prospectors, elc. And it is this assistance  lhal makes lhe policy so ell'ective. Not lhal the  labor is done by IbesV people, bul Ihey have been  brought lo recognize lhat the Government regulations are framed for their protection, and the  fire wardens and their deputies have drilled this  Thc statement was given out through lhe press  a week or so ago, under dale of London, lo the  effect thai Col. E. M. House, personal representative of President Wilson, was visiting the world  metropolis for Ihe specific purpose of learning  from Ireland how lo formulate an ellicicnl cooperative system lo be applied to thc farming industry of lhe United Slates. This stalenient will  no doubt come as a surprise to many, who arc  not posted as to the phenomenal progress made  TiT^lTCi ifnTtn h^rctfcht^Wrs^J irtheriri a ttcr^ol��������������������������� cooperation. Up lo within lhe past year or two  Ireland has been looked upon as lhe last place  one would go lo lo learn how to formulate a system of co-operation. And if all of Ireland were  bound up within the narrow confines of their religion as are lhe men of Ulslcr, it is doubtful if  I Tie farmers would have go I together and held  together long lo have achieved the wonderful  success lhal they have brought lo thc-farming industry. Co-operation, nevertheless, has always  been a heart principle of lhe Irish people, and in  recent years, since il has become a practical,  every-day idea among Ihe Irish farmers, Ihey  have developed il lo a point of life and death.  Speaking ol* the success of flic movement there  lhe Irish Homestead says:  "There was in 181!) about nine miles outside of  Dublin a co-operalive community, which held 30  acres, suupporled a priest and a school of 300  children, had creeled buildings,  made and sold  jaunting   cars,   comprised   butchers   and   car-  penlersand wheelwrights.   There was also a cooperative woolen factory started by lhe Quakers  of Dublin.    Well, all  those  tendencies  towards  communal enterprise started among the ancient  clans  are  emerging  today  stronger   Hum   ever.  Co-operation is now a  national cry and is the  motive of what  is  now  the strongest economically of Irish movement.      Nothing could destroy  the co-operative movement in Ireland except civil war, and from  lh.il wc hope Heaven  and our own  common  sense will preserve us.  Civil  war,  whatever might be  the issue,  could  ! win us nothing so important lo Ireland as lhe  'democratic and co-operative movement uniting  all creeds and parlies, which il might so easily  destroy.  From the Garden to  the Table  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.  King Edward Hotel, &  , H. 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C. &  Thursday, July 9, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Ii ~ *���������������������������  0<>000<K>0<><><><>0<>0<><>^^  0000<>0000<><>CKK>00<KXKK>^^  'Neath a shady  tree,  in  a   lonely  wood,   where   lhe   shadows tell  cool and deep,  A man lay prone on lhe mossy luri;  still and silent as if asleep,  But mind and thought were busy,  for plainly as he Jay *  He could hear in the village near  him,  the  voices  of children  al  play. ,       , .  And thc distant sound ot  the old  church bell, ringing the evening  chimes,  Calling thc choir to practice, it had  called him scores of times.  He looked like one who had travelled and toiled 'nealh a tropic  sun, , ,       ,      ��������������������������� i  And one who had sinned, and paid  the price in full for the evil done.  But a strangeiy softened look crept  o'er his deep-lined face ���������������������������  As those evening bells rang softly  on, wilh a nameless charm and  And his thoughts dwelt long on the  old Church house, half covered  with evergreen,  Where the climbing roses blossomed till the windows scarce  were seen.  Would they know me again, I wonder? under his breath, he said,  And how would they welcome the  prodigal? returned as one from  the dead.        -  I wish I had courage to try, but J 11  wait, when the shadows lengthen  I may see them myself unseen, it  the old man's lamp is lit.  if my poor girl had lived to go  with me, she might have pleaded  . ���������������������������but I ���������������������������  Flow can 1 hope for forgiveness?  who left her unc_red for to die.  In thc old-Church house, the Vicar  sat thinking bf'days of old, ���������������������������  And  watching, his  wife,  with   an  earnest   look���������������������������why ?   he   could  scarce have told   ,'..      ',   .-    --  When into" the room, with a bounding step,-and-a face all joyous  :and. glad;"-. ������������������������������������������������������"-;-������������������������������������������������������;   " '���������������������������~ '-y "-���������������������������''-"  :    Came like aburst .of sunshine,'a  brighfahd bonnie lad," ....  "I'm to sing the1 solo; Grannie,   he  cried, "I tried it, so, did the rest;  ;   But the master says-my voice is tar  r *    and away-thc best;..'    ( , --_._ I ���������������������������.  Then he made me'sing it again, be:  fore some grand city swell;..   :  -Who said  for so young, a boy, I  sing remarkably well.    '     .    ,'  "   There are one,or two errors in time  '���������������������������   but practice will put thcm.righl;  And I mean to have it perfect, if I  , practice day and night,      --  . -7  Bii'l, Grannie, you're ��������������������������� crying; Oh,  come, I say, Gran, that's too bad;  I ran home so quick lo tell you, I  thought you'd be ever so glad."  And a shadow passed for a moment  o'er lhe sunny face of the boy,  Thai his dear ones didn't share it  seemed to lessen all his joy.  Bul the-Vicar's gentle  voice said,  "Ah, laddie; you little know:  Your   news   has   carried   Grannie  back, nearly thirty years ago,  When your father came running in,  as you have, done to-day,  His  face  as glad and  joyous, his  voice as proud and gay:  'I'm to sing thc solo, mother,' he  ^ cried, 'I'm as glad as glad can be;  To think of all the boys, the Master  has chosen me '  And he,sang lhe solo, laddie, standing out all alone,  He sang as may-be the angels do,  around the golden throne;  And he ever loved that anthem;  he learnt it all by heart,  And wherever he was, at work or  play, he would whistle and sing  every part.  But���������������������������tho'  we  little  knew  it,  that  glorious gift of song    .  Led our boy to evil companions, led  him altogether wrong.  Then he left us, and led a riotous  life,   but    >ve    hoped   the   time  would come,  When 'the husks' would be all he  had left, and our prodigal would  ,come home.  Ah, Grannie is1 hoping yet (tho' oft  in bitter pain,  She has mourned him as dead) her  son may yet be alive again.  ** i.  He-never saw you, laddie, or knew  that his brave young wife  Journeyed here to lay you in Gran-  ' nie's arms ere she drifted out of  life.  Biit when you are singing your solo,  sing as if your father could hear,  And sing of the love-and-forgiveness,'- that ���������������������������, arc , waiting for him  ���������������������������' here."    .'-; '���������������������������...'' '���������������������������".     \  *   '    f  "My father;" .cried, the boy; .from  whose face all smilesliacl lied;  "Mv father:- your prodigal son?  VVtiy, L.ahvays thought, he was  ~v^.dead;,r-^->*f-7-������������������'-x~,--r- ���������������������������'- -" -~'^'���������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������* ���������������������������  But if he loved lhat anthem, he'can  S never, quite forget,"   . '  And   some .dav   or   other, -.those  beautiful- words will- bring .him  -   back to you yet. ,.     '    .  Oh,, no;,he can never, forget them  so Gran, look up and smile; "-  I'ni oil' to the wood, it's so- quiet  ���������������������������'there,.to practice my.solo awhile."  I  The boy ran off to sing his part in  the heart of the wood so old;  He sang as perchance thc Seraphs  do, when they touch their harps  of gold.  The solo ended, he paused, amazed,  for from a thicket near  Came the sound of the alto part, in  a whistle strong and clear.  "I will arise," sang the boy, startled  but  unafraid,  He thought some older chorister a  boyish trick had played.  "1 will arise, and go to my Father,  and unto him will say,  "I have sinned," sang a tenor voice  not verv far away.  "I   have   sinned,    against   heaven  and before thee much evil have I  done;  "And I am no more worthy to be  called thy son."  j  The   voices   ceased   together,   and  straight to the boy's young heart  Came    the    thought,   My    Father;  Grandfather said he could whistle  and sing every part,  Suppose he's come back, and fears  to go home;, "Sing, laddie, as if  your father could hear."  Aye;  I'll  try;  and  straight  ahead  without a signrof fear,  "While he was yet a great way off"  (he sang in accents plain)  "His father ,saw him, and ran and  cried, My son; that was dead is  " alive again."  Then as a man's deep sobbing  seemed almost to shake the  ground,,  The boy sang on triumphantly  "He was lost but is found."  Who may tell of the joy in the old  Church  house, .when  the  boy's  glad voice was heard?  "He hasn't forgotten it, Grannie; he  ''remembered-it every word;  He ' was  lying ��������������������������� out   there  in   the  wood, under the I_ig oak tree;  And as soon as I had finished my  solo, he whistled and sang it with  -me;      -" "  .    "        -  And then I heard him sobbing, so I  went and asked, if die    wouldn't  come  With me to see the Vicar, he said:  -'    Boy; ram going home.  'Then I knew-he mnsl.be my-father,  and I tried to tell 'him so,  , .  But he seemed jiot to'listen or heed.  But,' Grannie, he"'trembled as tho'  He'would- fall, when J_said,-.'lhcr'c!s  .Grandfather,'waiting  for  inc. al  !the gate���������������������������' ���������������������������   -v*;,     ,;-   ���������������������������:/7':-'-S  Perhaps- he's coming to'-meet me,-  he does sometimes when I'm late.  I'tookhis hand; it was cold as-ice',  and .his. face * was ail, drawn and  ' -grey. - 7,7 ,.-..., v ''' ,  And'1 am not worthy, not. worthy,  was all he.seemed able to say.  ���������������������������    '- . ' ,-.-.*  I never saw Grandfather walk' so  ;   fast���������������������������at last he almost'ran, _  And opened his arms' with such a  - xry���������������������������'twas just like the anthem,  'Gran;      - , ~  '������������������������������������������������������'      -.-"'������������������������������������������������������.  It made me feel queer-to.see them,  but thev to.ok no notice of me,, -.  So  I "ran oh.quick to'tell  you;  I  knew how glad you would be.  And, Gran���������������������������perhaps 'twas my sing-  . ' ing thai gave him the courage to  come; '  And the beautiful words he could  never  forget  arc  bringing  your  , wanderer home. % E. Waby.  I  ctoCkeiy and G/.  Pretty Presents for Bridal Gifts  In Fancy China Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Cups & Saucers T  as you require them. Cut and Plain Water Sets; in * 1  fact, it is our aim to keep everything in this line that  you may require, and at prices that are RIGHT.  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE    J. E. Crane, Prop.  upon to do so,, or fail to complete  the work - contracted for. If the  tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department docs not bind  itself to accepl the lowest or any  tender.  Bv order,  .   H. C. DESROCIIERS,  ' ��������������������������� Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, June 27, 1914.  Newspapers will, not-be paid for  this advertisement if they insert it  without authority from the Depart-  ment.���������������������������63742. "     ���������������������������  Give the milk man a square deal,;  and put his milk bottles but every  morning.      - S y  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier. Healthier Lite  By tha Phtto-opher-Physlclsn    --  GEORGE F. BUTLER* A. Ml, M. D.  JZ&C-\_~.'-  .COUNT,  ���������������������������"    Build Concrete  Plf    Crib Floors and Supports  THEY keep the rats, squirrels and other  1 mrlpntsfromcarrvin_a\vay your profits.  rodents from carrying away your profits.  Millions of dollars are lost to farmers each  year through the ravages of rodents in  cribs and granaries. Part of this loss is  paid by every farmer whose crib floor  isn't built of concrete.  Concrete crib floors and supports stop the waste be-  cause .  They Protect Your Grain  imp    Concrete is strong,'durable and clean   It never wear.  M" out and needs practically no repairs.  It is the ch���������������������������  %m   est of all ma-erialsHfor cribs and granaries.  fSt  Write for this free book "Wha. the Farmer can  tg! with Concrete."    It tells all about the uses of  B crete and will help  every farmer  to  have b  |||f buildings and save money.  M Farmer'. Information Bureau  Canada Cement Company Limited  533 Herald Building, Montreal  The first cash return lo the  United States for the hundreds of  millions spent on lhe Panama  Ca n aL was_recorcled���������������������������on_,Tune_ 18 th  by the Washington government,  from collections on barge traffic  begun on May 18th, transporting  cargoes because of the congestion  of freight traffic on the Panama rail  road. On that business lhe lolls  amounted to $7,305, on the basis of  $1.20 per net ton.  SEAI.ED TENDERS addressed lo  the undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender for Drill Hall, Kamloops,  B.C.," will be received al lhis ollice  until -1.00 P.M., on Friday, July 24,  li)M, for the construction of the  aforesaid  building.  Plans, spc-ificaLion and form of  contract .can be seim-iind forms of  tender obtained al the ollice of Air.  Win. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, 13. C, on application  to the Caretaker of Public Building,  Kamloops, B.C., and at this.Department.  Persons tendering are notified  thai tenders will not be considered  unless .made on lhe printed forms  supplied, and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and place of residence. In  the case of /inns, the actual signature, lhe nature of the occupation  and place of residence of each  member of lhe firm must be given.  Each lender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a  chartered bank, payable lo the  order of the Honourable thc Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount of  the lender, which will be forfeited  if thc person tendering decline to  enter into a contract when called  71,>  SHORT iainl SWAPPT  '.The secret .of .the'success" of our.  Want Ads. Is that ;they~'are short-  ' and snappy. . People like a plain  y business story told in a few words  , and if thoy., want anything'they:  refer to "the , place  where they-  will find it with the least trouble/  ���������������������������vi*., the Classified Want Ads. Is'  your business'represented there.  Copfrlfblrt IH* b, _ w  MtCunl,  7 The following general    rule*  arV applicable to all   eases of.  dyspepsia and indigestion: 7  ,1. Eat slowly and maetlcato  thoroughly; "Fletchef.se."���������������������������,but  not. until your food le tasteless  and Insipid.'  Enough le enough.,  2. Drink fluid   before  meals;  and with meals, if you. feel like;  it.   It le a,mistaken notion that  'drinking water,with meals Is"liv-,  Jurious. ��������������������������� v       y 7 '. 7������������������.  <\  3. Eat at regular, hours.   /.  4w7lf greatly fatigued, lle.down  .and rest quietly before and rafter luncheon and dinner or supper, If only for a few,minutest is  f " 5. Avoid as far as possible tak-j  'Ing business worries or cares' toy  -the table.'_y���������������������������;,-'-'���������������������������",; Ov^J'^^-A  t 6^-Take\teystematlc;;������������������Kercise^  In' the"'open-jrir;lwajkihg' andJ&l-V  cycle'rtdlniyare; the'1best-f prms.|  j But by, all rn^e exercise outlof I  'jdoor9\tytry^afy.Vi.s}^SS^Stj'SiS:^  ryy:7.y\fake/a7cool' opioid sjpongey  Zt^t'y^^Q^^frj^otwot^  , the,,6ody"every-morning on^ris-;  ���������������������������Xnq.\ .-���������������������������_,. .'-.A ���������������������������-,,, -7..^ i-y.  SS tut Theibbwels should be^kept:'  epen"If'rpoMlble;; by.*'; laxatiyey  food*, IhjW* and exercise,; rather.  ; than by. medicines.:. If {adrug Is;  1 necessary 'take; a sallneMixatlve";  \ before breakfast.'.'.y y' -7J-- -Jy .���������������������������  S ���������������������������..-Avoid too"much variety''ati  any ene meal. .Take; meets 'and;  vegetables st separate/ meals;-' S  .10.  Dent worry, but work for -  . neelth.';('\.,.' './i.*'., - is ';A  I    y I  r'<    't    /���������������������������  r-iA  i'.ifiT.  :?"J>.'~  .-'-.Jr. I  '7trn  7H-  S7fSf/M  yv. --. ~z jr. ,?U>d-.i4.1  "it'S^lfS"^. '?���������������������������' I  SSS-'*'' r^S"' ^ f  7'S--"'r\sStt\  \\*i '"7y.-v  ���������������������������r7" ;?/,_!  .KM  -.'7^1  ,f' ''*l  ^ I  'w-\\  (Cbpyrlfbt, 1910. by. W.' Q. Chapman.)  t  A penny saved is not always a penny earned.  Sometimes it is two pennies lost. The merchant  who spends nothing on advertising loses much  more than he saves.  The money spent for plate glass windows is not   looked on as lost; nor is the money spent on  better interior lighting.  Anything that increases favor, that adds to sales,  that multiplies customers is very properly regarded as a good invest mem.  Advertising is a good investment���������������������������just as plate  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  glass windows are. Advertising sells more goods  to more persons than shop windows do.  A WORD TO THE PUBLIC  Do you resent having a merchant address his  message to you in the form of an advertisement  in these columns ? On the contrary, is not your  impulse to respond to his friendly overtures ?  Shop where you are Invited to Shop  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year ^"''.:>.=\''>'!u'i3'W'&&^^^  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 9, 191  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier, Healthier Life  By the PhUo-Opher-Phy.icUn  GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M., M. D.  The admitted advantage of an  outdoor life In many morbid conditions and notably In consumption, seems to point to the con-  elusion that there it something  Injurious In the Indoor life which  Is now the common mode of existence among civilized people.  The mere removal of a consumptive Into the open air will lower  his fever, allay his night sweats,  and altogether improve his general condition; and It Is difficult  to svoid the conclusion that If  these symptoms are removed by  the purity of the air outside,  they must have been largely  caused by the impurity of tho air  J within the house.  We' make our windows fit, we  pad our doors, we shiver at a  draught, we surround ourselves  with woolen curtains, dusty carpets, and fluffy, luxurious upholstery; we breathe the same  air over and over again; and  then we wonder that we are not  strong and vigorous. The fact  is, we are daily using up the exuberant vitality with which nature has provided us, In struggling aaglnst artificial conditions. How powerful for evil,  how deteriorating these conditions are, Is shown by the fact  that their mere removal gives  back to the consumptive that vitality which enables him to,  overcome the seeds of disease  within  him.  J,.i������������������?~!~!~M  4~U.U.l~l~  !  t  v  :  T  T  I  T  ?  T  ?  T  T  T  V  T  I  ?  T  I  T  T  T  (Copyright, 1910, by W. Q. Chapman.)  ������������������  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B, C.:,  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing- of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists invited to give us a trial.  I  i  x  T  X  ���������������������������  ?  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The Soil and Crop Division of the Live Stock  Branch of the Provincial Department of Agriculture, has issued a circular letter to thc secretaries of Farmers' Institutes, stating that the  Minister of Agriculture has approved of the purchase of silo-filling outfits to be used for the purpose of giving silo-filling demonstrations in cooperation with the Farmers' Institutes of the  Province.  "Thc first member in your Institute," the letter  adds, "to erect a silo within your Institute District alter receipt by you of this announcement  is, under the rules governing thc demonstrations,  entitled to the use of the Government silo-filling  outfit free of charge, so far* as thc outfit, can  meet requirements in the lime at our disposal.  The accompanying form gives particulars regarding the holding of the demonstrations, and  lo these applicants must agree. It is thc hope of  the department that these outfits may be kept  fully used under the rules submitted, and that,  wherever possible, in thc broader interests, they  may be at the service of the farmers of the Province.  "In choosing lhe outfit, the aim has been to  secure a machine at as low a cost as possible, and  of a capacity to ensure all-round efficiency. It is  not an outfit intended for thc big farmer, but  rather intended for the man of small,means with  eight or twelve cows, and who may co-operate  wilh a neighbor in the purchase of a silo-filling  outfit, or, in some cases, even buy the entire outfit himself. In other words, the idea has been  that the outfit should be a demonstration in low  cost and efficiency.  "Thc silo has come to be recognized as almost  a necessity on a stock farm. No other building  has been found to store fodder so cheaply. Silos  arc built of many forms and material, but an efficient silo may be erected at a small cost.  "To assist in the introduction of this means of  storing fodder, thc department is offering thc  services of a man accustomed to the work to assist in the erection of thc cheap stave silos by our  farmers. This offer docs not include the erection  of patent, or ready-to-ercct silos. . The erection  of these is provided for by those who sell them.  "To those Institutes whose members are not  familiar with the silo, thc department is prepared  to supply small models, built to scale, ready for  erection, for.three dollars. -    .  "Enclosed you will find application form to be  used by those of your members who wish us to  supply assistance for the erection of their silo.  Please make it clear that applications must be  'received on this form. In cases where this blank  form is not used, it will necessitate our writing  for thc information called for in thc form, and  thus incur delay.  "This work will not be continued after the  lime-when, in the opinion of Ihe department, thc  silo has been sufficiently introduced.  "A circular, bulletin describing the rough  slave-silo and the Government outfit, together  with some hints on filling, will be available for  distribution shortly."  Rules Governing Assistance in Silo Construction  1. Thc applicant must provide all material  necessary for the construction of thc silo, and  shall supply the labor to, assist the representative  of the department in such quantities and at such  times as shall be necessary for thc erection of the  silo as expeditiously as possible.  2r^Tl-������������������^le]Wlnfen"t^dOT  cepl every application for assistance.   Applicants  who are introducing the silo to their Institute  District will have preference over all other applicants.  '.I. Applicants must provide board and lodging free for the department's employee while the  silo is being built.  'I.    Applicants must   have   foundation   built  ready for tlie erection of the silo on the arrival of  he department's employee.    (Foundation  may  lie built of concrete, plank, or even gravel, bul  preferably concrete.)  5. It is to be distinctly understood that thc  department reserves the right to decide as to  what silos shall or shall not be erected by their  employee. The department does not undertake  to erect any silo until attached form has been  duly filled out and signed by the applicant and  acknowledged bv an olficial of thc department  diilv       "   "     "*     '  G ���������������������������  as early in thc season as possible, so that the  services of the department's employee may be  available to as large a number of ranchers as  possible.  authorized to do so.  Applicants are advised to make application  If you wish  really to  relish your  smoke  You should try one of the  new pipes from the stock  we have recently received.  Look at the new shapes  of QUALITY brierwoods,  amber and bone mouthpieces, from 25c to up in  the dollars.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  Girls Helping in the Fruit Orchards  The   Summerland  Naramata is facing a  Review says  new problem  this season���������������������������the problem of handling her first real crop of fruit.  This year's crop will be, when one  considers thc available local'help,  a heavy one, and if the picking of  the cherries has necessitated calling  upon the young ladies for their cooperation, the necessity will be  doubly emphasized when the peach  crop is ready.  Hurls His Eyesight  Backward, turn backward, oh  Time in thy flight, give us a girl  whose skirts are not tight; give us  a girl whose charms, many or few,  are not exposed by too much peekaboo; give us a girl, no matter what  age, who won't use the street for a  vaudeville stage; give us a girl not  too^shapely in view; dress' her in  skirts that the sun won't shine  through.  Will Administer Brother's Estate  An application was made this  morning lo Mr. Justice Morrison to  appoint Mr.l-conard Norris, government agent at Vernon, as committee  in lunacy of his brother, D. D. Norris, who has been confined in a  mental hospital for the past 15  years. Mr. D. I). Norris has an estate consisting of property in North  and South Vancouver, valued at  about .$7,000.���������������������������Vancouver Province.  WATER NOTICE  APPLICATION for a licence to  take and, use water will be made  under the "Water Act" of British  Columbia, as follows:  1. The name of the applicant is  James Foulds Johnson.  2. The address of the applicant is  Box 76, Enderby, B. C.  3. The name of the stream is  La Duce Creek. The stream has its  source about the centre of S.W. 1-4  Sec. 21, Tp. 18, R. 9, West Gth  meridian; also the S. E. 1-4 Sec.  21; and sinks on the Indian reserve  about 100 yards from east side S.  E. 1-4 Sec. 21.  4. The water is to be diverted  from   lhe  stream   on   the  centre,  about 100 yards down stream from  the N. W. corner post of thc Fractional S. E. 1-4 Sec. 21, Tp. 18, H.  9, West.  5. The purpose for which the  water is to be used is domestic.  6. Thc land on which thc water  is to be used is described as follows  ���������������������������The fractional S.E. 1-4 Sec. 21,  Tp. 18, R. 9, west Gth meridian.  7. The quantity of water applied  for is as follows: 150 gallons per  day.  8. This notice was posted on the  ground on the 17th day of June,  1914.  9. A .copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto and lo  the requirements of the "Water  Act" will be filed in the ollice of the  Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objections, may be filed with the said.  Water Recorder, or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.  The applicant claims priority as  from the 20th day of March, 1911,  being the date when an application  was tiled with the Government of  thc Dominion of Canada.  JAMES FOULDS JOHNSON,  Applicant.  Norman Grant  BUILDER ft  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  Furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors,' - TunningB,'  . and all   factory   work.   Rubberoid  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows  GLASS CUT TO ANY SIZE  We represent S. C. SMITH CO.,  ot Vernon  Russell Street  ' Enderby.  -__l__fJ-^S <K_  Do.the best you can at all times  and let the other fellow worry.  Ut.  Form of Application  To  the  Soil and  Crop  Instructor,  Live  Stock '$  Branch, Department of Agriculture, Victoria. j  I hereby make application for assistance in the %  erection of my silo.   I intend to build a silo.... *j;  feet in diameter and... .feet high, using. . (mini- ���������������������������!;  ber). .hoops.    I shall have the foundation built !|  and the necessary material on the ground by.... $  (Continued on page 5) ������������������J  OF CANADA  While You  are  Waiting for Your  Crops  we will advance you money  to meet your current  expenses, or other legitimate  requirements. Give us  satisfactory security and we  will give you satisfactory  terms.  Enderby Branch,      J. W. GILLMAN, Manager  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.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tut  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twmty-  one years at an annual rental of |1  an acre. Not more than 2,560 acre*  ^.tL_.e-Jffl!g^A0--QP<������������������-applicant.   Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  tie described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in ua-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by tha applicant himself.  - Each application must be aceour-  panied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  aot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereen. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may-be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an aexa  : For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or SuVAgent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W������������������ CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.��������������������������� Unauthorized   publication   of  his advertisement   will not be paid  for.  ���������������������������r  The average man  cost of his cigar in  of living.  includes   the  the high cost *  4  Thursday, July 9, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  i,  I   ���������������������������  [!  I*  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodpe No. 40.  Regular meetings fiiwt  Thursday on or after th������������������  full moon at 8 p. m. In Oddfellows Hall. Visit*-*  brethren cordially invited.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  W. M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  _      Eureka Lodge, No. 60  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, ih I. O.  0. F. hall, Metcalf blo.k.   Visttfntr'brother- always   welcome. W. H. LOGAN,   N. G.  " JAS. MARTIN, V. G.  R. B.WHEELER. Sec'y,  GEO. BELLAMY. Trcas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors Cordially invited to attend.  T. H. CALDER. C. C.  J. WARWICK. K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc.. address,  G. G. CAMPBELL. Enderby ���������������������������  PROFESSIONAL  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  * Notary Public.  Money to Loan  Bell Blk.        Enderby, B,C.  D  :\R. H. *W. KEITH,  Office hours: -��������������������������� Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  * Afternoon, 3 to 4  ���������������������������   .Evening, 6:30 to 7:30  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sts.       - ENDERBY  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block      Enderby, B.C.  Concrete is the best  building material  It needs r.  No Repairs  Its use  means  Economy  -v\  Canada Cement  ; makes the most satisfactory "concrete. Get my. prices > before  placing, your order for Concrete,  Blbcks,,Brick and Tile. I carry  a'full line for every purpose, or  can fill special orders -promptly.  J  S. jdHNSTQNE,{tnaerby  t  tm  ^Government Assistance in Silo  Construction and Silo Filling $  I  !C [Continued from page 4]  (dale). .and shall be ready for the departments'  assistance on., (date)..    There are   silos  in my Farmers' Institute District. I^ani familiar  with the rules governing the acceptance of my  application, and agree to them.  ..(Signed).. The ....Fanners'' Institute, of  which the applicant is a member, approves of thc  acceptance of his application. (Signed by the  President and Secretary.)  Silo Demonstrations���������������������������Rules  ������������������  (1.   The applicant must p/ovide the silo, the  crop and the team and labor necessary.    Thc  crop must be of a quality and quantity satisfactory to the department.  2. The department does not undertake lo  accept every application for silo-filling demonstrations. Applicants who arc introducing thc  silo to their Institute district Will have preference  ovdr all other applications, and thc use of the,  departments silo-filling outfit will be supplied  free of charge. Those applicants who arc filling  their silo for the first time, in a Farmers' Institute district,where other silos arc in use, will  have second consideration, but a charge of live  dollars will' be made. Wherever, in the opinion  of thc department, the service to the two above-  named classes of applicants would not be impaired by the delay, the outfits may be used to  till for ordinary applicants resident in a vicinity  .   where a demonstration' is   being   held, ��������������������������� for a  charge fof ten dollars.  3. All  applicants  musf agree  to  provide a  team of horses free to haul lhe outfit from.,their  - nearest unloading platform or wharf, or from,  the ranch where the outfit was last used if last  used within their own Institute district, to their  ranch and return to nearest shipping pointy  4. Applicants must provide board and ilodg-  7 ing, for tlie person, in. charge of the outfit from  . time of arrival until filling on his ranch is com-  . pleted. v '.���������������������������:''_  7      5. . All applicants must agree-to allow the J  : - department, to advertise,. and hold without -any  charge whatsoever, a, public demonstration on  . their ranch.at Jthe time the silo.is!being filled:,7 _  6.   It is to be_distinctly .understood-'that* the;  department reserves the^right to, decide as .to"  '.. what silos shall or, shall nqt be filled by the outfit  owned-and operated, byHhcii_.������������������ Tfte'Department,;  -doesnot undertake to fill any silo, or hold'any .  '-'- silo-filling 'demonstrations untih attached applica:  .tion form lias been duly .filled out and signed by  -'-''the .applicant and acknowledged.by. an official of  the department duly authorized to do so.      * s  ���������������������������'���������������������������17 All applications for: filling with clover or.  '   mixed grains must be received by the department not later than July 31, 1914, and for filling  with corn or fall crops riot later.than August 24,  in the year in which the silo is to be filled.  k  V  V  t-  V  t  *���������������������������  V  r  -?.  v  v  x  Y  t  t  -PLUMBING, HEATING, TIN-  ':   SMITHING & REPAIRING  Estimates furnished.  At Murrin Hardware Store,  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, 8  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  in Enderby yet, and don't expect to, but we hope to strike,  better times soon. That's why  folks are painting the outside  of their stores and houses this  season���������������������������that, and the special  low prices we are giving on all  kinds of outside painting work.  C.G.PIPER    City Decorator  ?  Application Form foi Silo Filling  V  To thc Soil and Crop Instructor, Live Stock  Branch, Department of Agriculture, Victoria.  I hereby make application to have my*'silo-  filled by the Government Silo-filling outfit.! My  'silo is .....feet in diameter, and ....feet high.  For the purpose of filling this silo I am growing   acres of    There arc silos in my  -Farmcrs^nstit,ute-district.=^Lam__faniiUaii_=NV-ith_  the rules governing the acceptance of my application, and agree to them. (Signed). The.,  (name) Farmers' Institute, of which thc applicant is a member, approve of thc acceptance of  his application. (Signed by thc President and  Secretary. )  Some Things to Remember  By Marshall Field  The Value of Time  The Success of Perseverance  The Pleasure of Working  The Dignity of Simplicity  .The Worth of Character  The Power of Kindness  The Influence of Example  The Obligation of Duty  The Wisdom of Economy  The Virtue of Patience  The Improvement of Talent  The Joy of Originating  _>,..���������������������������-  .   X  I  X  EYESIGHT  DR. S. L. TAUBE  of the Taube Optical Co.,  Vancouver and Calgary,  will be at  Reeves' Drug Store, Enderby  WEDNESDAY, JULY 22nd  He will examine eyes and fit glasses to all affected sight. If  there is anything wrong with your eyesight, do not miss this  opportunity of having your eyes examined by the oldest and  most experienced specialist in Canada.  All work is guaranteed absolutely as tested  We're now in < the Linotype  Class of Printers  V    r  y-'Vi  Li",,  -  "    .   .  ��������������������������� - ���������������������������  _������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ~~M  ��������������������������� U tSfSS*  _%&. tt--* _���������������������������?*;?$ I  ~~Vi,C^' i.Jri/iX.%  it77i?7t^A|  1-,-.'-.-   ."j " L--'r5_^|  .^,r'J.;-_r7'^*l  'r70rt     rxf; V'.r.-������������������.-j-- I  "*������������������������������������������������������" '-���������������������������?'.' *---%l-11  ''&.->t'i'i'vS./*%$.\  ���������������������������->T-,>-      ,-'-_'������������������-'   --_���������������������������  ~;UI  f  X  Two-Magazine Model K Linotype  WHICH MEANS THE BEST CLASS OF WORKMANSHIP AT  THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES COMPATIBLE' WI TH  THAT CLASS OF WORKMANSHIP.  ==-==^\Ve-are-now-fidly-equippcd-to4iandlc-onfshoiU-notiGe,-=all-  classes of Commercial Job Printing, such as���������������������������  Loose Leaf Billheads Duplicate Billing Forms'  Letterheads Envelopes.  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Walker Press 0  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 9, 1914    f  Bring Your  Cash to the Big  Cash Store  We have found since adopting  the cash system that the people  of Enderby district appreciate  our efforts to give them the right  goods at right prices���������������������������cash prices  ���������������������������prices that are an inducement  for them to buy. We are entirely  satisfied with the experiment and  feel certain that our patrons are  as satisfied as we. In Groceries,  Gent's Furnishings, Dry Goods  and Dress Goods, we are stocking  the best grades and are putting  the goods on the counter at  honest cash prices: It means a  smaller margin of profit, but'it  means better satisfied customers  and, we believe, better service.  Bring. Your Cash to the Big  Cash Store.  FROM THE FARMER'S STANDPOINT  W. J. Woods  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  Hie undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender for Public Building, Merrill, B. C, will be received al lhis  oflice until _ P.M., on Tuesday, July  28, 191., for Ihe construction of a  Public Building at Mcrritt, B.C.  Plans, specification and form of  contract can be seen and forms of  tender obtained at the oflice of Mr.  Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, at the Post  Oflice, Mcrritt, B. C, and at this  Department.  Persons tendering are ��������������������������� notified  that tenders will not be considered  unless made on the printed forms  supplied,.and signed! with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and place of residence. In  the case of /inns, the actual signature,, the nature of lhe occupation  and. place of residence of each  ' member of-lhe linn must be given.  Each lender must be .accompanied by an accepted cheque on a  chartered bank, payable to lhe  order of the Honourable thc Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount of  Ihe lender, which will be forfeited  if the person tendering decline to  enter into a contract when called  upon lo do so, or fail lo complete  Ihe work contracted for. If the  lender be nol accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department does nol bind  itself-to. accept the lowest or any  tender.  By order,  H. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  -Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, June 29,  1014.  Newspapers will not be paid for  lhis advertisement if they insert it  without authority from the Department. ���������������������������52580.    Agriculture ��������������������������� the raising and  marketing of crops, fruits and vegetables���������������������������is lhe business of lhe farmer. 77ust as the manufacturer  erects factories, installs the latest  machinery and purchases supplies,  so .the farmer purchases' his land,  secures the latest agricultural implements and buys his raw material  from -which his products result.  Just as the retailer and jobber arc  the natural outlet,Tor lhe. manufacturer's goods, so the nearest town  to the farmer's home is his natural  outlet for the fruits of his tabors.  The local Merchants' Association,  the Board of Trade and others cannot commit a worse sin against the  home town and against their own  interests than lo not encourage  farmers to settle in the vicinity of  Enderby, by, first, supplying a  market for the farmer's products.  As we have seen in a previous  article of this series, the farmer of  today is a business man.  He has got to be shown and then  convinced that his investment in  this locality will bring results.  And the only way to show him  is for Ihe people of Enderby to buy  thc products of the farmers already  here, instead of taking products  from out of town.  ��������������������������� Let us make our present farming'  neighbors enthusiastic. ��������������������������� Enthusiasm breeds optimism, as we will  attempt to show in succeeding articles.  Now then, what happens when  the products of our present farmers  are purchased by the people of the  home lown?  They   naturally   want   to.   grow  better products and more of them.  Who   gets   the  benefit���������������������������the   farmer or us?  We  get  the  best  of   fresh  pro  ducts  and  the  farmer  gets ..legitimate prices for his work.  This demands up-to-date methods  ���������������������������scientific methods���������������������������methods that  reduce human labor on the farm-  methods that make life on the" farm  more attractive and comfortable.  Such methods mean better business, and better business means  more improvements���������������������������better living  standards.,:  A town that is surrounded by attractive prosperous farms, is bound'  to be prosperous and attractive in  return. And' such a town will  keep its boys and young men from  moving to other towns.  Instead of a descending population, it will have an ascending one.  The   farmer  wants  his  boys  to  stay on the farm and take the in-  heritage of their parents.  We want our young men to stay  in Enderby because the very spirit  of Enderby i._ bred in their .bones.  They are ihe ones to carry forward the work we have done.  They are the ones that will attract other people to Enderby.  So in other words, to make the  agricultural possibilities of Enderby attractive to new-comers, we  must get thc farmer's standpoint  and operate from that.  We will find lhat his standpoint  is a logical one���������������������������he expects to  spend his money at our local stores,  patronize our; other institutions,  and go to oil1' churches.  But in-order for him to get the  money he must sell his products,  and who should buy them but thc  people whom he spends it with.  So, after all, thc farmer's standpoint is a fair one, and one that  should be taken into consideration  if wc have the welfare of Enderby  at heart.  *C-'  (t  YOU   WILL  LIKE  OUR   GOODS"  -rrhrEi  0. K. Barber Shop  H. III-NDRICKSON,  Proprietor  Everything    new    and    up-to-date.  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent Insertion.  LOST���������������������������Gold chain bangle: be-:  tween Gainford Banch and Enderby. Finder kindly return lo  Walker Press and be rewarded.  'OR SALE���������������������������Pressed brick, common  brick, cement and lime. W. A.  Russell, Enderby.  MRS. PARADIS, Dress Making Parlor, Cliff street, second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices. Work promptly  executed.  FOR SALE���������������������������Ranch of 172 acres;  7 acres cleared: ������������������35.00 per acre;  frame house 10x2-1 and other  buildings; black loam bottomland  avcII timbered, sonic cedar. Will  talce as part payment town property. Apply, Jas. Ellison, Enderby  'STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND  J. C. Bolander, of New,Denver,  IB. C, is one of the best of story  tellers.      A quarter  of  a  century  ago, he was a well-known figure in  business    circles    of    the    Coeur  d'Alencs    and     Spokane.      About  that  time  he  and  his  good   wife  located in the SJocan.    He was at  New Denver when that silver-lead  mining camp was given its name,  and anyone who ever has been in  Ihe Slocan has had reason to recollect   "J.C."   and   can   recall   many  hours of pleasure spent with him  around the '-amp fire, in thc lodge  room,  or at his  hospitable home.  ".J.C."   has   been   a   resident   of  New    Denver     for    twenty-three  years.   At one lime when there was  a coal oil  famine and  tallow was  nol to be had, he was the proud  possessor of the only tallow-dip in  the   camp���������������������������and   it   was   made   by  -MrsrT3ol a ncl e i"ou t"o i ~bTrcon^gfease7  Only once  in  all  those  years did  Mr.   Bolander   venture  out   of  the  Slocan, and  al  that time he went  as far as Nelson.  Sonic few months ago, "J.C."  travelled. He went to Spokane.  Now Spokane is a city of some class  and the ladies dress���������������������������or undress���������������������������  as ..Daniel-Fashion.-.dictates. .iLwas  not surprising, therefore, that "J.C  noted some si range sights when he  landed at the metropolis of the inland empire.  "I slopped at the Pacific Hotel,"  says he in describing his experience. "Jt was new lo me that you  had lo carry your own cup to drink  water, etc. Well, lhat evening I  started lo the water-cooler with  some pills in my hand, which required���������������������������that is, the pills���������������������������water lo  wash them down; but when I found  the water, alas, there was no glass.  I noticed three ladies silling at a  desk nearby, and in front of one of  them, a lady about 50 years of age,  I noticed a glass tumbler. Thinks  I, you people have your nerve to  walk off with that glass, so 1  stepped up and said, "Excuse, me,  ladies, may I lake the glass."  "Cerlainly,'-' replied Ihe old lady,  "II is mine bul you arc welcome to  use 71."  It then .Hashed across my mind  about the sanitary business. I told  her she must excuse me, for I had l  not been in a city for twenty-three  years.  They then began to quiz.me, and  I played very green. They asked  me what I thought of the style of  the ladies' dresses. I replied, "I  don't think much of them. I saw a  lady this morning standing on the  corner waiting for a street car. I  thought at first it was a scare-crow  or a new-fangled tobacco stand  figure. Madam, her dress was that  tight at the bottom she could hardly  walk. I wondered how she could  get on thc car."  "Did you see her get on?" asked  one of the ladies.  "No," said I, "for an automobile  came along and hid the view."  "How do you think she got on,"  asked another.  "I don't know unless she turned  a hand-spring and landed feet  down in the car," was all the answer I could give.  COME, LAY IN A SUPPLY OF HARDWARE YOU WILL  NEED FOR HARVEST TIME WHILE YOU HAVE THE  TIME. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ON HAND A SUPPLY YOU  MAY KEEP A WHOLE CREW WAITING AND LOSE BOTH  TIME AND MONEY.  #  OUR HARDWARE WILL STAND THE HARD WEAR  OF HARVEST TIME.  Morrill Hardware Co., Ltd.  Successors to The Fulton Hardware Co.  <������������������k������������������:*.x~x..h������������������>*<������������������:^  The young ladies I was talking to  were as tightly hobbled as the one  I had seen on the street, and they  had a good laugh at my ignorance.  A good breath, rosy lips, white  teeth, a clear tongue, clear eyes;  these things mean bodily welt-being, then the ability to think clearly  anil act wiselyrtobl-patientrgehtle  and sympathelic, helpful���������������������������lovcablc  After having done some worthy  (\cq(\, don't stand around waiting  for somebody to pat you on the  back.  While discussing the matter of  civic improvement, why not put a  liltlc work on lhe City Hall grounds  ���������������������������at least keep down the weeds.  If you have started out to win,  leave croaking to the frogs.  ^Ve grow strong in the things we  exercise.  EVERYBOBY'S    DOING   IT!  DOING WHAT?  Getting their Suits cleaned and  pressed at  A. E. WESTS, TUc Enderby Tailor  Monthly Contracti a Specialty  V  Y  Y  v  ���������������������������  Y  ?  T  Y  Y.  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  *  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  ?  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  -Y-  y-  V  V  Y  Y  Y  V  Y  Y  V  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  y  Department Store  y  Y  y  ?  KEEP COOL   LJtjxms   Just arrived, a shipment of those popular, cool-fitting  MIDDY and BALKAN BLOUSES  the newest colorings and designs, in sizes 12 years up to  size 40.  BOYS  We are prepared to sell you a nice new suit of clothes-  something that will, keep you cool and look natty���������������������������  at the price that pleases Dad and Mother  MEN  Try a pair of our COOL  COMFORTABLE INVICTUS  SHOES, at the popular price, $5.00  And our Twentieth Century Clothes, the best yet, which are  selling at less than wholesale cost  COME AND SEE!  y  y  y  ���������������������������  t  y  Y  ���������������������������__���������������������������  Poison, Murrin <S Speers  Successors to Poison Mercantile Company  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  t  y  y  y  _.������������������������������������������������������._  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  Y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  Y  Y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  -*%.  i

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